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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 21, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
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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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PRACTICE SPIN-Some of the local riders entered In the Fifth Annual Imperial

I Charity Hors Show arc out for practice saiiiont dally Over 600 entries from 35 states,

Canada, Mexico, and the District of Columbia will compete in the fiva-day show which .
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County Commission ReportResidents Winter Haven


ShovExcitement\ Deficit Is Cut


Object I To Make Formal I


To $J5 5 Billion


To Junk YardApproximately College Offer l

Is Mounting | WASHINGTON (UPI)-President -

Johnson today sent Congress

Members of the Winter Haven a $')T9 billion "economy
20 people McCuthcheon In talking the mat
By TlltRSTON WILLIS Chamber of Commerce will I I and prollrl' s" budget brimming
headed by George R. Cone of ter over with the group. '
with optimism and radiating
Staff Writer
present a formal written offerof
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the Lake Marion neighborhoodarea ell'ctlon.yt'lr significance
Excitement Is mounting at Bids Were Opened the Winter Haven Golf Club ,
which is southeast olHames Johnson proponed cutting
the Polk County Riding Association to the county school board i I
Bids for a service buildingat federal spending $500 million
grounds off Dundee Road City, came before the
Sportsman Park were open. morrow to consider as a to'j under current levels In the new
as horses arrive daily for the County Commissioners this
ed this morning. Following is manent site for the new 15 fiscal year, marking only
start of the Fifth Annual Imperial
morning In Bartow asking that the bidder and bid given: the second time in nine yean
Polk Charity Horse Showon Junior College.:
something be done about a Builders Construction Co., $3- this has been done.
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Jan. 29.Eighty .
offer will be deliveredby
horses, 40 from the junk yard that is arising In 382; Bawls Construction Co., The But he said his budget
the Chamber members on "would advance nation toward
$3,954; IMCO Construction Co., our
Winter Haven area, are alreadyon their homesite area.
the grounds. Over 600 are ex Cone said that Melvin Tiner $4,521; A. M. McCraney $3.800 behalf of the city Tomorrow It I greater national security,

pected to be on hand for the had started the yard and thatit and L. F. Martin $4,700. The the last day college tile offers a stronger economy and res II.
bids were accepted and it was nation of the American dream
of the I
five-day show.
opening had to the place will be accepted.
grown |
voted to table them for study of Individual security and equal
Bob and Bill Dillon,
managers
where the road to feel
access Haven official
even Winter "
with the low bid be for all
opportunity
of the show, IBid that to announced
581 entries had already been their properties was down to later, that this 914 acre tract stand ,I The President also predictedI

received and more were expected lone lane; two cars can't even the best chance of any offered I I I that the Treasury would wind
the road. The committee
to arrive today and duringthe pass asked on that something be Tells Of Exposition of being elected for the per- up $4.9 billion in the red next
balance of the week. year compared with $10 billion
The done as soon as possible, thatit Robert J. Eastman, managerof mancnt site of the new college. ending
for the current fiscal
Dillon brothers IBid that the year
entry list should top 600, com was certainly devaluing their the Citrus Exposition, told The city commission has unan- RIDGE SAVINGS BOARD AND OFFICERS-Ridge Fadera! Saving and Loan AIIO- June 30.
property in this beautiful area. the Commissioners of the progress imously voted. to offer the elation details elected directors and officers.At that all Ms
pared to last year's entry of I I getting organizational completed today, He emphasized
621. There will be 169 events I "We want you people to give ; of the Exposition, dividing site. have offered sites the meeting, from left: Seated, Ralph E, Chamber, vice president; Richard Dantiler, planning was contingent on early
his cities ,
when talk into
real
help two Many
and $40,000 In prize money, trophies j us start some the problemsof we one about the new building parts-and: and competition for the new president; H. E. Apple, Jr., chairman of the board; C. O. Spencer, Jr., treasurer; Janet passage by Congress of the
on zoning
and ribbons will be I Arnold Bud Shinn J. R, ( Bob) $11 billion tax cut bill and the
Jr. Silvert
the county so that these site and the other about the school is keen. I E. Gray, secretary; landing, Charles M. ( ) ,
awarded. j I things won't happen in the upcoming show. Besides the Winter !Haven offer I Paul, all directors; Irving Wheeler, attorney; Gene Thompson, director; and James W stimulus It Is expected to give
Thirty-five states, the District fu'l the
of Columbia, Mexico and ture," said Chairman An artist's sketch, which had the school board also has Burchard, executive vice president and manager .. Johnson economy slxrt assumed that
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been run in the Daily News- firm offers from Bartow, Lake. I
Canada will be represented in Congress would go along with
the show. I If Chief several weeks ago, was land and Lake Walci. The Bar. Apple Is Chairman Of Board
a $1.3 billion slash In defensespending
A number of familiar names Clubs Seeking shown and fully explained. The tow offer, considered to be one Plans Made ForIndustry and aloe him new cotton
building Is'of geodesic of the best the school board .
design
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will be among the entries, but and dairy" prftgram V lap)
.. . and will have a diameter- has received la fur.ua aerej .. ...,
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there svllValao )p. nany.horutand f 'f'. .. : T '" MvVsnofher II 1.15 billion.
Jrider appearing: >tor the 170 'Ieet, all with no 'pillars.. at'the .'rto"' Air Bart.0' y Ridge"s 'ingrifletti Either-or both-of these assumptions
first time. Sunday LiquorFour The Initial building when fur.nlshed site near Lakeland have been Drive could be upset by
will proposed, one at Ealon Park
The feature attraction, the cost in the neigh some new International crisis
$10,000 Orange Concentrate borhood of $165,000 and one near Lake Hancock I (Johnson foreaaw continued
Jumper's Stake is expected to In addition to the main build. The Lake Wales sue is south Dantzler As President un
Winter Haven private easy peace) or by the refusal
leg there will be of the city. United Fund
draw the most Interest, with clubs have petitioned the city two satellite By of the lawmakers to overhaul
many of last year's entries commission to revise the ordinance (Continued on Page S, Co!. 2)) Lake Alfred, which had hoped( the farm program.
site Lake no-
to present a on
back again. to permit sale of liquoron chelle, unable to obtain Plan. were made for the The meeting wa held In the Treasury Secretary Douglas
Another battle between Wind- was Plans for the solicitation of
Dillon said the President's cut
Sundays.The association headquarters, now I
Federal and
Ridge Savings
and will make
nor Castle. last year's winner. Sunshine the property no business .
500 employee
petition was submittedto Pike known. a* the "Ridge! Build- some In exp'ndlturralreaUy Increased
Navarra, second win offer. Loan Association to begin operations
place the commission by the Win Ing," In downtown Winter Ha firms and government officesin chances of getting a
which I The State Department of Education by the end of January, I
ner, and Skryne was ter Haven Elks Club, Fnerson- To Be WidenedAt vent the 1964 United Givera Fund balanced budget In fiscal 1067!
third, Is shaping up. All three junior college survey as the organizers and subscribers Drive were made yesterday ata
Nichols American Post, Previously, the Treasury Indi-
Legion Herbert E. Apple Jr. wu
are entered. team will inspect the sites Feb. held their organizational
South leaden
of
Although the show Is still nine Winter Haven Moose Club and End 4 and 5.WASHINGTON. meeting this morning. elected chairman of the board, In meeting the office campaign of Merrill K (Continued On Page S Col. 1)
the Florence Villa Elks Club.
days away, horses, riders and I WILDWOOD (UPI) The --- as the directors, confuting of Grafton, vice president of State
They ask revision of the the of the
ordinance I nine organizers association
pectators were on hand over Turnpike Authority finished
to permit them to stay met la executive scsainn. Farm Insurance Companies, at
the weekend. Animals I
were lengthening the Sunshine State the firm's regional headquar Where FederalDollars
bring groomed, worked out, and open until 2:30: am on Sundayand Parkway Monday, and considered Five-Point DisarmamentPlan tern in Winter Haven.
the grounds being prepared for to be open Sundays from widening it today. Mayor Richard DanMrr was
The act for this ,
the big show Both show rings I 1 to S p.m. named president; Ralph Chamber quota group
C.
Consulting 11(
appeared in excellent condition. At the present time the ordinance Engineer *, vice president; C. O. the Chapter Units Division, Go
Peterson said at an authority Is Sent To GenevaNEW which Include both firm and
Additional grandstands have provides that all liquor meeting in Leesburg that the Spencer Jr., treasurer, James contributions let
employe was
outlets must close at midnighton W. Gray Jr., secretary JameiW
(Continued on Page 5, Col. 4) ;
four lanes between Miami
present by the officials at R7,5lH1( ThisIs
and .
Saturday nights prohibits Burchard vice
executive
and Fort (UPI)) President threat or use of force, directlyor
Pierce-the Under
UPI
them from reopening until Mon. original president and manager: and the biggest division in the WASHINGTON! ( ) -
day morning.The "bobtail" section-was fast Johnson today sent the indirectly-whether by aggression Irving W. Wheeler, attorney United Fund and represent the administrative budget

PresbyteriansPlan petition states tbat the reaching Its maximum accommodation Geneva disarmament conference subversion, or the The directors named today, more than 50 per cent of the which President Johnson submitted .
Lakeland point of 30,000 can a quota bring aought this year<< to Congress today the
City Commission on a five point program for clandestine supply of arms"tochange consisting of the organuers,
i' The Units Divlnlon federal dollar will be spent as
Nov. 18 amended its ordinanceon day."The preventing war, including "a national boundaries are: Chapter ,
liquor sales to permit pri- present trend indicatesa verified freeze" on the lumber or J. R. (Bob) Paul, citrus, real which Is hearted by Grafton, ollows during the 1965 fiscal

Building vate clubs to operate on Sun growth of 40,000 a day..The and types of strategic nuclear to displace established govern estate, and church leader and will meet Friday with the head year:

day and "we find Winter Haven public Is descending on us In missiles and warplancs. ments. lifetime resident of Winter Haven of approximately 30 of the Defense, space and Internsional .

club members going to Lakeland unexpected droves," he said. I He also proposed East.West The President told the 17 nation ; Chamber, builder busl- largest firms In the Lake Region -62 rents.Agriculture5.

Construction of i Christian ," the local petitioners state Preliminary traffic growth agreement to halt production of meeting that there was new executive and long time area to discuss the part these cents,

education building and other as their reason for the request. studies were ordered by Autho all nuclear weapons material I only one item on Its agenda"it resident of Winter llsven, executives will have In the Veterans cents.

improvements will be undertaken The next commission meeting rity Chairman John Phillips, Johnson offered further "to is the leading item on the Dantzlrr, real estate broker, solicitation. II. E Apple Jr It Interest on National Debt-11

by the First Presbyterian I is Feb. 5. (Continued On Page 5 Col. 6)) I discuss means of prohibiting\ the II agenda item of mankind"- and that appraiser, and Mayor: Gray, in charge of briefing these key<< cents.
church, it was announced today I -------1 II1 one Is peace. graduate of Georgia Tech, co- men In their Job. I Health, Labor and Welfare -

following unanimous approval 'Todav your search h.oint-...... I owner and fleet supervisor of The 1964 campaign quota has t cents

at the annual meeting anew in a climate of hope," Gray Truck Lines, president of been set at $146,434, to be raised All other government pro-
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of the Johnson said
congregation. | He said I (Continued On Page 5 Col. 7) had
The project la now In the new momentum 4. .
hands of the trustees, with been gained by last year1 lime ,.. -
prospect of early action. fC ited nuclear test ban treaty j

The approval was given on creation of a hot line between # Elih

the recommendation of the Washington and Moscow and t _
Horizon Committee of the Session. United Nation t i agreement ___

The chairman Mrs. Fran against nuclear weapon In _

ces 0. Brigham listed six ur space .

gent needs: Increased space I Said the President: .: ---- r.

for Christian education; ade 1 "Let us pray that the tide _
quate office facilities; remove has turned, that further and

al of three buildings not designed more far reaching agreement S i w ttf a
for church purposes; relocation he ahead and that future ten
of the Scout house; Im I eration will mark 1964 as the

provement of traffic flow, year the world turned for all

beautification of church 1 time away from the horror of t5i'R
rounds. war and constructed new bul-l
Plans will be developed to warks of peace" |

harmonize with the present 1' Johnson said he and Soviet ,

(Continued On Page 5 Col. I) Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev

(Continued On Page S Col. s)
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Fruit Shipments'Daily '

I I Mrs. Johnson
carloadmgs (in boxes) 1

from the Fruit and Vegetable Sees New Play t

Inspection Division: I

By rail, 12,948 grapefruit. 2, NEW YORK (UPI Mr*.
791 153 tangerines,
oranges Lady Bird Johnson capped her
!aloe temples, 777 tangelos, 100 first visit to New York City a*

banyani; by truck 66,918 grape. First Lady Monday night by attending
fruit. 1*.071 cringes, 1,260 tangerines a preview of Arthur

13,483 temples 1,581 tangelos -r-s Miller's new play and an after-

; total, 79,864 grapefruit. theater champagne upper par.
21,862 oranges 1,413 tangerines

11,179 temples 2,358 murcols, __ tyThe First Lady' visit to New
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shipment of 120,77 boxes. I I CHURCH CONSECRATED John's Methodist Church went into me Sun. aide as a 'private" one by, made her UNITED FUND PLANNERS-Getting ready foro the United. Givers Fund solicitationof

Cannery receipts, 74,274 grapefruit day with consecration services being held/ in the now. edifice on Cypress Gardens Rood primarily to attend the Lincoln I II business, industry and employes are, from left, Merrill Grafton of State Farm Iniyr.anct .

291,370 oranges, 18.871 tangerines ) at Lake Roy A* a prelude to the opening of the church, Gordonn Dirkti, ,left, the architect I J I Center Company'* preview per. I who i is chairman of the Chapter Units Division in charge of this part of the drive;

for a cannery total ofi36XSU j turns over the keys to Carleton Lucius, right, building chairman, at the Rev, Bill :I formance of Miller's first play in H. E. Apple Jr., chairman of' Key Men's Training Institute:; and A. A, Lang Jr., chairmanof

boxci 1 Tiffin, pastor, looks on. I In | nine year*, 'After the fall. I last year'i Chapter Units Divitlon.r 4





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automobile license ty. of the Gulf Ridge Boy Scout 1 r
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marked for Council were treated to I barbecue .a.Maf I'a

Ray Mattox of last night at Cypress

laid today la i Gardens, as they mapped plan F ,
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lea ai to why for the annual Scout-0-Rima

hiked tag prices _IL to be held in Tampa sometimein
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of "several In the Fred Lesrey president of I

ture who have General Telephone Co. of Florida '' ,

for rears to .. gave a brief resume of ry T :PA 'tr4 M 4I3Jbi: *rr/ bk4F.

rate educational the proposed Scout-0-Rama

rida," was Dill of program In order that the lead

ere of the bill to ere could decide what part In a11n

an additional $43 which their units would participate .;'V. w Q F: w'Cv *! .t"tileIa&' >fAfeelf'! t wv
education 999- }Y RN' wef i'' +ik '1 f t"t

"I strongly Bill Cheatwood district scout I em o .i'Ylq !flbr v 9 t/ +e V S bt* 4 r .

propriation with executive said I 62 packs,

that the money troops, and posts were signet

have to be found i up last night from this area
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he said. i and many others indicated they RAIN SNOW COLD The Pacific slates will get rain today while the higher eleve.
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"In KnIghts of Columbus Council observed
will do so later. Lions el the north and central Rockies will have snow Rain is also forecast for the lower
faced with a b.nqu.t at the Haven Hotel, followed dance The Scout-0.Rama is ached
were a by a Among
elevations of the Rockies. Snow flurries are forecast from the Dakotas to the MILsissippi
from left seated John DeVito of St. Wed to be a two-day event and upper
log for an program are Petersburg,
forecast for the of
fair weather Is the
tomobile tags or Arthur L. Dunnigen of Lake Wales, newly named chaplain, ; and will be held in the electric Valley. Generally rest nation It will be
colder in the northern Plains
on groceries."As stat Insurance representative; standing, Robert Huff, pro- exhibition building at the Florida I

a member Trabulsy, district!! deputy; and Joseph Higgins, grand! knight. Live State booth Fair demonstrations grounds. Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOKFair

and Taxation ,I will be featured with different and mild today and to- Temperatures

voted against the I Moore Attending units operating various displays PanhandleFair morrow. High today low 70's,
Shriners Will such as, pioneering stage and mild today and
on groceries but low tonight around :50. North
increase. Officer's ClassIRA shows, water demonstrations, tonight. Partly cloudy and con By United Press International!
"At the present I handicrafts, and cooking II tinued mild Wednesday. High and northeast winds S to 15 Low
well as many others. A special today 66 to 72, low tonight 44 miles per hour.Reading. High
tue of the Seat Albuquerque .. ..... 23 S1
tion provision Officers portable Indoor swimming pool I to 50. Atlanta . .. .. 28 S3
families that pay will be Installed for the water -North Birmingham .,..... 2S .e0

ward the support demonstrations. Fair and mild today and Boston ..... ..,..... 39 .4'
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Yet everyone Scouts planning to attend the Wednesday. High today 85 to [ Group Chicago ... .. .. ... 38 .4J
superior Friday NightNewly event will be from the Gulf-of ,,70, low tonight 40 to 45. Variable Cleveland ...., ..... 30 47

Therefore, my Ridge Council comprised the winds less than 15 miles Denver .. ........ 2S 4i:5:

everyone should for : elected officers of the units from and throughout the west coast per hour. Plans DinnerThe Detroit . ... ..... 33 ,'5
cost."Most. Ridge area Northeast Jacksonville ..... .
r r II l Winter Haven Shrine Club will Cheatwood said 200 adult 53 73
tamlllef leaders attended the Fair and mild today and Kansas City .,...... 44 57
one tar. To place L : be Installed Friday night at scout last night. Wednesday. High today 63: to Polk County Council of Loa Angeles .,..... 54 54
will help distribute Club II : 7:30 at the Lake Region Yacht meeting 70, low tonight 45 to 50. Vari- Miami .... ....58 83
den on a more 1 to and Country Club. able winds less than 15 miles the International Reading Association Miami Beach ..... .. 58 '79

"Unfortunately, A social hour will begin the Lake Hamilton Central will hold its first annual Twin Cities ..,... ... 29 41
nets .. festivities at 1:30 and dinner. Fair and mild today andWednud.y. dinner meeting in Winter New Orleans ..... ... 38 IIJ
large number of : a High today low TO's, Haven on Thursday, Jan. 30 New York ........... 41 .3
their operations dance will follow the installation Orlando ... ..,... '
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low tonight around :50. North at the Electric Leisure
under this law."I Key ceremonies. Revival SlatedA and northeast winds 8 to 15 Tamps : Philadelphia ...... 3:5: 48
feel this Is meet Officers to be Installed are: miles per hour. Room at 1:30: p,m. Phoenix ,. .,. ..... 38 liS
and should be Jack C. Allison, president The Polk County Council Raleigh .....,... ... 38 66St
next session of the f 3 ; revival will be held at the South Central which Is composed of educa- Louie ... .,..... 37 S'
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iv' Howard
I alx I 4 "Dutch" Albright, first Fair and mild today and Wednesday ton and lay people who are
Lake Hamilton Baptist Mission San Francisco ...... 58
each. vice president Mason S. Con. High today in the 70'", Interested in the improvementof
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on Hwy. 27 alternate Jan. 29 Seattle .. .. ...,...31 '42Tampa
adult L. MOOREIra nary, second vice president; to Feb. 2 at 7:30: each evening. low tonight 55 to 80. North and reading instruction, recently .... ... .. 42 U
Darwin F Carrell third vice The Rev. Arthur M. Jeffries, northeast winds 8 to 15 miles I received its charter from the Washington\ ....,... 41 44Sn
Lake L. Moore a physical education per hour. International Association.
WILLIAM R. the teacher at Brigham Ele. president; and W. H. "Bill" noted pastor, evangelist teacher South I Guest speakers at the dinner
: Memorial services The mentary School and a memberof Williamson secretary.treasur and author will be the guest Fair and mild today and will include Shelley S. Boone
Roy Farrlngton. '11. the Winter Haven National er. Directors for 19M are Walter speaker. Wednesday. High today upper Polk County superintendent of
JC.-BW, who died Club Guard, is currently attending G. Bell, J. P. Cunter Jr., Born In England where be TO's, low tonight 55. to 60 Inland public instruction; Joe Glllen Challis Marshall'
fail after all by Florida State Officers Candidate J. D. Hill, Clarence E. Hobtck received his early education and and 60 to 65 on the beach- coordinator of guidance serv.
Will be held from ex Roy I. Knudsen, J. D. Laird religious training; he baa been ea. North and northeast winds ices for Polk County schools; far ell y.ur
Un/ Chapel shirt He will OOi.du.t; from DCS ala Warren O. Williams, and JohnK. pastor of churches in England 8 to 15 miles per hour. and ..'Doria Pond, -teacherat AUTO StAn tAble
.&. 10:30 with I white second lieutenant later this Mitchell. Canada and the United States. Keya Winston Elementary School. LIFE ____
tog first reader They year. Dress for the occasion will He received his education at Fair and mild today and Special guests will Include Ie T FIRE .. I
Church of Christ Key Moore, who lives at 109 Ave.B be formal and Nobles will wear I Ii the University of Wolfville Nova Wednesday. High today middle members of the school Board. In.uruct
Winter Haven I SW, Is the ton of Mr. and i their fei Admission will be bycurrt'nt Scotia, Canada, and Gordon 70'.. low tonight in the 60'a Those wishing to attend must Needs IIUUIINU-
It is the request Eellooa"r dues cards. All Shrin College of Theology and Missions
Mrs Ira L. Moore Jackson, North and northeast make reservations with Mrs.
ily that Cowers I ers In the regardless of in Beverly Farms, Masa winds Ito S.W.;
door, Tenn. area 15 miles hour. I Mary Palmer, principal Cleve. 251 Magnolia Ave,
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omitted and that He graduated from Union their affiliations, and their ladies The Rev and Mrs Jeffries land Court Elementary School Across frees E.chon,. lank ,
sent to the First card University in Jackson Tenn., are welcome to attend recently Joined the First Baptist Lakeland by Thursday, Jan. '
Cnrlst, Scientists, with a bachelor of science de Illustrious Potentate R. S. Churcb of Lakeland and Reports Slated Ai 23. Phone 294.4256For
fond or to )' gree. Lang of Egypt Temple, Tampa i they reside at the Holiday Mo- ,
charity. dona'j Clyde A. Cleason, junior grand bile Home Park in the winter. Lake HamiltonThe
,Friends may call warden of Florida, and WilliamS. During the revival, special
et from S to 9 Control Canal Christian Immediate past music: will be provided each Lake Hamilton Com BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139

stu grand master of the Grand night by the Clayton Sisters, munity Presbyterian Church
TONIGHT IS Lodge of Florida will be the Singing Saw, the Mission will hold the Annual meeting s.a..
;TO *O OUT TO all guests of honor.Area Choir the Sunshine Angela, the Sunday Jan. 28 following the EEi -
Holland Says Ladles Duet from the First Bap- morning worship service. At
list Church of Lakeland and this time, all departments of I

lalloon"K Sen Spessard Holland feels Deaths Vocal bers. and Instrumental num ly the reporta.church will give their year Bagwell Building Supply HISJ5r:

