Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefThe

4 I C 4 City Of 100 tales "You Always Read It First In The News-Chief Citrus Capital Of The World


Johnson Asks Tax ReductionFor

Expansion Of BusinessGround

President Says

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MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION had their formal ground br..king ceremony -

yesterday afternoon at the lite of their new home on Lake Silver. The home will Future Growth

I be built at the north we" edge of the lake and fronting on Ave. M, NW Shown are Lake Silver

Commander H. R. Summarville, left, center, with shovel; Auxiliary President Mrs.

Lonnie Ivey, center, and Past Commander Bill Clarke, who is alto holding a shovelof :
dirt. He is head of the building committee. Work it expected to start immediately. Depends On It
-- Legion Site"After

Bobby Downs Named dent Johnson told Congrm-today -
many yean of plan that the United StaU I iaa
ning and hard work
we are
I entered 1964 riding the crest Of
now going to realize the com
business expansion. But he said
ing true of a dream which
if tax cut Is not enacted
Prep Ail-American started only a year or two after
this could
the close of World War I promptly, expansion
a home for Fricrson-Nichol. turn Into recession
p Johnson put business and labor -
American Legion Post No. Ion t
By BOB HAV1LAND school football player they bad< one of Winter Haven's on notice that he will expose
Sports Editor seen during 1963 The News- beautiful lakes," said more Com to national view any Inflationary .
Chief ballot nominated Downs d M .
Winter Haven Blue Devil senior and several mander H. R. Summerville at wage price increase
other ballots from
the site of the that might puncture the expan
quarterback Bobby Downs, Florida supported this nomina- new Legion homeon
who has grabbed off every hon. selection Lake Silver yesterday after dos lie said the business con
tion The C&A
school fidence is high and la "one of
or available to a high mittee also took into consider noon.
gridiron star, was named today ation other awards nominated Officers of the organization, our strongest economic asseta
to Coach and Athlete players had received. members of the Legion Auxiliary -Y In 1964."
Magazine' 16th official Prep members of the building He also revealed that he will
With the of Downson
All-America Football Team. honoring ask Congresi this year to increase
committee n
the builder and the .wr tx
the C&A team, Winter Haven
Selection on this team, cosponsored architect all gathered for the the time-and-one
by Ath-O.Med Com head Coach Calvin Triplett, ground-breaking ceremonies at rate of overtime pay in carefully -
pany of Chattanooga, Tenn., is completing his freshman year 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. -' selected Industries to create
Conference coachIn
the most coveted award offered as a more jobs without pushing
five Commander Summerville and
has tutored
1963, now
to a high school football player labor costs upward.
building chairmanBill
C&A Americans in the las committee
in the nation. "above all"for
Renewing his call
Clarke each
six a shoe
Last week Downs namedto yeara.Downs
was prompt enactment of a tax
el full of dirt thus
Scholastic Magazine' All. was the spark on the up
America squad, thereby giving @ Winter Haven team that com the ground to start the erectionof --- --...., ........_ -- reduction bill, and to for combat other
pending measures
a new home. Kochan,
him Conference a position on All the.State All.Western AllSouthern iron pletely circles.surprised In a Florida preseasonpoll grid builder, was expected Ralph to move AIR DERBY WINNERS-Mn. Edna Whyte, second from right, of Fort Worth, Tex., unemployment and poverty,
and All-America of Western Conference in a crew this morning to start won the First Annual Winter Haven Air Derby Saturday. Others who placed were, from Johnson sent the House and
team coaches the local gridderswere work. left, Douglas' Bullard of Lake Wales, third; Bill P.rr'fo/ Winter Haven, fifth; William Senate an election year eco

Prior to today's C & A selection picked for no better than B T. Jones, architect, had Compton, Orlando second; and Barbara Hull of Winter Haven, fourth. Maj Gen nomic report which said I

the highest tribute paidto ... ..-...ra1L' ....I eighth in a nine-team league. completed all of the hit late work'change., including which W. R. Wolfmbarger, Derby chairman, )It congratulating Mn. Whyte. -America peaks ol prosperity climbed during to new the
skill being The Blue Devil team finished
Downs' was
pigskin BOBBY DOWNS had bren made by the building three"yew* of the Kennedy- \\\...
football tabbed Florida's of outstanding 1983 br-. -. (Continued on Fag 6, Col. Ii) committee at. an earlier. .mwting Johnson adfli5nl/itrationi\ and
player Grandmother Is Winner
All-Southern selection com the prevtoutweok.. Flying will riMe to/ven loftier economic
Chaplain John Calvin openedthe I heights In 1964. How high depends .

mittee.Of the 70 seniors representedon Tanganyika Military Revolts ceremonies with a prayer. mainly on how anon
the C & A team, Downs is Mrs Lonnie Ivey presented there is a tax cut.
the only player from Florida. Commander a check for $1500 Summerville to help with with In' First Winter Haven Air ContestThe -Enactment of the tax cut

California leads the parade ([Continued on Page 6, Col 2)
the construction of the
Second In Africa In 8 new
with six: Texas and Ohio have Days home.In .
four each, and New York, addition to the spacious ability to estimate by one minute and four sec 150, was fourth. A student pilot
Pennsylvania, and Washingtonthree elapsed time and fuel con onds. who has been flying
assembly hall there will be a seven
each. DARES.SALAAM, Tangany. against the government of President special television room, a bal- sumption won top honors in Douglas Bullard of Lake months, Mlsa Hull encountered Home Builders
Participating In the selection Julius K. Nyerere, who the First Annual Winter Haven Wales last trouble
Iki (UPI) Tanganyika army a minute entry, took an hour before
Continued 6 Col. .
( on Page 1)
2,000 high school reported to have fled to Air Derby for a 61-year old
were over units mutinied against their was third place honors In a Cessna takeoff time when the radio
coaches, plus sportswriters, neighboring Kenya. i grandmother from Fort Worth 140. Miss Barbara Hull of Win. went out Unable to correct the
sportscasters, and college recruiters white British officers today inan (In the Kenyan capital of Nal Tex ter Haven, flying a Cessna (Contnlucd on Page 6, Col 5)Italy's ) Install Offkers:
in every section of the uprising that touched off robl, a station identifying Itself Trailer Fire Is Mrs. Edna Whyte guessed
nation. The Winter Haven widespread looting. But there as Radio Tanganyika was her elapsed time within two
New officers have taken
News.Chief, along with others heard the rebellious seconds and her fuel comsump- over
asked to cast ballots, lent in trouble were strong was over Indications by mid.after the. troops had saying returned! to their ion within six.tenths of a gallon San Pietro OrchestraTo the reins of the Home Builders
and Association Greater Winter
documentary to win 12 other in
noon. barracks after the governmentgave Fatal To ManA over pilots
the best high Haves, with T L. Whitehesd
news clipplaga: on (In London, British Common. in to their terms Listeners the Derby )
as president succeeding J, C.
wealth Secretary Duncan San. said the radio voice sounded The proficiency course was
dys told the House of Commonsthis like that of Foreign Minister -year.old fruit picker, from Gilbert Field to Sebring, Play Here Friday Night (Sonny) Smith.
The officers installed
LBJ To Nikita: afternoon the situation in 0.5 Mambona, who had been Hubert Woods, was found deadIn to Sarasota and return. Flyinga were in
Friday evening
Tanganyika "was again deteri seized early in the morning by a trailer after It was wrecked Beechcraft Musketeer, she The
celebrated Orchestra San I nental tour, and at the Moose Lodge conducted
orating" and said a British fri the mutinous troops). by fire late Saturday night. edged out William Compton of I by popular demand
gate was approaching the coast (In London, a spokesman for Woods was living in the trailer Orlando, who flew the oldest Pietro of Naples Italy, one of Its first two having elicited by George Miller Florida 1 I
'Be SpecificrWASHINGTON with troops aboard. Tanganyika High Commissioner located at Ida Smith's Trail plane In the derby, a 1933 Waco' the most remarkable phenomenaIn tremendous acclaim. Builders Association Area I vice

("It teems that the troops J.S. Ntiro said the government er Park on Hwy 17 just north cabin bi-plane. Compton missed contemporary music history, !I Italy is responsible for the president.
have once more broken out of was now in full control. He of Winter Haven in the Lake his fuel consumption' by one. will present a concert in Winter I emergence of the chamber or- Besides Whitehead, officers
(UPI)-Prest- their barracks and may have said the trouble developed because Ida area. tenth of a gallon and his time cheatra of virtuosi proportions, are: Mason Connary, vice president -
dent Johnson urged Soviet Pre. The Haven Friday night, the thirdin first and Lester Addison,
taken control' of the airport," of a misunderstandingbetween Winter Haven Fire Department Introduced to Americans
mler Nikita Khrushchev todayto Sandys said). the troops and their received the call the local concert association leas than 15' years ago when secretary treasurer. Directors
join him in working on specific Leaders of the mutiny demanded British officer) shortly after 10 p.m. and when Panama Seeks seriea. I Albert Morlnl/ brought the Virtuosi are Lynn Wood, Wallace Tucker
proposals to settle East. Immediate dismissal of The mutiny broke out at T they arrived at the scene the The performance will be di Roma to the United Larry Tucker and the outgoing
West differences Instead of the estimated 50 British officers p.m., EST Sunday and shooting two room trailer was com staged at Nora Mayo Hall starting I States president.
drafting "vague declarations. who control the army In was heard in several part. of pletely ablaze. Woods' body at 1:15: for members only I 1 The founder and musical director Past presidents plaques were
Johnson sent a looo.word this East African country oppo- the city. There were widespread was discovered on the floor In Canal Control and their winter guests of the Orchestra San resented to Smith and jicker. -
note to Khrushchev replying to site the rebel.seized island of reports of looting the front part of the home The Orchestra San Pietro 1'1 I Pietro, Rrnato Ruotolo, played I. .
the Soviet leaders Jan 3 message Zanzibar. Casualties were unknown.A Woods had been in the Winter I making its third transcontl- (Continued on Page 6, Col. 7)1 Vic Vickers, of televisiot} :sta-
proposing that world pow. The mutineers said their ao ( report in Nairobi said a Haven area only nine days WASHINGTON (UPI Pan. (Continued on Page (. CoT. SI
ers sign a declaration renouncing lion was not a coup d'etat (Continued On Page > Col. 1) The cause of the fire has not ma's ambassador to the United I
I use of force in territorial -, .... yet been determined. I Ili6 Nations wants the United

disputes.The States to end its perpetual con
President said that practical trol over the canal and turn
progress toward peace the vital waterway over to his
was his "most fervent desire, country.
but that "this requires, not only Aquilmo Boyd said Sunday
agreements in principal but that the 1903 treaty giving the
also concrete actions on accord United State control "in per.
with those principles."I petuity" over the canal was
believe this exchange of "obsolete" and "repugnant to
letters offers real hope for that international law." I
kind of progress and that Boyd said that the situation I
hope is shared by all peace- in the Canal Zone going to SW? r1,, r +
loving men in every land, deteriorate more and more if

Johnson concluded. the United States is not goingto .J ,_. \'.., 11' i
Johnson told Khrushchev that cooperate" and agree to renegotiate : ,." I : dj .
the United States, acting with n the treaty.He t
its Allies, would offer "specific! said that if the current :_ :t..l .\ ,\ y
stalemate in negotiations con- t r
proposals for strengtheningthe r'Y.:: .._,t 1 ora-
peace.keeping machinery in tinued Panama would attemptto
weeks ahead. work out another agreementwith
"Both the Geneva disarmament the Organization of Ameri- '

conference and the United (Continued on Page 6, Col. I) "f'it.h..d. /
(Continued on Page 6, Col.) -

Rainfall TotalIs ,

Woman Reports ., 4| InchesSo ,

Theft Of RingA For In '64

diamond ring valued at Exactly one Inch bf rain had ; ; '
$600 was reported stolen from fallen on Winter Haven this 4 (
the home of Mrs. Albert Wyand. morning, by 11 o'clock: bringingthe
Ave. O, NE, sometime last I _
971 total for the month to 4.:M
week. Winter Haven police said inches

today i I On this same date last year
Mrs Wyand told police she j I only M Inches of rain had
did not know when the theftoccurred I fallen, and the total for the
but she bad worn the month of January last year was HOME BUILDERS HOLD INSTALLATION. L Whi i second from right,
the hang last Monday only 1.70 Inches, according to was installed as president of the Home Builders Anoclatie n of Greater Winter Haven,
There was no evidence of I TRAILER FIRE KILLS ONE-A 45-yt.r-eld fruit picker, Hubert Wood, died when the Winter Haven Fire Depart- succeeding J. C. (Sonny) Smith, right. George Miller, left, Area vice president, con-
breaking and entering at the hit two-room trailer caught fire in Ida Smith's Trailer Court near Lake Ida Saturday I ment which keeps the official ducted the Installation Vic Vicken, next to him, Orlando television official was theI '
WJud home police reported.. night. rainfall record for the city i speaker

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Honfty. January 20, 1964'


K Of C Council I Auto Rales Liability IncreasedBy Bernthal Talks Area Deaths Battle Looms Between I,'


Notes 5th Year i Slate Farm On St. Paul At 88 Mn., died Ophelia yesterday Jan morning Burnett at, Glenn, Senator Young 'p

Stat Farm Insurance Com- S50 Haines Boulevard In Lake -

panic baa announced an increase .- S Alfred following a long Illn.... I
UPI make a few Saturday apeechef.
COLUMBUS, Ohio ( ) -
At Dinner DanceThe In automobile liability Insurance Lutheran Rites A native of Crystal Spring Weary Democrats huddled into I Glenn did not plan to attend

ratei. 1111.... she moved to Winter the wee hours of the morning the convention because hi can

Winter Haven Council 01'' For private passenger can St Paul'a witness for Christ Haven 23 yean ago from Merl- today In preparing for a state not take part In political activlty -

the Knights of Columbus cele- the Increase will be five anda before Testes and Agrlppa, ai dan, Miss She was a member I convention showdown to choose until h* completes the retirement -
brated the fifth anniversary of half per cent for bodily Injury recorded in Acts 28'24-29: was Church 1 between Sen. Stephen M. Young process from the Ma-
of the First
Ito charter Saturday night with and property damage, and the text of the Rev. August Baptist and astronaut John H. Glenn pines In two or three weeks.
a banquet and a dance at the 125 per cent for medical pay. Bernthal' sermon in the Sunday and Winter Haven Chapter 74 for the senatorial Domination. But the Buckeye native was
Haven Hotel I menti. morning worship service at of the Eastern Star State Chairman William L. busy shaking hands with a

Grand Knight Joseph W. Higgins In announcing the Increase, Grace Lutheran Church. She it survived by a daughter Coleman promised Young steady stream of delegates and
innounced the the ..Id. "An Increase the convention'i endorsement admirers In his hotel suit Sunday -
appointment company The pastor pointed out that Mn. Mildred Anderson of '
Rl Rev. Arthur L. Dune In traffic accidents and each of these three Individuals which Young sold be wanted'l' and today.
nlgan V the Holy Spirit Church in traffic exposure plus the ,represented three different typesof Winter Haven; a ion, Ernest this afternoon but The man who became famous
In Lake Wales ai chaplain for I high cost of auto repairs, men and compared them with t Burnett of Houston, Tex.; six leaden said the delegates were at the first American to make
the council. He will serve ai medical care and court judge people today. grandchildren; and 10 great feeling grassroots pressure to an orbital flight around the
replacement for the Rev. meats fore an adjustment in "Some people are like Festui, grandchildren support the ,"orld.famed astronaut. earth almost two yean ago
Charles Anderson who was re. auto Insurance rate" a materialist who never bother. funeral services will be held laid his campaign would last
.cently transferred to Orlando. The total premium will vary ed thinking about God," be tomorrow: afternoon at 2 from Th convention opens with a about eight weeks and be directed
Include attending the meeting for individual because of differences aald. Others are like Agrippa," i the Mitchell Chapel with the memorial to the late President "to the people who do
John DiVIto I of St. In covers ges, classifications Familiar with the Hebrew religion Rev. O. Charles Horton pas- John F. Kennedy and Young'i the voting"Adventists
Petersburg state advocate; Jack and rating territories. and Christian teachings; tor of the First Baptist Church keynote speech with the endorsement I

.Neilly\ of St Petersburg; Michael Increasei art sharpest In cases comparably, loda,'. Agrlppal ,. <+ of Lake Alfred, officiating. scheduled in the aft II Aid
Trabulsy: of Winter Haven, where the owner or an operator know about religion but never Burial will follow In Lakeside ernoon session.
diitrtet deputy, Vincent Blrk- it under 25 years of age, according commit themselves." The paL W. aSt,, +r ( i Memorial Park. Glenn's announcement Friday
her: Lakeland council grand to the company i tor urged the congregation to : tt: Friends may call at the that he was a Democratic candidate
;knlght; and Al Dumbleton of State Farm says that be "altogether" Christians, even .. Mitchell Chapel tonight from for the Senate put the Their
Sebring, deputy grand knight sore rate are Insur.1 ai St. Paul wai. 7 to LEFFIE party into turmoil ai it came Magazine
The program was under the through continuous study The Junior Choir offered the after the professionals had endorsed

direction of Robert Huff, chairman cidents and bow they ar I opening hymn "Come, Jesus, __ ... t! -4 NELSON HARRISON Young. Most of them Echoes of World War I
and music was provided lated to factor such ai your Holy: Child." The Church Choir Mn. Effie Nelson Harrison were standing by the 74-year- sounded in the Winter Haven
by the Venatonei from Tampa. age lex, marital status, where I sang "Be Our Guide ThroughLife 1964 SWEETHEART-Mist Pat McHale was named 78, formerly of Winter Haven old senator He was heartened Seventh-day Adventist church
you live, the mlleige you drive Dear Lord." Elizabeth Sweetheart for 1964 'In the Future Farmers of America's died in the Vereen Memorial during the weekend by a pledgeof Saturday as "Liberty bonds"for

Lions Attend and the use of your car. I Ann Atkinson Infant daughter of annual contest held Saturday night at Denison auditorium.She Hospital, Moultrie, Ca, on support from former President I. $10, $25, and $100 were is
Rates for Individual are then Mr. and Mri. Fred Atkinson, It being crowned by last ytar'i Sweetheart, Mrs. Sunday after a lengthy illness. Harry S Truman, a call sued.

determined by the accident rl'l wn given Holy Baptism. ,c:...",.. Leis .RI.L... .. Survivors include her liven from "a member of President Each "Liberty bond" represents
cord of driven with Family night at Concordlans children, Dr. Walter E. Harri Johnson's staff," and a numberof the owner's Investment in
State characteriatlci and driving lituatlons. : was well-attended. The covered- ion, Jr., of Moultrie, Mn. Harold newspaper editorials which "Liberty", a magazine pub-
: ConclaveThe dish supper wn followed by a Pat McHale Named FFA L. Davis of Winter Haven. suggested In blunt terms the lished by the Adventist church
program, "Are Our Children At the Rev. Ray Harrison of Davie spaceman did not have the experience of up-to-date reports and commentaries

: annual State Lions Club Fault?" by: Mri. William Tay Fla., Mm Arnita Harrison needed to be a sena on current threats to
Universal Food lor, during which special entertainment of Brookline Mass., Mn. C. M. religion: freedom in America.
. mid-winter conference was was presented for the Sweetheart SaturdayPat Keir of Waltham, Mass., R. W. tor.The peppery Young was in a Pastor George Wilson summarized -
held over the weekend at Fort children In the Kindergarten Harrison of Louisville Ky., and chipper mood as be hosted recent trends in three
Myen: with the largest attendance building. The 1964 Concordlani the Rev. T. O. Harrison of Lexington newsmen and party leaden at area of religious freedom:
Raises McHale, daughter of Mr. the organization1 annual eon- Ky. and 11 grandchildren. Sunday legislation, ecumenical
of all Urn for a state con ProgramA officer and board member ; a dinner Sunday night In which
ference. were Installed. and Mri. E. E. McHale, was test Saturday night. hi predicted he would defeat progress, and Bible readingand .' .
Matins and religious classes named Sweetheart of the Whiter A senior this year Miss Mc Funeral Krv' s a"d burial Glenn "handily" in the May 8 prayer In public schools .
Winter Haven area Lions attending Lakeland citrus processing will be in Wllmort, Ky. Nationwide interest in legislation
were held Monday, The members Haven Chapter of the Future Hale was sponsored by the National primary, :
were: H. M. Brian International firm, taking advantage of of Rebecca Circle met this He told a newsman who to enforce Sunday: observance
counselor, George the longer between-seasons gap afternoon at 1 p.m. at the home Farmer of America In Honor Society. Her talent WILLIAM R. asked about his campaign plant baa greatly increased :,

Lcynes, tone chairman, and created by last winter' damaging I of Mri. Knepp. The board of was singing and guitar playing. FARRINGTONWilliam that Congress would adjourn In since the 1961 Supreme Court

