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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
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MISS AMERICA ARRIVES-Miis America of 1964 Miss Donna Axum, was greetedby University of Florida's agricultural ,,, Join Agreement

Dick Pope, Sr. (left) and Dick Pope, Jr. upon her arrival at Cypress Gardens this Of Constitution extension service announced
I morning She will be at Cypress Gardens today end Saturday and pictures will,, be made today it has developed a
new orange by crossing a tin- GENEVA (UPI -The So-
of her water skiing end surfing during her fwo-day stay
PIERRE S.D. (UPI) The i Belo and a tangerine. viet Union today raised the
24th Amendment banning the The deep.colored fruit, called price for an agreement on banning
poll tax was a part of the U.S. a page orange, resembles a the spread of nuclear
Holdup Afc Havendale Constitution for all practical medium.sized orange in size, is weapons by Insisting that
purposes today as a result of a easy to peel and has a rich France also take part
last minute race between Georgia
sweet flavor
added their
The Soviets new
I and South Dakota for final
Scientists It Is
eapeddlysuited
lay ,
demand to the condition they
ratification Moon for eating fresh and also made Thursday and reiterated
Store Nets Pair $133Two South Dakota The state ;
Senate suspended won. its rules Into may juice be suitable concentrate.for processing s'r,'' today Its that projected the) West multilateral also abandon

Thursday and passed the resolution The new fruit ripens In October .< nuclear fore (MLF) If there iso
unidentified Negro men i I the robbery by Harold Macon, '! woman came Into the station unanimously 34-0. Georgia and reaches Its peak in a
one brandishing a .38 caliber i attendant at PoweU's Pure Oil and told Macon she had witnessed almost got Into the act when November Its developers predict dissemination be agreement on a non-

blue steel pistol walked into Station at the Corner of Eighth I a holdup at the Little Its Senate passed the ratification it may become an early A. A. Roachln put, deputy to
St. and Havendale Blvd. six Star store. Macon then called resolution unanimously ..ndIent
favorite of fresh
season fruit
the Little Star Food Market I I chief Soviet disarmament nrgolator -
unidentified the
blocks away An police it to the House for speedy lovers.
14D5 Havendal Blvd. NW, I action Semyon K. Tsarapkln,

shortly before I o'clock last The 24th Amendment waabrat ... told newsmen Moscow will "in
I Inbduc;; dot on France being part of a
into the US.
night held up the manager
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Heart Senate, where it began Its long Concert VISITS GARDENS Gor. Ferris Bryant and non dissemination agree
and made off with $133 in cash, Transplanted Slated BRYANT ment."
march toward adoption, by Sen.
the Winter Haven Police Department Spessard Holland of Bartow. Dick Pop, Sr, are pictured at Cypress Gardens during Franca officially It i mem-
reported. The administrator of the I yesterday's filming for an NBC "short short" sports featuring bar of the Geneva Disarmament
In the store at the time of General Services Administration Here the famed White Angels preciiion boat teem. Gov. Conference but has never
the holdup was the dote manager Patient Lives An HourJACKSON (GSA), upon receiving notification Tonight Bryant alto took part in filming union of the new participated. It also refused to
Daniel G. Clayton, and of ratification here, sport boat surfing, which will also be uied by NBC tele sign last )'ear'. partial nuclear
his wife, both of 2830 Ave. U, i will formally certify that the vision network. test baa and is developing Its

NW.Clayton I Miss (UPI)-Surgeons During the transfer and amendment has been ratified own deterrent.
told Investigating of transplanted a heart Into while being sewed In place, the by the required three.fourths of Tsarapkln himself, at aa Impromptu -
ficer Alton Boutwell the Negroes of the states. news conference after
I
the body of a man dying
came Into the afore and heart failure Thursday night. donor heart was preserved with The new amendment forbids Windsor Castle Back Aday'i conference session, tied
got beer out of the cooler. The transplant heart beat for : chilled blood pumped backward the collection of poll taxes as a progress on t non.diisemmatlon
When they came to the cash an hour before the patient died. through the coronary sinus requirement for voting In primaries agreement to the Wet keeping
register, one stuck a pistol in which U. the large vela that and tltctlons for president tiuoWir' weapana out ot Cermta'
bis back and said, "this It it;:. Physicians here said It was .drains the heart itseuV vice president and memaw -. bands.Ixfhulon.
Clayton handed over $100 in bclie\ed to be the first 'heart- The university old a 'force ofpCmM *" f..,*. .."."n" rw To Defend Jump Title / of West Germany
cash from the register and $3 transplant In a human.Officials ful, regular beat" was Immediately Thus for the first time sine from the MLF "would be a
from his billfold Mrs. Clay at the University of establish with a single the birth of the republic, a I step toward solution/ of this
ton's purse, containing about Mississippi Medical Center told shock of an electrical 1 instrument. presidential elecllon will be By TIIIRSTON WILLIS rived at the Polk Riding As problem," he said
$30, was grabbed by one of the today the donor heart "ultmate- held this year without a poll | '" r Staff Writer aaiallonhow grounds yesterday Tsarapkln added that Gar
bandits. ly proved Inadequate for this "Unfortunately, the dimensions tax. Windsor Castle winner of ',i and aas begun practice to many must be designated a
The only discretion on the patient's requirements." of the only donor heart Actually, the victory for civil last year's $10,000 Concentrated defend his crown at this year' nuclear fret tone before the
two robbers was that one was "The fatal outcome could not available at the time of the pa rights groups was small. Only I Orange Jumper Stake, ar- Imperial Charity Horse Show, Communists will agree to any
tall about Meet, and the other I be reversed," doctors said. tient's collapse proved too five states still have the poll x I, --- I Owned by Mr. and Mrs Sam system of observation posts on
short approximately 5-taot- Surgeons said they were gratified small for the requirements for tax on their books. And states eel E, Magld of Mamaroneck, both sides of the Iron Curtain
(. The two made their escapein to confirm however the considerably larger still may require the poll tax Withdraw NY, Windsor Castle outclassed
Clubs
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a car parked in front of the that procedures previously ent," the university said recIPI'1 for state and local elections. the field of 28 horse
atore. No discription of the automobile worked out In the experimental Surgeons said this Alabama AU)'. Gen Richmond _. .- I In last year' event and will
was' given laboratory with animals also are must be minimized( In future Flowers ventured that It RENATO RUOTOLO be a prime favorite to repeat
The police were notified of effective in man. operations of this nature. I (Continued On Page t Col. 2) I SundaySaleBld this year. I 'Digit Dementia'So.
University surgeons hivetransplanted Tonight the third in the Winter The big black Jumper cost Formed
hearts In more -- his owners $90000 two year I .
7 Youth than 200 animals] over a periodof Haven Concert Association ago and has returned his cost
Groups several years, it was reported Nixon Sure Candidate Now winter series of program will Four Winter Haven private price several time over. Endurance By The NumbersDES
; be presented when the Orchestra clubs have withdrawn their petition plus perfect form have

The identities of the patient San Pietro of Naples, Italy, asking the city commission made this beautiful black a favorite MOINES, Iowa (UPIV-
Join In Rites and the heart donor were not Ii heard !In a repertoire of tale .to allow Sunday liquor at horse show through 'The 484-07-7439 (50359) 283-1313
He He'll "
Draft formed Thursday
revealed. Says Accept chamber The which had been out the United Sheer (511) Co was
music. petition,
The university said the David Kelley, a horse owner to write letters to the fed
Representatives of seven congregations had been rushed to patient the The orchestra, composed of submitted to City Manager C. trainer and professional I rider, eral government and the telephone .
sponsoring the an operating room in shock, dyingof NEW YORK (UPI) Former that It Is gull possible for 21 young Italian musicians of C Ryan withdrawn more than a week.ago No, Is expected to be in the saddle company
was yesterday
nual Florida Chain of Missionary terminal heart failure. The Vice President Richard: M. Nix a man to win the Republican exceptional ability under the direction when Windsor Castle move The name is made up of the
given
Assemblies at the First nomination in without reason was Into the arena on the final day Social! number
operation toot more than three on practically stepped Into thecontender' July bavng of Renato Ruotolo Is The clubs whose officer Security sip
Christian Church, Winter Haven hours including one hour on the entered any primary If of competition. Although Sundry code number, telephone and
the
circle signed the
on Feb 911, met during artificial heart-lung machine.It Thursday there Is no clear.cut decisionIn making its third American tour petition were Feb. 2, 1 i. the date of the telephone area code number ofIs
the past week and completed began shortly before mid night by announcing he would the primary elections] as to and at !In the first two, Is being Winter Frlcrson.Haven Nichols Elks American, Moose Legion 110,000 Orange Concentrate president and founder, Robert
plana for the Youth Programto night and was completed early accept a draft for the Republican a real strong front runner. acclaimed everywhere. and Florence Villa Elks. Jumper Stake, Windsor !Castle Hullihan.
be held Sunday, Feb. 9, at I today. presidential nomination.In It was suggested that this Is After its appearance Tuesday They had requested that the will perform many times before Ilullihan said he formed his
p.m. a* part of the assembly.The a nationally televised interview where Nixon would) com in and night at the University of liquor ordinance be amendedto the big event comes up. company "In a spirit of surrender
program for junior and Nixon said he may the former rice president said South Florida Theater in Tampa the Saturday night closing Yesterday wa* the busiest. to the digit dementia of
senior high school students will First Semester "reappraise" former conviction he would not "reject" a presidential Theodore Hoffman, music hour to 2:30: a.m. Sunday from day since the Imperial Charity government[ and big corpora-
be held in the church IOcl.lhaU. that a man cannot win the drift adding however critic for the Tampa Tribune, it* present midnight and allow Horse Show let up office at tone."
where the Christian Ambassadors Ends For nomination without entering that he did not said the orchestra the show ground off Dundee have the
in the 9,582 a "anticipate" It. "presented sales Sunday from 1 to I p.m. movedInto "I Men handwriting
participating primary Looking at his own standing, a fine concert Sunday sales are banned under Road Van after van on the wall, and it's all num-
program wiU be the Rev. John Area Students Nixon appeared on the "CBS Nixon said ha was" "aware of "The approach of string the present ordinance. the ground a* horse own- beta," he said.
Wagner D.D., Lutheran Church Evening New with Walter the fact that I do lead the playing is clear and crisp, and --i (Continued on Page (, Col. 3)e-- -- -
in America, Dr. John Randolph The first semester of the Cronkite." polls" yet wonderfully warm creating
.
Taylor Southern. Presbyterian 1563-84 school year ended today Two of the three announced "I don't think that's surprising. the opportunity for clean, expressive .w. rWa ward, ,' 6vS .., y .
; and Mr Rosa Page for 9582 school children COP contenders ensemble work," Hoffman "
Christ Chicago Gov NelsonA. Alter all, I received 34 mil /
of
,
Welch Disciples In the Winter Haven Area wrote.
Rockefeller of New York lion votes In 1960, he said.
soloistYoung of the host Schools with many of them and Sen. Barry Goldwater, R- But he conceded that he does The Orchestra San Pietro Is ec
people taking semester examinations. Ariz. made up of 15 strings, a flute,
will' extend the welcome -currently are on the primary not "have anything going for ,
church
According to Lee W, Lange two oboes and two horns. It '
a member of Hope Presbyterian campaign trail The third me among the professional I
ton, of the Area School Office, contender, Harold Stassen of politicians." i is a successor to, and an outgrowth
will read the scrip
ture lesson, one from Memorial enrollment in area schools Ia I Pennsylvania, has not taken to Under the circumstances he of, the Virtuosi dl Roma rr ,,
and the Societa Crelll, the first
66 students from the same the
up hustings
I Methodist will offer prayer yet said the likelihood of a draft Is i
and members from the time last year. Nixon agreed flatly! with the "very, very small" of the virtuoso chamber orchestras t
to be brought to the United
First Presbyterian will Introduce Staler u. ,

the speakers Trinity Would Both the earlier a .
Every Taxpayer Benefit groupe were ,
the mod
Methodist will furnish enthusisstically received but ,, war
erator for the open forum period I
neither has won the plaudits of e

Punch following furnished sandwiches the by addresses.sponsoring and cookies Tax Cut Bill Ready For Senate the Ruotolo Orchestra programs has selected San from Pietro.characteristic an extensive 1*t r r,

churches wiU be served at 6:30 repertory embracing +
will then attendthe I lti
Those present r
music from aU periods and
first open assembly pro- I WASHINGTON (UPI Sen-I to Jan 1, and the balance on 1 Johnson had counted on these school. The featured soloist tis
Continued On Page 9 Col. 1) ate tax writers laid before ![ Jan. 1, 1965. I revenues next year and feared WIU be the flutist( and oboist. ,
colleagues today a ills billion Senate leader hope to start I their bet would push bit "roan.Deny" .
tax cut program approved after budget further Into the .4s
a confusing windup to more floor debate next week or by
No Frost than four weeks of labor. Feb. 3 and steer the bill red.At Fruit ShipmentsDaily '
an afternoon season, the /
the Senate
The member Finance Com through by mid February
LAKELAND (UPD-The morning mittee completed work on the Prospect for final congressional panel put the taxes back undoing I csrloadmgs (In boxes) I s a!
temperature bulletin from biggest tax cut In history passage by March I what It bad done at it* from the Fruit and Vegetable
Lakeland Weather Bureau: morning meeting and tossing in
the appeared good Inspection Division:
Thursday, voting approval U
Forecast for peninsular Florida to S. Final committee action cam $5 million to boot. By rail 20,740 grapefruit, 9,- s ss sr
for tonight and Saturday: only after a frantic day of on- The committee had voted to 573 oranges, 98 9 tangerines, *,' ,
Mostly cloudy and mild with off decisions repeal the 10 cent excise (00 temples 932 tangelos by .,
Resume ef previsions of Tax again "again climaxed per ; w er
night and morning fog north Reduction Bill will be found OB by a 9 to t vote when levies on luggage, handbags truck 42,Ml grapefruit 23.110 7 r*
and central districts. Partly page .. the panel reversed itself and wallets, Jewelry, watches, cosmetics oranges 187 tangerines, 11995
cloudy and warm southern districts. I restored! cut approved earlier furs, mechanical pens temples, 177 tangrlos 88 banyans
Occasional shower extreme In the day in a host of federal and pencils and certain musical ; total I. 63,381 grapefruit,
north tonight, spreading The top priority measure. excise taxes instrument It restored 2 .683 oranges 1,153 tangerines
into aorta and central districts $400 million larger than the bill Enraged by the s rie of last these, plot a $S million reduction 1.809 temples, 1.908 tang- a;:." -, .' ." -
Saturday Lowest temperatures passed by the House Sept 23, day committee votes repealinga approved earlier by exempting los for a shipping total of llif l Concentrate
of last
In the 60' from excUe' tues ticket BACK AGAIN-Windsor Ceitle, winner yur's $10,0000"9.
Saturday morning would slash tax rates for virtually whopping $451 million in lev 709 boxes.
Future temperature outlook: every U.S. taxpayer and ks. President Johnson hopped to "live" theater perform Cannery receipt, 63,718 grapefruit Jumper Stake eonteit, arrived at the Polk Riding Association show ground yetterday and
Cooler northern district Saturday I corporation. Two-thirds of the on the telephone and dispatched ances. 348.154 oranges,11,256 tangerines immediately began working out. The $5000 black beauty Is owned by Mr. and Mrs.
night No frost danger reductions would be effective emissaries to Capitol Hill to The net result of the adminI for a cannery total of Samuel Migid of Mmaroneck, N. Y David Kelley waa aboard Windier Castle lot year

Uurousb Monday, Uui election year, retroactive tight the excise cut*. |Continued I, ( on Page 1, Col $) I 423428 boxes and is expected to bt the rider again\ this year.I .

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e Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Friday, January 24, '1964Deaths

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In Haven Area k Local BrokerConvicted! Hold Camegians Regular I Anchor Clubs

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BRYANT B. HICKS of Wesleyan the church.Sunday School Class r I Of f Dinner PartyThe Slate ProgramThe

Bryant B. Hicks, 60, of th I Ridge Carnegiani held
Survivor include his widow, ___
Haven Tourist Court, died in: their monthly dinner meeting Winter Haven and Au-
I
Mrs. Eleanor C. Hatton Win TtiS
a Bartow Hospital yesterday r ter Haven; I daughter, Mrs I Fraud Charges recently at the Park Restau burndalo high schools chaptersof

afternoon following i brief Ill' Patricia Painter Hollywood, rant with members from Winter the Anchor Club are scheduled

ness. Haven, Brtow, and Haines
to the entertainment
provide
Fla; i son, Richard Hatton Jacobs
Russell B. 515 Ave.
A native of Glen St. Mary,,, who! it a fifth grade student S City In attendance.The Monday night it the Pilot
E, SE, a mortgage broker, was
Fla, be the of Wile
was son y
at Garner Elementary School; apeaker'i trophy was Club of Winter Hiven'i annual
H. and Nancy Mathia Hicks, and I three sisters, four brothers, convicted yesterday by the U. won by Phyllis Farquhar who program to be held it 1.15: it
cam. to Winter Haven in 1936,, S. District Court In Tampa of
and three grandchildren. spoke on "Tht Most Tragic the Park Restaurant.
H. was I member of the Baptist conspiring to defraud the Federal Wltatsstd".
Funeral services are ached A + 1 Christmas I Ever Anchor members of both
church in Glen St. Mary,. uled for Sunday at 4 p.m. from I; a r Housing Administration in Her subject was on. of four schools along with their faculty .
Survivors Include his widow,,, the chapel of Ott-Laughlin Fun 1 G the phony salt of three houses presented by Walter Studs, sponsors will be the guests
Mrs. Ruth Veldora Hicki Win eral Home with the Rev. Ben in Wauchula. chairman for the progrim.
ter Haven; two daughter,,, Blackburn pastor of the Trlnl The Jury deliberated for I program The Winter Haven Anchors
Mrs. Katheryn Baggett, Eloise,,, ty Methodist Church officiating. Various and inspired speeches will present I musical program
and Miss Barbara Gail Hicks,, Burial will follow it Lakeside 1T hours and 40 minutes before were given by tht members ind the Auburndale chapter will
Winter Haven; two sons, Don Memorial Park. I Ir returning the guilty) verdict and only after some very close present I skit
Ray Hicks, Wahneta, and Active pallbearers are, Norman against Jacobs. voting was the winner declared. The program If In charge of
James Robert Hicks, Winter Beer, Russell Gardner, R. :. Accused of conspiring with George W. Leis, president, the Anchor Committee of the
Haven; four ill ter I, Mri. L. McBrayer, Taft Eason, Bob made comments on the excellent Pilot Club with Mill Grace
Jamie Tillls, Pihokee,,, McCullough, and Dr. W R. Highlands County developer attendance and then beld Bullock, chairman, and Mri.
Fla., and Mri. R. M. Jordon, Weatherbet. Norman I. Brandt to submit a brief business session. John Mitchell, rice chairman
Mrs. France Moody., and Mri.Quisle Honorary pallbearer will bt false documents of sale to the
Hicks all of Glen St of the Wesleyan Sunday
men a tai FHA, Jacobs was tried on the
Mary; and four grandchildren. School Class, Maynard Travlss, last month la federal FuneralHERBERT NOW OPEN I
same charge
Funeral services are ached Hsgan Parrlsh, and Dr. Beach
uled for Sunday at 2 p.m. from Brooks. t r I'rr court In Tampa but a mistrial Garden Way
the chapel of OttLaughhn Friends may call at the Ott- ? was declared after the WOOD I
Funeral home with the Rev.R. Lsughlin Chi p 11 tomorrow jury failed to reach I verdict.
D. Hodges, pastor of the from I to 9 p.m. In the first trial both Jacobs Funeral services for Herbert I Lounge
Central Baptist Church, officiating. and Brandt were tried together- 'Wood 55, of 3120 Lake Alfred
Burial will follow in Lake. JOHN H. WILSON YOUNG PEOPLE TO LEAD SERVICES-Youth Sunday will be observed at the Brandt was found guilty on the Road, were held at I this afternoon I Srot Reese 140 1 Mite
side Memorial Park. lag worship In the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) on Sunday. Speaker ---I charge of submitting false at graveside in Oaklawn ftoNtru
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Friends may call at the Otto John H. Wilson..,,_d 63,...of....._1S3 1. be, from left, Cindy McDonald, Bill Wallingford and Mary Ann Osborne. documents and later pleaded cemetery with the Rev. Del- *fait CHOICE Cypress LIQUORS
Polk UI"' .UUU"UIJ' -- DeBault, of the
Laughlin Chapel tomorrow from guilty to the charge of con mar pastor
sdayDrivenighSE at his residence. Central Christian Church officiating. PACKAGE GOODS
I to f p.m.
Citrus Court Docket spiracy. FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE
Municipal sales contracts
Escapes The forged
A. HERBERT HATTONA. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., showed that three house In Crisp Funeral Home was IDehare' Watch For Grand Opening
he moved to Winter Haven two
I of irrangements.
Pa. Leroy Albritton. driving while less driving, $10. Wauchula had been sold by
Herbert Hatton, 51, of yean ago from Sewickley, -- -- --- -
2016 Avt. Q NW, died early He was in executive in the Mutual Reports license suspended, 10 days.Maurice Jusnita Pelt, no drivers, 11. Brandt. However, testimony Indicated
yesterday evening at the Win steel Industry before hi* retire Dock Albritton improper cease, none prosse. that the three Individuals Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
who supposedly bad
ter Haven Hospital following i ment. LAKELAND (UPI Flo
brief lllnesi. He was I graduate of the rida' citrus crept escaped serious Lillie turn Denmark, $5. Burnbam, Robert Lee Perkins, recklessdriving purchased the houses knew Of Winter Haven
while
He was i native of Baltimore HIU School in Pottstown, Pa., last week drinking $30. nothing about buying the houses
damage from
a running red light, forfeit $10. Eddie James Pinkney, improper Headquarter for-All Types Pipes, Valves & Fitting
In 1959 until some time after
Md., and was the ion of Yale University and the Massassachusetti two-day freeze that dealt a mil
Delta Blankenship Cater, via driven license CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR
,
Harold and Cornelia Blake Hat- Institute of Tech lion dollar blow to tender vegetable lation of one way street, for. show. DO the phony sile. A lie a Cen.las! StecK ot PumM, Piumbln' ,
ton. He came to Winter Haven nology. He was a member of crops on the southern part felt The false sales were to prevent Meh.nleal 'Industrial, aupeo.e,,
$3.Willa Harold Lee Reese
,
in 1159 and prior to his retirement the Episcopal Church the Phi of the state. Impl'OPf'rdriven foreclosure. WHOLESALI ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
Louise Cooper, runningred license accident failure Both Jacobs and Brandt 4rk L N.W. M led Silver' beMsd' Uli 5,... Melton
levers! months Delta and art
Gamma Fraternity
was
ago The Citrus Mutual said Wed forfeit ltLA
light $5. have COLLECT HAVEN
to vehicle under control 294-4247 WINTER
a salesman with Frederick'sMen the Lake Region Yacht and nesday I county-by-county report Evelyn Virginia Costello running nolle prosse. fret on bond and will be sentenced

Shop.A Country Club. by field workers showed atop sign, forfeit $10. Dorothy Lee Seebrooks, DO later.
member of Trinity Methodist He la survived by a ion, John
"no measurable damage ai a Felix Reginald Cribbi. run. driven license, none
Church of Winter Haven. H. Wilson III, of Baden Pa. prosse.
result of the cold weather last sing red light nolle prosse. James Melvin Wesley failureto
Hatton was I veteran of World Service arrangements will bt week."
David Jackson Edwards, fall have vehicle under control,
War II with the U.S. Army. announced by the Crisp Fun Mutual Executive Vice President to yield right of way ace $15.
H. was also a member of the eral Home. I Robert W. Rutledge laid dent, $13.Lucia Phyllis Hammond Zlpperer

citrus trees escaped serious damage Grote Ellison improper running atop sign, forfeit $10.
because the hard freeze lane usage, forfeit $15. Katheryn Salmon, disorderly -
for sighs was preceded by I cool spell James Lavon Fusscll, disobeyed conduct 10 days suspended.
that made the trees dormant. sign, $10.
...,.. ,,.,,. stop Paris Hunter, vagrancy 10 ssbc
T ry this The Mutual report also indicated Levi Jennings, no driven 1 license days suspended. fi ELE
I y the Industry faces a shortage $25 or 10 dayi. Samuel Schneider, drunk, 10 I -
tI of mid and early season Clarence Junior Jordan, reckless days suspended.
oranges, driving, forfeit J23. Mathew Schneider, drunk, 10
l "Practically every report Ozell Manning, no driven 11. days auspended. of Winter Haven
makes I note of the wind.up of cense, DO show. Frank James Wolford, drunk, I
the early crop and the preparations Jerry Eugene McDonald, 10 days suspended.
for hlrv..tlal, ot the Valencia speeding, SIS. Rubin C. Abbott, drunk, for-
look for tie golden arches McDonaloV crop," RutSedee said. J, I Mitchell Niece, careless drl forfeit $23.
Dade County' vegetable farmers I fog while drinking, $JO or IS Cecil H. Bailey, drunk, nolle
Corns 6th St. t Ave. D, N.W. Next to Haven Hotel appeared hardest bit by th'l days. prosse. I
freeze. 1 Mary Cynthia Pelow, care. James A. Bennett, operating I
gambling house, not guilty.
Charley H. Burch, drunk, for The Specialized Job" of Sangalmd! Loan Atsoda&oni
feit $25.Crady.
Chaney, resisting arrest
DAYTONA guilty.J. .
C. Collier, drunk, 10 days
1A auspended.
Robert Paul Davis, drunk
forfeit $25.Orval .
Julian Elllngson drunk,
iVEINAROWFOR 10 days suspended. I
days Isaac Enles, drunk, $25 or 10 I

William Wallace Cant drunk,
10 days susupended.
James Arthur Gentry, drunk
10 days suspended l /

J. C. Gibbons, drunk 10 days IOne
suspended.
William Lee Grizzle drunk, 10 v
days auspended. a

Richard Paul Harvell, drunk,
10 days susupended.Eugene v
Hughes, drunk, 10
RAMBLER days auspended. .
King Edward Jenkins, faulty
equipment no show.
Eddie Leroy Maddox vagrancy
10 days suspended 4u
Jack Alfred Owens gambling,

beats all cars in Pure Oil EconomyTest llsmlssed. t/#
Ernest Shelton, drunk, 10 day "III 5155
uspended. / hlllr Ila fir,
r ''I Vanderbilt Smith, resisting 1
in miles
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Troy Trull drunk $25 or 10

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[ The Weather--Local State And National Kynes EntersAttorney I I Science Group Meet Unitarians Sunday Pearsons Begin



