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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
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VOL 53-No. 101 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS







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RIDERS FROM MEXICO-Joaquin P. Deles Herat and Ricardo Guatch of Mexico i Seen Starting

I will participate In the Fifth Annual Imptrial Charity Horse Show which begins Rocket Orbiting

W.dn. day. Yesterday the two members of the Mexico Olympic' team gave Olvido, a : :

Gr..n Jumper, a workout in preparation for the op.ning how. The two riders I Chain Reaction

brought a stable of six hones CAPE KENNEDY (UPI-A) delayed the countdown for 45

stream of technical troubles to- minutes.
About mid morning, technicians PARIS (UPI) France to-

day forced a two.day postpone day announced recognition of
400 Horses Are American Dies ran into a serious problem
Over ment in the planned launchingof with a liquid oxygen vent Communist China In defiance of

America's most powerful valve on the 1-million pound sharp protests by the United

space rocket, the 16.story tan thrust booster stage. The difficulty States and other allies.

Bitter took hours, and could not President Charles de Gaulle's
During Saturn, on its first orbital voy
On Grounds For ShowBy age. be solved In time to meet a move was expected to touch offa

launch schedule today. chain reaction of recognition
The federal space agency In addition to repairing the of the Peking regime: by other

THCRSTON WILLIS Texas, Delaware, Illinois, New Congo FightingNAIROBI said the launching, which would faulty valve, misailemen also countries

Staff Writer Jeraey, Tenness.ce' Georgia, put the world's heaviest satellite faced the task of scrubbing out A terse joint communique released

Horses from all U.S. points of I Louisiana, Indiana, South Carolina into orbit, was reset for the Saturn propellant tanks simultaneously in Paris
Carolina Ohio Kenya (UPI which had been loaded with
the compass and Mexico and North 10 a.m. EST Wednesday-one and Peking said France and
British maintained orderIn
troops
Mississippi, Oklahoma Canada nearly a million pounds of fuel
Canada were gathered at the day before the United States Red China would appoint ambassadors
three African nations
and Mexico to be found today -kerosene and liquid oxygen.
i were launch .
hopes to a Ranger: within three months.France's
Polk County Riding Association
but In a fourth, the Congo,, has attracted the i
out the vast show The shot
strung over
grounds off Dundee Road probe to take the first close-up recognition of Peking
Communist jungle: fighters U.S.
aa the time drew near for the grounds yesterday. I killed an American woman missionary photographs of the moon. moat attention given to any long predicted, was in
since the 22.
Grooms were busy getting The Saturn-1 troubles darted space attempt line with De Gaulle's
programto
opening of the Fifth Annual Imperial I and then terrorized
an L, Cor- ,
of astronaut "
orbit flight: '
Charity Horse Show. stalls ready for truck-weary entire about dawn today and a series ,. refashion his country as a

Over 400 horses are alreadyon horses to bed down for a well- province.The missionary, Miss Irene of "minor technical. difficulties"E. (Continued on-Page- -6, Col. S).... ..; \'..., ; a world power, and Increase
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the grounds, with the balance earned rest before working out. Ferrel, 42, of Jerome, Idaho, French influence In
for what appears to be the biggest Southeast Asia where the Paris
of about 200 expected In was killed by an arrow and a
today, tomorrow and early Wed and best horse show ever co-worker. Miss Ruth Hege, 48,, Zephyrhills Girl .1 \1' government has been urging a
held here, which opens Wednes of neutralization In such
policy
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nesday. Approximately 100 horses of Wellington, Ohio, was seriously C\ 1'1
from the Winter Haven area day.Those Injured In a terrorist .. trouble spots as Viet Nam.
,
I who had arrived earlier Lr cJl It French government sources
will move onto the grounds attack on the Kwilu Province
Wednesday. last week were busy giving their village of Mangundu. Both Is Guard QueenTwo .5..w.w;: JL.1 U said De Gaulle hoped the recognition

Vans with license plates from I, mounts a workout. Blacksmithswere women, members of the Baptist NATIONAL GUARD QUEEN-Carol Kelly of Zephyr would bring a massive
busy re-shoeing some of Mid Missions, were reported hills ts crowned Miu Florida National Guard Queen by surge In trade between France
the animals and grooms were tl have been hacked with thousand spectators and Red China.
cleaning the horses, braiding knives and machetes by their watched as a heael-eyed blonde, Brig. Gen. Robert A. Ballard at the finals held yesterdayt Reaction to the Stench move

M. P. Johnson manes and currying.The attackera. Carol Kelly; from Zephyrhillswon Cypress Gardens. ( __ wit sb.rp ant swJWn WuW
.
two Mexican riders, Reports reaching Leopoldvllle the Miss Florida Nation \? -> ."V art as serous the world,

JoaqulaJP. DeLat Hera and said. the knife-wleldlnc terrorUU. Guard Qu"I"title, at CypreO .. In Taipcr, official sources
Rjcardo Guasch, |rav v adT 01 hacked off one ol MI.sHee' i j Citrus Dealer The University of South Floe : :
.
their six horses a long workout bands and that she waa Chinese Nationalist/ regime
to get the kinks out of the and In serious condition. Ida coed was sponsored by the would break off diplomatic
Seven American missionarieswho 2nd Howitzer Battalion, 118th relations with France. De
from
mals after the long trip
were flown out of Kwilu Field Artillery of Lakeland. Gaulle was reported hoping to
Mexico.
60 Years, DiesMartin The Hon, Diana Connolly- Province today In a United Nations Brig. General Robert A. Ballard Building Action j I maintain France's relations

Carew of Celbridge, County Kil- helicopter airlift said they of the 55th Command crowned with the Nationalist government
death because "the' her the winner.
P. Johnson, 83, of dare Ireland, Is expected to arrive escaped despite his recognition of Pe
Lord his hand Beverly Stcnberg, 18, of Fort WASHINGTON UPI-Pres aimed
kept over us ( gram partly at providIng
king. But Chiang
1597 17th St. NW died opposes any
Satur- tomorrow to complete the IK 1I..t, ,..
One missionary, Mrs. Geraldine Lauderdale was the first runner. dent Johnson asked better homes for America's
"two Chinas' policy and stillhopes
day afternoon at the Bay Pines invasion Canada Ireland and
,
by
Veterans Hospital after a Mexico. Sprunger, Collegeville, I I GARRISON WOOD up and Linda Goldsmith, 19, 01 today to approve a eongre"l I poorest citizens. to wrest the China mainland
lengthy illness. Mrs. Victoria Armstrong of Pa., said the young terroristsnear Miami was the second runner- housing and urban The Chief Executive advocated from the Communists

With his death fresh Florida Brampton, Ontario, Canada was naked, covered with war up.Miss --' --- expansion of public housing In Washington, the State Department

citrus dealers lost one of their the first of the foreign entriesto paint and numbering In the Garrison Wood Stenberg was sponsored and a series of new measures said it considered
oldest and moat prominent factors arrive. She has been on the thousands were spreading I by the South Florida National Arrest FollowsRobbery to cushion the financial blow to France's action an "unfortunate

both in age and length of j grounds since Jan. 4 with six their gory campaigns in other I Guard units while Miss Goldsmith families who are forced to step." It said the United States
service. He had been in the Hackney ponies. Congo provinces. She said her I a sophomore at Florida move because of slum clearance regrets France's decision to

fresh fruit brokerage field over The horses from the stable of husband, Charles, was capturedby )Joins Banking State University, was sponsored project recognize Red China, "particu-

60 years.A I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Franes- 700 terrorists and held under by the 260th Englnner TryA He also reaffirmed his Intention lary at a time when the Chinese
native of Chicago HI, the the threat of death for 31 hours I Group.A .
rhlnl nf Ontario. Canada were'" to enforce an executive or- Communists are actively promoting
son of Norwegian immigrants but before managing to escape.In field of 12 contestants- rctv. day Issued by the late President aggression and subver.
due to arrive yesterday, van
who came to the United States trouble In Knoxvllle, Tenn., held of the Cleveland mission ,said Ohio the, the incident head Firm In CapitalE. resenting guard unlth'o R 1. 25.year.old Eloise mat'aul John F. Kennedy which sion. ."
from their native Bergen, out Florida hand for the
in that were on bans racial discrimination In In Genevs, diplomats from
them up city. They are removal of Its Carl Scroggln, was a*
Johnson started out about 1903 scheduled to arrive tomorrow. probably means contest In which the girls were rested Saturday night art housing built with federal assistance Western and neutral countries
Ferrel
at a shipping clerk with the 19 field workers. Miss Garrison Wood of 961 Sev. judged In swimsuits and formal said the French had .
Among the entries already on charged with auto theft and a move boosted
old "South Water Market" (Contnlued on Page 6, Col. 4) enth St. NW, who bar been associated ;owns. Whether
achieve
the grounds are: The Black- tempted strong arm robbery.The we our goalof Peking's prestige Immeasurably -
firm of Smith and Cordes. He acres Stables of Austin, Tex.; with Exchange Nation. Maj Gen. Henry W. McMil Winter Haven Polio a decent home In a decent and would help! Mao Tse.tung's .
later became in the al Bank for the and .
a past seven
partner lan, Adjutant General of FlorIda
Twin Oaks Farm, Seaford, Del.; Department reported the neighborhood: for every American regime break out of Its
firm and at the time of his NowIf one half years, has resigned to
Register to and Mrs.
presented Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bonn Jr., I Scroggin attempted to beat u family rests, In large diplomatic Isolation and get Into -
death retained real estate interests join the Banking Division of !I
I Dick Pope Sr., owners of Cypress
Springfield, III.; Frank Chapot Financial and rob Robert Stevens, c measure, on the actions we the United Nations.
fresh fruit General
in Chicago's. Wallpack, N. J.; Clover Hill you have not reregistered Corporationof Gardens:: a citation for Seventh St., SW, about 10:3: take now," Johnson said In a The Soviet Union hailed the
and produce center.In month Washington, D.C. I
within the past their contribution to the FloridaNational
pedal to the House French
Johnson message A Soviet
Stables, City, Tenn. move.
; foreign
> m. Saturday near the
p
to He has
1941, Johnson moved to vote. been a resident of i
are not eligible Guard.
with wife Peachtree Farms, Atlanta, Ga.; yon Winter Restaurant on Sixth and Senate, (Continued On Page 6 Col. 1)
Winter Haven his have Haven for the past 12 I
Registration points for the contest
Barbara Cuddy, Strathroy, Ontario II Judges wereBill Ave. A, SW, and an lie did not estimate the overall -
Bessie, and set up headquarters been established throughoutPolk years. Previous to joining the
Carter of the Florida Citrus coat of the omnibus .
Canada Donohue ArabIan leglslaion.
-
; stole belonging
as a representative of A. staff of Exchange he was with a car
for the convenience Dlnetj
County of
I Farm, Gollad, Tex.; Lazy Exposition! Tony Hamilton Breuggeman, 724 Ave, .
G. Zulfer Company, later of the Theyare the Lake Wales State Bank for /
public. and .
WFLA television Mrs. Warning that Area Students
switching to G. A. Meyer Com- i: J1 Stables, New Orleans, La.; this week.Register four years. When Breuggeman rising population
I open Florence Imber, the first FlorIda and
pany. His final move was to My Play Stables, Albany, N. Y.; He la a native of Lynchburg, his car missing he Increasing congestionn
Merry Mount Farm, Hensselaer National Guard Queen. lolice. It was found cities would create greater
M. Lapidus and Sons. They Now Va, and has made a career of
were all fresh fruit and produce I, Ind.; Rose Araby Arabians banking He took three stan- I I on the west side of Lake How problems In the years ahead,
Abbeyville, S. C. Riverby and later. ohnson asked Congress to ele- Win In OratoryJill
brokers in the Chicagoarea. ; I
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 6)
ate the federal
: (Continued On Page 6 Col. 2).- Woman Senator Polk County bloodhoundswere housing agen-

He was a Navy electrician'smate ., ... . brought to the car and I lea to cabinet rank by crestng -
-
js r \ I I" a "department of Gerber of
during the Spanish American : tracked Scroggin where he wai I housing Eagle Lake
War; a member of the 1, captured by Officer Bill Wil nd community development." and Bill Adams of Lake Alfred
Euclid Ave. Methodist Churchof Seen Candidate eon and Auxiliary Policeman lie also launched a majorew won first place honors In the

Chicago; Winter Haven Masonic George: Header.Scroggln program by requesting Junior and senior divisions In
Lodge 186, F. It A. M.; is In the city jailNo .federal aid to help develop self- the annual Polk County 4-H

a charter member of Bahia / WASHINGTON (UPISen.. bond has been set. (:Continued. on Page 6, Col. () Public Speaking ContestSatur._ ____n ....-..
Bartow- ..
day In
Temple of Orlando; member of : I Margaret Chase Smith, It- --+- --

the Ancient and Accepted Ritesof .. .. ., ,, Maine, promised an announce I Miss Cerber's Junior division
America, Florida Sheriff's t, j' whether she will winning speech was on "4-H
ment today on
Islands Plan _
Organization, Winter Haven '.. .. be a candidate for the GOP Virgin Orange I Clubs Are They Worthwhile
?
Moose Lodge, and William Mc. ; nomination. The boyt winner in
Six American \ presidential I the Junior division was Mickey
Camp ,
Kinley I
The betting was that the
.
War Veterans.He : white.haired lady from Maine McCall of Highland City. Sec
Called
Is survived by his widow, would decide to enter the Subteriige By FCC I ond Williams place of Juniors were Kathy
Mrs. Bessie Reid Johnson of Bartow and Brent
March 10 New Hampshire primary
Winter Haven; two daughters: I !In a bid to become the LAKELAND (UPI) Florida Protectorate of the U.s. and spoke Fisher on of "Lake 411 and Alfred, who
Mrs. Alice Ballou of Winter Ha- y A LtN, Citrus Mutual kerefore Agriculture
.
nation's first woman president.Mrs. charged again products are allowedto ."
(Continued on Page 6, CoL 4) i4 Smith said Sunday that over the weekend that a moveto this country duty free, Rut- Adams' winning senior oration

she would reveal her decision grow oranges In the Virgin Edge charged that such concen- was on "Agriculture A
at a lunch of the Women's Na- Islands I la "subterfuge." rate shipments would cost Flo- Force to Change." Jackie Pas-

Touchlon Drug I It (Contniued on Page 6, Col J) The citrus industry in the Ida growers 120 million a year COt of Mulberry wn the girl
Jr I unshine State, just recovering 'Basically this lease la a subWuge senior winner. Second place In
Alarm Signals from a disastrous December, In that the concentrate the senior division were Karen
Fruit ShipmentsDaily 1962, freeze said the request by !fought Into the U.S. on a duty. Williams of Bartow and Hubert
$100 BurglaryWinter I a private firm Is a coverup for fee basis would be produced Pascoe of Mulberry.
carloadings (in boxes) a plan to get millions of gallons flmarily from oranges grow in Three members of the Win

