Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086748/00033
 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 12, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00086748:00033
 Related Items
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It Pint In The News-Chl j" s Capital l Of The Worfd


OAS Mission In Panama ,


L I'A r ---- ) Peace

fP4 To Help Restore

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\\9r Cancer Linked With Smoking Capital Tense "

BBamf mmmmmf' .'H ** i ***l i r ,i i .i. .,,-.... .. .. As 27 Die In

FIRE INVESTIGATION-Firemen cheeked the ruins of the Villas Club Friday night ,. .. -- .'
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and again yesterday In en effort to discover how the blaze started. Firemen stood by all
I night Friday night end early yest.rday'were still keeping e close eye on the ruins to prevent Scientists Say Bitter FightingPANAMA

any more damage. From left, Clyde Pettijohn Jr., Mitchell Hardy, end Chief Abner

Lewis. CITY (UPI A
Cigarettes Are mission from the Organization

of American States (OAS) 'arrived -
Polk Horse Show Looms in this tense tropical capital

I Leading CauseWASHINGTON Saturday to help restore
peace in the wake of anti-Am y
erican riots in which 27 persons
As Finest: Ever Held HereThe man government(UP!) A were were American killed. Three soldiers of the dead

laid today cigarette i The first word the commission -
first Imperial Polk County | are provided. Many local rest- 600 horses and provisions are a "health hazard" which members 'received
Horse Show In February, |dents devote time and energyto made to house the overflow in "appropriate remedial ry when they stepped oft.their airplane .
temporary stalls. The 150,000-word report / from Washington was that
1960 attracted 200 mounts and see that all committee posts show Is being ti "
The most of them were from Flor I are filled and to assist the vis. sponsored by the Polk County related to lung cancer in quiet night There were no new
ida. The Fifth Annual show 'itors In any way possible. Riding Association and the and ia "the most important disturbances today. _
starting Jan. 29 will have at Horse shows In recent years American Legion Post .. The the causes of chronic US. troops held the border
least 600 top show horses from have been elevated to the proceeds will go to the American and emphysema." t despite sporadic sniper fire during
21 states I "sports" circle and today they Legion Crippled Children's The long-awaited report the night, and there was to
The growth of the Winter Haven rate high as I spectator sport Hospital Fund. the surgeon general's sign of the rampaging mobs
show has reached the point Networks regularly televise An "international" flavor will mittee on Smoking and that had roamed the streets
where it now attracts nation. many of these events. Words be an added attraction to the was made public today Thursday night and Friday Inan
wide interest and during Its run I and pictures about the Imper coming show when riders of the tight secrecy procedure .. orgy of shooting, looting
the coffers of the county are Cal Charity Horse Show are carried Mexican Irish and Canadian liihed to prevent any and burning.But .
better for it. regularly in many of the Equestrian Teams will be on impact on the stock as the situation shifted
Horse world statistics revealIt I nation's newspapers and magazines mounts. The report by the 10 from the fighting to the diplomatic
requires 55 persons to attend I definite plus In over. The out.of-state stables and tints and physicians front, the city remained
one horse, owners, train all promotion of Winter Haven (Continued On Page S Col. 1) smoking to numerous other tense.
ers and These people I broke off
grooms. and Florida. man diseases and ailments Panama formally
must occup a motel room, they There was I time when the of the diplomatic relations with the
must eat at local restaurantsand I sport was for the rich. Today Local StudentsTo the cluding larynx cancer, esophagus and, United States Friday and
during their stay they pur it is open to anyone with ,a It termed the threatened to scrap the treaties
ary bladder .
chase gasoline and various and horse and \he willingness to I between the two countries under
a factor In cancer of the. !
sundry items along. ,with laundry train and work with the animal. mouth and".larynx. The (Continued On Page b Col. 4)
.and cleaning.The Be Honored
The coming show will find cow -
first show
and trophies /amounting tq Jumpers unr>, &JIPTS! ,competing smolctaj..caused other say I were, Ernest Hudson, left, president) Edna WeUoit, secretary;
about $10,000Tbe eonting ,for cash and flbbona.b >facilities Storey Resigns (
one of the richest In the nation !,*\the Polk County Rid. By Yeas Monday cancer however ".f.
said- --
Although Jt .
has eash prizes, trophies' and In* Association Showground just
ribbons totaling more than off the Dundee Road, site of the smoking cannot be proven to
64 Of Work
40000. I show, are the finest In the state. Ernest Fillmore Jesse, III, I cause of death from Program Democratic Post
disease, the report added
Interest in Improving the local I There are two practice rings and Barbara Jones, both seniors
show has also Increased "the committee considers
two performing rings along
through the years. Adequate with box and grandstand seats I at V\l2 er Haven High School more prudent from the
eating and parking facilities'I The stables can accommodate were chosen winner and runner health viewpoint to assume Adopted Realtors To Seek OfficeWallace
up respectively\ in the "Voice the established association By
causative meaning than to .
tt Democracy" contest
spon- pend Judgment until no Storey, Chairman of
Firemen Guard Villas cored bv die Winter Haven post tainty remains. By BILL WATSON committees are primarily the Polk County Democratic
of the V. F. W. The committee, however, Staff WriterA charged to perform, It la, Executive Committee resigned
Jessee, age 17, Is the son of not recommend what I "1964 Program of Work" nevertheless the responsibility Friday night citing I committee
Mr. and Mrs. E. Garrison Woodof should be taken. That was has been Issued by the Winter of every member of the Boardto bylaw which prohibits I
961 Seventh St, NW, and Miss of Its Haven Board of Realtors, Ernest be familisr with the current candidate from holding office.
part assigned responsi
As Residents SleepBy Jones also 17 is the daughter > Hudson newly elected prey program and to exert his Individual Storey Is expected to announce
of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Jonesof ty.In I statement ident of tile organization announced I time, thought, and efforts for seat number three of the
1039 Biltmore Dr., NW. today. to Hi accomplishments I state legislature. Already announced
(Continued On Page S Col.
ED BERND JR., Morris said that they had The Voice of Democracy contest Hudson said in addition to The "Business Promotion ..ndProtection" for this office Is Kings-
Staff Writer pumped about 800 gallons every was started early in OctoI I the broad aims and objectives I section of the work wood Sprott, Jr., of Lake
Midnight Friday night, while minute for ber. The subject was "The of the board, a specific program program has seven objectivesfor Wales .
the first four hours
moat people were at home with I Challenge of Citizenship" and Lions Hear 2)r is necessary ia order that I the coming year They are, Kate Hodges of I.a eland,
their family or on their way then dropped to about 600 for competition was limited to the projects may be finished on to promote and protect the vice chairman of the 'committee
home after a nice evening out, two hours, and then about 400 students of the 10th, 11th and + time, Interests of the members term, "Realtor", to effectively will serve as chairman Unlit
members of the Winter Haven per minute for two more hours. 12th grades kept alive, and Board responsibilities represent real estate on matters their next meeting in. two
Fire Department were fightinga After that they just used a The two winners will present Talk About and services carried relating to state and county weeks
fire they had been fighting couple of small hoses hookedup their award winning papers at legislation, to update the The Polk County Democratic\
since 7:30: that morning. to the hydrants. Using these the V. F. W. meeting Monday out.The work necessary to perpetuate "Recommended Rates end Executive Committee mein I
Chief Abner Lewis was still figures the department used night at I in the Post Headquarters the Board will be the
(Continued On Page I Cot S) (Continued On Page 5 Col. l)
directing a few remaining men 112,000 gallons. on Dundee Rd. at Lake United Fund objectives of several committees ---
who were trying to get wateron Chief Lewis said he finally Hamilton Blvd. At that time Hudson said, And, a well' ;
smoking areas of what usedto got to leave late in the after. they will receive certificates of balanced program depends upon I
be one of the nicest, most noon long enough to get a bath merit and an award of appreciation W. A. "Bffl" Berry, each committee accomplishing The Citrus Scenefly
exclusive clubs In the ares: The (Continued On Page S Col. 7) from the local post. senting the United Givers its part of the overall program -
Villas.. High school principal C H. of Lake Region, talked to he added
Four firmen had been injuredIn (Bill) Ortt and Mrs. S. J. Wolfe, members of the Winter He further noted although the ...,
the $200,000 blaze. The fire Precinct 47 professor of English and speechat Lions Club Friday at their JACK GURNETT
started in the basement and the high school, assisted in ular meeting at the Park The Florida Citrus Reporter
went through the walls to the conducting of the contest. taurant concerning the NamedTo
roof creating tremendous This contest is sponsored by ing drive for contributions. McKown "WIRE-BOUND OR "BRUCE" BOXES NOT PASSE

amounts of smoke. Open NightsPrecinct the V. F. W. with the cooperation Berry stated he was While there have been sizeable switches
At one time during the day of the National and State that "all you Lions are -
water had been pumped into Association of Broadcasters. with the operations of New PostBOBBY over to paper-board cartons for the shipping of fresh
the basement so fast that it 47, located at the About 80 students participated. United Fund, and its .
stood three feet deep. By County Barn on Ave. 0, NW, Names of the two local but he reviewed the Florida citrus in recent years, this area saw evidencethis
midnight it was down to 10 will be open from S to 7 Mon. winners have been submittedto plishments of the week the "wire-bound" or "Bruce" box is not becoming
inches day Tuesday, Thursday and Co!. Milton H. Parnell of over the put years.
"That basement sure must Friday nights so that persons Sebring chairman of the Dis "When called upon to obsolete or passe that it k still favored by
have a good drain," said Assistant who can't register during the tract Four competition. The during the campaign many shippers because of several features.
Chief Walter Morris. "As day may reregister. winners from District Four will stated "you night well
much water as we have put on I Regular hours will be observed receive $25 bonds. member that this one This belief was backed up by a deal in the $750-
there it should have flooded the Monday through Friday The District Four winners takes the place of 14 such 000-11,000,000 bracket, which saw some "oldVci" in
whole building." I from 9 a.m. to S p.m. (Continued on Page S, CoL 4) paigns which you -
-- the wooden box business take over the Florfda All-
were requested to work oa )
past years. So, it requires Bound Box Co., an important link in Auburndale's Industrial -

more of your time in complex-the area subject of attempts )by the
on the United Fund drive the
city to annex it to municipality.
you put in on just one of the
4 ,M I i few years ago," he And this deal brought back to Winter Haven an

in urging support for the : I old-time resident-and possibily one of the beet known. .
President Charles o Florida
man in the citrus deal.
reminded the Lions of the
of Directors meeting to be Clarence J. Henson, a native of Sylva, N.C., first

T u e s d I' night at came to Winter Haven in 1920, and after working; at
Seckel's Cypress Gardens other posts in 1937 became manager of Florence Citrus
Estate offices on 3rd St S.
Growers Association here one of the area's oldest

F, McKOWN houses and up until the time it discontinued fresh fruit

Classes Slated Bobby F. McKowa has been packing, certainly one of the state's big tonnage houses,

made manager of the Dally affiliated with the Florida Citrus Exchange

News Chiefs circulation depart Hcnson remained In that post until 1942, movingto

By Red CrossAdditional ment.McKown has been with the Auburndale as general manager/ of the All-Bound

[ company since November of plant, being succeeded by Ned Vfegh of Lakeland with

gray ladle I 195 when he joined the advertising Benson[ as of Jan. 1, taking ov from him.
gentlemen are being .
gray staff.McKowa
by the Winter Havea graduated from Winter After leaving All-Bound i in. 1944, Henson went to

American Red Cross and Haven High School in 19S4 Avon Park to, operate the Highland Crate Cooperative,
ientation classes ere to be and the University of Florida later moving all operations to Jacksonville where he
PUBLIX MURAL-This work of art by John Garth, Internationally famous artist from seat month. Journalism school ha ,
San Francisco, Is one of two that adorn the front of the P.iblix Market et the South East Claaaes are scheduled ;. At the University 1959 McKownwas remained until coming back*'here to head the Auburn-

Shopping Center which (is now rearing completion. Over I$0,000 separate pieces of tile Feb. 11 from f:M to 11:30 e. on the Dean's List received I dale firm as president.
ere in each of the two mur.U. (Continued ea Pace *, Cot (Continued oa Page 1. CoL 2) (Continued oa Page 13)


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Social Benefits- Security Paid flhamber Area Death Creative Art Russia, ii. S. I Mrs. Kennedy Honors HusbandWASHINGTON : I

White House as president
of the
To 127,000More Mrs Clara Marie Bixenman, Exhibit SlatedAll Firm Agree simple Inscription! designed by of the United States"The
former first lady had the
than 127,000 people In omment 79, 1441 West Lake Cannon Mrs John F. Kennedy to honor
carved In small letter
Florida are now receiving Drive died Friday at G. Pierce her late husband has been Inscription -
monthly social security benefit Ridge Art A.lOd.tlonmemberl two days before she movedout
Wood Memorial Hospital In To Wheat PactMOSCOW carved on a mantel over a fire'place
at lunivorr of deceased work. By E. L DAVIS have been invited by of the White House.
Arcadia, following lengthy ill House.
a In the White
en, according to William E. himkM .l Cammirc the Creative Arts Club of Bab-
Arnold. Lakeland social security ness. Inscribed on the mantel the
son Park to enter the Creative FORT WORTH, Tex. Mn.
district manager. These A native of New London, (UPI) Russia and Mrs.Johnson .
b..tll Vie Predd.aeWHOA bedroom of President
Arts Festival at Webber Oswald, mother of
College Marguerite
brnefjclariea widows, children signed t contract with the Con-
Ohio Bixenman was the
it reeds: the accused assassin of Preil.
and auditorium March 20.
aged dependent
parents daughter of Edward C. Amesand tinental Grain Company yesterday John
lived John F. Kennedy:
"In this room dent
of deceased workers re I Deadline for entries Is March
ceive a total of $7,617,000 each Evelyn Wsshburn. She covering the purchase of Fitigerald Kennedy and his "There must have been a plotor
month. Communities In Florida which depend to a great came to Winter Haven in 1935 IS. All entries must be tagged million tons of Amerlcln wheat, wife Jacqueline during the two conspiracy. There is more to
with the and address "
The average American from Crown Point, Ind, and owners name the official Soviet news agency years, ten months and two days it than Lee Harvey Oswald.
extent upon tourist trade are concerned this year about All crafts must be tsg of the United
workers can count social se was a homemaker and a memo Tan said he was president
curit,'* survivor benefit protection the great numbers of people who are going on to Nas- ber of the Methodist Church In'' god and packed to prevent The company announced that States."

; ,economic as. one of assets his most," said valuable sau, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and other Crown Point.Survivors I breakage. the sale was pending eight mantel It is directly below which another reeds: Why SayMORE.

Mr ,Arnold. "It can mean as lootl in the Caribbean or South Atlantic. include, her husband I Anyone needing to have their days ago In New York. It Is the "In this Inscription room Abraham Lincoln -

much, as $30.000 in benefits to Airlines and psssenger ship') William E. Bixenman entries carried to Babson Park first such trsnsaction betweenthe slept during his occupancy .

his family in the event of his lines are advertising heavily and each and are being financed 111 Winter Haven; two sons, Ames rosy leave them at the Ridge United States and Russia
death." I offering excursion rates from cities, Chambers of Commerce Bixenmsn, Winter Haven and Art Center at 500 Third Street under an authorization Issued
Mr Arnold said that with tl SW March 16 or 17. Additional Beymer To Hear
million workers insured under Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Tamps, and Counties involved. Charles W Bixenman, Defiance Information is available by by the late President John F. EGERCONCRETE

social security nine out of every : and other Florida ports. Some HIIO'S DOING WHAT Ohio; seven grandchildren phoning CY 3-1334 between 2 Kennedy.Tais ,MissionaryThe
10 young children and their flights or voyages start In New and seven great'grandchildren and 5 in the afternoon said the contract was
mothers would quality for I York, and by-pass Florida a1 Names In the news at the The Ridge Art Center opened In I Men's Club of Beymer
monthly, benefits If the family together.One Chamber Include MaJ. Gen. W Funeral services will be held Its new season with the following I' signed Moscow yesterday Memorial Methodist Church will
breadwinner died. The family of the big attractions In. R. Wolflnbarger. who has been tomorrow at 4 pm. from the schedule: Leonid Matveyev signed for hold Its regular dinner meeting
benefits range from $50 to $254 the Islands Is legalized gambling. elected General Chairman of chapel of Ott-Laughlin Funeral Tuesday Painting and General the Russians and Roy Folk, Tuesday night In the church social
monthly depending on the work. the Florida Air to be Home with the Rev Robert B. I Art, I a.m. to 12, Jean Wile. vice president of Continental, hall, with Miss Valds Long, BLOCKSAre
era average earnings under social Interstate Highways I toll Hamilton, retired pastor of the hite Troemel. signed for the grain firm. a mlislonary to Africa, as the
security. I roads and other super road sponsored by the Chamber on First Presbyterian Church: of.
i Wednesday, Chlldrens Art, Continental said last week the guest speaker
To illustrate the Impact of now built or under construction Saturday, Jan. IS; LL CoL tt ficiating. Burial will follow In 130 to 1 p.m., Nits Bsllard. wheat would be shipped during Miss Long who Is presentlyat
survivors' protection, Mr. Ar- win soon allow cars to travel T. Marie, who as chairman of Oaklawn Cemetery. ,Then from 7:30 to 1:30: Adult February and March, half of It home on a furlough from her
nold sited the benefits being 700 miles a day Instead of 500 the Membership Committee ha Friends may call at the Ott- 'Art, Jean Wllehite Troemel; andCreative ; In U.S. ships.Ruisla duties has been working among
paid .to the surviving dependents as they do now. This mean been quietly but Lsughlln chapel today between Ceramics and sculpture I will pay $78.5 millionof the natives of Nigeria for the Demanded By
of the men killed in the fewer stops at motels and more effectively the hours of 3 and 9 p.m Dorothy Van Marter. the $90 million total cost. last five years and expects to
U. S. S. Thresher submarine time to go on farther south to bringing in new members; 'I Friday morning, 9 to 12, Adult The remainder will be made up return again soon Her talk will ParticularBuilders
diluter on April 10, 1963. A the Islands. Marlow Baxter, Industrial Development Cardinal Dies Art, Dorothy Dougan, with a in US. subsidies to the seller center around rice relations.
total of 129 men lost their lives What to do about its Advertise Committee chairman live model. Included in the deal according All men of the church and invited
when the nuclear powered Florida's many wonderful who may have 8 small ROME (UPI) French-born I Friday night from 7:30: to 9, to information last week friends are welcome to
Thresher failed to surface aftera attractions and Induce ears to new Industry to shortly Andrea Cardinal Julllen died of workshop open to all Ridge Art was 350,000 tons of No. 2 hard attend. It is requested, however,
test: dive off Cape Cod, M.... leave these superhighways to ; Dick Pope, announce who has leukemia early this morning in Members, under the amber durum from stored surpluses that reservation for the meal
The. Social Security Administration enjoy them In leisurely fsshlon spurring the Chamber, the a Roman clinic, It was announced ship of Doreen chalrm.n.\\ and 650,000 tons of other be called into the church office IGII HOCKS Aubmeale" '
found that M of the Polk: County and Central county and the city on toward today He was 81. Guests are welcome. wheat from current crops. not later than Monday noon.
men left survivors eligible for Florida can create a public
benefits. Monthly benefits are Image as the Holiday Highlands,' the the sign program mentioned In
now being paid to 178 children an area which Includes Cypress preceding paragraph; BW

and OWl 60 who widows.do not Another have 16 young wid Gardens, Sliver Springs the, Weekl Great the Rynerson Education, who Committee as chairman keep of Our Big
Wachee Springs During
children In their care will be Masterpiece, the Singing Tower,I ustion an eye on the junior college sit Want The Very
; Wlllard Frederick, who
eligible for monthly benefits ..tal' thousands of acres of orange, has been I
62. According to Mr. Arnold blossoms and golden fruit and : just appointed chairman BUY NOW FRIGIDAIRESales
of the
Chsmber's Beautflcatlon
the benefits payable to
thousands of lakes: provldln I
Committee and has

lion these are expected dollar survivors to exceed over the 2Vi years mil water boating"The sports., swimming best defense, fishing againstlosing and Hyer plans, in whose the keen mill; Interest J. Hunter inroads Best Value? Drive! '!

has been responsible for
"It's a good Idea for every vital tourist traffic to the.peedw.1
his success as the chairman of
worker to find out what social "
ls an the
Road Committee
security in the benefits event of would death be,"payable Mr. says Dick: Pope of Florida Cypress Leftwicb and Jack McKay; Jerry, Industrial WHATEVER YOU NEED WHATEVER YOU WANT TO PAY
Arnold ssld. "Then be shouldbe Gardens, who has gained Development Committee .

in touch sure to with tell the his tamil social security to get- an some expert thing on of tourist a reputation trade. His II with members good chances who are for working success WE HAVE A FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE JUST RIGHT FOR YOU!

district office In the event of plan of attack calls for the on a project involving Lake
placement of more than 8 Blue Industrial Park -
his death. We still find people ; Truby
who've lost out on belefits for doses 10 by 44 billboard signs. Jones, Airport Committee I
months or even years because along the Sunshine State Parkway chairman, who with lack
they didn't know benefits were urging travellers to leave Brown, airport manager, con
payable." the long, straight, monotonous stsntly seeks ways to further NEW Thrifty! Family
Mr. Arnold laid 8 booklet arteries at the Hwy. 60 Inter- Improve Gilbert Field; all
"Your Social Security", 1s chaste and visit Have leseure"pots members of the City Commla
available free at the social security I .In Winter Lake don who are on or working
office. A copy of the Wales, Tempe, Clearwster and closely with the Chamber committee FRIGIDAIREREFRIGERATOR
booklet can be obtained by I Lakeland. Sell them on slowing on the Junior College. 1W 1
writing, phoning, or visiting the down to enjoy Florida. Unsell Beautification Roads and other
office at 308 S. Florida Ave. them on the Idea of whining matters pertaining to the advancement .
Lakeland, Florida. Phone MU- through It. of the Interests of --
tual 66195. The signs win cost over $1,000 the community; and YUlmer Xw-
McCutcheon and I W. Dunsoi,
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,... with twill .f her Judy writ ,ut e say county commissioners who Giant '
Hw sec a w." ens meet with Chamber commit a 100-Ib. zero zone freezer with separate
.ft e fruit |tar that will (.t. a sirens man. 20 nlnutitettff7 tees on many matters of common Insulated door.

TONITI IS THI NITI TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! Although interest.it has not been put : :: t Spacious refrigerator section never needs do '

into the corny but euphonious I frostln;.

OPEN 12:45 P.M Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. phraseology of a motto' such as"Let's -' ; e Twin Hydrators store nearly y4 bushel fruits .
Do More in 64. it looks
SUNDAY and SATURDAY and vegetables
ss though this could be the
OP2N 1:41 P.M. ... .,_ Skews hoe 1 P.M. MON. this '11. theme at the Chamber for the I Plus room galore on deep-shelf storage door |
coming yesr.
Now Showing C
TODAY thru There used to be (and may
3c iC TUESDAYFAMILY still be) a church in Winter NOW SPECIALS239
Haven whose full name was
"The Church of God By Faith" ia
BIG PROGRAM located near Eloise. A numberof
years ago when it was first
2 Mej Exciting Feature 2 organized and the full name

SEEtttUMK not a familiar one, businessmen
I. who dealt with the church !t' bb
AS 11H01BSAI DIJIiIITS.08 CIIARIi ift I and members of the religious
J group themselves, sometimes I II
t found themselves In difficulty
when they mentioned the name.
Occasionally, through a slip of I W/T
the tongue, they give undue
emphasis to their religion. Instead N 324rDS13i L
m' of saying "I am a memo
ber of the Church of God By
Faith" they would atari out "1 1 6 Zi4)ovjy/
@! am a member of the Churchof
f NAVI tON* Faith -" and would haveto

with Cornel! Wilde Jean Wallace Brian Aherne stop and stsrt over again.
'Every BODY Loughs-When You Soo... t
It Isn't true that banks now-
days symbolically lend a borrower .
;et;; an umbrella when the I
S sun is shining and then demand
skeleton that it be returned when it
ey to starts to rain. ilk U
l' At least It's not true at the
Exchange National Bank, for 4t'
& I there, in racks for anyone to '0
borrow on a rainy day as wellas JI-I Get A
a sunny one, is a liberal WCOAJ-J
supply of red umbrellas which Model
,; anyone mar borrow on the hon. = NEW 2-SPEED, 2-CYCLE Box of
or system. >>I electric
Roger Clspp president of the FRIGIDAIRE WASHER
7keytobig r bank, says that all customersof
':; it's your his institution are honest NEW! /L1lJv by FRIGIDAIRE for .',-,.brle whlnglSTUItDYl TIDEFor I

people and that the
wsur loss of the loaned rain permanent Loveliest ran.. of the y..rl a This Is the! washer
pt[ protectors nude 'x".-dependable b,

if it sets off the '- small If would an accurate probably inventorywere be very e toots turn-to, jet ktstaBshi the Ask us 15-Tair about Lifetime HIo Tsit Watching The New

Panic Alarm ,, taken. He says also that, e Irs eiinuttsl.level eve with netsBflfllUH' rf Ming Agitator .ctlOllIfb 95
in this theatres! S if, (perish the thought) someone she glld+up gists doorl mJ& MJ e7 Uo elolhii ilk mr, inside and 189
did not return an umbrella, Rollout cooking top disspJ 1 o fluff running wrier FRIGIDAIRE Washer
and if said person should use tears whoa sot la wax si / .t automatic tot disposal
/ it on a rainy day, the bank kKMM .tMl kM ....... and morel
10M POS10N/ROBERTMORTI/JVtTTESC011/Iri/CECREN1llI/ would still benefit, for emblai- WIT WIT

oned the on words the bright"Exchange red surfaceare National 6 DAYS ONLY! 6 DAYS ONLY! DemonstratedAppliances

HAVEN DALE Drive-in THEATRE Bank" and the advertising -
orEN AT ':00 P.M. FIRST SHOW AT 7:41 '.M. would be helpful.
Tonne thru Tuesday Nlte Giant Entertainment
"THE WHlfkUs CALERS" In Color Cite,. U.S. Pat. Off.)
I Ies By United: Press International TV &
"DO AN'S REEf" lOll A. Rockefeller, at a recep-
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tress, to Denlson Kitchel, manger THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Wed. Nit* and Thurs Nit. of Sen. Barry Coldwster's _
2e C..M. Nlr.. ampsign for the Republican
See ED.IAD" presidential nomination: Corner 4th & Ave. D, N.W. Phone CY 43291P !
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Minerals Run The Weather-Local State And National I'I'r. Girl ScoutScrapbook I Board To Meet'At Lake AlfredThe

agenda for the Monday follow. Presently filling these

.. ... ........ of Commissioners
At High Level ,. r" ",' T \ "II' 7' evening meeting positions are: Mayor, James
i \ of Lake Alfred was released Telford i
I 11 ; Vice Mayor, Sam De- I
I II. by City Manager Donald
I I. No 1 I By RUTH W. BRIGGS Hartsfleld yesterday.Old Vito; City Clerk, Miss Mildred

Past Two Years .2 54 5\ I Junior Girl Scout Troop has business Ordinance rezoning Hokze, who also is Tax Assesi -

I been quite busiy in the past an area from C-l to C.2 i aor and Tax Collector City Attorney.

werk. Mrs. Delmar Dcbault classification as requested by Henry L. Jollay; City
The value cf minerals produced i told me how much the girls Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Dix; Request Judge, Jack Edmund.
enjoyed their trip to the Animal II
In Florida has run at a JOj Memorial Clinic South by Growers Cooperative New Business Request by
on Florida
high level about million for purchase of Lots 16, Block
$186 Avenue In Lakeland Dr Polk County Riding Association
I. Map of Codington owned by
during both of the past two F f I Jackson spoke to the girls the City of Lake Alfred; Discussion I, Inc., for the City to sponsor

years, the Florida State Chamber ( about pet care and allowed of formulation of policy one class and provide the too
i them to watch as be treated )
of Commerce reported yesterdajr a small animal which had just regarding sidewalk repairs; phy and ribbon for a total of
in its Weekly Business \\ been brought Into the clinic. Reconsideration of location for ISO In the fifth annual Imperil -
Review. ; The girls are working on their boat ramp on Lake Swoope: Report I Horse Show to be held In
on signatures affixed to
"Thii value, reported at mine Pet Care Badge Mothers making petition requesting reduction of i Winter Haven from Jan. 29th
the trip in addition to Mrs.
level, showed 193 slightly above ,r0 Debault. the leader, were Mrs. CANDIDATE In the Fu- distance requirements for the i r through Feb. 2,1964, Consideration

1962 a abode below 1961 but ., .> Richard Wolford and Mrs. fur Farmers of America sale of alcoholic neveraces; Re. i I of Installation of overhead

well above the I960 figure of 4c' N++s i .... Fred Create Luann Creale has Sweetheart Contest Is ply from State Road Dept re- flashing school crossing algna
$177 million. t ..,.,. WAUi l joined the troop as a new member Suzy Hays, sponsored by anting drainage facility under at the intersection of LakeShore
but Mrs. James Morroll US Highway 17.92.
the Philomathi.n Club She Way and Cummings SL
"The annual values of mineral -
.'b' ; .SNOW IYARMU 0 who had a stay In the hospital ts the daughter of Mr. and The board of commissioners
produced in the state have Is still recuperating, and unable will then adjourn and the oath
Mrs. Joe K. and her
traditionally moved upward, to be assistant leader at of office will be administeredto School Blaze I II
year-to-year, with only one other t 9IaL4? t ,1,1a : this time. The troop plans to talent' Is folk singing. Alvin Decker and Sam De-

begin work on their Cooking Vito, newly elected commissioners I Damage MinorThe
exception in recent years. That Badge In February. ; of Brownie Troop 190, planned for three year terms.
was in 1957 when the drop was Another troop interested In an interesting program for this : DeVito has held the office for Winter Haven Fire Department
also negligible and was soon the the three answered call at
Cooking Badge is Junior past yesrs. a
past Friday. Mrs L. J. Mun-
overcome. SNOW AND SCATTERED SHOWERS-Rain Is forecast for the Pacific Northwestwith Troop 158 Patrol :3 met at the i Organisation of the new Commission the senior high school Friday
"The current leveling of min.eral snow In the Appalachians, the Midwest, in tome parts of the Rockies and In the home of Mrs. E. M. Mason to cy a dental hygenist, talked will see the election of night after a dryer In the locker
sales stems from two situations Great Lakes regions. Showers are forecast for the Southern Plains and as far south as begin work on their badge! this with the girls about the Impor a Mayor and Vlre.Mayor Appointments room overheated
: a shin In world trade Georgia and portions of Florida. Snow is forecast for the Atlantic coastal states with week. Mist Barbara Horton of tance of good care of the : of City Clerk Tn I The only damage reported
and a drop in demand for minerals temperatures in the 20's and 30's In the Northern stales Tampa Electric discussed with teeth and presented them each I Assessor Tax Collector, City was to the dryer and some
used In construction. the girls the proper care of Attorney and City Judge will towels In It at the time.
with a dental kit. This Is
"While there are Indicationsof LOCAL OUTLOOK Florida Zones miles per hour becoming south the stove and gave them each an ------
I' improvement In the construction Considerable cloudiness and I easterly. potholders. Miss Dorothy Brad especially important time for T1\\ '
Industry, there is need for warmer with chances of show Panhandle ley a graduate borne economist this type of program II ..: \ ', ':I ':.r"' '>;" .' .I1"'c ,.;d._
South .
considerable betterment in the ers. High todsy 65 to 70. Low will conduct the cooking Brownies are losing teeth, and "
foreign trade situation as it relates tonight in the 60's. Easterly Scattered thundershowers Partly cloudy and warmer. for the troop. At the same need to be encouraged in d The Key To Th. Utmost in
to Florida minerals," the winds eight to IS miles per hour early today becoming partly i High today 72 to 75. Low tonight time, Patrol 2 will work' on proper I.
trade body pointed out. becoming southeasterly in the cloudy: and cooler in the after in the 60's. Easterly winds their Sewing Badge. Patrol 1 dental hygiene. living, Convenience sir Comfort .
will do Health Aid under Mrs. Cadette Troop 40 his so .
afternoon. noon. Highest today 55 to 60. eight to 18 miles per hour becoming Winter '1
i Jack StrsuRhn, R.N., the 5th many interesting activities Haven's Newest end Most to
Lowest tonight 48 to 54. Southeasterly southeasterly.Keys .
graders will their Horspilsllty Modern
B&PWMeeling begin planned for the next few Efficiency
Space Age Tool winds 10 to 20 knots Badge, and the 4th v, Apartments
months that have
I just won't
today and tonight shifting to Partly cloudy: and mild today grade Personal Health. 11f! -Featuring .j
Being DevelopedWASHINGTON northerly 15 to 30 knots. and Mrs. E. M. Mason must havea space to list all of them Asa COMPLETE HOTEL SERVICE ,
tonight. Low tonight INCLUDING
I list of those In the of their M.I" ,
Set Tomorrow NorthCon.lderable girls Cypress part requirementsfor Semis.
o' (UPI-A new 66 to 70. Easterly winds 10 to Neighborhood who will be the Challenge of Social Dependability All Utilities : All 24-H..r IR.nl Swltchb.Ird! "j,

power tool bas been designed cloudiness and. I 18 miles per hour becoming going Into a higher level of they are having a act PLUS Tho R....,. I IR ,.'
The regular monthly meetingof so an astronaut can do repairor warmer through today. Showers southeasterly scouting in the Fall She also square dance Monday after tl /ienfee. wall 10 re.r.nd w.ll, .11", ... ..."'. ',.j
likely today. High today needs know how t+ .,.h." rp.', R.'r' tun -:?
the Business and Professional to many vacancies noon. Roger Chapman well Danish M.". (,
assembly jobs In space without Ach.e.Nes. '
I 55 to 62. Low tonight 45 to
held each will have. known local
Women's Club will be troop square dance caller .. .
tomorrow Bight at 7:30 at the putting himself into a spin. 55. Easterly winds eight to 15 TWINS SLOW STORK Mothers who have special preferences will have charge of the ac '\ f
Haven HoteL I The pound, batterydriventool miles per hour becoming southeasterly MADISON, Wis. (UPI) The in the way of a troop tivities. They also have planneda ;
A guest speaker from the was developed for the air ; 10 to 20 miles per I stork won one race and lost should write Mrs. Mason tell. supper for the Commissionon II ; Rooms for Rent
Cerebral of Lakeland fores by the Martin Co. and hour. another Friday )In the arrival of ing her the child's name, prep Education of the Beymer a '
will t:1e: guest speaker. I Black & Decker ManufacturingCo. CentralConsiderable twin daughters to Mrs. Carl ent troop, and which troop they Memorial Methodist Church. Hotel ;
Miss Evelyn Hughes, president -, of Baltimore. Its designers cloudiness and Sather 40. wish to enter in September.The (Their sponsoring organization) iil: lake Region ]
urged all members to attend -I believe it is the forerunner of warmer through today. Chanceof One of the twins was born in leaders should bring the Also in the future are a Standard THI
as there are a number of tools which man may use someday showers today High today .. Sather's home. The second lists of girl to the January First Aid Course and a % 5rhSf.otAYt.lN.W, Phon. 2M4135C :
important plans to be dis-j to assemble whole cities in 70. Low tonight mainly In the was born at University Hospital. 30 meeting at the Scout House. canoe trip from Lake Pierce to > "I ""*' .
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief TelevisionIn "CUTAWAY' COAT AFFAIR A Newsman'sNOTEBOOK

W I. RYNtRSON, Mittr-PublliliM 1

JOHN W. KYNERSON, A..II.ftl! t. the uUlil; >.r BEEN

Publbh.d dally Uiictpt S W.yl ky lit Wh ear H..." IaVE

Publishing C., lea, lit Ird Strttt N.W, Wlftt.! r H.v.ft. FUr di ReviewBy INVITD TOI.1

CHARLES 6OSHORN .. .. .. .. .ft..1 Mnq.r EWFI1flO) Ir JOHN LOP Editor Auburndate Starthe

JACK IEAHAN. .. .. .. A..I.t. 1"11"
HICK DU BROW Path To Dictatorship

fBTIR J. SULLIVAN .. .. a A..rtls'ft'' M.ftI,., United Pi*. InteraaUoaa

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE HOLLYWOOD (UPI) NBC- The aw yew got off to SB tins a president nullified ly

SlteM.ft I .....eel.t.., Int. Chic., ,., III. TV' new satire series, "Thut auspicious start for thou who executive decree. Usurpation

tehnd. Scft CI... Mill' M.Htf $qt. 4, It24 .t the P.st Office; Was The Week that Wai," adapted / \ seek to destroy the American of the rights and duties of

In Winter Hi..., Fl.rld..n4.r act .l Mirth I, 117 from the British video sue concept of representative any branch of government by
another caa lead only to to.
arrived Friday night alternately
..s. .. ceil, government

lfr: .', MEMIER AUDIT IUREAIJ sputtering and ipark- President Lyndon Busies talatarianlim, dictatorship

." 7.. OF CIRCULATIONS lug, but full of sassy high spin Zty iFt ,1 + Johnson who during the fifty or worse-If there Is any.

