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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
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METER MINDERS-Members of the Denison Junior High School Jeybeei Service :i Old
RenamesAll
Club, sponsored by the local Jaycee club, ere putting money In expired parking meters Bank
lit Winter Haven every afternoon this week at pert of the observance of National

t.e Week. Shown doing a good turn ere, from left, faculty, sponsor George Fleck, NyerereRegime
Hugh Plemoni, Jaybee state director; Lenard Hester; Tommy Meek, director; .J'Y-I Officials 1 1N

Smith; end Paul Schopk., president. I

NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI -
I The present slate of directors
/ Johnson were re-elected at the annual Tanganyikan, President the nation Julius
Garden CouncilCalls To Meet stockholders meeting of the Nyerere addressing
by radio after two days of revolt
Lake Region Bank of Commerce and riot, appealed for calm

I Carleton Lucius, president .. i and order Tuesday night but
:
,
,1"
Off Plan announced today denied his 25.month regime was
With OAS Group They are J. W. Gray St., R. ever in danger! of being over
9 I K. Harmon, Robert H. Hart, thrown.
I Norman P. Judd, Lucius, Hart Th dangerous ntuation in
For Interlaken I WASHINGTON (UPI)-Presl. nlan ambassador to the OAS 'McKillop, L. A. Rollins. W, V. : Tanganyika, Kenya'a neighbor

: I dent Johnson is expected to and his nation's chief negotiator Schock, H. B. Snively Jr., and "if .... to the south, was matched by
'fa meet with the Organization oAmerican James W. Sweet. I ,
/iThe Winter Haven Council of' arrived in Washington Tuesday -I annual unrest, tension, and killing in
States' Inter American At its organizationalmeeting of the other new nationsof
many
i Garden Clubs has withdrawn Peace Commission seeking night with a warning that following the stockholders ,. Africa.
its'request to the city for an to mediate the U. S. Panama any new incident along the meeting, the bank boardof .
tense Canal Zone border "may I the Nyerere's three minute
dispute. directors re-appointed '
\ Interlaken Park site for its pro. .
made
bring a repetition of violence speech apparently was
whether the i
It was not clear present officers. I
1 poaed Garden Center, it was which cost lives." from the presidential palace in
Chief Executive would meet ao many I They are McKillop, chairmanof .... .
learned today. Moreno planned to press his Io'..;:..'.. .. Oar-Es-Salaam. He called the
with the OAS group today since the board; Lucius, president; : -. '
,| ftThe city commission had re- much of his schedule was con country's charge of aggression James E. (Ed) ))Stevens, vice '', troop mutiny that broke out
I ii cently approved a trade by cerned with the Washington visit against the United States within president and loan officer; Rob, early Monday and the rioting
.which the council would surrender of Canadian Prime Minister the council of the OAS. Before bin L. Dunson and Hazel M. __ t: that followed it a "national dis-
its deed to a plot at the Lester B. Pearson. the full OAS council can take Walcott, assistant cashiers. N I grace." The speech, which
''','Winter Haven Golf Course for a Miguel 1, Moreno, Panama- any action, however, the peace In his annual report to the j may have been recorded, appeared
X. similar site In Interlaken Park. commission must decide whether stockholders Lucius thanked ) to refer only to- the first
,TiThe city has offered the golf there Is any point to continuing them for their part in the day's fighting and not to a new
.;, ,; course at a Polk Junior College its mediation efforts. growth of the bank and outlined mutiny In the Interior city of
MacCalla Gets WINTER HAVEN NAVAL RESERVE Electronics Diviiion 6.' Inspected by the
) [site.y Moreno said Panama would additional thoughts aa to how was Tabors Tuesday
However, tome opposition continue its efforts to find a solution they could further this growth. I National Navel Reserve Inspection Board et Its regular Monday meeting. Head of the In both cases, African officers
t ,bee: developed among residents I through the peace commission He also gave statistics on the! Inspection teem Cept. J. E. Kearney followed by Inspection board members, Cdr, E, J. and soldiers dismissed their
'fJ,1,jdt<< the Interlaken Park area, New Assistant before taking further highly successful fifth anniversary Strontkl 'end Cdr. C. E. Meson, are shown Inspecting C. J. Spivey./MMI I. Other members British officers, and rioting Joltownd. .
c the Garden Council learned, action, but he repeated his promotion conducted In of the Electronics Unit In the picture arjVT. F. Pipkin, Jr., Stand D. E, RowUt, Th death toll U be.
i i and the group hal notified the i I country's determination not to November celebrating f I Iv.4years MM3. The unit finished th..pectl--w s _h 9r.de. Ueved to be llear.10.
Its _,. WlXj
tltT that it is withdrawing relations .
resume diplomatic with .. -- Hunt
Polk County Solicitor Gordon pt.servtcel. the Water :'- ,. --\ _4-, Secretary general was
proposal for Uut alter I MacCalla announced' today the (Continued On Pale 7, Col. S) I 1 I Haven fret. "" ** "' asked at a news conference

appointment of Monte Campbell ; Tuesday whether he thought African
of Bartow as first assistant Sen. Governor Speaks Here troubles stemmed front
To Get solicitor replacing Wallace Pleases too rapid I process of decolonisation.
Ruby Billion
$97.9
Storey who resigned to enter Budget The secretary general,
the race for the legislature.In who leaves on hit first trip to
announcing the appointment I Here Africa next week, replied:
Mental TestsDALLAS MacCalla said, "Last Economizers Big Spenders To Rotary Tomorrow "The birth of a new nations
year there was a complete like the birth of a child. It
turnover in assistant solicitor State her to go through certain proc-
(UPI-Dipper) Jack personnel and I was left with- WASHINGTON ( I Not all the comments were J. Fsrris Bryant will ewes! and certain troubles, like
Ruby, back in )Jail despite what out any assistants experiencedin dent Johnson's UPu-presl'l laudatory, by any means. Therewa. ... members of Rotary teething troubles, for instance
bis lawyers called a "legal vie criminal prosecution at the $97.9 billion budget some sniping by Republicans palgn for their guests, the But I believe very firmly that
I tory" at his bailbond hearing time of the year when the Investigation morality play, had enough of' and several Democratic Haven the Florida Canners ) with the passage of time, there
Tuesday, will go to court again and trial loads are everything today to please budget watchers noted that the He will be stability everywhere.
at meeting
a noon
I next month. heaviest. many economizers as well as budget assured continued deficit meeting "My feeling Is that many
1_ Criminal Diet Judge Joe B, "Although Mr. Campbell was spenders in Congress spelling. at the Haven countries of Africa are now
I Brown will[ hear argument reluctant, we have persuadedhim Reaction from Capitol Hill, Whether Johnson will be ableto from 2 Mullms, passing through I ph..e-a
I from defense lawyera Feb. 10Ion to act as first assistant solicitor still coming, showed a strong realize the spending and revenue Friends for the day phase similar to that which was
a motion to move Ruby's for a maximum of six trend among fiscal conserve- goals he outlined actuallywon't Governor Bryant will passed through by many Euro-
I trial from Dallas to some other months in order to give our be known vlted to countries In the lath
for
ives to cite proposed spending many pun cenury -
[city in the state sssistants time to gala need- reductions as Justification for months. Congress will not finish by plane just before r Stability is lacking In
"
ft On Feb. 17, Brown will either. ed experience, he continued. them to support a tax cut this appropriating all the funds his address and then many regions It will continue
order the cue moved or Ruby MacCalla went on to say that year. until late summer at best By Winter Cypress Gardens where to lack for some time to com,
I Will go on trial on charges of the large number of cases that time, the lunch Among liberals, there was layover biggest tax cut by I am optimistic the
I murdering with malice Lee makes it absolutely necessaryto : Hotel' "
in history $111 billion is von
uture.
I Harvey Oswald, accused of assassinating solicitor's have some office.experience in the massive Johnson's attack on promise pockets of of a virtually certain to be law. goes on to Tampa Here was the situation lather

l President Kennedy, "We feel most grateful in chaining poverty and his endorsement of Chairman A. Willis Robertson morrow, afternoon to appear troubled African nations*
1 Ruby's bond hesring ended Mr. Campbell's assistance almost all of the late President D-Va., of the Senate BankIng reduced sward dinner where Zsnilbsr The island II.UOqoff
f abruptly Tuesday when Brown for even a short period of John F. Kennedy's urban spending Committee, a hard man give the principal Tanganyika's coast, where a
[ ordered the Dallas stripteaseclub time," MacCalla said. progrsms. (Continued on Page 7, Col. 3) large Is expected that his leftist revolt overthrew the Brit.
[ operator to undergo inten --- Winter Haven will be a
ish-backed sultan nine days ago,
I thre mental examinations to the citrus Industry BRYANT Tuesday outlawed English as the
I When Brown Issued the order, what has transpired -
[the defense withdrew its request term in office relative official with Swshlll language the and main replacedit Ian,.
[ for baD Book On Pres. Kennedy's Death '. leading Industry. I urge of Africa.

iJ. D. Tonahin of Jasper,, guests of the club Reports "Field Marshal" John OkeHo,
I Tex., an associate of chief de. State Representative
fern lawyer Melvin Belli, The Winter Haven 1O .. County .. who led the rebel troop, 're
turned to Zanzibar from
[hailed Brown's decision ss a Jews.Chief takes pride in k : McCutcheon and L. Home I stay
In Tanganyika which coincidedwith
I milestone in Texts JurlspruIdence. touncing that a 'I >,jt.r... and Mayor
I I the rebellion there. Armed
Asked if he considered book on the death of : 'j,,' ,
I the ruling a victory, he replied, Kennedy is available to copy."i:7 I check from streets rebel soldiers of Zanzibar patrolled city but the

J-hell )'el." rs. { ) for con business was back to normal
The defense contended The book was published ; School : new Friermn- and schools opened.
[throughout the hearing that United Press International : l\\r ; Post memorial I Guinea Communist Chinese
I Ruby was insane when he American Heritage Co. The H "with deep Premier Chou En-Lai arrived
I slipped into the basement of ie is "Four Days The at the post's
I the Dallas city jail Nov. 24 and oncal Record ot the Death Jan. 3)r Tuesday night. (Continued On Page 1 CoL 2)
shot Oswald while police, newsmen President Kennedy" : 3)f had broken
and a national television The hard-cover volume afternoon for
audience watched. tabs 144 pages, and is in \ Winter Haven costing $123 I Vision Seminar
!
Psychiatrists for the defense familiar quality format ., will Its second to be built
had testified that the short American Heritage" \ ( next open Monday, Jan. Silver Drive.I I
baldish Ruby suffers a form of me. It has 130 photographs, be completed In I'I
will have
epilepsy that damaged his or[ which are in color. general under the Scheduled HereThe
tonight at 7 in the
is definite Construction
brain so strong emotions can It a detailed 1. ,: School cafetorlum, Lee !
set off a mental "blackout"the count of the event in bidder. B. T.
principal,
condition his lawyers claim Tex., and Washington architect "Me- first seminar Oil 'lfevel-
he was in when he killed Oswsld. beginning on Nov 22 I classes are to In the new opmental vision to be scheduled
Kennedy arrived in the open at $125 !
i hi the southeastern United
who has been out of
city and ending on Nov be inscribed with
Brown named I panel of 3)l : school at least one I States will be held in Winter
when he was buried in or persons to
doctors to examine Ruby
three ton National Cemetery.The M' and is st least 18 Other contri haven next Sunday, Mondayand
(Continued on Page 7, CoL 1) text was selected \ : being solicited.. I Tuesday, it was announced<

more than 750,000 words of adult school offers re H. R. Summer- today
patches transmitted by the high school courses at the session at Dr. Esther Ingram, Winter
Fruit Shipments to this newspaper during to an adult diploma. voted to bar Haven optometrist who U a
member of the planning com
our-day period. The I courses ss ( Page 7, Col. 7))
'
Daily cartoadings fin boxes) are among the 3,000 made French and con I mlttee, said the seminar will
from the Fruit end Vegetable UPI cameramen assigned S Spanish are offered be conducted by Dr. G N
Inspection Division; the story 1 .credit schedule. Frost : Getman of Luverne, Minn.,
By rail, 12,300 grapefruit, 1.. This handsome gas by 11 classes are scheduled one of the nation's foremost
tn oranges, 1,505 temples, 2,411 book carries a color photo ; ; semester with a I (UPI-The mor- authorities on vision and child
tangelos: by truck, 3S90 grapefruit resident Kennedy on the fee of $2 for each bulletin from development.
21.926 oranges 689 tangerines er. It shows the President : ; in which the student Bureau: Dr. Ingram noted that op
15,707 temples, 1.734 tangelo. big through the streets of f. .' ; The students peninsular Flo tometrists from Georgia, Mississippi
., II banyans; total 75,690 las minutes before he was purchase their own and Thursday: and 20 different Florida
grapefruit 23,902 oranges, 689 I I The back cover carries a The classes are and mild. cities will attend the three-day
tangerines 17,212 temples 4,147 production of the ). through Thursday session at the Haven Hotel.
tangelos, 81 banyans for a shipping seal.The 7 to 9 pm. from the SO's According to Dr. Ingram, developmental
total of 121,721 boxes. first 121 pages [ classes being offered to the SO'. vision 1s more concerned
Cannery receipts, 54,802 grapefruit a day-by-day account of the a -The United Press Intenation.l- semester, which .. with functions of vision -
242,229 oranges, 1,100 tangerines ssssmstion and funeralA .. lC.nn.dy--I.News-Chief .' May 28, are: outlook: than in defects of the eyes.
for a cannery total of 16-page appendix, Winter Haven Daily III. and IV typing danger through "With an understanding of

:305,131 boxes. (Continued On Page 1 CoL Heritage Magazine, Is $2 per on Page 7, Col. (Continued on Page 7, CoL S)

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METER MINDERS-Members of the D.nison Junior High School Jaybees S.rvic. I I 25-Month Old

Club, sponsored by the local Jeycee club, ere putting mon.y In .xpir.d perking( meters Bank RenamesAll 6*
I In Winter Haven every efternoon this week ei pert of the observance of National Jay '

( c.. W..k. Shown doing good turn ere, from left, faculty sponsor George Flack, Jr.; Lk" Nyerere RegimeNAIROBI
Hugh Plemons, Jevbee state dir.ctor; Lenerd Hetter; Tommy Meek, director; Reggie OfficialsThe ;

w l' Smith; end Paul Schopk., president.

Kenya (LTD -
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slate of directors

Garden Council Johnson To Meet were stockholders elected present meeting at the of annual the I, Nyerere Tanganyikan, addressing President the nation Julius

by radio after two days of revolt
Lake Bank of Commerce
Region -I
and riot, appealed for calm
Carleton Lucius, president and order Tuesday night but

Calls Off Plan announced today. I denied his 25.month regime was
With OAS Group They are J. W. Gray Sr., R. ever In danger of being over

K. Harmon, Robert H. Hart,I I thrown.
Norman P. Judd, Lucius, Hart,
z
The dangerous situation in
For Interlaken WASHINGTON (UPI-Presl nlan ambassador to the OAS McKUlop, L. A. Rollins, W V. Tanganyika Kenya's neighbor

I dent Johnson is expected to and his nation's chief negotiator Schock, H. B. Snively Jr., and to the south, was matched by

meet with the Organization of arrived In Washington Tuesday James W. Sweet. unrest, tension, and killing In
The Winter Haven Council of American States' Inter American At Its annual organizationalmeeting !I
Garden Club. has withdraw night with a warning that many of the other new nations
I Peace Commission seekingto following the stock
Its request to the city for aD mediate the U. S. Panama any new incident along the holders meeting, the bank boardof of Africa.
tense Canal Zone border "may Nyerere three minute
dispute. directors re-appointed the
Interlaken Park site for its proposed
It was not clear whether the bring a repetition of violence present officers. speech apparently was made
Garden Center, it was Chief Executive would meet which cost so many lives. They are McKlUop, chairmanof from the presidential palace In

learned today. with the OAS group today since Moreno planned to press his the board: Lucius, president; Dar-Es-Salaam. II* called the
f The city commission had recently much of his schedule was concerned country's charge of aggression James E. (Ed) ))Stevens, vice J troop mutiny that broke out
approved a trade by with the Washington visit against the United States within president and loan officer: Rob early Monday and the rioting
which the council would aur of Canadian Prime Minister the council of the OAS. Before bie L. Dunson and Hazel M. that followed it a "national dis
render Its deed to a plot at theWinter Lester B. Pearson. the full OAS council can take Walcott, assistant cashiers. : grace." The speech, which
Haven Golf Course for a Miguel J. Moreno, Panama- any action, however, the peace In his annual report to the may have been recorded, appeared
similar site In Interlaken Park.! commission must decide whether i stockholders Lucius thanked to refer only to the first
The city has offered the golf there Is any point to them for their part In the' day's fighting and not to a new
course as a Polk Junior COllege uing its mediation contln'l growth of the bank and outlined mutiny In the Interior city of
lite. MacCalla Gets Moreno IBid Panama would additional thoughts as to how WINTER HAVEN NAVAL RESERVE Electronics Division 6.' wet Inspected by the Tabors Tuesday

However, a o m e opposition continue its efforts to find a solution I they could further this growth National Naval Reserve Inspection Board et Its regular Monday meeting. Head of the In both canes, African officers

bis developed among residents through the peace com He also gave statistics on the inspection team Capt. J. E. Kearney followed by Inspection board members, Cdr E, J. and soldiers dismissed their
of the Interlaken Park learned area,, New AssistantPolk mission before taking further highly successful fifth annlver Strontkt! end Cdr. C. E. Maion, ere shown tntpecting C. J. Spivey MM I. Other members British officers, and rioting fol
the the Garden Council has notified the action but he repeated hiscountry's nary promotion conducted In of the Electronics Unit In the picture ar Yrv F. Pipkin, Jr., stInd: D. E. Rowlei, lowed. The death toll U baUeved -
and
group I determination not to November celebrating five 1 l MM1. The unit hnithed the Ji>ip.ttUn wHh jiflfrh 9red. tab* netr.M,
i iproposal its
city that it is withdrawing _.. : .
resume diplomatic relations with .. .. L .
the -- Secretary General Tbant was
Solicitor Gordon years Whiter .
for \Mite, County pt.tervtcete 'i"??' w .4 ..- r :
I MacCaUa announced today. the (Continued On Page 7. CoL I) Haven jrea. "* "1 I{. 'f.-' eaia fw- y asked at a new conference
appointment of Monte Campbell Tuesday whether be thought African -
of Bartow as first assistant Sen. Mathews Go vernorSpeaks Here troubles stemmed from

Ruby To Get solicitor replacing Wallace $97.9 Billion Pleases too rapid a process of decolonisation. -
Storey who, resigned to enter Budget The secretary general,
the race for the legislature.In who leaves on bit first trip to

announcing the appointment Here Tomorrow, Africa next week, replied:
To TomorrowGovernor
Mental TestsDALLAS MacCalla said, "Last Economizers Big SpendersWASHINGTON Rotary "The birth of a new nation
year there was a completeturnover Is like the birth of a child. It
In assistant solicitor bas to through certain
State Sen. John Mathews of go proc
(UPI-Dapper ,Jack personnel and I was left without (UPI-Presl-) Not all the comments were I Jacksonville will bring his campaign Farris Bryant will esses and certain troubles, like
Ruby, back in jail despite what any assistants experiencedin dent Johnson's newly unveiled laudatory, by any means. There address members of Rotary teething troubles, for Instance
his lawyers called a "legal vie. criminal prosecution at the $197.9 billion budget like a good was some sniping by Republicans for governor Into Winter and their guests, the members But I believe very firmly that

tory" at his bailbond hearing time of the year when the In- morality play, had enough of and several Democratic Haven tomorrow. of the Florida Canners Association 4, w Y with the passage of time, there
Tuesday, will go to court again vestigation and trial loads are everything today to please budget watchers noted that the lie will bold an informal !' a will be stability everywhere."My .
at tomorrow
a noon meeting
next month. heaviest. many economizers as well as budget assured continued deficit meeting at the Haven Hole feeling Is that many
Criminal Dist. Judge Joe B. "Although Mr. Campbell was spenders in Congress. spening. at the Haven hotel countries of Africa are now
from 2 to 4 to meet
Brown will( hear argument reluctant, we have persuadedhim Reaction from Capitol Hill, Whether Johnson will be able pm. George Mullins, program passing through a phase-a
defense lawyers Feb. 10 to act as first assistant solicitor friends and make new acquaintances. -
from still coming, showed a strong to realize the spending and revenue chairman for the day stated phase similar to that which was
a motion to move Ruby'strial for a maximum of six The Is Invited .
on public 1
to other months in order to give our trend among fiscal conservatives goals he outlined actually that Governor Bryant will arrive pissed through by many European -
from Dallas some to cite proposed spending won't be known for many to attend. countries In the lath cen-
the state. assistants time to gain need by plane just before noon,
city in reductions as justification for months. Congress will not fin- Mathews plans to attend the tury, Stability Is lacking In
either ed experience, he continued.
will
On Feb. 17, Brown make his address and then go
them to support a tax cut this Uh appropriating all the funds many regions. It will continue
moved MacCalla went on to ray that Winter Haven Rotary Club
the or Ruby
order case
where he
year. until late summer at best. By to Cypress Gardens to lack for some time to come,
number of .
the
will go on trial on charges Lee of makes large it absolutely necessaryto cases Among liberals, there was Joy that time, the biggest tax cut luncheon at noon at the Haven will be entertained by Dick but I am optimistic about the
with malice
murdering In history $11.1 billion is lintel The Florida Censers Pope. future.
Johnson's of
over promise a
accused of have some experience In the
Oswald, assasslnatlng
Harvey solicitor's office. massive attack on pockets of virtually certain to be law. Association will also meet tomorrow He goes on to Tampa laterIn Here was the situation In
President KennedyRuby's ended "We feel most grateful obtaining poverty and his endorsement of Chairman A. Willis Robert- and Mathews will be introduced the afternoon to appear at a other troubled African nations;
bond hearing eon, D.Va, of the Senate BankIng ports award dinner where he
Mr. Campbell's assist almost all of the late President to members of this Zanilbar: The Island nation
abruptly Tuesday when Brown ance for even a short period of ,John F. Kennedy's urban spending ; Committee, a hard man will give the principal address.It off Tanganyika's coast, where a
ordered the Dallas to stripteaseclub intensive time," MacCalla taid. programs. I (Continued on Page 7, Col. 3)) large citrus Industry group. la expected that his talk !, leftist revolt overthrew the British .
undergo
operator In Winter Haven will be a .backed sultan nine days ago,
mental examinations port to the citrus industry
outlawed
Tuesday English the
When Brown Issued the order, as
to what has transpired
the defense withdrew its re Death AvailableThe lie term In office relative It official with Swahili language the and main replaced language .
Book
quest for ban. On Pres. Kennedy's Florida's leading Industry. I of Africa.
I, D. Tonahin of Jasper, Other guests of the club
"Field Marshal" John Okello
Tex., an associate of chief de. be State Representative ,
fense lawyer Melvin Belli, Winter Haven Daily ,a e- ". ,' Mattes, County who led the rebel troopr, 'returned
hailed Brown's decision as a lews,Chief takes pride )in announcing /. J 1" Kilmer McCutcheon and L. to Zanzibar from a stayIn
milestone In Texas jurispru that a comprehensive : / "; .: .' :: : Duncan and Mayor Rich Tanganyika which coincided
dence. Asked if he consideredthe book on the death of President "I antzler.. with the rebellion there. Armed

ruling a victory, be replied, Kennedy ie available to reader 1' rebel soldiers patrolled the
: : itreets of Zanzibar city but
(
"hell yes
The defense contended The book was published by i< t. (. business was back to normal
I
OUR 1)i Adult School and schools opened.
throughout the bearing that UnIted' Press International and : :,
: Guinea Communist Chinese
Insane when be "'\\f'
Ruby was American Heritage Co. The tiue :: .
Premier Chou En Lai arrived
slipped Into the basement of is "Four Days The His-
the Dallas city jail Nov. 24 and torical Record ot the Death of e. : ([Continued On Page 1 CoL 2)
shot Oswald while police, news I President Kennedy." ,r'1 IL P% J'l. Reopen Jan.