Haven police officers from the Fruit and Vegetable of foreign concentrate into this lontinued on Page 6, Col. I) ter Haven Community 4II Club
were called to Touchton Drug Inspection Division: country duty free. won ribbons.They .
Company at North Gate Shopping J ItT I By rail 23,644 grapefruit, 7- The move Is being made by were Donna hillier

Center Sixth St., NW, 195 oranges, 1.102 tangerines, the Virgin Island Corporation !M Earnings Top "411 and Careers", blue ribbon -
shortly after 4 o'clock this I j 6,044 temples 325 murcotts; by to obtain a lease from the Department ; Ruby Taylor, "Junior

morning when the burglar truck 73,791 grapefruit 34499! of Interior to use 1.5 Billion Leadership", blue ribbon; and
alarm system went off. I oranges, :501 tangerines, 31,510 about 1,700 acres of land (la the Mice- Wander "Our Flag", red
Although: no one was In the i temples, 1,411 murcotts 136 tangelos islands for growing oranges. DETROIT (UPI) General ribbon.

building when police units arrived ; total 97,435 grapefruit, Mutual Executive Vice President >tors Corp earned $1592 bil- Donna Miller finished third

at the scene, Identification I 41,694 oranges, 1,803 tangerines, Robert W. Rutledge said I n In 1963, breaking its own overall in the competition.
Officer Names Waters 37,554 temples, 1,736 murcotts, the net effect of using the land I ord for the most money Other Blue ribbons include:

said about $100 was stolen --. -j 136 tangelos for a shipping total for citrus production could even- I ler made by an American Mary Hedden. Jo Ann Lee, Ft.
from a cash register. The robbers of 182,158 boxes. ally result In the Introduction I rporation in a single year. Meade; Paulette Page, and
gained entrance throughthe I HOSPITAL COMMITTEE Luther Reel, H. R. (ISlim') Summervill., and R. K. I Cannery receipts 15,743rape. of three to four million gallons le report released today rlora Wlnrow of Auburndale;

roof. Harmon, members of the American Legion Crippled Children's Hospital Committee, fruit, 362,181 oranges, 1,165 tangerines or concentrate to U. S. markets':|>ped by $133 million the pre- ferry Clayton, and Ruth Ann I
Aa investigation is now In met at the scene of the imperial Hone Show yesterday. The horse show is sponsored ; for a cannery total annually I I bus record of ft.459 billion 1 Paul of Bartow; Betty Bryant I

progress, | by Frierion-Nieholi Post I with proceeds going to the Hospital fund. I. 447,089 box*. of|, ince the Virgin Island are al I M earned in 1962.J I Continued on Page I, Col. 4)
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Rev. Kinnard Area Deaths J.n, s Activities Of InterestTo Winter Haven



At Ona ONA E.E. BrouiUette BROULLETTE 62, of I Club Key Club To
Speaker Haven Tourist
1184 35th St. NW. died earl]
this morning at Winter Haven

Hospital. Mowing a brief 111neas. I Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. will be Winter Maven Hospital Mr. Extend DriveThe
Beymer Church"The at Vernon Brown Is released from
another Interesting program
He was a native of St Ana .
111, and had spent the put the Winter Haven Tourist Club the hospital, and here at horn
several winters in Winter Ha la.. at the Civic Center on Lake SI. Tourists from the North an: Winter Haven High School
7'v
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Mission of the Chart o. Drive./ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schla] Club sponsored by the
ver
in ven. Hew II a retired section Key ,
a Changing World" vii the N. J. Mr. Incl
them. of th. Rev. Henry Km- foreman with the New York i '. W % Irving I. McCoy communlci. per Mrs., CaldwtU Aman Scbeeler; Gras; Kiwanis, announced today that

nard, missionary secretary of Central Railroad. lions consultant with the Genera mont, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. CyrU it will extend Its annual Park.
Survivors Include brother of
a Company
the Lakeland Methodist Dii Telephone Adams Mass. M, er-Gould "Dollar For A Schol.
,
Art Brouillette, St Ann and a I Com- Meyette, ;
trict, la a termoa preached at ; 4. Florida will talk on Space -
sister Mr,. and Mrs. Halleck Malot Grand ar" drive through Wednesday,
the Sunday III May Sheppard, ) municatlons with particular
Beymer Memorial night service Methodii Joliet, 111.Funeral. ......, reference to Tellstsr-Synchon William Rapids, Mich.Johnston; Mr., Toronto and Mrs., The program was started asa

Church. services will be conducted ... '' relay one and relay two. scholarship fund to help male

The sermon closed a montl Home, St.from Ann,Hook HI., with Funeral bur. ; / :Y' McCoy will show both movie Horn Canada, Moulton; Mr. and, Iowa Mrs.; Clsrenc Mr. and. graduates of Winter Haven
devoted to missionary actlvit; t ; ; and still pictures and will have
In the pariah at which ipecia' lal to follow in St. Ann Cemetery. : ; \.t'.i/ ... on display a life size model oTelstar. Mrs. Harland Bentley Spencei High School attend college. Seven .
Brand
C.
\ port, N. Y.; Mrs. C. ,
local students r.celvecllolnl
were delivered b He will discuss present
menaces ;, .
Mrs. Ruth Bark)
Va.
-
Local It
-
arrangements are Boyton, ;
various speakers at both mom . .. day techniques In space com Norland Ontario Canada through the program.
of Mitchell Funeral ;
charge well
log and evening services.The municatlons and of the expert
Dave Fisher of
president the
Home. Mrs. Viols Bartholow, Spencer,
Wesley Chorale tang two mental work and purpose n'v
anthems under the direction of & E) systems now under considers. S. D.; Mrs. Dorothy Wrogi, club, said although most of
,1
JOHN RILEY ALLEN eo. Minn. Mrs.
M. L. Chisholm, minister of tlon. Minneapolis, ; Winter Haven and Lake Alfred
music, with Mrs. Mary Seiferss John Riley Allen 61, of 611 .. : : At the close of the program George Cobb, Waupum, WI.; were covered In the door-to-door
organist W. Qulncy St., Lakeland, died -: .. ... there will be a question and Mr. Roy Muir Meredith, N. Hand ., drive held yesterday, the 25

At the morning worship, the yesterday afternoon at a Bar period. Mr. Clarence Goodart Fall. members found that the area
pastor, Rev. Leo f. King spoke tow hospital following s U. S. GOLD COINS This display; of the principal types of gold coins lion answer McCoy appeared prevIously burg 111.Schedule. was much too large to be completely .

'oa '!'What Makes a Churcl lengthy Illness display at the American National Bank, a traveling exhibit from the Chase Manhattan for the Winter Haven Tourist covered in a six-hour

.Great?" In which he emphtiled *- A native of Hamilton County,, Bank In New York. The com exhibit is particularly Interesting for non. have been Club and gave a very Interesting For The Coming period.
moved Lakeland la
Fla. he to
"consecration, loyaltj minted tinea 1933 end were withdrawn from circulation at that time. presentation. He showed Week) Fisher also extended thanksto
and singleness of purpose 01 1945 from Jasper, Fla. Allen himself well equipped to an. Monday 1:30: Needlecraft, the many people who had
the part of the individual Chri was a citrus Corinth worker and I swer a wide variety of questions. 1 p.m. Sing A Long and game. helped make the drive a success
.tlaa rather than sue, social member of Baptistchurch He is one of four met I later. so far.Cattle .
:Banding and other worldly: cri"tiria Survivors, Jasper.include a stepson Citrus Cannery I Nations Of The WorldROMANIA especially trained by The Gen- Tuesday 2 p.m. Shuffleboard .
for Judging the greatnesift 7.30 Enter
Inn Bixon Lakeland; a broth eral! Telephone Company to party, : p.m.

the Individual Church congregations.The as a whole."01.If er, Ivey Allen Lake Alfred; Sec, abounds la wild birds Ind present this type of program tainment. Market
three sisters, Mri. Nellie Fen- Receipts Show McCay is a native from Wednesday 1:30: p.m. Ladies
pastor also emphasized nell. Lake Wales, Mrs. Fannie BUCHAREST, Romania! (UPI) Massachusetts and a graduate Card Party, I p.m. Round
fish.Oa
:De ecumenicity or "Holy Cath'otlc" Waters, Savannah Ga.; and Pieced together from comes the Black Sea too, wit of the University of Tampa. Dance, Mr. and Mrs. Russ De.

;:.- whole nature, declaring of the Church that all at Mrs. Milbra Rogers Ft Pierce. tries whose names DOW ai. temperatures as high as 90 di. Members and friends are invited Baun director and Munofo'i Sales ReportedA
Funeral services will be conducted IncreaseCitrus to participate In a very Orchestra from Lakeland fur
"that do the will ol Slight and low S are
:Churches Wednesday from theHarry found only In history books grees as as Interesting program for the nlshes the music. Donatloi
God and abide by the tea chin I' Walachia Mold, resorts that Increasingly attrac
: T. Reed Funeral Home, among them evening fifty cents. Open to the public ,
& Our Saviour are me In Hii'light total of 5482 cattle and
Jasper, with burial la Antioch cannery receipts for via, Bessarabia, TransylvaniBulkovina foreign visitors. Thursday 7:30: p.m. Progressive .
calves
and a part of the holy,, 3057 hogs and pigs, 4
universal Church." Cemetery the week ending Friday were and Banat Romai The change In 1947 to Cone. Thursday evening progressivecard / Card Party. I goats, and 1 horse were sold at
Friends nay caD this evening 2,353,350 boxes compared with party with 13 tables of Friday 2 p.m. Shuffleboard
"King waa pleased la the ; la U the second largest men munlst rule brought to Roman 16 Florida livestock auction
growth of ecumenical tendencies from T-l p.m. at Mitchell Funeral 2.485,583 boxes the week before, bridge, 7-tables of pinochle and Party markets during the past week,
among all the churches and Home. according to H. M. Riley ad her of the European Communli U economic and social change 3 tables of canasta with 6 players Saturday t p.m. Shuffleboard according to W. 0. Whittle,

.Idded, "While the union of I log director of the Division ci bloc and, by Communist stand. as well as political ones. Fron at each table. Total of 108 Tournament between the chief of Florida State Farmers'
many denominations Is desirable MRS. ANNIE B. BOWELL Fruit and Vegetable Inspectloi sods, U well-to-do. a mainly agrarian country players, awarding 10 prizes to Winter Haven Shuffleboard Markets.
the growing unity of spirit Mrs. Annie B. Howell II, of of the Florida Department of One. an agrarian country which still employes two-third members and guests. Host and Club and the Winter Haven Gross receipts at 13 markets
and purpose) and the equality 409 Bollard Ave., Lake Wales, Agriculture.The known as the "granary of Ei. Hostesses: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tourist Club.Tueadar amounted to $$356,415.
land
of Its the -
.tt all churches la a spiritual died Sunday at the Lake Wales week's cannery total rope", since World War H sb. people oa Mann and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 9-30: ant Choral Sales reported for the weekending
lease Is even more significant Hospital after a short Illness. were: grapefruit 400,158, oranges has become highly Industrial- Romania Is becoming an evermore Weeks. Practice directed by Mrs : Jan. 17 at 17 markets

.sad meaningful for this day A native of Live Oak, she 1,873,164, tangerines SO.Oll significant manufacture! Friday afternoon shuffleboard George Rodell, Mrs. Jack Gunter Included 4,854 cattle and calves,
lad age." spent all of her We there and The III IOn', cannery total lied.This pancake-shaped land In and exporter. New factories, refineries party rained out. pianist. 'I 3326 hogs and pigs
The chancel choir sang two la Polk County. She was a for a period ending Jan. 20 east-central Europe came lot Saturday afternoon Intermediate Individual market summaries
and merchant ships are
.
private first class In the WACs were: grapefruit 8,573,233, oranges .
Anthems. Fred Bonsteel, director being In 1859 when the prlnclpallUes shuffleboard tournament follow:
of youth work assisted lathe during World War II. After her 13,133,345, tangerines 1,. of Wall chi a and Molds. being buUt to keep pace with between the Shuffleboard Club Arcadia 371 cattle and

service for which Mri. J, discharge abe moved to Eagle 034,290. via united, but it was not untl the Industrial development. and the Winter Haven Tourist Municipal calves.
D.: Nichols was organist Lake and then worked at Totals for the corre.poDdlllaperiod 1861 that the union took it la the expansion program Club was cancelled out. Belle Glade, 139 cattle and
Avon Park as a nurse's aide last season: grapefruit
present name. Romania hit been busily Monday evening, a Sing calves.
at the State Hospital. She movedto 8,077,238, oranges 31, 9,890, In 1877 Romania woo Its Independence tapping Along program lead by Pat Court Docket Bonifay, 7 cattle and calves,
Gen. MacArthur Lake Wales five :years ago tangerines 400,620. Ii the vast natural resources
from Turkey. Christian and Mrs. Ruth Mor- 72 hogs and pigs.
and was a member of the First Fruit shipments for the week of the laa d. These Include
1881 it became a kingdom, ti rill pianist Later games were Gainesville, 951 cattle and
Baptist Church of Lake Wales. ending Jan. 24 totaled 753.19C 1888 I constitutional monarch! ; crude ell, natural gas, salt, played with 185 members and Carl Jean Adams Improper calve., 684 hogs and plgi.
She la survived by a eon boxes compared with 999,913 was formed and la 1947, the coal other mlll.rallImber, guests, awarding 45 prl.... lane usage, $10. Interstate, SeLtzer, 720 cattle .
C. E. Kelly t brother, A. 0. week before.
Greeted' IB] ; seafoods Iron line,
copper ,
By Fewox; a ,hter, Mri. melt' Cn. 1.wrek'* ihlpment total. last king Michael I, abdicate Amlel Keldel and John Mcln- John Russell Anderson, speedIng and calves.
l and water
ton; and four grandchildren. 1 were: grapefruit 454.535 oranges laDder popular pleasure and tb gold power.It lyre in charge. $11.Richard. Jay State 182 cattle ml
country was proclaimed e pc- is striving to break Into Tuesday afternoon shuffle calves, 241 hogs and tit
held .
NEW YORK: (VP!) Gen.Douglas Funeral services will be 186,027 tangerines 7604. world markets with Andrew :Bonham DC .pigs
MacArthur. firm of tomorrow at 4 pm. at the CrispChapel temples 106,082, tangelos 1,289,. pies' republic, with close polltl- export board party with 24 courts in drivers license, improper exhaust 2 goats.
almost In bearIng with the Rev. H. Morgan murcotts 17,659. eel and economic ties with the that Include heavy Industrie play, awarding prizes to: Sara nolle prosse.Richard Klsslmmee, 209 cattle ml
voice Jaunty
Soviet Union Power still lies machinery, oil-drilling equipment .
totals Branch William Dempsey calves.
of the First The seasnn'e shipment ,
Radford, pastor Andrew Bonham violation
quick In repartee, eloquent in the hands of the Communist tractors, lathes, shoes, iemel1'. cattle
ana
Church of Lake Wales, for the period ending Jan. 20, Maurice Elliott, Florence Flake, of one 451
Baptist street
In his expressed love of country way for-
in grapefruit 7.150,815, party. foods, chemicals, paints, textiles Betty Linaburg, Rudy Moslmsn calves.
had old 101.cller' officiating Burial will follow 1964 were: felt $3.Charlie.
West an
and Ideal Point birthday Sunday OakUwn Cemetery in Winter oranges 3,179,418, tangerines a,. Just before and during World timber and musical inatruments. Fred Newell, Harry Noyes, Em Clark, Improper lane Suwsnnee Valley, Live Oak,