"most strongly that we must Ernest Combee, director of
C..I..... Skews" remain in complete control" of MRS. ANNA BLODGETT music of the Gapway Baptist

Lent Times the Panama Canal Zone, he Church will be the song lead
Mrs Anna Fabry Blodgett
said In Washington. er.
t11)tEM) ittMfl 67, 247 Ave. NE, died yesterday .
The U. S. must continue operation Youth night will be observed POLK
morning at the Winter Haven PACKAGE
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of the waterway itself, brief F.b.I. The Rev. Mr.
following t
Its he said, "maintaining the same illness.A Hospital. Jeffries, will speak at the 11 ,
fire dominant and responsible position o'clock morning worship ierv-
City which we have held continuously native of Rochester N.Y. Ice and at the evelng serviceat 602 AVE. D, N.W. PHONE CY 4-4171
I JIi CRAYI I since the construction the was J. the and daughter Evangellne of Thill-L. 7:30 on Feb. 2.

of this vital link betweenthe man Pearse Fabry. Mrs. Blodgett ,' The pastor, the Rev. T. P.
Atlantic and Pacific Swetnam, extends a cordial
moved to Winter Haven 11 years
any Ocrant" Invitation for the public: to at
G WED. thru ex lie said the loss of our control Paul's ago and Episcopal was a member Church of of Winter St. tend. The Lake Hamilton Mission Now t OpenSCOTCH

nce "would greatly endangerour Haven, and the Associate is sponsored by the First
said. national security and would Baptist Church of Lakeland of
Sisterhood of St. John the Dl.
Ohl re also Jeopardize our future negotiations which the Rev Arthur W. Rich,
vine, Toronto, Canada. WHISKEY
"
Is
a with other nations, Survivors Include her hus pastor
been particularly those In the t
band. Henry R. Blodgett Winter EARLY TIMES
Latin Americans. i CUTTY SARK
Haven: four sisters, Mrs. Heart Institute
Inequities In U. S. dealingswith '
DeWitt C. Ward, Winter Haven; I JACK DANIELS J4 B
a Panama should be corrected East Awards
Mrs. Edward Pillsbury $22,080
"but under no circumstances OLD GRAND-DAI
BLACK & WHITE '
Orange, N. J.; Mrs. Francis
giv can we afford to do more than / Grant To FSCThe
two that. Wallace Mrs. Harold, Chugiak Brnham Alaska Penn-: and OLD TAYLOR HAIG & HAIG ..
fire ---
t 'field N.Y.; and three brothers National Heart Institutehas WILD TURKEY CHIVAS REGAL
add Revival SlatedAt Thillman K. Fabry. Rochester, awarded a grant of $23.080
WA i Phillip N. Fabry, Canadaiaqua, to the Southern Bio-Research ETC. ETC.
Eagle Lake NY. and John R. Fabry Institute of Florida Southern. ,
,
Tilt M I Hemlock, N.Y. College, it was announced today
Assembly Of God Funeral services will be held by Dr. Charles T. Thrift

D rn.\\ A Revival Is In progress at tomorrow at 10 a.m. at St. Jr.. president

de the Eagle Lake Assembly of Paul's Episcopal ChurcH, with The gift Is earmarked for a Sunnybrook $425 imperial $407
I
two-year project being conducted
God with services beginningeach the Rsv. Cyril N. Sturrup rector
O evening at 7 o'clock. I officiating, assisted by the by Dr. Boris Sokoloff. director -
al The Rev. Elvio Canavesloof | Rev Pomeroy H. Hartman and of the college's research Institute
TttNNttOLOMa4ee..Mw the Buenos Aires, Argentina lathe I the Rev. Joseph C. Drawdy. to Investigate the effectof Fleischmanns M! $408 Old Crow $408
ascorbic
acid otherwise
,
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er14 e .Y. visiting minister. He Is a i The family has requested In
native of Argentina, with ex. lieu of flowers all donations be known aa Vitamin C on blood
perence in the ministry as paa- : made to the Sisterhood of St. cholesterol lipoprotein lipase
HAVEN tor, evangelist and teacher and John the Divine, In care of St.Pul' I fat and metabolism."The other factors. Involved in P.M. $371
by also is well versed on the I Episcopal Church. I
: economic and political conditions Ott.Laughlm: Funeral Home Is present consensus la

174 of the country In charge of arrangements that might high blood depend cholesterol not only levels on .

Lat Times 25: Pastor Carnell Bruce extends a proper diet, but also on the
IIIZAIITH 25: V, an Invitation to the public to J MRS. FANNIE J. OLIVER ability of the organism to split Seven Crown $459Beefeafers
RICHARD 25ti attend. ,I. and absorb fat molecules," Dr.
Mr. Fannie J. Oliver. 56.
I. --- --- ---- Sokoloff said"We .
THI Y.I.P. 101 First St. Eloise! died last
hope to find out if Vitamin
AIM fat s\gh9\ night: at a Bartnw hospital following C, taken in large dally .arm? Gin $576Gilbey'sGin3for

JOCK'TARZAN'S I \ F -... a short Illness doses, has a possible influenceon
Mrs. Oliver came to Winter blood fat metabolism" he
Ir Haven in 1930: from Columbia added.

,.-q \' Ala, and was employed by The American Heart Associa
WIDNMOAY \' Roberts Brothers' Canning Co. te's Florida Division recently

.*4)) THURSDAY : t "':l \ .'J She was a member of the i gave Dr. Sokoloff an initial ]
; Methodist faith. grant for the same project.
.
lit C nM* 'lf-- .c .
She Is survived by ber bus.band 00
Dr.
Sokoloff a research physician }
.. .
$11
1
William W Oliver, Eloise.
la also director of the 10
"O.ICHlII. arches 0': McDonatd'sO Funeral service arrangements A. P. Cooke Memorial Cancer High Bourbon 3 for
3 Weeks U A will be announced later by Laboratory at Florida SoutbIra. -
Ctrner 6th St. I Ave. D, N.W. Next to Haven Hotel. Crisp Funeral Home. .
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I Arbor Day Marked By Planting Of Trees By School StudentsSeveral .. ': I


ichooli, In conjunction ..'< _. _" "'" the Jacaranda Garden Club

with local garden clubi with Its celebration of Arbes.

bserved Arbor Day with the Day Friday I

traditional planting of trees. q'4 fa 4 Each girl was asked to wrlfe

The largest project undertaken --- v t verses about trees or Arbor..

was at the Lake Alfred Jun Day Each girl got a ribbon lor
for High School where seventh the verse and prize were
!! awarded for the best graders planted SO trees with I12 The /girls planted a weeping
the pledge that them! students bottle brush tree near the Girl
would take care of them for r Scout House close to the lakeshore

.
the next three years until
rt Garden Club members Mrs
they move to senior high
up
F Morris Monts de Oca and Mrs
achool Francis Okula served refreshments .
Eagle Lake Elementary .
School, E 1 b e r t Elementary The e 1 u b' i conversation
Martin H. Mu-
chairman Mrs.
School and Girl Scout Troop +
ma, and the scout leader, Mrs
S3 also held tree planting ceremonies
Joseph McAllister\ made arrangement
r for the program,
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Each seventh grade student
1.
at the Lake Alfred school planted i
a tree. The trees were then
tagged with permanent tape : SUBURBAN
showing the student name.
An Arbor Day program was
!
staged in the school auditoriumwith SPECIAL
the achool glee club and
the eighth and ninth grades in a Ird Modern J-B drocm

attendance as well at representatives I Ilia' -Bath
of Founders Garden t Terrazzo Floor
Club.
Billy Martin was mister of Built 'In Range

ceremonies and gave the welcome Sll TODAY
speech and introduced
the Glee Club under the lead
Sun Acres
ership of Floyd Deft. ---
Eighteen seventh grader
then presented in Individual ARBOR DAY-Mrs. Rudolph Hendariclcion, left president of the Founders Garden GIRL SCOUTS-The Jacaranda Garden Club and Girl Seoul Troop 63 planted a CY 3.1 U2

parts, a tribute to treei Those Club, and Mrs. James Mciver, seventh grade teacher, help students Jerry Robinson, weeping bottle brush tree in observance of Arbor Day Planting the tree are, left to 014 Winter H.v.e-tskeleed
participating were Greg Ar- Frank Paris and Roger Harper get started planting the 50 trees the club gave them for right, Mrs. Cecil Bowen, Anne Freeman, Becky Hyson and Mrs. Martin Mama, conserve- Highway lure Rh 142
buthnot, Janet Brown, Glenn Arbor Day tion chairman of the garden club.
Conner, Roger Carper Susan
Lewis Ricky long, Wade Mmrey ... .. of the garden club, and Mrs Lamar Runnels, "The History er's Creed" was given! by 10 TKI HOMIS, IN
.
Phyllis Mitchem Frank ., .A'U: ." 1.:...' ",.:.''If.' 4r Beach Brooks and Mrs. E. F. I of Arbor Day" by Cecile Catrctt sixth grade boys and girls, the SUN ACRES MATUM

Paris Barbara Roberts Jerry I h ..' .I'i\.or'n., '' Itt Jukes attended the progrsm. ".'irea in Florida" by 10 Bible Tree Quiz was presentedby LIFETIME MATERIAL
.' "
Robinson, Beth Sharon Joe .
Sliockley Tommy Shockley ., ;,,. At the Eagle Lake School the I sixth grade boys, and the song Jimmie Ayers and John Erase.

Regina Tippett, Send/a Tyler sixth graders started off the I Smokey the Bear" lung by Mnurey, and the sixth graders
Marsha Weaver and Monika program with the sons' Florida the sixth graders closed the program by singing Eger Concrete
Stnneking. the Beautiful" That was Carl Wyatt recited the poem, I 'Planting Song"
Mrs Rudolph Hendrickson. followed by Bible reading by 'Planting," "The Nature Lon Girl Scout Troop 63 helped
...
Garden
president of Founders
Club, gave the club responseto t Y
the Importance of Arbor Dayin
Florida and reminded pupil
of the thousands of children '" :
throughout the state who were : 1 11
participating in the same typeof

program "
Other club members at the
program were Mrs. M. Patrick
Mrs. C. L. Smith, Mrs. John
H. Parker and Mrs W. Chn,- of Winter Haven
tiinson
To complete the besutifira-
Hon program the club plantedred
and white petunias in two
circles in front of the school.
These are the achool colors '
The club also had a special !\ ( ; r
word of praise for Mrs. Joyce :.
'''Reives and Mr. Sam DeVito ',.k
,for assisting with the program. ; TK Specialized Job of Saving and Loon AIl d4d.. 1
The Planters Garden Club .
.. v
Water Oak to the '
prMcnted a <.'' .
JElbert Elementary School lot .V...
their part in the Arbor Day ob ,. .
""Co" ' servance. ,:
Sixth grade students gave the '
program. Included in the pro-
grand were the song "Floridathe
Beautiful" by both aixth

grades; Biblical tree quit by TREE PLANTING-Planting a water oak at the Arbor Day celebration at the Elbert

Herby Pollard and Mike White" ; Elementary School are, left to right, Mrs. Lynn Wood, president, Planters Garden Club =

Susan'Arbor Allen Day and In Alvin Florida Couch by; Daryl Schemer, John Marchetti, Mrs. Edward F. Jukes of the garden club, and Mr, Harold
Davis school
poem "Wood. Merty Mattes; principal
"Three Kinds of Plantings,"
Vicki Fort, Bennle Acree and
Rohm Baker, "Trees," Larry
Maine "Who's Who Among
Trees" by Sharon Seymour.
Mark Vuncannon, Lou Ann
Creel Janice Chergeskl, J. A.
Garfield. Larry Eley, Julie
Roberson. Brenda Poole, John
Marchettl and Daryl Schener.

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Center Salesman SIXTH GRADE-Four sixth graders at the Eagle' Lake: Elementary School plant a 1 or make a withdrawal. No delay, either way. ;.

h. if MW with) CS..,.U tree In observance of Arbor Day The students are, left to right Lamar Cayion, Paul I ]
C.nt.r and. !niti all kit fn;..4i. Taylor, Larry Moore, and Jimmy Ayers.
i. for a asseisi "N... Silas.eiasa "
....I." WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT .

I.. hit buss a ,."'."} .' Tour Planned At Lake AlfredPolk I Register For I '
Wm$.. Hans for tkt scat 1 II 1
,..i.... .t '
and h. new
yarn 3100 VV.. Lib H.r.nJfl' with County citrus growers search workers. I
wh. t.rch.a! .t i First Aid ClassRegistration
Miniiit
kit wits
Schtol. are invited to attend a tour I. The Lake Alfred station III r'
|n lim Iliimntary of the Citrus Experiment Station : 1/2
lab h a "....k.r ..l I.y"'.' in Lake Alfred on Wednesday recognized throughout the nation for the First I
M.m.r .l M.lhat CK.rek. H* Jan 29, Jack McCown, as one of the finest research Aid Course sponsored by the I EARN 0 Per Annum
units of Its kind. Someof
cusps i.ltint ..d. ,.l ">* Polk County Agent announced this nation's finest citrus Winter Haven Chapter of the I
today. American Red Cross las started

Chevrolet Center Inc. This will be an opportunityfor I research scientists are working a local chapter representative i WHERE CURRENT RATE
there and their contributions to
growers to get first hand i announced today YOUR MONEY CompoundedGROWS ]
2" 6th Se. I.W. CTJ-1M1 the successful growth of the Industry
information direct from the re- The course is scheduled to Seml-Annually
have been FASTER
---- numerous. begin on Fcb 12 and list
The tour is to start at 10 I
through Feb. II with Fcb 11 I II
a.m., at which time research and 16 being omitted The two
1 "Make It Your Rule, Consult I
workers will discuss some of hour classes I are scheduled to
the problems facing I citrus begin at ':30 a m. everydayof
BILL POOLE, C.L.U. growers this spring and summer the course, the spokesman FIRST FEDERM.
LIFE The afternoon will be spentin said
CHARTERED UNDERWRITE the laboratories and in the
The latest techniques for
Ova It Yt.rt fa M"" 4r"'a Succtllfylly AHirtme ,.,1.! Sal< Etel. Associate County Agent Jack will be presented

Plaesieq; aid I..in.n is,,.,a. ',....... Maddox is completing the program I All Interested persons, Including :..
arrangements with Dr. winter visitors, :
/10th St., $.t PII. CT 3-U41 Herman Rails, director of the j urged to register as soon are as j 203 AYE. A, N.W. OF WINTER HAVEN CY 4.310
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- STRAW IN THE WIND Television I In Review [-


W. I. RYNEIISON. foMor-Publnher.
DU BROW have begun his career quite 19
JOHN W. RYNEHSON. A..i.,... .. the PublliVior. By RICK |

,- Commentary HOLLYWOOD (UPI We low.
PiibUr.ee1. e'o.ly (...op. Soturo'iy' ) by .I. Winter H..... read the network press re- -From ABC-TV, quo t 1 lag

..' P bll.liin, Co.. Inc, IU )rd Str.... N.W, Winter Ho on, Florida_' B PIIIL NEWSOM Gene Barry ai laying: "Ai a
0 leiseiFrom
ABC-TV'a "Dlicov- performer who has been trying ,
CHARLES--ttOSHORN- .....,.1--......-.-.-, UPI Foreign New Aailiyst ow cry." a ehlldrtn'i show: "The to stage a one.mm revival of

JACK ItAHAN AMoileto .,,"., When President Charles de nut time you lee s child plsyInf vaudeville before I went Into "

.,.-- --- Gaulle vetoed British membership Jump.rope and singing torn the ABC-TV 'Burkt'i Law' strict ;

PETER J. SULLIVAN .....'...1.1.. MiMfir In the European commu O Q o disjointed song lyrics don't I'd like to express my '11 l

city ind In effect turned bit tike the music lightly." feeling of elation over the basin

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE back on both the United States Oka,. Idea of ABC'i 'Hollywood\ Pal- t
hunse I A..o.l.t.! ., I.... Chi...., III.
and Britain he deliberately wn -From CBS-TV: "Among the ace' ahow This li a great placeto

.tutored. .. Slcene1 Clan Mall ....tt., 5.... I, I 1124 ." tkl Sit Off;.. creating a vacuum which be obviously many Jack Benny jokes It a expose new talent and re- I
I I. Winter H...., Florae, under ... .f Mirth I. 1 liftMEMIER Intended France to fill. description of him n to tlht expose great vaudeville .ets." i
Now, to the distress of the titled that ht nil varicose Strangely, I believe that Gene [

United Slate, he apparently Intend veins In his knuckles. Barry may well have said just

J 1 AUDIT BUREAU to recognize the Red Chi What ire torn of the other that. .

." ; OF CIRCULATIONS nes* Peking regime, creating Jack Benny Jokes? I
another vacuum which be also I e- -From ABC quoting Dick The Channel Swim: The British

MtVlER Intends France to fill.\ : Clerk about appearing on a prime minister Sir Alre I

Actlv. Mimber" UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL It wn just a year ago that i "Burke'i Law" episode: "It Douglas-Home, appears on CBS-

. NATIONAL EDITORIAL The Unllte1. 1''.... It ..tI.I." .. tht ... De Gaulle delivered the one w may come at quite a ihock tom TVi "Fice the Nation" Sunday

ASSOCIATION for ritubllcttlen .( all but newt rlnr4 { slap to those to whom he refers ABC-TV daytime audience Oxford University's

"It 44 In thit; ntwiiteir II ...H is ill UPI! li the "Anglo.Saxons", and LAMA HOT0 I when I loom up on their TV educational climate it the sub

N.wi DliM'thti.ADVERTISING I It U being widely predicted that i screens at a fither-hater In ject of the same network's

DEADLINI the second will be administered r1 I this 'Burke' episode whimsically "One of a Kind" Feb. 2.