,' e Race I II Names Member In Lakeland 'State VacationSTUART

: e Sunday, January 28, at 10
a Jor TALLAHASSEE (LTD Attorney | The Florida Foundation for a m. Mrs T. S. Garber of Win. (UPI) Canadian
Gen. James Kynei, after /
/ less than a week in office, an- i Future Scientists announced today ter Haven will be the speaker Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson
.A ', nounced Wednesday he plane to the appointment of RobertW at the Lake Region Unitarian- and Mrs. Pearson began:: a
: seek a full term in the Novem Rutledge as finance chair LJnlversalist Fellowship, 3140 one week to 10-day vacation in
seclusion today at the exclusive-
: ber elections man for Polk County RutledgeIs Troy Avenue Lakeland. Hobe Sound
community the
"While on ,
there has been the
the executive vice The
: president subject will be "Rebels Atlantic Ocean near here.
obvious speculation that I wouldbe
a candidate, I felt it necessary of Florida Citrus Mutual. and Innocents," based on a recent The Pearson arrived at West
to make this declaration 1 I The appointment was made sermon by William D. Palm Beach Thursday on 'a'

as soon as possible In order to by W. R. Peyton of St. Petersburg Hammond, minister of Grouse Canadian government Jetstar
Ret on with the business at finance chairman for the Pomle Unitarian Church Detroit transport from Washington,
where Pearson held talks with
hand he
said.
"j' .. Florida Foundation. "We are It will be the first of several President Johnson.
Kynes who was named attor-
; ney general when Richard Ervin extremely pleased that Mr. on the general subject of Newsmen were asked not to
was appointed to the Supreme JAMES KYNES Rutledge will serve as our finance Civil Rights.: : Unitarian Viewpoints take pictures as Pearson -escorted
1 Court to fill the vacancy caused I i -- chairman for Polk County ; to be given by membersof his wife from the planeto
IsNOwrr by the death of Justice Glenn He has often demonstrated the Fellowship presenting a waiting limousine, which'
Terrell was the fifth incumbent New Industries his considerations of the subject quickly departed for Hobe-
iMs"'SVCW Interest In research and scientific
r 60 to announce for re-elec by Unitarian ministers from Sound a few miles to the nprth.\
activities. We know that
: tion. Move Info Slate he will do an outstanding job different parts of the country A federal security officer sal*.
The year-old former administrative in Sunday School with graded the prime minister and his wife
helping the foundation in its
assistant to Gov. TALLAHASSEE (UPI Airplane lurch for, the education of, classes is held at the name had come to Florida ':for ,a
Farris hour as the church services. secluded rest"J.n
t Bryant pledged to "fol
,,.r parts swim suits and a the scientists of tomorrow," -- -----------
low
the
rule of reason and work ,
sugar mill went Into the books Peyton said.
diligently to the
integrity
preserve The foundation Is a nonprofit
of government by law." side by side In the DevelopmentCommllllon'l
organization which was formedto Stitt" Ct.i" g..,,, g.I
His announcement for a full recording of new encourage! the developmentof c\Jv cc
RAIN AND SHOWERS-Light snow ts predicted for the Rocky Mountains across term was not a surprise. To plants announced for Florida In scientific i and technical manpower
the central Plains and Into the upper Great Lakes. Scattered showers ere forecast over date, Kynes has no announced December.The It holds annual science I
the Western Gulf coat, lower Mississippi Valley .nd parts of Ohio and Tenntitee. R.in opposition, but Dade Rep. Earl fairs throughout the slate isorder
Is forecast for parts of the southern and middle Atlantic coastal regions. Light rain is Faircloth has Indicated he will commission said Thursday that young scientists may I

forecast for the coastal Pacific Northwest. Clear to pertly cloudy Is forecast for the rest announce for the office eight new plants and five compete with\ one another I
of the nation major expansions were announced through application of elementary I
Visitor at Florida's Week! during the month. and secondary science CONSOLIDATED
-- ---- ---- -- Wachee
Florida Zones LUIAL Ul/TLUOK t ss come Russia from, Denmark such countries Bra-- One of the largest projects projects.The foundation. also contributed INSURANCE:"

Temperatures Panhandle Partly cloudy today and Saturday I tit, Portugal, England and Canada will be a Florida tile Industries aid In making higher education I SERVICEKO

with scattered with fog during the nigh Including visitors from expansion project at Lakeland available for promising
Mostly cloudy
By United Press International showers and thunder showers and morning hours Showera every state in the Union. expected to cost $1 million. science students. {f. Central Are. Fame CT 44211JANUARY
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low High today, tonight and Saturday. spreading Into the area late -- ---==='= .-= ..
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Albuquerque .......11 38 Turning cooler Saturday. High = .::=: ::=- :: "OC-===-=,: _-=:: _ .:-- --- = ,
Atlanta .......... 4J 68 today In the 60's low tonight Saturday. High today around
Birmingham: ...... 41 68 55 to 60. Southerly winds 10 to 75, low tonight 60 to 65. Southeast .
Boston ............32 37 20 miles per hour today and tonight and south winds 8 to 15
Chicago .?........38 50 shifting to northerly 12 miles hour
Cleveland ......... 37 53 to 22 miles per hour Saturday per
Detroit ........? 3< 50 North elk
Jacksonville ....... St 86 Five Day ForecastFive
Kansas City ........? 33 61 Cloudy with fog and occasional
Los Angeles ......... 48 59 drizzle today, turning to day forecast for peninsular Gl dtrey
Miami ........... 69 71 showers tonight and early Sat. : Florida for period beginning -
Miami Beach ....... 71 76 urday. Clearing and turning' 7 p,m. tonight and ending
Twin Cities '......... 21 31 cooler Saturday night. High today T r p.m. Wednesday:
New Orleans ..... .. $4 74 near 70, low tonight around Temperatures will average 2
New York .......... 40 48 60. Southerly winds 8 to 15 10 3 degrees below normal.
Orlando .,..........64 73 miles per hour increasingsome Normal maximum minimum
:Raleigh .-. ...?.. 41 67 Saturday ranges from 65-43 In the Tallalassee -

St.San Louis Francisco.........?....M. 54 46 67 50 Partly cloudy Central today and Saturday southeast area coast to 76-58 Precipitation along the VALUES YOU CANT AffOR.D TO MISS EXCITEMENt AND SAVINGS FOR AU.-HHRRy IBOYS'

Seattle ......._..,.31 41 with fog during the night will average around an Inch In
Tampa ...._.. .... 83 72 and morning hours Showers mOlt sections, being a little
Washington ..,?.. 31 SI spreading Saturday. High Into the today area around late heavier in the northern part of lADIES'

75, low tonight 60 to 65. South. the state.Open. '
Echo Satellite east and south winds I to 15 Sweaters Dresses and

miles per hour. ,
South MeetingIs
Partly cloudy and continued SPortswear
Blast-Off Set mild today and Saturday. High Pullovers and Cardiganswith t (! '
today around M, low tonight in t'WI_ ,
the Ws Southeast and south Slated By Buttons or Zipport. ", ..

VANDENBERG AFB Call. winds I to 15 miles per ,hour SIZES 14.20 SKIItTt SWEATERS
(CPU-Technical difficulties lethe Keys w 0,' ,c LOUSES SLIM JIMS

the television giant Echo camera> balloon system satellite of Cloudy Saturday.and continued High today mild about today Vision GroupSpecial Spring if fust around the. corner e' PEDAL PUSHERS HATS

forced a scond postponement M, low tonight near 70. Southeasterly ... lOW', the tint to KW! t, MATERNITY WEAK
today in the scheduled winds I to 15 miles NOW PRICE I
launching of the first Joint per hour.TECO. guest night plans fora .a
space venture of the United developmental vision seminar NOW PRICE
States and Russia. PaysDividend getting under way here Sundaywere SPf\"l e ?,
The Echo 2, mankind's largest announced today.
spacecraft now is slated to On Dr. Richard P. Hedrlck, Orlando MfN
be sent aloft from this Pacific optometrist heading the .
missile range base shortly after Common Stock seminar planning committee PURH"Sf\ p LADIES' FALL =
I_a:m. PST ((6 a.m. EST) Sat. issued! an invitation to anyone Jackets &
ura17. I Interested In child development I Ito
The directors of Tampa Electric -
Originally scheduled to be attend the guest session Mon. '
Co. Handbags
launched Thursday the huge dividend of yesterday 12 cents declared per share a day night at 7:30: p m. at Nora Sweaters ;
sphere nicknamed "Satelloon"remained Mayo Hall The remainder of
on common stock and also on :
prevailing grounded!gusty winds because for of a several preferred stock issues be three.day seminar for optometrists by JANTZEN McGREGOR 1 FASHION PLASTIC,. TAPESTRY
Is
taking place at
At the same meeting the directors end ARCHDALE
day. Nearly ideal weather had the the Haven Hotel. .,FtwL 1i AND CUT VELVET
approved company's
been forecast for today but the I x
1964 construction budgetof Dr. G. N. Getman of Luverne Brokan Sires
launch had to be put off again I 4
.linn. nationally-known authority
,
$20,410.000 of which almost
because of the technical trou half will be used on development on child development, will r1
bles. of a 250,000 kilowatt fifth discuss developmental vision In COTTONS .X
generating unit at Gannon Station children and its relationship to NOW 1//2 PRICE ? NOW PRICEMEN'S
the child's ability to achieve !,
Some of the major items in success in school and in society.
INSURANCt the construction budget are: .
SPECIALIST $886,000 for developing the site "This session will particulary .
for a new power station at Big Interest psychologists, pediatricians Ill LADIES'LONG
Bend; $109000 for the Palm elementary and remedial V
River Road Operations Center; teachers, school princi SLEEVE "- +
James H. Cross I $86,000 for the West Lake Wales pals and supervisors, guidance CostumeJewelry
250 KV tie with Florida Power counsellors and others interested -
239A Third St.. S.W. Corp.; $71,000 for a Distribution In assisting children to perform Sport Shirts J-
Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN Dispatching Center at the to their potential," Dr. AN _
22nd Street Operations Center, lied rick dated.Optometrists IVY AND REGULAR ,
LIFEINSURANCE Tampa, $60000 for the Palm from t ,
Georgia,
River Dispatching Center; and STYLES In S, M, L.
Mississippi and 20 Florida cities JUST INCH !
CO. NECKLACES I EARRINGS
$41,000 for the Ruskin Operations will participate In the seminar. L
Life Group Center. This Is the first educational REQ. $3.99 a from our regular stock
declared
e Mortgage Other dividends : meeting of this type to be heldIn
$1.08 per share on the 4.32 per ,
the southeastern
United ",01'1 all one penny on Inch, thirty six
Health & Disability cent Series A preferred stock, Stales. t
HospitalizationEducational $:04 per share on the 4.16 per The seminar Is under the cents a yard! prints
NOW 200 for from active,
cent Series B preferred stock every purpose sportswearto
auspices of the
Optometric Ex-
$127S per share on the S.10 per tension Program Duncan Okla. kiddie clothes gay kitchen curtains! 1 NOW PRICE
cent Series C preferred stock. Broadcloths, solemn, drip-dry prints, 2
others with surface Interest. Dark, light
TONITE IS THE NIT TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI Dundee end whit backgrounds! Picnic, provincials .
BOYS' Country prints, conversational)
Mr and Mrs Leslie Border.". Girls & Preteens*
Padgett 1 .ct. And every!Inch completely
OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M.
and son of St. Cloud were here d machine washable. Yordog. definitely
SUNDAY and SATURDAY during the weekend for a visit Sweaters, Rmited, to yow'N be smart to get "early DRESSES

OPEN 1.41 P.M. CtlMM Stows tnm i P.M. 140$. tkra HI. with Mrs. Padgett's grandfather to you can choose from the mod complete
R. P Denmark and other ..IecI Olt. 36 to 41" wide. COULETES
elatives. Jackets & Suits d dIN .
TODAY Visiting Mr and Mrs. D. E. SKIRTS
Ogle during the weekend were .
thre DOTS their sons W L. Ogle and OUR 2ND FLOOR BLOUSES

SATURDAY family of Orlando and B. C. BOYS' SWEATER
Ogle and family of Long wood.

011!That Mrs. Ruth Brkerdstrom, who N.t All !II.",.. In E..ry S>..
las been a house guest of Mrs.
Prt>lessor'a dAppretltkef Carl Pearson since Christmas,

,, rr ..rtlcteotosaa. will leave this week for her
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief [ Washington I Religion In America I AlmanacBy

W. I. RYNERSON Mlter-r'iibllir.er Project Alert : Prew International

JOHN W. RYNERSON. Alible I. the PybltiheeublUne1
By LOUIS CASSELS and the funeral were the fulfillment Today fa Friday, .J'D. M. the

Jelly (....,t S.+urda,) by the Winter H..... By MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Stt Window United Frew lattl'llltIcMI.1Amerlel" of all human desire," lays 24th diy of IJM with Itt to

utll.M.e. C., l I.., II* Ire Strait N.W..Wle+.. H.e, Flerlefe one item. "He showed this in follow
Analyst funeral customs when
His disciples
CHAKltl GOSHORN e Cenerel Manager By LYLE C. WILSON have come In for a good deal they answering questioned the action of a The moon If approaching tU

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN the University of Pennsylvinla.Ia United Preta International of sharp criticism from religious woman who poured an expensive full phase.The .

JACK IIAHAN Aiiaalate feWer "Our liberties are safe until colonial homes there were President Johnson U carryingon leaders la recent years. ointment upon His bead" evening stars art Venue,

the memories and experiencesof few books, but nearly everyone from about where President Both Protestant snd Roman The allusion In case Bible Jupiter and utura.

rim j. SULLIVAN AeVerHitne M....., the past are blotted out and hid it least two a Bible lad Kennedy left the idministra- Catholic clergymen have spoken scholars wonder Is to the anecdote On this day In history

the Mayflower with its band POOR RICHARD'S ALMANAC, out against pagan practices, recorded In the 12th chapter
NATIONAL ADVERTISING RirRESENTATIVI of Pilgrims forgotten; until our published by Franklin the litter tion'a urgent effort to hold the such as leaving the casket open of John'i Gospel, about a In 1848 fold wii first disco

She*.eR S Auealalea. I... Cne! |*. III. public school system his fallen of which became the mOlt Negro vote in this year's pre. which tend to focus attention en woman showing her Jove for ered in the Sacramento River

into decay and the Nation into popular widely-read and influential i idential election. the corpse rather thin e" Oe: Jesus by anointing Him with near Coloma, Calif.

E.ter.J.i 5...... CI... Mill ......., Sept. ", IW at the Past Offlcth ignorance; unllllell.lton] have publication In Amerlea. But It remained for Johnson Christian hope of life f w nird. Commentstors have la 1908, the first Boy Scout

Winter He .,. Fieri1, "".'., .et .> March 2. 117 resigned their functions to ecclesiastical Franklin and Poor Richard to pull back a chair in the In,. placed a number of Interpretations organlied In Englandby

powers and the.r became synonymous, the typical cabinet room and to invite a They also have protested ostentation on the passage but never troop was

MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU peregatlvei to priests."-Woodrow homespun philosopher en- Negro to sit down. This if moderately and extravagance ia before, to this reporter's knowledge a general In the British

Wilson. muriging end exhorting his aurpriiing became burials. has anyone construed It Army, Robert Baden-Powell.

\ U.. OF CIRCULATIONS This month we honor the fellow citizens to a way of life there was during the 1960 prei- Morticians evidently art concerned as a plug for expensive funer In 1945 Russian troops

'...,- memory of one of America's not deemed possible by his Idential campaign and after a about this ruction. They als. crossed the Oder River and

MEMIER greatest sons, a world renown. contemporaries. great lot of double and otherwise have retained a Hadiioa Avenue The fillers Ire maIIad to landed German loll for the
A..... Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL ed figure and a man of so Franklin' contributions I n misleading talk about a public relations firm to Improve newspaper offices on plain mimeograph on

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United ,... I Is ontitled t. the mo many talents he has been called the field of letters science and Negro In the cabinet their "image" among religious paper with no letter first came

ASSOCIATION '., repuelleetion til leeel ..w all rt.+. the Leonardo da Vinci of the diplomacy are known to all of Carl T. Rowan will not be a folk. head to show that they might la IMS the United Nations

IU4 .a* In thii pwspepar as wall, >! as Uri! New World. Countless books and ui, and the world it better off: member of the Johnson cab The PR firm recently distributed reflect a special Interest viewpoint Generally Assembly voted to

Newt D'tpatchei.' papers have been written about for his hiving lived. Hit en- inet. But Rowan will nt regularly a batch of brief "newt" create a U.N. Atomic Energy

ADVERTISING DEADLINI him. It li with deep affection tin life was dedicated to hit with the cabinet and the Items, of the type which newsmen But the Internal evidence offers

CLASSIFIED DE'ARTMENTi and great respect that we re country to hit community, to National Security Council. Roy call fillers because they a possible clue to the identIty Commission.

ly" the Wed. I 'M. Prevlem Day. Iv the tried. I P.M. .,. Day. member Benjamin Franklin, of nil family, and moat important an la the Negro nominated by are used to fill up a column of of the PR firm's client One

Itftl Neticei I r M. Previous Dey. Sunday Edition Deealinei Friday. Pennsylvania. of all to God. With firm Johnson to succeed Edward R. type which lacks a paragraphor filler says: A thought for the day-American .

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT. Franklin bornon and steadfast faith he led our Murrow ai director of the Unit two of reaching the bottomof "The National Selected Mor- humorist Nash
Benjamin Ogden
was once
,..... UT* Meneay lditl.n-: '.1.4. Fr.d.y.
Sunday Editi.J *: Infant Republic through the pit ed States Information Agency
and January 17, 1706 in Boston the page.Actually ticlani numbering 800 firma aid: "Banken are just like
Edit.an Noan Saturday Wedneiday. Thursday Fiel.yE"ltin
Tueiday -
falls and iti
,-J r.M. Two Day 'In Adveitce.Mambar the fifteenth of seventeen chil hardships of early (USIA). the Innocuous-look throughout the nation are governed anybody else, except richer."
dren. At an early age he was life it a weak confederation This li the most distinguished log "filleri"! are carefully designed by a strict code of ethici.

Southern N..I,.,.. Publiihert Aneelatlen an apprenticed to his brother of states, during the life and political Job attained by an to create the Impression Failure to maintain the highest

Mambar Flarlda ,.., AuocietionSUlSCRirTION James who taught him the death struggle of the American American Negro 10 far although that anyone who questions modern standards of business honestyand FOOTSOREHOUSTON

printers trade. This association Revolution during the critical Rowan himself ia being funeral practice Is attacking moral decency can lead to Tex (UPI-Ted
.
RATES did not last long, and Ben. day of the loosely-knit Confederation relieved aa U.S. ambassador to < God and the American Wayof termination of membership" Clayton Jr., 23, hot himself In
ly Cerrier MailYaar ;) and to the sublime
Finland to tweed Murrow.
$1120; 4 "' .lIth.. ".IOr I ", ..th.. $4.Hi I month, I I.IS I jamin soon found himself in climax when he, ai mediator The late John F. : Life. Presumably, the "highest the right foot Thursday when
weekly, 31 ...t.. Sine!. Cepleii Pally, 1 *..t'l| Sunday, 10 ...... Philadelphia without friends between the diverse Kennedy excelled "Religion<< Is an Intrinsic partof standards of business honesty cleaning his icatter-gun.
and with only a few penniesin groups at the delicate play of the American Way of Life" and moral decency" do not preclude It wn the lame foot he shot

TELEPHONE CYar.ul.JltI I his pockets. His next few that were meeting in Conven dealing with the voting memo says one item. "Our funeral the use of public-persuasion up last Friday on a squirrel

years reveal many hardships lion, helped to bring to life berg of a numerous, frustrated, customs ire expressions of religious techniques like these hunt.

while he tried to establish himself our great Constitution. We have unhappy auipicioui minority.He faith. To belittel our fun. --

with little or no success.At cause! to revere the memoryof freely used patronage, eral traditions Is to undermine
A Thought For Today"Be this great dedicated Amer. charm and the simple gesture "
failure twenty-five as a he business seemed man to bea ; lean. that became extravagantly and religion That will Itself.!surely bring a hol ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

at twenty-eight he was financially Are the prophesies of Wood- emotionally effective because it low laugh from devout priest

careful for nothing; but in everythingby secure; at forty-eight he retired row government Wilson it coming taking true the? face The was There expertly was timed., for example and minister who object to Chorine WDIO-TV) i ChMnol WFLA-TY I Channel wrrv-TV f vrrvTTVChMMllI
from active business with funeral traditions"precisely
tome of "our CIS NICTama AICOrlmde CISTemax
prayer and supplication (petition) with a comfortable fortune. of Benjamin Franklin from our JFK'i phone call during the because they make a Orlead. .
half.oll.ra. It can be truthfully 1960 campaign to the wife of
be made known Franklin was a shining example mockery of the Christian belief
let
thanksgiving your requests said that if Franklin the Rev. Martin Luther King
of the value of home I that death la only a transitionto Friday NIGHT January 24
unto God." Phil. 4:6: study in this land of freedomand Washington Jefferson Adami. when King was locked up in a larger, life.
Madison were living today they Southern jail Kennedy would
"Unto God" The atmosphere of prayeris opportunity for an. Although would be classed aa the "Radi drop In on a Negro women'i Another one of the fillers ":00-Naws N..,. Sporti, N..., Weether Mia New
he attended school for
declare that "funeral ; ..
piously a: II-Sparf., Wthar Waalhar Editorial Spin Mia R. ,
God's presence. Anxious care is out of placein only two years, he became in cal Right" by the Liberal., theLeftist's luncheon club In time for coffee customs and religion are Inter 4:19-CIS News NIC News AIC Nawi CIS News

many respects the beat edu the appeaser, do- and a few friendly words. woven." i;:4S CIS News NIC Nawf lullatln board CIS News

the Father's presence. Dr. Albert L. Carnett Cited man of hit day. At the gooders, the one wonders, the He put Negroes In high federal "To compassion, lent-
remove
of twenty-elgnt he took National Council of Churchesand office. Negro gratitude was 10 I 7.09: -Wyaft tarp l.. Offlc lawkra.Var The Rabat
age upat all those who advocate great that Kennedy was able to Iment and mercy In the treatment 7,11, -Wy.H Eeq lai Office le. ,..h, The Rabat
home the study of foreign of the dead to facilitate ... Tha Greet
7.10-Tha God Offica7.4S 77 Suntat SKIP!
languages and learned French turning our nation and our very postpone for two yean the In.
Editorials quick disposal li to cast atperiloni Adventure lax Office 77 Saul Slop Adventure
News-Chief Spinlsh and Italian. In the fieldof lives over to a Godless atheletUnited slant civil rights promises of the and varied
literature and learning, the Nations. the 1960 Democratic platform on many I.00-Tha Gaden Oft. 77 Suntat Stria The Great
influence of Franklin was far- Ellmple-rud the January without dangerously alienating ways In which man expresses |:.11-l Adventure ..Office. 77 Suniat Skip Ajvantura
his spiritual need through 10 Tan 5... ", lob lurla'i Law Rauta *
Issue of "Adult Teacher" his Negro friends. I 39- Hap a
retching. He helped found the page
religions" it nyi. : That Shock Theatre lurla'i Law Saute. it
many
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Something Missing. American Philosophical Society. U and U a periodical prepared The most controversial ofIFK' The Invisible persuader who

still in existence as well as by the General Board of the maneuvers to keep Ne- drafted these free advertisement ":09- The W..leI.olt Hopa turta't Law Acute it
There is something missing in PresidentJohnson's the library now known ai the Methodist Church. gross happy came shortly after 7:11-::! Spaetal Thaatra lurk.', Law Route it
for the funeral
Philadelphia Public Library. He U Thant Secretary General the 1960 election when he appeared industrydid 130:: -TwiliqM Zane TWTWTW Price li' Right LlwbraaVtrrlca
$97.9 billion budget for spending the was also instrumental in the of the United Nation In a on the stoop of his not balk even at exploitingthe e.4S;: -Twilight Tens TWTWTW li I Right L.. ,..h,

taxpayers money in the next fiscal year it is formation of an academy for speech at Uppsala University Georgetown home In company "Jesus name recognized of Christ. that lament 1009-AUrad Jack Paar Fight .f Web Alfred

for.the reduction of the national l'the "complete education of Sweden In May, 1&62, titled of Rep. William Dawson 74- 10:15: H.teh.aeV Jack Paar Fight .( Wok Hitchcack
n% provision .... youth" which later grew Into "The Myth of National Sov year-old Chicago Democrat anda 10.19, Alfraa1: Jack Pen Fight ., Wok Alfred
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debt or over ;$300; billion which ia owed by we erelgnty" stated "If the United' Negro. The president-elect 10141- Hitahaaak Jack ,.., Maim Spare Hitchcack

taxpayers. When there is a deficit, every good really Nation effective I.' to grow instrument up into a Dawion told assembled lr.ed-th.t new.men-Ind the congresimin -Memories- I 11:08 I -Newt N.... SlOt, Wtr Newillne N.... SterHllrlt
Side for -Seorte. Wilier Tenl,ht Shaw 1'ferlel Wther
Wther
Lighter had been offered and EMlIMS "
budget should have a certain amount of money maintaining the rule of law, I I: -Theetreel Tonight Show Maverick Checkmate
had refused the 20 YEARS AGO
the first step must be the willIngnesi postmaitergeneral'i 11:41the: Slam Tenieht Shew Maverick Checkmate
taken off the top to reduce the' excessive debt. of the member state; post Here was spectaeular Mist DON Klrkpitrlck a student -