his school honored him; his Haven. 130,552. temple 413,985 tangelos War I-when It fought with the met Nethers, Joe Peck, Nettle usage, forfeit $1!. 130 cattle and calves, 921 hogs
staff fathered round Friends may call at the Crisp 478,391, murcotts 20,490. Allies-Romania added several Factories are mushroom, Porter, George Rodell, Anna David Cleveland, driving/ while and pigs.
wartime Chapel In Winter Haven this Totals for the corresponding more countries, l Including Besisrabia all over the country includlni Samseliua, Hazel Walker, Joe Intoxicated-accident, no drivers Monticello, 50 cattle ind

him.He took the occasion of his evening from S to 9. period last season: grapefruit Bukovina, Transylvanii modern refineries to procesi Wackerlln, William Weeks and license, $150 or 30 days. calves, 396 hogs and pigs.
U (,799,374, oranges 1,755,021, tanrines and Banat. oil. Formerly the oil taken from Stanley Wlsslsk. George Martin Charles Durham Jr. dii.. Mills, Ocala, 334 cattle and
anniversary
birthday no
S4th state that being a West Point EBEN W. PAUL 1,500,530.Hospital. In World War II, Romanli the land was piped to tankers and Chester Johnston In charge. irs livens, accident, no show. calves, 723 hogs and pigs, and
graduate was the greatest or Eben W. Paul 71, of 1300 was under Axis control but tied up on the Danube or Tuesday evening was our annual Dibble Harris Cordon, fail to 2 gosts.Okeechobee.
Al- liberated by the Red Armyon berthed In the Black Sea. NowIt 892 cattle and
Lakeshore Way, Lake was Cake Walk and the ladlesbaked
the long list of high honors accorded South News :yield right of way-acccldent, $1$.
him.President fred, died Saturday at his residence Aug. 23, 1944-a date that li Is processed on the spot, 45 beautiful cakes. The Clyde O. Harper calves, and 1 horse.
Johnson called him after a snort !Unell.A now a national holiday turned into 170 products in club wishes to thank each' and traffic sign, $10. disobeyed Mid-Florida, Orlando, 308 cattle

one of the authentic American native of Northborounh SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS Romania's 1,320 miles of bender eluding gasoline, Industrial oil every one that participated to Elaury Inman, speeding, $15. and calves, 20 hogs and
heroes of this century, and sent Msss.., he moved to Winter Haven Winter Haven Is shared with the Soviet and paraffin-and shipped to make this a successful event. Herbert M. Isaacson, running piIS.l
him the country's thanks. from Tarpon Springs uponhis Mrs. Cleveland W. Mills Union on the north and east, consumer abroad or at home. The proceeds will go to theclub' red light, $10. Cattleman's, Tampa 813 cat-
the Port Donald A. Turner, with Bulgaria the south, RomanU produced 11.5 million Je and calves.
Sunday night, nearly 100 1 retirement from laster on floral fund. Mri. Mable Charles A. James, faU to
members of his World War U Authority there. He had lived lisa Donna Lee Fowler Miss with Yugoslavia on the southwest tons of oU in 1962. Lines, Mrs. Ruth MorrlU and :field right of way-accident forfeit Hardee County Wauchula,
,
Headquarters Staff honored him In Lake Alfred for the past andra Berry, Mrs. Gilbert and with Hungary on the Helping to carry Romanlai Mri. Jack Gunter were the pianists $15.Freddi. 92[ cattle and calves.
with the rousing dinner that is year, Wallace, William Drake northwest. Along 120 miles on oil and other exports across the for the walk. Lee Johnson reck Sumter County Webster, 288
organlied annually on his anniversary He was a 20-year veteran of obert P. Mooty, Mrs. Ralph the southeast, It facet tb. seas Is a merchant fleet ef! Mr. Willard Lines entertainment less driving, forfeit $50. attle: and calves.3oatwright.

by Ma). Gen. L. J. the Army, serving In World cMlllan Stewart P. Bryan: Black Sea.Romania. more than 32,000 gross tons,, chairman. Elsie Frank Jolnes, violation
Sverdrup. now a St. Louisconstruction War I. He was a member of obert C. Ellis. based On the Black Sea port ol Wedneaday afternoon Ladies ordinance 596, forfeit $1.50
man, who wet the American Legion and the Auburnd.le covers aa area of Constants south of the Danube Card party with 15 tables of Nanch Wood Kitchens, followng To

111 I cArthur', chief engineer I lathe VFW of Worchester, Mais. Muter Benny M. Kellom, 91,584 square miles, a httli Delta. bridge, 2 tables of pinochle and too closely" $10.
Southwest Pacific There are no survivors. aster Johnnie E. Hall, Ed- more than the state of Utah, t tables of canasta a total of Bonnie! Gail Magee, running \ltend MeetingThe
Mac Arthur is winding up Service arrangements will b.. ar W. Shelton. and has a population estimated Christmas Seal $1 players; awarding prizes to top sign, $10.
work on his autobiographical announced later by Crisp Funeral Lake Alfred in 1961 at 18.S million or about Mesdames: Esther Atvas, Edna Otell Manning, DO drivers board of directors of the

'Reminiscences! ," which I is Home. Mrs. Marlon Lee McCall. two million more than the stats Fund $8,603.49 Donnelly, EPIC Wlssick, Roy I icense, soIl pro.... 011 Fuel Institute of Florida
scheduled for flU publication. of New York. Comprising one- Wise Bessie Perkins, Mina Carlos Marshall no drivers olD meet Wednesday. Among
...A high point of the day was INFANT PAULA MESSER Lake Wales Mri. quarter the area and one-fiftt Short Of Coal Moeller, Ruth Bsrkwell. Eva icenae, accident reckless drivng hose attending will be Otis
C. Witten
the presentation to him by five Paula J. Messer, Infant daughter Mrs. Gary the people of the Europe.1ICommullist Phllllpsen, Laura Richards, Edna accident, forfeited $50 loatwrlght of Bradford Oil
letter of of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D E. Jordon. bloc Romania Company Winter Haven.
:cadets of a framed The Christmas Seal fund Delbler. '1100. ,
:Keeling from the U.S. Military Meiser of 120 Ave. E, NE.,, Avon Park ranks second only to Poland, drive of the Tuberculosis and Hostesses: Mesdames Lottie Gilbert May Improper exisust The agenda will Include t rs-
Academy Corps. He said the died suddenly Saturday afternoon George!: Wicker. ahead of Bulgaria, Csechoslorakla Health Association of Polk Schmld and Eleanor Anderson. nolle prosse POrt of air pollution legislation
greeting and Its praise of him I at the Winter Haven Haspltal. Ilalnee City East Germany and Hun County I. 8603.49 short of It. Samuel McArthur reckless reposed In Florida and the upomlng -

:.Wli "beautiful and eloquent-a Mrs. Joseph N. Macchlone.Daienport gary. goal Members on the sick list are: riving( nolle pro.... Senate air pollution
:little extravagant as far as I'm In addition to her parents,, The capital city Bucharest, The report of the chairmen Mri. Mildred Emmerion and Samuel Patterson Morgan, esrlngi scheduled in Tampa in
concerned." she la survived by a twin sister Mrs. Jesse P. Lane with a 1962 population of 1.4 Richard Chamberlain, shows Pearl HueD who are in the unnlng red light, $10. ebruary. Also scheduled is a

,Speaking extemporaneously, Pamela Meiser of Winter. million, Is often called "Little Alturas Babson Park, Dundee, Robert Earl Oakley Jr., no eport on a new oil.fired sir
It added Haven; and her paternal grandparents Curtis Sl'NDlY'S DISMISSALS: Brasilia" because of its modern Lake Alfred Loughman, Nichols Irlvers license...accident, BOihow. ondltioner-heater that will soon
"What can I say that has notalready Mr. and Mri. Winter Haven ikyllne. The Communist ex : and Pierce the only communities Kennedy Assures Introduced In Florida.

ben said by me so Messes of Keith, W. Va. held Mrs Caroline Baker, Gil- :eniively transformed the city who are ahead of last Horace Vernon Plckett, 1m-
many times before? High honors Graveside services with were the Rev ert X. Downing Orrln S. by pulling down and rebuilding year's total for the same peri British SupportIn proper parking, $2.

have come my way, but I Sunday afternoon J. Connolly, ay, Mrs. Jesse J, Lisle Jr. large areas to make it one of od."I Eddie James Pinkney, 1m-
till believe that my Father Matthew he modern In would like Peace Effort Just Relax!
always Catholic 'attack Mri. James D. Key- : moat Europe.Some to smphaslis, Toper driven license, nolle
greatest honor was being a pastor of St. Joseph's nd infant daughter, Mrs. 35 miles to the southif Chamberlain said, "that it Is pro....
Burial followed
West Point graduate Church, officiating. MemorialPerk. 'ii'ry D. Messer, Mrs. Ter- Bucharest runs the Danube, not too late to aend In your LONDON UPI) V. S. Att,. Troy Ray Jr., fan to have
3The: Military Academy In Lakeside anti R. Plckett. Mrs. Harry ormlng most of the border contribution. If every individual Gen. Robert F, Kennedy, assured I chicle under control accl-

tlDght me many things, some Home in Pollack, Mrs. James D. vita Bulgaria, and the southern who has not responded would of British support for his dent, $15.Plttmasa.
of-them not within the covers Crisp Funeral was I eynolds and Infant daughter half of the border with Yugo- : take the time today to .1I.wer'' peace efforts In the Far East, I !tlJal.'Iolation or-
oE books written by any man." charge of arrangement rs. Desaie Rogers, Mrs. lavia. Coming from Germany his Christmas Seat letter our left by plane tonight for Washington manes 596 no ihow.

me Thomas. v I. Austria Ciechoslovakia, goal would be accomplished." after a final round of I George P. Scott, driving too
Lake Alfred lungary, Yugoslavia, and con- The amounts each city has far ranging talks with Prime nt for conditions-accident,
II Panama Aid May ResumePANAMA Master Johnathon Arbuth.ot mulng on the border with the contributed, with quotas in Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home. 'IS

J. H. Dame. J.SSR., this 1.725 mils-long parenthesis, are: Kennedy, en route home from George Felmer Smith, driving
waterway links Romania with Alturas ($150) $8950; Auburn. his Malaysian peace mission, rhlle l Intoxicated, no drivers
CITY (UPI-The cuss problems left when th Davenport tb. West dale ($2,300) $1,68754; Bobsoa met for an hour with Douglas- cense, $100 or 30 d.,..

United States Aid Minion prepared group's work was suspende Vernon A. Csgle.Anburndate. Located ai Romania Is, It Park ($580) $307.77; Bartow Home In what was described asa J. Roland Trinque disobeyed! It's Time Now To Enjoy

activities tc,.. because of the disputl.Tencb' h.. a rich variety of terrain, $5,073) $4,61959; Bradley preview of the British prime .top sign/ -accident, $10. SUBURBAN LIVING
to resume Mri. Olen L. Dalton Mrs. from the Carpathians that iweep $125) $112; Davenport ($360)) minister's forthcoming visit to James Williams Jr., improper
day despite a continuing deadlock Immediate concer H Gasklns. John A. Gat- own from the Ukraine In the (268.47; Dundee ($260) $209.50; Washington. inn, DO show. in

In the US'Panamanian was to review specific areas c n, G. Earl McCoy Harold orth and swing west In the Eagle Lake ($250) $157.13; Ft. Diplomatic sources said the John Hart WIlson, driving

dispute over the Canal Zone aid renewal to make sure million Ray. enter of the land with peaks Meade ($1.000) $81086; flames two men, with Foreign Minister bIle Intoxicated accident, SunAcres

treaty members will not be I Mt. Cay, W. Va. over t.500 feet high, to the low- City ($2.000) $1.30656; Highland RA. Butler sitting in on the DOU. pro....
Benjamin Tench. head of the danger, particularly In th Robert Deakina. inds of Bsnat In the southwest City ($200) $122; Lake Alfred talks, discussed a wide varietyof Lynn A. Wood, following tooclo.elaccldent fHONI CT 3-1411
called meeting any ($650) $482.10; Lake Hamilton
lid mission a Haloes City to the Barsgsn steppes subjects in the context of the $10. OLD WINTM HAVlN.UKIUND .
of hIs staff this morning to dis Interior of Panama. Mrs. Harmon GUlls, W. Max .outh In Walachia, to the fertile $250) $170; Lake Lakeland Wales agenda likely to be used when Car owners violation ordlince HIGHWAY
(;$3,930) $3,27517
Both Americans and Pans iyner, Mri. C. E. Teal. lanube delta In the southeast. ; Douglas-Home meets President 596 forfeit $203 88.
looked to Wsahlngto ($16,475): $13,07465; Loughman Johnson tidy next month. Paul Thomas Angel drunk ALL HOMES
msnlani Eagle Lake Also rich In variety 11th. $73) $56; Mulberry ($SIIO) NEW
for a break I In the peace negc Mri. James E, Spiker. Miss climate and cultivation. The '[890.27; Nichols ($225) $186; I The British government con- Z5orlodays. I FEATURE LIFE-TIME
listless that could open th, ebra I. Weeks. 'arpathians, with annual tern- I Pierce (120) IllS; Polk City firmed that Kennedy and Doug Bobby K.: Brooks, drunk, U I MATERIAL FROM

way for restoration of dlplo matures. ranging from 93 to $150)) $134 81; Winter Haven las-Home discussed the Cyprus d.y. suspended. I EGER CONCRCTI
question to see whet might be Emil Phillips, drunk 30
sinus IS degrees Fahrenheit days
matte relations. (I!$6.575)) $5,960.71; Frostproof
Negotiators for the two Coon re Kills Man and covering 27 per cent of the ($900) $77655. done to broaden the basis of

tries met for nearly four hour lAm (UPD-Ceone Berlin and surface, are heavily wood. I "The Christmas Seal cam- Britain's peacekeeping missionon I For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3li1
in Washington Sunday, bu died Sunday night when the ed and teeming with game and algn Is primarily conducted the Mediterranean island.
failed to break the deadloc ng room of his home caught ears. hrough the mail" Chamberaln An official foreign office
L over Panama's Insistence tha The Banat lowlands form fer. stated "and is the only spokesman said however, that

the United States agree In advance 'Iremen said Derrlan appar-I tile agricultural land, the Barsan i source of funds for the assolatton reports that Britain had asked
that It will negotiate Iy died from smoke inhala. steppes are cultivated and which are vital In do- the United States and other allies
new Canal Zone treaty. Tti The flrt started from an dry In the summer and scoured l".. I cant some! program in the for military support on Cyprus I
U.S. government refuses t L-trical fixture, according to by snowstorms in the winter ight against tuberculosis anjl were "premature and I Bagwell Building Supply RlflJL"9'Paoe
make any pre-commttments. lorities. I Th. Danube delta on the Black ,, ether respiratory diseases. -' speculative." I ,