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT, soon through the lime medium titled 'Who Killed Wbit'i- Robert Morse, who made hit

ly the Wer.i II''.M. Pnvitui Ittht J P'M. PretUut Dty.Uoil ii the first i news conference Hii-NiuitT' name In "How to Succeed In
Netltot I P.M. proviout OD'lw:; ;. Ultlon\; ; Ootillnei Friday. on Jan. SI. No more than the shock of Business Without Really Try

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT But to suggest, li has been that lenience. ing." guests Friday on NBC-
Suno'iy I""jo1" P..... Thursday; ........'.y Edit!.*-J P..M. Frid.yt done that De Gaulle limply li -From CBS.TV: "Midelyn TV's "That Was the Weck That
Tui.eiy Edition Noon Stturdoyi Tho..... ....
Wodnotdty Frldoy born of hi. difficulties Martin, writer on 'The Lucy Was."
evening a score
Edition*-I P..M. Two D.y. In Ae.tnti. the
with the Americans Show goes through all

Mtrnbir" Southern N.......,.. Publliheri Aiitelttlen and the British In World War show's stunts herself to see If
Mtmbir. Florid Prut Attetlltlo It, 1 Is a mlstske downgrading ,7 they Ire practical for star Lucille -

the mm vowpzER Ball" AlmanacBy

SUISCRIPTION RATES It further downgridei the And? And? For heaven'i sake

Y..", fit.20; "m. itks, ly SIOi Cirrlir; I monthi Moll, fUll I montk' till, grind design which De Gaulle 4' 'jZQi"- finish.From ABC-TV: "Tom ElanIsraelite
extended first to Europe ind United Press International
weekly, II tinti. Smell Cepieii Dolly I tart| Sundoy. 10 lonti .
Africa and now iccki to extendto producer on ABC TV'I'The
Today Is Tuesday Jan. 21
TELEPHONE CYprus J-II9I! Asia. Jimmy Dean Show, began ,
his TV career from the the lint day of 19C4 with 34 to
very
First and foremost this Is to ." ..
.s follow.
restore the voice of France In I bottom. While a senior at Ford-
world affair / ham prep school In New York The moon ii it first quarter.

A Thought For Today De Gaulle ind the United o : he took an usher's job at CBS." The evening atari are Venus,
Jupiter and Saturn.
The assumption in the above
States In collision In three
ire # I
Vital ireis: 1G------ # la that U he had takes an uah- Those born today include the
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"Bt careful for nothing, but in everything by The Atlantic alliance which er's job at ABC, he would not Confederate(Stonewall) Jackson general in Thorn 1824. 1

prayer and supplication (petition) with thanksgivinglet De Gaulle opposes because It On this day in history:

your requests be made known unto God. Phil. Je Interferes with hit own design -Memories- In 1061. Jefferson Davia resigned
for French In Eu-
leadership I. State Department Ii showing unmistakable from the U.S. Senate, 12
"Oh the peace we often forfeit, Oh, what needle rope. I signs of willingness 1 days after Mississippi acceded,

pain we bear all because we do not carry everything to Continuing U.S. talks with I Alert to make further surrenders on 20 YEARS AGO from the Union
Ruasli, the partial nuclear test Project Miss Katherine Chamberlain In 1874 Morrison Waite of
God in prayer. Joseph Scriven.-Dr. Albert L. Carnett I the sovereignty issuei. The goal ,
bin and the apparent tendencyof and Mill Carolina Love left for Ohio became chief justice of'

the United State to side with 1 of the Panamanian politicians Hunter College, New York, the Supreme Court succeeding !

Russia against China in the Intramural By MAJOR AL LONG, USAR BtL (who have correctly sized up where they were to inter trainIng the late Salmon Cbise. J

News-Chief EditorialsGet dispute over Communist Analyst our political appeasing team) ai WAVES. In 1818 the Soviet Council;

Ideology.De la plain. It was voiced by Gilbert 10 YEARS AGO ruled ill debt Incurred by the !
Gaulle's advocacy of Bill Corley was moved from former Russian Czarist government -
neutralism In Indochina and a PANAMA CANAL FUTUREENDANGERED our last four administrations Arias, until 1 I recently first vice-president to presidentof null and void. !

Out united Viet Nam n opposed to : were plugged from loup to nuts Secretary of Finance in PresIdent the Winter Haven Lions In 1954 the first atomic-pow- '

the militant US. effort to rollback Weak U. 8. leadership encourage with un elected appeasera, Churls cabinet is quoted Club. eyed submarine, ."Nautilus," Jwn

The old refrain is beinaSUlla again by Khrushchev or at least contain com : the Fanami nationalists do foodtri and International In the Isthmlin newspaper I YEARS AGO launched it Groton ConDo i i
munism. CRITICA March 1/ 1M3) Arias Polk dele- I
County's legislative -
when he sticks his nose in our business and demands Other element, of course en Thanks to a handful of Socialists. They still hover and said "In the future, with God's gstlon was to bt asked to expedite A thought for the day-British |

that we get out of Cuba and Panama. Let's turn the ter In.Paris. American itudents who wert shuffle around P r ..I I d a n t help (God Is now quoted bya charges In Winter Hi- writer and statesman Alan I

. tables on him and demand that he get out of Poland, dispatches indicate that not ashamed to hoist the American Johnson like cricked In the heap of people it home ind ven's city charter although such Herbert once said: "Tht critical.

De Gaulle believe ha has Red flag on American Canal fields during the dayi of abroad who practice the wordsof changes could bt midi by local period of matrimony la break
Cast: Berlin and all of the other satellite countries that
Chinese acceptance of French God In the breach rather ordinances fast time."
Zone
property, to the embarrassment In Utah Whether
Brigham
he now controls. lie is getting obnoxious as time after recognition of both Peking and Young In the observance) we will

. .time he starts this chant. The communistic theory of the Nationalist Chinese administration of Governor Fleming, President Johnson tin slowly achieve our objective; that the

of Generalissimo Chiang we have discovered the Amer.Iran eliminate this group, or even Panama Canal be the propertyof ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL I

continually stirring up trouble as a means toward taking Kalshek on Formosa. This eagle still his a couple eirei to eliminate them, *>. the Psnsmaniana, under full

over becomes more apparent as we watch difficulties would Imply recognition of the of tail feathers left. Perhaps do not propose to know, and end absolute jurisdiction of the

. around the world. "two Chin.." Idea which both more will grow out in time in withholding judgment until Republic of Panama (This ant WDIO-TY WHA-TV Wmr-TY WTVTTVCWmol
..: Peking and Taipei have denounced and the brave eagle will soar h' rides out of the chute antS heap Panama wn created byl i e......... I e.......... t Ckomol" U. i
If we ever want to maintain our position as a In revolution ell NIC AIC can IIOrtoooQ
Frenchman I' ,
In the again IF kt Is encouraged and how be rides.
* past. we eaa see I T...,. Orlono-p T... ..
: .great nation that time has arrived In the Panamanian Opponents of lied Chinese entry roomed a bit. Khrushchev and Castro have end taken from Columbia), I Vj I

situation. We should, after all expenses are paid, give Into the United N.llonsleu By this time many Americans given him his first teat on the maintained by Panamanians; Tuesday NIGHT January 211
have been brainwashed aanllated by Panamanians
that French recognition/ will International icen*. We are
those people! a larger slice of the profits of the canal- mike It difficult, if not Impossible and art lllmg to give up watching. (whit a joke for the Panama-

we haven't seen operating figures, but letting them out to bar the regime next everything wt formerly cherished Wt pay Panama around 2 mlani to dale cannot collect 4,09( -Nows News, Sparta, Ntwi, W.itk.r' Pulse News
valued and held dear. If million dollars for the the garbage of Panama City 4:11- 'Siortt, Wtkor Weather EoMri l, So Is Pulio Kocoa.
France and
,of their contract just because some communistic groups year particularly If a year t:38-CIS Nows "NIC Nows AIC News CIS News
the French African community the New Frontier were push uai of this worthiest land and Colon) and protected by .. ... ....
., demand is nuts. We turned backs the Cuban t:41-CIS Nsw "NBC N. C'" Repaid CIS N.
10 our on vote In favor ed by the Communists to give through which the canal was Panamanians" (Yea! with

situation and it will make trouble for us until the day Red China Is the sworn enemy up and return Alaska to Russia cut. The canal la the hurt of American financial handouts TOO: -Adrtnturol i I. Award Thea ee The H.o.l lurfudo *
; California, Arizona. New Panama ind Its only for years to come.) Til*- Paradise Award Ttno"ro The ftoool. Surfiirfo 4
his of the United States and economy
we can get Castro and brigands out of that island
7:19- Ao'vonturos I 18 Award Theatre Combo. Surfno'o o
usual
Mexico and Texas to Mexico We will lose is if we
; of wealth
Is the advocate of violent source
If back down on Panama we are sunk for sure. rev. 7:45- Toronto Award, Th...,. Combot Surhijo oliOO
we If It It
olution everywhere In the Florida to Spain; Oregon to Picture i few natives under give up. wi give up

world. The Korean War atlll Is Canada, many brainwashed the banana and coconut trees will be for no reason except -Rot SkoltoD Award. Th.." Combot Rod Sktltw
unfinished ind neutralism In Americana would submit to this apparently contented with life APPEASEMENT. The British |. II .Rt4 S .I'.a Award. tttotro Combat Rod SlciltonI

Big Time Viet Nam would negate all robbery without a "pip.squeak" ind never wondering why ire now inlckerlng it our pre ,19-Rot SkolUR Award. Theatre McHolo's, Navy Rod Skolton,
previous '
U.S. efforts ind sacrifices protest except for a few Amer. "smoke goes up Instead of dicament and well rememberour "|,,4I-Rol SkolfMAword. Theatre McHolo'i Ni.y R... SkoltoriCD
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A Winter Haven athlete, Bobby Downs, has made to preserve democracy there. Inns who would Immediatelybe l down." Suddenly, some Americana attack upon them concernIng ': -PoMlcoo* I h--4 loono CrooUtt Show Pol ico<;
Indochina Including Laos and called by the Left.Wing ipxasers arrive upon the scene Nasser ind the SUfi Canal. :15J..ctlo. Show OK tank Junction
the far for his caliber ,
biatime as as recognition as a Americana President Charles di Giule, Is t 19 Jock
Viet hyphenated sign a treaty and dig a canal : Sonny Richard loon Crootoit Show Jock lonnf
traditional
Nam la
a
high school football player is concerned. Coach and Athlete of French influence. When area the and the dogooders and sociilsts In good faith. The Panamanltna laughing too it Adlal Steven. ':41-Jock lonny Show On forth Jock lonny

the in athletic magazines announced him .. the "R.dinl Right in given a cut on the tolls ton calling the United Natloni
tops as United States moved in is the 1009: -Sirry Mooro Andy' Wlllions" Tho Fuoitlvo Sorry .....,.
one of the choices in the whole nation. The way a player u..'. chief defender after the Wing" Ho hum! and we call provided with a lot of Jobs and Security Council to Intervene. ((0:11-Garry Mime Andy Willi.", Tho Fugitive l > Sorry Mooro
this the "land of the brave U Grand Charles told the U.
concessions boot. The
other to
10:10-: Scry Mooro Andy Willi.; *. The Po,llvo Gorry Moire
Geneva conference of 1954 it
jets this acclaim is through the resumes sent in by and the home of the fret." natives now begin to ponder N. to keep the hout of 1041: -ftirry Mooro Andy Willi.", The Fugitive Sorry Moors
blow both to French
radio and television writers and was a As things are now if the over "our boys have been to Morocco ind THEY: DID. This ,
,newspapers, sports pride and to French prestige.The Russians landed on Long Island school In Cubs and Russia ind kind of talk COUNTS and we I 11,00" ( -Nows N... SOT Wtr Nowillno N....., Sporfi
also the choices of the coaches involved. Three results French attitude is that and fortified the hive to talk for ui Milt-Sports, Wthir T.ntglt" Show Etoriol W'lhor Wrhor. 1i"oi.11)
In one
dug back to tell the canal no
us
Red China I Is a force In being came I Ili3>-Th...,. of Toni*>' Show Late Show STtH Proclnct
are then evaluated by another committee and are which cannot be Ignored either place with missiles, we could la our property, the Americana If you want to protest write |II:45- the Star h.lht! Show Lila Show 17th Precinct
published.This only expect our State Depart. are robbing ui and we should to your Senators and Congressman. '
diplomatically or In trade which ment deliver stiff note ind for The State Dept., the C.
to I take It over run It our MORNING 227:00Opsrai
Wednesday January
is a tremendous commendation and along with for France now amounts to of protest is we ire too proudto selves." They ill it once assume I. A. sod the Council on Foreign ,

.all others in Winter Haven and even the state, we congratulate about $50 million per year It stand up for our rights, fight great Importance 11 If Relations run our country 1
shared .* T...., Show G.... Diy
la attitude
this young man on his achievements Naturally an by some for our rights as wt have been the whole canal scheme wen choose our Presidents and Ml- Alphabet Today Show N... Good. Day

be In the United Slate taught to love ind help the theirs In the first plice. The pay little or no ittentlon to T,10-Almono" T. .y Show "'ic i. Irons Good Day
will all his
eagerly looklnaforward to ef
we Russians In every thing they mere fact that they never spent our elected repreientitlvei. And I 7j
forts at the University of Forida. We expect he will RADIO. do-AGAINST US. a plugged stickle to build the by the wiy-some of our very .. "
100 C.tttln Todoy Show Midas loan.
continue receiving these honors as a college pla 'er. It seems incredible that our canal or for Ui upkeep ind own representatives pay very Captain
.
> voice of till, K. Todoy Show Mickio teens K..,...*
would live Ice. little attention to the
government ever maintenance cuts no
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serious thought to surrendering In line with Its wesk.kneed we the people who elected themIn
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) Missionaries I County Commission NewsContinued :: : -' Ridge Savings Elects Dantzler i


(Continued From Page One) savings accounts of more than I

: ( from Page One) Percentage-wise Winter Haven ; Winter Haven Kiwanis Club I $4 million from Winter Haven I

building either tide smaller had the largest registration resident and that the institutions
on ,
To Hear Church ) "" and commanding officer of the lime
with Lake Wales second.
but of the same construction, -t had more than $8
4 one to house the museum and Both Bartow and Lakeland are ,, .'.. .q..i.p" local Naval Reserve Unit: million Invested In Winter Haven
not to their registration C. <, Charles M Shinn, Jr., Like
the other for offices, library going ..., I mortgages.
:' Army Speaker and mill meeting room. points up to this time. "....'J Alfred citrus grower, former According to Dantzler, "it II

: 'I., The main building will be 'We are putting on I driveto ... ., city commissioner' and vice Important for the growth and
mayor. pr< sldent of Winter Haven
I t constructed in such I manner get it many ai possible to \. .:... Scrtoma prosperity of Winter Haven and

Capt. Robert C. Jones, director that it eta be used for shows, sign up while their books are in .... .I director of Rose Club in Keller 1962,Chil and its residents that such institutions -

. of the Church Army, a society meetings and of course to house the different areas Originallythe '. ,' dren's Home ii Ridge Federal Savings
Arnold
Silvert
r of evangelists and misfioniries displays of ill types. closing date for the various and Loin Association be established -
co-owner and
: of the Episcopal Eastman explained the' fl- points over the county wn Jan. ; : Station WSIR manager of Radio -. 10 that Winter Haven
\ vice
t Church, Is among the speakers saucing, which Is being done 31, but it may be extended ; ,' :';',, ;; of the Winter Haven pre.l.dl'nt people cm profitably and conveniently -

for the annual Florida Chain of by Winter Haven people helping our main concern Is to get people ,, Chamber of Commerce and establish saving accounts -

Missionary Assemblies at the in presenting the site, $25,. to sign up and get their new Baptist layman; Spencer co- ; and at the time time

.! First Christian Church in Winter 000 worth of work on such cards," said Mrs. Work. owner of Villa Lumber Com provide a source of mortal

Haven Feb. t to 11. things la griding, parking pany and Villa Village Hard. money so necessary for our

The purpose of the Church areas, etc. The Exposition ia New Boat Rnmps: ,' ware Store and director of home building" and home buyIng -

Army Is to provide personnel borrowing In excess of $100 Winter Haven Rotary Club citizens
for the inner city ministry, institutional Rudolph Dunn, State Came ; Dantzler Invited all citizensof
000 from the local bank and ( Gene Thompson, Architect,
I work, rural ind migrant ind Fish Department, stated this area to visit the new
the state it putting in some past President of Polk County
this morning that there Association's office ThirdSt.
was on
work and
specialize services
Association of
25000. Architects and
of the domestic and foreign The area on State Road MOor I. considerable money still left In i-4t "' member of the Rotary ,Club ., lee the facilities and discuss -.
the fund that was being used to with Burchard the possibility
mission of the
program Ave. R, SW li between City Planning Board and First
I build boat at various '
church. ramps of opening a livings ac-
First and Third Street The -, -, Presbyterian Church.
spoil. : count or securing i mortgagefor
The Church Army In the county has planned to four I Apple, former area manager
Commissioner Aldlne Com- the purchase or building ofa
\ U.S.A. ii one of six independent lane this piece of road in the for Birds Eye Division of General -
bee laid that he would home, or both.
i I societies numbering over near future. It Is estimated that appreciate Foods, put president and new
it if Dunn would check!
1,000 workers throughout the In excess of a million peoplea director of the Florida Canners

r world. Founded in England In year travel this road and with Into the possibilities of more .,. .iI ti' >ir ... Association directer of the
at Saddle Polio Cases
Creek Park "
t 18R2, the Army begin its workIn I the Exposition open every day ramps United Fund, Chamber of Commerce
: for they will be needed In the
!, America In 1925. I' In the year it too should prove near future ai the pita are BUILDING COMMITTEE HEAD, Bill Clarke, center, received a check for $1,500 I from florida Citrus Ex

It Capt. Jones was commissioned a tourist asset to Polk County. opened for fishing.Obsenres Mn, Lonnte Ivey, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, at the ground breaking change. Lake Region Yacht
r to the evangelistic office in I and Country Club, and Florida
ceremonies last Sunday for the new Legion home on Lake Silver Those looking on from Club Increased In
1937. He was installed national of which he wn
.' 1 director by Bishop H. K. Sher- Refund License MoneyJohn I Weather left to right are: Adjutant Ben Athmead, Commander/ Slim Summerville, Andy Anderson, dent in 1963.! : pre.I'1

rill in 1952. S. Mitchell, Lakeland Billy Ron Raiden, Mrs Ivey, Clarke, B, T, Jones, architect, and/ W E. Rynerson. Work Apple was chairman of the

lIla work and ministry have was refunded $281.25 as the "Thinking that January would. I: started today/ on the $125,000 edifice. organizational meeting. Vice '
be Its usual scheduled 63
dry self we State In (
been varied and -, --- --- chairman and .
a experience money he bad deposited for I a tremendous amount of was Gray, secretary I
Includes Itinerant evangelism in liquor license but had never was Spencer
road work to be done during this
the Tennessee River Valley, Miss N. Carolina Apple gave a short history of
acted upon. The license wit
of
period. Ai It turns out we now Two of the 33 cases par-
mountain missionary work, parochial turned back to the State Beverage the formation of the assocla I
hive about 900 miles of muddy alytie polio reported In FloridaIn
Wants To Thank
work in both rural andurban S ,, tion. The idea originated with
Department.
but 13! in Polk County
roads. hn to
! our program __ were
_
areas, and prison work. two of the nrganireri: in June
go ahead and we are sure that A Local Man according to the annual report -
The present headquarters and I 19 2. and thereafter the 10
Registration Report the weather will cooperate In Issued by the Florida State
training center of the Church members of the organirlni
Army Is located In Brooklyn, Mrs. Blanche Work, acting the future, observed Chairman Will the Winter Haven man group, which include the nine Board of Health.

