Winter Haven daily news-chief
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 Material Information
Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00032
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Costellos Lose Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefThe Four Firemen

Bid For Swim

Hurt A t Scene

Class ApprovalThe City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The News-Chief Citrus Capital l Of The World

By BILL WATSON UI fighting the fire la Uw.

long toning controversyover PRICE FIVE CENTS Staff Writer basement
the legality of swimming VOL. 53-No. 87 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 1964 The Villas one of Polk Coun- lie managed to get outside

instruction in residential areas 't ty's mOlt elegant private clubs, by himself, but once la the
appeared to be closed with the at 1491 Sixth St. N.W., was destroyed open, collapsed and was given
S to 2 decision of the Winter In a devastating fire emergency treatment before aa
Haven Board of Adjustment ''j' 1i+ this morning that felled four ambulance could arrive to take
? !f'tt. S" 'y him to the hospital. He was admitted
yesterday: denying Mrs Ruth 't : firemen and threatened the adjoining
C Costello a license to teachIn ".' ..' '" ,, ...'!,..., ,, .. I Villa Rosa Court. as a precautionary measure

the family pool at 610 Ave. 4 :!."J< ":" 1, An anonymous telephone call .
Jim Wheatley and former Assistant
B, NE. ;i!. v Y..b reporting the fire was receivedat
Chief Bill Wolf
Voting against her petitionfor r the Central Station at 710.: were
a special approval which also overcome by smoke but
Fire and police units were Immediately
was required in order that a ;, ... rushed to the scene. both came back to aid the firefighting
I effort after routine
license could be Issued wereE.
The blaze according to fire-
1 checkups at the hoipiUL
U Schellenberg, Dan Cooper
men at the scene, seemed to be
board :.ti: Fred Roberts, another fireman
and Kenneth Schuli, a % i contained In the basement when
alternate serving in the absence 1 ,; was rushed to the hospital
they first arrived, but it spread
Meade. .f be around 11 o'clock. lie was
of Gordon :
Chairman George Partin Jr. i,, ., rapidly through the walls and believed to have had glass, in
r'' 1I' up under the tile roof. The
and Ralph Thompson were the 9w his eye After examination at
members voting for the special '. flames were not visible from the the hospital, he was released
approval.The ,i' outside until much later, and and aent home.

board voted on three JI the only Indication. of any fire At one time, in case of emergency
I at all the tremendous
other zoning petitions, turning was five ambulances were
down an application for a special .; .' ....\ ..Ji"I"fI amount of smoke billowing standing by
approval for a bar at ., 4t rw*,rd from the outside vents and win As firemen were held at bay

Dahl'.. a package store located 'ill't' down by the smoke and heat, the
Chuck Wagon .jfl' Once in the walls, the flames workedits
in the former blaze seldom visible
building on Eighth St.. NW but n. mushroomed through the many way through the frame
approving two others. They Ii.' vents and air passages work of the stucco-covered

were a Texaco service stationon ,' The smoke billowed!: Into the wood interior, and the heavy
Cypress Gardens Road at L sky and witnesses said It couldbe roof started to give way slowly -

10th St.. SE, requested by Per seen as far away as Auburn- It finally collapsed a few
ry D. Slocum owner of Slo- : fI -{ dale At one time it was so thickit minute before 11 o'clock.

rcum'i Water Gardens and the j completely engulfed the North- With seven line. of hose operating
C.MG. Corp., for a driveway gate Shopping Center parkinglot. from the front of the
In the rear of the Gender Clin one block south of the Villas building aeveral more were
The flames began to breakthrough brought In through a citrus
ic.The hearing in the Costello _d the roof around I o' grove In the rear .
case took two and a half hours, clock and the firemen, unable In addition to having an total
being adjourned at 12:30 p.m. to get Inside after the first few fire truck In service at
The board met again late in the minutes because of the heavy the scene, or laying hose nearby
afternoon and voted on the petitions. smoke, had to battle the blaze all volunteer as well as regular

from the grounds outside. firemen were called out.
This was the second time Over 5,000 feet of hose was In A large crowd numbering at
the board of adjustment has use at the peak of the fire-fighting one time In the neighborhood
turned down a Costello petition effort. of about 500, gathered to watch
the first being in October 1961. Answering calls for aid, dot- the spectacular fire
after Mr*. Costello had been ens of firemen responded from On band to serve hot coffeeto
erdered by the city to stop her ,the Lake Alfred' Fire Depart- the teamen us, the SalTStaon -
trimming lessona as the resultof tnent and Several Iron' llalnes .....rjnt's"' itytrgency relief
a protest by formers. City City, (wTAuburridal*. all f> *- unit nnder the direction of
Attorney Paul Hitter who lives log emergency kits and badly Cspt William Whittle and several
I aero** Sixth fit) from ttt Co- needed oxygen tanks volunteers
kilos Shortly before the blare
Three firemen
l were overcome
Subsequently an ordinance r ?) by the flames In the broke through the top of the
lea passed by the city commix holding, two motel guest from
early going when the fire was
ion which authorized swimming -- n k4'iIkII I- itlll confined Inside the walls Nebraska, were seen carrying
in private poolsin '
lessons = = of the building their belongings from their
residential zones, but last
: I Garland Prldgen, a regular room In armloads and piling
month the fireman was overcome by them on the asphalt behind
this ordinance on Kalogri- smoke around 1:11: when he (Continued On Page e Col. 1)
City Attorney Peter .
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 6)

Snively NamedTo Fire Apparently Originating In Cellar Mushroomed Through Walls of Stucco and From lading Troops Fight

'I I

Board At Pentagon Blasts Barry Mobs In Panamalater

BALBOA Canal Zone (UPI) today to consider ti Pus

Lake Region For Missile StatementWASHINGTON Heavy fighting broke out amanlsa charges. -

again today between rioting The US Army Panama Com,
i mand took over the Canal Zone
. .. Panamanian mob. and U, S. and Imposed m.rtlallaw, lorn
(UPI) Sea. out their mission, the defense *
Army t roo ps at the border borders were sealed and tone
Barry GoWwater "caught hell" chief said separating the Canal Zone from residents ordered to remain la
be would for The Democrats, who came to
II' be predicted Panama City. their homes. Outsiders'were

questioning the reliability of power claiming there was a About 300 rock throwing cleared from the ion*.

American missiles, but be may "missile gap" and found there Panamanians gathered on the Thursday .night's rtodax cU-
coaxed long *mouldering"Fana-
have opened up a major defense was none, have had to combat 4a Panama City side of the borderat manlan resentment over;:HIS.

issue for this election year. before now the contention that midday to attack American sovereignty In the Canal Zone.
the they are going too far too fast soldiers on the other aide The .
The issue I* whether I The specific cause of the blow.up
Democratic administration is in relying on missiles and de- soldiers used tear gas and rifle was the action of American
fire to the rioters la
much on emphasizing bombers. Concern 1 11t keep students in the In
putting too dependence A ti zone tearing
strategic missiles and lettingthe has been voiced by congressional ,/ 1 check. down a Panamanian flag put up
bomber forces run down in Democrats as well as Repub- Other street mobs attackedthe In front of the Balboa, high
U. -owned Tropical Radio
size without developing new licans. school ..
t types of manned strategic aircraft The Air Force In which Gold- office In downtown Panama City President Chlarl told aa
.tHARVEY served two near the 'plush Hotel Panama.
water recently I American broadcaster In a ra.
Defense Secretary Robert S, weeks on active duty has pronounced They previously attacked and dlo interview this morning that
McNamara cut loose a megaton feelings both that new destroyed the American-owned he wanted the US. Army to
blast at'Goldwater Thursday bomber-type planes should be I All America cables office. "retire" from the zone, Cbieri

shortly after the Republican ended a developed than and now that planned more shouldbe missiles 1r I Americans Panamanian off hoodlums the streets chased of (Contnlued on Page 6, CoTl)
B. SNIVELY JR. swing presidential in New Hampshire with bought It believes a "mix"of I Panama City, They turned over
the two will continue to be and burned more than 100 cars
The Lake Region Bank of the claim that US. intercontinental I Rotarians Hear
deterrent owned by Americans
rocket are "not dependable needed for a proper
Commerce has elected a citrus I ." force. I guished by U. S. license dlltlD'j

executive Harvey B. Snively McNamara accused the senator Part of the reason for urging Zone authorities at
board of directors 1 more missiles than McNamara' put the casualty toll since
Jr., to Its a reaerve Air Force major Talk By Doctor
for Is to Thursday night's outbreak of
He fills a vacancy created I general, of making a statement analysis calls
when his father, H B. (Pete) 1 that was "completely misleading be lure of compensating for savage street fighting at 14
Snively Sr., resigned recentlyfor politically irreponsible and whatever lack of reliability FIREMAN IS GIVEN OXYGEN AFTER IEING OVERCOME IY S.-fKI dead including three American Dr. Arthur 3. Moieley, M.D.
reason of healtth. The damaging to the national there should prove to be in war Garland Fridge Collapsed After Escaping from Basement soldiers and 224 Injured of talked to Rotarians yesterday
senior Suavely was one of the ity," There was no aecur-I How dependable today's missiles whom 34 were American troop.. noon on diseases of the heart
bank's organizers In 1958: the "false Implication" and for that matter bomber All of the American casualties His talk started with a film'
The younger Snively, who I. nation was unable to depend on may be Is a matter of Interpretation I Liquor Rumors To Be Checked By Officials were on the zone side of the border showing the action of the heart
40, serves as vice president and its long range missile to carry Not much Information and resulted from mob at and the various thing that caa
production manager of the Lake I is given to the public on lacks American authorities happen.
Hamilton Co-op, and Is secretary I this point. The Polk County Grand Jury vestigation of all successful ap Richard Kestmg. beverage said I Studies showed that two and
of Lake Hamilton Concentrate j The customary practice I I. to will Investigate rumor of Irregularities plicants. director mill be asked by DarI Panamanians claimed manyof I a half times as many peopledie
at Barlow. 1 4 1 Snively Votes say for example, that there are in the issuance of Frank Wolfe, Cocoa Beach I (Contnlued on Pare (, Col S) their Injured here and in from blood vessel trouble

Raised in Winter Haven, Sni now 531 Air Force interconti- liquor licenses la the county attorney, told members of the Colon suffered bayonet wounds. a* do from cancer Last year
vely was educated In local nental missiles and 176 Navy Fruit There was DO way to check the tome SJO.OOO died from coronary -
the Shipments
organization seeking revocation -
despite the fact State Attorney "
claim. thrombosis aid Dr..
schools and the University of I submarine-carried Polaris mix of some license lilt
Florida, where be was graduated Against Union silos "operational" Glen Dsrty has laid no evidence Tuesday night that he had com- Daily csrloadings In boxes The anti-American rioting resumed Moseley
with a degree in agri This does not mean however of wrongdoing has been pleted his investigation and from the Fruit and Vegetable just before dawn with a Quoting from statistics made
culture. I that la total war the United uncovered. would turn dossier on all suecesaful Inspection Division: I I mob attack on the U. S. embassy from a study at Frsmingham
For the third time In 10
year rail 1,510 grapefruit 1365 In Panama Other riots Mass, in 1962. it showed that
By City
could send
His military record Includes the workers at Snively Groves 1 States at once 707 Darty, along with Gordon applicants to Dart).
Air missile hurtling down targets oranges 2,149 tangerines, 2244 were reported elsewhere In the most heart trouble stem from
three years ai aa Force Division of the Eloise Groves on MscCalla county prosecutor lie did not reveal whether he
obesity chick in turn will
temples by bout 914 grapefruit republic Including Colon. cause
officer. Association have voted not to and agents of the beverage de- had uncovered any evidence ;
Snively II a member of the Join a union.A Allowance must be made for partment have been conducting that would warrant grand Jury six orange., by truck, 3247 President Robert F Chlarl high blood pressure and In most
:Rotary Club Elk Lodge FrierooNichols move to organize these the fact that two-thirds, not all, an Investigation of slleged action but did hint that there grapefruit 15,295 orange., 5.762 denounced Thursday night what cases high cholesterol but excessive -
Post of the American workers in the United SteelWorker of the Polaris subs usually are Influence peddling and other report was possibly enough evidenceto tangerines, 6,427 temples, total he termed American "aggres fatness can be a major
factor of the
Legion! and the First Presbyterian Union was defeated on station in the ocean depth of Irregularities since get indictment against two 42.too grapefruit 23.866 oranges sion" and suspended diplomatic regardless. .otherelements

Church. here yesterday, by a vote of 639 sod ready to fire their rocket the license were Issued last successful applicant. 7,'10 tangerines 8(73 templesfor '1 relations with Washington. In discussing the problemsJiat
His wife II the former Mary to 487.J. Allowance must be made too November Dirty said that the liquor license a hhipping total of 83,923 Chlari called on the Security might affect heart trouble
Ana Scbock and they have four T Griffith, general manager I for the new missiles out of com In addition to their investigation squabble in Polk County boxes. Council of the United Nations the matter of smoking plainlyshows
8 mission for maintenance 2 would be aired before the Cannery receIp1ar 61666 and the Organization of American
children Patty, 12; Pete ; of the Eloise Grove Association lay an attorney and private that a* there I il Increased -
Nancy 8, and Meg S. They re- announced the outcome or t per cent hi the case of detective retained by the Restaurant grand Jury on Jan. 22-23 and grapefruit, 212,949 oranges 14- States (OAS) to meet to smoking the higher!
aide at 94 West Lake Otis of the voting He said 1, Polaris and up to about It percent and Tavern Owner Association anyone having complaints may 439 tangerine for a cannery j I hear Panamanian complaint.
Drive that 1426 of lA eligible voted. I I for the landbaied type. baa conducted an in j appear before that body. i I total of 289,0$&. boxes. I IThe I OAS council was to meet (Continued On Page 6 Cot. 2)'




Surgeons Perform PONYTAIL"A I You, Your Child And SchoolBy I College Slates

DAVID NTDICKfPI Teachers can ten parents that

Code Education Specialist these occur with many of their Winter SessionThe
Kidney TransplantDENVER Children tint entering school students even In the third grade

have a whole new world before They happen leas and less as
Feeling there Is a need for : develop and Winter Haven Bnsinwi
them. They are widely curious the children grow.
I :county-wide electrical code I (UPI) A history.making orado team of doctors was preparing I pamphletsand College will open ita winter
and inspection, the Polk County and ready to discover many There are many term Monday Jan. 13, Mrs
team of Denver for its second baboon
Chapter of the Florida Association surgeons I new activities, friends, etc. This books available from government Lee Morgan, director, reports,
of Electrical Contractors announced Wednesdaythey kidney transplant to the 40-year- ii truly a growth time. Parents and commercial sources In the short three-year his.lory .

last evening Invited electrical had performed their third old man, Davis died In New Orleans will be fascinated by the enthusiasm which describe normal actions of the college, more than
Inspectors of various animal.to-human dual kidney of pneumonia. I at various ages. Parents 250 graduates have been placed
PoUC cities to a meeting fora transplant the second such operation of their child'l stories who have doubts should read In positions by the school
discussion of the best way thla week. and conversations about their these. Remember to be eau The college offers training la
to arrive at this end. Sorosis Club many new experience tious. No child should be expect. most business courses Including
Harold Wilson of Wilson Electrical The pioneering tram of surgeons Parent have been the center ed to conform to the exact standards secretarial, accounting,
Co. of Lakeland based at the Colorado IBM keypunch, business .
presided Hears Talk By of the child'l life up to this of the average child described administration
and though no concrete General and Veteran's AdminIstration la these writings. These and executive seer*.
tliaiwere worked out, the contractors hospitals, said an three LWV President the point.child Their widen new his Job world.la to There help writings usually emphasize' : ID tan al.
determined A high school diploma la
are to An additional caution re.
patients were In good or satisFactory age range.
will be a need for a treat
bring about the county-wide Last night Zrt. James L. la the realization that Isolated quired for diploma courses, but
Honing and Inspection condition.The of support This age child may there are subjects available for
Yount president of the Leagueof events can happen at any time.
be somewhat confused. He wants
latest patient. Identified school graduate
Twenty-one electrical contractors become do non-high
Only if they regular
Women Voters of Winter Haven
but be la not
attended the steak dinnerat only as a year-old boy, re Independence sure they then deserve serious atten- Upon completion of a course
Moose, Lodge on Havendale spoke before the Sorosis be wants to leave the securityof in which college level books are
ceived two kidneys from a baboon tion and investigation.
ptvd, and their eight guests Club of Auburadale, in the being a baby. He may fallback used, a diploma la awarded
Safety is a major concern
Wednesday during a six into some of his baby ac I and night
were Inspectors Frank Smith Tampa Leisure Room, taking for children of this age. The inevitable day courset
tour at Colorado General. tlvitlds.
Balnea City; John Newbern, a* her subject "Open the Doorto bruises and scratches are taught.
Aobundale Doctors would not releaseadditional The parent should not be surprised
; Earle WarreD be avoided. A broken
Politics.. cannot
) identification or details if be wants to act self
Winter Haven DUNDEEMrs.
; L. E. Hatless
iwI.Z.rl: of the case While the League of Women sufficient In front of others and bone Is fairly common. Propercare
Middleton, Bartow; A 40 year old man received Voters is non.partisan, never GALLON of prevention is worth TANKFULof demand help when others are after the accident shouldbe Bill Ivey la borne from
Ceorge Slemer, Lake Alfred Md., where she
; stressed. This is the best Baltimore, uncalled
two baboon kidneys Monday be
The can
care not parent
and H. E. Rowlett and Roney supporting or opposing any candidate present. way to avoid serious complications. yy death of an uncle.
and a year-old man who I most helpful by going along with
Morgan, Lakeland. underwent a similar operation or political party, it believes his desires. He will need reassurance I Mra. Ivey visited her grand
I Dec. 20 were reported doing that politics Is every especially at times Parents and children should' parents, Mr and Mra. E. S.
Church Of GadAnniversary I, "very well" by a hospital body's business. In her talk when he falls to accomplish a understand that one Individual Hines, while in Baltimore.Mr. .
spokesman.The Mra. Yount pointed out several Teen Center Slates HuntThe task by himself. Failure la a cannot: do aa well aa everyoneIn and Mra. Toy Ivey and
operation Wednesday was areas of carrying out one's poUt valuable experience. Let him everything and they cannot son Allen, accompanied by Hugh
the fifth animal.to.human kidney tical responsibility: a* an individual know that all attempts do not be liked by everyone. These Ivey, visited during the week.
aa a worker in the party early can be exciting and end with another brother and
transplant known. The other Junior Teen Council of have to be successful. He need yurt
point no later than I The
two patients, both operatedon of one' choice, and a* a p.m. not be embarrassed or frus nterestlng If understanding and family, Mr and Mra. Hubert
In New Orleans, died. member of the League of Women the Teen Center baa scheduled team that returns first with trated. patience are practiced. Ivey and Ion of Tampa.

The Winter Haven Church of The fi rat o f th e p ve' a _,,"VIII-__ Voters. The League en- I Scavenger Hunt for teenagers each item on their list will be It Is Important for parents to
::Cod 67S Ave. E, SW, will observe an, received the kidneys of I'' couragea its members to workIn tonight at the Teen Center. The declared the winner. realize their child's activities, For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139
Its seventh anniversary I rhesus monkey Oct. 8. The kidneys a political party (except ita hunt will begin at T:30. Immediately following the difficulties, and attitudes are
officers, who must refrain from
Sunday.A ceased to function, bow-
Participant win be aaslgned hunt refreshments similar to other children of the
. special message will be delivered ever, and had to be removed.She partisan political activity whileIn scavenger .
' at the 11 o'clock ser died later office); and through League to teams. Each team will leave will be served by the officers same age. A five- or year-

vice: by a visiting minister. An The second patient, also In membership, member may from the Center at T.45: with and representatives of the Teen old not who unusual has a temper as long tantrumIs as the
.old fashioned dinner will be New Orleans, was 44-year-old gain information as to the op. a list of Items to bring back Council.
served at noon in the church Jefferson Davis, a dock worker. eration of government at all with their All occurrence does not develop a Bagwell Building Supply IJfI:;d.g.THAT'S .
dining hall. levels :Including the structureof group. groups The evening will be concluded regular pattern. What about
The church has grown from transplant Davla spurred medicine the after hopes receiving of- political parties. must return to the starting with dancing to recorda. I tears and thumb sucking I

''I small beginning to a very active two kidney from a 90-
thriving and growing pound chimpanzee Nov. S and Dr. Hendricks
church in the past seven ,.arl. recovering enough to leave the
The membership has increased hospital by the end of Decem Speaks At OcalaDr.
IT per cent in the last three

months under the leadership of ber.But Monday, Just as the Col. J. K. Hendrick of Winter
the present pastor, the Rev
Kelvin A. Gifford Haven, co-chairman of the ,

The public la Invited to attend Florida Chiropractic Assocla
the aervlcea. The Sunday Area Death lion was invited guest and
School under the direction of speaker at a meeting of the '
J. C. Danner and L. E. Hig- Central Florida Claimamen Association w ,S
don, will begin at 10 o'clock. CHARLES ELMER SCHWARZ Thursday (Jan 9)) at

The evening service will beginat Charles Elmer Schwarz Ocala. Ir
78, Dr. Hendricks. joined by Dr. r r ,4a x y a c, #
7. The pastor will deliverthe of 1710 20th St., Vero Beach, ,
E. C. Williams of Lakeland and
evening message.Funerals. died
suddenly yesterday while
Dr. Clayton E. Hawk of Gainesville
visiting In Winter Haven.A said the session was designed .
native of Canton Ohio, he to give the CFCA general
moved to Vero Beach from Information about chiropractic s,4&a RIGHT FOLKS .
Canton, Ohio. He was the chief and to "lay the groundworkfor
MRS. LUCILLE'U CHITS bookkeeper of Luntt Scrap iron
Improved Inter-prof..1oDa1
Funeral service for Mr*. Lucille and Steel Company In Canton relationa" .. 4. We've been serving delicious, "FingerLlckln'
L Glllla, 44, of Lake Ham. prior to moving to Vero Beach. The Florida Chiropractic Asaoclatlon :e.
ilton Boulevard, Eastwood, He was a member of the First la composed of 550 Good" KY. FRIED CHICKEN
Winter Haven who died Thursday Presbyterian Church of Vero members from every section of
after a long Illness, will Beach, and a member of the the state. Now for. over a year. We think this
be held tomorrow afternoon at F. and A. M. Blue Lodge 60.
a at the Crisp Funeral Chapel I Canton, Ohio, and a 12nd De.pee North American Hospitality dish has
with the Rev. Preston Edward Scottish RiU.He Dundee

*, pastor of Blessed Assure I 1* survived by his widow, Mrs. M. M. Griffey Is convalescing been the delight of many a family In
ance Temple of Bartow will of
Mrs. Grace Schwarz of Vero home "
at following
ficiate. Burial will follow In Beach; two sons, the Rev. r this area.
treatment in Winter Haven
in Bartow. ,
Wildwood Cemetery Lawrence Schwari of Wlnnetka -

Frlenda may call at the residence 111., and the Rev. Glenn Hospital.J.. H. .McKown Is home from Now, we Invite everyone to our
tonight from S to .. Schwari of Mass.
; Houston, Tex., where he ,Ia.
MRS. MART E. MAT two daughters, Mra Blanche Ited during the holidays with S Big Anniversary celebration to enjoy
Funeral services for Mrs. Moushey of Canton, Ohio, and his son.In.law and daughter '
Mary Elizabeth (Miller) Mays, Mra. Catherine DePew of Dr. and Mrs. Jim Barkley and c $ delicious Kentucky Fried Chicken at

of 222 Ninth St., SE, who died Huntsville, Ala; nine grandchildren sons, Tom and Tim. .
at her residence Wednesday ; and six great-rand- Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. our Special Anniversary Price.

morning will be held from the children. D. E. Ogle on Sunday were
Laughlln Chapel at 10:30: tomorrow Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home Is her brother and sister.In.law,
morning with the Rev, In charge of local arrangement. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lou and ..Nee ee...
Leo F, King, pastor of Bey. laughter Barbara, of Orlando. ...' .....
mer Memorial Methodist CRASHING BOARPERPIGNAN Recent guests of Mr and Mra. ;a" ---

Church, officiating. Burial will France (UPI) James Duncan and family werea Ktb fr!!' e'eJda
follow In Lakeside Memorial -A wild boar walked onto the nephew and wife, Mr, and .. ,
Park; Pallbearers will be Olin field during a recent rugby ilrs. Larry Sanders of Ozark, ... '..,......, .
WUkerson, R. R. Mays, Tom match here and broke up the Ala; also Mr. Duncan's brother ee.. ...e
Turnbull, Robert Cooper, aU of lame until a spectator rushed and .1.ter.ln.l.w, Mr. and .....
Winter Haven, and W. B. Thorn home, got nil rifle and shot the Mra. Thomas Watson Duncanof :
ton 6r. of Lakeland. Intruder Tampa.

