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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 26, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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.
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
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PeopleBy '53-No. 100 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1964 PRICE TEN CENTS


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ED BERND JR.

Question: If yon were 4 U.S.-Russian Satellite

president bow would yon

! handle the Panama tituation

I Alvin Decker, retired., Lake
.u >
Alfred: 1 think
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j ;I I'd be a little
I I more liberal on ,
the profits of

I the wouldn't canal give I Orbited In Dual Effort


t" them any moreconcessions.. I

would certainly
tend enough
.
troops to take
care of any ,13-Story Space

Decker riots there Back For ClassicFirst
Riders Horses
III Roy Moore, banker, 241 16th I
St., NE: I've been a SAC Craft Carries
Howard Girl
I pilot for four years and I I GIRL SCOUTS TAKE CANOE TRIP-Launching their canoes in Lake ,
think about it Scouts of Troop 40 are ready to let off for a trip to Cypress Gardens Three '63

point from a of military view. Jumpers Here Hope For Peace

Normal security Arnold Palmer Is Made
in the tone Report For Horse Show
should be en- VANDENBERG AFB, Calif.
fore e d. We By TIIL'RSTON'IlLIS (UPIV-Echo 2, mankind's largest
don't have Here Staff Writer satellite, began circling the
much Panama businessin except May Play On Citrus StudyThe The $10,000 Orange Concc earth today as a "space am
hate Open Jumping Swee bassador" heralding a cooperative
in the canal stakes event of the Fifth An. venture of the United
should WOft"- defend. We Moore I Jaycees ReportArnold Florida Citrus Commission The Booz.Allen projection 1 lor nual Imperial Horse Show Is States and Russia

that heavily both politically and wlU have to increase its oranges is far beyond anythii: beginning to shape up as the The 13. story balloon was
militarily. I am in favor of expenditures more than 60 per Florida Citrus Mutual has leen finest ever held here rocketed Into the heavens atop
concessions in Panama, but not Palmer may be cent in the next three years to in its projections, which at I I ita With Windsor Castle back to an Air Force Atlas-Agena two-
brought to Winter Haven to merchandise a 164 million box defend the title he won last stage missile from this Pacific
to the point dominate.where the W communists must play a golf tournament on a citrus crop expected in 1967-68, last membership meeting in year, along with Navarra, leC' Coast base at 3.39: am. PST
communism.A. can local course. a New York consulting firm June was put at a top of, 106 ond place winner, and the ex. ((8:5' a m. EST) and an hour
top The Winter Haven Jaycee told the industry Friday. million boxes by 196768. pected entry of Monte Carlo s4e later was relaying television
O. Watson, grove worker, will meet Monday night to Representatives of Boos, AIleD The major recommendatiomade and Skyrene and three new r pictures to a ground station al'
Rt. 1, Winter Haven: 1 believe make a final decision on the and Hamilton of New York, horses from Colony Farms of a Pretoria, South Africa.
to doa by the New York firwere
Cuba hat got something question.The reporting on a seven month Montville, N. J., the competition "H'l right on the money,
with all this. board of directors, meet study of the commission and as follows: Is expected to be even both fired on the
If we let them (rag last Monday night, recommended the industry, said part of the Increase the terms of olfice! keener than last year, button "stages scientist exclaimed
go on they will that the general membership solution was a substantial increase of commissioners to three )'eara Ben O'Meara owner of Colon a white rocket
.. have something approve the project, in the tax on produc instead of two: limit the iOvernor' Farms, said yesterday that as the gleaming
do with four roared into the clear sky on i
to would be the biggest undertaking appointments to ,
I which tion. he had three horses he thought wet ,
of flame.Just
something else, this year by the or The report also said the commission members each year Insteadsix 01 were capable of taking all the r! pillar 33 minutes later the
too. The best ganization. It will require the needed to make an ; and limit commissioners'two \0 booty in this year's event. toward orbit the
thing we can efforts of at least SO: Jaycee: overhaul of its operations, and terms In any consecutive Last year O'Meara brougl.: rocket ejected that
send In its cone
cannlster nose
do li to develop and carry out a sue the state legislature should also nine year period. Jacks or Better here for the balloon
troops to Cuba. involving thi of the Approve adequate salary lev. contained the compacted
cessful program change the present setup Sweepstakes. It was one of the n
The longer eI nation's greatest golfer, accordIng commission to'lessen the political els for key personnel.Give top favorites but finished fourt nicknamed a "Satellnon"A
""* v* chemical in the huge envelope
wait the strong.Watson Chuck Foley, who il and it more the commission autho .
to pressure give after a gruelling three time ga
task of
er they will be- Ity to spend its funds as con then began the
chairman of arrangements.The authority. ,
the jumping course
It won't help to make conditions require, and lop over Inflating the balloon as it whirled
come. meeting Monday night James Newman, making the petitive which Is considered one of the
any more concessions. Moat of when final decision will to report for Boon, Allen and Hamilton illow It to set the citrus ex.: toughest in America 9 around the globe and the development
I these countries take our money made is scheduled at the new said the consulting firm Else tax each year. O'Meara believes that amon \ was transmitted to
but don't care anything about Allow marketing of product earth by a television camera 10
Jaycee clubhouse on Sixth St.. recommended that the commission Witch Doctor, California, Ind
na. SE. Jeff Games, attendant be given the power to levy on a test basis, selection of per. Bat Boy, he has a horse cai| the final rocket stage.
Last Sturgeon, realtor, SOO W member! sonnet and materials without "The only thing left to be accomplished
chairman, urges all the annual tax on citrus, nowa able of winning He said hhadn't .
Deer Lake Dr.; I think we should to attend. Those planning to fti Derogative of the legislature.To geographic restrictions, and I In decided whether 1. Is full InCUUon ol.
'
Just give it to I II asked UcaOyJlra other, ways! expand its open the balls oa" wkeattsU stkd.
at the meeting ,are meet the merchandising would 'enter all three, twg or I '
them and build at CY 8.2135.Vieifern for the hug lions and give it more ope '- Scientists called the spacecraft
Lowe requirements
I cinch only one. Top rerfr"; ., .. ..* O'Mawe... peaceful device
\ a new crops ahead the commissionmay I sung frcedoow. A meber lJ the..I1;&'01)'' a "completely
,1 mlly dont need a tax bite cents a The wporH *ated thai'tf .I pie team s' he will' ride la tfisweepstakes. Hen fr,Hrs Shew ," which it /has hoped would
fcaov what to Congo box on oranges by 1987.M, Newman eommlisloifi activities mar 1M! He has 12 hors be a step toward discouragingan
do. I'm lot said, 12 cents a box on too narrow in scope and ahoul here for the show and will hay:. arms race in space between
minding e u rown grapefruit and 8 cents on specialty }M expanded.""t should: consider d Kathy Kumer of Arlington, Va., Found the world's two major powers.
business.There developing an Nothing Illegal to
fruit. Current tales. ares 'or instance as a rider too. Miss nusner n. The two nations planned
Is BO Natives Revolt ( and S cents. marketing drinks with It'l. also a member of the OlympIc are the device to conduct sclenifle -
question but The industry can expect a han 100 per cent orange juice, Team. experiment end to communicate -
that this is in- 'j 135-million.box orange crop anda ind determine how to promote Concentratt with each other in
The Orange
sD Fred hv-, Cube .a LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo 3-million grapefruit crop hese products without compel Sweepstakes Is a test of en In Probe Of Licensing heir first Joint space venture,
ande coinSturgeon (UPI) .Machete-wielding young three years hence, Newman inl with the 100 per cent juic durance and stamina for the It also was expected to been <
munluts. I errorists led by a Communist- said. This is greater than the roducts. horse and skill for the riderIn "by more persons than
II Eric Westphal, manufacturers minister heretofore. The 196263 The commission should be required .made object In the
rained ex-cabinet: Ir.'iD biggest show there were ny man
last year' representative
think I Polk department
1801 llth St., NE: I to help stabilize prices I A. expected, a County erase
agent what w. had revolt against the govTnment crop, which never materialized a entries. In the first run, 11 who was a witness at the ilstory of the world" Hihlny
w.__ did just about to do, I think In In the Western Congo, because of the freeze, was put trough accurate crop pricing, rf the competitors finished I grand jury, after spending three hearings, said that Bryant is plastic and aluminum
all probabilityit efugees from the area said to- at 120 million boxes of oranges eveleping a concentrati (Continued on Page I, Col 1)Hoffa's ) days Investigating new liquor now facing charges filed by the kin making it appear In the
commu- lay. and the industry was deep into bank" and a workable crop| I licenses In the county, could department In Broward County ky like a bright star,
was I
nist inspired. If Government troops were re- the problem of how to sell it ontrol program. find nothing illegal about how The SBD man said that Bry.Int' The National Aeronautics and
moving into the area, when half of it was wiped out The consulting firm recom Administration (NASA)
ported usual method was to go pace
we had gone tended that the commission'setivities ). Jury the licenses had been Issued. I
(Contnlued on Page I, Col. 4) by the weather 6; :Col. a)
and Continued on Page
down there be divided Into foul The best they could do wt.. (Continued on Page (, Col. 6) (
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defeated thePanamanians major departments, each head Just to disagree with State Bev. --
itwould ed by a director reporting tothe Dept. Director Richard 1 B,
erage
Leave Saves
Soldier On Boy
at GuardCIIATTANOOGATenn
be general manager These deartments Under Keating. -The Citrus Scene-
least as bad as advertising and publicity "The approval of the appl .
it is now. They field merchandising, com- eant'a moral character appeal
have talked In Lake lercial development and ad (UPIA ) to be left to the discretion i 01
Westphal about building From Drowning City ministration and contrrol, wets painstakingly-picked federal the director and while this bod, By JACK CCRNETT
another canal in Mexico. I think llso[ discussed at greater length, court jury for the James R. was not In agreement with how The Florida Cltrm Reporter
that Is a good idea The Panama A year-old Winter Haven An anonymous phone call to with recommendations for re lofts jury-tampering trial was this subject was handled, it did:
Canal is too small for some boy, Gerald Shelton, 216 Sixtl the fire department sent the rganlxing them. put under close guard for the not appear that the director. POLK COUNTIAN MAY BE SLEEPERA
of our ships anyway. We would fit.. SW, was reported in fairly Winter Haven rescue unit to "AU functions needed lot weekend Friday night after an decisions were illegal," the I this writer wouldn't
have to be extremely careful id condition yesterday after the scene. After Shelton was revived commercial development ol overtime session failed to product grand jury concluded. couple of weeks ago,
in setting it up or we would be win, rescued from Lake Martha fire department personnel larkets and products should alternate jurors The grand Jury also said thlt have given much of a chance to Polk county's
back in the same situation I Friday afternoon by a fish gave him oxygen. He was be at the disposal of a commer- This means the nagging prob. the attempted Influence ped'i
Paul Smith, realtor, 230 Ave. erman. then taken to Winter Haven cill development director, who em of jury-aeleclion will plaguehe dung of a Palm Beach Count11 incumbent state senator, Scott Kelly, aspiring for
C, NE: This will always be a Shelton, swimming In the Hospital and admitted for observation ould report directly to the court for the sixth conaecu- resident, D. Mauluby Bryant, tI6 the governor's office the legendary chance of
problem. We must take the path j lake, was pulled from IS feet 01 He was later transferred nerd manager," the report tiv. court day when It recon- years would have no efeet ,
of least resis water by George Duncan, 21, to the Polk County Hospital alid. The existing reseach de- I enes Monday morning. The no the new licenses.I I "a celluloid rat being chased through hell by an
tance. I'm sure 233 Third St. NW, an Arms in Bartow. ( Continued on Page I, Col. JJ!I (Continued on Page 6, Col. 4) The jury said of his allege "
it was communist I Signal Corps PIc home on furlough I __ connections: "No evidence ws. I asbestos cat.
inspired or received that he had any .ueh But as 'we circulate around the industry, we
it wouldn't have Duncan's sister, Faye Whit connections or Influence with
the
happened. They tington, who witnessed the rca the beverage department or lbdirector feel an eviiJence'of a slight groundsWell for

will keep hitting cue, said Duncan was in a boat thereof" I personable Kelly with whom I haven't seen exactly
sore spotsall fishing when Shelton went un The jury said that there WII ,
over the der. Some children on the short not enough evidence to brim, eye to eye on several propositions. I am

world.for The the reason youngster.yelled to Duncan The fisherman to save drifted the. -charges against- --Bryant.- A-ben. literally astounded by the citrus men :who Tie

problem"is that -Smith- in to where the boy had claims, and some have admitted to me personally -

we the land.don't We own need to buy that him.gone Duncan down, and found dived Shelton in after on Registration In are on his team. Those citrus men that we

II strip across Wimberley Latin, businessman America. the lake bottom. I know for a fact are on his team are not of the_
Jay
carried to
After Shelton was *f
Ft. Meade: I don't see any difference the shore Duncan revived the professional "political circle" of the industrysome -

in that all and over situations the boy by applying artificial res County LaggingWinter of the names I have never heard mentionedin

world. A coun- piration.
try that would 4 Haven voters are reregistering politics before.

shoot their ownpresident In greater numbers While I have not had a chance to personallycheck J
F4 I LBJ PressingFor on the basis of population than confirmation that I
\ don't think can anywhere else In Polk County with all of them for their

blame communists with the exception of Lake they are on the Kelly team, there are some really
These revealed todayby
Wales, It wan
people Just resent Tax Bill the League of Women Vot- important names on the list and again, none

America. of them can be classed as "professional citrus
Juvenile delinquents era."But with only live days left
in FtWimberley WASHINGTON (UPI) -President "
r I for voters to register In their politicians
Meade e I u si r Johnson nays that each it Is surprisingand worked in
own localities, Kelly points to the fact he has
lust as much trouble, considerIng day the Senate delays in passing dsappointing that so few
the size, as the students liPanama. the $115 billion tax cut bill Dave taken advantage of the the senate the last several terms to get the passage -
Most kids are good, withholds $30 million from the offered
convenient opportunity of those bills sent as the so-called "legis-
<. economic bloodstream. up
but a few bad ones can ctus nation's them said Mrs. L. B Carter, ,
a lot of trouble.British Combining pressure with raters' service chairman of the ative package."

praise, the Chief Executive ieague. One of the citrus officials whose dutyt
MarinesIn commended the Senate Finance The Winter Haven' area counted top ,
Committee Friday for approving 4,300 re-regiitered In the is to keep his hand on.the pulse of citrus and

TanganyikaDAR tax the cut In measure the nation's, the history largest, 01 list the two number weeks,on or the 43 per registry cent tate politics, told me just a day or two ago -

Tangaiytta "We need it urgently," he ion rolls at the end of last 'Kelly' was a slow starter in the governor's race,
British Marine said. "We need H DOW The nation
commandos(tTI -acting at the is looking to the Congress UNITED FUND GETTING SET The Advene Gifts Division of the United Given ,ear.Throughout the county, 27.- but he can be the real 'sleeper' in the campaign."

request of the TananikanoYfrnment for rapid final passage." The Fund is about ready to start its spadework, and met to complete plant, the group being, 800 had regliitered only 35er If I were called upon to rank the top men in
landed In DarEsSalaam House passed an $11.1 billion Hunter James Gaff, Albert Griffin, William Raley and cent of the enrollment.
today and crushed I tax cut last Sept 23, and the final from S. J. Tilden.left: Joseph Griffin K.!II Hays chairman of Advance Hyer. Gifts, all the others are his aiiiitanti except There were 76,000 on the books the race for governor, as of right now, I would
mutiny in Tanganyika army product win be the result of (Continued on Page (, CoL 1) I (Continued on Fags Eight)
barrack a conference committee.. Raley, who is chairmen of the) entire campaign

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Bible Reading flhamber : ExplodesCAPE Saturn Rocket $$13 Billion (Orchestra San Pietro Pleases Firemen Lose



Rule AttackedBy )., rocket assembly KENNEDY similar(UPI-A to the Spent YearlyOn Winter Haven Concert CrowdBrilliant Truck To FireMIAMI

: second stage of a mighty Saturn
string technique, rich ber to be followed by Boc
rocket set for Its first orbital "
Sen. ? launch Monday blew Friday tonal quality, I youthful en' eherlnl'i "Sinfonlt la D Minor" (UPI) E. W Hill
up
By L L hl during preparations for a routine Homes thuslum for the music they. la five movement I and Paule Munde two Intrepid

Ch.m.of .' Cn ii.rc* : :, test at Sacramento, Calif, were playing, and the lawless ingredient direction The youthful bus soloist, Gl Dade County firemen, sloshed
TALLAHASSEE, ( ) W the Space Agency said today la recent years American were to its concert In Winter anna Amadio performed with 250 gallon of water oa a brush
berattorial candidate txMutlv Visa PNaibat A space agency spokesman have been tpnding upward to brought Htven'i Nora Mayo Hall the orchestra la "Tarantella lorCootr.blllO fire and then drove their truck
ly called Friday said her fueling for Monday's tbo $11 billion annually to make, Friday night by the Orchestra and Strings,5 by to the other tide of the fire toIlnl.b
was being additions
delayed until to their borne,
*e
constitutional OR ELSE the cause of the West Coast explosion cording to the Horn improve'ment Sin Pietro of Naples presenting Bottesinl, which had been arranged the Job. Thit'a when everything
third la the current by Maestro Ruotolo
would authorize could be determined. Council Family the went to blaze,
room
the local concert for this tour The orchestra
of himself
and daily prayers anti-cigarette frenzy is spreading like Mond.,'* hot will be the and I bedroom with adjacent winter association.aerie then played Haydn'a With 250 gallon of water still
ichooli first flight test of the bath have been the
The Lakeland fire. But people don't want to give up fueled Saturn second hydrogen stage. additions.These most popular Fifteea violins were welded "Sinfonia No. 44, "by far the la the tank of the truck, Hill
local la what teemed I sin outstanding music of the evening and Munde parked safely
civic club called "SJ"Cease together away
entirely. They trying like mad to new room usually Ire b
ed the recent U. are built for durability Because fie Instrument a* Maestro R- aa wa to expectedfrom from the fire-or thought they
Court decision m I to satisfy the that started nato Ruotolo conducted his gin the great matter. unravelled
urge it.. subjected to the roughest called back did-and all 250 feet
orchestra
wa
prietlcea Illegal Fire the family recreation ed young group through I reportolr The of their hose to get at the
those suggested wear or remains -
Raleigh Among for by aa audience
eh aa encore
mber
Control of the I room often combine wood paneling of ISth Century of the flime They were
that had enjoyed this unfoldingof
public education music that Included two about to turn the
with a rugged flooring Italian on water when
the hands of the material such tile major symphonic work, a concerto young musical genius they glanced back at the
leaves or t at quarry truck
community, Kelly leave much In Effect that win lilt the lift of the la which two oboist Joined not to say rather extra'ordinarily It wa on fir*.
added the high 4th and 5th. The announcement the strings, and a solo bya handsome young musical
Cora silk used home, The nozzle of their hose was
with local of the chosen should be double bassist who looked as genius too.CarBus .
eats one too far away to reach the truck
with young boy Homeowner with economy la
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waa> "ridlculoua. a blister oa the mad within the next thirty; .JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) mind usually specify ceramic If he might have skipped schoolto with water. They ran back and
Kelly said if Inhale it would day*. President Sukarno' "ctaie til* for bathroom wall, floor be present 10 youthful did Crash tried driving the truck to the
he fretitonal would ask the lacer on fire. What are the chances of Winter flrt" la Borneo formally took and counter because they know be appear. nozzle It conked out.
delegation a piece of Haven' offering of the Golf tile' first cost la its final cost Chamber music 1 I. i very The men fled just before the
a Qdiral would have tilt Club site being accepted Who effect at 12:01 a,m. yesterday, Real the never needs to be specialized form of music, generally gas! tank blew up. The $20,000
.meat nd'religioua to permit.use probably would knows "It Ie 1 the Impersonal, but at the urn time h* told waxed or repainted It c.n'll appealing only to the Kills Driver truck wa a total los.
tt well. unbiased unprejudiced and of : troops and "volunteers" on the be talned or scratched. AndIt longest of the long-hairs. Mostof
schools ttttiriiB nature are signs count, entirely objective opln : disputed island to "maintain comet In an almost endless It, in this country, I Ie presented
out the tan and Ion", (at Bill Xyntrtoa said vigilance and security" and election of colors, sizes and by mU groups-thre* to AUGUSTA Ga. (UPIA Mortgage
TUrner River be the answer la presenting the brochure) "ofvery stand by for further order abapes five pl.yer.-but the Italians Trailwiys but and a car collided Loans
it to get I loyal Winter Havenlte,, Sukarno told Atty. Gen. Robert The booming home Improve. have enlarged Its range by em head-on on a rain-slick highway .
oa deni the near banks Ochopet of the r :: :: does the job. that ours It the but site of F. Kennedy earlier this ment market owe Ita success ploying full orchestral ensem- near here yesterday tiling II' Talk us
for?" I. Seminole It the pro- any of thou under considers week he would order fighting to the fact that most homeowners blew, and the Orchestra San the driver of the car and Inuring aboutyourt
Turner A hookah it I tlon." mea on Indonesia' Malaysian prefer not to move.Many Pietro I I. one of the most famous 13 passenger on the bus. problems
ateaded Cast-Richard oa the rt' pipe with t lon To enumerate the many fea border la Borneo to lay down like their neighborhood of all these groups, and Th victim wa Identified a* NO APPRAISAL FEE
3tQ's. to arranged that hires that make It to clot to their arms Other want to avoid taking on certainly\ the most popular one Louis Johnson of Trenton, S.C. ON
cooled by pass the Ideal would require the I new mortgage with higher: to have com to America. The 13 Injured passenger FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST
water. This, too, verbatim publication of the Interest rates and pay moving Through the use of more in- were taken to University Hospital MORTGAGE
: '. Too deep] whole brochure. City and Chamber and other reel estate cost *.. .truments-the San Pietro employs here. CORP.Of .
I person could officials who have been FuneralsW. aoclated with the purchase of not only the usual via The accident occurred about WINTER HAVEN!'
working en the presentation I new home, ins, violas, and ban, but also 12 mile north of Augusta on 519 Central Ave.. CY 3.5151
cigars or i pipe- ted optimistic, but they aren'i M, BARRELL two horns and, on occasion, South Carolina Highway 25 '
answer became forgetting that the Florida Preibyterlin Johnson two oboes-a great deal of the -- -- -'- --
nicotine and tar College wt at onetime Funeral services for William Lucy unrelieved sameness of chim-
. problem her. within our imp, and eiciped M Harrell 57, of 114 E. Twists At ber music his been overcome. First Church
I women. Cigar ut. Fifth St., Wahneta. who died Parly Certainly Conductor Ruotolo to Then Out to Dinner

have put out Friday morning after a long and his ensemble gave the compositions
but It Isn't prob- DMA AND DATA Illness, will b* held tomorrow ROCHESTER Minn. (UPI- a great deal more body SUNDAY PLATE SPECIAL -
Lucy Balnea J III
Johnson the
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will tolerate this afternoon at 2 at Mt Pleasant I han they ordinarily have In
color FRESH
Who ever selected the year-old daughter of President ROAST PORK
last Invtolibl
of the 1X4 ctr license plates? Church la Pearson Ga. Johnson, talked and danced thetwl.t chamber presentation And be.cause -
the gentleman' used back Crisp Funeral Horn I* la virtually every one of hi.muslcl.a. and DRESSINGS
shad with
Th a* a about 50 other teen.
.. there' the
charge of local has the talent and
Then round[ color can't possibly arrangement agera Friday night e. with ...wll. ,.t.t..|, ,f.vy,
who could larmonlz with the color of Min Johnson, enjoying a between training for virtuoso perform. tKott. .( I v.g.t.bl(, .,..It.rry Hue.,
chin, even oa I any car la existence today Ando JOHN H. WILSON semester outing with once, the result wa aa eve'ning alb ene1 bulbs
to add fuel to the flame ofndlgnatlon her University of Wisconsinreshman of splendid accomplishment -
a they raised therice Funeral services for John H. boyfriend was guest for the orchestra and
tobacco-Elcpt Wilson, 63, of 153 Polk Dr. deep satisfaction for the audl- 'SI
this of- of the tell of honor tt a Urge party at the
*. "Mall Pouch", New City map, snowing the SE, who died Thursday night home of Dr A, E. Banner once,
NEW// Girl" would b* numbered traffic light and I Ith.1r at hit residence were held at Lucy and her "date," Jack The program opened with Sac-
*, of location have arrived at :11 I.m. yesterday morning at Olson IS, planned to go up tohi. hlnl'a "Sinfonia Edipi a Col-
scented count brands the Chamber of Commerce.According I b.: Crisp Funeral Horn with i* family home at tiny Maid. I ono," a light, short opening to I'
,
In pink to a notice from J Father Joseph O. Drawdy, ... ell !Rock Wi., north of her !today act the stage for more elaborate p I
SMITH-CORONA or chartreuse the Florida Development Commission I ilstant rector of St. Paula Epiacopal return to Rochester !tonight things I to come With two ofLbe
MARCHANT gal will aim' Winter Haven will b* I Church officiating. and then leave Sunday I orchestra' violinist turn-
.' to hit the mentioned on the "Today" Burial will be held tomorrowat list Johnson 1* due back at fog I to oboes "Concerto la C NORTH *)ATE SHOPPING CENTER
the unlaUlai ae- television show (Hugh Downs) I 2 p.m. In Allegheny Cemetery school in Washington, D. C. for Two Oboes and Strings" I
"ping" oa Thursday, Jan. SO. U'. *a la Pittsburgh, Pa. Monday b y Alblnoni was the next Dum
400 experience, early morning show but the
_Tn* solution exact time was not specified

) .. .come(and the to Cypress Dick Pop Gardena*'* new Surf Boards"Industry, THE VERY BEST VALUE '
THE TOPS IN SAVINGS :
would It put tinned for Lake Blue Indus'trial
i craving for to- Park has every chine THE MOST IN QUALITY
J.JU'O euphorlstl- of being a whopping aucces

ld 1 1THE all fear failure of lung of of Dan f production Haint will and b* guess in charge who THE THRIFTY WAY AT THRIFTY CITY Check Our Low Low Prices

yellow fingers, will handle publicity
and of every Dr Fred T. Lenfestey, new
would product President of Polk Junior Col- II
attitude that ege which will open In Sept- ee. pe1L
tYoxirrs use of tobacco I amber, 11X4, at Bartow Air Base dal .re ra F
MOST No-not will speak to the Winter Ha- ...
yen Rotary Club on Thursday I < 'v' > 3t
Feb 13. >
REMEMBER The Downtown Merchant are ; ..',. <,
udylng the possibility of askg W'""" :, .9895.: .)tf/r i
down on the for removal of parking .J \ T .' "
permanent site meters In the downtown streets ,.. '"'" ::1
Junior Col-\ Not t good Idea, say tome, "
NATIONAL '. brochure 1 because store employe would
ADDING > Chamber of I take paces provided for .hop.
H..i SuktriiUrhcdUitt submitted to I pers. Can't b* done, say othrs ,
Cii Board last I because the revenue from -
deadline set for I metel'l I I. pledged to provide 4 d : r' t g' 31 Big 23.111, masferS1
$75.00L of such briefs. some 1 free off street parking ov."
committees I space near the downtown area
C. ALUM
1L
and Stat will I DOW. Tokens given out by Her- Pushbuttoll
ADDING and visitI I chant provide more free parkP ',s I panel control
bi.ll.iit C.nJt t. oa I (. tt wA
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$95.00SMITHCORONA .
uldn't l much abut. wk.t .then Famous G.E. eesy
w* w rr ss 'i re "
f then) If they rttllit kw ..U.m,, tk.y d.. t : I, fo-dasn features
PORTABLE N4.u"

$85.00 NITI TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES I riy+' Broiler m.t.r, ,h.1f
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SMITH-CORONA TYPEWRITERSUnl.r P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M.

SUNDAY and SATURDAY -

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ELECTRIC ) TODAY thraTUESDAY

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Wed. Nit. and TW NittIS AH Day [ TOYS HOUSEWARES KITCHEN GADGETS GARDEN SUPPLIES HARDWARE HOBBY SUPPLIES FLOOR CARE

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High SchoolCooperative I The Weather--Local State And National Edwards NamedState Chairman By SiA. nator; Kelly By Narcotics Customs Slip


Sen. Scott Kelly, candidate den Club, church and welfare '
for Governor of Florida, work They hive three son, I WASHINGTON (UPI) 4.
has announced the appointmentof I Arthur T. Edward 111, who ii presidential advisory commission
i A. Tillls Edwards Jr., a* i4h associated with his father In I reported Friday that an
chairman of the Polk County j I the fruit business; Mike, a student I
estimated 3,000 pounds of heroin
Plans Project Campaign Committee at the University of Flor1 .
The Lakeland citrus man will 1 Ilda and David who attends la smuggled into the United'I
serve a* chairman of the com Lakeland Ilich School. I States annually.

The Winter Haven Hlfh i I mlttee comprised of representative I It said customs agents manage
from every communityin Chou On Tour to intercept "less than 100
School
Cooperative Education the county, Kelly laid.
Club (DCT CBE, DE) i I. undertaking Nx f..... let 16 jd Fi Edwards commented that he LABE, Guinea (UPI) Red pounds a year" on the way 10.
I service project MR look upon the appointment 'as China'a Premier Chou En.lal Last year, the bureau of nar
N'4
COLD an opportunity to serve Polk relaxed In lush West African of
which it i* felt, will be of cotics seized 1(5 pound illegal -
County and to show my appreciation hill country today resting upat
heroin Inside the country.
value not only to the high for Scott Kelly' tor- midpoint of a fast-paced tour
school but to the entire com 6M vice to all Polk resident." that baa taken him to seven The rest presumably la con
munity. Kelly said, "Tillis Edwards African nations and Albania. sumed" by narcotics addict.

The Club will seek Informa la I the type of businessman with President Seltou Toure ac. LIRE ALFRED
tion regarding persons who whom I plan to be associated companied Chou here Friday Guests for several week at
would be available to appear during the campaign for the and almost all the town's ISO,- the Stanley Wilson home are,
before school, civic, and other It t .A governorship and whose help 000 Inhabitants turned out to Mr. and Mr. John Meredith of
organizations in the community and advice I expect to haveIn ---- -- cheer. Mt. Carmel Pa.
the administration of Flor TILLIS EDWARDS
either free, or at I fee.
..
The 4.z ida' government In the next few -
information would be SNOW Al 4 p4 tw er* Association. He 1* a for.
year
carried in a card file system
and made available at no chargeto w+ Edwards, 45, I 1. president of mer Jaycee and 1 I. a memberof OwnA

program chairmen of all I Edward Packing Co, and Ie 1 the Lakeland Chamber of
school, civic and other organizations also a citrus grower He entered Commerce. He I Is a memberof New
In the community.The : the citrus business with the All Saint Episcopal
project has been approvedby tv a ? f his father, A. T. Edwards. Sr., Church. i
E. L. Davis, executive vice following World War II. He I la Edward I I. married and his Total
president of the Winter Haven RAIN AND SHOWERS are forecast for the northwest Pacific from Washington to a native of Lakeland and ass wife Theodora (Fat) i I. activein .
Chamber of Commerce. The the northern section of California with snow In the Appalachians end the lower Great educated In local public schools Junior Welfare League, Gar. w
project' 1 Is designed to reducethe Lakes region Snow I Is also forecast in the northern Rockies. Rain with some snow i II and Florida Southern College: PerformanceFORD 44t
During World War II he was
difficulty of obtaining the forecast for the northern New England states. Instructor at Lodwick The busy housewife need on r
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School of Aeronautic here.
ef meeting or program. third Bob Thornhffl-A. K. Edward I.1 president of Qualty oven cleaner, relax for a half r
Anyone desiring to help with hour and then rinse off the ,
the program It asked to contactthe Duplicate Bridge ClubThe Chamberlain; fourth-John Taylor Orange Grower Inc., for.
-Doug Hall. mer president of Cleveland oven deposits with warm water
Cooperative Education Department
Above average-Mr. and Mrs. Heights Golf and Country Club, This latest nonflammable
at Cypress 2674. cleaner 1 for use on both
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Monday, January 27, dustrial Board and a director bin RtpmwiitatlveFOR
Downtown Men directed by John Taylor In the Brown, Mrs W D. Burt, Mr. master point game.Kennedy of the Florida Orange Market- oven
absence of Dr. W D. Burt. Ethel Johnson, Mrs C. W. AS UTTU AS

Meet Monday Ten table in play Monday Walker, Mr. Norlee ThornhiU, AwardEsfablished 4500 Per

"North South" winner were Jean Isenberg and Verna Wim- Month
The Winter Haven Downtown I ,,, (Minimum Down FtymtnH)
Council flrst-0. M. Mulkey and Mr mer.
meet tomorrow at
noon at Morrlson'a for their Wallace Young; second-Mr, Eleven table in play Wed NEW YORK (UPI) Harp. MUFFLERSLIFETIME Don't Forget Our Friday Nile Get-Togelhers
regular luncheon. and Mr*. Harry W Brown; nesday night.Winners .
They will approve final plan third-Mr N. E. Miller Jr. and "North South" were er and Row, publlshera of the
FOR THE BEST DEAL
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Haven Hotel Thursday night, a Cochrane and Bill Neal. Ted Harland; second-Mr. and file In Courage," announcedthe MUFFLERS and TAIL PIPES
buffet dinner in the new Palm "East West" winner were Mrs. 0. M, Mulkey; third- establishment Friday of a IN TOWN SEE
Room. -first-Mrs. Clarence Bell Robert Staufer Mr. John INSTALLATION FREE U-MInure Service .
$10,000 John F. Kennedy Memorial
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Imperial
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Winter Haven. I. RYNEXSON.Daily Uiter-Pvbllthcr NewsChiefW. Library Lists 1964 BUSINESS PICK UP ON SKID ROW [A Newsman'sNOTEBOOK


JOHN W. RYNERSON Anlitent t* the fubliiKef hBw


P ublhh.ddaily' loe.pt Setyraey. ) ky .h. Winter H..." Its New BooksNew EaE R

PublnUg! C.. I..., 124 1 Ird SI'.... N.W.. Winter H...". Fieri.;
By JOHN LOP Editor Auburndali Star
CHARLES ftOSHORN Generel) M....., books added to the -
shelves of the Winter Haven Li

JACK IEAHAN Auetlete Edit, brary were listed today by Mn. Dun Rusk, a member of duly elected representatives
Elbert Jones librarian. the Council on Foreign Relations who speck for them in the

PETER J. SULLIVAN AeVtrtiilni M."..., The new volumes I of flctio now lervlnf ai Secretary Congress of the United States.

now obtainable I include: of State let a miner That capability and that

NATIONAL ADVERTISING' REPRESENTATIVE "The Last Love," Thom.. cat out of the bag the other right, according to the Secretary .
Sh....*. i Auecletei, lea .....,., 11)) Cochin; "The Sword At Sunset" .w. day when be told the U. S.
Rosemary Stucuffj; "The Far Senate that the Congress of belongs solely to the executive

ERt ." t> Land. CI... Mall M.tt.r 50,.. i, If 24 .. the Pert Offle Side of Home" Maggie Da the United States hit no bullneii department, whose

In Winter; H.v.. FI.rid..ndu.d.1 l M.reh I. Il7f via; "The New Moon with the 1 dabbling in foreign pol- only elected member is the
Old" Doble Smith; "Love, Let icy. President himself.