Le. Johnson, all freeze, hat Just com director meets tonight at I in During one of her songs, "Go 77 mid-August and then he would action favoring Sunday laws,
president, Roy Farrington, ,
the pastor II id. In 1958 only 15
pleted a major expansion Chemists Will
pro the
from Lake Alfred; W E. Coke gram. Library-Conference Room. Way From My: Window", she of 12} Ave. E, SW, died early wage an "Intensive" nstate. had introduced a totalof
Lydla-Dorcas Circle meet also in "uphill" fight the
an against
-.r, deputy district: governor, of Universal Food Products, at g p.m. In the Parish Hall. was accompanied on the piano this morning after a long ill Republican candidate, cither (2 bills relating to Sunday
the Winter Inc. of concentrateand by Miss Ann Stephenson. a.... legislation. Since January, 1963,
Haven Club, and producer The Cherub Choir will meetat Rep. Robert Taft Jr. or Ohio
George Hack chilled juice, have placedin S Meet Thursday She was crowned by last A native of Cheshire Township 41 states have considered Sun
Jr., past pmi- p.m. Wednesday: Junior Allegan County, Mich., he Secretary of Stat Ted W. day laws In some form with
dent of the Haines City Lion. operation a $450.000 .ddl'l Choir at 1:30: and Chapel Choirat year's Sweetheart, Mrs. Faye moved to Winter Haven in 1930 Brown. nearly 250 bills being Intro
tion which company 4 p.m. The Church Choir will Ai for the primary Young
Edward M. Llndsey: third Lets Blake. from West Palm Beach. He was duced.A .
nounced will "Increase operat.1 rehearse at 7:30: p.m. Wednes The Lakeland Subsection of laid he would stay on the job
the Poitum
finalists auditor with
vice president of Lions Inter- log capacity tome 50 per cent. The six were judgedon an universal church in which
("national, and Dr. Walter Camp President Nash LeGette of day.The Thursday morning Midweek the American Chemical Society the basis of talent stage Cereal Company and the Bat. in Washington but probably distinction between denominations

bell, second vice president of Leesburg laid today that Universal Bible Clan will continue meets Thursday at I p.m. at appearance, and general beautyby tie Creek Cat Company of Battle would disappear seems
..LJoni International, were the "now has the capability IU study of I Corinthians the Polk Science Building, Florida a panel of high school faculty Creek Mich., and manager INSULTING PRESENT to be developing, the minister
:guest ipeaken. of processing 15,000 boxes of Jan. : on Southern College, Lake memberi.The of the West Palm Beach Gas TUNBRIDGE WELLS England said. He declared that such
a... In conjunction with the sold.'ti'tnter oranges a day compared to 23 at 9.30: a.m. Members contest was held beforea Company, and worked for the (UPI) John Tester, a church unity: would lead to less
conference, a meeting of before the facilities friends, and winter visitors art land. capacity house at Denison Central Florida Gas Companyin member of the choir at ChristChurch toleration for those minority:
10,000 new
the Uona sponsored Florida and equipment were added"He cordially Invited to attend this Dr. Robert D. Whitaker, assistant Junior High School auditorium. Winter Haven prior to bit for (0 yean, did not attend groups who through doctrinal
,Foundation for the Blind. IncorporaUd said\ in a normal .. Bible study hour professor of chemistry: The proceeds from the event retirement. services Sunday: because I conviction chose to retain ,
was held. It was reported .Mlil At 9 p.m. Thursday, the.Lu- at university: Of South Florida He was a member of the h* was rewarded for his tool their distinctive beliefs
the firm handle will into the Winter Haven :
expects t* over t h e r a n Women's Missionary will "The go
speak on Magneto
that the first annualstate First Church of Christ Scientist attendance with an "Insulting"present
two million boxes of Memorial Fund in ofa
oranges. League will meet In the Parish Effect." Precedingthe memory
drive for funds for the Optic ; a former member of the TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT TO
LeGette noted the expansion Hall. Mrs. McCausland of Lake. meeting members and I former FFA member, David
foundation. was a success. Winter Haven Kiwanis Club and He received only framed photographs
not only Increases handling K. Brengle.Cannery.
land son president, pre.sent friends will meet at the Crest
It was reported that the of the church and
i the F. It A. M. Masonic Lodge
Lions ion which contributed capacity but also improves operating an interesting program on Restaurant at 6:30: for dinner.A of Battle Creek, Mich. choir, which ht estimated cost
efficiency "Mite Boxes." Mn. Mrs. '.1 Mn. Chatter Is ..-
August Dative of Tampa Dr. Whit I
-tb. most money in the entire He is survived by his widow less than one pound $2.10)).
The major part of the expansion Bernthal it In charge of the aker attended public school tint a dtubU chin.
Uoni DI.trldI., which Inc Report Mrs. Verne M. Farrington of "Now I'll go and ling only Mri. $.t T.. muck wlrk for
ia extractionroom
eludes central and southwest a new program, and all members are there, and upon graduation Winter Haven; two daughters, when I feel like it," the 66en.,, I IUPPM
,Florida four to five times ai urged to bring their mite boxes from high school went to Washington -
wa the ion in which Mrs R. K. (Ruth) Cooper, and year-old Tester said.
large 11 the former one, with to this and Lee University,
-the five Lions Clubs located meeting.
are Mri. Janice F. Bissett, both Inside 14 Brigham PTA OPEN 1:45 P.M. DAILTContinuous
3n Winter Haven, Lake Alfred additional, modernized juice Grace Church Junior and where he received a B.S. degree 1 Shows Increase of Winter Haven and four
'Auburndalo, Eagle Lake and extraction equipment and a system Senior Walther Leagues will be in 1935.He News from 2 P.M.
EUslnes: City. to recover citrus peel oil. host to a Zone Bowling Rally completed hi* graduate grandchildren. Hospital
Funeral In lie.pt $8I cad SAT.
- The Lake Alfred Club tripled Other new facilities Include a on Saturday: Jan. 26. Registration work at the University of Florida Cannery receipts for the arrangements SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS
rat quota under the direction of fruit slier, Improved fruit unloading will be held at Havendale receiving a Ph. D. in Inorganic week ending Jan. 17 totaled charge of OttLaoghlin are in- Winter Haven Cntl..MS frtm I P.M.

:; rlan. whit the Halnei City and washing facllltes, Lanes from 12 to 1 p,m. Din chemistry in 1959. 2,485,593 boxes of citrus com later.complete and will be announced Mn. William T. Young, _... K
flub: surpassed IU quota by more automatic conveyors, ner will\ be served at 6 p.m. In He served as assistant pro- pared with 2,445,080 boxes the James W. Rowton Miss Joanne -
collecting more than four new boiler and boiler the Parish Itlll at Grace fessor of chemistry at Washington week before according to H. Brogden Baby DeannaW. .
3imM: the amount act by the which also houses an .1 Church. and Lee from 1959 to M. Riley, acting director of the DWIGHT MANNY West, Master Yvon Col-
::Club. The Haines City drive lounge-refreshment area, a 10 Next Sunday will be Evangelism 1962 when h* joined the faculty Division of Fruit and Vegetable Dwight Manny, 8T, of 1817 chlskl, Henry: A. Couch, Mn.
;wai under the direction of 000.pound capacity evaporator Sunday. Members are of South Florida. Inspection of the Florida Department 16th St., NW died Saturday Herschel O. McGill Rev. TODAY thru TUESDAYWARNING
fleorge Flack Jr. who was alsott2 a supplies storage building and invited to bring friends who do Hn research interests Include of Agriculture. night at a local rest home.A Thomas Knight, Edgar S.
>* director for the entire tone a shop for electricians and me not belong to any church to wor- the study of molecular The week's cannery totals native of Rockford 111., Barnhart, Harold F. Freder, !
-drive. chanics. I I ship with them. addition compounds of the Lewis are: Grapefruit 493,941, oranges he moved to Winter Haven Mrs. Vernon Brown.
add-base type. More specifically 1.890,864. tangerines 100,788. from there in 1953. He wai a re- Davenport
dlnitrogen tetroxide The lesson's totals 'STRAIT.JACKET'VMDLYDEPICTS
: cannery tired Insurance executlvt with Master Franklin S. Martin.
. systems and interhalogen systems ending Jan. 13, were: Grapefruit the Williams-Msnny-Stevens and Hainei City AXHAVEN

with various electron 4,995,507, oranges 11.111.- Engstrom Insurance Companyof )Ir.. Paul Bamborth. MURDERSICaRBE I
POLK PACKAGE INC. donors. He Is a member of several 058, tangerine 907408. Totals Rockford.He AuburndaleJoe
and state committee
local for the corresponding period
was a member of the Second J. Miller Mrs. Belle
A.C.S. and ii a memberof
of the last season: Grapefruit 6,092* Congregational Church of:
Swsnner, Marion B. Barber,
the Inorganic Subcommittee -
349, oranges 35,042,621, tangerInes
Rockford and attended St. Paul'sEpiscopal
D N.W. of the National A.C.S. Com James L. CarmlchaeL.
602 AVE. PHONE CY 4-4191 374,827. Church of Winter
mittee on Standardized Teats. for Lake Alfred
Weekly fruit shipments
Subsection Haven. He was a charter memo Mill Mary R. Davidson,
Officers of the Lakeland the week ending Jan. 17 totaled
ber' of the Rotary Club of Rock-
for 1964 art Dr. Kenneth boxes with Mrs. Charles H. Ouland.
I ford and former member of
L. Parks the week before.
Now OpenWHISKEY George J. Edwards, chairman- Th* week's shipment totals the Rotary Club of Winter Winter Haven

elect, and Donald R. Randolph, were: Grapefruit 552.844, oranges Haven. Mrs. Curtis Adams and infant IWJj
I He it survived by his widow,
secretary trearurer.Brigham 189,890 tangerines 37,061 I daughter, Mrs. Joyce A.
Mri. Anna L. (Ryan) Mannyof
temples 104.769, tangelos 1,393 Boyd Thomas Brogden, Russell
i SCOTCH l murcotts 11956. Winter Haven; a daughter, DePuy, R. M. Harrison,
PTA The ieaaon'1 shipment totals I Mri. Howard Wigell of Rock. Charles W. Hoffman Mrs.
EARLY TIMES i CUTTY SARK for period ending Jan. 13 were: ford, 111.; one grandson; one Ralph Lasaiter, Mrs. Fred I. COL
U OR To Hear Talk Grapefruit 8,617,926, oranges 3.- granddaughter; and two great Marsh Mrs. Albert A. Mln-
JACK DANIELS J & B 014,385, tangerines 2,092,846, I granddaughters.Funeral notte Mrs Aubrey K. Pee-

OLD GRAND-DAD SLACK & WHITE On Speech temples 291,408. tangelos 467. services will be held. pies, !Mri. Patsy M. Pratt
In Rockford under the direction
146, murcotti 5,422. Totals forth Mrs. Fred A. Warner, Matter Starts Wednesday
OLD TAYLOR HAIG & HAIL I Mri. Ruth Gissendaner, special corresponding period last I of Burpee-Wood Funeral Zachary L. Wilson.
education teacher in speech season: Grapefruit 6.411.165, Home with burial In Greenwood Haines City
WILD TURKEY r CHIVAS REGAL therapy ii scheduled to be the oranges 5,543,214, tangerine Cemetery there.OttLaughlin Tony L. Andrews 1 gy
guest speaker tomorrow nightat 1,550,988. Funeral Home Dundee
ETC. ETC. the regular Brigham Elementary was in charge of local arrange !Mrs. Willie Johnson and Infant

School PTA meeting.Mrs. menu. daughter

Glssendsner receivedher Funeral Auburndale
master degree at Florida CASE DISMISSEDA Mrs. Robbie Cain.

State University and has taught divorce suit, Oiceola Ben- Eagle Lake / WALT
Sunnybrook $425 Imperial $47 speech for 15 years 13 of themin DEWEY A. WHITEHEAD net Phillips va. Donald Eugene Mrs. James J. Kiddy and '.e"L"
the public schools of Flee Funeral services for DeweyA. Phillips, was dismissed. A court Infant son.
ida. She works with students Whitehead, 54, of Eloise, who record published last Wednesday Lake Alfred Tut tug nnu ss of
Fleischmanns from kindergarten age through died Thursday morning in a said that a final decree Mrs. William L. Luke
Pre,. $408 Old Crow $408 the sixth grade, with certain Bartow Hospital were held this had been granted, which was Davenport ICE 1NJONESsawwtoae
exceptions.She i morning at 10 from the Chapelof Incorrect Master Kenneth W. Rutter.
la presently Instructingtwo the Mitchell Funeral Home

.M. $371Seven dear children In Winter I with the Rev Dr. Albert L. DALE
Haven. One is in kindergarten Carnett, pastor of the First RESTAURANT FEATURE 1
and the other is only JVi\ yean Baptist Church officiating. ir DRIVE-IN *

.. old.The Burial followed In Lakeside Memorial MONQAV THEATRE
meeting Ii scheduled to ', Cemetery.
begin at T:30: and will\ be heldIn Mitchell Funeral Horn was SOUTHERNFRIED I Tenlte thru Tics. Hire
Crown $459Beefeaters the school auditorium. In charge of arrangtmenti. -la Cater-


Gin $576Gilbes John Crisp Funeral Home jtltVlil WITK I II74 UI, HOI IIOllI ANs) IUTTW JOCK MAHONEY I* .:

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., Public Hearing The Weather--Local State And National I Irw I Mrs. Brady To w' r.. trv

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Election Law 4 va Jane 28 v f' t' 4 /.eyF

b A public bearing on Florida's wM 1 COta Mrs. William Brady kai le- tn.j

election laws will be conducted "k. w.k cepted the city chairmanshipof + r 1a

in Lakeland Wednesday, at the 1964 Mother's March for

T:30 p.m. In the city commission the March of Dimes, It was
chambers In city hall. announced today by Campaign
State Sen. C. W (Bill) Young, Chairman, Clifton L. Howell, +
of St. Petersburg will preside rA1a. J Jr.
at the meeting called by the 6VO Mri Brady, the former Nan
Legislative Interim Election cy Huff, resides with her hut-
Study Committee. Five Senators ..... ,1 band and two children, at 821
and five members of the LAIR Piedmont Drive, SE
House of Representatives makeup Mri. Brady aald "We are
the study group. For purposes most grateful to the many 4w-I r' !a ter'
of the study the state ladies who have already vol.

has been divided into eight districts .. ..ra w ... unteered for the night of Jan. 1 t
with meetings scheduledin .r ., .7p,4 28 However we need many
all districts between now and S more if the Mother's MarchIs
tho 1965 session of the legis t XyY.1N0ur' to be successful in raising ( -1j
lature. Sen. Young is chairman NilRdyiv funds to continue and expandthe
of the local district. a Y e March of Dimes health
Members of the executive 0 w, rJ..r O program".
.d4'hs r+ %
committees of both political rtasr,era vf+t A major goal of this program

partiea have been invited -......-.---_. ".........._. .--.... --- Mrs. Brady explained Is
Young said. He emphasized that to provide the bent possiblecare
the public is invited and will SNOW AND RAIN Rain Is forecast along the Pacific coast with snow end for hundreds of thousandsof
be allowed to participate in the snow flurries in the north and central Rockies. Snow and snow flurries are predictedfor children crippled by birth .. -- -- --- c .
discussion. Revision of Florida Cooler weather Is slated for the and central 1 defects and arthritis.
the Appalachians. upper Mississippi MARCH CHAIRMAN NAMED Mrs. William Brady left, has been
election laws Is major objective
of the study a Valley with little change In .temperature elsewhere the Mrs March Brady of pointed Dimes out his that. named chairmen of the Mother March Campaign of the Winter Haven Are March of
Accompanying Young fromSt. nearly 70 treatment established Dimes, to b* held on Jan. 28. Helping map plans for the campaign are, fromjjtft to I
Petersburg will be Rep. Florida Zones through Tuesday. A few show centers at leading hospitals right, Clifton Howell Area March chairman Mrs Clayton Harmon, and Mri"Koy; .
Richard J. Deeb a memberof Panhandle era likely this afternoon. High TemperaturesBy throughout the nation. The centers Harmon.
the Pinellas House delega Clear to partly cloudy and today upper 7C's, low tonight according to a prominent .
tio II. mild today and Tuesdays Cooler about 70. South and southeast United Press International hospital director, will enable for support of the Salk Institute .
tonight with low In the 40's. winds mostly 10 to 20 miles per doctors to focus attention on for Biological Studies in
Another Secret High today in the 6O'a.North hour diminishing tonight Low High the needs of birth defect chil San Diego, California. Tampa Wholesale Plumbing &: Supply
Albuquerque ....... 22 50 dren knowing that "these- resources "But perhaps the most Important Of Winter Haven
Cloudy with showers today, Atlanta ....,...,... 47 119 then become availableto thing about the 1964
Satellite Fired a few locally heavy. Partly LOCAL OUTLOOK Birmingham .......45 83 far more Infants and chil March of Dimes", said Mrs. Headquarters for -All Types Pipes, Valves 1 Fittings
and Considerable cloudiness with Boston .,........ .33 45 dren than CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR
cloudy tonight Tuesday ? could possibly be Brady, "is the knowledge on .
VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. AIM a Compl.l. Stock f Pump alumbin
UP1)-The Air Force Sunday Cooler tonight. High today some scattered showers today, Chicago ........... 36 48 supported directly by the Marchof the part of each Mother's March .toch.nl..1 l A Intfultrlil auppli.
mainly in the upper 60's. low becoming partly cloudy tonightand Cleveland .,.....? 42 44 Dimes." volunteer that she Is giving new WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
lite launched from this another secret satel tonight in the 40's. Southerly tomorrow. High today in Denver .....,...... 25 42 Funds raised in January hope to parents and a greater 41k If 1 A... L, M.W. .* Uk Silver MiM Lois ..... ...ItM
West Coast mis-
tile base. winds 15 to 20 miles per hour, the 70'a, low tonight 53 to 63. Detroit ..........,43 45 1964 will also go for continued chance of a normal life to lit. CALL COLLECT 24-4247 WINTER HAVEN
The satellite employed locally a little higher in show Southery: winds mostly 12 to 20 Jacksonville ....... 51 63 assistance to polio victims and I tie children"
a era shifting to westerly and miles per hour today, diminish. Kansas City....,... 29 51
Thor Agena booster combination
diminishing later today and tonight :ing tonight. Small craft warn Los Angeles .,... .... 49 61
but no other details were Small craft warnings ings displayed north of Punta Miami .. ........... 68 75
disclosed in with
keeping Defense

displayed. Gorda along the west coast and Miami Beach ...... 69 72
Department policy on CentralConsiderable Cape Kennedy northward along Twin Cities ......... 16 32 a
such shots. cloudiness with the east coast. New Orleans ......... 52 71 11dc4
some scattered showers today New York ,..,...... 39 48
YOUNG BEU.IUNGERDONINGTON becoming partly cloudy tonight I Orlando ............117 67 tT A1J
England c U ll'h' ) and Tuesday High today In the Five Day Forecast Philadelphia ....... 38 47 .al( i .I I
-The bell.ringer st St. Mary's 70's, low tonight 53 to 63 South I Phoenix ............ 38 81
Church here is Clive Green erly winds mostly 12 to 20 miles Five day forecast for peninsular Raleigh ............35 49
who Is 4 years old. per hour today diminishing to- Florida for period beginning St. Louis ...,....... 37 61 of Winter Haven
night. Small craft warnings 7 p.m tonight and ending San Francisco ....... 53 57
displayed north of Punta Gorda 7 p.m. Saturday, Seattle ..........35 45
along the west coast and Cape Temperatures will average 2 Tampa ........ 60 66
Kennedy northward along the to 8 degrees above seasonal Washington .. ...... 34 47
INSURANCE east coast. normals with a slow warming
Southeast trend during most of period.
Flower FestivalSAN
+ SPECIALIST Partly cloudy and mild Normal highs range from 65 at
through Tuesday. A few ahow Tallahassee to 76 at West Palm REMO Italy (UPI) A e -
I era likely this afternoon High Beach and Miami Sample nor crowd of 70.000 persons attended .:
lames H. Cross today 75 to 80, low tonight in mal Iowa are Tallahassee 43, the opening of the annual) -: :\\'
the 60's Southerly winds most- Orlando 50, Miami M and Key European Flower Festival at
239A Third St.. S.W. ly 12 to 20 miles per hour diminishing West 65 Few scattered showers this Riviera resort Sunday
Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN tonight. Small craft likely with precipitation generally Folklore groups from 12 European Th Specialized Job of Savings and Loon Associate
warnings displayed north of : insignificant countries! attended.

CO. Partly cloudy and mid ARTICLES FOR SALE

C Life Group through Tuesday A few show
era likely this afternoon. High
Mortgage today 75 to 80, low tonight 65 to
Health & Disability 70. Southerly winds mostly 10 If You Want To BetterYour
Hospitalization to 20 miles per hour, diminish

e> Educational lug tonight.