.. .. ..,. ill and spice througout. It'. not day he has occupied the thing worse.Election ,
MEMBER for the kids, and if* about Urn 41Lu Whit House has demonstrated to or succession
w.. Actlrt M. ,,.,
to the presidency carries
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL we got something that lan't for aa apparent determination
..NATIONAL, EDITORIAL Tha Unit1 Pr... I. .MWIa*' t. tha ..* them. to make the executive with It DO divine rights to
: ASSOCIATION for r*,ubllcii; tf all !bed! n...s printed .
II. 1114 In this a.wsp.pr as wall as ill UPI! The half-hour ihow, nicknamed department all powerful rule. It grant DO power and

;.... Nawi DiiMtcHtk "TW3": because of its moved within aa infinitesimalstep DO authority beyond the rights
and authority provided under
f ADVERTISING DEADLINE initial, face a tough go commercially of dictatorship on Jan. the c nstltutloo.It .
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT 1 when he overruled the Congress
though It was response to this column
.!. the War. ( P.M. ff.vl. D.,. ly the I 1-cl.l I P.M. Pnvl.ui I Day of the United States seem
Jrj.l NotieMt I PM. ,...1... Day. Sundry Ed%.. D.UU.t FrU.y. to an earlier one-hour with an executive order. that President Johnson, whose
DELAY DEPARTMENTS1.nday ; special that got it on the net- That order instructed the political career until that sad
E4.tion. -.1 P.M. Thunaayt of last November was.
M.t.J.y Eaitlan-1 P.M. FrUiyt day
schedule First is of the Army to
work it Secretary
:TMtoay. E ._N..PI a
Saturday! Wadntiday, Thursday ana] Friday spent largely in the Congress,
.tfti.ftJ P.M. Tw* Days In Advance.M midseaion entry. Second, it ignore a provision in a public should require no reminderof
works bill, written into it
;-:- .mb., S.uth.m N.wpitr Publisher A..I.II.ft comes on a low viewing night, by the Congress to prevent the concept of divided auth

r Mu,", FUrlda Press AutclitlMTELEPHONE Friday. Furthermore, It will dissipation of properties in ority and of checks and bal.

be .empted next Canal Zone without ances.
immediately pre the Panama
r CY .... .
Jit I But apparently that Is Dot
Friday by a Bob Hop apcial. congressional consent
termed the case-
: In addition, this viewer feel The President One of ill first actions was
unconstitutional I and
;r A Thought For Today the series might well have delayed provision cited the opinions of four attorney to I Ignore the rights of the

its debut for a longer period 'd generals to supporthis people of the toverign Stateof

after President Kennedy'saasassindlon yr position. Florida by renaming a geographical

"Let your moderation be known unto aU men. The because the con And it may well be the area F as a memor
ill to Kennedy. He
Ltfd. it at Una" Phil 4:5 of its satire 1 Ie political and the provision constitutional is in decisions.conflict with did that without consent of

Nothing: keeps us pure and holy in our living and ihow'i virility la thin area must B* that a* It may-th* manner the Congress, the Florida Leg.

fjptkful in our spiritual exercises like the expectancy naturally suffer for a while. It la which the new President Islature or the people of the

of9ur.Master's return. may be clever, cute, even jabbing ( voided an act by the State of Florida.
-Dr, Albert L. Carnett
Then only a few days ago,
Congress edictis
by personal
but never too close to
the Issue at he coerced, and
home domestically with the Congress exceeded threatened the members of

i News-Chief EditorialsIt's roundhousing of really rough sa Its authority la writing the the Congress into remainingin

tire. As an NBC official said Lighter Side provision into the appropriation session up until the very
measure. eve of Christmas to enact a
only recently, "the nation injust
Logical. The Constitution I II clear Foreign Aid bill, which contained
from state of
emerging a Around on the authority and rightsof authority for him, at

i There has been some crying about a British firm hock," and politics isn't yet too Of CongressBy the presidency. It also his own Initiative, to grant

ttfit haa contracted to sell 400 buses to Cuba. The contract funny. Council clearly define the right and credit to a mortal enemy
Still, one wlsbei the series all pot I duties of the Congress. which leeks to purchase vast
: : runs into the millions. A protest was even made byenI DICK WEST quantities of our surplus
The writers of that document
the beat. Friday night's debut,,
.State Department saying that we didn't like it a bit. United Press International feared that some future wheat.
with Elliott U.id Me
Audrey WASHINGTON (UPI-Thos And now, in this latest action
British said that it wee a business deal and president might attempt to
pure dowa, Nancy Ames, Henry Mor of ui who spend our time worrying usurp the authority of the he has dared to void aa

simple, and that they couldn't set any difference Inth'elr gas Dor Merande, Burr Tin BY THURSTON WILLIS the city commission, Moor replaces about the younger generation other two branches, and for act of the Congress by president .

selling buses and wheat and Forst host of Staff Writer found something to make !il edictCongren
us selling to communist atrom David ( Dr. W. B. Geiger who that very reason set up a

Russia. We agree. the British version) wn far aup Th long bitter fight by a did not seek reelection to the u* feel better this week system of lifeguards, aimedat should take immediate

erlor to the earlier hour apecialof group of restaurant and tavern commission. In San Diego, Calif, a teenager providing checks and balances cognizance of this
"RW3." It was more compact let a new record of sorts as a protection against new concept of presidential
The President's and though there was owner who failed to get liquor Delays in furniture shipmentshave I by going without sleep for more dictatorial action by power ii evidenced by these
Message my -
license should corns to an end postponed opening this than 290 hours. governmental
still a frequent dilettante "aren'tclever I agency or depart recent actions and should
We w. ?" preciousness at around Jan. 23. month of the city' new library Any generation that can produce ment. move .to tall a halt to the
suppose that as long as the taxpayers' dollars On Jan 22 a Polk County addition and
times and too much mild needling remodeled old section a ch.mplonllke that can'tbe The presidential usurpation of authority nowhere
hold out the politicians can make our country work. and "fun and games" toneIt Grand Jury will open aa of the library. all bad. spelled out clearly powers and sharpIf are. granted or inferredby

For some reason this sounded about the same as a message also drew blood, and will undoubtedly tigation regularities"into the in the rumors. Inve'.1 Present plan call for the of. ..1 ,predict a..great future for the Constitution.
bring the anger it ex tidal opening, of the library on snot ooy, particularly u ne De- If the president I If the Congress fills Inthat
given by Franklin Roosevelt around 80 the coveted permit.. Should the aay pres
years ago Feb. 1.LAKELAND, comes a nlghtwatchman.
when the series of .. grand jury return a true bill,, I His ident-does not agree with the if it refuses to protectand
give-aways of
of the ,
taxpayers' course,
money In one quick skit for la the small group will have hopes concept of any congressionalact defend Iti rights and the
I started We were given some new bits here and there, stance aa Arab hotel clerk re of obtaining a license. Howeverif Commissioner of does the Dot measure up to some he I Ie granted the power rights of the almost :200 mfl.,
Harold elected
but we still fee] that the time has come when we shouldbe fuses a room to a man who has the grand jury returns a "no mayor for Grlzzard 19M last was Monday with own generation accomplishments, which produced of my of veto. lion American whom It rep.!
come from Israel. As the man bill," the group will have to If that veto Is employed resents, then we may ai well
whittling down the several
on tremendous debt nation Wilbur Y. Woolen getting the yo-yo and flagpole sitting
our .
turns he ii
away, we ice a admit defeat. Congress Is granted the right scup the Constitution abandon -
nod tem. WootenIs champions. But it !impressive
as was
owes..-- clergyman and he says, "All State Attorney Glen Dirty mayor pro- nonetheless.If to override Jt, if it so de the concept of representative

During a period of plenty is the time to whittle. right, I'll tell Hit Holiness." has said that he had not uncovered 1 member beeining of the Mi governing 15th year body a* a Hollywood ii on the bill, sires. government and acceptthe
The Pope In the Holy Land was evidence to Once realities
enough overridden totalitarian
During tough going should some studio will him there Is a
we use the credit of the of Lakeland.Mrs. up
of course, a big story of the present a c. s e. He, however Itl1a\ further safeguard. nil.
nation to tide us over for better times. The modern week and there was other reference said he would turn William C. Searl Jr. and for a movie Insomniac.called ""I Was aTeen.Ae congressional act, whether A it Few Americans, save those

politician and certainly a huge segment of our people to it. over to the grand jury all W.as J.new Peterson commissioner were sworn with In In saluting the feat, however, become law by presidential I of the lunatic left who dream
In a brief, racy soliloquy, the information he ha* un signature of a One World
or by socialistic utopia
know about I must fervent overriding -
nothing really times. express a hopeth.t
tough They can come Mr* Searl becoming the first
Frost brought the house down. covered. Gordon MacCsUa has of
It doesn a veto, is subject to will submit to such die-
start a fad. Teenager judicial -
and will come if we continue along the present way of First, it war necessary to know also said he would present what woman to. serve as a city com.missloner. may not need to deep, review through in ID- tatorshlp, even if the Congress

doing. business. that Britaia'i Prim Minister, evidence he has. Persons with but parent need teen.agers to.leeD. peal to the federal courti. lacks the good old fashioned
-- Gene Finch has been
Lord Home, pronounces his last complaints may also appear before That i is the guts to
fight for
Our greatest national sin looking to Washington elected' orrsldent of the Shrine Constitutional Its right to
name .Hum.. At any rate, the grand jury. way thatwaythatl is perform
the its
Scientists tell us that sleep I.a Ii Ameriesa Constitutionally
to:settle our problems. Smart Club for the coming rear. Others
politicians know this ; Frost told u. Lord Home was The restaurant and tavern kind of idling of the body the operation of defined duties.Rooms .

so;,they take our own money, dig up some old ideas, in bed with flu. Then he suggested owners are pinning their hopeson Bead elected, first vice were:president William and W. mechinlsm. Muscles relax body the long established system

brush them off and sell them how the sentence might Frank Wolfe, a Cocoa Beach temperature and blood of checks and balances
back to the people as chairman of the membership pressuredrop
who retained
attorney, was
sound if the "u" throughout There for Rent
and the brain can be>
wave calm no shortcuts
progress. Americans, if left to their own devices, can ws pronounced "0." the group to investigate the ru e n d attendance committee; down. from this

and will solve their Tlllstrom with his hands mora of irregularities. Earl Cooper, social chairman; Constitutionally es EFFICIENCY APART.
problems, but never by leaving only This must be true because all tablished procedure If
he has Mel Ruby, treasurer A L. McAllister this MENTS 2 &
Wolfe has hinted that ; 3 the
them to Washington to solve. seen on camera, did a marvelously of thosi things happen to me nation la to remain a ,
sensitive impression of a enough: evidence to possibly Indict \ secretary: Enoch H'I when the lic. repub- utmost in luxury at rason-

We can always dream that some day a President seen at the Berlin wall. And two person who were successful Bell president's aide; and Leon house are asleep.teenager' at my If a president able rat... Maid srvie.
is going to get and in his the I in their bide for liquor R. Sikes Jr., public relations.A can vold- all utilities
up State of the Union roes- magnificently homely Mist In fact, there i* nothing that gnore-rnodify-aa action by furnished 24-
laarge crowd turned out
sagt say that he is going to turn the nation back to its Merande was Interviewed as a I permits.Jan.. 23 will be the day of Friday morning for ceremon- I refreshes a parent more than a the Congress by executive or. hour switchboard air-con
winner who hadn't mad der
past teen then ditioning and
people quit bleeding them lee Charles sleeping -ager. this nation is heating.
for such things as Foreign the best dressed women list. I truth. honoring Larsen The question of whether the longer no
The consesu ls thst the"wets" Sr. at the Larson Mt'morl.lPower operating under a sys The Lake RegionHotel
Aid, standing armies in foreign lands, political entanglements Asked her raction, .a* said, the human body actually need as tem of representative
have played Plant. C H. Stanton, govern
that end "Oh, what the hell." Asked how general much sleep as most people ment.
up with us being the suckers; bends of the "dr)*" by airing manager and vice president giveIt
then she accounted for missing the has been under study for And It matter little Irk S.. *t Ave. I, N.W.
above all, take a firm stand on reducing! the national "dirty laundry in public. of Orlando Utilities Commission If at
list the "A aU
replied. simple mis to think many years.Thomas what Congressional Phone 293-4135
Many seem delivered the
debt so that our great-grandchildren won't be persons memorial Edison who
take. I went for those lousy the "dry," will have the up address. Inventedthe

]| saddled with debts. We know it won't ever come, but boots." She also mad not of per hand in an election to repeal incandescent lamp, had a
the lack of virility of some de law in the theory that sleep wss largely a
wfcan dream, can't we? the liquor HAINES CITY Former Congressman
signers. county Disgust with the bickering J. Hardin Pt'terlOnwill habit Inherited from our cave DIAL WSIR
There were, of court, the could tip the scale la b* the principal speaker onJan dwelling ancestors, who didn'thave ,r490
usual familiar for satire anything better to do.
A targets another election ,
30 when
Enjoy Laugh. city' past 'UNDAY
Goldwater, Johnson Rockefeller H* peculated that the adventof .M Good Morning
and future will be discussed at
Baker Nixon D the electric light would / 6sir.. OMorning 110 Mutual News
Bobby WALES Lake Wales
"Our foreign dealings book LAKE the annual' Chamber of Com. J 00 Mutual N_. 5 Jla-NMr> Markets
are an open -generally Gaulle, even Jack Paar, whose Is considering offering some prompt people to make use of xc fu.le Good

a cfceck i book" Will Rogers, 1935. program follow "TW3." Predictably i city property to a major manufacturing mere The banquet.city recreation department the night for fun sad profit, and yj Mutual from 1'1...Mutual J W Mutual Morning N.....
of the humor thus cause them to curtail their '.36 Sick a ihut 05 Good Morning
some was firm as a factorylite.
enjoyed a banner year la '.00 !II... HradliceiaraA J15 FI.hlnlb.1
very low. An attempted reference The offer 1* In connectionwith 1963 when over 119,000 participant lick time a 01 Church Bull.liII Baard :: Good, Morning

II Salvation Army Slates Classes to the Panama crisis wastasteless the city's effort to lure and spectators took part a'.111 30 Lak.Central Church of Christ !T:amt Fla.Mutual N..N.wc,
I, JI'on W.atiM
what with the killing Industry to the area. The plant in the citywide reception pro- AlmanacBy J 00 nod : n.r5 '- T M Good Morning

end furor of the past several would employ 250 persons. ,ram. Over 40 full.time em W MulualN.,1 ':.:61 Mooning Sporui Rariaw
day, "TW3": seemed to be The March of Dime Airlift, I 36 S.y It with Millie i m Mutual KtwaI
TJM Child Evangelism Fellowship the local Bible teaching churchei ployei' plus' numerous volunteer 10 R.adlln. 1:06: Momln News
trying 10 hard to touch all the scheduled for last week will go S fT Jlnuncup
the 10 n: R... Tnm
of Polk County will to help organize Bible classei *, lupervlsed program llm. Millie Ha.aI
hues all the news thatIt on today at the Lake Wales and maintained ficilitles. United Press International 10.30 All Star Muile 1so Mutual N.wa
r I 1, :I.paol'l 'Ju'J'SUOJ Ju'UJ'J' i for children. failed to touch them with airport. The municipal court collectedS3 Today 1 Ie Sunday, Jan. 12, the 11.JO Church .....Ie.. 1.40* 35 Good You M mln Gardea

f ge4lg.t l.p .ao t jotaodtth enough wit. One hopes it will Flight will start at 12:IS tad .83 of $4,015 assessed in city 12th day of 1964 with 354 to U.00 Tim.Mutual Signal Nwi 116 Good "I Mooning rlda

:Salvation Army la Lake shake down, go for real pungent the charge will be two cents a court during the month of De follow AI1"Mlnon .. I ox M( Lake R..lon T.Ua
-Memories- 12 ns Flo"da .. Mutual
satire and apply more selective pound. afternoon, cember. The Police department The moon 1* approaching it* 12.10 tawnne N.. welt 05 Good Mnrnlna-N..a
comments.The During the entire handled total of new phase. 12 30 yla and 10 Mutual New,
a World
TJ* program li designed to oral vaccine will\ be availablefree 139 eases 12 35 N.w. 1 115 Mutual
20 YEARS AGO I basic problem was well during the last month! of the The evening stars are Venus, fUlle for R.IU\ar 10 Nut10
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help ptrenti Sunday Schoolteacher put by the executive producer of charge Jupiter and Saturn. of Dotc'-Ioa' 10.ns Maw
old )'ear.RerruUon. 1'90 Lutheran Dick Eyrtrb
US. Navyman Cheater A. Hour Ibow
and anyone Interested of the British version after The Greater Chamber classes On this day In history: J 00 News H.adlln.i 10 10 Mutual 1'1...
la Reaching the Bible to Melvin returned to his Nebraska I seeing Arne r Ie.'. specialof Commerce of Lake Vales will at the Civic Center were Tues.resumed In 1865, President Lincoln and 10S 'hal'. Tb. luu.t t0 115 TOeS E'I'I.b Show
: bare after a leave spent herewith "fW3. H described the hold its annual dinner meetingat President Jefferson Davis of 170 Mutual N.w' I11-no Enkh.
dren. Visitors are welcome Jan. 29: day with Jack Miller, recreation I 36 Music prom The : IIIow
Club C'I"'I
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there 1 i. Adamswill tI
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Secretary 170 Mutual N' _. Enrich Show
business" and the British mood Vs., to diicui .
Melvin program The city commission has In.vested peace 11 M Tlma
A teacher training team from be the principal speaker I 30S Mutual Newt Bltnalf
a* "Journalism. Friday IM of the city' funds In term 35 nmi ef Color _
the Fellowship's national office 10 YEARS AGO Glen Dirty flat attorney < I n MutualAN.
night was a definite improvement the In 1932, Mn. Hattie Carawayof 4 04 Mutual News' ..
will b. the instructors in this I announced Thursday that h. 1964 Imperial Polk Charity 12 os yyrn,
Winter Haven 4 OS World R.rlfMutual G
area grower the earlier special., Arkansas, widow of Sen.
over Hone Show. Th $50 will to 1710 'hat
interdenominational confer I. would officially become a candidate go 4 30 N... wets the Sb.r\If
ence. Mill Wanda Nuhn and had an opportunity of hearing but it has far to go-and one for reelection next week, I purchase ribbons and trophyfor Thaddeui Caraway became the 4 nI Mmlo.... a.lum. 12 1160 Mutual 1'1...

Mm Wilma Vrilkeraon art the Florida Citrus Mutual' anal.yds i wonders bow hard it will try to He was elected date attorneyin one of the classes. In the first woman to be elected to the OS noI Mutual NMT.Mutual Miufe. 1711 411 L.g to a.walk Nan

two instructors. of the citrus price situation go very far. The British show 1960. horse show Senate.In I *) Mutual' 1'1.wiHrnld 12 sin Today In
The classes begin at I o'clock tried so hard it became news The Florida I e Development I 1943, the Office of Price I M of Truth JJJ Dolltln.IIOII 1lMtda

la the morning at the Salvation Just a few hour after tile I Itself. It war not sponsored. BARTOW Wallace L. Commission will assist the city Administration said, for the duration e e 00M I( Wlnti Mutual ef Ntwi' Heallnc 1.15 w'mRri...' W

Army, 830 N. Msisachus- growers council officer, from The American "TW3" Ie, Storey a Bartow attorney, it In planning the best land uae I of World War II, standard M tousle roe Sunday 1 1 M Mutual Non'

etta Ave., and lest to 1 in the this area attended .tlle most reportedly planning to get Into for areas designated for parks frankfurters would be replaced T'CO OS Mutual Mutual Muse N.... 1 SS "1'1."''III".n. ClaNIel

afternoon. Important meeting of the year"at HOME SWEET HOME the race for a neat in the legislature and recreation.The by "victory sausages"which T W Mutual N... 5S Noma Hllb"7
Persons who want to attend Lakeland. LONDON (UPI) Mrs Verona against already announced Lion Club was represented contained some meat and 116 Mutual Mush Mutuat N...

should bring their lunch with S YEARS AGO Small, 47, was given a suspended Kmgiwood Sprott Jr. at the Sarasota Club's soybean meal. p I 00 noI Mutual rV>uth.'M 1'1.. .Baptist. t 106 10 Hnm.Mutual"1'1.H1"<<.b...,.

them. Coffee and cake will be sentence Friday on of Lake Wales. Sprott la expected 25th Anniversary Yesterday and 106 Sunday M.lodl.a t M Hmm HICh"7
furnished. There will be a nursery Lake Shipp Heights residentswere charges she had refused to to make an official announcement will also be represented at the A thought for the day-Louisa 15t ttuard tVnlniu I I 01 00 Mutual Nrn

for children. discussing the pros and leave' London Airport after she In about a month Ft. Myers Lion State May Alcott said: "I bad a ( mH Music Mutual Nan 160 Mutual IInm. "1'1 Rllb._. .,

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two out of every three children volunteer fire fighting unit and I. Jamaica on a flight she thoughtwas was elected mayor of 19 and 20. Mld.// for it was happy." 1s.on N.na summary 1 M Hnm.Mutual" HICh..a,

in the United States do accepting county aid Instead of going to the United States Bartow Monday night: during the | The city has again / 10 01 Sin Off MOVDATMnmiiu OS Bin( AmI! Nan,

not attend Sunday school' or the city's current fir protec. Mrs. Small said abe now wanted .,city com million meeting. i ii rendering a decision on the ,i clsion I I. expected to be banded 1 III*" Mutual Ntvti

church. In* CEf work with ton program J to go back to Jamaica. |i Now serving bin third year on, J Municipal Trailer Park. The d- i down oa April 2. I C 00 Mutual 1'1.w. 00 Mutual Sans Alone Ntw .



Fruit Estimate Scientists Say I ; Gemini Support I Smooth Tires, Wet Pavement

(Continued From Pate One) WE

Results In No the Terry report pledged Surgeon that Gen.the Luther Public Work To BeginWASHINGTON Adds Up To Skidding HazardWASHINGTON

Health Service would "move
(UPI-If you Increase the minimum speed at NEED
promptly to determine what remedial d (UPI MaJor have the notion that smooth which hydroplaning occurs. '
Change In CropBy health measures the Experiment have shown that
construction work la going tires and a smooth wet pavement
public health service should on at five tracking and communication so-called safe speed maximums
take." i stations to Improve add up to t skidding posted on tome highways, especially THESE

JACK GURNET He said he was sure other ground support facilities for hazard, you're right Science at curves actually are I

The Florida Citrus ReporterThe federal agencies, the state! governments Project Gemini the next big says so. higher: than hydroplaning speedsand

result of Uncle Sam's and private groups step toward exploration of the It may surprise you however therefore unsafe

juggling' around of 1963-64 Flor would give the report prompt mono. to learn that high tire pressure "Tire Inflation pressure appears USED. ,
ida citrus consideration But he refused The National Aeronautics and to be the most Important
crop estimate by under those circumstances re
to speculate on what steps the Space Administration (NASA) factor in determining hydroplaning
duces the risk somewhat. Low
the USDA :
Friday actually resulted government might take. said Friday improvements were I would think speed," NASA taid.
in "no change" in the said pressure anybody Vehicle have CARS
Terry that among possible being made at the Guyamas would increase the area of tire weight appears to
current price and supply situation actions might be educational Station on the West Coast of touching the pavement and to little to do with It.

but did Indicate to industry campaigns aimed at the public Mexico; the John F. Kennedy increase traction. In one group of experiment

veterans that there must and at the medical profession. Space Flight Center in Florida, On a dry highway that In a car with tire pressure of It
the Bermuda and Island pounds TODAY
Canary per
be further fact, would be the case. But :oqu:3enc.bn:
changes downw.rdprior The possibility of labeling clgarettes stations in the Atlantic A new ..Iu.hcoveredI'avemt'nt. planed at hour. 1
not wet
on a or
to the end of the season. to indicate content or station also ia being built at Low In that Vehicles with tire pressure of
In ita Jan. 1 report issued possible hazards might be considered an Isolated desert spot en the circumstance pressure rather than 25 pounds per square inch
Friday, the government cut, a and "th re Is also the West Coast of Australia near tire were able to hit 52 miles an I
hinders what la known aa
flat million boxes of the early question of control of advertising a Canarvon. hour before running Into clanger Illl .
hydroplaning, or aquaplaning a
and mid-season estimate placing ," he told newsmen. Terry development fraught with potential of skidding. In each case the I
the forecast at 24 million emphasized he was "not endorsing dangerous speed was well within
boxes-but turned right around 64 ProgramContinued disaiter. I
any of these steps at this the legal limit '
These and other findings resulted
and million boxes i i
put a on the moment" but simply Illustratingsome at Large trucks and buses are
from Investigations
Valencia estimate to make that ( From Page One) lest susceptible than automobiles
figure 37 million boxes for the possibilities. Commissions" card to maintain the Langley Research Center,
to hydroplaning. They use
The to be taken by the 4-1963
Hampton. Va., of the NationalAeronautics
current Reason. and improve the Multiple
tire pressures of SO to 90 pounds
Public Health Service
Actually, most people in the Listing Service to expand the I and Space Administration per square Inch. At those pressures .
laid would be determined as '
Industry, conversant with pick. Board Library and promote its (NASA), they would have to go 7i MODELS
outs to date, had predicted soon is his staff has a chanceto CHEERLEADER QUEEN-Miis Judy Griffin of Dover, use. to sponsor an "Own Your NASA conducts research on to 90 miles an hour to lose safe
the .
there would be I reduction in study report.At Tenn., hat been entered In the Mill Cheerleader USA Own Home" week, and to participate problem affecting aircraft operations. contact with the pavement. CHEVYS
the early and midseason the briefing, Dr. Eugene in the national "Keil One of these problemshas
projection the Winter Haven Chamberof NASA
contest being sponsored by These speeds, said art
Guthrle for the
staff director
to do with what happens to
lor Week" .
but were surprised when Commerce and Cypress Gardens, She was Homecom. promotion. higher than most legal limits
committee said the found off from
group The committees under this airplanes taking or
the Valenclai got the million Sweetheart and Princess In three succtiiive for trucks and buses on U.S.
"no evidence" that filters will Ing flooded puddled or
box hike-holding the "round section are, the Legislative and landing on 3-1961
orange" total at 61 million have any effect in reducing the yean at Austin Pety State College, Clarkiville Tenn. Civic Affairs Committee with slushy runways roads. I

boxes. health hazards cited by the re George Leis, chairman H. E. According to the governmentsuch I

Because fruit growth rate in The Senator Tense Asbell, and John C Fisher: and conditions have caused Firemen GuardContinued MODELS
December did not come up to report the strongest indictment Kelly Capital the Finance and Budget Committee nine aircraft accidents and IS CHEVYSor

expectations the governmentcut of emoting by the government with Lester Atherton. "incidents" since 1959. ( From Page One) I
(Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page One)
400,000 boxes of the Temple to date took accountof The "Membership Promotion The problem la not peculiar and some dry clothes but then FORDS
orange estimate making that tobacco industry claims that tegrlty In all governmental" of. which the United States operates and Solidarity" section outlined to airplanes. Any vehicle ridingon he got a call at the high school

crop 3 million boxes com- there was no direct proof of a fires and operations, the Lake. the Panama Canal. its eight objectives as, the promotion pneumatic tires-and there where a gas dryer had caught:

bined with the round oranges causal relationship between land Senator laid. Kelly it a Thomas Man Presldt'ntJohnson' of attendance at the are some 65 million automobiles fire and burned up some towels.In .
for t total of 64 million or a smoking and various diseases.It general contractor Realtor and 10th Annual District Installa doing just that in the United answer to the question 51960Model
half-million off the originalOct. asserted: "It ia recognized owner of a general Insurance Latin American trouble tins Banquet promotion of the States--can run afoul of hydroplaning was he planning to ttty there

1 projection of MVi million that no simple eause-andeffect agency. shooter conferred with Chi fellowship (in the Board throughat and its dangers all night the chief answered "I 1
boxes of all orangea. relationship Is likely to exist between Saying that he will call on the art twice Friday without announced least one social gathering a Hydroplaning occurs on wet hope not. Not to give you a

With 43 percent of the projected a complex product like 1965 Legislature to repeal the result. Mann who is an year, establishment of an Indoctrination highways when the vehicles short answer but 1 hope 1 don't Chevy Fords
crop of 26 million boxesof tobacco smoke and a specific Increase in auto license tag Program for new called hydrodynamic pressures have to." I
grapefruit off the trees as disease in the variable human feet Kelly said "Unfair taxation assistant secretary of state and members, planning of quarterly lift the tires from the pavementand But the chief had made lUre Pontlacs

of Jan. 1, compared to only an organism." la the inevitable result of a White House adviser met the induction ceremonies for new leave them In contact with that there would be someone i

average of 28 per cent for the And the panel added: "It also the present spend and tax trend. President soon after bit arrival members, enrollment of Affiliate the fluid alone. there all night In case tome-

four non freeze yean since recognized that often the coexistence The automobile hat been seized here and was closeted with him Memberships of allied professions Under such circumstances, thing happened. I 10
1958 it is apparent now that of several factors is upon as the most likely sourceof awarding of "Certifi with a csr'a tires behaving like Meanwhile the firemen bad
there will be an acute shortageof required for the occurrence ofa revenue to finance excessive again Friday night cites of Appreciation" to members water skis is it obvious that built a fire of their own in

grapefruit before the end of disease, and that one of the costs of government, yet the The organization of American performing outstandingwork skidding can result. As the a grove heater 1957-58-59

the season. factors may play a determinant auto it a necessity." States (OAS) Clew a peace team in the Board promotionof Langley researchers put It, the "People have been kidding

The big surprise in Frida,'. role that Is without it, "A governor with a tucceti- here early todiy.AntiAmerican attendance to the State Convention results are "loss of directional all day about us having a hot Model

projections it there was any the other factors seldom lead to ful background ai a businessman mobs roamedthe and quarterly meetings, stability and loss of braking time" said one of the firemen."I .
an increase of a flat million occurrence of the disease can call for repeal of this streets, amsshing and burnIng and continuation of "Realtor of effectiveness which greatly increases I wish they had been down ChevysFordsOlds

boxes in the tangerine figures, The committee which workedon penalty with the support and U.S. property through the the Year" and "Associate of topping distances." here. That Isn't a very big w Bulcks

up from 2.7 million to 3.7 box. the report for more than 14 confidence of the people behind night and Into the early morn- the Year" awards. Automobile stopping distances lake, but it Is just big enoughfor .