men and a national television The hardcover volume contains -
audience watched. 144 pages. and la In the ''
'* ,
Psychiatrists for the defense familiar quality format of The Winter Haven 1 Vision Seminar
had testified that the short American Heritage" msga- :'i-: r School will open its second
baldish Ruby suffers a form of nine It has 130 photographs, 14 ester next Monday, Jan. I
epilepsy that damaged his of which are In color. and will have a general
brain so strong emotions can I It is a detailed definite account tlun tonight at 7 In the Scheduled HereThe
of the High School cafetorlum, Lee
set off a mental "blackout"the events In Dallas,
condition his lawyers claim Tex., and Washington D.C., .angston, principal, 3)I
first
seminar
beginning on Nov. 22 when today. on developmental -
he was in when he killed Os '
The classes to vision to be sched-
Kennedy arrived in the Texas sre open
wald.Brown named a panel of city and ending on Nov. 25 ,$ ,G ,A.N.A one who has been out of re uled In the southeastern United

three doctors to examine Ruby when he was buried In Arlington ulu school at least one States will be held In Winter
National Cemetery.The ;j ;, ester and is at least II Haven next Sunday, Mondayand
Continued on Page 1, Col. 1) -
(
text was selected from of a,.. Tuesday, it was announced
more than 750,000 words of dis- The adult school offers re today.Dr. .
patches transmitted by the UPIto L't t s 4 War high school courses Esther Ingram, Winter
Fruit Shipments this newspaper during the lag to an adult diploma I Haven optometrist who la a
four-day period. The photos .4. enrichment courses as ) member of the planning committee *
Daily carloadings lID boxes) are among the 3,000 made by sational French and said the seminar will
from the Fruit and Vegetable UPI cameramen assigned tothe bit a aM ae tonal Spanish are offered be conducted by Dr. G. N
I
Inspection Division: story.This \ $ a mm-credit schedule.All Getman of Luverve, Minn,
By rail 12,300 grapefruit, 1.IT .- handsome SH by 11 inch classes are scheduled I one of the nation's foremost
oranges, 1,505 temples, 2,413 book carries a color photo of one semester with a > authorities on vision and child
tangelos; by truck, 63,390 grapefruit resident Kennedy on the cov 'ion fee of $2 for each development
21928 oranges, 689 tangerines er. It shows the President riding ect In which the student Dr. Ingram noted that optometrists
15.707 temples, 1,734 tangelos through the streets of Dal.las r enrolled. The students from Georgia, Mississippi .
II banyans; total 75,690 minutes before be was shot also purchase their own : and 20 different Florida
grapefruit 23902 oranges, 689 : The back cover carries a reproduction books. The classes are cities will attend the three-day
tangerines 17,212 temples, 4,147 I of the presidentialseal. !! Mondays through session at the Haven Hotel

tangelos, II banyans for a chipping I from 7 to t p.m. : According to Dr. Ingram, developmental -
total of 121,721 boxes. The first 128 pages comprisea The classes being offered vision la more con-
Cannery receipts, 54,802 grapefruit day.by-day account of the assassination HISTORY IN THE MAKING-The United Press 'InternetioneUmerlcen Heritage the second semester, which cerned with functions of vision

242.229 oranges ,100 tangerines and funeral.A story ef the assassination of President K.nn.dy-144 pages, 130 photos with 14 in coloris udea May 21, are: : than In defects of the eyes.
for a cannery total of It-page appendix, titled available to readers of the Winter Haven Daily News-Chief starting tedey. The vol. I, II, III, and IV typing "With an understanding of

305,131 boies. (Continued On Page 7 CoL S) ame i. identical in format with American Heritage Magazine, I li $2 per copy. (Continued on Page 7, Col. (Continued on Page T, CoL t)

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0+ > ) These three college cheerleader are entered In the! Mill Cheerleader USA Contort

ToastmastersHold' M MAAtfaC! Are K eft ittl aflT U *ffe being sponsored by the Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce and Cypress Gardens, Odd Assortment
\+ 111* > s7aflllM mmmm where the winner will be chosen later this spring Caught In typical cheerleedlna form Al Auction

*,* ere, from left Flying Virginia Drlikell of Devil's Tower, Wyo., representing Black Hills Goes

isMf I MM State Teachers College In Speerfish, S. D| twisting Brldgette Foreshew of Bethesde, JACKSONVILLE (UPI) -

MeetingIn A d II AMI + iT Md, one of three nominated for Mist Cheerleader USA by the University of Maryland; Uncle Sam put a street
n at>|lt2If l6ClCjl6gr 9 I OO end Jumping Jeanie Carroll of Bloomington, Ind., who Is the No. I Hoosier cheerleader sweeper ST passenger buses items
at Indian. University. and assorted other surplus
on the auction block today.

Kissimmee Frostproof Firm PTA 25 Students Citrus Industry Personnel I LAKE ALFRED Office Th. said Defense 314 types Surplus of items Sales

Brigham WSCS study group win meetin worth $1.( million to the government
The Imperial Polk Toastmas- Will Use 'O.J'Symbol Enroll In the Methodist Educational st the time they were

Annex Tuesday, Jan 28, for the originally bought would go to
ten end State Farm Toastmaa- /
: In 1964Ben Bridge CourseThe To Hear FridayOne second lesson on "The Spiritual the highest bidders in the auction '
ten will sponsor a Joint meeting Hears Talk Crop Reports Classics." at the Robert Meyer Hotel

la Kiislmmee tonight to Hill Griffin Inc. of first technical lesson of

demonstrate the operation of Frostproof will use the Florida the Intermediate bridge course, of the largest audiencesto ment of products, policy and
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the Toastmasten. I Citrus Commission's 0. On sponsored by the Winter Haven crowd into the Florida Clt- legislation
.1. symbol in the marketingof Therapy
Commission auditorium
r u.
Recreation
A Croup of men In Klaslmmeere Griffin has Department, was The prospect of an overflow
orange products held yesterday in the south since the 1962 freeze it expected .
Interested in starting a : informed the commission I room o fthe CivIc for the commission meet turnout has prompted Commission
Mrs Ruth Clssendaner Center Mrs.Helen .
special General Manager HomerE.
club and the area governor, Griffin, president of the firm education Rile, supervisor of the Ing scheduled for 10 '.m.
teacher In
speech Hooks seats for
to reserve i
II said the symbol will when the and
Friday,
Dr. lack Hendrlcki arrangedfor appearon course, reported. report
and ,
retail.sized containers for bearing therapy, was guest recommendation of the business commission members and >ir
Ui. business meeting and frozen concentrated orange speaker last night at the regular Mrs Rile said 25 students consultant firm of Boos members of tie Industry Re- i Cypress GardensPACKAGE I
ipeiktnf eiilon. meeting of Brigham Elementary were on hand for the first lesson search Advisory Committee."From .
juice, according to Homer E. Allen It Hamilton regarding future
Charles Vickers and! Jim Ta- Hooks, commission School PTA. six more than bad registered Commission operations will all indications, a large
turn will be the speakers with maD..er.The .en.ral"" Mrs Clssendaner explainedher the week before. be made number of Industry people planto STORE I aI
Hugh Glenn and Paul Pettlgrewai Frostproof procewingcompany work with the children at The 10-week course Is being The report and recommendations be present to hear this re.
the evaluators and Bob Lan Brigham and of the special conducted by Mn C. W. port which Is expected to have
Intends to use the art to cover the Indus I
tor.eashlre ai the matter evaiua- "0. J." on both the six-ounce class.she conducted the afternoon. Thompson for the and entire there It course a fee. 01flUO try's marketing job baste commission range treat planning bearing of on the the Com long million I I Owner, Malcolm Pep I

and the for Its advertising.
U-ounce strategy
Oscar Smith Imperial Polk Golden Sip and Sun cans Sip brandsof She said equipment for her Registration will be open one merchandising, organization financing ," Hooks ssii "The reportis I I Manager, R. C. Davis
president will preside over the frozen concentrated orange therapy class baa been provided more week Mrs. Rile advised product and market so comprehensive that we
business meeting while Eloy br: the Sertoma Club and In. and persona wishing to register research commercial develop. fully' expect the oral present. j
Griffin.
juice, according to Colonial
Delgado will preside over the vited the members to Inspectthe should do to by calling the Lion by Boot, Allen It Hamilton I Shop 502 Shops
Two weeks Mlms Citrus
,
speaking tesslon Th. grammarian ago furniture books, and othereducational Recreation Department, CY executives to last about three I
Growers Association also adopted 41000 The lessons are held ." Cypress Gardens Road
will be Richard Brimbautfftand facilities with which tours '
the Table Tnpici the symbol, announcing thatpotyethel.ne her students, ranging In grades each Tuesday at 10 a.m. In the Area Death "If time permits, the com

will (M handled by Jack Cowan. of fresh bags for the would marketing from three M six:, work. south room of the Civic Center mission may consider a pro. CY 3-0314
Th ;'To ttniiit.rs will leave oranges Mra. Cljflklaner itld each posed amendment to establish IiI
be itfVped with "O J'VJnlUiU
trom .State Farm VHwr{ grade standardi for refrigerated
Iniurance for juice "The applicant class la tare MRS. NINA fERRAVtT
orange -
lot at I 30 Temple Terrace T.F plus -1 concentrated
parking p m. Real Thing from Florida." fully screened by herself and I orange
the teachers and each one has Mrs. Nina Reta (Parker) Per. lulce This product does not
"Two of the most II
prominent -
Dress InformalFor citrus organizations In Floridanow a problem that can usually be rault 77, of Dundee, died yesterday come under the current standards ,
solved better In a small for either frozen concefr
have committed group Slates morning at the Lowes
like hers College Crated orange juice or 'hot
Shrine Club to using the '0. J' .them.elve.j. She uses many and variedmethods Nursing Home In Plant City after pack concentrated or.neJuice

Dinner Dance lieve we have that every others will follow, In working with different a lengthy Illness ," SPECIALSFor
cases and cited one case A native of Norfolk County, LIQUOR
looks[ said. This program presents Special ProgramFlorida
Dress will! be Informal for the an excellent opportunityfor I' where she helped a child with Ontario Canada, she moved to Youths Jailed

Winter Haven Shrine Club dinner Florida's citrus Industry to vision defects to read by usinga Dundee from Lockport, N. Y.,
dance Friday night at the lay the groundwork for an magnifier College of Temple in 1962 She was a member of Ai Eagle Lake
The meeting was called to Terrace will Thursday Friday Saturday
the fir.tIn
I' present
Lake Region Yacht and Country Identifying mark for Us own the Methodist denomination and
Club. products There la a definite order by the president Mrs an annual series "The Eagle the Rebekahs In Paper TheftTwo 7
need for such a James McKillop and the devotional and the Bear A Study She the widow of Wll
was
programthrough
President elect Jack C. Affl- Only The Finest i It Fine Enough Today.Seagram's
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ton announced that music for which the consumerran : was given by Carroll In Ideas and Ideals of Free. ham Permit who died In youths were In Jail in
the relate commission advertise Teeter, followed by the mln.utes dom," on Friday September 1950 Eagle Lake Ul morning un
would be
dance
the "Showmen" of providedby Port.A. Ing with the Florida citrus prod. read by Jamea Conner, The program will be open to She Is survived by two sisters der $200 bond each on chargesof
Can and Hawaiian Village fameOfficers ucta In the food stores"Funeral secretary. the public, and there will be no Mrs. John Church of Port stealing $1.50 from two paper 7 Crown
Mrs Robert 0 admission charge 1will be
Wagner, pro.g racks which were wrecked.
Dover Ontario and Mrs. Carl
will be
Installed at the
held la Hutchinson
Memorial
ram chairman, expressedthanks Police Chief Gordon Dayton
Jensen of Dundee; and a brother
dInn.rL of the PTA for the work Auditorium at the college situated arrested Homer Goodman 20,
John Parker of Seffner ,
All-shrlners In the area, r. carried on by the Red Cross in North TampaThe Funeral services will be held of Rifle Range Road, and Er. $399 .
gardlcls their affiliation and Cray Ladles at the school program starts at 10:20: lest Reynolds, 17, of Eagle 5TH
their adios will be moat welcome Hulda Class, executive director a.m. with "Ten Trouble Spotsin tomorrow morning at 10 from Lake. and charged them with
MRS. FANNIE. OLIVER
,and are Invited the OttLaugblln Chapel with.
conducted the capping of the World, by Dr. Stephen larceay.
Funeral service for Mrs the Rev. Jim Hamrlck, pastor
Attending
will be Illustrious L. Speronlt. That will be followed
new Gray Ladies, assisted by He said the racks were rippedout
Potentate R. S. (Stu) Lang of Fannie J. Oliver U of 101 Mrs. Laurette Inskeep Mrs. L at 11:20: by Democracy of the First Baptist Church of of concrete from in frontof

Egypt: Temple, Tampa, and First Ave, Eloise, who died B. Anderson Jr., and Mra Har and Dollar Diplomacy" with Dundee, officiating Burial will the post office, carted away
membera of his Divan and Monday night In a Bartow hoi old Carrett Maurice T. Dare as speaker follow at a later date In New. I and broken The total BOURBON
their=a4Ie1 pltal will be held Thursday at After lunch fane Niagara County, N. Y open
a number of past Those ladles who were cappedwere at 1:20 Dr. Rich take was only $1.50, which the
poteilites. and their ladies, ternoon at 1 o'clock in the Crisp Mrs W. G. Adams, MriZ. ard Neal will present "Free Friends may call at the Ott. chief said they gave back when

ClydftA. Cleaaon Junior grand Funeral Home Chapel\ H. Morgan, and Mra Ron Enterprise Success or Failure Liughlin Chapel tonight from b. arrested them .. .. SUPREME
ward)* of the Grand Lodge of The Rev. William Tiffin, pastor 'Cetera Others scheduled to be ." At 2:20 Tom Andersonwill Sto9. Chief Dayton made the arrest -

Florida, and William S. Christian of St Johns Methodist I capped but unable to attend speak on "Freedom and about 12:15 am. He said the
,:;: mmedlate past grand Church will officiate Burial I were Mrs Dan Tedder, Mrs Morality are Indivisible Judge To Speak pair showed him where the 00
mastpr of the Grand Lodge of win follow la Oaklawn Ceme Robert Wolf and Mrs. Rodney At 1:20: all four speakers will racks were taken. $3.75 3 for $11
Fiord* Zander. 'I be panelists on an open forum. At Lake AlfredJudge ; ITH
tery.Friends Each 1 is an expert In this field
Rtfimtlons fan be made may can at the Crisp Mayor Richard Dantzler
by phoning John K. Mitchell at Funeral Home Chapel this evening poke to the group and made a I Dr. Speroms majored in Soviet I Bowden Hunt Polk Remember. e .
293.da. politics and Russian history
from 7 to I. brief appeal for the United He Is a vice president of County Juvenile Judge, will be 6 YEAR OLD STRAIGHT 10URIONANTIQUE

TQtfJTC i; IS THI NIT TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI! Fund The Drive 1964 budget was presented the an extensive University writer of Tampa and news and speaker of the at the Lake February Alfred Junior meetIng .

by Mrs Martin H. Muma analyst, being a member of the High School PTA, according to
and was accepted by the membership. NBC staff Mrs Maurice Patrick president Qer
O oliN 1:45: P.M. Conrtnuoua Shows from 2:00 P.M. newt h0r
Dar la director of administration of the group + '
=:f MONDAY thru FRIDAY Reporting on the Brigham Olin International division The public Is invited An. MtY 3 $1125
Book Fair Mrs. Carroll Teeeter ?r $3.79 for
of Olin Msthleson nouncement of the time will
o 4 II:41 P.M. CentlMWN Skews Iran 1 P.M. SAT w4' SUN. thanked the school librarian Chemical ITH
Corp., operating In more be made later
Mrs. Sara Sinclair and parent- than SO countries with more

+: TODAY. members of the committee, than 6000 employes of which Over two million 1964 guIdebooks
= Mrs James Blackwood Mrs lese than one per cent are of Quality Court Motelsare TEN HIGH ;
tltrv .. Arthur Moseley, and Mra Neal '
:. Americans The company em being distributed free of -
SATURDAY Saxon for its success. ployes 40.000 people, with sales 'charge to the toweling public STRAIGHT :
The room counts were woo of three quarter billion dollars They are available at any BOURBON
... by Mrs. Gulp first grade; Mrs annually Quality Court.
-Tt* Professor's Apprentice Travis, second grade; Mrs Dr. Neel professor of economics JOE TWOMIY

goes way-out on his own! foreland, third grade; Mrs. at the University of 3'$1075
Page, fourth grade, Mra Cannaway South Florida holds many honors Don't MakeA II $3.79 ?

and Mrs. Counts, the and office.. He Is chairmanof Check ForQuality I t
/ Deal Until
WALT DISNEY fifth grade; and Mra Harbeson I Governmental Costs subcommittee .

sixth grade Mrs. Touchtoa I You've SeenA AMERICA'S FAVORITE .
71E, S4ouE JIVRF5 of and Mrs Seigler tied for the I I Anderson Is president of J'.c 5
.. kindergarten room count. Farm and Ranch Publications Value I II Chevrolet BOURBONOtDCROW

: the luelfarm world. He paper writes group regularcolumns in W. all want will ee ni.ru.tt. I I Center Salesman
DUNDEEMrs ......... W* always leek for OLD CROW
R. Rleley has return. for two newspaper I tki beat .Iue.l Sun A.r.. kit J** w. kn. I'II ....... M..- .
ed to her home in Bridgeport syndicates and la the most .... Beth, plea ..44ill'11f. I'I'.h. ..eh....$ end. oil .4uc.t>e' IRlicdtUr ... ;
after quoted editor In the south He ....,.< which ..>... lukvrkin the 1..1 sch.ela and. ....1..4 a .
Conn visiting her parents has received many freedom IMne II utiUndmi .( Seienea D.f.. Inlyilncil
Mr. and Mrs Ruben Stone awardt. eh.l.. t* Ii.., ester, and r.. I AJmlBiif. es f. e HIliU $1995TH
TIcoelcaDa. Her father is seriously ill in The evening program starting .1,.. Cellage In J.". If SiJ .

Winter Haven Hospital at I o'clock will feature ** Mnti thr.. and. ..*.ti.''fi
"' -w.,,a.rMrarw .M eaa M n..eesr Mrs Aubrey Tomlinson and student speakers and will end lee 4.wi ,., "** whkMutt >.... U. S. Naval l Supply
Children daughter Mrs Roy Moore of the program with another panel ........... mesrhly laseell. C.'M . .3Sc
.vdt.ble. .
Winter Haven visited during discussion The program Is presented *. da I .lee i with Cl<....l..
the week in Tampa with Mr. as a public service of i Costar .i".. ku rtl*.t. ff..m the BOURBON
and Mrs Jlmmle Dillard Florida College. I' New I Ia August If If. J*. inlays|
HAVEN DALE Drive-In THEATREOPIN i Sun Acres bridge mid. peel .*.... music EARLY TIMES
cY3.3m and ..*.f IMrtl.J .
AT I 00 P.M. e HUT SHOW AT t JO P.M. For BUILDING MATERIAL Call ON Witter H..M.I.klm4Hlf .. ''I... at 1110 lltk C. ".

TONITE and THURSDAY NITE kwey Store I' 14] NW with, his wil.. J....$,,
I s f..,... ad h. It mamba. r tl tin WI..
25c Coupon Hire s. QUALITY MATMIAIS ,.. H.... U.III Club i4 ... $ 99STH
tide S. '.Church
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3
Fabian In 3 WEEKS IN A BALLOON" In Color frelll

Also Andy Griffith. In "ONIONHEAD" Bagwell Building Supply Rlftea qe EGER BLOCKS Chevrolet Center, Inc.

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Week The Weather-Local State And National I Industrialists



To Be ObservedBy -_. -- -' Inspect Sites

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Elks LodgeThe a .?a i ;; ) aA In State CitiesEleven

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northern Industrialists
Winter Haven Elki I i Aw ;M ., and financiers were guests in
Lodge 1672 In observing Free Lakeland last night on the third {
dom Week "to emphasize the atop of the current "air-cade", C
fundamental Importance of freedom sponsored by the Florida Development

of speech and of expression Commission I b' 'IC
The group Is on a four-dsy
in American of
our way; tour of 10 Florida cities to inspect
life," according to Ed Mar- them as potential plant
'j quardt exalted ruler. ides
', 'Mill. Other cities scheduled to be
The week Is a tribute to the
visited today West Palm t
were
American radio and tele '' ,
press 'r Af'I rt pwLUTHERAN +
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vision. The local Elks lodge!: has I

chosen this week to recognizethe ... -

representatives radio of the Winter of the Haven pressand 3NCW. WAIMlI''. 5AIR .. LAYMEN PLAN CONCLAVE-Plans for the I Sth annual district Luther.an .

area. Members of the Elks Laymen's League convention, to be heldn\ Winter Haven nest month, were made by
lodge have manifested their ; the district board and a committee for the Concordians of Grace Lutheran Church which I
wholehearted support of observance I Is sponsoring the convention. Lauren Suit, president of the sponsoring group and league
of Freedom Week. I membership representative, is second from right. Women who are serving on various
"In view of the ideological) committees are, from left, Mrs Anglia Wertx Mrs. Sue Taylor and Mrs Trudy Griei.
struggle throughout/ the world -
the Order of Elks Is than ,.
more

ever dedicated and positive to sincere anti.com.patriotism RAIN AND SNOW-Scattered showers are forecast through the central and north Larson Appoints PUC Studies Miami PetitionTALLAHASSEE I

munism In defense of our inherited Pacific coast with snow and scattered snow from the Rocky Mountains through the Bailey As New
freedom," Marquardt Plateaus and into the Western Plaint and upper Mississippi Valley Warmer weather i is .
(UPI) The Jacksonville and Miami
stated. forecast for the Southeast while a mild trend will spread over the Northeast. Colder Board Member -
In the struggle with communism temperatures are expected from the Rockies eastward Into the Plains states with little Public Utilities Commission'slegal Executive Secretary BoilingStanley
( he said too much attention change In temperature elsewhere. of TALLAHASSEE (Special) J. staff Is studying a City of said Tuesday the legal I
has been paid "to what we I on Edwin Larson State Treasurerand Miami petition demanding the stiff was studying the petitionand .
are against. We are in danger of 'Five Day ForecastFive LOCAL OUTLOOK State Fire Marshal announced Florida East Coast Railway resume would make a recommendation
( losing sight/ of what we are Partly cloudy and mild today Temperatures If passenger service between I to the full commission
the
forecast for today appointmentof --- ------
day peninaular -------- -------- '-
fighting for and why; we are and tomorrow. High today In '
for it. All citizens are urged not Florida for period beginning the 70'l, low tonight In the 50'.. Cody L. Bailey of Ft. Tierce
to take our freedoms for granted 7 p.m. tonight and ending Southeasterly winds 5 to 15 By sited Press International to the Laws and Legislation
to constantly practice and 7 p.m. Monday; : miles per hour.Florida. Low High Committee of the Stste-wide Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply

stress Americanism in our Temperatures will average 1 Albuquerque .?,.,.26 17 Fire Prevention Conference Of Winter Havtn.
daily life. tol: degrees above normal. Atlanta .. ......... 34 82
Zones
"By being ever alert to any Normal maximum minimum Birmingham ...... 37 66 Bailey, president of the State Hudqu.tegR ,All Types Pipes; Velvet & Fittings

threats to our freedoms and ranges from 65 to 43 In the Tallahassee MIAMI (UPI) Florida one Boston .............38 43 J. Junior Chamber of Commerce a Ompliti INDUSTRIAL Slock .f Pumps DISTRIIUTORAim Plumbing,
asking for God's help," Mar. area to 76-43 along the forecast: I Chicago ............ 37 52 will serve' with W II Barnett, M.eMnlol A Induitrlil' SuppI'M
quardt said," we can fight off southeast coast and Keys Panhandle Cleveland .. ... ..... 30 48 WHOlESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
i J. H. E. R. and
the ever present danger of There will be no precipitationof Clark llafncr 4tk S,. I .... I, N W. sa lad Silver kM4 L.li Int. tMlttrt'
.
Mostly cloudy and mild today Denver .. ... 29 81 .
communism. consequence.Shoppers' I tonight and Thursday with Detroit .... ...... 30 52 Don ItcLeod In recommendingfire CALL COLLECT 294-4247 WINTER HAVEN
--- ---- a few showers likely. High today Jacksonville ....... 42 66\ prevention legislation to
w ; In the 80'., low tonight 42 Kansas City..... ... 52 68 be presented to the 1965 aession.
to 48. Southeast winds 10 to 20 i Los Angeles .."..... 52 59
miles per hour today tonight Miami ........ 64 74
and Miami Beach ...... 89 71
Convenience Thursday.North Twin Cities ........ 29 41
Partly cloudy and mild today New Orleans ........ 54 67
, and Thursday; High today 65 to New York ........... 39 51
GUIDE TO 70, low tonight 45 to 50. Variable 'Orlando .. ..... ..... 50 64
winds 5 to 15 miles per Philadelphia ....... 35 51 l 1 1 !
CV hour. Phoenix ............50 87 G. .
Central Raleigh ............ 35 64
Partly cloudy and mild today St. Louis .. .......... 51 68
and Thursday. High todayin San Franclsco..3 50 H.
the 70'., low tonight in the Seattle ...... ..... 32 40
SO's. Southeasterly winds 5 to 15 Tampa ........... 56 85! of Winter Haven
IN GREATER miles per hour. Washington ..,...., 34 59

Partly cloudy South and mild today

WINTER HAVEN and Thursday. High today 75 Army EngineersTo
to 78, low tonight 55 to 60. East e e 4
and southeast winds t to 15


miles Partly per cloudy hour.Keys and mild today Open Bids The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan ASSOCtatsostli.

and Thursday. High today 75 to
78, low tonight in the 60'.. East JACKSONVILLE (UPI-The
Lawnmower and southeast winds S to 15 Army Corps of Engineers will
miles hour. open bids March 3 on two antimissile
HEADQUARTERS CUSTOMMADE per MiamiHomestead 3 $&? $> ?fc *%?
asreatse
TORO- A new method for protectingcitrus Vvd'uiviJii3 ivVViVV'.V v. ,
Authorised SUM a.vl. fruit trees and truck gar. The projects one about 15
COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE denting plants has been developed miles southwest of Homesteadand ,1
SERVICE, REPAIRS ON ALL DRAPERIES by Dr. James Lasater, the other 10 miles west of ,
MAKE LAWN MOWERS t
OUTBOARD MOTORS. Brevard Engineering College Miami are expected to cost '
Phone 293-4667 Finest Materials scientist about $2.5 million.
Large Selection H.kl4al&I
HARVEY'S MOWER
SERVICE ARTICLES FOR SALE D.