Itthis: isn't done the businss of the government Of Congress to the GIVE absolute UP sovereign the concept state of in Interest evidence and confidence of Kennedy'in Negroes home at for Rollins I weekend College visit with wii Saturday MORNING January 25

is'sure to find itself in deep trouble sooner or the -but, wii it? The question her mother.
time manner 11 we individuals !- 7:0D-G.: ..... W....nt Supar Car
Was the offer to
arose:
later. By DICK WEST I give up our absolute] Dawson 10 YEARS AGO 7:1 S- Almanat Theatre News Super Car
genuine? The ChicagoDally
right to do Just aa 7'30-Ona Way W.itor RFD MM- Car
we please Super
Deposit at the Tint Federal
= And it is certainly amazing that none of the WASHINGTON (UPI-Whlt- la the essential condition of living News laid in an editorial Savings and Loan Associition 7:45Mi" Theatre Flarida Supar Car

salons this did and it aver It Is. Shakespeare usually i in organized society" : of Winter Haven Increased
brought up. Maybe they "We can't believe it. Daw- more 09-Captai: Laura) Becky Jane Captain:
bas a word for It. Fellow readers and thinker, thin two million dollars to ,11- .
son'i record should register Kangara end Hardy Raclry J.... KafigaraaI
keep
was overlooked by us, but even Senator Byrd I hive been thumbing I every conceivable effort ii now him out of the cabinet. I I per cent gain over the :19-Captain little Raieali Main Marcury C.ptain

from Virginia didn't mention this fact. Sometime through the Bard'i works In being made In many of our The News pictured Dawson previous year figure.I 14S: K....... Little Raieali Maiar Mercury Kangara
search of quotations that might schools, colleges, universities
by as the absolute political bois of YEARS AGO *.00-Alvln Skew Circus
soon there will be a day of reckoning and be relevant to the subject thatall seminars, meeting etc, by *:.IS-Alvin Sha. lay Male Mercury Alvin ShawClrcdi
a Chicago congressional district Dr. Richard D. Field Commodore lay M.jar Mercury Alvin Shaw
when it happens we will have problems. The America li now talking every known method of propaganda notable for corruption fraud inonunced preliminary 7:30-Tnnasse. Ruff '.' RaJJy Su"..", ." Tao......
about And I don't mean .-.-1. to encourage and Indoctrinate ':,4S- Tuiada Ruff 't,' Raddy Superman Tu.oda
and other crime If 10, D.w.IOn' sketches and plans for the new
debt amounts to for Ai in Indication of whit YOUTH
today over $1,000 everyman our to support -
nomination would have Like Yacht and
Region Country 1000 Outek Draw Junlar Auctian Juitiar Auctian QuickDraw
Shakespeare hm had
might to the United Nations ind
woman and child in the nation and few lay about our current "Topic International Socialism. invited severe scrutiny and, Club were expected to be sub 10:15: McGriw Junle, Auntie" Junior 'uetiu McGraw
It la perhaps rejection by the U.S. mitted to the building committee 10)9-.Mighty Mauia FI.. .II XL-I The J...... Mighty Maul
families could afford to dig down and pay this A, I have lined come of high time we all study and Senate. Kennedy scarcely by February 9th. 10.4i: -Mighty Mama FI,. .II XL-I The J...... Mighty Maui
his better known lines
and look
into to
this
off to make the government solvent placed them In I new context our country menance to could hive been ignorant ofDawson's I 1'O' -Rm Tin Tin Dannii Casper Rin Tin Tin

to form I sort of Interview.Q. Sunday 6.30 political background I III'I-Iti"' T''" Ti. The M..... Carta.ni Rin Tin Tin
:
TV WED U-IV
pm. over
nor insensible to the Senate'ireaction 11:19 Ray Ragart .
Fury ...., I Cacti Ray Ragart
Mr. Shakespeare do .
you channel (, January 12 Dr. Albert
...
to hit nomination. I IMS-Ray It., Fury buy 1 Cecil R.y Rgart
tobacco?
Interesting one E. Burke delivered an There was suspicion, therefore (IEduc.tionallCHANNEL l)
A. "It U meat and drink tome
address titled the "IDIOT". It that the announcementthat AFTERNOON
"
jVe attended the School Board in would be well for many who the nomination had been :3 TAMPA
meeting Q. Have you ever tried to did not tee the program to Inquire 1:00-Sty Kinf S,'. 1',.,.." lugs tunny Sky Kit,
tendered and
Barlow Wednesday when a final presentation quit smoking? just WHO Dr. Burke political device rejected and that was no a Friday, I... II MfcTrW1": ( .. Knew lullwlr.Uo.', the: Vyktl1 .-,. Sunny Sky King
I'no Whet Now m : American D. You Knew
"This the third
t ia
A. time
I
of. sites was made to the Board members. It was hope good luck lies in odd num; might classified prompt ai the a .Idlot.few .select", It Dawson.real proposal Thereafter had been Kennedy made to {1.11 Biology rarlnna Pm,,.;. IJ.4I-D. You Knew lullwinkl. Bandstand I D. Yeu Knew

interesting that the two communities here" /1a Bunnhme Almanaa IoG-CSS Nawi Flerida American CIS Nays
major people to AWAKEN proposed establishment of anew I.N H'llnnlng gpanlelt r.MeLt. .
I that lilt-CIS News Gardanland lands. .
Q. gather, then you ." end CIS 101. .
cabinet of
Winter Haven and Lakeland gave a final review ire hiving some difficulty stay department urban T:flO Induatry On Furarla 1:19-Saturday Science; Ficti.n Wreitllng Ci"; .".. City
RADIO. affairs and said he would .,...
MS Amnion At Work 1:45.ft. n Theatre Wreitling Cimarren City
of their sites. And when Lakeland repre nf away from cigarettes? nominate a Negro to head It. '.30 B..klr..ll HI. Peteraburf
A. "Every one can master I Republicans almost unanimously Jr Coll n. Edtaon JC 2:0 Future SJ[*... Flctio" W'".li"e CI", ."." City
sentatives made their presentation which is that but he that has U." )
grief 2tI-S.tud. Theatre
hollered "foul" against that 10.00 ohmiv.i f'g, TO. Arl.- WraitUg Cimarre City
Q. How hard li it to quit WINT 2:30M: ....* Science Ficti.n Challenge Gel
old "Cnnrart toe Strlnta 4 Jungle
phosphate tailing pile and surrounding pits imoklng? and Congress rejected thewhole win ." 2:45- Feature Theatre Challenge Gelf Jungle

east of Eaton Park, instead of meeting the criteria A. "Al for l camel to thread Idea. 11:II Sun Off I:09-ChampianihlB Science Ficti.n Challenge Cell Jungle
the of small needle'seye. 1360 ON DIAL
postern a
1:11: lawling Theatre
as set by the State Board of Education for ." Challenge ;.1' Jungle
110-Champienship: Science Fictlen Thaatre X Jungl.

Junior College sites, they kept saying that every advice Q. Have on how you received to about my Monday thru Friday DIAL WSIR Program t4'oPRIDA1 1:41- lawling Theatre Theatre X Jungle
go
thing will work out in the future. breaking the habit? I 00 alp OnI MORNING l.ae Rnea Tense 4:11-4:09 CIS Claiiie Gall HI-Time Thaatre XThaatre CIS Gelf
: HI-Time
As A. "Zounds! I wii never 10 OJ National New Afternooe : : Mutwl a e ee 4 X Clani
Winter Haven :19-CIS G.I, Hi-Time
presented its brochure and I Of Bunny Brow Theatre XThaatre CIS Gall
bethump'd with words since I 11II Mutual H.w. a a5 Jim 0.nlloI4 Show 4 45 Claiiie
: Hi-Time
a m Nan N.adIIeas I 01 Home 6 a ::10 Mutual Now. X Cleni.
Nlghway
its facts it was plain that our facilities are far first ciU'd my brother'i father Florida Newei 4 30 Mutual N... I 15 .....Io""m Mutual
dad." 00 Bunny Brown 4 15 Want a Job 10 00 Mutual Nell |:00-Porter ,.rt., Wide Wend Raicue I
superior to anything else offered, including that Q. Some cigarette smokers C :11: Farm KapnrtI 4 40 Mnm. 6 Hlxhway 10 na lofu.1e from Mutual 1,15:, : Waeanor Wagener .f Spark Reee |
M National Mew S 00 Mutual N... In'" Mutual News I:10 It't the lew Jimmy Wide WerW.f
pitiful Lakeland site, which has no police pro.. have been twitching to pipes i 1.00 Doug Montiomer 05 5in Mu.10 from Mutual I:45-It't the Law Strickland harts fv. A Seed
IV:
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and cigars. What it your opinion 7m: Newa H a<1lln.e : 1a : r.Allo"lIIpOlk County Radio 5 id. Bible Club A
tection, no gas lines, no fire protection, etc. They of cigars? T:eft Spotlight On Sporta a 30 Mutual N... 1I'II: Mutual N... NIGHT
T U National and !Flood Neva '.15 sing Along II.M M..lo from Mutual
did forget to say that on the western edge is a A. "The rankest compound of I 00 Paul Mnntnomery E..ratlll 11.61 TIm. signal.
i 00 Nowi
..m JII... Headllnoe : Newi. Seat, Wide
villainous smell that ever offended 1 11II World New. 12.00 Mutual New.S World New, Sports
fertilizer plant Actually (not being prejudiced) nostril." a 00 Florida and Local New* II Trading Poet Anornora i:1 IS-Cengraiimeni Weather el Sporti Weather
I 04 Dnty rams ,. Garde 1 .1: wall 8t.t Report 11 na Perm 6 Grove Nave :19-Mr. Ed The P.ettleit Winter Olym. Peuword
we can see no other site but the one offered by Q. Are pipes better than cl- Almanaat 1 x0: "utuAI N,.. 12 10 J'plllall": for y.tI.r i:45-Mr. Ed. See pit Preview .Peuwerd
10 Douc Mnntfomor 11 Mutual New.T _
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Winter Haven. A. "There's small choice In I SO Community Bullettl loud .r: Folio:Lewis h. U Top of the New. 7:00-Centre! PI*. Th* KettleiaSea Seahunt
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rotten apples." 10 on The Perprlr Stark Show 7 28 Tonight III Florida III: Mutual News Seehunt Te Tell Truth
ID 06 Mr. T. "J""". Trlvett 1'15 ..u.lO..m n. C7arlcaa 710: -Jachie The lieutenant
Q. Have you tried citing candy 7:05: Mama Beyond tII. Stars Hoetenenny JackieHoetenenny
10 30 JII... Headline 00 Mutual N... J III Mutual News 7.45GI..* The Lieutenant
when you crave i cigarette? 10 U National Newe 5 115 Club U90 J 15 .., It Will 1111I11 GleeienI
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AFTERNOON .. 4 00 Mutual N... Gleeien
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YORK: (UPI 115 Club UIO .
Analyst I 41 )
) though there hat been l keen : Defender! Jeey Inhop,
pills? 12'\1 Cltnje Car Loadlnt ReportI 1 m: Mutual No. 4 M Mutual Nwua Lawrence Walk Deluder.
Eliot Janeway suspect er display of speculative Inter- A. "I would to God thou ind 10 Community BulUtln Board 15 Tit. World Today 4 :18: M".te from Mutual .:O-l.f.( ......
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Saturday
M Stork '
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that a abort term corrective eat lately, the overall market I! know where a commodity of U W Snort Headline 10 01 "..rtd. News A Weather 5 01 v. Patrick. Spent 7II-Ddanden) *' the Myi" L.'".".. Web Defender.
good names were to bebought" 1'00 National New. Off a 15 Mutual Mu.e1A1'CRDAT *:JO-Phil Silver Seturda.
setback possibly a very li atm it a fairly reasonable 1'M Bruce Parker 10.10 Side Night Th. H.llyw.ed Phil Silvers
00 Mutual Nws 1.45. Show
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U Florida N lIS Wawail C.II.
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the Immediate future.Janeway commitment In reasonably MONEY FOR GASSALISBURY I no Bruce, Parker eon Mutual Nan 150 UIu.1 NavaC 10's-.6'.I"' S"u.lIII.y Night Th. H.ltywe.d Guem.ke
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correction will let under way Renee i Co. lays It ill night In the cit..'. central 10, T.e* Time 7 vim 01 Grad Mutual Morning Nun' 'II 7 10 Rand Mutual Stand\II."11.'." I II 1 1 Oft-New: $,.. W,, News, Sot, Wr New .
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what It believes to be Irrational 4 00 Ten* Time .. 01 Gu.IImba..... Theafr
note (S3 SO) under his wind. '.15 Plorlda TO' A Walks 5 II :Jo-- ., the Cltle l ,
thi iverifei have churned I'no Local and Florid New 7 40 (1004 Morning 5 aS Mutual Nan 0e! Adult Thea'r. But .,
buying In a few stocks 11:41Stan
rep- shield wiper early Thursday '
I 01 Wrathor Summary 7:55: Mooing 1'00'' Revtw 155 Mull UIO CrlTieeChalee Adult. Theatre H.II".4
their way to slightly higher level resents an expanding trend but morning. I.10 Twllaht Time 1:00: M'n..1 New. 001 Clllb I" _
It will watch for the possibility I But when he went to start the {'.:Jll M!! II.Twilight..... Wrap-lTe Time sea (trod Morning 1 311 Mutual Nws ..jJ1"kr'A"LKMylM are .'..1.'...' Ity the tl,..1.1., .taliee.
In the coming weeks and car, he discovered that tome- HO News Headline 1 VI Mlltll.1 Newe 20 III Pluetde If... A W..,.... than I" "*" !\ any time' The D'"r New.Chi.l ,ulllih..
I SI TwiluTht Tim 1:55: Good M""IIII 1010 Sin Oft e pablie.eretse cad. I is act ,..,..'iltl. f., .et
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WINTER HAVB DAILY NEWs-C 4IEC \flakes Plansor NEWS |

: SalePhi
r I THVRSDAY'S ADMISSIONS

Gamma XI Chapter of Winter Haven

Beta Sigma Phi will hold a Mrs. Dessie Rogers Mrs.

rummage sale at the Eloise i'.. John E Taylor Miss JudyE
Super-ex tomorrow starting t M Smith, Martin B. Hala-

at seven a.m. Items for sale brln Sr.. Orrin S. Jay. Albert
will range from adult and chil-
E Hintze, Mrs. JohnnieL
drena wearing apparel to records
Lambert A. H. Hatton
and other miscellaneous
books Mrs. Davis
Josephine JaysonV
articles. The sale .
Ashba
until all goods
CdYtJ by OtLUC CUU will are sold.continue flames City ......

Mrs Charles Miller of the Mrs. C. E. Teal Jr., Mrs.
Winter Haven Welcome Wagon \ Joe Norman.

Card Party Is HeldA was the guest speaker t'j Auburndale

at the chapter's regular meeting r"1 Master Donald E Lewis,
Wednesday night. She ex- John B. Starling, Willie L.
letting of Tsrl-eolored were lavishly decorated with plained the Welcome Wagon'l
Hammock, Marcus E. Dean
greenery wss used in the shell pink gladioli and green efforts to help new people lethe Harold J. Ray Master Kenneth
entrance ball of the Worn- ery. The unique arrangementof area to get acquaintedand
D. Skinner.
In'l Club Building, Wednesday the mantlepiece was reflected Join various groups and
when the Woman'i Club in the antique mirror organizations.! Eagle Lake
held Its benefit coffee and and offered a focal point in Following the program, a Master James T. Cooper.
bridge party the decorations surprise bridal shower was Lakeland
The rooms of the Club hous Mrs Millie Bozeman was given for Miss Gayle Craw Mri. Jasper D. Courtney
general chairman of the event, ford. Gifts were presented and
assisted by Mrs. Lyle Vani- refreshments served.
Youth man. Members present were Mesdames w u N',' THURSDAY'S DISMISSALS .

Beymer Mrs J. W. F'aherty was Glenn Hancock, Robert Winter Hive
Plan tea chairman, assisted by the Hancock, Misses Joyce
Supper Master Wayne Harrison.
Connary, Nancy
following members: Mrs. W. Addison, Cathy
TomorrowA L. Lines, Mrs. C. P. Lewis, Connary Gayle Crawford Stanford, Baby Mrs Melvin Karen P.K. Hughes Henderson and
Gedeon,
and Mrs Beverly
Mrs. M. C. Lawrence
Infant Martin P. Johnson
Melanie Hause and aon,
spaghetti dinner will be R. E. Lawrenson. Griggs t Mrs. Tony Kalogrldis,
Lee Taylor.
Carol
served by the Youth Depart Refreshments of coffee Earl C Kinney, Mrs. Harvey
ment of the Beymer Memorial rings, donuts, and coffee were syh J. McClary, Mrs. Kenneth .
Methodist Church tomorrow served from a beautifully ap Manuel and Infant daughter
from six p.m. until eight pointed tea table The centerpiece HighlandsUnion 4 Mra. Alfred Morgan, Mrs.
p.m. in the Social Hall of was formed of pink Gerald Prochaska and infant
the church. gladioli and the table was Jack daughter
Tickets are one dollar for overlaid with an imported
adults and go cents for children cut-work cloth. Hub; MeetsThe Lake Wale

under twelve. During the afternoon, prizes Miss Katie E. Armes, Walter -

The public is invited to at were presented to the following January meeting of the Petronls.

tend. guests: Mesdames H. C. Highlands Union Jack Club Hilnts City
The proceeds from thla din. Travelbee, Robert E. Lewis, by the aiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiliiiliMiiiiiliii I / iiiliiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiMiiuI NEVER A DULL MOMENT Mrs. Paul Bamforth and in-

nee will go toward the Youth's Mary Covert, Ann Race, J. 'was presided over Ruffin Not around the Robert Hart home, at any rate. tan daughter, Mrs. Macy L.
cabin President Mrs. C. H. Around The Town
|
project, to supply one Davis D. S. Huyck, Elsie handsome who like all boys Turner.
These three youngsters,
with new beds and mattress Moore W. Leonhard, T. Wolfe, at the home of Mrs. J. Cherry. Waverly

es Camp at in the Leesburg.Methodiat Youth H.Abbott Colman, Clara J.Woodbury Frost, William, John After closed a short a farewell business meetIng party- {Mrs. Brown Returns From Trip] are else Interested keep things In humming.all sports Russell, as well It thirteen at everything, RobertIs C. C, Bazemore.Lake Placid

Continuous entertainment Evans, Ellinor Tucker and was given by the hostess fifteen and Rex Is eleven
will be provided during the Tom Winsper. Mrs. Earl Troelsen for her = Charles W. Haley
dinner by the MYFers and mother. Mra. Msugban who Mrs. Nora Brown of 208 Parkside Drive, Mixing BowlVermont Dundee

members Committee of chairmen the church.are: Textured nylon sewing 'was returning to her home the in SE has returned from a seven-day cruise. Mrs. George rve,.

thread is especially helpful for England after spending Date Bread Recipe'MAGIC Lake Alfred
Committee,
Food and Kitchen months in Lake one! iiuea aooira me IAIXvry -
Ruth Barber, Beth King and home seamstresses who are last three Charles N. Long Jr., Mrs.
with her daughter and Steamship Ariadne embarking
Wales
Elizabeth Soverns; Entertain using fabrics of man-made MOUNTAIN' recipe bread tin and bake 1 hour Roger Umpbreyvllle.
club presented for
Miami sev
The at a
family.
is resistantto
thread
ment Committee. Faye Bolick fiber. The recalls days of in at S50: Nuts Davenport
Mrs. Maughaa with a gift asa to charmingPort yore In oven degrees.
and Steve Robinson; PublicIty abrasion and It'. easierto en-day cruise Master Franklin S. Martin.
momento of her visit to Vermont when flour was be added to thla mixture
of the may
Committee, Linda Lock- handle than some Antonio and bustling
Florida. hand milled and the stone if desired Sliced almondsare EvergladesMrs.
hart and Margie Norman. first nylon thread. Mrs. V. Roberts a club member Kingston, Jamaica mystic oven was king. Recapturethis shown above as topping. Felix W. Zllman.11111111I111111111111111I111111I11111111111.4.

who is moving to St. Haiti and quaint Nas itself aromatic memory by following ..............................................
also presented sau. The shipboard time, this easy recipe for 11111111" I'" 1111111'11'1''" '"''""" II
Petersburg, was
CUT FLOWER SPECIAL with a small gift. was a vacation fun. witha 4 Vermont Date Bread. You
completely planned program I
decorated buffet Deed:
The gaily I
acts, dancing
ud a* its focal point a nightclub IVk cups boiling water | HERE'S
Saturday Only large cake decorated In Mrs. and gala parties 1 cup dates prunes or

i I Hsughan. favorite colors Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hall raliins Cereal w ) I
\ pink and white. Among the have recently arrived from 1 cup Maypo Oat I BIG
Cornish Pasties, /i sugar
dishes were -.; cup
home in Rochester, N.
their
C PER old English buffet favorite. I tablespoons melted
an winter .
Y. to spend the season 1\
Carnations 17 Among the members presentwere here. shortening 1 NEWS. )
ILOOM
Mesdames D. Adams .,, ./.1. 1 egg beaten .
Lake Alfred J. Allen, E.rroelaen Mrs. Waller Abel has r.. / .., 1M cups flour
Downham, J. r 2 teaspoons soda
I. turned to her home In South 1
Daniel Florist Downturn, J. Cherry, Lake Carolina after a visit with 1 teaspoon salt = A
.
Ray Wales; C. H. Ruffin, A. Lewis, her cousin, Mrs. James D. --- Pour boiling water over 1964
J.r Kamm I. Easoa P. Far- Edmiston.Mrs. MRS. BROWN chopped dates, raisins or
Art T trfc Sf, N.W. CY 4-411. ijuhar, Winter Haven; V. prunes and Maypo. Let stand
Roberta and Mrs. Maughan. Frances Whlttemor of 20 minutes. Add sugar, egg,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Bed flour mixed and sifted with .J
the I
Weston, Mass is spending
l--- winter season in this area. foord have arrived from Hartford sods and salt and shorten JHhytpjoirdrNOFROST

Conn. and plan to spend ing. Mix well, place In greased

Welcome Rebelah Lodge of the winter .
the remainder
Portabh light Compact V No. 17 met this week, in the FOOD CENTER !
here.
K of P Hall. Mrs. J. B. Miller season Dickman CircleThe '

with Pecora for ting Noble Grand, made her Ale Travis D, Birth of .
Sty Iea.'
l-TIJiIi: ] committee appointments for Jean Dickman circle
in memory of deceased mem Eagle Lake is remaining at met Tuesday afternoon with 26 .,
bers. The next meeting will Sheppard Air Force Base, Mrs. Robert Ladley. Refreshments i
be February 4th. Tex. for further training fol. were served to the $",-
members soon after they ar 5
lowing his graduation from
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gra rived. 13 Cu. Ft. 1J Ci. Ft.

ham of Fredericktown, Ohio the technical training course Mrs. W. A. Heath, chairman NO FROST FREEZER NO FROST '
here for a winter holidayat for USAF communications enter In charge of the
are was
specialists there. He la the 1444 )b. capacity) REFRIGERATOR oj
Pickett Apartments.
the meeting, and Mrs. Ladley was .
son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. 0
of the
in charge program.
Mr. and Mrs. I. 8. Nipperare Bush, leg North Tenth Street, Mrs. Ted Jahn gave the de.

here from Madison, Wis. Eagle Lake. votional and Mrs. D. M. I .
i
for a winter holiday. Melvin read the scripture -
DR61moD IINiiESA11N The Rev and Mrs. II. V.

COLD ACCEJITS'BOOS Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Fowler Grant are here from Philadelphia passage.Others taking part on the 1

will have as their weekend Fa. for a winter program were Mesdames -

guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sam holiday. Heath, Inar Mattox, N. A. !:
Kllen of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Layton Earl Williams andJ.
sHEtF s11f1 I L Klien have been vacationingfor Mrs. Ranney J. Thompson 0. Johnston.
I I the past couple monthsin has returned to her home The Circle welcomed Mrs. i
the west, Including Los here after a six weeks stay Jshobble and Mrs. Duffield
: with her children and grand
Angeles and Dallas, and are as visitors.
OUf 1RONT 30UAD $14995 en route to their home. children In Cleveland Ohio. There will be a special
While there, she greeted two meeting January 30 at Mrs.

XI Beta Omlcron Chapter new greatgrandchildren and Hestb's to roll bandages.
members will have a rummage was named godmother of one. Each member 1s Invited to .
FRONT from She reports a wonderful trip -
sale tomorrow attend and bring sandwiches.The
and enjoyed the snow H'---- a
SOONDROJECTDI seven a.m until one p.m. even next regular/ meetingwill s
(Stand EzMflMISBEDAUARODND /) at the Fire Station In Elolse. also be with Mrs. Heath,
Marine PFC Sherman A. on February 18th. f and ifs! : only !: wide J
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gelst- Love, son of Mr and Mrs .
of Monett Mo. are here Harold G. Love, 1209 Sixth
er ,
1' ms, Street SE, has been graduated mates the difference |
Litt! lt"1'SSI for a winter vacation. They NEW ARRIVALS | 1tdp0tnt SLIMWALL ,

; Il1ll/1111 ILL!' i are located at the Pickett from recruit trainingat Mr. and Mrs Cbaffln E. of in just =
/.; the Marine Corps Recruit I 26 cu. ft. Storage Space a space

f FRONT Apartments. Depot, Parrls Islands, S. C. Teal the parents Jr. of Halnes of a son City born are | 48" wide. |

( CONTROL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester! at 10::52 a.m. yesterday in
Smith! of Davenport, la. are Guaranteed not to drop, the Winter Haven Hospital.The .
Patented Philco Cool Chassissang' here for a visit with the lit droop or descend to hslf- baby weighed in at lev- I Food Well-Preserved Food I II
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Miller's New Major ProvisionsOf Bartow PairIndicted President Says Baker Asked Key Club Drive Tampa Gunman




Play PannedBy Tax Bill ListedWASHINGTON Are For Nothing For Stereo To Be SundayThe Killed After


WASHINGTON (UPJ)-Prul. It to the Johnsons on Baker's door.to.door fund drive

CriticsNEW / (UPI) Here Instead of six months, before In Murder Case I dent Johnson says his former Instructions. Baker la a Insurance vie for the Parker-Could Memorial Bank HoldupTAMPA
aide Bobby Baker was "askini president of Reynolds' sponsored by the
it aalc. Fund.
art the major provisions of the taking any profits on for nothing and as far as I I agency.
scheduled
Club la
$111 billion tax cut bill approved No revenue gain, but a curb on knew expected nothing" from Johnson said he and his (amity high school Key John (UPI) One
Sunday young
held
YORK (UPI-An un quick, easy profits often obtainable Mrs. Shirley Ann Martin, the to be
the for a
by the Senate Finance the I5S4 stereo Baker gave him. had used stereo chairman reminded gunman was shot down and bn
successful marriage involvingan under present option priv 27-year-old Bartow mother, and' The President volunteered Information time. An aide has told senators McKay, publicity companIon captured
Committee: today.Membera Thursdaywhen
blonde ileges. I
ill fated sexy recording her 20-year-old boy-friend Joel about the phonograph it later was given to a memo Club will they fled the suburban
and television singing star Individual Ratea Income tax Casualty Losses: The bill household of the Key
ber Johnson
Lawrence which baa figured prominently of the Exchange Bank of Tempi Ter-
Wilson indict several
and echoes of the McCarthy would deductions for the were be divided Into groups,
bracket now ranging from 20 deny in a Senate investigation staff
carrying $63,000 in ..
ed yesterday by the Polk County each with an adult sponsor race cash
of communism lend point group
probe first in
per cent to (1 per cent would $100 personal property of Baker's activities, at an Two senator one Republican will various sections and ran into an arriving lore
ed' autoblographal touches be cut across-the-board retroactlv lossea due to fire, theft accident Grand Jury on charges of Impromptu new conference the other Democrat- and cover Haven and Lake of policemen.
of Winter
to playwright Arthur Miller's"After etc. Presently 100 per first degree murder. Thursday at the White House. agreed today that the Baker affair Wounded in the back
The Fall" which had to Jan 1. This year they cent of such losses de. Alfred. was
tax Rules
are The Senate Committee
i would hurt Johnson politically Servando
They accused of the Fernandez
are murder be recognized 35, of
,its premiere Thursday night would fall to a It.to-77 per cent ductible. Reveue gain: $50 resumes its open hearings into but they differed on how Members may lIe
of Mrs. Martin's Club and Tampa. was reported in
husband their Key pins
First nlghter at the new by
range then to 14 to-70 per cent million the Baker cast today with testimony much. I air condition at
Anta Washington Square Thea. on Jan 1, 1965. Revenue loss: Other Provisions: The bill liberalizea Earl, last Nov. 30. He was about a (21,000 townhouse Sen. Hugh Scott R-Pa, said cards, and blue many and will white be wearIng Key- companion was tentatively a hospital.Identified Hit.