N.Y. where the society uses registrar, announced t bat McCutcheon. who befriended Miss North organizers and the attorney, In 1962 there were only seven

five buildings formerly comprising through last Friday 27,000 worked through that summer canes of paralytic polio reported -

I the plant of Holy Trinity people bad reregistered with. Miscellaneous Items Carolina 1964 please accept preparing an application for the In the atate.

parish in downtown Brooklyn. in the county. Board Clerk Kirby Blain axk. eJ1 -i her grateful: thanks It should Federal Home Loan Bank The report listed M easel of
:\ tuberculosis and 25 cane of
n't be too difficult Board. The
a task. application wapreiiented !
ed for tax refunds three
on
Infectious hepatitis in Polk
I J I pieces of property. One was Zulus Jeanne Swanncr of 20 to the Regional
Johnson last
Says Deficit Is Cut Board in North Carolina In County :year
deemed excessive fora McGee St., Graham I
one wan N. C., September 1962! but was turned The flu bug was the biggest
piece of property owned by has written to Mayor Richard vlllian accounting for 797 -
(Continued From Page One) defense programs to a total of down. reported
the state, and the third showedit Dantzler "In hopes of conveying In the county.
cases
eated the deficit would not be $54 billion. Johnson cited the An appeal wan taken to
erased until fiscal 1968. was double assessment thanks to a residentof Washington on March t, 1963 The year also produced high
Johnson, who called the budget nation'i high level of pre Clerk Blain stated that there Winter Haven whose name when the organizing group', Figures In a number of well

the first major task confronting parednesi," and slid that economies are still some reports not In is unknown to me." along I Irving W known children's d I Ie. a I e ..

him after succeedingthe implemented by the his hands from Justices of the Miss Swanncr explained to lraW'J a.. Roberts I There were 331 strep throats,
Peace and Constables. Commissioner
slain John F. Kennedy, said armed forces in recent :yean Alan Trash observedthat the mayor that the and a presented their cue to the 256 canes of mumps, 250 cases
be went on the theory that "an group of friends were aboard Federal Home Loan Bank of measles ind 225 cues of
this situation should be
were beginning to show results '
austere budget need not be and a train en route to Miamito Board. In June the board approved chicken pox reported.
should not be a standstill budget Space programs will be brought to the attention of thosedelinquent. 5- the Orange Bowl football a resolution giving this There were 434 cases of

this is, I believe, a hiked $BOO billion to $5 billion game, but were behind schedule group permission to organize, venereal disease, seven cases

budget of economy and pro,- with continued emphasis on and on Dec. 11, 1963. a petition of food poisoning, and 82 cases
': ress." PraisftCommissioner "Our problem wit that was forwarded to Washingtoi of hookworm.
putting men on the moon by
The result was calculated to Combee said friends were waiting for ui stating that subscriptions had There were no cases of diphth-
blur the spendthrift image that 1970. "There If no second-class that he thought that both the with our tickets and would been received for an amount In thesis or typhoid fever reported

Republicans like to pin on Dem. ticket to space," the President I I.ald. legal department and the engineering not realize we would be so excels of $500,000 from 400 different during the year, and only one

ocrats. It includes economies to department of the late, -perhaps missing some people.! On Jan. 4, 1964 case of tetanus

please the conservative, social .Spending for foreign economic county should be praised for of the game themselves." the Federal Home Loan Bank In a report for the first weekof

reforms to attract the liberal and military aid will be expediting the handling of the Miss Swanner had observed"an granted the charter this year the week ending:

and the $11 billion tax cut to trimmed to $3.3 billion, down righll- f.way on US. Highway elderly man across the President Dandier announce! Jin. 3, Polk County hid already -

tantatii anyone that might be $200 million from this year's 17-82 between Lake Alfred and aisle from us. From time to that the association felt extremely reported two cites of
WL actual outlay and a full $U bi Raises City time he said funny things and fortunate In securing tubercuoll.2 eases bt flu,

. Johnson said<< however that lion less than the adminlitra At the same time the City chuckled to himself and seemed the services of Burrhard aa executive five cases ol hookworm 17

h "a government that li strong, tion originally sought for fin Council of Haines City, lent a quit amused at every / vlee' president' Bur- strep throats, eight easel of
S a government that U solvent, a 1964. Johnson said the cut "reflects resolution to the Commission, thing that happened" Whenhe chard has bachelor/ and gradu mumps and one of venereal

government that la compassionate : the success we have had and copies to John Phillips, cot ready to cot off at I ale degrees from the Unlver disease.Presbyicrians.

Is the kind of governmentthat In reducing the dependence of state road board chairman, and Winter Haven Wins Swanner ally of Michigan, and for the
endures." some nations" on U.S. aid. Hector Johnson state road asked him if he would mind past eight :years had been ac

The President outlined his -The "highly ,ucc'lIful"Peace board engineer, stating that the sending a telegram. lively engaged 'In real estate

spending plans in terms of both Corps will be expanded I raid at the oreaent time li not "lie IBid yes without belts- mortgage and lending activlliei. (Continued 'rom.Pue One)
from 10,500 to 14,000 volunteer fit ----- tion and took the lie was formerly a vicepresIdent
the f. mill'I I r administrative to travel on and that something message. church building. Construction
budget and the cash budget, workers should be done Immediately AMONG THOSE PRESENT at the ground breaking When we reached Miami our of Western Federal ;in be finally undertaken only
Savings and Loin Associationof
newly emphasized by Kennedylast -The government will pare to atari work on the road Sunday for the new American Legion Post home was people had received the wire Denver by a vote of the congregation
Cola, one of the
Its civilian payroll from 2,512- between Lake Alfred and and had gone ahead, leaving and
:year. Representative Ray Mattox, left, congratulating Com- largest financial Institutions In approval of the presbytery
cash budget takes 400 to 2,511,200 a reduction Hainei City The Commission our tickets" The church was dedicated in
The account
mander H. R. Summerville on this tremendous/ for. that state and has been
itep more
of 1.200 persons, or five hundredth took note of the resolution. "We've thought shout this .
of collections and P'). ward for the local pott. Money Is being railed throughthe recently engaged ai a mortgage 1928. In 1951 a chapel, educaional
of one per cent. Johnson man several times since then and
the Social building air condi-!
rents by Securityand
tale of
memorial briclci at $125 each which will be broker in Florida forcommercial
pointed out that this Is the and wished we could toning added.
Highway trust funds. These possibly were
Plans! Made
included In the lending Institu-
items are not Included In the first budget in 10 :years to provide patio entrance to the new building. thank him. However, not _. "We desperately need a

administrative budget and some for any decrease in federal From Pare One) knowing his name, this Is my Lion.Burchard intends to establish Christian Education building."
economists consider the cash employment (Continued Hors- Show Excitement I only opportunity to express Mn. Brigham said "For tome
through a one-day blitz cam Mounting a home In Winter Haven in the
Knriffat mnr* ...lidi,.. Agriculture programs will thanks to a good Winter Hi future with his wife Alice years we have been getting
near
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be slashed by $1.S billion to a paign. I Yen citizen." along with makeshift facilities
Here is bow Johnson's
proposals total of $41 billion. The John. The United Given' Fund I. (Continued From Page One) di Concentrate Open JumperSweepstake I and their four children lecaune. we overflowed the
look under both
systemsas also joined by the American been constructed and are ready the highlight of Dantzler also announced that
son budget cited reduced federal I class rooms we purchased the
compared with the current subsidies and proposed private Red Cross In this )'ur'. cam for the show In addition, new the show. I FivePointContinued ho board of directors hid house north of the church and

fiscal :year: financing of rural housing paign. The agencies supported stables have been built with Set. Joseph Mulrarcn of Cler- palled a resolution authorizing! later it wai necessary te add

Administrative Budget<< programs among the money. by the United Givers Fund enough stalls to assure accommodations mont and Charles Welsh of ( From Page One) the payment of interest on iavngs two more buildings on Ave.: F.

1964 (billions) IMS laving innovations planned in are: Polk County Association for ill\ the entries llarrisburg, Pa., will be the both had observed that "the use accounts quarterly from All were originally private
Revenues $88 4 $93 the farm belt. for Retarded Children, Rose- During weekend workouts, ringmasters of force for the solution of territorial he first day of the month for I houses and hardly adequate for

Spending $98 4 $971 The new President first Keller-Polk County Division of some of the horses were a little Judges for the show are E. disputes is not in the any deposit made on or before classrooms for a growing Sunday -
Deficit $10.4 4.9 the 10th of the month and
$ skittish. ;
of The owners attributedthis Interest "
budget la built on expectationsthat the Children's Home Society L. Bailey of Buffalo, N.Y., Phin of any people or country school.:
Cash Budget<< to the for payment of an anticipated
fact that hadn'tboon ,
Florida, Auburndile Relief ServIce they
the nation'i economy will horton Jr., of Winston Salem,
\ Revenues $$114 $119.7 Lake Welfare, Lake worked for awhile, but Thus, In proposing "five dividend of 4 per cent per an
Eagle
rise to new records of achievement N.C.. William J. Cunninghamof major Frost
"I Spending $122.7 $$122.7 said that num compounded to be paid No
in the months ahead.It Alfred Welfare. Winter Haven a couple of days of Mexico, Mo. R Mulch of types of potential agree- ,

Deficit $ $3 $ 29. also includes the issurnp- Welfare Salvation Army, Men work and the horses would be Cannon, Conn, C. II. Asmis of merit," Johnson led off by say' quarterly He announced that the primary LAKELAND (UPI-The mor-

The President's specific proposals lion that Congress will pass the tal Health Center United Cere- rudy for the show. Sykcsville, Md, Alex torman In,: of Federal nlng temperature bulletin from

Included: I' tax reduction early this year bat Palsy, Arthritis and Rheu- Entries from the Winter Haven of Mendham N.J., George: "In consultation with our allies Savings purposes and Loan Association a : the Lakeland Weather Bureau:

Speedy passage of the $11 and that this will be a prime mitlim Foundition Auburndale area are expected to number Saunders of Winter Park and we will be prepared to du- established under Federal Forecast for peninsular FioI -

billion tax reduction which he factor ia stimulating a flow of I Youth Program, Citrus Center over a hundred. The Sn'-! Arthur JtcCashm of Pluckemin, cuss means of prohibiting th* II Laws To thrift rids for tonight and Wednesday:

called ".n integral: and vital revenues into the Treasury never Joys Club, Boy Scouts, Winter vely Stables, Allison, Triangle I N.J. threat or use of force directly and were homeownershlp: promote among I Partly cloudy Cool tonight

part of my budgetary proposal"and before equaled.Republicans Haven Girls Club, Girl and Cloverleaf Stables ill\ will Members of the Horse Show or Indirectly whether by asgression people of the community by and mild Wednesday. Lowest

a badly needed stimulus to I probably will attack Scouts, U. S. 0. Services to be competing.John Committee, R. K. Harmon, subversion, or the providing a convenient and temperatures Wednesday morning -

the economy. The bill passed the document as a Utopian -I Armed Forces Personnel and A. Snlvely Jr. is expected chairman William L. Haley, clandestine supply of arms-to ate place, and method to live : Ranging from 38 to 45

the House last session and now dream that will fizzle before Lakeland Humane Society I to make a strong bid John A. Snively Jr., W. L. chance boundaries or demarcation and Invest and providefor uwannee and north portion of

Is in the Senate Finance Committee the end of the year Yacht to retire and Country the Lake Region I Etheredge, Oliver Kingham, lines; to Interfere with accesi the sound money economic financing he Gainesville district to 45
Club Chal.
which hopes to complete The Johnson spending plan and II. R "Slim" Summer. to territory; or to extend of homer In central and to the 50'.

action this week.A marked the first time since fis- Where FederalContinued lenge Trophy.Aui\\. winner 'sub, anticipate an even greater control or administration over He stated that hearings in southern districts.

$1 billion increase In new cal 1960 that Congress had received of the coveted trophy, attendance at this year'i territory by displacing established Washington had established Future temperature outlook:

spending authority to launch a budget lower than the ( From Page One) Snlvely needs another victoryIn show than last years authorities." that savings Institutions located No frost danger through Thura.day .

"an all.out attack on poverty." preceding one. 'ram..l1 cents. the Three-Gaited Saddle With the increased number outside of Winter Haven bid .

The President laid these funds During the past five :years, Horses Grand Championship of entries, interest is pickingup ---- -
would be channelled into programs budget totals have been shooting The sources of the federal dol. Stake. Mildred Adams, owned daily and the sale of tickets Sunshine Pike

intended to improve Job up at the rate of nearly $5 I.r: by Mr. and Mrs. Snively and has been brisk.
opportunities for the unemployed billion a year Individual income taxes 50 shown by Jack Boyd, pickedup Rated an "A" Show by the (Continued From Page One) Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply

and low Income Iroups.Empha.i. The President's deficit-shrink- centi. the victory last year for American Horse Show Association with an eye toward eventual Of Winter HavenHeadqu.rter. .
will be placed on Corporation Income taxes. the second consecutive :yeir the Imperial Polk HorseShow lix.lining of the Miami Fort
ng operation was concentrated
Another for All Types Pipes, Valves & Fittings
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outstanding competitor
Pierce lection.Meanwhile .
raising the "eudcational, health In two budgetary departments. 26 cents. I is considered one of the

and skill levels" of youth to enable In addition to the cutback in Excise taxes 11 cents bu from list :year'i show Ke finest In the United States the last 54.mile AIM CRANE a C,m,l INDUSTRIAL.t. SUck ., Pum DISTXIIUTOft"i, Plumbing,
owned and
them to break out of the spending he predicted that federal Borrowing I cents. I shown by Wayne The show Is sponsored by I section of the extended turn M....."'.., 4 Induitrlil uppli.,
Hager of Winter Haven will be Frierson-Nicholi American Legion pike opened Monday between WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
of inherited Other
"vicious circle" will revenue sources -
revenues jump $41
billion centi.itivc. back for thii year'i show Ke- Post S with all profits donated Orlando ind here, throwing the 4tk St. I A... L, NW. cc Le" Sllvr WkM lei ">... ..." *n
the
-despite tax cut-to 'I
poverty.A bu picked up four first places I CALL COLLECT 274-4247 WINTER HAVEN
$1.3 billion budget cut InATTENTION a record-breaking $93 billion by last year to the American Legion toll road open 265 miles from ]
Hospital for Crippled Children Miami.
the end of the fiscal year. effect of the proposed tax The show will begin at 1:30: --. --

This would be more than : p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29
twice the increase expected cutHis plea for quick action on'' with four afternoon events

during the current fiscal year the tax bill was one of the few scheduled. The evening show I'm LUrt 3ucre'lc Now.s.Z u 14t'mOXMI WtUTrttVT
hOW..u\I\\)
CHARLES CHIPCUSTOMERS which is in midst of a business notes of concern expressed in will begin at 7'30 and will feature Be Wise !
boom when government income h
the otherwise optimistic reporton 14 eventi. aUon degnd.

traditionally rolls ia at a food the nation's fiscal future."Since I On Thursday, second day of SUTVtM clLnd ir covO.NOp. i; Buy Where V
clip. expeditions of a tax the show there will be 20 : iou
Due to Illness of your The new budget envisions i reduction have been incorporated events, including: the first of the I oud keooP hole) wouldi HOO .

Rout. Salesman Home 15 per cent increase in the Into the forward planning of jumper competitions.On yMe u co aoe Know The Brands

Delivery Service will l ediscontinued. Gross National Product the many business firma" be aid Friday, Jan. 31, the show you KNOW
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total value of goods and serv. "the effect on the economy of will get under way In at. .
CHARLES
ices produced to a record failure to pass the legislation with 54 eventi. On eame.t.l

CHIPS products may be $623 billion by the end of 1964. swiftly might be deeply disturb- there will be 47 events and on '

purchased In downtown This would be about 1 percent In I." Sunday 27, Including the .10rl'l //I////t VILLA
higher thin the rise recorded

Winter Haven Mondaythru during 1963 which HAVE COMFORTAILE SHOES REPAIREDPACE'S ;; : ,

Friday .t turned out to be much better LUMBER
than moat of the economist:
*2S AYL A, N.W. bid predicted. SHOE REPAIR '

IIHINO THI CrUMIrtOf Johnson made K clear la his CY3-411S

COMMEICgPhoM I budget message that be expect.ed N. Portia Problem 140 3rd Sf N.W. b ; FIFTH t AVI. T. N.W.
213-3074 this extra push next fiscal I Drf,.- L

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Tuesdey, January 21, 1964 Pag, Si
I Lake Hamilton Xi Gammas Plan Flea Market

M I :-.WINTCQ &HAVEN DAILY NEWSCWICFUtc 5 5I Church SupperTomorrow


I, NightThe Auction.: Hear Talk On India

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Lake Hamilton Com mi school girls wear western
munity Presbyterian Church A Flea Market Auction
will hold a church supper tomorrow covered dish supper win beheld clothe, but li they grow older .

at 6:SO p.m. in the Saturday night for members they wear the larii. la

Christian Educational BuildIng of XI Gamma Chapter fait, They are worn In India

of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, now more than ever la tit
Mri. Cophui Hunt and Mrs. huibindi, and uetti.Fiotl .
their ( vlllagei of India full iklrti
Ralph W Rogers Jr. will be plans for the event
hostesses for the supper. were outlined Thursday night are worn with an Indian cholt.I ,
Those attending ire liked to meetingof tight fitting bloui Scarves
i by OiLUC CUI5 at the seml-monthly
tike their own table service the chapter at the homeof and face veils are rarely ever
and I covered dish of vegetables MM. Lee Ellis seen there now They are won
Around The Town salad or dessert. The The event will be held at mostly in Pakistan
meat, rolls and beverages will even p.m. at the Womtn'i Mri. Ellis concluded her
be provided by the Women Clubhouse. This will be aa informal portion of the program by de.
Moore Family To Reside Here of the Church. party and li under the monitrating the draping of a
For the program following direction of the social and larL The one she used, a
the supper, Gerald Cox will ways and meant committee. gift to Mri. Ronald McKianla,
show 33mm color slides of Various business matter was of filmy white chiffon
While Captain Is In Korea 4, the trip he and hii wife made were discussed, Including the elaborately embroidered with
to Europe this put summer. Founders Diy Banquet In the gold and colorful threadi.Mri. .
The supper and program will print. Balliet and Mri. Frank
Captain E. II. Moore is leaving for a fourteen be open to the general public Area Council will meet on Zumpf were hostesses for the

month tour of duty in Korea, and during his absence, February lit in the Auburn- evening and served date nut

his wife, their son and daughter will reside here. The 4 dale Municipal BulUmg. XI bread with cream cheese,
a l' News Gamma will be represented pecan puffs, spiced tea and
family came to Winter Haven from San Antonio, Tex. Hospital by Mri. Elmo Hood, president coffee royale.

and are residing on Avenue M, SE. MONDAY'S ADMISSIONS and Mrt. Harry Van Members attending the
Mew. meeting were Mesdames Robert -
FIVE GENERATIONS Winter Haven Hart, Paul Legs, Harry
Mr and Mrs Jerry Raller Mr. and Mrs Dale Mattlx Miss Barbara Erwin, Mri. The program for the evening
always make for more fun if any celebration. And five were represented recently was on "India" and was Turner, A. W Kelso Jr. Arthur
of Chicago, III., winter guests of Sarasota spent the weekend .t dinner Jerry W. Birchfield, Baby Luther T. Ballet Wi hits, John Brantley Jr,
a family party at the Clyde Lundy home. Seated Is Mrs. W. C. Eml.w Mri. given by Mrs
Karen K. Henderson,
here, have is their guests her with their son-in-law Harry Van Liew Bill Melvin,
end tending, left to right, Mrs. Hirbert McCulla, holding her daughter, Christy, Kenneth Manuel, Miss Donna and Mri. Ellii.Mri.
their son and daughter-in- and daughter, Mr. ind Mri. Mri. C. R. Lundy and Mrs. Ted M.lvin. E. Driver, Baby Julia E. Gee, Balliet told of the Elmo Hood Arthur Hancock
law, Mr. and Mri. Bernard Bill Tharp and son, Billy. country'a fourteen "official" Lewis Statck. Bill Tharp
Haller and children of Cleveland Master Wayne C. Harrison, languages and something of Walter Bell, Ellis, Balliet and

Ohio. Mr. and Mri. Frank Groen- Gallop Club Members Hold Party Flower Show Matthews Robert B., Edward Casey, Jeffe G. Held A., the religions of India. India Zumpf.