es. month, said it based its conclusions his request Kelly asserted. Ing. In the hours just before The committees under this may be tripled.Hydroplaning. I the wind to get going pretty Pontiac
The government made I on three kinds of evi Pointing out that he It not dawn the city wn quiet, but section are, the Education and. on smooth tires good across It. When your
alight change in the tangelo estimate dence. All of its conclusionswere tn attorney "or a professional shattered glass in the street Program Committee, with Harold may occur at water depths no clothes are soaking wet anyway

raising it from 700,000to based on analysis of more politician who holds a high and the reek of smoke in the Irby and Frank Sparrow greater than a tenth to four that is pretty bad." I
800,000 boxes. than 10,000 studies which had salaried office" Kelly described air were mute reminders of the co-chairmen; The Indoctrination tenths of an Inch, NASA said\ Even at midnight cars were IMMED--
Paul Shuler. agricultural himself "an Committee, with Jack It can occur instantaneouslyonce
been conducted In this country ai Independent riots.U still stopping and people were
economist In the USDA's crop and abroad. businessman who knows whatIt S. observers suspected that Pines and Carlton Doer cochairmen a certain critical speed coming in and looking around

|reporting service at Orlando, It to stretch dollars to operate pro-Castro Communists wereseeking ; Membership Com has been pasted. And every car that went by. 1MELY!
,bad this comment on the Jan. on a budget and to meet to exploit the outbreakof mittee with Emily Bessley The critical speed depends on Including a Highway Patrol
10 projections: Classes SlatedContinued expenses and payrolls." anti-American violence. chairman Maynard Jordan, such things aa the tire tread car, slowed
"Groves are generally in excellent and Ray K. Leis; Social and texture of the pavement and For Our
Kelly said one of the primary The U.N. Security Council At one time during the afternoon
condition. Rainfall occurred ( From Page One) objectives of this administra brushed off Panamanian charg Welfare Committee with Gertrude the depth of water or slush. A one of the firemen asked

over all the citrus area and from 1:30: to 3:30: p,m., tion will be the attraction of new ea of "unprovoked (U.s. aggre. Bryan chairman, Grace tire with a rib tread or a pavement the chief if there wasn't someway
the last two days of December and from 7:30: to (30: p.m.There Industry and payrolls. "When slon" and a demand for nationalization Atherton, and Sue Van Duyoe; with lateral grooves would to keep people out of the CustomersVIE
and the 7th and 8th of Jan- will be an additional and the Dues and Attendance
elected governor I expect to be. or internationalization building Just Inside the main mmmuHmmmmm
providing adequate soil class from 7:30: to 1.30: p.m. on Committee with Edna Watson,
nary gin Immediately to use the influence of the Panama Canal. The entrance there Is no floor -
moisture. December temperatures Feb. 13. An sessions will be held chairman, Helen Whltley Storey Resigns
of that office to at. council referred the new Panama Malcolm Tetreault. just tome soggy carpeting anda
while below normal were at local Red Cross headquar-
tract new Industries to Florida. crisis to the OAS. 10 foot drop I
not low enough to injure cit ten 55 Fifth Street NW. will industries Members appointed to theEthics (Continued From Page One) few small
There only
I notify across Foreign correspondents flying were a
: and Arbitration Committee
Cold weather has hardened Residents of the Winter Haven special executive session Friday
rus. that Florida needs of roof still hanging but
the nation
in from the United States bad pieces
and caused fruitto winter visitors were Warren Seek el and night to start out plans
tree growth area, ai well ai mapping hit
and welcomes I the chief making sure
new payrolls. difficulty finding taxicabs at was
Maynard Jordan, three
attain a high color and continued are invited to attend these year for the May Democratic primary WILL
will follow this notice with : clear of these.
maturity. This dormancy classes and for the volunteer per. the airport ai a result of the terms; Glenn D. Gerke andJ. men tttyed ,
qualify tonal visits and presentationsto general strike A driver eventually Of course there wit one question
has the tree in such condition work carried on by the D. Hill two-year terms; and The first Item they took care
that with favorable weather an representatives of Interested : was found but he said he Julian Johnston Jr, John C, of was authorizing the chairman running through everyones1mind
early growth and bloom can be covered industries" Kelly said. He said would not dart to drive the Fisher and W. H. McReynolds, i to obtain maps of every : Why were there four TRADE
he will work for the expansionof newsmen after daylight.The all one-year terms.In I the major fires In 10 days
expected. are Interesting and Informative. city in the county showing
and tourism but
agriculture crisis raged over the addition to the above
Mrs. D. R. of the Red new precinct lines
that the state also needs PANAMA CITY-Henry Taylor
new same ground as similar outbreaks named committees Warren
Imperial Horse Cross Office, it recruitment Interested payrolls. in 1960 and 1D62. Observers Seckel was appointed as Aaio- the Wallace Storey, chairman out that of first secretary of the U.S. HIGH
chairman. Anyone Committee pointed
"The combination of greater speculated that the real elate Division Representative Embtisy, describing to reporters -
and who would feel like gaining they already have a county '
One) fiscal responsibility In state how a U.S diplomat beadIng -
(Continued From Page additional Information It Invitedto aim of the Panamanians wn to The "Community Develop but that they need mapsof
riders now total Into the dot. contact the Winter Haven government and the attractionof enforce their demand for an Increased ment and Civic Activity" arc- map each city for their work era. home from the embassy was
ens, thus assuring the countyof new payrolls Is the only for. share in the revenues Jon outlined four objectives for About dozen announced waylaid by five knife-carrying TOGET
national publicity. I Chapter headquarters.McKown mula that will make it poe of the U.S.-opera ted canal. 1964. They are, to continue candidates a at the Committee's Panamanians who forced hit

Officials of the show said It lible for Florida to keep pace This week's disorder were work on the "Clean Up, Fix invitation and incumbents ahow-. car to the curb:

would be impossible to place a NamedContinued with the growth we are going touched off by new dissension Up, Paint Up" project to de ed up to their views on "He was lucky to get back

monetary estimate on the Ihow'l to; experience, the prosperity we on the display of the Panamanian velop a program to obtain new how the give upcoming primary here." 'EEXTRA :
( From Page One) deserve and the service must I
but agreed that we flag in the Canal Zone. industries to promote a highway should be run. :

thousands of dollars are spent I a President'i Certificate, wit perform."In This country'i flag is displayed Improvement program and Public Defender Lee Roy For great baked potatoes
the In the top 10 cent of the order to maintain and improve
in the area during season per aide by side with the beautifuation, and to consider Horton of Lake Wales suggested .
by participants. I entire University academicallyand Florida1 prosperity In US. flag at most public buildings sponsoring a Boys' Club Hospital and made motion which
Winter Haven Is fortunate this graduated with honors. his day and age of the population In the zone, but U.S. students or United Fund Drive, or was passed that the committee Cheez Whiz emfSpoon !

year In that the Imperial Char I McKown was a member of explosion, the business have vigorously resisted similar program. "buy at least two ads of reasonable
ity Horse Show begins! the Sunshine Sigma Nu Fraternity Alpha practices and principles In efforts to extend this practiceto Committees under this section site In major newspaper '
Circuit in Florida shows Delta Sigma (ADS) professional which I believe to strongly must the schools are, the Beautiflcation In the every county" between forExtra "

in Miami, Delray Beach, Lake Journalism fraternity, Kappa be applied to the Increasing cost When Panamanian students Committee, with Jack Pines, MW and the primary urging
Worth will follow.l The PolkCounty I Tau Alph, scholastic fraternity. of government-and the attraction Invaded the zone Thursday and chairman, Dorothy Wilcoion loyal Democrats to reregister. CleanCARS'
Riding Association Is a He Is also a member of the of new payrolls," Kelly hoisted a Panamanian flag outside Eleanor Iglehart, Zella Pear. State Attorney Glen Darty
member of the American HorseShow Winter Haven Kiwanis Club. continued. the high school in son, and Glenn D. Gerke; the limiton
Balboa suggested that they put a
Association and It approved McKown and hit wife Yvette Emphasizing that he Is a Panama's twin city American Industrial Committee, with the I length of time guests
by the Florida Hunter live at 120 Stevenson Road In strong believer in the free Harold Irby chairman George
enterprise students
tore it down. The rioting may speak at the rallies. He .
and Jumper Association. I Winter Haven.WORRIED. system, Kelly said he started a few hours later W. Leis, and W. H. McHeynolda. laid that In the put introduc-

will seek abolition of the retail Ions have taken so long that SEE
The "Publicity and Public Re. it .
price fixing powers of the Floe the people have left before the p -
Local Students lations" section of the work '
da Milk Commission and at eandldatea got to speak crawhc *
hum! ** :
ABOUT governor will consider for appointment program also outlined four objectives Wilmer McCutcheon chairman Chevrolet

to the Milk Commit- (Continued From rue One) for the year, They are, of the Board of County Heat it !Iw
lion "only those who will take will then go to the state eon- the continuation of the Board Commissioners said he felt that
i u1' YOUR HEARING ? a public stand against retail test at Ocala State competition Scrapbook for State Competition they should have tome one at daaa 1ajo1Spread CenterFOR

price fixing" ends February 1, and ; updating of Board history each of their rallies praise the

SONOTONE ;is THE Kelly said reorganization of winners will receive expense through research of old records Democratic party, hit theory it!Iw. HIGH
the State Road Department and paid trips to Philadelphia, ; maintenance of a grievance being that when you have a

to see promotion of a system of education Valley Forge and Washington committee to receive captive audience you should padsKRAFT'S ChevroletTrades
company complaints from the general
which can achieve ex.cellenci D.C. take advantage of it.
MJ JMHMvewBtMW wasHM will be "high on my Names of State finalists will public as well as Board mem- It pointed out that the emote. .
If you need expert help on a hearing problem thousandsand list of objectives." He said de- be submitted to National Headquarters hers; and the holding of an as- of Friday night's meet iMttevriitd( pretest choose .

thousands will tell you Sonotone is the best. alls of hit plant along these at Kinias City Mo., nuall legislative dinner for If gii- purpose ng was to get an early startso apreoel he _iM el !

Thousands have also found-many through sad experience lines and bit position on several by February 7 and the national loon and county commissioners they could do the best Job fry cheese' ffreera
elsewhere that Sonotone is the most economical in other Important issues will be winner will be given an opportunity as guests for better acquaintanceship possible for the candidates !
and for discussion .
to obtain scholarship of
made public toon. I
the long run. Kelly It a former Mayor of $3,000 (first), $3,500 (second)I. of real estate problems.The .
In 35 yean of leadership we have led the way In superior Lakeland and U serving hit sec $2,500 (third), and $1,500 (four committees under this .GoodDeals
hearing aids guaranteed service established local offices ond term in the Florida Senate. th) placet. section include, the Realtor First to Church Then Out to Dinner
helpful company policies. Week and Own Your Own Home

Hearingaids committee, with Mike Nolan SUNDAY PLATE SPECIAL -
This Sonotone service Is not more expensive.
are a long-range investment. They are a dead lost if chairman Mallie Norden Ken Good
Jloomendial, Wilma Hudson Grilled Country
tossed into a drawer after a few weeks. Sonotone seeks to Louis Suprina Helen Eall.aoa.and ,

provide lifetime hearing the economical way DON'T BE Lola Bush; the Publicity Smoked Ham Steak Service

Sonotone hearing aids are priced to fit afl budgets. AH and Scrapbook committee with e Serve with mtvfUk ?.'.*.... envy,
be on credit terms. Plus our unique I HALF SAFE Paul Smith Jr., chairman Gertrude -
can purchased easy "M ,( | vee.feble. rails end batter.
Bryan and Mike Moles;
replacement plan company sponsored i in 48 states which CHEVROLETCENTER
Awards committee, with Julian
means you never need be without your Sonotone hearing; .f"ewfeeFULL Johnson jr., chairman; ByLaws 89LIGGETTTOOCHTON?
the best Is expensive.SONOTONE.
aid. Remember- never >..t.cii.i ... committee with Carlton
Don chairman John C Fiih-

ED MARQUAROT er, and W. H. McReynolds; the Hl..v *t CY I.UZt

the trusted name In better hearing for 33 year Beasley Insurance Agency Julian dominating George Johnston W. committee Leis Jr., chairman and, Robert with- I II DRUGSTORES 11 AUIURNDALI 4th It. S.W.

( SINCI mo '
) W MeElroy; and the Elec-
m Cart Um. at. L.ke'e' *".ft. MU 1-7111 14 i....i..r JWM kinky H"* An.... ion committee with Edgar.'I. MAYINiSundey.

ATTIKUt pow ALL HIAHINa AIDa 110 Ave. A, N.W. CY 3-4147 and Hales 8., chairman.A. Moore, Dan Winters, 'I MOtTH .AH SHOrtlN CINTU J

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PTA Members I ..

I -if:

Hear Talk On

Modern MathRalph w : Y _

Dili, Supervisor of
Elementary Instruction in Polk
County, told over 75 parents

Friday night that the new I! 0 SUN. MON. TUES. WED.
modern math does not use new
concept so much at it introduces I' E "CAMPBELL'S"
old concepts at new 14 rI
836 Sixth
St. N.W.
grade levels I '' ,
In an area-wide, PTA-sponsored 1 TOMATO
"overview" of modern
math, held at Denison Jr. Hi I I
It was learned that even our
everyday lives will demand I SOUP
greater math understanding in ALL MEATWIENERS
the next 10 )'ean. He laid it If SUGAR CREEK
estimated that 75 per cent of
most'jobs will require a good I I No. 1Can
math background. Therefore, 5c
this-Tew approach to an old i. -
subject Is an attempt to make
interesting and challenging, a I
subject usually avoided or endujed :
Limit I with your f 1 er
by many students. It re
food rJor, pixie.
and understanding men
quire reasoning ..a

more than memorizetinji KING AND QUEEN-Glenn Mobley and Sabirina Rivers were crowned King and
of facts. More
being placed on emphasiiIs meaning Queen of the Wahntta Community recently. The two monarchs toured Cypress Gardens 12-Oz. ,

than on computation by rules following their crowning. From left, Terry Curtis, Diana Smock, an unidentified girl from
Dial touched on terminology; Cypress Gardens, King Glenn Mobley, Queen Sabirina Rivers, another unidentified love 19
basic mathematical principles, ly from the Gardens, Debbie Dix, Gordon_ Patterson, and Terry Bradbtrry. Pkg.
( his, or properties underlying _
alb; mathematics; number lines, .
mathematical sentences, clo- Fruit Shipment "GORDY'S"PLAIN
sufe, and the theory of sets.
Some" of the number "games" Ridge Bridge PKS. OF I or IODIZED "J
introduced to demonstrate "EVERFRESH"HOT
wore r-
th. method of discovery in this Shows IncreaseWeekly By JOHN M. TAYLOR DOG 'W J4
new approach. SALT
Miss Smith, of BUNS :
Phyllis one
Polk County Dup cGt. Bridge Director I :
Waiter Haven's outstandingmath
cannery receipts for FREE .
who also
teacher serveson'
The first quarter mark has Elmo Hoffman of Iowa Mrs.
the State Math Textbook Selection the week ending Jan. 10 totaled WITH EACH"
Committee, was Intro- 2,059,134 boxes compared with I been passed in the annual com. Tyner and Mr. Virginia Miller PURCHASE. 26 Oz. I

duced. She will be instructor 1,459,123 last week. petition among Polk County'I of Winter Haven, and Rob. > r.n..er > 5 C ;

toi a class in modern math This week'i cannery totals duplicate bridge players In the ert Thornhill and Mr. Staper. Pkg :
scheduled In the adult night
three months from Oct. 1 of Because the St.
are: Grapefruit 373,713, Or. ,
cheat starting Individuals in February.those interested angea 1,935,738, Tangerine last year through the last day Regional Is ending today there (Limit: One with your $J or more food order, pteaie.J) :
of 1963, here are the points won
arc: asked to can Lee Langstonat 134,629. I will be no Sunday night game lllllllllllllilillllllililllllllliliilllillllllillllllltll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIMIItLean with
: by the top ten in county games: Limih 2 year $1 cc .
the Winter Haven The season's cannery totals Mrs. H. C. Walker Winter tonight In Lakeland. Next Sun. m.r. (sad erd.e, pious, r z
Aria Office, 294-4226, for information day there will be a "free din.ner" .
about registration, and for period ending Jan. 6: Grape Haven, 12.42; Mrs. Ted Flan- Western
game at Morrison's Cafe :
loan (WH), 10.97 Robert
fruit 4,611,693, Oranges 9,753- ;
scheduling. teria There will! be
Thornhill (WH), 9.27; Paul Tyler a Special
-- 510

Blood ProgramTo Totals, Tangerines for corresponding(13,962. per I; Waits Lakeland(L), 853, 8.58; ;Mrs.Mrs.V.Theo D. night Masterpoint In Lakeland c a m and e a Tuesday Charity Pork Loin C Z

iod last season: Grapefruit Masterpoint game Thursday :
Flesher (L), 836; Doug HallL 49
4,743,683, Oranges night In Bartow.
I !! 31,344,724'1 ( ), 7.40; Mrs. Frank Slayer The next Winners
Tangerines 371,928. Game will be
(WH). 7.04; 0. 0. Feaster (CL) on Friday
Weekly fruit shipments for night, Jan. 31, In Winter Haven.
Be OutlinedPaul 7.00; Mrs C. W. Thompson (L), Lb.
the week ending Jan. 10 Whole or Rib Half "BLUE SEAL"
(24,478 boxes compared with 857.The
262.950: last week. I top ten player. as of Oct. Tree Planting SOLID
Anderson, general field 1,
This week'i ahipment totalsare 1 1964, will receive awards at
representative of the American : Grapefruit 436,584, Oranges the annual banquet. The top Week DeclaredBy
Red Cross, will be present and 188,295, Tangerines 105,-, player in the county will get
outline the Blood Program of 509, Templea 96.267, Tangelos 11 the "Polk Cup." The nine run- Gov. Bryant Cut OLEO
the organization at the Tuesday 7,186, Murcottl 637. ners-up receive "Medals of c '
meeting of the Board of Directors The season's shipment totals Merit" Among the top ten, so I Gov. Farris Bryant has pro
of Winter Haven Chapter, for period ending Jan. 6 are*' far, Winter Haven players dominate claimed the week beginning today ;
commencing at 4 p.m. There are Grapefruit 1,158.304, Orange the first three places. as Tree Planting Week in PorkChops .
many new details in connection 2,896,036, Tangerines 2,026,304, Lakeland players have six of Florida. .. La. c.5Q
; with the program Mr Anderson Temples 199,154, Tangelos 451, the 10 spots. Lakeland and Winter The proclamation Is as fol. Lb. 5
I N li expected to supply 808, Murcottl 2,004. Haven split the next 10 lows: Pkg.
19 addition to Mr. Anderson'stalk Totals for corresponding per places evenly: Whereas Arbor Day, January I .
there will be the usual presentation lod last season: Grapefruit Otte Rice (L), 8.54; Mrs. H. 17, 1964 has been sot aside as Hiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'
of reports by the various 6,084,364, Oranges 5,328,569, G. Morris (WH), 5.99: Stanley a day dedicated to the planting
committee chairmen. Tangerine 1,550,426. Sapp (L), 5.45; Mrs. Ewln Williams 1 of trees in Florida and has become "GERBER'S STRAINED" Ifmtti I with y.rrI.r
-- (WH), 538; Mrs. William an important symbol In m.re f.4 .rJ.f, plt.u.
I Dancy (L), 5.37; Jim I conservation, and
Nlcholls (L), 534; Mrs. J. G. Whereas, an enlarged population
I from Johnson Appliances Ir Wood (WH). 495; Mrs. Phillip and expanded Industrialization BABY
Trohn (L), 481; Mrs. W. D. has increased the demand )
Burt (WH), 461; Mrs. Robert for trees, a renewable
Staufer (WH), 4.41. natural resource, organizations :
The above points Include all working for community better.I
those won In county games ex. ment and Individual citizens are I =
eept those In the National Char urged to plant trees to Increase OOD "
not been certified as yet. The aesthetic resources of our State; FROZEN
winning team In that event Now, Therefore, I, Farri
W Mrs. Waite and Mrs. Thompson, Bryant, by virtue of the author I ;
have been notified that their ity vested In me as Governorof FRENCH
score was the highest. In their the State of Florida, do hereby I

district. In addition, the second I proclaim January 1218,1964, 6 REG. FRIES
place team in the Bartow as Tree Planting Week in Flor 49 r

game had the second highest!! I Ida. JARS
percentage In the district. That
team.... Mrs. Annie Hitter and I Baptist Church 9 Oz.
Mrs Williams of Winter Haven.

Greater Dependability! Bartow The winners masterpoint In the game recent were I Slates Courses ( : 6, Please) Pkg. 5cLimit !

Doug Hall and Mrs. Waits of Next ThursdayStetson iiiiiiimiiiiimmiiiiimiiiiiil
Fewer Service Problems! Lakeland and Robert Thorn. tlmh; 2 with youe $3 rSO 1"SUNSHINE" ,
Mil and Mrs. Flanlgan of Winter
University's Extension
EXTRA more (ood .rdar, pl.u.. :
Haven. Division of Christian Education CHOCOLATE CHIP a
Mrs. Flanlgan scored a "ser opens its Polk County Center in I With. this' eaueasa II i
pure '
lea slam" by winning both the the First Baptist Church, 198 W "NNAIT7" o. COOKIES7V401.
: ,..... 'I
afternoon and evening series Central Ave, on Thursday. I .
conducted by the Winter Haven A course in "Christian Ethics' MIRACLE .
Duplicate Club. Trailing Mrs. will be taught each week by Dr. WHIP STAMPS lox 29'Coupon

Flanigan In the afternoon series Albert L. Carnett from 6:30 to 59c
... I
were Mrs. Norlee Thornhlll! 9.15: p.m, It provides three hoursof
1D of Winter Haven Mrs. Perry college credit and public Good it Thrlftwiv Only !
e Swindler of Lakeland, Mrs. J, school teacher certification to Thru Wtd. J.n 1S M- "FRIM'N GREEN" I I Iw

o P. Tyner of Plant City, Mrs. those who can qualify Those kI
Otis Porter of Winter Haven, not seeking credit, however, are
Mrs. Walker, and Mrs. Lena also urged to attend. YnCABBAGE I
Ryan of Winter f EXTRA '
Haven. The Further Information may be a. r
"Flanigan, followers." In the obtained from Dean Jack Con. lhla coupon
evening series were: Mrs. ley, Lake Wales 34241, or Er. ass purcnato of s LB .
"IIA: ''RAND' .
Walker Mrs. Williams, Mr. nest E. Walker, CY 4-4133.
Sapp, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Burt, BREADED i
Mrs. John Mao Mesh of Winter CASH DOESN'T KEEP SHRIMP _

Haven, and Frank Stapor. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. lo.a 59c t ,
The winners In the master- (UPI)-The Marine Bar was r (
point games played between I out $1,800 In cold cash today Capon T"1t Good Wed al, ii Jan,,away II Only :
holidays In Lakeland and Winter after being held up Friday by 1
Haven were: Mr. and Mrs. I two gunmen. .
William Danny of Lakeland, The money had been kept In k

T"I NIN5DALI.MODxteoaew -Mrs._._Dortha--_Wood._- and Mrs. 1 the refrigerator. EXTRA esee i
Danish Modem tyan Is p _
uino, oil Nnithod: Wolnut vonoort I 100% With thio coupon II I .
and toloet hardwood ''''''d.. ,In and purohacc of
Chorry Iruitwood vonoort ..ndnl.et Hand HEALTH INSURANCE PRODUCERSEstablish "COLOATI" BOND I
Hordwood lolldi

roctongulor Model! S026H.picture lif, 261 w....q",..In.n .WiredJohnson and build TOOTH STAMPS FRESH "RED 'N RIPE"TOMATOES !I


f Zenith Color wffft Nof/oncf/ HOTTEST fUEl G TIIlftw.y Only i
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Hera's a brand new $7,800 Hospital Income Policy. It pave
up to J1JO a week for hospital confinement for 52 weeks f
priced as $44995 Vim Call act it in different used "lChllS, $100 or
$"0 a week on risks from I month through 69 re....

I low as In the entire -year history of National Casualty no policy EXTRA
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.nd ofPMiH
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sales material Address! your inquiry to: C

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: youth b u d f e t and Interim I relationships within the family,
tirst Presbyterian Church Plans Meeting WednesdayBy I pledges of members to be received Family Forum In Lakeland I responsibility to strengthen and religious

la 1964, the total revs. faith and practice
WELLS F. HARVEY vides for report to be drafted. the consolidated report will be I prayer in the public schools; I II
at I the value and of leisure
art placed $110,057.70as "
I I flues A "Family Life Forum with slated to begin at t *.m. Are use
The annual meeting of theirst This project proceeds from brought adequately to public I (b) Race. I II compared with actual receipts emphasis on relationships with. lletre tloD fee of $2 will be time.
Presbyterian Church, toe differences of viewpoint '' notice., thus forwarding its I (c) Labor questions, offshore in 1962 of $102,74323. in the family and branching into charged This Includes t lunch- A second panel composed of
i held Wednesday evening, evitable to the membership lD-1' basic purpose. What begins asa labor In particular I II Upon this basis the final budget the school and eommunitl, will eon to b* served under the direction Shelley S. Boone, Polk County
15, will raise the curtain a church situated as Is the be held at the Lakeland Civic
an. study or debate within the I The holdover members of
is fixed at ",m Public Instruction
I $109,989. up of Mrs. Sam Spencer, superintendent of
Presbyterian church of Winter Center Wednesday, Jan. 15, by
forthright inquiry Into '
in a Session win be the
presumably the Session, who will participate
I Haven The announcement offers from 1963. the school and community will Lakeland and her committee. ; Walter Dobruck, FlorIda -
slues vital to that church-I no hope that all members tame within the congregation, In this study are:-Clifford 'i iBrillham This budget provides an Increase ent Teacher Associations. Mr*. W S. Martin Lakeland, State Industrial Commission .
ilia! also to the comumty I will be brought to the same for the influence of the Session, Branch, Mrs. Frances 0.
of $5,359 for benevolences Dr. Robert Gates, assistant and C.
Mrs W ,
will b* In charge of registration. ;
issues H Wales
Those are racial Inte- conclusion The la, : Mrs E. ,
purpose by the democratic Presbyter. which are 28.5 cent director of Instructional Services Tampa will make the transition
ration and the Bible In the Walter! Zartman Miss Sally per .
( rather to define the issues, to
Ian policy, li limited by the acceptance and advisor on Exceptional Into the school.
public schools Linked with : state them clearly, to debate Abernethy, Alfred S. Rates of the total budget. This la an Following the address by Dr.
Child of the
these Issues are questions of them amicably and to foster I of the membership of Neal B Saxon and M K. Veld- increase from 241 per cent of They will deal with quality
denominational policy and authority. such mutual respect as will contribute I the church, and, In a broad huis The four new membersare 1963. but Is not up to the 40-( State Department of Education, Gates, three panels In half hour education and the means to pro,
sense, by the acceptance of the which voiced Tallahassee will be the keynote intervals, will discuss Ideas informally vide It, reduction of school
The purpose Is to approach to the peace, unity and to be elected from the fol. per cent hope was
these Issues head.on, progress of the church. I entire community I lowing placed In nomination by in the early period of the 1963 speaker for the forum, stressing among themselves and dropouts, and two.way communication -
rather than to leave them In I The fact is that somewhat ,I That this project deal with the nominating committee financial campaign. Experience the development of creativity with the audienc between the borne and
the hazy background or under. similar discussions bav been I a sensitive area li tacitly ac Owen Bissett, David Ellsworth I II made It clear that the hope within the family. I A panel composed of the Rev school.
ground. I heretofore proceeding within knowledged by the anounce. ,I I Mr,. Myrtle Lawrence James i was not realistic but those of Dr. Gate has served on numerous Robert W. Farrow, First Presbyterlan A third panel comprising
The first announcement of the Session; that differences ol ment. The concluding paragraph Niswongrr, Walter Parker, May benevolent attitude continue to governmental boards I Church, Winter Haven Judge Bowdon Hunt, Polk County
this project was contained In opinion have been felt and plain I atatei:-All this Is being done nard Travlss John Boyce hope for the day when the First and commissions, as visiting ; Dr. Crockett Farnell Juvenile Court Judge, DavidA.
the Tower Chimes, the official )Iy expressed; that the result has with respect for differing pointsof Whitesldes and Wallace Young Presbyterian church of Winter professor In some IS collegesand Tampa, Mrs. Charles Thrift Jr, Lofgren, and Mrs Johnson,
publication of the church Displayed been better understanding and view In controversial Issues At the anual meeting five deacons Haven will provide a dollar for i universities, and as lecturerat Lakeland; and the Rev Thom- will discuss the community,
upon the first page was increased good will among the and In the spirit of prayer" i are to be chosen from the the broader work of the churchfor numerous educational conferences I ts Bunts, Santa Fe High School I They will stress community
the annoucement: "Session will i members of the session In another Further, the entire project li following 10 nominees:-CuyBnstick / every dollar spent upon its and meetings H* I Is Lakeland, will discuss specific help for children in conflict with
tackle some of the big ones" connection Mr. Blackwood also related to the solemn oath Robert Hanks, Rich own activities married and the father of seven questions relating to the horn*. authority, cultural and recreational
The session Is chiefly] responsi I In a recent sermon spoke taken by the Elders upon their ard Klngham, Robert Lancashire children. They will cover such subjects resources, and health and
ble for the leadership of the earnestly about the damage Installation and to their official John MacCatla, Sum Registration for the forum I is (i effective pl'rsonto-peraoD safety programs.
church. It consists of twelve which can proceed from mica I responsibility to promote Portlock, Edward ThreadgUl, Raymond Zopp .---- .. -
members, with four places Information whispered about Ina the "peace, unity and purity"of Bobby Webb, Robert Young and Joins Stale
about to be vacated and to be community. The purpose in the church' I Forrest Zimmerman.
filled at the annual moetig I this project is to get debate out | The study group of the Session Information about the church, Farm Central Baptist Church
The announcement states that in the open, where statementsare will consider the following questions which will appear in the various CompanyRaymond
the Moderator, who Is the pastor made upon personal re aa outlined In the an reports follows:-N e w
the Rev. James Black sponsibility. nouncement: I members received in 1963, 140, D. Zopp, mho was In Central Florida Central Polk County
wood, with the advice of Elders I These studies originated within I (1) What his Presbyterian the largest in five years The formerly with Leggett ..ndBplk.Linds..y Central Winter Have
Alfred Estes and Neal the Session, but it is obvious doctrine to do with this Church? total membership, however Is department storesin
Saxon, will appoint four study that they will not remain thereUpon (2)) What Is the relationship I, below the 1,400 level, owing to Winter Haven, has joined the
groups is soon as the new Elders that point the annouce of this Church to Presbytery I the removal from the roll In the management development program Sermon Subjects Today:
are elected The announcement I ment does not go Into detail I Synod and General Assembly I past two years of 184 persons in the Eastern Regional ;
contains an outline of the It merely states that the results ? who have departed Office of the State Farm Mu 11:00 AM
ground to be covered by each "will be mad known" ((3)) Should this church be Involved I Membership of church school tual Automobile Insurance Co.
study, sets three months as the I I But after an announcement so In social and political I 833, Including officers and in Charlottesville, Va "SITTING IN HEAVENLY PLACES" w
period for the study and pro. widespread it Is probable that Issues? I teachers, a gain of 40 over 1962. Zopp, his wife, Barbara, and 7:30 PM
(4)) What la the position of 1 Financial i campaign of the their two children are livingat
this church regarding specific fall of 1963 resulted in cash and 1225 Park Ct, Apt. B 4, in "WHY EVERY CHURCH SHOULD HAVEA
TUNE TO issues on which the United Presbyterian pledges of $94.253 as comparedwith Charlottesville HOTEL, JAILHOUSE, AND A FEW
General Assembly has $87,694 at the end of the In Winter Haven he was a BLOODHOUNDS"
made pronouncements: 1962 campaign With estimatesfor member of the Junior Chamber
YOUR QUALITY STATIONWSIR (a) The report on Church and 1964 based upon the experience of Commerce the Chamber nth St. and Av*. A, N.W. Downtown REV R. D. HODGES
State including Its recommen I of 1963 for Indefinite of Commerce and the Merchants A WIDE AWAKE SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 10:00 AM Pastor
dations on Bible reading and verbal pledges, loose offerings, Association
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New Business

Diversified Publicttloni, Inc.,
a new Winter Haven business,
has purchased the McElroy

for building it* office at 700, it Sixth wn announcedby St. NW, r t IIIItEI = 11I

Richard J. Armitage, president 'i liii january

The building, of pre-stressed thru
concrete and glass designed by .
Gene Leedy and built by Mc r 18
Elroy Builders Inc., hit at january
tracted international attention / r
a* one of the first structure
entirely designed around the '
utilization of pre-atreseed con I
crete. f '
Stamps on the deed indicate
that the purchase price of the
building was about $50,000. Mgf
Armitage said there is room
for expansion as the growth of
the business demands. r iE .
Diversified Publications Is engaged / la 11: i. ,

in the production of custom
seamless stockings/
brochure. for banks and
builders throughout Florida, and NEW BUSINESS SITE-Diversified Publications, Inc., moving here from Tampa, has ': 0
I has just moved to Winter Haven purchased the former McElroy building, designed by Gene Leedy, located on Sixth St., r '
from Tampa. NW tare up fo 1.05 9 ,
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r Armitage said "We are happyto
become part of the Winter Lakeland, receiving a Vue on every box of :
Haven community, and hope to Duplicate Bridge ClubMonday '
Lighter. Fifth, Mri. H. G. Morri
: i iI
expand into a wider market your favorite;
*. A-three-wsy for sixth, be.
area frog our new base of op i
J erations.,' afternoon's game Cooper and Mrs Alice: Kodon. tween Mr. W. D. Burt, Mr*. seamless stockings, ;

had ten tables in play. The Fourth, Mrs. C. W. Walker and M. MacNelsh and Frank Sta :,