Ills his at. Cypriit Shopptr THE MOST COMPLETE M.

DECORATIVE SERVICE

SERVING WINTER HAVEN
NEW HOMES FOR U YEARS 1 t
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& REMODELING

I W. C. McEvers Free Estimates

IUILDINO CONTRACTOR Guaranteed Work CLASSIFIEDREADER
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Winter Haven & UPHOLSTERY
Phone 293.4694
L (03 Mi, S.W. 21-2442
'01 Slitk Street. N.W. 7 .fltt
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ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS 5

STARLITE TV SERVICE FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD .
Nite & day service calls e e e .
Rentals 4 used
TV's l
Notices For This
158 2nd St., S.W.. Open 9 AM. 9 PM CY 3-4897 Department No one ever found a pot of gold at the end of

Limited To the rainbow unless he put it there himself.

1. ,Items ler sale! If map te tile I. N. Rekotes Ne CIIe..I. ..... -

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HAVEN APPLIANCESFOR itch AL I money seem a way ,

lack aeke Hint .....1. tile cllll04 d.psnmeM wrltteepric. there is still no substitute for old.fashioned
YOUR If efferii. t4 Oa. .. .
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phesa ......, If eddrem If thrift the what
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Winter W.Haven I. RYNtRSON.Daily Idiror-PublUher; News-Chief -Today's- Television In Review Partisans SayBandwagon I Washington WindowBy


JOHN W. RYNERSON. Aulitant .. she Pvblltlio* ,
By RICK DU BXOVT variety series, "Th Hollywood LYLE C WILSON Democratic policy of vasty

'_1111.11.. Jelly (e...,. Saturday .by tho Winter H.... Commentary United' Press Inteniitlonil Palace." For United Frees International overspending government r...
"vbllihlncj C.. ,I.... '114 Jrd Street, N.W.. Wl.t., Hne., Florida I has
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) WarIs Being a situation comedy President Johnson's 1965 budget enue. This policy been re.

CHARLES 6OSHORN s.."., Manager By PHIL NEWSOM not exactly a hilarious business I "McHale's Navy" is not always and the publicity maneuvers alistically stated as tax and

JACK lEAHAN Aitealato 14i.., tTI Foreign Newt Analyst and a situation comedyabout very funny. It is not up to the Glenn RollingCOLUMBUS preceding It hav createdthe tax, spend and spend and tied
Fidel Ciitro'i school for subversives It la leading with
its often comic genius of Phil Silvers public Image Johnson and elect There always ha,

MTU J. SULLIVAN Adverting Manager seems to bar* proved chin, but and we all have our weaknesses in his old "Sgt. Bilko" Ohio (UPI- Intended to crest It I* the been reluctance, however, to
mine Is
NATIONAL ADVERTISING RtfUtSINTATIVI Its worth not in Latin America Navy." ABCTV's"McHal's show But it has some funnymenin Former astronaut John H. Image of s slow man with a tax sufficiently to pay an of the

at might ban been expected I Tim Conway and Carl Bal- buck. Not a penny pincher,
III.
SIo... I Aueclatet. Int. CMcif I defy you to find on television Glenn's partisans claimed today bills.Johnson's.
lentine and Borgnin provide maybe, but a dollar pincher
but rather la fir off Zanil-
a fsc
later.*' *| Second Clan Milt Matter hp.. 4, If 14 .. Id. ,... Off!.. than that more trustworthy the ballast lie is not going to his political bandwagon "was Almost from the moment he economy pledget
'In Winter Haven. FI.ra. under eat of March 2. II7MEMIER bar. belonging to the star throw any comedian out of a really rolling." succeeded to the presidency, will improve his standing with
Bearded men In Cuban-ityl of this Tuesday night series, with his attention Democrats.
I Job attempted jabs at Johnson focussed public conservative But
Ernest Borgnin There And while there was agreement
hereIn or baseball cops took are humor, but his human qualities on his forthcoming budget h* already 1s In some trouble
AUDIT
\ IUREAU those who might rather run his rocket had bruised a
l.' over the spies iiland off the Into other faces in a dark alley shine through. Tuesday night, on his yearning for economy in on the left. AmerIcans! for Democratic .
: :: OF CIRCULATIONS for Instance, his crew was engaged lot of Important Democratic government on the obstacles to
eaitern tout of Africa in a at night, but his longtime fins Action (ADA) Is un.
in trying to manufacture shins in bis first blsstoff In reduction In government
matter of hour Newt diapatchei can sense, at bottom, the milk any happy. It congratulates Johnsonfor
-.- and while the definitely
laughs -
MEMIER sarongs, politics some of his spending. It was pretty
of human kidness, not to even opponents carrying on the Kennf'dyprogr.m
Active Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL indicate it took fewer men were few, the good nature of understood by those who bad
tion a bottle of beer called him another El: but objects to
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United ,,... li entitled t. the ,.. than 50 men to do it. or two. the star was often Infectious heard him discuss it that Johnson curtailed
'. of local ... And that really! 1* a hefty partof senhower and warned the party spending.
ASSOCIATION, "Publication. all printed The trained In Borgnine, of course, la play expected to send a $102 billion
.. In thli newt well til UPI fuerillaa were why th. series is a popularauecess. the ADA is thinking in terms of
'4 piper at at ing it broad because as Jackie not to attach weights to spending budget to Congress
Cuba. The leaden tens of billions
Newa Ditpctchai.AOVERTISIN6 political received Gleason found out that's spending of(
i; These famed spaceman. this week dollars in the next 10
their training in Bed art highflying days years OnJohnson'
usually where the audience ratIngs The President eirfully explained
DEADLINE The native in
Slits
for Buckeye unconditional
Borgnnl. His half hour war on
China in Russia.
or But that this
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT ar* beyond to visitors that there
If the Werdi I '.M. Pr.vi.yi D.y. ly tk. IncKt I P.M. Provleui D.y.L. By last week end the new show, about a PTboat crew popular success In "McHale's his fourth day in politics were some new billions of built poverty. laid
...l Noticcti I P M. Previevi D.y. Sunday Edition\ Deodlinoi Friday.HSPtAT rulera had coniotidated their that has its own paradise in the Navy" has been the escape watched his troops kayo the In spending which had been "Liberals, < an ADA

( DEPARTMENTi victory and proclaimed t h..Poopls's Pacific in World War II, is sailing batch from being typed as Ohio Democratic organization.They voted by earlier Congresses. statement "have much coons

Snaday Iditlen 1 P M. Thurtdayl Monday Edition 1 P.M. Friday; RepublIc of Zanzi along comfortably, and will "Marty," the lonely bachelor battered it into the awkward Regretfully, the Prelld 1 e n t for concern about how the
Toeiday Edition-Noon Saturday) Wedneiday. Thursday and Friday bar." almost certainly return next character for which he President will prosecute his unconditional
won an would conclude that he
Editiant-I P M. Tw. Days I IR Advance. For Castro and world season Its third. He Is plan. position of denying support was war within the conditions
communism Oscar in the movie of the same stuck with a big spending pro
Member. Soutk.ru New....,., Publlthen. Aiieclatlo* the victory reprieved sing matrimony this summer name. For a man who beganan to Sen. Stephen M. gram. On at least one occasion, be has imposed by i
Member. .. Florida ,.... An..l.tl.ii two Important firiti. with the only human west of acting career relatively late Young who had been on the however, the President firmly smaller budget In a growing

It mad Zanzibar the first the Mississippi who can shout In life, Borgnine has turned Ina scene, making clear he want stated his determination to bold country and a growing economy

SUISCRIPTION" RATES Communist nation of Africa, him down the demure Ethel wide range of roles from ed, expected and Intended toget spending under $100 billion. The war against poverty
ly Carrier *, Nail providing an Invaluable brld Merman. And this Saturday, he the brutal soldier will require massive and expensive
"Fatso" in the endorsement.Glenn's be
Tear $1120: 4 ...ntks, ft.10; 1 ", ..,h.. $4.tl; I month, SI I.U; head to further is even taking a crack at being party'a "I am not going to federal programs. The
....kly. >l sinS Single CeI... D.Hy. i ...$.; Sunday .10 ...... expansion to emcee of ABC-TVs new the film "From Here to Etern. upset of the organi known," he said, "as $100 billion amounts contemplated in the
the mainland weekly
only 23 mIles ity" to "Marty" to McHale. nation saw him winning support Johnson."

TELEPHONE CY...,... 1.21t.. away. of more than 70 of the state's Surprise! Surprise! When the budget are not" enough to make

It also was tile first major The Channel Swim: Barry 88 counties. His aides laid this budget figures finally were revealed a good start.
victory for the graduate of the Wall Street Goldwater II Interviewed Fri. showed he had widespread pop. spending had been held The budget asked for more .

Castro school set up to export day on NBC-TV's "Today" ular support, even though some to $978 billion and the deficit than $1 billion as a starter

A Thought For Today"Be violent revolution. show .Next Wednesday, "To. Democrats joined Republicans for focal 196S bad been cut to ADA scorns that sum and contends
Corollary. facts were that it offers further, that there must
day" a filmed visit to and some newspaper writers $49 billion. That was a great
tfJruJ.O'f nothing but in mad Zanzibar the lint country Chatter Greenwich Village .NBCTV's who said little was known Improvement on the late President be Increased spending to obtain
; everything by sine Cuba to fall to Communist "Hollywood and the Star," airs about Glenn's political philoso John F. Kennedy's bud full employment. ADA represents .

prayer and supplication (petition) with thanksgiving revolution. NEW YORK (UPI) Robert s program about the movies' get for fiscal 1964, a $5 billion the New Deal heritage of

let your requests bt made known unto God. Phil. 4:1 And It Illustrated that, whatever H. Stovill of E. F. Button & great lovers Feb. 10. phy.he spaceman's fight against reduction in the deficit. the Democratic party and, to

"And SInce Ht bids me seek His face, Believe His may be the ideological Co. says the froth of speculative ABC-TV's four.part "Saga of the year-old Young in the Thus, the new President some extent its egghead ele

difference between Moscow fervor Is more and mora visible Western Man" series shows its May 5 primary and, if he Is roughed out his public Image ment.
word and trust His grace, I'll cast on Him my every and Peking, they can cooperate on top of a general market third installment, "1898," Feb. nominated against the Republican as an economizer by substantial I The new President will not

care and wait for thee, Sweet hour of prayer." William toward achieving the major which seems predisposed to 29; the first two were "1492" senatorial candidate in the cutbacks from the spending be able to make party conservatives

\j W. Walford -Dr. Albert L. Carnett goal of each, the victory of move higher In time. and 1776"' CBS-TV's "The fall contest, probably U.S. Rep. program of his predecessor. happy and also to keep

world communism. Stovall feels that one can Great Adventure" canceled is Robert Taft Jr., who would The big political question now the peice with the Left ADA

Vic President Abdullah Kis- read vestiges of the 1961 bull currently scheduled to continue make the Ohio senatorial campaign pending In this: Can President troops He shortly will hays to

aim Hangs of the new regime I market Into the concentrated through the summer with re one of the most closely Johnson make it stick? make a choice.BLlJ'"D .

f News-Chief Editorials one lived In the Soviet Union activity In the wide moving peats. watched in the country. Johnson now must try to
and has TIIIEF
a Russian wife.
specialties and Is disturbed by maintain before the public hIs

Foreign Minister Abdul Rah. it. He feel that, with the industrial image as a careful man with OSTUNI. Italy (UP) Po-

: Today. man Mohammed Babu, r- averages at an all.time The Lighter Side I the taxpayers' dollars If h* lice arrested shepherd Francesco .

clved his training in China high I it I is tim .for the. thought. can do that, Johnson will depriv Ciccarone Tuesday and

This afternoon the junior college educational committe to and Peking.has been a frequent visitor lui investor to try to be astute By DICK WEST t wouldn't for a minute question the Republican party of charged him with a remarkable

rather than lucky United Press International what probably Is Its most effective exploit. They said Clcaron, 42,
of the Chamber of Commerce presented the President Abwls Karum ..z.uta we board's wisdom, but I .
Issue against the Democratic stole _
/ a flock of 100 sheep
brochure for Winter Haven'a bid to bring this institution In only Zanzibar as a the figurehead. Thomas P. Doherty of Harris states WASHNGTON, notably Maryland(UPI-Som and it rather did. regret It would that hav it acted been interesting as. party That Issue Is government despite the fact h* is totally

to our community. There were others: Lake. forces faced the proCommunist anticommunist -. Uphim Co. says it seems the North Carolina have adopted a to see what would pending and th blind.

land, Auburndale and the Bartow base. Just to be world with a sudden accomplished market Is not yet ready toat.ge practice of permitting certain have happened if the convicts

this writer toured the various fact, a further advance prior to prison inmates to hold outside : had become members of the
rare, sites last Sunday. probably lIotto further corrective action. union. ON YOUR
lobs. TELEVISION DIALWednesday
b
undone except by an unlikely

Even allowing for some prejudice, we still felt that counter revolt. Begun as a rehabilitation I My guess Is that a sltutaion

there was no real comparison. The Winter Haven golf In Zanzibar, the rebel bad that Purcell although, Graham the public's Co. feels. measure this policy enables the something like this would de. WDIO.rY WFLA.TV WFTV.TY WTVT.TV

cours I* superior\ to any of the others. the advantage of an unpopular for glamor Issues has appetite prisoners to leave their cells velop: ChenReI 0 CheeReI a ChRIII Ch.RIII, U
The Winter Haven Arab reilm ruling discon Increased during the day and work a regular As their first act as union c's N.e A.e CIS
community showed that It tented African majority. substantially In recent shut for a private comp members, the convicts would demand Oetade T.wpe O6.sde '.11I"
wanted such a college for the young people of .Polkcounty. But the Zanzibar revolt also weeks, new commitments at this any. longer working houra Almost .

Lakeland defeated the program as far as the serves II an imporatnt reminder fundamentals.stage should be based on sound They draw the same pay as anything being better than NIGHT January 21
that violence other employes, which they can prison they would want to spend
comes nstural-
Junior college idea was concerned. In other words they
as much time on the job as
ly to most of Africa use to support their families or pos
a continent i:00-New. Newi, Spartt, Newt Weether Pulie'
against the idea of such Institution-a sible. Ness
were an poor of poverty and Ignorance put aside as a nest egg for the 6:1 IS-Sport., Wlhar Weather Edil.rlel. Sati Pal,. ..,..
atmosphere for a school to enter. At their proposed and with political organizations Almanac time when they art paroled or They would therefore, also i:30-CIS H... NIC News AlCNaws CIS Newt

site the cost of moving the earth to make a decent campus scarcely above the tribal level have finished their term. ished.demand Which that holidays would naturally be abol ':45-CIS H... NIC N... TIA CIS N...
A* the They dress in civilian clothes
would be staggering. new nation have I while on the Job, they work un- lead to a demand to eliminate 7:00-Glenn Dee vet Dea'h Valley Cheyenne Lucy Shaw
merged, atrongmsa governments By United Press InternaUonsl vacations.It 7:15-Glenn R..... Death Valley Ckeyenna Lucy Shaw
Then of course we checked out the idea of fire and often amounting to down I Today Is Wednesday, Jan. 22, guarded, and In some casesthey the company refused to 7:30-CIS Report! The Virginian Cheyenne CBS R.".".

police protection. That would be an expensive item in right have become dictatorships Increasingly the 22nd day of 1964 with 344 to and from ride public work.Moonlighting .transporation to grant these concessions, the convicts 7:45-CIS Reports The Virginian Cheyenne CIS ..".".

either Bartow or Lakeland and would be a continuous the rule. follow. is Impractical, would resort to the ultimate I:00-CIS Re pert, The Virginian; Patty Duke CIS RapartiShaw

burden to the communities in question. All facilities Contributing to the existing Th* moon is approaching full however, because the prisoners weapon. They would go 1:1 IS-CIS ...". Tha Virginian CIS Ro".".
,, or potential chaos
helpful to f 30 Tha
phase. on strike to make the companypay : -TigMrapa Tha VirginunI ; Farmar's T.III. taDauahUr
such as electricity, gas, water, and sewers would indeed the Communists are unnatural The evening stars are Venus, finement are required at night.As to return. to con time.and.a-half for under. :45-Tightrope Tha Virginian the Camera

be expensive at all placea with the exception of Winter boundaries, dividing tribes and Jupiter and Saturn. was perhaps inevitable, time. Oo-Hillbilll.: I."i...". "R C..y I4itIhllIi..
contributing to national jealous Those born today include the 0 I .
there recently arose s question : l5-HiiI..llIl. E.pi..v' Sen C"y HillbIllies.
Haven.We ies. English romantic poet Lord ot whether convicts who have .::30-DI.k Vu Dyk. E.i..v' Ie" C..y Dick Vu Dvbe
also looked at the housing surrounding the Byron, in 1788. these positions should Join s labor Memories20 :45-DI.k: Vu D01. Eapien.g. 'U C"y Dick Vu Dyke

areas proposed and again we come out head and shoulders I SHORT CAREER On this day In history: union. .OOo-D..y: Kays The I 11th Hear Ch..I., Danny Kay

above others. If the studies are made as to distances LONDON (UPI) Angus novel In 1788, the first American The matter cam up in a petition ''Ol5-Du.y K.y. The 11th Hau Ck.nnIn, DURY K.,.
Ogilvy, wealthy husband of written by Sarah Morton filed by the Teamsters YEARS AGO 10:3G-Ou.y: K.y. Th. I 11th Hear Chanin4, Danny K.ye
travelled by students it will be found that Win. Princess Alexandra Queen Eliz and called "Th Power of Sympathy Union to form a bargaining Announcement wn being 1 10.5-Dan.y: Kys The I 11th Hare Ch.onin" Danny K.y.II .

ter Haven works out at the smallest figure. And we abeth's first cousin, divulged a ," was published in Bos unit at a plant in Charlotte, mad of the marriage of Miss I I:00-Niwi New, Spr. Wlr N.li. Newt, Sporfi

the factors is wound in the long.kept secret N. C., where two convict Florine Cauthen, daughter: of I
feel that one of greatest up Tuesday when ton.In were III5-Sporfi, W'ther Tonight Show tonal, Wider Wthor. Etorlal
1901, Queen Victoria of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cauthen
he said he had one worked as employed. I I1:30-Thiarra of Tonight Show Late Show RI........
this
wants
Idea that our community college as our people a waiter during a strike but England died ending the long. After due consideration, the and Sgt. William B. Koen of I 11.45 I the Stan Tonight Show Let Show. Rivarboat.

showed in their vote. for only two days. eat reign of any sovereign overa National Labor Relations Board Philadelphia Fa

"My career of promise cameo civilized nation.In I ruled that the prisoners should 10 YEARS AGO

SPEEDING FINK WIDOW'S SECRET t a sticky end," he said, 1917. Preaident Woodrow, ; be excluded from the electionto Lt. and Mrs. Jeter Arrington Thursday MORNING January 23
Wilson
"when I desposlted -seking a quick end to determine whether the union Jr. arrived from New Orleans
LONDON (urn Viscount VISEU, Portugal (UPI the feet of a customer an omeletteat World War I-asked for "a would represent the empioyes.The La, where they had been stationed 7:00-Mevl. Today Show

Curses, the naglstrat who has An old widow' Jealously guarded peace without victory. board held that there was to spend a leave hers 7ilS-Movio Today Show Ness Good Good Day

gone on record saying h* will secret came to light today. In 1932, President Herbert an "Insufficient community of with the former's parents Lt. 7:30-Almenat Today Show M.ckio. Erani Good Day Day

not convict motorists caught In When Maria Lemos of Cavernaes RADIO. Hoover enacted Into law s Interest" between them and the Arrington was leaving In February 7:45.-'Clsses, News Today Show Mickio E.... Good Day
'died her age was listed measure establishing the Reconstruction other worker for duty In Japan.
radar speed traps, was fined officially as 102. Later Information -- Finance Corpora It also excluded the and 5 YEARS AGO I.00- :.ptan! Today Show Mictio hems Captain
son 1:1 IS
til.20 Tuesday for speeding. showed she really was 108. I the brother of the company'spresident An American Contract Bridge :3D-C.pl.in: Kangaroo T.d.y Today Show Show Cartoonvillo Mickio Evans Captain Kangero

WINT tion.A but that is another League, Duplicate\ Club, was 145: Kangaroo Today_ Show Cartoonvillo Ku""..
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:b... \ And Mrs. W. T.. Simpson Will Embark \ To RussiaWillard Roe, showed colored



tdet etU: :\ ISaturday For Around-The-World Cruise= Presbyterian Sunday tilde when evening Presbyteer Church at the, and First met r


tot/ 5 Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Simpson will sail from New York Saturday on the Holland-American Line's Flag 5 commented on his recent trip .
into Russia. Last Mr
I ship, the Rotterdam, on the advertised cruise "Around the World in 80 Days." They will be accompanied to Roe was a member summer of an Agriculture *

'I New York by Dr. and Mrs. Earl Somers of Chapel Hill, N.C., Mrs. Somers is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Commission which

II Simpson. They will visit in New York for a couple of days before their embarkation. made an Inspection trip to

The ship will be their base. They will be flying Europe. They were abroad
artb Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Pythian Sisters, Haven Temple
to many points of interest, renewing some old friend. Luke and family of Alameda. 28, will meet at eight thirty-one days, eight days of

11.II .. ships and acquaintances and visiting some out of the Calif arrived this week for p.m. tomorrow In the K of which were spent In Soviet
'II'D way places. a short visit with Mri. Luke'i P Hall with Mrs. Grace Rohdeas Russia. The group of forty-
The cruise will take them through the Mediter- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Most Excellent Chief. After nine men were all Interestedin
11r Calhoun. From here, they will this session, the Past R' :
various of (
phases asrcul
ranian via the Suez Canal to the Indian Ocean, to go to Illinois where Mr. Luke Chiefs Club will meet with .. F-

of Bombay Ceylon, to Calcutta Rangoon Penang Hill be stationed at the Great Mrs. Buddy Tison and Mrs. ture.As
of Singapore Bangkok Hong Kong the Philippines and Lakes Naval Station for the Bill Cheek as hostesses.Mr. representatives of ear _
next Dine months. government to another, this
'D to the States of Honolulu
Japan returning by way
and Mrs. L. J. Walshof group had the opportunity to
igA San Francisco through the Panama Canal to New Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fre*. Pittsfield, Mass have arrived view a great deal more thai
' Icy of Indianapolis, Ind. are for a winter visit here. the e
average tourist might be
'AI York.The arriving this week for the They are residing at the Pic-
to New York
to return
expect
Simpsons
golden wedding celebration of kett Apartments.The shown With an Interpreter
IID. about Apr 15th. the latter's brother and sister assigned to their party, the

D.D.. .in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Elks Auxiliary win Commission was escorted
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.La'ler Mrs. E. H. McDonald was C. Spangler.The meet for luncheon at twelve about and given an extensive THEY HEAD ALUMNAE -

'a of Syracuse N. Y. released yesterday from the noon tomorrow at the club.A guided and the tour Kremlin through Using Moscow air Mn. Robert Hoenihel, right, 'Is the new president of the Winter Haven Delta Delta I

o."I'eo. I are here at Plcketts Apartments Winter Haven Hospital where Reciprocity Ridge group District will P. E.have 0. will business follow.meeting and bridge craft all their mean of travel Delta alumna group Mrs. Richard Field, left, Is vice president and Mrs Ray .

for the winter season. she was a patient for several a luncheon at 12:30: Saturdayat they also visited the Republic Hutchinson center, is lecretary-treaturer.
4'S days. the Lakeland of Georgia On the outskirts of
Garden Center
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. WI1-
I.Th..: Eotwah Class of Bey- Those who have not already Hams of Concord, N. H. are TbllM, they Inspected both Mrs. Moorman Amiketos Club Has InitiationThe :: I
III Islet Memorial Methodist The public is Invited to at. done so are remindedto located at the Pickett Apartment state and private farms, a

Church will meet In the homeof tend modern square dance exhibitions make their reservations.The for the winter season. dairy and an Ire.rream plant. Entertains Amiketos service club garet MacKenzie, Margaret
II Mrs. B. E. Nelson, 545 Mr. Roe also gave a per --
Avenue M. SE at eight p.m. at North Gate Shopping tonal view point of the politi of Winter Haven High School Thompson, Cherly Brantley,
Ir. DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Wednesday, January 22, 1964 Peg S JOY ClassThe
In ,
Center Winter Haven
tomorrow. cal and social life of the 11I'0pIe held ita formal Initiation Sunday Patty Berke, Beth King Linda
C.o r.D'
Friday evening, January 24 he saw and talked to
+t Charles Fowler of Blythe. at 7:30.: Local square dancers WINTER MAVBN DAILY NEWS.CUICF while In Russia. Joy Sunday School Berger, Gail Van Gundy, Bev
vllle, Ark. and Mr. and Mrs. will participate in the ex For dinner, each table was Class of the Parkland Baptist Members first attended( any Storm, Sharon Carlson,
1DI. Clovis Fowler of Holland, Mo. hibitions. There will also be centered with evergreen and Church met this week at services at the Catholic Genie Stone ad Brenda LeaVitt. .
I.UI were recent guests of Mr andMrs. dancing for spectator Roger full.bloom rose, the entir the home of Mrs. J. M. Moor. Church then went to Morri .....
Chapman will call and In room was Illuminated by can man A letter was read by
.
Allen Owen. sons' for dinner. There the
,. struct. dlelight. The supper committee Mrs. Paul Vaughn from I
l Mrs. William Becker has consisted of Mr and Mrs. little girl at the Baptist Chil officers of the club each presented .