.... .' Me Not Hunger" Paul Galileo; That statement shrouded Under that philosophy, the
: : MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU "The Sings Orchard," Agnes tjw in be
: though It was more dlplo- Congress can only a rubber

... % .i OP CIRCULATIONS Sligh Turnbull. matte termi-meant that in stamp to approve executive
..... "The Venetian Affair" Melee bit opinion the American actions and decreet

Mac Inner "The Living Reed" people cannot be trusted in such as the sell.out to Russia

Active Member UNITED PRESS MEMIER INTERNATIONAL I Pearl Buck; "The Concubine," the shaping of the pollciei on the bomb ban put and

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United Pratt U entitled te the Hierer North; "Bride of Pendorrie" that can lead ui to victoryIn the financing of the wheat
ASSOCIATION republicetle ef ,111..1 ten ., Victor Holt; "The Shoes of the the Cold War or sell us deal with American credits

,. ,IU4 .4 In thu newtpeper et well ei ell I rl.,. Fisherman" Morris West; "Th down the river ai slaves to and in all probability the
.: ; Newt Diipetches.ADVERTISINS Big Brsss Ring," Don Tracy: the Kremlin connivers who eventual use of AmericanTax
"The Battle of the Villa Flo-
have vowed to bury us. dollars.
"
ClASSIFIED DEI'ARTMENTIr DEADLINE rita, Rumer Godden; "Of Dean Rusk in effect, told If and when the U S. Congress

the Werdi I P.M. Prevleut Dey. the Incht I P.M. Prevleui Dey Good"Four and Faces Evil Ernest Gann f I Senate Committee that the permits itself to become

r.|. Not.een I PM. Prevleui Dey.Ilu Editie: Deedllnei Fndey: The Scent of ,Water Han" Suyln: American concept of representative such a rubber stamp,
DISPLAY DEPARTMENTi Eliza government is inadequate there will be little If any
Sundey Edition-J P M. Th..d." Monday Edition-1 P M. Frldeyi beth "Goudge; "Upon Thl I II to deal with Cold difference between the Com
Teeidey Edition-Mee* Seturdeyt Wednetdey, Thurtdey end. Friday Rock Frank Slaughter; "Th War emergencies. By Inference munist of totalatar-
Edltieni-I P.M. T... Days In Ad...... Three Sirens" Irving Wallace; concept
"The First Day of he declared that only ian dictatorship and the dictatorship
Friday- he and the rut of the egghead of the New Frontier
Member Southern Newipeper Publliken Anecl.tle* Honor Tracy; "The Turrent
,
M.mber Flerlde Preu Aiio.i.tion. M-rgery Sharp. "experts" that make up one-world dream trusters.
the State Department are Voters this fall
'The Lady On The Coin capable will have
SUISCRIPTION' RATES Margaret Campbell Barnes, of handling foreign policy I an opportunity to make perhaps
;
|y Cerrler er M.II
Year, tH20; i m.ntkl'N.10: 1 maths, 415i, I menth tl.1I1 "The Witch's House," Charlott efficiently their last stand for the
In all this column -
weekly! IS ...1.. Single C.,I... Deily I centt; Sunday, 10 centt. Armstrong; "On Her Msjesty' 1 fairness Constitutionally contemplated
Secret Service" Ian Fleming; must concede that Dean system of representative government

TELEPHONE CY'p... 1211 "The Cracked Mirror," Agatha Rusk is right IF efficiency

Christie; "People Vs. Malone fc is the only Issue. In November they will have

Withers," Craig Rice and Stuart It cannot be denied that a the opportunity to show Johnson -

Palmer. ruthless total+tarise dictatorship Rusk, Stevenson: Co.
A Thought For Today"Be New volumes of non.fiction Is I the most desirable how little liking they have

now on the shelves: farm of government, if efficiency for the usurpation of authority

""The American Way of mobility and freedomof by any branch of gov

careful for nothing; but in everything by Death," Jessica I Mitford; decision are the only con..ideration. ernment.
"Teacher" Sylvia Ashton Warn- .. And while they're it it they

prayer and supplication (petition) with thanks- en; "Education of American But under the American will demonstrate too,-to use

Teachers," James Bryan Co- system a system which by Mr. Rusk's gambling table
giving let your requests be made known unto nant; "Rascal," Sterling North: I report from the advisory board the way was established af metaphore how tick they

God." Phil. 4:6: "Dorothy and Red" Vincent which recommended a rental ter a pretty well fought war have become of sitting in on
1 Sheen; "The Green Felt against just such a ruthless a game where they are denied
"Be careful (anxious) for nothing so as by Jungle! ," Ed Rled; "Mandate fee of $10-$" .for groups un- system of dictatorial rule the I. a chance to cut the cards
for Change," Dwight D. Eisenlour. der 50 and $20 $25 for groups will of the people is of far They can-AND WILL- si10 .

your care to distrust God, and unfit yourself for Around over SO persons. greater Import than shear mobility -. show their distrust of a

"Courtroom Warrior," Richard or any other so-called game where they constantlyare

I His service. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett O'Connor; "Anotomy of I Palk Cun y BARTOW A new $2.5 million advantage of totalitarian rule. dealt busted straights in

Scandal (Profumo Case)" Irvng :; phosphate granulation plan The writers of the Constitution low. value red cards, while all

; "Wanderer" Sterling began operation Wednesday at many of whom bad the spades are flipped to the

North; "A Short History of International Mineral and ChemIcal fought against the tyranny of Soviet.
EditorialsOn
News-Chief English Poetry," James Reeves: Corporation Complex here. a despot monarch limited the Spades, In ease Mr. Rusk's

"The Politician," Robert Welch; For all practical purposes the it will not be enforced until May The plant designed to make powers and duties of the administrative card acme is faulty are whatan

'Crossbreeding Beef Cattle," T.J Restaurant and Tavern Owners when municipal elections three materials-coarse and granular branch of the author once called "damn
F. Cunha. are American government Just to ed dirty shovels".
The Go Association has ceased to exist held triple superphosphate and And shovel
.
"Every Girl Is Entitled to a diammonlum phosphate. avoid such a policy as Dean are useful Items when it
Organized shortly after the lieof t The change provides for the
]Husband," Nina Farewell; "J. Mayor H. Cecil Moore ha Rusk advocates comet time to dig\ a bole for
successful applicants for selection of a by the
Thursday, Governor Bryant talked to the !r. K. The Man and the Myth" 11 the mayor commission proposed that the city reduce The Constitution was so written a burying party such as the
__1.. ._ ... .. __ Victor Lack,: "Indian Scubture I organization ouor nermlti was issued fairly on a majority vote Instead the 196485 tax levy by two as to endow the Congresswith Soviet has long boasted It if
enjoyed a of a unanimous vote. The
J memuers 01 tvoiary, me lonoa manners Association In the Johnind Mable the principal of planning for
Kinsleyttuieum" r \large following and membershiptor change also permits candidate mills. He also asked the city powers these United

and their guests and his main theme was!!, South and the Roy Craven" ;Edwin"Ti e 1 about two monlha to run for specified seats In-! commissioners to consider appropriating the Republic with the executive States of America,
Nation more than $300,000 department charged
Then as a number of setbackson I dad of at large.
around one thing Florida must move forward, Lawton "Rehearsal tan Skid requests for a grand jury In. The ft million Nalcreit hour In next yews budget for con largely with the duty of carryIng *
and Plays" Lawrence M structlon of an often proposed out the policies established Almanac
Into the Irrlgularlties
vestlgatlon alleged
go, go, go. We thoroughly agree with the Governor rings! ; "One Act Dramas and i : I In the Issuing of per: ing development was dedicated civic center and recreation area by the lawmaker.
Monday with
Contest P I. y Lawrence I representatives of He also asked that the com missioners Now Dean Rusk: and his
attendance to fat
mite began
and we belong to a community that is on Brings. off at meetings and t number the National Association of Letter consider the construe New Frontier dream trusters By United Fret IntmuUooal

the go. We do one thing that most communitieshaven't "Lee. After the War," Marshall of active members dropped out Postmaster Carriers General AFL-CIO Nalcrest the tion of new buildings for the are seeking to emaicualte the Mth Today if of Sunday, Ju. a, the
Flsbwlck; "John Doe, police and fire department. Constitutionally granted day 1964 vita uo to
of the organization.Some powers
done and that is Disciple," Peter Marshall"Who'a ; president Jerome Keating former and follow.
think ahead while mov- got licenses transferred authority of the Con-
prsldent. William Doherty MULBERRY The it
Afraid of Virginia) The city com moon approaching Its
ing ahead. It's all well and good to get gunghoover Woolf." Edward Albee; "Faith from[ other In the locations idea ;of some a lijuor lostinterest dais local ..ta'and county off!. mlisioners accepted the resig that's gene a He mild suggested term indeed- and for full phase.The .
present. nation of City Clerk Mrs. evening stare
for a Time of Storm" Cecil Ruby his are Venus
position-that the
but it is much better lounge or store A number of the HAINES CITY An FBI MOMS and Congressshould and Jupiter.
progress, to be able to term; "Ernest Hemingway Tuesday night immediately not have even
of successful applicants now wonder agent warned against the danger appointed Mrs. Ear quea- Those born today Include
Ian Courage, Kurt Singer; tinned the of
right
the administration
have progress that is either paid for or assurancesof "Coin Collection In a Nutshell," whether It wss such a good of Communism during a talk line Sample of Lakeland to the to give he used Gen. Douglas MacArthur in
ides. They haven't become mil before a joint meeting of the 1880.
Ted G. Wear; "The Footprintsf
controlled deficits post.A the word leU-U. S.
( as we progress. Elephant Bill," Susan Wil- lionairea overnight; the works bodies of the two high schools In Mothers March of Dimes to the Soviet surpluswheat On this day in history
Union.
: So many states including the United States l lama; "The Modern Skit and demanding; the hours long; the Halnes City High School campaign will be held Tuesd.ynJeht. "When a legislature In 1815, the library of Thornss -
and ,the novelty has worn off. gym. The drive will be headedby playsa I Jefferson was purchased for
card that
government, cities and counties, have incurred Customers aren't exactly break Dr. Fern C. Strukenbroeker, Mrs. James Young with Mrs. and gone", Rusk card told Is played I he beginning of the Library of
lag down doors to Into the a Sen
get
one of the nation's foremost su- ,Jsmes Swogger assisting. Area I Congress.In .
2: $dtjbts that are monumental all because of dreams. -Memories- cocktail lounges, and the beer' horities on Communism held residents are asked to turn on ate by Committee.deprived of are there. 1837, Michigan 'Joined the
that
*, taverns don't seem to be hurtIng his youthful audience spellbound their lights at T p.m. to guide card in 1 Union as the 26th state
tt .is wonderful to dream and to make dreams with the pending of whiskey u he unfolded cue /tortesracked the marchers. our International negotiationsand In 1861, Louisiana seceded

realities 20 YEARS AGO stores and cocktail lounges by the FBI. FORT MEADE A public our International deal- from' the Union.In .
but again we come back to the old Capt. Robert Smltheri, an The new toy bas gotten old Wilbur S. Bell executive manager hearing to sound out the wishesof ings". 1945 a syndicate-headed

theme of paying or controlling payments so that rtlllery officer from Indian before its time of the Chamber of Commerce residents about improvements since Dean be Rusk's position and )y Larry McPhall and Dan j
t. River Gap Pa. was here for has been speaks for the State
appointed program to streets and drainage Topping-bought the New York
A of has
:future dreamers can accomplish things too. It a visit with his mother, Mrs checked lovely Into young the Marianne lady 101 Lake chairman of the April system ten been called by the Department the Administration and a* such for Yankees baseball team for $3
Mary Smlthers. conference of the Florida Chamber city commissioners for Tuesday apparent. million
must be remembered that as we progress in our 10 YEARS AGO Motel where she will remain snail of Commerce executives at 7.30 at the city hall. ly it is the position of the
April 1 while she enjoys stghtseeing President
The growers administrative A recommendation by the as well is that A thought for
time there will be future times with visiting friends, and enjoys American the day-Amer-
generations people have neither
committee began meeting to the Florida Sunshine laines City recreation commit LAKELAND The city is the Ivan journalist H. L. Mencken

r seeking progress and these people MUST have discuss regulations to govern Mrs Clara Eckert of Spring- tee to charge a fee for groups where it was a year ago-lookng to decide capability nor the right ono said: "It is the dull man
the citrus Industry as It released other than churches, civic l for a site for the proposed their own destiny who it always sure and the
Reid Mo. celebrated her 101th
,
funds for their dreams. figures showing that birthday in Winter Haven lilt greaser and tourists to use the new library. The commission through the action of their sure man who is always dull"
more than 84 millon boxes of Lathe Eva and Oakland Civic'enter lit Monday voted 52 against
ear. She plans to return to
he estimated 133 million box Springfield in time to celebrate C failed to get immediate l ocatlng the $100,000 library at 1
ction from the city rom mi.. he rile now Park II
yearly crop still remained onthe her 102nd occupied by
e. Kick Them Out. trees. birthday. ion.. The commission tables a Trammel Library. DIAL WSIR Program
When only 92, she took a four 1470

.- The time has come for the United Nations Mrs. Lucille I YEARS Williams AGO of Win. eels months'she visited trip to Europe.her granddaugh-In Bros- DAILY CROSSWORD n lUNDA I 01 Good Morning

tt'r Haven was elected assist- ter and made eel Ism o'ol'fllq : : Mutual New
7 to live up to their regulations concern payments norm sightseeing :
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ant director at a District Six excursions ACROSS J.1a1oa4 SLPeruetLas.sm.e o ".00 Mutual New' Market
the Continent.
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the fact that she belongs to a .. el .Ird Headline : Good Morning
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when it chooses. Russian representativeshead MISSED TIlE FAIRWAY lived to be 82 and a brother of .Biblical 1Baltatioa uNt a 30 I.ke a'rrlon Bapllat 7 to Good News Morning A Weather
nyet MADISON. Wis. prophet sound 35 Not r1LOodd.ea 1x1( God' Meeerngan
(UPI Air 14. She has been a widow for ".11 Morning Sports Ronu
committees such the armed Force Sgt Elwood T. Russell ol Lanes WlthbantrIbuUola so) Mutual Newe eon Mutual Non
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powerful Z4 years, and has outlived three I 35 Say II With 1411I10 t 05 .
and his wife have filed i $31,. of her five children. Still able dIIu'Jt..KaI 10 00 Nrwe H.adllnra : Morning. New Jt8uadup
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forces committee and are able to sit in on and 195 damage suit 11Baby'a S.churck Devote 1005 Make II,,,. 1111I10 Tom H"IAI
against Ss0 ..
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? a to read without glasses, she aho.a liar_ age 7.......,. ..... 10.30 All Star Mu.l" 5 15 1'1.
:- vote on UNESCO affairs. We can just see some country club. Russell geld he keeps: up with current events ILAbablt y,1-at. Dlataat U 110 Church 5.rvt..s r to Your Geed Florida Momllll Garda
was driving near the club when with newspapers and magalines. CuckOG Lora the 14.AalatlolL 11:01: Time Signal 5 es Good Morning
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city to issue tl.433 million worthof et Mutual N..e'
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has been named to the 14. Strlke 30 Mutual 1'1... 1510 Mutual Now.
140 Mameadsie
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of our statesmen in Washington will fight such IO 10 g 01f: Th.Bci.ec.. N'hll'OlO''pII \,1 antic University which will open .L cry Leather 011 Mutual Illite 12 12.5 a0 Today Top d Ia the FlorIda then
4 U.a. next fall In Roes Raton. He will h sworkWe I. Mutual 1'1... I 01) Ii.unatios )111I"
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year 12 IS Musical' Interlude student personnel the instituteof /tale I' se4t. 1 ill Mu.to Fne Sunday L:3I t".lo From n. a-kIt
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Enjoy A Laugh 1 1 50 From Th Brf Inning-* concert on Feb 1 at S p.m. ship I 0 I 00 Mutual N... t SS Hnm. 6 Higlway
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a we begin Social Studlne will be a member of the flute 48. Notched, an a 4a wa 35 Mule.. 110)011 tlla Stare I III Want A Jnb7e
knowing what we intend to and end 141 Our raixinaiinaWorld' .ction. lee! edge Q II... Te Vot..... 1/1 Hom. I Highway
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110 Miwlral Lake Wales voters have approved 4. 40 summary 100 Mutual Newe
without knowing what we have written. Helen I I latotes 11 PDr Interlude H.,' in nvltwe' ).- a city charter change by L FormeRua.han 41 : 10.01 lip orr MONDAY .30. 05 Sing Mutual Along Nag

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January: 2i,' 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA' pates Flv



Girl ScoutScrapbook
EARLY
A SAVINGS


T I WEEK Sun. thru Wed.)

By RUTH W. BRIGGS!

A Court of Award was hrHby 836 6th St., N.W. i
Junior Girl Scout Troop 158 I IV
at the St. Paul'i ,Episcopal Illlllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllll llllllltllllllllllllllllllllltlll .j
Church Parish Hill ;Thursday ':
night. The hall was'' decorated "FOLGER'S"
with greenery green candles e Bremner
and artificial yellow floweri k'0
:'t
carrying out the green and gold
color scheme of the Girl Scouts i i INSTANTSALTINES \
Scouts: Debbie Beasley. Barbara -
Hoyt, Debbie Briggs, and F'i.
Cecelia Avllei performed the .' ,' '
flag ceremony A 'rededication 1
was conducted by I the leaden, I Ih
Mrs Maurice Biker Mrs. Paul ,J et COFFEE
Baschon Mn E. H. Mason lb. I
Mra. William Ross,Jr, and Mra. .. IDe
Frank Slgman assisted\ by the ; Bog
girls. Mrs Baker', Troop Committee ,
chairman, and Mrs.
Baschon awarded Proficiency
Badges/ to the lowing girls: I WITH YOUR 11 OR
Marilyn Pinto Housekeeper; MORE FOOD ORDER flEASE."CAMPBELL'S .
Patti Netheri Child Care; \ ti 1 6-OZ.
Debbie Beasley Backyard 59J
Camper Skater Collector; Pat. JAR
U Long Skater; Vicki Horton
_ Sewing; Sandy Long Water
Fun; Cecelia AvilesHousekeeper .
; Lynn Addington COURT OF AWARDS-Theie members of Girl Scout Troop 151 were honored ata
- Child Care Mary Slgman Court Of Awards at the Girl Scout Clubhouse Thursday night. From left Alice hugh, II
Cat and Dog Housekeeper Cindy Crawford, Marilyn Motx, Mary Jo Lange, Susan hugh, and Robin Baker. (LIMITi ONE WITH YOUR $3 OR MORE t VEGETABLE VARIETIES
Backyard Camper; Debbie FOOD ORDER, PLEASE.)
Briggs Reader Writer Sewing I cook meals and participate In dist Church and meet at the Patty Nethers. Gale Dillashaw,
; Sharon Baschon Sewing, all\ of the usual Girl Scout activities Girl Scout House on Thursday Cassle Jacoby, and Barbara IlilliiliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliii iiiiiiiiiilililillliiiiiiinilil 0 U P '
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Cyclist Backyard Camper; in most unusual surroundings. night Hoyt. The girls all enjoyed this
Debbie Maiom, Outdoor Cook; I The girls In the Cypress lesson In cake froltin,. "FRESH, 100% PURE"
Susan DI Lorenzo-Housekeeper j
I've been trying to find out Neighborhood are looking forward
; Lynn Stewart Cyclist, to Wednesday at 1.45: when
Skater, Home/Health/ and Safe.Mrs. since about I Cadette started this Troop column 132 ever but Kathy Keith will show slides Frozen Orange (

ty. Baker thanked Miss with Mrs. Dennis Stults, the which she took on her trip to Inventory Hits GROUNDBEEF TALL
Leader a substitute teacher in Pakistan. All Brownies and IOe
for her
Dorothy the Bradley and helpon the schools, and her assistant, Juniors are invited to this meet. 20 MillionInventory CAN
Cooking Hospitality
Mrs. Junes M. Rowtoa also log In the parlors of the First )
and announced her
Badges resignation
as,](, Chairman of the working, It has been bard to Presbyterian Church. of frozen orangeconcentrate
Troop Committee.. A Scouts' catch them at home. In addition Another Important meeting topped 20 million
Own was presented by Scouts to doing her Intern Teaching will be held at the Girl Scout gallons at the end of last week IIMITI 2 WITH YDUR (1 OR
Patti Nether, Gale Dillashaw, last .semester Mra. Stults House on Thursday morning, but was still less than half that MORI FOOD ORDER. PLEASE.If .
Leslie Biker Sandy Long, Susan la working toward her degreeIn Jan. 30, when Cypress Neighborhood of a year ago, the Florida
Baujh.j Patsy O'Steen Rita Education at Florida Southern will meet at 1:30.: Mra. Canners Association has report
E. H. Mason must have a list
College.In
Lou Gutierrez Marilyn Motx
and Mary i Sigman. anticipation of a campingtrip of girls to be placed In a more ed.Official statistics listed the '
the advanced troop next year and Inventory at 20,128,593 gallonsas 7) B
Friday,.. a busy day for to Camp Wildwood on .
Mrs. Harold Hitchcock and weekend of Feb. 28, the girlsin the number of new girls each of Jan. IS compared to 45,
Mrs. Helen Luttrell and 24 Ca. the troop held a bake sale. troop can take. Please bring 297,433 for the correspondingweek :
lBS '
dettes of 'Troop 40. At 2 p.m. The 20( girls have also planneda these to the meeting. last season. FRESH BAKEDI
they left the dock at Lake Howard slumber party for this weekend Patrol 1 of Junior Troop 158 Pack for last week was 2,- IJ
for ax 4Vi mile canoe trip are working on the Challenge who are working on their CookIng 22T.43T gallons, lame OO.OOO 6 "EYERFRESH"CINNAMON
through Lakes Howard May of Emergency Preparedness and Hospitality Badges wentto gallons less than the same meek I
Lulu and Eloise. Three Heartof and are planning to takea Bock's Bakery where Mr. last season while movementwas
Florida Girl Scouts have Junior Red Cross First Aid B. J. Sherrill the owner explained 1494,129 gallons compared
been invited to camp In the pool' Course. These eighth and ninth Icing techniques and to 1,638,469 a year ago. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllK
area at (Cypress Gardens and graders at Westwood have been demonstrated icing cup cakes, Warren Savant executive vice / BUNS
participate In the filming of a organized as a troop for the loaf cake layer cakes and president, said frozen orange WASH. RED "DELICIOUS"APPLES
,motion picture.! Through the past three years. They are petit fours Miss Dorothy Bradley concentrate Imports since the PKG. 6 .
'kindness of Mr. and Mrs. Dick sponsored by the adult class of chaperoned Debbie Briggs, beginning of this season have o.
'Pope the girls will pitch tents the Beymer Memorial Metho- Susan deOnativla, Leslie Baker totaled 302,167 gallons.


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Rogers Talks Report Is Made Three Persons $90,000 Car DeathMIAMI AwardIn Space U Site

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On Police At nical would psrtment development be would renamed continue work"Scientific, tech but Suffer Minor court jury (awarded UPI -$90,000 A circuit Friday For OrangeORLANDO

to the father of a t-year-old I
Research Department. The department girl who was killed In a traffic Fla. (UPIThe

lions MeetingChid of economic would and market Crash Injuries accident last March 4. Board of Control Friday: picked
research be renamed
y The jury deliberated three a pine-dotted plot of land that
"Economic Research
of Detectives Ramp and would Department ? (AII tvx I Three persona received minor hours before making the awardto surrounds a lake In the rolling
concentrate
Injuries In three separate accidents Arthur Dunlop, who had hills of Orange County for the
the speaker at { ,
Rogers wit
entirely on economic problemsBoth t unlver-
million in his suit site of a new .pace.ac.
$10
in the Winter Haven area sought
regular of the Win
the meeting departments would coordinate against Thomas F. McGrathM lit,.
ter Hive| Lions Club Friday closely with the Com t Friday, one accident occurringin whose car struck the girl!, The so caned Adamuccl site
the afternoon, the other two was selected by a 5.1 vote from
.t the Pak Restaurant I mercial Development Department Karalyn Dunlop.
Rogers Compared the police ? In the evening.Winter McGrath Is serving a five.year among 10 different locations un
so that new product. and
Haven police said a manslaughter sentence in the der consideration in Orange and
departmehts of today with : markets could be developed and L
death the Seminole counties.
when motorcycle ridden by Michael state prison for the of
those of several years ago
: expanded as quickly as pos girl Witnesses at his trial testified The board was given Its
men were hired as policemen Reynolds Turner, 19, of Rt. 2,, from the
choice of acres
Bible he was drunk at the timeof 1,000
on the bids of how little moneyit e Winter Haven and a car collided offered.
the accident 2,245
Boor-Allen recommended I
would lOst the city at the Intersection of
"Needlww to say," Rogers limited flexibility in which the
stated "the City Fathers back Commission could set tax rates Sixth St. and Ave. 0, SE, Friday .

then got Just what they paid afternoon. Driving the au
based the projected
upon UEr
VA
unqualified, Inadequate and amounts needed to meet e tomobile was Beatrice Fenberg : your' ,

untrained personnel who created challenge of competing Owens, Lake Wlnterset Dr.
an Image; which it has taken ucts and larger production.th'l a Turner was reportedly headed

years to overcome. "In order to carry out west on Ave. 0 when he
rt the maaelfleantLt0 '
"Today 3iw enforcement officers of the programs recommended h failed to see the Owens car
must be well trained to in this report the commission's traveling north on Sixth St. "o
meet the science of the re annual expenditure will have to # M The motorcycle hit the right

quirements' necessary to not rise gradually from its present rear of the Owens car, throwing .
only carry out the exhaustingduties level of about $9 million to I ., Turner off.
of law enforcement work, about $15,4 million by 196761" I Turner was treated for a knee
but to dolt in a manner which Boot-Allen ssid. "An expenditure Injury at Winter Haven Hos a
Is acceptable to the public of this size would requireby pital and released.
WORKER Prince owned Mrs. Patricia Parker of
GREEN Regent by Washington, ;
"A recent nationwide study
I 1967-61 a tax of 12 cents per Damage to the Owens car
revealed that over 90 per cent I box 'on 135 million boxes of D. C., takes a practice jump with Freddie DiVeccma In the saddle in preparation for the was estimated at $300 and approximately
of complaints\ received relativeto $200 oranges and 10 cents per opening of the Fifth Annual Imperial Hone Show next Wednesday. Prince Regent will $200 damage was

law enforcement were basedon boxe on 29 million boxes of perform in several Green Worker events done to the motorcycle.
the lack of ability on the $.25 grapefruit. -- Turner was charged with
part of the participating officer On the functions of advertli First Three '63 reckless driving. that's ever so
to carry .out the function of log and merchandising of which Search RenewedFor Two accidents Friday night

his office::'with the proper dignity more than half of the com mil- Blood Donors (Continued From Page One) resulted in injuries to Glen SLIM and TRIMWonderfully
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which would still commandthe sion's budget Is allocated each Airman with perfect rides, eight survived Holmes, 37, of Lakeland, and
respect of the public." year, Boo*-Allen recommendedsome the second run, and third Jimmy Adams 22, of Wahneta.
Rogers :"mphasiied the fact sweeping changes. They HONOLULU (UPI) Air run decided the order of fin Details of the two mishaps were
that in order for the police to recommended that the com- Force officials sent 25 planet Badly Needed ish. not available.
do a good job they must bs minion adopt a five-year advertising aloft at dawn yesterday to continue Windsor Castle finished In Winter Haven Hospital per.
trained in public relations. "Our planning cycle for all scanning a large plot of first place on the basis of having sonnet said Holmes was injuredin
officers today attend a 40-hour Florida citrus. The commissionIs the Pacific Ocean for some Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Plerson fewer jumping and riding a Recker Hwy accident. He
! course every year just for the already using a three'year tract of a lift raft carrying a today again ask for volunteers faults David Kelley a trainer, was treated for lacerations of
purpose of being better able to planning cycle Their version man. to donate blood for their son I owner, and professional rider the scalp and released
carry out their duties tact/ully! would move the planning cycle An Air Force spokesman said a hemophilia victim who leaves was In the saddle. He also rode Adams was reportedly Injured
and diplomatically ahead each year, so that a total he still was "hopeful" the raft tomorrow for the University of Navtrra, the second place fin. when the car he was riding
"Our desire Is to become five-year program is constantly would be found. It was sighted Florida Hospital :in Gaines.yule isher and Skyrene, Monte Carlo went off the road and
I acceptable to the public," Rogers under development. Wednesday by an Air Force i and Choppy Weather turned over. The accident happened
concluded, "snd In that way Among a variety of other recommendations plane about 1,100 miles west of Jerry Pierson 24, has had He appeared headed for third on Cypress Gardens Rd.
we are better able to carryout Booi-Allen sug Hawaii In the same area that over 1,000 transfusions in his place on Skyrene, but the horse, He was released from the hospital
our duties as they shouldbe tested that the commission set a C124 Globemaster disap fight to overcome this disease. apparently startled by the after being treated for i
. done and still earn the respect aside 20 per cent of all tax monies pared with nine men aboard To date only five volunteers flash from a photographer's lacerations of the nose and contusions
and confidence of the collected each year in a New Year's Day on a flight have donated blood. Jerry needs camera, shied during a jump of the chestNothing
, public" "war chest" reserve fund to be from Wake Island to Hawaii.A at least 100 pints of donated and dropped out of contention.
Derewood Zleske, chairman spent when needed, use the fleet of 21 military planes blood before doctors can begin Kelley is back again and will
of the Travelogue committee, funds collected from each variety mica crossed a 48,000 square the operation that means We be aboard Windsor Castle. He Illegal
reported on the presentation only to support advertising mile area without sighting the or death for Jerry. will also show several other $11990i
Thursday night, statin that and other programs for that variety aft Tod.,'. search will cover Blood can be donated at the horses in the jumping stakes. (Continued From Page One) compact
It was the beat attended so far and expend advertising the same area of ocean, but Winter Haven Hospital Blood While the Orange Concentrate into a county after It had voted
this year funds In the manner that best will move 35 miles west to take Bank. An appointment should Jump Stake it expected to be wet and try to sell his "con e Easy-to-Carry hi beautiful Champagne
A campaign to tell light bulbs upholds the on-tree value of the account of drift.13Slory be made prior to going to the one of the most exciting and nections" In Tallahassee, usually Charcoal or decorative
wan outlined by Jim Green total crop, without regard to hospital. thrilling events in the 169-event for $2,500. He said the man Remarkable Green colors. Model
field. Details will be announcedat type of product. Thus they Jerry's blood can't be typed.All show, the Arabian Costume Is not related to Gov. Bryant. 1-MV105.
a later-date. said orange money would be SpaceContinued blood Is made Into plasma event Is a sure crowd pleaser. After three days of Investigation performance
District I Deputy Governor W.t. spent for cringes, but there for the transfusions. The riders in this event wear the grand jury admitted
Cokcrir mlnde4 the Uoniot should be no requirement for ( From Page One) Arabian costumes and the that "This body still does not ADDS A TOUCH OF BEAUTY TO ANT ROOM IN YOOR
the district meeting to beheld sllorition among fresh, canoed said that "at one time or soother horses are bedecked In silver know how the successful applicants HOME-and this vaiue-packed Magnavox makes m
here Feb. 23. and urged chilled or other product types. it could be seen by every Hoffa's Jury and gold ornamented saddles were selected." Ideal' for favorite Belt of
equally gift teenager too.
,
everyone on the committee to Under present rules the com one on earth" and finery. The jury recommended several your
"get on tie ball." minion must spend only that NASA added that for the first (Continued From Page One) The Hackney Pony classes changes in the statutes ell, you get the perfection-the same standards of
amount of money for each type time since the dawn of the government will try again to proved to be one of the main covering the issuing of liquor quality and reliability found In Magnavox consoles.The