Adventists Plan Club welcomed Dr. Burl's return Mrs. J. P. Tyner. por. All winners also receivedtwo ., .
after his illness. The ACBL sent word that free garnet. ; 0 1n'gti :
Special Series A report was made by the .- .
First place NorthSouthwinners two of our player, Mrs. AnnieI.
The Seventh-day Adventist were Mrs. Perry Swindler Ritter and Mr*. Ewin Williams Secretary, Mrs. John G. Wood ,: ..
church of Winter Haven 401 the Then the treasurer, O. M. ''''', '
at Thanksgivinggame
and Mrs. C W Thompson ,
Ave. K, SE!: will begin a special Mulkey gave his yearly report. ) : r I (, : ,: '. ; :
of Lakeland. A tie for second were runners-up in FlorIda -
series of Prophetic studies The newly elected officers for ;
beginning tonight at 7:30: and place between Mrs Ethel John- District 9. Ti: same boards the coming year are Dr W. ,i :
continuing every Sunday eve son, William Neal and Mr. and were played all over the D. Burt president. Robert G. : were 3.95 io !.95

ning. Mrs. 0 M. Mulkey. Third was United States at the same time. Thornhill, Vice-president. Mrs
The studies will be conduct Cochrane and The Club Is very proud of our Kenneth Jackson, Secretary ,
ed by the pastor George N. Mrs. Graham members winning this honor. Mr*. Ted Flanigan, treasurer Now 298 598
Wilson who assumed his duties Mrs Otis Porter They were notified they would Directors, Commissioner Virginia Sleepwear to ,
here last October. He Is a grad East.West first place, receive a trophy and two Masterpoints. Miller, Mrs. Annie Ritter
uate of Andrew. University, Mrs. John G. Wood and Otis and Frank Stapor.
!' Berries Springs, Mich. 0. Feaster Jr. Second Mr*. Wednesday nights game was The meeting was adjournedto I
j II, The public is cordially In. Norlee Thornhill and Mrs Ted a gala affair. It started off play bridge.
Third, Mrs. Maryor were 8.95 to 22.95 :
, r vited. Flanigsn with dinner In the Palm Roomat The Master point game bad .
r the Haven Hotel. Then Dr. fifteen tables, so two section: '
, Burt gave out the awards. were used. Section A, winner I :
"Life JustDoesn't For the Monday afternoon were first. North-South, Mr. Robes Now 698 to ((1 498

series, Mrs. Ted Flanigan was and Mrs Max Baels. A tie for ,
Seem first. She received a silver second between. Mrs. Ewin Wllliams 4' I

award. Mrs. Norlee Thornhlll, Mrs. C. W. Walker and .
I Worth second. Mrs. Perry Swindler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stapor.
Living"Yw of Lakeland was third receiving East West, first. Mrs. Annie were 3.95: to 5.00 :
thla does seem like a a Vue Lighter. Mrs. J. P. Rltter and Mrs. Ted Flanigan 'of''
Tyner fourth. Mrs Otis Porter, Second, Robert G. Thornhill
fooliah statement doesn't it?
fifth. Mrs. C. W. Walker, sixth and Commissioner! Turn. '
Yet if had ever suffered 298 349
t with eay you typed seven pain Mrs. Lera Ryan, seventh. bull. Third Mr and Mrs John Slippers Now to
The Wednesday night series Taylor
or nervous disorder you .
could understand the reaaoa was won by Mr*. Ted Fianl- Section B winners North. ,
J II for this statement. gan, receiving: a silver award.A South, first Commissioner Virginia -
Most people could ndwould tie for second: Mrs. C W. Miller and Mrs. L. P.
eurvive\ physical hardhlpa Walker and Mrs. Ewin Wil- Kinsey. Second Mrs. V. Flesher were 5.95 to 29.95
U It lasted only a liams. Fourth Stanley Sapp, of and Mrs. Theo Waits Third
Mrs. Dortha Wood and Mr. .
, abort time, yet sometime I
it has lasted for year*. Inmost Elmo Hoffman. Handbags Now 398 to.1998
doctor files are hun a late model modem car? flc modern *im East West, first, Ca roll : ,
DeLoach and Otis 0
: Feaster
dreds of case histories 6. Am I really up to date : I
Jr. Second, Judge and Mrs. Robert
where patient have made In health methods or !Just up I ,
L. Staufer Third, Mr.
Just such a statement.This where a friend says I shouldbe
article 1* written to but still not well Clarence: Bell and George Hop.

anyone that bra suffered for T. Can I afford to spend wASH son.John
Taylor, director from
any not length received of time lasting and relief has this year what I pent last YOUR HAIR ,0 Lakeland presented Rob e r t Jewelry NOW 1/2 ice y
for health Without
year .
NEW Thornhill
from what he I* now doing ixulUT THE a gag trophy.Population : '
j or has done. Ask yourself [ASrwAY : ;
Be honrnt with yourself and .
) these questions: Up ; .
1. Have I suffered too then call a modera Chiropractor :"
for a consultation
lone PARIS (UPD-Frsnce's population -
I I. Have I received M good bout your health. increased by more than t
result* M I would like a half million persons last year
i 3. Have I ever been to a On or a "rl" Of 5,51.115vub.shad i according to the National Instl 1
modern Chiropractor? t. .plan I and NEW DIAECET FAUCET tute of Statistics
III uarat, the praohcee ofShlroprautle.
i 4 Just what do I actually 'ublllh' bt G, F. DOWDPtUMIING t I The Institute said that by Jan. 1J
know about Dlarvln C. Cntfdn, where
Chiropractic, efflo It Crated ,t ThrIft CO. 1 of this year the population
really know way CtnUr, Ttliphtn cpa ["e An.. 0, NW, I was 48133000. It predicted i J
5. Do I drive a Model T .0072. Ph... Cvs nu 1 France would have a population
f I of 100 million by the year 2,040. i
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Isn't of any particular Importance. But wearinga can have a completely new outfit In appearance.And .
scarf is if you want to be in style this spring. scarves have never been prettier. The new
Scarves have long been important but never so ones look like a medley of springtime and they y
much as this year. No longer are they just somethingto come in ouch a wide price range it's possible to have d'I
tie around your head when your hair is in pincurls an entire wardrobe of scarves. For just a few extra
or you're cleaning the attic or riding in a pennies, you can even have one as softly and flutter .,
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fabric a special place in the fashion scene for the model is Mrs. Paul Button who also writes '-
months ahead, and the really smart woman will take the News-Chif'e charm column and photos are by

full advantage. With just a little expiermenting she Ruth Hand, staff photographer. ,
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DRAMA ON THE SIDE PLAY-GIRL'S APRON ; SHORTIE CAPE: Fold a scarf Into unequal triangles.'
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trick. Draw one corner of scarf up under neck bolt in front for the apron effect that's fashion I BOLERO at the middle back
lace, then tuck this corner over the jewelry t. nowsl! Wear it with your slim sheath dresies Drape straight edge of scarf around back of MIDDLE MAGIC: A new way to direct alt eyes t*
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:! Perry ComoGracious HostThe

first question anyone asks about any celebrity Is "What ht
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';. .. genial, carefree attractive, charming, obliging as any guy that ever hita
:\;: :(, .:. .". ,. sweet note or a sweet golf shot.

:'" >.... : : Perry played the perfect host for the "Second Annual Perry Como

Golf Tournament;. The site of the tournament was the 36 hole layout of ;,
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a :If.' { ,. Port JtLucie Country Club, between Ft Pierce and Stuart. The man.
'L it ,.., '\ : : ageWnl of the club as well as Mr. Como gave each contestant the "red
I' ..). ,fIi'{\ .ffi/i.: carp t:: treatment. It was a four day-72 hole medal play tournament.The .
':;/ : ladies event was a 36 hole contest. i

; On the third day of the tourney Perry gave a cocktail party for all
1IE entries. During the evening he took over the mike to welcome and thank I

r everyone for participating the audience began to clamor for a song _j
Being the great guy that he is he delighted the guests with "San rdFrancisco"

and "Melancholy Baby" .;:.

.. It'has been announced that next year's tournament will probably be ;

::1 A MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY is In session. Bill P.rry, ,':..'.,", :. .. .',.' televised nationally. i
I Jr. meets on. of his Idols as Bill's younger broth.r, Ben Hogan 'r 0
Perry, casts admiring eyes at big brother When Perry heard i
the name "Ben Hogan Perry" he just had to meet him. Not only -
did the young Havenit meet Mr. "C" he played nine holes RITA MAROTTI, M.D., Winter Haven pediatrician" seems i ito
with Perry, Tony Penna, and Chick Herbert This may seem like b. having a serious discussion with Mr "C", Could STORY and, PHOTOS
fast company for Ben Hogan Perry but when he knocked his Parr ry b. eking profauion.l' adricatoncerniny his grend :!
second hot within inches of the pin for a birdie on the second child? Yes, baleen it or not, Perry (h. grandfather ly BRAKE .
hole he was Como's buddy from then on. You guessed it :
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I'Berg Perry The two girls followed Ir. 9
Perry around nine
hobs that afternoon and be
,fore the game was over you +
{would have thought they '
:were friends from 'way back. TIlE LAKE REGION YACHT AND
They were walking arm-in COUNTRY CLUB a* well as the surround
arm, making every female! ing area, was well represented at the Port
heart In the gallery jealous.On 1 St. Lucie Country Club site of the Second
the ninth hole Perry made
a spectacular approach shot r+iI Annual Perry Como Golf Tournament. Rep
to the green which was surrounded resenting part of this area's contestantswere J
with spectators standing left to right. Dr. Rita Mar M
Kathy Jo said "Oh, you're ottl Mrs. Allen Tedder Mr. Tedder Jim
{Just a" show off for an audi Wilkens Mrs. Frank Pride, Mrs. John Price
ence. Perry laughedand
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Honey, I guess I have been The beautiful blonde fitting text to
lust a show" off for most of Perry la Mrs. Como. :...
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NEWS-CHIEF. Surflay, :January 12, UP "P.g. TBWtNTCQ
Xi Beta O's New Arrivals NEW YORK: (UPI) 8tUt,

HAVEN DAILY NEWSCMICFeU'taeJ :, Have Supper dents at the Grace Dooms
Brim bur Airline Hostess School
a N. Tt Mr. and Mn. have
And Ritual brow of Los Angeles, CM. placed this sign over theschool's
are announcing the birth this washing m a chi i n s
Members of Theta Nu Chap week of an fight pound eight room:
"Off we co the
Me- wild
ter were entertained by members ounce eon in Huntington laundcrl"Cook !
of XI Beta Omicron at a mortal Hospital. The baby

covered dish supper held hn Scott, been and ii named also being Stephen wel foods made with m:Ik
Thursday evening at the homeof corned by a brother Ricky and cheese at low tempera.
Mra. J. Gordon Jennings MM Durbrow la the former turn to prevent tightening,
t Jr. Miss Den Brown of this city curdling or scorching

Mrs. W. David Fultz, assisted --
by QtUlC, Gals by Mrs Charles] B. AFTER XMAS SALE

Coon, Mra. ,W. C. Henson and

Woman Club Book Review Thursday Miss Helen Covert read the Final Sale on ALL
I o ow' Impressive candlelight Ritualof
Mrs. J, P. Plemoni will rive the book review .I. + atl the Jewels ceremony Fall Merchandise
Thursday at the Woman's Club at Lake Howard Members of Theta Nu who

Drive and Pope Avenue received Ritual degree were
Mi N+, Mesdames Richard Dennis,
The title cf the book to be lv Doyle Gardner C.
executive board will meet at
reviewed II The Living N Rodgers Jimmy Cox C. B. 1/2
Reed" by Pearl Buck. The seven a.m. Y 9 Ewell T. A. Griffin, Ken- Off
story Is about Korea and the JUNIOR WOMENThe ''hr neth McCutcheon, Jim Miles
Junior Woman'i Club and director, Mrs C, M.
history of a close knit family will at I Shinn and sponsor Mrs Maurice 10" to 49"
that war dedicated to the salvation meet pm. Tuesday Patrick. Dresses e .
evening at the Woman'a Club
of their home land building Mra. James R. Hardy Mrs Richard Dennis, president Hats 3" to 12"
which started back In the yearof will give the devotional. ( on behalf of Theta Nu e e e e
1SS1 and leads into World The program will be pre- chapter presented the president Skirts 5" to 12"
War Two. aented by the Conservationof of XI Beta Omicron, a e e
Mrs. James Gay, Is hostess Natural Resources Department Mrs. Coon, with a silver nut 5" to 12"
chairman, assisted by Croup with Mra. Emmett dish and spoon with the chap Sweaters e e .
Ten. Waters In charge of arrange- ter name engraved In appreciation
NAOMI CIRCLEThe menta. The nominating committee of the chapter'a"friendly Blouses e a 2" to 6"
Mn. Charles Coon and Mrs. David Fultt leafed and left Mrs
reorganized Naomi for the selection of new ; standing to right venture" in sponsoring
morning circle of the Wo- officers will be elected duringthe Doyle Gardner, Mrs Richard Dennis and Mrs. Buddy Rodgers them. Lounging Sets 17" to 39"
men's Guild of Grace Lutheran business meeting Mrs John Wilder was winner
'. Church, with" Mrs. Lotti XI GAMMA: CHAPTERA uillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' llllllllllllllllllllMlllllillllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII' IIIMIIIIIIIj.'!: of the hostess gift for the Cocktail Dresses 17" to 49"
Schmidt aa leader, _will hold program on India will be evening. Members of XI Beta
ita first meeting at the home presented Thursday night by =_Around The Town IHavenites Omicron enjoying the event
of Mrs. William Bradford IS Mrs Luther T. Balliet and were hostess Mrs. Jennings
,I Welt Lake Elbert Drive on Mra. Lee Ellis when XI Gamma Mesdames Coon, Tom R. All Fall Maternity Wear
Wednesday! at Tea o'clock, Chapter of Beta Sigma I Attend Party In Orlando I Frakea. W D. Fultx. Murray
visitors are cordially Invited. Phi Sorority meets at the Gay, Charmaine Graves, W. Ii
LPNTbeLicensed home of the latter. H. Harlan HI, Henson, Edwin Jacobs
Practical Mr and Mrs Fred Allsopp were hosts last night at their new home, 1800 L. Lawton, Dwight Lewis, Phil 72 off

Nurses will meet at seven- Keep two sets of towels, Rock Lake Drive Orlando for an Informal party attended by a host of their J. E. Siason, John Wilder and
I thirty tomorrow night In the distinguished by different col. Winter Haven friends. Miss Covert.
t Tint Federal Savings and ors and patterns handy at the Those attending Included Beginning Monday at 8:30 a.m.
( Loan leisure room. kitchen aink. Use one set for Mr. and Mrs Carl Strang, Mr Dr. end Mrs Robert K, Mill Joanne Jones, a teacher -, GROWINGCHICAGO
i Flans for an upcoming project drying hinds, the other only and Mrs Dexter Daniels Jr, Hinion, winter visitors here in Eau Gillie, la home fora
,; : will be discussed The for drying dishes. Mr and Mrs Norman 0. War. from Wisconsin, have as their weekend visit with her parents (UPl) -A recent ,
ren, Mr and Mrs. John Gray guests, Mr. and Mra. WalterJ. Col. and Mra. Roy study shows food store advertising jJ
I'' ,Sigma Chapter Has MeetingMembers Mr. and Mrs Fred J. Hen Robson of Warren, Ohio Jones. baa jumped 400 per
derson, Mr. and Mra. David who are en route to Sarasota cent In the past 10 years at
Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard for the winter aeaaon.Bill Mrs. George Hardy has nearly twice the rate of food
of Sigma Chapter She also displayed a beautiful Dantzler, Mr. and Mrs Joe returned from a visit with manufacturers' advertising,
f of Beta Sigma Phi met Wed.aeaday Turkish brass bowl from her Marshburn, Mr. and Mrs DIBari has gone on her son and daughter, reports Super Market Insti DIPA
evening at the homeof collection of brass pieces, relating Robert Turner, Mr and Mrs. to Miami for a visit before Com. and Mrs W A. Hardy tute.
Mrs. Glen Pamron, Mrs.Pete Its unique function, Joe Lewis Alao former returning to his home in New of Washington, D.C. ____ ___ -_ ______ __ __** < 1
t chairmen
Grant membership after members had failed to
Havenites attending were Mr. York. He has been visiting
"; stated that the first rush guess Its we.Refreshments. and Mrs Bud Brakmann, Jim here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andra of New.
I party for new members will were servedto Wadsworth and Robert Hoi- Mrs Paul Sutton in Stately ark, N. J. will arrive by train Jane Ann Casuals
be on Saturday February 29. the following Mesdames
: land, all of Orlando. Dinnerwas Oaks tomorrow for a two-week visit
"The Hobby of Collectlona"was Darwin Carrel, W. A. Steorts, served and humorous here with her sister Mn.
I the program topic given Earl Adams, Robert Tadeyeake gifts were presented to: Mr Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Dinlela Joe Heater
by Mrs. M. Kempton and Mrs. M. Diaz SIS West Central
Kempton Ralph Allsopp, in honor of his birthday. returned last night fromSt.
I Richard Collins Mra. Collins Jack Doty, Jack Coyle, Nor. Petersburg where they Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Blandof Winter Haven i7/ f
\ spoke briefly on the significance i man Elliott, Robert Ferguson, have been spending the put Sanford and Ronnie Me- ,
of a hobby collection.Mrs. Richard Collins, E. S. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Walter- week, while the former has Kuhen of Chattanooga, Tenn. PUTS SAVINGS ? -- ( : ,
Kempton then displayedand Pete Grant Fred Carrier, Reid > '
have ;
son have arrived from DesMoines been participating the Sun- been visiting at the I :.
related the history of two Iversen, Mra. Beverly Schnet- la. for a winter vacation coast Senior's Golf Tourna. home of Mrs Rosalie Hutchinson ... VI'Y' ,I
Moslem rosaries, one tier, Mra Marie Jones, and here. ment. BACK IN YOUR ,"
J amber and the other mother. the h o a t a II, Mra. Glenn ,
\I of-pearl, from her collection. Damron.Sailing Mrs. Bert Ilollandsworth of Nina Barbl Wells haa returned Mr. and Mra. Nathan Buford POCKET-BOOK .d l'f
Nashville Tenn. Is visiting to her clauses at the of Prenque Isle, Me., will l
here with her slster-ln.law, University of Miami after leave Tuesday to return to \
J Mra. W. F. Norden, and with spending the holidays here their home, after enjoying a DURING OURAFTERCHRISTMAS \., :' ":
another slster-ln-law, Mra. with her mother Mrs. Barbara two month vacation In Winter I
: Bonnie Killebrew In Auburn- Wells, Stately Oaka. Haven. !

Blues I

dale.Mr.. and Mrs. D. R. Parker Sunshine Club Hears Vicar

III and children have returned Vicar Charles Gunderman bow this man was changed
to their home-in Texas .
after a visit With Mr. and gave an interesting talk on from the Son of Thunder to CLEARANCE
Mrs D. R. Parker Jr. three of the beloved apostles, the disciple ao loved by Jesus.
when the Sunshine Club of He was the only apostle who
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kingof Grace Lutheran Church met died a natural death. He showed .
i Akron, Ohio are again this week in the Perish Hall. a deeper insight toward
spending the winter season The speaker first chose the the character of Jesua. SALE BEGINS
\t here. apostle, Nathalniel quiet, Forty seven members and
1 thinking man. lie then gave guests attended the program Long Sleeved Silk MONDAY
i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mc. a synopsis of Philip of Beth- and the covered dish luncheon 'Ii. and cottonBLOUSES
Culloujh of New Carlisle, aalda, a Greek generous, Hosts for the day Included Mr.
e Ohio were recent guests of open minded man. He then and Mrs. Norman Anderson, c
Mr. and lira. Charles Hy told of the life of John, Son Mr. and Mra. Karl Brenner
men. of Thunder He explained and Mrs Hugo Petschow

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Their Engagements Are Of Interest Miss CraneIs Guild Hears

Lakeland Resident Will Wed BetrothedTo Mrs. Raynor

St. Cecilia's Guild of St

Steve Enfinger In FebruaryThe a -a. Paul's Episcopal Church met
; Mr. WillsonA this week in the Parish Hall

when Mrs Charles Raynor
engagement of Miss Sandra Rae Wilson cf
Lakeland July wedding It being presented a program on the
to Steve Thomas Enfinger, son of Mr. and "
Mrs. W. G. planned by Mils Donna Jean, subject, "Joy.
of Winter Haven is being; an- _
discussed the
Mrs Raynor
nounced t daughter of Mr. and Mrs
1 H. C. Crane of Englewood, meaning of Joy and suggested
Miss Wilson h the daughter of Mrs. Earl Wilson and Jack Raymond Willaon of wayi in which one might
of Lakeland and the late Mr. Wilson. Winter Haven. strive to attain joy in everyday ,
Mini Wilson attended the Mr Willson Is the Ion of life, through Christian
Faith and Life. She said that
Lakeland- schools- Mr and Mrs. J. R. Wilson of
where she 709 Piedmont Drive someone once told her that,
was a member of the Future Lake Alfred i: Miss Crane was graduatedfrom for example, if one la plan
Homemakers and the DOT the Venice Senior High ning to take a plane trip,
She wee graduated from Woman's Club r School in 1963 and she attended one can find out all about
Lakeland High School In 1962 Hears t, Masaey Business Collegein the flight, what time it departs .
and Is a member of Wesley Address"Banking Jacksonville. She is Past when it arrives, bow
Memorial Methodist Church. d' v ky Grand Representative of the high It will fly, the name of
Miss Wilson ti employed by as Seen thru tile Order of Rainbow for Girls. the pilot, etc, but one will
the Central Florida Correspondence Eyes of a New Employee" Miss Crane is now employ. not actually know anything
Unit of State Farm was the subject of an address ed as secretary at the Jack about the trip, until after
Insurance Co, in Winter by L. L. Johnson, executive and Bees Liggett Rexall Drugs buying the ticket and ride In
Haven in Jacksonville She la a member the plane. She urged everyone
Mr. Enfinger atended Lake vice president of the of the Methodist Church to "buy a ticket" and
Alfred elementary school and Bank of Lake Alfred, yesterday t of Englewood atari a trip to find joy Inclosing
was graduated from the Win. afternoon before the Mr Willson was graduated remarks, she quoted
ter Haven High School in Womans Club of Lake Alfred. A; + i from the Winter Haven High this memorable refrain by
1962 He attended Abraham- He also told of the Importance School in 1962. He served as Helen Lowe Lemmel "Turn
Baldwin Agriculture Collegein c v assistant scoutmaster of Troop your eye upon Jesus, look
Tiftnn, Ga., for one year of having a will, and 18 in Jacksonville. Mr. Willson full In his wonderful face,
Mr. Enfinger is a memberof outlined a new service his la now In Jacksonville attending And the things of earth will
the Harmony Primitive bank Is offering as educational Massey Business College. grow strangely dim In the
Baptist Church! He is employed benefits for the coming Mr. Willson is a member light of his glory and grace"
; by the Union Bag and 1 college student. of the Hope Presbyterian Mrs William Iloffsca/ urged
; Camp Paper Company. Mrs Matt Moran openedthe MISS ANITA LOUISE LACERTE MISS DONNA JEAN CRANE of Winter Haven. everyone to attend the January
No Informal Invitations are business meeting with The wedding will be an meeting of the Episcopal
being tent, but all friends of prayer after which president event of July 16. Churchwomen, Jinuary IT, at
the couple are being extend. Mrs Claude Bowman invitedthe April Wedding I fh tT'Y'" ten a.m., after the 9:30: Eucharist -
t: ed a cordial Invitation to attend ladies to view the new- r ;: :.v 'Ve ", .$ 11\11\ 11111arown when the slate of officers
the wedding that will be ly glassed in porch, completed STICKY BIZCHICAGO for the coming year
held at the Wesley Memorial since the last meeting. Date Is Set a.. xr.v' (Uri) Most will be presented
Methodist Church in Lakeland Plans were discussed for shoppers (M per cent) said Mrs. Joseph Drawdy reported -
at I p.m., Friday, February 7. the Family Album and Antique they would be disappointed on her request for clothes
Show In February, commit If their super market discontinued for Institute at Suwanee. Mrs
Hanging a picture Mark tee in charge to be Mesdames Miss Lacerte trading stamps, but Alice Been gave a requestfor
the spot for the nail with a Phillip Jones, John By Y only 3 per cent said they would old or broken silver for
moistened finger. The spot Parker, Thomas Erwin, Vernon probably change markets, re- the Deanary to melt down for
should stay until you drive Mincey and Leona Mea- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lacerteof ports Super Market Institute. an alms basin
nail. gher. Lake Martha Drive are announcing
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the engagment of
their daughter, Anita Louise, r ,
to Kenneth E, Alcorn Jr., IOn ".. P 11tsT1 RLhnUSTORACtyI9 RICHARD'SHAIR
of Mrs. Betty Alcorn and
ipi Kenneth E. Alcorn. '
Miss Lacerte is a native of STYLINGSHEAR

Vancouver, British Columbia, I'v.
Canada and has lived in Win- ARTISTRY
ter Haven for the past three
years. She was graduated in I Mr. Traiport formerly of Bur.din"1 -
)v in Miami end owner of
1962 from the Winter Haven
flYfli High School. "***d Tratport Beauty Salon In Coral

Miss Lacerte Is a memberPhi RICHARD TIASPORT GableiULTRAMODERN
Gamma Mu Chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi sorority and ;& 1iwL inrooisuf S-CCHwhifTTOMEL U1 AIR CONDITIONED DRYERS
is employed by the Data Pro
cessing Bureau Inc. Open Tuesday end Thursday Evening
The bride.elect is a member Glamorize Your Bathroom I by Appointment
; 235 W. Central Ave. of Church.St. J o a e p h'l Catholic Poinsettia Club Ample Free Parking -

Mr. Alcorn Is a native of Mrs. Annie Bissett was 1. Change your bathroom of theatre and glamor: a series
4 /korell!/ Illinois! and has made his guest speaker at the meeting from the usual cold clinical strip above the medicine I 111 Ave A, S.W. Phone 2938439REEBEE'S

ONLY A FITS LIKE A KOREL.tr home in Winter Haven forthe, of the Poinsettia Garden Club room to one as good look chest ___ __ __ -
comfortable -
twelve He as u
ing --- -- -
past years was Thursday evening at the homeof as
graduated from the Winter Mrs. Arthur Pobjecky.Mrs. your bedroom, and let It dou-
Haven High School in 1961. \\. Bissett gave a talk on ble tot some of Its duties-
He attended Florida State the propagation and care of makeup, storage etc. Change SHOE BOX
University where he participated house plants She stressed the your bathroom by using your
on the vanity tennis rememberfor occasional furniture there and
main principles to
a sat team. growing indoor plants Including give a new lift to both. The
Mr. Alcorn served with the the amount of above sketch shows outdoor
U. S. Air Force. He Is now.. light correct proper soil mixture, metal furniture adding glamorto New Low PricesFor
attending East European Language watering, fertilizing, maintain the bath. Open shelves become .
School at Syracuse ing humidity and temperature.She a towel rack, stool is
University, New York. showed samples of many covered in terry cloth, anda
1 Mr. Alcorn is also a member varieties of good house plants simple wooden shelf becomes
of St. Joseph's Catholic and gave each member rooted an elegant dressing ta
r Church. plant. ble. The small sketch shows Our Semi-Annual Shoe Clearance
The wedding will be an event
Mrs. Otto Ellis reportedthat a built-In corner cabinet madeof
of April. the Club will have a steam resistant perforated
rummage sale at Reel'a Grocery masomte and a hamper that
REAIISTIC In Eloise on February rolls out on casters for easier Now in ProgressGROUP I
8th. storage
NEW YORK (UPI) The A "Mr. and Mrs." covered 2. Old pieces of furnitureare GROUP It ef pairs ef fine GROUP 2:
: ., nation's leading Interior designers dish supper is planned for wonderfully convenient for shoes In wanted styles, color -
vr are taking a more February 15th at the Don extra storage and counter EXQUISITEDress *, and material. SAVE up DESIRABLEDress
realistic approach to home Zimmerman's. space. This old chest was te $12 a pair on shoes you
decor. The 86 room settings Members present were Mesdames painted to match the color Shoes can wear new, Shoes
they displayed at the 1964 Franklin Attkiason, scheme of the tile wills and months te oi-: : ';
National Decoration and Design Robert Cooley, Jerry Counter, towels. The top was made names you knew, respectand by CARESSA
, Show combined creativity Otto Ellis, Mike Nolen, L. W. moisture proof by the use ofa by: PALIZZIO
: with livability and com- \Mngate, C. A, Wright, Don self-adhesive marbleized want MR. CHIC
du VAL
Zimmerman and the hostess. Contact sheet. A good quick TRUWALKSAYE
fort.Latex foam for trick for all wood sur
i ze cushioning, your Now at aFraction
. example, was used extensively One manufacturer' lightweight faces. S '12 51 SAVE % $9 ;51
. on reproductions of period personal portable television 3. Here again note the use of
furniture without distractingin set now has an over of an old wood pedestal table
the least from Its classic night case especially designedfor doubting as a dressing $1490
I elegance. Exotic fabrics were carrying It. The jumbo top. The towel tree placed NOW OriginalPrice NOW $1090
treated to resist dirt and case la offered In white, scuff- within easy reach adds a
t stains proof grained vlnyL bright accent, and for a touch ,
a --

Announcing GROUP 4:
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if THE PREMISES All Sales Final

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70 Pile 10-0AY LAYAWAY Assorted
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with this 50% Arn.l Triacetate, 50% Rayon tweed MOW g90 Ch.r..i *P.yabl ftbruiry HandbagsREEBEE'S I
ensemble It features a short sleeved sheath with
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Use Our Free
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quarter a
Flats I Lo Heels NOW
flower[ pin. Parking Lot at the
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Site*! J2 pine to 2Z plus I 1798 fine furniture at lubitantial savings I S $10 '.1., and 2nd Street while

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Feminine Elegance Sparks Spring Evening Wear Ilillliilililiiiiiili iiiiiiiiiiiiliiililiiiilliiiniiHIllllluiilllimmiiiiiiiiii

Ballroom Dance Classes I

For Adults And ChildrenThe

Liz --- Taylor Studio of Dance Mr. Taylor studied with Jot
Arts announced this week the Cornell, Val Escort, Jerry
Installation of a complete Cummings, Loss McDonald
school of ballroom dance instruction and received professional

fiN1wg) ; ; training through the Fred
Classes dance in are all available types of from ballroom Astairt studios of Atlanta He
also served as assistant man.
grades six through twelve,
1 Yv&q_ and adult training la also being ager of the Atlanta Studio
T offered. These will be evening Mr Taylor has served is
tit sw classes Florida president of the Na
'rtd Luther Taylor Jr., well tional Dance Organization
-, known throughout the state Dance Misters of Amercia,
for his work In the dance field, Inc for two years He is a
W will be the instructor He ex. member of the National Examining
LT' tMjf eels in alt types of American Board and a mem
and Latin American dance ber of the teaching facultyfor
4&J. steps the organization.
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Softness for the evening it the keynote of these two site SAVINGS

houttttt from the new Scaai! Spring 1964, Martini Beutiqut -
., EVENING SHIFT collection. A fitttd white overblouie with sparkling SOFTLY ABSTRACT
f A" ef rambling rottt sets the pattern for this. tvtninghift Simplicity of styling (Is given vigor by Sarmi of New YorkIn
from the new Spring 1964 collection by Betty Carol r.d beads tops a floor-length skirt of yards and yards of this creation for Spring 1964. The designer selected a THESE FAMOUS

for Mam'ielle of N.w York. Th. ankle-ltnqth at.horn. flowing red chiffon. At right the designer created gown wild floral abstract print, of red, pink and black shades, STERLING; PATTERNS
coitumt it dent In delicate pink floral silk and hat a In whit. ribbed silk, which it styled in a princess lint with on silk gauze for this evening gown. The floor-length
solid pink tit ,t front to create an ,-e-npire look. a double capt collar accenting femininity gown hat raglan sleeves cropped above the wrist and a
self-saih tied around the waist
long softly
Is your pattern one of.th.se. twenty
11 Mrs. Dunson Gives Program For Camellia ClubI' Rebekah LodgeInstallation seven famous Towle patterns If Hie,
Mrs. ReynoldsIs Past Presidents don't mist this exceptional opportunityto

Dried material for arrangeTnenta Mn. Dunson displayed all less items preserved by Mrs. complete your service at substantial
Class Hostess Have LuncheonThe savings from January 13 through
and In creating picture types of materials gathered Dunson through the processesof
Mrs. James Miller was Installed January 25, 1964-
plaques was the program in her travels through Florida hanging to dry, dehydration, Past Presidents 0 f
I' topic presented by guest and in other states along the glycerinizlng.! skeletonizing or as Noble Grand of the The Lydia Class of the Frierson-Nichols Unit No S .
speaker Mrs L. W Dunion roadside, in woods and other pressing Two plaques containing Welcome Rebekah Lodge this Parkland Baptist Church met met for a covered dish lunch Regular price/4 pc. place settings
to memberi of the Camellia areas Several plaques created week in the K of P Hall this week at the home of Mrs eon and meeting at the homeof from 39.00
Garden Club Thursday at the were shown to the croup. materials collected at the with Mrs John Lake, District James Reynolds, with Mrs. the chairman Mrs. LewisL. Salt prlc.4.pc.. place setting
borne of Mn. Glen Hicks. The plaques contained count. seashore were shown also. Otto Ellis, Jr as cohostess. Clark, Wednesday from $33.50
Deputy president, as Installing
Materials to be dried by the Plans were made for the
hanging method always officer. Mrs N. J. triplett said
hang Presidents
Polk County Past These are made-to-order patterns andsubject !
upside down. Leaves that have Other new officers are: the prayer and Mrs John Parley to be held at the Tam to delayed delivery.
,. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES been skeletonized In hot soapy Mrs. Leroy Crltti 1 vice Mitchell jive the devotional pa Leisure Room January
l water overnight, dried and which was taken from the 20th at 7 p.m. Winter Haven
MARTINIZED FOR THE brushed may be bleached or grand; Mrs. James Miller book, "God' Psychiatry" by will be hostesses and are ask
dyed any color by using nt Jr, secretary, Mrs Harry ed to be at the Tampa Elec- Place your order now for these
Charles L. Allen
or Easter egg dye. Avacadoor Himes, treasurer, Mrs. Ivo tic at 6:30 p.m. This will be
WINTER WEEKS AHEAD loquat leaves are the best Russell, warder; Mn. Sue Greenfield lave the benediction a dinner meeting to bt followed patterns, plus many ethers to
leaves to use for above met. by Initiation choose from.
SPECIALS FOR Norrod, conductor; Mrs Mel-
MON., JAN. 11 TUES. JAN. 14 WED., JAN. 15 hod.A topiary tree of pine burs vin Soloman, chaplain, Mrs. Attending were Mcidames Members attending the,
luncheon Mrs. Clark's
James Diggers, N J, Trip. at were
V. Grant, Mrs Gertrude Far.
and weeds sprayed gold and a J.r.IN
Mesdames Christine Hood, Elmo
lett, Raymond Gunter, Tom
ley, Mrs Mary Taylor and .
basket ,
from the
woven palm
Hood, Susan Wood Liu 1 ; ll
Frakes, Ed Marquardt, Jim
blossom were also Mrs. A D Foreman, sup gfv.ru drk1x1
spray Greenfield, Joe John, C. H. hence May, George Hintze,
porters to the Noble Grand;
SHORT shown by the speaker. Each Ivo Russell, Inner guard A. Swartz, W, R Daughtry, David George Palmer, R W Allen, b4 ICyNj
club member was presentedwith
I several D Foreman, outer guard. C. May Jr., William K Joe Peck, James Nelson, : J
miniature wood Forty.two members and visitors Stabler Jr., John Mitchelland Jesse Glass, T L. Starnes, ; J
Mrs Dunson.
GARMENTS loses by the hostesses. Bert Owen, and Knute Delk
5 Mrs. Glen Hicks gave the were present
devotional on Beauty In the Mrs. William Corbin outgoing -
Desert". Mrs. Earl Chance, Noble Grand, was presented
horticulture chairman, urged with a jewel from the
$ 99 member to plant a tree on lodge.
1. Arbor Day, January ITMn .
Darwin Wright was co- were guests, Mrs L W.
hostess for the meeting D u 1SOli and Mrs Ralph ,.,
Three arrangements of red Hollister and members, MM-
roses, white gladi, and dames Earl Chance, Bishop
yellow roses were placed at Jones, Cooney, Richard Noll, 1
vantage: points. A piece of Rich C. Davis Howard Wells, illo =
driftwood was used with tbree Van T. Burnette, Ed Reints, ,
\ talisman roses in the entrance William Taylor, G. D. Bridges
PLAIN hall. and the hostesses, Mrs. Hicks } g
PLEASE Present for the meeting and Mrs. Darwin Wright