Partly cloudy Keys and mild; CLASsiFIEO ( Living ConditionsTURN HAND


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|, A \ '. Ads mute .." .rV4ht I J. !. 100 billion dollars to Savings & Loan ,

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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefW. -Today'sCommentary- GOLDEN GLOVES I Washington Window

L RYNERSON. Edit.e-Pvblt.h.r

JOHN W. RYNERSON. ....I..lIt .. the ublliri.r

Published daily. (....*. S.rureey. ) by aha Will'.' Have. By LYLE C. WILSON way would have become an

vbllihlnf C., Int., lit Ire1 Sfree. N.W. Wln .r Haven FI..,."* 31 United Press International American memory. Another 30

CHARLES 60SHORN G.n.r.l lo4u..., By PHIL NEWSOM American citizens should be years ment could of ipendorama achieve all of govern that.
UPI Foreign News Analyst between shame and
JACK BEAHAN e ......I.t. EdiU Indonesia this week as they hear That la the direction In which
Style Diplomacy alarm
the leaders of the United States ,
PETER J. SULLIVAN ........1.1.. 104..... Interesting was the fact that i ) from their President that the are leading. Two of our recent
even before Indonesian President US. government again must
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE billions to Its bills. presidents never once achieved
Sukarno met with US. borrow pay
51.i.. I Aiiecntit. Ins, Chi..... III.Enhnd Atty Gen. Robert F. Kennedyto a ,4iODQ The shame belongs mostly to balanced a Treasury budget surplus while or,in even office.a

.I ,. Second CI... Mill M.H.r S.,.. i, It 14 *t the Pit Office seek a peaceful solution to politicians who have collaborated They were Franklin D. Roose

I. Winter H*.en. Florid., under .ct .f Marsh MI7t I the Malaysian problem, Sukar over the years in the reckless velt and John F. Kennedy. Ken.
no already had been icheduled policy of deficit financing '
nedy piled a spending deficit
la principal speaker at an sntl- President Johnson will tell
MEMIER AUDIT IUREAUOF Malaysia rally In Jkarta. The ; : i'r the Congress Tuesday that he of nearly $18 billion during \fitfe.
i brief time in office -
CIRCULATIONS rally scheduled to last the rest : expects a $4.9 billion deficit in ;*j,

_... ..... of the week amid anti.Malayiia the 1965 fiscal year. That will JFK sent to Congress a 1963

and Imperialist slogans, lain f v be Johnson deficit No. 1. fI.ca.llear budget message predicting

-Active- M.rnbr UNITED PRESS MEMBER INTERNATIONAL the Sukarno Sports Palace. The U. S. government has a surplus of about $45T:;

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unit.1 Pratt It .entitle! (. the .... Final resolutions are expectedto been in the red In 28 of the millions That fiscal year ended-;

ASSOCIATION fez feulletin .1I1..I.wt l print endorse the fight against S past 33 years. There has been with a $62 billion deficit. The

1964 .i In this ntwieiaer *| weal" tl all UPI Malaysia to attack the US.7lh i a Treasury surplus only six 1964 fiscal year deficit also will

"1 N... D.i.et.h... Fleet and to criticize U.S. t i times since 1930. That is a run into billions and many
r '
ADVERTISING DEADLINE "imperialism" In Korea Cam Y ty Myd shameful record. If the politicians of them. :

CLASSIFIED; DEPARTMENT bodia Viet Nam Laos and Pan Nf bsCiIpMD and the voters lack the The odds are against Presf"-:,

Iftn* Were1 I P.M. Preview D.,. ly .n. Inch I .104. Pr.vl.y. Day ama. The rally also la expected grace to be ashamed they dent Johnson scoring a budget
l.f.l Netleeit I P,M. Prtvieut D.,. Sunday E"ltl! DtiaMln. Friday to advocate the takeoverof should have the wit at least to balance in the one, five or nine.

DISPLAY I DEPARTMENT I ITu..tI. British and American proper- be frightened by this extraordinary years he may preside In the"
Sunday lditi.ii-1 P.M. Thursdays Monday Editlon-1 P.M. Md.yi tin In Indonesia. Sukarno has record of loose living by White House. LBJ is tied to apolitical "

., Edition-Noon Saturday; W.dn.id.y, Thursday end Friday I vowed to crush the new state U. S. party which Is tied to
the government.
[dltient-1 P.M. Tw. Days In AtI..II...
of Malaysia which he contends These repeated deficits have I pressure groups which are tiedto

M.mb.r Southern N.wip.p.r Publliri.n Ait.ci.tlon; Is an example of British neo been a major factor in the I big spending.Dwight .

M.mb.r Florid. Pratt Auoel.tien colonialism. rotting of the purchasing power D. Eisenhower had

SUISCRIPTION RATES Southeast Asia Summit of the U,S. dollar. The 92.50 three surplus years, 1956.57.60,

ly Carrier .. Mail The Cambodian capital of QP haircut and the 25 cent bus and was proud of them. The Re.

Year $".201) i month, ft.10; 1 month. $4.(Si, I month, $1.51, Fhnom Penh now appears the ride have arrived. The Bureau publican 80th Congress forced
"" ,.kly. IS conti. Single Cop..11 Duly I *nti| Sunday, 10 ctnti. likely site of a summit meeting of Labor Statistics! reportedthis surpluses on Harry S. Truman

between Malaysian Premier week that the U.S. dollar In 194748 for which he apparently
... .
Tengku Abdul Rahman and epygpAlmanac had lost 55 cents of its purchasing never forgave the

Philippine President Diosdado power In the past 25 legislator. HST also was in the
Macapagal The Philippines also black In fiscal 1951.
These the of
years were years
A Thought For Today oppose Malaysia because of deficit spending during which

traditional claims on North Bor. the public debt exploded from

neo. However, the Philippines about S40 billion (in 1939) to -Memories- .

,"Bt cartful for nothing; but in everything by opposition Is less violent than $310 billion todsy.
that shown by Indonesia and
The dollar saved in 1939
and supplication (petition) with thanksgivinglet you .'
prayer Macapagal seems to have been is now worth just 45 cent. in 20 YEARS AGO

your request be made known unto God. Phil. 4t seeking some sort of compromise purchasing power If you saved Dr. T. C Keramidas was

Macapagal would prefer dollar in the 194T 49 from the ranks of
Believing prayer 1 is the cure for anxiety and a period promoted
the meeting to be held In Manila and still have it in the bank, Major to Lt. Col. The physicianhad
worry. Albert L. Carnett
but not object to it will buy about 78 cents worthof been on duty with the

Phnom Penh where he also TelevisionBy I In Reviewas groceries compsred to its i medical corps in the Southwest
might have a chance to workon
take when you salted that buck Pacific.
News-Chief EditorialsBefore the dispute between the way. I 10 YEARS AGO
United States and Cambodia RICK DU BROW a work of art herself a lovely
British Committed By United Press International Your dollar put In the bank A tentative unofficial State
: HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Not guest to have for an hour. in 195T59 Is worth a fraction Road construction budget indicated .
In the dispute between Indonesia Today II Monday Jan 20. the
And it is that color television of a cent more than 93 cents to that nearly $8 millionIn
a pity
Vote and Malaysia the British 20th day of 1964 with 348 to long ago, Los Angeles newspa
They day. From October to Novemer construction would be done
is not in
Ire firmly committed to Malay- follow. per readers were amazed and yet everyone'shome
of last year the U.S. dollsr in Polk County with a large
The national solons aren't quite lure what the Civil that ala'a the protection.British One Investment reason In Is first The moon is approaching its delighted at seeing in print a for that was the splendor shrank by two tenths of a cent. portion of it being roads feeding

quarter. painting by a professional basketball Sunday night.A Not much maybe But over the into the Winter Haven area. .
Rights package contains, or so Syd Herlonr, congress Malaysian tin, lumber, rubber The evening stars are Venus,
and other resources is reportedeven Jupiter and Ssturn. player, Gene Wiley of few other thoughts, howev years the shrinkage has been I YEARS AGO
man from up Orange county way says. He says that the enormous. The country Is well City officials wanted to reactivate -
greater than British holdings On this day in history: the sports columnist Jim Murray er Perhaps art expert
about one out of 60 congressmen knows exactly what is In India which Is on the way to a two bit dollar. the comic book and:
geographically In
1801 John Marshall of Virginia Wiley, who picked cotton found In Sunday night's display
in the bill. That is too important bill to have such 10 times the size of Ma. named Thereafter the buck could shrink magazine board of review which
a a was chief Justiceof for a living! at one time, paints ] a wondrous! threst of
some more. If It could shrink had been established here lev.
lack of laysls. The British had hoped the Supreme Court. and this glimpsing so many great works
knowledge so evident. Our Congressman Jim ai a hobby, revelation to no value at all. eral years before In an attempt '
that establishment .
of the
new In 188T, the U.S. Senate But
approved as one thoroughly untutored
Haley has studied the bill and is not for it in its present state of Malaysia would insure the leasing of Pearl gave the a often suddenly distant human subject aspectto of in the subject of art, At that point we would be a to keep what was called

Instant enabling I nation of bankrupts In a obscene literature off newsstands. .
form. stability them Harbor, in the Hawaiian Islands this viewer wished that NBC
.. .. thelrliiniicommitment r bankrupt nation The American ;
to art.Thus
-- cut down on base
we have read every line that we have been able to ai a for the U.S. Sunday night, In NBCTV' had followed more closely Its
In the area. The Navy. title: "The Art of Collecting"
hour about notable
jet our hands on and we don't believe that anyone wants opposite has been true. Indonesian In 1938 King George V of England art collections the most divert. Most of the paintings and art

this bill. It isn't a bill that win particularly help any opposition and guerrilla died with his ton succeeding ing moments for the .layman objects were passed over without ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL.

race creed or color. It la a bill that is going to give raids Into Borneo are forcing to the throne as Edward again "' that revealed any lucid. explanation ol i
them to rclnforc instead. VIII. human elements of surprise their relevance to the particu WDIO-TV WHATVCh WFTV-TV W7VT-TV 1 1Chae.el
about 10 per cent civil rights and 90 per cent extensionof De Gaulle News Conference: In 1941 Franklin D. Rooseveltwas The possessions of a Fullerton:, tar collections As a layman 5 .*.Ml, I c...... t e...... IS

federal control over the livns of the people and over At his Jan. 31 news conference inaugurated for his third Calif, businessman, and a Seattle one wished that fewer collections CIS NBC AIC CISTerns ,
French President Charles I term as President. Orl.ade Terns.* Ortm.lt '*
EVERY business. It is a vicious bill and has so many de Gaulle li expected to bringup airline pilot. had been explored-ssy

hidden elements that it is not going to do what his Three other collections were one or two-snd that they had
any ''our.again proposal for a A thought for the day Arew also displayed those of Gov been explored from end to end, Monday NIGHT January 20
group wants. power conference of the hours after Italy] declaredwar
revealing the logical and
Nelson Rockefeller who was on steps
By this legislative sleight-of-hand every man, wo- and United France States to, discuss Russia his Britain on France Franklin D. hand at his mansion In Albany, experiences that brought together .:00.-Newi N.w., 511...., Neon, W..tr.r Pulu N.wtIS .
plan Roosevelt said "On this tenth
: N.Y. of New York investment art and collector.The ': -Spe-rti. Wtn r Wt.lh.r EdiUrl.l, 511'" Pull. Recap .
and child in the nation would be the ;
man deprived of for[ an agreement to ban vehicles day of June 1940 the hand that banker Robert Lehman andiof ':30-CIS News NIC News ABC N... CIS N.w.

rights the bill is supposed to give. This bill isn't whatis for launching nuclear held the dagger has struck it Interior de lner.architect; Alex. Channel Swim: Rep. *:45-CIS New NIC N.w. Orbit CIS New
weapons. Into the back of its neighbor,"
wanted or needed. ander Girard of Santa Fe, Oren Harris, who heads Congress 7:00-Dlo..t Y*.. Dent S., H... Gun, M.vl.

lie lie DC N.M. Yet It was the unexpected longtime probe of television 7.15-Dg..r Y.. D.," Say Will Travel Ma.l*
i I collectors the businessman ratings, should be fsscln- 7i30.-T. Tell Truth M.nJ.y it Outer Limit M.vl*

Slowly But Surely -Quotes From The News- (Norton Simon) and the pilot ated by an appraisal by Variety 7i l-T. Tell Truth the M.vl.i Outer Limits Merle .

(John Denman), who made the the show business weekly, I:00-I'v. AS..... MonJiy *t Out., Limits Mevl

Don't give up we understand that slowly but surely By United Press International "I believe this exchange of most impressive examples of of the status of the numbers I:IS-IV. A Secret the MavlM Out. Limits Movie
system; the publication I:30-Lucy Sh.... Mondiy it W.,.. Train Movie
letters offers real hope for that the linking of everyday life and says
thfe> Lucerne Park road ia going to become a reality. We COLUMBUS, Ohio John A. kind of and that universal greatness. that "this season more than I:4S-Lucy Show. the M.vi.l Wage True Movie

were told the other night that rights-of-ways will be ad. er Wlethe in ,Cincinnati Democratic on party astronaut lead. shared progress by all- peace-loving hopeIs Simon, the businessman was ever the shrewd buyers" are f:00-Dinny Theme Monday t Wept Triin Danny Themes,;.

vertised within a few days. That of course means that John H. Glenn's bid for the men in every land." perhaps the most effective following" the rating firm "form fill-Danny Themes the Movie W.,.. T.III! D.nny Th.", ..,.
guest explaining explicitly witha sheets. f:30-Andy Griffith H.llyw..tI.! W.,.. Trim Andy Griffith ,
thy county and state are actually getting ready to purchase senatorial nomination: reasonable passion of the relationship New York City's educational '! $-Andy Griffith Th. Stan W.a Trim Andy Griffith

the necessary land. Then we expect that it will "You have a great national WASHINGTON A state of art to understanding television station is seeking a
10 00 E.it Sid./ ..
ment proposed by the Federal : Sine Alont *.kln' Point East Sid./
have to be resurveyed and checked a couple of more hero and it isn't easy to turn Trade Commission for use during others and how Impor. second channel to help high 10:IS- West Sid. with" Mitch ....kln' Feint W.., Side

times. After this the of the him down. You can draw your radio television tint that is in a world obsessed school dropout and adults who 10:30-E.it Sid.Sina Along ....klll, Point East Sid./
comes letting spot
contracts, or own conclusions on the effect it every or with material things like lack literacy. I 10:4S- West Sid with" Mitch ....kln' Point W... Sid
rather the asking for bids then the has the commercial on cigarettes:
letting of contractsdon't on people. bombs, high finance and the
"Caution: Cigarette smokingIs Oo.-N.w.. N.wi, Spt, Wtr N.wilin N.wi, Sporfi "
-,? get impatient; this will probably take the bet. dangerous to health. It may economy, Denman also made a INSURES COLLECTORS:: I hll-S....., Wth.r Tonight Shaw Itori.l, Wth.r Wth.r, Etorl.l

ter part of another year. After all we've been working WASHINGTON President cause death from cancer and worthy interviewie when he LONDON (UPI)-The British I 11:30-TK..'r. .f T.n.tht Show L.t. Skew R..*rlng20s

oil this 15 there's Johnson, In his reply to Premier other diseases.. was asked what his fellow government is Insuring its inland 11:41the Stan Tonight Show Late Show Rrna.20s!
some particular
years, no rush-Just Nikita Khrushchev's message pilots and neighbors thought revenue tax collectors

get it done before many of us expire. in which the Soviet BATON ROUGE, La-Mlml about his collecting lie replied against angry citizens who do Tuesday MORNING January 21

leader urged signing of a dec. Finegold a white worker for with eminent sense that he not like to pay up.

DISTURBED CHARACTERS criminals but merely emotionally aration renouncing use of force the Congress of Racial Equality really wasn't concerned with The Insurance plan covers 7,00-M.vl. T.J.y Show Geed D.y

SAN QUENTIN, Calif. (UPI) disturbed in territorial disputes: asking for an FBI probe of what they thought that it was death or Injury for tax collectors 7:1..0.1.! T.d.y Show Now Goad Diy

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in the San Quentin Prison one thing that disturbed "We feel the local authorities Interviewer of of up to $2,800 for loss of Good DifI I
our personalities most RADIO the hour was NBC's art critic, limbs, sight or total disable
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,"_ __ n ,_.... ;J Xi Beta O's DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Monday, January 20, 1963 Page S r _


Mrs. Dilg i ia

Mrs. George Dug of The
Little Studio showed mem-
ben of Xi Beta Omicron a
series of beautiful color slides
in presentation of the pro-
trim "A Gateway of Beauty
for Your Home." The tildes,
b. put out by the Celanese Cor
poration showed beautiful
room setting: using color lavishly .
in walls and
5 draperies.upholstery Emphasis, of EJtu, by OlIAIC ClllS

course was on the wonderfulnew Ito
miracle fabrics such ai
Fortrel and Celaperm whichare Around The Town

easy to care for. Mrs.
Dill explained the return of
fabric wall coverings and To
many treatments.new and novel window Back England

: Following the showing of the

color slides and accompany After Visit Here
tog narration, Mrs. Dug displayed
many of the fabrics
} used in the pictures so her Mr. and Mm. Leslie Peacock of Huntingdon, e
1 audience could feel the texture 1 ..P
and see first.hand these England, are flying home by jet liner after a ten
beautiful fabrics. week visit with their daughter Mrs C. E. (Tunney) .a 1 I

Mrs. Dilg was Introduced to Rogers, of Winter Haven. They love Florida after -

the group by XI Beta Oml seeing all the local scenic attractions. They also en. NEWCOMERS
coon member, Mrs. J. Gor -
don Jennings who gave a resume joyed the Florida sunshine and weather which is The welcome mat fs out to Mr. and Mrs George Mercer end daughter, Us*. I

[LADIES. CARD DAY of Mrs. Dilg's experience quite a contrast to the weather to which they are They moved to Winter Haven from their former home In Ohio and are residing -
Mrs. Thomas V. Snivel Sr., sealed, and Mrs. In the interior decorating returning. In leisure Shores. Mr Mercer: Is with Christ Auto Parts and Mrt. Mercer

Malcolm Peters ere chairmen of the first Ladles field. tinat Dref.siionallv.

Card Day at the Lake Region! Yacht: and Country program Immediately members following met at the the Hiss Elisabeth filers has Mr. and Mrs. Richard

Club Wednesday Club members are to make up home of Miss Helen Covert returned to her home in Miami Maiden and family have
their own tables, and may take nonmember for their business meetingand after spending a week moved here from Lakeland. Herman Cone New Arrivals .
ue ts. Prins will be awarded for every table refreshments.Chief They are residing on Marilyn
here with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
NW. Mr. Maulden Is a salesman
hoie Interested may go and play bridge at topics of discussion Duckworth and Mr. and Mrs. for Olympic Manufacturing Announcement Is being I Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ray are the proud parents of a daughter .
eleven a.m. or go for the luncheon: at one were Founders' Day and Con. born at 2U: a.m. yesterday In the Winter Haven Hospital.
made of the of Mra.
r o'clock and remain for bridge In the afternoon ventlon plans and a rummage Wallace Johnson.Mr. Company. marriage The
Jane 0. Herman daughter of baby weighed In at six pounds, twelve and a half ounces
sale which will be held
Reservations are requested. The Naomi Circle and has been named Mary Blair. The grandparents are Mr.
of the Mrs. Artie M, Ober to W.
January 25 at the Fire Sts.tion and Mrs. R. J. Green.lee
Methodist and Mrs. Bob Ray of Winter Haven and Mr and Mrs. H. C.
Trinity Church wIn M. Cone, on Friday January17th
in Eloise. Mrs. W. C. have arrived from their
meet at two o'clock tomorrow at eleven a,m. in the Dulany of Kensington, Md.
Legion Auxiliary Members Henson is chairman of the home in Boston Mas for a
winter vacation.Mrs. afternoon at the home of Mrs. Parkland Baptist Church with Mr. and Mra. Chuck B. Froemke are the parents of a son
A sale.Ringmolds of fruit in gelatin A. W, Heber, 2722 Avenue U, the Rev. Gene Hitchcock of. Charles Barber Fromeke Jr., born January loth in the Winter .
i Entertained With Supper and coffee were servedto Ralph Ships, Mrs. NW. ficiating. Haven Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds and thirteen
AVe Johnnie F. Moore la After a trip to Atlanta, Ga., .
: those attending, Mesdames Mae Sinyard and Mrs. Annie ounces at birth.A
m.The Junior members of the president of the Junior Group being reassigned to Brook.
Charles Coon Tom R. Frakes, Barnes were hostesses at the Mr and Mrs. Cone will return
American Legion Auxiliarywere' conducted a number of W. D. Fultx Murray Gay, home of the former recentlyto ley AFB, Ala. following his to their home here, son was born at 2:28: p.m. Friday in the local hospitalto
hostesses graduation from the technical Mr. and Mrs. Jack II. Vanllart. The baby tipped the Kales
Saturday games. Musical chairs char B. Joe Giles Charmalne the members of the Pauly.
{Bight at a covered dish supJ ades, group singing, and Graves W. H. Harlan III, dun Class of the Baptist medical training records course for USAF at six pounds fourteen and a half ouncea.A .