ter could not avoid thinkingthat $> billion. tax relief for elderly shot to death in I target shootIng he purchased. Th house the Baker case "plus other developments the aald. ai Richard Sanchez, 20
McKay ,
hour drama Club vests
the three
was Corporation Rates: The 52 persons who sell their homes area south of Bartow, and wa occupied by Baker's secretary could have a considerable The fund Is used to help also of Tampa. He was held on
in I general way a personal cent tax rate earningsIn for a profit for medical expenses Tennessee beauty queen impact on the outcome bank
on
catharsis for the playwright; per law enforcement officers say provide a college education fora robbery charges and bond
Carol Tyler. in Novem
is though he bad put himselfon excess of $25,000 a year of the aged for child Wilson has admitted the shooting Johnson said he received the of the election worthy local student who was act at 50000.
and his would be cut to SO per cent this case expenses. It also imposes and Mrs. Martin has ad. ber. otherwise not be able to The two bandits entered the
the couch may
was own At La.
about expensive stereo set in U59. Sen. Russell B. Long, D ,
then 48 cent when $45 million in higher
bank
year per mltted planning it with him continue his education shortly before closing time
analyst
that time Johnson Senate "the vicuna
waa but added
agreed
Jason Robards Jr., In a brilliant fully effective next year. For taxes the on gas-oil companies, limits A third person was also In. Democratic leader and Baker coat didn't beat Eisenhower McKay added all persons and stuffed money from the
small businesses under $23,00 benefits of executiveswith dcted In the lime case. Larry the bank vault Into two sacks while
to
portrayal of Quentin a ; was aecretary to Senate Demo and the deep freeze didn't beat contributing $1 or more
successful wyer of 40, equates I Income the present 30 per cent' company-paid life Insurance D. McCaslin 19, Is charged crats. The President said his Truman. The stereo won't beat drive will receive in return a holding employei at gunpoint.
with Miller normal corporate rate would policies over $70,000 in with being an accessory after family and the Baker family Johnson." "dollar for scholar key". I Police however laid they
A shapely pretty unknown I flU to 22 per cent In 1965. Rev value and tightens restrictionson the fact accused of helping Wilson had exchanged gifts before. Lyndon were alerted by a radio message

Barbara Loden complete with nue loss: $U billion personal holding companies escape after Martin's death "He was an employe of the from a school crossing guard,
light blonde wig in the secondact I Low.Income Persons A new used to shelter income from Also Indicted for first de. public and had no business Today's Commentary who was told by a businessman

has what everyone will refer i minimum standard deduction Is taxei. gree murder was William P. pending before me and was ducking out of the bank that a
to as "the Marilyn Monroe provided for persons who do Griffin 55, of Lake Wales. asking for nothing and so far ----I holdup was In progress.
part" referring to Miller's not Itemize on their returns. It. Windsor Castle lie is charged with gunning aa I knew expected nothing In I By PHIL NEWSOM of raw materials. Gheorghlu Sgt. K. W. Felts said the

movie star second wife who would result in removing entirely down Monroe Tucker 17, return any more than I did UPI Foreign News Analyst Dej instead Insisted upon the bandits were met coming out of

died of an overdose of sleepingpill almost 1.$ million persons (Continued From Page One) Dec. I after the two had a when I had presented him with One of the more interesting right of national sovereignty the bank by five police cruisers
a year and a half after from the tax rolls. Under era arrived for the start of the fist-fight at Griffin's barbecue gifts," Johnson said Khru and continued to press full tilt and several policemen on foot

their divorce.. existing! .law, persons. who do. show next Wednesday night restaurant in Lake Wales Don B. Reynolds, a Silver aspects of Premier toward industrialization.He He said the men began shootIng -

-Thl.--e-baiacur. Maggie, Is not itemize may nice I aiana Bob Dillon who managed the James Henry Walker 21, oTlfton Spring, Md., Insurance broker shchev's Stalinlzatlon campaign signed up with a Franco. when they saw the officers.

depleted as a girl from a bro. ard deducatlon equal to 10 per show la it )year said traffic Ga. was Indicted on who wrote life insurance policies has been the growing independence British combine for construe' They made it about five blocksIn

ken borne, with not too much cent of their income but not to was heavy all day late into the rape charges. on Johnson totaling $200,. of Romania within Lion of a $36 million steel plate a bullet-punctured car, then

education who II a phone girl exceed 1000. The bill retains night and early this morning Margaret Newson was Indicted 000, told Senate investigator Communist bloc. mill to be built in Romania's leaped out and beaded in opposite
In Quenttn's office. He doesn't this, but provides an options i With 633 of the finest horses on second degree he paid for the stereo and sent the Danube River delta at Galati. directions on foot.

know she exists until a chance system unde rwhich a taxpayer In the United States, Canada murder charges In connectionwith This independence of Moscow He signed expanded trade The money was dropped and

meeting In the park when h* Is regardless of Income could Mexico and Ireland entered, the fatal stabbing of first expressed Itself in Romanian agreements with both Britain scattered in the streets, but

beset with marital problemswith claim a deduction of $300 for competition is expected to be Elija Dennis Gibbons las Two ChildrenDie economic policy and in the and France and also is lookingfor apparently was all recovered.

his first wife. Within a few himself and $100 for his wife the best ever offered here. Oct. 14. last year has been extending to markets in the United Felts said he chased Fern In'

:years she li suddenly a great and each dependent. A married Sanctioned by the American The grand Jury retained a political and cultural fields States. del for about three blocks after
singing star and followsup the couple with two children thus Horse Show Association the "no true bill" in the caoe of The Romanians do not publicizeIt Last summer he announced the gunman deserted the car.

crush she baa always bad on would owe no tax on income of Imperial Charity Horse Show Joe Willis Huntley, charged In FireTAMPA especially since, with their Jointly with Yugoslavia agreement He said he brought Fernandci
him. He marries her $3,000 whereas they now pay is rated "A" by the AHSA. with raping a girl last Octo long common border with the on construction of a down with a shot from his

His own career suffers during tax on $333.. Revenue loss: $330 The arrival of Windsor Castle ber. r...&.. II..lft". .1.... "onnnt aCford hydro-electric and navigation service pistol. Sanchez was rundown

this marriage that soon be. million. wasn't the only big news Presiding Circuit I Court (UPI-T children to press;: Moscow too; hard. project on the Danube. Estimates and captured by other

come hectic because of the Limitations on Tai Deduc. There were others among the Judge William K. Love refused burned to death near here late Nonetheless the country presents of its total cost range officers.Wm.M.Harrell.
basic Insecurity of the star lions: For persons who itemize arrivals that are considered to disclos the Identityof Thursday night In a fire causedby an outstanding example from $400 million to $800 nul

who feels she never Is loved their deductions, stat and local among the finest show horses a seventh person indictedby an explosion in a wood stove. of growing nationalism within I lion.

enough and takes to liquor and taxes .on .cigarettes,,__alcohol, In.1..the... .I....United... ....tlft.. States....... ........._ .. ... the grand jury. Nature of Police identified the victims the East European Communist Romania's trade with the
pills to keep her going. In a movie inriier lamiBiiont couia: "' .u. .u .8 .. the charge was not disclose ss Mary Alice Hill, 12, and her bloc and along with Yugoslavia West has been increasing,
climactic seen leading to one no longer be deducted. Senators so being given to the show. because the subject II not in brother Lewis Thomas Hill, 9. and Red China provides while showing a percentage decline I

of her pill blackouts be almost however retained deduc. Five Mexican riders will be custody Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eugene evidence that probably never in the East For all this,

throttles her but she Is revivedfor tlons for gasoline auto tag among the contestants, along Hill and two of their fIve children again can world communism the Romanian regime la and Dies At Age 57
a few more months of life and drivers license taxes which with Canadians and an Irish.. BOMB SCARE escaped the blaze. return to the monolithic statethat remains Communist But it
is he walks out for good. the House bill would have de. man. Some of the people already Firemen said the fire broke It was in the time of Lenin represents a degree of liberal

The play is about Quentln's nied. Property state Income here Include the Hon. PARIS (UPI) An alert out when Hill 42, poured fuel and Stalin.It I ration unheard of baa than 10 William II!. Harrefl S7, of
Diana went out at
Orly Airport Thursday
search for truth and Justification and aalea taxes also would con bridge Connolly-Carew County Kildare Cel-Ireland morning when a valise being .- oil Into a kitchen stove containing probably still Is too early years 114 East Fifth St., Wahaeta.
tinu to be deductible. Revenue wood embers. Romania's 62-year-old
burning 10 label died this
tot his own continued existence and Lt. Col. Ruben Urlza loaded onto a Marseilles- morning at a Bit
;
and on. element of his gain: $190 million. and E. Azcarrage of Mexico bound plane began emitting The stove exploded. party and state leader Gheor- ago.Quotes tow hospital after a lengthy
starch Involves th* defense of Stock Dividend: Sinators all are member of their strange buzzing sound and a Hill his wife Marie 36, a 15- ghe Gheorghlu-dej another Tito. Illness.
: hit former law protestor a went along with the House In Olympic teams respective aorched odor year-old son, Robert and Rosie But in the last year, he baa A native of Pearson Ga. hi

,C mtMfe Vn.d ..... under Investigation reducing; the benefit BOW en In addition the ABC Farmsof Police summoned quickly Hill S, escaped the blaze The defied Soviet displeasure In a moved to Florida in 1831 and
by the House Commit.I joyed by persons with .Inble were father and son were burned number of Important waya. settled in Jacksonville, Ft
Brampton, Ontario Canada and they the
I Income from stock: dividends, stopped pasien their facet they He established an embassyIn From NewsBy
tee American at
i* on Activitiesas have again entered six hackney get who owned the aultcsi slightly on The moved to Wahneta in MM ui
a suspected former Commu. present law permits a stock' ponies. Owned and shown When they checked the bag, tried unsuccessfully to set! back Albania Red China'* alngle had been employed by Boria
nist.Jj holder to exempt from tax the Into the house and save the European satellite. for the
by !Mrs. Victoria Armstrong, I red faced police discovered the United Press International past six years. I IH
A friend of both of them who first $50 of dividend Income victims. Romanian newspapers have is '
these ponies ran off with all I suspected "bomb" was a battery survived by hit widow< ,
.. bss been subpoened by the ($100 for married couples) and the prizes In their specialties I operated toothbrush which Police said an older ion war given prominence to Red CHICAGO United Auto Mrs. Bertha Kartell of WsW!

committee has named names. allows him to subtract from his last year As walk-on ponies I had jarred and turned itself on, out on a date at the Urn of the China's side of the dispute with Workers President Walter P. neta; two daughters Mrsj

.: The professor dies under the tax bill 4 per cent of his renaming and pulling two-wheel roadsters I chewing up Its plastic case. fire. the Soviet Union.GheorghiuDej Reuther backing PresidentJohnaon'g Betty Simmons and Mrs. Loll

wheels of a subway train obviously dividend income. The they were among the favorites was conspicuously plea to Industry to Pope both of Wahneta; four
a suicide. >IU would hike the exemptionof of the huge crowds that Soviets Insist absent last July when hire more workers instead of sons, Henry W. HarreU, Ov

;. The long play too long for $100 ($200 for marred cou- thronged the show grounds. Khrushchev met In East Berlin paying overtime: mah F. Barrel and ManrlcaHarrell
Its plea), but eliminate the 4 percent the New York with other satellite leaders to' "It is scandalous that millionsof
own good, although it is as While name horses in the (Continued From PIe One) all of Winter Haven
closely knit as a pair of aox- : credit. Revenue gain: $300 big jumper stake are on the to at discuss the China situation.At workers put in excessive and Willis Harrell of Jacksonville .
help surprise
prevent
consists of Quentin trying to million. lips of horse lovers there area tacks. the United Nations, In lesser overtime hours while others ; a brother Harvey HIT-

make up his mind by review. Moving Expenses: Employes number of horses owned by Stock ReportNEW The question of nonproliferation ways, the Romanian delegation can't find Jobs." tell of Wahneta; thre. listers
who move to another city to residents who also showed signs of independence Mrs. .
t, log his past as to whether he area will be of nuclear and Becky McKinnon of Vsldosta
j lisa learned enough truth to justify change: Jobs would be permit.ted heard from. Such names as Lit. measures to reduce weapons the risk of from Moscow WASHINGTON President Ga, Mrs. Armenda Jor-
forming a third marital alJ to deduct from taxes for tie Fiddler Mildred Adams, YORK (UPI- Midday attack major Issues In the cultural field was the Johnson minimizing the gift of don of Kirkland Ga, and Mrs.

liancf. The candidate this time the first time costs of transporting Blythe Jaguar Prince. Lucy's stock prices: surprise before the 17-nation are disarmament abolishment of the Maxim. a stereo be received from Bobby Beadi Wright of Jacksonville;

Is a German woman still troubled household goods, meals tacky, Plamvlew'a Beauty, 4 American Can .......... 43<4 conference here. I Gorky Institute of Russian Language Baker, his former aide: and 15 grandchildren
.by the horrible events of and lodging while en route Courageous Gentleman Stone American Motors ......... liVe The mixed-manned nuclear and Literature in Bucha. "He was an employs of the Friend may call at the
World War II, through which Revenue loss: $eo million. wall Sensation, Highland Amer. 4 American T&T .. ..... l45Ve fleet of Polaris-armed surface eat and its incorporation into public and had no business Crisp Chapel tomorrow from
she lived Sick Pay Present law permits can, Pat Boone Kebu and 4 American Tobacco ,.., 26VtAnaconda Buchareat University. pending before mt and was J to I p.m.Funeral .
has
=: The play Is less than it a person to exclude from many others will come In for . . ....... 46% United ships been proposed by the There also was the sudden asking for nothing and so far arrangements will be
States the defensive
: should be In a number of spots, Income up to $100 a week while heir share of honors before Atlantic Coast Line ...... 684 backbone of NATO as of whichWest disappearance in November of as I knew expected nothing in announced later by Crisp Funeral
but It does weave a theatrical absent from work because of the five-day show la over. Bethlehem Steel .......... 33 the Romanian language editionof return any more than I did Home

spell.If you stay with it, and, Illness New restrictions would Despite the fact the show la Boeing .. ..... ............ 38V ber. The Germany force still la a la key in the memo discussion New Times, a Moscow when I bad presented him with

as Miller's first play In nine permit an exclusion of up to I still five days off, fans have Borden . .. .. ........ 69Vi directed publication devotedprimarily gifts." Tax
years, it certainly should be $100 a week only for that period flocked to the show grounds to Chesapeake Ic Ohio ....... 72 Since stage the disarmament to propaganda and Cut Bill

aeen. beyond the first 30 days of get a peek at the horse being ::hrysler . .. ........... IV* conference political issues.Industrially WASHINGTON Sen. Kenneth .
illness[ regardless of whether worked out taking a gander Cities Service ............ 64H" resumed Tuesday the the keynote of P. Keating of New York (Continued From Page One)
Russians have been
: hospitalized. Revenue gain: at grooms polishing hoofs, oca.Cola .. ....... ..... 113% building upa Romania's defiance of Mossow I asked if he regarded presiden !Istrttion'a frantic efforts during
7 Youth Groups $100 million. watching the blacksmith putting Colgate . ............ 40 campaign against the West'snuclear pressures has been its refusalto tial hopeful Sets Barry Goldwa.ter the two-hour committee break

: Continued From Page One) Slock Options The bill would on new'1II0e., and just getting urU...Wrtiht ........... 18% The Soviet force plan. go along with Khrushchev'splan as an extremist: between morning and afternoon I
cram la the niv* of the church require that corporate executives I a look It how the people Douglas Aircraft ......... 22* foot-dragging onmeasures to integrate the Commu- "The answer is no. Barry sessions: Restoration of $460
who ahow and to prevent the spreadof list under comecon, million
for horses In
it 7:30.Mn.: given options to purchase care Dow Chemical .......... 69* nuclear economy Goldwater Is a very valuable Treasuryexcise re-

... Culver 0. Spencer I la stock at low prices exercise live.Many )u rant ................ 2SW by weapons Western was attributed -. the council for mutual economic senator and I hope he la reelected ..
were amazed at the many diplomats assistance. Over-all taken
chairman of the sub-committe their options within five years astern Air ............. 34H" to to the Senate" 1 the decision
luxurIous 1 have reduced
I accommodations pressure by Communist This plan would by the tax-writing senators
arranging the youth program I Eastman Kodak .......... 11SV4 -
some of the big trailers afford. China. Romania to the role of supplier I raised the
price of the $111biliio
She asked that churches send rord Motor .. ........... 5m FRANIFORTGeninanyAr- 1 tag
name of their participants Poll Tax Ban ed. Equipped with double beds, .. thur Breitwieser measure passed by the
on General: Electric .. 85H a former Nazi I House
the program to her by Jan. 29. TV stove sets, refrigerators look radios eneral: Motors ........... 77% Lake Alfred I corporal on trial in the gas to about $11.5 billion
they
i* thoughthe
Her telephone la CY 4-2943 (Continued From Page One) travelers here General:: Telephone .... S3V4 chamber murders of prisoners With
were to stay. the close of holiday
Each church is to provide one could become a "terribly con For the close of this Goodrich:: ... .. ....... ... S2' during World War II at the the
usher for this service and their fusing" 'Itultlon.MI..illippl show many will merely mean moving Good: >ear ................. 41% Mr. and Mrs George Siemer veloix Mich., who Is winterIng Auschwitz.. death camp: I I had period northern citrus markets
very little leftover fruit,
names should be given to Dennis Atty, Gen Joe down the road toward Ml- Gulf: OilIllinois .. ... ............. SO' will visit Mrs. Anne Negus of in St. Petersburg. Mn. I had to get a transfer I according to Don Lists, sales
Frazer: 100 Terrace Drive, Patterson said "some machinery Istops Central ........... 57 because the gas made
ami me sick
and another big show with Eau Gallic over the weekend. Coulter wit a teacher In the I manager! for Florida
SW, phone CY 34913 by Feb. will have to be set up to along the for the Intl Harv . .. .. ..... 60 4 to my stomach." I I Citrus Tampa'i
way one Mr. Camilla Jensen enter. Exchange
4. reckon with two sets of votersone I International Nickel..... 7314 same school in Michigan where
two day affairs.
or
Any other local club or civicor for state elections and While the owners were the I International T&T ....... 55% tamed the Methodist Widow both Mr and Mrs. Sellers ..

church group wishing an advance one for national elections" center of attraction painters, JelectrIcIans lohns.Manville ........... 52% Club at dinner In her home taught before retiring to Florid

speaker on the Assembly Georgia made an attempt plumber, carpenI Kennecott ... ........... 79 Tuesday evening. I *.
should notify bliss Sally Aber- Thursday to beat South Dakotato ers and harassed horse show I Coppers ................ 40HKroger Houseguesta of Mr. and MtI.Leroy .
nethy, CY 33071, head of the Mrs. Stanley Wilson has returned
the punch In becoming the Hostler for a few weeksare .
.
officials were busy getting facilitlea Co .. .. .. ..... 29
Speakers Bureau of the local from a two-week visit '
38th state to ratify the anti poll ready for the opening. I Lockheed .,.....,... ..... 33 his brother-ln and ala.bet' -
Chain. I tax amendment to the US. The show Is again assured I Urlllird :. . .. ... 41% Mr. and Mra. William with her daughter Mrs. Rudy
Constitution and make Doench of Evansville Ind. Searcy and family of Jackson
it law. of an almost perfect operation I Louisville It Nashville .... I9V Abo ervfceWt
ville Beach.
NEED HELP But the South Dakota legislature with Bob and Bill Dillon a Middle, So Util ..... ...... 40HMonssnto Leonard Hendrlcka of Lake Duke
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey
Vales who Is canvalescingfrom
suspended Its rules and brother team from Greensboro . .. .....,,, 644Montgomery have purchased the Harold Olin Quality Cold Hardy Plants
.. took the necessary action while eye surgery Is a guest
N.C., as managers. Their managing Ward .... 34%
of Sellers home at 290 Cummings
the Georgia I resolution was Mr. and Mra. Alvin Decker. I
of the show last year Paramount Pictures ...... S5H'
bogged down. Recent guests of Mr and St., and plan to move with SPECIAL
I brought raves from horse ownI Penney . . . .. .... 43 H lira. Harold all I their family this week from -
1.1 Georgia abandoned Its Friedmeyer,
s"", poll era and the members of the Pennsylvania RR ........ 29 4 ,
O tax in 1945 South Carolina in from St. Louis, Mo, were Mr. their ranch home on State Road
; 1951 North Carolina In the mperlal Charity Horse Show I'epsl.Cola ............. 51 ind Mr*. Elmer Bauer and 557. near Interstate 4. Bailey
committee. They were credited Philip Morris . ........ 611', CAMELLIASIN
1920s, Florid I a In 1941. and (family, Mra. Otto Koielka Mr. grows hundreds of acres of watermelon
doing aa outstanding job
with
( \:, Louisiana in 1934. Phillips Petroleum ....... 4RH ,ind Mr. Paul Siebert and tarn- In the Belle Glade
Arkansas has a $1 annual poll by all hands the officials connected and with the Republic Steel ....... 4m I ily and Mrs. James Sutton and area, In addition to other vege BUD OR BLOOM
[pI tax, but Gov. Orval Faubus the show Reynolds Tobacco ....... 38'. I two daughters tables. Mr. and Mr*. Seller

$ may call a special legislative entrants.Sunday I I. expected to be the Rears: Roebuck ,........, 1034Sinclair A guest of Mr. and Mra.Harold are moving temporily to the 15 VarieKej Including
Ii session to iron out possible the late arrivals : . ............. 47HSocony I Sellers of Like Alfred former Cooper house they also
conflict. big day to aa check In before mid.Ir'due Mobil .. ....... 70 I a Mrs. Cora Coulter of Char- own on Cummings St. Like Plow RM Dew

i 1ht', Mississippi's $2 annual tax night. Officials will give a last Southern Company ....... 56% 4

4 ._ must have been paid the two minute: check on facilities to Southern Railway ....... 59% I Meeheelese IBM
previous yearn to keep tandard Oil (NJ78'4 PI"
up a vo make sure everything la in
CHECK THE NEW ter's eligibility. Paid by about work'na order.Additional Studebaker .. ........ . 6't John Funeral Home I Cm.W1bMMwilnf '
QUALITY HOMES 600,000 persons, the tax ia earmarked grandstands have Sunray DX .............. 33'i Crisp ,
IN for schools.A been erected expected Swift . .. .............. 45HFexaca .l.w

SUN ACRES measur passed by the overflow crowd orl.n members : ... .. . .. .. .71 201 I Pint Street South cad ...,. _
1963 Virginia legislature insures of the American Legion will be Ton 'exas Gulf Sulphur ...... 22%

:: OLD UKIIANO lOAD the use of the tax in state hand to help with the parkt Union Carbide ...,,... .. 1234 Winter Haven Florida $250 $350 $400
.. t.... It. KITH election but set up a complicated log of cars t r. S. Rubber .. ... .. . 47%

- HOMIJ IN registration procedure for The show it sponsored by OJFrieraonNichols I. S, Stel .. .. ... . .. 58HiValworth
SUN Atilt MATU I persons who want to vote only Post S of the Co. .... .. . 7 Phone 2944141RADIO

QUALITY graM MATERIAL In federal elections, American Legion and all profits 1 Western Union . 32HA'estlnghouse REINTS BROS. NURSERY
Texas voters last year rejected I go to the American Legion Air Bake 100 t DISPATCHED AMBULANCE

:.:. Villa Lumber an effort to repeal the $1.73 Hospital for Cr ppled Children V'Jtmshouse Electric . 31'. m SIXTH ST, s.w. CY4.25SSP.

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: :January 24, 1764" WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF -WINTER "HAVEN, FLORIDA faCIe Seven

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New MenottiOpera Drive-In Church Slates SpeakerThe I Marine Pariin Joins'CopierSquadron Faith Seven.