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:January J 27, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEP-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Pane Three



The Weather--Local, State And National I Toastmasters elected governor Polk president; Toastmasters Oscar of Smith the,Imperial newly Club;-I School Slated By... Methodists Next Month I IA


I and David Struthers. Greater Winter Haven the pastor at Haines City will City and former southeastern

.........--. ..--....N 'llrr'are .naaPMpaN+M sal r ...... Stage ContestThe Cowan and Smith were chosen Christian Workers School will conduct the course "Teaching !'I executive secretary of the
: ,11.\'r 'tty as judges for the contest be conducted here during the Children" for divisional I I American Bible Society

:. ', ., and were Installed and instructed next month by eight Methodist and departmental superintendent Other churches sponsor In c:
Toastmaster District by Peter Strict master churches of this area. teachers, parents and secretaries the course are First and Lena
Scheduled at Be'mt'rIe.! of children's work of Vista of Auburn-
47 humorous speech contest and from congregations
? 0 judge Clearwater. ,
Ip morial Church the general assembly the WSCS. dale, Memorial, Trinity.and 3d.John's .
I banquet was recently held at Approximately 175 Toastmasters of the school will meetat The Rev W L. Jo>ner, pastor of Winter Havew; the
: 1 Ns d0iw the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel in and their wives" from 2 to 2:30: p.m. on four Sundays of First Methodist Church, churches of Eloise, Dundee and
Clearwater throughout the state attendedthe Feb. 2, 8, 16 and 23, and Lake Wales, will !give the Lake Alfred.
-k t10' The winner of the speech contest event from 4:30: to 5 p.m, on Sunday, course on "The Methodist
The meeting was presidedover "
March Youth
1.
Fellowship, of special
., r4' w Na was Mike Beaudoin, from by Warren Price, district GIVES t'P POSTWROCKWARDINE
Five Instructors, authoritiesIn help to adult s.
,. o/ 4 Tallahassee who presented an from Orlando. ,
governor EnglandUPI
their respective fields, will" Dr. Harold E, Bucll, pastorof
imitation and exaggeration ofa teach the courses. IIde Park Church Tampa, ( ) -Hairdresser John
N i' speech given by Governor CIGARETTE STATISTICS Mrs. A. T Andersen member will present "The Work of the "Wall)" Wallace has given up
"' L sea Fsrrls Bryant Other speaker ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPIMorethan ) of Beymer Memorial Local Church," a basic course his post as secretary of" the
were Marvin Ellis Clearwater; half the smokers surveyed! Church, will teach "Leadershipin to help members of the aix "Baldheaded Men's Club
Robert Smith Key West; and at suburban Hailewood High the Methodist Youth Fellow commissions and the official "I'm the only member witha
1 Dick Robertson Cocoa School have quit smoking since ship," for which, young peopleof board, including trustees. full head of hair and find thisa
Attending the meeting from the surgeon general report IS or over will receive credo The final courselow to disadvantage," he said Sun.
Winter Haven were" Jack Cow. linking slgarettes and cancer, its if other requirements are Read and Study the Bible," Is day "At Important events like
s t 7 ; an, of the Stile Farm Toastmasters according to principia Francis met. I: by the Rev T Newton Wise, our annual dinner I have al.
I ; Jack Hendricks, area Huss. Mrs John Sanderson,, wife of pastor of First Church Plant ways worn a bald \III,."
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SNOW AND RAIN Scattered mow flurries are predicted for parts of the
of Winter HavenNOTICE
northern Appalachians and Great Lakes region. Light snow and snow flurries are predicted
for parts of the central Plains, central Plateau and northern portions of the
southern Plateau. Rain is forecaie for sections of the lower Mississippi Valley and
northern Rockies. Rain It alto forecast for the southern portion of the southern Plateau.
with snow flurries over the western part of the northern Roc i'l.


Florida Zones Five Day Forecast
Partly !I
Panhandle warmer I Five day forecast for peninsular

Mostly cloudy today tonight today t Florida for period beginning -

and Tuesday. No important to miles 60. i T p.m. tonight and ending

temperature changes. High today T p.m. Saturday:

58 to 64, low tonight 46 to Temperatures will average
52. near S degrees above normal.
North Normal minimum 40's north to60's
Partly cloudy and a little By in Keys, normal maximum
warmer through Tuesday. High
65 to 70 extreme north and 70'a
today 65, low tonight 45 to 50
Variable winds 5 to 15 miles elsewhere. About a quarter Inch
per hour. Atlanta rain north portion mid-week,,

warmer Partly through cloudy Central Tuesday.and a High little Chicago Boston otherwise indicated.little or no precipitation TO ALL THRIFTY PEOPLE WITH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS IN

today near 70, low tonight 50 to Denver
60. Easterly winds 5 to 15 miles Detroit


p per Partly hour.cloudy South through Tues Los Kansas/ Grace Lutheran First Federal Savings & Loan Association

day. High today 75, low tonight Miami
60'.. Easterly winds 5 to 15 Miami Plans CampaignNext
miles per hour. Twin

: Keys New New of Winter Haven
'f f'l Partly cloudy through Tues SundayObserving
day. High today 75, low tonight Phoenix I
(5 to 70. Easterly winds 10 to Raleigh .r .
115 mllea per hour. St. Louis Evangelism Sun. ,
San day at Grace Lutheran Church
/I.' TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT TOGO Seattle )yesterday members were

I OUT TO A MOVIE! Tampa they namea asked were to of give people spiritually to about the church whom con We Pay the Intangible Tax for Our Savers !!

Mr(. P.I M... Ch."., ti ,.t. cerned.All /
Sing a daubl (Kin.Mn. members
were then invited
St Too much work far to
participate next
.n., I supaou.OPEN :In the "Fishermen's Program"In Sunday

1:45 P.M. DAILY To which to any those church who will do\ be not visit belong First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Winter Haven

I Continuous from 2 P.M. David ed and Issued Invitations to at.
appointed tend Grace Church. The "fish. pays the INTANGIBLE TAX on all sayings accounts in this
end SAT.
SUN.
I Inept
dent- ermen" will meet in the ,
Chapel -
I ..Centimon.-- from 1 P.M.TOJAr Coast ,I at 3 pm. to receive their association. WHEN FILING YOUR RETURN WITH THE TAX
fires at assignment, and return to the
was church later for reports and re I ASSESSOR IN BARTOW DO NOT REPORT YOUR SAVINGS r'
Rice freshments. f
He has I The Church Choir offered the ACCOUNT IN THIS ASSOCIATION This is just .
EduCitionl'I another
of the opening sentence, "Create In
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ujA
tisiU I e
Me a Clean Heart. "The Lord
June.
until Is My Shepherd" was the an of the many services available kt your friendly First ,
general them aung by the Chapel Choir.
aia.l ninal of The Rev. August Bernthal s Federal Savings and Loan Association of Winter Haven.
1 fire In as his text Matthew 22:37, '- I
A shall love the Lord thy .!
sated with God with all thy heart and I 'J
Military all thy soul, and with all
degree In thy mind."
During "To love God," he said "Who '!Yj
/ 8 8tiiii served .. given Himself for us in the "
1
ilea? European of Jesus Christ la to

the the army ." a concern for other pea 1.i

bon The pastor stated that "the
i4 From church on Monday la the
OFZVI P"M for the estate salesman the man Watch Kew fast if grows Currentwith
p e.AE and from \ cars, the builder the
In our daily lives we
.villas more earls !lion many opportunities to wit- the help of generous I Rate
of th. D.miwTI
Railroad for Christ"Pastor
Alexandria Bernthal urged the earnings : ?. ;air p Per Annum
e Starts Wednesday Hastings to take advantage
these opportunities.James :
mission at '
JIIIH VAN SHEllEY MARTHI Ernest Kelly Leigh .: "
IEICN'IOHNS0N'WINIEIS'BYER" [ the and Army Is I Kim Olene children of Mr. : CompoundedSemlAnnually
I Mra. James L. Smith were V .:
for !
.Pot eves 2
ten :
livers Service. I Morning religious Matins clsssea and after.were

today. All choirs will re-

Wednesday as regularly acheduled \

yk All members of the 1964 : / '11t
Committee are asked to j d 1 .
present at > p.m. on Tues 4 StNI
I'' in the parish hall for the (
meeting of the year as We invite you to come into your mo'derrFirst Federal Savings m*
by Mrs. Lou Su- A Jtlie
chairman. and Loan Association of Winter Havei) tomorrow and open ..
HAVEN DALE 239A Grace Lutheran Kindergarten i
be repreaented at the Dis savings account. We currerzly payina'I
DRIVE-IN Teachers Conference of your are : 4/ % per

THEATRETonire Florida-Georgia District to ;
held in Hollywood Jan. 2931. annum, compounded semi-annually an your money earns
thru Tues. Nite The Sacrament of Holy Com
I. c.lo,- Life will\ be celebrated next from the first if deposited by the tenth )if the month. Enjoy

A4ult ...,.. ........ In the 10:30: a.m. wor
JACK LEMMON I I. service.are Members asked to of keep the security and big dividends when you save at your First Federal

"UNDER THE mind the smorgasbord sup Savings and Loan Association of inter Haven.
YUM YUM TREE" Feb. 9 from M pm. Tic-
,|M I are available from any
Women'a Guild member.
RICHARD WIDMARK la ."
k. "WARLOCK" I
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I. C.I.WEDNESDAY -
Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply

e NITI e p Of Winter Haven. .

_mt 2Sc THUISDAY Coup. N.tti NITI- Headquarters CRANE for-INDUSTRIAL All Types Pipes Velvet I Fittings '
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A Set AIM I c......,.,. {lira .f IOu....... Plumfelnf, Iorti tfi .1
P.t loon. I* MtcKanieal A InoluitrUI 'up".. &
WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DEUVERIES ,. ... ,
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P.<3. Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSIE -WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Monday, January 27 1964

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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- "YOU MEAN YOU DQNVWANTA BE A HERO ANYMORE?" I Washington WindowBy I


W. I. KYNEKSOrJ, I.it.r.Publl.n

JOHN W. RYNEkSON. Auiit.nt t. tn. ,."11,1... -
nKiti LYLE C. WILSON ready answer to that probablyIs

,.,,11.1..4 wally. I....r. Saturday) by k. Wiser H..,n Commentary United Press International that the colonel or general

Puklnhmf.; C., Int., |125 Jre1 Str.... N.W.. Winter H...., flr.a! ti Here la a $1 million dollar who ordered $321,000 worth of
motors ws* not aware that
new
Idea offered for free to Defenit -
CHARltS ftOSHORN .ft..1 M.Mf.r By Hilt NEWSOM: T i Secretary Robert S. Me- ample stocks were on hand.

UPI Foreign Mewi Analyst GLENN C... Namara. The offer Is In behalfof Th point of all of this ia that

JACK IIAHAN Aiwalata l"it.,r Red China Recognitloa: FOR that unhappy beast of bur. Army brass, civilian or mill.tsry .

# den, the U.S. taxpayer.The who handle that kind of
PETER J. SULLIVAN A.v.rtlilng. "'U.,.', French recognition of Red ? U.S.SENATEr, Idea Is this: Let the sec tax money should know what

China Ii in but ta announced* retary achieve a further annual they are doing before they do

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE f.ct. and that will come this fay economy of from tl million it. And a further point Is that

SI....." I AutcUt.t Int. Chi..,., IIlnt week. Formal announcement I i.due i. to maybe 1100 million by when one of the military brass

from Paris ins day or o. laying 1 penalty on the Defense goofs away s chunk of tax
...d. as S,.'nJ CI... Mill M.H.r 5.,.. l. ltI4 ,t the P... Offlc And thli will be followed b, Department chuckleheads who money, that fact should be

.In WI, .. H.v.n, PI.I.... Uft". ... .l Marsh 2. 1171 President Charles de Gaulle' now are tossing such sums noted In fat ]letters in his efficiency

news conference this Friday .t {v down the drain. rating. This relates not
I
which officials say two theme merely to the Army but to the
Defenie Department spendingis
\ IURIAU ti'
!MtMIER AUDIT
:/S \ rill be highlighted-Red Chin audited by the comptroller Navy and Air Force as well

Wr?..* OF CIRCULATIONS and a new drive for European general who I Is chief of the where the waste of tax moneyIs

...., political unity D. Gaulle will General Accounting Office shocking and almost incred

MEMIER take the opportunity to explain 1 t (GAO.) GAO Is a creature of ible.The

Active M.", "., UNITED! HISS INTERNATIONAL to the world why he has de- F Congress, established to Investigate comptroller general has

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The UnH.rf P,... antil1! .. the wiir ., tided to establish diplomat! the manner In which the been making these reports for
ASSOCIATION <. r.,ukll..ti i..1 ell Itcal ft.. rant. elation with Peking And, on T executive departments and a generation. It was not until
W4 .d 1 1ft this ntwiMMf .! will as elf UP,1 the political I unity point he win agencies spend appropriated the Eisenhower administrationthat

N... DuMtch malt clear that he still seeks I : fundi. la fiscal year 1M3, GAO the military paid them
loose federation of sovereign
much attention. SecretaryCharles
ADVERTISING DEADLINE made 362 reports on Defens
states with regular meetings of
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT Department spending operations E. Wilson demanded
ly the Word! I P.M. Pr.vi.u. D.,. ly th.. Inch I ,..... ',..I.u. Diy their leaden .rather than my Her Is an example of Instant attention to these accusations
Ucal N.IN.a, I P..... ,...1.., Day. Sunday leitl n D.aellMi. Friday, kind of closely Integrated union how the Army brass can and of waateful spending.
DISPLAY DEPAKTMINTiSunday Filler Explanation: Succeeding secretsrles repeated
does waste tax
Idili.it-I P..... Ttiuridiyt M..,a, Editl.P.M.. Friday D.) Gaulle will follow through money as re his orders. Secretary McNamara -
T......, Edit!.*-N.*n S.turd.yi, W..ft.....,, Thu",., end Friday on hli Red China stand to let ported by the comptroller general wrote what probably Is the
lditi. _1 f.M. Tw. Days In A.vanca.. :
his menage across to other naIons. T "The army planned to dispose firmest directive so far that