Registration product that la collected from I space age, U. S. and Soviet start evidence attractions at last year's show licenses. 'They recommendedthat 119 iq< In. screen gives you dearer, sharper, mors
it' dentists would talk to each John J. Hooker Sr., special I and Mrs. Victoria Armstrong of all applicants for licenses stable pictures than you've ever seen from Personal
The report also recommendedthat :other via a satellite The prosecutor for the government, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, is or transfer of licenses should
(Continual From Page One) I each segment of the advertising I world's two leading space powers said Andrew Mizcll, Nashville, back with a stable of six of the be residents of the county for at TV-even from distant stations.Convenient Mobile Cart
at of Dee. 31. Every one of I program be test marketed 4 also planned to communicate the federal court clerk for Middle finest ponies on the continent. least six months. One success Is optionally available.
these voters must re-register bssls that Tennessee, will be his side's ful not living in
an I a continuing t by bouncing radio signals She walked off with most of the applicant was
by April { to vote In the MayS I orange and orange products off Echo 2'. highly reflective first witness. prizes last year in both the Polk when her license was applied
primaries. The registration continue to be advertised as a I turfsce, called "mirror in the Hoffa, president of the 1,700- show and Roadster Classes. for.
is requlre4 because the county :breakfast time food but that I iky," and track it with radar 000- member Teamsters Union, Rated as an "honor" Show by No license should be transferred Set and Hear this
commission hat revised the voting and five others are charged with the grand Jury thought,
advertising also be directed toward U. S. officials said the 135- the American Horse Show Association ,
preclnjt set-up of folk; County : Increasing other occasion Foot! diameter "Satelloon" also attempting! to influence or bribe the Imperial Charity until the place has been in business fcift$3JW
increasing their number I usage of oranges that a special 1 would be "the first Important jurors in Hoffa'a 1962 Nashville Horse Show Is one of IS ratedin six months. The present >, ,
from 47 40 t1 and changing campaign be launched against itep toward peaceful trial on conspiracy charges. The this class by the AHSA. The waiting period is 60 days. Some
boundarlei to conform with I synthetic products and that an in space between cooperation this ni- trial ended in mistrial. Conviction rating was given the show because licenses were obtained solely 'Porta re: ,Phonograph V '

those of He Incorporated mun.I advertising campaign be developed lion and the USSR and in setting for Hoffa could mean a of the high standards for the purpose of resale, the 'ueJ'I

icipalities: to eliminate the that would secure a up an experimental system maximum 20-year prison sentence maintained plus the amount of report noted.
necessity/.or separate reglstratioo larger share of the beverage of worldwide comunlca- and $20,000 fine. prize money awarded. Also any business receivinga
fait city elections. volume through the "snack" lions Judge Frank Wilson will have Today Is expected to be a license should operate In the e
The coilhty registration supervisor market. Just before reaching Its (00- the jury locked up no matter hectic day for officials as over place where the license 1s issued
established enrollment Several radical changes were I mile-high near.circular polar how long the trial takes. Twenty 200 horses are expected to ar for at least 60 days A
centers throughout the countyfor suggested In the field of merch tandlalnl. orbit south of Madagascar ther.nnllter armed marshals are guardingthe rive on the scene More than dozen applicants moved their
the nffinth of January, but Fresh citrus promotion I was designed to be Jurors. 300 of the 633 horses entered businesses in less than 60 days t l
after thatjit will be necessaryto should be intensified, the 4 ejected releasing the balloon are already stabled at the Polk some before they even opened icy

go to lGartow or to the Lakeland report stated, mostly In large I packed Inside of it during a Western CongoContinued County Riding Association show up.And the grand jury
braoth office to register metropolitan areas In the esst. I period of an hour and a half grounds off Dundee Road. While finally leglala'ture
that the
for the primaries. They suggested, too, that a The balloon was made up of ( From Page One) most are expected la by mid recommended strict guide lines
who live In the four night tonight a few will not "establish
Those
merchandising cam I
complete 1,000 square yards of specially burning villages suspected of establish criteria for Issuing
Winter Hlven precincts Inside pnlgn be developed to Increase I reflective skin, more than harboring terrorists and killing appear until Wednesday, the and and eliminate
the 12, 21 41 and In the opening day of the five-day all licenses
clty-os. ,
of juice
usage orange I enough to cover a football field. their inhabitants as they go. of any one
61-and i Ie Nos. 62, Cypress refreshment stand lunch coun. Plane called for U. S. scientists Unconfirmed reports said the show. the individual responsibility from selecting and

Gardens eras; 63, Lake Region ter, and vending machine markets t at Jodrell Bank Observatory government soldiers killed 80 the Issuance of whiskey
section; and 64, Lake Hart- In major metropolitan sress I in England to swap signals villagers in Munguinda. Ruby To Enter approving licenses.An .
ridge-Lake Ida, all register The merchandising division under I with Soviet scientists at Former Education Minister of the shouting about
at the Witter Haven City Hall. the Booz.Allen plan, would I the Zemenkl Observatory at Pierre Mulule was believed to Sealy HospitalDALLAS liquor licenses started last November
Those It Precinct 47, which also conduct market tests of I Gorki, tome 275 miles east of be In command of the terror. almost as soon as the Only
embraces: Inwood, Westwood sustaining merchandising programs Moscow, A cable was set up to ists. Mulule was trained in subversion (UPI-Jack) Ruby successful applicants were
and the Lake Deer area, reg- for fresh and processed I relay l communications from In Communist China. unwanted by any Dallas hospitals named. There were nearly 300
liter at the County District 3 citrus. Revision of merchandising ]England to the United States. Christian missionaries were may be transferred this applicants for the 80 quota li $7990In
Barn. i territories and work loads Scientist said the "..telloon'. particular targets of the upris weekend to John Sealy Hospitalat censes. k

Jan-PhyC Village residents, aa well as new designations for ,was a passive .satellite meaning In,. The terrorists were said to Galveston, Tex, to undergo Beverage Dept. Director I
who are lr Precinct 65, register personnel the report said, I it carried no electronic be under orders to "kill ail a court.ordered aeries of neuro- Resting spent nearly three two-tone colors
at the Lake Region Development would reduce more than $100- equipment. It was equipped missionaries." psychiatric and physical exam hours before the grand jury It r" M of Green/Black.
Co. (Mice. 000 of expense annually In addition 1 with two radio beacons to telemeter The refugees said the youthful inations. answering questions Several Gray/Blue or Belgs/Brown.
O the registration points: to Improving efficiency data on the balloon terrorists apparently Communistindoctrlnsted District Judge Joe B. Brown other Beverage Dept. agents Model 1-SC230
For WahiMta and Rifle Range temperature and Internal pressure and led by ordered the tests Tuesday at a also appeared voluntarily: as
Road, No? 12, Ganey'a grocery The trading stamp business, tack to earth but they operate army deserters-are attacking bailbond hearing for Ruby, who did Walter Davis, head of the SOUNDS SO BIG-YET COSTS SO LITTLE Your
; Lake Alfred, No. 29, which rose about five per cent on energy from the sun. mission stations, destroying shot and killed Lee Harvey Os department's Lakeland district Records can last a lifetime I Compare this fabulous
city hall, .tagle: Lake, No. 30, In 1963. will increase about the Scientists said one of the bridges: sinking river ferries weld, accused asssssln of President office. value before you buy ordinary portable stereo
city hall; (lolse and Lake Shlpp same amount In 1964, says President 1 prime tests of Echo 2 was to see and blocking roads. John F. Kennedy. The Besides these, 12 people were exclusive Mlcromatic : The
Heights, Ne... 48, Hol iater's Grocer ( William S. Beinecke of I If Its shiny akin was strong There was no report of new defense dropped its bond request subpoenaed and two more came Record Player banishes record
,. the Sperry & Hutchinson Co. I enough to withstand the stresses casualties, but three Roman after the order in voluntarily to testify. and stylus wear-the Diamond Stylus Is Guaranteed
II I in: space and remain spherical Catholic priests from Belgiumwere 10 Years Two high fidelity speakers-the second

;without collapsing after its In. murdered in a terrorist . . . . stereo channel Is In the Instantly removable lid-

LIKE A HEALTH LOAN? Dating gas leaked out. attack earlier this yeek. surround you with beautiful music. And, there's only
Echo 1, launched from Cape The uprising involves a 6,000- ; WANTED one compact piece of fine luggage to
Canaveral Fla., now Cape Kennedy mile area of Kwllu Province, : Other Stereo Portables carry.
tt would be nice if we could on Aug. 12. 1960, still it SOO to 500 miles east of from $69.90

go into a "health loan of. orbiting! the earth and visible, Leopoldville the Congo capital. 1 5 -4
out its skin has partly collapsed U.N. helicopter crews rescued MEN WOMEN .
&. and borrow a certain
Echo I Is 35 feet larger nine Americans Friday after COME IN TODAY-Prove to yourself that
mount of better health. in diameter and scientists termt terrorists burned their Protestant I from .0. 1S ,. U Pre,are Lincoln' S.rvle asps! IhouMnd..p.nlngi I
new fee US. Clvd, a.roiu sb pr.sare for Mlle tuts ernsR Magnavox is
That would solve an problem I "a vast improvement" over mission station at Kandale. In this, >r.. during Yee', It I. one *f the liri.ltth. I your best buy on any basis!
we wouldn't have its predecessor. The Americana were unharmed. not 12 Tenths. end eldest "Iu'.', ..wn.dOov.rnm.nl
Miltl.n MnMl. *f Its Kind end I* net
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to worry about taking care hlae .. 141/.eo a Tenth es eta'1..nnpted. with tee O. .rn.
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of oureelves because we unty thin; *rl at. .mle m.nt r,:enact inf.rw.ti. ,n 0v- .
would always borrow aheadto sod .MC.ll.nl .pBrtunl :*f ???,,?, Jol>.. nolud.nt$ ll.t *fd
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media CJiiroprac- Oft..f. ..,1. .f .rtl.'.. i ee hew I* en.lify fee a U. S. C.v.rnm.iit Jeb. THE HOUSE OF QUALITYCorner -
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LWV Planning /PC s"r Shop Kwik Chek Where You Get I

Ridge Bridge ;


Field Trip \ By JOHN M. TAYLOR V :"


Polk County Duplicate Bridge Director \ gftVINCg

For Jan. 28 I NORTH moral of the story la: if you
S-AKJUH
-10D can't squeeze one opponent, try
I -KQ71 to end play the other
A* I I. It* custom from time
to time, the League of Women WEST fit'EAil Around the Circuit ,*e Plus r
The TOP VALUE STAMPS
Voter will have a field trip $-S41 S-0107H special naiterpoint game
-" H-AI74J2 in Lakeland was won by Pu
on Tuesday, January II, In. D-. IOIS4 D-J2 Tyler and Eric Murray of Lakeland rj
stead of C-JI64 C-JJ
a regular meeting
SOUTH and Mri. Lera Ryan and j
Lakeland and Winter Haven
S-n
,
Mr Ted Flanigaa of Winter
member will visit tome of the H-KQJID
Have. The Charity maiterpoln CELLENC
court in Bartow In order to -AftC
-AKIOTU game in Barlow was .son by $1" Value
tee something of that of Regular
part there'i more than one way C E. DeLolch and William of

government in action. to skin a cat, there should be Winter Haven and Mr*. Ewin Pukes Efferti.t Jan. 27 fan tan 29 Maxwell Houl.

Members are asked to be at more thin one way to squeeze William of Winter Hav!a and /

the office of the Clerk of the out a slam in a bridge band Mr*. Margaret Arrott of Gua'*' 820 THIRD STREET, S.W. InstantCoffe II

Circuit Court in the County if distribution prove unfavorable mala. 150 FOURTH STREET, N.W.
Court House in Bartow, prompt. for limply cashing high Several Lakeland players won 1
ly at 9:30. From there they cards; certainly, the above point at the recent tournament AUBURNDALE STORE .
hand from a recent duplicate in St. Petersburg Alex Stein. SOUTHLAN SHOPPING CENTER
will go to the Circuit Court. f f
game In Lakeland will live long berg finished second, overall '
Later in 1 e
the morning they will
er than any nine lives a cat In the Men's Pair Mr. James Quantity Rights Rmrvri .-. 1
go to the new Hall of Justice can offer. Welch and Mr*. C. W, Thomp.
which. house the Jail, the Sheriff All N.S teams found them. son won a sectional first in
office and the Criminal selves in a 6NT contract with the Women' Pair Otto Rice
Court. South the declarer against a won a sectional first in the
variety of opening leads from Mixed Pairs and a sectional
THRIFTY MAID HALVES OR SLICED
Winter Haven member wantIng West. Those South players who third in the Men' Pairs.There 10 01.
transportation may meet at relied on a spade finesse to will be a maiterpoln 303a" 5cId Q.129 J
8:SO at Kwilc Chek on Third make the hand went down to I game in Lakelrnd tonight at Peaches. lmit( Forr Se
defeat. Two South manipulators Morrison's Cafeteria at 7 00.
Street SW; Lakeland members I : In Special! Offer<
used two different Choice
techniquesto
Another masterpoint will ,
at 1:00: at Grove Park Shopping game 10 Instant
the defense into 01.
pressure be played in Winter Haven tomorrow
Center on the south aide of
Lakeland. granting 12 tricks Both declarers afternoon. There will bea HUNT'S CALIFORNIA WHOLE (off.. Maker Limit On* With $3

Mr*. James L. Yount laid: were faced with an Winner Game for all county N.. he!aliw( Or More Order
"Many League member have opening spade lead from West player in Winter Haven this Tomatoes. 25C
studied our court tystem In. One player won the spade Friday night at 7:30: at the Ha. GR
teniively, both in connection king and led the heart 10 Whenit ven Hotel. .
held, he returned to his hand
with a recent proposed revision
with club and continued THRIFTY MAID TOMATOPosle
a
of the entire Florida judiciary
heart East won and exited Art Festival .
and in compiling our publication
'Polk County and It* with another heart. South took sa 7 '
Government'. But we have two more rounds of clubs and '
many new members and few got the bad news about the I 1 .
of us, old or new, have any minor suit. He then played a Open To Public
firsthand knowledge of our 'diamond to the dummy and DIXIE DARLING DINNER
court and their procedure. So cashed the ace of spades He
fine and returned to his band with a Artist throughout Central Pals
this i* a opportunity Lux
at a by-product it may even diamond and put West in a Florida are invited to show Rolls :.,. 10 ,
lead more women. to iign up hard squeeze their work at the Creative Art 1 1 1 1
for Jury .IfOrange S-J Festival sponsored by Web
D-K7D ber and the Babson
College
DIXIE DARLING CARAMEL
101 S QC
Blossom .--J! H--17 Park Creative Center on the
Liquid
H-J Webber College campus Friday 'Pak
To D- through Sunday March 20-22 Buns Pk.. 39
Playhouse C- The show, free to the public,
led .
When South his good will be from 10:30: a.m. to (:30
Open Season heart, West was squeezed in p.m. except Sunday when the
Blossom Playi the minor suits. hour will be from 1:30: to (:30
i house in Orlando will open Its The other South player started 'WI.NJ.IJJJ.N.U/llllJJlll r ,
| spring season on Friday night the same line of play, but pm.Friday, Saturday and Sunday FREE 50 0 C
I Jan. 31 with "Romeo and East refused to take his ace night admittance to three 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS 12 o1. .
..JulJet.It of hearts and let South win three special event will be by ticket EXTRATOP wiI with this ...,.. ..11II the. PVNhoe el
t The Shakespearean classic, heart tricks. South then cashed only, Assorted Colon Site
[with Anne Blazio and Larry Gordon his top six tricks in the minor Friday night Dr. Stephen L VALUE Scott Towels 3 0r il 99c
a* the famous lovers, will to reduce the hand to this Speronis a vice president of )
status: Tampa University, will give the STAMPS linn ONe eta cuiTOMia
be staged each evening through
Swab Ck.k a With ,
e0.4..ly WI..OI.Is ItofM L1mit To 0th.
r Saturday Feb. 8, with a matinee S-AJ kevnoU address. His subject c..,... ViM T'...... I...." It
r on Sunday Feb. 2. D-7 will be "Man the Measure..' dip Coupoi Purchases
A champagne gala li being HASt S-07 Saturday night will.\ b. i a. TIJ'IMMMMM'IIIJIiJW /E
planned for opening night. "Night With the Poet" Highlighting 1
Evening curtain time 1* 2:40: H-J this event will be three
matinee 2:40. The playhouse C-19 outstanding personalities In the
i* located at 4321 N. Orange South simply led a heart, end. world of art, literature and
Blossom Trail. playing East in spades. The poetry: Han Juergeusen, A. t x
M. Sullivan, and Harry M. JtCOPELAND'S t
.SIk1 l
r+
Meacham.
night, Mr. and Mr*.
Sunday
SPECIAL TRAINto Alphonse Carlo of Rollins Col All Meat SkinlessWieners i 1 Select Sliced

lege, member of the Florida
FLORIDA STATE FAIR end GASPARILLA PARADE Symphony Orchestra will pre-

Tent" Florida, ..II,.." 10, If(4l tent American a violin composer and piano concertof
Beef
., Wln/., Haven ,,'II AM Special guest, and member Liver ;
of the Webber College faculty
Ar. F.lrgroundi Mill AM '
and friends may obtain ticket v
(( turning
by applying to Mn. Camilla
U. Fiirgr.undl I:JO PM McConnell.
Webber
Ar. Wmttr Have 7>20 PM Per Pound

Avoid hlghwiy traffic, GUM MIGHT HELP ..j i' D.1tloas( Send
..U and p.rklnerobl.m.l eonguttdtr GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI)- 1 12 01. t t
William Watson, 3T, accused ef 3 $100v j Smothered I.Onioat 29.

Round Trip (toll Pen S2.14 trying to break into a pub, was Pkgs.
Advance Sal Admits" !** t* Folrjroundi, $.10Tlcktt ordered Friday to report to the
"breath test" l
police for a every
.n Ml"* it ACL ....nl", *t.Iler) Friday and Saturday night for

three yean after be promised a .;nr:::::: "' I".. .' ".".. .t !'!.- ;-.;;'; a'M '
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD skeptical judge be would give .. ... ,; .'*MJL.,.tMP It.J tTP fcatfii1jBlL., ,

up drinking. Fancy Yellow




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Feb. 2.9, 1964-7:30 P.M. Daily & Sundays


Central Church of Christ 3HX.1 APPLESJesse



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Jewel Frozen
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What You Hear About Churches of Christ Is True! Meat FANCY JUICYGrapefruit

Our plea 1 II that the church today should be the church Jesus established nineteen
hundred year ago. Perhaps more would be interested in this plea if they could under. 4 Pak COc I 5 : 39

land how the church which was established then, could survive the centuries and cross
SP ji
the continent to be the lime church today Surely it i 1. obvious to all reader of the Pkg. ,
New Testament that the church survived several years during the days of the Apostles.
Well, the church survived one century exactly as it survived one year and it crossed ASTOR FROZENBrussels fit Our DAIR'{' PEPT:"

from one continent to another exactly as it crossed from one city to another On the
day the church began (Pentecost, Act 2,), the Gospel of Jesus Christ was preached, Sprouts 2 *.. 49 MRS. FILBERT'S CO'N OIL
men and women believed it and obeyed it and the Lord added them to His church MRS. SMITH DUTCH I I .

(Act 2:47)). Year later and many mile away there was another congregation of the lb. 39'
lame church in Philippi one in Thessalonica, and another in Corinth. Apple Pies Each 59orgorlne. .
How did the church survive and spread into these other cities year after it was ,
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established in Jerusalem How did the church survive the trip of 1,000 miles through "- lrr,1'" "& -v -.' srnsrsl ,2HUNT'

21 yean from the city of Jerusalem to establish itself in the city of Corinth* Why, the ITtw1) HUNT? TOMATO HUNT TOMATO! HUNTS TOMATO HUNT CHIU

Gospel of Jesus Christ ii the life line of the church) The life line can stretch unbroken Tomatoes "cJT 19c Juice Hc:23e 33c :
through time and be carried without change throughout the whole world. Wherever the 2 Sauce 3 :: Paste 2 4c-27c; Sauce ifr25(

lame Gospel the message of the New Testament 1 i. preached the same church will
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be spread The Gospel preached beard, believed and obeyed made people member HUNT'S "V

of the Lord' church in the first century In Jerusalem, and the tame Gospel pleached Cat Food 2 *2r 35c Assorted Frosties '"r: : 39cNINE
beard, believed and obeyed will make people) members of that same church in America Catsup
today! LIVES KIDNEY fRENCH'S

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(1etuiii&{ ; books closed charge pyyoblt Marc* 10

(Continued From Peg* One) best for the Industry at I :
have to rank Kelly in the "1-2.3" whole and to be ai free ai
legally possible from political
bracket-ai for the other two In "
Interference. he told me.He .
the trio I will have nor to
laid that he would emu.
lay about this later.ANOTHER late Senator Holland, who ai

governor, when be appointed
FACE. : his first citrus commission

TO.FACE TALK member called the whole group
to Tallahassee, discussed problems
tilt when the local
Thursday,
with them and then told
Rotary club had Florida can. them, In effect: "Boys, It', )'Ourlittle
Bare aa their special guest to red back to
wagon go on FINAL
hear Governor Senator
Bryant
Lakeland
and pull ItIf youet
Jack Mathewt of Jacksonvillwai rn'4
Into "
trouble let me know
her and attended and war And
as governor, Holland did
Introduced at the luncheon.We that. _
just But since that time
had been promised a half-
and with other governors It'i
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hour, face to face unattendedtalk
been different
I story much dif-
with him about citrus and
ferent at times, ai it Will before
her we cot some of the urnpromises .
Holland. In speaking of governors -
that we got from In Wednesday' columnwe
Kelly, to appoint only capable,
honest and sincere men to the< when called, and I one should"Dive know,Cone"It war There is a limited amount in each group the savings are mostly
citrus commission, regardlesi "-
Fred P. Cone.SUMMING .
who they supported for governor IT UP ,-- 50% of original price. Shop early all merchandise priced lo sell
-and this, regardless of who
makes the promise, we want to After talking to Kelly and POLITICS IS THE TOPIC-Stat. R.p. Ben Hill Griffin within the next six
see, because FCC appointment Mathews we feel that both of Jr. right, of Frostproof, who is about to announce his days.
even the best of them, have always these men understand fairly candidacy for the stat senate, talks over the political
been made, more or lees, well the faces problems the citrus Industry r picture with Stat. Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville, I ,,;.. "
on the basis of who supported -they both have who hat hit the trail ai a candidate for governor The two : .
who and who how much into a good team of citrus men on ,
paid their side-and would we believe m.t at a Winter Haven Rotary luncheon the past w*.k.I ) "
the campaign treasury-a I Photo by Jack Gumtt I
well ai who kicked in to help pick top men, without
cover the campaign deficit axes to grind, as their citrus I had his confidence down throughthe I in Id behalf.

after the election. advisors. I II years we whispered a few This dinner, with a huge 76 Wool and Cotton Skirts Now 1 Price
This writer, who has known This one thing was common pertinent questions and the crowd expected, will probably be
every one of the commissions with both of the men we talked answers ill boil down to this held in Lakeland.
since the 193738 group, has to to: They feel certain change -he will run for the state ten- On this committee are Com.millioner
admit that tome wonderful and In the echelon of the com mil, ate to fill the Kelly post, and of Agriculture Doyle
extremely capable people have lion would be beneficial-an< if I am allowed a personal .
Conner, Frank A. Albert, forestry 89 2Pc. Coordinates Now 1 Price
been appointed to the commit- also that the commission should opinion, he it a shoo-in. official from Jacksonville;
don, several of them from work more closely and in a beer -
WONDERFUL TIMING M. R. Buckalew, executive vice
Winter Haven-but along the spirit of harmony with Floe. While there may not be an official president of the Indian River
line with a few exceptions, the da Citrus Mutual-although admitting
release out of Lakeland on Citrus League in Vero Beach;
campaign was the governing both! sidei.there may be faults on this prior to its getting in print, Joffre David of Orlando, executive 44 Blouses Now 1/2 Price
factor. '
we have no hesitation In trying vice president of Florida
Mathews told me that if elect DONT YOU BELIEVE ITI
to scoop Bob Rutledge, the Fruit & Vegetable Association;
ed governor he would do everything We have heard a few icatted executive vice president and Art Higble representing the
posible to give the citrus rumors Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., general manager of Florida Florida Cattlemen'i association
commission the right, without 'roslproof citruimin active I In Citrus Mutual on another story- at Kissimmee; Ken Morefield
going bat in band to Tallahi ill fields of the industry-cattle which may have a slight political of the Florida Flower Association 1 1 04 Orion and Wool Sweaters Now 1 price
see, to pay whatever salaries nan, auto dealer, fertilizer and tinge to it. Ft Myers; Homer Hooks,
the 12 men deemed necessaryand feed manufacturer, banker It Tuesday night April T, tat general manager, and Sam
the old cry "he Ii making 1-might not announce for the been set as the date for a giant Banks of Lakeland, general
more than the governor" should date senate to fill the .
vacancy "Thank You Night staged by manager and chairman respectively
have no bearing on the FCC't caused by the eligibility of the date agricultural interestsIn of the Florida Citrus Commission 41 1 Wool Slax and Shorts Now 1 Price
actions. Scott Kelly to for both the
run
honor of Florida's senior, Rutledge, W. Max
"The Florida Citrus Commission senate: and governor, thus giving senator Spessard Holland, himself Acree, DeLand president of
representing the growersof up the former, but might an I Polk County agriculturist, Mutual and Warren Savant,
the state who actually pay ounce for another office-state.
to show the appreciation of all Winter Haven, representing the
the bills, should have the re- wide. Florida agriculture! for hit work Florida Canners Association. 88 Cotton Shirts and Knits Now /2 Price
sponsibiUty! without administration But don't you believe onerord
Influence or even 'suggest of It. We had the pleasure j
ions,' to spend the money It 0 f sitting next to him at the The State Of CitrusBy II /
collect on what it thinks 1, Thursday luncheon-and having I

TOM OSBORNEfor the Catalysts for Productive 27 Raincoats and Jackets Now / Price

( ailing John Sikes) Research!I""Today's

JANUARY SALE Florida Citrus Mutual'i Bo''b Research Crows To-

Rutledge li not only i fai morrow's Profits"

clnating personality he Is I "Tomrrow's Products are
challenging one His interact developed through today's Rem -.: I \
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\ SPORTS COATS l t ::.f t1't.'tf. : '!if'
in We Yroi
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run the course rcb" i "I
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all sorts of people, hiitor:y "Research Is business! !

Wool, Wool and Dacron, Cashmere, Orion and books, people, hones, people, "Research and Action are .
I ml I B il ii I UFDPIlliTill Hi IB ill.1.1.i *jW *vtv*>**
Wool, by HART, SCHAFFNER ft MARX and
children and more people, t<, Partners in Progress!"
by STANLEY BLACKER. name a few.Rutledge "Some people consider those j i

$1995 is equipped wit I type of themes. .or saying! 1 CLEAR I All Fall and Winter
RES. PRICE inn ..u........... NOW PwPt 1
I IU he ability that few have, to talk as pure corn. I think each

,.. PRICE 13100 ............... NOW $2350 4)n the phone, read his mail one of them ii just another
I IUI. and acan ataff reports all al t good reason for applying some Q

PRICE MI.00 ............... NOW 30 t the: lime time. But just when I imagination. and hard work to M HANDBAGSNOW
you think he li "snowed un
; the research for the
program
$39RES. er"! he surprises with
RES. PRICI ISt.tl .u..u...... NOW you Florida citrus Industry," Rut
something you never expected.
55000v Something somebody said, or ledge says BETTER DRESSESIn
,
PRICI $71.00.n.u.a..u. NOW
rote, will trigger one of the One thing for lure. Nobody 1

I most fertile imaginations you cm ever say that Bob Rut-
ould ever hope to run across.it PRICESUITS
LONG SLEEVE SPORTS SHIRTS had a call the other day ledge doesn't IpplylmarlnatloD. oar Terrace Room /
l squiring about something he Matter-of-fact that would make
Cotton Dacron and Cotton Silks Pirns Cot. :
aid regarding research for the I good slogan."Imagination.
ton. Regular and Button Down Collar, by citrus industry. As "goodbyes" la our middle
ENRO, NORRIS CASUAL, and CHRISTIAN vere being said, Rutledge pop. namel" We have 47 daytime dresses and 19 cocktail

DIOR. !pad back at his caller with: I'll have to admit that's not r
What would you think of us the best slogan I ever heard dresses. Save from 50 ;. to a whopping big

RES. PRICES $S.OO to $25.00 making a cigarette from but for a starter? Not bad.
Oranges It would taste like Not bad at all 60% on the very finest apparel!
Now 1st Shirt Regular tobacco, smell like tobacco, but
ve'd make it from Oranges-

Price 2nd $1.00 There other was end a of long the phone pause and onthe Lions DonateTo -1/2-

hen Rutledge leaned back in
his chair and laughed. "Think

LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTSBroken phone I about, IU"! he said over the Blind Fund

Sizes and Collar Stylet Then he turned to this writer

Some Whit., Som. Colored who was sitting there with his
mouth hanging open) and made At Lake AlfredThe DAYTIME DRESSESWe
his point. "That's exactly what We
have only 42 Suits
NOW /2 TRICE we need if we are going any.
here with this research thing Lake Alfred Lions Club
1I maglnation! If we don't have led District S5-I In contributions
I magination we won't have any- to the Florida Foundation to have 158 dresses on our main floor racks. Most of these are tailored by Hard.
hlng new at all. We might the Blind, it was revealed at

MEN'S SHOES :n"I the well bank.put"our money back Ft.the Myers.mid-winter conference In Cotton, Rayons, and wools. Really a fine macher. Many are Spring Suits that are

Vice In his President tenure of is Florida Executive Cit- Its contribution of ffm WM selection. They'll sell fast at these prices! at savings of 50% and more.

One Group Broken Styles and Sizes r us Mutual, Rutledge has laid also ninth in the state, the only
tubs topping the Lake Alired
more about research thin
From Our Regular Stock rally any other. one subject prae- I group being those. In the largest

$030 except maybe "sellin,." ities.
RE'. PRICE '!J." ........ .,..... NOW Right now he la applying all Lee Johnson, president, call- SHOESWe
f his own Imagination to sellg ed this "a really big achievement -

RE,. PRICE '11." ............... NOW $1065 1 r. the citrus industry on dog for a small town club." Many other items
I II new product or basic prod- At this past week's meeting,

lIE,. PRICE Hit .... ........... NOW $11;B u ct improvement research. James Telford, chairman of advertising have 403 ol Shoes
the only pair
Rutledge la a man who likes for approachingValencia

I lIE,. PRICE III.SO ............... NOW '15 b attic themes, and since he made Regatta in February, HATS-FURS
c''onslders his Job of selling research a progress report.
a type of battle, he has Visitors at the meeting were Both Fall and Summer Shoes included.
MCGREGOR NYLON ANTIFREEZE ome up with some themes Leonard D. Hendricks of Lake

bout research he says; Wiles, Elmer Wander, Walter 308 heels and 95 flats All marked
and .
MCGREGOR RAM JET JACKETS "Imagination and Vision are Clark and John E. Brown. JEWELRY are
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$1395 s..a. sev down at least 50%. Fine Shoes at a small
REG. PRICE $19.95! NOW

In Person AU at substantial savings price.

.... Mly "ItmtlSI. anre

GRAND OLE OPRYSun. ,


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tsi'k with

e ERNEST Tune

k, MENS I OP2S5 S THE THE TEXAS STANLEY TROUBLESHOOTERS BROS. J

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i WEST CENTRAL AVENUE & &&SW1L
Tickets: $1.25 advance! $1.50 at door
1 Downtown Winter Hove -
Mayhall Aud. Lakeland 2ii W. CENTRAL
USI THI MUNICIPAL PAlliNG LOT AT PEAR OP STORE
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Horse ShowThe r

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Imperial Charity Horse Show, I
most outstanding in the Sunshine Cir- tr r

cuit, and comparable to any in the r
United States, will get under way here
Wednesday afternoon with two shows

being presen; .d daily through Sun- r a'wiSt
+ day.

w Already there are 633 horses f
entered for the five-day event whichis

f classed as an honor show. It is a .
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member of the American Horse Shows !

Association, Inc., the Florida Sunshine I
Circuit and is approved by the
M Florida Hunter and' Jumper Associa- 1 q

tion.The show, to be held at the Polk : ", I

: County Riding Association Grounds, 'f ,

adjacent to the Lake Region Yacht x
and Country Club, attracts scores of
the best riders in the country, becauseof
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its facilities and since money-wise, lOt
it is the second largest show in the :w:

nation. Prizes total over $40,000 in

-Yr't cash, ribbons and trophies.The I
show will benefit the American -

Legion* Crippled Children's Hos-
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CLOCKWISE
FROM LOWER LEFT
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6 SCOTTIE TURNBULL and
t } :/ 1... a Marty Lotay, two of the young ., 5
..r; r! participant In the show, dit I'
1. I r r cutting their favorite subject : I 1 1f'

1, hors,, of court. '
HEADING committ..s forth ; I
show .r., lift to rights: '
W a y n e Hagar, Exhibitors 4rew
v chairman; H. R. Summrvill,
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t show com mitt..; R. K. Har ,-;" .
_.+ 7+ men, g.ner.1 chairman: ; W. L. .,
Etharcdg and Oliver Kingham, t .l' .u.
show committ.: .. Not pictured t' s,
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art two othtri, John A. Sniv. -
ly Jr. and W. L. R.I.y. ::
SUSAN SNIVELY and her 3'a -: t
btautiful fiva-gaitad horto, '
Mildred Adams, form an im. "k4t- ; j
prattivo pictur. Susan hat
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taken many honors in shows ....
throughout the country.IT'S .
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Linda McGuire: at her jumpar
Dtbutanta, tak.s the hurdl. '
Linda, an accomplithad *.qu.s."a
trianna, hops to add to her "' :
growing collection: of ribbons
and trephiat this waak. 1, g

THEY DIDN'T WIN all the ..\
trophies and ribbons, but this
group did taka hem twtnty.
five 'In on* day during lilt "
yaar'i thow. Kn..ling! left,
Ch.ryl Taylor and Michal
Sorralli. Standing, Jack Willis, i
VickI: Eastman and Jack Alii
son, all of Winter Havan.

MRS. SANDY PARKER, rId.,
Ing instructor: with one of her
pupils, Kim Obrbachr, at ,.
th.y get tat for Wadntday'i \
opining show. '

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Social Events Lend Additional Glamor To Week Of Horse Show




Charity Ball, Breakfast ,


h.. w Highlights Lavish Affairs .