',i !fY. Gene W WethereD, 765 Goes On Tour

Spoofs professor at Florida Southern ea '
College: Is scheduled to be the Dol'hl' E Tartin of 240 Ave. TALLAHASSEE (UPI)'- The
E aW, Winter Haven, baa
speaker Sunday at the Haven- pw only thing mining when the
,
i ic Join",1 the Marine Air Reserve
isle Drive-la Church regularmorning Faith Seven Mercury rapiule
Our CultureNEW as a member of Marine Helicopter
display here for -the
goes on
serviceAn Squadron 765 at the Naval '
weekend will be astronaut Cordon *
Air Station, Jacksonville.The .
ordained Methodist mister
and the dram ef
YORK: UPI) Clan. year-old Marine Reserve Cooper
and a member of the his 38.hour ride through space
Carlo Menotti unveUd bit 11th corporal serves as I hellcnpter -
.
Missouri Conference he servedl4 mechanic during monthly ant year.The
at the Metropolitan to be how
opera years as extension minister drills. spacecraft, on
Opera Thursday night with a Born in Birtow, Cpl. Partin trough Sunday onnoti'n th*
nth the School of Religion at
iat t Capitol, will be Just as it was
stylish production that promtsi attended school in Lake Wiles
he University of Missouri when it splashed down in tne
before the Marine CorpsIn
be comic favorite. 5 joining
to a
..here his major assignment: 1951! lie served in the corps Pacific after Cooper's 221 orbits
"The Last Savage," provedto his return
and
of the earth,
was to help revitalize small until 1959.
be a gently satiric, witty tlew'. despite failure of some of the
Min
the
!
af lie is employed by
country churches of all drnom-
and sparkling work from a 4 ute Maid Co, in the maintenance control systems of the capsule
not afraid to be un nations In connection with the -
composer department of the Auburn- . LWI
original. It is an old fashioned, School of Religion's program of dale plantHe. -

three-acter with melodic arias raining ministers especially for his wife! Barbara, and V.V.V.VV.VRYE t
for all the principals, stirring ural pastoratrs.IB three children, Bobby Jr., Jo- GRASS
sextets and septet, grand this connection he traveled dee Lynn and Janet, reside in

marches, exaggerated coloratura throughout the state and _. Winter Haven. He Is the son of It's time to plant now fora
passages, and Victorian. ecame known to thousands of Mr and Mrs Gideon E. Par. beautiful winter lawn
inspired scenery. Missouri farm families as REV. GENE WETHERELL tin of Lake Wat'I.I .
"This Is my most courageous 'Brother Gene". DOTYFARM
work because I have withstood The "Reader's Digest" In a I LAKE ALFRED
every temptation to follow the eature article entitled, "Broth. 15'in College and the University :
I Mr and Mrs. Carroll Gardner
of Missouri. He joined the & GARDEN
modern stream, said Menotti! er Gene Farms for Souls",
house
will' have as their
backstage after Joining Roberta q"r b iS ti a r laid of him, "Man of God and staff of Florida Southern College guests this weekend, Mr. and SUPPLY
Peters, George London and other a nan of the soil, Gene Weth. as an associate in theExtension Mrs. Stanley! St. Helalre and Iff e.h. S W. CT J-M7T
members of the cast for i e .. riaP, t well Is pumping new life Into Klstler of I . . .
+ and Development Department Mr. and Mrs Andrew . . .
curtain calls. ural Missouri's once abandonid .
numerous in 1963. Cincinnati, Ohio. I . .
"The Last Savage" was first doesn't have much of tale to tell. His owners didn't get churches"He -
GONE This a
DOG dog has
also served
expectedbig
the for
produced at Opera Comique numertus Preparing an
in Paris last October and has him a rabies tag so the dogcatcher Iud plain got him. Kelly Sheffield of the Polk Impounding Methodist pastorates and crowd Sunday la the Drive. For TIME and,
since been shortened and re Dept says that they art picking up all dogs running at large that haven't had for' three years was public wel- In Church's staff, Abner Lock- hlAI lift

vised. Menotti began to write it their shots. Owners then have a week to claim them at the dog pound 'in Bartow and ire superintendent of Clay hart, director of music; Mrs. VIAL, I IQ' TEM RATUR :

In 1958! but was interrupted by have them vaccinated County, Mo. Pat Jackson, music associate; I
television work and his summer Rev. Wetherll Is a native of Harry Noyes, greeter; C A. '.... .urt" ,

music festivals in Spoleto, fulton, Mo., and attended West- Anderson, usher chairman; and ''UHANG 'NlrIONAL.. lANK. Mftlllt. .DjC'

Italy.comic It opera.is his first full length Dog Licenses I You, Your Child And School I IB minster College, Central Wes- -Ed Fader--, hospitality- chairman. __

The plot concerns a rich DAVID NYDICK tire adjustment was poor. An
woman anthropologist who bags {'PI Education Specialist additional problem was probably -
a phony cave man in India Must For PetsAny College students have learn. his age. H was unable to
and takes him back to Chicago. ing problems which can be cor maintain a social life with other CENTRALSTORES', 8 PM
Exposure to the civilizing features rected. Many colleges and universities college students. He did not Open Tonight Til
of American life drives dogs that haven't bad maintain facilities for have their experience to back

him to seek refuge In a real their rabies! vaccination tot testing and guidance. Instructors up his ability.

cave where the anthropologistJoins 1964 are In danger of being spend many hours outsideof The dean had helped Robert
him-bringing a bathtub, and his father !to recognize the
c 1 a i a e. helping students
Polk County
and air conditioner picked up by the
refrigerator
a achieve success. situation which existed. The
with her. Impounding Dept. Aa a major university, Robert causes had been obvious. The -
Menotti spoofs many aspectsof The Polk County Rabies Con. had just completed his first next step to take was the immediate :
our culture from cocktail trol Law requires all dogs over year. He was a pre med student concern. A 4'i xit4i.
party barbarities to blind acceptance four months of age to be vaccinated with an outstanding high The dean had an appropriateplan. : : 9 vS t> age
of abstract art and school record. He started college It hsd several parts. The :
twelve-tone music, which he against rabies! each when he was' 18 years old. first step was for Robert to take
satirizes with I hilarious trio year and wear a county tag His grades at the end of the a leave of absence for a year. .
for strings. The composer to show proof of vaccination! year were extremely poor. During this time he would obtain
makes musical bows to Rossini, according to Dr. James F. Ca. The dean In charge of guidance a job. The university placement
Puccini,, Richard Strauss and arranged a meeting with office could assist him.
Gilbert and Sullivan and even son, director of the Polk County Robert and his father. They discussed This period would give Robertan

to previous Menotti operas. Health Dept. Robert's background, opportunity to mature. He STARLIGHT LADIES'Capris
It was Menotti's first production Any veterinarian In the county problems, and ambitions. He would have time to collect his
at the Met since his Ill- can give the shots and sell obviously bad a great deal of thoughts and make some important LADIES' 4 0o DA

fated "Island God" In 1942. the tag for $1.50. Even thougha ability as seen by his successIn decisions without the BLOUSES 1 Pedal Pushers J68 '
' Since then he has written some high school. He had graduated pressures of school.At .
I' of his best work-"The Me dog has had his shots he with the highest averageIn the end of the year the COMBED COTTON maul** mvm
diem" "The Consul," "Amahl will still be picked up If he the school He had been editor university would be pleased! to SOLIDS FANCIES 10 I."
and the Night Visitors," and doesn't have a tag.A of the school newspaper, discuss his return. The dean
The Saint of Bleecker Street" Impounded for not having judge on the student court, would lend him lo the vocational
high member of the student council guidance services wherehe '
-and
, for "The expectations Last Savage.were" The a 1964 tag will be kept and winner of a gold medal in could be tested and discuss

new work if not grade A Me- for seven days at the county math. In college he had joined his future. Several courses such
nottl! but it obviously baa audience pound at Bartow. The owner the freshman basketball team, as study techniques would bf DRESSESREDUCED:! 555 666 777

appeaL may claim the dog In this time, dramatic club, and newspaper. arranged.
paying $1 Impounding fee plus Robert's problems in college Robert and his father saw
$1 a day board. The dog must were typical of many students. the wisdom of these suggestions
then be vaccinated within three with his background. His ambitions and were most appreciative tot
ABSOLUTE days. were not really In the the advice. They left with a ENTIRE FALL AND WINTER STOCK REGULAR VALUE TO 12.98

The pound Is open weekdaysfrom field of medicine. lie had taken new outlook on the future.
8 a.m. to noon and 1 to that curriculum because of his Robert obtained a position. /
AUCTION Alter he returned to visit / ENTIRE STOCK -
5 pm. Any dog picked up and parents' pressure. He had developed a year ,
work habits in the dean. This time he came
not claimed In seven days may poor ". LADIES'SWEATERS i
high school. The work, in rela alone. He stated his desire to "
be given to a new owner. .
SALE GIRLS
County records show that tion to his ability, required little return. The dean was pleasedto v GIRLS'SW ;
effort. When he arrived in agree. He knew Robert bad '
dogs In the county have COATS
many
not received their rabies shots. college the work required a different matured when he came to settle % EATERS v
SaturdayJan. approach and effort lie his own problem without hisfather's JACKETS
The shod, and the tags, expired
the last day of 1963 ao had difficulty studying. Ilia en support.
25 at 2 p.m.I all dogs must have new ones. 84
DAILY CROSSWORD t 34 \ 368TO 568 3ro
The vaccination tag law Is the i 6r \' fe t.t4
best means of rabies control ACROSS DOWN 17.Fluff ItltiP //
Auction Includes available, and Polk officials Intend I Male deer 1.Glossy 18.Noah's 0 N n '<( \ I
to enforce }t, Dr. Cason 0.Reeort surfaced shelter frn A
Household Furnishings
aald. e.airl' name fabric 22.111- felt \ REGULAR VALUES I to l0.ft
Bedroom lO.Protubw. 1X lone hike n A, \
b' n suicn oncamel I.Trouble 23. ::. / TO felt
Living Room Legal AdvertisingTirn 4.Merry vested I.. A ,
IJ.TU* "Boot"country B.DIagrae* Into I i, A
Dining RoomAppliances "() ,
e.Question lens MEN'S
or s'ITFYTIoie! TOnrrii IS Circuit persistently 2(.Amert. t ,- 'I '. MENS SPECIAL GROUP

etc. Nolle: >TrR:1 li hfwbjr rininoi 11..n| that NAME the li.un Evening god T.plant Fiber :yar. can Indian Y.......,.. Au..... SPORT 68 SPORT
und.nlfn.d Intrnd to r.|l trr with IS.Were with >Small plugs 25.Frighten.Bishop' 2
Auction To Bt Held the Clerk of the Circuit Court of anything e. :23 Proceulonneaddrua 32 Wastes time 888 1288

.t Polk Chapter Counlv:SW1.riorirtu,...... puniunt of Florid to. sham 21.Fuel 34.Melody SHIRTS COATS TO
Am of 1941 LrfMitura. a. mrndKt 18.Supplant 11.Stain 28 Foreigner 37.Honorable
JOHNSON APARTMENTS by Chapter SH7M Uw* of Klo- 19.Twuled 15.Fresco 29. Split abbr. ENTIRE STOCK
rid. Arti of 1961..L.rl.iahtr... the fabric water JL Conela S3.Simian AND BUTTON DOWN P ONLY 27 COATS 22E1t
CYPRMW REGULAR f\f\
.It:
303 4th St., S.E. GARDENS fKMtlmj! name PUA7A undo which 20.Half an era COLLAR STYLES 2 for IN THIS GROUP TO
loct 21.Anger a a e i .
Aer.M teem Dealt** Jr. HI ttwjr an .n* d In bmlnra : I i
Gerd.m 22.Sibilant j
d at f>3 Cyprw*
Road, Winter! H.,'.n. FlnjMa, d' I. 'a23.1'rinter'a
F. Malcolm Pop
SPONSORED ir MAry !/>!. P"P MENS
Ktnnrtin Sbarlt, K.l" rdii! need I& to MEN'S I
Grace Lutheran Church .",1 Mnziwl'' Avenue, SW 24.rig [ MEN'S
P O. Bor all 25 Blemish ,i4 Z.; 7 .1 DRESS / SWEATERS X1 WORK
Winter Haven FlnrldaJn 27.:NeedlefUh ,
17 14. M. reb. T,_1SM. 21.Land ura" 11 .. i, ,\ SHIRTS ; PANTS ;
Vr
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SO.Metal k it as \\ Sines 14, 'oV : sY ;
container I5'/a' I6 VOO.J PPPe
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only Io5.e8
to touch "
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"LET ME n organ ie ab If : i& at ,
KHAKI '
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Show You How S3.:Clamor 3e a. 1& "w sailed VALUES TO ...1',"' GRAYMen's "
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Instrument 1e u3T. ,
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EASY IT IS TO .Compelled "
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to n y' 'Boys'
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BUY A TOTAL i .. '
39.Paradl... w B oys SHORTSBRIEFS
40.Unfolds JACKETS

PERORMANCENEW 42.41.:Border Headland 4t 41. ra4L PAJAMAS 1 68 44c VALUES


CARNOW TO 288
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COTTON FLANNEL TSHIRTSTORES I
otticwus priM >rjlARBp EACH 1..1 left

and SPARERIBS


SAVEl"MillS! KEMPF Ifiryttf itk l r.1q Jean*, ;1 Iho BOYS'toYS'

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Sales MenetefWT 11v. ouncE

HAVE A LARGE ASSORTED SELECTION SPORT WISTUM STYLE l

OF SATURDAY \\ SHIRTS 68 1 5' JEANS ''

Fftirlanes Falcons

Fairlano 500's Sla. Wagons COTTON

Galaxies Econolines ., FLANNEL .,

Thunderbirds Pickups & Trucks DRUGSTORES


LIGGEmOUCHTON L \ /

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WESTWOOD MISSIONARY


CHURCH Rev Hill end Ralph Oneness or Avenue JESUS N.Filth McAllister M,CHRIST NW Attend The Church Of Your ChoiceLARRILEA JInd Old Lakeland And BAPTIST Avenue Pastor Road 0


Ed: Witney,
10:00: ..m.-Sun. School
.m.SUD.. Worship 1:45: '.m.-Sun. School
11:00:
11:00 ..m.-Morning Worship
.Y.P.C. Meeting
1:00: p m I
7 00 pm.-Evangelistic Meet. THORNTON The Exchange E. HUDSON CO. 6:45pm-Training Union
8 00 .Evening Worship
: p m
Bible Study
7t: ..p.m.-Weel. MATHER JOHN C. FISHER National Bank 191 A.*. A, N.W. CY 1.lm I
FURNITURE
SALON
BEAUTY METHODIST
ASSEMBLY OF GOD i SEE US FOR YOU

Eagle<< Like FURNITURE CO. lunar H...n'I Finest REALTOR Charles DUNDEE Roberts Pastor
He*. Canell Bruce, Pastor INSURANCE
Sun. School 22' fIIlr4 St. Furniture '.dd''''. Carp.H 11:00: a.m.-Worihip
1:45: i in 'H.fa. *f Cwtity .,.,..,.- Dr. .rl.t oc ... School
11:00: .m.-Morning Worship s.w. a p 131 W c...... REAL 10:00: a m. Sun.

T:DO p.m._Evangelistic Senr.Tuei ttb Strart et Ave J, N.W. ...... rI Dtwuttwn Winter H.... ft*** CT 4-U01 OP WINTER HAVEN ESTA11C Fellowship I:00 p.m.-Methodist Youtl

TOO.:p.m.-Mid.week service 3.0egf .A SOS Pep Ave. N.W. M.kf FJU.C. NEEDS. .. tice 7:00: p.m.-Wed., Choir pray


INWOOD BETHEL 7:30: p.m.-First Wed of each
ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'. 'Finger-Uelun' Good" Axe.O.rvkee art Ik* Church month, Women Society of

Th* Re.. William D. Let If taw CM.* This w.*. Christian Service

rector m.1(02I ............
.
:45 i.m.Sun. School ..s ..'. ; BEYMER MEMORIAL
--_ WnCOMI WAGON METHODIST
11:00: am.Morning Worship! .(
6:M p.m.-Christ: Ambassadors Jkt rrltl \ 700 N. Lake Howard Drive
:
Service &It.k\a., :;' Rev. Leo F, Xing Pastor

T:00 p.ra._Evangelistic Senr. ... ...,...."" .., .. 8:30 a.m.-Worihip Service
11:00 Morning Worship
: a m -
Wed: and Praise .. .. .... 5:30 p.m.-Methodist Youth
7:00 p.IB.-Prayer r"S tl

Service I 6th St., N.W. 274-2235 : Phone 294.2989 Fellowship 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

DUNDEE 7:30: pm.-Wed., Mid.Week
Across Street From City Ball .t\ Service

.... Leland Holland The nursery will be open for

Sec. Ralph Dixon ".1' all worship services

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School The I Publix Market
11:00: a.m.-Ministry of Word -asp ST. JOHNS METHODIST
T:43 p.m.-Evangelistic Serv \Z7 3 Rev William Tiffin, Pastor
Wed QUEEN Family 1 sn ov s c.nt.. Meeting in Activities Room of

Prayer Meeting r :i Winter Haven High School
I:43 p m Drive-In
Nlgy/aa :1 -11- 9:30 a.m.-Worship Service
EAST SiDE 77c 1.n it : r thepplne 10:45: am.-Sun. School

Dundee Highway<< Lake Region 1101 f1S _Rule. .,;/, t. A Nursery provided.
Sub. DIvlikm ... 'j ......N..

William L. Spann, Pastor k ELOISE METHODIST

10:00 Sun. School Rev Troy Hatmaker
: a m.- _
Third Street
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
( 30 p.m.-Youth Service i' 10:00: a.m....Sun. School
:
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serf ,.,.... 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship
STARPRESS I:30 .-MYF
7:45: p.m.-Thurs. Midweek p
service 1 7:30: t.m.-E"'ening Worship

1 t4 .a PRINTING
tTAHNETA FIRST ASSEMBLY FIRST METHODIST
lit east Street ; Lake Alfred
Lees Boiwell, Pastor th BUSINESS 'Church of The Lighted Cross'

I:43 '.m.-Sun. School 'r. ::. Rev Darold N. Storm
11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship 45,. INDUSTRY 1:45: a.m.-Church School

7:00 p.m.-Evening Worship (AU Ages)
"GOVERNMENT
Tuei: Tampa Electric Co. F'ww Nursery class during Chruch

T:30 p.m.-C. A. Meeting ( b : School
Wed.: 11:00: a.m.-Torshlp Service
T:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Gnu 1 xw. Nursery during Morning Worship
NORTH GATE
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ?Bi Rockets have a certain thrust and "' -rJ 5:00 p.m.-Youth Fellowship

Corner of Ave G, 2nd SE CITIES SERVICE no more. Nuclear bombs have a certain f'FlUWh. (Juniors, Jr High, Sr High)
Rev. Emerson Jones, Pastor ur 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship
explosive force and Every
more.
no g
Sun. School ., t_
10:00: m.- Informal Bible Study
11:00: ..m.-Morning Worship you ter I powerful device on which man depends BANK 7recol. \ 6:30 pm.-Fellowship Supper

I:30 p.m.-Woman'i Missionary ... Mightiest I-I our for !military defense or scientific advance \ Last FrL each month

Council the b.d. is limited In its energy n. 'f-7'
7:30: p.m.Evangelistic Senr But FAITH has no limits. It turns FREE METHODIST
7:30p. .-Christ Ambassadors COMPLC1ALIONMSNT- .. .., UD AMERICAN NATIONAL 292S LakeJfred Road
Wed: with trusting eyes to the Almighty, whose power is infinite, whose love is ever. BANK Rev Chadwick Donnally, Pastor

Dtnnl. Tov "..nd ANA, Bus !lasting It is constantly confident and because its can Marian
services courageous resources Rev DoDD'OJ.AllOCl.te
7:30 p.m.-Midweek tth Se. N.W. CT I.1707 Mtmb.r r.D.I.C. ,
testimonies<
LAKE IDARev. perilous times a great nation always finds its might in spiritual resources.. 9:45 a.m...Sun. School

Oliu Lake Pastor BANK Of' And today significantly, one of the essential elements of survival in which our Folk. c.."e,'. U.<.flnf. 11:00 6::45 p a-Worship.m.-Christian Youth

' Virgil Pop, SopLt LAKE stockpile dwarfs the Russians is FAITH. Khrushchev haa no secret installation to CHEVROLET DEALER Crusaders.
ALFRED
:oft.fe.rn.-Sua. school Bible match the thrust and force generated in the souls of our people by our hundreds. 6:Upm.-Fres Methodist
a
VOLUMI SELLING
Study of thousands of church Youth .. '
11:00 a.m.-Mornlnf Worship Think these next morning a GOOD DEALS 7:30: p.m.-Evsnjelistlc Service
f:4: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic on things as we worship together Sunday
!lL! our mightiest hour I a GOOD SERVICI TRINITY METHODIST

.
Thurs: CHURCH
7:45 p.m.-Prayer meeting -:..: 'w,4 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Chevrolet I Center Rev B. R. Blackburn Pastor
.... .
,. RevelationMEMBERFD.I.C.
Deuteronomy Isaiah Jeremiah Daniel Ephesiina Colouiani 1:45 .
: a m.-Sun. School
BAPTISTDAVISTAR I R112O0:26.El 101421: 4:28-SI 116-28: 1:S-1S
2iOlraSr..SW. CTM141CopyrtfV 11:00 .
a m.-Morning Worship
BAPTIST 19t>4 AtuKr Advtrtiunf irvid, Int, Stnufcv/g. Va 7:30: p. .-Evening Worship
a... Lester E. Miller Pastor Nursery available for Sun.
RI"',. IT.N. of Bartow Air Base School and
morning worship

10:00 11:00: a am.m..--Sun Morning. School Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms ,C:30 p.m.-M.Y.T.

I 30 p.in.-Training Union FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

7:45: p.m.Evening Service THI GENERAL ELECTRIC Morrison'SYour WINTER HAVEN Sixth St. at Ave. G., N.W.

Wed. I ATTEND THE STORI BANK PLANING MILLS Rev. James R. Blackwood
7:43 p.m.Prayer, Bibla ,Study Cp1k; o. Pastor

: Bale C" "'a CHURCH OF YOUR : I Cafeteria Of Commerce Rev Robert Furrow, Associate
DUNDEE :;
L.ade: R 9:45 a.m.-Sun. Church School
10:00: a.&.-Sun. School D.grt"nen/ k FSt. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Giad4rcy .,. .. CHOICE SUNDAY 1 I fur .. '. Worship
1:30: pjn.-Training Union t c 7:00 .
DIN''RHOME I II'' : p m Each Third Sun.,
7:30: p.m.-Evening Evsnge- B

untie OF City Drug Co. Thrift y City altar Church _- fOIa YaM All Kind. .( lulld n, Materiel! 12:15 Presbyteers: Noon. Each Fourth !Mon
7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice DUALITY W .
Wed: JIM SCOTT Phu".cllt! 1111 'tll St. N.W. CT 3-4121 W Central l Av* ass wlenl ercownfxrMAW"Hef.e til ;.;, .HtJnlftll"y"j.21U: Women Association
I tI:30: p.m.-Each Second Toes
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Men s Council

EAGLE LAKE LAKE SHIP INMAN 'ARKB.pUIl CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST RIFLE RANGE CHURCH 7:30 p.-Each Wed. October

Rev Rr W. Waterman, Pastor Rev Barry Ross ALLIANCE CHURCH SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD June Mid.wk Chapel Service

10:00: a.m.Sun. School 1:45: i.m.-Sun. School 1800 Sixth Street NW Rev. G. Blair McGarvey Ave, L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormon) Rev. J. G. Williams Pastor HOPE 'ltESBYTERUNCJpre.1

11:00: a.m.-Preaching 10:45: s.m.-Morning Worship Rev. Ormond Wolfrem Pastor W. Fred Schopke Jr, S.S. Supt. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School, pupils IKS 9th Street SE 10:00 a.m.-Sun. School Gardens Road
1:15: p. .-Tralnjig! Union. 8:45: p.m.-Training Union School up to 20 ;can of age. 11:00 Morning Worship
9:45: i.m.-Sun. School 11:45: a m -Sun a m at Lake Ina
Elder James E. Bishop
King
7:30: p, Preaching Service 7:45: p.m.-Evening Worihip 11:00 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Church Services 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship I Rev William H. Downey, Pastor
FIRST-OF EI.OISE Wed.: : a m -Morning Worship tI:30: p.m..-Youth Groups I:00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony 8:30 '.m.-Priesthood 7:30 p.m.-Tues..Prayer Meet. I 1:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School

Re* Walter E. Matheny, 7:30: p.m.-Priyer ServiceHAVEND.4LE 115: Training:: Union 8:30: p.m.-Adult Bible Study MeetingThe 9:30 a.m.-Tues. Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-Fri., Young Peo 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

Pastor 7:30: Evening Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room la locatedat 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School pie's ServicelEIIOV.O'S 5:30 p.m.-Junior, Senior High:

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Rev, 7:30 Prayer Meeting and Wed.: Ave B and 2nd St., NW 6:00 p.m.-Sacrament MeetingNo Youth groups
1:30: pM-Training Union Douglas P. Jensen, Pastor Bible Study.RIFLE 7:30 p.m.-Hour of Power WITNESSES 3:15: p.m..-.Mon., Girl Scout
10:00 t.m.-Sun. School CHURCH OF GOD evening meeting first Sun. KINGDOM HALL No.
7:45: .m. Evening Evangelistic prayer Troop 33
p 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service RANGE Avenue E, 7th Street, SW of each month. 2211 28th Street w. 6:45 p.-Second Tues, Men'i

10:00: a.m. Sun, School Service 7:00: p.m.-Training Union (Independent) CATHOLIC Rev Melvin A. Gifford Wed.: 8:00: p.m.-Sun., Public talks Dinner
Wed.: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship R. Dale ST. JOSEPH: 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-M.IA. 7:15: p.m.-Sun., "Watchtower" 7:00 mWed.Men's Break.
Simpson Pastor
7:30: p.-Wed.-Prayer Meet. 11:00: a m.-Morning Worship I 00 .Tues. "Your Will fast
: m Be ,
7:45: p.m.-Prayer, Bible Study 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School The Rev. Charles Anderson Thurs: p
7.00 p.m.Evangelistic Serv. Done Earth' 8:00 .
Pastor on Study m.-Wed Choir Relearsal
FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 9:30 I.m.-Prim.rlet. Children
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED Wed.: 7:30 .Thurs.
Avenue M and Ith, NW : p m Ministry
.
FIRST-OF INWOOD I Rev .Albert. Carnett. Pastor Wed.7:30: :p m.-Evening Worship Sun. Masses:-7:30, 9:00, 11:00: 7:30: p.m.-Young People's TEMPLE EMANVEL School 7:00 p.m.-Thun. Boy Scout
30
Ret. i. W. Campbell, Pastor : a m -Morning Worship 7:30 Holy] Day M..s.-7oo.: : >:00, Service t:30 p.m.-TIIurl., Sect Meet Troop No. 565
m Prayer :
1:45: .m.-Sun. School. 9:45 am-Sun. School p Meeting :OOamTOOpm. Sst: LAKELAND

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:00: t.m.-Morning Worship, FIRST CHRISTIAN First Fr. M..aea-7oo: a.m. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting S, Lake Holllngsworth Dr. GRACE LUTHERAN THE SALVATION AR*-Y
1:15: a.m.-Training Union. 1:45: p.m.-Training Union Weekday M..el-7:30 '.m. Irwin Cutler Rabbi 4th and Averse C, SE lad St. and Ave T, NW
I:00 p.m.-Ev'ning Worship (Disciples of Christ) WEST WINTER HAVEN Captain W Whittle
7:30 p.m.-Evenln Worship Eve of Holy Rev. Anjust
Sat
Confessions Bernthal Pastor
:- : 10:00 Sun. School
: a m.-
Wed. Rev. James N. Pastor
: Barnett J4lh Street, NWA. Officer in
Wed.: 4:00 to 5:00-7:30 to I:30 9:15: a.m.-Sun. School Charge
t:00 p.m.-Bible Study. Prayer I 30 p.m.-Mid.week Prayer I:30 a.m.-Bible School Day: : : J. Duncan Pastor Fri. S:00 p.m.-Evening Servo 9:15 a.m.-Adult Bible Class 1:45: a.m. Sun. School

(:45 a.m. Sun. School 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LAKE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School. Sat. 10:00: a.m.-Morning Servo 10:30 a.m.-Service of Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship SOUTH SIDER. Nursery CIItRCH OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship HOLY COMMUNION 145: p.-Young Peoples Le.lion .
H. Malcolm Pastor 10:45 a.m.-Junior Church forages PAULS EPISCOPAL
( ST.
1:45: p.m.-Training Union L. B. Chastaln, Minister 7:00: p m -Evening Evangelistic First Sun. Each Month
I:00 p.m.-Evening Worship' Burnry Cow den, SS Supt. 4 through 7)) 10:00: ..m.-Bible Study 7th St. and Ave. L, N.W. TELEVISION"THIS 7:30 p.-Evening Worship
(:45 ..m.-Sun. Bible School 1.5: p.m.-Youth Choir Prac. Tues: Tues:
Wed-: 11:00 t.m.-Preaching, Worship Rev. C. N. Sturrup, Rector IS THE LIFE"
11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching 1:45: p.m.-Christian Youth 7:30 4:00 .
: p m -Prayer Meeting : p m -Sunbeams
7:SO p.m.-Mld.Week Prayer >:30 p.m.Preaching Rev. J. G. Drawdy, Ass U 9:30 a.m.Channel 6
7:00: p m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Thurs: 7:30 p.m.-Ladles Home
Wed. .
: Eucharist 11:00 Channel S
A.M. a
7:30 Holy m-
FIRST-OF WAHAETA ages, Prayer meeting groupsfor Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed.) 7:30 Bible Study 7:30 p.m.-Young People's En. League
: p m 9::15 A.M. Family Eucharist RADIO BROADCASTS
Rifle Range Raid men and women T:45: p.m.-Evening Worship deavor Wed.:
Rev. F. R. RlghtmlreI << S:00 p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Wed.: 40TH ST. BAPTIST MISSION 11:00: A.M. Morning Prayer 10:K a.m.-Grace Sun. Sermon 7:30 p.m.-Girl Guards

:45 a.m.-Sun. Service Serv Broadcast WSIR 11:30: ..m.-Ladies Bible Class Rev H. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE Litany and SERVICES rmonWEEKD.Y 11 WL\T CJ ((1360. The kc) Lutheran 7:45: p.m.-Pr.yer Meeting
11:00: a. .-Morning Message I:00 p.m.-Wed., Prayer Meet. Chapel 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E, Wright : a m Hour Fri.:
t:00 p.m.-Tr.lnln Union Jig, Bible Study 11:00: a.m.-Preaching Services P:00 a.m.-Sun. School Wednesday: 9:30 A.M. Holy WGTO .(540 kc) 4:00: p.m/ Junior Choir
1:30 .
7:30: p.m.Evening Sermon CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 1:00: pm.-Training Union 11:00: '.m.-Morning Worship Eucharist : p m -The Lutheran Hour 7:00 p.m.-Boy Scouts
Wed. JAN.PHYL 7:00 Friday: 9:30 A.M. Holy WSIR ((1490 kc)
(Independent) t.00 pm -Evening Worship p m.-Evening Worship
7:30: p.m.-Mid.week prayer L. B. Overstrert Pastor 3900 Like Blue Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: Eucharist 10:30: a.m.-Portals of Prayer SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTTST:

service, inspiration Comer of Recker Highway and Off Havendal Blvd. 7:45 p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.-Prayer ServiceFri (daily WGTO (540 kc) 401 Ave K, SE
LUTHERAN
EMMANUEL!
Hatfleld Road Delmar D. Debault. Minister Wed.: : George N. Wilson
Central Baptist Church I 45 1449 34th St., NW, In I..oodReY. ABIDING SAVIOR LUTHERAN S.t.
School
Sun
: a m
:
7:30 .m.-Bible Study 7:30 p.m.Young People Meet.
Sloth St, Ave A 9:30 ..m.-Bible School p Richard C. Kuehne, Pastor United Lutheran Church
Comer NW 11:00: a.m.-:Morning Worship ) 9:45 m.-Sabbith School
Rev R. D. Hodges Pastor 10:45: ..ra.-Morning Worship STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL CHURCH FAMILY WORSHIP" "emporary Location
(:Up.m.-Training Union IITII 11:00: a.TI.-Worship Service
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.-Christian Endeavor CHRIST OF CHRISTB. 1:30: ..m.-Sun. School Adult SOl Havendalc Blvd. Sun. Television:
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service Located between Ave. J A K J. Ches'.ham. Minister Bible Study 9:00 a.m.-Sun. School 12:00: noon-Channel Faith

<:30 p.m.-Fre'service prayer PARKLAND BAPTIST Wed.! 14th SL NW Winter Haven 10:00 a.m.Bible Study 10:15: ..m.-Sun. Divine Service 10:30: a.m.-Divine Worship for Toddy
7:30 p.m.Evangelist preaching 1801 Elihth Street, SE T:30 p.m.Mid week service Bryon B. Conley, MinisterSun 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service The Rev Charles Dickun, Sun. Radio:

see: p.m.-Wed., Prayer meeting Rev Gen Hitchcock, Pastor Wed.:Choir rehearsal .: 1:30: p.ra.-Evening Worship NOS.DENOMISAnONALDIIVE.1 Pastor CY1.S,4i 9:30 a-WSUV (CO-) The
Bible studyLAKE 9::45 ..m. Sun. School 8:45: p.m/ Juniors 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study Wed.: :'( SERVICES Voice of Prophecy.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 115: p.m. Seniors 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service 7:30 p.m.-BibIe StudyPRIMITIVE Sponsored by CHURCH OF NAZARENEFIRST Tues!