eveld of Muskegon, Mich., the laid, li bigger and more
H. Knot Dellc li a patient The Gallop Club held its Marty Losey, David Field, CommitteeHeads Mri. Harvey J. McClary, populous than western Europe.It .
are here for the remainder of Mrs. Harry Blodgett Wyatt
in the Winter Haven Hospi January social at the rifle Mike Adams, Tommy Hart, includes more races, religions Becky Sue Hrezo
W. Gladney, Bruce Canova,
I tal. the winter season. MeetPlans and
languages, people
I clubhouse on Lake Idylwlld Richard Hitchcock, Billy Kirk, Mrs. Madison L. Walker, Mri. ,
social classes than any other Marks
I Mr. and Mri. R. E. Wlnsrh Mr. and Mra. Henry Lang- Saturday evening. Mike and Jimmy Tucker, Win- for the Flower Showto Annie M. Btssett.Auburndale. nation. It sprawls over one Birthday
, and daughter are DOW making ford of Dflair N.J. are visitIng Plana to have a wiener dell McMillan, Reggie White- million, two hundred thousand
their home here with their aunts, Mri. be sponsored by the Win. Master James M. Tillman, Becky Sue Hreto celebrated -
I on roast were moved Inside due head, Keith Umphaca, Rob square miles, enclosed in a
Eighth: Strt SE. They Addle Deal and Mri. Su.i.Chrl.tilll. ter Haven Council of Garden Thurmond Stoneman. her 10th birthday with a
to the bad 'weather Casual Hocnshal, Jeff Beasley, Ron great triangle with her sister .
New Port RicheyMrs. record party,
I moved here from Houston, Clubs were made when mem ID* speaker potato out
Tex. Mr. Wlnich is with Armour wn the party with hot dogs, nie and Steve Owen, Johnny ben of the Council met Fri Clemmie C. Hodgei. that there are more than 1M,. Stephanie acting at hosten .
Company, Mri. R. I. Burton has recently baked beans, potato chips, May, Jer Lincoln, David Ellis Lake Alfred W)0) Indian: youths enrolled la assisted by Mri. PaulineAukerman. I'
f retired and moved loft drinks and tea being ser Wes Berry, Bill Doty, day morning In the Tampa Charles M. Long Jr., JohnT. universities ta Calcutta alone. .
Mr ind Mrs. Henry Via here from Nashville, Tenn. ved by the sponsors, Mrs. R. Randy Turnbull. Guests of Electric Leisure House with Tyndal John D. Kirklind. The literate population of the The playroom at the Hrezu!
I Dyke of Lake Geneva, WII.I They art residing on Avenue the president Mri. William Davenport country all by Itself, would home was decorated to carryout ,
I are her for a winter holiday. A, NW. K. Harmon, Mrs. Ralph We. the club were Patricia Reynolds Rsley conducting the business Vernon A. Cagle, Mri. form the fourth largest nation the record theme. Guests
I therlngton, Mrs. A. 0. Parks Van Powell, Tommy Celebe E. Owens. In the world. But for arrive dressed at their favorite
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mc. and Mri. Elmo Hood. Woolerly and John Brownie leislon. Eagle Lake the 110 million Indians who record, and each did a
Cla.mma and daughter have The flower show will be Mri. G. S. Rlchardville. pantomime. Special awards
Bridge Players During the evening a large of Gainesville. can read and write there are
moved here from Tallahassee March 17 and 11 and will be MONDAY'S DISMISSALS 13* million who cannot even went to Debbie Arnold for the
and are making their birthday cake was presentedto An announcement will be "Families of the Plant world" Winter Haven alga their Barnes. For every best costume, and Frances
home In Jan. The Morning Bridge play. Jane Harmon, secretary of made at the schools concerning
Phyl Village.Mr. en met Friday In the Civic with Mrs. B. Edmond David Master Joseph Allmon, Jay- booming tel mill, there are Carllsl at the best mimic
McClamma Ja an attor the club, with, happy birthday the next meeting Since Outstanding also was Sandra
Center with Mrs. Grace Sands. serving as general chairman ion B Ashbi, Mri. Fern Ash- thousands: of village which I
ney. Mri. Russell Jensen and Mri. from the Gallop Club Inscribed the meeting will fill on the for the event. ton Mri. Gorman Ayers and have no reads, telephone or Chareit and Anabel Granda, I'
Frank Fischer at hostessei.Winners In blue. weekend of the Imperial Members attending the session infant son, Mri. Jack L. Beat- schools F. r every white who won prize Various oth her
Mr. and Mrs 8. 1. Hunter Horse, Show the session will
wit Mesdamei Clyde Theodore K. Chester were played with
at bridge were Mri. The evening was spent dancing. ty Baby scientist at the Trembay games
have li their guests Mr and Edgar N. Crawford, Mrs. Ada b* changed. Fettljohn, W. R. Hat old, Master Evon Colchiskl, Mill atomic reactor station, then prizes awarded to Marcil
Mra. Harry Ivey of Minneapolis Schnell, Mri. Dorothy Merck, Those attending wen" : Susan George Thornhill, Larry Rol. Donna E. Driver Mri. JamesL. are thousands of peaaanta toe Petrecik and Patty Dowd.
Minn who are ea Mrs James Poole and Mri. Snlvely, Avis Parson, Susan lion, James Golf, Carl Cooney, Durrance, Mrs. John H. superstitions to let thenielvM Refriehmenti! of birthday
route to Miami for the
of the winter remainder Sue Lathers Wyllyi Jane and Kay Harmon New ArrivalsMr. H. F. MuUinax, Dick Dantx- Gray and infant son, Mri. be vaccinated for amallpoi.: cake, Ice cream, nuts and
.". :. season. Door prizes were awardedto Christine Hood, Martha ler, Bill Lemons, Chuck Owen Olsen and Infant. ion, The political leaderihlp la attempting loft drinks were served to
Charles CTiupp la a Mri Edna Ludolph Mri. Wetherington, Carolyn Hitch- Meese, A. B. Weitphal, J. B. John R. Paul. to help the poor and Kathy Loehner, Fatty Dowd,
newcomer
to Winter Haven and Kathryn Wllllama ind Mri. cock. Nancy Bradford, Scotty and Mrs. Jerry Birch- Williams E. Edmond David, Dundee the Ignorant. India caa only Debbie Suaimaa. Laura La
Jl making his horn on 21st Vicki Brown. Turnbull, Pat Jenkins, Kathy field are the parents of a ion Earl B White William Raley, Carl R. Carlson. be :described at the moat confusing Mond, Gall Getty, Sandra
Street NW. He If a salesman Those attending were Mesdames Price Kathy Kendrick, Kathy born at 7:45: yesterday morning Tom Walker and William Bartow nation on earth Chareit, Gail Bally, Frances
jar Space Land Development W. E. Leonhard, Jean Etherldge Sally Gessler, Nan. In the Winter Haven Hoipltal. Bentley Mri. Harvey J. Cumbee. Mri. Ellis ipok briefly on Cirlisl, Martha McDuff, Chrit-
Company and came to Winter ette Martin, Ward Hughes W. cy Dormon, Susanne Aldred, The baby weighed In at Eagle Lake the women of India. Many tine Mauro, Debbie Arnold,
%aven from Jacksonville. C. Allen Otis Porter, Norma Pa 11 y Alderman Frances eight pounds, four and three. A water proof finish requires Mri. Eldrldge Lee. work and many more take Carolyn Freratte, A n a b e l
| ai! Davis H. C. Collman. May James, Faithe Con, Gcrl Slur. quarter ounces.A thorough rinsing because AuburndaleMrs. part In politlca than they do Granda, Marcia Petrecik,
Mr., and Mrs. Alien Owe Alexander, E. S. Morton, Sue leis, Pumkin Simpson Debbie any suds left in the Ralph O. Matthewi. ia America. Many more also Rita La Gutierrer, Colons O.
*lave as their guests Mr. and A. Meek Mrs. C. W. Gross, Thornhlll Join Humphrey. seven pound six ounce fabric will reduce the efficiency Lake Alfred hold government potts Kara, Sherry Stoner and Jfll.
)Ira. W V. Wbitebead of Fred L. Howard B. H. Williams !. Gene Bowen, Lee Mattox, daughter was born in the at local 10:33: of the treatment. Mill Pamela Runnelli. la India, many younger Thorn a i.FOR. '

jtoferivllle, Ala. Harold Ogden, Arthur Vir key Eastman Cindy New. hoiipital a.m. yesterday Mr. and Mri. Kenneth .
Stevens, Bruce Waugh, T. S. hall, Patty McCarty, Linda 8. Manuel.
Bruce Canova Sr. was ad Garber, James S. Poole, May, Mary Helen Boglcy,
bitted yesterday to the Winter Frank C. Wardwell, Alan B. Gail Sasser, Allison Mclver Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Jackson .
Haven Hospital. Wile. Art Johnson, Laura and Barbara Jo Poundi. are receiving congratulations I
Smith, Robert Backrath. Gary May, Bobby Bice, on the birth of a daughter. --r ANY
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molbergof Mesdames W. D. Burt Max Mike Denmark Dan Haines, The baby arrived at 5:20: ir-."
Galesburg, Ill. are spend C Farmer, George Ryder, Steve Relnts Donnie Locke, this morning In the local hospital -
ing the winter season at the Carroll Phillips, Russell James O'Kula, Robert Hart, weighing eight poundi. o .
home of Misi Laura Rich.tds. Hales, Joseph H. Lucy, Norm WORTHWHILEPURPOSE.

Huston, John Ballentine, Mor
ton Miller, Vicki Brown. John Mixing Bowl
Flynn, C. R. Mitchell, R. H. ( Q
DeMott Robert Savage Dale "
1MIITHIS: Hazlett William E. Moore,
Edna Ludolph and Ella Johna- Budget-Minded Recipes 1

ton. .....

Good old fashioned meatloaf 1 cup all.purpose or hickory

r EMBLEM WHAT'S NEW and a big pot of baked smoke flavor barbecue
beans make the kind of
..:' The latest In ehUdren'i heart.warming supper a fam sauce 1 (
:.. rockers Is a one piece poly. ily likes to come home to H cup water We'll Give You
ethylene chair with a compartment during the winter. And fortunate Soak bread crumbs In milk;
e. under the seat for Is the guest who is add meat, onion, salt egg, Lw '
storing toya.Younlsten. Invited to share! and \49 cup barbecue sauce A Personal
These Inexpensive dishes Mix well. Shape Into a loaf

might drink to will serve you well, when in a lightly greased shallow L Loan
Identifies yourWELCOME the very last drop with a you need to balance the budget baking diih. Combine remaining
mealtime enow-right from with economical everyday barbecue sauce and Vi
WAGON the mug. The dog on this meals. Both can be prepared cup water. Pour about U cup uv
ceramic mug winks hit eye ahead if you like-then simply of the mixture over the meat
SPONSORS. -and "barka"-every time pop them in the oven to loaf. Bake In moderate oven
the mug la lifted. best while you make a green (350 degree F.) about 1 hour,
salad. Fruit for dessert and basting frequently with the
a good hot beverage complete remaining sauce. Makes about
arn,* *f prestige! bi the
the meal-but most will t servings. UnuptcUe! expenses often put I
buuiMM and eivlt kf of Richard G. O'Leary, MD
Bean Casserole
forego dessert for a second Saucy
your community : Announcesthe helping of the well-seasoned 6 slices bacon, cut in thin person In I financial pinch. That's when they need help in
for Information, eel baked beanst strips
Aiieclation of The meat loaf and beans 1 finely chopped onions A from
cup a hurry. p.rsonilloin the EXCHANGE National Bank is the answer simply becauseit's
294-2989 ; John H. Ford, Jr., MD have a special one-step. seasoning 3 cans (1 pound each) pork
Ingredient-ill purpose and beam arranged quickly with a minimum of red tape.
for the Practice of barbecue sauce to give s 4 cup all purpose or
the dishes subtle, spicy flav hickory smoke flavor bar.
E J 4r ,W ,'Oft ObtUrrtei andGynecology or. Both recipes provide a becue sauce Perhaps medical bills have gotten out of reach for yeu maybe Christmas bills are still hounding -
generous number of servings.Try Vi cup honey

y r r ale Fin 51 ir..., N. to pleas them soon the when whole you family want 2 mustard tablespoons prepared you. Or you might be planning for an early spring vacation In any situation where moneyis

-and your pocketbook aa well. Saute' bacon and onions In
Savory Meat Loaf a large saucepan until onions needed, we'll be glad to assist you. The EXCHANGE payment schedule will be planned to

1 cup soft bread crumbs are tender. Stir in remaining
Vi cup milk ingredients. Bring to a boil. fit your individual need. You can even have the repayment deducted from your checking

2 pounds ground pork, Four Into a quart bean pot
veal and beef or casierole. Bake in a hot account each month.
9/e4e
ciecici4 2 tablespoons minced onion oven (425 degree F.) about
144\ teaspoons salt 1 hour. Makes about 9 cups,
1 egg enough for S servings. Come In and let us help you.


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a Dave Kelly, world.fimoui owner, trainer, breeder and rider
from Delray Reach, winner of the $10,000 Florida Citrus Concentrate .

jumper stakes last year, hopes to make a reperper-
formanre in Imperial Polk County Horne Show this Jtir. '

"' 1 Kelh) who rode Windsor Castle to the coveted price in 1>6S.ii ,
Ya-- ea1.w :rwn shown loft In five photo sequence series of the demands

placed on the International Jumpers ai they travel down the

obstacle course

s b Already 21 Staten, Mexico Canada, and Ireland have' entered .
stffrts In fie $40.noo five.day affair to be held at the Polk

County Riding Grounds beginning Jan 29. Pre'show predictions
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WH Five Faces 'Hound Local Shooters Big Time Wrestling I UCLA Bruins Remain Atop I





Cagers At: AuburndaleBy Cop Honors In Slated For Armory Cage Poll For Third WeekNEW


Skeet PORK (UPD-Unbeat- aecutive games and hat five
TourneyTerrell en UCLA, enjoying the moat victories In a row in the tough
BOB HAVILAND
Editor Professional wrestling will be seen at the National Guard comfortable lead of any top. Missouri Valley Conference to

Sports Daily Armory in Winter Haven each S.turd.YIl1Iht at 1:30: p.m. according ranked college: basketball team account for Its resurgence In
The Winter Haven High I Simpson of Winter to word received today by promoter Cowboy Luttrall. this season was a strong candidate the ratmgi. Villanova hat beaten .

School basketball team, copping SPORTS Haven and Ford De Haven Jr Luttrall, the popular Tampa wrestling promoter and producer today to remain in first Ire last eight opponents ando
three of their last four court News- of Auburndale tied for overall of the syndicated television wrestling program, "Cham place for at least the next three \'nt a 12-1 record.Thomas ,

contests including a 8.37 romp honors in the Florida Citrus pionship Wrestling from Florida," said the weekly matches weeks --

over Kentucky Military Institute Chief Skeet Championships Sunday it in Winter Haven were due to the 'tremendous demand by the Coach John Wonden'a Bruins,

Saturday night, get another I the Lake with wrestling fans In the area" who Monday were rated No 1 Berry
Idylwild
range
shot at a non conference identical scores of 188..400. "I have signed world heavyweight wrestling championLou by the United' Press International ,

foe tonight before returning to In 12 competition, Bill Thet to defend his title Saturday night," Luttrall stated Board of Coaches for the
Western Conference action Friday I letting HlUsborough Friday I I points in a 4845 victory over Conner guage of Buffalo Wyo. Then will attempt to stave off the challenge of the rugged third consecutive week, get i

The Devilmen will trek to The Auburndale team It expected Tampa King Saturday night he copped the top award firing a Skull Murphy of Cork, Ireland boost from the schedule.arranger Cop Region GolfLow
the
Auburndale for a clash with to be comparable with I poured through 19 point near perfect 09x100 Three Win The six times champion will have his hands full trying to until Feb 7.Woollen's ,
Bloodhounds in the opponent'sjym When it comet to consistency, ter Haven shooters Simpson turn bark the rough tough tactics of Murphy, who reportedlyhas speedhallt wilt be
at 8 o'clock tonight I Barlow, a team that downed the I the honors In a Scotch
I II two sophomores rank on top Dick Pope Jr, and Otto Elba, the hardest head In wrestling and la prone to use It with busy In the classrooms with final gross
TheHillsborough Terriergame I Blue Devils in the season'sopener Anderson lathe foursome Tournament held at
of the list Rick
placed second third, and fourth punishing head butts whenever possible. exams this week and won'treturn
reported here to be on But since the Bartow having the Lake Region Yacht and
I ; Devils leading scorer,
I in that order Haystack Calhoun, the Ml pounder from Morgan Corner, to the basketball court
tap tonight, will be played Friday loss by the count of 59-31, head :: tallied 10 points or more Country Club links Sunday wentto
Ellis came back for a first Arkansas will team with Eddie Graham to meet Hiro Mattuda until Jan 31 In the first of two
at the high school coach Jack Deedrick't charge tilts Forward Dot Thomas and Jack Berry
gym. in the last alx
place finish In the 20 luau and Duke Keomuka In the feature event of the night strictly tune'up matches with .
have noticeably. Saturday with natural 78 In the IS hole
nasium. The Tampa power. Improved Davis hat put through 8 a
George with 41x50 edging out Simpson Two other .
matches will also be slated to round out the Small college neighbor, the Santa
house it presently leading the i against KMI they per. to 10 point in each of the lilt and Willam Stadler of Boca of event
evening wrestling. Barbara branch of the University
league. formed both offense and de. four games He has been a Raton. Low ret winners were Marge

, For the local quintette, to. tense ao effectively that any starter since the fL Myeri tri In 410 gauge. competition of California. UCLA'snext Talbot and Dave Hull, 6S, first.
I night's game can by no meant team would have been hard i I' umph. Conners took first De Haven major college: opponent U Jean Baxter and Jim McAshan
Feb 7,
be considered a warm.up or pressed to stop them. Two other player't are ex- second and Pope third. California 72, tie for second; Virginia
breather. The Winter Haven The biggest problem tonight peeled to start for the locale BOWLING The top six teams In the Jttle and Herb Riley, 72, tie

five losing their first 10 tryt at Auburndale will be slopping Bobby Downs senior forward, standings remained unchanged for' aecond, Sarah Angle and

this season, plays the schedule I 'Hound Booty Etherldge averaging I. little inconsistent In findingthe Junior Shooters MOOSE LEAcrK CENTRAL fLOBIDA LEAGrE: from last week's ranking, hut Jim Sweet, 75, fourth, Joan Cottrell .
one game at a time and look 223 and Harold Hunt range is also tough on the W L W L the top 10 did welcome Ita first and Mann Wines, 76. tie

forward to only the encounterat clicking off 13.7 Auburndale It boards Sophomore Mike Page Elect Officers Crnvnon" Printing M t n'. Planter tense la f new member in a month Wichita for fifth, Dorothy Judd and Fred
hand, Tonight's 'Hound tilt 43 In SWFC play M overall lion, of the Devils' belt defensive ryprese Gardrnn Loner xe'1 fj', Howl.Unit 11 aHighland In t'1Jhlh.'iII.nova: advanced Hutchinson. 76, tie for fifth, and

it at important for the Devil- Dev'l pivot man, 6-foot ten.! courtmen. Officers for 1964 of the Junior Rainbow'CP, Grin.Bnat l.n Stuck lailii Bar 31 IA: St:3ftI II.rt"... Lanes Lanea 14 13 10 11 from 10th to seventh. Naomi Young and Frank Gardner.

men at any game this season. lor Rick Roberson seems to be Game time tonight It 8 p.m., Division of the Winter Haven Void Dol"'.. ft* tHandM tel.'s. Runland Raa. 12 13 UCLA received 32 of the 35 77, sixth
A win tonight could boost their the key man in the Winter with a junior varsity engage. Rifle Club were elected Sunday .. Haven Hardware Laundry II 30 I'Wlnl. 34 (>.pr.M Garden tines 10 14 first.place votes and boosted its The tournament, co-sponsored

, morale: for a spirited try at up- Haven attack, Roberson bit 211 ment slated for 6:15. afternoon at the Idylwild Range Butcher Boy 21 43 Ridge*..*,'Unea. M' t I UW IS point total to 346, just four by Dr. Ivan Gessler and Dr.
-- They are- Talbert Lauter president rmwmn Printing I CIA HIS KTivlnr Barlow Unaa I SM 2SM C T. poinst short of a perfect 350 Charles Parks, law 54 couples
V Br *)T Ml n, Sulch.r Boy ... ranked fourth the renovated
Ron tour recently
vlre.presld'nt 214 ton Ula BunlandRmaurant Kentucky received
> 1 a Danny Engllnh, 1 Ml MM n. Precut 31 S IIIOpiaa .
,Ma.rr J IK1 2524 Jim Hunt two ballots! for the No Lake Region course The club
Richard Wolford, secretary Garden Lana 4 R71 dean 210 ITS
.treasurer, and Paul I Ivan D M'lnliJM 110 va V-Ma Bnwlanil I RTO 2MI Marid-n. Wat- 1 snot and Davidson only a plant to bold at least one four
Da"'.. 0 471 1324 O Klrkland' 171 .. event month
I Myers, executive officer L. Kamm 44. lla ail Ml W-av-ri l. 1 point behind Kentucky In fifth, some every
I\. rni: RID ninnm :904 131 -- -
awarded the IIthr.l.oyola .
u i.I New members included Rich HannVa Ih rd...,. 1 Ww HUt T Rlriia Unra 1 Iltl! :4M Don D..1. .- was
ard King, Paul Irby, Davit n-rnmnna 11 M. KrhmMI B2ft vs.RInhnw via 347 8. TI Hiirhlanil Le"-. I of Chicago, No.2,
ROM 55s.1 tU 1U B.Weaver !:. ITS 2147
Jim U.i 341 S14 dropped 90 points behind UCLA
Irby, Richard Wolford, Paul .
111 211 121Op .
(vpr..a Gardens icons II 7 422IVR .
Myers, and Gregory Adams ('I rt". I.". Rnark JI..." I Jark Rarrrit 20| May\ u, Plant and third r a n k. d Michigan
I The junior rifle club plant to Ml 14M D P. rannnlll ins J Mori I ..r tines 4 Ml 3Ki Jot tint 223llA. climbed to within six points of INSURANCE
44* vi Wider, Hers laundry | the Ramblers In third place
vv meet the first and third Sun. Mo 144S C. W. P-aa IN D. Junk Hid scratch game: pal. Ult- SPECIALIST
Vanderbilt the "solid
days in the afternoon at the 648. nap ITS. completed
range. Mr and Mrs. Preston Hlllh eel'llirh laml: D. 11.1"112M HIII srreteh ..,1..: Jim Hunt. six" In the No. 6 position
,new .teems raenrlL .In..r 111. Duke continued to hold ninth

s) Duncanaon visors are the adult ad. I High&. scratch series: C. W. Data City and Oregon State', upset by 6Sre.Eon James H. Cross
L."ot&W Friday night before (alnlnlretenfe
MA\CHICK; LtlGlB I R.ln........ Seta 1'.1. 1 L e Saturday, dropped 23tA Third Sf, S.W.