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6t Friday, January: 10, '1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF -WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Paqs 1hr*e


, Planning Board | The Weather--Local State And National ]I Ith Bank ElectsDirectors

II Hires Firm To 7
,; .J ,I, : '


IIILI.et. Prepare MapsThe I O y M M'O' a1PAID At Lake AlfredSeven

in.m.. ,
Polk Planning Board decided ., 1 directors were elected
I S' M
'iiY at the annual stockholders meet-
to hire Lakeland R
yesterday a Ing of the Bank of lake Alfred
eed firm to draw up a proposed :: wV yesterday
% '
zoning plan for unincorporated Elected to the board were

' laud area of the county, Charles W. Adams, prominentlocal

> 'The Levie D. Smith and Sons citrus grower; George E.

"I.iin.. firm agreed to prepare the land'' Gardner, local real estate broker
4fe 7R11 and investor; Bob T Reynolds r!
: we maps and other related '
444y associated with Adams
r.J't.. work for $20,500. e Groves; John M. Kuder, a citrus .
but 'The Smith firm will have to II( feed manufacturer and developer

for work with a professional plan. of Kuder Citrus Feed

nine consultant who will ad. Company; L. L. Johnson executive
vice president of the
rssare vise the firm and review their
Bank of Lake Alfred and assistant
work from time to time. ., FAIg ?
I "" t
'I'r.,( trust officer of the Bankof
No consultant has been retain.
seton .7KtiNa/N".r0/ ) bDi 4! Melbourne and Trust Com
ed aa yet. Dr. Ernest Bartlet, w
i \1' 1 0 pany; Dallas E. Loop secretarytreasurer
a University of Florida profesaor ; 'I > A S
of the McNulty
who also I
serves aa a
professional N.W
Group of Banks and In Haines
consultant, has offer ,"' '' ,*,.'f; ",; .. t City; and T. E. Tucker chairman
ed his services.Wallace .
,; 'fl 'oj\
; of tie McNulty Group of
'. ,
ell Storey, planning -- -- -j----- .. 4' .e:
Banks and president of the
'1e. board chairman said that Le-
SHOWERS-The Pacific coast fair weather Bank of Lake Alfred.
vie D. Smith and Sons are primarily SNOW AND THUNDER experience
nd.S.. appraisers. Several of while snow II forecast for the Appalachians, the Great Lakes Region Snow II also fora The annual report of the opferationa ----

the board members who visit. cast for some sections of the Rockies and northern portions of the nation Thunder Ihow.en of the Bank of Lake BANK DIRECTORS-Seven directors of the Bank of Lake Alfred were elected at

lndIch ed the Smith firm said that are forecast for some portions of the fu W.st. Alfred was.. given! by Johnson. the annual stockholders meeting y..terday. Front row from left; Dallas E. Loop, T G, E, I

they are satisfied with the experience LOCAL OUTLOOK He slated "our DanK, although Tucker, and Bob T, Reynolds. Back row from left Charles W Adams George E. Gardner .
et. ability and facilities Florida Zones Five Day ForecastFive facing increased competitionand John M. Kuder and Lee Johnson
end offered. One board member, Partly cloudy through tomor. decreased Industrial activity -- -
-- -- --
'art Charles Whidden said that the Panhandle day forecast for peninsular row. Much cooler with high today In the area, has made

firm known "every foot of the Fair and rather cold today Florida for period begin near 70, low tonight In40's. substantial gains In deposits wg
county." ning T p.m. tonight and ending over the past 12 months"Deposits Engineer GroupThe Plans Dinnerthe lEi I
and tonight. Partly cloudy and Northwest winds IS to 22 I
The county commissioners : 7 p.m. Wednesday: of the bank Increased Challis Marshall
will have to approve the actual warmer Saturday. High today In Temperatures through Wed miles per hour, diminishing to. approximately $600,000

hiring of the firm. They will be the M's, low tonight 28 to 38. nesday are expected to average night. Small craft warnings on and overall totals for the bank Florida West Coast Chap. current award la Joseph B. far all war

asked to do this at their Tuesday Scattered frost. Small craft near normal Normal lows and coast north of Punta Gorda will Increased about $1 million. He I ter of the American Instituteof McLcod of Tampa. AUTO UAn ,h1Y

] meeting. warnings displayed but will be highs range from 45 and 85 probably be lowered Friday said "We at the Bank of Lake Engineers will celebrate its The evening will begin witha LIFE

The commissioners have lowered early this morning. extreme north to 60 and 78 in afternoon.Temperatures. Alfred look to the year 1964 asa fifth anniversary Monday with sorlal hour at 8:15: dinner at 6 FIRE C74:)
budgeted $25,000 for the preparation Northerly winds 15 to 25 miles the extreme south portion. Rain year of continued growth and a dinner meeting in Tampa. T and the program at 8 In the 'Iniuraeee
of the toning plan. If' per hour, diminishing today and during the period is expected to progress both for our town our The will Venetian Room of the Florida a
approved, work will probably becoming variable 8 to It miles total about one half Inch In most country our county and the meeting a Motor Hotel, BOS Florida Ave., Needs
begin In a couple of weeks. I i per hour tonight and southerly sections with the greatest likelihood state. There are Indications of top management panel! featuring Tampa. 251 Magnolia Ave., S.W.

Jvlo date has been set for S to 18 miles per hour Saturday of ram Saturday or Sunday another progressive year for Dr. John S. Allen, president Anyone Interested In attending Aeraii from licking* link
completion but professional North South Florida and Sundayor By United Press InternationalLow our bank." University of South Florida the meeting should phone
planners estimate It will take I Fair through Saturday. Colder Monday in North Florida. High The officers and directors of ; Fischer S. Black, executive Don McCraney at Bsrtow; S3J- Phone 294.4256
18 months to prepare a good In commended 1121, extension 251.
today and tonight High the bank were by
toning plan. Albuquerque .. ..... 12 31 vice president, Tampa
1 SO's, low In 30's with frost. the stockholders for their progress
After the plan Is completed Northwest winds 15 to 20 miles Hospital News Atlanta ......... 27 57 during 1963. Electric Company; Maywood

it will be submitted to the county i per hour, diminishing tonight. THURSDAY'S Birmingham .......24 59 W. Chesson Jr.. plant manager ,6iucipuS OPiH
commission and then the Small craft warnings on coast ADMISSIONS Boston ............, 37 40 Brewster Plant American ;
voters for approval. will\ probably be lowered Fri Winter Haven Chicago ............10 38 DundeeVisiting I Cynamld Co.; Lt. Gen. Bruce BAR-B-9 SPARERIBS

I day forenoon. Cleveland ......... 10 48 during the holidays K. Holloway, deputy Commander -
STATUS Central Master Eric Reints William Denver ............ 14 42 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. In Chief, U.S. Strike Command Served with
STANFORD Calif. (UPI-A Partly cloudy through Satur. Reints. Master JosephS. Detroit .. .......... 14 40 John Callaway were their sonIn MacDill Air Forre Base; Isr-b-qleani,
sociological I study shows Stan I cooler with high today Gibson. Miss Elizabeth C. Jacksonville .. .. and and Howard L. Shannon core
day. Much 45 74 law and daughter, Mr. SataeMUlU and luff r.
ford University students from near 70, low tonight In 40's. Hardy, Master William A. Kansas City........ 18 33 Mrs. J. L. Gates and children, porate vice president and division
lower Income families do well Hard, Baby Tommy D. Le- manager, FMC Corporation.
Northwest winds 15 to 22 miles Los Angeles .,....... 45 66 Kathy and David cf Pascogoeda. '
academically but remain .0- : diminishing tonight. may, Mlsa Laurie L. Yates, . .. Bill Scott president of SATURDAY
per hour, Miami .... .89 80 Miss.; a son, Pvt. Hartstone
cial outsiders" while Master Dennis K. Si Mrs. Concrete Products
attendingthe ; mo,
Small craft warnings on coast Miami Beach ....... 70 78 Charles E. Callaway of Fort
school Richard A. Gorcon Mrs. Company, Inc., will act at moderator
I north of Punta Gorda will probably Twin Cities ........ .. 19 Hancock N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. .
E. Tillman, Ronald L.
be lowered Friday fore. Clyde Cundiff Mrs John W Har- New Orleans ..... ... 39 69 J. W. Callaway and children, Panel members will discussthe
t New York .... .....
noon. 40 50 Dennis and Danny of Eagle most pressing managerial
OPEN 1:45 P.M. DAILY C. Beams
beson Mrs. W.
: ,
i SouthConsiderable Orlando ........ .
&8 13 Lake Mr. and Mra. G. H.Callaway
? problems now facing their or
Mrs. Ollie J. Clark Jr., Harold
Continuous from 2 P.M. I
cloudiness Philadelphia .... .. 37 55 I and family of Winter ganizations. There will also be ,
E. Graber Elton E. Me.
CMtimws tact SUN..ed Soon 1 SAT.P.M. through Saturday Chance Much of Kenzie. Mrs. Veda M. Smith Phoenix ............28 55 Haven; and Mr. and Mrs. a question and answer period LIGGETROVCHTON::::
some rain Saturday. Raleigh .,.......... 36 52 Wilmer Hatcher of Columbus, Included In the program will
cooler with high today In low Mrs. Anthony A. Jeslonek St. Louis . ......., 13 37 be the presentation of the chap
'10'", low tonight In SO'". North Mrs. Jeanne G. Cronmiller San Francisco....., 48 56 Ga.Mrs.. B. W. Ogle Is here from ter's first trimester award of'' .

IIIBJSUNDAY west winds IS to 22 miles per Wells Donald.Stanley, Mrs. EU Mc Seattle 'oo ,......... 36 40 Springhead for a visit with her $100 for excellence in NO TH GA t& SHOPPING tNTEI\\.

hour diminishing tonight. Barlow Tampa . ........ 54 75 son and daughter-In, Mr. engineering studies at Industrial// .,
Keys Washington ......, 36 SI I and Mrs. D. E. Ogle. 'versity of Florida.
thru TUESDAY Cloudy and cooler through< Baby Gary Foust.
Big Double Saturday. High In low '10'., low Lake Wale ----==-=--- =-=:-_=-_ __ __ _-= -! = j -
Feature Program tonight near 80. Chance of some Master Danny Ard, Walter
,., Tile rain. Northwest winds 15 to 22 Petronis.

Eittlr Family miles per hour, becoming north Dundee
ATHoI'mDTHRIIU 10 to 15 miles per hour Satur Mrs. George W. Thompson.Lake .

TAMP ETHESfRCollia day. Patrick D. Alfred Levell. FALL

Alerman Denied Larry J.Eagle Miller.Lake

Plea To Have Mrs. Frank Halnes M.City Gill.Waverly Sale

Charges Vacated H. E. Dampier. abrics

A former Polk deputy sheriff DISMISSALSWinter !

has lost out in a bid to have Haven

bribery charges against him .
Mrs. Gordon Bennett Harold
dropped. J. Bushey, Ronald L.
nCHNICOlOR' Criminal Court Judge Roy Cundiff Mrs. A. J. Fischer
Amidon has denied a motion to
Mrs. James C. Hattaway.
ALSO quash the charges filed against Mrs. Ronald Houston Ells '
Alderman last Cottons and Cotton Satins
John Warner
worth, Melissa and AndrewP.
I'w1 D1 IE VGHIIlG! October by the grand Jury Ireland Jr., Mrs. Billy

3' Alderman la scheduled to be Polk Mrs. Nell Porter, Mrs. 36 to 45 { i
1 tried Jan. 16. His motion to Ronald C. Rackley, CliffordI. a toWide
z'v quash has been postponedtwice. Sherman Master Bryan K. '
11 Swain, John E. Thompson, nthes66C w r', ,4
member of
Alderman was a
Master Richard Whited.
the sheriff's department vice Lake Alfred Reg. 99c

squad. He resigned after ad. Homer J. Abney. Yard
mitting accepting $100 from an Davenport NOW
and offerIng -
unidentified person Master Curtis Beaton.
part of this money to another
Anburndale /
according to Sheriff .
deputy 4
Monroe Brannen. Mrs. James Lee Crane and GROUP 2: e
Infant son, Shelby E. Hart,
-- Mrs. L. D. Kelley, Mrs. Rich. Dacron and Cotton 4
TONITE IS THE NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! ard L. Robinson and Infantson -' ; '

Mrs. James D, Sheffield 'fir : 0 J b 1

OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. and Brandon Infant aon. Imported Cottons % r 4Q'

SUNDAY and SATURDAY John C. Rasor and Infantson.

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Winter Haven Daily News.Chief I Letters To The Editor. I Washington AlmanacBy

W. I. RYNIKSON iJU..PvIH.l..c, Alert

JOHN W. KYNiKSON. A..'..... f. the Phtts".* Project
Dear EditorlI of truth and reason are the United Frees InterudaaeJ

uhlUh..1 I w.lly' (.n.p$ S.turw.y) by 0.. Winter 'Han* wad with Interest the I rtI. very onea that need to examine Window Today Is Friday Jan. In
Pukllihi e C*.. lit*. ll Ir4 Itr** N.W.. Wl tr Ht.... 'UrUe By MAJOR AL LONG USAR Ret the
cIa of Bob DUg In the News- their consciousness for unconscious tenth day of 1984 with Kt fc'
CHARLES 60SHORN 6.fl.rl, MaasAu..a. Chief of Jan. I. It ii evident distortion that has By LYLE C. WILSON Analyst

that he Ii interested and given trapped their logic and placed United Pnrii International I follow.
JACK ItAHAN annie thought to his responsibility them In bondage to error. It President Johnson says h. Our cause: Economical, politl the U N. Charter will continueto The moon II approaching Ju.

PETER J. SULLIVAN Mv.rtht.q M...,., to his country and aocoety. ii this prejudice and resentment cal ind religious freedom. go along life's highways con new phase
I However I would like to meant It when b. promliedeirry to tented that some one else cm
that baa victimized
our stars
ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE1l Our motto: It Ii proper to take The evening are Vnraa
NATIONAL call John T. Kennedy the responsibilities of
attention to a few things and closed on carry
.....l I A...tl.t... "In*. CkIi.i*. III. that may have escaped his at- minds population to the pleadings of truth.our legislative program with ipeUl alarm at the first experiment trying to keep the readers and Jupiter and Saturn.Revolutionary .

E,+.,.* n Se...** cr... Mttl MHr $..t. t, ltJ4 at the 'ot Off!.. tention. "Ignorance 1 I. still the world emphasis on civil rlghti. on our liberties. THINKERS informed ai to how War hero Eth.
I I. WI.$., H..... FUrld. .*..*, ... .f Mirth 2, 117 It would be courtesy to apologize greatest problem and my own He iiId It moat emphatically DEBATE ON THE tome people think ind act when 10 Allen wii born on thii
to Major Long and Representative is the most troublesome of all'' : Wednesday it the bottom of UNITED NATIONS the safety of their country isIs day In 1737

Mattox ai well at Repeat that until you get Its pit six of hit State of the VD' the balance. (Thanks to
: \ MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU the reading public for the dirty implication. Ion message to the Congrei Alan Courtney presents a "Todayi World" a weekly !In On this diy la history

.. OF CIRCULATIONS insinuation he made In the introduction Now to the quoted word 'mI- By now the word must be mo radio program from Miami, Miami, for the quotes) In 1861, Florida acceded from

.... to his dissertation.la Hunt"' I like that word. It log through the South that Florida He tells of a recent the Union.In .

the interest of good fellow. wii applied to the Christians "mebbe Lyndon iln't gonni I b. debate over nil station 1870, John D. Rockefeller
MEMIER ship why cin't we keep the of the first And wit Quote: "A recent debate on Standard Oil
Active M.", ", UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL century ii easy on ui n we thought About People Incorporated Com
diicusiloo of our differences on that association In mind dont Johnion'i committedhim my radio program featured severil < Cleveland with
message in I |-
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tilt Unto Pr... I. .MIHU, t. th. ui* piny capital !
a Christian level? We hear you believe that the problemsof without qualification-with. speakers for and againstthe of II million.In .
ASSOCIATION fr ,,*uUI,.+ .,, .f all U il *ws .
.d I I. this ..w..p.r II well as all flt.! much today of the emotionalism today need some of their out my avenue of retreit-to I United Nations I found It 1917, frontier scout "But

IU4 News Dli,*$cIws. that breed bite sod resentment zeal and enthuHismf These 1984 civil righti bill to abolish most enlightening.I And ThingsAERIAL fate\ Bill" Cody died.

among Individual early Christiana were Inspired not merely ome but ALL ci- learned the startling news In 1948, delegates of 51 ni-
ADVERTISING DEADLINE and groups in our nition I fear and devoted to a cause Indev.n elil dlicrlmlnition. That means that anyone who ti severely tions convened In London for
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENTs that Mr. DiI,', appraisal of the to Christ Himself. critical of the U. N. or opposed TROOPERS
t. W.rw-1 I P M. Day. ly th. Inehi I P.M. PrtvUui D.y more accommodation In pub 11 1 aplaces. the first session of the United
ly : : competency of these two gentlemen The crisis of this hour demands to It, shows algni of ANCHORAGE Alaska (UPI)
L.,*l ... I ;.M. >*vlus Day. Junt.y %* DeadlIest Frld.y Moreover, Johnson said Nations General Assembly.
based "mental Illness! So help me
wii more on no less of us. We need what
DISPLAY OEPARTMENTi this wii I morel Inue. There Alaska State Troopers
._I P M. Tnur.y Mn.y Mitl.n I P M. FrU.yt emotion thin rea 1011. Think It they hid without which we thit'i whit the PROFESSOR
SUfl..y | ii of
no area compromise on a almost! half ai much by air in A thought for the day-US.
Tuesday Hit!.*-N*** Sttur.tyt Wtt'n.i.ty, Thursday ..4 Friday will go down in defeat. If they moral tiiue. The South' first said. He said many other brilliant Justice Oliver Wendell
Adv. .... over.Major Long in his seventies, things but this one rates performance of their duties as Holmes
Edit!** -I P M. Tw Dart I I. had not wilted the ten diyt U.S. president In more thin 100
said "Taxes ire whit
retired la a member of the to get the Holy Spirit they a Nobel peace prize. by land They flew 20,700 milesIn : we pay
I "
M.mh.r $*,th.r* Nawspapar, Publlihtn Aiicttitl and years It firmly committed now for civilized society
National Safety Council : of Alter hearing the professor
M.mb.r Fl.rld. ,.... Aiit.l.tlt* would not b. heard today. to in ill-out congressional bat- one month recently, and
32nd degree Mason. He served The problems of the world sound off, I im indeed happy
tie for in shout civil right drove 44,158 miles. From The News
his la three with them that escsped the relulrements Quotes
TELEPHONE CY*.*.. I-iltl country wars would have overwhelmed my sons
12 T ur, of service on foreign it it will ui today unless we bill to which he may expect IU to suffer such pro CRe,. U.S Pit Off)

soil st took him to France, hive Divine guidmce. out Southern opposition. found nonsense. GOOD OLD DAYS By United Press International,

Germany, Turkey, Thailand Let ui deal with one more These facts ire likely to I learned that the real enemies SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) WASHINGTON Republicanstional

A Thought For Today and Korea, where he was a quotation: "Is it not true that come is in unhappy surprise of the United Nationsare Windshield wipers on automobiles < Chairman William E.

major in the military Corpsof Christ cime not with a sword to many white Southerner not the Reds, but the "Ra used to be simple devices Miller on President Johnson'i

Engineers. In his study of but In humility?" This cm be Perhaps not typical of the dical Right Win," and the i rubber blade operated by i State of the Union menage:

"Let your moderation bt known unto all men. The indent history ind archaeologyhe accepted with some reserva South but surely of great polit Blrchltes For this precious bit. wooden handle which wis arched "Not unexpectedly, the Democrats .

explored Cambodia, Burma, tion. Humility does not denote cal significance was i yeir.em of Information I im griteful back: and forth either by the ire promising more gov.
Lord it ai hand. Phil 4:5 Syria, Egypt and Lebanon. He a compromising attitude Christ editorial In the Cuero (Tex.) Now I know who to fight After drlver'i free hind, or m obliging ernment goodies at bargain

The expectation of our Lord'a coming at any timeought la an astute authority on the Jesus was not a compromiser. record which appeared uDder I' ill wisn't It the Blrchltes: passenger. basement prices"

to moderation of living desire of earth. ancient Peruvian civilization of Satan found that out soon after the signature of publisher Jack ind the "Radical Right" that

produce the Western World ll well n ......5_ .u...... ......... ...... .1.... .'oot.n .Nnw.Pln". our toni fought la Korea for
ly good and faithfulness of service.Dr.. the Hittite Country (modern of forty days he came to Jesus Cuero ii in the big mm, bIg three bloody years In the nime ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

Albert L. Carnett Turkey). He climaxed hi. icidemic propositions of accommodation hit, big spread country of of "U. N. Police Action?"

education in the Carnegie with three propositions of ic louth Texas where they hiv Aren't our ions fighting ind WDIO.TY WFLA.TY WFTY.TY WTYTTYClsee's.l

Institute of Technology: and com mods tion and compromls known Lyndon Johnson long dying now in Vietnam to live Ch..1 5 Cheee.I Che.uI. I II

News-Chief Editorials taught Military History !in and made extravagant promises and well. Publisher Howerton our country from the "Radi CBS N5C A5C CBS
Dickinson College. of coexistence sod cooperation editorial indicates that he cal Right" etc 0,1.,11. T.", ,. Orleede TII",.