J per J for their parents, and dancing were among the W. C. Henson I. G. Jennings Church. Mrt. Barnes showed Gunter AFB. Ala.specialists Airman at Community aeven pound two ounce son was born at 1:54: p,m. Sat.
Dwight Lewis John Wilder moving pictures taken at the urday In the local to Mr. and Mrs.
friends who are members of many things planned by the :Moore ", .trained in hospital hospital Morton J. Haalon.
and Miss Covert. class Christmas party.
the* American Legion and its\ young people. administrative pro c edures DemonstrationClub Mr. and Mrs Curtis Adams are receiving congratulationson

1IxlUal'1. They spent the including maintenanceof the birth of a daughter The junior miss arrived at 11:54:
day in the club cleaning clinical record. and pre. Has SessionThe p.m. Friday weighing six pounds and five ouncea.
rooms paration of medical dental
and preparing for the rD&ttie :De r tes and veterinary reports. He is Winter Haven Com Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Prochaika are announcing the
upper and were rewarded the ton of Mr. and Mrs. H. munity Home Demonstration birth of a daughter Saturday at 2.48: p.m. in the community
with over fifty attending. I 4 F, Moore of Eagle Lake Club met recently at the homeof hospital. The baby weighed in at seven pounds, fifteen and a
P Commander Slim Summer Mrs. C. L. Loy when Mrs. half ounces.A .
tale and Mra. Lonnie the Ruth Elkins presented a .
Miss Joanne Oman
,, a
senior and
," son, weighing eight pounds four ounces was born
foods and
President on nutrition.
omit took advantage -
at Newcomb College, and at 4.12: Saturday In the local .
of the ,together toi Miss Margaret Frishe a The club won the prize for p.m. hospital to Mr. and Mrs.Melvin
i conduct aome special bust.e sophomore, at the New Orleans the best attendance at the T. Hughes.
.... matters. Mrs. Ivy pre. women's liberal arts division recent demonstration of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Davis Jr. are the parents of a son.
i tented the American Legion of Tulane University, Christmas foods, sponsoredby The baby arrived In the local hospital at S.37: p.m. Saturday
with a check for $1.500 lorI will sing with the 60-voice Tu-1 the Tampa Electric Com weighing eight pounds and eleven ouncea.
the building fund. The check lane.Newcomb. A Cappella pany.
"1 Mr. and Mrs Owen Olsrn are announcing the birth
was turned over to Chairman Choir on its 1964 concert tour Officers for the new year a
, of the building committee are: Mrs. Gene Rowland pound, three and a halt ounce aon at 4:09 a.m. yesterday
...t> H<::If TJ YIt1IW January February 12. Concerts '
in the local hospital.
: BID Clarke. Mr. Summerville will be presented In president; Mrs. Bob Yalta,
tttnoanced that with the Lake Charles, La., Houston vice president; Mrs. H. L. A daughter was beta at 1:411: p.m. yesterday In the local
abound breaking ceremony and Corpus { Thrliti Tex. and Larson, secretary treasurer hospital to Mr. and Mra. Pail Bamfortli of lines City. The
taking place and the contractor t1 t IJO six cities In Mexico; Mexico and Mrs. Roy Dixon, treasurer baby weighed eight pounds alx and a quarter ounces.
an ready to start construction r City Monterrey Morelia Sal. ,
it wIn be only a Mrs. R. L. Wells welcomed .
tillo San Luis Potosi and was - - -
matter of a few months before Guadalajara aa a new member. ,
the organizations wIn be R The next meeting will beheld II I
la their new home on Lake V The Welcome Wagon Club at the home of Mrs. H. I

Silver. will have a luncheon at E. Larson I
Members of the Auxiliarypresent _
twelve noon tomorrow at the

on the took annual tentative food booth.action i-Mix WLL1RA N wTivor ui '; 11CE S'TbRi f SauTIOHI played Moose Lodge.during Cards the afternoon.will be Cootiette Club I

They decided that subject to
the ratification of the unit Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hall I.
they would have a food boothat Put Your Heirlooms To Work Mini B and sons have moved to Winter Talk I.I.
the Citrus Exposition. Haven from their former
Mrs. HolmesThe
J. W. Glass, chairmanof I.r
arrangements for feedIng 1. Make the milt of what tinctlve look to any room. Miniature Coffee home In Maine. They are re-
the I.I
aiding in North Lake Shipp
the hundreds of visitors you inherit, and mix your Above an old clock case Winter Haven-Auburn-
makes handsome cabinet for Drive. dale Cootiette Club No. 171
at the Horse Cake For Each
and participants periods as well as your paints. ,
is displaying miniatures. met in the home of Mrs. I
ahow which the Legion There Is nothing like the The Eagle Lake Cancer I
Clara Weber for Its meeting.
thenecessary I. Two flve..nd.ten cutlery
about Of CoffeeThere
sponsoring, spoke patina of old wood to take the Cup Unit will meet tomorrow
Mrs. Ruth Holmes, VAVS
help needed. Members trays In plastic or wood makea I
shine off apartment and from nine until twelve noon
a new
Representative of Bay Pines
call her this effective wall treatmentfor If
are urged give it that lived-in look. A is nothing friendlier in the community house. All
Hospital was present to
their services. a child's room. Fastenedto I II f
and offer Il'
than Invitation to coffee.It .
the brief business was pair of chairs you Inheritedor the wall above junior'sdesk an interested ladies are invitedto make the yearly Inspection of
After an old chest bought at an needn't be a formal afternoon attend and take their the local club. Mrs. Holmes 1
attended to, Cathy Baugh the auction can add flavor to any will ,take this care ingenious of his solution small party with fancy sandwiches needles thread and scissors. spoke of the Importance of I I II
room. In the room above, the well and the silver sere the Volunteer Worker at the l't
built-in bookshelves are the things aa as being easyon ice. A relaxing, informal Marine PFC. William II. VA Hospital.
MD unifying element that makesit the budgetWally fathering In mid.morning- Fuller Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Hammerle,
Richard G. O'Leary, possible to combine the old when a mother can really Mrs. William H. Fuller 1000 President announced electionof I II
Announces and the new. They will not enjoy that second cup of North Lake Otis Drive, I. officers will be held at the I
only show off your pieces to coffee-la the warmest way scheduled to be graduated February meeting which will "
the Association: of advantage but will help keep to entertain old friends or January 24 from Aviation Ordinance be held at her home In Au- I..
them from looking out of Introduce new ones to the School at the Naval burndale.Mrs. .
John H. Ford, Jr., MD place. neighbors. Air Technical Training Unit Esther Atvas, an out I

for the Practice of 2. If you are t collector, Instead of a traditional coffee Jacksonville. Upon completing of state member was' a visitor II
you will want other peopleto ring or rounds of doughnuts the course, the ordinance- and assisted Mrs. Weber I
Obstetrics andGynacology shire your pride and joy. r or buns, serve these delicious men are transferred to ships during the evening. I II.
Used individually a m a 11 little Individual coffee and stations throughout the 1 I.I
things are meaningless and cakes. It takes ao little time world.
13 5 First Street N. easily lost. Group your buttons and effort to make them. He was a man who knew ,II I
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!Pagv Trial Begins Dr.Canners Black To TalkThe Hear Jury Selection IActivities Of Interest Underwriter LAKELAND No Frost(UPI) The I Polk Accident

morning temperature bulletin

_ Today In Death lion at the will meeting Florida Haven hold Thursday Its Hotel.Canners monthly Assocl at luncheon 12:30:!! Begins forHoffa's 'To Haven Tourist ClubThe I Moves HereWilliam Bureau from Forcast the: for Lakeland peninsular Weather Florida : Kills Three Men

tonight/ and Tuesday ;
Speaker for the meeting will Annual Cake Walk I Is set Winter Haven Tourist Club F. Poole III, chartered morning for I MIAMI (UPI) Two trafflj

E Of Minister be Dr. William -Black, dire TrialCHATI'ANOOCA. for Tuesday Evening by the Schedule for the coming week. life underwriter with over Showers central and southern smashups claimed liz live ta
tor of economic and marketing Winter Haven Tourist Club at ) 10 of helpln
Monday-l: Needle craft; years experience districts this afternoon, ending Florida over the weekend n Un

dlS: JACKSONVILLE (UPI) research mission. Florida Citrus Com T e an. the Civic Center on Lake Silver 7 p.m. Sing A Long-7:31games. people in central Florida solve early tonight Clearing and death count for the period Jm.
Drive. and business
estate planning north and central partly
PET! Sara Thelma Luckle went on (UPI) Teamsters President cooler least nine.
Dr. Black will bed to at
- speak on "The Feminine members of the Tueaday-9:30 am. Choral Insurance problems, baa an: cloudy and cooler southern
trial today the on manslaughter Competition to Florida Citrus James Hoffa's trial on jury Winter Haven Tourist Club wU Practice 7:30: p.m. Cake Walk. nounred ht ia now making his districts. Lowest temperatures: i Three University of Tampt
II,,, charges In slaying of a Producta." tampering charges, delayed for students were killed
borne in Winter Ha. Suwan- and
40 i i
minister she said put forth their beat culinary Wednesday 1:30: Ladle permanent Ranging from 38 to
- Baptist was months and moved here from fourth badly injured when
Ell her lover. efforts for the clubs annual Card Party; 8 pm. Round nee and Gainesville districts to their
Nashville, got underway today Cake Dance directed Mr. and ven.Poole central and the SO'i car skidded broadside Into a
Walk at 7:30: p.m. Tue by managing agent for the 40'a
Some 200
persona were sum under tight security Bartow
- mooed as prospective Jurors In Driver Charged; tions.A precau day at the Civic Center. Mrs. Rusa Debaun. Music furnished this section of Florida for Indianapolis southern! districts. train nlRht.The. near Saturday
by M ullOfo'. Orchestra for Tuesday: Fair
Company Forcast
Life Insurance -
anticipation that many would be dozen deputy VS. marshal. All the ladies of the dub wreck which
challenged by prosecution and were stationed at the entrance are being urged to donate a from Lakeland. Donation fifty Is also senior partner I in and mild. Road 60 occurred on
State one mile
cake. cents. Open to the public. the Estate and Business Insurance Future temperature outlook: west
defense to the federal .
attorneys. After courtroom, checkIng small town of
ChaseTwo of the
/ No frost
Thursday 7.30 and the Cool Tuesday night.
: Progressive Planning Co.,
- Criminal Court Judge Hina credentials of all who Proceeds of this Cake Walk Card Party.Tuesdsy2. Profit Sharing Service Company danger through Wednesd'1.faly's took the lives of William M':
G. Tansler expecting overflow entered. will go to the club'i floral fund. Blatz 18 of Fort Laudwdale
crowds at the trial said the Winter Haven police of. One.hundred prospective jur. Mr. Wlllard Lines; Chairman party. p.m. Shuffleboard I both are consulting firmsA Frank A. Costello Jr., 21, Eluj.;
of Yale UniversityPoole ,
courtroom would not be to finer chase ora-two thirds of them men- assisted by Albert Arnuris Wil graduate
open gave to a pickup Friday-2 Shuffleboard served naval office ( San Pietro beth N.J., and Joseph MackLeanls .
the public until the six-member truck early yesterdsy morning were present when U.S. Distrlc lIam Stewart Ben Mann and party.Saturday, p.m. World as War a II. He baa of Rlverdale, NJ.
jury Is chosen. The after the Court Judge Frank Wilson the the board of during
large num- driver of the vehicle men on di.
2 Shuffleboard Life One
held the coveted Chartered (Continued From Page )
- her of prospective jurors were refused to stop on request. The opened the trial at 901 am, i rectors, President GarrisonAmbrose p.m.
Tournament at the Winter Ha- Underwriter designation sine
EST i with the Virtuosi dl Roma from
expected to fill most of the chase lasted four blocks. Chambers, Russe ReRegisterFrom
CH; H seats.I Grady Chalney, 29, of Winter One of the first orders of Rose and George Rodell. Mrs ven Center Tourist with Club at the Civic 1951. He Is a past qualifyln ita i inception. He la a highly accomplished .
the Winter Have member of the
I: The Jacksonville housewife Haven, driver of the truck, was business was expected to be I Cbloria Garrison and Mrs Shuffleboard Club.ArmyNavy. million repeating dollar round table and violinist and a student 9 to 9

pi"; and 40.year.old mother of three charged with reckless driving request by Hoffa's attorneys to George Rode! will take charge has received the National Qua and teacher of conductors
I children testified st a prelim-! while drinking, no driver' subpoena Atty. Gen. Robert of the cakea. five In i Italy. Winter Haven residents will
| nary hearing last May that the license, and resisting arrest. Kennedy aa a witness. Pianist's who will play for Store ity Award for the past The San Pietro became an be able to register tomorrow

I Rev. George Earl Hodges! pastor Howard Dempsy Bishop, 44, The defense filed at least six the Walk are: Mrs. Mabel yeara. with fell wife, Immediate I success, both in Italy I from 9 am. to 9 pm.
- of the Big Beaver Street 108 Magnolia Ave. SW own motions during the first hour of Lines Mrs. Ruth Morrill and Ransacked HereAndy Poole, along Leslie 4 and and abroad, chiefly because of i The night opening has been

.:.Baptist: Church, had been her er and passenger was arrested the trial. They Involved mostly! Mrs. Dewie Mae Gunther. Amembers Thornal of the daughter, age movedto the talent of Its conductor and set up to allow those voters
David 3 recently
challenges of the "array of ju I manager son, the caliber of the ensemble. who work to .
lover for nearly three years. for intoxication. I and guests are Army.Navy Store, 338 MagnolIa/ Winter Haven from Lake
She said that he was shot I J. D. Pope Jr. was the arrestIng rori" and requests to select a invited. I Ave., SW reported to Winter land and make their new home Ruotolo has assembled 21 of
April I, 1963 as the two officer. new list of jurors. Thursday afternoon, the Win he: most accomplished Instru.
Haven police this the SE.
Y morning on 10th St..
gled over a pistol when he tried Wilson had ordered 200 prospective ter Haven Tourist Club and store was broken into sometime The Poole'a first considered mental virtuosos in Italy and hat LBJ To Nikita
to force hia jurors for the trial. Woodall'a Trailer Court i, welded them into a group that
x ; affections on her at President last night/ and ransacked. Winter Haven a place to
her home. Says Thirty-five minutes after the Lakeland had a Shuffleboard Over lastyear' plays with the unity and precl- (Continued From Page One) I
$100 in merchandise build their home during
court opened Wilson called a Tournament with lion of a single instrument according Nations are appropriate places
Police said 10 courts in
Hodges died in his (Continued From Page/ One) stolen Parade of Homes. Poole
car at his church meeting of lawyers in his play. Woodall'a being the home to those who have heard for such discussions, be add
parking lot Police Winter Haven,
"not In one or two or three are now Investigate said he felt
after driving there from Mrs. chambers, presumably to discuss team winners, scoring 18 to 12. the the center of he San Pietro. ed.Johnson
months, but now" Is needed to breaking and entering and business-wise, is
the calling of Kennedy asa The that the Orchea- laid that
Luckles house Thursday evening progressive programs specific
following the the grand larceny.Home Polk County.Meeting.
strongest possible
: .hootln,. assure witness. I card party with 16 table ra San Pietro plays have been agreement were needed rather
Mrs. Luckle, who bad been economic advance, this must Nine prospective jurors liked I Ito of bridge 8 tables of pinochle, Iraws i from the varied chamber than "vague declarations of

free on $3,000 bond since last Include "an immediate drop be excused. Their reasons 2! tables of canasta and 1 table BuildersContinued corks of composers of all per- principle that oppose some

p September when a grand Jury from an 18 per cent rate.to"a 14 per ranged from deafness to hav cribbage, a total of 120 ( From Page One) Change ods. Its repertory for the third wars but not all. He said he

failed to find evidenceto cent withholding lag already formed an opinion. 1 members and guests attending American tour la made up of agreed with Khrushchev's
{l enough -He will send Congress a One of the nine was excused lion WFTV Orlando told the At Eagle LakeThe
support a first degree murder awarding 52 prizes. HOlt corks by Cimarosa, Pergolesl, statement that use of force for
special message detailing a SI and Wilson took the other group of steps used by the radio
charge against her i ra I and Hostesses Mr. and Mrs fivaldl Boccherlnl I I I. Bach, solving territorial disputes was
said she billion program to launch In under advisement. and television Industry to police Eagle Lake City Com.
wanted to break off the affair quests :nUll Bailey Mrs Harold Perkins iaydn Mozart Roussel Bot-- not In the interest of any peo
1964 the "unconditional war on its commercial time. Vickera missioners have changed their
.. with I and Mr. Russell Rose. esini and Gargiulo. ple.Shoppers' .
Hodges. poverty' that he declared In Friday afternoon shuffleboard followed his talk with a humorous meeting night from the first -- ----

his Jan. 8 State of the Union ReRegisterAt I Dirty with 14 courts in clay movie spoofing television Thursday of the month to the

TanganyikaContinued nessage. It will be keyed to warding prizes to: Victor commercials.The second Monday. ;4ui4iu ;+IfhkHftufV
helping the poverty-stricken Eagle Breece, Elsie Bell, Otto Don. banquet was climaxed Reason for the change was

'forgotten fifth" of the nstlon's nelly, Chlorls Garrison, Alice with a dance featuring "The that a new commissioner, L. I I
( From Page One) population to help itself. And i it Residents of Eagle Lake can Larmour, Joe Peck, Russell Joker D. Woodard has National Guard

'I large mob of Africans marched will "open wide the exits from register on Tuesday nights as, Rose, Alice Rich, George Ro- meetings on Thursdays and Convenience I

r on the Asian quarter of Dar.Eai <, poverty to the children of the well ss on any week day at, dell, Charles Simpson, Milton Panama Seeks couldn't make the meetings.

Salaam smashing wlndowa,, poor" through education health the city ball Solomon, Andrew Schultz, Jean GUIDE
dancing on the tops of automoI ( aDd other prOgram Mrs. Minnie Holromb, city Tucker, Joe Wackerlin. Directed (Continued From Page One) .

biles and shouting slogans such Despite economic strides, clerk, said that residents can by George W. Martin and can States, OAS or, failing that Skindiver Dies
I as "colonialists go home.") 5 H per cent of the labor forces register from B a.m. to 12 and Ambrose Chambers. would ask the UN. Security

I The mutiny broke out as still idle, and automation Ia from 1 to 5 p.m. on weekdays, Saturday afternoon intermed- Council to Intervene, presumably TRENTON (UPI) Lewis I

{ "Field Marshal" John Okello, among continuing threats to the and from 7 to I Tuesday late Shuffleboard Tournament requesting a UN. police Paul Koebernlk, 31, of st. FIL

I military leader Qf a coup that Jobs of people who are em. evenings.She between the Winter Haven Shuf. force for the canal. Petersburg drowned Sunday

| ousted Zanzibar's Arab.led govi loyed Thus the 1961 63 advance said that about 450 per. fleboard Club and the Winter In a related development, the while skin.diving In Jenny

ernment eight days ago was "though impressive...haa eons have reregistered so far Haven Tourist Club with 12 nter-American Peace Commls- Springs In northeast Gilchriat

{ reported to be in DarEsI not gone far enough and fast but now the enrollment la lagging courts in play, score 20 to ion of the organization of County. IN GREATER

I Salaam on a "rest visit." nough.' a little. 18 with the Winter Haven Shufleboard -i American States meets today
Rebel troops, members of the with the subject of the Panama
Johnson's) first economic report Club being the home
Tanganyika army'a First Batta. to Congress, a document team and the winners. Directed I Canal: Zone certain to be on Bobby Downs WINTER HAVEN
.t lion cordoned oft large areas o< I the agenda.
T that must be submitted annualy Hew York by Mr. and Mrs. John Welsh
\ the city and tired over the under the Employment Act I and Ernest Garrison. Boyd said Panama wants "to (Continued from Page One)
beads of !looter erase the clause We
of 1946, was generally bright In I Monday evening at 7 p.m. perpetuity second in the conference behindthe
Thirty Britons officers and want a fixed term after which
outlook was, A Sing Along, with Pat #
No. 1 rated high school eleven
their wives and children Panama -
would .
-were Stock get the canal. .
"We enter 1964 with optimism ReportNEW hristain leading and Ruth Mor.till Tampa Robinson. Robin-
seized and held We mast
prisoner.In get a fair share of
the President told the pianist. Later games were
( the benefit of the son went on to capture secondin rxpET.
Washington, the State Department canal. We 5WCPW.NSSVU
louse and Senate. "The feder1 played with a 140 members and .
the state'a high school football
said about YORK UPI must rework the dem-
1,300 ( ) Midday treaty to
1 government .faces the economic guests, awarding 40 prizes Am CUSTOM
championship playoffs.In .
Americans In tock nstrata that after 60 WORK
are Tanganyika, prices: years were .RE liPHOiSTERlM
challenges of 1964 with leI Keidel and John McIntyre the won-lost column Win
Including than true with the
more 70 Peace confidence.' American Can 43% director, partners United -
ter Haven ran up a 10-1 season
Corps members and of States .
some lie priced business and la- American Motors 17 Tuesday afternoon shuffle- .
the 55 Americana He denied that Cu- record including a post seaaon .
reports Glass Seat Covers Convertible
bor American Sugar 2404 board cancelled Topi
for cooperating with the party on account victory over Orlando Boone.
from Zanzibar an trained Communists
the ex-
following recent in American TAT 144% of weather. Complete Selection of Fabrics
revolt there. government promoting price. plaited the bloody rioting In The Devilmen also defeated
wage stability during "nearly American Tobacco 27 Tuesday evening 120 memo Auburndale for the first time
It was the second revolt In a Panama. "I think it'a a big Hicks
British Commonwealth nation three years of unbroken expan- Anaconda 68 ben and guests were enter mistake to say that In eight years and downed Upholstering & Glass Shop

In East Africa in eight days. lon since early 1961. Babcock & Wilcox 53 tamed by the Amazing Howell Ists had something to Commun-I arch-rival Bartow In a Thanksgiving 1201 SIXTH ST.. S.W. 2tl-lil4
"I do not anticipate a renew- Bendix Corp. SO Glall Blowers. Mrs. Howell thIs patriotic movement of Day classic. In both

II 1 of the price.wage spiral," Bethlehem Steel 33% wore a beautiful yellow sundress Panama because right: now In i, wins, as throughout the season

Ground BrokenContinued Johnson said, "a spiral that Boeing 37% made of a glass fabric my country there are only Pan- field general Downs was the u\ CAMERA

would weaken our expansion Borden 66% from glass thread spun by her manlans no Communists. key factor. In the Yellow Jacket ,. Lawnmower