!M.mb.r S.uth.rn N.." .,.r Puklitk.ri A".ciatin His government ti reported : l + / t p t of its unused or economIcally waste fingered by the GAO
M.mk.r Florida P,... Auoclation planning to dlapatch I a t repairable stocks of 10- must cease.

umber of high.powered "tail ton crane shovels and 25.horsepower So it is that Defense corrects
SUBSCRIPTION RATES forc.." to various foreign eoun outboard motors and to the errors cited day by day by
MailV.
..., $1120: I menthe. ly".IOi Carrlar; I w.nth.. $411; I math, $1 I.f i tries In the near future. Their replace them with current models GAO But new errors persist.
...My. H a.ntt. Sine!. Cnl ti Dally, i sentsl| Sunday, I 18 xntt. job will b* to explain French which offered no material The chuckleheads who make
foreign policy by means of lee. 0 ? s tl'chnl1lollc.llmproveml'nt over them are not even Identified in'

TELEPHONE CY..... I.J I" ures and Informal contacts out. existing stocks (Read that sentence the voluminous reports so far

side the usual diplomatic cir again for the full flavorof accumulated.The .
cult Jacques Baumel seer' waste.) $1 million dollar idea

tory general of the Gaullla "The Army had disposed of would b* to Identify these wastrels '

A Thought For Today"B UnIon for the New Republic 25 of the crane shovels In unused by name and rank. Let

(UNR), and UNR Senator or economically repairable their efficiency reports bear

Jean de Llpkowiki are ex I condition costing $541,200, while witness against them and

careful for nothing; but in everything &j petted to leave soon for the I planning to spend about $12 against their future promotion.

prayer and supplication (petition) with thanksgiving United States and Canadahrlstlin Television In I ReviewBy Almanac million to replace them and The word would get around
de la Malene a UNR and quickly until a personal
- -- - others in the supply system
let your request bt made known unto God.." Phil. 4t parliamentary deputy and for.mer with crane shovels of similar feeling of responsibility for

In a hurricane when all were crying; in despair a minister of Information KICK DU BROW by the way, was so Marlon By United Press International cspsclty. The Army also disposed careful spending of tax money

lad said : "Hush, don't you thing God knows His business. reportedly will undertake a HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Since Br.ndo.lsh as to be unnerving.The of about $350,000 worthof would prevail in Secretary Me
similar mission In Europe. villains could not have Today Is Monday Jan. 27. Nsmara'a department. High
." -Dr. Albert L. Carnett this Is a show business town, repair parts for the crane
Malaysia Troubles Ahead: had the 27th day of 19M with S31 to time tool!
If
unusual Interest In been made blacker it shovels. An additional $146,000
there
was follow.
Attorney General Robert F
worth of repair parts was recovered
hiss and boo
been production.
Kennedy succeeded' In winning CBS-TV'a "Th Defenders" of s The moon is approaching Us from various disposal KENNEDY PLAQUE
The man bringing pressure on
News-Chief Editorials ao agreement for 1 ceasefirend Jan V. which dealt with an the actor was s complete cari full phase. stages s* a result of our point. PALM DESERT, Calif. (UPI)
eventual summit meet The evening stars are Venus
an actor unable to get roles because cature. And when his female lag out a continued need for California Coy Edmund G.
lag to settle the Malaysia Is' of past political s(fills- assistant introduced the element and Jupiter.On these pirts. Brown Sunday dedicated a.
this day in history:
lue. But the dispute over that tions. "With respect to the outboard bronze In
plaque a RomanCatholic
of bribery, the ]leading of
la teen President Abraham
Sickening newly 0 established Southeast A spokenman at CBS says the audience by the hand was motors the Army had church her in memory
Lincoln Issued general war order
Asian nation still Is far from come show people her who overdone, and the play of spent $575,000 and was planningto of the late President Ken.

This Bobby Baker Investigation is bringing out finished, as Indicated by Indo- missed the episode have liked< "principles" cheapened and No.and 1, instructing naval forces Northern to be spend an additional $321,000 nedy.

eslan President Sub a r n o'ss to see it after hearing about It. avoided head. collision army to replace existing stocks of un The Prealdent had worshiped
some rather sordid facts about people in Washington a on ready to make their first movesIn
Vement that his policy of
It has been reported thamost with Its subject taking the used motors"To st the Sacred Hurt Church on
whom we, Pollyanna-like, felt were above receiving gift "c 0 II fro n tit Ion" wasunlanged. of the persons who called out. At this point It the Civil War. replace existing stocks of his three visits to this Southern
easy way In 1880 Thomas Edison ws
tor politic purpose Let's start with the head man I Sukarno blamed by the network her after the program became clear that In handling granted a patent for an elee unused motors! Why The California desert resort
Malaysia lor having started the
1'reldenohnaon.. U only stands to reason that tlvi I HooUni which the United was aired protected other social protest video plays trio Incandescent lamp
Baker couldn't] Senator about It. Th CBS spokrama have been at least as Impressive. In the U.S. Eighth( Air
years ago Bobby give LyndoJohnson States feared could lead to ..tI.rout says that !In New York, on the 1843.
in the hundreds war If left unsettled mIght Force staged World War II'. ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
/ a hi-fi stereo set costing o; other hand the response waa Social protest plays have
have trouble at home If he first all-American air raid on
dollars without sacrificing from his family budget. Thii I backed down completely In his what heavily favorable Mike of 11 opened many doors for television Germany bombing WiUielma WDlO.TY W'LA.TY wm.TY WTY''TYCM.

fact can't bt made light of. opposition to the British.backecideration. What you I will.would like to des subjects. In the absence of haven In broad daylightIn .... a CII.ftlllt) 1 C"'R'" 1 C........ 11 '.
serious minded entertainment cn NIC AIC CIIOrnade
1D62, a U.S. Banger spacecraft -
Then ws read about our hero President Eisenhower with her Is the quality of that specials on video, they have missed the moon by 22," Tempe Ort..4. Tempe

receiving thousands of dollars worth of gifts from Tough Year Ahead: drama as a drama and nothing been the medium's chief drs 000 miles
Jspsn's Prim Minister lI'.y.ato else. The resson Is the extrava.
matte of 275:00News
accomplishments late NIGHT
utilities Monday January
various people connected with semi-public or
Ikeda
may be in for his gent hosannas that met the through the weekly series on all A thought for the day-Abraham -
service companies. We suppose that all of this has no toughest year in 1964. lie must tour. In theatrical circles, the networks But saving point of
a Lincoln one said: "Let us
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N. h.rt., Ntwi. Ntwaill
taint of wrong-doing but nevertheless we have that cope with soaring consumerprice subject touches the emotions view does not prevent the finestof have faith that right makes -J..r.., W fh.r W..th.r EdiUrlil. Spec Pull IU..,

and sick feeling that there must be other deal and the question of trade with the sensitivity of an open writers from displaying a sublime might and In that faith let us i: -CIS N... NIC N... AIC N... CIS New
uneasy bersllcatlon If he la to aurvlva nerve. And It Is highly! possible compassion for an entire to the end dare to do our dutyas Ml-CIS N... NIC N... Orbit. CBS News .
ings that aren't right. We keep hearing rumors about both in his own Conservative that those television people who situation rather than only I for we understand It." '
Too
some of our members of Congress who use their offices arty and at the head of the felt violently sympathetic to. their side of It. One-sided compassion Till--O..it Dtf.1. Y.Yea. Diet Dent Say Sty H.Will.,. Ann Travel, l Merle Merle i
overnment. ward the drama will It for
Spiraling push
for Interests other than the public's good. It's sickening. prices Is really not compassion "Io-T. Tall Truth Monday Outer Llmlti M.vl.
were 1 major Issue In lilt No.Tember's ia Emmy Award with all their at all The brilliance of the -Memories- 7i l-T. Tel Truth the Mtvlis Outer Llmlti M.vlI .

general election i nfluence. novel "To Kill A Mockingbird"Is
which Ikeda's party won. Ale It is no secret that the main an example of that. :00-I've AS....' Monday .t Outer Limits Movie ;

Over 100 Pages. time, he promised to check furor concerning the play The main weaknesses of thst"Defenders" 20 YEARS AGO lill-Ivt AS..... the M.vl.i Out.r Limits Mari. ,
1:30-luey. Sh.w Montiy ,t Wagers Train Movie1:45Lucy
h. prices in the next six stemmed from the fact that the drams Cpl Frederick W, Roe had .
episode ss Sh the MVII Wgn Trtln M.vi.t .
Last week Boot Allen and Hamilton] business' consultants onths. But they keep going mere subject way treated on a then were merely those Inherent entered the Field Artillery Of- *

from New York, presented their findings and p end up and up, with no end network And It I I. the belief of in the limits of most out. fleer[ Candidate School st Ft. : -Canny Thtmti Monday. .t Wagers Train Danny Theme

recommendations for the operation of the Florida Citrus et In sight. How to cope withe his viewer that some of the ho- and-out social protest shows on Sill Okla. Before entering service till-Danny Th..... the Movl.l Wagon Train Danny Thomas
t:10-Anty Griffith Maln/wat1 1 Wigan Trtln Andy Griffith
promised liberalization of snnss for the plsy-ss a drans he'wss attending Prince.
video. They concernedwith
Ire so
t.4t Anty Griffith The Stan W.gan Train Andy Griffith
Commission. The condensed version ran in excess -
per cent of Japan's imports -resulted from a deep *molonal > having to explain issues ton University where h* was a

of 100 pages. The study took seven months and cost t y April is another major head- Involvement with the sub- and details for the audience member of the Campus Club. 10:00-E.it Si",/ Sine Alen, creaking Pmt Lit Si10 *./

the Commission $115,000. The recommendations can be che. The government has ap- ject itself a depth of emotion that there is little time for 10 YEARS AGO :II- Wilt Side with Mitch lr.king; Pilot West Side, -
IO.JO-l.it SI"! ./ Sine Alone | Pilot! E.it SI1./
eared to the public to hat forgave weaknesaes that r.ng
buy much Four contracts for work
else. Large characters : On
adopted or they can be rejected just according to the to:41WII' Side with Mitchn.keg; Ptlnt Wttt Side
apanese products, but the pleas might otherwise b. v e been give way to large outlining. Inventiveness Winter Hsven's 1710,000 sewer

way the commission feels, industry or politics ma .s gone largely unheeded Minted up more sharply Somehow is unnecessary because and water expansion project I I 10o-N... N..., Set, Wtr N.willn. N.wi, Scents

want to dictate. oreign goods are much sought business friends have argued I everything is automatically which would bring facilities to Hill-Sp.rti, W'tK.r Tmght Shw. l'l.rl.l. Wth.r Wth.r, t.rl.l
ter status symbols In Japan, heatedly with me, but predictably on the aide Florence Villa, were signed by I IhlO. -Th.. r, .f Tnght! Shw Late She. Rearing 20'aI
There are many recommendations in this report I(1,45-fh. Stem Tnlght Shw tat She. Ra.rlngZQa ''
id the public strictly this viewer :
goes on merrily as a play of "progress, and is pre deter the mayor and city clerk during
that are exceedingly] good. It should be a commission I lying them. As a result eels the hour was far short of mined In Its approach. Need inventiveness a special meeting of the city 28

with a lot of flexibility, able to move and move rapidly, span's foreign currency short- the millennium.In be so limited-even commission at the Wiinter Haven Tuesday MORNING January :

ge Is expected to become even the play, the Mack-and. In a one.sided hero-snd.villain! city hall.
commission that be at the
be changed
It shouldn't a can ore critical. white Sh. &.... :
characters were simply I play? Of course not. Has anyone S YEARS AGO 7Oo-M..I. Teday Day .
whim of politicians. It shouldn't be a commission thai t too much to swsllow. The scor's forgotten that the comedy Miss Margie MacCalls was 7ill-Mevi. T.day Shew N.., Geed Day .0\
She Mickie Erin. &....
7lo-AI"u. Teday
Day
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dominated It must be for ADIO. wife wss portrayed as a 'The Male Animal" selected of the Winter
can be by any one concern. hinged on president 714I-C'I.u.. N.. T.day Sh." Mickie hut Geed. Day
the good of all the industry because the future Is goingto woman of perfect goodness; his the Sacco-Vantettl case and academic Haven High School Beacon -:.
Ion was full of the most lofty freedom? Club. II0o-c.I.I" Today Sh." Mickie "u. C.pti//.
bring come fierce competition. Not only will the desls; and the actor while full ." Kangaree T.day Sh." Mickie Evans Kangare.

growers of the state be competing with others in the WENT of doubts and well-portrayed, I Jo-c.I.i" Teday Shew. Ce,4.arili. Captain .
Shew -
:41- Kaneeree T.day C.rteenvllle Kangaree
nation but apparently other countries are going to gel t was still also depicted as a '
man of perfect heart. The boy WSIR Oo-A".I.: Te".,'. M..I. 1..1. Mernioe Movie.: :
in on our markets. And in addition synthetics are now 1360 ON DIAL DIAL Program 1490 .111- History T.day', Merie C.rI..n.lII. Mernine Merle. .

inroads never dreamed of in the past. Control e ',10-.."" ., hate Teday's M..I. Carteenville M.lft' Movie.
making Monday thru WEDUTVEducational MONDAY' I.M V.lu.i Tot Urine .:.$-....,., RII' T.day'e Merle C.rteenvllle M.lft Mevi.10:00CIS .
throughout the commission! must be tightened and above Friday Alumoon S 90 Mutual N... I '
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an it must have the complete respect of the industry a'00 Sin On ( ) 4 os Mom t Highway News Teday'. Manic Se.ni.h Base,' Mornin Movie10:10I
I 40 Tour Florid Gard.nS
a 01 National N... 4. Mutual N.w :
Such things as advertising merchandising and research OS, Bunny Brown 4MS Want t Job Good Morning : Lev. Lacy W.rd fer Werd Dr.mk.r 1 Lave t.
CHANNEL 3 TAMPA r :45: ; 10:41-1 b. Werd fer Weed Pride I Live.
1tO: N... H.adllnM 4 40 Horn t Highway {eD.t Lacy Lucy
appear to have a large part of the study, as!S a M Florida News I Of Mutual Non W Mutual N...
might It will take considerable amount oi f 00 Bunny BrownS Whml 11..010'. ,.I'L 17 s 011 flmi Along S OS What My Numbs I 1,00-Tha McCya CntnratHin Price I. Right TK. McCoyll.ll
well they 25 r.rm Report US: P.rlon.1'1. MI-Nrt 4 4a Today In Polk County 515 Jim Omnfl.ld ShowS -TI,. McC.yi C.ncentratien Price U It,aK> The McCoyt
time for the full impact of the study to be felt or 1 'M N.tlonnl N... S W Biology franral Ills e.io Mutual N.waSinf S in SS Mutual Dick tyrich Nrwaa.sa Show IIJo-PaI. I Gl.dyi Miiilnn Ltnkt The Object, Ii P.*. I Gladys

either the commission or the industry. We do feel thai t 7.00.5O: N.Dnuf.. MonKomrr HI.dUM. S 14 Bunihm.N..AI'Almanac MoII.1t -Air. Along Evening 10 DO Mutual' 1'1.., 11141-.1.. t 6l.ya, Miuina Lmlii Th. O.i.ct It P.I. I Glade,'
I 00 World 10 OS Dick Eyrich Show
N.wtSport.
it should be completely aired for the benefit of all M Spotlight I On BportaS 110: B.cmnlnc Bpanltb I 011 Roundup in an Mutual H.., AFTERNOON
Natlonnl and Ilnrtd Ktwl Mlram Amor I III Trading PMt 10 SS Dick lynch Show