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so they will pay you $1.00

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Sunday :January 12, 1964

veteran citrus men feel the

I The Citrus Scene months weather setting has up for the been conditions past conducive couplet for of to a pGcENT The Accent'sEverything

heavy bloom and a good aet.
(Continued From Page: One) I Just a little more gray than I I quoted statements of capable I
citrus that O-milllon
men an
Both Mr. and
Henso the last time I saw him in
are affiliated with Masonic box crop-against an estimated On Excellence
den and have retained their this area, Henson wants everybody 84H million this year-was "de
Winter Haven membership all to know that the "shook finitely" in sight all things being

through the years-while Mri deal", or the wire-bound wooden equal.
Henson la a fairly capable gol container, much malignedand 'I Then I later said there were
few veterans who,
a barring
er They will reside in a Lake praised at various times i On
disaster, million box
see i
Elbert residence which they !ia "here to stay" and that "we t
crop for 1964 &3. a
here I
have purchased.The at Florida AII-Bound are
The criticism I have
Florida All Bound plant going to expand our facilitiesnd :
received this his from
was established In 1937 by our sales" on come
John R. Mills Sr., and AdrianP. Although be has been on the two or three younger men who Yon
Inherited their citrus interestsand Buy
Downing The original plan supply end of the deal since who consider themselves e
was in an old Florence CGA 1944. or about 20 year with
house. headquarters In experts in the entire field of 0

Associated with Henson In the I Clarence Henson can Jacksonville., on sight, I citrus-and I doubt any one of FkCELLENG
them would know the right end
of All Bound call more names of citrus AI
operation will be of a pruning aaw from a culUvator. K wik Chel
W. G. Talley and J. H. Talley people than most others I know. They see smaller crops Prices' Effective January 9 Thru 11
of Adel, Ga., who have aim He has never lost contact with
-and admit that they are goon 120 THIRD STREET S.W.
: those ha knew
liar operations In Leesburg and back In the old
: other places.Incidentally. days.So. their own observations and 150 FOURTH STREET N.W.

the Auburndale you see, there la something know nothing ,of conditions
statewide.The AUBURNDALE STORE 'tJ
plant was the second of its to the old adage twisted Rei" bl duc.ts 'B ck d
: kind to be built in Florida- around a bit, that "absence danger In the remarks SOUTHLAN SHOPPING CENTER e. rQ a :_ e .

and Henson recalls all the con makes the heart fonder far made by these "Juniors" ia that Quantity Rights Reierved
folks who know them or their 'By A MfaMe Grocer:
alternation caused many year your old home town" and I families own extensive acre

ago Introduce when an attempt the "jumbo"was madeto or predict Mrs. Henson Henson, again will,become along with active age will", assume they are "ex.pert Limit One With $3 or More Order ASTOR INSTANT "
per se.
two-bushel wire bound crate in local affairs and you will
For this writer's part, he will
Opposition which was finally! be hearing more about them. stay with the opinions of the
1 successful, argued the trade He is one of the nicest guys
men who, for the most part,
I would want the "jumbo" package I know. planted and personally brought

I at the same price as the up their own groves. This Industry -
one and three.fifths bushels MEET STARTS AT 10.JO: O OZe
has too many self'styled COFFEE
capacity container. Tomorrow'a meeting of the 99cINDIAN
"experts", some of whom did.
I However, the operation now directors of Florida Citrus Mutual n't inherit the knowledge of Jar
ii mostly on the "baby Bruce" at the Citrus Experiment their dads when they got con
1 or half.box of four.fifths bush Station in Lake Alfred will trol of the acreage.
{ els capacity.In start right on 10:30 a.m., when
discussing the sale, Hen the bowman of the facility. NOT MUCH OF A GAP
: ton told this writer the wire. Dr Herman Reitt will atart For many years there his I
; bound crate la preferred for a tour of the research facili been a break between the near-
many commodities todaythatit ties.There exhaustion of the early and 'EMPurple
takes ventilation and refrigj la no reason why any midseason orange crop and the
eration, even direct icing, better !- grower, whether or not he ia proper maturity and juice content N
j 1 than the paperboard box. a member of Mutual, cannot of Valencia oranges-but Plums fanW 19'R.gular
: join this tour and for him Indications that the
One of the biggest users of see today are limit Three
the wire-bound box is the pro. self just what the citrus experiment lap this year will be minuteIn CornFlakes
eessora and shippers of "fresh station Is doing and comparison.I Sill COMET
killed poultry", and here again is preparing to do. It could asked one sales manager
,' because it is possible to en- open up some eyes and give yesterday how much of a gap Goa
{ ease the shipment in blown a man some ideas and I there would be this year and Cleuiiser 2 25'LIPTON
j toe if necessary better perspective. All you haveto lie said "there shouldn't be limit Fogr
I A couple of old friends oft do is to be at the main more than 30 minutes-(and we N
| this writer Paul King and A. building of the experiment station repeat 30 minutes) because we
i "Bud" Parsons, will remain prior to 10:30 a.mm. and have some Valenclas ready to
with the firm n ales nan you will be included in the go now if we needed them. 3.L Pb.
ager and office manager respectlvely. tour which will cover all the There has been a slowdown, Instant Tea Limit One 59'Swift's
.. Henson laid he work being done at the facil. which: is considered only as U
1 found torn 20-odd employes ity. transitory or of short duration,
A the shipment of fresh oranges
still with the company who were
en the parcH, when he left "EXPERTS" DIME A DOZENIn at the going price of $6.SO.$7
to go to the crate cooperative. no way does this writer I box. 12 or.
At the present time the plant, claim to be an "expert" on While this Is written before Prem CMShenandoafi 39'It
working at about half.capacity anything, much less the citrus the Jan. 10 revision of the
because of Iut wlnter'i freeze deal We just report what we USDA estimate ia available-
and the scarcity of fruit, is have been told by people ina there will probably be a storyon
employing some 60 people and position to know what la goIng page one today, giving you Takes Fewer Books
on, and as a reporter "I the details of changea any,
fa full operation will use about
[ill periODS'in the various deI don't make the news, I merely and the opinions of veterans __ __ Per Gift When You Save
: ,I pertinents. write it." as to what these revisions,
i J "You know'Tack, I only left In recent columns I have downward or upward, will do to Brand_ Quick .
I this area because of better opportunities mentioned the fact that most the price situation. TOP

in work which 1 I
I knew but I have alwayi bad
} in open desire to come back VALUESTAMPS
to the Winter Haven area whereI ACROSS I Voided u.Creek < : Enrkbed Sandwich

have scores of friends. X.BruUtaa escutcheon letter A r. a Cornish _
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Devil Cagers Cop First: Win, tr Scholastic Magazine Eleven

Upset: Ft. {Myers Five 60-57 Bobby Downs NamedTo

fir) S at All-American Team

Senior Forward Downs
Bobby 'J II I

____ 4 By BOB IHVItAND I option lateral play around)
Paces Haven With ___
Scoring 17 q I Sports Editor I either end. He would fake a
pitch-out to the halfback, turn
Winter Haven senior Bobby
By BOB HAMLAND I downfield, and literally dance
Downs, quarterback on the
his through defenders, De
Sports Editor 3 Blue Devil's 1963 football team way
I added one more honor to a long ct'pUonally fast, he was never
Blue Devil All-America football
player Bobby 3'v caught from behind this year.
list of laurels Friday when he
Downs paced the Winter Haven High School basket -- % was named to Scholastic Mag Below are individual statistics

ball team to a startling 60-57 non-conference upset vic- azine's America high school on Downs during Winter
1 Haven's 1963 11'game aeason:
tory over a highly touted Ft. Myers cage club at the high I team.One other Florida high school I Yard Rushing 127

school gymnasium Friday night and for the first time griddcr was among the 90 selected Touchowna Rushing 20

30t this season the locals came out on top. The Devil quin I from 37 states and the Total Points Points After Scored 139 19

tette is now 1.11 in allgame action, remaining 0-6 in I II District, a guard of Columbia-Jay on Gainesville's Wilson Yards Passing 491
Touchdowns Passing 7
the Western Conference. team that won the District I

With Downs doing just about everything-rebound ., lawE playoff berth this year. Longest longest TD TD Pass Run 63 TS
Downs and Wilson were bothon
ing, ball-hawking, dribbling, and most of all putting their respective all-confer Total Yardage: (run-pass) 1.418

points of the Scoreboard-the 6-foot senior forward leda ence teams, on the All.State During the regular season
Blue Devil charge past the : 33.man squad, and chosen for Downs averaged 88 yards on
}) the All Southern elite. Downs 104 carries, 917 yards per
Ft. Myera Creenwave early In ,. was tabbed the best football game and 117 points per game.

the second quarter that maw the player In Florida this year by -certainly an outstanding example
home team ahead 30-27 at half- the Southern selection com- of a fine football player
Besides being a leader from
time. mittee.
the calling position.
t F With Downs providing the In. -- I He was the University of. signal
DOWNS FIRES IN TWO-Winter Haven't Bobby Florida's first 1963 college Downs was an playeron
: lative, three sophomores follow. Downs, 6-foot senior forward who netted 17 points Fri. algnee this year with Gator I defense Pasted by for the
: K offensive quarterback assignment
ed in his footsteps Friday night head football coach taking personal
day night, takes aim on a two-point counter. Downs provided by Western Conference
v and turned in outstanding per the spark that led to a 60-57 upset win by the Blue charge of getting the 6- coaches, heIII awarded a

formances-guards Rkk Anderson Devils over Ft Myers. For the Devilmen it was their first! foot tract.Devil senior under con- cornerback position of the All-

I and Mike and triumph in 12 tries Conference 22.
Page, forward Wilson, a straight A student,
I After Downs raced for three
George Davia.
has not signed a football scholarship -
Anderson and p as of yet, but he I la expected touchdowns and kicked four extra
Page went the
West Stars Favored in a 28.0 victory over
I In I Pro to sign with Florida or points
distance '
ROBERSON BATTLES FOR REBOUND-Winter H.. recording 13 and 6 ( Duke University.In Bartow this year, that elt)" .

Yen pivot man, 6-foot-6 Rick Roberson ((30))I. goes high in points I respectively. Davis r 11 games during the football .newspaper and of the Devil

I the tit to take a rebound away from Ft. Myers Cliff played in the last three quar- season, Downs grabbed off field general-"Thank" goodness
ten and swished Bowl Tilt On senior.
through five Today ABC-TV 139 points on 20 touchdownsand he is a
Keller ((34)) Roberion contributed 9 points to the Blu. of the aix jump shots he attempted .
extra He threw
Devil cause besides being the big gun on the boards grtb .
bing off rebounds time and again Rick Roberson, Blue Devil A I LOS ANGELES UPI) The I wise, Halas haa his own Bill seven TD markers, and Wit Plan Tourney
the Western Conferencescorer
6 foot 6 center, proved to be the favored West All.Stara will aim I Wade ready to step into the I leading with 119 points in regu- All women unable to participate

big man on the boards for Win for victory this afternoon in second quarter of action to las season competition. In a in Lake Region Country

Notre Dame Students ter Haven pulling down rebound r; the 14th annual Pro Bowl and spell UniUs. post.aeaton tilt with Orlando''' Club golf play Tuesday should
after rebound. He added nine thereby complete a sweep of Sherman has had to make offensive Boone, Downs recorded 20 contack Bennie Spanjers, CY
I points to the winning cause. I plans with his New 41237.
1963 honors for the i
Near the end of the first period I Western post Division season of the National York Giant Ace, Y. A. Tittle Almost Impossible to stop, Pairings will be listed tomorrow -
''I the Greenwave began putting Football whose knee injured in the NFL the Devil senior's niche was an .
Force Coach To Quit the championship him
on pressure and appeared game, kept --- --
West Coach Halas directed
to have solved the tough I from the Pro Bowl.

t OMAHA, Neb. (UPI-Sure) I Jordan and his team-were In I by Winter. six Haven points, defense.Downs netted Trailing a NFL Green championship his Bay Chicago Packers Bears and won to the the the Buddy Earlier Dial this twisted week his knee flanker in DIAL 'IIP' *TIM, !*?* '

Jordan will mist Notre 40 foot set shot with two seconds practice and was sent home, TEMPERATURIIXiHANGl
Johnny Omaha for bowl and I
tonight's game with runner-up as HalasI but Sherman able .
remsining in that periodto was to add "
Dame but to the of
big time, college coaching pressures he Crelghton, another toughie on push the locals to within I'I points; out, a win in the Memor'ill eager Frank Gifford, a money tllrt,.,
Coliseum I would
has said farewell forever. the Irish schedule four points, 1 -12. Downs grabbed West a "clean today sweep"givethe player of long standing, to the NATIONAL lANKi:; Member f.ril.C,
>- off nine of Winter Haven's squad.
Jordan, now 53 and suffering Jordan said he made up his 12 points in the opening quar A crowd of about 60,000 was
through a bad season, announced mind to call It quits Wednesday I expected to pour into the massive -
ter and had total of IT.
a Sophomore RIck Anderson
his resignation as basketball night when shouts of "Jor In the first minute of In 'I coliseum for the nationally
coach Friday effectiveat dan must go" rang through the the second quarter Downs play found I r Talll.d 11 pollts Friday I televised (ABC) game Kickoffis >>:J->>>>P..cc

the end of Notre Dame's the range twice again and tied 5TATISTIC5Irietrp : 1 p.m. PST. Some 50,000 general
crowd watching De Paul defeat
schedule. the acore. The court contest Raven I. ft pf Op0.urge ) admission seats go on sale
"I leave Notre Dame with absolutely Notre Dame at South Bend for followed a nip-andtuck pattern Davit ._-...,. I 0 4' 10 Sunday morning and the place
no hard feelings. I will the first time in seven )'e r.. throughout the rest of the quar Jere Baxter .._......_.. I 0 1 1 should be swarming with kids
do everything possible to help It was the seventh loss in 11 ter but two long jump shots by Dory McD.nl..1 0 0 1 0 One adult purchasing a general HAVE YOU TRIED
my successor," he laid. Davis and another by Anderson Rick Ito..n. ......_... I S I admission ticket can get five
"As for myself, when I coach games gave the Blue Devils a lIke Page .. .......... I I I e youngsters under 13 years of
la SO, 35 or 40, he can take it. "Each year coaching gets 30.27 margin at halftime lUrk Andersen ...... .. I 4 I If age in free.
: J'm tired." tougher" Branch McCracker Ft. Myera came on fast in Bobby awn .....,.. 5 1 I 17 The starting quarterbacks are
w Indiana coach told the early moments of the third Charley Johnson of the St. LouIs MARY CARTER'S
( ) once me
and TOTALS ........??_,.. J' 11 20 eo1.rs Cardinals for the East and
'the summers get shorter and quarter Bill Radcliff on basketa and by forward M,... I. n pf tp veteran Johnny Vmtaa of the

the winters get longer aa a Barry Bill A..1I11 ................_ 0 I I J3 Baltimore Colts for the West 1
(Basketball) coach and now I : point.Hillmeyer Mmtea edged later ahead, the by sophomore one curl Kellrt ....._... 0 I 0 1ehnrlea The city of Baltimore is hard ALL
Co.tUo ......... 1 0 I I ly in the Western part of the NSW
know it," he uaid. duo of Page and Davis
IT' 1eanbin
Barry Hlllmy..r
United States and St. Louis la
sent the Winter Haven five
Jordan acid his health la Pope ..... I 0 I mDvnnla much closer to being a part of
ahead to atay. Davis starred the
'" good and was not a factor. 8tnn..yph..r .. 0 0 1 0 the "West," but the loyalties
.. point barage with
two floating
Lee England ... 0 I I I
r Jordan said his announcement jumpers. Page tossed in two Bob Candy... .. ....... 1 0 0 I of the two .Inal.ullers are not
be confused.
: was no snap decision. He had points, Davis hit on another likely

) f ? been thinking about it for some jumper, and Page counteredwith TOTALS ...... :30 17 23 57wtete. East Coach Allie Sherman of
; ,4 gl a lay-up and a free throw. Naves .. ...... lll..lI.lJMr& the New York Giants has Washington
:: ,Yr time. Downs added the final touch Mswra le-tl154047Westwood Redskin Norman Snead
.. ik V He aald he talked it over with a jump shot and Winter ready to relieve Johnson. Like-

with his wife Ellen and she Haven took an 11 point 4837

w rb R agreed. He said he was thinking lead In the into fourth the final period quarter.disaster / Tops Delayed At WHThe GOAT-NO DRIP

: of her and their six child almost struck the Blue Devil qualifying rounds In the

: Look topE camp. Although Ft. Myera out- Winter Haven Golf Club scheduled

thl.. crest ren.The "Jordan must go" shouts fouled Winter Haven 119 in the Lake Alfred Five for Tuesday have been INTERIOR ACRYLIC LATEX PAINT

( were the last straw, he said. last quarter, the Devilmen hit postponed until Tuesday, Jan.
.r. Mrs. Jordan and a number of on only four charity tosses. In 21.
former Notre Dame greats were contrast, the Greenwave recorded The extensive repairs being<

.Z. 3 among spectators at the game. throw column 12 points in that in the quarter.In free. By 50.24 CountThe done at the Winter Haven Golf THE ONLY PAINT WITH A UNCONDITIONAL 'GUARANTEE
: Revolutionin "I' was deeply hurt," Jordan Club has made it necessary to I
all the Devils committed 20
.. aaid. "When you get to be my fouls, Ft. Myera 23. postpone the tournament. WRITTEN UNCONDITIONAL .rot AW SEASON rou AH NOT Mmrm wmi we
.. Slacks- age, It begins to get to you. I The Ft. Myers never Westwood Warriors open- The pairing will remain the I rnroMMNci oa QUALITY or HX-HIOJ, WHIN usm

; You and just can't take" these things after gave up, and moved cagers to within ed, their 1964 junior high school -game-- I GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE M THIMANNII MHCIISID ON THI TANS,JUST MIND
: Sansabelttiaubalt'.thalilddan 28 years. two point with 48 seconds cage season with an Impressive SACK TW CAN AND THIS OUAIANni CAIO,AND YOU

,. showing on the clock Devil SO.24 win over Lake Alfred Fri. I ptacHASI pact wit at cmttfuur MFUNOIO.
o. Page tossed through a free day afternoon at the high '
=,. SEARCY'S throw and then aet up a jump school gym with Jermire High- Now Is { --fir k
wwS ahot for Anderson and the Win
In.ldn"I."- AUTO ter Haven team had a five point tower leading the way for the the Time. SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY
: bend i ravolutlonarr Id., In mtn's lead and their first win of the home team with 14 points .
:: fashion designed In Franca. All EXCHANGE season. A last second basket by The Warriors got off to an
,. .tigront can m ll your net, trim for Savings on our
Bob made
r ....tlln. .baeauia th....'e .. kilt. are A v.. K. Ft.the final Myera'score 80.57.Gandy early lead with 1 116 first large lotl. You have a PRICE. S. 8EK98GA4
rr birth or bulra.n '* SW.Pbm.u. quarter margin and stretched choice of belli.tifullots
The Greenwave record over 50 Many
.. Far n ,.. teat In ilandarliln season i f,
that to 26-12 at halftime With for future PRE
w comfort from waist to cuff, Nip la 43. your I
I rn lets pair of taniabalt. glacki to- In junior varsity action the I 41-20 lead at the end of the homesite. IDD p PLUS 2nd GAI,

.. aay.-_ how this nvolutlonirf off;.. In.ut7 Greenwave jayvees copped a third period, the Indiana coast law a"awt payment" with yb tofllleIODRIP

;i anal.Idea shapaa Mlaction ya'of up.handaom Avallahk* Jab-In.a w Co A. Sirlee 6 -40 win. For Winter Haven, ed to victory .......,.IIf. monthly lattall- ONE tea

'fhYpattrn.ad.h.d.; .. ant esAnay Rae. CT '..1176KLUNK. Richard Parks netted 10 points meN .v.II."'..
: .
r voun." soy"WE and Mike Dix got /. Mike Stone Besides Hi point us
: played an outstanding defensive production feat, Robert Rabe .e, I IIQfIIC

:. PAT CASH FOR TOUR CAR" game for the Winter Haven tallied t, Judd Sealy 11, Steve SunAcres

juniors Alexander and Paul Irby 5 16111 fW I1 INin

each Roy Tlce 4, Jeff Carter
r r 4 Old Win'.. Nave Idkoldud1
.. I :, and Richard Cantrell 1. Hlqhwoy State Rt. 142 ''at cAt. r" MARYCARTER'SdllulGCWH1TEOR '
r tw ; "YiA-NTE t. Bruce Robinson was high for
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I. 7. and Kenneth Hunter and NATUIALf.
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U.S. Skiers I


CHATTER""" t, 0

Snow Weather

In my column on December 22nd I said that Ford

WENGEN, Swltmllnd (UP) would not only han Cobras running at the 1964 Searing Vii!?

that-United better States weather skiers condition hoped race, but would have other high speed models I NCAA Rules Committee Talk

would enable them to break there too. It now appears that you can expect to see ti1t7t

through Austrian domination at least two if not Lola-Fords The l
of more running.
the Lauberhora : ,r For 64 Grid Year
races Changes 'i.iI
econd day of competition on the Lola-Ford was first run at Le Mans last year, but due .
day.A. to lack of time to prepare the car it retired with difficulties Ay g99t + +V Vw
I FORT LAUDERDALE Fls I and full sufatltul .
dense fog marred the opening before the end of the race. The builder has r r running a team
day competition Friday, (UPI) The 15 men who set on on any and all time'outs.Ivy .
apparently now had several months to work out the bugs on this
affecting; all but Auatr.a the rules fur college football I Williamson of Winenntln,
which captured! the tint :ar and it is rumored that top speed of the V-8 (using ells Ir take a clone look today at the chairman of the rules gro\rp:ln-

two In placet and liven of the top the basic Fairlane block) powered coupe is in the use of extra padding oa arms dlrated he was more concerned

14 But the even giant alalom. neighborhood of 200 MPH This is about 20 MPH more hands and legs which some with tightening the regubtttns

winner Egon Zim- than Ferrari crank out if the do players have appeared to use that Insure the safety of playen -
mermana laid "It Was a can so cars come
more as weapon The use of extra pirdf\
guesswork than a ski race and they are well prepared it might be look our Farrarl. Punimlotn of this problem I has presented I new problem.
I have
never raced in such I IStirling< during the three day annual I "The Idea of padding tat to
poor visibility before"Another
of the Football Rules
giant Moss will attend meeting protect Injured players;trom:
slalom .
scheduled was Committee of the National Collegiate further damage," he aaisl,-'but
today, but unlike y this Athletic Association!
Friday's It will Sebring again year. may now It's gotten so everyone
count In I
the annual talk
standings for the Alpine com- However, this time he will wears them for numerous,: Cason -
bined about institution rules. <, ranging from protection
meet. Friday's championship of the come as manager of the The rules makers show no indication from Injuries to virtual--WMMpon -
run was inserted of bowing to demand ." "**"
downhill is ,a which subititutlon for the Stirling Moss Auto Racing WI., tft. ..,. of many college coaches that ALONG

because of a lack was cancelled Team. Moss will enter a they should be allowed to substitute THROW ::!:!

The United States of snow. Lotus for the 12-hour BOWLERS OF MONTH-The bowlers of the month roll-off winners for November I as many players a* they MINNEAPOLIS (UPD-fOul
lair performance put on a race and December were named during the week
weather and a tricky despite course.the There's no doubt the car trophies, from left to right, are: leo (ISnk.1) Saunders end Karen Kent, December I There was some speculation nesnnlls Millers (AmerlcatwAs-

Billy Kldd of Stowe, Vt., fin- will be well prepared under champs, end Eleanor White end Bob Heinly, November winners. however, that I "rom pro.. notation) threw a baseblQ a
lined sixth In one minute, 22.58 mise" might. be worked to permit record 445 feet 1 Inch at Minneapolis
seconds and Bud Werner Moss tutelage, so the drive two "wild card" substitutes Metropolitan Stadium,
Steamboat to enter any time the clock Is I Au,. 27, 19 M. ..r::
Jimmy Huega Springs of ,Tahoe Colo.,City ind, ers will be expected to Nice Guys Don Always Finish Last I ---- ---

Calif., tied for seventh place bring home the bacon in
with an Identical clocking of their class.
By OSCAR FRUEYin material comforts which kids watch television
1:23.07.: were Ithe or
former ewimr end mtUy el Pot's Bartor Ship)
fi T f Sports Writer only vague dreams when, as a just rrlax. And I'm usually In

EARLY MOTORING: In 1900 President McKinleyrode HIALEAH. Fla. (UPI-A few skinny year-old, he first applied bed by 10:30 p.m." have opened a new shop

in an auto and thus became the first U.S. President years back, when the Dodgers for a race track job lie It's a nice life If you don't .
to ride in an automobile. Gasoline engines were lived In Brooklyn, their manager and his pretty wife Sally havea i mind risking your life every

,, LBAGI!: : located under a hood for the first time in the U.S. by was a man named Leo Du. luxuriously furnished home afternoon and if you haven't a 'and all our friend and customers
coos ..... Blum "
gargantuan appetite. Invited to
tee lit.
Rainbow Sit Cha Boat!10mb.Baaln. ..* ,48 Jt several American manufacturers. And John Brisben rocher who caused a great deal on the southwest fringe of MIami breakfasts on toast and coffee art come

Wlot r Harm Boon 45 4] is 51 Walker drove his steam car to the top of Pikes Peak. of indignation with a remark where they live a quiet life I and has one good meal dally. LOOK FOR THE SI NMASSEY'S

Cyprtni Buds Wrecker Oardan see Lane. .. 40 10'4 24 2T4 that "Nlce guys finish last. with their two children Seth But Blum Isn't kicking, He

Btoksly-Borrto 3D 24 It was accepted by the base five and Jrff, two I proved that a nice guy can 1m.IRh BARBER SHOP-
Jerk J.o-Phyl May Enilnrcrlni Offlr 1un9 j; S5'l ill :SI K<4 ball buffs at that time that "I'm home just about every I first, even if he never wanted Phone 23-37f7

Cyprm Onrd'nn Ef Ir' V 87 Sugar Ramos Seeking night," he says "I play with to play for the Dodgers
lass Alfrtd Bank ,.., 2i'i 874 every kid In Flatbush wanted to -- --- .---- --- ---- -
Wolf Mobtl Homed ,. M :8SCoronrt
: KRrhn ,,.. ? Vi K play for the Dodger It Is to

ro William>ratM*Mutual Plcrann Ins. 224:30 4114 44 be presumed that a great manyof I

C'ltKltd Matal Corp IS 4S Lightweight Title BoutLOS them did want exactly that.
Hl,h n.te *trl.i. Winter Haven BUY
iioM. rs7 But there was at least one
High tram Winter Raven
Vnnaa 163 who didn't and Walter Blum I
High Individual *.ri.*- Waynt ANGELES CUPD-Fes. Ramos came In at 132 pounds has to also

\\"Irlf''IW.: ; Das*: tfsl Ed Can- therweight champion Sugar Ra- while Derado weighed 133 for the Lip's gone crack on about nice disprove guys

Iran 33*. Warn Hank,* 24H. Ron mos moved a step closer to a the overweight bout. The 27 finishing lut. TOTAL PERFORMANCE
Turktr 3M. Munr Bchmldt 221. t>. lightweight title bout with Carlos .
Ollncor 22*, Bob Bnuo 215, Bill Ortiz today after punchingout year-old Derado employed the It took him 10 years to hit
J14. the but the
__ a close, but unanimous non. same aggressive tactics against top serious quiet
.&.J.I.U' Blum made it In 1963 by becoming
TMM CAT LEA CELM4 title decision Friday night over Ramos that he used In his bout the
Quality' ElM-trK I __ \t IS'. Vicente Derado of Argentina champion
vprrn. Canni ........ 4: ISWaihlnirton Matchmaker george Pacnas against Kenny Lane and he bit- with 360 winning mounts. Booming PLUS.
NaIL Ina. 41'i 2J% terly commented afterwards therl'.ultt from 10th place to first, he
PutK-htli Gull... US',, 2/1'Vi sus of the Olympic Auditorium also showed i r .
Florida office Supply 8S 28Hobcrk announced he would offer the were the same. Lane that nice guys
4u 38 2* could finish first.
Bun.r un" ,:. :::::::.:' 84'4 2 '4Charllia lightweight champion I $60,000 won a close decision
Rirhardi Newt Hair' Styling. ..... ... II 83Vt aa*'" guarantee to meet Ramos provided Although Ramos landed the baseball And he for never the Dodgers.wanted. to play Style, Luxury Roominess and Traditional Mercury Engineering

C. W, Dru .... ... 80 84 the Cuban featherweight harder punches and he "I "
staggered always liked horses
Lake R.g4'm Bank 21 30Hev.n titlist successfully defended his .
..;;;,;:. -- --
WEIR Radii fendtr 21 tVk 41 3014 crown March 1 la Tokyo agalnslMitsunori Derado in the last roundto "I used to save up my

Burrouirlt Insurance". 3D 44 Sekl. clinch the unanimous decision weekly allowance and then on ,..
,. ...... Jj
Exrhan Bank ''' IS 64'4 Sunday when I had enough A
Quality Uoctrla 1 569 KU. Pat Derado gave Ramos an unexpectedly the crowd booed the ver '
Moody. 1S3 497. rugged time In their money, I'd go riding In Pros rrp+ 1f rl ,
Cyp..... len.i I 534: 2452, Mickey dict. Derado's aggressiveness pect Park in Brooklyn." ;;
Pabar 302. Lit Locks 476. nationally televised bout before swayed the sympathies of the I After his
W..hlnlf1on In.. 3'4 Itl2M4. a live audience of 8,100. The sophomore year In
Virginia trop 112 488. I predominantly Latin I crowd high school, Blum was convinced
South American
Florida Otflee 8uppl. k 832 241S. was especially
EI.anor While 168. Bonnie Weese effective when he pinned Ramos which came to cheer Ramos by a friend who workedfor Mr
'34 and Instead applauded Derado.It trainer Hirsch Jacobs that 1 s
Hnnork A Ron 41 S41 24M. Betty on the ropes and sent a .
XcAdama 171 4o9Cull hailstorm of blows against the was Ramos' first appearance he should try to become a -
Puh.11 4 (M MIa, Carolyn favorite. In Los Angeles since last Jockey."I .
Green. JlI 1211.
Bunter Queen 2404, Judy March when he captured the didn't know anything about
Hampton: 173. 1II10n' Wlnrman I 444.Charlt. featherweight crown from Dsvey racing," he relates "I thoulhtyou'd :
.. N' .w. I 115 SiOl. Barbara SrOBTSMAN'S LFAOCBTram :
Strinn 111ft. 492. was LearBwdt Moore, who lapsed Into I Just go out to the track :'(' .4
Richard. ..._ '" -, ,
Hair fltvllnc 1 146 S45fTami a'e 34 22 coma following the bout and lay you wanted to be a rider 1 .
Brlnull 157. 427nrat Wrliht' Elwtrlo 31 a7
r.d ral I S77 5497 Pat 'oik. Nuratrv ..::::'::::::: 33 23 died four days later Ramos and they'd put you up on a
Ol :Wyln, Carroll 414 Joe Davl. Mna Wear U 24Aubursdnl. proved a strong gate attraction horse"
C, .rllIbo aa I S45 3493. Man frmtr ." 2. 27 .
Hatn'ld 1M, 441. Cuntral ria. Gaa. Co. 21 37 despite the bout being televised It wsisn't quite that easy. -
Haven Tvnv 1 S54 3475. ChrU171 Anchor Bar ............ ... 29 27 locally by delayed tape and the The dark-halred little man gota
.. .
N."lr" 441.Lako Horde Product .. .. .. IS n
Region 184. Benk W1Robbm Club '37' ... .... .................. 35 81 bout grossed 1807749. job but for two years his

man 281.Dunaon 150. big WledaBurroiiKbn Armour Dairy A Co.....No..........1... .. 21 23 M 31VIda : "Derado' la a hard man to duties were confined to walking PARk L4N.t WIri4 RACY MARAUDER STOWLet's
1 163 34M. Pat Ean- Arm r t..a Co' No 3 .. 30 34 fight because of his style" Ramos "hots," which means leading L.. _
flll 19S 610WRIR ;h n.rieE: Jos navie commented afterward. "I horses after a workout or a
HerronI5Exlhann Mann Wenr n13.
4 S43 Mli Nancy High team"ami: Polk Nun.ry2HI thought If I finished strong, I race until they cool out, or
Bank 0 TTS 3331 Ma- 5 would beat him and I did." cleaning tack and
holding Read The RECORD
linda JdcGulra 13<. Joyce WaUon lrll Individual .rI. : D. Richrtunn -
141 bra J Hahn M5Hlih The heartbroken Derado wept hones for the blacksmith"
Hlrh scratch ..mll Vlrkfr Fa- Individual tarn D Rlrhrrtwin as he heard the decision go to It wasn't until the spring of
110, ::1112- !13. C Heath all B Hutrhnwn -
RIch .cratch aster: Pat Ean- :309 W. Pinion :305. J. Hahn Ramos and screamed "I did all 1953, after "riding" a carload
Sells 530. 201, J. Bohannon 200. the fighting" Derado said he full of bales of hay In simulated

did not feel Ramos was a real "races" that he finally jot

511 champion because he ought In his first mount. And It wasn't

[ I spurts of about a minute each until three months later that he Here't the record-Mercury Marauder us. other medium-price can
round. brought home his first winner 12 Times
Referee Tommy Hart had the a 37 to one shot named Tus-, IVINT LOCATION DATI DRIVIR UNCTION Mu CUR! VS. COMHTITIONMm '
bout closest giving It to Ramos canto V.IM.....' Ir''''.', Devil r. k..M ell' Mkr" nwdliimBritmn ,,,
CONCRETE BLOCKS U i under the simplified point Blum presents I withdrawn "100" Tees's'.. 1/11 Dlrl,*f NASCARNASCAR -PntlM, D....s e4 ChryiUr In 8 Months

MORTAR MIX coring system. Judge John attitude to the world, holding IH.ne4ee.l" l l Atlanta, '/>0 Danl Mtnury s.ot all' Mlwr wJIm-rlc
SLUMP BLOCK rhomas scored It 8.2 for Ramos himself aloof behind 400" G..rla OlrirDrl tar.-hetle, 004 a4 Chry.IaePlr.crak.r
PIERS while Judge Jimmy Wilson had a reserved Se"."., .
exterior and rides with a quiet 7/4 NASCAR M.u.. katl .11 NMr .dbm' Pdu' e. e a Mercury
e DRY WELL BLOCKS it 7-4 for Ramos 400"rik P1.rld. DI.,'.,., ...
ferocity. Yet, with his friends cart-' "'1. 0 4q* Chryilw

-WALLis he Is warm, affable and well Climb. Peek Plki Celer.de Pk, 7/4 Pemelll Jan.. USAC M.resry .leers ".ry "v-wll' "... has shown

LINTELS liked. And success hasn't turnedone MiU.uk hlllwekee. ......,
strand of his 7/14 USAC Mean best all atkr. ma'liiiiiprlecart '
J'DRAIN Dr. Richard G. O'Leary dark brown who
BLOCK hair. 200" WI..I. W.rPanwlll* -Parl 1.. .... D.*'** I Is the
TILE WI...""* Mllvavk**,
STEEL DOOR FRAMES : Announcesthe be"I admits rode real almost well last year," $t.i. Pile "IIOH WlKnl 1/11 ...".. USAC Mnrv Watt "*ry *'> win* .
+ STEPPING STONE I Aisoctation ef reluctantly. WlKMlll MII..M. PanwlllDlrinr
i PATIO STONEr "But to a certain extent I had S'e1. Fair "200" WiKamla 1/11 ..ea USAC baati *yfY**"'y-win I en...