Ai to Representative Mattox, but Jesus refuted the temp would hive been for Sen. Barry Isn't Cuba being tyrannized

It's Closed Again to insinuate that he ii irresponsible titlon in drebuffed him with Goldwater against John F b ty the Radical Right wlngn Friday NIGHT January 10.

ii certainly an Indictment scripture, "Thou thalt Dot Kennedy if the Utter bid been beards

of the electoral Judgment: that tempt the Lord they God." the 1964 Democratic preslden Isn't the World plunged Into ':Oo-N.w. News Nwa. Weather Pulse Nice
Just at they said, the Berlin wall was sealed up tent him to legislature to represent Even before Herod and till nominee. eml-dirkneii by those "Dan .:ll-h.,... Wther N... E"it.I.I, Sp'" 'ul. Recap

after the first of the During the time it was thii district in Tillahai- made :3O-C.S: : N.wl NBC N.WI ABC News CBS N.WI
again year. liter before Pilate he DO< He wrote that the nitlon wi ,erous Rightwingers" etc?
:45-CBS Nuwa NBC New Ivll.ti Isard CBS Nswe
open. West Berliners by the thousands poured into the .... concession to live himself In lifer, stronger and much After listening to this debate :

to visit Now, taking up the body of from cruciflction. Pilite explained more experienced hands under I must admit that if we could 710D-Wy. Earp be Offe; Lawbreaker The Ihll.1
communist controlled part of their beloved city Mr. Dilg'i discussion: I im ...Offi" Ltwll.r The R.It.1
to Him that it wii within Johnson thin under JFK, remarking only liquidate ill those "Lun- 7:1I-Wy. Earp
relatives and friends, to tight-see a bit and to come concerned about the concept of his power to execute or rleise too, that Johnson'i die Americini" who cling stubbornly 7,3D-7h. G..t lee Office 77 Sut StrIp The Great
our democracy, that could be Him but He opened nol to their reactionary 7,45- A..tu' isa Office 77 Su.1 Strip Adventure
back on their aide of the wall, happy in the realizationthat friends were chagrined ind dls
the freedom to and more properly termed a Republic. hli mouth In defense appointed when the Texas accepted den of Independence and Freedom OD-The: Great I.. Office 77 Sunset StrIp The Great
have come
they precious go He "A democracy
states Yes, humility Ii a very desir second place on the lIMO we might soon hive a ';115A..tv,. sse Office 77 Sunset Strip Adventa,
anywhere except In communist-held territory.We ii in elusive concept of government able characteristic of a Chris ticket. And publisher Howerton world at peice. 3D-Rout. Cb loll Hspe Surkee. b" R.ute "

think that this wall, more than anything that resting on a consensus tian. It connotes an open adds this politically significant The debate that the U. N. 4I-R.ut.; Theatre .u,.. Law Reate "
and constantly -
and the entire opinion requiring mind, ever ready to receive observation: in i real "Win Policy". How ':.OD-R.ut. 6k 1..11. Hspe Iv,'.'. Law R.ut. "
has happened in years, symbolizes compromise and adjust
years truth. And Oh! Don'twe
and apply "President Johnson his acted I to win? Simple Just disarm II-R..ut.; Theatre lu'1 b" ReuSe kt:30.TwiIltsht
communistic system in that it shows the world that ment. I don't this statement.see IDyt.hlnlwrona The need It now when many of during the first five weeks of Spend more billions strengthen- : l.n. TWTWTW Price II RIh' Lawbreahee

their process of government won't work unless administered with our Christians are retreating his administration exactly is log our enemies Sign more ,4I-Twilih' Z... TWTWTW Price II Riht bwll,....,
danger ii In the application
into religious cutlet of feigned treaties that mike
worthless us
by dictatorial powers. But, looking into the What ii going to be compromised security. we hid expected he would. weaker, And fight the darn 1000D-Alf.d Jack ,.., FIht .f Week Alt..d
ind adjusted? litany adjustments "He his gone ill out In his 10:15Hitchcech Jack Pear Fih' .f Week HtehteehI0:30'Alfrsd
background of the whole deal Khrushchev and his pup. Jesus, In Mit. 10:S4 said "Do
In th mechanics of lUDDort of the Kennedy 1..,i ----- --
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peti in East Berlin weren't playing Santa Claus, they government have been made not suppose that to the I come world. to 1 I prollram during the periodof But the most milling gem 10:41-: Hitcheesl. duck Pear Make Spere HitchaeebltiOoNsw.
bring peace of wisdom that out of
playing for greater stakes-this is the first! move and laws hive been repeated sword." Lanv eulogy ind mourning. He
were come to bring ( also has his debate wii this. It Ii enter N.wu N.wstinu News, $pee
conferred :
in forcing the West to recognize the authority of East and changed to meet changing 11 Translation). That cm Dot! with leaders to hold contempt for fellow I 1,15-Sporte: W'tlter Taeiqht Shaw Eterial. W'tlee W'ther, I'tetfelI I.
conditions but when we iccept be successfully refuted in the of every minority group ind I"13D-Th..t .f Tulht Shuw M.y..J.k CheelmeteI
Berlin and the possibility of making the entire city a compromise with principles light of the history of mankind his sent each ind every one of Americans who want us out I":45.he Stera To.lht Sh... Maverick Checkmate
of the U. N. than it Ii for
demilitarized tone, thus easing out the United States, that ire basin to our security from that diy to this time. them away reasonably contented the Communist who want us
to accommodate the designs of and hippy. That is LyndonJohnson'i MORNING 117OO4r.weva
France and England. Pretty clever wasn't it? an enemy that ii determinedto J. Lynn Reed method of doing po. INI Saturday January

bid better Illicit Miybe we ought not withdraw -
bury ui, we get business W.t.rnThtttr Super C.
from the U. N. Maybe
our eyes open. "11. Ii for everybody ind 7:'IS- Almnt N.wi Su,., C.,
Would Still Like To The Constitution of the U.S., -Memories- everything ind the tone of his w. ought to first demand the 7,10-On. Way VW.rn RFD Mi.1.Flond.; Super C.

the Bill of Rights, the Decliri politicil speeches is always fit expulsion of the Redi from the 7 4S- Mrrr! Theatre Svper Car

We like millions of other Americans, would like tim of Independence: cannot be 20 YEARS AGO ted to his audiences whether V. N.This.
the Winter HiveD had been ll- Ii open to honorable debate I:00-C.pUIn Laurel Rocky Jan.l C.pUIn
to know what became of those 24,700,000 bushels of compromised. They of are their signed a quota of tl.200,000: ia they be liberal or conservative But when it now becomes I:IS- K..,.,** and H.r4y Re The grain was supposed to to Aus. greatest documents loss drive here At the same time Lyndon mark of "Mental Illness" to I:JO-C.pt.m Little Rtu.li Suptrmm C.pt.ln
surplus grain. go of mankind the fourth war I i
kind in the history Johnson ..
possesses in abundant I 4S- K. ** Little R.ietls Suptrm.K Ku,..**
strategic minerals. The the 10 YEARS AGO face the reality of I bankrupt _
tria in exchange for some from the Grecian Era to knowledge and judgment and
and Senator birth of our Republic They Polk County was among 33 good U. N. (Bankrupt not only IDthe f:00-Alvln Shaw Unel. true M.itr M.rcury AM Shw
shipments were made between 1959 1962. have brought the highest di- C o u n t I. i getting additional common horse sense and financial sense, but bankrupt f;IS-Alvln Show Un.l. true. Male| Mercury Able ShwTtnn.ii.
Williams of Delaware, in his investigative way happened of satisfaction in spiritual funds from the state because of he hopes that those with whom I morally ind politically IIwell *:JO-T.nn.n.* Ruff '.' R.dJy M.ier M.rcury .*
gree he talks will understand that f,45 Tu..d Ruff '.'
R.ddy Tuxtd
then I think it ii high MalerMercary
on to the deal and brought it to light. ind temporal welfare that has in increase In enrollment durIngthe there ire many differences of ), :
to nation because first two school month 'time we mended our WI)'.. '0:00-Quick Draw H.ctar Mater| ,
bushels wentto come my M.rcury Quick *"
'What has come to light is that 370,000 opinion and Interest from .
they made us a covenant ni of the current achool year. people I However, I im flittered. IWII I 0:IS- McGraw H.itheafa Maier M.rcury McGraw
East Germany, one of our most troublwome communistlc tion under God, and our prosperity S YEARS AGO of different sections and told for one of the U. N. I 0:10-Mighty M.ui* Flr.b.ll XL.5 Th* J.tini Mighty Mui.

controlled opponents. But what we suspect is has been in relation to The Polk County Board of that compromises ind revisions apologist that he wn happy 0:4S-Mighty Maul Fireball XL-5 The Jets.,. Mighty M.u.
ire necessary to secure pas. have horns!II
tha(this discovery will be whitewashed in some man. the degree of obedience and I Commissioners wii requested lIe of controversial legislition. 1 [didn't admit I don't have horns! I I:00-Rln Tin Tin D.nnli Casper Rm Tin Tin
dedication we have show '0 appropriate $50,000 for in I I"ll-Rm Tin Tin The M.nic Crttnl Rips Tin TI.
ner* The American taxpayer will l love millons of dol. them. ilr pollution control program in And from casual examination "1:10-Ry R..,.,. 'ury ...., t C.cll R.y Rue,

lars"and the communists will have gained millions! of Let us examine another quotation I he county Mr."We predict that many of 01 the visitor I. confess I could.nt I |:4S-R.y R.,... Fury '..,y t C..il Ry R.,...
of Mr. Dil,'.: "Does I It Kennedy'i legislative pro- 1 see his wings either! But
bushels of much-needed grain. If some more of our not seem strange that we who AUSTIN, Tex. Goy John posili, Including the so called et's be tolerant of each other AFTERNOON

tension and representatives' were on the ball they believe In democracy should reject I nnilly, wounded by the ac- civil rights measure, will be After ill, this midness can't '2:0D-Sky: Kinq SIt. Preston 5apss Ivny Sky Kin, -

could probably find out how come those responsible, I Ita basic elements of compromise used ississin of President considerably toned down with go on forever-or cm It? End '2II-Sky: KIn, .f the Yakse lips. bunny Shy KIn,
I and adjustment on the Kennedy, when asked about his many provisions quote.Alan. 12:3D-D.: You Know. ? Bullwinkle America. D. Yea Knew
can't shed the
the Agriculture and State Departments, international level and must political intentions: eliminated under Mr. Johnson'i Courtney his i good 12:41-0. Yea Ku.,,? lulloinkle I.n..h. D. Vev Knew

proper light on this whole deal. This is getting rather spread fear and hate among our "111 just announce right now skillful guidance. Unless we ire sense of humor idded to a lot I OO-CBS: News Sc.ne
Fictieps A.I.u ..
tireome, being duped time and again by our fellow people through "militant lIew.medii" or re-election ai governor," badly fooled and unless he goestoo of real horse-sense. Thou who I 5-C1S N... Theatre Sandtand. CBS Naws
fir to the left Charter
If we are certain the in hn effort derstind the U N. I:30--Setarday, S.i.nu Fictiap. Wrestling Thu St..ry.f

Americans. we would be better red thai RADIO to appease minority groups, we its lorry accomplishments todlte 145- Afternaups Th..t Wrestling The St.ry ..f2:0D
dead ind there U no other alternative Intend to support President ind iti ibsolute failure
let ui quit now, Johnson for election to I full to contain Communism any- : Feature S.I"u Fletiops Wr.stlig Reeoe 5

Enjoy A Laugh. throw up our hinds aDd pleadfor term in November although\ we where upon this earth caD understand 2 2:3DAft..n.o.:I I-Satuy S.i.nu Th..t" Wrestling Rescue S
: Flutia.
Challenge Gulf ,
the mercy of our enemy. WINT still greatly like and admire Alan Courtneys views 2:45-: F..tu Theatre Ju"I.
"People seldom Improve when they have no model Ai far ii we can discern there Sen. Goldwiter." Those who hive never studied Challenge GO.1f Janqie3lO.Chanpienihp

:themselves tocopy." Oliver Goldsmith, 1774 ll no visible change in the poU- : : 5.1.... Fictiops CheilenqeGslf Ju"I.?
cy of communism. It Ii out to 1360 ON DIAL 11 5- 5swlinq Mmt I. Music Ch.II..,. Gulf Ju'ol.
enslave the world. When the 1:3O-Ch."i..hi: : Menhant Theatru X Jangle

I Wall Street Chatter I Berlin Will comes down and Monday thru Friday DIAL WSIR Program 1490nuDA 1,41- Seoling M..hu Theatre X Janpsle4OO.C55

the foreign troops are removed MORNINO' : : Gslft'ti.Tim. Theatre X CIS G.lf
from Cuba, It may be time, for 5 05 Lake .dnft Teller 4:1: 5- Clasula Hi'lipne Theatre X Clasie

NEW YORK: (UPD-'Tunda corporate earnings and divi some adjustments.For 1.110 HSK oI > 4 sib Mutual Atternoos lI... 5 e os 00 Jim Mutual G..nl..14 1'1.... Show 4:3O-C.S: : Golf Hi.Time Th..t,. X CIS G.lf
dends." half a century the socialistic a I.0] Nttlontl NtI ... 4 01 Non,. & nouIsea7' a :30 Mutu.1 Newa 4:45Clu.i. Hi-TI. Theatre X Classie1.00.Purter
stock Investment .......
mtatili for concept has been bur 1.01 I Pussy I JO Mutual Newa C U Mu., 1..11I Mutual
beta favor. 1.30 I N.w. }idUnMI I 31 want a Job? 10 00 Mutual News r.rt.r Wide Werld herO
tare rarely mere rowing Into our national founditlon. I 65 Floi-ldt N...lI 4 40 Nvms S SOghway 10 01 Mllala 5mm.. Mutual 1:15-: Wagoner W..n., .f S.ert. Seetaeslar
sbl," tsys the Investment idvlseri J. W Sparks Co. believes German rationalism infested a I 00 Bunny PmwsC:25 a 00 Mutual N... 10 JO Mutual News I:30-Its the Lee Jimmy Wid. W.rld I've A Sueret

firm of Mitchum, Jones that despite wide uncorrected our religious Institutions 'I I:.U National rmrm lUportI N.... : : Today sing:: Ai.ng is P..1II Cowt" 1100 10 55 P.dio MuM, Kids from Thble Mutual Club 1:45-lt': the Law Strickland, .f Spurts "I've A Secret

Templeton. advances In some Individual while Fabian socialism crept T.OO Done Monnoraory I JO Mutual Newa jib: Mutual Nsws NIGHT
recently the stock market Into our institutions of higher 7:50: Mm' HMdllno I." aug Along il:55: MusiC frolll Mutual
sues ,
Among the bullish factors ind to plant T:40: 8potll ht On gportt Lousing: 11.61 Tim. signal' -
baa constructed a strong foundation learning begin TSS: National and Florida News' C 00 World News U.OO Mutual lI... ':00-N.wi N.w. Wid.; Wurld N.... Sperts
they list sriProfit : for a further upside their stooges in politics and religion I 100 Dime M onllfOm." S 11 Trading Pout AttertsooeI 5-C"u"u:I News .1 Spurts W..th.r
margIns ire likely to move Over the near term, until they have all but 5.5 I N.wi H.adllnn JO Wail Street Report U.OII r.m C. Om.. Newee .: !,. Ed l.'.... ''Mil Winta. Oly",,. ,...w.,..
paralyzed our cultural progress. I i 00 Florida and Local Nawe ::10 Mutual lI.". U 10 E.Pft'I.U for You .::4I-M,. Ed Shwtlm Pie Pr.,,., P.nwtrd
rise st aa accelerating rstt. Sparks says, the 780 level In the Delhi 1.01 Doty rarra OartftaAlmanao C sa HI Neighbor 12 30 Mutual 1'1.' ...
-Persons! income after Uses Dow-Jones Industrial !index la a From Yata to New 00 Fultnn Lewis fr. U 45 Top. n' the Newa .0o-c.t.1: Flu. l.t..tl..01 S'ahant T. Tell Truth
our political and religious lead- I It) Pouf Mnntfnm ry 11 I""tllahl the Star J 00 Dosttsati"a MusS 711 5- Sheusese Sh.wtl".
II slated it record levels In reasonable objective. have accommodated and S 90 Community Bull.tls ..*,. 2S T..nlhl In linrida 1.30 Mutual N... 7,3o-J..ki. "S".i' S..hvt T. T.II Truth
1M4 even without i tax cut. era I 55 National N' .wt :us Mulla B."n4 the ltanl 1 311 MUsIC' From Th. CIa.leeI and Ho.t..ny Jackie
-Th. lost la the purchasing According to Standard & compromised with the enemy 0 Of) Mr. T "Jo. Trlntta" I Mutual Nws 5 30 Mutual N.... :41-: Gluasops Health H..t.y CI.....
OD aa International scale that ii a W N.... Hoadllnw 01 Club 1410 31 Cay It With Millie
power of the dollar continues Poor's, "Business prospects for II humiliating.As a M National N...i !III Mutual News ao Mutual l'I.... SOO-.Jael.ia:: I "Seeking and H.ctsuanny Jaihie'
without Interruption. the new year could lead to a 1:30: Nmri HoadllnMU '.311 Club 14I1O-Nlllltblal 311 Mulual MailS. allGlaseps Health' Heutseaney: Gluas..
Alternative Investment such further bolstering of investor to the fear ind hate program : Florida and Loral Ntwi' I 00 Mutual Newi 00 Mutual Nwsye .::30-0.'....... J..y .i.h.p; L.w.u W.lk Dfpsdare.
Ii it not about time that Clu" 1410 oa MII.la front Mutual
: AFTERNOON: 5:4S-Def.nd...
I. bonds sod real estate, are confidence and higher stock we become a little more specific 5.nil ftrflonal and Plat Wtathtr I ill MIIIII'I lI.... ::10 Mtttal N... : J..y lishup Lawrence Welk D.f.......
prices." I 311 The World Telsy :05 Mitld. 'rom Mutual OD-D.'.......
attractive. '
and reasonable on this s 5 IS Cllnii Car Loadinf Union ... MIII".t N... : Saturday Night Lawrence WuTh Dafeeders
10 00 Mutual N. 100
There are signs that we point? I think that the rightists 1 1:30: Community. Bulletla. Board 10.011 rorida News S W..tlle 06 Vats P.tr.'t Sporta '1'5-0.' '....... .t the Mso.u Lawrence Wlk D.'.......
have seen the worst of our bslance United Business Service says, and conservatives who have I I 1:011::00 JI.National.... Tarkitr N w 10.10 aian Off 111I Mutual Muss.aATURDaT :3D-Phil SUnere Saturday Night Thu H.IIw..d Phil Silvers
"Stock market remain .. .00 Mutual NewuMoroisg ':45Sh.w at the Msvi.e Palace, 5k.
of payments problem. prospects food up to defend the integri- 1:30: 1'1.' Hradlln In"lII: ,

encouraging. Any setbacks ty of our nation and are ral- i 1.5 1.00 Bruce Florida?N.urk.rI .. eve lip CItI fill 1I..u Calla O.Oo-GUII"' S. urjl.y N *ht Th. Hellyw..d 6un.m.t.Guftim.k.. .
Robert H. Stovall of E. F. should be moderate in extent lying from all sections of our 1 90 Community Bulletin BeardS e lit) Mutual Nuwi I 10 Mutual News' 0:ll-6 nimk. .t the M.w;.. Palace .

Button Co., Inc. says, "It II and further new highs are probable \ country to resist the bureaucratic I M National NIVIno '.01:B) oed Mutual Morall\l N... C T 00 as The Mutual Pig New LIeC :30- unmk. Saturday Night, TIATIA Gv".", ."
not stylish to |0 with the crowd during! the course of the encroachment of governS 5: Brae Farkr e Os coal Moriusg 0 0. Mu.le ta the EY'nIT O:45-GuII": .t the Mi;.. 6unimlt
but at the same time the consensus new year." nent deserve to be considered I 90 Mw. Of) MUlllal Ns T 10 Mutual News .
1:31: To Tim. lOO-Nwi. Sp.rt N.WI TIATIA
Tb B.d buad U.55. S
01 GMt M.ruinl Newts, HWtht .
can b. correct and frtqucntly In the light of cessna rather 15: Florida. N.*. 30 Mutual Now. 5 b Mutual 1'1.' .. tit' -Th...rriIO Newts .

la Aside from the few Purcell, Graham Co. says, bin Ignored la the cloak of reentment 1 1.00:no T.u Loral Tim aDd Florida 5nr '..311 "orl. Bows "..11I.. 10S Guy L.stb.rde.4o I .l the M.yi.; Adult. Th....* Suet .f .

who espouse a contrary opinion "We expect wide swings in the ind emotion I::05 Wi-athcr. nummarytil 'vine Good Morning Morning Pt". Re"flew 110 5 as nub Mutual 1190I Newu 5!t4S- Star Mavl.i Adult Thtttr H.HywwdTh.

for Its own sake, forecasters are popular market averages with The name-callrri who strain I t:: Twlliht Tint* uo Mlltua'' N.". sin Club 55155'ttS .
Mh..ult .,. ,
I. fi p rtm .
Ji ufls WrnibUp previdad ky the( f.l.vI.ie.' ".tl.".
nearly unanimous in predicting the Dow Jones tndustriala probably their vocabularies for iiiperli- I 1:23:: Tvlllirht Tim* load Morning 10:116 I III Mutual P'tortda Nowe tiews WatOlSt nd are subject t. eb..,.. .t *.y tim.. Th. D.ly Ntwi,Chl.f pukl.h.lr.q. ,
.. I" Muilial News :
an improvement in general cro..ID'1OO before the end lives to ipply to the ull.jntnt.OQed I I i :TO Twiiurhi N HMlllnoiU Tim I.. Ge'S MIIII 10.10 11m Off "', as a publlu surolca .n" u eet, tuspeasible fee ,,,.,.. .h..,.. ..t
Dullness this yew and higher of the lInt quarter of 1564," < and devoted defenders I 1.01 Im 0/# ited I. tkese achedalue.

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- tATLY NEWS-CHiEF, FrWay, January 10. 1744 Page HV. .

Wide-Bnmme3 Hats Are rnPredictions

Are For A White EasterBy

GAY PAULEY week.long ihowlngi of spring meshes, and combinations of
I'PI Women's Editor
and summer apparel to the straw and fabric as In the

NEW YORK UPI Everyone nation's visiting fashion reporters satin >flnk.hr straw Inter-

In the fashion world Is The other is the wined with colored beads or

1fttho t dreaming of a white Easter. American Designer Series. the smooth strew with starched .