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Traditionally, among the highlights of the ; : 4f:i" tl' "

late winter season are the social functions held ,' ,1! ,.1' _
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In conjunction with the Imperial Horse Show, t ,/- ,' .\" \ I IJ.
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the fifth of which will be staged here this 'r;ko., :/>I''tf.' ): .. ') 'J
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week starting Wednesday at the Polk County s '\ .;.,'.. A
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Riding Association grounds, east of Winter .;..; "" v.,1 ).
Haven. .' .J'i< -i:
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Mrs John Snively Jr. If
ere expected for the bafl. ,
over all chairman of the varl- ;
out cvtnti. She hit appointed Breakfast
'' The annual Horse Show
William Kale
t Mrs ai general
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Breakfast, slated for Sundaymorning +
t d + chairman of the annual
r will also be an ela ,
Charity Ball to be held Sat- borate affair. This will beheld
4 urdajr at the Haven Hotel after
at the Lake Region
d the evening performance. Yacht and Country Club and
Fabulous plane are well under
ti I lavish decoration. are being
l way to transform the Hotel planned.
T' Into a gala nightclub letting Mra. Ivan W Gessler li
The decorations for this general chairman of the
2r will be very elaborate. breakfast and la being asaisled -
Mn. Raley't committee con by Mrs. George Kendrick -
list of Mn. Richard Field, Mn Thomas V. Snive
uJJ: Mra Willard Roe, Mri Joe ly, Mri Tom Walker and Mri.
: McKlbben, Mri. TerriU Simp- John Snively Jr.Junior. ,r 7MptiDECORATING
ion, Mri Pate Snively, Mrs +M
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Wally Eden, Mri. L. P, Kin. Party
THE SOCIAL EVENTS h.ld'n' conjunction with the annual horse show are very sp. aey Jr., Mrs Richard G. The Winter Haven junior hats for
efal ones, end careful planning goes Into each. Mrs. John A. Snively Jr., I.ft, general Klngham, Mn Jack Stnuehn, exhibitors will be hosts to out. use at the Horse Show
I chairman, and Mrs R. K. Harmon, chairman of the Junior exhibitor party, hold e large Mri. Samuel Tilden and Mri. of town junior exhibitors at a Chanty Ball Saturday nightare
honeihee which will be used In decorations, while Mrs. Ivan Genler, leafed, fats Bob Klngham of 'Auburndale. picnic supper Friday afternoon Mri. William Reley, n.
rtotei. Mrs. Genler ti chairman of the Exhibitors Breakfast planned for next Sunday Approximately four hundred will from be four held to six at-thirty.the Lake This tending, chairman of the

Region Yacht and Country event, and Mri. Pate Solve-
Martin-Denham DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Sunday January 26, 1964 Page 10 Club at the "19th hole" ly, a member of her committee. .
Miss TaylorBecomes Mri R, K. Harmon is chairman .
Mr. and Mn. Garland Lloyd WINTER HAVEN DAILY NE /-CWIEF of the junior exhibitors L rWhats!
party and will be assisted by
Denham are making their Mrs. Robert Harmon, Mrs Gamma Phis

BrideOfMr.Dickinson home In Orlando after their Ralph Wetherington, Mn Plan Dance ?
recent marriage there In the Terrell Simpson Jr, and Mri. new
Lockhart Baptist Church. Elmo Hood. For
Hoots to the judges for the Mid-May
The bride la the former
show will be Mr and Mrs An
Invitational dance to beheld
Mill Patricia Ann Martin, C, W, Smith, Dr. and Mn on May 16th was planned! Why our new tara-tweeds! The prettiest and l
daughter of Mr. and Mr. George Kendrick and Mr. and
Wednesday night when Gamma
of Greenrllle
:Mri. 1 T. Taylor -
B. G. Martin of Winter Ha. Mrs Jack Allen. : Phi Chapter of Epsilon brightest colors for spring. Jade, lilac, hot
S. C. la announcing! the
ven, and her husband li the Sigma Alpha Sorority met at
marriage of her daughter Ion of Mr. and Mri. William Never let It be said that the home of Mri. Edward pink, blue, creme, hemp, and navy In
Mary Jane, to Robert Nelson Denham. women have a priority on Remti.
; Dickinson, yesterday la the Vow. were read by the Rev CJ.ttd by OlLUC flll3ntine getting fashion ideas from the Friends of chapter members shorts, pedal pushers skirts, tapered slacks.
University at Chapel Bob Murphy. movie., A fictional hero of who would like to be Included
Chapel The bride wore a brown suit 18th century England in the Invited guest All with matching blouses. Prices from
Hill. N. C. and carried a traditional bouquet Gala Vale BallFebruary "Tom Jones" hit broughtthe list are asked to contact a
Mrs Dickinson li the daughter Her dater, Mill Yvonne gentlemen'! ascot Into member ai soon aa possible. $6.95 to $10.95.
of the late John Thorns E. Martin, wee maid of honor fashion focus this season via Members attending the
Taylor Mr. Dickinson la the and wore a green. suit. cmemaland. Witness the rat. :meeting were Mesdames Robert
tomof 'Mri. Frank A, Css- Robert Bentley served ai Is Set For catcher by Countesi Mara Adams, Otto Ellis, Thom.
best man. j This version of the ascot li as Milliard, Harold Johnston,
teel, Lake ,Elbert Drive, and Mra. Denham la a 1961 similar to a neck wrapping Chester Melvin, Paul Petti- The Sundial Shop
the J lafel: T.: I* 'Dickinson. graduate of the Winter Haven A Valentine Ball will be held Friday, worn originally by the London grew James Prince, Eugene
6 The bride was graduated High School and attend. Cockneys, as well 11 the Wulff, John Teehan, Mathew 1507 6th St., N.W. CY3-454&
from Furman University with ed the Winter Haven Businest February 14 at the Wo tan's Club building on traditional neckwear of those Cross, Harry Kulick Beeler

a $. S.. degree In 'chemistry.Mr. College Mr. Denham was graduated Lake Howard Drive bej inning at 9 p.m.y who ride to the hounds. Flesher and Ellen Head.

I .rxseklnson.Mtdjed: Wa in 1959 from the Norton High Mrs. Mary Lou. Emr will be the featured
t : degree In Metallurgical englneerlnf School and attended Bluefteld vocalist and music for d will be .. _-. -
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Mines. Marine Corps and I. employed ed by the "MelloTonesThe (
,1"1 of In Orlando at the Steak semi.formal ball will
The couple will remain la
'N' Shake Restaurant
of Winter Haven. Ticket
be open to the public and maybe
Chapel Hill until the romplaton
I of their graduate studies Jewelry makers are promoting donations will be $1.50 per I 'obtained from any member I '
in the Chemistry Departmentof : bunchy bracelti to ring person All proceed. will be of the Club or purchased b'
the arm, necklaces made of used for the welfare project i at the door
the University of North bigger bead. to fill the plunging of the sponsoring organization Mrs Dorothy Fox and Miss
Carolina. neckllnei. the Junior Woman' Club .
Geneva Pollard are co chair
men for the Ball.

FINAL WEEK of REEBEE'SOperation Other committee chairmen LtS
Include: Decorations, Mra.
Terry English, MI. Jane Mot-
linger and Mri. Terrene
Williams; tickets, Mrs Larry
CleanUpMAGNIFICENT Burr; concession Mist Barbara .
Horton; posters, Mra.
,
Bill Moore; radio and newspaper I II you/get: 1,00
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publicity, Mri. James
; NOW R. Hardy and Mri. Richard
A. Noll.

: DRESS SHOESby !! to try new
EASY DOES IT 3
Pellixlo, Josef dj Vat, Mr. ChIc, $ 90 I
SPRING Md. Ii "
SILVER ,
Careua, and Tru-Walk. i playtexpadded
: (([UpnDon't press a itained -
fabric. Heat seta stains, often
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LITTLE SETBACK HEELSby 9IMPORTED borne: permanently economist., adviiei a

Josef du Vat Dr. Dorothy Slegert Lyle, t '
director of consumer relation I e :
I['or the National Institute of rw
: SAVE UP TO $17.00 ?, PAIL, .......... Pry[ -cleaning, gives these other bra
tipi In care of home fur.
nishings. Don't shake or .nap
small throw rugs to dust them.
The mapping action may :
FLATS andIMPORTS break the in the rut : sew soft cape stay toll/
H.......t .f swirl .f fine yarns a
GLOVI FLATS dean Is went1 ityln, clen backing. When the design of machine washable/
SOFT f4 mettrUlt.I SAVI up curtains permit, rehang them t 1
by DOMANI U 117 e pair e* id*** yea ifter cleaning, reversing top Made without rubberTnemakenotPlavtei /
ass we.r new ..* forMMtks ind bottom.

Dress Shoes MIRM vi te a.knew!..., Scud ntfnl, by Sandier, Chic, ..........eeeNNne : v
end wentNOW Cover Girl, CaribbeanSPECIAL r want la
Iv VALENTINE AIR STEP every woman America
AT A
FRACTION
AVE 59 OP THEIR ORIGINAL SAYE To 57 :er 'tie to discover the new
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PRICE I Attend Playtex Soft line Padded Bn",

i r other will pay you $1.00

., NOW S890 NOW $390 just to try' it.The cup are soft an J

i All Sales I Final I :: Services' ? \ L / May soft through countleaa

No Exchanges or Refunds Z c t t' '+ rr. : ti machine wishing*.The secret?
GROUP a This r Eu t ti The cope arc made withott robbed

; Dress Shoes 3 Ways t to Buy Matching : .; Wash It again and'1...* i
Weekyour
: Auri'j Color. I Styltl .nd. ((4: ; 'f cup May soft-never eromlle, ;
UP P.. a CASH CHARGE a r t
SAVE 17 '
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AssortedHandbags Fl harden lose their
: TO Pair 10-DAY LAYAWAY a it own or shape
._ Book* Closed 'w r So right BOW buy one of theee near

: j wow/' $890 Chir .. riytklt Ftorutry a place Playtex Soft line Padded Brat '

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Use Our Free roe

Flats'Lo' Heels Parking Lot at the NOW ANDy of worshij< ) { 3 32A.I.36BI19S f fI

: SAVE OPEN x SANDALS$10 Per Corner of W. Central 3RoeBee's. J1 MORE I

:- _NOW"$ $690 and 2nd shopping Street! at while 2 OFF .


WELCOME WAGON

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l ..w.Fmwii Women On The Go DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday, January 26, 1964 Page I II I
Former Resident Married In MiamiPerrine
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Planters Club


: 'I Miami was Methodist the letting Church yesterdijr of- To Have Program

for the wedding of
bliss Nancy Ann Shannon, OnWallPlacquesThe
daughter of Mr. and Mrs I
Harold Shannon of Miami and Planters Garden Club

Richard A (Sandy Mitchell, meet Tuesday at the home of

former resident of Winter Mrs. C N. McElvey Jr with
t Haven.
Mrs Robert Kennedy ai co-
Mr Mitchell l I. the ion of
hostess.
Mr, F L. Coffey formerlyof
Lake Alfred and now of Member are advised to

Ormond Beach, and R. T. take materials needed for
Mitchell Jr., of Jacksonville.Red constructing plaques. Instructors \
and white carnation rY for the day will be Mrs
and pompon chrysanthemums t Irby McDaniel, Mrs John Bo-
decorated the chancel land and Mrs. Edgar Halei.
when the wedding was per.
formed at 2 p.m. Alpha Chi Omega j jI
Given In marriage<< by her Alpha Chi Omega Alumnaewill
father, the radiant bride wore have a dinner meeting
a floor length white satin Y at 1:45: Tuesday evening at
gown. The bodice featured a the Haven Hotel.
trooped neckline, and elbow. Mrs. Oscar Rawli, Florida
length ilrevei. The bell. District Alumnae chairman, ,
shaped skirt was accentuated will officially install the local
I ILiahlnM
with an aisle filling train. chapter
She wore a miniature crown
r headpiece etched with tiny ti&v Presbyterian Women
pearls and formal veil ofwhitt' ,-' The Women's Association of I
) the First Presbyterian Church
silk Illusion was attached.
.. She carried an arm will hold its January meetingat
bouquet of red carnations 1< 'i- .'. the church tomorrow with
I E Ek ; Mrs. Harold Mills was matron ':> Mrs John B. Gunter presiding
of honor. She wore a : LIGHTNER I
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Miss BrideElectAnnouncement E formal headpiece gown wan of red red satin satin Her and ., l. .'1 :'," '' meet The at executive 10:45: In the board Harriet will ;;: Yrti I ItJ

( Thompson Class Room and Enaaaement
li being 1st Church and Is employedby net and she carried a bouquetof to beheld
white carnationi. t the worship service will
made today of the engage the Winter Haven Daily \> ;
ment of Mine Donia Jeanette Bridesmaids were Miss at 12:45: In the Sanctuary, Mr and Mrs. John H. tin li the ion of Mr and

Calhoun, daughter of Mr. and News.Chief. Linda Mitchell, sister of the I!: led by Mrs James R. Black- Llghtner, announce the engagement Mrs 0. B. Marlin ot.Ocata..
Mr. Clevenger, a native of bridegroom, and Miss Susan wood. of their daughter
,
Mrs. Byron Calhoun, and :.
Luncheon will be served In Miss Lightner moved to Win
0If >
Marvin Collins Clevenger, ion New Port, Tenn, has made Carroll. They wore gowns of I i. Miss Joyce Frances Llghtner,
red and the dining room at 12:30 by ter Haven with her. faintly
of Mr and Mrs Robert E. his home here for the past satin carried arm to Kenneth Ray Martin of
bouquets of white carnations. : Circle Three with Mri. Alva Ind. four She attended
Clevenger.The ten years lie was graduated M Indianapolis, formerlyof yean ago.
bride.elect It a nativeof In 1961 from the Winter Haven Wayne L. Mitchell, broth.er .....". ..-.- .- ....... Shepherd chairman Winter haven Mr Mar. schools in Cedar R'Ptffc I
West Point, Ga. She moved High School and Is also of the bridegroom served Mrs Harry Rife hit arranged Is. and was "graduated, ; frrnn i j f
based
MRS. RICHARD (SANDY) MITCHELL a program upon
member of the Free Method. as best man. Gary Mitchell, '
here and a
nine years ago re
the bylaws of the Association the Winter Haven High School
another brother and
Robert
ceived her education In the let Church. Mr Clevenger is chose l cocktail length blue their return will reside In and will be Informative South Sea
an In attending
by the Exchange Mitchell, a cousin, were ush 1963. She la now /
local schools. Miss Calhoun employed lace sheath with matching -
their home at 10900 SW, 47th subject for all members
was a member of the 1962 National Bank. ers. accessories.The Island Theme Lakeland Beauty; CcgfcaR t
Mrs. Shannon selected red Terrace, Miami. and visitors *
graduating class. She Is I Plans are being made for a Mr. Martin was gnrhrated
member of the Free Method. an early summer wedding. silk cord fashionable two- reception was held In The bride is I graduateof Beymer HSCS For CotillionThe from Ocala High School and
the social hall of the church
piece dress for her daughter'swedding. the University at Gainesville.
the Carnegie Institute of
She wore black ac Mr and Mrs. Mitchell left The Women'i Society of At present he la an :XhcliMfi'!
I Elks Auxiliary Has Luncheon Meet cessories. on a wedding trip to the West Medicine in New York State Christian Service of Beymer Members of the Senior of Stokely Van Camp to! In

The bridegroom's: mother coast of Florida and upon and is now employed with a Methodist Church will meet Cotillion will hold a danceon Indianapolis, )Ind. ,
The Elki Auxiliary held its tee announced the Valentine tomorrow at noon In the social
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ClubRooms pediatrician in South Miami Saturday, at Nora Mayo A spring wedding is being
Party to be held at the
regular monthly luncheon hall of the church for ill
on February 15th. q Mr. Mitchell was graduated monthly covered dish luncheon Hall, from I to 11 p.m. planned.
at the Elks "
meeting Thundiy Mrs Arch Lynd wn the (jI from Winter Haven High and program. "The Continentals" of St.
Lodge Club Rooms with lunch. winner of the door prize. School in 1957 and the Vnl- This month the society will Petl'ubur.111 provide music Capes are seen everywhere
eon prizes going to Mrs Ma Members and guests attend- Aw versity of Florida School of have as Its guest speaker for the affair. In the spring fashion collect
bel Overbeck, Mri Hughes tending were Mesdames Jim 1 Journalism In 1962. For lev.eral Miss Cleo Barber, deconess ions Trend setting .desjgneri
Steele and Mri C. H RuHm.Mri. Daniel, Artie M. Ober, Charles : summers, Mr. Mitchellwas of the Wolff Settlement HouseIn A "South Sea Island" put them on suit jackets,
R. B. Wolter was introduced A. Krebs, Mabel E. Over. I, Fx life guard[ at the lake Tampa. Members are reminded theme will be used for the dresses, coati. They' ranged
at a guest and Mri. beck, Kenneth Moore, Russell 1i Alfred lions Park lake and to take gifts of fruit dance. from elbow to longer lengthiand
Charles A. Krebs at a new Hales, F. E, Robey, John during one summer, was employed juice, cool ade and augur Informal attire will be observed tended to be more maid
member. Thornhill, Grace H. Sands, i I IN Il by the Winter Haven Miss Barber will be glad to for this social event. ed than billowy uI

Mrs. Millie Bozeman urges R. E. Poitras, Paul Ritter, News.Chief In the advertising have supplies of this nature I i p------; ; ---- - -.., t,
the member to bring their E. R. Viertel, Lewis Clark, department. for use in the settlement f f fI
old stockings for the Hospital Joseph Lucy, George Childs, Prior to graduation, Mr. house. I I I I i McDonald's Sundries !
Auxiliary to use In making R C, Crawford, J. C. Mitch a Mitchell was employed by the
Pinky Puppets for the pediatrics ell. N Miami Herald, and upon his Junior Women I 1606 SIXTH ST., SE. i'
ward Mesdames Floyd Brown, completion of service with the The teml.monthly meeting j I 1 I
CYPRUS GARDENS lOAD
Mrs Lewis Clark and Mri. Hilda M. Adolph, W, B. Craig, y U S. Coast Guard, he returned of the Junior Woman'i Club ONI ILOCK OFF |

Howard Stephens were appointed Hughes Steele, W L CarterJr. to his position with will be Tuesday at I pm. at 1 I Make 1-Stop shopping trip! \
to the Ways and .. A. K Buckingham, C. H. t the classified advertising department the Woman's Club building.
Means Committee. Ruffin, Donald Blue Ella H. The meeting will be a workshop \ POST OF'ICI FOUNTAIN PHOTO PICKUP
It waa announced that the Sanchec, Marie Vild, Dale session on decorations '
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annual contribution to the Hazlett J. M Moorman, R. Recent streamlining has fined for the Valentine/ Ball February
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Marion Lea Training School H. DeMott, Mallie Bozeman, down the grains, lightenedthe 14 and all members will I I IUNOIf'TIMS
and Workshop will be used to E. E. Adams, Howard Stephens leathers and slimmed the : Mri. ,. Open f a.m. 7 p.m Weekday Sunday a.m. 1 p.m. |I
buy school lunches this year. Arch Lynd and R. B. a silhouette of the dress brogue ;fard'J'wlfJl: be in charge I I 1
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We HaveDRESSES June Weddina Is Planned


Mr and Mrs. James W of Kentucky. She moved herewith

i Goff Sr are announcing the her family seven yean
Sizes r ae engagement of their daughter ago and expects to be grad.
Sharon Hope, to Paul uated In May from the Winter
Walker, son of Mr and Mrs. Haven High School. She
Jr. Petites Worth Walker' Is employed at Woolworth'i
e The bride.elect Is i native and Is a member of the In-

t Juniors e A Ae wood Baptist Church.Mr. .

Walker, a native of
HAPPY ONES LOSE Florida, received his education ,
Misses Petites
PITTSBURGH Pa. (UPI- locally. He Is also a member
An anxious or depressed person of the Inwood Baptist You can do 24 Ibs. of laundry atONE
e Misses who begins dieting to Church and Is employed by Modil RJE 43

lose weight will be handicapped Hocbeck and Sons Inc. TIME WITH THE NEW
S Half Sizes say two University of Plans for a June weddingwill Frost-Free-ColdlnlectorCooling In both
Pittsburgh researchers be announced. Refrigerator and 119-pound Freezer. WESTINGHOUSEHeavy

S Sizes In a study of 151 obese Meat Keeper keeps 18
Large patients, Drs. W. G. Shipman Even non-swimmers will be pounds of meat fresh for 7 days Heavy Duty Laundry Centers

and Mr. R. Plesset found that plunging come spring. Necklines Ice Cuba Server with two Ejector Trays -

Also the bigh-anxiety group and the go deep, beautiful and stores over 100 ice cubes Fit U|.th.r 4.iini ef fcnv ..s..i.ftt.w.ie.d
depressed were unsuccessful. feminine. Other necklines are Plus .w...> .mtnt tntb. ; ...:
Magnetic Door Latches
Dieters rated least anxiousor cowled, often multiple cowls, Tilt-Up _
Shelf in Freezer, fl Freeze Ice Tray AS LOW AS .
SPORTSWEARSireit depressed bad the most circling like smoke rings
success 'round the throat.ache Shelf, Frozen: Can Rack Glide-Out W/T Per Week for

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Cooking is.s.ter, more convenient t "
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with the Brand New, All New Wetting

e SizesTrice's house TERRACE TOP Electric Range. 2
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\ eaut'lComplete out end the even door lifts off f ...-

MODEL MOll Jilt to cl..n. Come" In. end let ui show d

"INSTANT-ON" TV IN A you theie end the many
Care 19'* WESTINGHOUSE ATTACHE PORTABLE
Beauty
other features of the New
Wo more waiting for picture and sound...Wtstmghouie
"Instant On" TV furnishes operating power the instant TERRACE TOP Range. P '
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et gots longer tube life too Big 19* alumlnutdpicture
We Are Proud That "
To Announce oi'sq
CasualTown cornered for 172 In. of viewing AS LOW AS
sees. "See Matic" circuit, center.. e'J;etched In
copper: paths... Twin telescoping antenna 5* front Per Week
CHARLOTTE DAVIS mounted FM wide rang ipeaker Polarized powerplug. $255 W/T Terrace Top NTE31l ::"

As Low At $1.80 Per Week W/T -
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t Have Joined Our Staff :
Le ROY S APPLIANCESALES
They Invite ell Chile 4rien4" and .......... '
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156 2nd St.. S.W. For AppointmentFREE '
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Your 'Mirror's ReflectionPedestals Queen Studies DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday, January 2*. l 1964 Pete 12
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Open Door \ l .g \U at : linn iiiiiimiiiinmiii iiiiiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiimiiimiimiiiiimiFriday
Players
Of BeautyBy Palace PolicyLONDON a Morning Bridge

Mrs B. H. Williams, Mrs Fischer, R J. Jensen, Louisa
JENNINE SUTTON (UPI) Britons A. A. Plckett and Mrs. Hen Benn, John Ballentlne, Gladys

Charm AuthorityYour -, -and tourists may In the ,i r : t1 old Ogden were hostesses Huyck, Armor Scott, John
future the inside of
feet and popularity closely re- near Buckingham see Palace, Including when the Morning Bridge: Flynn, David Lucas, Bruce
Players met Friday at the H.
Joseph Lucy
the slate apartments, for Waugh, C.
lated. If you don't believe it, remember the Civic Center Walter C.
the first time R. Mitchell, Davis,
dance when you wore a blister on your heel; Queen Elizabeth, United play Thirteen with bridge tables winners were being In. J. S. Poole, Harold Ogden,

the shopping trip with a gay companion; The Press International learns, Mrs John Thornhill, Mrs W E Leonhard, J. V. Causey,
has asked her palace staff to Robert Backrath, Mrs May Bob Savage, W E. Moore and
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banquet when your satin slippers began to cut look into( the possibility of ? I I S1'IC1AL: $oluTioNSr Alexander, Mra. C. W. Gross Ella Johnston.
across your instep. opening at least part of the and Mrs Fred L. Howard.
United Kingdom's chief royal Door prize winners were Formally attired the leather
Your conversation can't be bright, your residence to public view Mrs. C. R. Mitchell Mrs W. ilipon for men drops the ties

personality can't radiate, if your feet hurt, State apartments might be C. Allen and Mrs. Miry Hosier and strap treatments and
thrown open -as they are adopts a sleek look for spring
Even the most minor foot discomfort can erase now at Windsor Castle-when Others attending were Mesdames and summer Side gores are
charm and add years. the royal family not In residence. ran Vicki Brown, E. E. hidden toes are plain or wing.

Considering their Importance Leedy, Dale Hatlett, Sue A. tip, and leather textures are
and the work they do, feet This summer the Queen also Meek Ed Crawford Otis Porter mirror smooth or very fine
the ( intends to open the royal George Ryder, Frank grained.
are probably most neglected
decorate part of the body We where mews the behind state the coaches palace and JL-TOKIFM: LONG NARROW/ !?OOM//' S-f'ORSPreML'PgoBIEMSI( JWUWLffWCountry- - - - -
them with and
corns ,
other equipages are kept.

:shoes.queue calluses We them stand; and Into walk ill then fitting run wt plan It a for all Buckingham part of a loni Palaceto .term a privacy Impossible at Buckingham Bring New Look To Your Rooms : Women's Exchange I

become kind of
more a
Palace which now la With Ideas
:dance with scarcely a let up. formal London Antiques
The average person lakes headquartersfor overlooked by several new 1. Simplicity Is really the 3. The storage wall above '
more than 30,000 steps a day the Queen and Prince skyscraper buildings. key bringing a new look to( converts a large bedroom into an unusual shop full of l lovely
Philip, where out
they I
Tnd that's a lot of activity for carry your rooms It's a combination a combination bed dressing e Antiques China o Glass a Early American
official duties, attend to correspondence Such customs as family tea
'feet that arc being abused all of beauty plus practicality room. This divider can be |
the time. and receive and on the lawn la summer and that shows itself In ver built of plywood panels and on OLD WINTER HAVEN ROAD
You can begin today to have entertain their visitors. For walking dogs could be watched satile furniture and decorative papered or painted to matchyour |
younger prettier feet by resolving family life they are turning by hundreds of spectatorsat fabrics that can be cleaned room's scheme Shelves between Lakeland and Winter Haven
to them. Put Increasingly to Windsor Castle In a jiffy. The movable and drawers I | MU 4-043
pamper their windows At Windsor provide ample [OPEN I II I '.m. 5 pm. |
an hour's drive from
them up on foot stools or storage units above are especially space for your clothes and ,
chain whenever you can; try JENNINE London the Queen and her family can good for apartments. accessories I!
to balance your weight evenly At Windsor they can enjoy go riding, swim In the pool, Bookshelves are supported by
not leaning heavily on one fifth .to thicken. Vo can al- stroll in secluded gardena and the same type of metal brackets .. .
foot and then theother.. And levlale this unsightly condition that carry you about all day. play lawn games completely and perforated rails PRE-INVENTORY STOCK REDUCTIONSTARTS
get into the habit o(foot baths by rubbing the bumps Whenever you can, walk barefoot used for store fixtures, and
.'in. warm soapy water when with pumice atone, maiaagIng on sand or grass still in private. are easily attached to the
you'rt watching TV or reading nightly with cream to fresh with morning dew. The Following the birth of her wall. The storage chests beneath
.' book. Frequent massages soften the akin and changing latter is said by people In fourth child In about two roll on casters and the
with .creamer baby tSl and shoes frequently during the Europe to bring magic benefit months, the Queen plans to countertop serves as buffet COME
regular pedicures will also to the feet table or desk The smaller MONDAY III. E
belp restore lour feet to their day.For very tired feet try Have a wardrobe of shoes spend several weeks restingat sketch shows two cabinets installed EARLY
normal prettiness Never go standing in a tub of cold water with varying heel heights and Windsor and to hold an on either aide of an 9 AM
around with chipped toe polish steady yourself with one Interchange them. For daytime Easter house.party there. existing medicine chest for
Better to have none.... than. .. hand on bar or wall, then for working around the both practical and decorative -
r::;:: '- -- rise tip and down on the house, marketing, going out results.
e'Tboee. llttTe bemps'so:the toes, up and down again and with the children wear shoes One manufacturer Is offerIng 2. Solve the problems of
'igkr Ptbeeii! are caused biheta. again twenty timei. You will shaped to your feet soft, medicine cabinets In both disguising a radiator with the LOOK at the LABELS
:{ st4:ylip'up-aid 'down'uyptrurthgnpr find this wonderfully strengthening roomy to give toes the move slide door and swing door two closets above. Your room 't.c
.The ear ) and stimulating to those ment they crave when you models equipped with a new gains in useful storage space 9 Cobblers American Girl
Urt' : r*!!g.raneet"the; bard.working foot muscles: walk. For going out for dancing child protective latch The and architectural interest at rs .
: be pretty be foolish latch opens easily with a one the same time If this Is not
wear your stiletto heels and hand operation of an adult but your problem, use the closetsto O Datebook WhistlebaitFLATS
I pointed toes Save your ". falls to respond to tugs or effectively frame a dressIng \
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES in* shoes for frivolity. twists of small children. table, chest or desk.

.:MARTINIZED FOR THE
Around The Town


', ".WINTER SPECIALS WEEKS FOR AHEAD Former Resident Elected Mayor Of ColumbusThe ;, from $297NEVER 6.97

1 ifpfSy JAN. 27 !TUES., JAN 21. WED., JAN. 29
new Mayor of Columbus, Ga. is Harold Hughes, a native of

Winter Haven. SO

Mr. Hughes is the son of Mrs. T. B. Hughes, and his wife, the SIZES 4 to 10

LONG I former Miss i Marie. Story, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cushman Fay, LOW! +

4 'GARMENTS all or winter Haven.

'f The 40.year old mayor It I a "
I graduate of the Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ale Joseph P. Futch: has

' High School and the University Adams will be guests of Mr. been selected Outstanding Airman DRESS :
$49 of Virginia. He la a and Mrs. James Turner of of the month for the $ 97UP

veteran of the submarine Tampa, formerly of this city, 7th Logistic Support Squadronat

service In World War II. at the Gasparilla Ball on Feb. Robins Air Force Base, f ,

Mr Hughes has been active ruary 11th. Georgia He Is the son of

in many of the civic organisations Mr and Mrs Thomas D.

of Columbus. He Mr and Mrs Dexter Dan Skeen, 2420 Avenue F. NW.

Is a past president of the lets Sr. have returned from
u Columbus Junior Chamber of Bellesir where the former M.... Catherine Nunes of

PLAIN Commerce, and served In vol. took part In the Sun Coast Tallahassee has been spending ,
unteer jobs with the Columbus Senior Golf Tournament.Miss a few days here with her
PLEASE and Girls Clubs, the
Boys
.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor STACKS
Columbus Orchestra
Symphony
Hodnett, North Lake El-
Board, the First Presbyterian Anita Lacerte will be
bert Drive. Mrs Nunet who
Church and the Georgia hostess at her home, S39 Lake has been
teaching In the art
Society of Professional Engineers Martha Drive NE, tomorrow department at Florida State

\ The and his wife night at eight o'clock to( memo University, is leaving today $497Styl'l
SHORT have two mayor children Dorothy bers of Phi Gamma Mu Chap. America for an extended trip to South similar

nine, and Douglas, twelve. ter. to illustration

4 GARMENTS Mr. and Mrs William John. 8.97
: Miss Patty McKlnnls. I Mr. and M,.. Harland Beet.ky son; have recently arrived
sophomore at Centre College, of Spencerport, N. Y. from their home In Toronto,
Danville, K,., plans to spend are here for the remainderof Canada for an extended winter Here ;Ii your opportunity to save a lot of money on all types of
next weekend in Gattllnberg,
the winter season. vacation here.
Tenn. with a group of her quality Shoes. Compare the regular price with our "low sale

$49 classmates, They plan to try Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rlchardl James W. Owen, seamanapprentice
their luck at snow skiing. price". The Savings are real. A good selection of styles, colors
are the parents of a son, USCG, son of Mr.
Mrs. A. VanDnyne Petti- Richard Kent born TuesdayIn and Mrs. H. G. Owen la lerving & sizes. Come early for best selection.FANTASTIC.
the Alachua General Hospital at the Gay Head CoastGuard
John of Hemet Calif, former.
!In Gainesville The baby Lifeboat Station, a
ly of Winter Haven la vl Ing here with Mr and Mrs.
ounces. The grandparents for safety of life OFFER!
George Schroll at their homeIn
are Dr. and Mrs. George and property In the waters
Eloise Woods. This Is her
Westbrook of this city, and surrounding Martha's Vine
PLAIN first return visit in twenty Mr. and Mrs. William F. yard Island, Mass.Mr. e
PLEASE year Richard! of Boonton, N. J,
and Mrs. R. D. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. John Nether-, '
Mr. and Mrs Paul Warren have as their guests for I
t. colt, Lake from Buckeye Bradenton have where returned and family have moved to the .weekend Mr. and Mrs. NATIONALLY -Ai "'A'.""

... and don't' forget we they attended the Gideon Winter Haven from their for. W, A, Francis and family of ADVERTISED sNow '
mer home In Belle Glade. Jacksonville! a
( :"A1' Pie-Spot Ivery Garment State Convention held at the
Manatee River Hotel At the ... I
? Moth-Prool Every Carmen Convention the Gideon themselves
.* Odorless contributed $2,400.00 for rr
Dry CleaningFresh foreign scripture placement. ,
u tt Flower-In Just One Hour To date over U million copiesof >
scriptures have been distributed -6'
by the Gideons Mr
JJethercott was guest speaker IU w. eedsdSNAP
at both of the services at the $797
FREE PARKINGIn enton.First Baptist Church in Brad

UP A BARGAIN I and 9.97
Rear of Store Walk thru to 3rd Si. Mr. and Mrs Charles

Schlapper of Caldwell, N. J.
are here for a winter visit.
at our Annual Sale i ,
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_____ _; A tr.m.ndoulltl.diolt of styles
ATTENTIONCHARGES in progress not scheduled for reorders


CiIR'CUSTOMERS Slip.on or oxford types In most

While here see our Spring! Collection popular end hard-to-gef sizes.

R "a linen sheath. makes you feel beautiful!"
Due to fleets of your
Route Salesman, Home Starts Tomorrow 9 A.M. Sharp

Delivery Service will be

discontinued. CHARLES ,

the most to DRY CLEANINGCY3 purchased CHIPS products In downtown may be fid t


Winter Haven Monday "Heeme .f IM..lhII ClehenA j HOES: ;

M5 thru Friday at. .
625 AVE. A, NW.
120 Third Street S.W_ Electric
Acsoss from Tampa REMIND THI CHAMIIRO : 5

OPEN too: A.M. to 6:00: P.M.t COMMERCE 230 W. CENTRAL NEXT
Phone 273-307 TO SEARS

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MAD AT' &U.' V WHY BLAME V YOU WANTED AND HOW.n NOW PAY
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Of all the automobile manufacturers American Mn Nicli Bach won mrdil

Motors is one of the last I would've pickedto 1st round honor of the in Winter the qualifying Haven!

get into the dream car business, but here t t"'y Women Golf Association'

., : are with one of their own. 'championship'eek tournament last I

Two matches are scheduledfor
__ Called the Rambler "Tarpon, the car was
earh week with pairings for I
shown for the first time at the national conven- Tuesday' first round ai follows -

tion of the Society of Automotive Engineers Championship: Flight MnMela .

which ended last week. Bach vi Bye, Mn John

1"-- -.... .,?..----. Crisp vi Mrs J. V McKnight,
i ? Mn Frank Pride va MnII .