ALFRED 1:45: p.m.-Training Union (:00 pm.Evening Worship Methodist Men Club at Out CHLRCH 7:30: m.-Priyer
ASSEMBLY OF GOD I 00 p.m.-Worship LAKELAND UNITY, Wed.: BAPTIST door Drive.In !Theater Haven Morton M. Wright Meeting
475 W. Hanes Blvd Wed.: CHRIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m.-Mld.Week Service North Lake Blue Drive and Dale Blvd., c cry Sun. I 30 a.m. 9:45 a.m.-Sun. School eventb-day Adventist Church

B W. Killlagsworth, Paitor 7:30 p.m.-Prayer meeting Church of the 'Dally Word" Ave. Z, NW Rain or shine.LAKE 10:50: a.m.-Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE, DUNDEE
10.00 a.m.-Sun. School Onlta A. Meyer, Minister LAKE REGION UNITARIAN Elder W. C. Chandler 1:15 p.m.-Adult Bible Study Jack Thomas Pastor

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship M ET1f091STFLCISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. VMVERSAUST FELLOWSHIP 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study ALFREDPRESBYTERIAN 1:15: p.m.-Young People 10:00 i: a.m.-Sun. School
1:30: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors STREET Tuesday Music Club Lakeland 11:00: p.m.-Preaching Service 1:15: p.m.-Junior Society 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship
7:30 p.m.-Evening Service Rev Paul D. Swikber 421 E. Park at Success 3140 Troy Ave.. S. of Glendale 1:00: p.m.-Preaching Service Rev David E. Dietiel Pastor 7:00: p.m.-Serv. of Evangelism 1:00 p.m.-Evening Worship
Wed.: 10:00: a.m.-Church School Sunday School: 11 a.m. 10:00: a.m.-Morning Worshipand Wed. 1:45: a.m.Sun. School 7:30: pm.-Wed., Altd.Week Wed.: .
7:30: p.m.-Pra'er. Bible Study 7:00 p.m.-Evening \'orahip!: Center 214 So. Iowa bun. School 7:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Service 7:30 p.m.-Mid.Week Prl1etPage



January 24, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORID Paqe Nine



I Florida No. 1 Prep Cag.rsTerriers ''Midwest Golfer I Devils, Brandon Clash .



Plav Devil Five Toniqht Strokes In Ace I

- - ., In District PlayoffsTeam

BOB HAVTLAND Winter Haven cage fans are expected to flock to the high

Sports Editor school gym tonight to observe their Devils do battle with the At WH Course pairings for the Class h
Event Western Conference to bring with them quite a
: basketball tilt Terrieri. The visitors are expected AA di-trirt basketball playoffs,
Opponent: Tampa HiUsborough Terriers (12-0)) following alko. All this has led WH head basketball coach Jack preliminary competition leadingto

Winter Haven Blue Devils (312)) Deedilck to rightfully predict a full house I The first hole In-one In the the regional and state tournament

Sit: Winter Haven High School gymnasium Leading the home team attack will be 6foots Devil senior 4 f3O Winter Haven area of the new *, have been announrd
Time: I p.m. tonight, preliminary cam S.1S pivot man Rick Roberson and senior forward Bobby Down year was registered by a Min. by high school athletic dire,"'or
I neapolia, Minn man, J. C. and head buiketball coach
It li not often that School team Moving on down the local's starting lineup three sophomores ; Golf
very a Winter Haven High North at Winter Haven Jack I'I' drir k,
has a chance to knock off the No.1 rated team In the itate And have received the opening bids-forward George Davis, luard.I Club Sunday during a round that On Feb. 28 the Winter Haven I
I
when they have the chance, It'a not very often that they aucceed. I Rick Anderson and Mike Pa,.. law him tour the links In (( Blue Devils will fare the

So far during the 1344 school year the Devila have had This quintet li considerably different than the one that saw strokes Brandon Eaglci and the Lake. I Ii
one such opportunity that against the No. 1 rated Tampa the Terriers defeat the Devilmen by the whopping margin of 48 North hit I four Iron into i land Dreadnauchta take on the
in earlier encounter The final 82.36.Ihe the cup for the ace on the King Lions I II
football .0 points an score The winners of
Robinson Uam. The Winter Haven grldderi lost, 14 ,
has clicked off 12 straight victories par 3, 155 >eard eight hole. I then two games will meet on
Tampa powerhouse
and the come downing was delegated to Coral Gablea who Attesting to the feat were A.
defeated the Knights for the state grid championship, 16.14. against not the first defeat They have downed all Western Conference w G. O'Neal, W, Frelner, and C. I I be Feb.played 28 All In district Lakeland.garnet will I
Tonight the Devilmen bave been afforded another chance opponents, St. Petersburg Dixie llollins, and several H. North The regional
playoffs are
other The most Impressive win came by a 70-51 count over I
at the itate'i estimated beit-thia time the Tampa Hillsborough slated for March I and 7 the
basketball team. Rated to that lofty position In a statewide poll Tampa Chamberlain, the team predicted to press the Terriers Skeet TourneyOn state tournament li scheduled

of sportswriters, the Terrier have the moat potent offense this for the league championship. March 13 and H.I I
lid of the University of Florida In the Winter Haven camp the outlook has not been so Tap SundayThe In the district, Lakeland Is

Hillsborough 1* led by six of the best players In the itate bright, and many clouds remain on the horizon. Twelve losses Winter Haven Skeet and I seeded No 1, Winter Haven I
Leslie Mock have down, the lun shining only during wins over Ft 4RICK Brandon and
One, 6 foot 3 usually starts at the bench position poured Trap Club will hold a non-registered second third King
but bead coach Bob Shiver has tabbed him as the No 1 sub. Myerr. Tampa King, and Kentucky Military Institute This tournament Sunday afternoon fourth
At the etartlng positions on the floor the Terriers have makes for an unimpressive 3-12 tenon record, not likely to starting at I o'clock at I y .

foots junior center Andy Owens (averaging 21 per game), frighten the Terrieri. the skeet rang on Lake Idyl-
foot-4 forward Ron Jackson (excellent rebounder), foots No one li forecasting a Blue Devil victory tonight. Thehope r wild. Gophers Topple

forward'guard Tom Tompkins (team leader), and back court men is the Winter Haven five will give Hillsborough:: whit I. commonly Competition will be by handicap Haines Five
Bill Elliott and J. T, Guida (the pressing type who like the defensive called a "good game" Quite possibly the old aphorism __ .-.... .. I with one trophy awarded City I

aspect of the game,) "Turn the other cheek" will! not apply tonight. ROBERSON Blue I for every three persons nlered By 82-68 Count
,
In the two 50 bird events.
Devil pivot men who netted The public U invited to par.
Dixie Dozen Minus OneTech 25 points against Auburn licipate In all events at the Behind an almost unprece
dele Tuesday night, will be club at all\ times dented display of balanced
I Daily charged with the talk of for every three persons enteredIon scoring by 11 members of the JEANNETTE BROWN
Is available in skeet shooting Florence Villa Golden Gopher.,
News SPORTS stopping Hililborough'ahigh.lcoring the Winter Haven five copped Jeannette Brown
,
QuitsATLANTA center Andy The range is open every an (261 victory from I strong
Wednesday and Sunday after.
Owens tonight as the Ter Haines City quintet Wednesdaynight. Named As Top
noon.
.
Chief tiers pay a visit to the I
high I school gymnasium The Gophers netted 25 points Amateur Athlete
(UPI) Georgia Tech would still be In the con Junior Net Club
In
Game time Is 8 the first quarter for a nine
Tech today resigned its mem ference until June 30, Harrison p.m point margin and added another I Jeannette Brown, member of
bership in!tie: Southeastern Con. should stay Meets SaturdayThe I 21 in the second period Ski Team and high school student

ference. "Nobody said I word" Haystacks Calhoun Lou Thez Finley Returns Winter Haven Junior to take a 15 point lead at half- In Tampa last night re--
Conference President I 1, Moore said "The scholarship Tennis Club will hold its first time that never wn threatened celved the Outstanding Ama
Wayne Reitz, president of the limit hadn't even come up yet." To Kansas City monthly meeting tomorrow teur Athlete Award at the third
University! of Florida, announced Asked whether there would be : morning at 9 o'clock at the Although Kernel Low and I I n a u a 1 Payihor Optimist
through Commissioner Ber- any change in the situation If On Armory Wrestling Card KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI-) Civic Center near Lake Silver Robert Scott led the Villa) Sport Award Dinner in Tim-
.
Die Moore that the Engineers, the co n fer e n c. presidents Charles 0 Finley, owner of the On the agenda Is the installation chart with 10 points apiece, P*
charter members of the 33year.old should surprisingly vote in of new officers followedby hey had able support from Col- Mill Brown copped the da'.
league withdrew even before favor of changing the grinti-In- The National Guard Armoryin Kansas City Athletics, will return a club social is DuPie, Edward Brown, Ab tom and trick titles al'Ich,,
a controversial scholarshiplimit aid rule Moore and "that's Winter Haven will be the Saturday to the city he Members are reminded that Rhone, and Mike Poter with I France and brougnt back to

was discussed. pure speculation. I can't comment icene of four top flight professional vowed to abandon and try the $2 membership fee li due nine points each Eddie Lewis champion the U. S. water the women'i ski laurels world
on that." ac, and at this time and Willie! McKennio seven
Tech's departure from the again to negotiate a short-term payable
wrestling matches tomorrow After Initial elimination ftnillita -
SEC ii effective June 30. (Tech has long wanted to get frq lease for Municipal Stadium. Intresled persons are Invitedto each, Charlie Johnson and
rid of the limit of 140 scholarship night at 8:30: p.m. Carleton Sharpe. city manager attend the meeting and joinIn lamee Hargrov five each, and were Mm Brown Judy
Tech'i interest li ranked tennis
"Georgia Alvarez, sixth
athletes at any one time. World heavyweight championLou said Finley indicated in a the club'a sixth year of operation Melvin Scaif with four. I' .
All
apparently best served by with. player In U. S and South
High scorer for Haines City
Bobby Dodd Tech'i athletic defend his title List
will conversation membership
the conference Then telephone Thursday year football Larry Smith.
from ,
drawal ern player
Charles Hinderson with
was
handwritten director and head football In a two of three falls match that he was bringing proposals totaled 35 and It U expectedto the award last
Moore read from a .tees. 24, followed by B, Nail with Alvarez won
coach carried the Issue beforea for either to over SO this
a one-year or grow year
statement by Reit=. closed door meeting of the against determined challenge ;+ eK 22 and G. Flowers with 12. year
i two yeir lease to offer the
"The issue was over an over. athletic directors and football against the determined challenge city council. APPOINTED DIRECTOR

all limit on scholarships," the coichei of the member conference of Skull Murphy "It those are hit proposals, WESTBURY, N.Y. (UPD-) For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139
statement continued. "Georgii and suffered a rebuke Then li the only wrestler ever he ii wasting his time and our Jerome J. O'Neill, 45.yeir old
Tech wanted to remove the limit when the group, reportedly bya to win the title six times but time," laid Sharpe "We will former New York City police
and the conference member. 92 vote, refused to recom readily admits that Murphy be right back where we start- department captain and director iIa-
ship doe not want to remove mend raising the limit. could be his toughest opponent. ed" of traffic and transportation I
the limit." "That doesn't mean a great Murphy claims to have the Sharpe said the city wll con safety for the Greater New I
Moore said that Tech President deal," Dodd laid later "The hardest skull in the profession time to insist upon a lease of York Safety Council, today was \ kI"i:
, Edwin D. Harrison spoke only thing that really counts la and uses it ai often as he can at least lour years in length appointed director nt securityfor Bagwell Building Supply 7" !
I to in executive session of the how the presidents vote." to butt an opponent into sub HAYSTACKS CALHOUNBOWLING with no escape clauses./ Roosevelt Raceway ,
president of the 12'school conferene Last year, the directors andcoaches mission. H* la from Cork Ireland < -
for barely a minute and voted 75 in favor of and tipi the scales at 234 .
the scholarship celling poundl. r
a half. raising .
Moor said Harrison offeredto only to hive the presidents kill The cofeature match of the
leave the meeting but that the change for the year by a (.( night will find popular Eddie
Rests ruled that sine Georgia tie Graham teamed with Hay. MOOSE LEAOIB: .
sticks Calhoun for an Australian -
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promoter Cowboy MOOM Tarn No. 11 1'40 1'4 f'
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BIG MATCHES Veils Dolrl.i I 44T 1907 D Kirkland -
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C. W, Post College Molnlf I3tHljh sole aw .e M a.
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scratch S'miD. MilnllS6S
Lycoming and Northeastern, .
w two newcomers in the college's Hlh scratch a.rtes: C. W. D M
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(tij_I)- AnnouncementsColorful_((5-A) Moving & Storage ((8)) Automotive .:... < ((10)) Articles For SaleRenonditlon.d I ((12)$ ) For Rent Fur.FOR ((13)$ ) Real Estate For Sate- I



Appllanca PHILCO RENT: DUPLEX APARTMENTS .. 4H%' LOAN
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IMPFRIAL MOVTNO STORAGE. Furnlehed or UnfulI.h.d.
..: Prompt and efficient aervlc (or Cheat Type. whr rreMr MOTOROLA KELVIN: Phone CY e-7300.. 17-TI lOll 10th St., NW
TOR
all your movlnf need Call CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST wringer .
Costume Jewelry CY 1-41M for Pros .eitlmale. 17" portable TV. Tarm I ROOM dupie at 748 Lake JealiDrlv An .ncellrrtbuy In thl. I BR CB
Aient In r Atlai Van Una.. InnMrvlnf RushIs ELLBWORTH APPLIANCES: 33. *. Available February 11 pom* located near ahopplni ani
all 60 atate 14-TI1 The Adulta. Reference No pel* Contact lak* acceu. BR. hav. Urn. cloft

'P:;, to flitter 0 LOCAL SERVICESAVE RUBBER!: STAMP For chad owner at 741 aero** nreet 21-T. r II.,.. .Inrejce dreeeer.pace Hardwood and built-In floori.van

ndomment ilgnatur drape and electric' .love Included.
your favorite drones ((6)) Special Services On To other purpoee Jo datlnj <*rtment for rent Price 10500. 4<**! loan of apprwu
tampa teal pocket.tamp. FURNISHED ai Call CY 17782.: If).MO. Pavabl |M 11 per mOo 1cludlnf ...
at SAVE TIME ".. STAR PRESS Phon C1 1164i AvE F, SW 23-21: use and Inwiranc
MONEY.
CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND ChevroletCenter 4-82211 Ml AT*. A. NW TI

ALTERATIONS Blind etItched BEDROOM urnlrtied apartment, EDNA WATSONREALTOR
EMERSON I Chrome
TV.
pe
JidvevL'ACOITAGE modern equipment. Situ Hickory Clote-ln. new furnltura. CY 1-4460.
NW. CY 1-765. Mr. Edna CALL TODAY breakfast .t. Hollywood hrmattrru 14-H
Bchomer :I3-.J.",. 21 box .prln3W 7th 8t. 121 Av*. O BW
SHOP SW. CY M74 21-M: IK 6th st., NW CY 4 4141
VILLAGE Of GAR D 1'1 N
Winter Haven Floor SuriaciniCe" A 23-
FOR BALE Automatic Waihcr Excellent APARTMENTS FOR PARTICULAR
BflO Cypreii Gardens Road Satliactlon L. A. MOUTI Curinted For condition, 160 Be* at :9081 PEOPLE! 1, 1 5 I bedroom;.
VACUUM CLEANER Painting P.peringRepairing lath Street NW. 94-27 BOWEN MOTOR LODGE, Hwy I IIi BY OWNER new 1-bedroom. S-bath
Open 1 AM, Hill PM. 111 B Flnt BU Phon CY 4-2Mt: North.' H-Jan.:
23-J: double carport, work .hop Slit
: ') Bt. NW. Small dowa
Used Car UNFURNISHET! payment
FURNISHED
contain fan
YELLOW Rani-ehood
EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEEPING PARTS *. SERVICE for KlrbjUoovar EFFICIENCIES and l'/k BH.D CY 55514.BEAUTIFUL. 24-2T
filter and light Remove mok *
;, Incom Phon Elwtmlux and all oUir lana airy room -
StRVICh! and odor fait M' ..Id.. Roanlaf ROOMS. NIce
CY 4-1160. 1111 Av*. rT KW Fr. pickup ddiv.ry and .u.11- L J McCOY Quality work- ELLBWORTH Convenlantly located In Old Pool
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riLk4:1 FAMOUSZOTOS ....b. I. Deals nat. REYNOLDS VACUUM manihlp, fait clean and reaeon- 143 APPLIANCES tO-Speclal( 13939 MO Srd BU NW Bulldlnf I Call CY S-MU or ClMl7 FRAME HOME Fur.nlnhed .
In excellent condition Eleo.trlcally
VICE. Fnon a.Tr
CLEANER 8KB abla. Flits CY J-tSSO. U* 4th 89-94 .
DO YOU NEED: A BRICK MASON CY HJ3S3. N1 Street .Jan-Phyl VW.... 1TTI heated. ClOM-ln. Ill Ave
TO BUIIi> A PLANTER, BAR LAKE: ALFRED Nte clot ai. C, NE. :22-21

: COLD PECUF OR PATIO Call LIGHT oak SUverton 1 apeak lane apartment 170 00 month I..r
CY 1-2H8I 24-27 DAY NURSERYHAPPY SWIMMING POOLSCLEAR. 1 adult: Include all utllltle. and
-- .-- er Hi-Fl with Granco AM FM FR 2-M89
-- -- 1963 CIirVROLET 4 Dr. tin of laundry hou*
WAVE INCOME: TAX SERVICE: Uk BiRcayne, Std Shift tuner Call HA 2-3250. 11.TF 23-TJ Garden Grove
Alfred 116 S Lake Short Wayoppoult ,
: Bank' of Lake Alfred Real Nire, Only I $18D5 TIME NURSERY PURl!: AIM pool boa A la. f.lyour *
USED TV BETS!: *
$11.95 Weekdav 1-8 on p.m. SizodayiI 430 Aol. C SB era and automatic chemical. feeder pick $1000 each. Johneon FOR RENT: I room furnlnhed duplei Just a half mile East of Cypress -

'00 p.m. to i 00 p.m, Denham 1962 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. CY "3't7 Fhnn anytime CYPRESS Appliance. Laka Alfred. 179-1131. on Lynchburr Rd. All eleotrie Gardens on State Road
Ward. l.-Feb 14 OUR MOTTOTtnd.r POOLS CY 1-7084. 1TTF a.rr water fumlihed 11300 lweek
Rid
Sta Wagon, Shift. Lava A Car Call M3-7X. 23-2 540. Many new model now
Vera Cooper CHAIRS CANED AND RFWOVFN I Cyl, Air Condo J6-TI ready for your admiration.

a Time with canon p fiber rimh FDDIE Only . . . . $1795 HEARING AIDS VOICE button of full America automatic recorder,17500.punh- J-BFDROOM boo on Ith BtreeIn Drive out today and tee these
Limited WOOD SHOP phone FR 2-1667 Eloln 111.76 weekly CY MMt.
112 Wrought Iron Rlau top table, 4 23-2 new two and three bedroom
Country Club Beauty Salon 1962 CIIE\ROLET Blucayne JACK fc JILL NURSERY chair. 110 00. M3-370S._83-91: Medallion hornet in beautiful
TAX RETURNS MADE 4 Dr. I C'L. Auto. Tram, Month I Ytari POLE HEARING CENTER
INCOME .
rja.de. Rd. CY 10113. Monday thru Saturday 5 ird St. NW COMFORTABLE 1-bedroom cottmr Garden Grove.JOHN .
III Coker Bid, ,
E Bed
refund H Baby
for Quick ROLLAWAT BEDS
File early Air Cond I179S -
Only
19 133 A... C I.m. Phone 293-18B2 on I.k. Adult only C9e36E
Pollard 741 Carroll Ave Phon. HtRhrhalr. Chain Saw li-TI
CY "11721. 2-F.b. I 1961 RAMBLER: AMERICANCUSTOM CY H652 BALLS SERVICE Floor Polleher U. DO IT G. WOOD
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS) I-TI REPAIRS EATTJUUE8 RENTALS 360 Av*. O. !!W. :95-Tr]
: : Convertible, 4-TF ROOMS t APARTMENTSDowntown. -
2H4-1447 & Assoc. Inc.
Meetlno, Tuecl y. 1:11: F.M. '6-A) Animals & Supplies Auto. Tram. ALUMINUM IRRIGATION PIPE ReaaonabU. Week CY or 4-15M month 84-TI Vennice ,
Mke new Complete WebterWterMaater
Hellh DepartmentIrd I Alterations DEVELOPERS BUILDERS
County Power Steering, Repairs .
NW 8v.tem for 10 acreaI
O
REPAIRS
Bl and An lOll Real Nice . ..... $1095 TELEVISION I Main, I"' 8|>rlnklcr llnea. Call FOR RENT Furnlrtud apart 293-2517 or 213-f331
BQ .
ro turn India BIte clone-In Call W. I PYonally
IRE PAIR CY 1-7437 after 7:00 p.m. It-M: ment. 2329
Peacock. tiliim/ pair Call after ALTERATIONS REPAIRS Oft CY SXMOI Re*. CH

DISPLAY I.Ml p.m. CY M494. 2O-M 1961 CHEVROLET Blicayne Florida Room Aluminum Dii. JORDAN TV SALES A SFRVICE: FLOOR Sampln. Sofa*. chain, table wow aiTi
ClASSIFIbD 'P RmBd MInlatur;: Dmrhnndpupple '-; 2 Dr. 8 Cyl., Auto. Tram, fount Sale Co. Inc. CY S-6KH. NORTH GATE BHOFFINQ .. lamp.. ate II 00 up. FOR SALE OR RENT
S-40M 2123EEDIIREE I' Good Buy. Only . $1395 231 SIb 8t. BW 13-Feb 12 CENTER Term. W..hOUMtu,. Bain. FURNISHED Rentali lI'A""nAI"
00. CY
*. |21 293-8601 13' II h 8t, NW. lt-M: A rear round' ATHERTOfRFALTY Three "bedroom two balh horn located
J.Jr Phon Ml W Central Ave CT KJO Ave V SF Will" aell o*
Plncherpupple 1960 CHEVROLET 4 DR. Sta. IN SOUTH Jl.Tr
Mlnlatur FASTEST TV SERVICE 50 GAL oil drum complete with 15214.7LEAM. contract for deed 1500 down balance
---- .. MJ 00 CY 1-1800. 412 Wagon, I Cyl., Std. Shift WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL HI flttlnm and metal stand 13000: 112ft: per month or will renton

-...... 22nd Bt. BW ,.-.nI' Real Clean Only .. $1395 CY 1-8160 20-TF NISHED, FURNISHED HOUSE. Cloae-ln- UNFUB/Idea Fuuelle one year owner I..... Call La.kelandMU William T.

4>Mllty Were *.. FINB Mlnlatur Poodle pup., ( CHAIRS for mil Aloe AUTO SERVICEDODGE for coupl or will tell reasonable. M131 23-27
week. Black male AKC pedl-. 1951 PONTIAC 4 Dr., Air '' Crutrhm. Walk SEWING MACHINE 130 Ave. 0. SE. 191-1415. 14-K
......" Rtawb I' ".... After 4.00 p.m. 3M-4MO: Conditioned Me .: 'J'ot.'G 'a Rentnla:

OcR Jonet 2S-2 Car, Only .......... $1095 CY 1-2411. 178 Av*. A. NW 18-TI REPOSSESSED Adult BEAUTIFUL Everything I bedroom furnished horn Srmeal. *.- Income

17-Feb. IT 1.1' I Authorized Factory Berrlc* OB Other rental ATKINS
STUD bible' eat AQHA 1M 1939 PLYMOUTH S Dr. ALUMINUM$ Chryilar Plymouth *>Lancer Lib n.w ZI. Ex Make buttonhole FULL REAL ESTATE:' SFRV1CB!
Cheitnut Breed for Valiant *. monofframa fancy deitirttSo 17.Feb. 1 11NEDROOM H
141 Sorrel Nice Car Only . $595 attachment Aiiumt I CY "1111.