White Is for coats, for suits, White dominated the millinery lace.

for dresses, for evening wear, collections, but to go Among the dress and suit

'1J! CAM. by BlLLIC CUIJ for accent touches. And, It'. with it there were flamboyant designers.manufacturers who

for millinery panels with yellow a strong showed collections Wednesday

The Millinery Institute of favorite. There were bold Larry Aldrich predictedthat

'II@r America at its spring previewthis greens, peach-toned oranges, the bias cut would be oce
Emphasizes Joy week observed that the sharp pinks and blues rang. of the new season's biggest
white hat Is "a runaway favor
tog from turquoise to the pale trends and showed some gar-
Ite" In a season "when just
11. From True about everything chic Is now and Icy tints. meats all on the bias, others
, white." The big hat makes a comeback with the top only on the bias.
'I.d. Two types of white showedat for spring. We took Aldrich referred to the.
Up Your Voice With tianity gives Joy. Christianity / the industry's .how.the measurements on some to "marked change" of springto
If.a. Joy" was the topic of the also>> entails Stewardship. Y crisp, chalky white and the find brims eight inches wide. clothes with "more defined
Christian Religious Education God has loaned us life for natural, citamler one, both Double that for the two sides shaping to the figure." The
a.d Program for this week's us to take care of, and use fashioned la a variety of of the hat, add the inches the waistline was rediscovered at
meeting of St. Agnes Guild in his glory. I smooth and rough.textured woman's head occupies, and this firm which was one of
of St. Paul's Episcopal Church Mrs. Raynor suggested that straws, shiny and dull finish. you have a head is hub of the early exponents of the, ,
in the Parish Hall. one always remember the en, and .of sheer or opaque a cartwheel with I 21 or 22. unbelted chemise.Newcomers.
S, The talk was given by Mrs. Bible verse, "This ts the day WITH PRIDE fabric. Black was seen rarely inch diameter.
-a'y, Charles H. Raynor who reminded which the Lord has made; Viewing a new Isolttte In the nursery at the Winter Haven Hospital Is Mrs Bernard except in black and white Many of the large brims
her listeners that all let is rejoice and be glad Smith, chairman of the Hospital Ball recently held' by the Hospital Auxiliary. The combinations. rolled up and away from the Elect
have just passed through the in It." When we meet other Isolftte was purchased with the proceeds from the ball which is annually the high. The Institute Is an auxiliary face. Others turned down to
season of greatest joy-Christ. people, let us look for God of member of the New York Couture frame it, Still other brims Michael D'Arclprete has
light the social season in Winter Haven. This is the second Isolette provided the
mas. Joy wells up from within in each person for there Is Group, which la one of were borrowed from the men- been elected president of the
hospital the Mrs. Grace B. Martin is behind the
by Auxiliary. pictured incubator.
Jib two the plain sailor, the padre
and it Is eternal, she Spirit in everyone, she organizations staging a Newcomer's Club
,I, said. It is effervescent and said In Christ, love conquers the sombrero the sideswept Other new officers electedat
'"a overflowing. A joyful person hale; grace conquers sin; Mrs. Pierce tannnunnnnnnnnnnnunnnnounnnnnnnuunnnnnnnunnnuunnnnnonuunun! nnnunnnnn!: cavalier a covered dish supper
' is of necessity a missionary. life ts victorious death and New for spring was' the meeting this week In the Civic
. la this age, she continued, Joy Is the reward Gives Talk Around The Town | sugar scoop brim, with a deep Center were: Mrs Little
we are often mired in quan Mrs. W. 0. Kinnebrew re dipping front and a high.riding Schmid, vice president and
l'I'.' tity instead of quality. Only minded members that the On Lebanon back.In Mrs Emma Sieloff, secretary
the Christian religion gives guild will start sewing on Mrs. Canadian Residents Will Visit Here [ materials the range Incluitrs and treasurer.
D Jane Pierce the
one joy. Other religions offer baby layettes at the next was I basket weaves and Twenty I v I attended the
guest speaker when GammaPhi
the good life, happiness, good meeting. of lattice effects In straws, wide eventfyfl
morals, etc., but only Chris. the Announcement was made of Alpha sorority met Epsilon last Sigma night Mr. and Mrs. Jan A. Van Drimmelen] and children, Butch and Linda, of

. meeting Episcopal ten Church a.m. following women at the home of Mrs. Eugene Toronto, Canada, will leave their home today and will arrive in Winter Haven,

Club DirectorsAre ':.30 Communion on January Wulff. Sunday, for a visit with Mr. Van Drlmmelen's] brother and family, Mr and Mrs. r-435
Mrs. Pierce inter
17, A Deanery meeting will esting resume gave of her an recent Leo Van Drimmelen. Mr. Van Drimmelen] owns and operates his own cartage
ElectedThe 27th.at St Paula on February trip to Lebanon. She ex service in Toronto. The Van Drimmelens will visit in the new home of Mr. and

Board of Directors of Mrs Con R. Little Jr. was planed her flight over Paris, Mrs. Van Drimmelen] Fifth Street S.E. for the coming week.
trance home, me
; scaly
the welcomed as a new member.
Wahneta ,
) Girl Club was
elected at the regular meetIng Hostesses for the day were Alps, and over the Mediter Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Kane The Woman's Club choral Mrs. Thelma Johnson of

of the group held Tuesday Mesdames J. M. Davis, Harry The ranean"Cedars to Beirut of Lebanon", Lebanon that have arrived from Detroit, group will hold a practice at Mulberry, District Deputy
King Con R. Little Jr. Mich. and plan to spend the
night at the home of ,
nine a.m. next at I
Thursday Grand
are mentioned in the Bible are paid her official
M. G. Gibbs. Jack C. Allen, W. 0. Kinne remainder of the winter sea
The new members include brew, DeWitt Taylor, Jack seen only in the mountains Ion here. Beymer Memorial Methodist visit to the Winter Haven
Earl Dodson, chairman; Mrs. McKay, Sidney Carter, Trader Mrs. Pierce noted that the Church. Miss Mardell Smithis Pythian Sillers last night in
M, G. Gibbs, vice chairman; Mooty, W. B. Lemons, cars used in the country are Mrs. LePage Cronmlller director of the group. the K of P hall Mrs Grace
Mrs. Joe D. Baugh, secretary B. M. Clement, C. H. Ray. all new American made was admitted yesterday to Rohde conducted the meeting
; and Mrs. James Harrison nor, M. E. Scboenthaler Jr., modela. There are no traffic the Winter Haven Hospital. laycette are planning an during which time Mrs P. A.
and most all the
treasurer. Welborn Bentley, John Hir- peo open house for January 21st Gerke was nominated for the
Those attending the meeting vela, 0 B. Chance, Robert pie travel by taxis. Clarke E. Means, chief fire from eleven a,m. until two office of Most Excellent
were Mrs Lonnle T. Shriver "The main religion Is Moslem control technician, USN, son W. Central Ave.
Ivey, Russell Hales I p.m. at the clubhouse for all Chief. Officers of the local
Mrs., Christine Hood. SUm George Dorman, Guy Van and about every two to of Edward M. Means 134 Jaycees. This is in observance group will be installed in the
Eummenrille, Mn. B. W. Dix Marter and guests, Mrs. Alia three hours a call to worship Avenue B, SE, is serving as of National Jaycee near future.
and fiat, Matilda Heillrlrb.u Powers and Mrs Tucker. is beard chanted from several .. a crewmember of the bailiff- Week which is to be from afterinventory"CLEAN.SWEEP
< prayer buildings through.out tic missile submarine USS
January 1925. Dr. and Mrs Harvey J.
illUUUUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l I l l IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB I I I I l I l 1 1 1 : the city," said Mrs. Pierce Thomas Jefferson operating
Watts are here from Madison
She continued, "The homes out of Holy Loch, Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs Clifford Fur. Wis. for a winter visit
Thomas Jefferson Is a Polar
are mostly very modern
HERE'S E apartment buildings with two is.firing submarine and Is one ness of Caseville, Mich., Mr.
Mrs. John Tlsrbesoa
and Mrs. Dale Fsisl and children was
of the nation's major deter-
or three bathrooms. She fur.
of Elkton. Mich. Mr. admitted yesterday to the consisting of Odd and Ends
E tber explained that the stores rents against aggression.Mr.
E and Mrs D. N. Frotunan Winter Haven Hospital. ud Broken Sixes
all small and
are shops
l very and Mrs. Robert Me-. Pigeon, Mich., Mr. and Mrs.
st BIG the exchange la In
}( money Donald and family have Larry Hutchinson, Owasso, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Wynn
I pounds on a par of 1 to 1 had as their recent ,
bitch all have returned home guests
moved to Winter Haven from
American dollar. their former borne In Vero after visiting with Mr, and their son and daullht'r.in.l.w $ DRESSES .
Following the program, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Mrs. Paul Friedrlchs on Polk
/NEWS. t E Emerson Avery, president, Beach. Drive. Wynn of Berrien Springs, Reg. $ 10.91 to $!7.9t Reg. $14.98 to $22.91
4co led the group in the closing Mich.

E ritual. Phi Gamma XI NOW $500 $700
Guests attending were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Balk- NOW
IT E Mathew Cross and Mrs. Harry com have as their guests,
Kulick of Bartow, Mrs. Plans Bake their nephew, Jimmy Balk-
I E Reva Heath of Indiana and Tomorrow corn, of Dothan, Ala. Special Group of
Ii Mrs Paul Drlscoll of Cler $25.98 to $89.98
i mont. Phi Gamma XI chapter of Wells M. Stanley was admitted
$ E= Members were Mesdames Beta Sigma Phi sorority will yesterday to the Win-
Robert Adams, Thomas Hil- hold a bake ssle tomorrow ter Haven Hospital. NOW 72 PRICE
liard. Harold Johnston, Paul morning at I a m. at the Winter
Pettigrew, Ed Rents, James Haven Post Office,
WASHERS Tatum, John Teehan and Miss Plane were made at the
FashionettesSpring SUITS COATS
Ellen Head and Miss Phyllis regular meeting of the group 4 .
Flescher. held this week at the homeof
Miss Nancy Conniry. millinery has a Reg. $35.00 to $65.00 Reg. $45.00 to $109.00 ,
The ways and means committee light-headed look. Fabrics In.
!I NOW WASH I Rainbow Girls also outlined plans for r- J clude chiffons and ,organzai. NOW /2 /2
a rummage sale to be held Watch for a new type of turban PRICE NOW PRICE
To InstallNew at Reel's Grocery In Eloise combining lavishly embroidered

officers of the Winter on January 25. Members were African skull caps
Haven Order of Rainbow urged to collect adult and with chiffon, handkerchief linen Blouses Sweaters
114POUNDISELECTIVE for Girls will be installed children's clothes, toys, records or organza. Jackets

Sunday afternoon at 2:30 In and books for the ssle. e e e I Reg. $2.98 to $'4.91
the Masonic Temple This will The members present for International jewelers, reports -
be an open Installation and the meeting Included Mesdames "Harper' Zataar "
HAPPY the day ts are
= Interested persons are Invited. Ted Murphy, Glenn and as searching for gold mesh NOW 72 PRICE and LESS
long especially on
LOADS Officers to be Installedare Hancock, Robert Hancock, handbags, status symbol of
the day celebrated her
: Mary Faulk, Worthy Ad. and Misses Joyce Addison, the kid gloved "elegantes" of ,
=| 12-POUND MIXED s riser; Jean Van Arsdall, Gayle Crawford>> Beverly Ged. fourth birthday. This smiling the twenties. They've come
E I Typical, 14-Ik. Mliri Family LII'-2 table clothe Wx 70* I tabls cloth I Worthy Associate Advisor; eoa, Stanford Grlggs, Melanie lass is Cindy Hand, back. Also revived: the fabric BRASSIERESDiscontinued *
E: 4fl"x 40* 2 boys'teesbirts S women's drssses I sitn'i shirts 2 boys' shlrtl= Sandra Hankins, recorder; Iliuse, June Sheffield and daughter of Mr and Mrs. bag on which you pin one .
::i 2 sight towns 1 dishcloth 4 dish towels S handkerchiefs = Sheila Mitchell treasurer Carol Lee Taylor Homer Hand conversation gem. Styles!
:E i 2 wwnen'i blouses 1 man's teishirt 2 men's undershirts I pair man't'' shorts :E Appointed officers are: Linda *" Reg. $1.50 I to $8.95
; 2 pair lock 1 child's plsysutt child's pity pints 7clul<'.drllSl' :E Ilelnly, chaplain; Brenda -
=i 1 man's shirt-short slteve :E Ogden, drill leader; Pen NOW $1| 00 $400STOCKINGS
*(One sl 11 Iota< Intod Ie M rkMO 5l ny Van Gundy, love; Mau Announcing T0

reen Mitchell, religion; Linda
Beard, nature; Mary Judy,

I I II Immortality; Marie Pinner, O
patriotism; Jane Seifert, A Sale
service; Margaret Rapp, confidential Special Discontinued Styles and Colon

ALL 1 observer; Patty R.g. $1.35 to
\ 1 .. Walker, outer observer; Beth
OUTSIDE AND IN! King and Nancy Butler, musicians
I and Glenda Saye, : :'. Of The Entire Furnishings NOW 50C AND $ | 00HANDBAGS
/ fOUNTAIN FILTER choir director .

WASHING ACTION! | I' Of The Park Towers Model Apartments

and Mrs Clyde E. Till- :
| '" Reg. $5.95 to
man are the parents of a son $12.95

/ lOW WATER I the born Winter at I:44 a Haven,m. yesterday Hospital.The In. '...' 1 East Lake Howard Drive '/

PRESSURE I baby weighed in at seven I' NOW PRICE

l\ COMPENSATOR! = pounds and twelve ounces. ,. 2 DAYS ONLY

p ONLY $19800 Be Your OwnDecorator Monday Jan. 13th end Tuesday, Jan. 14th Costume, Jewelry and Scarfs .

Modal LW-430 s Reg. $1.00 to $6.00
9 to 5 -
a.m. p.m.j
$10.00 Per Month '

11[OPEN FRI. HITE 'tiI8:30: p.m.flllor.mlDIWI. | t STEPS DAMENTALS LEARN IN THE THE OF BASIC FUN.IN. 25 % to 50 % Discounts

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TERIOR DESIGN. This Is a rare opportunity to buy really -a-

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weeks JANUARY class beginning 21st l $100| AND $200

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t 4'df rl VIET NAM BLAST _
SAIGON (UPI-A) bomb believed The U.S. Air Forte servant
) 1 to have been planted by sitting la the bar at the time of

communist Viet Cong terrorist the blast was wounded In tt.

: .. .., next to a bar near Saigon airport neck by flying debris and wan
killed two Vietnamese el.ilians being treated at the Amerlcall'NaY' I

1 r'r and Injured aeven others Hospital In Saigon Ha!
y t d, w t'rVh 1 iII XIr including a U.S. Air Force serar.t condition was listed as fit to.

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. Four Firemen Hurl .Al Scene I U. S. Troops Fight Mobs TEE 2nd St.. S.W. CY 34877

(Continued From Put One) nicest clubs la the county art P1T (Continued From Pg One) safely leave the embassy for

their ear In the North Gate gone," be said. decried the bloodshed and at- the appointment. PETERS
f parking lot. It li too early for speculationon tributed the rioting to "unful (Washington continued to

Once the roof was down, firmn *. the members possibly rebuilding filled promises" mad Panama maintain official silence onChlarl' Aulk.rli.J F tt.ry PHARMACY

able to let clover to the club: Parka said S>rvl ft e Free .
were I by the United States. action In suspending relations e Chryil.r Plymtuth' Prescription
the flames with water and by I and the pleas of the members "All the rioting is from the ,) 1 C L.n.ar Vdl.n Delivery
into the ; will not be annouced until after ....., ... : (m city llmlti)
11.30: they could let [' : : other side-th* Army of the Brig Gen Robert J. FlemingJr.
I .. Roberts
; Floyd
of rubble to extin- a Drive-In
vast mm a board meeting scheduled for '''' "
_' U.S.. Chiarl! said He said ., American governor of the
fulfil the smoldering Umbers Monday J. .'. there "might be few" Panamanians Canal Zone was en route to Motors Window
and corners where flames ..f. .} a 110 Pint If, N.
concealed. The Villas has beea a Winter Involved. He said he Washington Thursday night S21 Blank, S.W.
till been CM-Iltl
.. .
I Haven .j" .c- ......" when the rioting flared. He was
The building and its contents showplace first as ." :: had been doing all he could to
valued it around $200,000 were one of the cit,'. most famous .""" halt the rioting sine Thursday ordered arrival in back Florida.Lt. to the. zone on his

laid to be a total Ion. with the mansions and recently ai a night He said he was gettingno Gen Andrew P. O'Meara,

exception of two air conditioner of the plush exclusive private club : cooperation from the Ameri commanding the ion under
compreiieri In the war:; -7L LE ROY'S APPLIANCE
and line It was built a few yean what amounted to martial law,
building, valued at IT.000. cane
before Imposed an Indefinite curfew SALES & SERVICE
1920. .
a few chain and three painting : About 3'30: this morning, a
carried early from the Back In the days when Sixth .. ,... mob of about 250 Panamanian duties residents In not the engaged hope of la averting official YOUR DEPENDABLE WESTINGHOUSE @)
St., then Villa Road ; .
building u. lined students attacked the American further outbreaks of violence. .. ... .
contained many with elaborate de A ..11' ALL. Large A Small Appltaeeo.
The building
residential pro Invasion tll THIIID ST. loW, CY 5-54x.
Embassy in Panama City with Attempt at ceased
art object which cannot be parties, It was known at the :
stones and broke most of the when O'Meara deployed troops, --- ---
replaced. Mrs E. T. Wilaoa home, and :
executive of .... .l ; windows The rioters also carried tanks and armored can of his
Mri. Lee Owens, was one the city's landmarks .
F ao called Molotov cocktails U.S. Army Southern Command NEW HOMES
of the club, report, along with the Jewett 'I
secretary .
...,. ... but Panamanian guardsmenkept along the border
ofimportance :
however, all office records and Inman holding and the ft REMODELING
them (In Washington, Assistant De INSURANCE
out of the building
liVed shortly Florence Villa Hotel.It -
were ;.t.. ... .. Other riots were reported else- fens Secretary Arthur Sylvester W. C. McEvers
after the firemen arrived.S. was built as part of an exclualve r SPECIALIST
where In Fansms. said U.S. authorities retorted
H. Vuncannon, former owner complex
of the VUlia and present centering around Spring Lake, Tension mounted as Panamanian to firearms and tear gas til Ave. C, S.W. en..".
when that students declared a only I for "self protection
owner of the Villa Rosa Motel, area was a mecca
located next to the club, laid for eastern industrialist and It "national day of mourning"and against "disorderly mo b s James H. Cross

considerable I m o k e damage their tamtliee. scheduled a mass funeral (which) invaded the Canal 239A Third Sf. S.W. ARE YOU GIFT BUYING
was done to the motel. They formed winter colony later today expected to bring Zone, where they damaged automobiles -
Lewis laid which later developed into a thousands Into the streets. ransacked buildings Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN The
Chief Abner
the Fire fire department will probably year round residential pattern, MORE THAN 1,000 FEET OF HOSE WAS IN USE American business houses destroyed set fires and stoned and fired LIFEINSURANCE

remain on the scene the by the rampaging mobs on police attempting to control HomemakersNook

rest the fire of the II afternoon completely or extin until'Rotarians Hear Two Pilots Die In Plane CrashSTUART I included, the Goodyear.U.Panama Braniff Association Airlines them.") S Lift o Group CO.

guished. (Continued From Page One) and the four-story U.S. In.

This was the fifth fire In ten numbers of problem resulted. formation S e r v I Ice Building Costellos Lose e Mortgage 54 Second St., N.YV.

days In the Winter Haven area. "About the only way I knowof (UPI) An 11 passenger off from the Martin County Air Four of six floors of the Pan (Continued From Health A Disability
American World bee wide sbctl tf
Airways build. a jtfrs
charter faltered
Red plane
Wednesday morning the trying to lessen the problem e Hospiralization
Barn Supper Club at the Bariow with the heart li to curb excel- after takeoff Thursday, slashed port.The plane crashed on a rail ing were burned. die, who concurred with an for ell 9ts.. ,..'|11| be (,Mye
opinion of Educational
U S. the state
Army said three attorney
tree branches and sources stepped I la
Air Base was damaged to theextent live smoking and drinking, exercise through a
road track beside Highway AlA American soldiers killed general that the ordinance was
of over $100,000. I regularly In a planned power pole and knocked a truck
The Villai originally opened manner, avoid tendons and off a highway, then crashed inflames south of here. at the border and 34 wounded invalid.

In December 1962, was built to worry and here is the commehvial and killed the only two The victims, who burned (In la exchanges of gunfire and The effective rescinding Jan.action 20. Mr becomes I RXPENT.INEXPgNSlVHREUPHOISTERING
sniping by Panamanians.
midtown supplement consult your doctor men aboard. the of the
provide a wreckage plane, were Costello made her application ,
I regularly concluded Dr through
to gracious living Witnesses said the twin-engine WORK
Identified a* William E. Martin the Panama Canal of before the commission acted
The building housed four dinIng Moseley plane, owned by the National one
rooms a complete health The speaker was Introducedby Executive Flight Service of Jr., 24, of Concord, N.H., the world's major waterways, was on ordinance the question rescinded, and when it the
club, card rooms, and lounges. Dr. Terrell Simpson, program Boston, appeared to lose power pilot and co-pilot Russell Wells not In affected, however with the understanding that was Auto Glass Seat Covers Convertible Tops
It was transformed Into the club chairman for the day as it began a climb after taking 41, of Boston Washington President the board of adjustment would
from an old mansion, which atone Dr. George Hunter Introducedthe Johnson and other top U.S. officials consider the petition.In Complete Selection) of Fabrics

time wee one of the showplaces guests who came from Il huddled in a series of the course of the long Hicks Upholstering
& Glass
knots Ohio.I Pennsylvania emergency conferences on the Shop
of Winter Haven New York Stock I fight between the Costellos and
The property was convertedInto Michigan, Massachusetts', Iowa ReportKoppers Panama violence, first major the Rittcrs the latter lost his 1201 SIXTH ST.. S.W. 213-8184
club under the Colorado, Ontario, Dew York, hemispheric crisis to confrontthe
a plush city attorney when he
and South Carolina, and nearby NEW YORK (UPI) Mid 41% new administration. post
of Vuncannon, brought suit
ownership against the city
Florida clubs day stock prices: (U.S. officials said
of !kroger Co. 29 Chisel
list Oct. 1, 1963, members and the Costellos after the ordinance YOU CAN DEPEND ON
Birthdays announced by Alabama Gas 34H
were sought to meet with AmericanEmbassy
the club took over managementand Liggett 1 Myers T2H was passed. He
Brown. Judge Robert American Can 44H
Clyde officials on the crisis
operation. Lockheed 35HLorUlard dropped the suit a few months
Staufer Notes and American Hardware 42 HAVEN
presented Thursday night but that Counselor APPLIANCES
It was the only such club In 43H ago when it appeared that the
Commenta. President Gordon American Motors IS
Stuart was not able to .
downtown Winter Haven Louisville tt Naihvill 84 commission was going to rescind
Mead announced that W. A. Ft- American Sugar 23% for
Dr. Charles T. Perks Winter Merck 112U its action quality sales and service of
field Gainesville, will be the American T&T 140't
Haven physician and recently Middle So Utll 40H )Irs. Costello hinged her case
guest speaker next week withJ. American Tobacco 2S1* Liquor Rumor
elected president of the Villas W Whitaker as program Anaconda 4TH Monsanto Bl'i on the premise that she was RCA VICTORCOLOR
laid the club was begining to Mont Ward 35 actually a tutor, in the same
have quite a few applicationsfor chairman. Babcock .. WUcoy 84% Nat Gypsum 47H (Continued From Page One) sense that piano teachers are, TV and STEREO

membership and was In the MANCHESTER N.H./- Gov I Bendix Bethlehem Corp.Steel gOH S4V4 Paramount Pict. STtt ty to appear before the grand and that the swimming clssses Ov.r 30 years of satisfied customers
best financial ahape ever Nelson A. Rockefeller warning Penney 4SV4 Jury to answer questions. Dar did not therefore violate zoning
Boeing 374 ty said that if Keating was unable regulations. Ritter contended 22t W. CINTRAL AYE CT1-JOM Soles
'It la a terrible loss to the that the United States must not Penn RR 26H
Community for It served a real let down its guard against comI Borden 65 Pepsi-Cola SOH to attend someone from that her operation was Commercial CTJ-8M4 Serviceobi
need here aa a private club for I munlsnv: Briggs Mfg.Burlington 8" Philip Morris 75 the beverage department would and therefore illegal In
the resident of Winter Haven. 1 "Don't let' kid ourselves; Ind. 43Ti Phillips Pet 49'% be on hand to answer ques the area in which they live,

After the Red Barn burned yesterdiy they have not abandoned theirroneepta Chesapeake & Ohio 71Chrysler Republic Steel 42H tions. which I i. zoned Rl-A, the most > CAMERA
it la lad that two of the I or gosls Reynolds Tob 42H Dirty said that some kind of restricted residential toning
Cities Service 63V* Seaboard Air Line 43 report would be Inued by the category In the city ordinance. & TV film I I I I
Coca-Cola 114H L
Sears Roebuck BOH grand jury at the conclusionof Yesterday's decision by the V Winter Haven.
Colgate 41 their bearing on Jan 23 He board of adjustment can be appealed Phone
Cone Mills 15% Sinclair 44U said he would present his findings to the court. Although 293.4694
Socony Mobil 69' 'OJ Sink Sheet, N.W.
Continental Can 44SCurtiaa Solve Your Insurance
Southern Co. 55.. to that body when it con the Costelloa have not decidedon em .AH G..." "."' ..
Wright 1SH venes.Darty. their future course, there Needs
In One
Sou Nat Gas Illi Stop
Douglas Aircraft 22H
I has subpoenaed four was a good chance that they LawnmowerHEAD9UARTERS
YOU Dow Chemical 71 Southern Railway W%. persons and questioned them in would not.

Du Pont 241H Sperry 21 connections with the investigation. -
DON'T NEED I Eastern Air 29 Standard Oil (NJ) 77 FLORIDA STOCKS TORO PriestInsurance
Eastman Kodak 116<4 Studebaker II'. Today he scheduled to ,
Authoring .
Sales 4 *irvlc
A CRYSTAL BALL Ford Motor lilt Sunday DX 33% question 10 others who were Here are the 1 p.m. closings COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE
on Florida stocks as reportedby
General Electric Swift 44
TO SEI Francis I. duPont and Co.:
General Motors 79s* Teraco T0*. MacCalla planned to lit in MAKE LAWN MOWERS k
Gen Telephone 32 Texas Gulf! Sulphur 2141 on the hearings today He said Air Control Products II OUTBOARD MOTORS
ONLY IIAILEY FORD Georges'! Pacific S3Ti Union Carbide 1214 he would also present the findings Tampa Electric 25U Phone 293.4661HARVEY'S 373 3rd St. N.W.