VENT BLOCK Dr. John H. ford, Jr. to be lucky. I rode for trainers leu....m D.rtl....., Oenl champlotxofthe I '
PRE-CAST WINDOWSILLS who had winning horses, I have "100"WlKMll teeth CarallMMil '/If1I NASCAR Mrcry best ell etlwr. nwo'lim-prlM. .
for the Practice of the best cart
agent In the business ,* w a >**, Panwll) medium
t ANCIIOR BOLTS I Obstetrics endGynecology In Harold Wiseman and I had Sat. Pair "2SO"ClwriMte WlK.H.1 USAC Mrcry bess.r.ryb/y-wL..v.M' r

SUPERIOR BRICK did a lot before.more"mounts than I ever I Cbarlatt. 10/11 JJM NASCARNASCAR ........ .knots .11 .,..., .....,M...'''.. priced field I Inopen

DRIVEWAY MARKERS 400"C Nrtk Weefh.rl, tan-D....., '.*.,.. ..4 CII.....,
')S Fint Street N. Blum now 29, has been consistently .l*.* $,*t. .Iv. D.,., etf
I successful In recent 400-Mil* ClmitA C..II"I 11/1 DIeI",,.r R.nsry tat.. I car af tile lint I tom p
and ,lac..-wlm ..**t
EXERCISE 16 MERELY years It has brought
I him 4 ttIllMil II j Flraballkrri
and 1- _
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*.OO02CltTPlaster Sand; I

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I Th rich* tatarl harmontfin.ear madam lathrti, with i Mile Durability Run-Breaks 100 World Records-60 World Records

trim, i'lvtr mylar Mtdlna..

good come judg here AS held by costly foreign Sports Cars ( FIA-NASCAR Sanction) .

LOW $2295
need The AS

come..HI''In'., M core ata'n etatle.P.a nn and+esaele w.e.. R.eeH.nee BUY THIS TOTAL PERFORMANCE MERCURY AT .

tiOB. Conic, e5 eumm.r, warm.. Se

STEAM CURED BLOCKS Imperial Discount Wlnly. Center PREMIER MOTORS Inc.

gas Hcvaa*!* llv**. Ope* 1 A... ,. I P.... J 101412Vi

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324 Third Sf S.W.
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Las GIrd I arty with TO nelly, Sault St Marie, Mich.; Tuesday-9:30 Choral Prac slue card party HELPFUL SUSPECT
Activities Of Interest I mentors and guests award- I Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Mikesell, : tke-direeled by Mrs. George Friday I p.m. Shuffleboard SANTA CLARA Calif (UPI)
UK prtefi to: MdameiChlorlsGariimn Welt LiFalyrete, Ohio; Mrs RodeO Saturday t p.m. Intermediate -Police arrested Ronald Wallace Hemorrhoids
I .Mtdiw Francofur.Bet Marguerite Sutherland, Bronx. Tuesday- p.m. Shuffleboard Shuffleboard Tournament 28, Santa Clara Friday i
ty Chittorton, GoodwU-Gertrude I ville, N. Y.; Mrs. Louise Kar- Tueaday-T: p.m. Entertainment between the Winter Haven short distance from I gas station Fissures, Fistulas, end
To Haven Tourist Club ; Trlpp Alice Travlebee pinski, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mrs .Willard Lines.Chairman. Shuffleboard Club and the Win with a broken front window. other Rectal Diieeiet
Carrie Dean-Olive Homan.Lil Issae Welsh, New York; Mr Wednesday 1:30.Ladies Card ter Haven Tourist Club Wallace was booked on successfully treated I by>>
I I lian King-Louise Karpinski.! Hoitrssei Roy Muir, Meredith, N. H; Party I Winter Haven Tourist Club a burglary attempt charge after NON-SURGICA1. m.th'eds.
The Amazing Howell Clam Friday afternoon Shuffleboardparty .Meidames Hazel Spanglor and Mr. Roy Cattella, Sturgis, Wednesday I p.m. Round 'members that are on the sick police found an undeliverednote .
dowers Mr and Mm Robert I with 23 courts In play and Roberta Grazier. Michlg p. Dances directed by Mr. and list are: Mrs. Pearl listen, who on the front seat of his
:if. Howell will appear In an awarding prizes to: Rev. A. Winter Haven Tourist Club Mrs Russ De Baun Munofo's fell and his a broken hip. Mr car which read: Dr. Earle Rabb
Inusual program before the Benedict Lawrence Dibble.Anne members arriving from the Weekly schedule ai follows: Orchestra from Lakeland will Carl Traynor had a heart attack "Betty, I will be late. I have
Tourist Club at the Civic Center Dempsey Beatrice Evana- I I North are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monday 1:30: Needlecraft furnish the music. Donation fifty and will be hospitalized t chance to steal some tires. Clinic N.D.
Tuesday evening Jan. 14, Ferne From-Clarence Horn.Fred I Newell-Latham, N Y.; Mr and Monday evening-T:30 Sing ALong cents. Open to the membersand for several days. Theae members Burn this."
at T:30: p.m. They are among Lundberg.Dillon Larmon-Fred Mrs. Dwane Webb Geneva, directed by Pat Chris. friends. are in the Winter Haven (Signed) rk.M Cf 1-4JJI Wbtar Hevve
> limited number of present Newell-Joe Paquin-Harold Perkins Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Don- tan and Mrs. Ruth Merrill Thursday 7:30: m.-Progrei- Hospital. "Ton"
'day practiclonen of the ancient .Bessie Perkins.Dave Rich. I _.o___ ___ O_ _
craft of Bohemian glassblowing. Charles Simpson-Anna Samtel-
:Their art la one which has hue Jeannie Tucker William I
been handed down from father WeatphaL Directed by George
lit son, or ai In this case, from Martin.
husband to wife. Mr Howell Saturday after noon Intermediate .
js la the tenth generation of Shuffleboard Tourna.
4iia. family operating In hit ment played at the Civic Cen. H'
raft. ter. The Winter Haven Tourist I
o The Howell's have bad I Club and the Winter Haven
truly remarkable career, having Shuffleboard Club had 13 court
been featured in 1934 lathe in play with the Winter Haven
Italian Village at the Chi. Tourist Club winners, score 24
sago Exposition, in 1935 in the to IS. Directed by Dave Rich
International Trades Exposition and assisted by Ambrose Chambers
In London, In 1937 at the Paris and Ernest Garrison and
Exposition in 1939 at the New Tony Ginstrom from the Winter .
York World's Fair, and In 1940at Haven Shuffleboard Club.
the Golden Gate Exposition Monday evening the Winter
at San Francisco They have Haven Tourist Club had a covered
practiced their craft in each dish supper with 92 members
of the 50 atatei, Including and guests, and later ISO
Hawaii and Alaska For eight members and guests Joined in
years they were one of the our sing a long program and nrv ,.AM,,. --Muse
principal attractions at the played games later. Directed by 1
Great Masterpiece They are Amiel Keidel and John Mela-
now located in the Winter Have tyre, awarding-38 prizes
area, just east (If Cypress Tuesday evening the club had
Gardens. entertainment, Mr and Mrs.
Mr. Howell will demonstrateand Ralph P. Thompson thawed col.
explain various phases of ored slides of their trip through
the glassblowing operations and Amsterdam part of Holland,
will create several unique Germany and the Rhine country -
pieces of blown glass during LJchteiuteln, the Chateau
the program. These will be given area of France, Paris and partsof Nat, Adv. COLEMAN
to those present as door Belgium, again entertaining Nat. Adv. CRESTWOOD Genuine Foam Rubber
prize Mrs. Howell will wear 125 members and guests. Mr. 4-Pc. Solid Walnut Size Bed" Bedroom Suite
an evening gown made of a Willard Lines is entertainment
glass fabric from glass thread chairman Contemporary Sofas f Reg. $249.00 $123
spun by her husband and the Tuesday after noon shuffleboard INCLUDES: -Drawer Double Dresser Plate Glen Mirror (2( only) NOW
process of spinning such thread party with 20 courts in Bed S227
Large 4-Drewer Chest 7. Panel Headboard, 2 Metal
will be demonstrated, membersand pity, awarding prizes to: Nor.
their guests are Invited to man Dctwilcr Walter Hayes- Frames COMPARE ANYWHEREI! NOW Nat. Adv. PRESTIGE Genuine Foam Rubber
this special program. Emily Howard.Lillian Holt Vone
Oswalt.William Phlllipsen-Har Burn end Staln-Pr fTop GRAY MAHOGANY $117
T'-Cushion Lawson Sofa
Thursday evening was a progressive old Perkins Paul RichardsMy.rtle
card party with 102 Simpson Charles Simpson- 87
members and guests, awarding Andrew Schultc-Charles Ullrich- 4-Piece Bedroom Suite It,. $239.00 Value (Only I "In stock) ........ .. .. NOW
14 prizes. Host and Hostesses: Cora Westphal-Eva Wille.S. Wis.
Mr. and Mrs William Dlebler sick.William Weeks-Joe Wack- A Real Good Value! NOW ,
and Mr and Mrs Foster Fra erlin. 100 /. Foam All Zipper Covers
iler. Wednesday after noon

Solid Oak Colonial Style $136 6-Cushion Danish Walnut Sofa $84

4-Piece Bedroom Suite NOW Reg. $169.00 Value (Only I) --..---......... NOW
Own A New t .

Nat Adv. WAYNLINE Genuine Foam Rubber>> 100% Nylon Zipper Coven
Nat. Ad,. CALDWELL Famous For Top Quality Construction C
Total Performance M96 3-P CI Sectional I with BUIIT.ON END TABLES NOW 227 I
} 4.Pc.KU Bedroom Suite ... NOW

E JOHNSON.CARPER' Some Sectionals
Nat. Adv. $188

FORD $247 with Poly Foam Cushions and Yiieoie Coven .... .. NOW
&c Suite
I 4-Pc MARBLE Bedroom NOW

l 100'/. Foam Cushion with Zipper Covers $
For As Little'
As$45OO 1 67
\, : Nat Adv. lAssrrr

4-Pc. Walnut Bedroom Suite I NOW only $163 4-Piece Sectional Sofa .. NOW

M67si 1
STYLEMAKER SUITE No. 4647 French Provincial Sofa NOW
I Minimum Pews PiymtntlDon't
i. Consists of A Very Large Triple Dresser, Very Large $)

Forget Our Friday Nite Get'TogeUiert Dresser Mirror, Large Chest, Over-Size Bookcase Bed 139 Nat.Ad.WAYNLlNEG.nuln.FoamRubb.r' 1 57

FOR THE BEST DEALIN with Built-On Nit. Stands. Quilt Cover Lawson Sofa NOW

COMPARE ANYWHERE AT $279.00 ... .. .. NOW

: Budget Priced Bedroom Suites from $78 90-inch Modern Sofa '0""U' si 1 37


'" 104 E. CENTRAL AVE. CY 3-4111 Nationally Advertised BEDROOM '

i iZzZi ...:i.

1 1 Foam Quilted Rubber ., _

Cover Not. Adv. Nat. Adv SIMMONS Traditional Style
at $139.00

Mattress R.1. $I3 .00 V.liM (Only 3) ......uen...... NOW sCwf

$8 7
SERVICE Per Nat. Ad,. SIMMONS Famous Beautyrest
Spring NOW Set 2Pc. Sofa Bed Suite n I ely) NOW $176

Chests Net Ad r. McAFEE Early American

ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS turn and Stain Proof Top SOLID WALNUT $32 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite rwV'. ..... $157e
ValMt te Jit 09
FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD 7-Pc. Dining RoomS u lie $158 NOW. Maple Arm Sofa Bed t Matching Platform Rocker. C.m,.. !

S e REG. $329.00 . ... ... ... .... ,. .. ... NOW
Notices For This Department 2-P C. COnllD PLASTIC Sofa Bed Suite $97

I JUMBO SIZE FORMICA TOP Odd Beds 14. $1100 ,.1.. (Only I A.-Is) ................. NOW
Limited To. $
AS.IS 5 7 f.I.... t* $" 00 $18
1. liar., ads ... sway u the I. N. R.fc tM N. Ckar4.s 9-Piece I Dinette I Sets NOW NO'W Nat. Adv. $2(9.00 French Provincial
vale..9! $21 If .loss ... 5138
All c. 2Pc. ruTos. Sofa Bed Suite. NOWFORMICA
t. 1War/ LMI..1
AeI \ heat.i ikct g. A* ...* k. .,..*ht !. te TOP

}. .ck Mtlc. unit ,c.Ktol the slwlflH 4srtmMt wrist,. AS-IS S47 Odd Nite Stands Not Adv. $194.00 French Provincial

j ,11'rlc._ et....ber ethrler If ....d..d...t.I.If. lilt M welled. I.! with s.vmnt 7-Piece Dinette Sets NOW Values Dual Purpose Sofa Bed J Fi,1Ys..p"' ,. ... $96

I tile ..II... .. I. _. .. $12 1
to $3100 NOW
4. .u"e4.Nc 'wmwrcM l .A will he 7. N* ,"_ .,...,.,, Hundreds Of Other Values Not Listed Other 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suites from $86 .

I. Aes will ml I (toys.MPEED .

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er am ....11.. d"" Llihl B.l..-
boys ncllnh bicycle, ..- wadhandmade.coyi. Bamio. CY Every Item In Our Huge &
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"Urat condition nptlnted 1211 00. UJI. FURNITUREOf
CY s-470e :a W Uk Howard Dr DUO-THERM ,pale. heater with
blower HO 00. CY 1-61M aft.r Displays Sold On Our
co ...... Mather Will Not
arTS CORONA portable NMdikdjitftmut ATHER
|I M. CY ,,::1880, Wah- ..:lII .. .... Exclusive Guaranteed
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site lUptl CIIun:1I.I a.-d. Good ...d bit 1500 ea.,b.
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100 a .to 1
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Powder Room
7 :>\t!";
W tai I.:' "f)!' TMNtff tw t

f 1t! Adds Comfort

w Jo Any Home

e I I Everyone's heard the old

maxim, "Good things come In

mill packages" This li particularly .
true In describing
powder rooms for both new and

I existing homes.
Most people try to plan their

homes to give family and
friends the utmost In comfort
and convenience. In terms of
materially Increasing the valueof
a home as well as Incress-
Ing convenil'nce. a powder roomis
well worth considering
It can save countless steps In LAKE ALFRED HOME-Mr, and Mrs. Hunter McNeer are the new owners of this
any home and Is a particular three-bedroom, two.bath home at 475 W. Lake Alfred McNeer Is In the I
HOME IS SURPRISE FROM SANTA out to see her gift on Christmas Eve She was appro* blessing to elderly persons who grove business with his father, The tale was competed by Gene Cooper, Lake Alfred

Kenneth Hall tied big red ribbon around this n.w priately/ surprised and pleased because this was the first find it strenuous climbing stairs _registered broker ___ __ .._ __._
I horn in Garden Grove and attached a hug. card that time shed ever got a home for Christmas to a bathroom on the second
Slid "To Christy from Ken" and than brought hit wife floor. ,
Tile Sets 63 RecordCeramic
a Another big point in Its favor, Industry
+ says the. Plumbing Heating I For
Ir I Cooling Information Bureau. Is tile production in The current domestic protinn -
New Material that it can easily be kept dean the United States set an all- I record of 2M,831,000 square Dependable

i for the use of visiting friends time record, estimated at 27S feet was set In 1959, the last
I Never again will someone have million square feet. In 1963. Industry 'I "good" year for domestic pro. Plumbing
I to rush to clean up the main i sources predict another I
.\ Gives Economy ducers before a greatly Increased
I bathroom when unexpected
+ au, '4m record of perhaps 290 million Service.
1 guests knock on the front door square feet in 1964 influx of Imported tile, e.
I If you are thinking of build. "The 1963 record Is an Indication mainly from Japan, upset the
Sin Ing a home It will pay you to of the increased awareness domestic markets. CALL
HeatingA I talk to the architect about making of the quality aspects of The Japanese although: they
provisions for a powderroom. real ceramic tile." said William claim that they observe vol.
Investment dlvl'Sends M. North president of the untary Import quotas, have
good pays
I Most any house, though, Tile Council of American, trade greatly expanded Imports, selling MACPlumbing
and holds its market : ssya the Bureau, has some association of the leading domestic mostly on the price advantage .
clue This rule applies to :] small space that can accommodate producers "Further.more they gain by cheaper
eating systems as well as c,1 I aCIOr'e off-the floor this all-time record for labor, Mr. North said ImportsIn Co.
locks and bonds. and a smartlystyled our domestic producers was 1950 totaled only 228,000
When Invest In a betting oval countersunk lavatory made in the face of greatly square feet This rose tc 4473000 ,- 210 Sixth St.. S.W.
' you These classically beautiful Increased Imports til foreign feet by 195S to 41,.
r system, you expect it to provider fixtures require title space tiles." 823000 in 1960, and to 61,289,*
healthful indoor climate, be and provide glamor combinedwith Mr. North predicted that 1964 000 feet in 1W2.
I economical to operate and beversatile j convenience.A would see continued IncreaseIn
enough to extend to large closet, the end of a the use of ceramic tile ",ithdome.tlc
hallway an old pantry the production increasing
added on room. space under a stslrwsy-any 4 per cent over 1963.
: Hydronlc baseboard heating, i such area Is a good possibility "Both building professionalsand
lays the Plumbing-Heating-Cool for Installation of a modern consumers each year are Adams Building Materials
ing Information Bureau meets powder room. discovering that ceramic tile
Ihese demands in every aspect To help you determine the can give lifelong beauty and
Hydronte baseboards placed best location for a powder economy in construction" Mr. 1807 7th Street S.W.

: ,at along its outer source.walls The atop combination the cold MERCERS' HOME-The Mercers, George Jr., Judy, and Jerry, 6, recently moved room contractor consult a auallfied He'll help plumbIng keepremndeii"V North production said of"The domestic result is tile that la CY 3-1102
like and into their new brick home In beautiful Leisure Shores Subdivision on Lake Hartridge. Mr.
of radiant (sun- ) connected exnennes In a mini. Increasing faster than the production .
(warmed air) heat, provides and Mrs. Mercer moved to Winter Haven from Portsmith, Ohio. Mr. Mercer is associatedwith mum with his knowledge of of building products asa
even temperatures from Christ's Auto Supply here The sale was negotiated by Charles Chopp, Space Land I piping availability in walls and whole"

t'floor to ceiling with no hot or Company, Incorporated.with ._ _____ I floors.
cold spots, no drafts and no
stratification of cold and
layers ol air. warn no need for chopping This Intowalls Simple Routes For Listed FirmOne I
Zoning the hydronlc syitem or ripping up fibers Building By
I and economical
provides top economy of opera. makes It simple

tion. Zoning la the term used to extend the system to an of the simplest ways to I The arrangement eliminatesthe aiembled panels and partsare .

to decribe temperature control. added on room, etc. reduce the cost of a building need for separate wall and utilized in the assemblyof l 1 1 1akCtOA
ef different areas of the house w X
piping In each living area bas The boiler of the hydronle Is to minimize the number of roof framing. The beams are outer "walls and roof, and I lIt.. : r --.-
,Its ewe pump' or tone valveamd system will normally last the parts that must be assembled covered with wood roof deckIng are frequently erected with der -
thermostat. It reduces op- life of a house because it la erected or otherwise handled.Th.t' which may be beautifully ricks
rating t cost by making It unnecessary backed by water and cannot why the "AFrame"Is finished its .
t on underside and Such methods require lumber
to overheat burn out. It la unlike teakettlein practical as as popular
one area a .
left exposed to decorate
the Interior of great strength and precision of Winter Haven
to warm another. that the water la the boiler On
exterior the and which Is otherwisewell
As the term Implies, this type
Because baseboard distributors la tempered. Because of this I
decking will be
covered with adapted to de.
'of structure resembles an "A", engineered
besnaked' and the sealed It will
are they can system
roof shingles or other surfacing sign. To fulfill this need the
from a front view. Unlike conventional
through the house aseasily not boil away, and the metal Frame
construction offers
buildings the outer Southern Pine industry is con
ai electrical conduit cannot burn. walls and roof are one and the an ideal medium for practical centrating on the production of
same, which greatly simplifies economical realization of the "engineering" lumber.
construction high strength and natural beauty Standard items of framingare t.
Tampa Wholesale Plumbing The basic supports of the A- of Southern Pine lumber properly seasoned and "pre. ANDHOME J0WNEK
Frame are wood beams which As the Southern Pine Association shrunk" for extra strength and
rise diagonally from both sidesof explains, it is also an outstanding stability Of equal value Is all-
i & SupplyOF the building to converge at wood example of new trendsIn purpose grading which assure The Specialized l Job o/ Saving and Loan Auocfaraueasil
the roof apex. In the case of construction with emphasis the strength qualities that engineered
a two or three story building on multipurpose design may require
WINTER HAVEN and Job-site P.rt'l
or a large enclosure such asa economy
church glued laminated wood Some modern homes utilize
Headquarters for beams may be used. Otherwise a simplified floor system, in
the beams are of solid lum which a wood deck does double
All Types Pipes Valves FittingsCrane ber. duty. The decking Is applied
as a covering for
(Industrial Distributor spaced wood beams

ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF PUMPS PLUMBING, Fifteen DAYTONA years BEACH ago 25 per FLA.cent- vides foundations a resilient As such it WidelY.

MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES of the motels In the U. S. were face well .
(Wholesale Only) Daily Deliveries closely allied to the filling station structure as and ss fulfills an elementof functions

4rh St. ft Ave. L, N.W. Winter Haven, FIca.I industry said Quality that would normally require
President John Lacock.
0. L.k* Sibs hhM L.ls area teal state separata sub-flooring and
Within five years this same
PHONE COLLECT 294-4247 ratio la again expected to flooring
I pre The thickness of a wood deck
vail. (2", 3" or 4" depending on
the span) is also a factor of
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The natural Insula-
brought, to bear in a manner Display
PorterCable63F' that makes the home more com
fortable and simplifies heating QUALITY
Heavy-Duty Saw Wood 'components" are use-
_ ful' mediums for reducing jobsite fee Ik* *.._, kltckM, cud S
SPECIE effort and costs. With these T see.
r MODEL USA engineered devices, much of the IractM 5.5 wslyleEINe:| :Osseous o qS I
work has been completed at w.*sly. RrygN
factories or retail lumber yards owN
FrteivC l'lle EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE before construction begins Pre 5o Od d4

Was $84.50
Over 24 million persons are 0(1)5
accommodated daily at the na 11 NWIsoe
ion'a motels, said Quality
8ig-powrr, high-speed s, -4 Wide,wraparound base Courts President John Lacock. Hence k
performance gives more sllblht1SfIcea ,

through V No Orat'lIf.l1l1J11'ofdresaecllumbef
at 45 Calibrated depth and

Perfect to handle balance... Precision InstantJradjU5tableeasr bevel ball settings.bearings.. rv.. Stop In

.Harder..far *peak) Helical performance Gear > .. throughout .
controls." ..
Heavy liteMtVfa
and longer ,I king-sin guard ,lever... fDDrf
gear lubricator. >> big plastic' knoba BJL

.BcfctMof..saw and dutch WIDI1qIice protects r.. akin casting We'd Like To Prove Ito!

EVERYTHING to Build Anything! All the New and

Limited offer. act now! Better Mat.rlels What You Want Where
i and When You Want HI Equipped to Render a
Complete Building Supply Service to Both Contract .

SINCt HIyYINTI* flAVW* pt Mt H* LAKGHf Builder and Homeowner

nyw*.4 P_nq tM AN UMSAfumfim
Winter Haven Planing Mills .* Awntnf ft ...,..* Wintart t OMTS ,
Het4..,. e AH Elude Peon A Vanltke I
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Lumber Roofing Paints Windows Doors Hardware FREE COUNTY.WIDE DELIVERY 1 11tb

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(I) Announcements I (I-A) Instructions ( ) Help Wanted 1L 'JP ((8)) Automotive ((9-A) Furniture ((10)) Articles For Sl.

ARE YOU IN A RUTT houMkpr. to live In. PORT CAR IMS TRI Triumph. DINING TABLE and 4 chain with Just A
Cotton Blouses & Hardy. Haln. City H 11774. Wiu flnanc*. B.* it S800 215t pad and china cabinet. ,.:V887anr Sample of
THE NEW YEAR OUT : CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST St NW Airport Road) Jim I 00 p.m. or see at UM Ith
BI'I>IM&IIo 5-TI '.. BO. (-U
,t>y Make a resolution BOW to PEST CONTROI SERVICE. The Many Clean
SALB8MXN:' las? PONTIAC :Moor HT TrI_" ,

ShapelyIn WINTER HAVEN .:: h.lplul. .Nallnaal or- en;, AT.t.I'li. PB 157 PontIac : ((10)) Articles For Sale
k"lfn'i Nw Aubundal iiw\ CY .1711. 10.11

print prints COUNTER lIEN!' ..PEEDOMETE1Taelulm.tor.: pick. 110.00 ach. JohnwmAppllaiic Stock
JANUARY 13, MMSecretarial. your
Iran- SAVE Complete service and cable. .
n w
:: :: e.J"l MONEY SAVE TIME :. Lake Alfred. nt-llS
Ss n. Moat Indun- L jr Servle 1U SU St.. SW 5-TI ALL VALVE GUARANTEED
Aec un UIII. nit: uppllM. Writ Boa A-l37 J 'O. CT 4-U51 I.TI'

diet I to II offend punch ( :ahw:.*for). and an a:,I:: Nawc-Clilaf. 13-1 CALL ALL ADMIRAL PRODUCTS TELEVISIONS

tion. 194181 er com by GIRLS Apply' *hi fnri TODAY Appllanc, Nw Btuno Jk R'o>
S S Tta oG. WOl Uarndal, 'II JI'OJU ruriwt no AT. MR. end Playar TV Radio Eta. ZENITH PORTABLE TV: N.,
WINTER HAVEN U-l 199500. Small down Daymen SAW M to M*. $91 Up. Warranty Waa 515$. Ul
BUSINESS COLLEGE 1MOO a month: 'M Chtrof 1t4 WAREHOUSE rURNITURE Now .... ........- 'lot.55
: ton truck law 00. CY HIM. 1-1 -.MATHii.
SALES. U Ith St. NW. t-10
JtdtevxA 635 Avenue B. NW $30.00 to $40.00 ALUMINUM TELEVISION REPAIRS Tabl I Model .......
iM-Jan. CONVERTIBLE" t OVER stuffed llvlnaroom chain. CAPEHART 31" rioI..TV.;; ) awIR
IMS Sunbeam Alpine Only I Good ahan and ml o. luma. til SILVERTONB Console TV J3J.S
in your pare time months old. Small oath equIty, lib Bt. NW. 2M-2UI: 10-11
: COTTAGE SHOP FREE PLACEMENT now for capable ambi SCREEN ENCLOSURE! AWNINGS JORDAN'S TV SALES SERVICE!: toh C u lust-mettle.. Ott? liii 1-TI'St.5fltlu. WASUERStRrpo

women representing
SALES CO. WEITINQHOt'llll! Lattodromit
A.M. tU T P.M.iiq. Grsduatei of INC. CY W5M 481 CENTER 19ST CADILLAC ld> DVI1 oil lamna .
I a
PRODUCTS. kit St. BW. U-Jaa. 11 Phon M3-M01 Beautiful ...ftIC't-:;: *. Call CY WESTINGH' ;l.l.NMtUI.1Wuh.
A-l condltlnW
PADGETT FASTEST: TV SERVICE IN SOUTH 1-8 $\ no trad car. Can- be Men at 2- 4-4111. Aftr 1.00 p.m. CY 3-7211 5TIFRIOTDAIR3 ., .... ...... .. .. Uti",
P.O. Box 1395 or O R.: Filter-Flo .