( From Page One) and worsen our balance of payments Carolina Pwr .. Lt 7314Chesapeake" msband. Mr. Howell demon- he ssid. conteat, the foot, 165- V & TV HEADQUARTERS

cony overlooking a beach area position" Ohio 7174 rated the process of spinning pound senior I quarterback L Winter Haven ] _

on Lake Silver, kitchens and In But the President said he Chrysler 401ij such thread. During Mr. lIow. raced for three touchdowns and Phone 2 34WtOJ Authorl TORO
d A Sirvlci
the right front of the buildingwill evertheleis had found some Cities Service 64'4 ell' demonstrations he made Flying Grandma kicked four extra point for a Slush s' Sales
be the tag agency that haa cause for concern In "a series Coca.Coll 114% several glass ornaments which total of 22 points He bid one Olv SAN Gr.... Item,. SERVICE REPAIRS ON ALL
been part of the local post for of specific price Increases in Colgate 4014 were given out aa door prizes, (Continued From Page One) touchdown called bark MAKE LAWN MOWERS a

almost a quarter of a century. recent months especially In Continental Can 43% later In the evening Mr. Mora radio trouble by take-off time During the 11'game lesson NEW HOMES OUTBOARD MOTORS.
Surrounding the building will manufactured goods." Curtil..Wrllbt 17% a Elliott had his first lesson she flew without the use of the Downs chalked up 20 touch Phone 2934667HARVEY'S

be ample parking spaces for Johnson slid he would "counton Douglas Aircraft 21 in glass blowing and blew a radio. downs and it extra-points for I & REMODELING
at least SO Other I, Bill Perry, Winter Haven 139-point total. In addition he MOWER
cars. plans the sens of responsibility of Dow Chemical 70 double square balloon or bubble. W. C. McEvers
are to attempt to secure additional the nation's Industrialists and Du Pont 249 Mra. Robert Hill drew for the Golf Club professional, flew his tOiled seven TD passes. He SERVICE

land adjacent to the site labor leaders. .to maintain Eastern AIr az door prizes! and were won by Piper Commanche to fifth place. amassed 817 yards rushing, lUILDINft CONTRACTOR HIS ISIS at. Cyprtii Stiepp

wh'ch' would also be made into price and wage policies that Eastman Kodak 115% rlrs. Wm. Dempsey, who wonthe The judging was based on a 385 passing for a combined to- 'SS Avt. C, S.W. CY 1.1160 -I.

parking space. accord with the Inflationary Ford Motor 5214 glass dinner bell Mr. Poe possible 100 points and Mra. total of 1,302 )'ard.. He collect-

The old Legion home on uideposts set up in 1961 and General Electric 85% Hartley won the pipe, Mrs. Victor Whyte amassed a total of 93.8 ed well over 300 yards on kick
Fourth St. SW, has been In In winning Compton had off and punt returns. He averaged
reaffirmed by the council of General Motor 7774 Breece won the pitcher Mr. ; 112.S. STARLITE TV
use for almost three decadesby economic advisers in Gen Telephone 3374 i Ernest Garrison won the Vase, Bollard, 916, Miss Hull, (13 917 yards rushing per SERVICE
both the Legion and Its Aux- report. an accompanying Georgia Pacific 54% I loin. Henry VanDyke the Christ- and Perry, M.7. game, 8.S yards per carry for Nit; X day service call

iliary. Hunter Hyer, owner of "In the face of a 44 cent Goodrlcb'I loss ornaments and the spun Sponsored by the Winter Ha- 104 trys and 11.9 points per C Rentals & used TV's
the lake front property, madeIt per I yen Chamber of Commerce the contest
Increase In corporate In Goodyear 42% thread and Mr. Willard Lines Open 9 AM .9 PM
possible for the veterans to less than three profits Gulf Oil 491"J1. I won the bubble swan Mr. Wilard first Florida Air Derby had an Besides being an outstanding 151 2nd St.. S.W. CY 3.6897
and the
swap his land for the downtown years Lines is entertainment original entry list of 30. Bad offensive player Downs had
of further \ 5206Inti.
property "Without this spirit prospect Increases to chairman. weather across the nation forceda equal success In the defensive
come with the tax cut, I see Ha,.. 60 recovered three
of cooperation we rather doubtIf Wednesday afternoon ladles number of pilots to cancel secondary.
the local po ti uld have no warrant for Inflationary' Interchem Corp. 37 The take.offs of the 13 planes opponents' fumbles Intercepted
I card party with 14 tables of
made It." said Commander price rises the President de- Int. TAT 15Johns.Manv1l1e % ridge, 3 tables of pinochle 1 In the contest Saturday were four passes, and was an excellent The DailyNewsChicf
dared I 51%
held tackler For his delusive JOHN PETERS
Su me'vl'te. up for aa hour and 37
? canasta, with 74 in ..ttendence.I .
In Idd.t on to a large auditonu "On the heels of solid In- Lluett .. Myera W'I I Prizes awarded to Mesdames minutes because of low.hanging efforts he was -lifued! a
n there w:11 also be areas reaaes In real wages, plus these Lockheed 3m Mabel Foote Ruth Estel- ouds. The ceiling was only defensive cornerback positionon
for the Color Guard. the Aux. In take.home pay under Louisville Nil' 112l.orlllard Ie Stewart, 100 feet at Sebrtng at t a.m., the conference 22. t Free Pr.acrp:
May Alexander
iliary and Sons of the American the tax cut, lite no warrantor 41\'e Edith Zimmerman Becky the originally planned time for D o w n I exemplified high F I R S T tion Delivery
Inflationary wage Increases Middle So Vtil 40% school football and sportsmanship I
Legion Eventually there Moore, Corulne Nor wall, Florence eparture of the first aircraft (I.. si"; IlIIIltel
will be beach facilities and Johnson said that accordingly Monnnto 83% Nelson Alice Rich Dorothy till Lemon flying a Beechcraft at Its very best. One example Drive-In

other things added to the Legion b. will keep a close watch on Mont Ward 3S Wroge. Hostesses: Mes-- Bonanza was the first to liftoCf of his consideration of to the local people? Window
home. price and Nat Gyp.um 47% fellow athletes occurred when
wage developments at 10:37: when the
--_ -- with the aid of an early warn- Paramount Piet. 57 dames Eva. Bailey and Chlorlsarrlson. climbed to the 1,500 feet ceiling considered the Winter Haven junior varsity with the hometown '10 Plrat I'. N.

log system which is being setup Penney 45 minimum for safety. team was about to embarkfor .... CT 43101flows' .
In the Penn RR 28PepsiCola Hardee County High School
appropriate agen- Members on the sick list are: The last plane off was Bullrd's -
THE ea. lie added: SO\'l In. Pearl Hazen who will be who left at 11:03. All and their aeason'a Opener
"I shall not hesitate to draw Philip Morris 71\'I in the hospital for another weekor 13 entries were back on the Downs was there to wish them

FID DOOR public attention to major sc Phillips Pet 6811'I two. runway at Gilbert Field at success. Downs was also selected
ions by either business Republic Steel 4Hi by his classmatea as the I
or la- )[r.. Charles Cantor will be 1:30. ?
Always eGo
HOME bar that flout the public inter- Reynolds Tab 39'1 In the Winter Haven Hospitalfor Mrs. Whyte, the winner has 1963 Homecoming King. on I'I'f '

eat in Inflationary price Seaboard Air Line 4411'I several days. won the International Air Race Let us handle your

Ste the New and wage standards. Sears Roebuck 119Slncl.1r 4 Mr. Carl Traynor was re- I four times and the Miami In- S : telephone worries. I I24.HOUR II
There appeared to be echoes, 46"1" eased from the hospital and ternatlonal Women's Race. A 1

Modern Red Door In this statement of President Socony Mobil 89'1 i. at home and would enjoy member of the Ninety-Nine SERVICE I,
John F. Kennedy's public deunciation Southern Co. 53\1 sitors. Club she has been flying for .
Home in All! New in 1962 of a steel lou Nat Gu 11\1 37 years and baa earned a 294-4204 I:

price Increase after the United Southern Railway 83 Tourists from the North that commercial license for both "Professional II

Steelworkers> Union had agreed Sperry 20 have returned are: Mr. and I single and multiengined craft I

Sun Acres to contract terms which he considered Standard Oil (NJ) 78 and Mrs. Earl Davis-Browns- land, seaplane, helicopter and i :ANSWERING II

within his Studebaker 6 glider .
non inflation- villa Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John 120 Third St. SW.fth SERVICE
any guidelines Sunray Dx 3N 'tills-Greenwood, Ind, Mr.
THONI CT 1-1411 Kennedys verbal attack on Swift 44" and Mrs. Harry Hotchklss 110 ,.. If. N.W. _______ ______

OLD WINTER HAVENUKILAND the industry action, along with Texaco 8911'I Red Bank. N. J. Mrs. Howard BLADDER I -

HIGHWAY further government moves to Texas Gulf Sulphur 21' ark-Davidson, Mich, Mr. Extra Large Red

D...,.," ly block the increase, resulted In VnloD Carbide 121'4U. and Mrs. Henry Van Dyke- 'I IRRITATION i WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN !

DAN WINTERS cancellation of the price boostat S. Pipe 15'4U. Lake Geneva, Wls, Mr. andMrs. Delicious
that time.Johnson S. Rubber 48 MAKE YOU NERVOUS1
Frank Groenevelduskegon THIS LIST
THIS NEW HOME in his antl.inflation V. S. Steel 564 Mich., Mr. and Mrs. After. 11 tt tomnton(MI iwm kid.,..,Mar ft aitoitor.om..Irrlutlou Mm OF LOCAL ADVERTISERS

FEATURES LIFETIMEMATERIAL warning, vowed to translate Warner Br08. Pic. 13'14' Harvey E. Oehlert-Royersford, frm.o lad loo nil'r.......-....r*kurmm.Uru*MM., iwrout llcluiu I Apples i I
Into action the view that "anti- Western Union 33 Pa., Mrs. Floy C.rrler-Pre. ..riD.. >..Hoatalka., 10M >ru4amil,axoadtrilr, the Daily NewsChiefDISPLAY
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FROM rust policy must remain keenly Westinghouse AB 30'14Weatlnhou81 cotto Pa., Mrs. Myra Clark- ..."..... Sod '..! old, ",,". do.>
EGER CONCRETE alert to illegal price.fixing El 31% South Edmeston. N. y. and mall p ri..*i
and other practices that Impair Woodward Iron 21 .Irs. Margaret Devney-Farm- Irrliiimi. iftm la llroni, ..,. L I CY .2191
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Haven Wins Third, 58-37

I Blue Devil Five Tops KM I IB1 Chief SPORTS


BOB HAVILAM For the Devilmen, It was the ments of the contest The Win By halftime the Blue Devil

Sports Editor third win in the last four tries I ter Haven five then rang upI tigers had built a 3514 margin -
The Winter 1 field for I a 21.point lead which they '4
Haven Blue Devils bringing their allgamea mark I five straight goals a
still held at the end of the tilt.
basketball team, apparent. to 311. They are 17 In Western 14.2 lead and the winner was
ly preparing for tomorrow 'Conference action after a Friday -' decided except for the final In the second period sophomore 3 Gridders Take To Sea
guard Rick Anderson let
Bight Devil 6-foot senior
Western Conference night lost to Tampa Jefferson. score center slY ,
clash with Tampa Hillsborough. I The Dragons edged by the I' Rick Roberson who recorded the pace with eight points .
promoted a 58.37 non-confer I locals 5350.Saturday. i 19 for the night fired in 10 again aided by Robenon'lItronr
ence victory over Kentucky I the closet the Cadets points in the first quarter to boards.At rebounding on both!
Military Institute Saturday came was when they give the Winter Haven quintette Visit Tarpon SpringsThe
the beginning" of the third
Bight at the high school gym. trailed 42 In the early mo j,Ian I 18-6 lead.
quarter, the Blue Devils con -

-yric -- tinued Sophomore their forward hoop George onslaught Da l3 Winter Haven football all striking within a 10 minute

vas put through two field goal) team, which recorded a 10-1 period.In .
,, T and Roberson added another season record and took second the adult division,'!K>>ster

before KMI guard Bill Cooke place In the Western Confer club president Etojr Delgado.
broke the ice. Winter Haves '
ti had moved to a 48.22 margin at 'ence, was treated to a deep- judge for that class copped the

the end of the third. At onetime t sea fishing trip yesterday. top prize.

they led by 30. Sponsoring the team's full.day The majority of fish caught
KMI had their most successful during the morning anti afternoon -
visit to Tarpon Springs was .
session in the fourth
scoring '
Dr. Rita Marotti Par- trip were ocean base
quarter with 15 points The 4t George
Devilmen dropped to s nlght'i tin Jr, and Tony Kalogridii. Do sea'lick pills really work?

low of 10, but the five.point difference The team and managers, 49 Just ask Bill Smilh.

in the Cadets favor fell i strong, head coach Calvin Trip-
far short
lett high school athletic director
KMI could never find the answer
to the Winter Haven sane, namvBEBns nnnnBnaHn u. Jack Deedrlck, and several Downs NamedAilAmerican
F4j defense. With sophomore guard others out to enjoy the
ROBERSON SCORES Winter Haven center Rick
Mike Page menacing the
oppa5TATISTICe Gulf of Mexico jaunt, left Winter
Roberson goes high In the air to drop through two of the
19 points he tallied against Kentucky Military Institute Haven at 1:30: sin and Winter Haven senior I

'late' B.... fi ft pi tp Saturday night. The Blue Devil cageri copped an easy arrived at the Springs about quarterback Bobby Down

4 Rick Rober"'l1 I 1 010Rhk victory from the Cadets, 5837. The locals faCt Hillt- 8:30.: A 10-car caravan carriedthe was selected today for the

.bby And.rnn Drown. : g i 110lh borough here tomorrow. angler They' boarded the Coach' And Athlete Magsrme -
ti.or5e Davis 6 0 010 Clipper at the Sponge Boat i America Football
Mke Po. 1 I I Team.
Doll Cnrbltt 0 oGarr I Docks at 9 a.m. and spent seven
} v s ht ttle MetDanial g :! I IBud" Jones Named Sooner CoachNORMAN I hours on the water After reached In being the chosen zenith of Downs high
7 re Rne.re 0 0 0 a Greek style dinner at Loul.Pappu' .
gm school football stars The
.1' Gordon CoPP" 0 0 I 0 Restaurant the
on walerfront -
selection cosponsored by
tea, 1'01.1. II I I anRMI Okla (UPIGo.mer ) embarked today on his new career they made the return Ath-0.Med Company Chit-
le ft pt tpEd Jones, the man Bud Wilkinson as head football coach at trip home.. tannooga Tenn.. is the high-
t F.rrie 0301 wanted to succeed him Oklahoma. In the fish catching department Pit honor that can b. award
w.. 1 high man Jerry Sapp
\ roY wall.r 1 g 10PYvd Jones was named Sunday ed to a high school footballplayer.
Toncray I 01S had the touch and reeled In .
.t. \ Bill Cook. 1001SI. Joe night by the school's board of 13. lie actually hauled in 14,
NEW TENNIS CLUB OFFICERS The Winter Haven Adult Tennis Club held its ... aharpe J J J 7 Weatherly regents, acting on a recommendation but the extra one was while See story on front page

annual Installation banquet at the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club Friday night Totals II I 7 57wislee Dies In CrashJOE of the Oklahoma Athletic he was tending the pole for
and the above persons were named to office for the coming year seated( left to right) Ha... .1 n U 10-\1 Council. Wilkinson resigned George Luttrell. Luttrell landed

Mary Mclver treasurer; Bob Ritchey, vice-president; Bill Clifford, president; and tMI .al 18aislUms aa coach on Jan. 11 and five Jim Alderman totaled six.
I Vinnie Yount, secretary Chester Miller and Bill Van Clief, standing left, are club stepped out as athletic director Splitting the prize for the biggest NOW OPEN!

directors and AI Hays, standing right, ts the club advisor Bruce Parker, local Jaycee out in front and Rober- 1 a Saturday.No fish was Bill Tyndal and
president and sales manger of WINT-Radio, was master of ceremonies and Winter ion and senior forward Bobby successor was named to Charles Saxton, who tied Tyn Garden WayLounge
Haven Recreation Director Bob Hill Installed the new officers. Downs grabbing off seldom defensive lot the athletic director post, but dal got three fish for the day
rebounds Jones who already Is associate
more than one shot from the athletic director, is expected to
rI"JIAI ...... floor before relinquishing the get the Job The athletic council LR Ladies Golf
riV'ri". rr.-." ball. I will decide that matter later. The Lake Region Yacht and Scene ...... 140 1 Mile
Denison Cops Second In the foul department. Winter Jones, the 49.year.old line Country Club Ladles Golf Association teat af Cypmi .roI..1
Haven went free In the first
, in coach from Cleveland who built will hold tram play CHOICE LIQUORS

If'i time to plant now for half,second but committed stanza. KMI eight wascalled the mighty interior lines for slated for last Tuesday tomorrow PACKAGE GOODS

a beautiful winter lawn.'f the first half, Wilkinson during the past IT FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
for four la the
Beats Lake Wales Five three l In the second. i 1 years personal, Immediately launched a Rlln forced' rescheduling of Worth For Grand Opening
DOTY Winter Haven will take on recruiting program lilt Tuesda, match

tA t the Hlllsborough Terriers. I -J
& GARDEN By BOB HAVILAND and guard Tony Van Zant cakewalked league kingpins, tomorrow at

'f SUPPLY Sports Editor to Its second win In si the high school gymnasium WEATHERLY 1

2" I." SW. CT 1.9477 Denlson Junior High School, many tries Friday afternoon alg The Tampa team is undcfeat INTERNATIONAL PRINTING
Game time is R witha Veteran driver Joe
ed. pm. race
the school with Lake
behind the outstanding ihootini r high gym
Junior varsity game Weitherly. currently; NASCAR
KHHHCHMFARM' of forward Larry SwearcnglnBRAKE I Wales the victim, 39-29. uled for 6:IS. Grand National champion, was WEEK JANUARY 12 18 1964
The Rebels simply out shot killed yesterday when his 1964

i' I and out rebounded the Highlanders Mercury skidded Into a retaining
Net Registration wall at the Riverside Raceway
out scoring them to : in California.

every period but the fourth. Remains OpenBecause The accident happened on the
Denison got off to a 10.4 lead at 76th lap of the 1ST lap race PRINTINGDoes

the end of the first quarter and of the cold wave and it marked the first fatality

stretched that to 21.IS at half that moved through this area at Riverside during a stock car
0 a e 1 e 1 time. Their biggest margin lilt week it was decided to race.Weatherly
continue registration for adult was beginning his All These Things For You.
came at the end of the third tennis clan instruction throughthis second straight year as file
period, S4-I9. week. reigning Grand National cham

ADJUSTMENTThis For the home team, Swear. The classes, provided by the pion In NASCAR. The 41.year-
old driver of the best
was one

$ engln and Van netted Zant six seven FGi field for 14 goals and Winter a week Haven, from are held Recreation 7:30: two until nights! Department 9- the known NASCAR and liked circuit drivers and has In t PRINTING Printing Ins SILLS.... 5;0 PRINTING Prafa.lnil COMMUNICATIS Prlnln .

119 12 points respectively. Richard o'clock. Registration fee Is $3 for years competed In every tilai fhravglivlitial araatil affaitlvatammunlcatlani.

Hitchcock who started findingthe per person for 10 lesions. possible race which many of pramatlan, .