00: :Dnuf N... Mnniinm.nrm U.adUmi I I J X: > 0 TourMM ration D.utfh Alphabet. 1:10: Wall Blunt..Report 11 11.'00 IW Dick Mutual Lynch H... Show !I:00 l.v, .f Life Tear First Saves Kya N..., Wa hr
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I Wall Street ChatterNEW OS Dot? Farm A Gard.n a.JO Jlr NtSOO Kenneth Clark On Art- I0u Fulton Lrwi Jr. :SS Minutv.: from Maa }: -SrtK f.. Tmrw Truth r f.th.r $,,H fr TmrwKn

Almanac P.r.Dwt| ... : the Star 31.35 Dick Fyrlch Show !!}:4S- uidmj light Cni.4uni ... l.tt Guying Light
It Dour Honlcnrn.ry JFK Abroad n: \\ra"tl:::; II:M Tim SlcnalU

YORK (UPI) Martin James T. Hughes of Auchin., W Community: Bullntln Board 10 no gorlal Security Ia Action T 311 Mutual NrwaMu.ie .OH Mutual N... I 1.00-TIA N.... Sprti, Magic Of Muil L,,. .f (life;
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Gilbert M,. T. "Jo* Tnv.lt. T..U.J.a.. II a 011 Club 1490Mutual 11'10 Chat with the BhrUti |ItJo-W..I" Turn lest *t N... World Turns
Co. says that as far as be is it is possible the optimists 30 N SS National News 5 36 Club 14! i-NIhtbt 13 20 Bar It With Mtuln ,
concerned there la no change forecasts of expanding Industrial :W N_. HoadllnnaU 510 Lot.Social Figure Stud! I Of) Mutual N... 12 SO Mutual JII.., 1:00-,...wrd. L.t'i Make Ann Stlirn ,.....rJ

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particularly R' lon.l
and Blat WMth.rIS .
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view of the dominant uptr.ndlInel 1960 and 1W2 record industris M anrlchm.ntSe 10 mi Fiorina N.wa WtkrSn 1:IS 11 am editorial .
In both the industrial and production was accompanied b3;r MI stork Market Bull.ll Report Board 11 45 10 Ie U.a,*...Hlalo'r-H..o... In Action. S 10.10 Off | 10 S.I Mutual Mode ('mm the CU.teI Oo-T. Tell Truth Ur.H Y.ung v.n.r.l T* Tell Truth
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rail Indicators.feels the technical declines in the Dow-Jonea aver in National N... 11 M Th. .. .morlc.naAm.rleuH .5. sign\ OnMutual Morning I'vs Mum "H:lh.a, 1:) -I J,, .' Night y.. D.n't Say Oases fir Day Edge .! Night,
Gilbert be ages. Vt Brur r..rk'r I.to., IIU !I... 311 Mom. A HIt.II.., |.4t-tai, .f Night Ya D.n't Say Queen fir Day I.g .) Night
background continues to :to N.w. H *dlln.a 14.15 Muniral Ilt.rlud.u .011 Good (orninff 4 'WI Mutual N... .
and expects s well- II Florida N... M .JaIrt Corn.ra, I 30 Mutual N... 4 OIl H...... A HIIIII.." 4:00-J.tr.t St.rm Match &...., T..11".t. S..rt Stem
strong no Bruc Park.rCommunity" hi I IS Florida 11... 4 Marble 4 :V) Mutual N...
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demand for stock 4 IS S.cr.t Stem
maintained QUAKE HITS 30 Butl.tla Board OS Habl.motKpanol SpaalakI I III Good Morning 4 JS Want Job* : -
the period ahead. SS National N... I.it Horiaon Ol Scl.n- 7 110 Mutual 11... 4... Horn A Highway 4:10-Un.l, Wilts Uncle lrc Tr.iU.it.f Mary Elise
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N.., Nasal... t.SO From Th 1I.IRI\IIII- Tin '. R S IIS Hin. Along .
Bach Co. says that with we earthquake rocked till 5 M Tn TIm. Social Btudl,, v-al Good Moraine: 150 Mutual N... IOo-W.,.., Mickey Maverick. Weedy.

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optimistic over the immediate were reported. 01 W.aihrr P ummary I.U Our ....I..1I1\1 World- 7..5 Bmirta Rvl.vMutual S-M Upon Roundup li4S- T, Laver 5.. Hunt Maverick_H.ri.l. '.'1.,,
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expected to make exceedingly corded the quake at 5. or OI :1 T.II IIrhl Tim I SO Hom.maklns. .Marjorl 5 its Mornlnc.wa Roundup I" Mutual H... .Ift4 are subject t. an,,gi ,t ,,y ti.... The Daily N.wt-Chi.f ,ublnk.ti
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Monday, January 27, I9&4 Pane 5 j

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WINTCQ HAVEN DAILY NEWSCUICFCettt $ I Couple To Reside Here After Retirement I I


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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moore of Brunswick, Ga. have purchased a home here on

6// / Drexel Avenue. Mrs. Moore has arrived to redecorate their new residence, and I

Mr. Moore will arrive following his retirement in two months.


I iI.t ct Army PFC James E. D. to spend the remainder of the !Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R.

.t Allshoune, ion of Mrs Laura winter season here. Long of Chatham, Ohio are
Taylor, has beta assigned to spending three months here'at
432 South First Street, SE.
J by BlLUC CLLIS Operations Company 4th U. Stuart A. VTItlnskl, a fresh
S. Army Security Agency man at the University of Flor
I Field Station Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
near Aimara,
i \ / Ethiopia. ida in Gainesville, has been Bodendleck of Kansas City,
y. Siama Chapter Holds Social pledged by PI 1 Kappa Phi Mo. are visiting here with
Mr. and
y l Mrs. C. n. Ortt, Worthy Fraternity. Mrs William E
1 1 r Sigma Chapter members Grant Mr. and Mri. Reid Star, inviter all members and Man William Varaadoe Is Lake Silver Drive. Mr Bo-

entertained their husband Iverien, Mr. and Mrs. James visiting members to the meeting recuperating at her home after lisher.drndieck is a magazine pub

i Mtr and invited guests with a covered Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. W A. tomorrow night: at eight undergoing treatment In
+ I o'clock In the Masonic Tem the Winter Haven
Hospital
dish dinner Saturday Steorta, Mr. and Mr*. Robert Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Maul-
pie New officers will be elected
I
evening at the home of Mr. Tadeyeske, Mr. and Mrs L during the business sestina Mist Becky Mjren daughter den of South Carolina, and
of
more recently Zephyrhill,
and Mrs. Don Corby. Follow D. Tucker, Mri. Beverly which will be followed by a of Mr. and Mrs Herman have moved to Winter Ha.
\ ing the dinner, various typesof Schnetzler and guests, Mr. I loclal hour. J. Myera his formally pledged ven and taken up residenceon
ft card garnet were enjoyed and Mr. Carl Heck, Mr. and Gamma lo Chapter of Avenue B, SW.
,l by the group Mrs. Charles P. Woodall III Mn. Dessle Rogers was dismissed Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority at
Those in attendance were and the hosts, Mr. and 1orl. I ICorb yesterday from the the University of Florida In Mrs James Lewis of Or-,
t4 sd + x 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adams, ,. 1 Winter Haven HospitalDr. Gainesville. lando visited here yesterday.
;;! Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Carrell, with her daughter, Mra.
;, ", -=--- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coyle, and Mrs. W, J. Bar Mrs. Kathrrn Tighe and George Coarsen and son.
THEY ARE NEW- Mr. and Mn. Fred Carrier, NEWS BRIEF Field are here from Chicago, twin sons have moved to Win
New resident of Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Norman Elliott, Mr. and Mr. R. L. SingleI Ill for a winter visit. ter Haven from their former Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T
ere H. S. McClamm end
I old Mr and Mrs. Glen Damron, ton and son are making their home In West Virginia Lloyd of Roanoke, Va. are
ono-yur- daughter, Kim. The MeClammas moved here from Tallahasseeend Mr. and Mr*. A. L Fazrarl, home here on Longfellow SE!: Mr. and Mm. Hiram Rob- They are residing' on AvenueC here for a two month winter
are residing on Leslie Avenue In Jan-Phyl Village Mr. McClamme Is an Mr. and Mrs Robert Ferguson after moving here from Ata have arrived from their SW. visit

attorney.Coddington Mr. and Mrs. Pete lanta Ga. I h tome In New Jersey and plan.
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I Club Holds Session E"A New Arrivals ..

Coddlogton Home Demon. with this type embroidery In 4 v lr Mr. and Mn. Oliver W. Davis of Auburndile are the parent
titration Club met Friday each corner. of a ton born at t-I4: a m. Friday In the Winter Haven
Hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds, fourteen and a half
A
morning at the home of Mrs. workshop Is planned to ounce.
Leroy Hostler. Guests were start work on Christmas gifts
Mrs. Harry Stein of South for 1964. The Frank Goodman A six pound, nine ounce daughter was born at 10:32 son.
Dakota and Mrs. William cottage on Lake Haines Friday the local hospital to Mr. and Mrs James D. Reynolds

Doench of Evansville, Ind. will be the locale of the shop, : Mr. and Mrs Edward Burton are receiving congratulations
The President Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Goodman and Mr. on the birth of a daughter The junior miss arrived at 146a :
Wilson, read an article "Your Robert Woodard will be two .m. Saturday the local hospital weighing seven pound and.
Smallest Efforts Count." of the Instructors.The one ounce

Announcement was made of February meeting will A daughter was born to Mr, and !Mr*. Guy M. Grayson of
the County Council meeting be In charge of Mrs. Walter Bartow In the local hospital Saturday. The baby arrived at
on January 28th at 10:30: a.m. Christianson whose program 1:04: a.m. weighing six pounds, twelve and a half ounce
In Bartow headquarters. Mem will be "
"Spring Flowers. Mr. and Mrs. 'rank P. Part of Auburndale are announcing .
bers were urged to attend to Hostesses will be 7 i '
Mrs. Kern e'
} the birth of at
a ion 10:53: a.m. Saturday In the local hos
take any home canned food Duncan and Mrs.
George
pital. The baby's weight was recorded at even pounds and
for exhibit at the State Fair Siemer, at the home of the two .
In Tampa, and to enjoy a former, on February 22nd. raarr4 'e li +' ounce
covered dish luncheon on the i t'' t1? nr A son i Is being welcomed by Mr. and Mrs Larry D. McCoy'
28th at Bartow. of Auburndale. The baby weighed five pounds, fourteen and a
"The Proper Selection and half ounces when he arrived at 8:42: p.m. Saturday In the community *

Vie of Sewing Threads" was Roaring 20's hospital.Mr .
discussed by Mrs. Leon Rid. and Mrs Cleveland W. !Mill are receiving congratu
ley. Advantages of inythetie lotions on the birth of a daughter at 3:45: a. m today In the
threads, in many cases, was J community hospital. The baby' weight was recorded at six
ihown. Party Planned 'd s ,, r, pt pounds, four and a half ouncea
A detaOed talk on Crewel d 1 a A daughter was born at 9:03 p m. yesterday in the local
embroidery was given by Ida bi'j a e.. hospital to Mr and Mrs. Marlon Lee McCall of Lake Allred.
MM. Leona McMillen, who t f tr ( The baby tipped the scale at five pounds, fourteen and a halt
told of Its origin In the 12th For Tuesday 1 d w + ta fJs ,ewf ounces

century, countries where it A saves pound eleven and a half ounce daughter war
war most popular Its development born at <29 am yesterday In the local hospital to Mr. and
by the American colonist Father Anderson Halt win Mr*. Gary C. WltCi of Lake Wales.
*, using vivid home dyed resound with the "RoaringTwenties"
Mr. and
Mn. Thomas Leo Johnson of Auburndale
are the
yams, and the revival of the
Tuesday eveninga
parent of a daughter. The junior miss arrived
beautiful handwork the at (:35 p.m.
{ past members of St Joseph'sGuild -
In the
community hospital weighing seven .
pounds.Tht
lew In this ,
year country of St. Joseph' Catholic SPRING BLOSSOMS SPOT FASHION

Mr luncheon*. McMOIen cloth she displayed had made a Church entertain their husbands Topping the feminine crowning glory, Mr. John Milliner Emme ef New York designed this "spot ,- -a'
and dates at a potluck silhouette for 1964. The fashion" for It's blouse and duo
I creates this blossoming spring spring. a hat In eon-
upper Costumes to begin at 6:30. high-crowned cloche is adorned with delicate white silk feti-dot silk surah, a bright melee of emerald, royal end I I II
are optional daisies scattered lace work of hand-woven white black on whit. The hat has the scuttle witha
Prizes will be awarded to the over a new shape I II
GIFTS, : best nan' and ladies' costume straw. For dramatic emphasis, the designer Interlaces lowiih square crown end a buttoned tab In front. The I
? *. Following the supperan green silk velvet ribbons end deftly bowknots .them at scarf blouse fattens with a pair ef bows at the waist. I i iI I II

F : reminiscent evftl nl"*of entertainment the twenties the center back of the bonnet.For IUPI Photos) SUCCESS miRY It

bas been planned. During the

I@ will evening be awarded.a ailver tea service Mixing Bowl Dr. George Graf AddressesWomen's I I I II