Y 1M W Mciver Mrs Richard
Bolk vi Mn Charlea Lathers,

Mr. Harry King It v*. Mn
I L. C Stewart, Mrs Howard
,1. I Wells vi Mrs. Richard Martin,
Mrs R. F Jukes va Bye, Mrs
a.ROBERSON
Fletcher Klinke vi Mrs. Clare

ence Bell.Second
Flight: Mrs. Earl

Moore vi Mrs. Richard Mad- ,
ej aui, Mrs. Mike Downs,. Bye,
Mri Mark Spencer vi Mrs.
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WINKLES SCORE-Devil center Rick Robinon ((301 left, end Terrier I Tt,,, w w vi Loser Mrs in Carl the Huitig opening rounds I NINE STRAIGHT STRIKES-Jar! Potts, bowling with

.. guard Frank Wink III (lib) right, telte aim on two of the fire baikttt they tach scored I fr tr.rkaa will form the first and consolation I Richards Hair Stylists in the Alley Cat League Thursday

I Friday night. festering Roberion Is T.rri.r cntr Andy Owens ((24)) and guarding Win- respectively, ac I night at Cypress Lanes thrilled the audience when she

k'ei it Devil sophomore Rick Anderson Hillsborough, ratad No. I in the stata, won the cord nj g"M Frank Prideand strung together nine straight strikes in her second game.

Western Conference contest, 7550. I Mrs Clarence Bell, tour Her ball was just a trifle light in the tenth frame, 'leaving

nament chairmen up four pins. On her try for the spare the fourth pin wiggled

Also announced last Tuesdaywere but only three went down, leaving her with a respectable -
Devils the weekly low net win 264 which is for the .
Terriers Blue high single game league.Two
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Pride: Class B, Mr*. John others had 200 games, Dot Mooty 203, and Helen

I Crisp, and Class C, Mr. John Botner 201.Weber I.


For E3 Straight Victories r Parker.BOWLING. Trailing In Bowling Bid I


CALLS (UPI) Dick Weber ,-
Features of the Tarpon include : the deeply
By BOB HAVILAND he paid no attention, tank the I through most of the first quarter trying to win an unprecedented
Sport Editor two point and then collectedhis The score wa tied tw.ce, angled front windshield, a large "skylight type"rear CITY LfcAOlfSW L third $100,000 all star

Behind a S3.pomt production' charity to**. The only problem 2.2 and 44, the Devil even window, a roof panel distinguished by a CvpreM Gardena Lanes .7 1"m.r bowling tournament, had his The Best
Owen bad in the foul taking a 6-4 lead after four a
was Haves Moon
tton the hand of junior center work cut out for him todayWeber .
Andywene: : ,- the Hillsborough department. He had four for minute of play But Owens black vinyl insert which extends down almost to BiiUi Brown' Wrecker Ciliu. 8er, ** 2 2 of St Louis, was In Said Of

Terriers ff Tampa made it pastanlurlry the evening, but very diminutive took care of that with a Leldgoal the rear bumper, and curved windows similarto Rainbow Boat Baaln tlertilied a fourth place with lender Dave
beside his 33 point. and two free throw con Metal Corp t 1
IS last the
night at Davie of Phoenix, Aril leading
In the Winter Haven scoring versions and the Big Red wasin those currently available in the Ramblers. federated Mutual Ini. 4'* a'e'
Winter Haven School
High gym .Bordo 4 4 Davis overtook Weber, Thur
Blokel
column senior Rick Rob. front to stay The visitors )
as they moved to an easy 75-SO center Sports car wheels are featured and they are Jack May Office gupp. 4 4 day' leader, early Friday and EGERCONCRETE
held 18-10 first lead.
Victory over the Blue Devil. erson recorded 19 while sophomore an quarter Jan.Phjl fenglnerring: I'. 4''- withstood a night bid by Bob
:! guard Rick Anderson got In the second period they added of polished cast aluminum with knock-off hub Cypren Garden EXRI a I
A- crowd I Strainpe of Detroit to hold the'
: ( near-capacity "' 11. four more to their lead and Bank of Lake Mired a a
!!nrsRed the Terrier.Devil Into the at :spinners. Bumpers for the Tarpon have rubber- Coronet Kitchen. 3 a
11-1 For those who look for come went dressing room Wolfe Mobile Homes 1 I lead.Te (.foot.!
with the
booking first 152pounder as
pirlsoni, the Devilmen fared halftime with a 34 22 advantage William. A. Pearaon 2.
sections.
proving interesting to much better Friday than they The final half wideopen I edged guard Bid A Ch.a Bomber. l' I rolled 225 average for 16

fan. the second half delighting 'I did in the first meeting with Hilliborough wan fact-break more The interior of the Tarpon has four bucket Hliih team 2e13.torte: Winter Ha. I game. His total for 48 games
ftg Red backera.0pe vrn Mooie }f the final was 12,037
the Tampa powerhouse, The !' when possible Midway team am.: Bud Wrecker : BLOCKS
ng High (
I seats padded in the black vinyl. The floor console close behind
with
Strampe was
: thing i ii now evident to Devils atill lost, but they showed through the fourth quarter they I"4.
tocal basketball fanciers Improvement The initial en I had raced to a 29 point lead, extends through the center of the car with the Mortl Hliih C33Illsh Individual eerie.. John J 11939 and Weber total was
It owrn.// 11667.I: .
certainty not over counter found Is The
Hillsborough;: on
their largest of the evening intllvldual esme: John
1 HilUborough leading top, 8236, a somewhat bigeer Owen tallied 14 of his team* transmission controls in front and a package Mortl 246, Wayne Hankln. 319 and La Verne Carter of St. Louis

(averaging 26) seems a shoo-In I margin of 46 points Friday the 24 points In the fourth period. tray; in the rear 330:) P.'. reeplr. 311. Paul. sable l Tied to keep the women' division Calibre
L.awr.nalie
SS3 Chaa
323 Bob Vost
for'All Western Conference hon. lead she has held for two
Devil scored more and the Ter. All toll, he collected 21 in the 212, Ron Tucker .
Howard Elloltt
'
onto, and could well, cop an AU. tiers lens second half The instruments are of the dial variety and :337 days. She bad 5690 pin, compared ol the

Stale 4oe' not position'score-Although all of the Owen Bit \ The M point the locals managed The Terrier 12-point lead In 1 are located in a recessed position in the padded MNSH.VE' LEAOtfiw: : : real SMO to runnerup Evelyn Contractor.Using
were definitely well earned l>te first halt resulted from dominating fcrarllni. !
lied point, there I I. no need Hillsborough displayed the I the Winter Haven back. I instrument panel. Lastly, ,the interior features a 1 1 Sixteen roundl of play today
for him to. Friday night the best defense to be thrown World Bonk T 1 will cut all but two of the 16 Them '
boTrt. more accurate shoot ng, I sports-car steering wheel made of spring aluminum Seta. Farm In. ( >
other Terror starters found the against Winter Haven this j Finalist: in each division The
year .
and Devil mistakes The local Dram Sport Shop ( >
rangeivlUi: .use-...forward The only place on the floor safe lost control of the ball on rule I and deeply recessed. The wheel is covered O, L. glmond ( 2 I two men and women will then .
she Jackson hit for 13 4 4 I jowl in each class Sunday to E6ER ILOCKS A.bumdeleWRESTLING
from
Bon'l I a possible block wat the infraction 11 time in the first W H Laundry
with walnut wood. < *
Tommy Tompkins popped free throw line The Devil W O Bot C CHerron. determine champions
half and:l seldom pot more than E.K 4Tonr.
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and guard Frank Winkles I II. themselves came up with a one crack at a basket before No engine details were announced, but thiss Barber Shop a IMcCroryi
T. Guida contributed 11 and good defensive effort, but the 1 aWagner
and Jackson down
Owens came
I point respectively There sharpihooting Terriers ( hot with the rebound i in keeping with Amercan Motors policy of Con Mr. I I !

could not be a better balanced I over it, hitting consistentlyfrom The Blue Devils played a slaying down performance. It's a fine looking Harry.Shamrock Sunoco Motor lodge 1 7 J
.
ball club in the .tate.OWl'n. the lide did Couch Elertrle 1 7
missed only four shot The Devilmen stayed close to not good have ball the game horse, but. they The Big car:: but AM says it's a "Styling Study" only and High team .erlea: Dean. Sport -_TV. STARS IN PERSON -

of the IT he ittempted On at the date No 1 rated team Red did, all starter being over has no plans to put the Tarpon into production.Ihat's Shop High, 2607 team yam: World Book AT THE
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If sst one miss he war fouled.Twice

when be was mistreated- .1.... Hare ITATIMTU'tg H pI tp six This feet week tall. the Winter Haven too bad. I 514 I\T.HlKh. D. Individual Miller MS, .lerlcn C Wheeler, D. Allor.177 [I NATIONALGUARD [[!, ]

Gnrgt tMvls .....,.-.... 1 1 3 quintet will-' play only one V. Stanley 574 E, Sweet 174. W
Don 'orbi't ...,....._ 0 I r .
; ; ; the.Ch.m. T. Cnnrad 662.III.h
: that against Bloom M4
f SEARCY'S J... II...,.. ......,... 0 r game Individual rame D. AI1or -re ARMORY
lien R rk Rob.tI..n McD.nlei.............._.,.. 1 I 4 1 19 8 berlain Chief in Tampa The Dodd Sorry To Leave SECATLANTA 229 C Weerfer JC5) J F'ber 2211.
Robinson Knight contest has .
AUTO lJuddv Rneern .. ....... 0 0 1 0 V Stanley 313 E. Sweet 313, S EVERY SATURDAY 8:30 P.M.
Mlle, Put .?. ......, 0 I e 2 been rescheduled for Feb IS In Lehman, 2U M Elliott 310 T, WINTER HAYEN ADVANCE TICKETSON
EXCHANGE lIorilon Conpaee .... 0 1 4 (UPI) Georgia the.cuff talk at a closed door Cored 30*. O. Miller :JOT and 300.
Rlrk .Andetlnn .. ,... I I 0 1\ Tampa W. Bloom 304. 8 Butler :303, C SALE AT TONY PHARMACY
Hobby Downs" ....,,",...... 1 0 'o In Junior varsity action, the Tech', Bobby Dodd said today meeting. Marshall JOl.
sal Av. K
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second half to overcome W n-
A HII..h..II. I. ft pIp had to leave the Southeastern I
ter Haven upset threat. The
Ronnie 1.0,11.I M.Jechann:.::k "''':'':.. : & i 13 0 home team led by one, IT.16 at Conference after 33 year but ftN

)ffIee zu.nn John Tommv Atk Tnmpklna n..n ,..". /I 8 /I/I 1 a 10 0 hnlftime hut Ml annt in the he feels the move to Independence 5 BIG DAYS ::\29

SI c. A. Suite Andv Owna" ,,.,,._ 13 7 33 final itanza The Devils held a was necessary Iec I
J. T. l1uld. 4 II 3 a
10.4 lead at the end of the firat
llIv esanov I.. CY 1.01761CLUNKII'I Jeer ".tnand.. .." 0 II 2 /I Tech walked out of the SEC
Prank Winkles ..,,"" 8 1 1 11 quarter.
soyr1 Devil pnlntmnker In the 52.28 effective June 30, Friday when
TOTAIA a3 9 11 'I"I.t.
., .. los were: Ed Misters 12, Lion other members of the 12-school
Hnn le It-II 13
PAT CASH *01 YOU CAI"I Del ,
Hlll.h.rt.gh 1a-1..11..TII Maisano S, Richard Parka 4, conference refused to raise the '
Chris Fleet, Mike Dix, and
I Bobby Townsend 2, and Bob limit was lifted, want hippy r ., r, My rr

Lang 1. about the turn of affairs His t'' 'iI d'.v
e e e visible
e e concern wan plainly
Li r__ throughout the three-day SEC

300 To Honor annual meeting here
"We made our decision to
I a CONCRETE BLOCKS leave the conference after long 4 '
"7 -+ a MORTAR MIX Football TeamOver and though study," Dodd said ,,

a SLUMP BLOCK "W hope to be able to continue
t a PIERS 300 persons are expected
relationship with
fine
: e DRY WELL BLOCKS to be on hand tomorrow our Southeastern Conference .
all the
COVERS night at the Winter Haven l Ut
Moose Lodge for the schools.
e Dl R-O WALL .
-In aidlimitation
Dodd said the grant*
a PRE.CAST LINTELS Blue Devil football Iward.banquf't .
crimped Tech' recruiting
: wIJI e FLUE BLOCKy high school athletic
"to the extent
: a DRAIN TILES director Jack Deedrick laid program
t that we feel we could not comply
STEEL DOOR FR\MES yesterday with, the rule and continue 'I. f fIfj
a STEPPING STONE Master of ceremonies will f a
fielding a representitlve team
I a PATIO STONE be Bob Hollmeyer, presidentof w
I :r The withdrawal, which became .
,) e VENT BLOCK the high school student
i more obvious a* the :
Iv'' I. a PRE-CAST WINDOW council. He was also an endon
meeting progressed, came Fri.
SILLS the football team
i day morning with unexpected
a ANCHOR BOLTS The Informal barbecue din t Jj
: Aye a SUPERIOR BRICK npr will begin at 6:30 p.m. quickness, h #
Tech President Ed
t .. .CS ..h a DRIVEWAY MARKERS and the program will get under Georgia
win Harrison broke the news to
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''CBS Gets NFL Television r Toski Predicts Nicklaus Golf Reign_4Br



OSCAR FRUEY ., .-- son i fa that the large pu", a.
wiI, 1 d Rights For Big $28.2 MillionNEW I'PI Sports Writer have created an attitude of ... .

rlo I MIAMI (UPI Arnold Pal. Introverted seriousness, and t iqg:::;
secure thinking, that the plajgn
YORK (UPI) Too casts the last two Reasons and mer has dominated pro Rolf the ers almost completely IgnwC::?
r11; A bad the Columbia Broadcasting more than double the amount past few year because he li the gallery" r::;
1w System prefers pro football because "NBC' recently paid to obtain the playing to 99 per cent of his He !points to Walter Hagetfir
it could have gone out NCAA college football telecasts potential, little Bob Toski laid the greatest entertainer and bought a many new nil for 1964 and 1965 them all, a* well ai one of IU*,
it Jack Nicklaus
clear powered submarine for During 1962 and 1963, CBS recently, and gri'atcit winners In golf hlnloflC
the same money paid the NFL a total of $9,' can get that much from hit and insists that the touring I prWj
But aince there seems to be million for the regular season game it will be "strictly no r should: realize that they are la*'
4 a much bigger market for National games while NBC won the ranted," show window of the game :.;
Football League games right to televise the NCAA college I "It isn't a question of" what "These days they don't tfe,
than for nuclear subs, CBS happily games for the next two may happen to Palmer Toski dress to it," argued Tngt
explained as he looked ahead to
seasons with of
a
payment $13'
shelled out a staggering total y They might as well be weave'
044000.The the big tournaments of 14. "It
for
of $28.2 million Friday ing a uniform of blue to\cnttSS
next "plum" for bid Is Just that Nicklaus Isn t getting
NFL up
1 the television rights to Its about time they itiidierTffipJsuccessful !
games in 1964 and 1965. will be the 1964 !NFL: title game his full potential despitethe 1k wtwti
analyzed
r"I
which was not included in Frlday's fact that he is much pros
"I certainly! didn't think anyone package. stronger player than Arnold"And I the game needs and realC?

would go that high," con League spokesman Jim Ken he insists, it Nicklaui "-""---"'- -_ --'- -.-...... that as professionals they Sy4;
Tessed NFL commissioner Pete does "catch on" he on display every time they ipijr:
all aid those bids will be will do innate
1 v Ronnie after CBS "won" the JACK NICKLAUS onto the COli rae, Instead u..i
asked for in March and the professional fairways
in contest of sealed April act \like .faced
poker autaffljgj
games a "
"for at least the next 10
,
and the guessing already la years
"Nicklaui has no weakness lie "
bids against two other networks tons
that a figure like $3 million will Belaboring his fellow profeisionals jijj
knocks it farther off the tee ;
understand
for letting "color" What they should
take it. !NBC: paid "only" $926 evaporate
baseball officials than: Palmer or almost anybody
Major league their he holds, is that :actuailylC
I DOG for the Chicago Bears-New from slice of the
who watched the result York Giants championshipgame spring scene Toskl asserted !else and he has a fluid swing would relax them in the bigg
with more than passing interest last month on a that the only pitfalls which which should hold up ai long vot dollar events if :they effort-
apparently didn't think the 'contract oD..yur menace Nicklaus might he lack is he has the desire"Concerning ed! a cameradene with. the gSC ,
I bid would go that high, either, of desire and self discipline his fellow pros on 1P.
particularly aince the 1963 Vittonal Basketball Association "Jack could go on indefinite t he tour, Toski believes that leryThe right attitude is lpMl'by
World Series was sold for only hey hold themselves too aloof Inl
United Press InteralbnalEastern Iy, and certainly fur 10 yearsor proper plumajs,4oskl
----- -- $4 million By more," said the little man from the galleries, fail to dress listed, "because tf 'foil cjnrrj
HAVENDALE BOWLERS OF MONTH-Jim Riley, left and Lois Bailey copped De. "That was quite a deal," said Division with the piano key smile "But ,o their station and are guilty have your shoes thme, camber bowling honor et Havtndal,l. Linn and Wallace Slater right, was high in the said Baseball CommissionerFord W L. Pet. he has to discipline himself of "insecure thinking' which have to feel like an ex-caddy."
I men's division for November. Mae Bebow, not shown, took women's laurels' for November Frick. "It will boost the Boston 34 11 .756 more than most because, and prevents their personalities for And even with everything going
In a recent pUyoff.Pitchers world series asking price by Cincinnati:: 33 IS .547 its no secret he has a definite :coming throuch. for them, he predicted, "th'y',.
plenty" when the renewal comes Philadelphia 21 25.457 weight problem. Personally 1 "There's no question but what going to have a tough ennutfi;!
up feel he'll be great for many color has almost completely time collaring Mcklaua iff tm
The two Insert In Friday's New York 15 37 .288 years to come." the game," he said "One rea days! ahead .\
I Have WilliamsISLAMORADA I bidding contest at Rozell'i ---------- .
Edge
Says midtown office were the Amer. Western Division I "As a golfer, Toskl added :

W, L. Pet.
ican Broadcasting Companyand
the National Broadcasting Lea: Angeles 30 18 625 DOWNING GETS RAISE "Make It Your Jule," Ce nuft$
:
Fit. (UPI- can baseball be to permit an wit Feller" he acknowledged. \
Company ian Francisco 26 21 SSII NEW YORK (Uri AI
Ted Willlami, twinging at hefty asinine situation like that?" "Koufax had a tremendous Neither would disclose the St. Louis 28 23 .549 Downing, who compiled) a 13.5 BILL POOLE, C.L.U.:

a bat at ever, declared yesterday Displaying all the old fire the year and looks like a great one amount it bid for the NFL's Baltimore 18 29 .383 record and struck out 171 bit- = \
that baseball was "stupid" splendll Splinter insisted that because he can lean back and two-year package but it was be. Detroit 11 34 ..244Friday's ten in 178 Innings after being CHARTERED LIFE UNtERWRITEIt. jjj
In itt failure to protect the football' hat made great pour It on when he hat to lived ABC wound up a strong recalled from Richmond of the Oren 10 YMM l.p.rl.ne. In c..t flJ 73., ;
second with a $261 million offer Results International League last June *" C Successfully Anlalln! ,..,1. Salve IiUt.riinntnf .
strides In the do ..
bitten background. Improving game and NBC took show money ioston lit St. Louis 11II'blladelphla 6, signed! : his 1904 contract with cad luilntu Imiir.rtc. Pr.bl.im..
Willlami pointed to the but baseball 'hat done noth A noted fishing authority, Wil- with a $21.7 million bid 134 Cincinnati 111 the New York Yankees Friday
"pitchera' World Series"in In," when It tpendt millions on lama aayt that baseball "II allover CBS' winning bid tripled! the Los: Angeles 118 San Fran 100 He is believed! to have been U04 10th St- S.E. Ph. CY 3-1 til

which the Dodgers beat the new parks but fails to think of for me" although he'd ea- sum it paid for the NFL tele (Only garnet scheduled) raised from $7,000 to 12000.
joy working at a batting coach ------- -.- -- - --- --
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Yankees four straight at an example the background which ruins the ,.
of how the hurlers are basic essence of the game-the during, spring training
"] d like that he nodded
being given the edge."It's duel between batter and pitch. ,
"I'd feel flattered If some kid
like Sonny Listen fight. fro
ing Cassiui Clay with a spot "You can be miles from a thought I could help him become /
; DEC. 10 1963
PARIS FRANCE
better hitter But I ,
light in the eyes of one of ball park but you can tell by a LADIES I ,
Boston Red the when It roundIng have no desires ai far as :
asserted the
them, roar a guy
.
Sox immortal. "They spend third base and going for the coaching or managing goes THE 144 rARUANI SEDAN with .r*..w.y tar wlnrf.w ttnlg, was ..
tnllliont! on new ball parka and plate," be said. "But now I'm past the end of the baseball U.r 4 ky the lnttmaMeml' IMI." at D.lMn .*4 Aitltts it their emwalRVMtle
,leave the background brutal for everything being done for the road and wouldn't like to go" .. for the f.llwlf avr.re'ii
there be back at all as a steady diet. ,
the hitter. pitcher. Sure nay a
Preparing for a hunting and few more home runt but look LET THE MOST DISTINCTIVE STYLING AWARD .all claim

I fishing trip to New Zealand the at the fewer runs scored Substantially Challenger OUTSTANDING INTERIOR DESIGN and APPOINTMENTS j
rated the hlttert don't Clay
tall handsome slugger get I
AWARD all claim
Sandy Kou/ax of the Dodgers on base like they used to do."
Takes On Draft STYLING AWARD FOR W4 medium
at a "helluva pitcher" who Williams still refused to pick RECORDSPEAK AUTOMOBILE rang

might be the answer to the the toughest pitcher he ever UI (UPI) Heavyweight MOST ELEGANT OVERALL DESIGN STYLING .11 claim

American League' Bob Feller faced, grinning In sudden calm challenger Cassiui Clay, certain MOST CLASSIC SILHOUETTE all classes
"But I read an article where that "against them all I only
:Mickey Mantle said Kou/ax and went a little better than one for he will fell Sonny LlstonIn MOST ENDURING STYLING DESIGN all classes
five rounds, Isn't ao confident
'Don Drysdal both were great three and the guy I thought I
!
but h. found Drysdale tough- was a lamb one day tent me about his selective service 1.1.1_ wn "'>.*. by tin SxUtt a fM.nnw4.t\M ee chit Cmwlt
I per" laid Williams. "Thats be. I none for four the next time." examination. ,., ...."'.'1.. dolt. after ..wU.f..fl.. ef ell swu.*9.r Mrs _..re..
"I know I'm healthy, but I'm
cause Konfax throws overhandand "But the pitcher who impressed worried about my brain," he +?P 1, caned for Ml. cc ,.. she mrWl /.
Drysdal sidearms out of ma with his all around acid after taking the mental ,
the background. How stupid stuff, poise and what have you test Friday "They didn't have Mw.er

any questions about poetry"
The "Louisville lip" lined up

G\iMr! Still CUimi gClw" ,Esre g.M yCOVSODTED at 7 the a,m Coral with Gables 89 other Induction drafteesat BUY TOTAL PERFORMANCE PLUS.

center and promised he .
wouldn't open his mouth except

lor The a yawn silence to didn't start the last.day. STYLE LUXURY ROOMINESS and TRADITIONAL MERCURY STYLING.

"You know," he said, "Litton
was rejected by the Army because .
he was too ugly,"
After completing hit physical
INSURANCE SERVICE examination Gay observed:
"I'm getting the army more
publicity than anybody since
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(THESE FEATURE VALUES WERE PHOTOGRAPHED IN OUR STORE)
LAKELANDThe Vagabon
players of Florida Southern Col. o
irge will otter a repertory of
lour playa during the winter sea
ion it was announced by Mel
Wooton of the college' drama
faculty, who direct the student
a
n- 11
!'oup. +
:Atl of the plays will be performed 'a 1i Mr G w1 ,,/
"in the round" in the .
Fletcher Theater lwl
)&ipui exjpt
r.
I Shake perean produe -:4I I
turn, "Midsummer Night'. 1
gtrwm," which will be staged* -
:I In*the new Bransromb Auditor. ; 4
-Um Feb 13 and U.5JThe tl, L F Fw
three other playa In the i ; 4 .w
fwpertory are "The Glasa Men. iit .u 4.
Ierie" by Tennessee Williams,
PA Doll'i House" by Hennk
been, and "The Happiest Day
I fit Your Life" by John Dighton."Curtain 1 h
time will be at 8fjwn.
""
Admission will be $1 for
!ildults and 50 cent for students.

CM EJafbiIl; btalned and by reservation calling the cam may 2-Pc. Dual Purpose Sofa Bed SuiteFull
[J4 i theater at (M.3553. 4-Pc. "Shellaire" Modern Bedroom Suite
2JTh.e.ieason'i' schedule of the Size Sofa Bad Comfortably Two .
Sleeps
iaftgabandi la at follows: "The >
.. ttilU Menagerie," Jan. 30.31, Featuring Large Triple Dresser and Bookcase Large Comfortable Platform Rocker Foam $
'':Feb.. 22, Feb. 28 "A J! :
Rft ; Bed with Built-en Nit. St.ndsDr.w.r 9 8
'
Cushioned Choice of Decorator Covers
I
'.Rouse." Feb. 1, Feb 21, Nylon
I'ftt 29; ""Happiest" Days ofY,8r \ I Chest and Framed Mirror. $15 8 Compare at 5149.95 Anywhere .. .. .,. NOW
;:n7 Life.; "Midsummer Feb. 6, Feb.Night's 20, ? Top Quality Construction Includes: Plastic

i&'tlm" Feb, 13, Feb. IS.Mm ,., Tops, Oak Interiors, Dusf-Proof Dov..T ild SAVE $51.95 *
-
Drawers, Center Locking Drawer Gutdai. SAVE $140.00 *
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laudill Named WAR EAGLE ENTRY-Mill Tommie Ruth Burroughs
of Montgomery, Ala., hen been entered In the nationwide
., Miss Cheerleader USA contest by Auburn University. She 3-Drawer Bachelor ChestModern
Is the International Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi at
W emo/ Chairman Auburn by way of recommendation for being chosen thenation's Walnut
71
'
prettiest cheerleader.Florida J
Blends in Moat
r Stuart Caudill, Jr baa been
me ,ted new chairman of the State Fair Will Decor Built
|ybltOCounty Democratic ExecJjtiv with Top QualityConstruction
*Committee replacing WaijTBce t

Storey, who resigned two Open On Feb. 4 In TamoaOpening I Features JReg
leeks. ago to run for the legis- .

JJature.JtCaudill of the 1964 Florida Porter Wagoner, a musical entertainer + "
was elected at a meet.ii' S59.95CLOSEOUTI v
'of the committee Friday tate Fair In Tampa on Tue together with Carl +
2tt lIht, He U employed In the day, Feb. 4, brings with it entertainment and Pearl Butler, song stylist
Hi* coUe/ctor'a: office in Bartow.. features and per.. regulars on the popular country '
.onahties of nationwide NOW
prom program.A
mIn other business, committeejaaembcri
Advertised PRESTIGE
ence. Nationally
durussed the aensatlonal helicopter trapeze -
;Wg primary but decided upcom-to Inaugurating the Shrine Spec bit of dare-deviltry and a Decorator Sofa
acular as the grand opening
rpottpone making any definite extravaganza on the afternoon French .era list, Mile. Jean- .
!!lplens!) .until qualifying closet of Tuesday Feb. 4, the evening nine Picorteau, In a thrilling Genuine! Foam Rubber Covered In Your $126 $28
Otfarcn 1L:The first primary will grandstand program Include high act, will present their Choice of Nubby( Fabrics. Faaturai Zippered
the Hurricane Hell Drivers and Cushions and *! -Deck.d Platform.
:iteld Tuesday May 1. andOLE Jerry Murad'a HarmonicaU. specialties to grandstand crowd. Regularly $239.00 .. .. .. ..,... .. NOW
aecond throughout the Fair,
primary on May 18. The Thrill Show and the fa", which
i The committee will bold Its ed Harmonlcats will play run.* through Feb. 15, J..
a&txt meeting Feb 17. By through Thursday afternoon end IMCA Championship Dig Car

"committee,flme ave'"tfi appointed, new and they chairman a expect thl'l J I Include evening.Stage the shows Hell Feb.Drivers 719 plus will automobile races on drivers the State will fair competeIn track I Other Values Offered During This Storewide Event! 'f

:!!_port from this committee. I tan I, of the Grand Ole Opry, 5.8.12.15 during'five. afternoons, Feb S-
annannEaHBHnHUMnp VHBimaBm """
Aa the dates of Feb 10111213lilS Nationany Advertised WAYNLINE
draw progressively t a ,R + r
I from Johnson Appliances I nearer, the appetites of adults h ,;
and youngsters who seek e,. 3Pc. Sectional Sofa
citing entertainment are whet.
ted: by the fact that TommySteiner' .
R.C.A. Rodeo, tops in with built-on End yM N
the nation, will appear at the
fair Feb. 1015. Performances and Corner Tables.
4-Pc. Decorator f '
are scheduled Monday afternoon Large .r
$228
Tuesday afternoon and
evening, Wednesday evening, Compare at

r ternoon Thursday and afternoon evening,, Friday and Saturday if- $329.50 NOW Sectional I Sofa f

The evening.annual Csspsrilla Pirate FEATURES: Genuine Foam Rubber By Nationally Advertised WAYNLINE

Invasion colorful Parade ceremonies with the dramatic onstage Cushions, 100;. Nylon Zippered Covers. Foam Cushioned Comfort. S 6129 1

at the Fair will again be Only 3 in Stock! Zippered Covers. REG. $239.00 NOW
enacted Monday afternoon, Feb.

Greater Dependability! I iful 10.Ybor City's colorful and beau.. CLOSEOUT! Large Selection of -
night illuminated Gaspar.ilia

Fewer Service Problems! Parade In front will of the have State Its Fair climax Room Dividers $ 1
I American ChairsValues
grandstand Thursday evening, Early EA.
Feb. 13. Reg. $39.50 (Only 2)) ? NOW fad
Old McDonald' Farm, highly
M popular exhibit of two yean To $159.00 -
ao, returns in its nostalgic atmosphere 18th CENTURY
during the first weekof $68 t
the Fair.Women's YOUR
Exposition World,, the displays international byarloua CHOICE NOW Mahogany Buffet N98

r Florida counties, entries Reg. $189.50 ( I only) ,,. '
In livestock, orchids, hi. ,
'W,cu., art, electrical equipment 2 ONLY! Nat. Adv. Ficts Reed I
1 and hundreds of other + Bronztone Jumbo Size

W I I departments visitor.The Royal will American interest Shows every, Rattan Club Chair $ 5 9 9-Pc. Dinette..Now l $48Were


largest occupy the In America midway., will again $99.50 each . . NOW each

VI Danish Modern Sofa

I For great baked); potatoes 3-Pc. Home Bar Set Smart Walnut, Naugahyde $78
59 On* Upholitary. Reg. $129.50 .... NOW
FORMICA TOP BAR ON CASTERS Only _
Cheer Whit em! AND 2 BAR STOOLS. Reg. $99.50 .. .. .... It Famous SOUTHERN CROSSSleepaway

.THI D.nllh HINIDALIIIIODILlO2lW MOdern rtrhng'".....
.IM' 001 hnllh.dW'nul..nH'1' 1 100% I]
and elect: htrdwood tolidt In. SofaCompare
cherry MUet fruitwood hirdwood vtnt.ri sod Hand t? a Shop and
;,,, Model.5026H, 8'1' 265 tohdt say In n. Wired l
rKUngulir: pKlurt Krttn, r COMPLETE WITH FULL SIZE


'Zenith Color Spoon it I I"II FLOOR' I MM PLES! Values These Nylon Genuine INNERSPRING Fabric Foam Reg.Rubber MATTRESS$249.50 Cushions. $178


:i -"_ :priced as $44995low c21 w iz ..1II11odsHeat

it!
as. t 1Ir...areaSpread Every Item In Our Huge
:r.7:
it! Displays Sold On Our FURNITURE

i Johnson Appliances d hrsuctsKRAFT'S Exclusive Guaranteed FVIATHER

(full Time Service Deportment)JHwy.17.92 .rn.xl.R Of Winter Haven Inc.

LAKE ALFRED FR 2-1139 ,..t.urbM pr. "* cheese Savings To You Basis!
.preocl l hr x.1..1lad SIXTH STREET at AVENUE J, N.W.If" .
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Dark Oak Floors Belle '\:'' :-1 HOT CAT I

October Big ". ... i\ .. 1'f,,;ffl.. ,' COSEMZA, Italy (UPI) A Hemorrhoids
( ". .",' I. L" ". .... .. pet cat was warming Itself at
.r
r: NNEW ... .... I the hearth fire In Leonardo Zac.cato' Fissures, Fitful, end
Of Ball In Homes Now 'rill.
Month For .. '" 1: farmhouae Thursday other Rectal Diseases
p. when his tail caught fire. successfully treated by
Dark oak floors decorating and permanence of "wall.to- The cat rushed from the I NON-SURGICAL methods. .