National League WL (Jerk .Mar. n."nmre' ._. Lama eenniirvpra.V from seventh to lot b. Phon. CT 4 :444
Winter Damn Planing MWI \III. HII'". Moos.Pnl. The ratings are based on
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A RaraAiihurnrtala I"'r'.d' Math 2 S Wichita hat won seven con-
For' 64 Season I.umbarAllrntnvn f deleted Mett,1 5
Paint 5 canna, naM.n Bus I4 4 -- S Lift a Group
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TENNIS STARS OF FUTURE?-Somewhere In the group of junior[ tennis hopefuls out tional 1961 League schedule announced today its aid official Nigh am Mrlaa: Chevrolet 0 4 Wolf.Wllll.m Mobile t Parson Homea I NEW YORK (Um-Tht) CBS a Health & DiiabllifyHospttalliation '

for lessons sponsored by the Winter Haven Recreation Department could be a Davis Cup the biggest features were later Center 24TOHirH Kid Bank* of Than lAke, Bnmhera Alfred. o.II. network will televise Europe'srichest a ask

candidate or Wimbledon finalist Over SO youngsters showed up Saturday for the winter starting and closing dates from 141 lam rams: Oiavnlat Canter HI'hJ. *.m aarlM: Cypress trotting event, the $100, a Educational .t
Lanea :2707 000 Prix d'Amerlque which U
High Individual aartta: Bob Can
tennis class at the city courts. last year BSJ tar"lh" tam lama: Cypress Lana scheduled to be held Feb 16.
This year't opener at Clncln- I High Individual came' Martinnira
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ill W. Denmark 71 n. ceno High 'Individual aarleii Carl
Be Been the Houston Colt Warner :20>. Fraitnn Duller 211 HiVJi, etI.
le Reds It scheduled for Individual camel: Earl
Bowl Goes Under Weaver tKl
Orange LightsNOW 13 In comparison wi'h last PANCOAST High Individual ,om.' Karl
Weaver 130 and 2.10' PHI" Cork-rv
yWr'e April S opening. And the
, TAMPA (UPI)-University ef 321 Ron Turk. 331 Glen Wit,'.'
schedule will beclosed on Oct. 331 Test Conrad 111 and 311 Hunk Adams Building Materials
MIAMI (UPI) The Orange ABC contract to televise tilen.Uon' 4 Instead of Oct. 1. Tampa head football coach Fred Manaua 211, ('ha.. Lawnnr* 210.
Bowl lOll under the lights next first nighttime major A record total I of 438 night Psncoast will become offensiveend Ed Canavan 212
New Year't night In an unprecedented bowl and issocia deventi. coach at the University of
game games, 19 more than last year, 1807 7th Street S.W.
OPEN !
move aimed at more Florida next season Florida 1952. In ICtt he wa itslitantto ,
are on tap for the National
Coach Graves said Monday Coach Marcelllno Huerta and
Ray
than doubling Itt television audience The deal covers the IllS, I9GJ League clubs, all of whom CY 3.1102
Garden Way to about 11 million viewers when Huerta left two yean
and 1M7 garnet in Miami Orange swing into action on Aprti 14,
Pincoast played quarterbackfor ago Pancoast took over as head
Bowl Stadium one day after the Coltt Keds
The shift It Included In I Tampa from 1849 through coach,
Lounge Still to be anawered by the opener
three year agreement an committee ia the question <4 On April 14, New York will

Stele a..tt 1401 Mile Bowl nounced Committee Monday by and the the Orange National whether Big Eight the Conference contract with to pro.vide the I it be will at Philadelphia be at Lot and Angeles Sl Iou in. THE DEPEND ABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64

fttrdMS
lit f Cyprau Broadcasting CompanyNBC
ita champion ai one of the night! games and Milwaukee
CHOICE LIQUORS ( ). teams will be renewed. will be at San Francisco and
PACKAGE GOODS NBC, taking over the Orange the Chicago Cubs at FitUourgb
FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE Bowl game for the first time, The Orange Bowl-Big Eight in day garnet
Ueup bat been la effect eightyeart
Watch For Grand Opening' I will pay $300,000 annually-445, and went out with the/ Then on April 18, In a it condary .
000 better than till expirng
Milwaukee la at
opener
last three'year ABC contract
Houston for a night game
with the Nebraska-Auburn
while April 17 Itat
on Pittsburgh
this Committee
game year
Chairman B. Boyd Benjamin New York and Philadelphiaat

BIG DAYSJan. said this decision would be announced Chicago.
5 "in about 30 days" Houston hat scheduled the. I
most night garnet, 77, an Increase
over the 69 they played

Feb. 2 last year The world chairpinn
29 Daniels Move
Dodgers ire tilted to play 59 ,1-

night garnet the Philllct, 36,
Into Match
PlayWinter the Reds 55, the Cardinal, II,
IMPERIAL CHARITY the Pirates, 48, the Braves 28
Haven'a Dexter Dan. the Melt 29, and the Giants
Ida Sr., recent winner of the 25.

Suncoast Seniors, moved into At It their custom, the Cube

HORSE SHOW the to their first 30th round annual of match American play during will play the all daytime.The their home. gimet Heard about Dart's new V8 ? It's getting around fast !

Senior l Coif Championship Mete have scheduled 10
Cent M Dundee Rd. then left
take Region. Golf i Country Club M. Ind.Daniels other club In the league with
copped medal run the Cube and Reds scheduled Hot is the term hit describes engines with more than adequate luxury and luggage space than more than'a.few other compacts.

Winter Haven ner.up honors yesterday with a for eight tpiece The PhU'iet performance It describes Dirt's 225 eu. In. Six exactly This And with Dirt you also get I long strong 5-year/50aoo.mill

36-hole total I of 144, two behind and Pirates will pl.yve'l: Six has been more than a match of other compacts' extra cost warranty,' (There goes Dart giving you more again!)

Day. Nite Competition former major league baseball I each; the Braves and Caidmala engines So why a new VS? We wanted\ do something special nut tffKotaiis eivl See s-rua MM.mil Menerreew.

pitcher Jack Russell. The meet i ila I 1 five apiece; the Dodgers and for the guy who never quit got sports cars out of his system { raviNM nrfiMi, k.1 rxn. H,m WM, .nirtmi WMa tit,M*"*fcMck.
being held at the BeDeview I Giants four each, and toe Coin And here It is'! 27} t4 rttlica rt I e'' C -itiM
Biltmore Hotel |I two. cubic inches of bold V! viaor.:0: ::. ..:, IM wim:::see, K* i=atr:ear
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(I) Announcements I ((2)) Help Wanted ((8)) Automotive v -1i1l, $.J.. }: i (10)(I ) Articles For Sal. ((12)) For Rent Furn. I (131( ) Real Estate For Sale



Smart Junior Size AAAThe GEORGE STUDD TIRE SALE! I COMFORTABLE tag on lak.: Adult S-bedroom only. cot CY $350 DOWN

CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST 34288. It-TF
Dressesfor American Automobile Anew., I. 121 33rd Bt, NW lakeatc
enlnmila Motor Club 1"a. oienlni Used Car Mgr.SPECIALS essatynu r door-atep 3large
for aalea ranreventatlve. In Wlnle Famous Firestone FOR RENT Furnlehed apartment bedroom carpeted living"
Haven. Lakeland. Birtow area. cloM-ln Call W. F area wreen.4 porch .
Eicellent O\Ipnl1l1nlty for men experlenead 0 LOCAL SERVICESAVE Yonally, Off CY -<<01. Re. CY Irrigation y.tem encellent corner -
Spring In public ronlarl. V.,, Factory Seconds I-30M 21-TFft lot 110500 with doling
itractlv for 111. Inmranc men ooiU paid.
For Interview rail 1 Mr. AnluMU )
Most SiltS .
by Kl)18 Lakeland 183WANTKD : FURNISHED! RIo..I.I. 1I..onn.1 1. IOS3OihSl., .1
MONEY. SAVE TIME rear rollnd. ATHERTON, bedroom.; 16 a Wli toot
Junior Haase : Whit I.d-; betweenM ; JII. REALtY. 64t W. Central Ave (Y FLORIDA ROOM: e tra *
in car* for on. rhlld 00 mtn 50% OFF 4-3284. 29-TF ipac* .lSxlOofoottota ,

Minx Model 1:00: ) p m. In mv horn. 1S4T Irrlg.tlon *y.trm 111.JOO .
Ri"elawn gW ahtrpa.3O. 21-:J.COTKTAIL 1 CALL TODAY .
homa .
-_. -. BFAUTIFUL 1 bedroom all doing coiU paid.I
Reg List Firsts Adult. Fveyvthlng furnlahed 8e
WaitrnonMoat and
Eden Roberts dependant aleo dlchwaher nonal Other rental ATKINS. 135 Palm Dr,, BV7 t
In LaMond Reeta. FULL RFAL: ESTATE SERVICE .it.in; with extra room to m.k
Applv penion -
at ant. Cypree Gardnn Rd. I..TF CY 4-1111: 17Feb 1. a fourth ...bedroom largecreened
QUALITY CLEAN CARS UPHOLSTERING patio air conditioner
WANTED: Beautlrlan :: TrefeiSenior tilZlImJSTORES Included In the LOW, LOW price
Apply A Rlent Riot. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS of 1800000.
xlon. Cypress Garden Rd. or .ral I 343 room. the ulmont In luxury .
JitItevtACOTTAGE M4-323I 2121 CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bunk financing FINE CPHOLSTERrNO EX-: al reaaonabl rate. Maid *er* ALL TilE ABOVE HOUSES
RM AUTO IALfc.8. OIl PERT RLFINISHINie Complete vie*. all utmtte urnlehed 24-hou;
FFMA1!: po.ltlon.. Burger Queen. Ird 8t SW 3M-1K78 t-Feb I fabric elcton. WOLFS UPHOLSTERY switchboard. air conditioning an< SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT.
SHOP W.. Havendale Blvd Age. 21-40 SHOP 114 Avenu A 6th Street & Ave. A SW heitlng TUB LAKE REGION DRIVE BY THEN PIIONE
In 11-2 : Itth St. Av B. NW
Apply person.HOtY5flCEEPPR ill:. CY t-27ia: Day Night. HOTEL at *
960 Cypress Gardens Road VACUUM CLEANERPARTS I Dee. 33-Jan. II 2122 Phon. 393-4135. ]1.22 TO SEE INSIDE .

Open JAM. 'til 7 P.M. : : WANTED
Room and board fumlehed pit;. 1963 T-BIRD Loaded. SINGER Automatle ZlK-Zag. Like Loans
shone talary per week Prefer w... A 8ERVICK: for If I r by, Painting Papering new, buttonhole, monogram, ((12-C) Mortgage
mon 40ar* old 8 ngle. rhonn Hoover Electrolux and all othir -
.CY 3-MH3 JOS Av*. O. ME W H' Low Mileage Fr. pickup delivery and cmnate. Repairing fancy lachment denlgni. Balance etc All'9S.without 72 or $800 at iiit.; Oh
17- ) . RtVNOI.08 VACUUM 18-22 .umtnifif'Ciit..*..... :
$3,995 Phone 2M-1M3.
FAMOUSZOTOS CLEANER\ J: a vIe So Phnn. monthly .i ;;s.. REAI.TY/

OrEN IN' WINTER RAVENF.tibliohod CY 3-03S3. "11 L J. McCOY Quality work. M GAL. oil drum complete with \ Folks Like Our i (4 con 543*
: all white life ffiIsot' '- (1961 T-BIRD Loaded maiuhlp fait, cle.n and reawnbl. fitting* and metal tand I'm: no II CLMTLAI.4name .
.. Phone CY 1-8580. 114 4th CY S-41M aoTFSEWING Loans 294-2154
debit agency. No enperlenr* DAY NURSERY Street, Jan-Phyl VUlv. 17-Tf I Mortgage ;I
:: COLD required. IIS week training Q milflratlon $2,695 a flreoe Alkrrto. Knattor

.: married at. 34 Lakeland to 40 MACHINE g there I reason i' 1111I1.2HII8BR.
Tell dletrlrt offlc In 1963 FORD "300" 4 Dr. SWIMMING POOLS i
WAVE MIT 3-MM. 2123 HArPY TIME: NURSERY 0' a wide variety of money j/IW

\i, Auto. Trans .. $2195 43OAv..C 6B REPOSSESSED sources FHA and.j 1 Til. balh, DR. Breakfart
CY "'-3Z '7 room Paneled LR with atone fir*,
$11.95 Loans $1,000 Up 1962 FORD FAIRLANE I DR. OUR MOTTO CLEAR PURE: Aliw pool neat- Llk new lit r... Make button VA mortgage money ; place. beamed ceiling. Paneled Fla.
((2B)
Tender Love or. and automatic chemical feeder holei monoiram. fancy o>.l. i available Savings and j i R.. floor furnace. I air conditioner
. .
VI, Auto. .... (1,395 CareJ6.T. No attachment Auum I parmenu i '
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Vera CooperS NEED CASH ? 1961 FALCON 2 DR. CY "/986. 1..24 too also, life inaur j jt /I St.. NW Call 293-6772 for appointment

S Limited Time Sedan, Std . .... 11095 JACK & JILL NURSERY STAMPS\ For check anc company mortgage ; evening wenk.ntta.Retiring .

1st Mortgacea Month I Yean HEARING AIDS endorsement sIgnature ;\ loam selected the j; 1S-28
1960 CHEVROLET Monday thru Saturday other aleo datinlSlampi ,
Impala
Club Beauty Salon 2nd Mortgages purpoie loan best suited toI
Country 133 Av*. C SB.: ""e..II l puckr'aln.npn type
IIS Dundee Rd. CY 1-ie.11 Also Agreements of .1. VI, Auto Trans $1,495 CY 3-1653 I'OI.K HEARINa CENTER STAR IRF9fl Phon CY \ your needs whether for ]2

3'L.COHOLIrS bought sold or arranged 2.19r 6 FORD VR, Priced to sell 'TF Coker Bid*. 05 3rd 8t., NW 3229.. 181 Av*. A. NW. TFOOID v sale or refinancing /I

Phon 29:1-: 692 DOES' NOT HURT Poop Town & Country i 2
204-1447 ANONYMOUS FIRST MORTGAGE: CORP SEVERAL OI.DER MODEL Alterations 8AI KB BtRVlCB: dragon Pet mla. ruination Pink, / We offer you this 2 bedroom
OF WINTER HAVEN Repairs REPAIRS BATThRlLS Calind'la plunta. Ion doa. 6HAW Mortgage Corp. j retirement home in the
llMtlng Tuesday, I IB P I(. CARS TO CHOOSE ROM STY Traffic light-ElolB*. 1723 near
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REPAIRS
Dished Only ,8,950
Used Trucks
P.O. Bog 1018 Florid Room Aluminum D *- TELEVISION REPAIRS ( 110-A) Boats & Motors
((4)) Lost & Found fount Sale Co Inc. CY 8-651-4
1962 FALCON 231 tlh Bt. 8W 13-Feb. 12 .111-

Just A Few Of Ranchero . . $1. 9519A1 JORDAN TV SATES SERVICE 12' Fluhlng boat < HP motor,

Our On Premises LOST flc.. _keve Reward In Vicinity Return of to loot NeweChief 11' -Of TF- 'ORVAIR Rampslde WHEEL CHAIRS NORTH GATE CENTER SHOPPING trailer trailer. 10'293-M71 5 11' after wall lent I 09 utility P m ((13)) Real Estate For Sal. 1ect% f4fafo

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(5)[ ) House Trailers 1961 FORD Pick-t'p .. $1,195 WHEEL Hoenltal: CHAIRS Crutohne for rent. Vialk AIM 1-81 Rent Unf. IDYLRIDGE VIEW WARREN SECKEL, Realtor
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Prongs rebuilt, solid gold 1959 FORD 4 Wheel Drive Hill. 175 Av*. A, NW. 16-TF AUTO SERVICEDODGE OPEN HOUSE W. U. McReynolds CY J-S60J

and diamond witch bands repaired FOR SAI.P: 10' g M Pathfinder Pick.Ip . . . $1.095 .
Front 47IO a BEDROOM HOUSE CloM-ln $9,950Out Helen Whitley CY S 5945
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Florida l-Feb 143BFDROOM 1959 FORD .. $ CY -1433 J.rry Marti CY
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trailer with, Chryiler Plymouth ajlancerVallum lint St. or Airport Roadto
Aff work rhodium finished for Itudted c. I Inll. Phahlow irh SCREEN ENCWIIUREOWN.. 3-BFDROOM newlr" redecorated. right ..n.I .
the ultimate in beauty ind p imp and yard Irn..d. r.n 63 Demos. DCS AlUMINUM DISCOUNT FLOYD ROft ;RTI MOTORS Kitchen nrnlehed, lanpbyII; 1st paved road on left, or
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bathe. Dining room $125 TOWN tw Down S50 moBtk .
4! 3rd SL. N.W. ([5-A) Moving & Storage 1963 FORD Galaxle "SOO" Club CY COUNTRY 3-114L REAL ESTATE lt-21. 22 Jan 22SBEDROOM I CT KOH. pw t-TF

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mreRiAi. Movmn STORAGE buill-In none .100 1 bath with aeparat
I Tromit and efficient .....Ic. SIll Only . . . |2,89S ... jkfaet rauca bur Lanre. lot at good dining room. Alp conditioned I Bedmom. eor* .
your moving aeed. Call I reildmtlal ....a. Walking illetanc Hying carpeted, porch Cloe.-ln. Wov* la t da,.
YOUR CHURCH OR GROUP CT "111I for (re. e.llmete.. 1963 FORD Galaile "500" 4 Dr. FOR ftP-NT "lore, bulldlnr. 306 Ird to Elbert Elementary!: School -:. Da'r. Large
Agent (or Allan Vaa Line. Inc. factory 81. SW ISO.00 per month. Till II10' Phon McElroy Builder ... lot baa iteel fencing ahutn board INCOME PROPERTY tk 011 down
Alfred,
Sd. Loaded Including 175 month is
ran raise $50.00 and more, easy wrvlng all M alatn. 14-TI 293-6771. lH1 294-4254. 31 TF moron. ihallow ....1and pump.
arid fast Have 10 members air cond No. 114 For term to suIt you call owner I BEDROOM t',4, bsthi. 50w17f000raled
Only . . .. $:,7115 GARAi7S7Rod7 Shop and Filling FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO CY S-fMO or CY 3-6264 4-TF In BE aeclioa.7all .
each sell only twenty SOc pack ptatlon For renlnl' Investment. BUYBedroom. 1-bth boo*
Services
(| Special
lovely luxurious Prayer (6J) Auburndal WO 1-1530: 21-33: with G.E. b illt.In.. IWOO pcImonth 3orry I.rdl. C'T 1-1211 .P
ages my 1963 FORD Galaxle XL 4 Dr. with ISO*: applied ncuivkdown t
Grace Table Napkins Keep HT Electric windows & payment McELROY BUlI.foERa. CHAIN OF LAKES Dan Winirn CY .1433.. ll-Tr

$50 for your treasury No CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND aeats Loaded including ((10)) Articles For Sale 29H2M. lloT"l Close In, 3 BR 1 Bath Home
ALTERATIONS! Blind rtltrhedmodern BRICK
money needed Free samplei equipment. 3010 Hickory factory air condo No. 1106 I Fla Room, garage, boat dock, A horn of prestige and dlgnttr Exeellent >

Anna Wade, Dept 1MAB3 KW CY .-,6 1. Mr*. Edna Only . . $3,175 USED (12)([ ) For Rent Furn. lakefront and canal Drapes, condition. One owner prop
-21- Schomer. 23-Jn S3 REFRlrERATORS ertv. Upper teen. Inipectloa Invited
Lynchburg. Va. -------- nnrea. Waehers Dryer stove ref., wall to wall carpet. offer wnt d. Will I takernaif
EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEFPINU .963 FORD Galaxle 500" 4 Dr. -.1 reeieri TV Set Btemot Price $16500SIM. { h nu.aa. down payment 1r
BLRVlrt, Income Phone liT. Loaded Including factory Air ndltlonen Rncondt- .rag. anartment rear ot lot.Out .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CY 4-11W 3111 Av*. F 'iv. rondo No. 99S tinned fully. uaranUed Term. EXCLUSDEEENTAU DOWNS of State owner
SFeb 3 air From .29 8S fc UP. JOHNSON B 114 Av*. O, HI