Goodrich S2H V. S. Pipe 19' from his investigation to i Florida Telephone 25Vi MOWER will lit ve. t e.mpltf. In.u,..'*
HAS IT! Goodyear 42V4 U. S. Rubber 434V. the grand jury. Plant Industries 2P SERVICE .S"Mr.m (., yen I 1ft a friendly,
Oil 48 S. Steel IS --- ..
Gulf fete etc St. C1ll'." ........., t grt u. .'m..h.. r*.
Indian Head 15VI Warner Bros. Pic. 14H

Intl. Harr, 59 Western Union 34 .. MemorialMethodist II CY 3-1283
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"TOTAL""PERFORMANCE" Intl. Nickel 71H Westinghouse AB 30'. ,

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SUNDAY, JAN. 12. 7:30 'M I

104 I. CENTRAL AVE. CY 3-4111 !!' W. Central Ave. Phone CV 4-4211 I Chester Mann I CY 3.2191 124 3rd St. NoW.Pe .





Rev Ralph N.Faith MeAUliterOnenen Attend The Church Of Your Choice J2nd And BAPTIST Avenue GOld

sot S6th and Avenue M, NIT Lakeland Read

menq 10:00: S.m.-Sun. School Ed Wltney, Pastor
11:00: l.m.SlID.. Worship IU: a.m.-Sun. School
c'lIH1a 8:00 p.m,-Y.P.C. :Meeting 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

T 00 pra.-Evangelletio Meet. LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. lt5: p.m.-Trtlnlng Union
to. I 45 p.m.-Wid. Bible 1:00 !
: Study : p m -Evening WorihipMETHODIST

f. Rev Cernell Bruce Pastor FURNITURE CO.H Wlnltr! H.v.n FFurnlturt ,," REALTOR INSURANCI Charles Roberta Paetor

1:45: i.m.-Sun. School 1281SIr/ a B.t. 11:00 .m.-Morning Worship. .m. .l 0"I tlty ymlhiw"etk 1WCVI a Drtptrlei It 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School-
111 W Ceiitirf
T:00 p.m.-Iv ngeliiUe Serv. RIAL fJ; 8:00: m-Methodist YO' t b
Tuei.: t"ra. M Ave J, N.W. "- ;;: North .( Downtown City Park PIt*.. CT 4.J202 OP WINTER HAVCN ISTATI Fellowship .

I:00 p.m.-Mid.week service e.e S ,4 101 Greed Ave. N.W. Iambs FDJC. NUDI. .. 7:00 p.m.-Wed., Choir prie-

tire :
rNWOOD BETHEL 7 30 p.-First Wed t!* etch
ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'. "Flneer.Llekln', Good" Attend 1anI_ at the Chunk month. Women Society of
William D. Lee
The Rev.
el Ten CMto. Tkh Weak11P Christian Service
Pastor 2931802I ....
... ...
:45 i.m.-Sun. School ... .,, BEYMER MEMORIAL
11:00: i.m.-Morning Worship j> e* WELCO"MCWA.OONi" METHODIST, -

1:30: p.m.-Chrlit Ambauadori 4MtM ffh A TOO N Like Howard<< Drive
Service O Rev Leo F. Ring Pester

T 00 p.m.-EvinjelisUc Sen. '. ...""* -, I:30 a.m.-Worihip Service
Wed: ... ... .. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
T:00 p.m.-Priyer end Prilie ... .. .... 1:30: p.-Methodist Youth

Service of Fellowship
6th St., N.W. 274-2235 rhone 2t4-2tlf 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship
DUNDEE 730pmWedMldWeek:
Across Street From City Hill Service

Rev. Leland Holland The nursery will be open tor
See. Ralph Dlzon ill worship services
10:00: t.m.-Sun. School Publix Market
11:00 t.m.-Ministry of Word The PICTURE'S ST, JOHN'S METHODIST
745: p.m.-Evangeliitic Serv. UIGEI Rev William Tiffin,' Pastor
Wedt QUEEN F>IEllh 1 1 t ea rNoPOCote C.s'te Meeting In Activities Room ef

7A5: p.m.-Prayer Meeting .I1 Winter Iliven High School
] tr sY+t dr1ThI0 j _II.... 1:30: a,m.-Wonhlp Service
EAST SIDE e t \ ehoeetna 10:45: Im.-Sull. School
Dundee Highway, Like Region s0i et sawn SeN ,. 4 A'a I. A Nursery provided
1 Sub Division Ikt ",,",,"
William L. Spina, Pastor ELOISE METHODIST

10:00: .m.-Sun. School Rev Troy Httmiker
11:00: t.m.-Morning Worship Third Street
1:30: p.m.-Youth Service P 10:00: a,m.-Sun. School
d Sure it !sl I And you'relookinr
T 30 p.m.-Evtngeliitic Ser 11:00: a,m-Morning Worship
7:45: p.m.Thuri. Mid.week I- d at it right now. STARPRESSPRINTING 1:30: p.m.-MYFT
*rvlce : Most people get their pictures :30 ,.m-Evening Worship

f in the paper because FIRST
110 8th Street n 'I they've don lomethinj. Alfred

Leon Boswell Pastor 'e But not 11 I IUSINESS 'Church of The Lighted Cross"

IU: i.m.-Sun. School n I har n't done anything Rev Darold N. Storm

11:00: t.m.-Morning Worship "A1' I P q Not yet, that is. INDUSTRY ltS: a,m.-Church School
T:00 p.m.-Evening Worship (CAll Ages)
Tees: Tamna Electric Co. But one of these days GOVERNMENT Nursery clan during Chruch
I'm to do lath of
T:30 p.m.-C. A. Meeting School
Wed.: ,A +A s things Big thtngi. Great 11:00: a.m.-"Vorshlp Service

T:30 p.m.-Priyer Meeting ? ttr0" things Why, I might even Nursery during Morning Worship

NORTH GATE be President of the United
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD "L 5:00: p m.-Youth Fellowship
Comer of Ave. G, Znd, BE CITIES SERVICE States torn day.Want _"WIL" (Juniors, Jr High, Sr. High)

Rev. Emerson Jones Pastor to know why my 7:30 p,m.-Midweek Worship

] 10:00 I.m.-Sun. School WIt.,. plcture'i in the paper? .....lJfJfllt.. Informal Bible Study
11:00: e.m-Morning Worship [ 1:30: p,m.-Fellowship Supper
Because I'm of mflr.eeiv.a
rm ear ;; one '
6:30 p. .-Woman'i Million In ; \ .. Last Frl. each month
try Council >> A t ; lions of youngsters who>> --r'
!h. hurt. 4 ; The FREE METHODIST
I:30 p.m.-Evangellitlc ServT El v needs to grow up with
:SOpjn.-Chrlit Ambassadors COMPLITk rnuiMT aND faith, fortitude, character AMERICAN NATIONAL 29:j Like tiered lined
Wed. ALIONMINT Rev. ChadwIck Donnelly, Pastor
And w* bojs girl
T::V p.m.-MIdweek services, D.nnli' TownMKrf N. A. en r ? Rev Marlant Donnally,
testimonies special prayer 4thS NW CTII707 want you to com to> M.mb.r PDIC.Mk Associate Ptttor

t. Church next Sunday -and IC5: t,m. Sun. School

LAKE IDA to bring us with you. 11:00: a.m.-Worihip
Ber. Olin Luke Fitter BANK OP 4N" CenMy'l LMdI., 1:45: p m.-Chrlitltn Youth

Virgil Pope Supt. < CHEVROLET DEALER CruiideraI .
SO M a-m..-Sun, School, Bible LAKE ALFRED :45 p.m-Free M e t h 0 d 111
Study Aw' : e VOLUMI SELLING Youth

f U:00 ajnMorolng Worship! !4 r. v, e GOOD DEALS 7:311: p.m.-Evingellitlc Service
Ti45 pjav-Evenlng! Evenge-
'.,.....:f-- Rev. B. R. Blackburn Patter
':U pm.-Prayer meeting kpyrlghlldd/XebMAdwrfuinggervii.5.Slnu&urgVu. Chevrolet Center
....-. ._= 11:45: a.m.-Sun. School
BAPTISTDAViSTAR Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday MO era Sr I.W. CT1-1143 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worihlp
BAPTIST MEMIER FJ).I.C F I Kings 1 I Chronlclea Psalma Matthew ZphMiana, II Thesaalonlani II Peter 7 30 p.m.-Evening Wonhlp
Ker. Letter E. Miller, Filter 10:1.10 2910-19 92:1015 11:715 411-16 1:8-11 81418 Nursery available for Sun.

m"" IT.N. of Btrtow Air Bite School and morning worship

10:00 t.m.-Sun. School This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms 1:30: pm.-M.Y.F.
11:00 i in.-Morning
6:30 p.m-Trtlnlng Union FIRST PRESBYTERIINSixth
Service Your St at Ave G.. N.W.
T:45 p m-Evening THI WINTER HAVEN
STOREMorrlBOrl Rev. Jamea R.
Wed. ATTEND TIlE I Blackwood
7:45: p.m.Prayer. Bible Study ,.Ik 9 I .

DUNDEE BC k easy'::; CHURCH OF YOUR U : Of Commerce Rev.9:43 Robert a.m.-Sun Farrow. Church, Associate School

10:00: .m.-Sun. School D''Ilrtm."t' I '"' i 11:00: a.m-Morning Hour of
11:00 .m.-Morning Worship! stare ... CHOICE SUNDAY I 'aT Worship
1:30: p.sn.-Training Union si "aTetena __ T oo p,m.-Each Third Sua,
T:30 p.m.-Evening Evange I Preibyteera
j liiticT HOMIOF City Drug Co. Thrifty City : All KI".I Pulldlne! MaterialSI 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Men

:30 p.m:-Choir Practice QUALITY JIM SCOn. ..........1et "i FHA Financing Women Association
1111 ethSt, NW. CY 3.4121
Wed.: nuns:::i"iionu:: : Fifth, sw CY 3.2W 8:30: p,-Each Second Tuei

T:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1II1'II'a Council

Ross SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS June Mid wk Chapel Service
Rev Harry
Hev. R. W. Waterman Falter Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCH Rev J. G. Williams Pastor
10:00 i.m.-Sun. School 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School 18M Sixth Street NW Rev G. Blair McGarveyW Ave L, Near Sixth !It., NW (Mormon) 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship! 11:00: e,m.-Sun. School pupilsup 1(51 9th Street SE
11:00: a.m.-Preaching Rev. Ormond Wolfrem Paitor Fred Schopke Jr, 8.S. Supt. 11:00 Cypress Gardens Read
lt5 Training Union to 20 .'earl of age Elder James E. King, Bishop : a m -Morning Worship
: p m lake
1:15: p.m.-Training Union. IC5: a.m.-Sun. School 9:45 a m -Sun. School at Ina
7:30: .-Preaching Service 7::45 p.m.-Evening Wonhip. 10:43 a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a,m.-Church Services 1:30: a.m.-Priesthood 7:00 p.-Evening Worship Rev William II. Downey, Pastor
p Wed. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8:30: p.m.-Youth Groups 8:00: pm.-Wed., Testimony 11:30: a.m.-Tuei. Relief Society 7:30 p.m.-Tuea..Prayer Meet 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School

FIHST-OF ELOISE T:30 p.m.-Prayer ServiceHAVENDALE 1:15: Trilnln:: Union 6:30 p.m.-Adult Bible Study Meeting 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-Frl., Young Peo 11:00: a,m.-Morning Worship
Rev. Walter E Matheny, 7:30 Evening Service 7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. The Reading Room la locatedat 1:00: p,m.-Sicriment Meeting ple's Service 5:30: p,m.Junior, Senior High
Ptttor Wed. Ave. B and 2nd St, NW. No evening meeting first Sun Youth
7:30 end :
: Prayer Meeting groups
11:00: .m.-Morning Worahlp Rer. Douglas P. Jensen Pastor Bible Study 7:30 p.m.-Hour of Power of etch month JEIIOV AII'S WITNESSES 3:15: p,m.-Mon., Girl Scout
1:30: p,m._Training Union 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School CHURCH OF GOD Wed.: KINGDOM:< HAIL Troup No. 33
745: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 11:00 i.m.-Wonhip Service RIFLE RANGE prayer Avenue E, Ills Street, KW 7:30 p,m.-M.IA. 2211 2Hlh Street W, 1:45: pm.-Second Tuei, Men
7:00 p.m.-Trtining Union Rev. Melvla A. Gifford Thus i
CATHOLIC 1:00: p m.-Sun., Public talks Dinner
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service T 30 p.m-Evening Worship (Independent) 6T JOSEPH 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 9.30 t.m.-Primirles, Children 7::15 p,m.-Sun., Watchtower" 7:00 t,m. Wed.-Men's Break.
Wed. T:30 p.m.-Wed.-Prtyer Meet. R. Dale Simpson, Pastor The Rev Charles Anderson 11:00: a.m.-Morning Wonhlp 8.00 p,m.Tuts., "Your Will Be fast
45'p Bible Study 10:00: l.m.-5uD. School 7::00 p.m.-Evingellttie Serv.
7: m -Prayer, Pastor LAKEUSD Done on Farth Study 8:00: Pm.-Wed. Choir Re.
FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.:
Avenue M and eth, NW 730; .Thuri. leanal
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED Rev. Albert Carnets, Pastor 7:30 p,m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.-Young People 8. like Holllniiwnrth Dr. p Ministry
Sun M..e.-1:30: : 9.00, 11:00: Irwin Cutler Rabbi S hool I 7;00 p.m. Thuri. Boy Scout
FIRST-OF Morning Worship Wed Service
8:30: a m : Holy Day M.llea-7:00: S.00, 1:30: p,m.-Tbun., Serv Meet Troop No 563
10:00 ,
Pastor School
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Rev 1. W Campbell, 11:45: l.m.-8un. School 7 30 p.m.-Priyer Meeting Sat.1 m -
1:45: e.m.-Sun. School. 11:00: a.m-Morning Worship 900 First a Fr.m., 7 Mttiei-700:00 p.m. 1:30: p.m.-Pra'er Meeting Fri. 8,00 p,m.-Evening Sore. GRACE LUTHERAN TilE SALVATION' ARt.Y

I 11:00: .m.-Morning Worship 1:45: p.m-Trtining Union FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekday M asset:-7:30: am am Sit. 10:00: a.m.-Morning Ser 4th and Averse C, BE Ted fit. and Ave. T, NW
Training Union. .m.-Ev"ning Worship (Disciples of Christ) WEST WINTER HAVEN
1:15: e m- 8:00: p Rev August Bernthal Captain W. Whittle
Confession!:-Sat: Eve of Holy ST. PAIL'S: EP1S CHURCH: Pastor
7:30 p.m.-Evening W orihip. WedS .: Rev. James N. Barnett, Ptstor }4tb Street NWA. Officer In
11:15 .
Day too to 5:00-7:30 to 1:30 Seventh St L. : a m -Eun School
: : : : and Ave NW.
Wed: :30 p.m.-Mid week Prayer 9:30 a,m.-Bible School J. Duncan, Pastor 1:15: a,-Adult Bible Class 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
too: p.m.-Bible Study, Prayer 10:45: a,m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LARK 10:00 l.m.-8un. School. The Rev Rector C. N. Strrup 10:30: t.m.-Service of Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
1:45: ao -Sun School SOUTH SIDE Nursery CHURCH OF CHRISTL. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship IIOLY COMMUNIONFirst lt5: p.m.-Young Peoples Legion
11:00 i.-Morning Worship R. R. Malcolm Pastor 10:45 a.m.-Junior Church (forages B. Chut tin, Minister 1:00: p.m.-Evening Evange The Rev. J. G. Dowdy Sun. Each Month

lt5: p.m-Training Union Burney Cowden 8.S. Sopt. 4 through T) 10:00: t m.-Bible Study liitieTuei Aislsttnt TELEVISION"TIIIS 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship
1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship lt5: a.m.-Sun Bible School lt5: p.m.-Youth Choir Prae 11:00: a.m.-Preaching, Worship .t THE FIRST SUNDAY LS THE LIFE" Tues:
Wed.: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching lt5: p,m.-Chriitiin Youth 6:30 p.m.-Preaching 7:30 p,m.-Priyer Meeting AFTER EPIPHANY 1:30: a m.-.Channel 6 4:00: p.m.-Sunheima
7:30 p.m.-Mid.Week Prayer 7:00 p,m-Study clan for all Fellowship (Senior) Wed.: Thuri: 7:30 a.m.-Holy Eurhariat I 11:00: a -Channel 8 7:30 p.m-Ladiea Home
ages, Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed) 7:30 p.m.-Bible Study 1:30: p,m.-Young People En. 1:15: a,m.-Family Eucharist RADIO BROADCASTS League
FIRST-OF WAHNETA Road for[ men and women 1:45: p,m.-Evening WorshipWed detvor 11:00 a.m.-Morning Prayer and 10:55: t -Grace Sun. Sermon Wed.:
Rifle Range Evening Evange. .- dOTH ST. BAPTIST MISSION Sermon
1:00: p m.- 7 30 p,m.-Clrl Guards
WINT ((1360 kc
Rev. F. R. Rlghtmlre liitic Servo Broadcast WSIR 1:30: Im.-Lldi. Bible Class Rev H. T. Ward, Pastor ELOISE 7:00 m.-Feist of Light llc ) 7:43 p.m.-Pr. Meeting
: J Im.-Tho Lutheran Hour yer
lt5: a.m.-Sun. Service 1:00: p m.-Wed., Prayer MeetIng Chapel 9:45 a.m.-Sun. School Rev W E. Wright WEEKDAY SERVICES Frl:
WGTO &to ke
11:00 .m.-Morning Menage Bible Study 11:00: a.m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a.m.-Sun. School Wednesday: 1:30 ( ) Lutheran too: p.m.-Junior Choir
6:00 p.m.-Training\ Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7 00 Union 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
: pm.-Training 7:30 a.m.-Holy Eucharist WSIR ((1490 kc 7:oo p.m.-Boy Scouts
7:30 pjn.-Evening Sermon JAVPHTLL. Independent 8.00 pm.-Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.-Evening Worship Thursday! )
Wed.: Oventreet, Pastor 1900 Lake Bine Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: 12:00: Noon-D. of K 10:30: t m -Porttlt of Prayer SEVENTH,DAY ADVENTIST
7:30 p.ffl.-Mid.week prayer Comer of Recker Highway end Off Havendale Blvd 1t5: p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Prtyer Service (daily) WGTO (540 kc) 401 Ave. K, SE

service inspiration lUtfleld Road Delmar D. Debtnlt, Minister Wed.: Frt: IMMAMFL LUTHERAN ABIDING SAVIOR LUTHERAN George N. Wilson

Central Baptist Church I 9:43 l.m.-8un. School 9:30 m.-Bible School 7:30 p.m.-Bible Study 7.30 p,m.Young People Meet. 1441 34th fit, NW la Inwood (United Itttheraa Church Sat.:
A NW 11:00: a. -:Morning Worship 10 45 Rev. Richard C. Kuehne Pastor ) lIt5: a.m.-Sabbath School
Ave. : Morning Worship
Corner Sixth St. a m.- SITU STREET CHURCH: OF CENTRAL CHURCH "einporary Location
1:15 mTrainmg Union "FAMILY WORSHIP" 11:00: a.-Ti. Worship Service
: -
Pastor 6 30 Chrtititn Endeavor
Rer. R. D. Budges : p m.- OF CHRISTB 2300 llavendale Blvd.
7 30 p.m.-Evening Worship CHRIST 1:30: a.m.-Sun. School, Adult Sun. Television:
7 30
l.m.-Sun. School : p m.-Evening Service 9:flo m.-Sull. School
10:00 I Located between Ave. t It K J. Cbu .m. Minister Bible Study 12:00: noon-Channel I Faith
11:00 .m.-Morning. Worship PARKLAND BAPTIST Wed.: 14th St. NW, Winter" Haven 10'00 a,m.-Bible Study 10:13 a,m.-Sun! Divine Service 10:30: a,-Divine Worship '
6:30 p.m.-Pre service prayer IMC Eighth Street, SE 7:30 p m.-Mid week service Bryon B. Conley, Minister 11;00 a,m.-Worship Service The Rev. Chart Dlckson :fn.T1to:

7:30 p.m.Evtngelitt preaching Rev Gene Hitchcock Pastor Wed:Choir rehearsal Sun.: 1:30: p.m.-Evening Worship NON.DENOMINATIONALDIUVE.IN Pastor CY 1 SWS 930am-WSUV: (620)- The
I:00 p.m.-Wed., Prayer meetIng 1:45: p,m.-Juniora Bible Wed. CERVICES
t:49 a. .-Sun. School 10:00: a m.- : Voice of Prophecy
Bible atudyLAKE 1:15: p.m.-Senior i Service 7 Bible Sponsored by CHURCH OF NAZARENE
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship 11:00: a m -Worship :30pm- Study Tues:
ALFRED 6:43 p.-Tralnmg Union LAKELAND UNITY t,00 p, .-Evening Worship Methodist Men't Club at Out FIRST CHURCHMorton 7:30 p,m.-Prayer Meeting.
OF GOD Wed. door Drive In Theater Haven
ASSEMBLY : Seventh Adventist
1:00: p.m.Wor.hlpWed. -day Church
47S W. Halnc Blvd .: CHRIST CHURCH 7 30 p.m.-Mid.Week Service North Like Blue Drive and Dale Blvd, e cry Sun. S:30 a.m. 1:45: lm.-8uD. School
Chirck ef the "Dally Word"ODIta Ave Z. NW Rain shine 10:50 a.m.-Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE DUNDEE:
H. W. BUUlagiwortb, hater 7:30 ,n>.-Prayer meeting or
School p A. Meyer Minister LAKE REGION UNITARIAN Elder W. C. Chandler 1:15: p.m.-Adult Bible Study Jack Thomas Pastor
10:00: l.m.-8un. Worship METHOOMT Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. UMVIRSALIST FFLLOWSHIP 10:00: a.m-Bible Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBYTERIAN 1:15: p. .-Young People 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
11:00 .m.-Morning Ajnbiiitdori ELOISE-IRD: STREET Tuesday Music Club Lakeland 11:00: p.m.-Pretching Service I:13 p.m.-Junior Society .1:00 I: a.m.Morning Worship.
1:30: p.m.-Chrltt Service Rev Paul D. 8 1ihrr 421 E. Park it Success 3140 Troy Ave. S. of Glendale 7 00 p,m.-Preaching Service Rev. David E. Dletzel raster 7:00 p.m-Serv. of Evangelism 7:00 p.m.-Evening Worship
7 30 p.m.-Evening 10:00: a,m.-Church: School Sunday School: U a,m. 10:00: m.-Morning Worship Wed' 9.43 l.m.-5ua. School 7 30 p.m. Wed., Mid.'Veek Wed:

Wed 7 30 t pan.-Pmer. Bible Study 7 00 pj L-Evemni Worship Center 214 So. Iowa and Sun. School 7:00 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00 a.jn.-Morning Worship Service T:30 p.m.-Mid-We k ltl1trsot

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II Television In Review

By RICK DU BROW usually applies only to news
HOLLYWOOD (UPI-The funeral and editorial programs. But th

profusion It causing quite funeral people are obviously
miffed at having taken their
I flip with III demand that the lumps lately A "CBS Reports'