682-4137 Lakeland '_ 131,11
ISOIBRI. AIR ChuTrolft Convert 10" letHe rannburnora 4
Claasei light .ro.n color, *>c'l-
StXltilTKTIUVISIOH ble Auto. trannmlMlon. RANGES
One BROKER AND 1214 FOR YOU CAR Bank fl.nanelnr brake. and atoerlnc radio. haatr lvn condition Priced right for :
CANDIDATES RAM AUTO SALES. Ul SERViCI (rood tl,... motor rxcullent Body cool,. Phone CT 4-1323. 11-14
0111' led Bt, BW. 194-W7S. W... I In ..d ehap 130000. Phone Cy HOTPOINT" Apt. Sic* _. ID
Beginning I P.M. Tuesday.Jan. O.y" Nit. tV $. ic. 1-3571. >1Jerry :- ID WIZARD GAS Runt ?
SALE: 1 M Holiday N Old. Power 30" FRloIDAIRE Rang filM
Cold Wss 14th At linen Hotel ( ) Loans $1,000 Up
nOft.Ut.Y.. c'U '" leather upholtrr. Exciill -
(Ucentrd & Guaranteed) r- REFRIGERATORS:
l lent condition. (60009. Almoat
O A.M: .. U.f new
Call 293-0801 t" ; Maria wringer wuh.r 175 00. 601 FRUUDAIRtI: 11 ft ...,
eu. F
$8.95 NEED CASH ? Alfred. -
A SERVICE for W. Cummlno. Lak 1114VINB Like New ...... '.... 11 mat
lat Mortgages2nd Hooyer, Etoctrolu* and alf olo* RIPE TOMATOES 11bu.hol n KFLVINATOR U eu ft. it.,. |4|At
Sr. 7-ic pickup delivery and *etl- M. H ROWELL FARM. PHII/XJ 10 cu. ft Ref. |to 95
Silos cu.
Agreements of sslt CLEANER SERVICE.: Phon. II-I. .
Ret. ... fit||
Country Club BfMty Salon CIVIL SERVICE fold or arranged ... CY 1-0383. 2-U riNB UPHOUrrERINa EX.
IllS Dundee Rd. CY S-1639 MORTGAGE CORP. Antique
and DAY NURSERY fabric election. WOLTS UHOL8TERY
Men-woman 18 over.
SHOP 114 ATMUMBE. A. Sale Tip-Top TV & AppliancesAve. :
cure obi. High pay. Central Ave. CY 3-S151 CY Una Day-MKhU:)

hour Advancement. HAPPY TIMB NURSERY De M-Jan U Sunday, Jan. 12, 1964 D & Sth St., NW. 293-3291

-NOTICE- by horn studs for local Owned 430 AT*U2T. C SECT : 11:00: a.m. to 6.00: pin 1-12
For Painting Papering
and federal exama. OUR MOTTO:

Goodyear Service information white: Lincoln 13(2) until 1 P M on Saturrtavi Tender Lon ft CareJ5.TI' Repairing Everyone Welcome ((10-A) Boats & Motors
Ad mils
Free ton
*5. Box A-1361 0/0 T 00 P.K. on Frldava. Leant
*, ear, ml ..tat*, ilg
Storo (. -
annum ot value JACK A, JILL NTTRSERT L I. MCCOY i Quality work Pickard's Efaxfa't Auction Gallene 14' PLYWOOD boat with trailer .
Month I Year manjhlp taut clean and ra..oabl '" 10 HP motor. 1180 CY M8M 1M1U
New Hours ((2)) Help Wanted Domestic LoanINCR Monday thru Saturday .. Phone CY MHO. 111 41Street. 4268 Hwy. 92 W. Lakeland, Fla.
Ul AT. C. .... Jan-Phyl Villa17T Special Phone 686-9033
to IM: 11M CY I-1U1 EVINRUDB. 1C ..I... boat and
| M
: .m. A a saint ji.w. cr W1I.al. .
1800 ...
.Gal".r t. L'r'k.n
SEDAN 1012
Every HARD WORKING POOLS at 101 Lake 5aiLtr. or nail

niOAY .. lM a.m. to AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE with matching interior, ra CY 1.7964, 515

7:00: p.m. SHOP FOREMANto I ) Situation Wanted REWEAVING dlo, heater, automatic BOATS. 1"110 up Canon, lall.boat .
CLEAR.: PURE Alma p BOB SAVAGE *. Trall.ra, WM. Elwtnaeutbnardi :
TU and automatic clwnlflal feed- transmission white wail 119.M outboard. W M.
take complete charge of *n Phone anytlra CYPRESS tires C08TELLOS. Har.n al.*. J8848S2.
ly equipped shop .. : bookkMPur wants Mr Pmf..ilon. II vein with own POOLS CY I-79M. 1T-T safety belts, one .1:1-:
n' books to koep at bom. hop In Dn *r. Cola Ruby May owner like new condition i Price Sale
I .1681 altar 1.00 1I.m. 7.11 U 4th flu. NX. Phone IM46M JlJRepairs
"Bib. like notimwnrk cm Mon HEARING AIDS LOOK $1,095 7 45 RPM

VAUGHN WRIGHT ,.. Wdn.adayi and frldayi Alterations Lone sleeve turtle neck T-

dmtert"Brurtit'p 62 6th St., NW CY S-7J63. loll( POLK HEART CENTER PinckneyOldsmobile shirts, H price. POPPAKRECORDS,

8 would lIke Cokr Bid*. 16 *rd BL. NW

to do In man horn. CY t-lM ALTERATIONS REPAIRS Phone_58T-US2 1 GROUP of BANLON & COT
Count Florida Room Aluminum Die TON Knit SLEEVE T-
.m. to .00
: benD I to SH. Tar aid bof count Sale Co. Jno. CY I.4. "TI' Used Car 'Lot SHIRTS Small & Large .. HPrice 11 SONGS
Mrs. CarRoll au.uo? L'L d'::; Lke I itir horn i toe workIng mothir 131 6th St, .*. IWan U

SUrtlnjbnmedlaUly aa&4. 4-rtn. U-M Comer of 3rd St. at the Top Artlrti Top Labels

4 *b.)40a. tsJ7 water tower .... 293-7847 1 table pullover\ & cardigan Regular 16.88 Value

4 Taci. E'". Unusual Opportunity I ( ) Lost & Found (5)) House Trailers SWEATERS .. S-M-L .. V*
I Trade 12 Price
((7)) To Buy or ONLY $L00.
CarUso Beauty School Mill 25 to 28. married
Auburodal ktyi In vlclnltr of Pout ON SOa 19112 WHITE. lun",1. Votkswsien.dii 1 GROUP OF SLACKS 28 ,WhIle Supply Last ,,
SouthUn clerical r a 15' Mobil: trallor and
S29 experience, good at .
Reward Return to N WB BUY md appllancci and fur 'tOO nninH. 1OWI uu Eoc.ilrntCottlition.
wy 1110' lot Wit.tluehia.. .a i>tlank to 32 WaIst % PRICE (Alteration .t
WO T-4581 Exlran 13IK 4th NE
urea calculator /. ( and .h.II. t.... Nun yard. nltur and w* pull uMd appllano- SU.
*. and furniture. Brook ApplianceA 4 00 P.m. I:00 p.m. 11-1 Extra)
helpful to do detail ( mal hound nlr nola-hborhnnd.' 2711 Ave. GOOD/YEJU.
and tan
?: Black 11-1 Furnltur 3951 Uavudal )
Wlnur Haven.
Good S-agl Lake .1. BI.dHI'
ALCOHOLITS AWONTHOtflSJCeollnita opportunity to grow rhaln
2K-U41 supervisory job. Write for ,. W. .. Danl.1 CY a-nt3.. r; X IT; Venti-d 1-Bodmnm tramtrailer. b.7rBtm--u a;; BOB SAVAGE
Tueday : See at Lake Havtn Trail-
County Health Dtpartmattrd pointment : Kitten part Prrnlan vi-! .r Court. liv.. 13 bf>l..**B Auburn tluh2 ii'l4ut MENS STORE 111 Ava. A, NW CY J.IUS
St and AT*. D. NW dais and Lake Alfred. 11-1
P.O. Boll 1011 Jim Biggcrs lib. Cooiwr CaU: CY EmatM.(41163.1 Thuridav: ((8)) Automotive I 0: zu W. Central CY 1-2950 Ml

CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOMltty House Trailers -SINCE1934 Extra nlca condition.
INC. ( -
) AT ITS BEST I See Mr. Smith Wia Yin Hottl. -U

P.O. Box 062 Winter lira In four step park CASH
Why not a Serving ear customers with expert '
J..Jy WINDSOR! Quality Mobil on a lovely lake? One that ha* auto pilot collision, trim TAKE! OVER PAYMENTS <
t 10' a 66 Hi" batha. carpeted city tvn* ewert. fin drlnklnc matsr. Including
---- CORRESPONDENT to up on bountiful direct power company m tn Ian.. frame and front end FOR YOURGood room. ot lIne furnltur
.1--..... Dim It Bra Wining Har'n arta on a part to live In Sandy Boarh with all the fun tvp nrraatlnnacllltlM than 90 day |7 M per" wMk.8AVB .
Walsh ... baila Applicant Bhnuld h... ., Court Hwv. M, mroM Thta tWnn and tnnr used furniture and appliances {400. WAREHOUSE FURM-

Jcwclrv .....l> oral Inralltv.knowlrdn Apply. of br bualnma Irtlrr .In.I m Winter* Orren Haven Phone Auburn-Airport st-n unvtt,. PALM. Junt SHORbSlORILIS lfl! nmlnutm NEED? . TURK CO. U 6th St., NW. HO

brlrflr work *.rl.n.o and I WO 7-n2l for appointment' or from Wlntor Haven northof .
tlonal background. to R W. And... 7.00 p'm. call Winter Haven the vlllat or Lakt' Alfred sear CaU Collect 683 3377 Lakeland WEEDLESS: top ".nil. $1000 'nat
17..T... 11 P.O. Box 971. Tampa 1. Fla. -ll Route 11 011 lOosely: Road. .s. Boar or ..nnaenStn1lhteaedr -- -- -- ..1. muck. I vardi. HIS.00. True pull
--- -- -- In*, .rlne. iradmi. CY
: 'iiI
Jack Prater's
HAVEN For Chckndoncmtnt
. . . S Faint Job or Touch-Up? Ifflatur 10" O E. electric itnr la food
SALON .:. . . . CHAMPION Nouns Trailer, l-bad- other purpoae aim dating condition. Limo tlphon tiblo.
mom 10' i 43. Eicllnt: condition I Windshield er Door Special tamp seals pocket. CY 1-035: H'
Call CY 4-1331. 9 Classes? tampi. STAR PRFSS Phone CY

Haven : PREMIER MOTORS INC. :f FOR BALD W furalahed' SpaRse 1162 PONTIAC STARCHIEF I 3229.. 111 A... A. NW. TI
: Trailer and Cabana ReaaonahkS S Seat Covers or Trim Work?
Dr. HT. tan fc white with
Hotel lemon William. Lake Door S Wheels Aligned? GET Jlmt..lnn.1 carpet eloteinroauite r
Trailer Park. .-U vinyl interior, radio, heater r.nt Electric Carpet PRINTING LEXICON
Sport Top? Shumptuner 11 00 .r d.v with lIur-
OPENING SPECIAL; : CHECKERBOARD V MOBILE HOMES power steering power rOse. of Blue Liutr John Boland 5..
NEW: & USED TRAILERS . Floor Mils? brakei, automatic tinted H.rd..re. *-u

Tra" for anvthlnit of RENT value.TRAI1.ER Trunk Mats glass, whit wall tires, low I NO. 4: TO COMPOSI

PERMANENT$5.95 WAVE :: SPECIALS!!! :: I' CYPRESS PARK A TRAILER V.lr; > NII SALES MOBILE. Come By For Free Estimate! mileaga. Floor ROLLAWAY- Hlihrhair Polio.BEDS n-. U.Chain- Baby DO 8ai.Bad IT- e Th. act .f *''.Ift lI11n, fy** .

STATE JU). MO Phone 233.49403 'LOOK $2,295 RENTALS 1601 AT*. O. NW. 15-TF .t. which hi bn tt ky *t hr

Ii!| hind1r michln Inl. the
CT 3-J1S1 Haven Fender SEWING MACHl1'IE. lie Zee Modii. I! form which will artdu/ .. the
% 1959 MERCURY Monterey. btttoohoiea. ..
& Storage PinckneyOldsmobile m0001ram m.k.
((5-A) Moving d.olol'll' A..uma I pIImnlo 01
: "For Styles" That Stay" 4-DR. HARDTOP $ <| B & Body Works 11.43. Nn credit n.ad. Writu
AQC Budget ,
Mnagnn Box "
.a- II. Oriqinil. Must I" .nd driw. I | IMPERIAL MOVTW1 A BTORAOB. New.-Chtef. 1371..1'1BINGER
Prompt and fflclnt **rrlc* for Ml Slith Street, SW Used Car Lot .

N 1962 FALCON 2Dr. Deluxe an your moving n..da. Call Phone CY J-211S ING MACHINE Sr.ANT-O-MATIC In lit,
CY 8-41M lor .r atlmala Corner of 3rd St., SW at the mndaL
FOR: IneMrrlnc 3711X2 Balanca 11600 PavmenH. I.
Alum Tea UM
a Standard tr.ntm! ion. $1 AOCB Ainnt all for K> .". 14-TF water tower . .r$Onn 4 00 mnnthl pot)'. Phon 384-1361 aij aft-

L WHITER BRIGHTER U Extra nic*. I |UYO "B 293784712-

((6)) Special
Business I'reeuera. TV Set Stereos
((9)) Opportunity
SILVER mm Tuton. blue and whit.. Low $ CQC CUSTOM MADE! DRAPES AND tinned. Air. .Conditioner Rocondl- V.V I
SOFT LUSTROUS HAIR fully guaranteedrTmt,
S. milug.. A rill blluty. . . v7iV ALTERATIONS: Blind atllched Jll From 18:! St Up. JOHNSON
4. CLEANER. SMOOTHER am modern aqulpmaat. 1010 HM-kory MOTEL 11 unit*. a yr old. APPI.IANCF.8 Lake Alfred lliave.eeesw 1t4.Un"
NW. CT 1-7U4. Mr*. Edna13Jn. 170000 115.000 4 ... Btiat Lotion ;
SKIN mu 1957 FORD Falrlane "500" 'aU khOl.or.- II In Winter Ha.... CY 1-637 i-Tr. 171-1131: lOuisa I71-1SM ii-TF ..............

4.DR'-on. own.r. Runs $595 u TO BUILD A PLANTER BAR. I h....,. 110 rand $10 Space

pa p.rf.ct. A rill buy It . . . Ww RECITE OR PATIOI . 10.11 Call FOR LEASE Am.rlc.n Oil ,I. GOOD USED .cOndiiionen$7tiu.1 drum.Cy375019.14LOCAL rnnm '"
CY S-MM. DODGE LANCER "T70" .Ir* Station how open dnlngood
4 DR. std. Tram Radio ualnrn For lull dotall contact NAME BRAND Artlrt ha'i b.autlful orlfln-
III 1-4116 Lallalanll.na.
Ir William MU ci
Sedan nit'
1962 COMET 4Dr. w. tubiflefflee
SERVICE; Inrom Ta Phon &" Heater. ..21 ... o 1 thu Winter Ht-
a JIU A F "h School: the 1" BaplUt
CY 4-lHO. ?*
SeruksPhone 6 cyI Whit.. On. NWipb. IWlnt. REFRIGERATORS hooch, the St. PaiU EpiscopalPw.bvturian:
Soft Water .
mi DODGE urrh
$1 POLARA 4 and
495 DR. WASHERSPlua Ihe first
W. own.r. Low milug. . .. I W. ., HTn floor fluarxnlMdL. Surfacing Co.SatUfaetlra Sd.. PS.1 PB.. RiH.' TOO Mont MANY sell COFFFE fRONS: IN WAf THE ION.FIll See F. ;h.Vwonakie. P ;.
Bill Rr. 3510 Havendal Blvd. S-15
factory air condo
2932580it Electric
A. JlOUTI used
: a. 1959 CHEVROLET 4Dr. Sedan w. til & Flrit Be those CT 4JSMLIOHT "I'l on. owner. A mechanic to ALL CAN BE PURCHASED Mdse. I ION E beth< T.R2U7 tub' **"frrruwrator a e a a m elf loir U'''d,
WANTED Clone :
work commleelon haul No MONTHLY PAYMENTS but tood: Bee *t Citru frlntlni
w. Exuption.fly 1562 CHEVROLET on I 1i'.nd.l.
ia-rlND Briny REPAIRS: All Biscayne Blvd M3-8100. 1H4
< heavv duty work Write Box A-1S71
Just A Few Of plc.. .. . . . . . . 845.a "Ind.. CI' 1-3. 10.1. 4 Dr. Std. Trim, w. Nev.e-rhlef. name. add.... telephone Goodyear offers mora b 64"
number. *,* .nc. Good ore ROCKERS Floor
Premises book w>ln to do m'nl:1' :: : Radio fc Heater ponunlir for th. right m.". 10-13( TOPI"* HIM. SAVE: M*.
Our On 1957 DESOTO 2-Dr. HT 'a 'horn unveil. books or GOODJiEAIISER'ICE allot Down 1100 rr w...k.
'a tatrmrnti. R aio abl. Call TVMl&t 1MO VALIANT "200" 4 Dr.Sedan WAREHOUSB: FURNITURE

Services Runl M95 W after 8 00 p.m. 11-17 Auto. Tram., RiH. DRIYE-W** required restaurant Oood for location r.ntRrferenr CO. U Ith BL. NW. a.W

Retnank4K3. :. perf.ct. . . . . . . w. MILDEW moan. ralntlnt ON HOOP It Don't only .At.look One owner. Extra Clean. 240$ AT*. G. NW. CY 4-2C21.: 10-11 STORE NOW SEE FAMOUS OLSON RUGS
Stone Setting K'ngi! IN
worn Remove nilldrw 'I rot. Avivada CT 2.Zm VS7l"yur 0f2innIna1l
1. rebuilt solid gold 1962 DODGE DART DR. Cash 57
Prongs 11M 00. nu.:1J: JSTUUn.CY :
1958 CHEVROLET Pick-Up 'aa Soon 7-12 fur all Polk Coimtvi *S 5i.sutitoicolors
and diamond watch bands repaired 3-41443. 12lI(6A Sedan One owner .. Opening and pattern to aelect from.

Rings and diamond Low Jliletge. .
DELUXE-Wrap around $ w. Commercial Center. Cypreaa Cr- NEW FLOOR SAMPLES So-
pendanta bwlt to order rear window. . . . ... aj ( ) Animals & Supplies. den Road. Urroa. from for orflcee.new faa Chair M to eb......
hopplnt renter Iparee from. SAVE 50%. tf.,1 ,t 00 (H-A I For
AIl work rhodium finished for a" Floyd commercial *to. avallabl lor leaa >own 11W |>., ....k. WARm ntlJpf.;

the ultimate l in beauty ITIR BALE Rrctattrad Bnitrpurpi'i. CONTACT 'IOU R FURNITURE: CO. U 4th
PREMIER MOTORS Inc. J Can tw .me at Dotr Motors 8L. NW. .-.10LIGHT 2 '
:. : Farm A Garden Supply. Phon BR. HOUSE nut orth Cat
CITY JEWELERS I 19.ti30. TF' Tear "Dodje Dealer oak Sllverton 3 ipeak- Shopping Center $65 per mOo
221 ILk St. Hi.Fl with
SW CY U1H er Grinco AM-FM
41 JH 8L. N.W. a 324 3rd Street S.W. i I Poodle MONTH, main.old ISO Mark: 00. LOin Miniature I onp B-12 ATHERTON tuner. Call HA 2-3230. IJ.TF 2 BR. House la SW just elf E.

22 tfJT .m. CY S-MID. "IT Lake Howard 4 t $50 per mOo

YOCTRB DESPERATE -.a 3-7783 CY 3-7316 CY 3'9064W.1 I I LEO Rl"tid whit pondlM. I KT MERCURY: Station Waiton.kqwllr REALTY DAILY tkom :aTlADQ! DOROTHY BILCOXOV
'ka ul 1 Robert Harvey llSfNrkoma
w* < ;
of IJiOM and aniun I Co. 54356D434'
TOMAREASALETRY : : Ar-... Ik: Alfrod. 114POODLES. Mvm.nt.Nail. of :-'IFlr '.u'ri.n C1141&At BFJirLTs REAL ESTATE
p R be-
CLASSIFIED ..v.v.v.vv.v.v.vv.Ji : AKC r.dit.r.4 mlnlalurt twit 1000am. sub p... :M.1 TaT TUB LOW CXMTSZKTICX 418 Ills St., NW 293.0044
t Wmk old puppy W, CuaualM: Lake Altrtd.U Grace A 14e156 AIIIItea
TEST MVIB: TAIL -I raar old mala. $3439?. a'i1.1'' DISJtCTOXX UuI



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Surrey, :January 12, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY :HwmaHAM, FLORIDA Page Nineteen

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. (I II-A) For Rent, Unf. ((12)) For Rent, Furn. ((12-C) Mortgage Loans ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale CLASSIFIED DISPLAY


Tw. Mr. with huge (laiMdfmrtk 1ST FLOOR apartment. Clean DUPtFX APARTMENTS I-B&.DROOK.: 1 bath with aepar.ati -_
Oak noon, furnace heat quiet walking dlltA..... to town Fu;nlihcd 'r uolurni.hrti. 'w. t.nliuj mom. Air condItioned _
laka Reaeonanl Adulta MlAvanu Bhn>p Height area ihne CY Hi Inn and dlnlnc rooma carpetedkllina .
ZZM mil 8U, >,W. Ill.00 perM B. NW. I2-TF 29 Yean !:220o: 27Jan.17POR pltancaa.. Included Larta
wtk.Tw lot boa Mrel fencing huffla boardcoune
BEDROOM. private bath outalde Loans SALE d..m. 2bathhi .hallow well\ and pump.For .
Mr 121 Edge Ave. $S5.00 entr.ne.112 ilk 81. NW Lire.unfurnt.hrd Mortgage me. Will take rash furnIture or semis to >ilt you, call owner
houM. lungS apArt- car aa dotS payment Paymenta CY -. or CY M3M. 4-TF
per Booth. menu tlolee CY I-6H30 I-TF . makes monthly (8400 a mmth CY I-40IS. 1-12

VAX DITVNE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT DUPLEX APART payments .easier . LOVELY J-bedroom dlnln room.furnlehed BY OWNER
,. MbNTS" Furnlened or Ijnturnirked. fenced In MEDALLION S-BKDROOM. fr
71-1'1' we represent National Insurance CB all lW.dH.ln.
Phone CY I-720S.:
EVS. well lanilM-aped Write Boa .nl T _
Companies, Siv- .. Fla. I1SEIFCTRIC Cell heat air conditioned PBhnne
.ITS,". Central 253 4114T 1BFDROOM' f>fflrl, ?ncv. ..IertrlrIIltrh.n. legs Ai Loan Funds; also City In Lake Alfred choice .loretun .
condition ana
Gxr*>U* .t
Very down and 110700
10ROOM location In Eagle Lak.. 283-IR05 10-11 FHA approved mortga coiy, furnlehed HEATED xtl.o.orv: irorW m.nlh to oualifled buiar IncludeatH per

houa. and bath aersstram gee, providing money buy for .,... CloM-ln. 111 Avenue .e. and Iniuranrn. Call rR.
-15 l-IOM Kant furnmingt
or coma by
Cherry Pocket Ftih ('amp FOR RENT two apartmenla rl.In .- aourcei for lowest closing C. NE: St. 10-11
Canal to dock boat to Lake PierreMl On. furnlehed one unfurnlnhed
.00 month Call CY 1-8.31. 10-11 800. 00 per month each Call W P COlt, more favorable '
Tonally offlca CY MM*. realdenceCY ratea, or longest LAKEFRONT PRICE

TIT Avenue J. NW I bedroom u..- 2-aiM 10-TF terms . each loan A horn of ..""t,,,. and dignity. Ftcellrnt -
furnLhed home. Built-In oven 4 104' on Lake Alfred Furnished condition One owner prop-
ran*.. 17500. Bea.lev Really ('0 Fl'RNISHrD Renlala Reaenna tailored to your your bedroom, 2.bath, Fla room, arty Upi 134 4th 8lr.et. NW. CY t-rt7 l-Tr A v'.r mund. ATIOERTONRFALY needs . . . offer wanted Will tabs
643 W. Cestril Ave CV large living room birch cabin mall bourn ** ri..wn payment. I I OR 3 BEDROOMS: I TILED IUTHS _
,I BEDROOM HOt'!!B Cloae-ln 4-3)84. 2t-Tr . perhaps you deaire eti built.in oven Extra Horace ( ertBd apanmenta rear of lot COMPLETELY
Winter huilder to refinance . Out U atata owner Ill Ave n
IM\ month Dan I kedrooma. S utility room. terraxto _
CY 2407 Ava C SW. room, NE. -TF
CY H43J Jerry Mardlii courteous attention to RANGE. REFRIGERATOR. DRAPES
4-1211 TTF balha. Florida room ItM TOWN floors, ceiling heat seawall
a COUNTRY REAl. ESTATE. CY your request sprinkler Iystem.I I-IIItDROOM. tIle bath dlnlninoons. 200' DEEP WELL, AIR CONDITIONED PRIVATE BOAT DOCK
S-114I. 12-14 service on ('0""' ''' I pore-hes, near
t-KFDROOIC!: ...Iy redecorated prompt your .ho"nll, ".n...' N. city t..... REDUCED U.000.00.
Kitchen furnlehed JanJ-hyl $85montk COMFORTABLE I-b.droo" intiastson loan I Boat It Motor Dock S69tIO.OU. CY 8-12:11.: 10..13
a CY 1-7381 2tTJ''II I.k. Adulte only. CY 11283 Shown By Appointment
12-17: TOWN & COL'NTRYMORTGAGE 550 Fenn Ave. Like Alfred

Carroll Ave SW I refrlKeratnr bedroom EFFICIENCY apartment completely CORP. Owner Occupied PERFECTFOR Atherton Realty 543 W. Central Ave. CY 4.3284
.uafurnlehed, .tov. and I
furnished. 150.00 Incl'idea all
176.00 monhlv( AthertonRealtv utllltlei: veto rloae-ln: Flehlna- and founded In 1960- VOIR RETIREMENT
: -. Ml W. Central AveCY boallni at back door, CY t-2H 277 Magnolia/ CY31141 I 10-12

,284. __ MJ 1).J4 : Just enough grass for a nice .I.&
8bodronmd.r tops setting, enough perennial garden -
I BR I bath homa with 0 E. COMPLETELY furnlehed apart.ment EXCHANGE

braaMtait realdential built-In rani.bar. Larce* tOSS lot. dielanca.A. pond alto I ROOM. 121 houea Rates. rarare Av..SE f 100!:. 00 1),14 a ((13)) Real Estate For Sale heat without h me 14, furnltire blork.baeement from. At toon oarage 21 N.With. ItOh-iiaa or for ahade for fun and enough/ trees ((13)) Real Estate For SaleTRANSFERRED ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

Llemetitarv area Walking School month (25 Ave J."OW Near land Bt indlaiwnola. Ind. ValiieI7MIOOU
to 1110 Blbert Pitons McElroy Builder. ehopplnc CY urn Apply Orhtt halanc I4T1000 at POlIO This lovely home feat a very .
L *
24-42(4 >1.TF Motel KIT LOVEIY LARGE 1 Bedroom Span per month, RL Incltidea a Box loT eRuPt fc,and Winter In attractive living room. There bedroom. 1 bnlh- MUST 1(150 Kt feet Can You Beat This

FURNIHHFD or CNFURNISHFDFrriCIFNCIES Uh Type homa Cy -.. Ga?- Haven otis-nc. 10-H a sunny dining area, compact Ai.pralned, 117.&.>. Mike an off.rHS .
dens Area Florida Central BB. OWNEI0:
and Hi BEDROOMS Room. Tremonl Dr.
FOR MINT WITH OPTION TO. Nlca .lane airy momaConveniently Heat 111.500. CY 1-0011. 12-T pretty kitchen full tile bath 293-711C. 118 New Take
BOY l-Bedroom 1-bath boon.wIth CB DUPLEX. '10.7110.bodroom. .
C-.E. built-In.. IHO.00 per located In Old Poata each .ld*. Both rented :941 AveL. with counter lavatory, 2 bedrooms
month with 50* applied aia nrt BuIlding Call CY t-M5 or CY NE To see phona 29:1-6491.: 7-1a and loadi of closet OPEN HOUSE No Qualifying It
down payment. McELROY BlILD- S-4K7 I-TF 1(4" ACRES 44 mIles muSh 01 -
ERg 3M-43B4 1-TFWIFURNISHED town near Seaboard RR. Cm cLASsIFIEDOISPI.AY apace ALL WEEK ;
In*. I Deep well.. on. 4-room :2 BR. home. Lg living room, From
homeNear PRIVATE I turnlehed Located "No through Trlf.flc" -
t bedroom room apartment on a Come by at convenienceand
house In mod condition. 't mIle your built in llotpoint kitchen Ig
achool 1100. BtASI!;Y Adult. onlv (U Of 1 week ,
REAI.TV CO 134 (th Street.I.TI'NW. 130 Ava H. BE CY 34345 10-11 Call off hard D. A.road.CraIg Good 293-4781 land 14500: alBY on 'The Sweet Joysof houses Street of worship close and to atorei beach, look at this new 2-bedroom utility, Trrrazzo floors and Me

CY. .7157. home located in very quiet ceiling heat City living at
NEAT I bedroom CB unfurnished MODERN cement Mock home. OWNER LESNICK PARK ei Immaculate condition Completely neighborhood at 535 S. Nekomain country pricciONLY .
fenced yard. CY 1-6887. 1481 JWih 1600 SQ. FT Split level 4 furnished All this for
horn. ElectHc rings and tefril- This Life" Lake Alfred. Call . . .
rator 1100 Bea.lev RuttY ("0. Bt, NW. t-12 bedroom I bath.. Ird bath and Helen
just 13125. DOWN Whltley
134 4lh St., NW. CY 1-2757 12-TF offlca roughed In. Antlqin brick WILLIAM A. ROW&E Builder
:. 1207: Bth Street NE I bedroom
and red wood iidinn Dlnnj be enhancedby
FOR RENT: l-bedroom home near Reaco furnlehed. homa 17800. Beaelev foyer, I.... kitchen paneled Pta,. beautiful can All brick M. H. Jordan Realty FR 21492 SEE Allen Dowd at Tract Office This |I. an exceptional ratuel
m tlh
8 n.n.n d Khool. IWI00 per NW. room 1J6I5OO. Approxlmatalr (901)0 a 10- Ave. A and 26th St SW Close to Southeast
CY .2757. ,
3-TI' Plaza 3bfdroom.
month 1214 Av. F, NW. CY .1815 1:1-17 Down CY 1-6&... J.II home 'In delightful REAL ESTATE COINSELORS
attar I.00 p.m. : I .
2 bathe
LARGE lakefront take Buckey CLEAN.. neat. Adulte furnlehM. Seannnal 1m.p.rtm.nt. orpormunent. WITH WITHOUT BEAUTY LEISURE SHORES 714.U. lib St., NW 2>4.2787 IDYLRIDGE VIEW JOHN G. WOOD room, lots of closets Carpeting .

1 atory 4-bednnm home anBroilmatelv Quiet neighborhood. SHOP 12- central air conditioning,
... f65 00 a LEISURE SHORES ti a OPEN HOUSE & ASSOC. Inc.
4 .r"
CY a-7008. 2453 Beautiful ,
REALTORCT Ava C. SW. 10TFTWO t BR home, hirdwood oven it range/ dishwasher, dis
montll GENII PRIEST ceramic B, L kItchen, completely developed $9,950Out
Matt.: 1).1. -h''I.. ,. carport.. Land Developers Builders poC.U\ me now to show
4 TfntEB-Bedronm! and I acaped community with I city 203 2517 Phone 203-(303 this home,
NW. I "bedroomi appliance. room apartment rumlh'd and
Ml *.va H water city sewer, tide- Havtndale Blvd. Turn
.. air conditioning $100 ualum.h.d. Fhon CY a-ft142. BY OWNEB Ill.*MIII Air Conditioned .
'I'OWN. COUNTRY REAL 3J-Jan. 22Boo. walks, curbed ttreeti, right 21st St or Airport 1214 Eves. A Sundays CY 3 5905

X8TATK: CT M141 1M4IM Ho"on Auburndala WO 7-11818 itreat lights. Complete to lit paved road on left, or

.. Trailer on LAKEJTiONT Vbedrooma 10011; Chain of Home-$400 Down call ... I
bouaaAppliance. lendicaping
AN. A. SW. .J bedroom 146 00 month 82M: Co- RETIREMENT BPECIAL CY 35711 Early American >6nl 1'1111'l'U' : 1I
|M TOWN tart.
REAU ESTATE CY nine Drive. CY S-4442 CY Mini CB 3-bedroom, 1'bath homallvlni Len. Lakes ecceti ( Lake Total price of this three 22.Jan.22

IMUL jrotWTRY 11-14 I'II o. cablneta room..I 12 i *24 14.daeeed kitchen,bark'rch I loll Hartridge)I. No city bedroom nicely I located This Is an exceptionally nice 1(eat t4t'tfe

(. A.... D, BB I bedroom. ITS CENTRALLY located room ..nd.pa..m.nl. tv' 13 ji :30 Florida room utlll. tun, school bus lerv- home is 12500. Down pay. OWNER HURT BELL Early American S.BR, bath PLT43l3.fld'O0pY1e'1WABREN [
I T0WM COUNTRY RFALBRAT Kitchen prIYII."... with room home drapee You and bed other better extra.no look Ice directly Into sub rnent Is only $400 and the ft-Bedroom cuilnrn built home. l1/ home with maid quarters, a
TV and phone CY 4273113:
*. CT 1-1141 M-14 bath Florida .'e. 11'.1\110. ELCKEL Realtor
at thin one for It (cm GENE; division. owner will pay all closing mom ,
COOPER. BRKER- Lake Small down payment FliA rnort- large paneled living room, a
Os Pierce. Neat.pump. aia
I flLYA."II I-beds-nm LEONA8 s-odors REAL bnm.. telrol.lon. tiuhit, pInt- Altrad. Fa 1-14 3-Bedroom 2-Both costs. There la I full tile fate. 1003 Ave O. Mi: WW16: large I'la. room and patio It is -12-
1(t bath.
P. boot bath Inside and a half bathIn 15-Jan U
Rent for
CsU C5
.'_'?_,_. CY Mill CY 1-3468 5.; 1-2211. season. .It BY OWNER Northern roupla equipped with wall to wall car
.at*. C. IB. 11-14: moot .el| their rosy, furnished Family Room the utility room. Other prting, drapes, built.In oven
NICE rumMied apartment Utlll- l-bedroom tile: bath electric kit features Include a combination FOR BAIK 3-Bedmnm I'" hath Country
tIne furnlehed. Rear boapltal hen. lame acreened porch lama Price $14.600.$14,900 h .m.. lISA APPRAI8FO FOIl and range central heat It air
((12)) For Rent, FurruIN Phone CY --3&. 10-11 Int. Near rood rocery. JgwonnPhone air conditioning and Iliom Will sell. for 111.SOU. ('all3MO314 conditioning This I. a large B Lakefront
3>3-44(4-. t-l 4BUILDFRS Out Hevendale. to N.W. heat pump unit Urge 100'x : -11 home containing/ approximately
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TOURIST IAKFFRONT FUR !: TRADE I BRI .. 21 it St., turn North I 105 lot, and the owner YOUR INSPECTION! INVITED 1000 KI ft. of living area Itt CloseInNestled
lit bath In 8F eecllon will redecorate Inside and .
completely redecorated
TOWN LIVING NISHED APARTMENT UtIlItIes F H A. approved eomnleiely
mile Leisure Shores locaud in of
to city'imoat
Included Available J.nuarv ISthWMkly redecorated, 9 Bedroom. S-bedrnom blixk Florid one our
and spotless bedrooM rate. Re.eonable. 293-74-. home new a modern IM down Ml; office. out. room .3T 28ih/ Bt, NW. $104041.ChoIce ex<.lu7ve:! residential amongst 27 pines on
apadoui one
month Duties la Lake Alfred of tarma "po'nllo beautiful
10-11 lot 75x330 right on
and efficiency apart LOTS : : A> I low aa- IBS -IS Down" can MIKE NOLEN today CY "4110. 1-13: areas
M monlh, Tall Jerry Mirdli l CY Contact lakefront Modern 2 bedroom,
nenti completely furnished in 1 to I BEDROOM hou.ei it ai,artmenu. 4-1211 or Dan Winter. CY 1-1411 for an appointment to ace 1. GOLF VIEW CIRCLE 2 tile bath CB home with par
eluding farase Short walk to FurnIshed Unfurnlnhed. 7.TP' this home .
Looking ForComfort floors Includes built in
Yearly Beaaonal ATKINS REAl. Charles ChuppCY quet
everything1. Moderate yearly Priced below market value.
ESTATE. CY 4-1111 Itjan. It Building Has LEIS BROS. oven and range, garbage dlsposil .
and seasonal rites.JORDAN Seen by appointment only. Con
3-1388 ?? attractive kit. cabinets,

APARTMENTS A \ r L LAG JI: OF (OARDFN StartedWhere Realtors 44 ft. sliding glass doors onto

Hi-II 6th st., NW 294-2787 I.AR APARTMENTS PEOPI 1. FOR I 1 PARTICU-bedroom.. or Your Broker 1200 Sixth St., NW U H'i comfort and an attractive tactGENE PRIEST patio Sea wall utility mom,

19-TFON BOWEN MOTOR LODGE Hwy IT, ? (Opposite& North Gate) home for which 225: deep well and pump-car-

North 23-Jan: 11IBEDROOX .IZ.I 24-21.7Eve. you are looking search Realtor Porte For only $17900 Terms

CHAIN of LAKES. duplciea.Accommodate turnlehed no further. U desired Owner moving out
apartment On West Central! between
". < bath II Sun. 294-2852 372 3rd St. NW CY 3-1283
1 to 4 penonaSwimmlnr on Lake SIlver Drive. Immediate BY OWNER nr'k"' m 1 4 ,
flihlnc boatlmr Week occupancy CY MTZO or CY'' Lake Howard and Lake Deer home H b from !fakn. Cellheat ThIs home has two bedrooms of State Make an appointmentnow

I? and monthly ralei Reaaonabla. StIlE I-TF Where you can boat, fish and i .roof 1500! Indirect BTU air floreerent conditionernew Hunt. and a den which can 12. eBeasley<

Apply aierra Court Motel -t-TF CY akl, Only 4Vi minutei from Ins, on. bedroom with b ill!-In furniture be a third bedroom .
.,. lot
double -"rt. 100 x
12-A For Sale downtown Winter Haven Drive 10.12.13roRNISHF.D 2 baths enclosed .r- Realty Co.
do..ntnwn.1 ( ) or Rent lot VA 4 < Intereet rnoetgalo.PrIce g
out today and select the lot of 114000. Will mueller tradIn ; J-RFDROOM .th t yeasoI'l.
BOOMS and anartmenti -> age beautiful lawn 100' rxa..erated dewrlptlnn unnereaiuiry .34 tth st., N.W. CY 12757
Week or month. Vary nice Remefttbl your choice and we will start for Inner houee M Toter.luchen UNFURNISHED ...
.. CY 4-156S. 10-TF St. Lake Alfred FR 3-1VI7 aplrk" hnmaby 1130 with irrigation equip Com In and foryoiraeir CY 1-21178CLASSintP
dwrl.o: HUNK/ lie fur.oIlre
home romiant
FOR SALE/RENT I-bedroom your Immediately, Look 7-12 nwner, tall carpetln ment wall.to-wall carpet

:I BEDROOM turnli-hed houee a hardwood month. Call flnora.Ken Duke celled CY heat*-llll17Jan 191. for Allen Dowd our Area Manager appllanrea oct-venuS ct-h Ilk.e an.n.w.,., r.aannohle fIreplace range and drapes In. 3M lleimn Inrlulrd I Rrl, fir llasmn Ava OWNER Z). VI* 8-R.droom furnished IInm. Elnl.
Adult only Inquire at Lake IdaGrocery .17 He will ahow you several FORA pt-Iced. lr 7th' St., NE. 711 eluded Total t price> for lib SL, UK CT' 4-J447 713 $4Sm. Phone CY 1-/16I. ..14I
or call 38M67T 1-1'1'
2 3 and bedroom
4 homes -
thla nicely located home II
BEDROOM with kitchenette and SALE! OR LEASH ready for occupancy. CUSTOM BUILT The Man $14,900. Drive by 2304 Avenue DISPLAYBEFORE
balk furnlehed Help
All ulllltlei at 75 LAKE.FRONT
tUOe par ...k. Call CY S-WU: LAKES CB )'bodMl m.. llvlnaInlnic "C", SW, then call for I
10-11 Florida room tile bathlichen an appointment to tee this YOU BUY SEE THIS
etove refrlirerator diedaeher Who Owns Two
** ONE Newly Decorated (urnlihedapaitmeBta. .. ... he.t paved drive Im & Assoc. I Inc. Make Your Needs Known offering today.LEIS .
211 Avenue B. BE 'mediate ........Ion. Box 1272 *t. ,
,CT a-iooa. 17-TF Newa-Chlef 12-11: Zl3-ZU7 113 ..3&1IIZ CALL ED HALL, Houses BROS. .01 lAtl IT OVYNII MOST AHIACTIVI HOMI

1815 5th St. SEe Near new
120000 DOWN 31744 shopping center. not Sixth SI, NW I L.ra. IS..L0-00.Faen'Ily R i ft. utility H,QC
; _
beeutlful ..
kitchen KH .r .In.t. 1 t led betn
.MO CO MONTH .29.ON (Oppoilte North Gate) II'. White terra,'o floar. ..hotels .Mine hen_
Two .-....d mom ""m.. lor e.leOn Beautiful BR 2 bath home C.namls Ode wled.w sills .nd .... Iourd. Wells
.. at 1230 elk St.. NE, Winter CHAIN Or LAKES New 4 central heat and air condition, 2 4.31(7 C urr.d.n I It.lllp' p1 atIr.18 w.tls .nu".d .t
Haven and one at 114 Kill It W. .wnl' .., _
look Hum 'aC/o-jt-
bedroom, I bath horn 40'ecrepsnd c.rpart am.nl Coins
f Wahneta. FIRST MORTfJArE or pnrrh double carport 9 large closets, large screenedpatio Eve. It fcun. 214 2K>2RIr.TIRII look down elum. ....aln-' ear pert'-' amen delve
WINTER HAVFN. Ill W. Central? Iso-b. WtM aide fjike Inlne }fonv- double carport, Intercom ta pan.* .,. till reef living ares eve, laoo f'.
2I3-6151-218-. 2 -TF or Road CY t-47 /l CY XttU T.TF A Hi.Ft system throughout site water *tn. main under eraund e.rm lei*
y.tent, pep up. aedrale birds cloy ana w.tee
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY complete electric kitchen <.... LOW Lief HAL TSAMt price |1MVI >-
Inc. refrigerator Situated on Clean 'IN Neat aa, .I'lertrU oiv ClnM horns-I InHalfnub. ,. ml. ,. C",... Oardena I ml'. ,. W.H. .It, llm t..