' returned to her home In Alfcambra Coddln< Calif after visiting strstion Club will meet at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shores, Mrs. class for the Christmas box club letters: Taking part ;
siP r.p home of Mrs. Leroy Hostler Shirley Bush, Mr and Mrs. they sent to her. were Jeannle Bice, Jan Kennedy .
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
)Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Lisle *
WcClement. Friday, for a lesson on "Fash- Ken Schulz, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Lamar Beauchamp, Barbara Grenert, Trudy -
::0 Ion and Clothing" given by ,Paul Raione Dr. and Mrs. teacher' stressed contacts Edel Mary Lyle Vicki d.Onatlvll. are the parent of a diugh- _
Mrs. Leona McMillen and William Reed. Mr. and Mrs. ter born at 12;:31 p.m. yesterday
Mr and Mrs. George Birth Mrs. C C. Reeves closed the Linda Whit and
in the Winter Haven Hospital
Mn. Leon Ridley Jr. Don Lamerson, and the Rev
with Edna Sara Frantz sum-
meeting Seay.
winter at the Pie. prayer.
guests
are The baby weighed In
Ed Blackwood.
te4 by BiLUC CIL1S and Mrs. James
Members present were Mesdames marized the meaning of the
ikett Apartments. They are
Guests at the meeting Mr. at seven pounds and eight
residents of N. Y. R. W Anderson, Robert club.
Syracuse .
.
" [ ounces.A
Mrs.
.. McBride ClassThe and Mrs. Carl Watson John, Dan King Don Harvey Those Initiated Into the club
. Alexander, Mr. and
-' \ Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ryder, Recent Bride Is Entertained Frank Richard Stockman, The Paul Rhode Paul were Cheryl Taylor Sheila daughter weighing six
dI echo recently retired and Grace McBride Class Mrs. and Mrs. Dave Dietzel, Vaughn, Bob Bruso, C C. Boyd, Mary Sue Deal, Linda pounds, eleven and a half
Rev.
Reeves, and Lamar Beau- Sowards, Linda Moore, Yvonne ounces, was born at 3:22:
moved here from Long Island, of the First Baptist Churchof
:!, t home of Mrs. Vera and minlture bridal statuettesIn Mr. and Mrs. Don Lemke, .
champ. The February meetIng Gulledge Jan Hsyman, a,m. today In the community
y N. Y.. are making their Eagle Lake met this week Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hedden
home on Avenue T, NW at the home of Mn. 0. Con Wharton was' the scene of a a setting of pink roses and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hollister will be at the home of Grayson Travlia, N n e y hospital to Mr. and Mrs,
1 lovely miscellaneous shower candies on the refreshmenttable and Mr. and Mrs. Cay Dur- Mrs. Jabn. Keith, Susan Burtchln, Mar. Jerry L. Filcher of Polk City

4 Hr. and Mrs. Walter T. ner.Mrs.. L. William gave the when the Womens Society of fo the focal points. rance.

MacDonoagn of Trenton N. scripture reading and Mrs. Christian Service of Dundee Sandwiches, cookies, mints, The Devotional was given by
I JC.. are spending a month here Alma Linville, the prayer. Methodist Church, entertained Mrs Drexel Dennis. Her '
nuts, coffee and ;
punch tea
its the guests of Mrs. Charles Cake and coffee were served for Mrs. H. Y. Brown, a theme of "Christian Cour .
. H. Brower of Silver Court by Mrs. Conner, assisted fy recent bride.Decor.tlons. were served to the following age." REE '
Apartment Mrs. L. Bilbrey. were In pink guest: Mesdames Charles Ny Trip To ParisFor \,
berg, Elner Simonaen, Rich :
ard Slmonsen Eric Bolin, Val
: (!t Ekbladh. Walter Pearson, Christopher .
i .
I ,.; A me your charge account James Duncan Ruth Parks ,, \II r! ;,r. Two PLUS $2,000 Expense Money r.
I I'l' Marilou Bryan, Helen Crom
er, Thelma Hartman, Fred Entertain WithSmorgasbord
Fisher. Leo Smith, Lydia ,. ,
Hunzeker, Max Hunzeker
Ben Ethridge, Dorothy Sayer, .
Brenda Martin Robert Stand-
Ifer, David Segren Carl Ar Mr and Mr. Reider Chris-
vidson, Carl Pearson topherson entertained with a
I Mrs. Brown, a teacher at Swedish Smorgasbord at
Dundee Elementary School their home In Dundee this
Dress and Suit Salehalf received many gifts week honoring Mrs. Ed Rod-

{, Other Invited guests were berg on her birthday. Other
Mrs. John Kobe, Mrs Bertha honor guests were Mr. and
Brown Mrs. Clarece James Mrs. Oscar Leaf, who are
Mrs. Blanche Blanton, Mrs. celebrating their 32nd wedding .
Os :
Lem Helms, Mrs Ruth annlver..".
Brkerdstrom of Chicago and A program of brief speech
,, 1/2 Price Miss Martha Ethridge. es by the guests, with Mr. m
toast master *
Christopherson as ,
highlighted the occasion. .
Mrs. Rodberg was presented "
Mrs. Thrasher with a birthday cake, flow.

Gives ProgramMrs. ers Other and guest gifts. were Mr. and Some Member of Christmas Club a Corporation :.

I 898 5500A Mrs. Richard Campbell, Mr. !
"
wr 17.95 to I 110.00 NOW ? Ray Thrasher gave a and Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Mr Will Win This Valuable Trip. ,:

demonstration on corsage and Mrs. August Swanson, "
making when the Eagle Lake Mr. and Mrs. Bror Hue, Mr. :
Garden Club met this week at and Mrs. Eric Bolin, Mr. and
I choice selection of aunts and over 100 daytime dresses are on the home of Mrs. Charles Mrs. Hennlng Johnson, Mrs. ..SIXV
display on our Main Floor sale racks plug a select group" d better Young Jr.Gueata Morris Peterson, Ed Rod. Your Friendly
ck'easeol. formal and cocktail dresses in "
"Terrac Room.
our welcomed were Mrs.H. berg also Mr. and Mrs.
I. Miller, Mrs. W. C. Axel Eel and Mr. and Mrs. :
Paulk, Mrs. John Burr and Wilfred Johnson, all winter Lake Region Bank of commerce "
Miss Mary Madden. visitor In Winter Haven.

Mr. Cecil Lane was' co- Is the only Winter Haven area bank a member of Christmas i
hostess for the evening.

Shoe Salehalf Members Jack present Denton were, Mesdames Tom ChiropracticAuxiliary Club a Corporation. ..

Dickinson, L O. Feagln Jr, Hears .1
Chuck Lundy J, D. Burd, V.
H. Barton, Charles Mitchell, Dr. HendricksThe
Ray Thrashir, George Davis, OTHER AWARDS Include: !
Van Madden M. B. Coleman
Polk County Chiropractic
i Florence Sellet, and the host.'suet. .erI.
Auxiliary met here lilt
Price night at the home of Mri. I. Brand new 1964 Comet sedan r'u
2 Robert Smith.

I Program chairman, Mrs. 2. Admiral 21 inch LowBoy COLOR Television .ioi
Richard Lawson Lakeland
introduced Dr. set
'GIfTS guest speaker ( II
e J. K. Hendrlckl, who spoke 'i. 'If'
PARADISE KITTENS
MADEMOISELLES
AMALFI to the Auxiliary about its 3. Matched, set ((7 ladies', 5 men's) Sarmonite .
S RHYTHM STEP rLORSHEIM role in the community and ,
Its relationship to the Polk luggage
County Chiropractic Society .,

@ Mrs. Hendrick. presidentof 4. Bell and Howefl Electric Eye Camera
648 1098Over the auxiliary presided at !'f
were 12.95 to 21,95 MOW to the business session at which
time plans were made for a PLUS 139 Other Prizes! :
When you mow reception for new auxiliary
members at the next regular
200 pairs of America'* Finest Footwear. High Heel to tow February.The ;
:Mid Heel Low Heels Flat. Black, brown red blue, white, bone ... meeting business portion of the OPEN YOUR CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT NOW!

Y... Welsee Wa5M meeting was adjourned at -
which time, coffee and pump.
.... w
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H M will un with .
kin pie were served and numbers '
NI..t .f C'f' ** .114 selected and drawn for Member F.D.I.C.
Fall Hats 24K Cashmere Coats 61..d' indbea ,sans the surprise package which

.., nfet!.M, civic ..114.IIII. was won by Mrs. Robert
Black, Bamboo Butter-cream: k. I .M \leaders, Smith of Winter Haven.
Were T.JS to ass!
b
Were 89.95
5682ii If yes .... |..f ".**.4 Richard G. O'Leary, MD
NOW S3 $5 S8 NOW U Winter *... U ....
t* ,'-e Announce
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294-293 the Aiioclatien of

John H. Ford, Jr., MD
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for the Practice olObitttrici M
WILC MI 'WAGONIt -
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Pag Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Wednesday, :January 22,1 19U

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Thomas BaileyTo Interior Design Children's Home I France RejectsU. r'I FSC Alumni Classroom Now

Group To Offer Society Will I, Meets TonightThe I


Run For Picture Displays Expand Services ,I S. ProtestOn new Winter board of Haven directors.Auburndale of the Date Room At i

The Florida Chapter of the The Rose Keller.Polk County 1 alumni chapter of Florida

American Institute of Interior Division Children's Home So. ai will meet tonight -

School PostTALLAHASSEE Designers In this area la developing ciety of Florida la expandingits Red ChinaPARIS Southern at 7 College o'clock at the Park White HouseWASHINGTON

a permanent libraryof services to include two other i Restaurant with President

(UPI-State renderings for public display counties, according to a report (UPI) The French George Flack Jr.. presiding. I (UPI) The
with George R. Dill of released by D. H. Sloan, White House classroom
government, In a short and Included on the agenda area used t>,
School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey Winter Haven aa chairman.The dry ,Caroline Kennedy ii
Jr. of the board. being
president
mill campaign for a fifth Institute expects in the note, has rejected the U S. discussion and adoption of a turned Into a teenage "datt
straight term on a platform of near future to have a collec The division has been serving protest over France's forthcom. constitution and by-laws for I room for President Johnsons

"outstanding accomplishments lion of pictorial presentationsof three groups of people in tag recognition of CommunistChina. the club and plans for the : two daughter
work executed by Interior Polk County: (1) Patents usually meeting. I After all as Mrs
Feb. 12 general Johnnna
Florida under
In education" In dealgners, which will be available put
,bis guidance. to women's clubs and for unmarried mothers, wishing The U. S. note was under. All members of the board of It, "You can't have i date in
banks libraries to place children for adopt. stood to attend the Blue Room. Nor do any
Bailey, 66, announced his candidacy community display at to have criticized recognition directors are expected : other
of the
art Institutes, and the ion, ((2) children from infancyto by President Charles de exquisite formal
Monday and became the room In the White House lend
like.The I 12 years of age being considered 'Gaulle aa a disservice to West- themselves to
high echool
fourth member of the Cabinet exhibit will be one of this MICHAEL J. MARCHMAN holo
to do so.Other area's contributions toward'I for adoption, and (3)! ern interests I downs or college gatherings.
officials who furthering education in the fieldof families wishing to adopt. Ef De Gaulle's answer, given Girl ChasingAlmost The third floor solarium
Cabinet Interior deilin.Announcemetlt fective Immediately, the same with unusual National Guard where Caroline and her play.:
have announced include Agriculture war made by I services become available to promptness was mates attended kindergarten
Commissioner Doyle Con the area chairman Ralph families living In Hardee and officially called as "just as Officer Gets and the first grade, ii being

ner Secretary of State TomAd.m. Short of Tampa, that G'I REV. 0. M. COOLEY Highlands Counties short" aa the U. S. note Mon. Jails transformed into i recreates
Tampans and a resident : The Gulf Coast Division of day Transfer Here room for Lucy Balnea Johnson,
E.
and Comptroller Ray
,
Lakeland have been acceptedInto the Children's Home Society of The expectation here Is the 16, and Lynda Bird 19.
Green. Treasurer J, Ed Larson membership in the Insti I Youth LeaderTo Florida in St. Petersburg has Second Lt. Michael J. March. The vinyl tile floor ii just
will be
recognition
and Atty. Gen James Kynes tute. They are Richard L. Red been serving these two counties text officially announced man of 2055 East Church St., Italian YouthGENOA right for dancing. Sofas and
'Jr, are expected to announce man, Miss Mimi LagomarclnoF in the past Unconfirmed Monday or Tuesday Bartow baa been transferredfrom comfortable chain will be
,shortly David von Thaden, all of Miss Elsie L. Parker, executive reports claimde moved in, along with a tell"".
and Al of Speak HereThe commented Gaulle would follow up by Battery C, Third Howlt- Italy (UPI-Giovan-
Bailey currently completing Tampa Keinert director on lion art, a record player, and
his fourth term in the Cabinet Lakeland I I the annual increase in services inviting Communist C biD e a e ter Battalion, 116th Field Artillery ni Ivaldi), 20, posed as a plain. a small ice box.
position since he was first elected A dinner meeting Is being given In Polk County Premier visit Chou En-lai to pay anoffici.1 Florida National Guard to clothes policeman so that he Lynda will come to the White
in 1948 held tonight at the Hamilton Rev George M. Cooley Adoption services became available to France. the Second Howitzer Battalionin could approach pretty girls at House to live this weekend .
'In announcing, Bailey said House Restaurant, Gulf Winds secretary of Student World locally In 1958. That year Winter Haven.Marchman night and escort them home. Both she and her roommate, w
,that adoption of the junior college Motel, In St. Petersburg Beach Relations, Board of World Mis. the agency placed It childrenin Ivaldi would atop girls return- Warrie Lynn Smith, 19, San An. {
dons, Presbyterian Church Polk homes has been assigned Ing home late at night, ask
program giving Florida 28 County adoptive FAA Dedicates tonio, Tex., are transferring
public community colleges with U.S., in Nashville, Tenn., will In 1963 there were 48 Infants as fire director officer them for their documents, rep from the University of Texas to
more than 50,000 students enrol. he one of the speakers at the placed. He enlisted In the Guard in rimand them and finally accompany George Washington University.
of the most Man Complains Florida Chain of Missionary Miis Parker wished to clear them home.It will share
led represents one September, 1960. lIe graduatedfrom They Lynda'a room
until two
outstanding accomplishments in I Assemblies to be held at the. up some mistaken ideas existing New Air CenterMIAMI Officer Candidate SchoolIn worked fine in the White House.
In months when he returnedto
First Christian Church Winter ago
education In the last 15 years. regarding agency adoptions. Lucy, who moved into the
Bailey who has devoted most Gets Shot Haven Feb.11.. 'I There are no long waiting 1963. the home of Immacolata White House with her mother
of his life to the field of education The Rev. Mr. Cooley joined lists, she said Children are I (UPI) The Federal Marchman holds a bachelor Crisafulll a little too often to and father, Is a junior at the
the board in 1961. From 1955 suit the girl's uncle who be.
also said that Florida has usually placed within several Aviation Agency dedicated its of arts degree from Lynchburg National Cathedral School for
to 1958 he suspicious and took Ivaldito
Presbyterian came
Increased money spent per CHICAGO (UPI) Retired at Washington was and Lee weeks to a few months after 19th air route traffic control College, Lynchburg Va. He is station.A Girls
a police
school student from $170 to $374 policeman Sylvester (Two Gun pastor approval of the home A large center Sunday, a $5 million employed by the Citrus and
University and Virginia Military Genoa court: Tuesday night
(In the past 14 years.Annual Pete) Washington, who earnedhis income or ownership of property complex near the International
Institute in Lexington, Va. Chemical Bank In ,Bartow. gave him a suspended 2O-d.y
Kill
teacher salaries have does not the suitability Airport. Cigarettes
nickname because he carried measure
He Is a graduate of the University jail sentence after Ivaldi told
jumped from 12,792 to $5,940 two pearl handled revolvers of a home Factors "With this center we are beginning i !
of Florida and Louisville the Judge be has since become
during that period he said was In satisfactory condition Presbyterian Theological! such as stability of home, love to catch up with air engaged to Immacolata and Italian SmokerTURIN
In a hospital today with and warmth within It, desire traffic," said i Najeeb E. Hala- Thursday NightRegistration
I I
He served In World .
to
Seminary head of they are planning get mar. Italy (UPI)-Pension
for by the FAA. "Now the
gunshot wounds inflicted by bit children sufficient incometo
War II as a navigator on a B17 SetThe ried. er 14 Ire e 110 Balzarelli, 64, :
New College wife. Air meet the needs of another problem is to get ahead of it" ;
bomber with the
Eighth
walked Into local barbershop,
During his brief talk Halaby a i
Washington said his wife, person good health and abilityto
Force. The plane was shot The the first settled himself in chair and I
donned 1950 was a
a pair of earphones and registration headquarters year
Opens In Fall Roslyn, 71, grabbed one of his down on his ninth minion and give training and spiritual '
time the town of lit
Naples a cigarette.
guidance to child showed the 1,000 spectatorshow for Precinct: 47, In the up
he a are important
revolvers when complained
he spent a year in Germany as ground crews control County Barn, will be open achieved a million dollar totalIn "Cigarette smoke will kill ui
SARASOTA (UPI International the lunch she was preparing did a prisoner-war. His hometown The all," he told barber SalvatoriGiannotto '
planes in the air. Thursday evening from 6 to 0 building permits year
architect I. M. Pet not smell appetizing The Children's Home Society I
said FlaAa
is Haven
Lynn 1963 total of in .
Alan Boyd chairman of the In addition to the regular daily saw a $9,600,000
Monday work his "She shot ," he said Student of Florida ls one of the agencies
on design of me secretary for
Civil Aeronautics Board, also schedule. The weekday schedule permits for the Southeast Florida ) A moment later BalzareQ. f fIn
the east campus of New College World Relations he la responsible of the United Givers' Fundof '
,
attended. a m. to 5 p.m. city. died of a heart attack.
should begin In about three for coordinating the approach Lake Region. Money contributed
months. Evening Hours to college and high locally, however will
Pel unveiled plans based on school students in the Interest not be used to finance the expanded
a "Meditrranean Willage" con Set For VotersLake of the world missions enter. work of the division. a Country Steeped in Biblical History
cept. The $11 million facility prise of the Presbyterian It will be used for work In the
Includes permanent classrooms, Alfred residents may Church. He administers the I. Lake Region territory.
labs, dining facilities and a register at the city hall Thurs board's International scholarship Where Adam and Eve Lived
theater.type auditorium day night from I to 9. The eve program for training key I
New College a private liberal ning schedule is In addition to persons to serve abroad lie is i TumbleweedWar S E E Where Cain Slew
arts school, will open illh.. the regular dally hours tor reg 1sa the hoards representative I Abel j
alt I istration.JLINDIO I on the National Student Christian
Federations' Commiiilons I Where the Whale Gave up Johah ,
and Committees. I
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Enjoys First Tumbling tumbleweeds may "Lebanon Beirut to Baghdad"Narrated
$389 3 $1144 sound poetic when put to music
FIFTH for Plane Ride but the troublesome desert
plants were cause for war Tues by John Weld
LONDON (UPI Mr.. Charlotte day i
BLACK & WHITE Leach, an year-old great Fifty men armed themselves
;?
L1.- SCOTCH grandmother, boarded an airplane with pitchforks and battled a
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for the first time in 41 wall of tumbleweeds that bad
end years Tuesday night. surrounded a t r act home development
$599 FIFTH Regular "Oh dear, I had no Idea "trapping" about 100
Extra LIght planes were so big," she said families.
at London Airport as she prepared Strong desert winds were # I '
for a flight to Australiato blamed for uprooting the tumbleweeds
settle down with a daughter that swirled across ... r .
I1KEI'MIX in Brisbane. the countryside and lodged
HIRAM' / "The last time I flew was In : against homes and garages at ', y i yratiJ
1923 when I paid five shillingsfor the Desert View Highlands
MATCHSPECIAL- a flight around the field in tract on the west side of town. '
.r a four.sealer plane."I It was expected to take a
R
was told that planes were couple of days to clean up the x
IMPERIAL BLEND technically sounder, now" she mess caused by the tumbleweeda #
BOURBON said "but I still thought they that stacked up against ,
TEN HIGH STRAIGHT I were about the same size aa I front doors blocked drivewaysand a1t.
'0' GIN I have only seen them as specksIn became entwined In the : ,
the skey since my one and tops of trees.Firemen .
only flight." loaded the weeds Into .
$10 JSMIRNOFF I trucks, hauled them into the
$369 FIFTH 3... 10-Year-Old desert and act fire to them.