: federal Communication Commission program drawing on the book
grant It equal time bee "The American Way of Death'
cause of in episode of NBCTV' did their image no service. Nor
"Dr. Kildare." did a skit on the satirical special
The feeling, ai expected, l I. "That Was The Week That {
that it would be very surprising Was." yra
If ifl Involved But those Protests, however, have effecin t
who tend to dismiss the whole many cases. "The Untouch
furor with amusement became ables" series shied away from
a. of this reasoning are overlooking Italian gangsters after com
"kfk r 4'v the point that the complainant plaints of Italian citizens. So- ... ltl ..
may well make an Impacton called "stereotypes" in old radio .
: other shows that plan to deal series like "Abie's Irish
with their business. Even if Rose," "Amos 'n Andy" am
7I they do not get official backing, the "Luigi" program hastened
; It ii no secret that or.nlzed'prote.t their decline because of the sensitivities .
has an effect on net of a newer generationThe .
: work program
The episode that raised headaches Channel Swim: The third
for the Thursday night producer In recent months Is reported .
t "Kildare" series concerned undertaken quitting ABC-TV's Edie
i e who exploit death. Adams Show, which will
Tb members of the Los Ange canceled shortly The pr bea
lei Funeral Director Association gram's decline began when the
r which filed a petition with star's talented longtime producer -

the government agency, laid Barry Shear, resigned unhappily -

LAKE ALFRED POLICE DEPARTMENT-Newly-named, Assistant Police Chief Oliver that they portrayed and their as having colleagueswere the TO ATTEND STATE TEEN MEETING-Newly elected' member and officera of the

McKuhen' seated lift, met the other men In the department this week ,s he took over principal objective of capital-! will ABC-TV's continue Jimmy for at least Dean another Show. Winter Haven Junior Teen Council will attend the Florida Recreation Department's Teen

I hit pew duties. Ne" to him! It Chief Allen Lewis Standing, from left, Elmo Robbins, tog "upon the sadness, sorrow, half year On April 2, Workshop In Bradenton Saturday, according to Bill Moore, of the Winter Haven Recreation
James Arbuthnot' Ray Albertion, Don Ells end Floyd Mawk. Not present were Luther vulnerability and bereavementof when the alternating series of Department and director of the group. Members of the council are, seated, from I
Blenton, end Herald Williams Lewis and McKuhen era also fire chief end eiiiitant re a decedent'i family" As expected Miss Adams and Sid Caesarare left, Roberta Anderson, Linda Beasley, reporter; Moore, Elin Williams, secretary; Joan

spectively.Connally, _. _____ "Kildare" producer axed, Dean will move from Suttrell, and Kathy Price. Back row, from left, Reggie Whitehead Keith Uncapher, vice
Norman Felton replied, "we a t to (:30 p,m., EST starting president; David McCutcheon David Delk, Bill Hitchcock, and Rickey Sumner Not
were very clear to make the time Thursdays, and his hour shown Is Jim Vaughn, president
I Will Run AgainAUSTIN I Gov. Scranton point that this was not representative entry will fill the 10-10:30: slot
of all funeral directors they vacate ABC officially COULDN'T ESCAPE He leaped from nil vehicle and projected it through the air
Declines Active ," SYRACUSE N.Y. (UPI) with the intention of putting ai
confirmed that reruns of "En. in the direction of its owner
Tex. (UPI-Wound. for re-election as governor." Role What caused the flap was sign OToole" will move Into When his car stalled on the much distance aa possible between The car struck Weldin in the
He In RaceWASHINGTON that the "equal time" principle the f-9:30 period. railroad tracks and he spotted him and the crash. I
ed GOY John Connally predicted a Democratic
Texas side and he was taken to a ho-
a train bearing down on him, AU to no avail The 82-car
casually announced Thursdaybe weep of Texas next fill, but (UPI-Penn- Howard Weldin, 44, of Fulton, freight train slammed into Wei- pltal here with a aeverely
would leek reelection and refused to commit himself to lylvania'i Republican congressmen DAILY CROSSWORD wasted no time. dm'a car lifted it off the round bruised hip.

predicted that President John- new harmony that has sprung while agreeing to an uncommitted ----
ACROSS Narrow 2LPabu.L ,; ,
ion could carry Texas "60 to up between President Johnson delegation to the BhoYe way late. bus A 1 R n R 'Y 1 A P
40." and Sen. Ralph Yarborough, D- GOP National Convention, aPrlc. amine bird I HI 1 'J !
would be much happier if Gov 9,'l'urklah C. 29Ua U.& 1'Warp c. I"UUt
Connally, seriously injured by Tex. William W. Scranton actively President yam {, '
the lame sniper who assassinated "Their actions do not speak ought the presidential nomination. 10. cuJattoaI I. Btufte 15.1'nI1cIa (. A k r { KIT"U I
President John F. Kennedy, lor me," he said. close los S. Poeaesive eoln. w E
was asked at a news conference After poet pronoun I& Jen- \ n w n
One of the reasons underlying meeting Thursday, the "'I'' R '
13. Ascended L Astringent duvor
when he would announce his po issued I ,j ;
group a statement of its
President visit to U. State 01 fruit 28 Scold
litlcllntenUon.. intention I' RF rR U skc7Gn+ 7 lof
to support Scranton'iwishes serf L Jexamln t
Texas in November to beln6 a eon.
"I'll Just announce right now tensions between wings was of ease theDemocratic for an uncommitted dele U. Greek tIoIa .tanUJ( Y.......,.. Au...
gation. But, it urged the Pennsylvania letter .!*ace step 29 18UaIt.
party. Since the chief executive to become .Unateedy 1L Expose U. &. 17,Jew* Winter Haven
Nor. 22 assassination, Johnson an active contender by U.Through 15.Open: poet. President mOllUl
and Yarborough have met several the time the convention meets 12. Compass 1&.utrm&t1v. 11.Wood 2L Wan
JansenDyerANTIQUE times. The senator acknowledged polDtt vote man's oho. t.O..lCnrlld
"to permit his friends and
there had been supporters abbr. U rood b tl Grates river: pose2L
SHOW bard feelings between them prior to make proper overtures The Orient Invalids 15.Indllll' 4L Blllllden
In his behalf"Scranton
to Kennedy'i vl.lt.Conn.lly 11.Together 10.HI&1I shelter U. SpeaJcn.
AND SALE laid he was complimented ,. .Work pried 18.Loiter ... SwabS
hit arm still In >
and appreciated theconlre..men'l 10.'A lilt
sling from a bullet that ripped r 1 8
sentiments. But, oft'PI : y: :
Lakeland CIvtc Center r
through his body, arm and em he repeated his Intention not to Jumbled
,Jan 10, 11, and 12 bedded In his leg, said he hoped be a candidate, nor do anythingto t 9 10 "lI
nobody would oppose him In the become Ptsrchus The Specialized nd Loafs Meoel
(II I PM t.10 PM Daily Democratic primary one. : 18tht1.a.j of Saving t
The delegation statement apparently -
40 EXHIBITS 1 regain a lot of strength was made to force I, c r 14 IS' I.
each day," Connally said "but
Scranton to take a position ai g0.Consents
still get tired." a candidate u. U.D.4a 11 IS
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-Daly Gifford Joins Dundee Says Clay Daniels Takes I SEC Confab Expected. I

Mef SPORTS East Squad Foi 4 Better Than Liston 10 Stroke LeadIn To Be Real Hassle : -.. .: I

All-Star GameLOS By OSCAR FRALEY statement ii one designed to SeniorsST i By DUin M. MOFFIT mid a Chung ran be expected..

I ITI SporU Writer hypo the ticket tale I'PI Sport Writer in the icholanhlp rule. ";'"T

MIAMI (UPli) Cstalus Clay "All I bane" It on," "he. tart, ATLANTA ItTPIVou) canfeel "That rule barely ttuHive--
ANGELES (VPI) Sea cras'I l through the ropes PETERSBURG (UPIAtM
Blue Devils Tackle caned Fr- Gifford of tht: I my against Sonny baton t aa a long "it the fart that I think City Dexter Damela ia the atrip- (the apprehension In the air last )',ar'. meeting" in Abets 't.!

pro ; hot when they inert it Miami Is the bent fighter I ever saw" ling of the Sunroait Seniors at the annual Southeastern Conference and the Increased prtisure

New York Giant Joined till Beach Convention Hall Feb.: Dundee who it ro'promoterof Golf Tournament, and has a 10- meeting approaches; brought on during the pas),yeas
East squad today In a prartin I stroke/ lead al the halfway point
for the heavyweight I title but there.
the bout along with Bill MIC- nothing you can indicates a change Ii very like-
session for Sunday' Pro Bow I Chris Dundee. asserted to show It I .2
Ft. promoter Donald, Miami really put your finger on ly" Moore said '
Myers Tonight game at the Memorial CoIl e'' today he should be the fivorlte predicts Danlela, Winter Haven and j
Foolbal flatly that Cit'lut will There hive been rumors over The commissioner ll'ted
um the National Maybe you think t promoter the defending champion, had a pr -'
League' battle of All-Star*. should be Impirtill But Pun- pull ont of the biggest upsets" ia 1III-oVfr-par 71 Thursday to go I the pint 12 months that several that the total 1 of 140 will be don 4

By BOB HAVILAND Ion game of the season, take Gifford was named Thuradaj, dee, who has anent his life len boxing history and defeat Litton with hit opening round TO and member are dusatii.r'led with away with and a yearly limit e*>43H

Sports Editor Ft Myer tonight in a game to fill a vacancy created o the boxing business, shrugs hit was solidly In front of the field the 12 school league and Just to 40 will. be flt.bUlhol4.--3
The Winter Haven High 1 be Coach Allie Sherman' team shoulders and denies that hi. with 1154 for U holes "
I to played in the high schools
School eager, hopeful they can became of a twitted knee tuf "I've liked City since the first Tied for second at 152 were might go Independent If thing stead. "vl:

snake a scoring jinx that b. gymnasium. I fered by flanker Buddy Dial time I saw him" be explami. Roy Moore of St Petersburg. don go their way at this jear i Georgia Tech coach Bobby '

plagued them during the first t The Blue Devils have yet to Dial who was traded from Rosburg Holds Put there are a lot of factors with i T2 Thursday, and C J. meeting hi* been the ringleader hi trying .<

register 60 points oo the scoreboard I the Pittsburgh Steelert to Dal: people overlook The first one Farley of East Grand Rapid. The annual confab ii iched- to get a 40 year Unit

in one game but came lat at the staion'i end, waitent Ii that they forget Clay had )M Mich., with a 76 Moore was sated for Atlanta from the afternoon Thii would rain the total to 200,
I Lose within two of that mark la95S8 a to his Houston home for out of the top 11 with his to In of Jan. 22 through the what with red.shirting, but *
Gophers defeat to BradentonMantee. treatment of Mi Injury Incurredin Stroke Lead At amateur fightt That meant he the opening round but Jumped i i morning of the 25h( with moll course the usual drop-ouL. $+. "
all kinds
practice Thursday, against olllyl.1Ind up among the leaden with hn of the work, and the disigree.I predation would keep tt nwrr-
With opponents clicking off Dial will be replaced In the you can't buy this type of Improving golf Thuriday Moore ment, picked Into sessions on what lower thin thla. ..*.

To Lake Wales points with relative; ease, the : It.rtlnlin"up by Bobby Mitchell I experience He't been around a and Farley are both Tl. Thurtday and Friday, Jan Ai It now It and., If a school
Winter HanD scoring punch I II of the Washington Redskin. San Diego OpenSAN king time and I it a real pro. I I 23.24, hit a full load of ,rant.1JI'11t.;..:
I must move into high gear if a : St 1 )ul.' 25.yeac-old quarter. "On top of that. avows Dundee BC ACOllRF:!! RIGHT Biggest conflict In I the texen players sod only a few im Um -.<

Villa CI an"r'l Golden Copter win is to be salvaged tonight bark Charley Johnson will head with whit tppeiri to be NEW YORK (UPI) The idle conference ronlinuri to he it kill recruiting for the foTW*""*

bad their tcaion record One of the surprises in the I the starting backfield for the DIEGO, Calif. (UPIV- firm conviction and no "con"aimed I American Broadcasting mll"1 over recruiting. Georgia Tech lag yes',
tt luring "I
evened off at 2.2 point production Tuesday wit ,I II East, which alto Include fullback ny (ABC) plant to have former doesn like the present limitation Dodd hn gone on record at
Tuesday night: There hone for courses think thit
are hit the to
Lake Wale I Mike Page 16 point, high on : Jim Brown of the Cleveland speed heavyweight: boxing champion of 140 football basketball saying (hit hn school cannot/
at copped a 101U
basketball contest In the Devil card, Page 1* sophomore Brown and halfback Tim and putting expert for big beat this fellow Uston never Rocky Harrison at a guest scholarships and Techander. live with' the 140 total Tec*.

a game played at Lake victory Vales. scrappy, and : excellent Brown of the Philadelphia green I hat fought." a guy with Clay'sspeed commentator for Hi exclusive bill and Tuline held a clique sources have Indicated that thin

The Gopher going Into the ball handler. The It point Eagle<< So today, Bob Rotburg, one That's net .11 either the I radio coverage of the Sonny which wind tougher and more problem could he the MUlyit
he netud during the Hurricine Welt Coach George Hala the sa it.'w 1.I'on.Ca..lu.' Clay title fight: at uniform entrance requirement that drives Tech from th>"Jl
third period trailing by a 43- of golf all time greatest on black hslred. Dundee
: contest could be Just what thedoctor Thursday nominated veteran sees Miami Beach, Fla., Feb 25. There wi i recent report out year-old conference.
count matched "
32 the home greens, It leading! the 130,000 "Remember, this too, he
ordered. with of the Baltimore of Nework of the I There were taken it lilt
I Coupled Johnny Unitil ABC President Robert Pauley scene an atepa
team almost point for point In San Diego Open golf tourn points nut" "that will be
the second half but could not ,, anothero p from o re gas end, Rick_- .out at nit starling quiner- men!. At least that wai the iiuatioo bigger thin Uston Clay Most people' rhurtday announced the aequlution null CAA meeting, that SEC year'i meeting toward ttindinl'j i
the tint Anderson, the most consistent I back, but added that he will altcrnate of the broadcast right<< *, Commissioner! Bernie Moor lung entrance requirement" -*
itinti deficit this
overcome at of early morninRoiburf overlook this but Clay ii six
--- -- --- ---
bill Bear ----
player on the team, the hit own Chicago
I former PGA champion feet, two and on..hllf Inches
guard positions now in good Wade, with
are tignalcaller, Billy
who hain't won a title ill tall which ghei him height :
High point man for Villa was' stead << s
especially consideringhead Unite by quarter.
Charlie Morgan with 24. Jame* leas three yean, fired\ a four-unde advant'< coach Jack Deedrick Unitai, awarded the ProBowl'
Hargrove dumped in 19, Mike par M Thursday to take a oneS 78-inch reach which Isn't going
Gordon Coppage (another sophomore George Slats* Trophy THERE ARE
Poter 15, and Robert Scott 15. I stroke lead over the field. to give Uston much the best of
guard) in reserve. backed fullback
twice, will be by J
The Lake Wales onslaught wailed But 30 golfer were caught b)' It And, while si 205 he'll be
Going into tonight' Jim of the Green
by Albert Hawkins and Taylor the darknes and were unable outweighted he'll be able to
team must solve the problem halfback( Tommy
Jamea Bradley, each netting Bay Packen. to finish their round Among move around Holes" NO
the front.
men up Mason of Minnesota and flanker
M point Other Lake Wale those ttlll on the link when Dundee may have trouble 'f'II.
Junior lefty Gary McDaniel has -
of Detroit
players In double figure Included Terry Ban night closed In were Jerry B.r. lug that to those who taw Union
got the call for one forward position coached for the ,
West I
Bobby Parker 13, Normal The her and Frank Beard, who had< decimate Floyd Patterson twice
McNeil 12, and Earl High- with senior Bobby Davis Downa at fint time by Hiln, 1* rated a6Yt 33*, and Dow Finnterwald, who In one hut but It must be admitted WhiteElephants 'g"
or sophomore George
smith 11. fie other forward spot. At center point favorite.Tennis had a 34. There were 27 other that Dundee hat qu.llfl.I'I

The Gophers will play their will be either Rick Robes still out who tee off this morning catmnt as an expert. \ 'I
first home time tonight with both before regular play open As a youngster<< he tried' coal
son or Jerry Baxter,
Plant City Visiting. Game timeIs seniors. Classes And the chances are that the at s aerond for his elder broth. t

8 p.m. at Jewett high School The Winter Haven quintette green will be Icy again and er, Joe, who wit a rough, long

gym. I II 0.6 In Western Conference action start of play will be delajed an welterweight out of South Phil. at.
and ().I1 In all games, Ft. hour or to today a* it was adelphlt. Dundee, one of fine t

Is working on I three. SaturdayThe Thurtdiy. brothers, worked with Tomm
Gators Defeat Same Mjers winning streak. Begin The green at the Ranch Loughria and Benny Ban and, VILLA

Bernardo course are among the becoming I manger In 192S,

National Hockey LeagueBy second session of Instructional largest In the world, and thi. went on to pilot Midge Wotgism
the flyweight title and Ken!
United Press International tennis daises for adults may hive played Into ROAbur1'1h.nd.
Miami 11 -91r While others were three Overlla to the middleweight LUMBER
W. L.T. PtiCF GA and those between the ages crova
Chicago 21 11.. 4t 125 M 10 and IS will get under way beginning I putting from at far away at 200 Dundee tttrted promoting It
feet, Roiburg wai knocking 1putti
GAINESVILLE: (UPI) Flo Toronto 20 11 8 48 109 87 Saturday. I from all Norfolk, Va., In 1910 and has

rida' Gator held down Rick Montreal 19 115. 48 122 102 I Saturday morning the younger I "I was horrible over en that tee," promoted at Miami Beach Convention That's right! We don't hand!
Birry'i chief assistant and outplayed Detroit 14 11.7 35 93 110 act will tipi up either from said Hall, where the Uston
r the former Stanford lnverslty
rival Miami under the New York 12 20 8 SO 110 125 10 to 11 for intermediate and liar who la 37 oU, City bout will be allied, tine white) lephanli, but, we do
board and on the floor Thun Boston 7 23 8 22 75 120 advanced players or 11 until 1 12 I yean I it opened in IBM. Two years
"I hit only three good drive have the bIggest values In
Thuraday's Remits for all beginner later he florida'a fin
diy night for a 114-91 basketball all day, but I kept In bound. put on
New York 5 Boston I On Monday beginning at 7,30; mixed when
fight Bobby Dyke
(victory that let a new point and that helped" town You get money's ...
record for the ham gymnasium Detroit 8 Chicago 1 p,m. the adult beginner will Tied for second behind met Kid Gavllan. your

Barry, Miami's nationally register and on Wednesday the Roiburg were Tony place Lema It could be speculated that, I If most In efficiency and uti'tfac* 4
ranked point collector, was on MATCH IS SETPHILADELPHIA Intermediate players will begin. Clay won, Dundee might w,11hlVl
form with 37 Thursday night. (UPI) Both adult clatse are held National glamor boy of the 1M3 tour. an Inside track on hit fu tion when you buy then famous
Open champion Julius
But Gator guard Brooks Hen. Stanley (Kitten) Hayward and I from 130; to 9.Registration I turf championship produetlnni
demon held John Dampier, Dick Turner will meet In a 10- I fee for adult I I.I I. Borot; and i fellow named Thus you couldn't hardly bums

Miami' other consistent high round welterweight bout on I $3( and !those IS ind under $%. Charles Coody, who Itn't very the man Mr wishful thinking, on

scorer to seven point in a Monday, Jan. 13. Former The number participating 11 well known outside his Dative top of which the fight la being

man to man defensive battle I heavyweight contender Dan limited state of TexssAt held on Dundee birthday,

Henderson also led the Gator j Bucceronl Is training! Hayward I For further Information call M came British PGA There dill It a definite feel 1 :
with 28 point for the fight CY 41000. champion Peter Butler, making log<< In this corner, however, thaiJtton'i I1J
his first fling at golf In United hammy flits will spoil I

Statct son and Cinarllin-i mmklL'. George .Kiuirf.-- 'h.w'w.American.u"Liaised..1.h..I.'" ..Fren.un..Hockey.. InlenntlMilElilem LeagueBy ml[ ]

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tram 11m. <..rtrhi) 1m-
POlftl l nH MimlR 171Hi and their wives howl this week-
'h tam. icrla .nil. nbH Muila MMOllitr
Nut weekend the league
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114 ::1ft' Norman Hnlli' 110 will bowl at Florida Lanes Inakelanl

f;*orr..Wk ih tni>1rk, .Clyde r. 311 *Tlllm jnt. DmiiH" JM-, Moore Paint roller-end. Hooks for pe9. Black A Decker -

THIS Bob Cams, yoMOOSI. Anyone SI year of Igor orolder paints: $MI tray seta; $ l.2f up KtH< all typed| power teelit'
and in
LZAGVX gel 2e up $11.17
up ups
w t Old Timer league, should
WEEK j r rowmn.lrtt Dairla' FHnllne ettoor..a aav. I'4' rail urk Harrison" CY 111".

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fk>m Benin 2 4M )*!,, < beautiful winter lawn. i
I:. Wranr 171 4-xi vi Wlnur Hen Tru Tem Pine ( 1.4" sawhorse
6.ft. garden flooring
.' laundry 1 4t T lat?. D Jtlc i stepladder; er } | Jiffy

t ItIII V.ld.114., tXIrix 4 4N 1424 f. DOTYFARM sturdy quality; $6.69 tools: $.95 up from 4c lin. ft. up brackets; f 1.71

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.q HAVEN FLORIDA Friefav.. Januarv, 10.- T95II .

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(I i-r) Announcements ,,2)) Help Wanted ( ) Automotive 1) 7 I I ((10)I ) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale ((12)) For Rent Furn.

Decorated WANTED P....."nobI. C-nt
Beautifully "r woman for writ por no Just A Sample of USED TV SETS Ai b Take IN-TOWN LIVING
time woik For ....r""nal CHECK your pick. 110.00 laC''". JnhneonAppliance.
Reiwt Str.wH.ndb.gs call Mr. Rued no later than BELOW FOR THE Lax Alfnd. r>1139
lllh 4.00 The S-TF tpadoua and spotless one bedroom
t'alila Winter Haven. Many Clean and efficiency apartment

-WANTED hoiwekeeper-- '-to -llv LOCAL ANTIQUE of drawer Bed*, night complete stand.-marble Cleat completely: furnished including -
t. D. Hardy. Halne Clll Appliances lop lamp. Platform rocker. In garage. Short walk to

a-4e.: family 114 year. Encellent con everything. Moderate yearly

to $25.00JLLMVA PEST CONTROL $ I We Have In StockALL dition. $300 110. Phone Indian Uk and seasonal ratei.
$18.98 SALESMEN SAVE Eitatn HIM, Mr. R. F Parllnr
Experience helpful' Nallnn MONEY SAVE 4-10

w 3BI New Auburndal ALL ADMIRAL PRODUCTS 714-18 6th St., NW 294-2787
Lakeland. CALL TODAY TELEVISIONS Appliance. New Stereo Record
Player, TV Radio, Etc.': 19.TP'
ZENITH PORTABLE TV. New Set SAVE!: 36 la 60%. IBM Up.
((2-8)) Loans $1,000 Up Warranty Wa 1161.cuRTis""aiATHis""ar WAREHOUSE FURNITURE ON CHAIN of LAKES. duplex...
COTTAGE SHOP Beer .. ........ I10M5Tabl SALES. 13 4th St.. NW. 1-10 Accommodate 1 to 4 persona

MO Cyprus Gardeoi Road ALUMINUM TELEVISION Model' ....... .. ........ 1100 00 JAMISON Hld-a-Beit. ISO 00 Anrui I ly Swimmingfuhlnf and monthly rate, hooting Reasonable.' W.....