((2)) Help Wanted .BOARDKD peed and confirmation- Paetura or HORSES.1.11. 1951 BUCK 4 Dr. Hardtop 121 FLOYD Sixth 5t ROBERTS.. SW MOTORS 20M101 ol 1720 Call 3834SH4lt34 parmenu houee urnllhed IIOt Plus!

nroomlni Hon trlmmlnf HORSE SCREEN ENn/)8URB: AWN 17.Fnb.1UPHOLSTERING .... U NE: -T1BEDROOM
TRAINER AND HANDLER. BrIng Auto Tram, Air Cond., IRIS ALUMINUM DISCOUNT 'It 00 PER DAY rental fop Eleetrle
SEVERALGood your ..... or problem home.. Cool White, Only .. $1095 SALES CO INC. CY -6694 23 Carpet Bhampooar with purchaaa trailer clean 1550 This spacious older hem Just
PIGS FOR BALE 8TAIUON Ill, St.. SW U-Feb 12 >( Blu Liutra. John Boland Hard a month Water and electricityprovided off Lake Howard has I bed.

territories Custom- ACRES 400 F. Wahneta, Winter 1959 ChEVROLET 4 Dr. ...... 2J.2I ItSI 40th Bt, NW. *21 rooms, 2 baths la main bouM.
open. Haven. 9').. MV4A2. *n
era to IN our exciting new Sta Wgn.. 4 Cyl.. QUALITY CLEAN CARS FINE UPHOLSTERING BXr Two garage apartments with

Unto YOU show them and earn Auto Trans, Only $995 PERT Rfc-FlNISHINO Complet* BLEACHED m.pl. dlnett ...t, r ( 12-C) Mortgage Loans good rental hiitorr. Terms .
Trade WOLF UPHOLSTERY x 12 run. modern twin bedroom
To fabric election
[(7)) Buy or
big weekly: Income with AVON. 1959 CHEVROLET I Dr. Sedan CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank I Hnanclnir SHOP 114 ATenu A. in. mahogany double bedroom t.CY 122,500

Good Transportation, RM AUTO BALES 651! SB. CY 1-2710 Day-Night. t-7893. 12-21 ................. ... '

Write P.O. Box $1395 WFl BUY vied appliance and furniture Clean Only . . $795 Ird Bt. BW 394-1976. S-t-eb. I I 33-Feb 22 IM4 LEWYT Vacuum cleaner. All : GARIJ h

L.V.\Urd call\\ 682-4137 and w* *ell mad appllanoea - tool. ranUMlo eleanlnf' power. ; FolVi Like Our
or and furnltuiBrunt.* Appliance* ... $ taL. _
.
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Lila MERCURY 4 DR. It* M Term ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES : Ri.YPItESS
212 ft Furnltura. 1061 HaveiuUU Blvd t-Tr Hardtop. Auto. Traili.Clu. 3MTry Mortgage Loamy I

Ilk uSI.Mr .. Only . . f69] Business Dladat Tablet formerly DezA I '
wool or -
EXPERIENCED. or will train Apply(H......- WANT TO BUY Dud portAhi.typa..rlt.r. .. ((8J) Automotive ((8-A) PropertyWAREHOUSEsTORAGE .Diet New name. *am formula there's s reason a I

.*,. Cleaner. MOO Havendal'. Reasonable FR t-142 13-28 195S RAMBlER AMERICAN only .Me. Anderson Drut 28-2* a wide variety of money WARREN CECKEL Realtor

Blv, "t I DR. Clean Only $395 : SPACES sourceS THA and
. Unit 11, x 23 1000 month NUMEROUS hounehold article forMl VA mortgage money .t&o

((8)) Automotive 1951 STUDEBAKER 4 DR. 11 26 112M month. Winter Haven *. Call CY 1-7Ht. 14-27 available Saving and

Part Time 6:00 p.m. to deal .._. . . $49S CY H Boat'92.Storage, i2nd Street. NW17F.b. It i Loan mortgage money RETIRE TN AI* ELECTRIC:

8:00: p.m. Sedan ([$10-A) Boats & Motors too also, life insurance t HOME: Clean. Neat Co.y. Clue.in. ..
1957 BUICK 4 Dr. NEWLY REMODELED Half ...h. BY OWNER. 11*

Salary $3.75 Hour Only . . .. $595 STORK BUILDING company mortgage A It. C Nil:. 1HI:
per 40 I 100 Floor Bpar will l.aH 11 Fiihlnf boat ( HP motor. loam aelected the

LADIES 1957 RAMBLER! Sta. Wagon. a* I* or divide In Downtown Winter trailer..10r z ir wall tent utility \ type loan best suited to I 4-BEDROOM BY OWNER
YOUNG South Eait: 1'4 bath central
ATTRACTIVE Haven <0 4th Street NW
trailer 293-M71 after 1.00 p.m need whether for
Auf Tram -
PUBLIC RELATIONS Call CY S-W35. 3127 nn r your heat and air conditioned. Near new
FOR RELIABLE Good Buy At ...._ $595I / If: tale or refinancing- I ahopplng center Large corner lot.
WORK WITH OLD
I Good term Call CY 1-2761 for appointment
OUTBOARD MOTOR 25 HP. i Town &
FLA. COR P. DELIVERING 1957 OLDS. 4 Dr Hardtop "'8" ((9)) Business Opportunity On. Only. New Ref I4tt>. A Country :K-tt

PROMOTIONAL GIFTS. NO Fully Equipped. I, teal at 1200 Flreetona Store thBt Mortgage Corp.

SELLING CAR NECESSARY. Clean Only .. . $595 4 Av*. A. BW till I I1T MaguelIs C'I .11" I IDYLRIDGE VIEW
APP1T ROOM I, DRAWN FART OH Hit TIMK: WOHK IIDC' 1teOMllltllllllllllllllltllllllltllllilit.-

rai'.Avl IAN W.: CENTRAL 1957 CIIEVROI.ET STA. WUN. tOil!, KrtHtK AUUfcU: AlCULNTSRellabl 1MOMBHk : (II-A I ) For Rent Unf. OPEN HOUSE

... 8:00: P.M. I Cyl., Auto Tram. man or woman wanted a* $9,950

SHARP TUESDAY. JAN. 28th Only . . . . $495 dealer In thl.arra to .."Iea '
2328 Jack Prater's route for he WORLD FAMOUS 1 BEDROOM HOUSE CloM-ln .
1951 FORD 2 Dr Hardtop ALKA-ShLTtbR! ANACIN BUFFbRIN t it month. Dan Winter. builder Out Ravendalc Blvd. Turn
CY 1-1433 Jerry Mardl CY ((131 1 Real Estate For Sale
.nted Immodla.oh . AND BAYER ASPIRINS right 21st St. or Airport Roadto
wH11'1I wilma Only . . $395 old .- 27-TFtBEDROOW
B.. Mr. Bllm.. n.Srin.S Special through our latest modernvending ] lit paved road on left or
amt. ...nlnt.. Haven Hotell.-TFLA machine In handy pill-box-
PLYMOUTH Wagon .. for rent
1951 hou
Jerry Pickard'sSpecial "*, for which company I will CB call ...
DIM WANTED TO SELL Clean Only . . $495 1959 MERCURY PARKLAM secure location Dealership now 1452 NE: Ith It. 700 month A Deal Is A Deal nr ITU
LVEIBR COSMETICS Polk County CONVERTIBLE Brtgh .being *labllhed and appointed 294-2633. SS-TF
we'd sell at the 22-Jan-22
We laid a rpraiial -
Wa "In Kit Will not I Interfer -
Car-nereary 195* CHEVROLET 2 DR. upon our acceptance
LouUa Bn.ll, 1414E red with red leather Into 1-RPDROOIt newly' ndeooratedKitchen and will dc
we
Iur0.tNd. WrIU with your preient employ price
Overdrive. Only .. $495 ON CHAIN OF LAKES New 4
noiaExPwMENcpnr whitewall tires radio, furnlKhrd ..J..Phy$15\ -
lor
Central' Orlando 1IS7 PLYMOUTH Belvedere I 4 mont collect and refill machine. a month CY 8729229TI: just that Although It i II lower bedroom I bath horn 40

: tlne.perlenced Dr. Sedan Power fleer 1955 MERCURY 2 DR. heater automatic tram Our company will exlend om* financial than we think it ihould be.Our ""rrnanrd C>rch. doobla u"rt.dock. .
*
aMiHtance to qualified per Wont .ido I..k. Elol. Hone-
.ale. ...,ro..nt"I'o on romrnl- log, radio heater automatic Hardtop Air Cond, mission, power steering IOnl. BUT MUST HAVE It.39.Mto I BII bath home with OK lost will be your ,Iin. Lei .r' ROId. CY 'HO CY' Ht52. -Tr
alon ba 0)!>. A F Plercy rhtOj brake, electri him-In dance; 4 oven aimbreekfant .
O, NW: CY 4-1BM transmission. Clean Only . $495 power 1379000 caih available Immediately bar Large lot t Koodeildntlal us' show you the lovely I 3 bedroom
windows and four WlY: I for Inventory and equipment area Walklnr dlntanc* 2 bath with Florida room FORA
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irr.t
CAPABLE bookkeeper 1954 MERCIRY 4 Dr. Sedan electric Seats 4200 I Investment "cured Mut to Elnert: Elementary School .
.. PMltlon with cltru. firm InSoulh $395 h... car, I apr' hour weekly 111(1 Phone McElroy Builder and built-In extras which you
Central Florida, Mall ....um.tAl Auto. Tram Real milei could net up to t MM per year W-42M aiTf1BPDROOM can buy for $1 .MO. Only $600 CUSTOM BUILT

Inn A1371 New -Chle: (. Anrepllw Clean Only ... .. ..... $595 I In your .".... tint, ba abl. to unfurnl.hed houe. down and we'11 pay the closing
confidents 12-2: .(art at one. Income ahould ajar HOME
PinckneyOldsmobile $1,095 Immediately. elllng experience not 1237 2nd St. NE. WO.00 a month costi Many other features too

HOUSEKFFPFR WANTED Used Truck Buys node..sry. K fully q lallfleil Out Near St. Joaeph. CY 1-2863. 24-21. numeroua to mention here. Be Make Your Needs Known

Room and board urnlehed plu time and Invulment. WRITE! pie and call about this onel
110 00 salary per week Prefer woman CHEVROLET H ton $1595 Pinckney log Name. Addre and Phon.numb.r. 1TW ORANGEWOOD Av. BW lire CALL ED HALL
40 yean old. Blngle hnnaCt. Used Car Lot 1961 for local penonal Interview Very nice s-bedroom, bath Florida
1-643. Ml Av*. 0, NE W H.24ia. OldsmobileUsed with a company representative mom home. For Information JOHN WOOD General Contractor
1962 VW pickup Sharp call CY 4-M'l: after i 08 p.m. 23-24:
Corner of 3rd St. at the CY
Only .. . . $1195 Lot % -BAR I'ENIOIS rosrT ,. & Assoc. Inc. 117".z
EXPERIENCED w.ltreM wnted water tower Car << Natural rlrli1 e FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO $-

MUM b* S-stan 4 dependnbl CHEVROLET H Ton the F,.. Law* M. M.. BUY t-Bedmom. 1-Imth noun 293-511 Phone 23-1338
Aot'| ta pernn between lfIII: p.m.. Phone CY J-7S4J 1962 Corner of 3rd St., SW at 14-27 with' O E built-In.. WO 00 per DUPLEX APARTMENTS .
y Pick.Up I ft Body APplied) anlnnt Furniihed or I'
month with 60% 2329IX U
a fill p.mAn'OO p.m. 'i.n.Lad'l
a 00 p.nt. nr .2&- . $1495 water tower. down pnvm.nt. McELROY Bl'!LTER8 > Shlpp Height area.
itO 81. Only .
Sundown Reitiurant, Mc, FOR SAInt Body Bhor Pnuln' 24-4284. 11-TFmrDROOM "-7315.: 27-Jan.27
Ave. K, BW 22.:18: Phone CY 3.7557 moot With) lean Phone Aub irn- EXCELLENT CONDITION'
PLYMOUTH Slullon Waion In A-1 1938 GMC H Ton Pick.lp dala WO 71920 .., houra inn ATI HIE Bedroom block, Florida room Only NEW modern "b condition C,.
188500 131 Ana. 24IMt
Tlrei Only .. $795 :. fMOO month to reliable cou- : 130000 down Low monthly payment home. Cloee-ln 634 Ave C
((4)) Lost & Found SW 293-4971 24-27 New MOTEL II unit, I yean old.no.GOO pIe or amall family CY 1-4810 ..Iti i *. NW. CY I-44M 23-M NE- 111200. CY 1-4366 13Feb.A : li
mom down. Bent Location .r tOO pm. 22-1:
la Winter Haven. CY 1-837.
of Port Of CHEVROLET VOLKSWAGEN ...d.... A-1 1TF FOR RENT 1-bedroom HOUM unfurnlphed lIIIilIlllIIlIIIIIllIIlIIIIIlIiiIIlIIIHiRetirement Dream Home
LOST key In vicinity condition 11\1O.00.! 1221 Av.. 8NW .
Neve- 150 00 month ('allCY
Ir. Reward Return to I** per
MTFBROWN CY M14. n-iooi. 23-21 1 |
Chlet ((10)) Articles For Sal. : For TheWideAwake


Reward.. (emal Call*CY Collie MI47. Child after l 23.25ii roli: mil CENTER 1951.hlft.CHFVROIET RA>H. Extra clean&-<10111'.llMOl phd). 1 ((12)[ ) For Runt Furn.B f $10,000lxcelltnt I

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I!' 303 North Lake Bllvr Drlv. C42082. \ CSFD: REFRIGERATORS .
:13-:18: Ranire Wanner Dryer
home for the !S
:
HavenWO : .
Trailers AuhnrndaU Winter Freearr* TV &te Stereo : : If you appreciate quality
( ) House CT W14J Air' Conditioner Recondt- : couple who wants to take E: and have always desired
T-Z1I7
IMS\ MERCURY (or '* .. Call aftei,, Honed' fully ruaranteed Term 1 Exn.usn' : it easy. Neat, two bed. E:
30 CY H51. *21 Fmm III: W UP. JOHNsONIPPI.IANCF.S I I the extras only found In a
I p.m. E:
FOR BALE!: SO urnlihrd Spartan 1961 CHRYSLER NEWPORT I 4 Laka Alfred .1 I : room masonry house well planned custom-built

Trailer and cabana. Reasonable. DR. SD., PS., PB., AT. @))4m@) Phon 71-113t Ntta 1721510iaTF! RENTALS : that requires minimum E: home, you should Inveitl-
Se. Jamei William. Lak Peer '17 FORD truck FIW entra heavj : time for housekeeping !EE
23-:11: R4H Low mileage clean this
Trailer Farti_ duty $250.00.: Call CY WXH .I 1 bedroom (um. horn, extra gate offerinf

-:- HOUM Trailer FOR BALE car. 23-a I ......... ....... nice Beautifully landscaped E
n n 23-24 3 BR 2 tile baths -
Florida D.Iv., Auburn- Fumlehed apartment 1 ft 1 bed- E:
Sea at 110 1962 : yard with huge oak trees
CHEVROLET BISCAYNE
dal Sarla 0 WO 7-ITO: 24-27 MERCURY hardtop full, I PRINTING LEXICON \ rooma, : Well and Irrigation to E: family room with lovely
1\1r.A\
Std. ;
loon NASHUA Mobile Horn 10 a 4 DR. S Cyl. Tram, air hill power fireplace double garage

: ; : RiH, one owner. Dr. Larkin's equipped. Sued condition factory Very clean. I I bedroom horn .. ....... 1100I : make your gardening a = with room for a boat and
FOrTsALE: 10 H IMS Pathflniler :Ej
take! over It parment I bedroom 1 bath horn, Fla. : delight :
qulty and extra storage plus
Front kitchen bedroom, lakeland.4710 1961 DODGE POLAR 4 DR. Small *,.711 Pr month. 2tt-2t41, NO. I: GRIPPE room .. .... ... .. ... |MI =
Tampa Hlnhway other feature such
New
Florida 14Febl4Bedronm Sedan, PS., PB., factory January Special 24-T IIU.utllv i bedroom Unf _____ 175S j Within light of Lake HowE many
double lot In
I j ntn U th. maraia' S = ard. JUST A WALK = a* a a le-
:
; air cond
one
1r.ad' owner.
>.K:
W *- all *' cluded lakeview tettiofunderground -
Fordomatic AWAY FROM FISHING =
to fIns In with 10 x M aluminum 3 Speed 1I M CADILLAC S.d. J>oVIII.. 4. ac*.any an priefeJ farmer =: Irrigation

....In.. In nice court on Lk CHRYSLER WIN S 0 R Repaired and guaranteed with door 1-ton green full power, ( tK. rlppir f*f*ri .* the BEASLEY REALTY CO. :: AU this for only 10000. = -
Will pica poiaeailon atone 9 Pan PS. nod tire A.1 en.. For to fully equipped kitchen
Sta Wgn appointment
Marian new mtiffler ( :: see, -
.. Leavlnit for the north and PB. RIH factory air labor awn n). No trade. tan b. J p.... I. frip the hut t. 2 W4 et* si, II.tY w call | etc Total price la 1 S26500.

must cell Mr. Opal Carter W... pen at :230 Av*. C, BW 33-21: tkteufK l-rU7 so CY 1H71UTT } Call today to see this desirable -

on Wheel Trailer Park 212 Hwy cond. i if. 1 GERTRUDE BRYAN borne.
12 Eaal Winter Haven. 24-27 $50 A UNIT
1957 CHEVROLET 210"' 2 DR. IIplEOO\ll: ETlIT.chom.ter.. 9NB! Newly Decorated turn..hn4.partm..1&
I Evei. t Sim. CY 3t55tf |
MORILF HOMFS Complet eervice and new cable. HI Av..u. B. SBHOO .
NEW A USED TRAILERS Sd. 6 Cyl., Std. Tram,, Trammli L, J Servlca. 1U Hh St, SW, I..k. CY *. M-TFAKFFRONT LEIS BROS.
Trade ( rany thtu* if value l : One owner.Floyd Sec Polk Counties CY "-4JM: t-TI REALTORS
TRAn.IR: SPACE TOR RENT: lion' Specialist 12 12I L FURNISHED TOWN COUNTRY
'YPRE118 OARDHNS: MOBILE APARTMENT UtUltle*. rea*'n- t. 120 ath 8t. NW'
PARK TRAILER SALES Roberts LAKE ACROSS FROM IMt CHEVY. Clean MflOOO. 2741 i.w.hlyr.tee. MILLIESHOTEL.
EAGLE
STATS .AD MO. Phone K3-404 A... P. NW. CY a-6948.24-21 I ; 293-7455. U L 17 Ilonh, I f 7M4qrdIa rvrrm J / '@ (OppeelU North Gate

2124BOW Motors POST OFFICE ,\ 10-24: :.a3'1I411 1ISLilIL ElillMIIIMIIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIr= 24-3m
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SKI.LINO Full line of MIST SELL IMT Roadmaitet : 2 >N EAGLE: LAKE. bedroom Mte &: SilL 2$4asiPa
SKY!.WE MOBILE: HOURS Your "Dodge Dealer Phone CY 3-5763 Buick ilnnr hardtop W II *acr* 161 ...._ ., .. U40U2t block boa.. II] 60 weekly Water ;; :
Pain Shorn Mobile oU1\i., mill 221 Sib St., SW CY 341M (ice. CY 4-2171: after I 00 p m i \irnlohed Crystal Beach pri.. ..*-
.5.1 Lab. AlIr.4 :13-21 I 23-24 16-19 13-X ............... ... CY S-M01. >>-:11: 'I 19&24




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Frfcfay, January 24, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Paqe<<: Eleven"!




Legal Advertising JUST FEW V AH H MAtt'4JOT so 4EU. TFW96 JEST IT/l STAND 5OB.7-TOO lArt/-ou GLEE -

I [C Llt'kIIF.Jlla DA1DISj I isoncKcn ) NO FIFTY DOLLA44S. T1L OJ WAh4 DOIiTGiTiIJ SiAOVf CUJB NEVER PLAYS

IH Yak: CIWIIT rOlBT LEFT FO*TILE \bUT AH OOTTA \A6CUT i Itfvtr NOMi F4Et1 N1'$4 H LRE NOv\MAR-XEPT AT r

TFNTH: vtr.in.At rmniT it -+**tV-\.'.'-MAM MUitMN'f )WHEN HKINTHARr OME W3r CAMES FOOKJEAALS.rCABet

AID! FOB FOLK l'OllllTY. irANg.a14D/ i6 TMtr

((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real l Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sal tLVHIUA(.IT M N FOB*.IN SISlMe-iS l lHMk.KYl >" OKfB '. CLIItAAX!! AtJTff Da t TrH "

I
SNOW owm10100..

Boss S-BEDROON 1H bath horn. Air Plalntin
The GOOD
Says THINGS
conditioner well citrus tree. loSS 7k.
ALEX LANGO. .
I 107. M100 ch Balanr

Sell come in small of CY I-033S loon $6 380 total 111 33-M 40 JltOTlrlaTO' Dfadantornev.

Ales tango Jr4Addr

2Vt bath parquet floor *** unknown y i a
BR ,
4
i You notified that F
packaaesFurnished are hereby a 0
attic fin built.!In kitchen Urge ((13-A) Groves Bill\ of complaint for Divorce has >

utility, screened In rear porch ..*.. filed again you, and yea
$7850 ar required to lerv a copy 01
D tee neighborhood near your Anewer or pleading to Bill QL2.C. ta-..

.. No quallfytnf You True, this 1* a email! horn, only Grove For Sale of Complaint on th* plaint IIW* at.

name the down payment I bedroom, rosy living room Comm WALKER RABK, WinHaven. AWLNL3
Van Skiver Bulldlnir '
make your own termi. pleulv FURNISHED, vn ta *ulonutia 49 ACRES ter Florida. and the thoriginal .

wahr check tnvment 1113 take ALL ORANGES prime .s. anewer or pleading In thOfflc c:5t FIO 6 lClfCt7MPlA1NTt
monthly, WIVB MAO .., 1
See at 1411 Ave A, NW or cat Dries NW then phone to .*. lnnd titles excellent sfe Polk of the Clerk of the Clrcu OETTINC> pE L\ ;
Dowd 294.2402 after C Immediate ocoupancylRIAUTY Court on or before th* ISth day THAT ,.
Allen location Irrigation
County 1 ASAINEaLllaaRiaT.
of February 1M4 It J.f311..to.n : dope taI you R4 NEEDlse s' / a
p.m pump well Buy this fin judgment by RS 1
NDyy
and this & alnt you for th* relief demanded '
now get years
trove In the Bill of Complain I
JOHN 0. WOOD II crop Price to sell at $4.000 DONE/ : AND ORDERED: at Ban NICE 6UY \ ,

per acre with 2f% cash low Polk County. Florida Ihll AND .TILL
& ASSOC. Inc. lath day of January. A D 1M4 y f rAunioaiT'J
RTAIN
Clerk of the Circuit Court e tCo
ZM1S1T Pbone I93-MOS C O. ON1R5AtlL..t.r -.EEEJames D. M BLOAW! 31%. > -

manila Radioed you kNOrv ..
23 26 1-3284 H. Cross Deputy ClerkWALKER. wI
: RABK A WINES
a Alberto.. Meenre Van Skiver Building
(: ;t.lf'vg.hlnl.'\ .4-aT REALTOR Winter Haven Florida
ISIt month n I Attorney for plelnllffJan .
bedroom rren porch Clo. -Ill. A BARGAIN Owner moving north, Office Z39A 3rd St., SW. 17 24 31. Feh 1. 1M4it
'
Hoven today 2 .b*. 2- .
Phone CY 4 2444Citru
both. Florida room ca. purchaMd .
I Bedroom 1H bath. new leai than two year. ago In Grove. Our tptrlaltv' TUB fmrriT roriT oTHB .
IRfl tT
(
I d..dlor ; ThNTH 1111IIAI.
veiled 117,4111well/ deliver
| ( iun Arrei 232 IN AM HIB POLK (.t)( "T\:,
:: extra I. -
Low wflpatmoot 115000 Include '
i A monthly LOKIIIN "HAJ'I( t.lty
payment Ing I I. belle\lng KB section J..,.... 0 ... N.. SBESSla t91
CY 4-2447 33-3 Lots & I M 8HULER. I eYOUDON'TIOAIL? NHEt. tiNEril e-mOErtr0ulY0U
((14-A Imtovoyl
) Acreage
4 Bedroom. 1H bath. PlainUff, "a
Call Jerry Murdu, CY 4-13IS or 3-BEDROOY the bath City llvlit. .. YOUR FRIEND! NAVI fNEMIEAV[ li 7RrvIRY i' 4 *tti '

Pan Wliu.ra CY a-1433. 33-TF BO cur ta>... or will\ trade lor JOHN W 8HULER. SUPPED erAtLTNE DECOYTS_ aNT CITY AUVEI! DOOR! CORN! IN .
TAKEOVER noun. trailer CY t-tlM: 34-37 ACREAGE Defendant AN UNO j/115 M1RE I NER[ [ ,
THERE PAYMENTS NOTICE: TO FFKM: ) lulLDINO,
1&8 a month I bedroom .'11 bath BRICK front ,..Id.n... In enrellen THE 8TATB OF FLORIDA TO:
with carport Call Churk B. condition. I .bedroom. I bath. I acre 13300 Ac.\:: 4 acre John W. BhulerWhereabout -
t Schomthaler A Co.. 21.750. 30 acre divided unknown
rrocmk .
Overlooking L. k Hartrldn*
:Realtors) 34-3123 alter I 00 coil till win 00 Schoenthaler A On 2t. % down, balance a:S III'month. You ar hereby notllied thatult a
2iX for divorce baa been fileda.ainat
888-6611 894-8133 JS-2:
you In the above entitle
VARNER REALTY caue: and that you are hereby