Real EstateThe "wallflower" for years are wall" in these colors. house Into an adjoining barn, I .
suddenly the "belle of the ball' Rather led by decorators In there it set I pile of straw Dr. Earle Rabb
in home decorating. national magazines, wise women i afire. Volunteers put out the
second highest level of And of all things, rugs are are using; room'size and accent I flames before serious damage Clinic N.D.
monthly activity in new non- given much of the credit for rugs (which can later be was done.
PII... CT '-421' WI..., H.
The cat was lat seen headed M
farm building construction the surge in popularity of dark dyed or moved to another room; i
authorized in Florida in the finishes in oak flooring. It's al to Introduce these bold colors toward the river. .
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first 10 month of 1963 was really quite simple, says the Because the dark stained
attained In October. experts, and dictated mostly by in their floors. I j
The total value reached $133,- sheer old economics. oak floors provide a better
412,000 In October according to Dark'stained oak goes better background for these new colors 1 WE'RE ALWAYSIN
statistics just released by the
Bureau of Economic and Bus with the more popular gay they have naturally increased
inest Research of the University bold colors of rugs than do in popularity corr. THE PICTURE
j of Florida. natural.finished floors. ipondingly to the rug Increase
I The highest level was reached Since World War II carpet In a recent floor covering
j in July of this year and colors have leaned more and magazine forecast for 1964, for .ii ..k.n yoy Iniur. with ...
except for that month Octoberwas
the highest level reachedin more to these gayer, brighter instance, all carpet leaders pre-
any month since the record and bolder colors It's been I dicted a continued strong trendin
level in July 1959. natural trend, as floor covering "gay bold color styling suchas Insurance
la October, 6.587 new non- has become recognized at I golds, golds and more golds." OWNERS-Mrl. Milka Kostick II the new owner of thil two.story apartment Beasley Agency
farm dwelling units were authorized bona fide design element erf any At the same time,also oak floor. house .t 228 Ave. 8, NE. Mrs Kostick plans to make this her winter home. The Ie lien (liJ tINCI HJfl
bringing the total for wall and lug manufacturers reporta were Mr and Mrl. Joseph Foley who .re returning to Tennesr.e to make their home. The Jew iMilty Herb All.. \
the year to 60,322. Based on Interior, just as are great demand for dark fin.
the construction rate of the furniture. ishes. property was listed with Multiple Listing by Atherton Realty end wu sold by Emily 110 Ave A, N.W. CY 3-4147
first ten months 1963 continued With this increasing trend to E. L. Bruce Co., world's 8..sley of 8e..ley R..lty. .
to be a better year than bold colon in carpeting, it'i largest maker of hardwood -- --
the previous three years. plain good financial sense that flooring, recently announcedthat
Total construction for the room-size and area accent rugs all but one of its pre- Progress Adv. No. 2Proper
first ten months of 1963 was should also retake some of the finished flooring styles was now
valued at $1,154,417,000. This ii I.I thunder from wall.to.wall carpeting available in dark as well as
percentage increase of 61 While bright reds, golds light finishes. As few as six
per cent over 1962. The total and oranges may be temporarily rears ago none was availablein '
for the tame period of 1962 "in," few housewivesare dark finish.
was $1,081,155,000. I I willing to gamble the coat The manufacturer of the pop-
ular prefinished and pre.peg- Training
u.HHUUU'U.uo..uuuu ged oak Ranch Plank is even I {
ABOUT offering this floor In a dark | i
WORRIED
finish, too. "We received such .
overwhelming demand from ,
: I I
YOUR HEARING ? our dealers and from housewives -
and builders at the na-1 I
tIonal builders show that we'
_' SONOTONE ;is THE lust had to," said the maker

company to seeIf of Most Ranch rug Plank.maker., E. L. I

Bruce Co., Memphis, Tenn., An Essential
you need expert help on a hearing problem, thousandsand and the National Association Oak Flooring of Ingredient
thousands will tell you Sonotone is the best. Manufacturers
Memphis all offer color book
Thousands have also found many through sad experience lets showing decorating ideas I
elsewhere-that Sonotone is the most economical in with dark oat floors and bold
the long run. accent rugs
In 35 yean of leadership,we have led the way in superior
hearing aids, guaranteed service, established local offices, DON'T EMPLOY 'JACK.LEG'PLUMBER + t

helpful company policies. a1i j,12't
This Sonotone service is not more expensive. Hearing A Is the I a
'Jlct.lf" plumber
,
aids are a long-range investment. They are a dead loss if term used to describe the ftr a
tossed into a drawer after a few weeks. Sonotone seeks to handyman or do.it.yourselfer S ,
1 '
provide lifetime hearing, the economical way. who tamper with the plumbing -it .
Sonotone hearing aids are priced to fit all budgets. All system of a home. He generally
can be purchased on easy credit terms. Plus our unique lacks the technical educationand
.
replacement plan, company sponsored (in 48 states, which on the Job training that are
required to become a license 4f*
need be without Sonotone hearing
means you never your I
(\ the best Is journeymen plumber.In .
aid Remember- never expensive.SONOTONE y'j.:
f- repairing and replacing oil '" ,
plumbing, the man who doesn'tknow .
exactly: what he is doing/ .
; :
,
endangers Jives, says the 'IJ/r/ ": :r ; .
JJ 'lumblng-HeaUng.Cooling In. "-. ', 'u .
the trusted name in better hearing( for years '' '' ;
formation Bureau. Water pollution -
is a constantly recurring i
tir LAST LEMON STREET LAKILAND
PHONE MU S-7S1S problem on jobs handled b1 ,
ATTEftlES, FOR ALL HEARING AID these unqualified .persons 4
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many of our staff members away for training on a similar offset operationso

That Florida flow foes with yon when you
Two Great Streamliners Daily go north by Coast Line-coach or Pullman. they can become familiar with the day to day operation of an offset


with New, Improved Services tide'owatherproblems.NodriverfatigueYou relaxed arrive refreshed on the newspaper. In the above picture Dudley Blevins right, of the News-Chief
smoothest roadbed to the north. Liberal baggage
for the 1964 Winter Season!
allowance: up to 150 pounds.to press crew, watches the operation of the Leesburg Daily Commercial


"' New York end the East: press. Members of the Leesburg crew are Wayne Wicker standing on the

WEST COAST CHAMPION tre 15% on deliciotu, chef-prepared Champion
Plan Passenger representative; streamliner comfort; reeened-/eat coach press; and Joe Abrell, center, press foreman.

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to CNctgo end the Midwest:

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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help ( ) Special Services I ( ) Automotive ((9)) Business Opportunity ((10)) Articles For Sale



Lingerie Part Time 6:00: .. CANED fiber AND REWOVE USED REFRIGERATORS: .
cane or ru.h. EDDIE: Golden

8:00: p.m. SHOP phone FR 3-16S7.21-21 CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST .Rinief J'ro_.. .. .Waener TV.Sell.. .. Stereo Dryer

by Business Air Conditioner Reconditioned .
Salary $3.75 per B fully guaranteed. T.rmo.
UenionKkkernlckpanties TAX RETURNS MAD Oppor- From tMIS A Up. JOHNSON
early for quick refund. H. E: 0. LOCAL SERVICE i APPLIANCE Lake Alfred ,
ATTRACTIVE tunities
). 741 Carroll Ava. Phon Phone 373-1131 Nile 173-1890.
FOR PUBLIC "2121. ..-...b. S 13-TF
lUpi WORK WITH OLD L Well eitebllihed retail buelne
YOU NEED A BRICK MASON ii equipment In ehopplnc c*...
gowns FLA. COR P. BUILD A PLANTER BAR SAVE MONEY. SAVE TIME top Only 110,000 Good ((10-A) Boots & Motors
pettislipi PROMOTIONAL OR PATIO . Ccii term. Illness force. sale! .

pajamas robei SELLING. CAR I-28M. 34-n CALL CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 3. w.u established drive-In bu. .
APPLY ROOM 6, TODAY DR. SD. PS. PB. A.T. OUTBOARD MOTOR U
nee 4 equipment Cloae- : .oP4
BLDG. 141 W. DaILY AJfTCMTIMMOGETS Only $11.000 down.S. On Only. N w. Ref. $ .
R&H. Low mileage clean teal at 1900. Flreetene Storee. Slit

MR. LAWMAN BMrtTSTBT car. Car wait equipment & building St. Av*. A. BW. 2427BOATL

SHARP TUESDAY TUX LOW COST VACUUM CLEANERPARTS CHEVROLET BISCAYNE In city. Can be loaned very sea 110 up. COlI..... Ball
JuJtPvbCOTTAGE Painting PaperIng! reaeonabl boat, Trailer. SMtO. Electric
BFBV1CI DIaWTOET 4 DR. I Cyl., Std. Trim., Outboard 16115, Outboard
.. Repairing 4. Cae Station ".000 .
FARM equipment R&H one owner. e e e e 04, 50.
SHOP 3S to 43 preferred. : ft SERVICE! for Klrbj' Good corner. COSTELLO'IRavendal

In tractor and Iron ( ) Anim ls & Supplies Hoover Electroliu and all oil DODGE POLARA 4 DR. S. Coin operated laundry Weietabllehed. :ltJ.l152
Gardens Road pales for Polk County. ir. Free pickup delivery and aetmelee .1- L J. McCOY . -a*.
960 Cypress Quality Excellent .
tloa furnlehed. Salary REYNOLDS VACUUJ i i ,. Sedan, PS., PB.. factoryair .1'01'
Open I A.M. til J FJI. Ion.. Contact Ken CLEANER I 111 Ii vIe K. Fbon I iI. able.muuhlp p........aat.CY clean 3-80.and Ill cond., one owner, Only 113,300. Term

3(3-6883. Hulchlneon PAIR*, tarn pair.India Call alter Blue CY 143S2. M I I Street. Jan-Phyl Village. (. Patio Reetaurant e Can be (I I-A' ) For Rent, Unf.
Interview. l.u CHRYSLER WIN S 0 R .
p.m. 30-2* leaned or purchand.T. .

Sta. Wgn. t P..... PS.,
.. DAY NURSERY
.
WHITE waltree Vacant store bulldlnr Seertlon
atel I* See Mr. Bum : Miniature Plnche SWIMMING PB., K&H factory air In bopping cente 3 BEDROOM HOUSE CloM-ln. .
and evenlnie. Haven ... Its month. Din Winter, builder
335 00. CY 1-3800. "
cond. 1131 4
up.Beasley
CY S-14S .
Jerry Mardie CY
St.. SW .. ::17 HAPPY TIME: NURSERY 4-1218. 37-TF

: LADIES WANTED 'f 430 Ave. C SB CLEAR PURE Aleo pool CHEVROLET "210" 2 DR. Realty Co.
COSMETICS
Special. LUZIER Miniature Poodle I CY 3-327 ere and automatic chemloal Sd. 6 Cyl. Std. Tram., S-BEDROOM CB house for rent.
ty.furnlehed.; Car .noeuUa7w.Write Loulee; : : II: *. Ulack male, AKC pup pedl Tender OUR Love MOTTO ft Care sin Phon anytime !' One owner. .st Itk I', NW CY 3.2787CE I 145 ME: Ith St 178.00 month.
POOLS CY 3-7S84. 1-l57$ 394-3633. 33-TF
COLD WAVE E. Central. Orlando After I 00 p.m. 293-4990
Jone 23-2f 1S-T1 V

'EXPERIENCED or HEARING Floyd Roberts Opportunity For Man 3-BEDROOM Kitchen furnlehed.newly' Jan-Fhyl.redecorated U5
AIDS
sales representative "" STUD double cat AQHA 183 JACK: ft JILL NURSERY a month.. CY 3-7383. 39-TF
$10.00 lion b..I.. A. F Tinter. Sorrel Cheetnut. Breed for Month I Y.... Motors Or WomanJoin
a. NW. CY 4435*. and confirmation. HORSE Monday thru Saturday 3-BEDROOM duplex, tilt bath. Florid -
Feature or eta!. 131 Ave. C. 8.B. POLK: HEARING CENTER ToolDodgs Dealer room electric kitchen. Niwly'
t WAITRESS. Lak Alfred CT HM3 Coker IS 3rd 6U. lbs fist decorated. $80.00. CY M323. AU
., Hoot trlmmlnx HORSE Bidf. Ctlt St. SW CY ,.no:I growing buslne
,
be neat and : 7th St., ME.
Bob Sfmi"Styled Must Phon 29MS93 JMI
AND HANDLER. Bring HI of
F
automation.
Service and -
coect
S-II7I. 23-2.I
17 and ever. FR
; SALES SERVICE-
or problem horaee
for You green
Especially
FOR SALE. STALI.ION n REPAIRS BATTERIES from your own automatic I BR. I bath horn with O.E.
COUNTRY CLUB EXPERIENCED waltrai 5 dispenser. Full or part tim. built-in muse; 4 oven also
400 E. Wahneta. Winter Repairs Alterations
BEAUTY SALON Apply Muet In b pereon* neat between and .. Fla. 293-U2: 24-37: ([ ) Business Property Must hive servlceible car and breakfast residential bar.area Lane Welkin lot dlrtanc 4 rood:

1615 Dundee Rd. CY S163926u lOOp m. or I'OO .- $600 to $4800 investment to cover to Elbert Elementary School .
Sundown Reetaurant ALTERATIONS REPAIRS TELEVISION REPAIRS coSt of machines and location Min. Phone McElroy Bulld.raai'hl
A".. K. SW. ([ ) To Buy or Trade Florid. Roome Aluminum Die / SPACES 3M-42M.
count Bales Co. Inc. CY 3-5594 Unite 11" x 33 110 00 month. service. Writ name, aIress < .
331 bib St., SW. It-Feb. l i: 35', 11350 month. Winter Ha phone number to: P.O. 3-BEDROOM unrurnlehed. ho's..
JORDAN'S TV SALES & ..
Boat 43nd Street. NW
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WOMENover BUT need) appliance. and fur NORTH GAlls SHOPPING Mm 17-Feb..I i Box 6, Bonner Springs, Kansas Near 1337 2nd St.. NE.. 160.00. a month.
3(4-1447 and w* soil u.... appllino- CENTER 66012. St. Joseph CY ...S.. '.::17
\ Meetlnri. Tueedajr, 1:15: P.1C. furniture. Brooke Appliance WHEEL CHAIRS
Phone 3934801
t M with pleasIng NEWLY REMODELED: 1m ORANGEWOOD
28- An.
County Health I Department 361 Havendale Blvd FASTEST TV SERVICE Of SW.
$30 to $40 1-TF STORE: BUILDING Very nice 3-bedmom, bath Flo
3rd St. and An. D. NW tty can earn -
100' Floor Space Will loaaa. ella mom horn. For Information
P.O. Boa 101 contacting eitabllihed WHEEL CHAW for roIIt Ala dt or divide. In Downtown Win (' Articles For SaleCUSTOM call CT ...11 after 1:00: p.m. 33-M
Cuitomeri. Experience TO BUY V.." /lrtAbl. Hoe lInt B8d., Crut -"..1. Wall dC ..... M 4th Street, NW' 10))
I Reaeonable. FR 1-1421 en. Cnmm"" ". Godfrey' Rentale, CY 1-M35. 21-31/I I BEDROOM t baths, very iparleui .
essary. I CY ".U1. 175 Ave. STARLITf ,.
23-21 A. NW. It-Tf houH. Southeast section, IIJS.
I HAVEN BEAUTY tELEVIS/ON'SEItVIC/ ,: deluxe ducllei rant TOWN COUNTRY REAL
Write P. O. Box downtown (round floor eC, hood In an odlnd copper full*... ESTATE.: CY I-114L 3t-3l
( ) Automotive ALUMINUM .....,0'.11 Ntt.'tV .;d A-l location. II ft. a M ft. Need no outild venting. Complet
SALON and .heat Included I: with fan fixture and llzht. 30
or call 682-4137' 11512,,. JVS.W, Cy)-..3(8) per month on lean TOWN wide. Avenue retail 195.40 FOR BUY RENT- l-Bedroom.WITH OPTION 1-hath boone TO

SCREEN; ENCLOSURE REAl. ESTATE.. Special "3.to. ELU3WORTH AP- with a E. bullt-lne.
AWNINGS 180.00
Haven 0 ermoolit
j ALUMINUM DISCOUNT ,.,." A.M ., M-3. PLIANCES. 360 Srd St, NW. '''21 with 50% am>)led, arnlnntwn

HotelOPENING ALES CO. INC. CY 3-WM 281 ,, payment McELROY BUILD-
Ilk St, SW.' ALUMINUM IRRIGATION PIPE: ERS. 284-4354. Jl-TF
13-Feb.U
I CAPABLE bookkeeper for ( ) Business Opportunity Like new Complete Webete
with citrus /ater-Maater Syetem for 10 acre 1-BEDROOM house Kl An. H.
sot position
SPECIAL: I South Central Florida. AUTO SERVICEDODGE 4" Main ." Sprinkler line.. Call BE. 155 00 month to reliable eou-
I" QUALITY CLEAN CARS CY 1-7437 after 7:00: p.m. I"" pls 1 or amall family. CY 1-4810 aftCr .
to Bos A-1371 %, Newe< ? OB TELL TIME ROSE
: .Ie 4.00
33-M
p.m.
PERMANENT WAVE repllea confidential. FOB ADDED INCOME RUBBER STAMPS tfor check

CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank rVaanclna : BKCIBB: ACCOIMTS endorsement signature. loft RENT! 3-bedroom house tin-
4 $5.95' HOUSEKEEPER: RAM AUTO IALE8. (513rd Authorized Factory Service. On. man or woman wanted aa other purpoeei sIne. dallnf furnlnhed. 150.00 Mr month. Cull
\ loom and board St. BW. .II17L ITch I I ,Chrysler,Valiant Plymouth. ., In this area to eervlca tampa eali. pocket: CY J-496L ..,.
CY S-UI1 110.00 cain.por .....k. ? ..i FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS for the WORLD FAMOUS tempi.. STAR PRESS Phon. CY
man 40 yean elo. an sixth, at, sw \! ANACIN. BUT- 4-3328. Itt Av. A. NW. TReconditioned LARGE: I bedroom hems off Lake
; CY 3-M83. 501 .A".. 0. : DAY NURSERY 17-Feb. AND BAYER ASPIRINS Hnward. Appliance. SIM TOWN *
"For Style That Stay" \ through our latest modern appliance. HO" COUNTRY REAL MTATB.: CT
,1 C sC sv machine In handy pill-box- POINT 30" ran",.. A MAN A upright 8-114L "--..
... ;J.- I UPHOLSTERING which this company will I free.,,. MAYTAO wrlnireweeher.
]RELIABLB lady to car "' OPENING AVAILABLE location Dealerahlpi now Term *. ELLSWORT
dma In my home. Call : LITTLE DARLYNSDAY pu pb cetabllehed and appointed. PPLIANCE8. JS-2 (12)) For Rent Furn.
fter 13.00 noon. : NURSERY our acceptance. Will not In- ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYri 111 A.* St., 35*!: FINE DPHOLSTERINa with your preeent employ: EMERSON TV. I pe. Chrome
CT I '
Pickard'sSpecial 001 I PERT REFINISUINO. collect and refill machlnea.. breakfaet set Hollywood bed,
(4)) Lost & AffecUeaale ears" for your fabric election. WOLFS will extend some ft- mettrree, tlnx .prln,. 286 71b 8t..
children._ HOLSTERY SHOP 314 Avenue aieliitanre to qualified pei. 61'1. CY .148. 2124Now
Licensed Approve SB. CY 3-3710: EXCLUSIVERENTALS
BUT MUST HAVE II.3M.M
LOST keye la vicinity ft .,.. DajNUht.23Feb.. ( 00 caih available Imme-: SEE FAMOUS OLSON RUG B

---- flea Reward.< Ratun I(6) \ \ Belvedere 4 tow for Inventory. and equip. IN YOUR HOME Phone AI
.. IWOi IOUW W MS SMt Chlet Investment aecured. Muet. Cult: 373-1327 Your Ole.... man
Sedan. Power steer I bourn for all Polk
ear spare weekly County. 33 Beautlfu
I I
t .
bedroom
turn. horn. *tn
9MdMy Wltcll Mel net to l.l.W.e color and
radio heater automa up per year pattern to select from nice

Jmlr* Rape (5)) House transmissIon ((8)) Automotive ((8)) Automotive) at once.spar Income time. ehould be able atart to M- Furnlehed apartment t ft t bedrooms.

I stc ), eelllnc\ experience. not: FOR SALE Automatic Waaher. Ex.
XT-Feb. 17 $395 'B a .".. If fully qualified for ellent condition 350. See at :SOB$
FOR ALB IT furnlehed FORD 4-door AT.. RAH. rood 2Atll Street NW.' I I
Dr. Larkln'sJanuary and tnventmmt WRITE "lv- j' :.jHere' t bedroom horn SIN
Trailer and cabana. ir.a, low mil.. .. .
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.It
gg $37t 00. ..
lee. Jamei WWI....., C all CY Addr. and Phone: I I 1 bedroom I bath boma Fla.
raller Park. W681. .1-11 lov, for local personal Inter- your chance to buy a 135 room .............._..__ |95
A Few Of PinckneyOldsmobile waeher-dryer for 312S In top .
Just 21 ft. Noose Trailer FOR CI COMPACT Special with k company repreeenta- Can b. financed CY 3-10S1 eonItion. 4 I 2 bedroom Unt. 171
Station
Our On Premises Bee at 310 Florida Drive. 1N lew tire, enilne Just overhauled.W.ron. (' VEVnom COBP. 36-21 -all-:.-
dais or callWO MI3t. : 0 396.00. 170 W. Pierce St., Lake; 3 Speed Fordomatic e'61 Kitnral BrilvePine
Lawn It, Me. :
Services FOR ALB: 10'xM 1MI Car Lot Ifred. FR 3-1U5. 3 -MSS I Repaired and guaranteed KJT LIGHT oak Sllvertona 3 speaker BEASLEY REALTY CO.

Front kitchen roo of 3rd St. at the labor HI-FI with Cranco AM-FM! .345flLPW
Stone Setting Ringi Reihank- r4tamPs kiizbwar. 1. 1 MERCURY for .. .. Call after SALE! Body Shot Eouln-: tuner. CaU HA 2J250. 11.n CY .nn M crM7i
ed. Prongs rebuilt solid gold tower. 1:30 p.m. CY 3-1811. 34-37 Fd O With 7-1530.leaaa.. Phone AUbz-'-I W-IF
MO NASHUA Mobile $50 A UNITSee SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED.: Good .
and diamond watch band. repaired con ONE: Newly' Decorated furnishedapartments.
50. ..Bod room. all lOt Phone CY J-7M7 ditlo.. New upholitery, J5000. .
.'. Rings and diamond WO TRI Roadeter. Excellent Phone 39JOW 311 Anaua B. BE.
to live In with 10' x 30' 21- eon- 13 unite. I yean old. 28-21 I CY 3-1UM. 17-TF
pendant built to order e wnlnt. In nice court d It Ion. Price 11000. Phone CY Polk Counties 315.000 down. Bent Lo
$artaos.. Will live ,.,... 8-422. 25-Il In Winter MayeR CT 3-S37D. USED TV SETS A* I*. Take;I AKEFRONT FURNISHED
All work rhodium finished for en,.. Leaving for the Sedan DeVllle, 4- lion Specialist t 1-TF your pick. 310.00 each. Johnson i APARTMENT. Utnltl. ......n-
must eell. Mn. 3-ton Appliance. Lai Alfred. 373-1131. able weehl I
Opal green full power y rater MILLIES
the ultimate in beauty "n Wheel. Trailer Park. .... food tire. A-l co..- 57 FORD truck F350. extra heavy EAGLE LAKE ACROSS CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 8-TI- MOTEL. 203.7410. U.I 17 North.
.3 TaiL Wlnt.r Haven. H95.00. No trade. Can be duty. 3350.00. CaU CY M90. >>.*
CITY JEWELERS 330 Ava. C. SW. >>2. 23-21 I Ills POST OFFICE Bar.aln. MITCHELL air eondl
tloner. 121 00. GiBSON Refrtiereor ON EAGLE: LAKE. 1-bedroom
MOBILE LIVING CHAINDEALERSHIP III ... SUNBEAM elertrt'roome. i block houia. 113 go weekly. Water
Phone CY 3-5763
U Srd St. N.W. ;
Tachometer. i MERCURY hardtop fully lit .S. Term. ELLS furnished. Crystal Beach prtvllrc
AT ITS BEST
service and new cable equipped, factory air full power. are offering for the WORTH APPLIANCES. 3,28OICE II. CY J-3001. 23-M
22-tf Why not live In S tour J Service. 164 5th at, (W. Good condition. Very clean t time an elI but tried
0" k .lovely lakeT On. a 1-TF mall equity and take ever 11 true food It erne with an of America rerne-der.pu,4. FOR RENT DUPLEX APART-
pav.
MENTS. Furnished
city tvpe eewere, tine drlnl menu new epproech.heuld hutton full or Unfurn.
"7.11 per month. 3M-JU9. automatic 37300 leh.d. .
Phone
_
direct CY .7
J7-TF
er. power be bigger th.nHOT -
: Station Waion. In .. Wrought
for minimum electrical : A-l MUST BELL 19B7 Iron 11"lao top table. 1
34-37 I DOQS OnHAMtURatrlt
:
FOR: with all the fun IVK 3405 00. 139 Ave C. Buick 3-door hardtop. Will .. helre. ISO 00. SJ3-S70S.. 33.} 1 ROOM duplex at 745 Lake Jiula
acllltlee.. Tb... thlnn :- .. J4-37 flea. CY 4-3171 after 1.00 p.m. .' neeeieery W90S. Drive. Available February let
1. WHITER BRIGHTER are BIl&uraV1 at PALM. : 9SO CHEVROLET.!: Coed tire. ,3- phone number for BLUE formal, sloe! 11. Excellen dulta. Refe rence.. No peta. Contact -
Just Clean. 1800.00.. 2749 175 00. 303 N. Lake Silver Dr. ." .Int..nt. condItion! Call CY 4-3063 aft., owner at 743 screen street
CLOTHES mutes: from Winter .. P, NW.' CY 3-6940. 34-37 Cy_f35ie2. jt-tt I Write Ben A 1371,4 ':00 p.m. jj-$I 31-TF
ot the vlllace of
2. SPARKLING GLASSWARE Lake -- 1IM CHEVROLET 3-door Newe Chief .
loute 13 on Moeety Road.
SILVER RAH. V... automatic ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bed FURNISHED apartment for rent
& MOBILE HOMK8. Ml VOLKSWAGEN eerten. A-I throughout and perfect from Highchair' Chain Saw 1451 Ave. F, BW. Call CY "7782.
3. SOFTr LUSTROUS HAIR NEW USED: TRAILERS condItion 31150.00 tC3 Av. 8, er to bumper. 1695.00 caah .26. Pine, Polleher V. Do IT 2..21
Trade for anvthlnr of HW. CY WUd. J4-37 or term.. CY "711I. .: ENTALS. 3603 Av. O. NW. JS-T
4. CLEANER:: SMOOTHES THREE:
RAIl.tR SPACE -- -- room knuia furntohed.
SKIN 'VFFi-B8 D'J.a : CLASSIFIED DISPLAYSAIE18 FLOOR Sample. & ... chat. ta. 110.00 a week. Water furalihed.
PARK TRAILER! ble*. lempe etc. II 00 up. 804 Ave. R. NW.' 393-6203.: 3 -3lBEDROOM
CALL STATE RD. HO. Phone : *Ti.g'.WlC>UM FurnIture Sel..
12 in .. NW. ij- $ furnIshed apartmrnt.
Cloe.-In new furniture. CY t-44 o.
NOW 8EI.UNO! run BETTER EW. Beautiful Faihlon. Frock 121 A v.. 0, SW. 14-37:
SKYLINE MOBILE: ehown by Mr. Mary Rucker
Palm Shore' Mobile Vlllace. Call CY 3-2874 for appointment.. A VILLAGE OF GARDEN
cut Lake Alfred on APARTMENTS FOR
PARTICU.
HURRY!' 110 n.9AI* oil drum Complete with .AR PEOPt E I. 2 I bedraome.
Eoft Water ServIcePhone and metal il"4 un nn OWEN MOTOR LODGE. H.." "
1M3B.dl'Ol>m turnUhed CY MWO. 21-TV >rth/ 'jS-reb. 33
pion. 10' x M' 4 mnnthe
293-2580 ellent condition. 13.110 II 00 PER DAY rental for Electric FURNISHED XT UNFURNISHED
I; 3-660. :1607 Ave. O. NW. Carpet Shampooer with ,urrh... EFFICIENCIES and I'" BEDOOMS. -
2 14- UP $ of Blue Luetre. John Roland Herd.. : Nice lane ally rooms .
on ..a.*. 23-25 Conveniently located hi Old Po.t&l .
5O" Building. Call CYS85I or CY u

(I-A) Instructions (5-A) Moving & Prater's TO ALL NEW '64 T" Diode' New Tablet name,formerly Mm form DeiADlet 117. I-Tr-

1*. only 1 .Me. Anderson Drug. 33.34 I LAKE ALFRED Nice clean
Special large apartment 170 00 month for
; GET INTO IMPERIAL MOVTNO A NUMEROUS! hwieeimM articles. for 1 adults: includes all utllltlee and
.
Prompt and efficient 101.! Call CY 3-79M. u., of .
34.27g laundry houaa. FR 11461.23TV
all your moving ... .', PARKLANE :

CIVIL SERVICE WORK! CY Arenle 3-41M for Atla for Van free .. Bright JEEP r.................... FOR
RENT: t room furnished d'-
g Men-women: IS .nd over. Secure tervlnc all M etatea with red leather Inter plan M Lynrhbunr. Rd. All eleoc.

e obs. Hilh pay. Short whltewaU tires, radio. j PRINTING LEXICON .tn.. water film I."... Ill 00 a

hours.. Advancement. Prepare ((6)) Special automatic tram- I ek. Call 3J3-7304. 33-M
..
by home itudy for local itate power atferlng NO. i BEDROOM furnlfhed h....... lIPS
aDd federal exams. For FREE brake electric "WAGONEER"V .: GRIPPER Tth. St. SW. $80. TOWN *
CUSTOM MADE and four COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. CY
information white: Lincoln Ser ALTERATIONS Blind Seats 42,000 way I lunch lly alma I* the serve 3-1141.. 1&-,. ;
vie. Box A-1361. 0/0 Niwi- modern equipment SilO
NW. CY Recently en e printed form 3-BEDROOM: hence Stb Street
3-7W4. Mr ?, i| *tj and smoothness of PLUS on :
a car
t Chief. -21 Schoeeer. passenger for the f ripper/ finjr e* the Ia 1:10.: .... 31171 weekly CY ....'108.
Ntw "Jeep" Tornado OHC engine mOlt stable/ V 33-34
Winter Haven Floor $1,095 cargo Scene to .rlp the ikeef I*
('I-B) Loans Up To $600 Batltfactlon spoco. Available In 2-whotl drive/ models. meke the pm tnreyjh.. ''TOMS 4 APARTMENT _
1. A. MOUTX Downt.... Week or month. Ter
318 S. Tint BL Phone Ice. Reasonable. CT 4-1MI. J4-TF
Pinckney Don't Miss Out. SEE THEM NOW
Home Owned FOR RENT Furnished. sparSe
EVA THOMPSON Oldsmobile menu rr-.... cH w. r.
Saturdavaand SERVICE. Income Tex Tonally, Off CT t-0403. It** CY
Open TOO until P 01.1 P.M.on Friday on Loan. I I CY 4-1160. 31U Av*. F NW. Car Lot GIL HALL BUICK ,I ,I 3-300. JlTFFTRNtSHED

furnltur. cre. raiL e".t.. sitk .
on Rental a, ****}
nature aaymiM d ,&1' .. INCOME TAX SERVICE of 3rd St., SW at the .JK..E1*' poq4 ATHERTOV*

Alfred. 13S S' Lake tower. 301 6lh Si. S.W. : ::JALTY.: 141 1'1, Ceetral Ave CT
Domestic Loan ppoelte Bank ot Lake 293-4144 31TO'LEuV

( 31 W, 'kd.,. M.OO p m. Phone CY 7S47 I! hal (' rt'Jt""E" .
rifTi1R.NISSIED
a : I nr 3-00 to '.00 p.n. .. Jt4.UJtI '
co. A c1.p.1IIo : : 02. I HOIVE CVM-ta. Ideal
.u..E. I f>, wif4e ar win eell __......
t 130 Av*, 0. 1C 313-2424. 31-31

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((12)) For Rent Furn. (113)) Real Esta(. For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sate \ '13)) Real Estate For Sal. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale 1 ((13)) Real IEslattForSat.


101 AT.. K. III:. t bedroom furnlnhed -
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houiw ITS year r"!md. M Lakefront HomeThis A Deal Is A DealWe Lakefront Home LARGE 2-STORY FORA
COUNTRY REAL
TOWN &
ESTATE.; : CY HHt 38-3t MA close-la located said we'd sell at the appraisal I Thl
spacious home spacious pllt level horn HilLOn CUSTOM BUILT
price and we will do has delightful view of FAMILY HOME
CypreuGarden
in a fine residential di.-
BEAUTIFUL: : t bod room bom. Just that. Although it la low baa 4 bedroom J'"
Adult EvryUilnc furnUhed 8eaannal 0 K trict facing Lake Mirror 1. bath, built-in kitchen. Cathe.dIal HOME i
Oth.r rental ATKINS. (; offered er than we think it should be. Just 2 blocks from downtown
now being for sale at celling, fun-tonal fireplaceIn
FULL REAL ESTATE SFRVU'E NE the price of $35,000. The house Our loss will be your gam. Let living room and '.IIn. Owner Winter Haven. 4 BR, large Make Your Needs Known '

CY 4-11H. 17-Feb J. 'contains living room dining us show you the lovely 3 bedroom will runildrr small label rantomoas A family room, formal dining CALL ED HALL
2 bath with Florida room down payment' Price room, formal Fla. living ,
LAKEfRONT: 1 bedroom eott.... room k kitchen, 8 bedrooms, 539.500.00. room,
Out la the country. Coir and EY 2V* baths, cellar, central hea and built.in extras which you I room with fireplace modern General Contractor
Uitnfullv furnlnhed. IN rtlllne Separate guest bouse large can buy for 116,500 Only $600 j-BEAtmrn.' COLONIAL LAKEFRONT Hill built.In kitchen wall to CY 3.1744
furntihed TOWN It COUNTRY down and we'll the closing HOME 14 acre of wall in Fla. livIng .
REAL ESTATE CY $-114t.26-2t Helen Whit.7Established tool shed It garage. Complete pay land im on lake while mind I carpet room, 20-
automatic sprinkler system and costs. Many other features too beach. I bedroom t bath. with room and hall. There is I

i-BEDROOM AOL L. KB: houra turnlib 23-TF 1101) coin laundry In boat dock. Lot 130' s 13:!' withfee numerous to mention here. Be shower In bailment owner W. H. McReynolds 2 BR furnished garage: apartment A wonderful MOSt horn AND DAD for
need irowinf
mller home
busy location. Excellent condi to sure and call about this onel! wilt conilder Scar garage Price fmlly 120: of lak .
ownership waters edge trade. Price 138.000. This I twin sue bedroom homeis Chore SO or-
tion. Good net return initial $25.000 or furn'shed 28000. ang tree to pay county' lanes.
((12-C) Mortgage Loans Investment. Call me for on details. This is for a the very family desirable interesteIn property JOHN G. WOOD LOLA BUSH, Associate well located! In blocks the southeast ; Suitable for dentist or lawyers ottaila big workshop right by for the Dad and lot. of a
section lU\ from oaterwhr.
a large older home bavinspaclout & Assoc. Inc. Phone CY :31854 Cypress Gardens road. A perfect I office. 725 West Central Ave Mother can watch the bids wlm.
.. ..."..... rooms and built for nue. Call for appointment to A -bedroom horn on II* acre of
retirement .
.1 'UH 1IC'111'U;" comfort 293 2517 Phone 2931338 EDGAR T. HALES neighborhood. see. land .n L.he Roy In Eiols Wood..
Folks Like Our i Kitchen has built In stove & ; (.11 293-7C07. .2.