.: large well landscaped lot with BY OWNER.: Ill Avenue I


Price 21,800 $141 Month Modern I bedroom homaa

Good Term (VI> Down |M par month .

H4llW ikflL 2:00 to 5:00 P.M. CY a-ooie. 4-TF _ _ _ .12.
M. H. Jordan Realty DISPLAY -

830 N. Lake Howard Terrace, N.W. REAL ESTATE COUNSELORS

714-If lila St. NW 2(4-277


\ 2 Tile! Bath 2-Car Car port aRa. A Truly Exquisite

U takes a!! I_ Room All Electric Kitchen Close-In HomeTwo

I_ Large Utility Room Screened Porch bdn. run.ptrlor with
shower bath, glassed porch, full

dining ipace. closed garage
!Y". C townd real eetat* Invwtt ment requireacM System Corner lot. Just placed on the

.. ep.cI.lIx.d .. of oO G* fhr,, market at $13000
t I, Drapes Carpet, Central Heat & Air
jaa taobar, MM lawyer, and the lendec.f .


teattejtg and agolfaiwig for a riot attatt property WANTING IN ANY KESPECT

[ es e. Ron0or'a .sp.ronec.; end tidgevtse*. "I- Exclusive Neighborhood Walking Distance to

ItewJar'a lirtcmciol copobilir/ mole the front'ecaVai North Gate Center with acant evidence of having/
flaa Shopping
ben lived la this 2 bdr, 201 CITRUS DRIVE S.E.
the of the Ml
poiiMe. Determining safety attached garage oak floored

'-S. the IflMryaf'a .p.ciolzsd luKtwUdgt Excellent Buy Be Sure To See Thh masonry house, located on I BEDROOMS I BATHS LARGE SPACIOUS

about the highest of local land, LIVING ROOM FAMILY ROOM ATTRACTIVE
r.i Sew a kwy.rfoe'kgolodyIc.ondvIc.s I la real
a buy at $12,300
ajr in oil Real Estate Transactions BEASLEY REALTY CO. CORNER LOT 15 illS ATTRACTm PRICE

tS-t Lawyers' Title Guaranty Fund
Real Estate & Ins. By Appointment

mauan eumonpson 4 934 Sixth St., N.W. CY 3-2757 Atherton 543 W.
I pawn.& B SOLE AGENTS Realty Central Ave. CY 4-3284

I- ITS W. Central 2JJ4114:

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Beautiful I Blue Chip Value< 411111IIIUIIILIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlltLbPlease 9-Room HomeIn CypresS Gardens LakefrontDrastically CHOICE Cypna. KKBtCKNTlAL Gardena! Road.LOT Over M

i Your D will Inane. Call 2M-MM.: a-TV
GroveNEW It's the home Top'Location Area
Do E Reduced !II! BEAUTIFUL houiln site m JHarm
Family = 4 mil..nor th of Polk Cityon
GOLD MEDALLION It's the area Charming home, 3 BR, 2U Rt. 33. Two 5" walla with eaaal
baths wall Down will buy this :3 bedroom I through' center Fr>r quick CUll
to wall $1000
HOMES You s with this lovely lakeview carpeting sale SJOO.00 IMF arre. ,. .
Immediately available three It's the price 5 hornet The open planned E In addition to I rooms In living room, dining room and closed garage fenced 1700 Arm, S miln OR north Interstate
I E living area plus a larges E there are 2 baths, dressing 2 bedrooms Celled furnished
bedroom or two bedroom mo electric back yard, partially 4 on Winter Haven
I screened recreation E room and 2 screened porches heat, air conditioned. Fla. at 11250(1, per acre, T'H'h't"
deli. See this lovely communl Need Yes, this truly fine home I. area room living & dining room, kitchen Weir Williams WO 7-8488. t-U
E will provide room for all E Also included in the l II screened, 2 CP .
ty. Just a halt mile east of Cypress | all of theae things and car workshop Total $16,650.
Gardens on State Road ( much, much more.A. i family activities. E $15,500 total price are & 2 utility rooms, circular equipped. price

range, refrigerator, drapes, driveway, deep veil at com- No qualifying. Assume Mtg. of Esculent BUT FOR MONET: I
MO. It has three bedroom 3 This newly decorated i blinds and some very nice plete irrigation system Rose $15,650. BUY NOW III IT'S building lot In 1..,. Lad _

JOHN G. WOOD Mr. McReynoldf . two bathe (one with : three bedroom home la = furniture. garden, 27 fruit trees Home VACANT. CY Corner. 001 s 12,000. CY H'-I"-laB

:3 Bedrooms, a 18' x 30' swimming dressing room) beau E situated on a well landscaped s located on 1H Iota Also available Beasley Realty Co.
pool large living = lot overlooking = This home in in good con
& ASSOC. Inc.DevelopersBuilders room tiful family room with fireplace is adjoining corner lot.
modern kitchen : Lake Jessie. dition and located on a 134 6th St., NW
compact & dining expensively carpeted Es Due to owner'i health & retiring -
area? If you do we have ( living and dining E 100' x 225' lot overlookingLake to Church home, property CY 3-2757 or nibs CY J-2678 Acreage

2 3-mi Phone 2931331U11 this home In Lake Elbert room entry foyer E: Present owners must E Elbert. For additional Is being offered at a tremendous -
move to Clearwater and
Estates at 801 15th St, situated \ fully equipped kitchen E Information, call Zella sacrifice. Drive by 92 Hill- 10-13() Tracts!
are offering good fininea I
on a corner lot with circular . double Pearson
garage E big on this most desirable E crest Dr., SE, look, then lets
drive. Newly decorated; central heat and air con. make lye Acres for % O
A Real : property. Price: $18,500. = appointment to see In. BY OWNER mw 3-bedroom. 1-btth $ t
well landscaped lot. Priced at LEIS
litioning colonial de side
B doubt carport, work hop. jut
E For appointment to see, = 2 Acre .
$19,500. Drive by then call me sign. REALTORS !! NW. Small down payment CY Tracts for $3500. Easy
BargainIdeal for an appointment to view the please uUGERTRUDE sj EDNA WATSONREALTOR eBe..6 '. 1J-14 terms. $100 down, $25 per
Inside 3. This home Is located on E j BRYAN | 1200 Sixth St., NW' month. High & dry. Just 3 left

for retired couple. NIce Howard Terrace with an (Opposite North Gate) out of 10. Ideal for country liring. .
roomy 2 bedroom, tile bath, livIng Eve. & Sundays CY 33R05WARREN 1 exceptional lakeview of j Eves. & Sun CY 1-0550 | IS43197Eve. .ZS 6th St.. NW CY 4.4149 Have You Handled exclusively by

room, large kitchen, garage "both Lake Howard and ft Sun. WO 7-2711 B

Close-In. Only $10,500 unfurnished. Lake Mirror Truly an i TOWN COUNTRY MUST SELL BY OWNER ( Seen This? Beasley Realty Co.
Terms it desired. area to be desired by the i, .
ea. : most discriminating. Z71Lfagnolla IrC't 1 I room houM. 1U| bith. hardwood Just listed completely furnished 134 6th St., NW
g3s3'e rolli'@n floors, t Int. ifcflono for quick CY 3-2757
Co. or CY 32671
Beasley Realty t< C. The price of this home, S-1I4IliiJlSliiJU. UIiJU :. '; sale First claw shape 2 bedroom home on corner

|3t tth St., N.W. CY 3-2757 which has 2,000 square -.-.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir= IIIIllI11111111111111111iilllllllllllilliAnxious : 1158 35th St., NW lot in SE section Has living 4-:
or CY 34678Attractive SECKEL, Realtor feet of living! area, is : I Seller 1 room with fireplace Plus

12- $33,000. Already financed, 12&15 19- extra furnished rental for in LAKEFRONT LOT

Homes a down payment of only Needs | anxious for quick
: Lakefront Funon $5,000 is needed. A Home come. 110 Feet wide on Chain, White

We Have Others With sale Only $6,900 .. Good Sand Beach, 250 Feet Deep,
For Nothing Down a budget. By sharing a | This six months old home I Anxious Buyer | terms Just North of City Limits, Near

lakefront on the chain of lakes Is shown by appointment = EverythingFrom State Farm. REDUCED 20
I badnmin.. I bathe, family room.builtin Too E TIRED OF COMMUTING E %
oven and rant, eentraloil with the nicest neighbors you'll only. For additional Information Beasley Realty Co. below Appraised Value.
beat payment. anproxlmnt.lvIM find anywhere. This three bed- call E to Leesburg, this young E A to V
monthly. Lat u ihow you thentoday. room, two bath, Florida room 1-An especially nice t bedroom E family offers their :3 bedE .14 6th St., NW CY 3-2757 CALL OWNER CY 41791
borne SB!: location, double
is located Mike >/'olen E room, 2 bath home on a E This
on a beautifully
carport, patio with brick BBQ. outstanding year-old
$100.00 Down landscaped lot on 15th Court, lame screened family room, E fine corner lot in a quiet S home includes every con- (I3-A) Groves
NW Call LEIS BROS. built-in eluctrlo: rang A ov.n. 5 residential area atE E venience most often sought WATER FROM

Toil ran own rout home, pavmmtiof w A n".1II built bom. Price I $18,25000. Children can E by home buyera from its
(51 65 monthly are cheaper thany.rat JOHN G. WOOD REALTORS 111.500,00. walk to school stores are E SO ACRES 10 acr. Frove. d.," ('< fins 0 SW A up 4 aera.
mom are I bedroom.. Coin E Atmosphere of charm to well Irrigation type and equipmentfor 13,750, XI acre ran ,. -
Ja and let ua .how th.H to you. 1200 6th St., N.W.Oppo.lta S-R tlriii.nt or small f.mU"homo E nearby too. Many extra its picturesque lake View. 130000:, 1/3 Down, balance over eli 29% down :. .bwl Mr
& ASSOC. Inc. 1 bedrooms built-in.i, features you'll need to E v..... GENE.COOrFR. REO. month .
& range, utamle.i, ) dlih.waahtr
even .
( North Gate) Lake Allred
.lama utllllr. very attractlv. This offering encompassesthree BROKER .3-1&\0.11\ VARNER REALTY
For price and terms on this 94-31J7 Mtes CY HSSZ .. drive bv 2405 A... C., SEEELEANOR bedrooms, two baths,
B traded-in home NW. moru.ir. can be auunwd. 14 6th St., NW CY 33454ttTF
Price 11409300. IGLEHART panelled Florida

RIALTYCO. 293-2517 Phone 293-9338 I-If You are a do It jrounntf fan E Eves. & Sun. CY 4-1S12 E room, fully equipped kitchen ((14)) Real Estate Wanted
543* then see this. homo I. livable,, two utility rooms, double

214-3234 CDTRAL 1217 pairs nerds, some all rooms paint ara and spacious a fw r*Ibodrnomi :I : garage, drapes, carpeting WILL PAY small .qultjf and aj- ((19)) Card Of Thank
:::1111111111111111111111111111111111111111"Chain 3 baths. I air con i TOWN COUNTRY and a beautifully landscaped some payment on 2 or S-bd-
....... A Onuw .a........ ...,1.. Winter dltlonrra Floor are oak cork.a .: t, lawn. Total price room home In Winter Haven I or
H-: I of Lakes bargain at 11500000. f l1lLfagnonaI f Hi'mn ITtW\TIW\ i iI for this well-located home NewrthlaL lake Alfred. Write Inca .436949' The Family of Nora Smith

B LOLA BUSII, Associate I a 3-1 i4i$ WL blI% aUWUJ is $29,000.
Retreat in l
is to
NEW: modem S-bdroom rettrwt yours Home Phone CY :11654 I : Express their appreciation for
home, Coin-In 634 A,.. C = this VERY large modern r1I11l1I1II11111I1111111I1111111111I1111'; 'Ir. LEIS BROS.
: id the sympathy and floral offer
N Ill 600. CT: 1-4216. 1x-rhb. I
Price Just reduced to only 5: 3 bedroom, 2 bath home EDGAR T. HALESRealtor .12. REALTORS L/orft7fReu/fsl lags during our recent bere....
= .
Lake Hsrtridge
< location Walk. : by 1 READ and USEliFREGULARLY ment.
ATTRACTIVE: 2-bedroom. I 4 bath 14,890. S E. 1200 Sixth St., NW
Beautiful family rooms -
horn with man nxlru, cio*>-ln. distance to schools, :3 bed ; LAKEFRONT lovely horn. elms to
nlca far the ntlr4 panon. Smelt ng type kitchen, 18 x 21 FloE town, beach and golf For quality (Opposite North Gate) The Nora Smith t
lot. LBONA8 REAL K3TATHJ.Jnhn room furnished borne has Sit Ave. A, SW CY HII3I<1 I l.nanu. Seasonal, CY 16685.13- I
rida Double
CY room 2(4 3117
Ramu. Auoclala -
1 ti.J314 kitchen and separate dining utlli- CY 3-0382 Family.
CY H4M. E carporte plus 7 x 20
room, bath. 2 porches, garage: E ty room You have LOW DOWN PAYMENT IMOO Eve It Sun. WO 7-2711 !
.1) month. 1-b.droom home. JM-2100
boat shelter 'sI :21f
E your own an :
monthly pavntfnt. Modrra CB.
I 4k I bedroom construction Contact Beasley Realty Co. E and deep well with yard
CY u-iou' nr WHIT, FIRST E .
MORTGAGE CORT. OF JTLOR1DA. 131 6th St., NW CY32757 irrigation system
.13By CY :3-2678 E The 150( X 125 ft. lot is
most attractively land-
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: acaped All this for

E only $24,500 It'. vacant -
3 ready for immediate -

SaaI4 Y UR HfAlTIL. 5: MALCOLM occupancy TETREALXT. Call

XXSTZB U COIiMAN, MJX E Eves. & Sun. CY 35071

The Alcolxlic ; I 3 rf

:TowN f, COUNTRY .f

ALCOHOLISM: U t disease But most often he does not e Ill Magnolia f 1fi'@n rrtW1'flW .

and like all other dI....... It atop because: he la unable to. CG3-1141 I lN liiJu. UI IUlJ: .

must be itudlad from the angle I The symptoms of the dlteue 5111111111111111111111111111111111111'1''; h Les

ef prevention diagnosis and of alcoholism vary from simple 1211

treatment. It ls estimated that i social Irresponsibility to total

this insidious,destructive, heart ,physical and emotional dcstruo*
breaking disease occurs, to lion. Unfortunately there are no
some degree, in about B,000,00t wonder drugs for the treatmentof ;

men and women In the United alcohollam. But there are Beautiful! t '

i State other waya of treating It. To J.
A disease of be successful, treatment mustbe Lake

I such magnitude instituted early, before the l r r a n see ; '
cannot be casually disease becomes Irreversible. Elbert P/ j 1

.. dismissed lIl Investigation ?
as just a mat EstatesWilma .J
The alcoholic must be Individually
ter of Urge
from the
[ statistics. For
of view. The
medical point
there are fffW41..ue.
psychological\ motivation. for
the beginning and the perpetuation -
Dr. Coleman to affect: the
Individual, the of the disease must be
carefully studied. And when all I'd like to ahow you this Immaculate
and the
family community u
accumulated custom built :3.bedroom
the fmdinga are ,
InUnsaly a* doe the malignant
die.*.. of alcoholism. very device, every medication, 2 bath home with it's L
every form of psychological large Florida room & screen u
Teenage Problem therapy, individually or la porch. Plenty of room for a

Prevention must be devoted*! groups, must be consolidated. the family; prettily landscape<

to the teenagers who, when exposed I These unhappy human beings, back yard. Won't you call m _
to social I drinking, become sick with the disease of at'cohollsm now to see this home

potential candidate forth must be rehabilitatedand
Eves & Sundays CY 3 7522
: unsocial drinking habit restored as productive, dignified

Parent, schools, educator and members of society V
advisors must instill is becoming
religious Psychotherapy c'11 NU.1I VE BETTER4CTRLCtl
by example and teaching thee Increasingly important in the flSHLEV

danger of alcohol. Young peo cure and control of alcoholism. JP3I63WARREN >

ple should b* helped to see that Craving Diminished THE BUILDING
drinking Just for the sake of
Drugs of the tl'lllqulU1lnr!
conforming ft false manifestation
used to dimlnteh SECKEL, Realtor StreetThe
group are being GUS Ashley
of maturity. Th mature ,, .
the craving for alcohol In .
|>eron lives by the good standards 12Mother's
Malnutrition and
ho lets for himself; other some people.

member of the group will admire vitamin deficiencies, so com- forward In ".. A"nf.y luff/Jfn, preranft e fait rwM0 tf nW.ni erenfttcfur
mon In alcoholics, are being SpecialNear Ashley Building Is another step
this whether they express controlled by special dietary which" iymbof/i.1 fh. dynamic false of hSIi 'location. It coniirfi tl hut floors_

It or not. regimes. In some cases, the all school and shopping providing Tampa with modern business facilities. each booing 10,000 squats I.., of rpac.-oit conditioned end heated,

To arbitrarily prohibit teenager drug dlsulflram 1s used to de Transportation is no problei ,'." /eckproundauaie I if pron'oW tn' a//) public' .., and It ."011011''. offices
from drinking is not ,It offers total I of feet of comfortable t
the best deter Uberately bring on extreme din from this 650 Avenue M, S!E a square ol '.n.n,'. option two lullf ouloaiolk' tlonlori/ ,*rv. all loon

rent psychologically to early drinking. Prohlbl.tlOI& comfort when combined with location. Three bedroom, :I working space In a pre-selected climate all year The tool./holing saunter ol the, AihUy l lui/dinj/ "It Of glazed/ ,.IIow brick

can Induce curiosity and alcohol. This sometimes U a bath, big family room and double pon./i/ alternating, with tolargtoy heal and glare' rotiilanl window

defiance If the reason are not deterrent against drinking. carport. Full price $17,000 'round. A 135-ton Electric air conditioning and CenfraffhtoloJ ol the earner ol Jyltr and Ashley. Shorts' |la downfown

thoroughly explained and clearly The extraordinary contribution $700 down on FilA terms. heating Ideal controlautomatically. Tampa-Iho *M.f lui/dinj i b adfoctnf; It h. Intvtlalt .II'ronc..II
of the organisation of system provides temperature
understood. bar odioc.nf, parking facilities/ with" e>.cv ivt porting p/ vld.d, ft b nor
alcoholics, Alcoholics JOHN G. WOOD
A engineered lighting system c.n'
carefully Tompa'i con en ion endfaeesTempo'srfverlroelrodwelopmenf.
Hard To Establish: Anonymous, Is playing an out
role in the total rehabilitation & ASSOC. Inc. and lor further Information, .r'lOr; phone W,t,COW-229-OS74
Th diagnosis of chronic alcoholism standing also helps make this one of the most modern
1* often difficult to of alcoholics.AU Developer Builders
.tabllih. There are sometime of these forms of therapyare 291-2517 Phone 293!3W efficiently equipped buildings In Tampa. Power and Devtlapen Crandoff Investmenh, Inc.

fin shade cf demarcation between available to help the chronia Architect: : Harry A. AAocEwtn

the so-called social alcoholic-when the alcoholla 12-1 I Progress go handInhandwhere people produce more, Interior D..I,,,: Office Interior Supply, lot.

drinker the uncontrolled, the hoary drinker.drinker and At himself Thttt is column ready to are be designed helped. _109 1ST ST ELOISE build bigger, live and work better -Electrically. eemrac.erlld M.Scott .

which point 1s the drinker dUo to relieve your liar about I Room hones for .. .. Hot watrhratrr r '
dfld M an "alcoholic"T health through better ,,"de r* new roof lot 50' x 100' : r'
difficult to) di- ttan4t of your mind and tody.Att CASH ONLY no rranonabla off in ltd / "
Till become 3 refused. WrIt. )lr. )\r.. QultmaCon. -
araoa because the alcoholic IA. kopr/til new advaHCtiit .. PQ. Box 1U.: >>.nlon. Fin .
progresses slowly from one medtfint reported ken art :, Tampa Electric Company j'

stage to another, always deByinaT known to doctor tverywhert. FOR BALK: WELL S-BEC
his abnormal need and Your MMdual medical problem ROOM CB hou,.. III. bath *a, POWER FOR PROGRESS AND BETTER LIVING ELECTRICALLY SINCE 1199
Kat.r 55000 monthNear
raynwnta pr
Uwmy UislatUe that he can tKould t* handled ty yea' tnwa and .lInol. N. dnw a
Vhnver n* want to"I own doctor Ut knows> gas but. pom.n&i.\.. MrAt "
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Home Buyers Wildlife Tour Ridge Stamp Nearly $12 pinion dollar* is ...

Club Plans vested la the motel Industry/

\ today, Slid Quality Courts Fr...
Begins Jan. 17 1] rare Egypt Tour idant John Lacock.: Quality',
Urged Courts Motels, Inc. is eonpeswi
Members of the Ridge Stamp of over 500 franchised motels

NAPLES South Florid* Club and visiting collectors with 15,000 units, both In op.
Facts only wildlife tours this winter will be taken on a "Philatelic eration and under construct: .
Check Ion in states east of the Mis.isslppl .
7 rir9 begin Jan. 17 from beret Tour of Egypt" at the club:
kl River and la eastera
The tour, replacing those meeting Tuesday night in the Canada.
'More than one dissatisfied conducted in put years by the basement club room of the
klpmeowner has remarked, 'If National Audubon Society, operate Magnolia building, Lakeland
then what I know now, Thuridayf
Civic Center
tinge and Fridays under the leader-
would be different! ship of Dr. Alexander Sprunt, Fred Stark, program chair the
yimlly this remark is pro- Jr., famous ornithologist who man, will be in charge using
(joked when experience reveals conducted similar tours for the slides
many of which he has
seme inadequacy in the home He Audubon retired Society last year.for 22 yean personally prepared. Red DoorSee

in which the individual has .
At the business session officers
This tours Include
for yourself, the all
snade investment.
a large
visit to Caribbean Gardens as for the new year will
For this reason .says the well as the famous Corkscrew WINS PROMOTION-James T. Thomas, right, ma. be installed. Eugene Watson, new modern red door
flumblng Heating Cooling I Swamp Sanctuary of the National ter chief aviation machinist's mate, USN, son of Mrs ROle will continue home inSun. ..
as president for
,formation Bureau, the prospective Audubon Society, Each Thomas of 101 First St., is congratulated by his commandIng .
homeowner should I tour begin at Caribbean Gardens officer, Cmdr. E. F. O'Brien, Jr., on his recent *d. another term, with Harry
kin II much as possible at 9 am. and proceeds vancement in rate at the Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, French as vice president and Acres
about the house and its component directly to the famous Cork- Hardy Sutherland
parts before he makes N.J. He is serving with Helicopter Utility Squadron Two
screw Swamp Sanctuary approximately and has been in the Navy nearly 23 (U.S. treasurer
any cash outlay. 28 miles northeast years Navy I Phone CY 3.1433
", The average house plumbing of Naples. photo) Meetings of the chb: heldon OU Winter HcvenUktlmtfHl .
system, for example, represent Tour members spend the the second and fourth Tuesdays -
hw Star I.. 142DtmortD
about 12 to 15 per cent morning exploring the sanctuary of each month always are f -
of the value of the investment via the 3.500-foot board. Shuffleboard NewsThe I open to all stamp collectors including IT

hi the house Important.No other A part smooth isftiore walk miming through stand the of bald largest cypress re- winter visitors DAN WINTERS I

functioning plumbing system is s .. in the eastern United States .
to health, adds to Winter Haven Shuffleboard The Club House is seven
a protection The swamp It a favorite winter DAYTONA BEACH FLA This MW awn* fwrtwttLlrTTIMI
the 'convenience of modern living NEW LOOK AT GARDENS Five; new acts hIVe nesting grounds for great flocksof Club has listed the fol- days a week for card or MATERIAL
and safeguards the investment been added to the water ski show at Cypress Gardens, wood ibis (American storks), Icing activities. for the weekof Shuffleboard games Fifteen years ago the average }reef
in the house one of them a ipectacular trio performing a graceful egrets and other birds Jan. 12 IS. The men of the Club recently motel had only 15 units,
The fundamentals of good acrobatic ballet Caught in mid-act are Buster MacCalla, Returning to Caribbean Gardens Sunday-Hymn Sing at 3:30: entertained the ladies with said Quality Court. President Eger Concrete
plumbing may be summed up left, Alfredo Mendoza and Betty Oiborn. The new format in time for lunch the tour p.m. a baked bean and ham supper John Lacock. Today the average
hi the word quality fixtures party sees the second largest Monday Tournament with with 78 persons in attendance.The is over 30.
will launch the 28th anniversary of Cypress Gardens and
and quality installation by an collection of free roaming bird the Haines City Club at the annual election of officers ---
experienced plumbing contractor. the 19th year for itt Internationally famous water ski species In the world The Gardens Haines City court at 2 p.m. for 196465 was held on Jan. Cookout, mom-style
show, have 250: species of birds, Tusday-Red and Black at 8 with George Bauer being
Trouble-free operation of the : including 110 of waterfowl. The 2 pm. elected president Other officers
system is the test of quality. tour party also sees the Gar. Wednesday and Thursday elected were Mrs R. W Citor,
Whether or not the installation den. internationally famous Open. first vice president; Toni! Da.
it a quality system is evident. Duck Vaudeville. The tour Friday Red and Black at 2 vis, second vice president/ ;
very time you turn on the watr I r PHOTOGRAPHYBy I ends at the Gardens' at about p.m. and Care Party at T p.m. George Stanley, secretary-
or use a drain. 5 pm. Refreshments will be served treasurer; and Mrs Myrtle Harris
U its a quality system, the The cost of $10 per person and prizes awarded Roy Miller, John Hanna,
water, flows freely quietly Includes all admissions and Saturday-Inter Club Tourna Mrs Ed Rice, and Frank 9+0
from! all faucets and valves transportation charges Ad- ment at 2 pm. The Winter Wahrhausen as members of the
and the waste water drains vance reservations are necessary Haven Shuffleboard will be at executive committee. look for the golden arches- McDonald's
with equal swiftness and BART KINCII source It should be used ss a
away by mail to Greater Naples the Winter Haven Tourist Club The club voted unanimouslyto
sjolselessness) United Press InternationalA supplemental or secondary Chamber of Commerce for games at 730.: purchase 50 hymn books, Corner 6th St. & Ave D, N.W. Next to Haven Hotal
of the
con light.
The Importance
for better
good presclptlon:
titled part of the system (piping of the Good results with fill-In flash
pictures season year
) and the visible part (fixtures is Ml.in flash can be obtained by placing the
) it explained In a booklet While there's nothing 1'ke!' a camera 8 to 15 feet from the
"What You Should Know subject, depending on the
." be bright, sunny day for taking pow.
About Plumbln, It may
er of the flash used
obtained writing PHC1B. 35 crisp, brilliant pictures outdoors
of people, very often an unwanted Have the subject stand so the
list: Wacker Drive, ChicagoIllinois
00601 Enclose 15 cents side effect Is squinted eyes sun provides a side or back.
Squinting generally is caused light effect, thus edging the
and mailing.
by the subject's looking directlyinto face or rimming the hair with Offset! Schmoffset!
the sun If subject turns strong highlight
away from the light, facial features Set the camera for the correct
FOR THE and details often be. normal sunlight exposure for
come hidden in dark shadow whatever film you are using,
FINE JOBS sreas compose, focus and shoot. It
The answer to this common necessary, hold your unit of! ,4 I i
dilemma is fill.In flash In using the camera to Insure its light "" .
this simple technique, light will get Into the shadow areas '
from a bulb or electronic flash properly. : I
EGERCONCRETE unit is used to "fill In" troublesome Clear flash lamp. will do for TT: : '
shadow areas back and-white pictures but if '
If The fill-In light will bring out you are shooting with color film, Wh Cares? ;
otherwise obscured detail. and use blue.coated bulbs or an elec.tronlc !
allow the subject to face from flash unit. Electronic
the squint-producing sun flash also can be used with
The fill.in technique has been black-and-white films. .
BLOCKSAre used ,by professional photographers Naturally, the closer you are :1,; .
for years but often is to your subject, the strongerwill I
passed over by amateurs be. be the effect of the fill-la
cause they fear it is too complicated flash When camera to subject
Used distance la less than 8 feet, you
Actually, It's rather simple can cut the intensity of the flash W6 Do! At the News-Chief we strive to better our pro'duct-to
By who has
Anyone a camera by draping a handkerchief over

ConscientiousBuilders easily synchronized use fill.In for. The flash sun Itself can the flash unit.DAYTONA bring to you the reader, the very best local newspaper humanly possi

can be used with dramatic BEACH FLA. -

effects sldelighting In these pictures the subject by backor While out the the country 82,000 motels today through average ble. To do this we must constantly be on the lookout for ways to im

The key to success in fill-In 30 units in size, new motels
leg ILOCKS A.b.rW.I. flash is NOT to allow the fill in generally have 70 or more units, prove readability, particularly photo and advertising reproduction.This .
light to dominate the picture said Quality Courts President
and thus become the main light John Lacockis .

I is one of the main reasons the News-Chief is investing more

I than $100,000 in our offset conversion. Offset printing gives startling

PUBLIC NOTICE picture clarity the photos seem to jump right out at you. Type matteris

also clearer, more readable. What makes it this way?

?rlJz. 6. ft.
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f,' will be conducting a a This plate only .0012 of an inch thick, is then put on the offset press.

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