Boy Killed Bonanza Stars

HIALEAH (UPI) A 10-year- Balk At GuestAppearance x
old boy was killed and a woman t h'sC
STRAIGHT critically injured Tuesday night
p v; BOURION rte VODKA when two can collided at a
corner here.
SUNNYBROOK a X4.69 Dead was Pablo Prlevo. He HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Ac-
ton Lorne Green Dan Blocker
was Dade County'a 12th traf
and Michael Landon of tele
Fun Quart fin fatality of the year.
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$399 FIFTH fe critically Injured. to make a scheduled appearance }
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I next month if the audience is

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AGE EARN The Tuesday three sent a telegram ON THE ROUTE FROM BEIRUT TO BAGDAD

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Fifth scheduled performance saying:

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have been advised that the audience -
a CLAN 4 % at the state fair coliseum Presents the 4th in Its Annual Series of Travelogues for

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RUM "Unless you can demonstrateto

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44V Kiwanis Discuss Fourth StudentIn Alligators Kept Police Seeking Barry AgainstRed I Space Switchboard Satellite


Crash Dies Man On Board, I


HM ObjectivesDuring Eiiig.LAKELAND 20, died(UPI at) Lakeland- John Downed Pilot Check ChargesThe I China In To Flash TV Pictures TodayCAPE I

General Hospital today, becoming I Winter Haven Police Department I
the fourth victim of a weekend dispatched an all KENNEDY (UPI) the earth places it !la position

car.train crash. points bulletin yesterday on The United State planned to to be able to transmit television

Meeting Enl,. of Hlllsdale, NY.. was Moving At NightMIAMI I' W. E Hewitt, age unknown I United NationsKEENE greet Japanese viewer today telephone and teletype ilgnala

riding in a car with three after he absconded leaving I .i on the first long distinct telecast to four continent

I friends Saturday night board bills at the Landmark and with I the> new Relay- Its path will allow It to relay
(UPI-"I have
must .
tog Observing the <49th< annlvers/ N H. (UPI) Sen. .
cry of Kiwanis International The car slammed into a trainat passed thousand of alligators Kahlkl Motor L o d g e. and Barry Goldwater charged today .pace switchboard" satellite. hour long telecast over the

," members of the local club a fog-shrouded crossing killing within I few feet of me. At cashed a worthless check at that allowing Red China to Join The ocean.spinning televlson Atlantic in a few days

" heard fellow members diicuM' three of the boys Instantly night, you could see their eyesgleaming Thriftwiy Supermarket the United Nations would bt program: to be producted by the

various aspecti of the organlta. AU were student at the University in the dark." Hewitt Ii believed to be driving "like Inviting Al Capone to Join U S. Information Agency, wa LBJTtPfGift

tion'a objective for 1964 apart of Tampa Malcolm Jones, 42, recalled a cream colored late model the Sunday evening social" scheduled for late today on the

itII of aa education program From his hospital bed Tuesdaythe Thunderbird with a North Carolina Goldwater told a newt conference vas 114 pound moonlet'i seventh

;yesterday ordeal of wandering through license plate or dealer'i that French President deGaulle's sweep around the earth.
WALLACE L STORY
, The eight tided municitioni .
A the Everglades swamps for a tag. reported plan to recognize com CheckedWASHINGTON
highlight of the
d meeting. Cuba Soviets Ht Ii about 5-feet.11, has i a t e 1111 e the las
and Red
part from this day night in search of help China points up more
was the
d pres. light brown hair and a light planned in the Relay series.
entation of I plaque to the club for himself and a pilot friend and more the need for revision Storey In Race
" for its part in helping to establish disabled in a plane crash. complexion and l la very neat in rf the United Nation charter. was boosted into orbit Tuesday; (UPI) Senate

the Auburndale club lilt "If I stopped for a minute's dress "Unless we revise the U.N. atop a Delta rocket nicknamed Investigator were preparing
Renew PactMOSCOW
1'., ;year, rest, they'd all gather aroundme charter," he said, "I can see "Ole Yaller" because Ui white for a change la tune today

Past Lt. Coy Gene Don of in a circle. I had to keep no reason for any Western For LegislatureWallace paint had a yellow tinge from the $SIIO hi.ft set given

ar Mulberry made the award to (UPI) Ruisia'i moving," related Jones. Judge Queries power to slay In the United Nations It was an unprecedented 22nd< President Johnson as a senatorIn
straight for the Delta
President Jimmy Gray, who new trade pact with Cuba He and Herman Lindsey, SI, success 1959 to the tangled finance
1 acknowledged the work done was In exchange apparently for were bound from Fort Lauderdale Goldwater laid "we could Dot L. Story, 36.year- old the spare .,eney'. workhorse of former Senate aide Robert G,

I, by Charles Demmg, president a pledge of lupport from Premier to Key West where both operate effectively ai the greatest Bartow lawyer today announced that also hit hurled Tel tar Baker who arranged the gift.
I Hoffa Jurors in the world if the that ht will bt a candldatt and Syncom communicationssatellites
during the year and N. L. Van 1 Fidel Castro in the Krem- jve, when crashec' power Rulei Committee
I .. assplswa United Nations could be controlled for the ttatt representativeseat into orbit. busy
Duyne chairman of the new lia'. dispute with CommunistChina In the mi with routine buslnesiit
t club committee. west of Miami In by the Afro Allan majority now held by Ben Hill Grit. Tht orbital shot was the ire its meeting today. However

,e. Van Duyoe was program diplomatic observers said bourn last Friday .w.mPI.nd'l CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (UPI) Jt'. almost ai if we .'erepl.'ln fin of Frostproof, who Ii expected end major space test of the : Chairman B. Everett Jordan,

chairman and introduced other today Soviet Premier Nikita S. Lindsey was Federal Judge Frank Wilson, into the hands of our I to run for the itattlenate. day. Earlier the manned spacenight I D-N.C., scheduled an open let-
i frustrated by delay. took over I
members who talked briefly. Khrushchev announced the long- scious In the crash which Jones the ofjuron enemy. program passed a major lion Thursday on Baker financial
Glen Hicks spoke on the re- 1 mid resulted from "lomethini I questioning todayfor In order to make the race, hurdle with the successful test record The committee'sown
e lIiou.'Ilue.. which Kiwanllupportt term trade agreement Tuesday the trial of Teamsters President -I Story this month resigned ai firing of the rocket which will .
like
a cyclone In revene..It all! Book On JFK Investigators were to testify.
eight at a gala reception ending James R. Hoffi on jury
through I regular happened in a few seconds, chairman of the Polk County boost an unmanned Gemini ,

10 committee. "The call to personal the official I part of Castro'ivisit driving our nose down. I was tampering"We must charge proceed Wilson Continued From Page One) Democratic Executive Commit ship Into orbit in Marcb."We'r. I For the present, at least, Republican

service In this area," he Khrushchev said the lure it was the end for both of said "In two full days we have "For the Record," contains the tee.Story real hippy," said astronaut member withheld
4t laid, "Include I rededication agree.menl ui." not selected official eulogies, the resolutions practices law In the GUI G r I 111 o m who comment on testimony of Insurance -

Of Kiwanii to God' will demonstrate atomic will help the lagging of Cuba eco and Jones laid he spent the rest Wilson ordered one Juror.that attorneys of the Congress adopted after Bartow firm of Story Wheeler witched the firing through a I man Don B, Reynolds
of our support of ipiritual development the & Roberts lie It a member of blockhouse periscope Grlssom,
of the night trying to cover for both sides submit their Presldrnt'i death editorial which was made public by the
1 values and reaffirmation guarantee the Caribbean country Lindsey and finally had to strap comment from newspaper the Florida Bar and AmericanBar who may be one of the astronauts I committee Tuesday
of belief in liber "against world sugar market question for prospective jurors Associations.A to fly In the two .
our religious
round the man
e fluctuation and from sabotage ill companion to the wrecked to him in writing. world, quotations I Reynolds testified that Baker,
r ty. of American plane to keep him from fallingoff lofts and five other men are from Kennedy's major speeches native Floridian he grew Gemini capsules, laid "I wn vice president of the insurance
Chester Mann covered the monopolists"Sugar statements In Fort Meade where he attended very pleased with what wenton.
into the awampi. on trial on charge of trying to from world leaders up firm asked that the stereo set
r call to personal service ai i It duct. ii Cuba'i primary pro Lindsey wn spotted Saturday Influence a federal jury In a list of the foreign: dignitarlea public schools, and has ." be tent to Johnson after Reynolds .

II relates to youth""to whom the The morning by search planes, still Nashville during Hoffa'i 1962 who attended the funeral lived In Bartow since 1D4R. lie The Relay's orbit, ranging had renewed an Insurance
Soviet leader and
future belong "Our youth Castro the order married the former Patricia from 1,298 to 4.606 miles above
inconscloui. It wn some time trial chargei. of march In policy on the life of. the then
on conspiracy
find the true meaning of cititenshlp who arrived unexpectedly in the
the funeral cortege: and the 'Parker In 1950, and they have
Soviet later that rescuers found Jones That cast ended in t mistrial Senate Democratic leader
In our action ai Union earlier thla month graveside prayers spoken by two sons, Wallace Jr, age S,
wandering in w.l.t-deep waterabout Conviction for Hoffa on the
he ..Id. "We traveled to the Ukrainian capital
adults; Legion
can motivate Richard Cardinal Cuahlng. and John, age 2. ReportsContinued
four miles from the wreck. jury tampering charge could Vison SeminarContinued
In their understanding of Kiev today for
youth acme more
Among the UPI writer represented I He Is a graduate of Florida
"They told me I only wandered result In maximum 20
-
a -
of principle of free enterprise bunting end light-seeing. It was four year art Merrlman Smith Southern College and Stetson ( From Page One) ( From Pile One)
but
miles it felt term and $20,000 fine
more prison
and their spiritual heritage not announced when the Cuban White House for admission v 11 u a 1 performance, visual
like 40," said Jones "I wish The defense objected to WII.son' correspondent University College of Law, and to the clubrooms after
but when they lee in ui premier would leave for home the service for i achievement end how a child
newt 22 years I. member of the First Baptist Feb 1 to any Legionnairewho !
I had with and asked for
now stayed the move Ire.
our reaction to the keeping of but his departure was expected who witnessed the has not learns, the modern
u..ln..1, Church of Bartow. paid duel for the optometrist
plane, but I felt we'd have cess. Wilson overruled this and
i 1 laws and our regard for our before the end of the month. tion; Joseph L. Myler, who Upon graduation from Stet current year. cm provide the vision care and
twice ai good a chance of ordered the selection of the juryto
common life, they tee citizen. wrote many of the funeral dispatches I son Storey served at assistant 1 Final plans for the sponsorship visual guidance that assures
being picked if In continue.
ship ai It la practiced up we. were from Washington; Rob- professor of law, and la now a of the Imperial Charity children of greater achievement
It
two different places; "At the rate we are going
Otis Porter stressed the unto Crisis Faces Besidei huge welts from will take three weeks to get a ert Andrews, author of a moving member of the Board of Overseen Horse Show here Jan. 29Feb In life, in the borne it
personal service" to the dispatch on John F. Kenne 2, discussed. and "
of the Stetson College were Proceed school in society she add
world in which we live." he (Continued From Page One) hordes of mosquitoei all over jury, he laid.New. dy jr., the President'i 3.year- of Law. He served 11 assistant will\ go to the Legion Crippled

celled for development of International Tuesday for a five-day visit In doctors him and found cuts on his forehead, old son, and H D. Quigg, who county attorney from 1900 to Children'i Home of Florida It ed.Dr, Getmin for yean did
that Jones had
good will by conduct a country that once flirted with wrote a detailed report on the IM2 and currently ii city attorney was estimated that each of the research at the GeseU Institute
when we travel that will en- endured the ordeal with a York effect of the tragedy on the 350 to 400 exhibitors
will
the Soviet bloc. President Se- broken left for Mulberry, assistant spendan of Child Development, formerly
foot and broken
courage friendship.E. kou Tourt ended the flirtationtwo people of Dallas. city attorney for Btrtow and average of poo here, bring known ii the Yale UniversityClinic
I H. Schellenberg spoke on ribs. Llndsey in a coma when The volume Is
printed on lag more than 1300,000 Into the of Child
yean ago by expelling the formerly served ai city judgein Development.
the call to service "to found, was from
personal Soviet ambassador on charges recuperating a coated stock and Ii designed asa Fort Meide. area during the! five dayi.General He wrote the book "How to
our nation free men all." broken ankle and wrist and Stock Report addition homeor .
permanent' to admission and
r I "We need to vigorously combat of taking part In a plot against from exposure office libraries. He has wide experience In reserved Develop Your Child's Intelligence -
excessive him. But he has maintained I government, having worked In I seat tickets are on sale ," and authored "Vis-

and regulation government" he control good relations with Peking and NEW YORK UPI Midday UPI and American Heritage Vie Polk County tax .....sor.! at the Belk-Llndiey store The Ion, Its Development in Infant
said $97.9 BillionContinued ( ) 'I announced that the book would "Miniature Mules" used to
observers expected the ties to be office, the county judge's<< office, and Child"The
and urge the use of the term stock pricei bt made available only to tho.enew.papen advertise! the show last Saturday .
Increased after Chou'i visit. ( From and the office of the Board of trmtatT bat ba setup
Fait One)
.taxpayer fundi" instead of Alabama Cat 35V4Am subscribing to UPI will again b. Men ..th..
.federal funds" to tmphulztCfcat EwandatTpa small nation of with a government dollar, per. trie an Can 43/4 newt service it a recommended County CommlMloncri. He aim North Gate Shopping Center on under the auspices of the
Rwanda was reported the scene bapa beat exemplified the favorable served tt assistant counsel for Optometrle Extension Program,
all money coming from thelOy.nrm.nt American Motor 1714 price of |3 per copy. Jan 23.
originate\ with the of fighting between the Republican conservative reaction. American Sugar 24 A bookstore edition will be the J9 J-ea Florida Interim Legislative The post la writing a letter Duncan Okla.

taxpayer. government forces and an Robertson Mid the budget American TAT H7Vi available in book and department Committee on Taxationand ) to Edwin T. Nrtlan presidentof Dr. A. M. Shefflogton OEP

I "We need to respect nurture invading fores that seeks to restore -represented a "gratifying move American Tobacco 27V stores on Feb 7. This edition Finance. I the US Chamber of Commerce education director rays Dr
and defend constitutional government the mwiml or king to toward final unity at the fed- Anaconda 47H! identical In content will Story said that he feels It ab.solutery I taking issue with his Cetman'i research and educational

and the basic principles \- the throne. Deaths of Rwanda oral level which I am glad to Atlantic Coast Lint 681* be published by Simon Schus necessary that all: candidates recent Saturday Evening Post efforts "have made It possible .

of Individual and national defenders were estimated in the support." I Babcock l> Wilcox 80V4 ter Inc. and will tell for $2.95. declare themselves on J article In which he urged abolition for parents to assure their

freedom ao that we can regain I hundreds. The Invaders came Chairman Harry r. Byrd D- Bendix Corp. 50Vi The boob nay bt obtainedat one point at the time of their i j I of the VA hospitals, claim- chlldren'i achievement to the

at least In part, that freedom from neighboring Burundi. Both V., of the Senate FID.nc'l Bethlehem Steel 14 the Dally Newi.Chief bus! announcement. lag they have more beds than very fullness of their Intellect

which II gradually being taken nations border Tanganyika.The Committee, which it expectedto Boeing 37H ness office 124 Third St., NW "There art those who when patients, and calling present ual. Dtrsonal and--- spiritual -III.heritincp. .

from ui," he concluded. Congo: The Central government clear the tax cut bill this 1 Borden 67M' elected, feel that they have I veterans benefit "a monstrous .."

Cliff Scott spoke on serviceto Tuesday ordered a week, wit restrained in his Brills Mfg. 7H Johnson To Meet been i given a license to vote ai thing" Nellen claims to be a Dr. Ingrim Indicated a guest

fellow citizen through the state of emergency In Kwllu comment about the projected Burlington Ind. 437 they please, regardless of the World War II veteran with 39 tight to which the public wouldbe
and the club $41 billion budget deficit. expressed desire of their conitltutentei" months invited being
community Province, east of Leopoldville, Carolina Pwr 4 Lt 73'4Ches.peake I service but the post was planned
Walter Zartman announcedthat and tent 450 troops there to Byrd neither praised nor critIcized & Ohio: 72 (Continued From Pane One) said "We do not think this and details would be announced

the interclub committeewill crush terrorist it said were the budget. He merely 39H the United Stales until Washington "I believe that a state representative gives him the privilege or right later this week.FLORIDA.
I. sponsor a visit to the Lake Com munist-supported. noted that if Johnson's figure Chrysler greet to renegotiate the Ii just that-and 11 to downgrade vrlersns"
CIties Service MVt
Wales club Thursday Jan. 30. Ethiopia: Emperor Haille Se- stand up the "federal debt Canal Zone treaty I such I fully Intend to vole for A Past Veterans' Night program STOCKS
Coca-Cola 113'/t
lassl,'. government laid Tuesday would rise to $317 billion" from Should the commission' decide the best Interests of the peopleof In the form of a luncheon Here are the 1pm. closings

: Its dispute with Somali ii the present ceiling of $315 billion Colgate 40% further mediation Ii fruitless, Polk Count,." will be held at the Park on Florida docks ai reported

Ruby To Get reaching "Menacing proper.ions. Cone Mills 14'i Panama will go before the full A turning point In his decision Restaurant Tuesday Jan, 28, by Francis I. duPont .and ColAir

)' ." Somali charged Ethiopia Senate Democratic Whip Hubert Continental Can 43g council of the OAS to press Hi to run, laid Story, was a at I p.m. preceding the regular Control 17%

(Continued From Page One) last week lent planes to strafe H Humphrey, Minn., a lib Curtles-Wright MH charges of aggression against desire to help stop government' post meeting. Past Commander Tampa Electric w 25'
er.1! praised the budget Douglas Aircraft 21V the United States and Invoke encroachment the fundamental Rosi Rildea ii Florida
and report OD, his mental con ti border posts Ethiopia re- ai a upon Billy Telephone 2SVi
N ditlon. plied that Somali "brigands" declaration of war upon waite Dow DuPont Chemical 251 69'i the Rio de Janiero Treaty. right of the people chairman of the event. Plant Industries 2V*

They are Dr. Martin L. Tower nd crossed the border on raids inefficiency, poverty, illiteracynd Eastern Air S5V4 -

of Galveston a neurophychlatrlit but had been wiped out or cap- disease"Sen. Eastman Kodak
113H
and Dri. John Holbrook lured Somali border Kenyaon Hugh Scott, R-Pa., a former Ford Motor 51
g
Robert StubbleJield both ; the and GOP national chairman
and east Ethiopia Ii to General Electric 8S'
add: "Thii budget Is an exer-
the
at University
psychiatrist Kenya's north.
1st In fiscal General Motors 77' .
.Ielht-of.hand that
of Texas Southwestern Medical i Gavon: President Leon M'Ba .w
would make Merlin, the ancient Gen. Telephone 13V
School in Dallas.The dissolved parliament Tuesday
magician, blush with shame It Georgia Pacific 54%
defense want Ruby'itrial In what described
was 11 an .
Goodrich 54V
mbellishei highy
by
revenue a
moved from Dallas for "
a 'economy move" M'Ba ouitedall
Imaginary $46 billion while Goodyear 41V4
variety of reasons-22 of them parties but his own from the .
ailing for a tax reduction of Gulf Oil 49% ;.
spelled out in the motion. assembly last .
were year $111 billion"Scott Ill. Central 53 ..
Primarily, the defense claims Northern Rhodesia African
i :
predicted the deficit Indian Head 16%
would be unable to get a nationlist leader Kenneth Kuanda
Ruby
would bt nearer $S billion! this! Inn. liar,. CO -
fair trial in Dallas because it appeared to be heading for
the estimated $4.1 billion. Interchem Corp. 17'4IntL
where' the President was In the SMALL fACKAGI .
Ji overwhelming victory House Republican Leader Nickel 71V ::
and the feeling in Dallas first in
slain election which Africans
Charles A. Hslleck Ind Int. TIT
was S5V
Ii that the community, not were given full voting right just ai outspoken. He laid: Johns-Msnville 52 BIG SURPRISE :..:;
Ruby ii on trial : But the territory' 24,000 whites
Thli Ii a fait buck budget. It Kennecott 79V
The motion also cited adverse -' appeared to have spurned his must have been put together Kopperi 40x If you will fake leaf a minute ..: :
local publicity and antl plea for support and elected "
with mirrors. Kroger Co. 29'/
semitism and prejudice against white legislator from their restricted I and a little cash!-about this ; :
Liggett Myeri 72'"*
Ruby. voting lists Adult SchoolContinued Lockheed 33' much tt :

Lorillard 41i -
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Louisvlllt It: Naihvlllt 19%
lean history, civics, consumer .' .
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COME TO economics, world geography, Merck 114
Middle So. Ut3
40H
Florida :
history, Problem of
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HAILEY FORD'SFriday 4 American Democracy (Including Monsanto 64V

Americanism/ vi. Communism), Mont Ward 84'*

Night r modern health general science, Nat Cyfsum 47V
conversational Spanish and Paramount Pict. 55 fI. t. -

French, general math, business Penney 45 .. _. .
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{r math, psychology, and elementary Penn RR. 28V '
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Get Togethers 't is reading. f' .
Any additional Information Philip Morris 70V4Philllpi ..

u concerning the adult school may \ Pet 4H I.! :

f:30 ro ':00 PM | t-. 1 be obtained by calling Langs- Republic Steel 42 4' :;: then I bring tt to us wt hev.t :
ton at 294-4221. Reynolds Tob 39<4
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"Look m. up 4MJw'U Seaboard Air Lint 43% quite a surprise for you. ela .
Sears Roebuck
lor
talk tart"Seamy DANNSIt Sinclair
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Socony Mobil 69'1

-FREE- CHARLES CHIPCUSTOMERS Southern Co. S4'i
Sou Nat Gas 52

DONUTS/and/ COFFEE Southern Sperry Railway 20 em


"Mtet The Friendly Peopleon Due to illness of your Studebaker Standard Oil (NJ) 78% I' <:I. ,;, 1) f.

the Friendly Ford Cornea"No Route Salesman, Home Sunray DX 33V lit

Delivery Service will be Swift 43

HIGH PRESSURE SELLING discontinued. CHARLES Texaco 71%

CHIPS products may be Texas Gulf Sulphur 21T

Com 'In And Look Over Our purchased In downtown Union Carbide 12T/.

large Stock of NEW & USED CARS Winter Haven Mondaythru US..S. Rubber Pipe 4V 19HU THEA ERICAN'NATIONAL

Friday .t V.s. Steel i 3
62S AVL A. N.W. Walworth Co. I'*
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Polk Holland Feels I Criminal Court IssuedThere I'Miami Jet

Imperial Horse Show Takes LBJ Will Win Report Pilot KilledHOMESTEAD

I were 14,295 cases filed pleaded guilty or brought no AIR PORCH
international Holland MIAMI said(UPI-Sen.Tuesday Spessard he feels In Polk County Criminal Court I I contest Juries disposed of 51 BASE: (UPIKFirst XX Norman

On Appearance President Johnson "has the Inside to 1963. and 15,082 settled or !,cases, and 254 were handled Ayres was killed Tuesday when
track in Florida and in the otherwise disposed of during the without I jury. The court or the his jet fighter crashed shortly
whole nation" in the upcoming year, according to I report filed county solicitor dismissed 1,272 after takeoff.
WILLIS
By THURSTON November elections. I The wreckage was found four
Staff Writer by Robert J Haslett, clerk cas...
miles south of the base and the
Holland, here to plan his own
The Fifth Annual Imperial The report showed that there Probation terminated in 1.S03 Air Force was investigating the
expected re-election campaign,
Horse Show took on an Inter. said the President was "a real were 8,340 traffic violations cases and a total of 1.S65 bonds cause of the crash.
national flavor yesterday with I The victim's widow and three
friend of Florida" who had supported filed, 1012 misdemeanors other were forfeited.
the arrival of five horsemen I Is children live near the base and .
Florida projects since be than traffic, and 943 felonlei. R H. Amldon Judge ofl
from The Mexico.Mexico riders at the war Senate majority leader. I In 10,137 aces the defendant I criminal court I hit parents live in Dallas, Tex

Polk County Riding Association
I
grounds off Dundee Road I."
brought to three the foreign nations

this year.represented Riders from at the Canada show 6 ONE LOW PRICE !

and Ireland are also entered.

said Bob yesterday Dillon show that 633 manager horses .",.. '

had been entered in the five- : .
4.* y tr
day show that will have $40,000in
cash prizes plus trophies and
ribbons, This is 112 more than
I wore entered in last year's
I show Mntf fllm famusmmnmm 1 rt
Despite the addition of new
stables facilities will be hard. #,
pressed to accommodate all the
horses if entries continue to I
pour In. Although Jan 13 was
the entry deadline some have
been accepted since that time.
The practice rings and open
fields surrounding the show
grounds were alive with activity -
yesterday and last night as
owners began getting their
I horses in shape for competition.The mums
long hauls made the horses
restless and the owners were
anxious to get them exercisedand
-!II' the mood for the serious !