Wea1 t f cite 2329 Realtor oven; Florida & living room. EDNA WATSON
Mortgage Loans 'UYOI6S' A Beautiful 75' Lot Lots of fruit trees and a well I OPEN
M EXCFLLE.NT CONDITION 311 Ave. A, SW CY :3IMICY a : landscaped yard. Drive by 109 REALTOR HOUSE

there'i i reason I WARREN SECKEL Realtor :I Woods Located Area In facing exclusive Lake Eloise Sum I S-Bedroom 130000 down.block, Low Florida monthly room pament Only .-. J-0382 Volusla Dr. and call me to see 1 (28 6lh St., NW' CY HUt 2 B R. I bath air conditioned

a wide variety of money mit la now offered at bargain *. KW. CY S-44SO 23 M 28- this home. Priced at 14750. 262 home. Hardwood floors, sprnkIrr .
.26- ,
sources FHA and
price of $5,100 There I Ii II Eves. 1 Sundayi CY 33(105( ---- -- -- -- system, boat house. Walk-
VA mortgage money small park between this lot BEDROOM 1', bath home. Alcondlilmer ins distance to town. On chainof
FOR BALE Kin Rant AnaModem ,
Wonderful *
and A INCREDIBLE for 114 MO You will
available Savings S tearoom bom. It Lake Summit. Owner will always not believe It w.11 rum tree. lot lakes Corner of Lake Howard .
Loan mortgage money I SW Down |M month even after you MC II' I 107' SSino Cools Balanriof
per have unrestricted view of B It. 2-Bedroom 2-bath extra Lee* & Avenue C, SW
Iran S63W total 11HHO
also life Insurance CY MOll 4-TF Live
too lake and of course full use of Place To than two yean old Owner Inveited I .f CY 1-033. 23-24
mortgage 117400 WHY SUCH REDUCTION:
company --
- A. J. LYND
IectE4fcfo.
loans. selected the i the park. Several Citrus tree MUST MOVE NORTH. 1M 8
GOOD THINGS located on this property which Cpre i Garden Area I Helm Rd., SB. :2-2 J Plt43$45i30afln3WARREN REALTOR
type loan best suited to i Chain Of
ls ISO' deep and excellent elvation.
needs- whether for RetweenIkn.Rmiba. antique 555 Ave. A, bW CY 3-4300
your In small We recommend that B Lakes! S. E.
sale or refinancing ,come you brick front I bedroom.. 2til MOVE IN SECKEL. Realtor
see this property at your earli batha Fla. room, .kitchen with -26-
Town & Country! j eat convenience bullt-lni, lot. ef cabinet 7 lam 2J- Section a a _
TAKE
packagesFurnished UP
PAYMENTS
cloeet terreiK floors sliding NO DOWN PAYMENT I.bedroom .
Mortgage Corp. (lam door Into patio Garac I 1 Lovely eparlou home on Unra lot Inwood wctlon. CY IMilO2lt'Frb.
I-1U1 GLENN GERKE orange tree Owner trannt.rred 3 bedroom, 1U\ bath air condition No mad between S lane bedroomi T
177 111..11.- Sine* 1960 CY- ., $7850True nut o' .t.t.. Want quirk mite fenced yard, nice neigbori. : $900 DOWN lOin and dining room. Florida ____
j Realtor for only S21.OHO. Term If deglred room kitchen with built-In.. !I
AltMlkltllMMlllllMlMtMtMl' thl I* a small home, only 109 Sixth St., NW CY 3-4270 Will consider tn rant with option. Bus to all schooli. No cur carport M.ny ..tre Coo- BUILDERS TRADE
19- I bedroom, cozy living room, completely Flrit time offered.Beaslev city taxes 4 BEDROOM HOMEIN turei. A reel beauty Muk
FURNISHED: even to automatic Assoc. SOUTHEAST your appointment, today. New ll.t- 2 BEDROOM HOUSE .
.
weaker payment ISO
Call Allen Dowd 2942402 after Inw.
monthly. check 2112 Lak* Janet Chadwick Realty C*. SCHOOL AREA Screen Porch. (5,900 $55

((13)) Real' Estate For Sale .Drive ld* NW. ihn' phone: to: eee .In- Reginald Baker SM Stk. St, lOW CV J-1751 6 Ave.p.m.A, or& 26th see St.at, SW.tract office All rooms extra large Beaslev! Realtv Co,. Per Month.

2628SEAUTIFLIt. Wall.to.Wall carpeting .Sl IIh lit., NW ry JnnU' Call Jerry M.rdis

:The Boss Says ; .iiiiincYiI& ; : BUDGET MINDED! JOHN G. WOOD Florida room IV* baths. seeis CY 4 1218

'S8 month lnclud. everythln*. 1 Closed garage. BY OWNER CUSTOM BUILT I-
VIEW FROM THIS h.dmnm screen p0mb. CI..III. & ASSOC., Inc. Walking distance to all bedroom l-bath modern all .1_ DAN WINTERSCY
Sell )
REALTY LAKEFRONT: MOMS Move III tOday Inc home Air' conditioner: under
Overlook In, Lake Elbert. 3-Red. 1 Bedroom 1V4 bath. Developers Builders schools round Irrigation hallow well. 3-1433
4 BR.. 2Vi\ bath parquet floors, room, 2-bathe. drtpei. carpet air 203-2517 or 213130 All for $19000 with $900 corner IN: )' > 130: 10 varletlo fruit
attic fan. built-in kitchen, large conditioner, etove, lawn Irritation.boat i Bedroom 1 bath Bun Acre. down and no closing tree. nlrelv lndwaned. Priced In 26 tf
lift and dock All Included for Low down payment A monthly s-ti. JV"! BB 14th It. :J9J-H2M. 24-27
24.28
utility screened In rear porch, L.it., I Goon. Uhml... .ale., only S23MOOO Call CY 4-1744 Dr payment costs. TAKE OVER THESE!: PAYMENTS:
alee neighborhood, near 34-31 drive out to 20 E. Lake Elb.rt SM a monlh. I bedroom. 3H bath
Drlra and deal with the owner 4 Bedroom 14 t>ath. LEIS BROS. with carport. Call Churl B.
schools. No qualifying. You Call Jerry Mardl. CY 4-121H "1' Garden Grove Froemk at Rchoenlhaler
Co.ftcullor
21-M
BUCK
Dan Wlnten CY 1-1433. 22-TF
name the down payment J-EEDROOM HI. bath city llvlnr.no A home of nreitwe and dlinlty Eicellent : REALTORS 2V4-I12I after COO. rail
make your own terms. city tau.. or will trade for condition One owner pro. Just a half mile Eut of Cy. :2M-M11.! 2S-M
hou. trailer CY 1422. 24-27 3 BR LAKEFRONT eel.. Upper lees. Inarertloa Invited 12M Slith St., NW -
Sie at 2411 Ave. A, NW or can Modestly offer wanted Will take (Opposite North Gate) ]pms Gardens on State Road :rOR: BALE BY OWNER new 2beiroom
I
mall houea
a down pevment I I 540. Many new models now hone arrau from IjikeSeveral .
Allen Dowd 294-2402 after I BRICK front reildenc In eicellen 104' on Lake Alfred. Furnished (.eraie apartment* rear of lot 2 4.31(7 I fruit tree. Call 3S3-6S44
Priced Home
condition t bedroom. 1 bath. bedroom t bath, Fla room, Out of Stale own.r II ready for your admiration -J:*.
pm.
OverlookingLak I H. rldllr.. large living room, birch cabin. US Ave. 10, KK Eve A Sun. 294 2S52 I :Drive out today and see these .
11111IOO00. Schoenthaler 4 Co Centrally located convent II.TP I two I:5N CHAIN OF AKm: New' 4
and three bedroom
new
JOHN G. WOOD 284-3123. Jt-M eta, built-In oven Extra storage I bedroom. I hath horns 40
thl
ent to shopping areas
room utility room term- 1101) DOWNS Medallion homes In beautiful I parch do.ihl.' canwrt.BY .
& ASSOC. Inc. home includes three bedrooms floors t S BR CB Home. Several Garden Grove.JOHN :r"i.nW".1: i,10; lAbs Kline ibvn.r :: .
10 ceiling heat, seawall '
two accessed CHARLES McrOMir. Rf|. looker -17- R".d. CY .t74o CY a.'U2.' 1.Tr

2)3-2517 Phone 293-9303 Modern porches and garage This sprinkler system. 2911-2141 I Q. WOOD oW1'lii.bo...... t-bath

23-26 B Ranch Style home la in good condition Boat It Motor Dock 1111BLake II I It.double NW.carport Small. word dowi. ttowlt payment. Slat
DISPLAY
CLASSIFIED
HomeON and la priced to sell at & Assoc., Inc. CY -MI4. '427IIJAVTrroL
550 Pena. Awe Like Alfred
"11ft. t Tile bata DR, Breikfaat $8,500 with payments of DE\ELOPtBS BUILDERS nAMB

room. beamed P.nol"l calling LR with Paneled atone fireplace Fla. 40 ACRES OF lAND $50 per month. Call Zella Owner Occupied "It's A Good :293-2S17 or 293IXM I I none.lirnt condition HOME Lienlrlrnlly ruralehed --

fc, floor furnace. I air conditioner Pearson for an appointment 2329 : healed Cloee-ln.' 11. Av.
t ear garage, 135 x 1M' lot Xnfoy' llvlnc at SLEEPY OAKS to see this offering 2421Jt'BT !II! -- C, NE_22-2S
evVrlookln Lake $Hortl'ld. 23uO RANCH Home h.. I bedroom 214 Life"
12th St.. NW. Call :293-5772 for appointment bathi. llvlnc k dining room tim- A pmtlg addreu along with FOR SALE OR RENT .I3M.00 DOWN. Walk. to Khool and?
avenlnn WMkemU Mace, large Da Room, terraiio'loon LEIS BROS. COMPLETED T mom' block. store. from thl* IS bedroom
modern kitchen with built hi* preitlge home Spaclou I bedroom Three d home located << 'rime home IH 7M/ F.nrlcwve
16-IC Torrh.'
.
bath.md It with "vI.BWII!
hou 1 completely tiled l
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Enjoy a
In oven ft rinre. dlehwtiher. I REALTORS 2H bath room large n e e hill Ave nil on .fcONA d RFAI. EATATF DM Ave
J'IRST MORTGAGES FOR !SALE. ear carport. A lanta ulllltv Deepwell kitchen Deep well pttlo, attic Inlng room, hardwood floor mod- beautiful ell-brick home : I''a'itICro dead, SMm down batC:; SE. CY MIST, CF 3-34115. 311-fl \
Box Garden, 30 acre of the toll ha* beei 1200 SIxth St., NW fan, .pr* heater terrauo.Between 'rn kitchen with Flair even, ar' ince per month, or will rent -
P.O. 7. Cypress filed ac Fort Mead evil and Cryital Beach and Laka "ondlt Ioned, carpet, drape Lot In ,n one year lea... Call William T
Florida. 54-80 deal for cltnie. All thl* for enly (Opposite North Cite) Mtllilte. 1320 MI ft. of living area 00X130. Irrlgitlon tyetem with delightful ruiMelle: owar, Lakaland.HU I A
REPOSSESSED; HOMES Low IMOOO Owner wlehe to trad 294-319T W I J27. 112600 CY i-3601. 2--2S j pump. dork host lift 1 cir feral J HIJ3 i **'*' Dream Homo
for home In Winter Haven or will -
monthly payment. Modem CB. I .ell 20 or... ef land without horn *. Only |25.000. Term U deilred LEISURE SHORES ;IPTilli- AN ELECT R I -
A I bedroom eonntmctlon. ContactCY for 112.non. ririt time ever offend Eve. t Sun. WO 7-711 HOME. Clean Neat Ony Clone- For TheWlde.Awake
4-2621 or 293-21TS FIRST Be. u. today It cant lat. Country Living Beaslev Realtv CA.S4 LEISURE SHORES Is. I,n. Half rash. BY OWNER lit
MORTGAGE: CORP. OF FLORIDA completely developed A tva C. NK 23.:M4BKDROOM
.:24- I Cab St, NW CY H7S7
Beasley Realty Co. mis Waterfront to Chain Of Lakes. --- community with I city -- BY OWNER

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRetirement 134 6th St., NW Delightful 2 bedroom home on water, city sewer, side 5 lonth Tart >H bath central If you appreciate qualityand
beautiful Florida NOW IS THE TIMETo .
canal. Large .t and air conditioned Near new
| | CY S27S7 CY UI71 room, parquet floors all elecrie Visit walks, curbed streets, :hopping center Ler.e corner lot have always desired
21-23 "oaK IN THE: CITY kitchen double street lights. Complete Fund term Call CY S-275J: for anointment. the extras only found In a
or COIRSE1 carport.Only 23MJIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIII .
i Special. i iE But live In rUul Cyprus Garden 10 minutes from new landscaping. Chain of p well planned cuitom built
SUN ACRESOld i home should Investigate -
LAKE: ROY ON CHAIN. very da- area and Imultaneouily feta shopping center Only 1 year Lakes aeceii. ( Lake i you
(Irani ]location I....e wooded lot real bargain In a home. Only this offering
The perfect package located i Including f emS.. tree. Lovely ten minute from town but away old. Priced to sell. Financing. Hartrtdge), No city I I i CLOSE IN |
= within walking distance i linnet new CB home .-....d..m.I from hunlle and. biutl of the city, Drive by 1020:! Edgewater: DriveS Winter Haven.Lakeland texes, school bus service E S BR ] tile baths -

= to town, schools, i tile Mil bath.er Ifaje. Ideal 2S3-7M1 for childrenWill 24-27. near colt country coure club of new Khool CypreMOardena boa .E. Eloise Estates then phone Highway State Rt J41 directly Into subdivision :i AIR CONnPITIOVED E family room with lovely

= and shopping. Picture \E top In quiet neighborhood overlooking us to see this lovely home by :: :] BEDROOM = fireplace double garage

= perfect exterior with pos.tage j I beautiful Lake Wlnttnet. appointment.S. Beautiful 2, J 1 4 bedroom m\ :: OR E with room for a boat and
NO DOWN rAYMENTb.d adjoining by canal the laka Cyprei bath homes . Spaciouslots Medroom 2-Bath : = extra storage plus
cutting. I1 bathi heat lair : 2 BR AND DEN
x stamp grass room ceiling Garden I* on! Mparala' fall- A. MOORE .
s Entry foyer into carpeted j lot built-in kitchen. Very nlca gut, halter, 4 bedroom. (on. air- and country living. Family Room : MODERN KITCHEN E many other features such
horn Call CY S4067. 24-M conditioned, ), ..,..rat. dining room. as a double lot In a secluded
enhanced by i ONLY < BLKS. FROM E
living room I, tiled bath. modem kitchen ample Realtor AS LOW AS $300 DOWN Price $14,600.l,500 lakevlew setting -
= real fireplace. S bedrooms j LOVELY LARCH! I Bedroom Spaolh clout and .tOI'.... Mreenedporch. DOWNTOWNPRICE E
(one separate with i Type him Cyprei. Garden ,.1'*... nicely landscaped Office Phone CY 34(111Suns. ( SEE JERRY MARDIS Out Hevendale to N.W. II4.MIO E underground irrigation -
Area Florida Room. Centra I/S acre plu.. hn.... of tan Ocala J. Eves. CY :13211 Ei fully equipped kitchen
= baths.screen 21 I it St. IT'S EXTRA NICE
bath : North I
private ), two turn :
,
Heat S13 500 CY S-0011 12-TF Itlork. about 2400 *q. ft. Price. only DAN WINTERSBuilder etc. Total price Is $26.500.
patio, swimmingpool. 125000; phon owner CY 1-1711 2421 mile to Leisure Shorts i Call RUSSELL FlAKES Call today to see this desirable
= Extras Include carE 2-27 Developer office. | home.

5 pets, drapes, dishwasher, E GraciousLakefront =Y 3-1433 or CY 41211 : Evenings & Sundays E

5 range, refrigerator, disi i Eposal WE RAVES Contact CY3.il3lTowN E LEIS BROS.

5 custom bricked in E B Picture-Book 28TFL'lllllllllllllllllllliiiillllllllllllllllU F
Bar-BQ Price 20900. j I 3 DOMES Charles ChuppCY REALTORS

Appointment showing only : Home As Low as flM Down and Home i, COUNTRY 1200 Itb St., NW

I Call PAUL SMITH j Living room carpeted, Florida Low Monthly Payments that Incorporates every f 4 BEDROOMS 1 1f 3.1311 lflMnoa [ijlli'rn1 n mmrj'ni'I (Opposite M4-31I7 North Gate)

Nile CY 3002 : room, cork tile each bedroom VARNER REALTY family need. It features :3 a or Your Broker C'13-1141 WLuLLLnIUinU8IlIIIiIIIIlIlIIiIIlllIIIliIlItIlIlIIfIlII
has own tile bath, all spacious, large bedrooms 24 baths f BATHS | ;oj- I L j Mtes It SaL 214 252.
I.I 'th SI NW CY I MM
central beat and air conditioned. but it doesn't stop there. : *;1 .

I TowNCouNTt"lllMagnoRa Fine landscaping with 2t-27 Full dining room and spacious = LAKEFRONT, LOVELY = .10. 2t&za
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lake Irrigation system. Price living room and sunny = LOCATION. OWNER E ClASSIFIFD DISPLAY1Rwf

i [ijHi'f I 1n fi' 11111TT really reduced. Easy terms. screened porch provide = HAS MOU.D. ANXIOUSTO E
I lluIllIlupullpiIIi'III'l'IlilIlulll''u'tGoneGone, '' '
=
: CY.3.1141 1J\1S1ruU.\! xJUthiU outdoor living In any SELL. MAY I SHOW Es

I Bes'ey Realtv Co. i weather Many other features YOU =
EilliilllIIlliillllllllIllllllIlIIiullIiIln. round out its perfection. .
26&2>> I 34 Ith St.:NW' CY 3-2757 Custom built with I CallELE4NOR | B

CLASSIFIED-DISPLAY Gone -| a prestige address. All this I IGLEHART |

i Yes, the owners of this E for 32000. : Evenings It Sundays

three bedroom two bath
home have moved away = LEIS BROS. |i CY 4 U12

: OPEN HOUSE and gay "Don't let cur = REALTORS

house stand vscsnt." = 1200 Sixth fit., NW' j COUNTRY
: TOWN
Located on s traffic free E (Oppoiite North Gate) i

S Jn: da! 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. I street In the Southeast E 24.3117Eves. 2lPMuqnoIa rj1fi'mn rrtWjn1f! !
ares, with school bus serE I
3'11411 1ISWU. UIiJUIl1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi
E It Sundays 2942S52 :i-
vice available, it's an

CRAND NEW ideal spot for children. EYes

there's a Florida = 26 A 11CIAS5IFIED .
room too It's panel- = i
ham ,In .... eectletl ef City
C.m. me hit' btiutlful w led and air conditioned. E DISPLAY!
.10. t.; new fhepplit Center. This name ht t large
The kitchen Is equippedWith E
bed ream*, tOe kith a cite living ream' Iashiv5 cut thryxraened
ell.. d.ar* tt a delightful ,In ,,".. ait *.lt eleetrl, = stainless steel oven E BEFORE YOU BUY SEE THIS

kitchen, dicing *re* etC 605 living room. Llvlni, ream and and range also a diib- El OPEN HOUSE 2 P.M. TILL DARK

kedreemair I".. nyln .rp.t. This hem hat
: "dli.nlnll' Coubl cl. .*..ca. storage throughout. = uri '$9 ui6i LOT nriNSimr UNOSCAPIO Corner .f 14Hi COURT, N.!. 1 HILLCREST AVE.

To see this "FAMILY | SPLIT
The Address13186th I Lre a >.-LM OH.remll. M. Itft. Utility c Ot
PLEASING" home call E kitchen. *0ft. ;f ke.utifui nabinste I f PI Whit t..r.s. fleer 11e.1r1. *.'iI"| ft.._
St., S.E. GERTRVDE BRYAN EMteq Cereml sits wm,'.,, sliM... tnC kaa hearSe Well
C snrats"* .-....* p1.a.teoe* well eexeve ataiilnfa
& SindaytCY34U = Lara a eareen.4 ti Aie e.nd.lmisd Central Heat *"
MOORE Realtor leak S. A.
t* ,..., It. til. reef living ares ever nine ft.
C ity meter ..". teals, eed.r grendslrte CISC.yt.m 2-Cor Goqe0340.hSeN.W.CTJ3717
Office Phone CY 34M Sun. & Eve*. CY 3-3210 r. sodr.e hind. rn.leCls.o
TOWN COUNTRY I ro'w": tIItCAL lUMS -t\, BEASLTY REALTY CO.
C. H. BLOEDLE "...r. E" As.oeiete 6 mi. I. c".... Oeeees-e5 11I1. ii W.H. sOy IIIII't. LEVEL "

"M noa.mli'r11n I

ON THE PREMISES : CX3-II4I 1 !WiJu. uWUll! : I. IIASIIT. Ill MO. ITH ST. U

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Page' Twenty WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLCRIDA Sunday, January 26, 'I96 4




i YOULL HtvteeerAwAY T cucr IN nun. )OUTWO-6P1'aaPAtINDSCIIMMNIANClAMO Special Train Set For Fair I
WITH HtiPti*A fmsone* rft you CAN'TtSCW fAlf/,
: :
J-TA STOfUSf
I ,
Classified Advertising I m Atlantic Coast Line Railroad The fact that the special will
arrive and leave directly to and
will train from
J run a special
i
from the fairgrounds! late will
2pS Winter Haven to Tampa for eliminate the hazards of congested -

I ((13)) Real Estate For Sal.I1f ((13)) Reel Estate For Sale the Florida State Fair and Gaspirllla highway traffic and the
Parade Monday Feb. 10. parking problems in Tampa on
\ The train will leave Winter Gasparilla Day.

WOW-eel A 1ifililt Haven at 9.1J: a.m. and arrive

D 2P at the North Boulevard entrance FALSE ALARM HURTSMANCiESTER

Spacious I What A Buy! 11:15.: to the Fairgrounds at Eng. (UPI)

Drastically Reduced ., Returning, the train will leave -Mrl. Kathryn Burgess, ex.
Retire the Fairgrounds at 5:30: arriving peeling a baby, woke her bus.
$2,000 Spacious 3 bedroom, 1 I Winter Haven at r.20.: band Friday night and said
Value tile bath home in SE!: section A limited number of admission she thought( the time bad come.
ment Walking distance to stores ticket to the fair grandstand Tom Burgess leaped out of
school Fly room attractive THEYVI aor UGLY NAMUK I'M A SUSINtM WOMAN, VI10!- ,AND t a i and bleacher seats will bed, dressed, dashed outside to
kitchen with Iota of cabinets dnY4 WHO TAKC CAM MWLON7 OVUPAV AN (MPIOTCC JUST SCCAUM ambulance, and ran
THAT* ICTTW.O f IT 5Tll! JORTA MTHCH Mt.DAHLIN6 ntUlNTi FROM Sins I IOVCD HIM! WU IMNtD THAT INCRfASE be on sale at the ticket officeof call an
Air conditioned, fenced backyard I !- aOON tljAN.IIKC 1 MAYBE 1Hn RAISE NONESTLYI $0 STOF OLOWtKINO AND the Atlantic Coast Line and into a lamp post A passing -
irrigation system. M AND ENJOY LOUR NO) IM SAIAH VOU TALK AIOUT liNCW ai Nict TOYOU* BOSS! should be bought well In ad. motorist drove the dazed,
Wilma Hudson block off of chain of lakes. Only HOMO! JUST A HAND-OUT! a vance to assure good seats for bleeding and black-eyed husband -

For splendid comfort, thus i 2 $17,300. Good term.. Owner -< the parade and afternoon per. to a police station and an
bedroom 2 bath home in Lake leaving for North. Wants inv formance. ambulance took him to the bospitil. -

Elbert Estates, features wall mediate sale Let me show you Information as to round trip .

to will carpeting, drape: this today before you buy any rail fare and tickets may be Back home, Mrs. Burgess

throughout oven range, refrlgerittor thing. secured from J. B. Harley, found it was > false alarm and
and attic fan 1400 oc agent, Winter Haven or other said the baby wasn't due for
quire feet $17,500. Cal Beasley Realty Co. Coast Line ticket agents. another two weeks.
me now for an appointment IM (th St., NW

CT 3-27ST or CT 3-2171

;n $.1."c'/11'UJ./ : "

eat fib: te'I.tY4)I6S' OPEN HOUSE


ALL WEEK

WARREN SECKEL Realtor Come by at your convenience

-28DPTLEX and look at this new 2bedroomhome 1 PpJa i iI
located In very quiet _
APARTMENTS neighborhood at 535 S. Nekoma Rr
.;
unfurnlihed..
Furnished 8hlpp Heights or area Pheno LakI CY< in Lake Alfred. Call . . .
:c
1-7MJ6.: 27..Jan.n WILLIAM A. !BOWSE BmlldetFK


IDYLRIDGE OPEN HOUSE VIEW 2-1492 10- $1 X501RIlL


lot 1ST ST. ELOISE
J $9,950 I Room hoiin for ..... Hot water
heater, new roof lot M B 100' CALM
\ Out Havendale Blvd. Turn CASH ONLY, no reamnabl. otter
Roadto refund Write Mr. a Mr Qultman PRIOR
St. Airport
right Slat or O.W
Cone, P. O. Box HOJ, Sanford, 7f
lot paved road on left, or Fla.M-

call ..,
CT 1571
: 22-Jan-22 Home And Pool

Legal AdvertisingNOTICE -Quotes From The News- I TRAP TOO EFFICIENT
N mntodmemC7I.d: .....rn Antie
134 Bargain .
Cd OXFORD, Eng. (UPI-Chlcl
NE. SIS.:MO. CY S-UtM. 13-Feb.
L !: or BUM WASTED: BY By United Press International Rockefellr attacking Sen. Bar. Constable J. E. Bailey announced

$15,650Imagine TOWN Or KAULK: : LAKE!:, tLA. I NEW YORK singer Eddie ry Coldwater's proposal that Friday night that police MAtI. COUNM 'o.AY

A Very a truly lovely cutom I Town Notice Council U hereby o( the gives Town that ol Eagle the Fisher replying to Elizabeth the United States should threaten had closed down a radar WRITE Ati* tuning Center, Int.
.
bullt home with new Lalu, folk Florida will Taylor's charges that he was 1230: I Coloni.l', Orl.ndeDor
B County to sever relations with Rusala speed trap because "we got so Slrt' I would Ilk' .
Neat Home and receive waled bid. until '00 p.m. demanding SI million as the T .
swimming pool patio if the Soviets do not
on February T. JM4. for the Durchase price of a divorce so she can agree many offenders so quickly thatit ATLAS alno.rr. Po LACfo on 1, |1I.M
for only |15UO total price. and removal of the following to' certain concessions: .
... .... .
Richard Burton: was more than our clericalstaff 1230 -- ---
redecorated. 1 bedroom CB This four year old residence ducrlbed property, tc>-.ltI marry "Breaking relations Is traditionally
Newly horn on corner lot Large clowili. consists of two bedrooms One (I) huun wooden, two-bedroom "I do not wish to be financially the first step toward could cope with." He said E. Colonial ....- 'tens.--.
dwelling located on Lot
kitchen. with built-in* carport oven cell a r.naa heal paneled Florida I e. Block 17 ol Terrar. Bubdivllon. married to Elizabeth Mr war, and this country cannot 800 speeding motorists were Orlando CtIf..ii..i:# .dl..a' .:.:.r-
Drape ahallnw* well utility* pump. Fenced yard. room, modern kitchen with Town of Eagle Lake, Polk while she" ii escorted by afford to break off com mimics- caught every three months. _
Walking dletanct to rhool. t anonOnly .*. bullt-lns and I house full of map County or, plat Florida thereof u located shown by In Burton. ions in any form. i

",800. Good term charm. All of the rooms in th. office! _of the Clerk. In and ;
NGTON P W rat
WASIII rta e
for rom ""UnlYIorloa.
Beasley Realty Co. this exceptionally well- Bald bouu ....In. located at M Johnson urging passage t the;
maintained home are large Terrace Drive. North In the Town
tot Ilk at., MW_f TJ- !?! and carefully planned for 'I Df Eagle. Lake, Polk County, Florida 111.5"Each billion day's tax delay cut bill in the: passage The Historical Record of the Death of

HOME in living pleas
TlKH utmost
the
NEW-t-BBDROOM Bidden mu.t (til* the price of- of this bill withholds from
and
Tlortda room, built-in rants .
erd for the purchaa and removI
t men.tn, Ibik r.lec-Trend fence Lecaled heat, Jan Llletlmerh -Phy1 ure.Do your family! a favor I of tuccrMful the above bidder described will be.home.The Clv. our million economic that could bloodstream be pumped 130 PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY

I Vlllmre OWNER WILL IACROFICE by letting us show you this ..... lowering
MS1aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiliiiiniiiiiiiiy I I 'In a .on.bl. time within whlrh Into the economy dally by
rent Call M3-H81.
or delightful offering today. ''I 10 remove the said house. at hi"xpenM withholding rates from IS
l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I! I I l II lorallon.Add.. ,. from th. above described per cent to 14 per cent.

LEIS BROS. ...... all bid. tn Town Conn-
CB Duplex REALTORS ell. %! Town (Clerk P.O. Box ISO NEW YORK Gov. Nelson
Bail Lake, Florida.
To Town 1200 Ith St., N.W. The Town Council "" ..MI.. the FOUR DAYSTHE
Close |
"Opposite North Gate" right to refua any or all bide or DUNDEE:
2M1117 Nltes CY 2U2 In accept any bid at their dnrer
= Completely furnished E lion. When Edwin Burnett and
= and tastefully decorated 5s By Order of the Town Council daughter Linda returned to Orlando
Frank D Wood President I
Room sizes are much = Frank D. Wooder after a weekend visit with HISTORICAL COLLECTORS ITEM
E larger than the typical 27-28 / Julian Bennett Rev. and Mrs. Paul Cartledge. ,

= duplex Each side = 1.r Town JULIAN Attorney BENNETT Mrs. Burnett and daughter,

= has 2 bedrooms, Florida s lot Vlmar Building Usa, remained with her step-
= room, full tile bath living = (13-A$ ) Groves Winter Haven Florida lather and mother for a week's COMPILED IT

room, and kitchen Jan. 34. 26. 11, Feb. 1 UM visit.
A golden opportunity for e UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAND

5 you to enjoy wonderful EE Grove For Sale
E Florida living plus receiving ARTICLES FOR SALE
E Income from the other EE 4* ACRES
side Both apartments s ALL ORANGES prime va- AMERICAN HERITAGE MAGAZINE
E presently rented at a ritles, excellent age Polk
Irrigation
location
County
total of $300 per month E
E this fine l
1
well Buy
= pump
Offered at only $1T-
grove now and get this years
E 900 furnished Appoint- E
Price to sell at $4,000
= ment showings please, Ei crop
per acre with 29%" cash '

| rail MALCOLM TETREAULT I E -8EEJames CLASSIFIEDREADER .11 1 ;


t Evenings 1&.U7I Sundays ICY H. Cross () lIi) fl


i E REALTOR SERVICE _
TOWN COUNTRYniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiii- Office 239-A 3rd St., S.W. \\rs
t, Phone CY 4-2... I
r : 4
1li'f81n rr "Cltrua Crania Our Specialty"
I\ l CL31141 l illJ. UliJU = 23.U ,

: ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS
Wanted
Real Estate
t\ 26-27 ((14))

TRANSFERRED MIST 8FLU FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD e. .
a-bedroom :9-bath Ufa/ mt. feetAppralied CA8H for land In central Florida .
Indian River Bport. Club. P.O.
S17.SHO. Make Oder. 1
an
1W 293-7174.Tremont. Dr. SIC OWNER 7477 Box... Shenandoah, Miami 45, fin.rlda. -M-, Notices For This Department e' a


OverlookingLake ((14-A) Lots & Acreage Limited To .

I. Itmit for Ml. w awe. to the I. N. Return N. Cheeps -

.' HowardThis ACREAGE ..!.. .f 111 M .Ins .
All c..",.
I. U Ward Lisle IrmtobckAa.
excellent combination I acre. 12900: 4 up. 4 arnae.I .l .
S3.780. 90 acrei can be divid ,. A.s Mint b. ..*..ht I. r*
offering includes the following : 7t5r down, balance 125 per
: month 1. Each .*rlc. *.... tMt.li the claulfl] .) .tmMt entice

1 P 1. LARGE HOME SI VARNER REALTY pile..5 ka tf.ri.,. end tale see w ...11... 11 whh pymeee 1\ J -
amber M address *f '
; BR 3 baths 14 6th St, NW CY 3-M54 the *,. I* .4...*. ." 'rH \
extra large living room l:1-Tr: ;
I" fireplace modern CHOICB RC8IDENT1A1 LOT MlCypreea 4. N. .....,' ... .* ....11I" 7. N. ,..*. sedan. j
T kitchen. (lard... Rea'". Owner .espr.L 1N I .
't will llnanc Call 3M-M.M.: J-T' I. A4a will! rat II tfYV .