BRICK LAKEFRONT I. 14 6th St., NW CY S-S4S4< niwer required or to other*erv* a written copy defines:
and dl tieellent
of nlty -
A horn Brwtig
13-TI upon Walter a Bell. plaintiff eltornev -
condition. One. owner prop- 104' on Lake Alfred. Furnished whoee addren !. 215 Van
: :ci.tIrr* teen t.lrU.n, :* I CHOICE! RCSrDBNTlAL LOT 01Cyir Skiver Bulldln Winter Haven !
2 bedroom. Fla.
2.blth. room
Ilorlde before the 7th dar
on or
mail house a. down a\nvnt IOarar *.* Garden Road Owner ERIN 4w
....rtm.n'.r at lot. large living room, birch cabin will (inane*. Call 3>..2631. :3-TI of February 1M4 and before with er ((
Immodl.I.I th..II.r to file t AN OLDEARTH'
yi
Out oJ State owner eti. built.in oven. Extra store tho Clerk or the above styled aNlrl
lie An. D, KB LAKEFRONT and Ukevlew lot 'lYJI
age room utility room terrai Court the original of aald aniwer or r
HTF on Chaln-O-Lake within 1300: ft. written defrnna. If nay -
to floors ceiling heat, seawall of newly four laved Hwy. 17 If you fall to do .... Decree pro
LOVELY LARGE Bedroom Span- sprinkler lystem Schoenthaler A Co. 294-8123 23-.) Con!.... wllba\ entered against
lab Type horn Cypr .. Gar- you for the relief demanded In the

dtnl Area Florida Room. Cettrii': ', Boat & Motor Dock LAKE: JULIANA "wiTNCSfl hand and official (ySMY! GOOGv..5f HUHT X VOU Wfftl wLKP WELL tT LMOST
CY 1-0014 I:1TrMOVE'IN
Heat 113.1OO.! I ACRES Lakttront deep well real of offlr my at Btrtow. Polk HE. WALKINQ IN Hlti WHERE I WAlKINODEARWt3RKED, / w

550 Penn Ave. take Alfred electricity. b.rn. Hi 500 Count. Florida, Ihla alb dy 01 I 6LSP/ AM X 7! A I'M WORRIID4

& F UcCOMIC. Reg. Broker January. 1M4 Z ABOUT VOUIT .
I Owner Occupied >>1-2... D, H. BI/AN JR 1
23-a:! ( I.r'I..u" Court z

TAKE UP PAYMENTS 242 Ronald Deputy Clerk Henderon

LAKEFRONT LOT BY OWNER. J.n. 10. 11. 34. .1. 1164
t bedroom, itt bath air condition BY OWNER CUSTOM BUILT 2- 100 a :300 In Lake Alfred S4-CX:
fenced nice t-bath modem all eleo or make an offer 213-6491. 23-31:
yard, neighborf bedroom Italic T. Creditor
Bui to all ichoolt No trio horn. Air conditioner underground choice LAKEFRONT LOT near IN THE COl NTY JIDGE'aCoca
wtlcorner ,
shallow
tsxes. Irrigation Cypr. Ordn 105 on lake ? IN ANn FOB PULL
city 190: a 130: 10 varletl fruit '
COl NTY. FLORIDAIN
and road 350(
by dep U 700. BY
treei. nicely landecaped Priced 10<
Call Allen Dowd 2042402 after 38J-82M. S4-37 OWNER Term. CY M717 eve- RE: ESTATE: OF
ell. im IE 14th St : nln,.. :24-21 HAZEL: MAY KORWANDcea
6 p.m. or' see at tract office >ed

Aver-A, Y lath St., SW. To All Creditor and pcrioni Haw
Country 'Living Legal log Cllm or Demand Against
Advertising laid Kitatai. 9

JOHN G. WOOD and each of hereby .
Lakes You. you are c---- L1.
Waterfront to Chain Of notified to file In duplical al _

& ASSOC. Inc. Delightful 2 bedroom home on IS THE tlMUT rOt aT OF claim and demanda which you "It
canil Large beautiful Florida FOLK COINTV FLOHIUA have against the elate of Hue

Developer Builders all elec IN tHAxrrnyUOHTbAOK : My Formn d...... room, parquet floors tOKhlLUHlBE of Richard A Broneon, County
MEANS 1 h'E CLOCK SAYE HAVEN'T CLOCK SAYS J 1' THAT I LIKE /.GOUT
3-2lf or 2)3-930 trio kitchen double carport. ( *.. >.. >2j3-Sl.JJ7 : Judg. at hi* office In the Court THE GOT TIME TEN TO EIGHT TIME fVEN MEANS 1 HAVING A LOT.b$4
from new ROBERT II:. McCLAY KT: AU Houi at Bartow Florida. wtthla
10 minutes AT OP CLOCK
Only calendar montha from January BEDROOM TO CAT TO OAT PORTY TWO CAN L
Plaintiff. air l
24.21 .
shopping center. Only 1 yet vas 17. 1M4 which I* the date at tha C SEVENAY. BRe0.KFA'T } ( 7 ,
old. Priced to sell Financing. LOREN O HERNDON ET ALOllondanta first publication of thin nolle / 1 v
Each claim or demand must be In iDRTYS CC.'r LeA
IBTIie
S-BR, bath DR, Braakfait 1020 Edgewater DriveS
Drive by NOTICE OF lilT writing mint state the place 01 S ..eZ
room place beamed Paneled" ceding LR with. Paneled stone fir-Fla. .E. Eloite Estates then phoneus THIa STATE OF FLORIDA TO: reildenc* and poet office addrte. r ; ,(

It. floor lurnac I air conditioner to see this lovely home by Loren O Hvrndon and "'If.. of th* claimant must be worn :
10 and must b* filed ae afoniald j D .
I car gangs. 135 ISO lot Mildred Nerndoa L'C6 r '
overlooking Lake HartrKlg.. SWO33th appointment.S. Re.ldenc and pol office or else! **ma will become voidJemeite d l lJei

at, NW Call 3-t773 for apymtmnt addr*** unknown Formaa AbrnthyEieculrlx qq
.
vnlng wek.1626 A. MOORE TOIl ar. hereby notified that a Rtrauthn Shirlt A m p,
ult for
RealtorOffice tale real forecloiure..Ul* mort of..S that. record-sew Kaloa-Hdl. Ally. c \A
FIRST MORTGAGES FOR BALE!:. ed la Official M\ Magnolia Ave e '

Florida.P.O. Boa 7, Cypreai Garden 7430JIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl1111111111Y. Phone CY J-MM ftf? 131 and 632 In'u-onS Winter Jan. 17 Haven 34 SI, Via Feb T 1M4NeUc t ;!l ...
Clerk the 1.14 C.i
& Eves CY 13210 Circuit Court ( )
.,Suns. of Polk County. Florida. and en-
Z i.
2428LAKB re-r.Se. the following' described T. Creditor
t..11: IN THE: <<" JjDTYrocn: I.

1132 Polk Drive | dIrabl *- Bo.la .1 the 'IV comer of Lot COIBT IN ,
ROY ON CHAIN. wry It In Block "A" or ARM' fOlKTY, FLORIDA .h

location. large wooded lot STRONO'S SUBDIVISION according IN RE: ESTATE OF /'ha' 7NJ (ILL KJYV, 7VA'ro. Y-YOURS' MASKiD Ouretoi e e 1 %

1 S.E. | Including S oran treat..bedroom Lovelyalmo.t to tho Plat thereof re- PEARL P. OATESD TAKL 7W1/R $1,443! i IYNAR ARIF SW MAVJ +
nw CB horn. rooted In Plat Book S. page c.*.. CO/NC 7000snowtrL tmwrwwHaeN.I1'l

I I the bath Ideal for children.. 7 as. public record. Polk CounM To All Creditor and Persons HawIng 7frgMt#, *1460 WMS AwIF 73Al'I ?
5E _. S93-748LS:
FROM SOUP TO NUTS Will Mil or 1 ty. Florida' run theory East Clalma or Demand Against i I ,' CLWI IYAg 3-0 t/L/AKl yL1rAda}? +

ITS COMPLETEIT'S = rOR SALE flin Rang Area feet: run Uiene. North lIT Slid Litatal. hereby r .. 1 /N/>. ID et/fJRCNfK/e 'lt
feet
thenr and each of you are I
bedroom Home writ u feet You vs
2 = Mod.... I I F r
c montli thence South m NH M the notified to file In duplicat all
.SW
$50
Dow
par
= READY = CT io914. ..iF pint 01 bolnnln. LESS AND rlaima and demanda which. you
E FOR E EXCEPT Ih. rotating road have aicalnut the fetal of Pearl
TRANSFERRED MLST JELL rlghtof wa". P. Oate. deceased In the office t r
5 yoUIbedroorna EE bedroom J-bth 1660 1<&. fool. hue boon filed lIalnot you III th. of Richard A. Broneon. County 0 I I et

Appraled S17SOO! Hk an olr.r. above entitled taupe by the Marl1f.1" fudge. *t hi* offlc In the CourtHou.o t
%S EE 13a Trttnont Pr, BE: OWNER named In aid mortgage, *t Bartow Florida within
|X 2 baths EE W3-7174. 2..21 namely. Robert E. Hells7 and its calendar month from Jan :34M4 .
X Living room EE wife. Corrine HcClay. Hilda Jane which I I. the date of the first
| BEAUTIFUL VIEW FROM THIS J.n""lrh and husband Peter Jan. lubllratlon of thl* nolle Each waev'r
I/ Dining room EE LAKEFRONT HUMID. ovfh Sarah Virginia Gorky and cl.lm or demand must b* hi writnc -
I Ii
|X Florida room = Overlook Lake Klbort l-Bd- husband, Donald Gorky, and thai muet Plat the place of nutdene !' Ii Ill
carpel, air you are hereby and port office addreu ol -- ,,, Y
E V Loads of iterate =_ room., :a-batha, drap required to serve *
conditioner Hove. lawn Irrigation a ropy of your ........r nr other the claimant mint b* iworn to
E ipace E boat lift and duck. All Included for written defen.* unon Harry E. and muet ba filed a* aforeeald, or
E |X Laundry room EE only S23SOOOO: Call CY *-174 or King' Plaintiff' after,.,. who. ale erne will bee<>ma ....14.
landscapE drive out to 260 E. Lake .lbrt .iMre.. I. PO Box 507. Winter Edwin R. Oats
iX Beautiful IMSY TMf Y .Y TNi IS to w6 ASS Tn Met-O Tare
Drive and deal with the ewnerKOBK SI? .n. Flor'l' on or befnr the AdmnietretorWALKER. WONDf L 1C tAt l47
E EE PRie.iCE4f 0456. TMI4 coPi$TiuV I PRs4CSW HOW M weVMN
fry 21-21 day of Frbni.rr. 1lS4.! and RARE A WINES TNI TMtC l3 WMfet
MLY 1D0l7LLOW
I" Lennox central alt E babes "' Immediately thereefler Attorney at law CO LAtiOiNdi RAND OR 77+Ig 1gAeCIC.t.4ff dV 9Mi WILL If A L.MOTE OiiroDlT! ENLO790t TO PO ITf, XMf

= conditioning EE 1 f"T with the Clerk the *N>v* Van Skiver Bulldln PA4e4.4 .. HBLOLINTIi KNOW, TM9Li ANY
IN THE CITY styled Court th* srlrlnal of Mid Winter Haven Florida PIER TRIAL! f i ROA5S 6OiNG INTO oR Out
I/ Ceiling elect. heat EE OF tOlKStt ."_" or MM written defense.. Jan 24. 31 Feb T. 14 1NOTI'E
But llv. In rigid Cypreu Car- II any.
118.500.00Owner. E den area and lmulunouly, seta If fall
you to do M. deere pro OF BID WANTED BY
S have moved sS real bargain In a home Only tonfe.*. will b* entered areingors 10W.N OF HAoLB LAkK:, FLA
from town, but awayfrom ,
minute
ton for th. relief
demanded
10 I can how you any sE huitl and buitl of the city >mnlalntWTTNF'II. In the Notice I* hereby given that Ih*
Town Council of the Town of lam
time. 5E near colt count of new CyprusGarden. mr hand and
officialal
country club; shoot bus ef gla Lake. Polk County Florida, will
offic at Btrfow Polk
C"inv"lisi eald bid until 1:00
Eleanor Igiehart E itopi: In quiet neighborhood overlooking ty. ) receive : p.m.
Call beautiful lake Wlntenel.idjolnlng this :4'h. day of Jan oa February T. 1W4. for the pur-
CY 4.U12 = nary 116t.D chae and removal of th* following
Sun
| ,Evei! & by canal the Uk Cy> H ft. Af. n
described property lo-wlt:
pru Garden 1* on: Mparat fallout firm, Cmilf CoirtrW
shelter 4 bedroom (one airsondltloned On (\/ wooden two-bedroom
; ,
Paul H VaughnDenote
TOWN COUNTRY : ). teparat dining room : Clark dwelling hone located on LotS
of Terrace Subdivl-
tt Block 17
I tiled bath. modern kitchen am- Tan 2t. 31. Fcb T. 14 11X4Mcllc !
of ) Ltka. Polk
Town Eagle
itoraf*. tcreened non
277 Mlagno9a fi'@n 1i'@m 1W porchegarage.. nicely landwaped County. Florida a* Gown by

Cif. 3.1141 L! lJiJlL UIiiJU !I II 110! acre plu.. boos of tan Ocala T* Creditor map or plat thereof located In
._ : 1 lock about 2400 *q. ft. Price only IN TUB: COlMfY: HDGKt the office of the Clark la and
IlIIIiIII/LHUUdiil/II Ilafill: CY I-S71S. tomr IN AND rim ruuctOINTt for Polk County. norlda. NOW .
7.IIIII 19.24 I 125000: phon owner rLOklllADi laid house being located at :M VRO1 PRO.. COME EACK 1 1OARLili4

2"2'11 RI: ESTATE: OF Terrace Drive North In the Tow
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY LEN A. WALLLR 01 Eagle Lake. Polk County Flortda 1 m000661 f lNIO 101(1
oc..4 YOU D EE Il1AAwrUtfD O MOVE iICAU41 I COULDN'T / i't7Uf

To AH Creditor and Ptnon HawIng I Bidder must atata tha prlca of OF SOLD-sA/IOROU7LR /r+L
Claim or Demand Again Cored for th* purchase and rmovtI wAiIl welt-uPl JANYfN1NdAN' T :
laid Eotat.: I of th* above dcrlb4 hou**. iJlli il

You, and each of you ar here- Th. lucce.iful bidder will b* givn -< d+
OPEN HOUSE F II y notified to fall In duplicate all a reaamabl time within which \
claima and demand which youhave tll remove th* laid hou.*. at his vi
again th* estate of Lena A. ipenn. from the above describedocatlon

Palter. deceased, In th. office of w \ I I4j
Sunday 2 P.M. to 6 P.M Richard A Broneon. County Judge. Addreee all bid tn Town CounII oi /
.t hi* office In th* Court HOUMt alt" Town Clerk P.O. loa 130: -
Bartow Florida. within .Ia l caU Earl tk*. Florid ic I 1 : i\\\\ 9v --nEi
cedar month from January 24 Th. Town Council reeerve the : /Iii

BRAND NEW 964. which I* the data of Ih* flr.t right to refuse any or all bid* or '
Hibllcatlon of thla nolle Each tll accept any bid at their deaer.lion *-

claim or demand mUtt be In wrltng > .
must Mat the place of rests By Order of the Town Council
,
Score In 1.1. MctlM ef City
Cm *.. tree II..tlf' nw dens and poet office addrei of Frank D. Won freildenlFrank
.111.! t. new Shep lne Ceetef. Till hem h*( S lrf lhe claimant. must b* swore ta /(/ D Wood

kdr*.m*. t the kethi. a else llvlitg/ ream laeklnf cut thru and muM b* filed a* afnreuld or 1./J J.it'ea "en..e>f

I"*.. deere 4. delightful *.,*."*. I In pats. tn all eleetri oleo I wins will\ become raid 1 JULIAN BENNETT .

"IU .... 'I nln I | area off the living rm Living rem cod Eunice Hayward T- AtlomerV
\ Timer Building _
E..IPla
"*"r..m hag nylen **rp.t. Title him hi. tMrl, ht and WALKER: BANE A WINES Winter Haven Florida

air ***d'tienlng I Double < ***' ling ttorn'r* at lawvan .r... 34 :3S SI Feb >. IM4Wfrrirr FIANDPA'1:

Skiver Bldr BtRTWt Ayl

The Address Pinter Haven Florid or ffTr.Tiof TO 4 WITEMT4AET
Jao. :M SL Feb 1. 14 1M4 BFGI1TFB: FirTITIOtS KAWf '. rMIRIFUL

Notice I. hereby given that th*
1818 6th St, S.E. WOrse tmdenlgned Intend* ta ret"'ter :c
with ,o,. Clerk! of Ih. Omilt Courtof f'I1
NOTICE! 78 HEREBY GIVEN
HAT L EARNEST SCURRY wheas Path Conntv Florfla.. ynuaatta 2
MOORE Realtor Ch*..>er ]n5>, Lw of FVrtd..
S. A. convicted hi the CRIMr.oIALroUR1'
OF RECORD Court ofFOLK Amt- of ''41 ltvi.'.tur.. II ame.dd "
by Chapter *'7Sn L.... rt Ti.
-<
County. Florid at the SEP
Office Ph. CY 3-441 Sun. & Cvts. CY 3-3210 .. .
.. EMBER term thereof A D 1963.th "to.r 1SS1 UrlelaluT th*
.< offense of BRIBERY and ,.ctitl>.... ...m.. to rlt "HAVTXFTP'C
C. H. BLOEDLE "Mr. B' Associate noticed therefor to Sute Prima ",. wider which. *.. te en.
of Florida for ea apply -"d In b-"pees .t 271 T" e-d
ON THE PREMISES for clemency to the: l:1; Board Street IW w'i..t- II....*, Florida.
nS' Pardon. Tallahaeee Florida, 1M.. neorydowooMM
tt It* ...t regular meeting +n A MrPneranfi
Earnett (curry wee a23w'
(A"Mlcaat) -'e- T-see Ti''e/,eelate.
I 2424 I.a. J7 34 1H4 24. n. Ft*. 7. It 1344

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Twelve WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA" Friday, January 24Sen. 196"4I



Hollandto I I I Lucy Johnson Jibes Newsmen On Fitness I teenagers Service surrounded agent, went by into Secret Recent Mr. and visitors DUNDEE Mrs C at M the Porter homeof

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and daughter
I nearby I movie. Karen and were their son

I MADISON Wli (UPI-Lucv) "You don like to "walk" she people and could have account Jerry left the party In front of law Mr. and Mrs. Charles For.

Announce i Bainei Johnson enjoyed I full 'asked a newsman who called cd for their adult escorts, ait- the theate and Jack, Lucy and ter and children of Tltusville
law and daughter
In
i j' ,I course dinner of lobster tail for a car "You know about the other provision of Wisconsin Dour settled down in seats at and Mr a and son Mrs- Clarence David-
i
Thursday night and took In the physical fitnesa program you're law
aisle Charlotte.
rear. of Port
I 'late showing of "Move Over, supposed to get out and walk After dinner, the group of the center len
His Candidacy l lI : '.' I' Darlene\ with her University Daddy takes a walk every ----- ---- --

: I II '. lof Wisconsin freshman boyfriend day.
,
Jack and Lucy, joined by 01.

I TALLAHASSEE (UPP Sen '.; ; The 16.year-old daughter of son's 19-year-old sister, Karen
Spessard Holland probably will <:Jll\ !! President Johnson was scheduled a sophomore a River Falls
announce his candidacy for I ., to leave here at noon today UW student, and by Doug b
new term at a newt conference for Rochester Minn, and Dague, Cumberland, Wis, an l
here Jan. 31 I ., .' a weekend visit with Dr and other UW student, dined in the
Holland, a Democratic senator ." y; Mn James Cain Cain la I splendor of Madison'a newest '.e
since 1949, called the conference f physician at the Mayo Clinic restaurant within the shadow
Thursday He recently was given,I ( I and a personal friend of the of Wisconsin's state Capitol.
President The five teenagers were le
the go ahead to run again fol-1 I.
I'' lowing a physical checkup Jack Olson, 18 the boyfriend, gaIly seated In the combinationbar
-No one has announced to run will travel to Rochester withL -restaurant, Charles Field,
against Holland, but there has JCY and the young couple may maitre d'hotel said Field acid TiBEQi HIGH FIDELIW wltfiI
ben speculation that Orlando! make a lidetrip to Madison state law provides that if 50 per
contractor Brailey Odham, twicean Rock, Wis, Olson'f home town cent of the business ii devotedto
unsuccessful candidate for which nearly straddles the Wisconsin food and there Is a division !!
governor might make the race. t Minnesota state line. between the dining and bar sec
Lucy will return to Washington tions, a minor may patronizethe
Sunday restaurant.

$9.3 Million I Olson Strolling along hand the banks in hand of Lake with That. exemption was not necessary exceeds all previous achievements in the recreation of sound. These

Tolls Collected Mendota, Miss Johnson twitted Two Secret Service agents, Astro-Sonics have such vast tonal dimension, they can whisper or thunderthe

newsmen Thursday for not apparently of age, were seated full beauty of music-from the subtlest flute passage to the majestic
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Florida king as fit as her father. three tables from the young is startlingthe
And their advanced reliability so
I
collected a record $9.S mil) crescendos of a great symphony ,
lion last year from HJ 12 road solid state components are guaranteed 5 years
and bridge toll projects. ARTICLES FOR SALE .
The Road Department said the magnificent
Thursday the take was $12 LANCASTER'S LESLEY East Carolina College,
million above the total for 1962, Greenville, N. C., hat selected Mm Lesley Brittain Kent kEJ
which set the previous record. u
The traffic total was 51.T million of Lancaster, Pa, as its prettiest prospect for Mist I l uagna"o.A .
vehicles, also a record and Cheerleader USA In the Winter Haven Chamber of Commerc -

up 6.7 million over 1962. .-Cypr M Gardens sponsored contest.
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i Sen. Smathers CLASSIFIEDREADER These Components give greater

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i Shoppers' Convenience te

For Tax Cut SERVICE e r_? :I more audio power. e. and


GUIDE TO RICHMOND Va. (UPI-Sen. Powerful combined Store ten times the efficiency of a tube set

George A. Smathers, D.Fla., Amplifier and Radii Chsisli

laid Thursday night the "last ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS -has no tubes. Though ten
best hope of eventually balancing times as efficient as a comparable

I the budget" lies In the I FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD tube set, It uses but
enactment of the $11 billion tax l/10th the electrical powerno -
cut bill now before the Congress : more than a smal light bulb. c
IN GREATER "Massive federal government : Notices For This Department -

spending Is certainly not the W7ilI
conservative businesslike way Limited To .
WINTER HAVEN of doing it," he said "Tax
reduction II the conservative 1. Item for sole ., twee to the I. No a.,",tes No Charges -

way to do the Job" "''a. .. US .r Ie.. ... All Cash. .

Smathers, who appeared as 2. II Word Limit 1 Item le
;,4tntmtstffnmt1mmi guest speaker at the annual fob At i. Ads aleck .. brought In toclauifloe' I I 9
banquet of the Richmond Cham-
bet of Commerce, said "the tax t. lech notice mitt cental the .,.rt1It wrlttn Two 1000 cycle Exponential ---
i EXPCHTilNeXntNSIVBREUPHOIOTHG!: !: reduction program now before price of ....rI'" .*. telephone out ., mailed la with swymei Treble Horns-have the
the Congress Is perhaps the last nymb.r er .dd.... of acoustical efficiency of 20
CUSTOM I WORK beet hope of eventually balancing the seller. .. la advonco. cone speakers.They recreate
the budget and eliminating distortion. treble The Normandy Provincial
4. N. eemmerel.l'ads will be 7. N. ,hone ardors.I. pure
the federal deficits have 1 ST636 choice of Fruit'
we cce, e4. tone-even from percussion your
,'. Ante Glen e Scat Covers Convertible Tops registered In 24 of the past 30 Adi wlU rm U 4ov Instruments. wood or Antique tory.
yetrs,* 1CIRf9R.ATTNO ...
Complete Selection of Fabrics
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DUCK HUNTERS You will newer
Hicks Upholstering & Glass Shop w., a heater (oU see bottrr docoyo Llitht Sal..- only
IJ10U *'R 111108USED wood handmade Bargain. CYDUOTHERM
1201 SIXTH IT., IW. JM-I4I4 Morals Charge H3Ut. YOUR
.Jaln"lnd dool'll and win-
doss. $26 00. )'111508, blower 1.1600 apace CY heater HIM alter with CHOICE OF $
,
I 00 pm. QQQ50
CAMERA Lawnmower -1'-
&.. Holds WorkerJACKSONVILLE GO KART for Ml I.. 125 00. Phone -1.
5 STYLES
e/ & TV HEADQUARTERS CY 4-3258 lor detail. f Beautiful Gardenia Bii.h<- I f. thigh Two High-Efficlincy, 12 lain
exceptionally thrifty S3 00 Woofers-were specially designed
Winter Haven TORO ea Trailer Park Rt. tu at Hwy
Authorlnd 1.1.l A Siorvlco (UPI) BEAUTIFUL Palms. t to I ft. '1110 :37. Carton. to utilize the greet
Phone 293-4694 Welfare worker Walter Frank to SIM .ach. Larry Li-wli 281AT < audio power of the Astro- _
f 01 Slut Street, N.W.Wt COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE R. NW Inwood, CY S-S6..6 p
SERVICE REPAIRS ON ALL Agee, 32, was arrested Thuri- AUTOMATIC G 11) wisher. Good Sonic amplifiers; and reproduce eilMti $ AreeatPu
Give S AH O'.e.tama>|
) Fir icons Com m o n i. strnmntWhttoi condition S2B 00, Brlnr t 00 1I.m. purest, distorted bass
MAKE LAWN MOWERS ANEW lay on morals charge con A Fontana, 75o up Eve': CY SHMIW Anytime MU -SM4
OUTBOARD MOTORS. tamed in a warrant Issued by nlnn. Wthnuto baptist Church, tones.
HOMES Phone 293-4667 Juvenile Court Judge Lamar CY 4-3880 -tt-
& REMODELING Wlnegeart He was ordered held SHETLAND FLOOR POLISHER
HARVEY'S MOWER OOI and cleaner Hardly UMd Like
W. C. McEvers SERVICE on $20,000 bond PORTABLE Onod condition rlnctrle. 1800 hcttnninmd ch19'U nrw Half price 1760. Phone
Vice detectives said :293-8737
UlLDINft CONTRACTOR lets Sth St. Cypn.i Shopper squad 8th 8t. BB.IT !\. .
they seized about 1,000 obscene SQUAB FOR THE SPECIAL
til Aw. C, SW. CY J.IU' pictures taken by Agee;: over I YOU'RE DESPERATETO OCCASION. SI.00 oach. Phone
Bobby CY S-2528, .
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six year period. Agee was Identified V
by authorities as a social MAKE A SALE -
welfare worker for the State HUNTER Seat Rldlnc outfit <<'..n-
STARLITE TV SERVICE Welfare Department and i for TRY CLASSIFIED ary and black. Sine 12. CY t-7763. Mlcrematlc Plsyer-eliminates ).
11700
I Nite & day service calls mer professional scouler with THEY NEVER FAIL discernible record and
I Rentals & used TV's the Boy Scouts of America in HONG KONG ran Shape, Wlrktr stylus wear.The high-compll. >
and Ottoman
chair 11600. CY
I Open 9 AM .9 PM New Orleans PHONE CY J-2191 4-4131 Evo CY -7313. once pickup plays perfectly at
::15. 2nd St" LW CY 3.6897 a featherllght 1/10th ounce
touch. The Diamond '
Stylus
The Italian Provincial ST639,
There are 30 Pontiacsin Guaranteed ecordsanlastaIS.tlme 10 years-your. your choice of Mahogany or

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