Week range in the second quarter, Beginners will begin Instruc drivers do not do.memberof r INTIN. DISTINGUISHES PRINTING RICOKDSMndnf
After the crash a 2
Any tallied nine tion tonight and intermediateand 6>
points. Gary Bates .
I Creative printing a pravlJairafarinta
the Weather pit crew
ONLY American added two points, Tommy Hart Wednesday.advanced players work out aaid Weatherly had coma in bulld't .,11.. byUlten IhriugS Hs

Car and Tommy Woolery ,one each. Attendance at this week's three laps prior to the crash 4.ll,ntnf. rstndlen'prepettles.! .
Gary Weeks was high for the
We do all Adjust brakes and add fluid. visitors with nine points. classes will be necesssry in and had fueled. At that time PRINTING VALIDATISPrinting 7 PRINTING ILLUSTRATES
well. The
> If needed. Clean and repack order to participate in the the car was running 3
this work The 7th end 8th grade team instruction. crewman speculated that the halpiilibllih a Printing grtphilllly
front wheel bearings was paced by Allen Harris iroup If interested In further information accelerator pedal stuck sending traJitafcllUytni "' *.plalni year
with 10 points as the locals call CY 41000. the car hurling Into the re validity "'. ....
took a 28.20 win from the Highlanders training wall
] underclsssmen. Dan Gurney won the race In 4. PIINTINft ADMINISTRATIS 8 i PRINTING ENTERTAINS
The balance of the Rebel a 1964 Ford and pocketed 112.- Prafaulaflal' printing Fgi Attractive printed
BRAKE RELINE points came from Ronnie Bur. BOWLINGLNDISTBUL 465 first place money, Second facllltatai aamlnlitMtlveItandircfi. watts f plea m the eye
rell with six, Hoss Bambergand was Marvin Pinch in a 1064 .f year" seustemae.
Chevy, Ford. Dodge, Ply.otdl Mike Adams with five, and Fireball Roberts
and an American Compacts : Ford, followed by -
1igh quality bonded lioillg Wayne Anderson with two. In another '64 Ford.
and shoes Installed Exchanges The Denison five Jumped off Rob Nob :K -- -- ilMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllll llllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIUI
to a 11-7 first quarter margin Pine Gardens Bar :30lUyi
and added four more points to Rrilaurant IS I
Cochran Innuranc IT I Why Printers Observe PRINTING WEEK.. .
their lead In the final half for Cyprus Oar the victory. GII Hall Hulck IS
BATTERIES ; O44 Tomorrow afternoon Lake Alfred Crow Imperial"' Prlntlni Fla. Oil 14 14Lake v.' To salute an industry whose extiftnco has been a dynamic

Dependablefamoumaka visits the high school gym K',lnn Bank 13Haen F s constructive force In the cultural advancement of man.
G-veil for a game against Denison Decorator 11llrntown I
long Lie Arc batteries Paint' I 4a kind.
Wednesday afternoon Westwood ,|OIM Gcmrti A. n. S =
will vie with Lake Wales, also Anchor Bar S aI
at the high school gym H Porter a> H Paint Pharmacy S a To perpetuate the principles and the profound wisdom of E

Cyprus: Gardens In. 0 | Benjamin Franklin's precepts =
Crowns Printing 4 1001 2921,
change Lou Bollnnr >J7 U4 n Anchor a s
Lake Alfred Tops lar Put 4 106S >>71, 4 Mike 5. Tnaaloutl To portray by visible oiempUs' the alert spirit and enter Ss

Mulberry CagersThe Allentown rttplra Paint 1 Vmt M3S Nathan priie that actuates the printing industry of today |
McUuIr* 211 SIS vi Rayiloilaurant
S 1024: K7. Bob Brun .
Lake Alfred Junior High 122 ....Ia.H. ... tMcoraton f pea Ml4. Urn s To encourage young people to share In the limitless career *" Ei

School basketball team, rebounding J>.lrn' 171 Dan Con: 444 .. opportunities provided by Graphic Arts educational facile E
from an opening H H Pharmacy S 170 MM.on .
t game loss against Westwood of G P rry 117 Perry 4 Drydea I lti... ITo
BRAID IEW Famous for Quality e'3. 101 ROBBINS s >
Winter Haven scored sn Impressive Oil Hall fluted 4 1124 H15 Ollhrrl

;irffOneNYLON$10.1.70' 4T-31 win over Mul- Rave. Jim 171 Irvin KIT n:203 Hob Lou Nob Bprry 4 1'lMKW7 BMCyprcaa Don't MakeA I I = promote International good will by bringing Graphic E
berry Friday afternoon. Ganirnt Inn 0 1W> 24>.
Arts Into understanding relationship
a more |
Bruce Robinson was highpoint Burnham Bryan 17S Chuck Bry- Deal tntlIYou've !
man for the LA team, an 4W. Art ea.Wllllta Pina' anM.n.233 586Imprial Bar S 105SU7S I with one another Epiiiiiiiliiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

putting through 24 points. Johnny florid OU 0 1049 394.II Seen llii
: "iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii it
Corhran In- I
Shockley picked up eight Miller 212 TI
'Plus tai and trade-In tire off your car points, Ricky Wright and Larry .uranr KIS.KloiM'.. I 1071 SliJ Dart Fultlm A Chevrolet I

WHITEWALLS ** MORI Reynolds six, Bill Harley Crorai A..n. I N4 2t7t: Center Salesman 1
and Ken Hunter Dtrtvoed Zlcika 211 111 Lak.
two one.
n>|l 70.14 Tubeless Blackwana 112'Low 1.. Taylor totaled 13 for Mulberry Roiuh 114 too. hit h saw with Cnawlat
or with Bill McWaten adding Porter Paint f 1008 2810 Nnrmaallnr .
C n tr aid Urns all hit friendain
All OTHER SIZES 211 S43 Ta Crprma
seven S 1 7I tuM. Cbarlai Law- fr a Spaalal 'Na.. Salai.mtn .
Lake Alfred will go against rtnca 1S4 ITT 'i Dul".
A Bo 'lr<(- Denison at the Win Haven
r .. A farmif rnloW .
) or iln who soled a 711 with Sara.
gym Tuesday afternoon. handicap.I Sole, lob 'iaid.s it 141 Le",.
(.11.!! .. !'.j. Wmtar Haven, with
fttGExpertwhere : / I hit wife *t ay, and thalr "uflt' U1 avenue a. nw

For BUILDING MATERIAlS Call CY 3.3139 ..,.. Cindy and Rakm. I phone 2943229I

your dollar buys MILES nor lab II e mambar *f Ftnt 5.,. I
Brake tid i Church, Winter Hlvl". .
Ha anyi| fthii., water ,!.(.
590 Avenue A, S.W. Work 1322333Bagwell hay and aK f autdaar Iparii. I

Chevrolet Center Inc.

CY 3.2116 I Building Supply R'Rae ge 21 tttit, sw. CTU14J,



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(I) Announcements ((4)) Lost & Found ((8)) Automotive ((10)I ) Articles For Salt ((12-C) Mortgag. Loans ((131) Real Estate For s.r.

LOST key In vicinity of .-.... Office .. ....... .. .... ..
: Special Reward feature lo New' Clean UpClearance .i
V? J Folks Like Our Tucker| Builders
one group
LOST: Dark BrowoCurt. doc one
eye. nearing collar, Call ll E.ZImor. Mortgage Loans i
;Dresses .CY 1-0571. 17.2))

ISA"- 01 LOCAL SERVICE I there's a reason IJ Open House Daily

Sw&teni ((5)) House Tr.iltrs FIRST COME FIRST GETS a wide variety of money I

FHA and Buckeye Hills-nth Court NB
r. crepes ONE OF A KIND NEW SAVE ., tw
MONEY. SAVE TIME VA mortgage money 2 A 3 Bedroom Homes

dk. coTloni In size J to IS FOR Front SALE kitchen!:: W I 1-bedroom SO1 Pathfinder.4710 BLONDE Mhcy. BUFFET J available Savings and ALone Also I. Stately Oaks

New Tampa HI.hu"l:L.eh.landFlorida 60" long Slightly damage CALL mortgage money, 2
; TODAY- o
a to is *- H Was 1181.50 Now PUt J too also, life insurance -

, 1.M ( l 46' Mobil Horn with' company mortgage 2 Bedroom In Southeast
:; 1/30ff lot. deep well leptto tank. K*- ODD MTE STANDS loans. selected the Ii'Ii'type '
reliant condition Near Barton Air Values to 149.50 Now SUM I loan best suited to :

r at Baa pm.*. 13000. CY 1-4844 attar 14-JO I 00) QUILTED GLOW SHEEN QUALITY CLEAN CARS UPHOLSTERINGFINE your needs whether for $300 Down

: Jack Prater's LAWSON SOFA isle or refinancing- I $62 Per Mo. TotalOther

NEW at .
Trade for anvthlnar of value. Special ROOM DIVIDERS WITH led St. SW. t-lt71.. S-Feb. I fabric election. WOLF'S UPHOLSTERY I Mortgage Corp. Hornet For Sale Under
SHOP H4 Avanu* A. Construction
SHOP TRAILER SPACE FOR OPEN SHELVES AND BE. CY 1-3710 Day-Nla-ht. w 177 M....... CY: 1-1141
860:Cypreii Garden PARK 6 interior iiltlielltMittliftfclililiklilililtlili! Call
cylinder original
STATE RD. 840 Phon ttJ-WW Was $I9S* Now $%1."
Open I AM. 'hi 1 P.M. ,..1. automaUc transmission -
radio heater A THIV BEDROOM SUITE 4 SERVICE) for Kirby Painting Papering
ILCOHOUCM ANOKYMOU FOR SALE: 1MO W M1 trailer.excellent Hoover, Electrolux and all othir. Wallace TuckerCY
2M-1447 condition. Will Ink real economy car. Low D. Dresser, Mirror, cheat, 2 Free pickup. delivery and _I- Repairing

M'ettnre Tuedy. I'II P >L mailer trailer a. down. payment mileage. One owner. single pinel beds .. mate REYNOLDS VACUUM ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

County Health Departmentr6l. 4-10M.. 14-90 Was S2.2H Was 121150 Now (116.00 CLEANER iJCRVICE.: Pilon.C"t' 3-8492
and An D. NW .
M381. Ml L J. McCOY Quality work.maiuhip
:: ..0. Bos lOll SALE SO', furnIshed Spartan lut clean and reaaonabl -
FOR 2 Pc. Plastic Beautiful
Trailer and rahana. Reasonable. Now $2,195 .. phone CY I-M80 114 4ih. Anytime
See Jamee William. Lake Peer SOFA BED SUITE DAY NURSERY 8t..... Jan-Phyl Village. 17-Tr 14-20

,CLASSIFIED DISPlAY Trailer Park. 17901BEDROOM PinckneyOldsmobile Was 114J.50 Now $94.00 Lakefront HomeThis

t-BR, I Til* bath DR. Breakfaatroom.
trailer with cabana I Pe. Blond Solid Birch HAPPY TIME NURSERY: SWIMMING POOLS Paneled LR with stone fir*.
430 Av.. C BS well built home containing Place, beamed celllnf, Paneled Fla.
: J..Jy iltuated, on I lot*. Shallow! well BEDROOM SUITE
fPilr. and yard fnr.d. rail CY .1217 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths K., floor furnace, 1 air, condition
I ---- I and:998-69M pump, It no an..*. CY Used Car Lot D. Dresser, mirror, chest, 4,'6 OUR MOTTO CLEAR PURE AIM pool heaters erected under owner's supervision @... 1 car garage, 136' z ISO' lot
;T"iata-- I-rra'i panel bed site itand. This la Tender Love 4 and automatic caemloal' leaden overlooking Lake Hartrldire. J100
Corner of 3rd St. SW at the Care"TJ' Is now offered at reduced 12th
Heywood Wakefleld Suit one Phone anytime a CYPRESS St. NW. Call 283-4773_ for ap-
.*.Owality WwHfc ..* water tower. POOL CY 1-7984. 17-Tr price. All room are Spacious poilltme"t evenings w..bnot..
of the finest made .
J.w*lrf. !*.. ((5-A) Moving & Storage Was 1691.00 Now $295.00 JACK 4 JILL NURSERY and house in excellent condi 15-24

Phone CT $7547'I Month I Yean HEARING AIDS tion. The large 125' well elevated -

?. LARGE CHAIR OTTOMAN Monday thru Saturday lot extends directly down to $350 DOWN
17.J.L 5.21CT the lake We have Just been
Prompt and efficient aervlc for Covered In Naugihyde A
ill your movlni need Call 18B7 MERCURY Station Waa-on real fine chair ., 1-16(1 POLK HEARING! CENTER authorized to offer this homeat 1 129 Mrd 8t. NW lake
Equity of I1MM and aaeum ( S-TF accem at your door-etep I
1-41M for tree .stimot.s.Agents Coker BldaM SrI 8t.. NW
CY for Atlaa Van LI...*. Inc.vervlns payment* of 12810: per month. Was $131.5' Now $71." Phone 293-1691 25000. terms $3,000 down, large bedroome carpeted living
all 10 tatea. 14-TF RH PS, PB., FR 1-1411 between BALES SERVICE owner will take back first area screened porch .
FAMOUS 10.00 am. 1.00 p.m. :36 W. ODD LOT OF LAMPS Repairs Alterations with Irrigation system excellent eoNnor
Cummin, Lake Alfred. 17-U I REPAIRS BATTERIES4TF mortgage monthly pay- lot 110,600 with cloelnf
ments extending over a period coiU paid

ZOTOS ((6)) Special Services WILL Chevrolet earrlflce for elder iqully model In IMS r.a rand '/2PRICEBAR ALTERATIONS REPAIRS of 10 ,eoar.. Owner will consider S.30e9Oth5l.,5W .1

COLD take up payment CY I--SR<9 Florida Roome Aluminum Die- TELEVISION REPAIRS a large, modern trailerin bedroeme it II toot
A. CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND 173Q1M1 It X STOOLS count Bump. C... Inc. CY 1-6694 trade, or if you have a 2 FLORIDA ROOM extra storage

WAVE ALTERATIONS<; Blind Hitched eedan A-l Formica top. Wai. fnish 231 Ill St.. SW. 11-Feb. 11 bedroom home of comparablevalue pace 71 x 150 font lot .
VOLKSWAOEN condition
modern equipment! 3010 HickoryNW. Was $WSO Now $71.00 imitation ayitem 111.200: .
SUM 00. SU3 Av. 8. N W JORDAN TV SALES SERVICE owner will consider all
CY t-766. M,.. Edna CY M14 10-21 closing Costa paId
: $11.95 Schneier.. IS-JTan U WRACK DANISH MODERN WHEEL CHAIRS such property, also. We believe 1.135PabuDy.SW Sbedroome
Phone :3834601 this ia one of the beat listingson
CHAIR AND OTTOMANWai with extra room to make
DO YOU NEED A BRICK MASON! ((8-A) Business PropertyWAFRHOtY0ESTORAI3C $101.00 Now *48." FASTEST TV SERVICE IN SOUTH the market today. a fourth bedroom large
Vera CooperS TO BUILD A PLANTER BAR- WHEEL!: CHURl for reeL Aim 1-11 screened patio air conditioner .
BECUR OR PATIO . C.IICY Hoe ital Nods Crutches, Walk- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Included In the LOW, LOW price
POLE LAMPS era, CnmmodM, Oodfrev Rental*.
of 1850000.!
S nm 1790 !:
Limited Time
CY 1-2411. 175 A
Unit 11" I a 11000 month S5..5 AUTO SERVICEDODGE 3450 Avenue D, NW, S bedroom, ALL
IV $13 M mnqlh. Winter Ha-
Country Club Beauty Salon! SERVICE. Income Tex Phone pen alli Storage, 42nd Street. POW.L I CHAISE LOUNGE attractive home, convenient to SHOWN BY
IU Dundee Rd. CI MOM CY 4-11M. bill Av*. r NW 1-4292. n.F.b 11 ALUMINUMSCREEN Westwood and Inwood schools, APPOINTMENT.DRIVE .
l-Feb.j Was $111.58 Now 54.01( -
19 I Authorlied Factory Service On lake access next block. House
INCOME Alfred. 136 TAX 8,SERV1CB LAke Shore- War iJik In New Lak. Region Hotel BuildIng 1 BARREL BACK TUFFED ENCLOSURE: AWN- Chryaler Valiant.Plymouth. ..Lancer I years old, lot 65 z 150, natural TO SEE INSIDE e e

(I.A) Instructions nppoilt" Bank ot Lake Alfred. Fully air conditioned. beautifully CHAIR ,. INKS ALUMINUM DISCOUNT FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS gai for cooking and beating,
Weekday M.00 p.m. IIl1nd.,. Inaurance lighted or Ideal combs for.real buelnee aatate, Wai $8>.50 Now '40." SALES ('0. INC. CY 1-169. 211 221 Sixth SI.. SW 29M1M built-in stove
any *
100 p.m. to 100 pm. DenhamWard requiring. a 4 loot double door Sib St. SW. IJ-Feb. U 17.Feb. 17

U.S. Civil Service TettslMeetwomen W-reb. 14 4 rear entrance. Call CY S-Mll. CLOSING OUT BLANKETS Price $9,800 with $SOD down, ATHERTONLeeter

14-2J mortgage payment $69 plus $5

11-C2. tart lEIgh \\b-A\\ AnmaSuppI.\ \ .. 1/2 PRICE for taxes and insurance. Out di'5RIALTY /

at $18200 until a week.appointed.Preparatorytraining Thousands ((9)) Business Opportunity I DANISH MODERN (IO-A) Boats & Motors ((12)) For Rent, Furn. of state owner eager to sell.

of jobs open. Experience ONB PAIR, lam pair.India Call ihlrr 1111. LIVING ROOM
usually unnecessary. FREE information I.SO Pearax-lu p.m. CY 521100- 30-00 FOR Station t.EASSJ BOW- American open doing Oil mod Service Hi Back chair & ottoman, club 14 f( ALUMINUM boat, John_ 10 3.BEDROOM HOME Realtor A Grass Alberto M7lJOai lUaMe
I HP motor and trailer All for
in jobs salaries I requirements. builnem For full dnIallscoOts.tMr. chair, sleeper sofa, genuine .
1299 00. Call CY S-J660 CY 43tll17TF
or 109 Sixth St. NW CY S-4270
Write TODAY giving William. MU 1-4116 Lakeland walnut rt"ved arms i On Spirit Lake. Three to four I17S DOWN HOT. ta ra S
((1)[ To Buy or TradeWE Fl I*. ttiEXCLtlSrVTB week, t bedroom .
name, address and phone. ) Was $321." Now $187.0 months. $200.00 monthly Asaoe. Call Chuck B. Froemke 1 bath SchoentheUlBEDROOM. II""' .

Lincoln Service, Box A1375 c/o I II-A For ALSO Lot Lake McLeod Janet Chadwick Pr A Ce. m-wa after I p inn
: dealerehln open for E. American 2 PC. Sofa Bed ( ) Rent Unf. on 2554015. 17-25
News-Chief. !: BUY need appliance and fur
Winter Haven and Lakeland dieMr Reginald Baker
IIlture and ws cell used appliano.op U for the orlxlnal Feed. and Suite Tapestry Coven -. by approximately 200', 17-20 : I bath with

and rumlturo. Brooka Appliances Play Baby furnltun line The new Wan $%39.58 Now $167.00 $7,000. dining mom Air conditioned Mpaioat ,
Wanted A J'umltu. 2961 Ha..nd.l. Bind.1Tr baby market le booming In thl*
( lIving and
(2)) Help dInIng room carpeted,
area About |8M DO Inveetment ... CABINET BASES LUCILLE J. KING MOVING SELL kitchen
ODD OWNER MUST appliance Included Lan
A second floor unfurnished efficiency -
cured I Write
by Inventory F. A.
doors I bedroom 1 bath CB houea lot ha* Meet fencIng, ihuffl board
IAMS Dlatrlhiitor Box 183, Lonir- Sliding glass with itove and ref. Hot REALTOR Built-in kitchen haa range oven refrigerator rouree. ihallow well and
Attention Housewives! ((8)) Automotive wood. Fla. TK4590.. 17-M Was $49.50 Now $1*.IS pump.
and cold water furnished. Two 155 E. Main, BarlowJ338422 dlahwaeher. carpeted For term to suIt you call owner.
living mom lanre paneled family CY S-.380 or CY 542544TI
FOR LEASE!: Drive In Reitaurant. SEE ODD LOT OF CARPET blocks to Morrison's. Ideal for : room. TV, carport:; lam lot, me.trees .
Cd those ChriMmu bills off Good i location, food profit fully single lad; on yearly basis 19-20 : near erhoole 2306 AvenueNW F, FOR SALE BY OWNER S-bed.
your mind. A few openings equipped For more Information DINETTE T PC. CY "' 8111. Reaeonable. Come. room Itt bath. Clo. to school

VBlliEUi 'In neighborhood tcrritori.Wa call 439 9641 Maine. City 16-11 Table 6 Chain For appointment call CY 14114 .... 17 20 rarporte, screen porch: celllnc
COMFORTABLE -bedroom cot- heat. 022 Av*. C. 551. 17-24
(! train you to show NOW $47.00 tan on lake AdulU only. CY
AVON CoMneUcs. For inter- COINO OUT OF BUSINESS 17-20 14261. ll-TF S.E.
: All can good. POST p powder and CHAIN OF LAKES
view'. paper product. wing at a 90% MATHERFURNITURE I BEDROOM HOUSE!: CloM-ln B
dlecount Alan. a TYLER I ft. open 155 month. Dan Wlnl.... builder LOVELY furnlnhed apartment en Close in, 1 BR, 1 Bath Horn.
Write P. O. Box 1395or top milk and meat chill box for CY -HM Jerry Mardi. CY .lakefront 100 00 month, Call after Special Fla. Room, garage, boat dock
.ale. Perfect condition Make oU.,. STORE -121a. 17-TF I 00 p.m. CY M4i. lakefront and
: CaR 682-4137 EAST CENTRAL GROCERY 41.h 19-24 canal Drapes,
St. a> Central Av*. NB. 17-90 I Corner J It 6th St., NW l-BFDROOM\ newly ...d.ral.d.Kllrh.n Beautiful new home near Stove, ref., wall to wall carpet.
----- fumlKhMl Jan-Phyl FRS FURNISHED Rentals Seaennal Fries
;.3..akeland "JF. ; a month. CY 1-7383. 2&TI'III year round, ATHERTON schools &: shopping, in choice $16,500.
FOR SAME Body Shop, Equipment 19-20 REALTY. (41 W. Central Ave: CY neighborhood. 3 bedrooms, 2

;:,;.: 1921EA1U111.OO dale WO. With 7-1630.: ,leaaa, Phone Auburn->>If I 14th lit.. SB:. t bPdroome I H2114. 2tTI'1ST baths, large 'living 4 dining (100 DOWN

**' Like bathn. Dining room. |125 TOWN 3 BR home $100 down. About
-- t Km BINGER Automatic ZI-Zaf COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. room, attractive kitchen ,
MOTEL II until, I old. FLOOR Ct....
: la t houn. Call FitH4M. m fjjr year* new, buttonhole monofrtma CY 1-1141. 1..21I apartment. $6000 per month including
extra large utility room, car- ,
% 170.000 115.OHO down Beet Location fancy designs, etc All without attachment quiet walking dletance to town
la Winter Hav... CY 1437*. *. Balance 1971 or M 00 1IR. J both 110m. with a E. lake Rraaonabla AdulU Ml porte. Air conditioned fc heat, taxes and Insurance