Open_I A.M. til 1 P.M. NEED CASH ? CAPEHART tr :.wJ" IMM 36.. mm camera 130: 00. Girl bike Apply Sierra Court Motel CY
-- Pickard's $ ,. 110.00. 303-7484. 1-10 4-2/j)4( I-Tr

lat Mortgagei SCREEN ENCLOSURE: AWN- I JORDAN'S TV BALES t. WASHERS: OVER ituffed living room chair*.
2nd MortgageaAlso INtIS ALUMINUM DISCOUNT NORTH GATE Good .h.... and mllO. Ilem.. 112 Week. and apartment downtown.
Agreements of S I Special SALES co. INC CY wssi 231 CENTER' WESTrNGHOUSR: Laundromat lib 81.. NW. at-21:11. 10-13 onabl CY or month.4-16U1. Vary ale. Era*.
lib St., 8Vf u-ia 13 Phnn JH3-S502: Rep",,. R... U8. IOn.12950 l00TJ'I
1t0Ud., bought, sold or arranged FASTEST WESTINGHOUSE: Space Mate ANTIQUE Wine Back Chair '
FIRST MORTGAGE RAMBLER Deluie Wago TV SERvIcE Wher "' '' ''' ... ..................... 121M Picture frame, While oil \lam 'a Adult BEDROOM lurnl.hed hou.;.
White with blue interior, O E FillerFloWESTINGHOUSS I6IH and many other article I Call CY only. Inquire at Lake Ida
Specl.1 OF WINTER HAVEN QUALITY CLEAN CARS "' 4-4131. After 1.00 p.m. CY 1-7313 Grocery er call 23-1677. 1-TF
radio heater, power atee Laundrom ..._. 138.1 S-TF
< 519 Central Ave. CY
Cold Ways brakes whitewall BEDROOM with kitchenette and
power ,
tirei. Factory air CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bunk financing. .. RANGES: 11 .,.MOVINO.. ft. 3 -compartment MUST SELL chert 113.00 bath per All week.utllltle. *Call CY.. ,.l-HWl"

(1:11[: ] Sitiation WantedEXPERIENCED condition Low mileage RAM AUTO SALES. 161 HOTPOINT freeier, "'O 00. 35 feet of 3D" fenc- 10-13
Apt. Pies 121 tI!
$9.95 SL, SVf. 294-1174. W... I FINE UPHOLSTERING ins 16 4 ft. creosote pole,
: M" WIZARD GAS Ran** .. IM: 115 136.00.: W3-I644. Vli(10A ONE! Newly Decorated funtlthed
'LOOK $1795 PERT labrle RKFINISHINO.election.: 30" FRIUIDAIRK Ranx 16116 a..rtm.nt&, M AveBut B. SE.!:
bookkeeper VACUUM CLEANER HEATER, Coleman foci nil slain- CY .1008. IT-Tr
Mt of book. to keep. at HOLSTER SHOP 214 REFRIGERATORS: lens .t..l tank. thrrmostat. fan,
Cooper CY l-3.ri91! after I 00 p.m. PinckneyOldsmobile 811:. CY 1-2710 Day-Nlfht 10000 lITU. E.c.lI.nt rondltlnn. lIVE room apartm.llt fuml.b." or
\Yete --. -- Deo. FRtonJAIRB H cu. ft. Frwier 90.00. WO 1-2660. Aokorndalo 5.10 unfurnivhe4. Can b.
seen at 1124
Limited Tim* WOULD like hounework. on PARTS *. SERVICE for Kirby _Like!. ...New. _. ._"".... .. """ '" (1395: 7th at.. SW. 1-10
day Wednesday and Hoover, F.Iectrolui: will all olbir. KKIV1NATOK 10 CU. ft. Ref. 14 M
-, Call CY S-1839 Today Call CY I-7463. rn pickup. delivery and .itl- PHIIXX 10 CU. ft. Rn ... 93005 (I ) Boats & Motors 3-BEDEI.tQMfurninhed apartment
Painting GIBSON 11 ru. ft. Ret. .... 14116 on Lak Silver .
:.'Ctutry Club Beauty Saloi Used Car Lot main REYNOLDS VACUUM WESTINGHOUSE. S cu. ft. on ate Drive. I medlCT

1615 Dundee Road HANDICAPPED man would CLEANER 1KB VICE. Phone RepairingL R.'. .... .. .. ..... .. ...? 134 H 1-12l1O.occupanc M77B T CY
typing 10 d. In hom. CY of 3rd St. at the CY WHIM. Ml 1-TF
16" CARTER Kraft wlndihleld, top,
tower .... 293-7847 TEMS UP TO 24 MONTHS ileep two built-in tablet, two TOURIST LAKKFRONT FUR-
WANTED A Job a* a maid folding chair, 16 HP Johnnon, motor NISHED APARTMENT. Utllllle
; NOTICEGoodyear I do day'. work E."rl.nc.d! .1G- DAY NURSERY J. McCOY Tip.T TV & Appliances control, tank battery, falortrailer. terluded. Av.ll.ble January I 15 th.
.,. Call CY 1-3682. manship ait. clean and Op Like new 11060 coat Weekly rate. aonabla. 3I3-74AK.
abl. Phone CY HMO. Ave. D t 5th St., NW. 293.3291 13300.00. R. F. Oirllnr. Indian 10-11
Service HAPPY TIMB NURSERY Btrwi, Jan-Fbyl VUlag Lake E.tRtei, Fla Phone Indian
CAR 1943 TM Triumph. 1-12 1 to 1 BEDROOM
(4)) Lost & Found Will finance. Sea at 3800 hat 430 Av*. C SECT Lak* 3-11M. no .. Furnlihed. house._ Unfurnl.hed.A apartwent -

Store .NW.. Airport Road I-Tr Jim OUR M2OT MOTTO SWIMMING USED REFRIGERATORS . 14' PLYWOOD boot with trailer a Yearly ESTATE.-! Seasonal.CY ATKINS REAl.

LOST key. In vicInity of fort I, Tender LOT. A Car Ranr Wuher Dryer 10 HP motor. 11110. CY 9-0664.10-13 4-1111. HJaB. 11

New Hours I floe Reward. Return to AT.PONTIAC PB.Moor 1957 HT Pontiac Trl-now 4- 15-TF Freeier TV Set It....... H EVINRUDE II' elan. boot sod A VILLAGE OF GARDEN!: '

I t Chief. : :;; 34.t.ST... 1C.. FB CY MMX CLEAR PURE! Also" Air Conditioner Reconditioned Color trall.r. Aching 1800 00. amat APARTMENTS FOR PARTICULAR -
fully KuarantMd. Term. 10S Lake aecro Dr. rail I'IWPI.I': 1. 2 A I bedroom.
4-I71X 10-1 or
: 1:31: .... to 1:3 p.m. JACK 4 JILL NURSERY sin and autonutlo From 1216 ft Up. JOHNSON CY 1-79.. 112I BOWEN MOTOR LODGE Hwy.

Every day but I ((5)) House Trailers Wagon" Monday Month thru- I Saturday Y.ar. er POOLS* Phone CY 1-79M.anytime APPLIANCES Lake Alfred North. : Ilj

FRIDAY lM: a.m. U MERCURY Station 131 Ar*. C. S.E. Phone 172-113 BItes 17.1690. CLEAN. neat furnished
y of SPOOrand: ...um. S 11-TF (I II-A) For Rent Unf. 1-bedroom
T:0 p.m. of 138 31 n* month CY I-14U .apartment Adult*. Seasonal or
1M3 WINDSOR Quality P. S.. PB FR :1-1411 boo m.2rSt' .9u'rt' neighborhood.
horn 10' x 66' m bath, 10 no I no' 281! S-TF HEARING CY 2463 Av. C. 8W. 10-TF
a.m. p.m.
: :: \
I 712a living. room, all art ui on i .... Lak All...". 1-16 GOOD USED Tw. bdr. with bug glaiied TWO *
lakefront lot on Lak and 1
ready to llv* In. Sandy : REWEAVINGMy porch. Oak noon, furnace heat room apartment. Furnlehed and
ALcoHOLrrs ANONYMOUS' ; Trollop j Court. Hwy. 13 POLK HEARING NAME BRAND 22N 11th St. NW. $91.00 un"'ml.b.d. Phone CY Wan.2W..
3H1447MMInK. from Winter Haven Coktr Bid,. *5 Sod per ... It
1'u.oct., 1:11: P.M. Ceraldln* Green phon Phnn 2M-1693 month.
of dale WO 7-4033 for ProfeMlon 15 v.ar. with own BALES REFRIGERATORS Noun Trailer ""n LAKEFRONT. Jbedrnom
County Health Departmenttrd 7 00 call winter Denver. Colo. Ruhr May, WASHERS 14000 month 3234 Co.
*rter p.m. Two bdr.
ofthln't 121 Ave.
8L and AT. D. NW 173-1337. 22 .. NB. Phoa :23-4694. 7-11 REPAIRS Rdge S55.0 nina Drive: CY M443, CY Mill.
t P.O. Bo 1014 Ji Plus per month 10-13
Electric used Mdse.
t CLASSIFIED DISPLAY room 10' i 43' Excellent Repairs Alterations Dan $ ALL CAN BE PURCHASEDON apartment. Kitchen privilege*
Call CY 4-1331. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. J INS. TV and phon CY 4-2721. l-ll

FOR SALE W fumUh'd "" ALTERATIONS GEn BBSCLTS "Goodyear offers more in 'M" 175 W. Central 291-4114 COTTAGE on Lake Plere Real.pump .
,, J..Jr, Trailer and rahana. ... REPAIRSFlorida Tat TU tOW ('O television ticking pier
lee James William., Lak Room Aluminum Dl 7-9-10 boat Runt for leaion. Can ctNICE
a--- DODGE LANCER 770" count Balei Co. Inc. CY 3-6694. ...
Trailer Park. iritvici & :
S mm9..lky --- -- 4 DR. Std. Trans., Radio 231 Ilk 8t, SW. 11-Jaa 12 ......TiUBSERVICE LOW COST. RENT TO REALLY I :
MOmi.E HOMES RESPONSIBLE COUPLE OR furnlthed apartment. tRIll.tin.
W.... sad NEW A USED TRAILERS & Heater. SMALL FAMILY. 1-BEDROOM rmf' 14w hoepita
Trail for soothing of .. 41 STORE PRAMS! HOUSE. 1 BLOCKS Phone CT 10-1

I ftOl .A..I.. .. CM i T-ll ) For Sale or Rent
1 17 STATE ED. 640 Phone factory air cond. -, -- PHONE CT; HlIO AlTER: 400
: P.M. .IU

e-ROOM lIeu. and bath acn.. FOR SALE/RENT ,
Must soil WAUON. SM t-be"_
M-AJ I ) Instructions CHEVROLET Biscayne Bill! Ray M10 O4ovendol.Blvd. HI a Chain 25 to chooi from Cherry Pocket Fleh "amp. hardwood floor, relied heat.
(5-A) Moving & Moving from. SAVE 60%. 191 M. 15.00Down Canal to dork, boat to Lake Pierre. a month Call Ken Dubs. Wl.
4 Dr. Std Tram., CY Min J
WANTED Cia.. A mrchanle to 12 M p.r weak WARB- 131.00 month. CaU CY H4M. 10-13
Radio & Heater. work oa commlulon bail. No HOUSE rURNTTURK: CO. U lib 17-Jaa.H
ARE YOU IN A RUT START IMPERIAL MOVING A heavy duty work. Writ. Box A-137 Bt.. NW. HQ 2711 Avenue J, NW. I bedroom iso i
THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT Prompt and fflclcnt .. VALIANT 200" 4 Dr. % Nw.<'hl.I. name, add....., t.l- Vacating furnished home. Built-in oren *
176.00.' Realty Co. )
rang Beatley Mortgage Loans
all moving need. J7(8)! phone number, n>r rnncM. Good nportunlly -
your Auto. Trans. R&H. llTI'I CV 1-TF
I Sedan tor the right mae. 10-13 134 4ta Street. NW. 1-3767.
1-41M for Iron CASH
;Xak a reeolutlon now to enroll Ia ,
I A ent. for Alias Vai Llnei. One owner. Extra Clean DRIVE-IN rrMaurant for r...nt. Warehouse I BEDROOM HOUSE CloM-ln .
WINTER HAVEN wnrlnr all to .t.t... References in' titred Good location. Son month.. Dan Winter. builder.
BUSINESS COLLEGE DODGE DART DR. awn ATS. 0, NW. CT 4.2920, 10.18(9A This li the final saleS FOR YOURGood CY 4-1215.1-1433 Jrry Mardl 21-TI CY
j, Sedan On owner 29 Yean Residential

WINTER' TERM BEGINS ((6)) Special Services Low Mileage. PIECE SECTIONAL, used furniture sod appliances I-BEDROOM newly redecorated.

JANUARY 13, Hentrlal. ( ) Furniture cushions and back .. a Kitchen month. CY furnlnhed.1-7383. Jan-Pbyl.M-TF 2"B Mortgage Loans

in end tables. Good i

$*wwh I tiught. Accounting.IIv.). and IBM typIng Key: ALTERATIONS, Blind otlt Floyd DININO TABlE .nd 4 chain with dition . . . . i CaU Collect 13-3377 Lakeland S-ll 131 Carroll Ay.. 'atove IW and- I refrieere b.dmstmunfumniehed . makes monthly
: ( Ic. modem equipment :3010 HI pod and china cabinet. :383-8x7!
fter.4. Call flow or go 5pp top 17& 00 monthly Alherton
toa.3843160. or come by NW. CY 1-7554. Mr. I Motors after' I W ,.m. or >e* at 1MO Nth 1 PIECE HI-BACK Realty 641 W. Central Aye. payments easier .
Srhoer. Bt.. 1m. H2 RUBBER STAMP For cheek CY 4-3214. .-.TrI we represent National In-
Your Dodge Dealer AL with arms . . -
WINTER I ndorMmmt signature > iurince Companies Sivingi .
Zen YOU NEED BRICK 1-410 BR. I bath horn with 0 E. ,
6th St. SW CY
other .
BUSINESS COLLEGE TO BUII.D A PLANTER Articles For Sale SOFABED Good Durpon also" dating aim It Loan Funds
. U2 ((10)) ? itamp ...1. pocketlanp built-in rang a oven ;
633 Avenue B. NW 13 CY BF.CUK 1-3HKI.: OR PATIO? tion .. . . *. STAR PRESS Phon CY breakfaet".I .ntlal bar.......Lane Walklnx lot dlntanc a rood FHA approved mortga-
,220. Ill Ave. A. NW. TI to Ellen. Elementary School goes; providing money
EVA THOMPSON O < TachomrKr" I 7 45 RPM i PLATFORM Rockers .. 2610 Phone McElroy lIuUd."I. sources for lowest closing
8KRVICK Income Tux Tr
I FREE PLACEMENT ,>l t Mrvlc and new cablt profeailonal carpet cleaningreiulti 2M-4254.
CY 4-1140. but Ay*. F NW J B.rvlc 184 itk St., SW 2 PIECE CHAIR rent Electric Carpet: cost more favorable In-
SERVICETo -' 1-TF POPPAKRECORDS Bhampooer 1100 per dar with pur- 1-1I."m. bath Florida mom. In terest rates, or longest
of Foam. NeediRecovering ., m Bias .....t.*. John Bolnnd lot, conditIon. i4 Work from Lak
Graduatea Winter Haven Floor Surfacln . . Hardware. 1-13 Howard Call Bella Faanon. Lei terms each loan
Batlnfacllon liinranleedU HO
Be- 294-1187. tailored to
i PADGETT A. MOUTZ FXIrlnn HOB. A.T.. RAH your your
all S. Pint SU Phon CY ( Oil. Smnll down pivrmnt. PLASTIC BAHAMA BED ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bed. FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO needi . . .

REAL ESTATE SCHOOL f : truck.a nmnih.I3M'OO&I: Chfvml 3-4154. 5.13 1'4 14 SONGS STUDIO COUCH '- Highchair Polliher- U.Chain DO Saw. IT- with BUY 0-E.t-Bedroom.built-in. 1-bath 180.00 house per :, . perhaps you deiire

CI..st'l for ROOJl'lNO 1100" REPAIRS Top Artitta Top Labels Green 2803 AT*. 0. NW. 28-TF month with 60 AND SALESMAN kind.. CY 4-2AA3. "CONVERTIBLK" down navment. McELROY BUILD- courteous attention
IROKER Sunbeam Alpine Only I Regular $8.84 Value LOVE SEAT, with cover MACHINE fl( Eat Mod- ERS. 294-4264. II.T J'NniR to
I CANDIDATES old. 'Small cock buttonhole monoirram. make your request .
Deplaning 7 P.M. Tuesday, 6-A1 Animali & .: un pHvmimU 2417 1th: VRt. 1 CUSHION SOFA Jr'litn.. Auume I payment! ot i iHED I bodronm hom.. prompt service on your

Jan. 14th At Haven Hotel CY U8iO. .T" ONLY $1.00While with rev. !!....3..:._., N'u.! t .eroded._Writ'... .N.ar.. .v...hoot....11M... ..BEASLKYCy32757. .... NW loan.
4 m.n..r. DO" A'I.111 "
(Licensed It Guaranteed) Supply LutGOODj'iEAR ; i ..... 1-14 "
Call 293-0801 "" ""I.*. Can he ama at SLANT-O-MATIC SEW :
"arm Garden Supply & CHAIR. We will not I MACHINE In Connnl Lat I For Rent Furn.1ST MORTGAGE CORP.
+ S.14I t8-8730.! thll . . . . . Balance, 1161 00 Payment. ((12)) I I I
monthly I Pbon. 294-1:113: aft. founded in 1960,.,
a MONTH old black 00 pm. 5.j3 277 Magnolia
((2)) Help Wanted V m.Poodle CY 1-48IO.mule, 1VJ W After SERVICE STORE X PC. SOFABED Suite quiet FLOOR walking apartment dlnUnc to CleaR townlake. I CY 3-1141

AKO Heglntered; -whit-.I. Z11 Ave. A, NW CY HitS 7-13 CHAIR & OTTOMAN BOB SAVAGE -. .B.Reamnabl NW. Adult.Z3-TF 441Ayenue r m:1 r; 1 1 I J J J1H!

week. old. Robert Harvey I
Nekoma Ave.. Lake Alfred. 1844 fl ld I PC. WOOD DINE'liESuite .. ((13)) Real Estate
RELIC Sprln bou. For
.. AUTOMOTIVE. MACHINE CIVIL.Rule WAR- F.ntra nlr condition . .. .. . . i Price SaleLong FURNISHED 1100 00 per month.4-bedroom Immedlat Sale
SHOP FOREMANto ace Mr. Smith Wl )'lo HiHrL S-L occupancy. 303 Wet Lak Howard
(17)) To Buy or TradeWE GLASS CHINA with oak Drive. CY 1-7118. 1-10

take complete charge of fuljy jci OVER: PAMENTS 4 . A Truly Exquisite
rooms nt fine furniture Including Frame . . sleeve turtle neck T- BEDROOM. nrlvit bath. outiM
equipped ihop BUY ....d appliance. and range *. rofiigorator. Vend lou. M price. entrance. '703 7th St.. NW Urn
shun and w* ell uied ban 10 day. 17 2S p.r work. WALNUT BUFFET ... unfumtehed boom homage ai>art- Close-in HomeTwo
: Apply la Person WAREHOrSB FVRNI meet KlolM. CY 1-4830. 1-TF
ma and ftimltur Brook "" PAVE M"0. GROUP of BANLON & COT.
a Furnltur JIM Havendal TUBE CO. 11 lib St., NW. i-10 VANITY BED ...... FOR RENT DUPLEX APART. bdri.
VAUGHN A WRIGHT T. MENT8. Furnlnhed or Unfurn.Uhed. mm-parlor with

52 6th St., NW PTJkNTS THAT COLD DOESN'T CHIFFROBE WITH Small & Large H Phone CY 1-7306. 37-TF' shower bath, glassed porch, full

8-13 Prater's RuIN?. na"lra.OII. Pftunia., Car- MIRROR . . ..... LAKE ALFRED Clean furnlehedupntaln dining space closed garage.
Automotive .
((8)) atlon. Talrndula.; : Pink Cibbai apartment 1500 for 4 Corner lot. Just placed on the
XXPERIENCB: bar maid to work aod Collard at traffic' .3Sc llKht pee- Klol.downB11AW > PC. BEDROOM SUITE table pullover & cardigan adult: all utllltle. and u.. 01 market at llS.ooo.
dar* from 7.00 a.m. to 4 00 i.m. Special (-IO SM-L tt laundry house Included. FR J-HS9
flood ... S-TI
aalarr. Aptly p.r.on SINCE 1934 ODD DINETTE TABLES
Biwtle.Bar A. Lounx. Lak AllrdHoad. .
t-Tr PONTIAC CatalIna 4 Dr. FOR SALE -TV.Mnlomla Will t.k.Coonic.mahogany light FORMICA TOPS . 1-BEDROOM efflclencr. electrickitchen. TRIED AND FOUND NOT

ServIng our cutomen wIth Hardtop Vista Light rolnrrd wrlllnf d..k on trad CY GROUP OP SLACKS 28 location .In F.nrellent Eagle Lak condition. 313-IMA.and WANTING IN ANY RESPECTwith

Unusual OpportunityMan pert auto paint, collision, green matching Interior -7 43. HO PIANO BENCH, BRAND 32 Waist H PRICE (Al- 10-13

( an, frame and front radio heater whitewall WEF.DLF.S8 too poll moo.p..t. Reg. $25. First Extra) BURNISHED efflrlenrr Idea! ictnt evidence of having
muck. 4 "*rd.. I in 00. Tr ituit.leg. -
25 to ignment. tirei power steering power DINETTE for one or two Own water. Ulllltlifurnlehed. lived in this 2 bdr.
23. married with clrartni. in clerical experience, good at fig brakes, tinted glasi, .. 10-23 FORMICA TOP.. _.. BOB SAVAGE 1-3671. 1-14 attached garage, oak floored

urea calculator experience NEED? factory air condition. .';-(IE. I"rle-.r-; ;;; ;; modmnriliinn. MENS STORE masonry home, located on

helpful to do detail figurei. Looks & run. like new. AIM hl.pbon" table DAY BED Complete .... I month.ROOM 636 boue.orare Ave J. NW 1100- Near no a about the highest of local land,

Good opportunity to grow Into I S Body or Fenderi CY 1-0354. 1-12 EXTRA LARGE ] W. Central CY 2-2S5I honplnc.Motel. CY 1-1371 Apply Orbit 1-TF U s real buy at $12,500.

supervisory Job. Writ for appointment Straightened? $1795 ,gwwawwwwwwwwwwewsePRINTING GLIDE, Brand New. 1 t-12 VAN
.i Paint Job or Touch-Up? Re,. $69 es, Sale EFFICIENCIES and 1H BED-
PinckneyOldsmobile LEXICON \ ROCKERS Floor Nice lam
ROOMS. airy room Real
Jim Biggeri Windshield or Door a REFRIGERATORS $ .' Sample III *. SAVE: M*. In Old PortalBuilding. & Ins.
... a-c'T'
Clauei? on D* 1100 per 1 MSM or CY SOLE AGENTS
\ 1-4147. -TF
: :, INC. S Seat Coven or Trim Car Lot e NO. 4: TO COMPOSE ElectrIc RANGES! $3 0. 12 Itk St.. NW. 4-10 17$ W. Central 213-4114
PRIVATE 1 room furnlnlied apart
p Wheel Aligned? a MANY OTHER ITEMS .......
ment. Adulti only Him
..P.O Bot M2, Winter Haven of 3rd St., SW at the Tli. itO .f *Hmklf! type 4 Flea Market 130 Ave.54.IE.: CY 1-4348. 10-11 t-12
? TO Antique
t I $-13 p Sport Top which h. leo" set Ity .itktf Iln --- _
S Floor Mats? tower 233-7847 p >4 *r mcliin Inl. the J Salt MODERN cement block, "home.fenced POO oo Down
.10- fort, which will prcd'uc* II'. JJttircd1 yard. CY "187. 1481 :MihSt. SIlO 00 MONTH
Trunk Mali? J NW. 1-13 Two .
| SEVERAL S whit S Woodall l-bedroom "" .
; app..ranc.
Sunday, Jan. 12. 19S4 On. at 13W 4* St.. KBTwffa.
1307 SlOt Street NE I bedroom
prie.d.Star -
ltd :ome By For Free ) Opportunity J 11:00: a.m. to 6:00: p.m. ftirniihed 09. Beanley Haves and m. at 111 itta 51., w.
territories open. Custom- I Re.ltv Co. 134 e.llr' .. NW .bnPlL nR8T MORTGAGE orNE.
Furniture CV 1-3787. 1-TF WINTER HAVEN, ala W. ControL
art t* see our exciting new EverjiMM Welcome -
lint. YOU show them and earn Haven Fender .) 11 111.000 unit down.. I year Beat old.Lo- Press Free AdmIssion FOR RENT two apartment clo, **> Jt.TP
141 Are. A, NW CY
In. On fumbhed. unfurnlehed.IVim .
Income with Avon.I see C.B. DUPLEX: 510.700.
big !weekJy la Winter Have CY M37 1-hatimoomi
per month each Call W. P. each,
.Id. Both
& Body Works 1-TF iIn. Auction Callerie Vonallv office CY 1-0401. rented UI Ace,
Writ.;; P.O. Bo 1395 American OH Ser Printing Hwy *2 W. Lakeland, Fla. MOM. rMldenre.CY jo-TF L. : T. use phone .....L 1-11

Lakeland 343 Sixth Street SW ,," now open tfnln* stud I 2JtJtJoIaJlJaJtNtJLlla.1 LIGHT oak Silvertont S Phone C8 -9033 n'RNISHED I\Ionlal. Ocaconala rRANBrERRED. MUST SILT
bxlroom KT
or call .682-4137 I Paone CY 3.2111 Vat full detail contact ...... .. .. 2T4-122 er Hi-Fi with Granco Year munt ATHF.RTO'4 ftiyV"' 17.6010.l-baih. Make lest an*q. off.r
$-10 & MU "111 Laktland 1-21 tuner. Call HA M2H. 10-U 1-2.784.llAl.TX. ita W. Central A.2541 CV :I W.n7 Trtmoal heAL OWNER
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((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estat. For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sal. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

Building Has 1350 DOWN BEAUTIFULGARDEN "BEDROOM S bath with sepia.
ate dlnlllll room Atr conditioned.
U N. LAKE SHIPP DR. living and dining room. carpeted,
StartedWhere kitchen appllancee Included. Large !
> BR. aibeatoa ahlnile" homa that GROVENear lot hai steel lonclnt ahuffl board e 1
la In very food condition: and .po- rourae mallow well and pump. I L L7
? 1 le... clean Laka Shipp acroaa thaatreet Cypreia Gardrnj For terma te jolt you caWJM. sane, !
with lakevlew and lake aoeeea 1.107o"0co
CY 3M or CY : 4-TF !
Living room formal dlnlnr
On Writ Central betwen room. Fla. room kitchen atiltritual .