An ladle of the parish,
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Butter-Rich CookiesFor
whether or not they are member I
1\\ of the Guild, are Invitedto Republican Club :
When
you mo,, attend with their husbands I I I'I

ltD, towae; or to dates.take All a covered ladle dish are asked and. Valentine's Day The Republican Women's Club of Winter Haven I''I .1.1I

held its in the
complete place setting for regular monthly meeting Hibiscus

Year W.lcm* Wa".. themselves and their escort. A* traditional for Valentine' IS cup finely chopped Room at the Haven Hotel Thursday, when about forty I I : u.II I
t'J Hates will pecans George speak on "The Conservation
V r .butt .f ,tftt tad who are members of St. Ce candy are the special heart- JO candled red cherries Image." I II I
cilia' Circle
friendly greetings framMr are Mesdames shaped cookies mothers prepare II
rtllffom, tlvl. andkuiliuu Robert Schneider, chairman for their families. This (about) (64t-ounce Jar) Dr.Graf paralleled the belief I I
leaden( William Croft, Andre Forges, Valentine' Day treat all the Sift together 4V4 cups flourand ; of the Conservative/ with ,
Joseph Lango, Aldo Marchetti, baking powder. Cream Lake Alfred
r sweet tooths in your family that of the Christian, who believes I
Ray McKenna, H. M. Owen with crisp Cherry Valentine together butter or margarine
I If have |leaf reeved Jr., Arthur Pobjecky, Byron Cookies, butter rich cookie and sugar until light and In the dignity of the Individual Fire Auxiliary
wa
.. Quinn, Richard Kooi, William filled with candled cherries fluffy. Add orange extract. and his right to express I .
f* Winter H v k sure Plans
.. Reed and Armon RuggicrL and pecans. Add eggs, one at a time, and act on his view of SupperThe 1.I
ta ph.
mixing well after each add) I
You busy mothers will especially C d's will for that [Individual.
tion. Stir In Add Lake Alfred
pecani. Fireman's
994-2989 He defined Conservative
appreciate the ease with a asa i
li
which these refrigerator cookies flour mixture gradually, mixing person "right In the mid. Auxiliary met Thursday the
For the whole family: a well. Add more flour if "
dl, between recreation hall .
are prepared. You aim- no governmentand of the firehouse
home "intercom" with to necessary, to make a dough rI
up absolute i
ply roll out the cookie dough government. with Mrs. Alvin Kubik
I be I ,
that
seven stations linking to each can handled. Divide .v
Wi W An Interesting and lively
.
oMI GOH with whole
to
rectangles, top
presiding Mrs. Allen Lewi .
other and, if desired, "talk candied cherries then fold dough in half. Roll out one question and answer period I .f'I
back" speakers at front dooror half on waxed paper to rectangle followed Dr. Crifs talk. led in prayer and Mrs. Frank I
and directed
shape the dough as
In nursery. Set can also to form unique heart- I x Inches.. Place During the Dullness session, Miner was hostess $ 'I i:
be adapted to control coolIng 15 cherries lengthwise in a .
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various form of money raising New members welcomed into
., shaped rolls to slice cookie I
or sprinkler lystem from. row down center of rectangle. project were discussedand the i "1'
-- Fold edges of group were Mesdames
rectangle lengthwise decided upon It was also
evenly inapea cookies toward enter: to meet announced that 1964 dues are Kenneth Delgel, Oliver Me. I I
be lure the rolls of dough cherries but do not cover payable and an Invitation was Kuhen, Carroll Hughey and opportunity that spells success often I
are thoroughly chilled and cherrlei. Then, fold entire extended to all Interested Republican Tommle Evans.
We have the firmed-by at least one hour roll In bait lengthwise with women to join the The group 1 Is planning a pot knocks without warning. Would you have 1.
e in the refrigerator or freeter. cherries on Inside. Seal edgeto club. Contact Mri James luck 8:30: p.m. meal for fire. I' ,
Only :, Slice the cookies with a very. form solid roll of dough Blinding, Secretary, for Infor men and their families on : the financial backing to cash in on it? Write 'I I
I sharp, thlnbladed knife, dipping with cherries in center and matron Saturday in the recreation I

the blade In hot water bring to a point to form bottom Following the program, tea, hall. your success story, through the ofone ::1
if the cookies pages
occasionally
of heart
design. Wrap coffee, assorted sandwiches Announcement war made that
XEROXCOPYING begin to stick. Work with waxed paper around dough. and cookies were served from the Winter Haven Auxiliary I of booh.'I
only one roll of dough at a On opposite side of point, a lace covered table centered has invited the local group ; our savings account record

CENTERin time keeping the second re push dough In, making a crevice with an irrrsngement of to a meeting at T:30 p.m., ( I II
Each
frigerated. to form top of heart ,gladioli carnations and corn next Monday, at Tampa Electric ; addition there brings you one step
Cherry Valentine Cookie* design. flowers, In red, white and Leisure House for s demonstration I
Winter Haven eve cup sifted enriched Refrigerate for 1 hour, blue. on citrus cookery I closer to your goal.Serving .
flour or until firm. Cut into 4t. ,
I
1 tablespoon baking inch slices. Place on un-
You'vt seen the magic of Xerox copy. powder greased baking sheets Bike RESTAURANT FEATURE 1
ing demonstrated on television. Now 1 cup butter or margarine in hot oven (400 degrees F.) I You for
1 cup sugar 10 to 12 minutes or until HONDA* I
use its fast, low-cost service in our 1 teaspoon orange extract lightly browned. Make about I I II

shop. You can't tell the copies from the 1 egg 9 dozen cookie SOUTHERN 28 Years, !

original. Immediate delivery. No matter I II'I

what you have to copy Xerox FRIED 1 1I CHICKEN '

can copy it. And, only Crowson has a
Xerox reproduction center in Winter John Crisp Funeral Home iv WITH t rieiusus. HOT ions ** ivm* PEOPLES. I
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Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-W1NTK HAVEN FLORIDA Monday, :January 27, 1 61'

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Dimes WeekProclaimed 1 Shriners HoldDinnerDance if't .- College Board


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To Get Bond


j
I The Winter Haven Shrine + r&g

Danlzler Hub held itt annual Instillation Issue TuedayTALLAHASSEE
By
ceremonies and dinner
dance Friday night at the
/I Lake Region Yacht and Country
The Mothers' March for the I Club with 83 members and (UPI) Atty.

March of Dimes will be held their ladies present, including Gen. James W. Xynet laid today

tomorrow night In Winter Haven out.of town guests. that the $75 million college

and Mayor Richard Dintler Visitor Included Illustrious : bond program will be one of the
Potentate R. S. (Stu) Lang of
bonds ever Issued
strongest by
issued
today a proclam.tlonaettlnl
Egypt
Temple, Tampa, and Florida.
the State of
this week at March of members of hit divan and their
Kynes said he has thoroughly
'f' mow.e ladies immediate
r Put Potentate
Dimes Week. ; -
studied the bond proposal, along
The proclamation If at follows Jarvii 0. McSwaln and hit with bond approving counsel and
wife Clyde A. Gleason junior
; i -
: the attorney for the State Boardof
grand warden of the Grand
"Whereat, March of Dimes Lodge of Florida; William S. Administration.He .
said the resolution authorizing
70 hospital Chrlitlan, Immediate
supports nearly past
Issuance of the bonds for
grand master of the Grand -1r
treatment centers, and, university and junior college
Lodge of Florida and delegation
a
"Whereat March of Dimes
,
1 construction will be submitted to
J" from the Lakeland
li research for the
financing
the State Board of Education
Shrine Club.
prevention of birth defects John K. Mitchell outgoing J dil r } Tuesday for approval if

arthritis, and other illnesses, president, presided and made .. adopted, he said he will start

and, his final of activities court validation proceedings
report :
"Whereat March of Dimes and progress during 1963. : I"" within two weeks and unless
statistics show that approximately
there are unforeseen delays
Among the various ,
accomplishments "
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[ .
250,000 American infants of the Club last year Y.r'I"' ,,.4: ; : '" t-> the bonds could be ready for

birth defects are born and each approximately year with were I 10 per cent Increase in ", :.... ? ,05.?,' 'I j' ft. .. sale no later than May 1.

membership upwards of 50 per

11 million children and adults J cent Increase in weekly I lunch .- .. .-........... '. '- -
suffer from some form of arthritis < No Frost
eon attendance institution
meeting
or other disabling rheumatie MARCH OF DIMES-Mayor Richard n.d of a monthly group, visitation SHRINE INSTALLATION The Winter Haven Shrine Club held its annual Installation -

disease, a proclamation today proclaiming this week "Marc of to one of several churches dinner-dance at the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club Friday night. LAKELAND (UPD-The) morning

""Now, therefore, I, Richard I Dimes Week" Clifton Howell, director of the Drive, was on a rotating basis the contribution Front row from left: Arnold Reitzhelmer, W. Bruce K..", Illustrious Potentate R. S. temperature bulletin from

Dantler, by virtue of the authority on hand to witne-ss the Mayor signing the document by the Cracker Unit "Stu" Lang, Floyd Bradley, and J. D. Laird. Standing, from left: Warren O. Williams, the Lakeland Weather Bureau:

vested in me at Mayorof which helps to make up the annual Robert R. Hicks Clarence Hobeck, Howard "Dutch" Albright, Darwin f. Carrell, Forecast for peninsular Florida

the City of Winter Haven, Christmas and Citrus Day President Jack C. Allison, Walter G. Bell, Roy I. Knudsen, W. H. I Bill) Williamson for tonight and Tuesday:

do, hereby proclaim the week 28 Negroes Are Snake Curator parades, plus the club's sponsorship J. P. Gunter Jr., John K. Mitchell, J. D. Hill, l. W. Dunson Jr., and Mason S. Connary. Cloudy and warmer with oc.culon.1

beginning today at March of publicity and promotion rain northern districts.
Dimes Week and urge all our Dies From Bite of the Appaloosa HorseShow Partly cloudy and mild central

citizen to contribute to the last September, proceeds Virgin IslandsContinued FLORIDA STOCKS and southern districts. Lowest

March of Dimes campaign and In Show RowTAMPA By Puff AdderSALT from which were added to the Atlanta Loses Here are the 1 p.m. closingson temperatures Tuesday morning
especially to support the Mother Club's Orthopedic Clinic Fund. ranging from 50'. northern districts
From Florida
( Page One) stocks as reportedby
LAKE CITY (UPI) -
March on the evening of Mitchell expressed his appreciation to the 60's southern dis
Jan. 28.DcGaullc. Jerry De Bary, curator at the to all committee members the Republic of Panama, supplemented Francis I. duPont and Co.: tricts.
(UPI) Police arrested Salt Lake Zoo, died today from Including the ladies'groups Its Race Image inconsequential quan Air Control 18H Future temperature outlook

28 Negroes Sunday night I bite of a deadly snake suffered for their time and helpIn I titles of oranges grown in the Tampa Electric 25V4 Little change Tuesday night.
when they tried to enter all- "
Move an Saturday night while the planning and follow Virgin Islands, Rutledge said. Florida Telephone 26V4 No frost danger through Wed.
drive-in
white theater, authorities cleaning the reptile's cage. through of various activities, The official protest second Plant Industries 214 nesday.Shoppers' .

(Continued From Page One) The reported today. De Bary, 37, i man who bandied both of I business and social After RiotingATLANTA by Mutual In the past five -- -- --

ministry spokesman said the themselves Negroes as members, Identifying of the poisonous reptiles for 10 nature, such ss arrangementsfor months was fired off by Rut- 'fftllmmmtm1tm5

recognition of Peking was a Young Adults for Progressive yean at the coo without incident periodic group attendance ledge in letters to Secretary of

"step forward toward strengthening Action, drove to Fun Land had been in "very criti It Egypt Temple, Tampa, and (UPI) Atlanta Agriculture Orville Freeman,
pesce." The Soviet government Drive-In in several up can Sunday cal" condition since being attacked the dance at Nora Mayo Hall emerged with ita image as a Sen. Spessard L. Holland and

newspaper Izvestia night and tried to buy tickets. by the puff adder. last December. racially moderate southern city George A. Smathers, and U.S. Convenience j

scoffed at Western speculationthat Manager Charles Rose told The two-foot, grayish brown Lang presided over the Installation somewhat tarnished today following Rep James Haley
snake struck after De became ceremonies. Officers installed Earlier, Rutledge called the
the French move would them to leave and when they Bary a weekend of racial disturbance -
and braced his for 1964 Jack C. moved "Juat not good business GUIDE 'PO
displease Russia, because of Its refused he called police. dizzy were: that erupted into fist- .
Ideological controversy with The Negroes followed I squadcar hand on the tide of the insideof Allison, president; Howard swinging clashes by any stretch of the Imagina
(Dutch) Albright, first vice tion."
Red China. to police headquarters and the cage. Eighty.four persons Including
The official Soviet government were booked on charges of trespass His wife, Kay, was one of the president; Mason S. Connary, Negro comedian Dick Gregorywere
paper said France had against warning they first persona at bit tide after second vice president; DarwinF. arrested and pushing and
third vice Garrison Wood
Carrell, president;
the make struck. She brought
taken a "realistic approach"and were later released without bail shoving melees broke out between
and W H. (Bill) Williamson
recalled that Moscow bad pending a hearing, which has antivenin, or make serum Negroes and whites during (Continued From Page One)

"Insisted for over 10 years on not been set. from the family borne to the secretarytreasurer.Allison, In reviewing proposed two days of racial demon- dard and three standard certifl

the restoration of China's lawful James A. Hammond, president '00.I activities for this year, itrstions. Tensions reached a cite courses with the American IN GREATER

rights la the United Na ot the Negro group, said solicited continued support of high point when Integration- Institute of Banking, aa well

Lions"Some more demonitratlona would eon aU club members and particularly lita and Ku Klux Klansmen paraded aa four graduate couraes. He
western sources Insisted thus against the tU-whVU theaters New York alde-by-aide on a down ia also WINTER HA YENXPtRT.INEXPNRIV
,. of hla new directors a 1962 graduate of the
however, that the French of Tampa. I aides and committee personnel I town street.Troubles. Nabac Banking School at the
I move would pose serious problems "These businesses are licensed who were introduced. University of Wisconsin.

for Moscow, because it enhanced by the state to. serve the public They include Walter G. Bell, Before coming to Winter Haven -

the prestige of Red and any well behaved person" Stock Report' J. P. Gunter, Jr.; J. D. Hill, DelayContinued he spent eight years in the
China, which the Russians were should be allowed to enter, he Clarence E. Hobeck Roy I. U.S. Air Force, of which three t \

seeking to_I isolate diplomaticallyas said NEW YORK (UPI-Midday Knudsen, J. D. Laird, WarrenO. ( From Page One) and one-half years were with

part of the hardening Sino- tock prices: Williams and John K. Mitchell don Cooper Jr. from Cape Kennedy the 376th Bomb Group In Italy II