2. INCOME. three separate ..3'3-
LAKEFRONT: and Lakerlew loll
furnished ground on Chatn-OUkea within 1X0: ft. DUCK HUNTERS You will ney ,
-
;! floor apartments ol newly lour laced Hwy. 17. CTRCULATINO' .,ace heater (oat) .r M. better deeo,.. Light. Balsa
J c1 excellent occupancy Bchoenthaler ft Co. ...1121. 21-9S :16.00.: J'R "IM wood H7uO. handmade. ....aJ.. CY

records charming LAKE JULIANA I
decor. 1 ACRES Lakefront deep well, USED down, Jalou.led deer. and win-. DUO'THERM .pare beater with ; I ,. ,,
U4 ou. rR Sleut.COKART I
lertrlrlty barn 111.BOO. bluw.r aJ6.00. CY HIM &Mra i,
4 j The lawn Is beautiful! C. F. McCOMIC. Re(. Broker t. \JU p.m.
landscaped and Includes a 2D3-9MI Inr ..le. 125: 00. Phone .J" '
33.11 CY 4-&Uo for detail. I Beautiful Gardenia Rushes I reel
panoramic view of Lake
12 OUe
hlxh" exceptionally thrifty.
Howard rote garden LAKEFRONT LOT BT OWNER. .21. .. Trailer Park Rt. Mi at Hw27. /.
orchid house deep 100' a :9UO' In Lake Alfred. 14X10: ilEA UTIP'UL Palm. I to S ft II BO Carl.....
I!!. or nuke an orrer. 393-M.I. >m to I1M each Larry Lewi. :214:
t. I well and complete underground A.. R. NW. Inwood". CY
,. irrigation. ",.... Choir. LAKEFRONT LOT nearCypreu 1841.11I.AUTOMATIC O t. waiher Good
, Garden 1%' on lak. PIUEONS Comm.ne. BtralKht condnan.B26.00Refer. 300p.m. The Winter Haven Dally News-Chief announces that a compresenslve
For an appointment to see and road by :360' deep SI 700. BY Whites Fantalli lib up Ive-: CY I-ll4J1. Anytime MU 55X64.nlna.
this outstanding property OWNER Terma. CY KI717 eve.etnga Wahneta Baptist Church,,
i call ZeUs Pearwn.Y 94-37 CY :1880.: .t.. book covering the four days surrounding the death of the late President

T't ;" LEIS BROS. LAKEFRONT LOT I I'ORTAIIL1I! I"'rl" healer0. ,SHETLAND, and dearer> .FLOOR Hardly POUSTTER UMd Phone Like Kennedy and the swearing in of a new President, Is available to the
used Good adilion. II OU .ac:1I. ew Hall prlca. S17.0.
110 Feet wide on Chain White :9306m.It .
, REALTORS Sand Beach 250 Feet Deep, IKS Sth 8t. ML Greater Winter Haven area.'STOItY' .

:'t I2M Sixth St., NW Juat North of City Limits, Near : SQUAB OCCASION.FOR 1100 TUB*ack: IPE1ALILIPER > Pbon
State Farm. REDUCED 20%" CHAIR Good cnndltlnm. CY t-iKt.
(Opposite North Gate) rn.Bobb
below Appraised Value. 130,00. :3343&S alter loop IN THE MAKING-THE UNITED PRESS INTERNAf.rever.. $200 EACH. COPIES ARE AVAtUUE. WHILI THEY

, 214-31'7 YOU'RE HUNTER Seal Ridlnr::12- Mint canary TIONAI.AMERICAN HERITAGE STORY OF THE ASSASSINA. LAST AT THE DAILY NEWS-CHIEF OFFICE, 124 THIRD
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I" The Home Builders Association lowing principles and policies: ,gals, new building techniques, ,I t. An sound legislative proposals American way of life. Wsj]
(){ Greater Winter Haven I 1. Our paramount responsibility new building equipment and effecting our industryand pledge/ our support to our Aloclate.
i* one of the reason Winter Is to our customers, our improved methods of home financing the people we serve shall .. our local. State III
community and our country to the end that every have our Informed and vigor.ous National Association and all i.
Haven is respected ai a fine I'
2. Honesty is our guiding home purchaser may get the support lated industries concerned wttsjl
place to live. business policy greatest value possible for every 7. We hold Inviolate the free j the preservation of legitimate}

"The Home Builders' Association 3, High standards of health, dollar. enterprise system and' the rights and freedoms
was founded locally in
safety and sanitation shall be
1961 with the express purposecf
built into home.
maintaining high professional every
Member shall deal
4. fairly
standards and sound business
methods its memo with their respective employees II I.
among subcontractors and 11--1A11-01:
bers through: the enforcement .._
Cf its code of ethics". T..Whit L, I 'Uj'plif'fl. ,1 1 ifl -_" -Play hOliU
head, pSftenk I, points Srls members of a progressive
I industry, we encourage research !
iut."We feel In the ensuing years to develop new mater-

the that association in addition has to done contributing Just : This Convenient Location, Close to the Golf Course, Is Ideal For

to many worthwhile local New
projects, Whitehead, said. Plumbing Any Family. The Address 750 Avenue H, N.E., Location Between
Wallace Tucker, of Tucker
Builders, was the first president Lake Martha and Lake Elbert.
with J. C. (Sonny) Smith, System Will/
of J. T. Smith and Sons, servIng
in this office last year. OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTIONTODAY
Present officers In additionto
Whitehead are: Mason Con- Outlast HomeA

nary, vice president; Lester 1 PM to 6 PM
,
Addison, secretary treasurer;
and directors Lynn Wood, Lar- new plumbing drainage
ry Tucker Wallace Tucker, and system has been introduced to
Smith. : the new borne market which
Membership la the Home will outlast the ordinary life of M a 1
Builders' Association is madeup the home In which it is In-
of both builder and trade stalled.
members and all members are, Called the "Hubless Cast Iron
also, members of the State and Sanitary System" it provides
National Association of Home inch inch and inch Cast
Builders. I Iron No.Hub drain-waste-vent
Builder membership is open sewer cast iron soil pipe and
"to any person, firm or cor. fittings: which lit into the 2
poration whose principal business by-4-inch walls without furring.
Is 80 per cent construction I The Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute
within the territorial Jurisdiction which sponsored the new
of the Home Builder's Association system said it offered home-
of Greater Wmter owners significant values and
ven who shall agree to abide. lIa'l, savings of a streamlined and
the provisions of the
By I
permanent cast Iron soil pipe
(and any amendments thereof)
sanitary system from house
who shall subscribe to the Codeof I
sewer to roof vent.
Ethics and who shall meet
The new system which bear
with the approval of the memo I the Cast Iron grademark of This Medallion Home give you the benefits of clean electric
bership committee and the I
board of directors." I quality will outlast the ordinary Ceiling Heat, and a modern all Electric Kitchen. The Floors
life of the residential
.'w Trade any person membership, firm Is or open corporation structure. It Is considered one are terrazzo, for easy maintenance, as weD for beauty. The

engaged In any allied of the most noteworthy ad- home has three bedrooms one and a half baths A must for a
vancements in plumbing drain
trade, industry
within the territorial or profession jurisdiction ing technology in the last twenty growing family, and a large screened rear porch. The lawn is
of the Home Builders' years the Institute said.
AssocinUon
sodded with irrigation system instaRed.BARRISCONNARY.
of Greater Water Haven The "Hubless Cast Iron Sanitary -
who shall meet with the System" la made up of
approval of the membership Cast Iron No-Hub east Iron pipe
committee and board of direc and fittings joined together with
tors. neoprene sleeves that are noise INC.
Code of Ethics Home puild- and shock absorbant. Fitted
1 ers' Association :of Greater over the neoprene Sleeve is a ,

,: Wmter)Haven:> ,.'. /:i corrugated stainlessisteel{ shwW 227 THIRD $.W. t. J If PHONE 293-5555
I (A) Memtttrt cf the .HomeBuilder held firmly .ta. place1 by stainless STREET
*' Association ot Great steel bands, with worm- .
er Winter Haven believe andaffirm drive clamps.
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that: _
1. Home ownership can and
should be within the reach of
every American family.
2. American homes should be
well' designed, well constructedand
weD located la attractive I

communities, with educational, I '
HOME IUIiDEtS ASSOl1ATI0N -
recreation, religious and shipping -
facilities accessible to an. j OF GREATER WINTER RAVER
1. American homes should be
built under the Free American '

Enterprise: System.B .
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214 FOURTH ST. in Jan Phyl Village it the n.w re.-
dance for Mr and Mrt. C. R. Hornsby. Mr. Hornsby cam
to Winter Haven from Los Angeles, Calif. H* is presently .
employed by Hardee Mfg. Co. of Plant City. The
Horntbyt have two children. Steve Janik of FMC Realty,
Inc., handled the tale.


THREE BEDROOMS-This modern C.B. horn with three bedrooms, two baths and

Water Heating Systems double carport. at 751 Ave. M, SEt was purchased by Mr and Mri. Theodore Horn from

Alton Fell. Mr. and Mrs. Horn have one son and one daughter. Mr Horn !is an under

writer for State Farm Insurance. This home was listed with Multiple listing Service
Useless With Bad Water
through Beasley Realty Co. The tale was transacted by Maynard Jordan of Jordan

Realty Co.THERE .
Bathrooms kitchens home I means enough water for ex-
laundries and hot water heating pension adding say, an
systems are useless until I extra bath or a water supplyfor
good pure water it piped to the garage.
them. Once you've decided on adequately I
Few prospective homeownersgive size piping try to
the house piping system group plumbing fixture If CAN BE:
enough thought I says the possible plan to have a second NO COMPROMISE
Plumbing Heating Cooling floor bath directly above
Information Bureau. Discuss the kitchen. A downstairs pow WITH QUALITY.
piping in detail with the plumb- der room should be back-to-
ing contractor doing the workon back or adjacent to the kitchen
your house, the Bureau This eliminates long, costly -
adds. It can pay handsome di I pipe runs. It's not how much you
vidends. Next plan to Insulate both
epend, but how care
First consider the service hot and cold water line*. This
line from the city main. It reduce heat loss in hot waterlines fully and harmoniously
costs little more to Install a and prevents sweating in the pieces are elected .,t
line one inch or more in diameter I cold water lines that could otherwise that marks ;yours M a
instead of three-fourths I come in contact with
home of good table and
of an inch. Such a change humid summer air. I '
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SAVE HEATINGAny
r
homeowner can tare For
five per cent or more on bit
fuel bills each year if he properly Dependable
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controls his heating system
says the Plumbing-Heating Plumbing
-Cooling Information Bur
Service. .
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substantial saving on fuel
bills can be made by loweringthe CALL
thermostat about six degrees
below normal when nobody
Is home or when everyone MACPlumbing
EXC71r has gone to bed. This rule
does not apply, however, whenit
Is zero or below because the Co.
heating system will bave to
I 210 Sixth St.. S.W.
work too hard to re-beat the
A9& house.


DUPLEX-This modern duplex at 513-515 20th St., SW was purchased recently by
I Mr. and Mrs. Bernie! Jackson from Mr. Anderson of California. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson are I
local residents and have two small children. This property was listed with Leona's Real l
Estate and the sale was made by Emily A. BeaiUy of Beasley Realty Co. I Adams Building Materials


II Soft Water A Necessity Not Luxury I 1807 7th Street, S.W.


Calcium and I ers and plants-An experienced [the softened- water li avanaMe! CY 3-1102
I bard water's chief mlIMslum'l plumbing contractor will lay I for drinking, cooking bathing,
en, can form I out the piping system so that and washing dishes aDd clothe
Ing that will; eenuaycoa
off the water supply to your

water plumbing-using fixtures equipment.and other When BETTER HOMES. are built

A aure way to protect against
bard water problems the
Information Plumbing Bureau Heating Is.says to Cooling have DAN WINTERS will build them!

a competent plumbing contractor
Install the necessary water
softening equipment.In .
addition to forming scale
that clogs p'pes, hardness minerals -
coat water heaters so
that efficiency drops. Untreated -
water is the frequent reason
water heaters wear out before
they chould Heating elements
in the heaters burn out when
they become encrusted and insulated -
from the water by these
layers of minerals
Your laundry and your ..- OPEN HOUSE
tomatic: washer will also suffer
with hard water. Modern wash
ers and detergents are deSigned DAILY
( to do a good cleaning
Jcb But In the 85 per cent: of 2P.Meto6PA
the country where the water ,
i hard, and
> performance efficiency
Chaos OM of the Completed Homes.
is reduced. Scale that
coats the parts of the washer MOVE IN TODAYI .. _
that come in contact: with hard
water may even shorten the
life of the equipment.The .
need for a water softener -
can be easily and safely

filled(contractor by a for reputable there are plumbing problems WHEN YOU BUY A HOME IISUN

if the softener Is not properly

While Installed.soft water l Is fine where
you need it. it can kill grass ACRESYou
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Standard of the group's post
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Lumber Rules boa on the question. Establish
meat of the standard is subjectto
Industry acceptance undei
procedures: administered by the
! Revision Set Bureau which is the actios
f agency on the issue for the Department -
of Commerce.

I Endorsement of the changeby
y
By Builders the builders, coming closeon r rY
tie heels of favorable action Q
by the W.OOO members of the rl

Representing ..000 homebuilders Brotherhood of Carpen
throughout the United Unit] Joiners of America is
Bred by lumber industry
States and acting upon the ree- proponents of the measure as
ommendatioa of Hi Construction virtual assurance that the acceptance -

and Code Committee, the vote conducted by the I
Bureau of Standards will result
Board of Directors of the Na-
tional Association: of HomeBuilders in adoption of the change.
In session December Lumber industry spokesmen 44 WAS
13, endorsed a revision to the indicated that the Department
American lumber standards of Commerce has completed its
providing a new dry size of procedural steps for the balloting
lumber In relation to the moisture and has transmitted the
content. documents and plans to the Department -
The standard chance, recommended : of Justice: for legal .-
by the American Lumber review. IN JAN PHYL VILLAGE-211 Fourth St. !t. the new address for Mr. and Mn. H. W
Standards Committee to Members of Congress are I Dunaway. Mr. Ounaway is employed by Armour Chemical A Agricultural Co. in Bartow. I
provide the consumer with known to be urging the White The Dunawsyi have two children. The sale was mad by Sieve Jam of FMC Realty, Inc.
more precise lumber dimensions House and the administrative -- -_
had hem repeatedly studied agencies involved to resist further r.
by NAHB committees concerned I attempts by opponents to y lumber produced under this rOOT WATER Ing Information Bureau

with codes, construction stall the democratic voting afforded I new standard are many, now, Indirect water beaters in With an Indirect water healing -
and materials at their spriiif, by the recommended I therefore, connection with automaticallyfired system, the same boiler
fall and winter meetings. procedure, and to implement hot water and steam that heats the home also supplies .
I "BE IT RESOVED that the I
The resolution adopted by the the plan immediately so that National Association. of HomeBuilders heating systems are fully able heat for the domestic water
NAHB Board came to the flooras the industry may express its endorse that proposed to meet the growing demand supply to the tub, shower
the result of a polling of views M the issue and expedite I ALS Standard and give notice for hot water in homes, says lavatories, sinks, automatic
the FHA-VA Committee, the production of the standard the Plumbing/ Heating Cool laundry and dishwasher
of this endorsement to the National
Research Institute and the Construction product to meet 1964 market .
Bureau of Standards who
and Codes Committee requirements.The .
which had recommended its fun text of the NAHB are determining industry acceptance
the propollL"DUaAaLB Tampa Wholesale Plumbing &
adoption. The favorable Board resolution follows: en ; Supply

action: came after considerablefloor "WHEREAS the American Of Winter Haven

discussion and with more Lumber Standards Committeehas FINISH H..dqll.rtert for- Ad Types Pipes Valves 1 Fittings
than 300 *f the member recommended a revision to Proper seasoning of wood
CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIIUTOR
Board present and voting. I the American Lumber Standards paneling prolongs the life of AIM a Complete Stick ef h", ., Plunking,
Significantly, the N A H B providing a new dry site natural and stain finishes Toward Mechanics Industrial *
Board resolution, representing of lumber in relation to the this end, all grades of WHOLESALE ONLY MIDA'"LY DELIVERIES'
official policy of the national I moisture content, and Southern Pine paneling have 12 4rk St. i II... L, N.W. M ...... Silver' h.hl.d. 1.... ..... RMRWS
body, included a directive to "WHEREAS the benefits to per cent maximum moisture CALL COLLECT 2t4-4247 WINTER HAVEN
notify the National Bureau of the building industry provided content limits.
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QUALITY HEATING COMPACT BOILER

All of ui have heard this lament I Compact boilers, no larger
about some "inexpen- than a console television set
ive" product: "Repair on I are ideal for homes that haveno
this thing are going to nickel basement, says the Plumbing
and dime me to death." -Heating-Cooling Information
For this reason, says the Bureau. These compact unit
Plumbing Heating Cooling can be placed In the utility or
\, Information Bureau, quality always laundry room in an unused
pays. A first rate heat- closet, a family room, or even
Ins system, for example, costs In an attic space.
Mtn, little more than a mediocre And smart "appliance" styling I
i one But a good system costs gives new eye appeal to
\; less to operate and gives longer these boilers used for hydronic a F
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Better Materials What You Want Where !W

and When You Want Itl! Equipped to Render a ,

Complete Building Supply Service to Both Con- LESNICK PARK HOME-Mr, and MM. Robert Shriver recently purchased this spa.
tract Builder and Home-owner. clout Lei nick Park home from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gerard who have been transferredto

i Jackionville. Mr. and Mrs. Shriver are well known In Winter Haven, having been
Plywood PwwflH For A* UwsAlmtliMt active in St. Paul's Church, and many of the cultural activities of the city. Mr. Shriver is
AI.. & ... ..... Window ft DwiHcrtVor
a. retired citrus buyer. The property was listed with the Multiple Listing Service by
All f ,
e Kinds Points & VanishPlywood
'" Ie"' .. Town and Country Real Estate and was sold by Eleanor Iglehart Associate of that

t FREE COUNTY-WIDE DELIVERYBUILDING office.

WOOD COMPONENTS I Pine Association, huge trusses and greater freedom of vista
BAGWELL SUPPLY in the roof and movement.
Giant component part of system are so
strong that the roof needs support Standard grades of Southern
293-3139 lumber are increasingly prom- only at the outer walls. Pine framing are well adapted
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Rifle Rang Read Whrttr Haven Florida inent in apartment construc I This permits a reduction in I to these forms of engineered

tion. According to the Southern partitioning, larger apartments I design.







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time to next lo" ,
Gala dishes ratify
clean In sister loo hoi
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FRIGIDAIREis
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,'I' Debate HomeMortgage Predict Brisk

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i *''f rt, .suus) a7sr saner
Owning one's home Is aa
will hive an op-
American family tradition
portunity In 1964 to decide
which I Is expected to accelerate.
whether the nation's savings
during 1964.
and loan associations should
That's the general opinion of
confine their lending largely to
home builders from across the)
home mortgages or offer a country who compared note
wider range of consumer loans I and reviewed the latest developments
to the public.Legislation in the industry at the)
pending In the recent annual convention of the
National Association of HomeBuilders
House Banking Committee to NEW WILCOX HOME-TV!* Mat two-bedroom. Florida-room home at 3004 Avt.
in Chicago the largest
broaden the investment powers K, NW, was sold recently by Mrs. Mahala Mills of Auburndale to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn show of its kind in the indus
.f Federal saving and loan associations Wilcox, Jr. The Wilcoxet have two children. Mr. Wilcox is a foreman with Sun-Mobile .tBertow
is expected to reach Air I.... This home was listed with Multiple Listing Service through the officeof try.The continuing growth of taw

the In the decisive New Year voting Although stage early the Beasloy Realty Co. Emily A. Beatley transacted the sale. national economy, the greater
number of new families desire
commercial banking Industry isen
reocrd In opposition to furniture, carpeting: and other '$5,000 oat major home a strong argument can be ing attractive Bring space, and
the wish to make a sound investment

broader savings( and loan privileges decorative items. ments such as the Improve-I made for somewhat more diversified -
in the security of real
there are tadicatama Another important feature of ion of aa additional lending operations on estate are being regarded asa
that Congress will act favorably the pending legislation would Other features of the legislation : the part of an industry which few of the prime indicator
on the thrift Industry's permit Federal association to would give Federal associations depends almost entirely on the that the American public will
program. make college loans to regular somewhat more flexibility housing market as its Investment atep-up its activity In the homo
Basic features of the prod customer of the Institution.In in making loans and Investments -' outlet. buying field
Jog legislation would permit recent years, many families but would not disturb By broadening savings lid Insofar aa styling Is con:
Federal savings associations toMake have refinanced the mortgage their role ss the nation's loan Investment powers Congress corned the basic outward appearance
bans lIP to Wool on the on their homes to secure prime source of home mortgage could enable thrift institutions of the houses is ex-
furnishings sad equipment neeesaary funds to educate their children funds.With to play a greater role pected to show little change,
m improving the borne at colleges and universities total financial resources In providing funds for purposes with the proven contemporaryand
.. This would be in addition to throughout country. The btU exceeding $1 e* billion many which could help expand economic traditional types dominating
the mortgage loan the association advocated by the savings and economic experts believe that activity. the design picture.
may have made initially loan business would make refinancing
on the !tome. unnecessary by permitting .
The Administration Is on record Federal associations to
In support of this feature make specific loans for educational
of tae legislation& which purposes. ROBERTS PLUMBINGTHE
in effect, will enable I Federal I In still another Importantarea
savings association to provide the savings and ban business -
complete home financing services is requesting specific
to the family. In prac- authority to invest up to five
tical terms, a Federal association per cent of their funds on BUILDER'S FRIEND!
having made the mortgage loans on mobile homes-a step
loan on the house, could 'which! the industry feels will
lit a later dale provide another I be of some important value to
loan It could be for house. elderly citizens Another feature
hold equipment such aa air conditioning I of the bill would permit Federal 10.
or furnishings such as associations to lend up to
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This is the year to centralair

condition your home!



Are You Going To Remodelor


Buy?



Consider!




FEDDERS, SPECIALS




Adaptematic Heat Pump Contracting


If you re thhitiM .f mtJMitliht your lion with air! Classified Water Heater

Conditioning this mmmtr, why net it a year fauna Remodeling

medernisetis. .icy Including sbaa, safe Causeless heat

JL.. .t lm..l *. cost J F.JJir AJ.p ..,.ti. Heat Pump (1o YEAR GUARANTEES) Sewer

offers the finest mmmtf. air e.n
inset med...s Lied. .f Pamole. beating-.ww airlentil

IrcvU4. *. every reran .l your IIVIM, M- M-GAL- -4I-GAL -K-6AL All makes of

head end .fil..d e.nlmu.y.ly. Therefore. there b

NO DUST OR DIRT. Heating cosh are ligmfiuirfly Fixtures
$5500 $6250
lower than other typos .f electric k..tin> ,. W.'ll $4858

gladly' survey your home bad prtvlJ a detailed. New Installations

estimate without .blig.tio*.




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IncreasesIn
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i Florida


I 1qN4 Ulm T. W. Dodge Company re- LENNOX
ported today that November
aso ,pf(AAMat ION WItE! # t + contract for future construction

in Florida totaled S1U.2S2-
,
000, up 11 per rent comparedto 6
November 1962.
'IeI
The following breakdown of
of 1 dita November contract for futureconstruction
r in the state waa
'N.t
". reported by Dodge district
' manager, Ralph W. Bell.
'. Nonresidential at $37.794000.
'. up 2 per cent; residential at
,. 176,401,000 up 34 per cent; and

,I ," 4ly nonbuilding construction at comfort craftsman
$37,057,000, down 12 per cent
jie Y } The cumulative total of construction S
tr contracts for the
first eleven month of 1963
t' '",., amounted to $1,686,990,000 an RJR M
- 11 per cent increase compared
ryi
: to the corresponding 1962 per MS
it iod, according to the Dodge re-
,
rWitI .
. / port.A
It'
I breakdown of the eleven
'
' .. I cep month total showed:

Nonresidential ,481,
at $436 000,
LENNOX h.ating and sooting.. systems are designed t. held
IY:: up ( per cent; residential at .
.....
operating and esalstesanee Net, way A typical LeNNOX
". S8M.406,000, up 11 per cent, and
.....
.
system will save yes M percent em Mating seats andLaNNOX
'
nonbuilding construction at
hosting !Ie bMluUly unmatched for economy.
$366,103,000, up 12 per cent.
{
\> Look for this emblem whom you think bout heating or *oolln.. ..
ii")1r" PARADOX Only ..u>llri 1... LKNNOX dealers are ulhorltod to display It. ..
\) I Southern Pine lumber manu It lo your assurance of expert Installations.. and the finest ...,,1,.
facture .ii the nation'i oldest mont. t
industry, dating back to 1608.
if; It still provide a large share
af the nation's structural lumber
MISS PARADE OF HOMES-Shirley Willis, Mist and figures to be even Mann Sheet Metal Works
I Parade of Homes for 1963, will present the crown to the more prominent in the futuue.
1964 winner of the title on Feb. 22 at the conclusion of The U.S. Forest Service believes -
the South will eventually 219 5TH $T, S.W. CY 3-4815
the Parade of Homes to b. held hare.I .
become the main source of
the nation's supply of lumber j II j I
and wood products. I
Parade Of
': ', I Homes QueenTo



Be Crowned Feb. 22 WESTWOODTERRACE


,: Shirley Willis, Miss Parade I fee and submitting a picture of
of Homes for 1963, will crowiMus the contestant to the committee. -
.
Parade of Homes For
"J 1964 following a beauty contest Committee members are:
Whitehead, Larry Tucker Lyu
and dance February 22nd, T. Wood and Mason Connary.

:\ L Whitehead, parade chairman Judges for the contest will
announced this week. be announced In the near future (35th St. & Ave. C, NW)
Miss Willis a drive.in tellerat Whitehead stated.
the Lake Region Bank of Winner of the contest will
Commerce, made many appearances represent the Home Builders An area where you can own a Beautiful, Permanent,
en behalf of the Association of Greater Winter
Home Builders' Association of Haven throughout the Paradeof
Greater Winter Haven during Homes and receive a number
last year's very successful Parade of valuable gifts In addition BRICK
which was visited by to being considered for the position
thousands, Whitehead said. representing Winter Haven ;
Beauty and personality will, and the Florida Citrus Exposition '
again, be the prime attributes at the New York i' mm R. .__. :A r--v low lmmlurwaBeaS
.. .
.
for selection of the Parade World's Fair. OWN --- AMU .meaaotae
Parade in= mm in. WIN Mssssm A--. mmease'amlmmm
chosen at Dates for the are
be
Queen who will '
Ins OWN ermet. AM=" mslsasmmtmmmee
the Feb. 22nd event In Nora March 8th through 15th almost omme in= mm itaamenu=rIme mmmm
Mayo Hall.Contestants. coinciding with the Florida east emu NMIms mmw mm me
Cit'l :::
must be unmarried rus Exposition.To era mmmmmm. MM OTr raw mwmmamaf'ims
between the ages of 18 and date 12 homes have been I smsi4 ...__.I*' I. V MM ..___..

25. Businesses and organizations entered in the Parade by ten I
In the greater Winter Haven Winter Haven area
wish. the homeowner features
following
area may enter contestants More are expected by bUildera'j
by paying the $5000 entry 7th deadline.

-- -- Maintenance Free Brick 3-445. Bedrooms "",, '1

for Permanent Beauty 2 & 2'/2' Baths

SERVICESANFORD' j Large Family Kitchen Panneled Dens

Separate Dining Rooms Rainy Day Play Rooms

ELECTRICELECTRICAL Inside Utility Rooms
Decorated
Quiet Streets Professionaly

CONTRACTOR Friendly Neighbors No Thru Traffic



::: NEW INSTALLMENTS & REPAIRS "Trade Your Present Home & Let U. Custom Build For Yoa"



Residential WIRING& CommercialCOMPLETE SERVICEAir B & W BUILDERSCY

; Conditioners Washers & Dryeri

Ranges Water Heaters Electric Heat f'i''i

HEI 42875CY 3-7147 CY 3W65und
Winter Haven ESTIMATES 293-3559 ;


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Builders Makers RPI "" .
\ I Plywood ", ", '
1\1I '....,


r i Join In Housing ResearchTwo .. .'

I I
of the largest research and act* I to resist dangerous L"
r \ program In the home building j force 'from high wind or
r field have been joined to con- earthquake I .
centrate on a project aimedat The ''plywood; 'association,
; ) helping builders provide better which ha*>utiluo homes at a lower cost to conclusion to' Increase the
the public. amount' of plywood used per
"la wsrtssr
I I nx urn svx-s
William Blackfield, Presidentof new home from 500 square feet K.44 sea
[ J
f the National Association of In 1960 to about 2700 sq ft. today I I
Home Builders, announced that agreed to underwrite the
j "
NAHQ and Douglas Fir Plywood I coi>t and to cooperate in developing
\ Association would con Improved sheathing
duct a yearlong, five phase I systems for use in the study
study of more than 20 homesIn This new study will include
at least four area of the analysis of present sheathing
j practice and will provide in-
country. place cost comparison of the
DKPA Is made up of about
most efficient systems so thata
130 manufacturer of structural
builder can accurately forecast
plywood.The and control his sheathing
same researchers principle, of applyingthe Industrial I costs. The study will take Intoconsideration MR. AND MRS. JOHN V. CAUSEY are now the owners of this charming home on
caused
engineering that guide efficient by two-story construction variable hillside I I Av.. A, SE. The former owners, Mr. and Mn. Arnold Pfingsten, have moved to Illinois
will factory concentrate man their production effort -. lots and weather a* wellas \ where business Interest have taken them. The property was listed with the Multiple I
on roof construction systems the many differences in roof Listing Service by John Fisher, Realtor and was sold by Eleanor Iglehart, Associate of
styles and framing
primarily roof sheathing techniquel'l I Town and Country Reel Estate.
They plan to develop Information
I that a builder can use to BASEMENT
reduce, forecast and control Modern trend in boiler de-
cost on this part of the con- sign make it possible to put'
p struction operation. the boiler for the hydromc I
\. The variety of roof shapes, heating system In any conven-
f the differences in building cites lent place says the Plumbing- iT"l1\WaJ\ 1JlIDJWf1JJiIlliK111lrJll
-- and the multitude of systems Heating Cooling Information
for handling large sheet of Bureau : fJtt"BUILDS
plywood have discouraged extensive The latest type of boiler I II
research in the past. extremely compact A boiler :
.
Most home builders use some large enough to heat a six room
form of plywood roof sheathing house i II hardly larger than a
many of them applying it in I television s!t and may be easily
such a way that it ties togetherthe installed in a kitchen utility BETTER.
structural shell of the house room, garage closet or attic.
.
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New Home ?

Custom Built Homes


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Rugs Distinctive Commercial Designs '

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Carpets FREE Design Service


Custom <


Made : All Types Financing Arranged

Drapes






1 f s. T. L 1 WhiteheadBuilding I

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We have a complete selection of top quality

carpets and weaves just to fit your taste and Contractor

your home. Our draperies selection b among

the widest, and our free decorating: service

comes to you so you can select your new \

carpets and draperies in your own home. SSrjrI ION AC



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M l Et t'ENtor-y&WK

WeN ksuIatedHome I While the structural fr a rework
represent lea thai It
per cent of the test of a borne,
ProvesWinter It account for more than M
per cent of the boot value.
The quality of the framework
determine the security of the
Comfort wIts
dwelling in violent storms and
durability under normal

An ample lining it indispen- wearjmd.tear, *** .** .. ..
able to overcoat and other AfcorJTnT to the Southern i

winter apparel. _,_ 'f Pine Association lumber forms I
Our boomer Are more comfortable the framework of most homes.
... : The lumber should be properly
too, when they are AVENUE A HOME-Mr. and Mn. Troy Twnton purchased this completely fr.ntihed seasoned and pre.shrunk .before I'
properly lined.." four-bedroom, two-bath horn located at 314 Ave. A, NE from Mrs. Cliffie I being surfaced to final
located la dwellings between, the the"lining"structural la Strickland. Mr. Townion i II manager of the America fence Co. Emily A. Beatlty of site. This assure lasting nail

framework and surfacing ma Beailey Realty Co. transacted the ..1.. holding ability i

terials. No part of the bouse
bat a greater variety of responsibilities
: or affect at many
facets of livability
The safety and tightness of
the borne, the efficiency and
]turn Burr
cost of beating and cooling systems Says:
the durability of finishing
materials-all depend on the
"lining."

The Southern Pine Association ,,',
recommends a "lining" of
solid wood boards, which are .
fire-shrunk by proper aeasoning ,
These should be applied I >
cross vertical 21 ", that form ty
the framework of outer walls 'J,
and over roof rafters. The bracing -
effect greatly strengthensthe
framework. The house la .' .
tightly tied together, which .baa : f1,1 ,',
'
a favorable effect on beating :!i ;'; 'f: :,: .
and cooling costs. This "lining"also :tf.I..;:,. I' II''
"
,' H
utilize the natural insulation -
of wood to further increasethe ., .,. ('0
t't ... : ,
efficiency of beating and .'!1' ." ,.,
: \
cooling: : systems.Spanning .f'>j"jl":
the framework of ,.. }",', 1;' 'r ,II
outer walls and roof the board .... """ ,,
"lining" provide a convenient {"
secure nailing base for surfacing Of I''
.
:
materials, such a* exterior ::7.-.:
aiding and roof ahmgles. The :
nail holding power of solid seasoned
lumber protect roof A new home is not only the biggest, b'ui the wisest investment
shingles against wind damage.
SUU another strategic locale the normal family will make in their lifetime. Of all

for floor the system.board Here"lining"it is shouldbe the the countless articles a family spends money on, only the

applied as sub.flooring over home does not depreciate to practically nothing in just a
floor Joist and beneath the finished few
floor. The sub-flooring years.
braces the Joist and increase
the stiffness of the floor itself.
The natural resiliency of lumber In view of these facts, it makes sense to use leu than

this is connection.a further advantage in the BEST material in building your home? Or does it make

Because of its high strength sense, once you have built it, not to keep your home in
Southern Pine is widely utilized

'lag for this and pre-shrink-t ;i m'HtH.hWS: ) : alip.lop'sl I }, e? : .

cialor)' requirement for grade /1 "
-recommended for the "lining". Whether building, repairing, painting or adding 'to your "

BASKETEAVE 'I home, VISIT VILLA for the BEST in building materials.P.S. .

According to the Southern I
Pine Association, a wood 4 ketweave" fence lends an attractive Watch For The Opening of) our Fabulous

touch of architectural land- New VILLA'S VILLAGE in The New
styling to the residential
scape. Southeast Plaza Shopping Center. ,. .

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