Lake Howard and Lake Deer buy at and 110.ao':ort. with An excellent excellent: I ((13-A) Groves I c., PfC147M7M( C7{ HY VENICE EXHIBIT ALONt, BUT-VJHEN TWO HUMAN BEINGS HWE t


"re cream .
downtown Winter Haven Driv O well irritation lvn. and .ciulpm.nl KOMANTK DOGidoTCF4 EXHIBT -
out today and select the lot /ol (nr i*).000. 1)3 flown balance eve:

your choice and we will atari ts 8th St.. N.W. CT 4.414110 T BROKER veare GENE Laka Alfred(OOOPtR: REP

your home immediately Loot 3721535.lolf

for Allen Dowd our Area Man -

iger He will show you aeveral, LOVELY LARGE I Bedroom iran- ((14)) Real Estat. WantedWILL
2, I and 4 bedroom home tab Type home Cypreaa Gal Immediate occupancy or personalized
don. Area Florida Room Central i designing for you. i
ready for occupancy.
Heat 113500 CY OOU. 13TIFOR
I Model homes are open daily PAY man equity Md assum.
Enter Garden Grove from Stat pavmanta nn a or 0badmom -
JOHN G. WOOD SALE: l-Bedroom 1H bath home In Winter Haven nr
home THA. APPRAISE FOR Road No. 540 just one.ha Lake Alfred Writ Box A1369 .*
..U 'or 11.io. I"
JilSTa 8.WIU News-Chief. "U
& Assoc., Inc. Zi mile east of Cypress Gardena

293-2511 2939303 1H ACRES, 4H mouth 'of JOHN G. WOOD I4-A Lots & I
own near 1 :.9.1t R. Croaa-: ( ) Acreage
HZ tn.. I Deep ...11.. on. "room
hnu. In ood condition. 04 mili & Assoc. Inc.
off herd ro.rl. Good h.nrl. 1.600 00 CANAl. LOT 128 a 400 49ea.h. __
IY OWNER Call D. A. Craig 293-4781. a-ia DEVELOPERS .
bi.kb'r'.omi.bc"n: BUILDERS : Price 52.:100.WII"nl : .
home, 4 T-ts' poRGOT
soggy 1SA RGC, S
beat 1500 BTU air conditioner. 29]-251T or 293.8338 i ZEK7 C NO
new roof. Indirect florescent light.Im BY OWNER LESNTCK PARR 5.10DUPLEX &xeoU.nt Lets T.rmo.- ::100' a aoo' 13.100 % HO NOO4 LAUGI41N6 ,- COULPNT rIELP LAUGHING! J7 wHAT THEY 6or
ana bedroom' with built-In furniture J.500 SQ. 371. Split ler.l 1. RANKS! AT We GUYS WHO vrUP Mes wq lee,
double carport., 100 x 101 bedroom 1 batha. Ird bath and VARNER REALTY THAT SISM/
tot.9tA 114000 411*. Will Intercut conalrier mortxaiePrica trad: offict roughed In. Antique brick Furnished APARTMENTS nr unturnlha4. .t.ki 173 LT5i5.UPl2) ; O"
14 6th St. NW CY S 8454JTT
tax for Oscar houae. 245 Inter- and red wood elding. Dlnlnf room, IIhl"p i Height area. Phrma CY Ir1 V

Jihan it, Lake Alfred FR J-1307 7-12 foyer room.. 2tSOfl large kitchen Approximately paneled llflno Eli. S-7205 37-Jan m e j '4 hi I F0 hce

Down CY 1-6948 "(tl( t a =
FOR BALE 4bedroombat CHOICE RESIDENTIAL!: LOT onCypreee e S
home Will take cash furniture o, Cardena Road. Owner + .
FORACUSTOM WITH.WITHOUT BEAUTY car u down payment Payment will finance. Cull :2M-3:(;Je. S-TV
tS400 a mo"tlCY H01B t-l

Jr t'dl- :: .r,... 4 mllea north of Polk City
I1" ::
HOME Beautiful I !!I\. home hardwood CB. fenced on Rt 13 Two I" wells with canal cs h t tI1
floors 1U kitchen, wall landnraped Writ Box li1'14 through for ulck cash C I..Iio1
b I inet:mlpOJ.. Land Hanea City. Fla. 8-15 eale, (300.oon'j. acra 11 b
Make Your Need Known ..cspedea. mile.
1700( Acres. I north Interstate
CALL ED HALL, BY OWN EB auooa NEAR SCHOOLS 4 on Winter Haven acreee mad BOMEWHERC
at 113800 per acre WITH TERMS
bedroom, :2 bath, double carport
General ContractorCY 21( Noxon Auburndal WO ,..811 Weir Wtlllanu WO 7-M'S t-U
big family room and this .
3-1744 10-11 excellent location on Ave M, Excellent: ; BUY FOR Nfk- I
building I loll In Earls -
-29. RETIREMENT SPECIAL Lam SE between all grades of Corner tots. 13000 CY
CB 3-bedroom. 1-bath home Larvellvlni schools and the new Southeast CY S-J30I: 4.14619-11 $ IN IPTN06[ CRAZ'Y.. T MUSti ITplll ''ihq
; A50V[
room, 11 x 14 ktchan, lota TitE OFFCT'lL
ON CHAIN OF LAKES New 4bedroom of cabinet.. I x 24' glaaaed. hark Plata Shopping Center. LAKEFRONT TNAr SCREAM! SUUS'N5' WSMNTMEr( ( W[ / [ [ II
.porch I bath double home Carport, porch 12 x :30 Florida room, utlllty 100' i jno Corner Very nice R/ CORA! Y9ARI A001 $" ,1 1 KNOW..,

Sock. Wait CY aide 14740 Lake CY Elolee KKJ53 Hoov 7.TI'liT ,G .room. home drapea You and had other better exlraaith lookthla $700 Down and $117 per Month Echo. In etreeia lk and Alfnd. rb$3gleetLobe 1d 1e 1i 1/
.t one for 19 500 GENE! Phone 3S3-5W. HO
8-BEDROOM JOHN G. WOOD ft ASSOC. (115)) Industrial Equipment

3-BATH SELL 93-Z517 ZDJ.: 33S
Call beat and air conditioned CB OWNER MUST or
.lame In Lake Alfred Choice .location S-Brdroom euatom built home 1% 5-10
.1))0.00 down and 1107 00 prrnoath bath Florida room a/c. 11(500 Used Tractors
to auallfled buyer IncludeiUaea Small down payment FHA mort- ELECTRIC c HEATED HOME Verycoiy ,a l tl 1 l ,
and tnaurance. Call FR race. 1002 Ave. O. NE. MMIM15Jan furnlahrd k. tremely good ; ,
1-1051. er coma by 666 Eaat Coot It buy fir caah Cloie-ln ill Avenue 4 wheel drive, 1 point hitch, e'' \ vl i I NO$IGN OP = .
11I1.... Bt 10-H c. NE. 8-16 lydrallc system, air cooled die- f' i i! A $TAIRWArOR I rpy
: BUILDERS TRADES eel Motor 2 each 2 Cyl. 42 HP. '-" TNE.C MUTT aE IOMEONE YOU

A home of pree! xe and dimity Ex LAKEFRONT 1 each 2 Cyl. 6! HP. All In : A WAY UP..t KNOW,tAAAf jeL
aUaat condition One owner prop bedroom, 2 bath, Florid Good Condition Can be sees ) .
arty. Upper:: teen Inspection lnrn4 > Room In I first class neighborhood 104' on Lake Alfred. Furnished at
wanted Will take
amau k houae aa down ravment I IGarag. 1 with beach and chain-o- bedroom, bath, Fla room,

apartmenta rear of lotput lakei acceia Drapes, range, large living room, birch cabin Hills Barn ,.
d .toll owner 116 Ave nKE. Holly To PURTHPRMOIta,4R 'c e Oils HSskW ST.YI'2Uoa Tate ONLY
II-TF dishwasher and irrigation system rte, built in oven. Extra ator we ttAVG 70 L RaMeA.ewa HINe WiL1. PROSEb1Y 0000 HtY.tt IT NOW.ee? oNeTH6 tiM -To(>
are only a few of the fm age: room, utility room, term Avon Park and Waiichnla Rd. W HELP PRINCES! WGL.L-.Sett{ NaARLY W OuE.N O. PANoi.A1 HGARD YOUCUL9- -ANJTWf I THB ONLY WAV TO

features Included in this 10 floors, ceiling heat, seawall Avon Park Fla. PHyLLIl) CNJS6DADEAR pRIENO DOtd'TPlEL9ottyroR YOUgOUFaj lioyl REACH HSKINO
,,, AND MYfsLI TO 66 MiR,ieL. 90RRy FOR te0 ,
Lovely Home home .... Call sprinkler ayatem 1-10 KILLLDI HER CAPTORS) 61TTr.RI ?

4 Boat & Motor Dock I y'Y w ., \
BUiLDER.DEVELOPER (19)) Card Of Thanksthe w
J Near Golf Course 293-2UI ZSJ-MM 850 Pcnn. Ave. Lake Alfred

1-10 Owner Occupied Family of Nora Smith
ONE of Winter Haren'a most
BY OWNER Northern Couple 10.12
beautifully yards surrounds miit sell their coxy furnlaheiabedroom Expren their appreciation for
2V4 bath home tile bath electric kit. EXCHANGE l-badraom older lope
this t bedroom, ( screened porch large he sympathy and floral offer
Chen iris home. banrmrat entire. tie
with central heat and air All lot. Near rood grocery MSOO OpPhona heat la blorka from town. With or nji during our recent bereave-
cloaeta are cedar ed and 283-4.88. 8-1. without furniture At 21 N. Rlrh ment.
lend St. Ind. Value
there it a deep well and irrigation YOUR INSPECTION INVITED 1750000. balance ,41\0 00 at IMOO
lyatem Play golf only Z or H A. approved completely Floridanum. redeo.orated per month Includea Iu. and Innrance Th. Nora Smith
8-bedmom block RU I. Bos Sal E. Winter
Inspect .
blocka from 127 28th St. JJW Haven JO-IS
this lovely home today of terma Appolntm..tCY Family.
; W480MODERN!!
VIiO! YOU 100K IIRC DON'T''... I .
HOME .. (1f
i> dCW: O E. kitchen nail heat and air rondtt JUST 40MC 4T11FP FASHION MAGAZINE DN'IMMA'AMl Wffl pit IDNKIHTrUNO.
oner. grapefruit and orange Home-$400 Down Advertising SIENDING YOUR MISS RAtSURN TNOU6NT COrRl 1'LL CNANGC
rare. clone-In at 434 Ave C. NE. Legal FIRST SAIARy CNECKr 1 WORTN! -1 SACK W TNL /
esle NSHEE rRS.
lR'U'f4)I6S' OPEN M Priced for q'
owner and builder CY a Total price of this three {. NOW! ., eAt1
bedroom nicely I located N
FURNISHED! UNFURNISHED home la 12500. Down payment Il'11 AM HIM I'UI.K (01 NTl'
.10. eplrk and n l-bedroom hem la only $400 and the KLOKIDA. IN CHAACrHY i
b v owner, wall I to wall csrttrtin., U/vere. (see N. tlWt-lltl-121 i
innllancea like, new. fireplace. owner will pay all closing BEliSIIi M. SHULER.
1171 DOWN1 Move Inn 1 wwa K-reened porch. ,arse. raaaonahlvpriced coita There la a full tile Pl.lntiffJOHN ,
bedroom a bath home For; ll 7th St NEIDYLRIDGE : 71$ ua ,l
more Information call Chuck LFroamka bath Inside and a half bathin W. 5HULICR.
Schoenlhal'f Co. the utility room. Other D.f.nd.nt.AoTICE .
28..123 attar 5 P m 293--811. 1-10 VIEW : TO PPFt.MJ
features include a combin-
RETIRE IN an electric home. ation air conditioning and THE ST John W gF7.ORIDA TO:

"iah.. Neat Coiy CloseInRa OPEN HOUSE heat unit large 100'x When-abouta unknown
BY OWNER. 111 Av.nu.. pump You are hereby notlfed. that a
C. NB.! .15 105' lot, and the owner ..lit for divorce has bean filed
$9,950 will redecorate inside and against you In the above entitled
FOR IALB Rifle Range Are aura: and that you arc hereby
Modern I bedroom home. outCall. quired to eerve a copy ef yourwhoa
IM Down |50 per month Out Havendale Blvd. Turn answer lIP other wnlitea dfenus
CY M011 4-TF right 21it SL or Airport Road MIKE NOLEN today upon Walter U. Bell plaintiff at.lorney. #407 ,4000PGVMD 70 TMEDVE0 WNILa ATAN IiOLATEP 1rolJA'F 4fLA'OW
la 215
lit paved road on left or for an appointment to see Skiver. Bullrilnc* addraM Winter Haven. -of 1d VIU PAYiDP )tau. TVLFGRAPH Greta ee ANNyl.4r Iaf.e/aT .s
Eln'' "
.lIed..m 'ml.hl4 IIoml. /AWOCINTCRMIL/MOY// ter ILAIl7 MrWT YtN1'G
this home. Florida. on or before the Tlh darFebruary
5-14 :z:
1..00. Phone CY J.)958. I C all .. 01 INS and before or

S-BEDROOM J-bath deacrtptlon- I pearl un- CT I.ITU LEIS BROS. the Immediately Clerk of thereafter tha above to flla doled with t'1t" I r la A.IOfA"T/, I Arss AtlllrrlI

old. Eo..raled and ere for 22.Jan.22 Cnurt tha original til said answer or '"
eceaaary Come Realtors written dcfeneee. If any
IHSOO '" fBllure -
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modern {M down IM Deputy Clerk
home volt new. Duplex In Lake AlfredOT 10-12-13 J.n. 10. 17. 24. '1. 1154Q IIII w1
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I, Religion In AmericaUnited I HAMBURGER CHICAGO (UPI EATEU) AmeS

cans are eating! twice at many

Press International By calling Life Line a poor hamburgers today as they did

1 Can a city church reach out r family can obtain food or clothing 25 years ago a chain of hamburger

and serve the real human needs .an unemployed man can drive-in restaurants..said

I of those who are lonely, old, I find assistance In getting a job today
tick, poor and despairing? I. .a squabbling couple can jet The group said hamburger
r 1 It can. A Methodist congregation free marriage counseling .a eating has doubled to an average
in Sydney, Australia, hat pregnant girl can be guided into of SV4 hamburger a week
demonstrated how it can be a suitable home for unwed
done through a remarkable venture mothers .a lonely old personcan since pre-war years. The average -
called "Life Line" meet a friend. .a puzzled American ate 182 bamburf-
L'd It deserves the attention of parent can receive expert psychiatric
every American church which advice on the handlingof a THESE HORRID
is seeking ways to lift Christianity a delinquent child .a college
out of the rut of tired pious student experiencing a crisis r x SPOTS
1 : rr words and make It come of religious doubt can have I r,9
i alive with the compassionate, the Bible explained to him in
self-giving love that radiated adult terms. .an alcoholic can '
+ from its Founder. be introduced to the AA conceptof I tip f t'i

Life Line is a telephone number group therapy. You name ., ; 1
which anyone in Sydney the need, and if Life Line can .
may call for help at any hour not meet it Itself, it will locate T
of the day or night a Christian layman somewherewho -
The calls have been pouringIn can and will.
ever since the Life Line center Life Llne'i services are available r FADI THEM OUT .
was opened last !March at to anyone who telephonesthe t eWeathered brown epoteen
the Central Methodlat Mission, center More than half of hand the and eurtace face tell of the your world you're
a big downtown church. The the oils come from people who letting old-perhepi before yea
........ really are Fad them aw y with
center is manned by lay volunteers have no connection with any new 1SOTERICA: that medicated
working four shifts for church. Life Line does not inflict cram that break, up mews o
JACKPOT WINNER-Suit. Mae James of Lake Alfred 0,005 on the skin, helps make :!:;
each 24 hours. Its switchboard sermons on them as the
look white end ysung.pin.Lqueiiyetfectty.
number Is listed on the emergency price of its help. But the people started the New Year off on the second of the month I .. on th. Sac.. neck snaarm.
page of the telephone directory who operate the center are by winning the Anderson Drug Company Jackpot which Not on a it.over-up.reran C Acts, great In tMkinnot ,,.
along with fire, police all convinced Christians. And was worth $55. Max Day presented h.r with. check. bee.i It for helps softening clear I aurfaca, lubricating blemlahet..kina
and ambulance services. the silent testimony of their Guaranteed by the tru.tworthy: Myearold -

SWEETHEART FINALISTS-Theie six Winter Haven High School girls wen picked from Life people Line sets who are some on calls the service be the to most man effective has proved kind of to Juice Shows Decrease ft At .leading laboratory S3 Plu.drug Ux that pet and.produce tollrtrfcounter. ore:

I I' finalists last night In the first phase of the Future Farmer of America annual Sweet. brink of committing suicide To evangelism. Inventory with each trial I jar bar of ESOTERICA of SSOTIHlOA pneroua -
.MMt Contest. They are, from left, Linda Ward, Pat McHale, Jan Kendrick, Suzy Hayes, I answer these calls, a "trouble Perhaps the most significant SOAP. New medicated eoap arm
':Vickie Vail, and Barbara Jones. The finals are scheduled to be held Saturday night at team" .Is always standing by, thing about Life Line !Is that it Completion of the currentseason's I the same time last season, a 50 lather beta bacteria away blemliheil' aide healing Gently Helpe eofu
Denison Junior High School. I ready to hurry anywhere in the Is predominantly a layman'senterprise. first month of processing I per cent reduction. en.drying and Bath cleanses.lie the In akin pla.Ue without icaaetl
city in a car equipped with two- The Rev. Alan operations find frozen The 18,259,486 gallon inventory .M. Limited time only.
I I way radio. Walker, director of the Central was 45 cent of lastyear'
3 Girls Escape. From East To West Berlin But Life Line is not just an Methodist Mission, underscoredthis orange concentrate pack 40663.445 per gallons after TOM FRAKES'II
anil-suicide agency. If it were aspect in a report on the. ment and inventory off the first month.
BERLIN (UPI-Three) girls its mouth, flooded It with teargas up border street Into the cellarof It would not be anything special project published by the Christian cent or more from a move'l I The canners organization also & II PHARMACY
escaped under the Berlin wall and blasted it shut with a bakery West Berlin. for such services have Century magazine Warren E. Savant reported 134,504 gallons of frozen -
through a tunnel completedwhile dynamite to prevent further es Officials said the West Berliners long existed in several American "Much has been written about vice president of the I orange concentrate ImportedInto 41 Third St., S.W. CT 154011EMMAWJRI
burrowed cities. the functions of the laity In the Canners Association, attributesthe Florida from Dec. 2 til
who built it under
the Communists were permitting capes. Life Line responds to the total ministry of the church" decreases to the short cit. Jan. 4.
West Berliners to make The girls fled the Communist the ground for weeks. whole gamut of human needs said the Rev. Mr. Walker. "But rue crop resulting from damaging -
Christmastime visits, Western sector on Tuesday. Officials from the need for bread to the usually little Is said of how, in weather last winter. .
police disclosed Thursday.The said a large group of East Berliners CROWNS IIUSBAND need for faith. practical terms, the lay minis Official FCA statistics for the ; Fot, TIME: an
West Berlin builders of to follow HAIFA, Israel (UPI) Mrs With a small staff of full-time try can be fulfilled. Dec. 2 to Jan. 4 period show a ,D'lilL 118
the tunnel were able to warn had planned workers, supplemented by a "In Life Line we have found 56 per cent drop in pack from
other would-be escapees in time them, but some coal yard work. Yoheved Sharda, 27, was fined large corps of volunteers, it a way. .we are seeing a little 18136,657 gallons to 7919272. I
to prevent their arrest when ers In East Berlin stumbled Thursday for hitting her husband stands ready to provide almost of what can happen when the Total movement as of Jan. *.'eeurteif
the Communists found the tunnel across the opening and informed on the head with a can any kind of help that a human laity, the church's 'sleeping 4 was 5,625,755 gallons com IXCHANGI.: \NATIONAL lANKf Mr",b.r "F D.I.C:
Communist authorities. of dill pickles. being in trouble may seek. giant,' awakes." pared to 11,222,898 gallons at
It was the first news of a The tunnel itself was described
tunnel this year Western police as elaborate, running
revealed its existence only after 480 feet from the coal yard and
the Communist. discovered I about 25 feet beneath blocked-


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dosslR.Lp.rtm.at. wrlttee
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price ef .fferimj end tele ..t .r melted. I. with ,.,....
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eceet4 Ads will isa 'I days. (We've got Six different models to choose from.) (We've got ten different models to choose from.)
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boys engllnh bicycle excellent wood handmade Bargain. CY
condition repainted, $3500 S-8JII
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blower IJ600. CY HIM
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East Palatka
Holly $11.00 coupe station wagon

3.GAL. with Wide-Track and with Wide-Track
3 1 Holly slit typical Pontiac trade-in value and lots and lots of space?

EAST PALATKA SAVANNAH (We've" got five different model to choose from) We've got five different models to choose from)

f HOWARDII $350 $500

i VIBURNUM ............. $1.75 $3.50 Choose your Wide-Track performer at your local Pontiac dealers

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MAGNOLIA ., ................ $25.00

: MAGNOLIA s.l,, lire, .............. $1.50


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