work ahead. LOCAL ENTRY-Linda McGuire will show Debutante In several events during the
Five' horses who were unde
feated ,during 1962 also put In five-day Fifth Annual Imperial Charity Horse Show which begins next Wednesday at the I A
an appearance yesterday ..ner'a Polk County Riding Association Grounds off Dundee Road. ,
MOO mile trip from Oklaho- '
City. The horses, owned by era, it Is trained by Hadley. ANY SIZE
and Mrs. C M Ksvanaugh Among other arrivals yesterday NO LIMIT GUARANTEE
Oklahoma City and trained were Patrick Butler from No limit on milts a No limit on months
Dick Hadley are expectedto Minnesota with five horses,
be a threat in the fine harness and Cy Jayne of Chicago. No limit on spuds No limit on roads
juvenile equitation, and Robert Hagg of Indiana for the entire lift of the triad 6.00-13,6,50-13,7.50-14,8.00-14,6.70-15.7.10-15
ladies amateur events. pulled in with some of the na
The Cock Robin won the tion's top parade horses while
world's championship In ladies Mrs A. C. Randolph of Upper Mt
and amateur fine harness competition vllle, Va.. arrived with I both Modern Precision-Bladed
In 1960, 61, and 62 The parade horses and jumpers i
Cock Robin Wit held out of She will have Kusner of ts $
Kathy TREAD DESIGN I ( I :
championship competition in I Arlington Va., to show her
(I 1963 because Hadley trainer of horses A member of the U.S. for safe stopping II ''II III IIII
r r I the horse, was a judge for the Olympic: team, Miss Kusner Is II I I
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I show. one of the finest riders entered and corneringSafetyFortified ICI III
Among the other horses from in the show I t fiu tend
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the Ksvanaugh stables will be Three North Carolinians have trade-to
Thunderbird. Also undefeated arrived with horses in the road tire off
last year, he will be entered by ster and walking horse competition your car'Tuboloss
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Hadley for the Kavanaugh'sMetropolitan Dan Lee, John Killer I(
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Stables in the and James Deal all moved into iii
.a open championship: i event Included the show ground yesterday NYLON CORD BODY P/I tube-typo Blackwalls

among the hit Madison victories last John Linder of the Lazy I for extra strength ..,..,...."
year were Square Ranch in New Orleans wit another '
Gardens, Chicago and Washington. I t i Whitewalls Only *3 Mora
early arrival with a stable and impact
D.C. shows of jumpers resistance'.
Virginia I Kavanaugh daughter '
More Interest has been shownIn
of Mr. and Mrs.: Kavan Lauriein I, this year's show than In any Hurry! tn se $ies fit mpsf
augh, will show Lady of the previous shows Horse '

event the Lady three Laurie's.gaited latest juvenile victory I are entered from 27 states, SUP-R-TUF* rubber American tars DPiyfMIS Q
and
Canada, Ireland Mexico.
was in the Dixie Jubileeat For thousands of
Some of the best known stables "

Another Baton Rouge.entry from Oklahoma with In the area nation stables.are entered along extra miles of wear Just say Char 9 a Ir: !;.

owned City by will Miss be Chloe Expectation Howard., Marty Prince Losey, owned of the and Cloverleaf shown by FIRESTONE T.M. NO MONEY DOWN with tra e.fll tire

Expectation will be ridden by
Ranch won the grand championship
Miss Kavanaugh. Like the oth- 1L
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Car-Train Crash the favorites again this year. SHOE REPAIR-Kathy Kuiner of Arlington, Va., Treton NO LIMIT GUARANTEEis
the local entries will
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cher, 59, was killed today whenan Susan Snively, Linda McGuire, Fifth Imperial I Charity Hone Show. Owned by Ben
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By 73-43 Cage CountBloodhounds HEIGHT OF SUCCESS By Alan Mover

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Top- Blue DevilsRICHARD H l SPORTS:



-- By BOB HAVILAND'

Sports Editor

I The Winter Haven Blue Devil basketball team,

more forlorn over the quality of fouls called than losIng -

t I their 12th game in 15 starts, marched back from 1, = r. Up SEC ScholarshipsOn

enemy territory last night in concerted silence after a i

73-62 defeat at the hands of the Auburndale Blood. "

hounds. 1i" Convention ListATLANTA

I The Devilmen, unable to get anything going their

way, dropped behind early in the opening quarter and
(DPI) South. college administrator, unhappy
able to head the 'Hound five. ,
never were eastern Conference Commissioner about hiving to go elsewhere
I Led by the bulleye shooting of Harold Hunt and Bern Moore thinks hit for money, might try to cut
i iPINEL those cost i.
Auburndale JCHN
Etheridge
Booty group probably will increase IU
worked to a 20-12 first quarter Auburndale 'jayvees after the N.IV athletic "Thli nil what killed two.
controversial limit on platoon football before," Moor
lead. These two playen paced almost never ending ring of the Wa4LOS FIRST ifyFOor scholarships but warned that IIld. "The administrator were

the home team In every department refi whistle During the contest pocg unless costs are controlled, ml- looking for means to live

during the Initial period. 52 personal fouls were .4UL PER, lege administrators may demand money and they figured that
Hunt had eight point and two called and three technical fouls. 5HQULD FE a new curb on football wn one way to do it."
ONE Gas 7tiE
bull. Etheridge dropped The technical were called on 4 A LOMOIRI'ItY substitutions. The commissioner Insisted no
,
the F yH5 ti e GS.YAt'h'y G Vi'GNGOCR Moore airbed here today for other major controveray would
through seven point and wii coaches complaining about the annual SEC meeting which
come up at this year'i meeting.It .
called on two rule Infractions. personal touli. r4 Ac4' y NE,4XVED 7EEA50nr begins on a social note this that Florida will
The final icore was 5438 In $ AS fOOr CLG'BA'E figures
On the Winter Haven tide it evening and could run through
favor of Auburndale JV. Ed OLY.NOC : LASr.eIARCAr nit that Florida State be admitted
all Rick Roberson In the Non157Rat Saturday morning. to the Southeastern and
was Hasten found the range for YEAR NO. PU5 PENNEL 's "1 don't know how the con
first quarter. He netted five 13 point on the Winter Haven 7giq / t BE/NB Af.4 Z'ED5rcI ference will vote on the problem someone clue may make a pitrh.

field goals and one foul ihot fide, Mike Stone, Mike Dlx, A5 3 I'W.DYER11I of Increased granti.In.aid," Southern for Memphis Mlnlssippl.State and or

for' 11 points, and raised his and Bobby Townsend adding 11I OITA' ,64.61ES E. he nld. "I haven't taken a 'Somebody always brlngmn-

hand twice for fouls. seven each. pI iSULLYA.VAw1bga poll. 1 dnnt rally feel that expansion each year, but it

At the half, the Bloodhounds STATISTIC "I P- I J aw.w.u.yawr.w..4..w. there la any strong fecund and never gets more than one 'or
Winter. Rav. ti n pi tpGanrg that moat members haven'tmade two votes," Moor said;
hid stretched their lead to nine .
up their minds,
Dull 4 I 410 Thursday will be devoted
M points at 3425. By this time J.,. Batter I a 0 I Georgia Tech, one of the 12 mainly to a series of meetingsby
Ethridge had 11 points, Hunt 14, Rick Robo..a P. a 11 I a TSbilk. Moxin Girls Win At Apopka I members, want the over-all various officials of the con-
and Roberson 17. Etheridge and I k. And.rsoa : : : 11Bobb limit on football and basketball ference.
Downs a 0 4 eTotals scholarships changed from the
had collected another
KING TALLIES-Dention Rebel guard Roberson' Susan Moxln, riding Zujadah, in 14.and.under Hunt Seat present 140 ceiling to a limit of
foul for total of three f i i.b"'a'
((21)) left tak" aim of the six a piece a 94 10 fences aboard With red.shirting .
Richard King on two each. won the reserve championshipIn Equitation over 40 or 43 a year Haven's Daniels
points he scored against the Lake Alfred Lion yesterday The 'Hounds came balk from '. fg h pt up Hunt Seat Equitation over Zujadah. this could mean from 200

afternoon at the high school gymnasium. The R.b.ls cam intermission just 11 hot n they Booty xlh.ridee: 010 415 fence at the Saddle Tree Rid. Linda Moxln riding Zujadah to 225. athletes. In school with Wins Match In
85.24 for th.ir third In itarti. Doan FI.mine I 0 4 4 took first place in the Open granli in aid at one lime,
out clickedoff
top. victory
on *i many had into It. They
gone Harold Hunt a a ass
Club Horse Show Sun.
ing on !Hunter Hack Class and won a Tech athletic director Bobby
IS points to 11 for Winter Robert Colvia I I 4 a American MeetDexter
Haven and had comfortable Allen Jsckenn I I 0 4 day.Susan second place on Susan'i E. Z. Dodd baa even gone 10 far n .
a Jerry atreartr I 4 0 e also won a first place Over in the Open Hunter Class to indicate that unless the scholarship Danleli Winter
52-38 third quarter margin. Sr., of
Rebels
Denison UpendL Dar..tt Ba..ham 1 0 0 I
limit ii raised, hit school
After a charity: ton by 'Hound Johnny Jones 0 I a 7 Haven, moved into the arc
Robert Colvin in the early: moo Total. 21 11I. 14 71 STRAUB TO COMPETE XAVIER NAMES MCIICGH may withdraw from the conference ond round of the 30th annual

menti of the fourth quarter, "-I.". Hsvq II II II 1e-es NEW YORK (UP-The Mill- CINCINNATI (UPD-OCivler) ind go Independent. I American Seniors Golf Association
Moore said he did not think
the Blue Devils begin to hustle A.da'' II It U 11-71 rOle Games, to be held at Mad. has named Tom Me- championship at Bellealr
A/free/lions 85-24 and the fire works began, not ison Square Garden Jan 30, University other members would be 10 yesterday with a 4 and I victory .
only on the court but in the TENNESSEE-ARMY MEET has added Bill Straub of Armyto Hugh, 1962 Ohio high school wedded to the 140 limit that over L. W. Ramsey of
well. Six.foot lix coach of the Its defensive they would let Georgia Tech go New Castle, Ind.
I stands ii KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)- complete a ilx-man field for year, ai -
rather thin change it
The talent-packed Denison 42-12. At one point In the first pivot man Roberson drilled In The Tennessee football team the W'anamaker Mile. Straub line coach. McHugh succeeds Daniels, Florida I seniors
Junior High School basketball period, the Lions led 5-4, but seven straight points, Bobby bat scheduled two games twice hn scored "triplet" in Art Hauser, who resigned But the commissioner pointed champ who copped the Sun-
out (that football costs
team, drilling through 24 point ball-hawking on Denison'i part Downs and Mike Page added against Army, one here In 1965 the Iooo.y.rd run, mile, and are coast Seniors tournament earlier
list month high and that if Increased
to now
In the second quarter and addIng shot the contest into a runaway two each and the Devilmen and one in Memphis the followIng two-mile event in dual college enter private this year, will play A. C.
business. granti-is aid left football unable McManui, of Wlnderemere in
a like amount in the final found themselves trailing by meet this iciion. ,
scored 85-24 with five mnlutes year. to pay for other sports, today'a IS-hole match.
period, an easy The Rebel led by 41 points eight point
' victory over the Lake Alfred at the end of the third quarter to play.
Lioni at the high ichool gym ((120) and by el at the end The Devili' final period surge
yesterday afternoon. of the ,ame. ended almost ai quickly ai it .'
The Winter Haven team 1 I. The Denison five had four had begun. The refs called two
BOW 8-0. : players in double figurei fouls on the tall Winter Haven CHEVELLE !
Th* Rebels utilized the fun- forward Richard Hitchcock 19, center within 30 seconds. Both
court press to grab off a first forward Larry Swearengln IS, were loudly questioned by Winter .
quarter lead of 18-7. At halftime center Tommy Hart 13, and Haven fans. The first foul
the margin wn 30 points guard Tony Van Zant 13. Other was called on what appeared to
; point makers for the Rebels be a perfect block of an Ether
were Wendell McMillian and idge jump thot. The refs by Chevrolet

IlsionCassiusGale Richard, King S each Jimmy thought differently. The second t. .
Tucker and Donnie Myeri 4 foul on Roberson cam while

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engin'l 18 points came in three a bait, fall hands at bit lidei models to choose from.
Over $7 MillionNEW quarters lie did not play In He pulled himself to his feet
the final session. and took a seat on the sideline
YORK (UPI) The Pacing the Lions with I !. Head coach Jack Deed. MALIBU S.S. SERIES MALIBU SERIES 300 SERIES
Sonny Uiton Casiiui Clay point was Johnny Shockley.Bill rick talked briefly with the officials

heavyweight till fight at MI- Hawley added I and Gret but Roberion remainedon These two Super Sport model are Chevelle'i Chevelle's middle-of-the-line series, the Chevelle's most economical series
ami Beach, Feb. 25, nay let Steward through 4. the bench. -but don't
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mately $7,450,000 for worldwide slated to play this afternoon at ven'i fm sophomore guard, carpeting and an all.vinyllnterlor in seven two Super Sport models. Like all Chevelles, all Chevrolet's traditional value and relia.

receipt.. the high school gymnasium.The Rick Anderson, beard the refi colon A wide choice of transmission and It's.good foot shorter than big can, making bility. Full Coil suspension. Body by Fisher
That was the "projection to 10.Jordan's whistle chiding him. On what
Warriors ire extra-cost high-performance engines. Plus it easy to park and handle. Yet inside it's
Flush-and-dry rocker
tal" reached during a news conference appeared to be a charging foul panels. Your Chevy
at New York headquarter by 'Hound Allen Jackson, the a whole host of other options. surprisingly spacious and comfortable. dealer will tell you all the rent

of Theater Network Television Irish official gave Anderson credit
Inc., (TNT) which will for the infraction. Frustrated
present the Sonny-Cmlui fightto Topped Again by the apparent bad call, An.
a possible 1,200,000 person derson stood dazed and looked
at 100 location in the United By United Frees laernitlonil toward the Blue Devil bench.
States and Canada. Deedrick again jumped to his v
At an average of $5 a seat, Some people claim John Jordan feet, this time to the tune of
those 1,200.000 persona would acted in haste when he resigned technical foul whistle. I .
pay $6,000,000. Nathan L. Halp- ai Notre Dame basketball After the confusion quieted ,e .418X4 -

ern, president of TNT, ex : coach earlier this month. and tempers toned down the -
plained. Jordan himself will admit today ball game continued. Auburn- vee

In addition, the expected that he wasn't hasty enough. dale now bad a 13 point margin
"live gate" sellout of 18,000 I Jordan, an alumnus of Notre and breezed to the 73.(2 triumph sums woT CoNVfanstg
teats at Miami Beach Convention Dame and bead coach since sro0 court SwC000C eoa ssu1AN
Hill would provide approximately 1951, gave up In anger when he Another Interesting note Ii 8'"
$1,200,000 and radio, was hinged In effigy two weeks that Devil sophomore forward i
movie rights and other ancillaries ago and announced he would George Davis, floating jump
should produce approximately leave his post at the end of the ihot artist, had three baskets
$250,000. current season. nullified on pivot-foot violation .
"Live-fight" ticket. at Miami The situation has gotten even !. This was the first! time in '1 iM e M 9
I tt
Beach range from $250 to $20.WRESTLING worse since then and Jordan 15 games that Davis was C;
must be wondering bow fang a thought to be traveling.The .
i lesson can be. marathon Junior vanity 1TIete
The IrUh went Into double game, lilting one hour and 45
!
overtime against Purdue Tuesday minutes, was copped by the Locos atoAN
night before suffering a SUM wont' court ,

SAT. 8:30 PM 112.103 defeat at Fort Wayne. i
It was the lecond time In eight Snow Droughll|
days Notre Dame has lost a [ t''r ,'Y1etw.'fiwalt yex i
NAT. GUARD game although scoring more
LNNEBRUCK Austria ;,;)
(UPI) '
than 100 points and marked the ,I,
ARMORY third time It bn happened his The 1884 Winter Olympic 'f-'
aeason. Games will be staged as /
planned, even though the surrounding -
4 Big MatchesWORLD HONOR WEATHERLTANLANTA countryside looks a .oootI iIDAII
little bare In places, official UOOR"SUNGU ITATICII seams
(UPI-Joe Weath- promised today
CHAMPION erly baa been honored by the Wit hive renamed the ninth C
creation of a memorial award Olympiad the
THEZvs "Spring OlyhpleGames
LOU
la his name by the Atlanta International because there haan't

Raceway, Weather- been a worthwhile snowfall in .
11 was killed Sunday: a crash the area line Christmas. Today .
SKULLMURPHY In a 500-mile race at Riverside, the sun was shining, roads .. '"

Calif. I were ii clear 11 In the summer moos tPAnLNtE5
and the tree were beginning STATION WAGON r -
I . . .' to look green. _
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CO-FIATUItf ....V..I "It'i terrible, an official .:
TAft TIAM MATCH moaned in jest "Everybody ii
EDDII GRAHAM RYE GRASSIt's I making cracks about the situation MOM Beau as STATION WAGON
but it really Isn't all that
HAYSTACKS CALHOUN time to plant now for I bad."

Vtnm a beautiful winter lawn. Visiting team coaches helpedto
boost local morale by report-
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PONYTAIL /OUST LOOK ) / Alt GOTTA STOOPID THOUGH HE Be,Y PRACTICAL a.** OP9VKXINWT
- The Citrus Scene AT THAT SftAVK, ME'STIfSOLESJPPORT I LITTLE HOUSEWIFE'S DESERTED ME/T WHAT
ENCHANTING V* LI'L C-'MEAWMAHCHILE. /* BRAIN JSSOAHLOVESHIMAT POSSIBLY COULD H/VC
VIEW.! ABNERfIz CLICKING APPEALED TO 1 lM MORE ,
A3AIN!! THAN MONEV? _
By JACK GURNETTThe

Florida Citrui Reporter rt7:2

POLITICS PICKING IP not been briefed, called it a

nil writer's principal Interest "big yellow bell'" : : : : ,;.ll

IB the 1964 gubernatorial Then during the last few
years, the Industrial commission !a
In other wordi,
citrui
race is -
has come up with plane 1 (
have been urging for years the to devote up to a million bucksto lAf( .

Florida Citrus Commission be other projects, including I

removed from political inter am told the World's Fair in

Terence be allowed without hiring New York for the next two frI ,a. Gds

to to Tallahassee literally summers-although the commission I ,
go - ----
with out stretched palms, to ia already committedto
spend) -Its money and run the a half million for the dual tints PTOBABlV! / LETS PUT IT

citrus deal without considering season event y LOOK! LOOKING ALL / COMErlACe WMEES .
Tallahassee In any way, form, Last Saturday, this writer had SUME POOR OVER FOR A HE'LL K SURE
shape or manner. a face-to.face talk with Scott I ( KID !ASr r h IT, TO FIND ITIPALTTTLB
lvi
I have found many people Kelly, Polk County senator who HIS'lO YD ,

who .think It would be smartto has announced for governor
hive members of the commission sitting in his Lakeland office- ElI
Y
elected by the growers discussing what a governor 1 T' :'ayyeLhcN
both in the seven districts, could do for the citrus industry e / rfltllWitTHEYtL
I .
ly
one from each, except Polk Scott Is a citrus growerof
'
County district 7, which baa no mean proportions In his
two and to the four at large own right-and naturally Is Interested M
O
there would be in the welfare of the J2
posts politics Naturally In skirmishes for places deal.I (, \., if'If",,r'M_ o_.., '1',oii weH Ass,.. rr.wl y / ..r-+ o t putt

on the citrus commission which, got the Idea talking to him "When I loaned you that outfit, Marcia you didatwy (vrJ/
since the last legislature, madeIt that he la using great care In
of BOY
were borrowing one
formulating his citrus plan for you my
unsalarled Job prior to
commissioners got $10 per his platform which will be issued FRIENDS to go with ill- >7'' "en..
AND ME..AND MY FRIENOsl mu ou mu, slu..FUSH,
meeting, plus traveling meal soon Scott Is aware of AND THE mNERSI THEY u. rIND
and other legitimate expensea the Interference in the past YOU 81LIID YOUR TRIEDocere RAallu.iRECOGNIZED YOU!
with citrus affairs out of Tallahassee ...AND SARRETT Jf J-
But "local" politics down HAVE''
h) AND NALE Y U MUST
through" the 25 years I bare and be assured this Johnson Will Propose xI LLED.HIPMATES.THEM roO,. t
been observing the citrus scene writer that bt would appoint
I hsveTseen I few raw deals only men of the highest caliberto E
tried Jy Tallahassee to get the citrus commission, but f \f fj

growers' money for purposes I think, and I told him so, Aid For All Schools \
other than the advertising promotion he will hive to go much farther C') w FLASH..,
research and other activities than that. He will hive to assure o UPTHEREIt

which are the com mil' the Industry that these men WASHINGTON (UPIPreal.dent |. tion "initiating an all.put attackon ::: t
sion's realm. will not be selected on a political
basis-that whether they kicked Johnson will propose federal poverty He said it would ao rxE Two I
will the
Of course, none top i sopi
move made by the late Gov. in to the campaign kitty and ( aid for both public and Include "project grants to"meet WER DE9TSR01TMIN6AN YGU COAA.usfanMEl

Dave Cone when he sent his how much or bow many votes parochial schools In depressed special educational needs, but ANCIENT WORK Of + l]
gave no other details. ARTIUwd.g '
have rounded
.on-In.taw. Mark Byron downto they mar up areas ss part of his "war on Informed sources said the _
will not be even a secondary
advert&ing
Lakeland to get the poverty," it was learned today plan calls for a $379 million federal .
consideration.He .
account for the lit- Inclusion of parochial schools outlay over the next five E
ter'C small agency, with Cone named a number of pro In the new lid program may yean to underwrite special projects w 6IW.IB HOW OLD WLtY** 6HE LIKE AUNTY I FEEL UKBIVB
putting pressure behind him minent citrus men who be TEW,AND HER TUB MOTHER I MAeSie,6HEtL / ACED A LOT IN Toll
stir the same kind of religious "designed to improve educational ::
ned Byron went to New York claims ai supporters and putting JlGGS iURt MOTHER 39- Bl WHEN THB STILL BC 39.1' LAST FVB MINUTES/
controversy that the late President and
opportunity
to talk to the agency then ban their money where their mouths John F, Kennedy encount-- achievement of students attending ap aZ WME WITUN A YES. fllRUSIST ,
dung the FCC account and at are-but the trouble Is, I have PROBLEMT
ered when he sought federal schools In areas both urban Ik 0
the same time also handling heard some of the tame names n
grants for public schools only. alums and rural depressed
Buick and General Tires telling mentioned as supporting other I 0y
This time however, the roles which are marked by high p riFl
officials of the agency candidates in the controversey would be reversed rates of unemployment and I .,
so they told this writer in person During this afternoon I am Roman Catholic educators school dropouts, and by low per C
{
-that unless he at least got supposed to have a fact to-face have been privately consulted capita Income and educational b .
i "hunk" of the Buick and or meeting with Jack Mathews of about the Johnson propoials, attainment"The
General Tire accounts In the i' Jacksonville, who has some for. end are prepared to support federal grants would go ef j
southeast Including Florida, midable citrus support, and I them on the understanding that to projects undertaken by
they might not keep the citrus am going to ask some pertinent parochial schools will participate "atate or local educational == dd /
business questions of this gentlemen as agencies, or by public or non 1
Then a little more recently to what be could be expected If opposition develops, it will profit private agencies, organizations 1 t1
was the raid on the citrus ad to do for citrus if he is elected come from Protestant and Jew. or institutions This

funds to finance the so-called governor, lib groups fearful that any use would permit parochial schoolsto
"baseball dinners" at Tampa, I will tell you more about : of public funds for parochial participate n IIU

supposedly honoring all the this meeting come Sunday-unless I school projects would breech The U. S. education commit BLOW
baseball Importants in the state be comes up with something the "watt of separation' between stoner would choose the pro
during the spring training season of spot Interest and then church and state. jects to be supported from priority -
-ibis went on for at least it will be In tomorrow pap In an effort to minimize controversy list submitted by state N
two ,or three ,eara. erThe over the church-state educational agencies
Then with Tallahassee pressure Curnett family owns issue, the administration will The total fund available for
some years back the com about 12 backyard trees, we emphasize that its program Is grants would be apportioned a, Ik'Y
mission spent several thousand have no Interest in packinghouses not designed to aid schools, pub- among the 50 states in accordance FI
dollars for the moulds for the or canning plants I am lic or private, but rather seeksto with a formula which I
Orange Bowl trophy and furnished not a buyer or speculator butI use schools to help poor takes Into account both the
the trophy for several regard myself aa 'eyeball children break out of the "circle state's population and its per c \ a

years at a cost upward. to deep" in the citrus Industryby of poverty capita income. Poorer slates
$2.000. Not once did the citrus the very nature of my news Johnson told Congress in his would get more help, in proportion .
commission or the industry get ssslgnments and my confidential budget message Tuesday that to population, than richer ..kAS
any public credit for the trophy news letter to the citrus industry he would soon submit legisla states. I 111
except the right to buy 50 or -.-so anything that Is goodor ----- --- -

so tickets st regular prices bad for the citrus industry

I can well remember the is good or bad for me, so I'mIN Mrs. Tippit Says She Will / AorvTiwr T7/C arrxAavrJr cWev,AL yG4NAD THE Two DEPtmg. ereioc sv o TNEJAIL $000ENLY"'
first year the commission went the citrus business /! ,HlADYMY 41 AYAT AND
for the trophy The late Harvey i
Henderson of Winter Haven I CITRUS IS IMPORTANT fin -
was a member of the commission i Just yesterday Mrs. Gur. Use Money As God IntendedDALLAS