:- Only. ... . . ... $:,8115 APPIIANCFS Lake Alfred BR home tlOO down. About ilTP
INCOME TAX SERVICE! Lake Fhon 171-1139 NitM 172lS'MllTF.
Alfred 115: 5. Lake Rhor W.vnppoelt FaMine Custom $60.00 per month, Including
J.Jy FORD
3JrllfiJr. 963
lI.nk' ON CHAIN OF LAKES New 4
of Uk '''r.d.W..kd.YI
.. ---ai S-6.00 p m. milay* Ranch Wagon. No. 791 1 1 t bedroom (urn. horn, extra taxes and iiuuranc bedroom I bath horn 40o'r.rord '

:-;.. -... -. 1 00 p.m. to I 00 p.m. rvnhem Only .. ...... $:,395 Jack Prater'sSpecial HOTPOINT 90 (it ... lined. atnmallc <. nic Total Price $9,000.VAINER lot-b. West porch aidr .Take double LbS-c.carport Hon...
Ward lFrb 14 hot water heater I5R 00R Furnl.hed apartment 1 1 bedroom er Road CY 1-470 CY 5-0502. T.TrNo
$ UO See ELLSWORTH *. REALTY
Quality W tck ml -- --- -- per month
CHAIR8 CANED AND RFWOVFN Ford Co. CY S-1620: 16-22 14 Sixth St. NW. CY 34454
Jewelry letMlr ,
with cere or finer much FPHIE I Halley 1 t bedroom borne ..........-'.. 1100I Down Payment
WOOD SHOP phon FR 3-1667 104 East Central Ave. 2934111m 1961 PONTIAC Mtlt Catalina LIGHT oak Sllvertone 3 speak I bedroom 1 bath horn, Fla 19-21
.
31-2 4 door sedan. green i er Hi-Fl with Granco AM-FM room .. ...._..................._..._... I"I
1'7.Jall. 11 .Z!. white, matching interior ; tuner Call HA 2-3250. 11.TF 1 bedroom Unt _-, .- 171 Necessary

((6-AJ) Animal. & Supplies Whitewall tires, power
IU: NEW modern 1-bedroom retirement It credit Qualify you
FOR. : MERCURY Station Wagon steering power brakes, Oil,-BURNTNrj clirulKtlnr heater. horn. Clone-In 634 Ave your
Eqilty of HIM no and lenin I radio & heater, factory n.w condition 1000. Wide treadtruilor BEASLEY REALTY CO. NE 113,200. CY 3-4256 13-Feb: 16 1 2 bedroom home for sale,
1. WINTER BRIGHTER PIE!: PAIR lam India Bl,i. payment. of '28:10: per month axle tires and wheel. .
air automatic transmit alt 00 CY 3-6033 01 Eagle Ave >W total price $5600. Payable $43 23monthly.
I'raeoeke. mnn' p.lr. Call fier LAN. r8. FB. FR J-M1S between 934 lth 81,
CLOTHES I 00 p.m, CY 8-4494 20-M. 000 am. 1.00 p.m. :3S5 W. lion t-agla lake. ..22Wlr. CY HIM or CY I-'." LOVEIY LARGE 3 Bedroom. Span- 1 bedroom home, total .
--- --- ---- .. Lak. Alfred 1723Ml 13-TI lab Type horn Cy".... Gar'lena
Cummlna 45.5&monthl
2. SFARKirsG! GLASSWARE PURE Bred Mlnlelire, richiindpupple .---- f:Dl.ESS lop roll |1H 00 Peat Are*. Florida Room Central. price fo900 payable '
tt SILVER ., |3< no CY 3-4118. 2123 VOLKSWAHTN iiedan A-I condition LOOK $1,695 muck 4 vantu all 00. Tret pill- Heat. $13.600. CY 34018. U-TF ,.
1115000 3223 Av*. I. NWCV Inn clearing. grading CY 8-WI ONE Newly Decorattd furnlnhed
J. SOFT, LUSTROUS HAIR 3-SI4. 3M3M .n.Um. lD-23 apartment 313 Avenu S. SB FIRST MORTGAGE CORP.

1, CLEANER, SMOOTIIER ((7J!) To Buy or Trade CY 3-1008._17-TF Modern OF WINTER HAVEN
'; SKIN 19 ENGlISH FORD Angella PinckneyOldsmobile USED TT FT9 At U. Tab
'e hood condition I37SOO Phone your pick. 11000 earn. Jnhnnon B Ranch StyleHome 519 Central AvCY ..
CY 3-S41S. 19-3I Appliance. Lak Alfnd 172-111. WILL ihare my nice mburban
CAlL WE BUY need appliance and furniture t-TF horn on Lak In ....v. with r. S.5151 293.9063
and w* .ell lipid .p"I1._ AIRLANE "500 Ford '(t model 1Iabl. retired and congenal man.
e* end irnlture Brook Appliances 0140.00 down 141.00 a month CV Used Car Lot ROLLAWAY BEDS Betty Bed My wife died. am lonely. Have 16TF'lIlllilllllullllllllIllllIllllIllIlllIIlJl
ft Furnitur 2961 Havendal Blvd M1M. 11-31 boat klrker color TV .1cm. No
Chain Sawa ON 40 ACRES OF LAND
Ulghrhnlr
-
of 3rd St. SW at the and
Corner utlllllea. food
1TF Floor Polleheri. U. DO IT rent. *har* E.'
water tower. RENT ALl. 240S Av*. O. NW. :26-TF .chore Would connlder: eld.rly married Eno.. living at SLEEPY OAKS ,
RFC: mv eq iltv I In air rondllloned couple O. P. K A,iburndal.. I |
41 Falcon Waaon Take over the WO 74t192.< RANCH Home ha. I bedroom. 3'< BE
Moo Still or phone ;
lit 1.
(18)I) Automotiv. ALUMINUM IRRIGATION PIPE bath. living A dining room fireRlace -
I Soft Water V Service payment.. Auburndal WO 79BMInlghta Phone CY 1-'817 1723
only 30-33 .Ike new Complete WehMerWaterMuster lance Fla Room, terr.no .
21. \.tern for 10 acre.. modern kitchen with built :: the tint to ase ShIa E
t. Phone 293-2580 BPFEDOMLTER!: Tachometer 4" Main 1'. 8Hnkler| llnca. Tall FOR RENT on DUPLEX APART. In oven A range dlnhw.eher L :: new lletlng and you will be samaied
Comi,let* eervlce and new cable CY 8-7437 after. 7 00 p.m. lt-2t MENTS. Furnliihert or Unlimlehed. 27-TI- car curport A l urge utllltv Deep Located on a email S
I'hooiCY' 3-73US.: : well. 30 acre of the mil ha* been
Slot
Bervtt. 1U oth at IW ---- -- maintenance free
practically
J ,
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.1tIBJ CY "-4211I. 1TF ((8-A) Business Property TRY DIADAX TAR1.ETS formerly teeted a* Fort Mead lOll and and walkIng diitanc In stown
only
Ideal for cltni All thl for
iv. A Diet. New n.me. fame f'rmnla.
Only 9SC. Taylor Pn .. 690 Av. E:. 8E: S bedroomi 1 140000 Owner wlehee to trade :: hopping. and all 3Mutheant
bath. Florida' rm 1125 TOWNS horn In Winter H.veu or will = schools thl horn
( ) Loans Up To $600 .41 FOINTUr Oatallna J-rtr Hardtop WAREIIOtISE/BTORA.M.' BrAcEs Luke Alfred 2022FIXXR COUNTRY REAl. ESTATFtY .for ell Hi >"1'''. of land without horn baa Juet about everything s
AT.. RAH T8. I'B. w.w. . Unit. II 32 HOW month 1521LAKEFRONT
8amplea. Si,fan. rhalra ta 1-1 UI. for 113.Mm First t 1m. ver often*; for true Florida Living!r"nu'll =
Llk *.*>. Low mlleag J93-: :'ni.1 11 M. SUM mnn:1a. Winter, Ho.V's =
*
Jut
1733 Boat Shores*. 4.nd Birr"I. NW. hire. Ump. etc. II no t up. Be. u* today It e..t Ilk. the formal entry
17-Vrb. 16 T..rm.. Warehnuit Furnitur 8.'le.. apartment olin! fur- to the carpeted living room s
Home Owned ll1fil VOLKRWArFN whit. detune, EYdJn2. 62 81" 81. KW 13-19 n'.h.d' "nil. Water' fuml.h.eL Allplrclrir I Beasley Realty Co. attractively enhanced by a S
-- C.IICY brick fireplace complete
radio fully I aqulpped 31500 lam kltch.n. TV aotenna
r Open until 1 P M. on 8aturd v* 4t : N.E. 30-23 ONE: STORK LEFT WITH PUIICtlA8E nl Eltin LUlt. 1-17&1. 19-21 114 6th St., NW. with wood itong cabinet, s
and T:no P.M. on Friday .....ni Ltt In New Lak Region Hoi el Bulld- rent FInIng l..1 Siosmoonerfor Tb,. bedroom. one I.pan. .
on furniture. ...... real ....1.. ng' Inc Fully air conditioned beaultfillv only 11 00 nor day. John Bo'.n"lIard..ro. 1 I! ROOM duplei at 74S Lake Jeul I CY J27J7 CY 12(7S .II." and *n"ta Itnelf
.Iu.- anything of value. JIM BE1-AIR fhevrolet' ronvertlbl. lighted Ideal for real e.tatuuuranc ., .22 )rlv.. Available February lit two full lila bath*. Florida sroom.
role. bulne* -- ------
Auto tranemliwlon. power brake orinyse Adult Reference. No pet. Con- 21231EAVTIFT'L 5porch
.
IS 34 patio
Domestic Loan and .....rl.... radio heater, good requiring a 4 foot double dourma MOTOR SfOOTERS Only 1 act owner at 742 scream I tree! with g brick ecreen bar-b-q =
II..... motor excellent. Bodv In nd r.ntr.no a. Call CY 3-MlS: Up In IIM mllei per ,linn saDRASTICAIIY 21:TF
"I rr. 'on.COR. 11-22 RFniCED Term VII:" FROM THIS
130000 Thon CY 3107211.Id
A SKI N.Y.. cr I-SII hap : ranned FIRESTONE STORf:8 and I LAKEFRONT HOME MY {
41. NFWIY RFMOPFLED 41 h 8t and Are A. BW 21-23 TWO:room ft apartmenta THREK-Bedroom. Fumuhed and Overlooking Lake Elbert ..B.oIm. -

STORE: RUILPINII unfurnuhed. Phon CY H 42..n. ,..., >. 3-batb. dn"" .. ....I'JN'air big, lurprla. II the 40 s tt
WantedAttention Jerry Pickard's Dr. larkin's 40 I 100' Floor Siac Will leansao .. .................... nUN conditioner itov. lawn Irrigation, foot patio and K x 32 ...Im- S
((2)) Help In or divide. In Downloan WI. boat lift and ......11. All Included. for ming pool S

ter Harm 1-MM.-- W 4ih, 8tml 2137 NW.: i PRINTING LEXICONNO. i CHAIN of LAKES duplex. only I23SOOOO. Call CY 4-174 or
CY
Call
Special January Special Accommodate 1 to 4 penon drive out tn 2M F Luke Elbert GUEST I In4
and deal with the owner
Housewives! Swimming. fehlnr. boating, Week Drlv*

RENAULT 4 door aedan Fordomttie Business OpportunityFOR "y and monthly rate Reanonabl 212 wner? alike wilt enjoy S
3 Speed ((9)) i S: MAKEREADY i Apply llerra Court Motel CY
=
Get those ChrktmM bills off Radio heater, a real economy -TF the air conditioning. wall ta
carLOOK. Repaired and guaranteed with 4-2N04. 2MI AVENUE: S, NW wall < arptlg drapes s
A few
your mind. opening labor I.EA'morlr.: ... Oil *... toA.chur..r! 'luttmtnti ..04I! A v ILL A OK Of GARDEN: throughout. dlihwaiher =
available in neighborhood territorlM vlre Station nowri.rn d.'Ing mod V nodfica6s &lao.1 I, a i APARTMrNTS PART1CU- I..arg 3-torr homa loratevl on Sni rang. refrigerator and dl**
,1 We train you to ihow $295 wlnee. For lull drt* In ,'rniKctMr .AR rKc'rl.E I. ro.R. b.droomBOWFN near all erhool. 4 BR formal poeal Included with this offs
A UNIT William. MU 3-411& LakrlandFla V type form whe* It I. ,.1.* /I MOTOR LODGE Hwy. 17North. I dining room. Ian. Silo klichenremmic ering Thin listing ihewn SMrtctly
AVON Cosmetics For Inter. $50 ..22 : 22-Jan. 22 Silo In 4 room, broken tile by ippolntment. eoglv
5 the preu t. *... that it 2rinll
.
-- A foyer 1
I. Fla room flreolare
View m* a call and let's takea s
,: PlnckneyOldsmobile"- I'ORLRASPI Drlv In Rnlaurant,.,fit Mlyn r..rly. /Iif I. A It E ,. RON T FURI'II8HF.D 2. air conditioner.....well. A Irrlrallonvvtem look. Ob, ?'*. price U a
Polk Counties Transmls- Good location gend APARTMENT Uttlitiee. re._. I car with offlc or
Write; P. O. Bolt 1395or Sec I .lipped. For mom Informal "hI. weekly ten. MILl.IESSOTEIO maid. uirtere. Priced at 113.000.Aa : |
.los Specialist t call 4 3-W41 llalne City. 14-22 i ; U $. IT 16Oct11. 30-24 additional 3 lot* available $31.10Call PAIL SWIPE
Call 682-4137 --'-- -- --
Used Car Lot EAGLE LAKE ACROSS FROM FOR 8AIF Body hop, F."I" ID- NEW WARM LAKESIDE APART. >"". CY tM3TOWMICOUNTRY =
Lakeland meet With lea*. Phone Auh idai i 1 MEVTS. Ideal for tourln Corner ; EDNA WATSON
Corner of 3rd st. at the POST OFFICE WO71133.: ant i ; l.ake Howard Drive ro AT*.

1I.ZlEARN' I E /I D. SW View of two lake Sunderklenn REALTOR
water tower Phone CY 3-5763 MOTEL II unit. I fear old. ; L. Swlneford." 1121n'1tNIIIHF.D ; |
room nsom down Boot Lo.catloa 2 in 6th SL, NW CT 4-414I _

Phone CY 3-7147 la Winter H..*.. CY HUT. "
11500 In f bourn. Call! FR -21 ISIIIiw" 1TF 2 on UNFURNI8HFDFFFIdFNCIES !: .21.: 71ML1i11tiIR) EJiJW!
"1493. MM W /II and 1H BED lilS1! )u. !
Cl 3-1 141' :
I ::
F Good him.package 111 .vs..e..w Jt4JJf ROOMS. NIC Ian airy room -
Moor not) for
tt
CHEVROLET WANTED Will
: pay
M OLDS 5250 00 4-door, hardtop Portal LOW DOWf
Old FAYvrNT
ronrenteatlv located tfl IMOO 51111111111111111111111111111111111111111;;
flood .econd car fl'BOO I lItb.rWrile
WHITE' ".lIr... wanted Immedl aitomaile I..n-ml..loa. pow- rubber ContlI.i1cr I .... ... CX I-ast er CY month a-ftedrooin UM C......
**l. "sit' collect Barlow M3t after l Ji vs AM"! .1 Mwt-U I. .. ... B'JlI rtinf. Call I ,
and..1.1I.eomnga... Mr ttava Burn Uotii mumbo l..TIIIIL. If .leering, FB. RAH. FR I-l 1511.w 'W pro. ;1->! 11-a: H1J7. W I wood Drive, 14W. ai->> uut


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Stealer 413 Moonshine v f-IHOSE&G S.r 7A06EL/T7LE (-YM AS PQMUWT7CAS ACAVXi&JKTOHIfT

Sign T' A'KMd57th MELTXJG THC 1 K/V SHOULDN'T f

I Classified Advertising Stills Axed dLA 1E5HLARTiL14IiCARDO It HAVE A MCC TIME f-)
w DfA4110A1T:'P. SAY Yti I'M
TALLAHASSEE UPI)) The .., A1F1T7MG 7> 4,4TREDNTIEAD'S ,
;
Becomes ExpertRED axe was taken to 413 moonshine r'- :

i I plants last year, a savings in

RtaJ Estate For Sale Groves | tax money of $40,000. State
((13)) ((13.A) WOOD CITY, Calif. Beverage Director Richard Ke .

(UPI)-- San Mateo County ju. ting said Monday.In I

Acre Ranch Penile authorities have thwarted I the same 12-montn period,
WOW 1,000
-ce the efforts of a 17-year-old 815 persons were arrested for

B Approx. 250 acres Improved. high school student who was I traffic in Illegal\ "hllkeI /.
1 AREMEMBER
I What A I
Buy
Planted to pangcla and Pens attempting to become a self- I -- -

cola Bahia grass. The entire mid expert on "signs of the

Drastically Reduced .. 1,000 acres is fenced and has times." Doctors Sew

well on property. Located in Sheriff's deputies, who went
$2,000 Spaclou 3 bedroom, Z Polk County. Down payment to the youth's home to checka

tile bath home in SE section $37,500, balance payable 10 yre. report that be bad stolen a -

Walking distance to stores ok i at 5%. stop sign from a busy intersec On Man's Ear .: = WHEN HERO

school Fla. room, attractive tion, said they found several 2 010 IT t3Q! TAKE A ROOMAAATk IN RECOROj/

kitchen with loti of cabinets 90 Acre Citrus hundred other signs-Including 2 LEA BREA IMILITARY SCHOOL Pit 't ..AT3 TMAT1

Air conditioned, fenced bacl those of real estate firms HAYWARD, Calif. UPI TQ0005E r 3I_ y THAT, MS SOT A TOLD SNN ER LMRD 5 w
yard irrigation '4S When Robert Mallicoat, 23, was tY F ,1 STp K ON Nit HERO Oa A LECO
system. Grove lunch rooms, and banks. U1.Ef!! T RECORD RECORD IN r .
block off of chain of lakes. Only taken to a hospital following an a

$17,300. Good terms. Owner All mature Has .000 orange auto accident Monday, doctors

leaving for North. Wants immediate trees and 1,300 gft. trees. Early Code Of Ethics noticed that the young man', .

sale Let me show you and grapefruit has been bar- left ear was missing.

this today before you buy any vested, but owner statea valen- For Teachers A police officer hurried back

thing. claa crop Is included In sale to the scene of the trash,

and is valued at $80,000. This TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The picked the ear off the pave.

Beasley Realty Co. grove has necessary Irrigation newly elected chairman of the ment, and rushed it to the hos-

134 .th St., NW pipe and 12" well. Also has Florida Professional Practices pital. The doctors sewed It bacon

CY 3-2757 or CY J-267 necessary firing equipment (no Commission said Monday a and reported that both Mallcoat .

cold damage). This a prime standard code of ethics for and his ear were doing

grove. located on the ridge near teachers is the group's first fine

DOTPLEX APARTMENTS Winter Haven. goal :
unfurnished. 'Lke
Furnl.hod or Dr, Phil Constans Jr. '
IIhl" H.lehts area l'hono C'87Jan Titus. !! OH
OFCOURSeI
1-7A16.: 21 Price 500000. Down Payment vllle said the code would be YUuRLN11RE RTAYAWAYaIUI
[ Poker Player DID, CORA 04HLINO! to .w NINH sTAF ANAI'fROM
$375,000 less fruit crop. Balance drawn by the end of this year NOttvovDIDNTf SOMEONE MAO MEN YOU KILlEO MF/ I 1

BY OWNER Northern couple payable in 7 years at 5%. and those in the public schools Cli I TO. i fNO 7HIM, BilllWOULPMT
their (urnnh.dbdroom 'w D
coil
must coiv
*- till bath electric kitchen I. BROS. "are expected to abide by It." t,T
large acr..n il porch, lain VARNER The 1963 Legislature set up Loses StatusNEW 1
lot 104 Ridge Ava. .8500.00. rhone the commission i 1 1r
2S3-M88.: 1B-M: REALTORS to police the

213 Ave A, N.W. 294-411lt2 teaching profession.

JUST completed 7 room ORLEANS (UPI-Th
bout plu. i completely, blOCk.. Louisiana Supreme Court ruled
baiha kitchen, Near Plant
Explosion that
Monday restaurant
msoai
Brick and Lake Mlllnlta.,
well, attic fan space heater living ((14-A) Lots & Acreage er Vito Cefalu lost his status asa
room 1330: iq. (t., lot W\ X 827. Injures WorkersMILTON when be stopped 1
112.500. CY 1-3601. 11-31 messenger / t' I '' Y 11
t FLA4N
ACREAGE off for a dice game.