1-TF monthly Phon. 394-iaH. 14-99 built-in rant A oven aim Avenue B, NW. 22-TF terrazzo floors Only 21000. Total Price $9,000.VARNER .
HAN 'foe-MllInc and eolleetlnt In breakfant bar Large lot 4 food
Winter Ha..... Ate M to 46. Contact Jerry PIckard's WANTED: Will pay IK 000 for bar- OK.!: Portable dlehwaaher, mreV retldential area. Welkin distance BEAUTIFUL t bedroom horn. Good Terms.Beasley. REALTY
Mr, Flpktn. Badcork Furniture parkaie County liquor llrene lent condition $80 00. RrglaKirod In Elbert Elementary School Adults Everything furnlehed Beaannal -
Co* Corner 1th BU, NW and Ave Writ Box A-1371 ft NewiChleflt91. Herman Shepherd puppy, I moa silo Phone McElroy 1IUlld.r.li.Tr Other rental ATKINS. Realty Co. 14 Sixth St.. N.W. CY 34454
T. 14-20) Special 180.Oft CY MM 1790: 2044214.FOB FULL REAL ESTATE SERVICE 19-21
CY 4-1119. 17Feb 1* 134 6th St., NW I
FOR RENT: etor building SOB Ird wanh tube, RENT WITH OPTION TO
nlT l :...It"'.. .nl.d ImmfO loat.I" 1M2 OLDSMOBILE F-8S 111. BW 16000 per month. Call FOR electrIc SALE heater: Portable, F.lectrolu ."....- BUY 1-Bertmom. 1-hath house CYI267I CVJ27S7 I BEDROOM.condition I bath arcee home. to In chain-excellent -
e J!,. Bum.. momlnln&lid 2934771 1I-91 Wm. with' OE built-in. 18000 per EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS -
Hotel. 14-TF Door Sedan Automatic rr, electrte' roto broil oven ...I.k... 11980000. Schoenthaler Ai
vyilnia. Haven Ban Subdlvl.Ion. month with JO1* applied aialnut 141 roomi. the utmoet In luxury '
transmission radio h.tRfeoR.tI' 17-90 dnwn navmMiU McELROY BUILD at reaeonable male. Maid aervice Co. 294-812J. 17-20

HOWBKEEPER WANTED heater, matching, original ((10)) Articles For Sale ERS. 98+4364. ll-TF all utilities. furnlnhed. 34-hour. IDYLRIDGE VIEW NEW modern S-bednom retirement .
ewltchboard air
Room' and board ruralehed plus DK refrigerator apartment *<> conditioning h (34 Ave. C,
110.00' ealarf per week Prefer woman Interior, whitewall tires, Perfect condition Very Clul.t. heating THE LAKE. : REGION OPEN HOUSE NE 113.600. "CY'J 1-1255. 12-Feb: 14TRANSFERRED

40 year old. Single. Phone air condition. USED RErlUOEIUTORS . 1311/ .00. 1232 A... F, NW. 19-91 ((12)) For Rent, Furn. Phone HOTEL:39341141132 Sth St. at Ave. B, NW. $9,950

CY 144U.. Ml Ave. O, US. WH Ranie Waeher* Dryer MUST SELL
17-21 LOOK Fre..... TV Set M OAL. oil drum complete with 1-bedroom. :2-bath I860 eqimr
Stereo .
$2,195 flttlnite and metal tand. *::11 "" FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED Blvd. Turn feet Lane cloeeta. South Vail Section
Air Conditioner Reconditioned 20-TV Out Havendale : Make OWNER
34141k offer.
fully luarnnteed Term right 2lst St. or Airport Roadto 893-7174.: 17-20
AAALflhIni.II From' EXCLUSIVERENTALS ROOMS. Me lane airy roomiConveniently -
:..: 121 811 A Up. JOHNSON B located In Old Portal road left. or
lit paved on
PinckneyOldsmobile APPLIANCES Uk Alfred SEWING MACHINE LOVELY LARGE Bedroom Spaatah -
Phone 173-113: Building. CY or call .
Kitee ,
Tb Automobile Aeeoe., 173-1590: "' 187. MFLAKEFRONT Type home Cypreii Ga '
Penlneula Motor Club .baa opening 11-TF REPOSSESSED CT $711 den Area Florida Room. Central
for sales repreaentatlve In Winter. Heat 113,500. CY 1-0011. 12TFA
Haven Lakeland Barton area.Excellent HOTPOINT SO, ..1.! 1'laie lined automatic I I bedroom turn home, extra FURNISHED
opportunity for men experlenred Used Car Lot hot water h..I.r1'/ 00. Uk new Elf Za.. Make buttonhole nice APARTMENT. Ctllltlee. reaaonable 22-Jan
In public contact. Very M 00 per month let ELLSWORTHCY .. monocrame. fancy design. I I bedroom "' .... home, very deIrable. weekly ntea.. MILLIE
attractive'for 111* I Iniurence mm. Corner of 3rd St. It the 1-1830. 11-91 No attachment. Auum ( 11-99 pev- MOTEL U S. 17 North. 20-2 Home For

For Interview; call Mr. Anlln water tower. MU 9-0138 Lakeland. I bedroom turn. duplex ....._ 1100 EJ.lIIlIIuIl5lIuuIIIlllIl5ulIlIuI5l5IIlIlllSplit
i-om Lakeland. 1S-83 TWO THREE-Bedronm and I
I bedroom ?UFn.IIOInS. NB' : 175 Funnelled and The Carefree
LIGHT oak Silvertono 1 speaker room apartmenta | Level
RUBBER: STAMPS Fnr check : .
FOODS CT 2-7S47 unlurnUhed. Phone CY t-Wl
COCKTAIL Walt,... Neat anddependable HI-FI with Crtnco AM.FM endowment ilfnatur I I bedroom horn .........._ 1100 23-Jan II YoUH be free of maint!n-
a I no dtahwaehrr. tuner. Call HA -3250. 11-Tf other purpoM ale dating
171IMO I 1 bedroom I bath home Fla 4 Bedrooms ance worries for a long
peels packet |
Apply In pereon LaMond Reetaur. .tamp ISO 00 MONTHLY clean trailer. ,
...... ..... ..... ... |9i
ant. Cyprus Garden Rd. leTFFFMALE OIL BURNING clrrulatlnaheater ..ta-np.. STAR PRESS Phone CY room Water and electricity aupplled. = time to come with this delightful -
5O' OLDS Full power. and new condition. 1:10: 00. Wid. tread- 4-3339. Ill AT*. A. W. tl I 1 bedroom tInt home ____ IW Suit couple. 19SS 40th 8t, NW deluxe 2 BR borne
air Etcellent condition Phone ........ Baths
trailer an) tire and sheet, 4 1 bedroonx Unto $75 ll1-TI'
!: _Itlon.. Burl<" Queen CY 39804Call before 100 pm.M i
COLD DOES NOT HURT Knapdraioni. -
{lino. CY MOSS Ml Rails, Ave I bedroom I tile bath BE: home -
1-40. 5
Kit Hvendale Blvd. Laos Eagl.i.ake.I 3039WEFDLES8 Petunia, Carnation .Pink". This home la in top condi
Apply la pereon. 1S-21 Cahndula Plant*. IV do. SEE: ON CHAIN of LAKES duplexea.Accommodate . home with flair and tion Including the extras
OLDS 0501 00 f. such
automatic tranernlielon pnwer I varde HIM. Tree as central heat
pullln flehlng boating Weekly
((2-B) Loans T1,000 Up iteerlns. PB., RAH. FR 1-IR9I IHt .. clearing. .'.-.... CY S 181'l ................... BEASLEY REALTY CO. I and monthly ra.... Rraionabl to .all Southeast air conditioning cedar

anytime. 10-31 011IPRINTING M4 Wk ..., hWCY Apply Sierra Court Motel CY schools Foyer entry, lined closets large

lie' ENGLl8H FORD. Good con.ditlon. USED TV SETS A. I* Take LEXICON HUT no CY "!liT' 4-3HU4.: t-TF n dining room, Florida Florida room drapes

NEED CASH? Phone CY 154141021 your pick. sit 00 each. Johno.flAppliance. jj jjNO. IS-TV I BEDROOM furnlehed "houe I room, 2 car garage . fully equipped kitchen

lit Mortgage rAIRLAN6ioO." Ford. '.! model.:' Lake Alfred. 173-11M: 1TFROLLAWAT I. ONE Newly' Decorated furnished AdulU only Inquire at Lake Ida There ia central oil heatto work shop garage-

SIMM down 141.00 a month CY 5 MAKEREADY \ apartment HI Avenue B. SB Grocery or call 293-W77. 1-TF keep you toasty warm underground Irrigation
2nd MortgagesAlso ..,1M. 1I-.1 : CY HOO. 17-TF of
BEDS: Baby Bed I and for the man and lovely landscaping.

Agreement of ill ntEB!: mr equity In air conditioned floor- iillthchalr PollKher- Chain U. DO Saw. rr_ Meckinic' ; adiuilmiMi. end J WILL share my nice suburban I ROOM duplex Available at 741 Lake Jeeula the house, s separate ad- Leu than two yean old.

bought, sold or arranged ... '11 Falcon Waa-on Take over the .... 2 home on Lake In (rovt with' reliable Drive February let. ditional room for his of-
pavmenl. Auburndal WO 7.!8M9 RENTALS ::11I01 O, NW. :95-TF mei ..c.tieiM eeeenery I. / retired and congenial man Adulta Referencee. No ...to. Contact this horns hat been tastefully -

FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. allut.* 4 My wile died. am lonely I Have owner at 741 acrow itreet 17-20 face or den and. Owner listed decorated and is sure
transferred Just -
OF WINTER HAVEN : Tachometer like Watee-Maater new Svatem. Complete Webeter 1 the pe..s *. .">". OhiO 'It 2 rent boat. kicker char color..""tI.TV.. food etera. and No at $25,500 Let'slook to appeal Call today for aa
Complete eei-ftce and new cable for 10 acre A VILLAGE!: OF GARDEN appointment to see this

511 Central Av*. CY 1-5131 L 4 J Service. 1W Sth It.. SW' CT 4' Main 1-7437 after I- Sprinkler 7 00 a m.line*. lt-31 Call: print *>r***rly. J chore' couple Would. O coincide. P.' K. elderly Auburndale mar'rued JfApMpUTt, FOR 1 6 I PARTICU bedroome cowl! Call exceptional home Total

CT 4-4MS. 1-TF Rt. L Boa M or phone WOFOR 7-3M3.
POWEll MOTOR LODGE Hwv. IT TETKEAVLT price is $17,900.LEIS .
TRY WAD AX TABLETS 17-21 North. 13-Jan.: 33 MALCOLM
((3)) Situation Wanted '12 POINTIAC ratallna Kr. Hardtop formerly
Dei-A Diet. New mme. aame formula Eves It Sue. CY 1U7C
AT., RAH PS. PB wiw Only (tie, Taylor Dote, RENT: DUPLEX APARTMENTS BROS.
Like new.. Low mil...*. HU-CWl: Lake Alfred. 9099FIXXR : Furnlehnl or UnfiirnIthed (I2-A) For S.l. ciRens
COMPANION Rou..k.....' wlakpoeltlon. n.22 I''''''. CY HJH.: 27-TF' REALTORS
*. Practical "u.... ;: j jw I 1204 $th St. N.VT.
1902 VOLKSWAOFN. white, deluxe.radio Sofa. I
training, Sample rhalre, ta- S90 Av*. E. II:. I bedroomi I TOWN COUNTRYlllsllIllllIIsIlllI5llIIlIlIllllill
.peclal diet, ete. Phon equipped. 11.500. ,)M4th etc I I I ( North Gate)
:H3401S. fully : blr lamiM. II Oil Aup.. bathe. Florida rm IUS TOWN 8AIE: OR LEASE! !: Opposite
14-90 SL. NL nIMt Term WarehouM Furniture Saleea roflNTRY RKAL ESTATE LAKtFRONT\ CHAW OF 2M-J1S7 MU. CT 42S52
tth 81., NW. IUS I CY 1-1141. ,..21 I.AKKS CB l-bedrama.. living p"t&qnouijlli'rjR)
COURT Button Waa-on' New ...
dlnl. Florida
MAX ace U deelre. carelaklnf, Job. tires, radio I lunge. ,i.;. Top room. tile bath. : a.3'1I411 1ISlNlL UIiJUI.t :
WITH PURCHASE of Blue Luatre. I.AKEFRONT aMrtment elm fur- kitchen, .1"" relruteratnr, dlehwanher. -
Home or other property Lip.n- .h...*. II5DCW for equity or elder rent Electric Carnet Ohemu.ooer 161 __ .. .19 .IU.UIt I Sucked h...... We'-r furnlehed All .... beat. paved drive 1m- ;; 'f
need Bondahl Own trauporiaUoa. car and menses paymeoU. I4WI4U for only It.go per day. Joke tVilandUardwara. electric klII.... TV ...._ Call medial. raaaacatoB. loa jn .7- ,
Poon' CY 1-alOt. 17-JO BU, M. 174) JU-U CY H7U. U-U 3-ens-Chief; 1U1 19-29 17-a

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By DICK WEST agencies, In! response to s presidential t: WANT TO BUILD IN N

directive had r
WASHINGTON (UPI) You reexamined //

((13)) Reel Estate For S.I. ((13)) Real Estate For Salt don't necessarily have to I aee their manpower requirements >
for fi.rall964 and 1963 =
something to know that it exIsta t

The wind, for Instance He said reports received up za

19 Golf View Circle CountryLakefront Who has aeen the wind Net to that time ahowed a reduction !

This li not an ordinary home ILt ther you nor I. But when wi of 3,291 jobs for '64 ad
feel a gentle zephyr blows)
It wn custom bull In 1961 for Close-In 2,701 Jobs for '65
our cheeks, or step Inside
Mr and Mri W E. Vinson. It upon '1
the chamber of the U.S. Senate+ "In other by July ,

features an exceptionally 1 livable Nestled amongst 27 pines on we know that the wind is there 1965 It wW have been 8999,"

floor plan of more thai lot 75x330 right on beautiful It la the same way with ea observed s reporter who I ia

3,000 iq ft.Bl8lcany. lakefront. Modern 2 bedroom, timated federal employes In al good: at arithmetic ---- --- ---

it is a 3 bedroom, 2 tile bath CB home with parquet of the years that I have beet "That la correct," said 1 CAN'TWAIT
bath home with floors Includes built.ii Hatcher. ER..I WE MAP A I BEETLE IS 2
2 a large carpeted in Washington, I have nevei
living room, panellei oven and range, garbage disposal once aeen an estimated federal That means that the federal W'.IERE'S UEA.PACUB AND HAD
screen attractive kit cabineti, will have Uia 45511.9, TO LIE OOWKl FOR
Florida room, a I employe. government to ONLY LYING SA1IT
porch. There ia a rumpus room I 44 ft. sliding glass doors onto And yet I know that estimated many fewer employea on that trI i @ A MtNUTft GOWN FOR A

or 4th bedroom and 3rd bath 01 patio. Sea wall, utility room, federal employes do exist date than it does now?" someone MINUTE TIM.!

the rear. A small laundry room I 225 deep well and pump, car The federal budget ia full at asked I -

ii located inside the bouse will porte. For only $17900 Term them. And just the other day, 'I cant exactly say that!,' f iiiiA

a rear exit. I if desired. Owner moving t out the Johnson administration, Hatcher replied.

The kitchen ii large, will; of State Make an appointment which has undertaken to 1 reduce "Andy, these figures presumably =

built.in oven and range aplenty < I Inow" ? the federal payroll, elimInated mean cuts below the yearend b rFt

of cabinet space. almost 6,000 estimated 1963 level of employmentis r=
that right?" r
Beasley Realty Co employes
A central heating and air con The nice thing about dealini "They mean cuts below the ,
ditloning system provides 1 for 934 6th St, N.W. CY 3-275 with estimated employes ii estimated job that departments 1.20 ucco

comfort in any type of weather CY 3.2(7$ that you apparently can ellmi and agencies had salt

The location of course, Is per nate them without having U that they needed for these eL

feet. It a only minutes from A horn of rre.UK.. end dlrnlly Eeellent >.. discharge any actual employs years," Hatcher said.

and schools and walkini eoUtlOIOn.. owner. pro.. At least, that was the way It "You mean cuts of estimates,
town eity \p.r teen.. In.,,. tloa Ir _
distance to Lake Elbert Bead oiled offer wanted Will tak.mall ; was explained by Asaociati then you oft( MERETOpp wills MYmI MEMBER. DIEPHi.w, 1TUsnoosa1LLP Iii IA' ThEM OOTOkY

and the golf course. .Garage home apartments a. down rear payment of .i lot White House Press Secretary "That is correct MARTIAN CIVILIZATIONDUEOTION, CiLL? IATURIS,coos'TO I CAu1.D1CARAP

The price is $33,500 and Out of elate owner US Ave VNE Andrew T. Hatcher at a recent "In other words, it can easily t6N'T 1150110 PRESlOVINOP AMUWE KNOW-1 AFRIZEATREAaIIF.I tlsM THIq 1'.01
good terms are available. briefing be possible that no one would TO at TORN Af ,RT

J-BEDROOM tile bath din tn. Hatcher told newsmen thai lose his job?" ,AND DIVIDD!

GENE PRIEST room. Near chopping renter. city; all federal departments and "That is right." said Hatcher .
llvlnt no city taxaa IS9WJOO I j To tell you the truth, I am ...
1-922 : 17 ..
Realtor not certain what effect the reduction 1FWHAT' ...
Legal Advertising in the number of estimated .
373 Third Street, N. W. BY OWNER Northern coupli -
..u their furnl.hed joba will have But! 1 if
Winter Haven Fla mum cosy dII rtlf ,%
f :
l-bedroom tile bath. electric I. The Circuit. Curt Teeth the government has fewer estimated
CY 3 1283 acreened porch lam< ,
.20. .nloJam *. Ava 1850000,' rhnn: Jadlrlalevel/ / la And tor employes, then presumably ..
:M3-44KS isDON'T Polk County; hunrerr. FlorlliaI. there will be an estimated O e,11x7

BUDGET!: MINDED! HUGH 3, OAR.NK1T and saving on the estimated payroll
$55 PER GIVE VP1Dre.m And this could mean that our:
everything. 1 Bedroom actsporch. ei wile. oho
Clo..-tn. :Move In today I bath, Plaintiff, estimated taxes will be reduced)
home S BBS V.. s
I INCOMB! PROPERTY ITS dowt central air condition, screen. porch IDA E. MARSH antiCAR01.YN correspondingly. But don'tcount
month In Lake AlfredI double carport hi. A: her utlllt: LANCASTER. et al on it
f75 Can
room.. Lowew price In town. Defendants.SUIT .
BEDROOM Iii bathe, pew ) be purchased beautifully furnished TO QCTFT TITLE THE 585 WAS CR06alAld HI LAID HE'ft ORRV-Y OH JiS3G SO DID
decorated In SB Mellon. STROUT REALTY Caie No NOTICE W61-S1-M: : 1514 Or A6AINGT THE RiD lul. Ht JUBT CAN'r RLNLLYIReSIST I DID A OOOd I d

Kite. CY M Mardla CY 4-1311 .r SDt-iMl unmarried woman
Cal Jerry last 7
Dan Winter. CY 1-1433 1TI 14,171: .:edll Washington RdSlttuburrh Gel ThanksDUBLIN PAS6ED 1 ItiF WORI I
21 Pa.
Furnished or unturnteh4. LaktShlpp Glllr.lnnd, tact known aitdre.i. 'fU NIM I Ic It
Height ar... Phone C lr ((13.A) Groves 1S75 Barr Avenue Crafton, Pa Ireland (UPI -
1-7305. 27-Jan Elisabeth A. March, addrenunknown Matthew McCloskey. outgoing n 1

.. U.S. Ambassador to Ireland, 1 h.
Robert E Boyd "
East Eagle Lake 1,000 Acre Ranch Boyd, hi. wife,' rr.-: '. thanked the Irish people for'
known addrei.: 401 Spring Mil their hospitality Sunday am
Road Vlllanova Pa
DriveWaves Approx. 250 acres improved Carolyn Lan eecter. a alna-li" said his departure will be 1 a -o vO
and unmarried woman. Jut 'aad "
Planted to pangola and Pena known eddre.: 39 Hondrldm day
of the lake wash on Drive Plttubirih, M Pa. A atatement issued by Mc
cola Bahia grass The entire Howard O. march and Emml a
white sand beach of thli CIoskey mentioned no date (for
your 1000 acres I is fenced and hai, B. Marsh, hi. wife. addraei
charming older 2 story home ol unknown. his return to the United States t0
Dr. Nayfields Large livtnj well on property Located In Flmer E. Rood and Ha.rrl.tl He la resigning to help raise t
Polk Down payment Bovd addre unknownJamea
room, dining room and Florida D. Bend and ...... election campaign funds for the --
room overlooking the lake $37.500, balance payable 10 yrs. Bovd hi. wife. If any, loot Democratic party
bedroom at 5%. known addreu: 401 Easter tall Yllt ill AN ONION J>M WICH, 111 YoUm STOMACH
Large dormitory type Avenue Pitt.hur"h. Pa SOME CHILI, A ., MUST THINK IT'S AMi5RILE

with extra Urge bath and many 90 Acre Citrus If alive heir and. d..1.If dead.... leratae.to the unknown or- Legal Advertising b LETS SEE ft. \ CPCAM PUFF AND LHOMP I TESTING

closets for the large family cranteea of any nf tha above WHAT HAVE J V A DILL PICKLE LNoMPO4HOMP v : GROUND