-and it will be remembered nett and this writer en route 0 ,

be called a mass meeting 'home from a business trip to (UPI The widowof I stopped counting two weeks ago x y
of all growers here In the i Bartow stopped at a local restaurant the police officer killed in the contributions totaled $600-
old Grand theatre to ask the for lunch. While 1 14946

late Nathan Mayo, the cornmissioner knew the place was well pi the hunt for President Kennedy'a Mrs. Tippit, wearing black
tronlzed by citrus people for assassin thanked the nation -
of agriculture, to activate shoes a dark dress and hat
what was generally known lunch-as well ai for dinner_ i Tuesday for more than and a string of white pearl.like
as the '"32 cent law"-a law I was fascinated by the fact i $600,000 and said she would try beads, at first spoke with hesitation I1

which laid the commissioner that with practically every to use the money "as God intended end with tears in her
could'set the minimum price seat In the dining room filled eyes.

that could be paid for grapefruit I could Identify at least 75 percent But as the conference
progressed
and which Mayo Invoked of all those In the place Mrs J. D. Tippit 35, spoke she seemed to gain

as a result of the local meetIng with the citrus Industry. at a press conference she called composure. I I r
only to have the courts And of course there were to her gratitude for the "I sm indeed grateful for the IT MUST ei ABLE AT THI* UATBWHY CO TOU THINK WSLL,PHYLUS* FATHER TM6 IONS, ; TOOK
express TO ATTAwJ Pt.I IT WILL MACl-l THe |TWes PEOPLE Off WITH A & BT KMCTION Of THI, *&iNLOOTl '
throw -it out as unconstitutional some faces I couldnt Identifyand endless flow of contributions concern that was shown for ui TNB AMTFwR INCReO'' t.wAa AREA Of ANOUA IN// CAME ACTEC TNt I RATHER IMSN TV** HAVIiTtACKeo
within a few days. they well could be citrus I tr:2: SHIP 14 CI0.1N6 ALL PRINCgSSF
and we shall try to use the ow e/ceu-EMT DOwN IMS reiNCEs* t> MKBH6
I drove Harvey to Lake people, too. And they were not which poured in from all over money as Cod intended us to :::0 fITRUAtIRp TRusT D PeBP.n Tlnv l { fV THB MI PesO! Of He*

Wales ,sn New Year's Day to all local citrus people at that, the country. use it," she aaid I I Iloll MZ
consult with the late Lou Kramer some had come up from Au When a special police detail "The amount (of money) exceeded m.
a grower leader on whether burndale some from Lake AI anything I had hopedfor
of' not he would preside at fred a couple or three from in the way of financial : II
the TTISJS meeting either the Haines City, with Lake Wales help," n w)
next or-second day On the way and even Frostproof was represented Quotes Mrs Tippit said she had exchanged tr:2o I
back I tuned In the Orange as well ai Lakeland letters with Jacqueline
.
Bowl..game from MiamI. One In fact, it's possible if all Kennedy, She would not reveal "
of the"'plans to bring publicityto the citrus people had gone out From NewsBy the contents of Mrs. Kennedy's j
the industry was to have a at the tame time there would Th. letter except to say that it was :0d: IIf}

Urge paper made orange have been more waitresses and "quite personal and warm,"
brought out on the field. The hired help in the place than customers United Press International The press conference was

two opposing captains were to WASHINGTON President held In the patrol assemblyroom
be furnished with wooden This Is Just mother point In Johnson, at a White House ceremony of the Dallas police station
knives. would claim that citrus la highly welcoming Prime Minister basement where her late ,
They ostensiblycut my aNWIDNT'Yt tANNtD tri TAIx A.OUr I oct THI MONMMUl VUn.nl I HAVt.
the orange and the queenof important to Winter Havenin Lester B Pearson of Canada husband began: his tours of NERD '/U1T MIAuS! IUAS TNINN, rot YOU I' MM AT vet tNHANCt Of j
the Orange Bowl would step fact citrus la about the main noting that the U.S. and duty wettt N man iNAT WAS A i0AMILtso t1u scar wvf wnN MI! IU THAT NEW APARTMENT 8UIIBIN6,MAR. C
IMSIDll"THAT
:: AND MOOW Ml
out. reason for there being a Winter Canada share the longest unguarded It was also a short distance MELTING, IAN. THAT Eli, DARUNO! 'PDe TNt y'I'M
During the half-time cere- Haven border in the world: from the spot where Lee Har- YOU WANTID'AA Tof en TO otNErn AND rA Of 'MM.ocTNooivc AsoEx i

monies with Ted Husing! veterinCBS "On that border we have no vey Oswald was slam two days ouetTMY1M 1,
to(
sportscaster describing PLANS TO STAY HERE aoldiers We have no weapons. after her husband was shot. :
the festivities they rolled Had a chance yesterday to We have only long and enduring When asked about that, she

out the orange and Husing said: meet for the first time, Win friends." replied:
"And ter Haven's "Yes I remembered where It o
now they are bringingout relatively new city
," ::a
a big yellow ball. Harvey I manager Cliff Ryan-and foundwe DALLAS Jack Ruby, answering was ....
heard that and bad lot In We
ahouted out almost a common
questions for newsmen :t
loud enough to be heardin had worked in the same Ohio about his shooting accused Legal Advertising
Miami: "You damn fool, towns. Hi had been having a presidential assassin Lee Harv-
that s an orange" It had cost curbside chat with City Com Oswald
: IVOTIC'SC
ey or
the commission several hundred missioner Virginia Foley Miller They've been using the word MAku .ArPLIrATIIIN'fJr.NTIO'' 'OK wsnAL TO

dollars just for this one stunt and she Introduced us '1ft", about me and that wordis *l .' "' '.".StHSa61u ; i iI
and Musing, who obviously bad I was Intrigued by his statement not In my vocabulary I have IN fit: fcSTATK J _
that regardless of the never used the word 'angry" I WILLIAM M. StNSABAUOHmmutrairix -

Card Of Thanks length of his tenure as city was more remorseful than TO ALL WHOTJ rr LAY

manager and he is consciousof angry' Noll. IsCa.rs .. 'III.... that I 0w L iirtQ j
the somewhat high mortality h... III.d my anal r.port a. A
WE wish to thank the Rev rate In that position, Mm gon. DAR.tS.SALAAM, Tanganyika 'ham! N., 8>at n..Ih.b uiih ntat. dintawd"wi nl Wih, 'i
Douglas Jensen, RD. Hodgesand na stay right here." What he -Preaident Julius Nyerere t d'h:: filed mv potion, lor: SI
for meant that he planned final I *, ana that 1 wu
our many friends their come speaking to bit country by radio
apply lo Ih. Hon Rn-h.M I A Bronnn 1
kindness and condolences In the hell nor highwst, to stay In about the army mutiny and riot. County Judit. of Polk Countr. -, I Qx tiPeCULtc I NO
death of our loved one. Winter Haven which speaks lag there and denying be had cry riorlria, ISM, o.lop the approval IIMK. day. of of th.,urn.b...- '
well for the town. And I wish fled the country: and: ear final dlKharn ai Adminr".lrtal I N
Darling; We will miss you as I II!s MUt M William:
the months and by him a long tenure. By the way, Fabricators allege that my /? ffeuabauili f d.c..... I
years go you hue until Jan 31 to reg whereabouts were unknown, thatmlnlst.ra' TItle ftlt day of January 1M4Si .
and pray that some day we will /"/ ,.lla W nubatwh
liter at city hall for the county whereabouts were unknown Administratrixof
in that home be'ondthe
meet you and city elections One regIstrstion ; that there was no more th* mlal of
skiet l does it. After Jan :31 government Such adventures William Deceu.d M fvuabauirkHarrr

TilE FAMILY: OF you will have to go to Bartow could turn a small event into a E: Kin 1.11. to

HOWARD PIERCE I where you can also register bigger one than it actually was Attorney H.At..*,LawWlnl.r ma.Ma .
zia now, if it i handier at the beginning." I L 1*. a 31 1M4



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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((8)) AutomotiveJerry c I (I II-A) For Rent Unf. ji3i|(( ) Real Estate For Sale (1131 Real Estate For Stale



I Smart Junior Size SEVERALGood I BC.DROOM: HOUSE ci", .in WELCOME TO
I-.S mmth. Dan WInters. builder

Dressesfor territories open, Custom CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST 4-1I1L LY: t-lta J.rry Mardl.27.TF CY Friendly In Beautiful

1
era to ice our exciting new

line. YOU how them and cars (BEDROOM Kltchrn turnl.hf-d mwty Jan-rhyl rdi>nirat$53""t West Howard Estates LaHa Wa ManorDo

Spring big weekly Income with AVON. 0 LOCAL SERVICE a month CT73E 31F

Just 4 minute from downtown

4 b1Junior Writ P.O. Box 1395 S buill BR.In S.'segs bath ft horn eves with. O.L also Winter Haven Bus to all you seed 4 bedrooms that

SAVE braaklaat bar. Lam lot ft amxrMldrntlal ichooli New 23 Si 4 Bedroom
House Lakeland or call 682-4137 MONEY. a. SAVE TIME area Walklni dutanc are very ipaclouiT The bedrooms
to tlbrt Elementary School homes ready for Immediate oceupincy. and living room bv

Minx Modes 12 24 CALL slit 2I4-42M.PIcas McElroy Bulld.n II.TF, parquet floor This home feature
TODAY
Will rent with option to buy luau mahogany paneling
Eden Roberts EXPERIENCED .ool or (Ilk fin- FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO In dining room and Florida
Islet or vlll train Apply Haves.dais BUY -Bedruotm. 1.bath bouMwith Your first three months ren .
at Cleaner, 14(10 Havendale O.E. built. .... IW.00 per will mike your down paymtnDrlv room, silo draperies through
Blvd. U-M month with 60'* ipptlnl aralnndiwn out. In the kitchen you will find

QUAUTY CLEAN CARS UPHOLSTERING *4-43 yment.4. McELROY KIJlLtvER8. II-TF out to thli beautiful area dishwasher, Nutone food center
_
WHITE ...lIro.* wanted Immedl today Wilt Central at Lake and tuiltln oven 4 range AU
ably 8 JuIJvr'ACOrTAGE H v1t.roT: \ 'f; Deer Drive See Allen Dowd of the kitchen
and evenliu* CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank ftranclni VINE UPHOLSTERING EX- SB: til 00 month to mllahl e..... cabinet art
I RAM AUTO>> SALES Ml PERT RI>;)'lN181i1Nt). Complete pIe or small family CY ...10 art Tract OHic enameled fialihed This home
SHOP HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Special SrI 81. IW :2 -ll74. S-F>.b. I .brio .flection WOLJra t'PHOL8TERY .rltOp.m. 22-3: i.t I I. large and located on a '100
Room and board furnl.had plus SHOP 214 Av.au A. ; JOHN G. WOOD ASSOC.
ft. lot
Road HO.00 Salary per week Infer w> 81i:. CY 1-2710 PayMihLDM. fronting on (th Street
tOO Cyircti Gardens man 40 year old. Sin II.. lIons 1180 CHRYSLER New Totter VACUUM CLEANERPARTS U-Ja. SI 1 ((12)) For Rent Furn. Developer Builder SE. A wide concrete drive lead

Open ) AM. til 1 P.M. CY I-C4M. Ml Av*. O. 1'11: W H. 4 Door Hardtop Tinted 293 2317 siteS 294-240 up to a lirg 2 car enclosed

17-2. window., luxurou origin 2122 garage. Owner I I. anxious to.,
EXPERIENCED wallreei ....nt..4.lIu.l si interior, radio, heater, A SERVICE for Kirby, Painting PaperingRepairing i sell
Hoover El ctrolu and all othir 6"I.l
IM wet and d.prndabl.. automatic tranamiuion free pickup, d.llvery and sell'nate. EXCLUSIVERENTALS ON CHAIN OF LAKES New' 4
Apply In penon bstwe.n 1.00 p.m.. power iteering power . REYNOLDS VACUUM E bedroom I bath he.me 41erreinfd .'
.
rAMOUSZOTOS I 00 p.m. or I 00 p m -10 00 p m brakei. whitewill Urea, CLEANER SERVICE.: Phone porch doubl. earner 'i 1IJ:" 1 ,.U,I r
I
Rundown Reiteurant. Ird 8t CY do'k. West .,d. Lake KI.Iee Hoo".r -
HUM. Ml L J McCOY Quality workmaiuhlp
; AT. K. SW. >. low mileage, was $1935 f..t. clean and reawa- Boat CY l-4.tIJ CY 30012. 7.TF 11eaI c"t"-e

>1.. Phone CT MMO. Ill 4tk t S bedroom rum home, extra TWO LOTS ON LAKE ARIANA
NOW $1,745 DAY NURSERYHAPPY Strut, Jan-Phyl Villa. ** 17.Tr nice has "'a4)16S'WAllEN _
COLD ((2-B) Loans $1,000 Up I1* i :200 each. On far-
Furnished apartm.nt 1 ft S bedroom age apartment one baa Iwo story

WAVE *. boat houa. Phone WO 71530 Au- SECKEL, Realtor
TIME: NURSERY SWIMMING POOLS bumdal 21.21 .32BEAUTIFUL .

NEED CASH? PlnckneyOldsmoblle 430 AT.. C SS I I brdraom horn .......-.._ 1100 ...
CY S42 TOUR S S bwlroom I bath horn. Fla. t-BR 1 TIle bath, DR. Bnakfa.
$11.95 lit Mortgages MOTTO CLEAR. PURE AIM pool ....t- room .... ......... .. .... ..... Id room Paneled LR with atone fireK'ac. nl.hld. In FRAME!: HOME POre

2nd MortgateiAlso Used Car Lot .Tindar Laos Car SVTF sri i .and Phone automatic anytime cIt.m'H. CYJ'REHa
Vera CooperS Agreements of 111 POOLS CY I-7U8S. 17TF SEE tri. I car faraie, 131 I IM lot MB. 23.85I:
bought told or arranged ... Comer of 3rd St. st the oirrlooklnf Lak. Hartrldi.. Saul< -
S united Time I e : JACK JILL 13th Bt. NW. Call :31-0773 for ap-
a> NURSERYMonth BEASLEY REALTY CO. UiMiimiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiliiillliiiliuI '
water lower. pomtm.nt evenings w.krmliNEW
I Year AIDS
HEARING
SaloaIII FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. *M Mb St., MWCT IJ.II:
Country Club Btanty Monday thru Saturday
Dtmdea 84. CY: MUt OF WINTER HAVEN none CT 3-747. 1JI Ave C. IK. S-IMI *r CT *-M'l imxlrrn S-bMroom retiren I You |.

SUCratralAvi. CYISW oJ3. CY s-itu POLK CENTER IS-TI .n Clone-In M4 av*. C !
IBALCOHOUCB HEARING NE \\l.c W3M 12.F b. id
"TJ' Coker Bldf H Ird St, NW ONE N.wly Dacoratad furauh.d = Looking For I
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ANONYMOUS Catnllna Mr Hardtop Phone J9J-I8M: : 211 Avinu. B, SB .
M POINTIAC auartm.nu S
LOVELY tAhOE I B droora SpanUh 5s
394-1447 ((4)) Lost & Found AT.. RAH, PS. PB, wiwUk SALES SMRVICEREPAIJIS > CY I-10M 17.TF Typo home Cypress Oar- Small down payment a
IlMtlnct Tuteday, '.11 P.M. sew Low mllaaie, 2M43M1M1 3. Repairs Alterations : IATTk.RIItII"TI' dens Ar.a. Florida Riom. C.ntra 5 Small
County H.tlth I Dtpartm.nlSri 17-31 H.aL 111,MO. CY 1-0011 12-TF monthly payment =
81. and A'.. D. MW LOW of Pest .2Cblel. WILL share my .Ics Mburban 5 8.E. Section =
!.11'a.1l to N. .- hams on Lake In frov* with rnliable -
UKOASSiriED Return
P.O. Box fice I _
n.T* VOLKSWAGEN white, 4.lulO, ALTERATIONS REPAIRS: TELEVISION REPAIRS retired and coni.nial man s Then you have found It. 5
radio, fully equipped. II.HO. 1JON norlda Rooms Aluminum Die- My wIfe dud am 10Del,. Han Modern : Se. this I bedranm
DISPLAY 4th St. .K. 141-33 count 8al.i Co. Inc. CY IBW4. boat kicker. color TV .1...... No ont s
House Trailers 231 bIb St. SW. 13-reb.. 11 rest .hare uillltlaa, food and B Ranch Style bath home located en s

((5)) BELAIK CbAn'Ol.t eonr.rtlbleAuto choral Would consider elderly mar- : 110x143' corner Jot Lou S
IOU ned couple art.. Auburnnal.Rt. ..
tranimlialon, power brakes WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL JTAILITB L Boa S<0 er phone WO .31182.. HomeON : o( shade tree with bar S
1MtJr.; J.Jr, FOR SALE:I W'&JO' 155 Pathfinder and iturlni radio h at.r, good TELEVISION SERVICI 17-M: | hocus pit. Economical oil
l-bdroom 4710 tire*, molar excellent Body M a4lhap 40 ACRES OF LANDloon
---- front kltclwn : Coat furnace for )lINt.
Hiltway. Lakeland' $300.00. Phone CY I-M71 0.1 Nit. $ S
New Tamp 'fYI" FOR RENT DUPLEX: APARTMENTS -.
a-u9flty --- WHEEL CHAIRS Down
M 31-31 for rent Ales : =
M-M payment II 1300
IlorldL / FurnIshed or Unturo- Eeny, 11.ln. .1 .I.I'EPT: OAKS:
WutO ..4 *r Common1 Soda,Godfr Crutch.'v'. Ranlala. Walt 1St ,..4C $t .S.W; r J, "t lih.d Phon CY I-73UI.: 27.TFI lUNCH. Hom. has S bedrooms 2". -: and monthly payment of =

allck CY 1-3411 17t Av*. A, NW 14-lY Ope!" M .t.' beth. 1mb. 1 dinIng room. fire.pl.ea B only Ml.27 includes UxM g
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Wttrf Rtpeili ((5-A) Moving & Storage 1151 CHEVROLET Moor ROOM dup,.. at 146 Labs Jaul lame ha Room, terrases
,
.hi ft. RAH Extra: class. I1MOOSOI Drive' Available F.bruary ilL modira hitches with built and WI 'IIIOI. s
Kortk' Lake SIlver Crlv. CY In even ft rent, dishwasher. I I
:1062.: S3-3I ALUMINUMSCREEN Adult a..re...-... No pt* Contact ret r..",.. ... ft lar.. utllltv. D o'P 1 Call |
RuaieU
17 F.b. IT IMPERIAL MOV7NO STORAOfc JORDAN TV SALES ft HER VICE owner at T42 across *trtJ1TF will, 10 acr*. of lbs seth has bee Frakes

in Prompt and movlnc..fftcllllte.need .Call for 1t5. CHEVROLET Moor. Good NORTH GATE IIHOPI'UlGCENTER tested Ideal ton a*cllru.Fort. All MoatS thl* soil for coW*nd : Evei St Sun CY 11S31

I 4-41H fend eeUmelea.Aiimtl rubber. Good second rar 117100, ENCLOSURE: AWN. 14(1.OM wlnhea r
for *
( Instructions CT TWO THU .dmnm and S
I.AI) : illOw toortr
for Atlas Van Linen 11Ie. Call collect Barley MS-M30: slIer I. INO ALUMINUM DISCOUNT Phone 2M-K50J room apartm.nta. Furnished and ;lee' horn. wllHI .
numbS all M lInteL M-TF I.00 p.m. 1131: SALES CO. INC. CY MSM 211 FASTEST TV SERVICE: IN SOUTH unformatted. Phone CY 1-:142: JO atree of land without home TowN COUNTRY 1
lib Bt. BW aF.b.1I 1-11 JW..II: toe IIJ.OOii'. FIrst caner od.nd \ ,

U.S. Civil Service TestslMm UIT MIRCUKT: Station Wagon S.. u* today It can't last.I 2TflMqotIIli\lrcE( \ \(( (ttlt( \\

'women, lid Start high ((6)) Special Services Equity: ol of IUOOO$25 and per aaium.Kymrnia montk.. S IT ,YOU-KI DESPERATE: AUTO SERVICE AVILVAOEOPGARD1INAPARTMIINTh FOR PARTICO- I Beasley Realty Co l!!3.Jg4I lsi&Ae.JiLlQLaUi/ ) J

al IU2N a weak. Preparatory ; .. PB. IO..I between LAR PtOTI! I. i A I bedrooms. 134 eta tt NW
training until appointed. Thoutandi CUSTOM MADB DRAPE AM 10.oo a m. soopm. :%S w, TO MAKX A SALT: BOWEN MOTOR WOOS Hwv IT.forth. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifii1S22,
stItched Cummlnx. Lake Atmd 17-" -DODGE- 23-Jan.. 22 CY J2737 CY I2S7I j
of jobi open. Experience ALTERATION Blind M10 Hickory TRY cLASSIFIED: Authorlud Factory service On :.
rnod.ni oulpnunL 1W1 VOLKSWAGEN pulse Al condition Chry.l.r Plymouth Lane.r LAICEP'RONT FURNISHED 21.231 :;
usually unneceiiarr. FREE Information MMSchoteer A .
NW CT S-W6 Mr* BARGAIN Owner snorIng north.
'UI>O.OO. S23I A.e. S, N W 1 THEY NEVER FAIL Valiant APAATMENT. VtUIII. roam.shi. -
la 'Jobi, island, requlrtnenti 23-lan. MINCOM1 CY M1M JO-J1 FLOYD ROBFRTS MOTORS w.ekIy r5lsa. M8LLIKSMOTEI S-lMdroom (eollv..I." from I). *.
Writ TODAY giving .. 231: Sixth it.. SW 29M10 U 6. l 7 Nerti. 29-35. FOR SAI.B Vine Rants Area bath honda mom CB Purchawdn.w :
EvA: THOMP90lf SOOKEEEPU(13eEvlcL : PHONE: CY 12W 17.1'.11. 17 I Modern I b.uroom bernie lisa than two y.ar .... In-
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aim, sddreu and phona. :liii Inc000s. Tax Plion.CT INEW.. WARM. LAKESIDE: APARTMENTS . IW Dowa ISO per rnonih ...1." 117400. will dillT.r dead
Lincoln Service, Box A1379 c/o 4-1100.. A. I' NW."J'.b. 1 L Id.al for lourlit. Cor- CY 1-<<111, *TFBEAUTIFITL for IUOOO fnrliifKi retIres. I..*
Newi-Chiif. n.r Lake Howard !)rlv.. 770 A".. nr la lMll.rln,. IB awllon.
TAX SERVICE: Lake D. SW VIew of two lak.a Sundwk VIEW FROM THIS CY 4-M4, 1>34
Lake Shore Way Glenn L. Bwlmford\ 21.21 LAKEFRONT: HOMEOverlooklnf !
Alfred. 138 I.
eppo.lt. Bank of Lak Alfred. ((10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sate Uk. Elbmt S-Bd- DUPLEX APARTMENTS .
((2)) Help Wanted S-bath. air Tarnished or unrurnlih.4 Lak.
Weekdays M 00 p.m. Su"*** FURNISHED: nr. UNFURNISHFDEIFICIENCTES room lapse carpet fchlnp Halihl ..... Phmi. CY
lawn
conditioner itov. 1rr1..tlolloboat
D nham
100 p.m. to '.00 pm < and IWj BED! I-730S.: 17-Jan 17
Ward 20-7.1. USED REFRIGERATORS: : . ROOMS. Nice lane airy room. lift and dork All lnclud for
AAA XanfM Washers Drymrr TIRE SALE! Conv. il.ntlr hosted In Old Postal only 123.KM on 'all CY 4-174 or Bate-I
CHAIRS CANED AND' aEWOVPM .eH.. TV Sole Stereos BuIlding I Call CY I-MH er CYM1I7. drive mil to :2W E. Lake Ellen A home of prwilim and dlrnllr' E:.
with can. or fiber rurt EDDIESWOOD ; Air Condltlon.r. R.condt- "TFtBEDRCOM Drive and deal with the owner. cuil.st condition One owner prop-
The Amrlean! Automobile AMOS.. SHOP pliene TR 1-1"7. tlnn.d fully |uarant.*d. Terms. 21-:M SrI,. Unnor |*';n*. tuprrtlon Inll -
Ptnlaula Motor Club b.. opfnlncfor SIM: From 1211 ft Up. JOHNSON Famous FirestoneFactory 'd. nftxri wanted Will takesmall
aal.i norcmntatlT I* Winter AITLIANCM Lak. AUr.d house on Hh Street hoij** aa At.wn vavnnont. I
Harm Lalt.land Bartow ana.Esetllmt Phone 173.111 MIUi 172-1690 ID EloIse: 111.71 w.kly. CY 1-41\111. SIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUQuiet (larar anartmonlt rear of lot..
: opportunity for m'n ix- Animals & '' Seconds 22-34: Out of Stai o n.rIII .
portioned In public contact Very (6-A) SuppliesONE U-TT 1 i Ave. D, VItrnnn
attract! Inturanc rn.n. COMFORTABLE t-budroem cottar $1.1'.
For jrr.IIl.c Mr Anlln YELLOW Rani.hood contains fan Moat Size .. oil lake Adult only CV .
MU S413a Lakdand. ll-U: PAIR Urn India Bit* fIlter and light R mov.t amass M362 II-Tr = m AN ELECTRIC: :

pearecku.C\FW9rlr. Call after and odor fait W" .141. Regular : Enjoyable | HOME!: CI,.... K al. ('...". Clewn
WANTED: WIlts lath! b tw... n- 5 30 psi. 22-26 Jack Prater's $43 3tO-8p.cl l |33 J3 ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES. 50% OFF FOR RENT: rurnlih.d apart Half ...11. BY OWNER. lit
: MO IrS St., NW m.nclo..llI.. Call W. P.
..
40 to u I 00 ant A" C. MB n-M
to 100 :mor I'on.lebtlg.., *. 1 40Itnatlain PURE Brad Miniature DsorhundpuppIes. 83-34 Tonally, Off CY S4KM. lUa CY | Retirement [
OM J12S .
,21 00 CY I-
slIer: .
tlf (M. 31.23COCIC'UI'L Special Ite,. List Tints IMO 21 TF
I EXCLUSIVE LAKE ELBERT
andd.p.udabl. LIGHT oak Silvertone I ipeak- Living I II