(UPI) Several I The court ruled American Insurance .
WELCOME TO
1 I3.JOO 110. 4 arr.. workers were injured anti two Co., did not have I Ipay to
83180. *: ) acres can b* divided hospitalized with minor
.njurlee the $2,500 Cefalu said be
FriendlyWest 21%; down balance 125 pee
month Monday night!: after an excision lost from his coat during thgame. .

Howard Estates VARNER REALTY at the Escambia Chemical CAp. .
fertilizer plant near hers He was taking the money to X PONT MIND YOU MAKING ru.WkB rr MO srvi WONT 'WfLL.VOU'Bi MV WITNESS
Just 4 minutes from downtown 14 6U St., NW CY 3.8454 The iherlff'i office nd the a bank for restaurant owner OUT CHICki A< LONG AC YOU YOU A CHECK FOR FATHER THAT HE SAID HR OCIWT
I UoTr MA4OIs,MV Ct4ECK BOOK TELL ME ASOUT TIIEM .3,000- FLIP f MIND Al LON4 At t TILL MIME
Winter I Haven Bus to all blast was in a new wing ol Anthony Sansone, who brought IALANCI SICAUStOf
'
schools. New 2-3 & 4 Bedroom CHOICE RESIDENTIAL: LOT on plant. Plant officials said the suit.Rep. .x THAT CMCX FOR *9.96
homes ready for immediate oc Cypresi Uardena Road. Owner that the explosion was in th'l I YOU MAp OUT ANP OlONT / + t /' i
will flnanc. Call :2 4-:SM.T
e
cupancy. "minor production area." I i TfU MS ABOUT- R .

cause of the blast was not Faircloth
Will rent with option to buy. '
29 'Lots For Sale Immediately known
Your first three months rent, To Enter Race

will make your down psyment Drive out to West Howard

Estates today Only 2 block Legal Advertising TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Slat
to this beautiful area
Drive out
Rep. Earl Faircloth la expected
West of Lake Howard on Cen
I today West Central at Lake
tral. Select the lot of your to announce he is a candidate
Deer Drive See Allen Dowdat Kellr Ta Creditors for the state
attorny e.neral'lIIrrlce
choice start your home lat- IN THE UlATIT TIKiE'S Z
I Tract Office. er. Allen Dowd will be thereto tumr ix AND run YOLK at a news conferenc here

JOHN G. WOOD &: ASSOC.Developft' I assist you.JOHN IN RE ('OLYVTY KSTATK.; KLOHIUA OF Thursday. I tlITiii11ui
KAYN Faircloth said last week he
Builder H. UAST.
-
G. WOOD also known a. Krin M. Cut. would make an announcement

|295-2517 Ditei 294-240 Deceased and that the possibilities of his i/ ,I' DID ANYONE THAT WAS

21.22 & ASSOC., Inc. To' All Claim Creditor or Demand.and Frraona Against HawIng running for the Cabinet were .___Y-Oeun t0 DUY it I A I AN AWFULLY Bid KICK

Builders Said KitalaiYou : I food. Newly appointed attorney WHAT A ROTTEN DAY YOU? /._- FOR SUCH A LITTLE
Developers and each of you ere hfre. general James W. Kynes Jr.. MY WIFE MADE MS JOKE
293-2517 Nltes 294-240 by notified to file In duplicate all 1355 SPEND ALL MORNING
not announced his candidacyyet
TWO LOTS ON LAKE AR1ANA 21-23 claims and demand which you IN AN ANTIQUE (' A
S3V i XX)' each. One hit ,irin have against the Mlate of KrynM. but Is expected to run. 137 SHOP J '
apartment OM hn two storyboat CHOICE LAKEFRONT LOT nor Cant, d .and. In the ofllte Kynes said In a speech .t
hou.t. Phone WO .1520 Au- Cypress Oard.ni 11* onok.. of Richard A. Bronmn, County Ocala Monday he la proud to
kwratfal ll-JI I judge' at his office In the Court
and road by W\ dwp IS.700. B" I
bave been part of GOY, Farris
: own r. Tirma. CY Hi17: .vonlnl House at Bartow. Florida, within
19.21 alt calendar month from January Bryant'a administration, and
NEED a three ballroom, toe bath Id 1084. which .. the date of the
laid he would stand behind the
horn clot to irhooli and store
ACREAGE filet 1 publication of hie notice. I
Florida mom built-in stow lowdown idmlnlatraUon's record.
Each claim or demand must ban
payment LEON REAL a 1/10 Acres land ft *. 130 writing, must state the plicaf I
ESTATE Ml AVI. C, BE.!: CY 31.7or
re.ldenc and address
11-21 It. lakefront on Lak. Purer LandIn pout office HONEYMOON HOLDUP
CY M4M. raw but hit xnlltnt develop- of the claimant muni
mint potential.. Priced right worn to and mu.t b. filed b.1 BOLZANO Italy (UPI-Po)
IT YOU'RE DESPERATETO aforesaid or ell earn will ice arrested 20-yesrold LulgCassinal
lEE come void Monday on chargesof
THE FLORIDA NATIONAL
MAKE A SALE JAMES H. CROSS, Realtor BANK AT I. KEIjk.ND.By. holding up a bank In Denore
LAWRENCE B. LOWE. four' days ago and escapingwith
TRY CLASSIFIED Office 231 art I\. IW. CY 4-2444 18-21 Vic Pros. av Trust Officer several! hundred dollars. MOW SITS /MAO/IZre 7AW,0. 00500 7WIKr lSMT 700170, h-1AN.VNILE -
Eiecutnr. aKYL/eN7J 510 EMI CAM A'i7 01st, 0}AN OJYAUeS
THEY NEVER FAIL BOBBY A. WEBB, Caislnarl told police he held + ? ,...- 7D N'OPt', IM/Y LIONAVE .MAD4I
Thinks PO. Box 1377 up the bank because he had J/ ; 70IYU1 7L4en4f AKMO
Card Of
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((19)
PHONE CY S-Z191 ) Winter Haven. Fla. run out of money on his honeymoon ,
Attorney At Lawan.
14 21. 3S. F.b. 4. 19C4 .
WE with to thank the Rev x t ;

Real Douglas> Jensen RD. Hodges )
B and our many friends for their! ARTICLES FOR SALE Crl 1 '

Convenient kindness and condolences in the

death of our loved one.

3 Apartments Darling; We will miss you ss

the months and years go by:
Walk to stores &: school and pray that some day we will rtMOtas

SE section Air conditioned meet you in that home beyondthe 1.11 '' b=>aM0W
two are completely furnished. skies.

Large apartment unfurnished.

Fireplace, hardwood floors, 2 THE FAMILY OF CLASSIFIED -
car large patio in rear. HOWARD PIERCE PO WS DO we DON'T IT WHAT DO WS WE'LL TAD MObl T+ta 44 SNlr IC
garage 21.22 A T DSTTINO WOULO' S-5 CRAZY 00 TNC N-.t fj6HW0 ANO 9ei CMANSIN6 COUfsese.
Ideal to live in large apartment TVIEQE! TMSVVS MADE
READER 'NCtlf N14Y61.N ATTSMOf .lUl7 yVAITr WHAT NAhVPN LOOKe LIKaT li
income from other two CONTACT I TMi JMAUUO OGG THAT TNi/u0s/ uCN A THiNQe NMIN WNlAR 6EGINNwe TO fLaL
Approx. $110 per mo. Good con ONTO, 1'+oPPY I 1 'iI te PLAN T ANNY fRO4q He/
Legal l Advertising THft l iGi CARR ER j PANIxAI
dition. An excellent buy. Only ? i
13500. Terms If desired. A tf
I IN TUB: POINTY it IM.KBcoiKr

Beasley Realty Co. WlI'oTt.I1AIHIUAIN in AND run rout

114 6th St., NW CY 3-2757 RE:N.: ESTATE J'JU..W: BAXTER

.g. Deceased. ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS I
T' AH Creditors and terse Hay.ni
Claim. or Demand Against
REPOSSESSED: : HOMES Low said Etlata h.reby < FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD .
Modern CB. I You. ana each of you. are
monthly yaymenta. notified to tile In duplicate ailCI"Im. a a e 0
2 t S bedroom coimtrurtlon. contact und demand which you
CY 4-M21 or 23-3178: FIRST hens aialnrt the .tat. of N. Notices For This Department
MORTGAGE l; CORP. OK TLORIDA. ,rank Bast.r, deceased. In the of-
41. lie.! of Richard A Hronaon. County
Judge, at offwa In the CourtHouse
: at Art Florida, within Limited To _
as calendar mon.h. from December _

ConvenienceAnd Ih. tint 31.: 183.publication: ." di---of the this date notice.ol I. Items fW Ml. a* swap ta the I. N. ....... N. c..,... _100R,StourL1lA! 700 MAY NAVE truK SNCI YOU'RE f0 DNNAr/V TNI UR, GIs

uich claim or demand must !be olIdtnc. In I ...... ./ SZS If .lest e All c..... nvtii6U Ants. suiiNttf nouM, SIJTUNfll Mix[, HATRKI,1 TNiNt WI VETO i-"t WANT ,
writing. munt state the place I'* YOU'ltt TNCaKR4T0111Natl(1TMa URANO MYj SNOUtDEND ANOINIR J05' 1
Pride "' and poet office address 1. II Ware" Unit 1 (haw re VETO: YOU KAVINT TARN a j wt' n DR01'tM ,.. y4NKly, W A IfUllTIMD YOU lb UN
01 the claimant. must be sworn. toand 4. AaV seas a*. kraaaht ). .. TMIU PHOTO ANO KluwtlJI Of/ ON in IUNCM MOOR or THI saxim DRIVL MI TO A
mutt b. filed a. afomaid. or Leah M OVCR 1a TNI AD AtINGY: IU- AND TMAI'a MCITIN b l i
You'll be proud to say "thisIs elM same will Become NationalBank void lualft04 .,.". .... ta.ifr.e er ON TI+I iut! Pnt I'u 20 I .
The Cxchan.e ....,. / ;el.q1
horn* additionto 3. teal ,.tl.. mew the
my I of Winter Haven
prestige 'nJnp of By W. n Freeman. Vlra' ,n.. *f effrif .M M... ... If mailed !I. wiob IHIY..... rr
the Pr.ild.nt a, Trual Officer t phase a>mb.r If ......... If tt >* e.
ownership, new owner I Exerutor: tae >*llw. .h .4."."... 1
will be buying a well Morton J. Hanlnn:4nmmrrlln

planned home within walkIng I :Poet Office A Box Connor 7M .. Ne cwniMrtM ttt will be J, N. .baa. er4. .ra.e e! I

distance to North Winter Haven, .as4. as
Shopping Center and G.t'l Dec SI. 193. .r..rllal4. 21. 18Af !I t. Aaiwlllrail1l <.Yt.MPECD .

churches. Features include N...... Ta Cr.dlUr.IX 4
Florida TBI tOI'NTT JTDOE'i w
2 large bedrooms, COt ST IX AND: FOB rots DCCK HUNTERS You ..in sia
room, covered patio2' CO!'MTV rLOHIDA englleh ., wa. better decoys Light 8al..- ,
beautifully Itl!:. EBTATE: or hers bicycle' at- haadmada. 1IaraalD. CY (
baths, closed garage, IN rell.at condition, palnld., U6UU.Y iw-IwLrIA4.
landscaped lawn FREDi:RICK H. COLEMANDeceased ,
(' 1-1711I. 21 W Lake Howard Or.
II...'., with
with underground Irrigation To All Creditors and Prriona Haw SMITH CORONA porUbl. Needs' DblOwer. $::3.t0.CY 3-UM alt., .
drapes, range!: refrigerator \ng Clalnu or Dtmanda Against ad'''.1 m.nt. |I4 W). CY {-:lWIO. W..- '.00 D IlL
automatic washer. Bald Eatata!: : seta Baptist Church 7
-- You. and each of you arc hereby .JIo I'VE JUST PINISMED ae+a--
and many other appointments notified to file In duplicate all 5 PORTABLE .I..trte beats". [ /
found only in the claim and demand which you -500 I 14 White aMa wall! tires U.\h\ Good condition. 1100 each, I I
have against the mat o( Freder- fair. 57 50. CY 4-JMO. Wahn.ia a1.. 514.
most desirable properties. Irk H. Coleman. deceaiwd. In the Baptist Church.
.
Total price Is only $21.fSO. olfke ol Richard A Bronnn.County la.I
Judge. at hi. office I. the .1.. Beautiful nantnila Biuhof. i fast
Shown only by appoint Court HOUM at Bartow. Florida CI 7".Tf'O boater loill Itch aacaptionallv IIMoa.
within .IK calendar month from Trailer Park, Rt tlni Hw7-
December SI. 1963. which .. the :27 Car'i -.
ment.LEIS dat. at the tint publication of bit USED Jal104 '''''PO u4 wisdo. .
BROS. notx-e. Lich claim or demand muM ... IJI 00. Fa -15Ot. i
b* In writing. mIdi state the place AUTOMATIC fit aah.r. Good
I REALTORS ..t re id.ar. and nest office address -11- enndnwn.
of the claimant must be GO KART I.... ..I. 52500. Phone CY XX.*. fn5 rn-MU'll'1IIo.It.
12M Sixth St., NW swore M and muM be filed a. CY .33M for detAil.
aforesaid .. *IM same will become .. 1
(Opposite North Gate) Y014. -21.BEAUTfrut. .
Walter O. Ben Palm.. I to I ft. II 50 HETLAKD FLOOR POLISHER
24317Eve. Ancillary Admlnlrtratnr te 12 M each Larry 'wit :264Ave and clvanar. Hardly ua.4 Like
Cum .. R KWIn *' CY: S-MJ.
Testaments Ann o prtca. SIT lo. PhotiatovAf
t aiL B+2U2 aimail
Walter O Bell -- ---- --- lea
Attorney fcr tat atUS OEOVI: !' C.n mm n ft.. ftiraitM '
Van Alnr 1Ifr.. Whllat '...1.11.. TV up Low : -- FOR THE SPECIAL
met winter Ifacen. a singe w.ha.ia Ba Ual Church OCCASION. 1 1 00 aach.. Phone.
Dec. 13. 1M3. Jam. t I& 21. 1164 CY r$5O. j I Pnbh7 cy 32I2t.'uesdey .

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Tre WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Tuesday, January 2T T961


: \VINiER HAVEN'S
MidWeekFEATURES


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Not Only Sears Lowest Price Ever 2 OUTSTANDING FEATURES! "IT'S WHAT'S UP FRONT PACE SETTER
But we believe the lowest price '-
T COUnTS"anywhere
for 17-cubic-ft. Freezers
3-DRAWER REINFORCED NYLON PLUS STEEL

of this Fine Quality. BACHELOR CHESTS$2 8' Service Special LICENSE : Cant Easyonandasyoff rust
SAVE SAVE
TOP QUALITY CONSTRUCTION Front-End Check tests a lifetimeS
Value re $67.00 ............ PLATE .lf locking
$
52 $57. GREAT SAVINGS VALUE 31c

On Our Upright Freezer On Our Chest Freezer CORNER DESKS Remove, clan, Inspect B 0 L T S ACE PRICE
and repack wheel beer ITt

Your $ 37 QO TO Reg.MATCH$59.00 $18 o Clean lining end and impact wheel cylinder brake & NUTSChoice 1 9?
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each 995
o Chick and adjust(tearing

Chest or Upright Adjust brakes
Ch.ck..nd adjust front.. NORTHGATE iiui
MATHER and alignment for castar
camber, toa-in and 0
SEARSROEBUCK toe-out NOPTER
Balance front REG. 14.95
tires
HARDWARE
,.I & Co.FURNITURE

CY 3-4107 Of Winter Haven Inc. CHEVROLET CENTER

224 W. Central Ave. CORNER SIXTH STREET AND AVENUE J, N.W. 260 6th St., N.W. CY 3.3143 NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER

001t1t r

GOODYEAR 3SS MIDWEEK SUPER VALUES 100% Continuous Filament
LADIES'

AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER I Nylon Carpet

FLATS .

7-YEAR WEAR GUARANTEE *
Entire Fall Stock Reduced fiG TVscwalPortable, I
./: \
/ = Choice of
Many Colors / I !
and Sizes.; 97 N./s NaLaalkrlee 8 Decorator
$595
these are Shoes from / wli.ni The Lightest Colors!
our REGULAR STOCK, Brightest...Best! =
especially reduced to and ONLYsave

you money. 3.97 w.nnw TWO WASHERS IN ONEk

WITH MINI-WASH SYSTEM!

-.1 ONLY
W.Barrel '' eT 4.4211
er
\

230 W. Central'A::. ,. $} 4995 '1 :J1t r r


Budget Terms ..,;

HO" TOUR CONVENIENT :"i ,:. New WESTINGHOUSE

251 AVE. A, S.W. B.F.GOODRICH CY STORE 3.6325 BIG 13 2 CU. 2-DOOR CONVENIENCEI) },""". Heavy Duty LAUNDRY CENTER
r I. BIQ' CAPACITY! BIG VALUE! '
: Budget Terms ,

_ _ REFRIGERATORFREEZER -. Zero-degree cu.-holds freezer-3.1 up to 108 M,ro6 >j' Low Payments -94j
.a.f.lcecreamcartons.2'pounds.Doorshelffor44 '! ';"'y;f'}' Weekly ....
wire mini-cube rack cover ice trays for easy under .. f
av f e tray Automatic removal defrostingrefrigerator :. fj j
section. [!j 0
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S9888 I ,I .2 e drawers.slide 4'cabinet porcelain-o ut shelves vegetable One "' _______ _

e Butter compartment. All normally ttandwoshables con be washed eutornoticolly =_ "_.:
y., I holds Door storage W Bottom shef In G-E's miniature washbosket which re- 'be._ 0:,,___'_ '
'
c. "
c:'""' -
containers i .ali.'nlttleL moves quickly for big 12-lb.lood. requiring heavierwashing -- -- -
y- action. _ _
No Payments 01 Wash Speeds -3 Wash Cycles-2 Wash WiT PER WEEK
'- As Low As 5375
.
IT IT Temperatures FOR BOTH
S Gives clean,steady picture In all areas 'I Until February! 0 Big 12-Ib. Action
: Completely I portable, compact and lightweight Activator Filter-Flo\ System WIT LE ROY'S APPLIANCE
Out front sound from oval speaker "

0 o Gray Retractable and silver lO-stago cabinet telescopic antenna GOOD/ I E -R SERVICE STORES (@) SALES 138 3rd&St.SERVICE, S.W. @

16"Diogonal measurement 217 Avt. A. N.W. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING CY 3.2195 293-3452

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tom le \ January This week's BIG

n e -l\\ Safety Buy at your .
Ce cy FABRIC
Als GOODYEAR SAFETY CENTER
We Offer Quality Cold Hardy Plants Are You

SPECIAL -
WIAPINft TTPtDOTTLE BRAKECLEARANCE ( LOOKINGFor

BRUSH rnr ......... $3.50 FABRICS INCLUDE: NOW FRONT END t

i BOTTLE CRUSH Cottons ., For

1 GALLON SIH 2' te !' ................ $1.25 Cotton Satins i: $Q95 ; Some Real
Bates Cotton PrintsCone L
1 GALLON SIZE 1' te 4' ................ $3.50 SatiniEitron 1//3 3 ,ANY SCAR _

DOGWOOD I1 le ,' .......................... $7.50 Acetates OFF OLD FASHIONED
R 9.99c $149Yd FIVE CRITICAL SAFETY SERVICES
LIGUSTRUM ....,..............,$1.00 ?, .Check brain,adjust e Repack front Adjust
I VARIETIES' e'Add"r Proper brake'ft :tteAt:front(wiring end*,correct balance ttetnng. BARGAINS?
GRAFTED AVOCADOS.... $3.75 test entire tyitrnt camber,cuter,toe-in front wheel
B Ik'L d PLUS FREE SAFETY CHECK ON You'd find the BIGGEST BARGAINS around
e 10 e tim .
PELTS BROS. NURSERY sey TAKE battery YOUR CAR WHERE a shocks muffler THE a=tailpipe. ARE! town just features.by reading Shop ft the Savt.Winter Gs."G Haven YALUIS'Paae Midweek
99$ SIXTH ST., S.W. CY 4-2588 WITH TREMENDOUS
217 Ave. A. N.W. CY J-219S