Central heat Stove, refrigerator named natural derendanta WSi SOT FOR ,

freezer, dishwasher, dock Grove To an t>.rtl..anA clalming! lnt.r"lbv J.OTICE A BEDTIME6NACKT
work- throuich under or aralniit thi Notice I. hereby riven that sealed IIC
& boat lift 2-car: garage,
All mature Has 6 000 orange above named natural. defendant bid. will be received by the Board Ill
ahop. Home la vacant. Move in not known to be dead or alive of Countv Conmluloner. of Polkounty.
treea and 1,300 gft trees. Early and Florida, up to S.30
will finance. tel
today as owner and grapefruit baa been bar; To all partle. havlnf er claiming A.M, on Tueeday February :4to I .
to have any right title or Intereeln : be Immediately thereafter t i
EDNA WATSON vested, but owner states vale) and to the following deecrlbed an'feueb1ICI: read for the eel.of h .
ciai crop Is included in sale mpertr! ell iate In Polk County, I the following I deathbed land.Beginning we4
1 I 7&3U feel writ and
Florida tc-wit
REALTOR and la valued at $80000 Thii zees 1 nl MF.NZrOr.A t4erranrvr 860.UO feet South of the northeast
128 ftb Bt, NW CY 4-4141 grove has necessary irrigation BION TO THF: TOWN OF DUNDEE corner of Section 11. Towmh' 29
FX>RIDA. a. .hown by South, Range 3a i-aet run thence
.21- hai
pipe and 12" well Also Map or Plat thereof recorded In aouth IOU leet thence ...t &I5 1
necessary firing equipment (nc the Offlre. of the Clerk of the feet more or I... to the marginof
WELL located large horn Need, Circuit Court In and for PolkCounty the lake; thence northeaiurly 1 cole
eonaldei-able repair Fireplaclrrooomstearpor cold damage). This a prime Florida. In Plat Book 20, along lake 111 feet more or l I.... I.2o "'+
grove located on the ridge near 62. to a point due ...t of the point
taa access porch Urn Pyou AND EACH: or q'Y'arenotlf.d of beginning thence welt MS feet
believable price Accept boat ear Winter Haven that a .ult to l more or lop to the point of beginning .

or what have you for equity< or Down Payment tft the above described pronertv and yoU further. Information communlcale AL1I10ULY, Two /tLJRCS START TO CtiNC WAILS ACROIS 75* erica} CASCA' ) c-w A!
lakeland 683188'workln. Price $500000 hat been filed Semi nnt you For
arrange term 688-8973 17.20 Balance .re hereby required to nerve a copy with L. W Duncan :: 10 TMs .TAIL ROO/ .. I or.N 7Letwgwa CELL, mutt
hour or less fruit
$375,000 of vour Aniwer to the Comnlaimon Lountv Commia.loner Winter Haven e Mr 4 AvAMR pVRNAR PWLLNVI U. H rreoo s TO IdCAM
CHAIN OF LAKES New payable in 7 years at 5%, the nlnlntlfffi attorney WAI.KFR Florida trI R ear TO IAT TWAT ratty PSINO
ON S bath horn 40rreened RABE WINFS Van IIklv.r The Board ,.... ... the right teretect 7YXNO ,/
bedroom double carport. Bulldlnr Winter Haven FlorMa' any or all bid.. AU bid. to
Wept porch aide Lake EloHe HOOTer VARNER BROS. and file the original In the office tneon.Meted must be lubmltud In
dock. .
Road. CY M740 CY HM 7.TF of the Clerk of the Clrcu Court dltllcate. All bid. should be encloeed rz
REALTORS .n l or before the Snth day of Jan : In a .ealed envelope, plainly
u.irv. A D. 1"S4: other*.\IM the ..I. marked on the outalde Bid on r
243 Ave. A, N.W. 294.4111 ratlone of raid complaint will beDaid'th land in Lade: Lake, S.30 o'clock
No Down Payment 1921 la "nl..d. A M Tueiday, 1544"
< Mth day of Decem Ordered In open 't'o January r1Z
b.r. A.D. 1 Mn.n 14 1884.UIn.dl.
Necessary tx. I'IrJ'IAN' m. Wl1m. 1IcCut.h.o. .r lu
Lots & Acreage Clerk 01 the Circuit Chairman I ii rrt
((14-AJ( ) Coun.SP' hilln.dl D H. .10&11. J. C') \
If credit uallfy. you Clerk
1 2bedroom home for sale, ACREAGE of the firm of Jan JO. V 1M4Tnichtin
total price $5600. Payable $43,23: '''ALtC1'R.! B"PB! A WINES. *: McPhenonPO
V.n SV".. Bu'Mln Box 19
monthly 1 bedroom home, total 1 acre. 11300 *: up. 4 acre Winter Ha..en. Foritornev. -<% Winter Haven
price $5900 payable $45.54 13750. 30 acre can be divided .. for nlalntlff.' .
: 31% down, balance lit pel Dee SO >*IS. Jan I. IS JOta 15e
monthly. month NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO
MARK APPLICATION FOB 1.00K yT"AT we. rv'f We'RaTLL INRiVJNs TWnv'Rs f TV eRS tfuvr n A (tir.1 '
CY 3.8454 Jadlrlal rlrrnlt, In Re: Kilate' of pACe SMSI 'ID CAN'T b1 Si5N, wAvt THEY cow. THAT HlP THAT TWiAf / |
HAVEN 14 15th St., NW Florid cS ilsANTiOi IT Li EUI f
h.... .
1J-TF (
I. .rJ.C. Jee..4 MusT Ise 7545 tNOTINEa
519 Central Ave. ... No. 10972 Docket I 10 To All Whom It May Concera: :..a ', Hip ROR THE ONJ. CRAIT i INTO POR WAR / COMPACT I-] TI
293.9063 CHOICE: RESIDENTIAL!: LOT onCypreo Pare 1'1' a. 113 Notice la hereby liven that we THAT NICKED Uat MOTION
CY 3.5151 Garden. Road Owner CECIL E DIXON have filed our final report aa Executor f7 PHYtJ.l91Dl
18-TF will finance. Call 294-:1636.: J-TF PlalntlfGHILLECENT of tha e.tata of Marlon 88i ;; I'RINCQf!
-.- >a,n, deceaied: that we have
JUST eomplei, room block 100 X 145 LOT with 11 orange DIXON DefendantHOTICF filed I our nf"It tlon for final dlicharite I. -
completely tiled Schoentheler' ; wa will apply U
hou. phil 1 trera si.000 00. OF St IT
Near Cry.WBeach 1730: the Hon. Richard/ A. Bronaon,
bathe kitchen Lake Mlll.lt. Dray 4: Co 154-3123. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO': County Jude of Polk County. Floe
and heal'r.lvln.. LOT near) Miller-en DlxonRe.ldence ida, on the 6th of February
well attic fan apace CHOICE LAKEFRONT aldr ;
3275t : Unknown 1IM. for p the aama antitr o I
room 1330 lot SO X CvDro.. Garden. 106 on l.xe notified that a .
:3JA You are hereby final diechane a. Execitora ofthe
WO CY : jttVK and road by 2SO' deep $8.700. By lull for divorce hat been filed e-tata of Marlon S. Spain, da- rIo rN
owner Term. CY W717 evenings avalrat vou In the above entitled beedThu.Sth.
> 8AI' !K nine Rants AreaModern 19.21 sum: and that you are hereby. required day of January 1984-
be-room homaaS50 to ...... a copy of vour an- Batt. L. again :do
Down 150 per month ". ncr or ether written defeneei anon H C. Crlttenden
3-colt *- J r Julien Bennett elalntlff attorney Executor, of the' eilata
CY | 4-ALohi) Acreage whose add....... I I. MIl Vlmar of Marlon I. Spain, h5 0(' .
)ulldll(. Winter Haven on e. be- I De ....d
ore the Srd day of February Crlttende* A Crlttenden
OutstandingLakefront i a D 1<.W4. and before or iteimedi.tel P. O. Box 153
', thereafter to fta with the Winter' Haven Florida fNL fIGNCO ROJIMAy WADE OH I E DIDN'T MKNAI
.' Acreage Clerk of the above .tvled Courthe Attorney. for Executors A DCTERDINT COMMERCIAL IV/ 1170, aE SNALL0P
pod or pod Ntt MIND SO MUCN ON ONE
B mitten original del en.of... If annwer any. Jan U JO. 17 Feb. I. 1M4' At TNC CAS11Nd A YEAR AfTW 05lt DID THt5Ea < TNC NIAID NW A dW Wt CONtP f OUR
TNC 6015 LADY wLuWA5
Tracts! If ..01fa 11 to do ao dee... proonfeieo AACNCYTNL LULLED A RtAL / h. fIR A RIVAL UM pAAKlRIMOUID* / Youtw 10034 rose Nu coNVCasATION 10fitiN
will be entered a'alntou >oOTI( .. OF INTENTION' TO P.OPRItTOf'e
demanded In the
for the relief\ MATS: TNERt SC
Home$21,5O0 1V Acres for $2.DO* :om WITNESS>!lalnt my hand anti offlrlal FINAL UlfttUAItOC NOT PASSED PINK-SLIPPCD AND INt MC WNLN h MOMTNO WAIT

.nil of office at Bertow Polk In I Re t-itate elIMUtt C UNO65IRV0 i POINTED R OuTI StTWtIN riTCHCt 6
2 Acre Tracts for $3500 Easy 'ountv Florida. th. Mth day ef SaUJJMORE. ON A !

If you appreciate a lovely terms. $100 down, $25 per December T A Drf 1941 SLAAN. .JJl.I To All Whom It May uJSJIS4: PRODUCT!

lawn and a well located I month High & dry. Just 3 left Clerk :: ) :: Notice I. hereby a,v.n that It tia. r .,
lied P
Clerktrols IU report aa bxeculorof
then By
lakefront home, you out of 10. Ideal for country living Delver of oiute ot Lotil. Bkidmor.

should Investigate this tru Handled exclusively by rIlEAL) deceaMd r'I that W'ra'filed its Ji
outstanding example. 1 JULIAN BEVNETTittome : I Itlon ., and
ly at Lwn It will apply to the Hon. Richard
A. Bronaon County Judos ol' folk
Vlmar BulMIn
Co. |
Located on Lake Howard, Beasley Realty Winter Haven Florida :ountr. Florida on the 'th day nf ..

this 3 BR, 2 bath home features 134 .tJi St, NW Dae 10. 1M3 Jan S U X 1 MVOTICE I.bruarv erne and llb4.for for final approval diecha roe of the aeLaecutor lei ''I s ,, fl 4
large walk in closets CY 3-2757 or CY 3.2(71 of the eitate ol Louie
closed garage TO fBEDITOBS Ik dmora daceaMd I I II
-. ..d... Lear The loih day of January 1M4tXCHN e '..sera'x
spacious storage room b Ike Cea.tr "E NATIONAL aUK

IUD room overlooking lake In.Aid.. For OF WINTER HAVEN
Pub rierldaIN
By' William
ACREAGE O Freeman, n
air conditioning > I RE ESTATE OF Treat Officer
underground irrigation MYLA A. RANDALL' Executor al tha relate of
I 1/10 Acre land 1200lakefront Dacea.ed'o Louie. Sk dmoro. deceaMdrlttend
dock and boat house and ft. on Lake Pierce. Land All Creditor, and Pomona : n ft: Crlttenden
many fruit treea InvestIgate In raw but has excellent development Havlnr. C%m. or D. m a a d. P. O. Box IS]
home and '11 potential. Priced right Aolnit Said Estate:: Winter Have Florida
this you
You and sack 01 you are hereby Attorn.r.: for Executor
agree its an SEB notified ta file In duplicate all Jan. 11 30 27 Feb t 1M4KOTICE SALE'

value at a price out.tandln'l Lime ere alt'&lnet and the demand eatatn whirr, Mvla you A.endail. 11 6 UHO E .
JAMES n. CROSS! Realtor
dereajed In the office of rl'lDra' ncTITIOCS x C
LEIS Office' 23* Ire St. W CY 4-J444: Richard A. Bronnon. Count Jud e. lUll STATLTB
lt-31 at t hla office In the Court Houee at Notice" la hereby riven that theunderemed
REALTORS B........ Florida with:a all calendar deeirnw to entue inbtutneei
month from January JOthM under the flctitknu name li i 1
1200 Sixth St. NW LAKEFRONT: LOT ( which I. the date of the first of PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ST e
I ubllcatlon of thla notice Each BUREAU at UJ Weet Central Arenue .
North Gate) aim or demand must bbe In writn .
(Opposite 110 Feet wide on Chain White In the City of Winter Kavonriorlda
meat elate the place of reatence Intend to rertetar the aald'ictltlou.
294.im Sand Beach, 250 Feet Deep, and poet office &lid... of ''' name with the Clerk ofIh. : II
Ih. claimant must be ramrn to and : e Circuit Court of Polk County
of Near
Sua. 294 Z8S2 Just North City Limits j
Eve. l> I mint be filed a. afoeraatd. or slam Florida
State: Farm. REDUCED 20% aama will become void DATA FROTEBSrva BUREAUOF
COI.IN' D OUW1' '*
below Appraised Value. FLORIDA INC.Bv -
LEILA Executor.R. CAMERON Arthur W. KarrKPre.ldent

17120 CALL OYtNER CY 41709 J.to. JO IT Feb. .. 10. Uf4 I ;an. U. X. 37, Itt I W4



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Cigarette Ad



By FTC pOO'x[' SHOPPING Biscuits

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Margarine
Federal T r ad. Commission MARKEl TS IS A
(FTC) wants stiff new rules enacted x

and libeling for cigarette to remind advertising smokersof ,

"the substantial health hat rPLEASURE! l.lb,
card' ." %, 1 Occtn reg.5c
The rules were recommended
by the FTC because of the find-
legs of the U.S. Public Health
Service's report on smokingand

rules health.would If require approved that, this the :' lr r (LIMIT Z PLEASE) LIMIT( 4 PLEASE)
warning be posted on every "IIII'{'

SMOKING pack"CAUTION of cigarettes IS A-HEALTH CIGARETTE: HAZARD \ //j '!j r;; J1'",

4. : The Surgeon General's :
Advisory Committee on smoking .
end health has found that .
'cigarette smoking contributes e ill our meat dept.
substantially to mortality from SWIFTS PREMIUM "pWIOO
certain diseases and
to the over.all death rate.' GRADE A. SHIPPED, GOVT.INSP'DQUICKFROZEN / Quick Frozen Shoulder-Cut '
The FTC proposed this shorter D&D IIOJ'tt1 Green Stamps
I I statement for use during LAMB ROAST .1r.lnsw.5...di.'a.s..a I
every spot radio or television! a Premium Super-lucid
commercial on cigarettes: LUNCH MEATS
"Caution: Cigarette smoking BAKINGHENS lb. 35' ..1_ WNs I pke.January I7(U. 1M4
l Is dangerous to health. It may
:1 I idler cause diseases.death from" cancer and -=. Tasty Leon Shoulder-Cut OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

I The FTC also proposed that LAMB CHOPS
no advertisement or package :
label state or imply that cigarette 50ID"lJ'"mso.

health smoking "promote.. good," lb. 45 J"( Green Stamps
or physical being .
/ ...
or that it is "not a hazard to I hafaas..dp.rdu..au I
: I health." Swift's Premium Super-Sliced Htrmon't Orange Band Wieners
The FTC scheduled public c _
Ib. 59eJfll
hearings March and on said the they rules were next subject lb. 3 5 LUNCH MEATS ,,., _._ 'a._ r.1;

to change withdrawal or c.lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO..i: .
additions regulations.before the !issue of final 3 p>k 9*.. 87C

Other congressional news (Sliced Bologna, Savory Lnf, Pickli > Pimmtalplm 50ID"p'TJ'"mso s :
Federal Reserve Chairman 1 100 .x1.' AH Grata Stampi /c upHerman's .
Wright Patman, D-Tex., old
the House Banking Committeewill : \ Orange BondWIENERS Green S
begin hearings Tuesday on .: ; I jilkt>itMUrMMa'avrdMMfl sj
several bills proposing a reorganization .11 SQUIBB ASPIRIN TABLETS
of the Federal Reserve 400's tiie $1.3
Board. "Any federal institution '1 I .. .. 9_
r !
that has. not been 'I I \ Ib r:9c ;: W a. January 0. P:1
looked into for nearly 30 years 1 I L"JOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOL"J;
should have a check up," Pat pint 50 *.*. ht SftH Gram Siompt wcaupenGreen
man said in a statement.

Cattle Markets 50mW EE 50 eloirii produce Iciiie o 50W50

I Jw MlktiltMoaMMiKiraSaMMJ Stamps I Western Grown Cello Pocked I W Green..ilk Slit twM* stampsl
Report Sales I2-oz ties 51.19 largo size
1 0
M, |M4 Carrots. p k 9. .
Florida State Farmers Markets BQQ0900000000 Q S Soooooooooomooml3
sold 4,854 cattle and
calves: ; and 3326 hogs and pigs
at 17 markets during the past : ; IlrnelRT. i
week and gross receipt. totaling .
$377,680 were reportedby
14 market., W. 0. Whittle, MARCAL WHITE
Sales for the week before at ,
16 makets Included 6,540 cattle 5c OFF DEAL!
and calves, 4478 hogs and pigs GET ONEFREE
and 13 goats.Individual PAPER
markets summaries 1 r
follow; iil F
Arcadia, 102 cattle and calves. '
calves.Belle Glade, 302 cattle and Napkins

Bonifay, 6 cattle and calves,
219 hogs and pigs. DEL MONTE 14-OZ. BOT.Catsup.
Gainesville b47 cattle and nr
calves, 333 hogs and pigs. C
Brooksvllle, 104 cattle and g!. 4idge
calve pkg
.Seffner, 678 cattle and calves. C
reg. 10
Jay, 121 cattle and calves;
317 hogs and pigs pkg.
;-Nominee 325 cattle and (Limit 1 deal per customer (Limit 1 w/pu re hoses .f
calves. end purchase of $3.00 or more) $3.00 or morel)
Lakeland, 358 cattle and
I calves.
,Live Oak, 121 cattle ana "\
t calves, 1153 hogs and pigs.
Monticello, 95 cattle and
calves, 564 hogs and pigs 501''TI" Libby. PineappleGrapefruitI
i Ocala, 326 cattle and calves,

I, 736 Okeechobee hogs and,pigs.723 cattle and "1 Green J.!:' PRICES WED.,EFFECTIVE JAN. 20, 21 MON., 22,, 1964 TUES., F., D rln k
calves I M1k lilt waM alt psl
J Orlando, 325 cattle and calves, 20-MULE TEAM BORAX t 32-oz.
4 hogs and pigs. pkg. 59cJanuary bc
Tampa 403 cattle and calves. wdrp reg.w.... U. __ dairy specials e can
i i Waucbula, 148 cattle and
Webster, 70 cattle and calves. Pillsbury Peanut Butter a Schlmm.1 Brand

50mE.( .' leA UVV 50 Cookies repkg.. 47 Grape Jelly
Match Clears
rA l Green Stamps
I ..**ii|-aM*.*awcktw al <

Car Gas Line = PLANTER'S 13Va-oi.MIXED can 79e NUTS J' frozen foods 3 20-o jars.z' 51B

I ...,- w. Southland Whole
OCCIDENTAL Calif (UPI)- QOOOOOOOOOQE1 I .oz. Breakfast Club Enriched
The time Is (25: p.m. IXXJL Strawberries16 39*
I Gilbert Encinas Is cleaning '
the gas line of his car mE White Bread
I It is getting dark. Encinas 50 : TeA 50 Minute Mold Frozen

light. a match. G'fruit Juice 2 T.;:: 49 -
J The gas line I Is cleaned almost J" Green stamps 2 reg. 31c
I Instantly. I ...4..._.a loaves
It is feared, howevtr, that the BUMBLE BEE CHUNK STYLE TUNA Swenson 3-coun. ;c
car may prove to be a total
I loss, when found. .3. flat cant....$1. T-V Dinners . sky. 79 1 .
The Division of .1. WNr J." no feat f i .lICkkka
Forestry 8
B T.rkty *f Salisbury Suck)
railed out to protect its trees, 000000000000000000
reported that Encinas was not

Bicycle Plunge 50 'FREE T Am50 !50mlrTIAmso CLIP &

Jw Green Stamps J7/ Green Stamps : REDEEM e
Injures Rider l W MRfcMt*t I .Irerew.' .a>a d.aaaal< ; GATE
Robert Ribbons, 35, was under 25ft. roll 39c 9.0. |far $1.15 VALUABLE a PUOL1XNORTH

j. treatment plunged and shock 200 today feet serr to a Injuries rocky<
beach. --
c Ribbons rode hla bicycle over ;M A R K E T s Center

j t a fog.shrouded cliff Sunday.Rescuers reserve the sweetheart liquid trenddetergent trend powder
strapped him onto a ,
J stretcher and carried him along right to limit toilet soap detergentquantities 10
the beach to cliff steps wherehe o r
I was taken back up the cliff ,. J 21.... *.
3 31' 49' 49
and rushed by ambulance to a me YiH sue

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