.W.ltre.- alllO-dl.h..b.r.Nest ((7)| ) To Buy or TradeWE USD FORD COUNTRY SEDAN er HI.Fl with Grineo AM.FM FURNISHED Rentals AtHEIITOREALTY Srawtnalft ESTATES
round
Apply In pinion LaMond' eetufl.ant. Station wagon, radio, heater year I In thin neat clean :
uner. Call HA 23250. IITF S4I W. dnlral Ave CY
Cypi-ni. Gardens Rd II1-TF automatic tranimii- tiammiSTORES ThIe spacious S BR I bath .horn*..
4-234 21TFBFAimrUL i CB home at 3081 Av*, U. = Ideal for Ih. famllir that dmlrlprivacr
and fui
WANTED: Bfautlclan Prefer BUY nd appliances sell used lion power steering, pow. OIL BURNING elrrulatln hfat.rMm =i NW Its in area of : I In an *l nt soIling. Mo4-
appllanon
Sanlor Apply A Rlfnt B autr allure and w* er brakes VI low milesge condition, 13000 WIde tr. drall.r S bedroom home ere built-In kllch.n I air Condi,
Salon, Cyprtu Garden Rd or call and furnltur. Brook AppliancesI i anle l tIres and wheels, Adult EverythIng furnIshed Srvnnal slice homes, convenient to lonnri. S rar carport AvaIlable
>>4-2UI 11" Furnltur 2M1 H*.andl. Bivi.1TV. One owner Wn $1295 $II.(0. CY 14031 Iii Halls Av. Othrr rentals ATKINS.PUl.l. stores 2 bedroom, cow A prled accordmily tN 44th' aSt.
East.l Lake 30-23; ESTATE .. foil!.
.. lib Street A Av A SW REAL SERVICE > tiled bath. bright and
CAPABLE bookk per for permaui.set itEFFICIFNCY
CY 4-111 17Frb
petition with cltrui firm In SPECIAL $1,095 rEEDLESS: top toll 110 00, P.at E i cheerful kitchen, carports EDNA WATSONREALTOR

South Cmtral Florida. Mall re.um. ((8)) Automotive In.muck rl >I rln yard_>. mdliw. 11500, CY Tr.*UK1U pull _ 21-22 : APARTMENTS i and utility room . .
to Boi A1J7I N..e confldtntlal. M-M at reasonable rat... Meld >
rtpllt cry *.r
FREE mr equity In air condition PinckneyOldsmobile I USED TV SETS A* I*. Tan. SINGER Automatic: ElfZac tlk yin, all utllltlo furnIshed, 34-hour i Out of Kit owner 121 Ilk St.. NW CY d-4)4".
Johnson 110.,. buttonholn wllchboard air conditioning end = has been 39750. -a-
II Falcon Wa OPEN W WINTER HAVE: pavm.nta Auburndala WO 7.SMO Appliance. Lak* AU..... 172-113 fancy d.ilni .to All without at. b......, THE LAKE REOinl! i =
E.t.bUoh04 all whit life Insuresee. I alibis only. :20-23 .U tachmcnta Balanca IM 72 or M DO HOTEL IIlh Ht at Ave. B. NW but la open to in OFFERS NEED: a Ihra bdroom two bath'
debIt ...ney. No IS WMKI tralnlnf Quail- BPFEDOMETFR Techoin.t.rComplels Florida room built in Mom ,low .
flratlona: marrlrd age :M to 40 xnrlce and mw cabl.a. Corner of 3rd St., SW at the ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bid MALCOLM TETREAVLT | down paynvntf LEONA' ERA
Call dt'trtct .flc. In Lak.land" L ft 1 !."Ica. IM Ith Bt. SW Hlfhchalr Chain Saw RUBBER STAMPS For check (12-C) Mortgage Loans ESTATE. IM Av. C SB. CY HIKTr
MU S44M 41.S3 ,CT M3SI 1TF water tower. Floor Pollnhitr. V. Ill) IT ndvram.nt (If nature Eve. k Sun CY 3-S07I ii CY .24U.. 1113,
RENTALS. *0l AT*. a. JW.2&oT1' other purpoM alao datlnfRucondltlonad
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Phone CY 7847 __n__ __n .t.mo. _.1. __"., r
ALUMINUM IRRIGATION PIPE .I..p.. 'l'PRE" ',ito:;"'CT" ............. BUCKET; MINDED ,
... 4-am. III silo month includ esoo.r ythlnc I _
Are.
LIke now Compl.t. w.bit.r A. NtV. T' TOWNtpCOUNTRY'2lTMaqnoiia
Wat.r-Ml.r System for 10 acr a. Folks! Like Our i ) bed..m srroee po,.,_. CleanIn.Mane .
Main, I' sprInkler lln". Call r. [ I* today.

AUTO SALESMANDAILEY (8-A) Business PropertyWAREHOUSEBTORA7E &_1-7417 after 1.00 p.m. ll-M Chest Type ApplIances)'.....r. KELVINA-PHILCO Mortgage Loans [ ctaimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiMiiii5 rj1rJ'mn LIiinLLuiUInUIS 1 rrMijWl S Bedroom 1'% bath

TRY DIADAX TABLETS formerly TOR wrInger wuh.r. MOTOROLA : a 7todrmm. 1 bath.
i D x-A-Dirt. New name, same formula 17" portabl. TV. Trma. j thera's a rtnon ; Low dowa payment IllI"':: [hlpamenl. _
SPACLS! Only 10 Tatter Drur ELLSWORTH ..
APPLIANCES 2334SO : s wide variety of
Unit. il' 30317IOOR money
a 23 |100 month. Lak* Alfrxl.
11 n M. 11)60 mo tlt. Wlntur Hav I sources FHA and W122 d Badroom m bath
FORD CO. '(l Boat Storaf. 4Jnd Street, NW Samplw Sofa. rhalra, Ishi. > OAL. oil drum cnmplrt with VA mortgag money Call Jerry Mo.d" CY 1-1315 0'
CY M293.: 17-rib U 1... lamp. ate .1 00 up.T.rm. flttinrt and maul ...Dd. IK: 00 Dan Wlnl.re CY .lt3I. 23TI'(14A ,
\ available .
and
*. Warehouse Furnltur *.1.! .. CY M1M 20-TF Saving THIS COULDBE
ONE: STORE LEFT $3 *th It., NW l-3f: { Loan mortgag money,

I I In New R.tion Hotel BuildInf I [ too alto, ii!. Inaur- ( ) Lots i Acreage
: ,
Has opening for 2 top salesmen. You needno "rr: conditioned I b autl- I II WITH PUFCHA8B Elirlrlc\ Carptt of BIos flhamnomr Lwotre.rnt SEWING MACHINE r SlIce company mortgage IT I I I
I fully lliht.d
Ideal for ,
real l III at.
for .
only II 00 day John SourS
automotive experience but you must I Insuar.er any service busIness Hardware per 20-23 REPOSSESSED loam elected the Modernizing the old I rbom ACREAGE
,. requIrIng a 4 Inot double door type loin belt lulled to
have a desire to build a career and future. A rear eauance Call CY *12. HOTPOINT 10 ral glass' lIned .'.- 1.1110 new Zl| It*. Mak bulb.holes ....- your need whether for has become big bullIMII -
familIes of I .
1533NEwT.Y : tomatle hot water h".r IwrnII00 monograms. fancy 4elll.. Growing acres Him A UP. 4 acres
.., ... No attarhrrwnta Aaiuma I pay isle or refinancing tea find aolutlon to I37M M acres can b* dlvIO-
ELL8WORTK ui
Must be married and willing to take direc month. f sid : '
jS% town balance /
REMODELED CY S-U30: 14-23 m nt* ot '1.:11I.: tall; 2>2-4.'iMI IM *
Town & need So _
Country their why III.
STORE BUILDU404T It-It: J ipac ,

tion. Guaranteed income while training all t too1 Door Spue Win laa C benefits bonus and a. la or divide In Down....* winter ) COLD DOES lOT HURT to ace if It bit the potential .
Seendragon.
employee including Havra N 4th Street, NW .. PetunIa Carnation Pinks i I7t ........ CY S-1141 of fulfilling your It SUI SL, NW CYlSiMCHOICB
Can CY S-MU. Sir PRINTING LEXICON Calmdula { Since 1MO -
plant 13-TI
doa SHAW
monthly incentives a -Traffic fight...E'O.*. 1731 5 :At.............._...._..__..... dreamt It feature I BR,
3 bath, and living room RrSrUENTIAL: LOT *.
((9)) Business Opportunity NO. It MAKEREADY )i I -13- with fireplace AIM included Cypress Oard.na Rn4. Owe.e
ALL INTERVIEWS CONFIDENTIALAND BLEACHED map)* dln.lt cat r house will ( ..... Call JMM34.TF
U rue mod.rn twin budroem I I. a leptrat

FOR LEASE!: Amerleal Oil S.r- Mcinl( (t'luitmtnft' endsdifleetisne 2 set, mahof aay dooDle kadnwm *atCY ((13)) Real Estate For Sale which rents for $M pr

BY APPOINTMENT vice Station now op.n doIng cool ", I I. 2 "7HI. JJ-M: month. These properties, 29 'Lots For Sale
n.c.tury
bualn>H For lull dftall contact wcited Lake Elbert, _
Mr William, MU S-Ult Lai.Und fyp f..... wli. If b *ut.5 2 MOTOR SOMTTEIU: Only } near
Up la IM mil. pep InlIne fa*. IDYLRIDGE VIEW are ntuated on a one acre .. Drive out to West Howirt
Call CY 34111Ask For til* pr.ii .. *uur* thiS U 2 DRASTICALLY
lot will finance
FOR LEASE Drive In Restaurant REDUCED: : Terms Owner Estates: today Only 2 blocks
Good location. food profit fully print! pr.,..r.,. arran,*d. FIRESTONE' STORM OPEN HOUSE For an .ppointment to see West of Lake Howard on Ceotral. -
4th Bt and
MILES KEMPF Sales Manager call equipped 4U4M1 for ....... Informant. Los. A. SW 2121 this offering, nil Select the lot of your
Halne
City lt-U: WYT $9,950Out
ti Vacuum eUanar AOtool. Sells Pearson choice tart your horn lit-

FOR SALE Body I .. FantaatM .1e..lnlJ pnww. Allen Dovd will be thereto
Shop taulomem en
|1M Tarots.
Haveodal Blvd
with l..... ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES Turn
PIcas Auburn-
dale_WO HU. avtf Ii IiI 21-24: right Hit St or Airport Roadto LEIS BROS. unit you.JOHN .

HAILEY FORD CO. I lit paved road on left, or REALTORS
MOTEL IS SmIte. I eld. I G. WOOD
170.000 IIS 000 down years Boot Len I ( I O-A) Bouts & Motors call .. KOfl Sixth St., NW

104 I. CENTRAL AYL 2t3-4111 eetlo. (. Wlpter Ha... CY I-M7 loTI'. X I CY MTU Z2.J.D.23 Opposite mJirrEvn Nortf Cite) & ASSOC., Inc.


IT Flahlnc b at. I HP motor A Sun WO 7-2711 Developer Builder
GARA'.E: Body Shut and rilllac llevsaeee.sw 34-322f ,
stat 'or .. ...... j traIler ItT x ir vail leeb utility 'LOW DOWN' PAYMENT W4 Mmonth
M
2223 Aubundal WO I rm.li*.l U 3t\ I I : j trailer. 2M-U71 after I 00 p m21U. ,' l-f'droom, 11M 'rooof.. 3-3311 Nttes m-t
wood Prlv., NW. 21 :a I 21-23
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Paao TwU' WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Wednesday January 22,1964,




"SUPER-RIGHT1 SHORT SHANK FULLY COOKED


WHOLE or

HAMS HALF 49c
12 to 16-Lb. Avg.LB.

'III 1 '.f., e e"SUPERRIGHT" :

? 3f WESTERN PORK (Loin Half lb. 49c .



f .:.'>.:i?;;;:;;_: LOINS"SuperRight" HALF RIB 45 C 1


,... ___ 4 to 6-Lb. Avg.
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",,,,,,, .
.' Jane Parker
I Speelall ; Heavy Western Beef Rib (First Cut Ib. 79c)
1 PUMPKIN k

Middle mm mm *

PIES! Cut B 1BlLB.


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MAKES CONTRIBUTION City Manager C. C. Each \\ BONELESS GRADE A QUICK FROZEN TARNOW'S PURE PORK
Ryan, left, maker a contribution to the Parker-Gould I! YOUNG TENDERTURKEYS SMOKED H. C. 't
Memorial Fund, sponsored by the high ichool Key Club .,., '- RIB STEAK ,
I and receives a "dollar for scholar Uy" In rtturn. Bob ,-: .,..- "" SAUSAGEFREE
.
-
'
Mu$ .lwhit. accepts the contribution. The fund II I for the : --
purpose of affording college education to worthy local yam.
SAMPLE FRI. & SAT.
students. A deor-to-door driVe for the fund li scheduledfor 1 LB. 9 9 ,/ 10.18 Lb.
Sunday. Spteloll 39
Jane Parker Avg. 1 lb. 651

Russian Military Aides POTATO
Swtft'i Premium By the Piece AllgoodBacon "Super-Right" Canadian

II, Return To WashingtonSHREVEPORT C H I P S Bologna Lb.39c ... Pkg: 89c Bacon &: 2/79


La. (UPI- Jurisdiction of domestic police.
Two Russian military sides The commissioner said he 1-Lb. Box EXTRA SPECIAL! WHITE HOUSE

Shreveport who fought i police stand-off department with the to here.wanted find" out to They question"what said they're the they Russians doing were I (ICo"t.i"l,.... pkgt.two, JIg?

boarded planet today under the just "taking in the sights," and E Mel k 6
CANS77c
surveillance of officer and re produced U.S. passes restricting I
turned to Washington./ them to the city limits. 1 vap.
The aides, Lt. Col. A.V. Udalov D'Artoii said "I think the
an assistant air attache, federal government certainly '
..
and Alexel Chlzhov an employeof own it to the citizens of this ... 1 EXTRA SPECIAL! ANN PAGE PURE BLACKBERRYreserves
the naval attache in Washington country to keep them informed \ !& \-.A''s 3 .' :
,I were questioned by Pub. I of visits by officials of a country S
lic Safety Commissioner George such as Russia." fruCbeV4t\ z LB.
D'Artoli Tuesday on I downtown It was obvious, however that P 2 59cAn
street.Irked D'Artoii did know the two Flavors for : JAR
because he wai not In. aides were coming. lie had two
formed the pair would ba visitIng men waiting at the airport SaVersdl ... .
the city, D'Artoii asked when they arrived and he kept ute ------- --------
them to come along to head. the Russians under surveillance ,. \3" ': : .
quartera for further question all the while they were in town. \ I
ing.They The two were probably restricted PO8hcw'\ Qu"i FRESH FIRM REDTOMATOES PAID
refused. \\ 50
to the city of Shreve- l STAMPS
D'Artols said the two invoked port bee. u a e Barksdale Air CRISP "
diplomatic immunity and informed Force Base a Strategic Air 'S With thl. coupon .nd puroh.M of
him agents of a foreign : Command base, Is located -. f I Sckick StolnloM Steal Injector Rotor
just
government are not under the across the Red River I '. ,, + .'( ::: ,::-r.--' CARROTS Blades"F; $1STAMPS I lCeupen
-- --- -- ,of I .. ,.....: I
2 LB. BAG tood 'hro..gh lu"d.". I
Civilization Catches Up C j' .Lnuuy atth. I ISNt


I With The Apache IndiansLOS 1=DELICIOUS, F1RM/' Ea. 19C Ctn.Ea. .a 19 r--':':Om \,. 'A' ":j I


ANGELES (UPI) and know when to stop," said I ,, m I
Civilization has caught up with the Apache judge. "But one PAN EASTERN ROUND WHITE i;Hwith thl. .upon and p"'"> of m\"!\
the Apaches. They now have a thing bad about my people Is &; PL StaiRloH Stool Double lit* .'
tribal traffic court. that when they start drinking, J Potatoes 10 LB. 3 9. I j| Blades :,', 7Vc' WS ,
An Apache. judge from Arizona they go on and on." BAG "n. 1-.14 al!
27 -old Dennis Nelson Coupes.ed through Sunday fl,I
year .
The situation la made worse, 3 I "u./ Mr **
Jr. made the disclosure he laid, by the fact that Highway For 1 OO araE-Krxr riiriiH i'
Tuesday while attending the IDAHO BAKING .._..__
I7lh Traffic annual Court Western Conference Regional at the through 70 the runs San 50 mile Carlos straight Reservation i '':' j
in central Arizona I 10 LB. 59c I' ;: ;
,-forma University of Southern Cali "Some of my people feel that Potatoes. BAG ; : ..
Nelson la chief traffic judgeof because the highway la on our K|
the San Carlos Tribal court. reservation, no one else has I '.1
He said traffic troubles for the right to use it," IBid the 1 YELLOW COOKING :I I Y Jane 1510 Parker. 00""Tender n. "Aa.ol.h..r Food M P,I
.
Arizona the Apaches state began law was when pissed an judge."A drunken Apache driver c. 3 LB. 2 9 c : Cage 'r,1-:, 49c i!+,
lb.: ,:1957 allowing Indians to takea off on the highway as I 0 n S I ..X. 1-Z5-M Ksrancntaiu. j
drink liquor on the reservation. though no one else Is there. Fatalities BAG i Coupon J.n looMrou.h,," lu"d", I II
"Some non-Indians can drink take. place even on a IiM = _= ..I
straight ten mile stretch." I **"!
Nelson said that at least four A&P APPLE SAUCE i

AA Will/ Meet population."I ed traffic for cases the. reservation's a week are report.10,000 A&P GOLDEN CORN NESTLES MILK CHOC. ALMOND or CRUNCH rr; ; PLAID

have had a hard time Interpreting 0 A&P SAUERKRAUT 391 STAMPS
jn Avon Park law to my people CANDY BARS Voth '''I. coupon and purchiu '
who would rather be ruled by O IONA GREEN PEAS Pkg. of 10 IiI| JOM ,".Cracked
ancient customs than modern i Bread Wheat21c' I'!,
,-'Alcoholic. Anonymous law" he added. 9 IONA DICED
memo CARROTS
Jan. 1 tS t"d"t:
pni... from throughout Florida "But the day will come whenwe SULTANA PORK & I BEANS or IONA BABY LIMA 0I Coupon good -: ,
ill gather In Avon Park Satur have enough educated nu.ry

.day, Feb.AA 1"Sobriety for the third- Plus"annual Apaches outside world.to grow" along with the Mix 'Em I l-Lb. 10 1 ,Kit M if! i: -. !!! .. !

-Roundup.The meeting It sponsored by I orVUTCH 6 CalB 79c B EAN S Can Jane ParkerInstant

South Central Florida AA memben. -
and will feature a na 'EM Stuffing
tionally-known speaker and two SPECIAL! SULTANA SMALL STUFFED

Other throughout Floridians the I State I In AA known cir AlP Yellow Cling PEACHES or Sultana Whole .
IOV I 02. 69 8 .OL
lick:
1 lb. 0 LIVES I 2
9c
3
: 'he at meeting s p.m. at will the Lake get underway Byrd Green Beans 4 (:antk1wD.re 79C Jar Pkgs.

Lodge; Conference Center three
tntlea north of Avon Park. More i ... ,. ..... t.CKoy Chow Mail
MACARONI I.e Stt lied I >
than 300 persons are expectedto d. .. ..........
attend. The public la invite Kitty SALMON For Cots 4 t-M. seas eft GIEEN MAS k CIIIRY .10.... pl.. Jte NOODLES IVi-ei. tan ZTelird. Your dreams come true with
L.Ckey SOY $*UCI ... tea battle' ".
,. ",,
OoU Kl.e Face I Fr.
ed.The Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation cl.! ONION RINGS' ............. *.ac. n. POTATO fAHIM .... 2 12.... ,k,.. n. L.Ch"AN SPROUTS ..... 21.ac. Jte : PLAID STAMPS

I I I. agency with Program headquarters, a state in M.rt..'. ._ 2 14-oa. Ifc JtU-0 6latl ...... 4 J+s. pkot. ese L MMf Ch.y(...CHOW.......MEIN..u.... ,.|". ... 37, lHfO/ .OAT' AHNnC t HCK. TIAuper CO.dAe4V, a+t:
Pit
Avon Park, will hold Nfopolltae CRIAM n.
house at ita inpatient an hospital open I 1' SniklM' CheeeIe. lofty Crocker Puffin IISCUITS t. ee. lOa laCfcwf VIOHAILIS Chee.Saoy.,.+....... 1.'". tan JJ. Markets
from 1 to I p m. for former patient Chip" COOKIIS .. ....t 7\'.-... ,h.. lit Maiwoll H._ ImtaM c..... Maker l> Irl kt Sail I
and others. G... M..... FLOUR ...... S-lfc.. .eef I7c 10 On. otCO.FlI.......... N. St.1t IlIACH" ..lanno'ry.......... ,al. .lau H Ita > ;" ,):- -- -
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A 6 P'S 12 PK. GLASS ANN PAGE PUREHONEY ANN PAGE i>rlco. In this' .d".rtl..mont ... food through, ,'f yMr-flrtMar .hJ.turd.y 1
John Crisp i Funeral Home ALE CATSUP214Oi. J.nu.ry 29th. I kl Jaea.ry, de'tf.ry.t I

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I 201 First Street, South I lEER Ea. 3 J ar 99C 37C ISO LAKE SHOtl WAY LAKE ALFRED HA. 1'.J

Winter Haven, Florida
AJAX LAUNDRY DETERGENT NOTICE MARCAL TOILET

Phone 294-4141 Se Off Label l << lOc Off Label l /A j<< Last week of sale of 10-PK. 99'

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