Soviet conflict. Westwood PTA Alabama Gal 35% directors; George B. Wai- eight months during World War II, where asa
At the Geneva disarmamenttalks American Can 43 cott and Leslie W Dunson, Jr., ago. lieutenant colonel Wood flew CUSTOM RE.UPH01SnRIHG'I WORK
diplomats from Europ Meets ThursdayThe American Hardware 45merlcan aides; and this committee National television networks 65 combat missions and won
ran, Asian, African and Latin chairmen; Howard Albright, were standing by to transmit the Distinguished Flying Cross
Motors 17Vi
American countries agreed the ways and means: Mason S. the. thunderous launching of the with one Oak Leaf Cluster, the Auto Glass Seat Covert Convertible
Westwood Junior High American Sugar 23T/a 16 Tops
story, 562-ton rocket when
boost for Red China would have Connary, membership and attendance Air Medal with seven Clusters,
far reaching reprecussions both PTA will hold its regular meetIng American T&T 148 ; entertainment; and today's postponement was an the Distinguished Unit Citation Complete Selection of Fabrics

for the United States and for Thursday at the school beginning American Tobacco 26H J. D. Laird publicity.The nounced. They also hoped to and 10 battle stars.
Russia at 8 p.m. Anaconda 46% "Showmen" of Port-O- show pictures taken from the After the war he served In Hicks Upholstering & Glass Shop

Connell Rodger I, faculty Atlantic Coast Line 66Vi Call and Hawaiian Village rocket. the Pacific as an air base commander 1201 SIXTH ST. S.W. an.IU4f.
member Is scheduled to speakto Babcock & Wllcox 53 fame provided the music for The television camera was attached on Saipan and Iwo Jima -
the parents about the guidance Bendix Corp. SO dancing. to Saturn's revolutionarysecond and 329th operations officer 1 .Iwtl
program used at the Bethlehem Steel 33% Itlte-ths SHoot long. and liaison duty.
school. Boeing 38% 19.ton section ih ---cle tiii > toCAMERA Lawnmower
..aew Myl MN A a0uM1aofPRU He and his wife Jesn, who Is
Borden 69H M. P. JohnsonContinued hoped would soar Into orbit aa a teacher on the Westwood a & TV HEADQUARTERS
Carolina Pwr T Lt 73H the heaviest man.made satel Junior High School faculty, V
( From Page One) Winter Hove TORO -
Over 400 Horses
Chesapeake & Ohio 72Vi have Fil Jesee
lite.The one son a senior -
Phone SalM A (orvleo
Authoring
and Mrs. (Bemire) 293-4"4
Chrysler 40 ven, Henry satellite portion also st Winter Haven Senior
(Continued From Page One) Cities Service 63't Thompson of Sarasota; three qualified for the title of "flying High SchooL '01 Slush Sense N.W. COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE
Dublin Ohio Loyd grandchildren and two great ". e Olvo S4H O.'n atompi. SERVICE, REPAIRS ON RtLk
Farms, ; Coca-Cola lim junkpile" on the basis of its LAWN
MAKE
Teater, Harrington, 111.; Stockard Colgate 39T grandchildren. anatomy-an empty nose cone, OUTBOARD MOTORS.
I iYPELPR000Q10Nf and King, Johnson City, Continental Can 444 Funeral services will\ be held tons of burned out rocket casing, President Seeks NEW HOMES Phone 293-4667

grr/lK+0crtaff Tenn.; Coosaw Farms, Dale, Curtlsa-Wrlght 23% at John Crisp Funeral Home 11,600 pounds of sand shipped in & REMODELING
f S. C., Somonetta BlugarelU of Boeing 381 tomorrow morning at 10:30: from Florida's Gulf coast, and (Continued From Page One) HARVEY'S MOWER

{ r" Pompano Beach, Fla.; and Mn. )ow Chemical 69'. with the Rev. John Sandersonof an undetermined number of sufficient "new towna" containing W. C. McEvers SERVICE

D t ?R1N1jJYNNG1TiS1 itt"A Alan Robaon of West Chester, )u Pont :50H the Methodist Church of polyethylen balls. thousands of homes in IUILDIN4 CONTRACTOR tau till at. Cyprus shopper

Eastern Air 34% Halnea City officiating Burial The orbit was expected to be areas outside of crowded citiesor ass Ay,. C, S.W. CT J-II"
Pa.While I large number of entries "sstmsn Kodak IK will be In Lakeside Memorial brief-a few days st beat- suburbs.

If hid. great amount, if from Florida are alreadyon ord Motor SW Park. There will .be a Masonic ''I albeit spectacular. Under ideal In other highlights of his

time you you oould devote u study, hand those from the Winter General Electric 6514 graveside family service.The hat requested conditions, officials said, the message, Johnson recommend. STARLITE TV SERVICE
Haven area are not expected to second stage ahould appear as ed:
moro thin likely" oovld Seems General Motors 79
you a printing lapin move their horses onto the Gen Telephone 549 flowers be omitted and instead ,' brilliant as a bright star in the -Authorization of $U billionto Nite I day service calls
grounds until the opening day Georgia Pacific S4V donations be made to the c.n.I' continue urban renewal Rentals & used TV's

of the show. Goodrich J2H" cer Fund in his memory. iky.Woman grants for an additional two Open 9 AM 9 PM

but whybother With $40,000 In prize money Goodyear 41% Senator years and Increase the ratio of H8 2nd St.. S.W. CY 3-4897
It Is one of the richest horse Gulf Oil 50 Area Students funds for residential projects

shows in the south. Top money 11. Central 53 (Continued From Page One) from 30 to 35 per cent.
la the $5.000 first place moneyIn nterchem Corp. 39'4nil. (Continued From Page One) tlonal Press Club at the Mayflower Provision of 240,000 public -
? and Lois Barlow of Lakeland. housing units
the $10,000 Orange Concentrate Nickel 7314 Hotel. over the next The
Other red ribbon winners four including Daily I
jump Sweepstakes.This years 60,000
fnt. TacT 56t.4K.nnl'cott The announcement was expected JOHN PETERS
event, held the final day 79 were: Myrna Winrow of Au. at 12:30: EST. through purchase and 40,000 by
p.m.
Although many of our' omtom- of the five.day show, la expec Coppers 4014 burndale; Luther Hancock of The year-old widow madeit rental of existing homes. NewsChiefFIRST PHARMACY

on are roil "proi" on the oub- ed to offer the best in competitlon. Kroger Co. 29V Ft Meade; Randy Whealton of clear in a television Interview Boosting the maximum t Fre. .
Joet of printing many othoro Windsor Castle, last Mulberry; Cheri Stewart of home mortgage the Federal Prescription
that she
would be
& 72H
Liggett Myen campaigning
are not. Wo hove always bolltvld year's winner, Is back along Highland City and Bobby Housing Administration (FHA) I t Delivery
Lockheed for the in
33V4 the
our ouilomoro, should hOlt of Leary of Lake Alfred. top spot will insure from $25,000 to $30,. 11ft city limits)
with newcomers, plur
a Lorillard 4Uk ticket and not for the vice
I.n" Chile tim Monte Carlo Skyreni
advantaea and I a a v e 'h.l Navarra Merck 111 nomination if she ran.
Gale of Auburndale
Milby ; -New programs for federalaid to the local Window
.. and Hycrest Pierre, aJl of which people
printing worrloo to Wo bans Middle So Util 40H Frank Adams of Lake Alfred Should she toss her chapeau
already otudlif Mo best ways competed !last year. Monsanto 65>* Ivey of Highland City; Into the ring Mrs. Smith wouldbe In planning subdivisions to with the hometown 610 Pint Se. H.
Larry
; meet the needs of cities
Chile Individual show A and B growing CY 4.21 fI
volliblo. Wo know The two rings, Mont Ward 34% the fourth announced candidate
Linda
Linda McDonald Bigaty
poeullorltloo. sod Idlooynoroiloo have been closed down and wit and another loan-grant program L news. .AI
for the
Nat 47
Gypsum % Republican
and Glen Connor of Lake Al- nom-
the they should to assist farm workers
way not until show time Wednesday
open nation. Othera
Paramount Plet. 55 fred. are Gov. Nelson
,Individually bo used U ouprouo obtain housing
The practice ring amI Penney 45H A. Rockefeller of New York,
Wo opind
mood or thought. -A new federal'state program
I the open field surrounding thl Penn RR 30H Sen. Barry Goldwater of Art-
,
full tins Supine up with sod American Dies financed by matching
helpinq sat, prlntine trends and show area are being used foi 'epsi-CoIa 50.i zone and Harold E. Stassen.
grants, to train state and local) -
Always the Go?
workouts A sectior I
the lotoit modtrn otyllne. Woopoclallio separate Philip Morris 68 i (Continued From Page One) Mrs. Smith revealed last Nov. officials in housing and urban on
'In printing that not has been let aside for the Reynolds Tob 38% 7 that the was considering development techniques. e Let us handle
had your
worked In the Congo for K
tollo. but sail.. If you Jumpers.
only Steel 42 making bid for the nomination
Republic a '
really went.d.. rOil could be.corn. | The show li being; iponsorer Phillipi Pet 48% years. Her brother-in and The late President John Johnson said the start of telephone worries. III II
work 16 million homes
a printing, esp.rt, too, but by Friersnn-NI-'Hi American sister, Mr. and Mrs Robert on new
Seaboard Air Line 44 F. Kennedy said week before
why .n" the time when you Legion Post 8 A1prol'f'f'dl\ wit Grlngs, were reported in the a and apartment last year cannot 24-HOUR SERVICE
'01'1hove tho service of be donated to the American I.e Sears Roebuck 103mclslr : area, although not at the mission I his assassination that she hide the fact that too many 294-4204

rotoiilonol prlntoro ot your ,Ion Crippled Chhildren'a fibspital 4W station at the time of the would" be a "formidable oppo- minority low Income, elderly, Ii II
ts'ehens fln.tI" We would fund. Soconony Mobil 70% I attack. nent. rural and mill I t a r y families Professional
IIko to bo working with you on Southern Co. B5H "The tragic thing about this The lady senator hat Insisted have not shared In the improved 11
your production team Sou Nat Gas S2H I Is that both that "this I Is a good year for a housing available.The ANSWERING
. . I women were giving
. . Southern Railway S9H their lives to the education and woman" to try for the nation' nation must act now to _, SERVICE
. . Standard 20H training of Congo nationals," a highest office. She claims support meet their needs because by J

RYE GRASS Oil (NJ) 79% mission official aald. in all 50 states from admirers 1970 It will need two million

Studebaker 14 The Congo was the worst of who want to test the new homes a year just to keep

It's time to plant now for Sunray Dx 334 Africa's trouble spots today, political strength of a womanin pace with the population I

a beautiful winter lawn weft 4exaco but there were disturbances i the presidential sweepstakes. growth, he added WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN
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I Coach Concerned About Saubert's Chances I Awards Dinner !'''Juan Rodriguez,




INNSBRUCK (UH) Head men'i course on Patscherkofel track with Its sharply angled Bill Marolt, 20, of the University Slated TonightFor I Jcnuary Clash
Coach Bob Seattle of the U.S. Mountain bend about half way down. All of Colorado, laid the ]

Olympic Alpine lid team it Seattle was asked whether the women agreed the surfaceIs Patscherkofel was not the fast- I
the knowledge she ii carryingthe a bit ridged but they expect. test he has ever raced on butit
mildly worried about the pres. team'a brightest hope for a ed it would be perfect by the in "tough and tricky" a Blue DevilsThe In 1 1 Golf Playoff
lure building up around Jean Gold Medal on her shoulders time competition begins. verdict echoed by Seattle

Saubert ai Amerlca'i best If might affect Mina Saubert. Llzuffl is a newlydevelopeddope In common with all other I I

not only hope for a Gold When she was spotted on her some 20 miles from this men skiers Marolt eased his Winter Haven Moose I SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -
first city. It gets very little direct way down In 200 meter stages Lodge will be the scene of the
Medal in the ninth winter trip down the Liium slope Juan (Chi Chi) Rodrigue, a
sun so it still has a natural examining the rough spots
Sunday a small of onlookers Winter Haven Blue Devil Football .

army
garnet opening Wednesday. from Puerto
now surface in contrast to the which may have contributed to I (120 pound pepperpot -
Beattie does not accept the the finish hurriedly converged: at Patscherkofel where the course the toll of one dead and two Banquet, tonight, the informal Ate a l lf (I Rico, and lean Don Januarytee
for a look at the famous
view of most expert observers American. has been covered with snow badly injured the slope has barbeque dinner beginning t off today in an IS.hole

here that the 21-year-old Oregon "Jean Is In good form and Imported from remote valleys. taken thus tar at 8:30: p.m. and program 1 I playoff for first prize money in

State University Junior has the right temperament," getting under way at 7:30: the $50,ooo Lucky International

with five major European victories Beattie said "But too many Bob Hollmeyer, bifid: school I Colt tournament,
behind her this season people are bothering her right student council president and
Dpl
wound in
la all by herself on the American now," yNews. end on the football team, will The two up a tie
.
team ai a potential Olympic Miss Saubert, a powerful, act at matter of ceremonies I with 12 under-par totals of 272
titleholder compact skiier of superlative SPORTS Sunday when the game little
"We may spring a surpriseor style, does not appear to be John Lnpp, well-known area I f + Latin, trailing January by one
two," he said after newspaperman and editor of
a busy troubled by the attention she is
shot, birdied the final hole from
day of supervising the first getting Chief the Auburndale Star, will per. I
training session on the worn- She took it easy on her runs form magic sleight of hand. 10 feet away, January bad a

en'i slope at Llzum and the this morning, studying the fast Five awards are expected to I chance to win it all with a rou
highlight the evening I The
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tine par four on the finishing
Bennie Bond Memorial
will to the outstanding Trophy football HAYSTACKS RELAXES-H.yst.ch Calhoun rests hole-but three putted from 30
go *
feet to set the tie
Rebs Cop Fourth player during the 1963 hit 631-pound frame atop the Japanese team of Hiro The away playoff is worth up $7,500 to

season, The other four awards Matsuda and Duke Keomoka during spirited wrestling the winner and $4,000 to the
are the the outstanding offensive action at the Winter Haven Armory Saturday night. A.tandingroom.crowd runnerup.

1ki back and lineman and the was on hand to view the event and Going into the final round

Straight Contest !lineman.outstanding defensive back and to watch Lou Then successfully defend his world heavyweight Sunday, January had lone.

; Varsity and junior varsity title Feb. I has been let for the next wrestling stroke lead at 204 over Arnold
Palmer and sophomore Ray
letters and numerals will be match!.
By BOB IIAVILA.ND high school gymnasium presented to the players by Floyd while Rodrigue was another

Sports Editor The game was almost over their coaches shot behind at 206
Lou Thez World At the end of nine holes, January
Behind 17 point productionsIn before it got a good start. With Jack Deedrick, high school Keeps had widened his lead to
the first and second quarters, a full court press taming the athletic director, said well over
two strokes Palmer while
the Rebels took an easy 51.22 Tigers in the early minutes, the 30 persons are expected to be over
Victory over the Kathleen Tigers Rebs scored seven points before on hand for tonight program Rodrigue had moved into a tie
upping the Winter Haven the visitors got the ball to Wrestling CrownBefore with Arnie. January bad a
team's record to 4.0 The con their end of the floor Connie Lion Five three.under.par 33, the same as
Cop while Palmer had
test was played Friday at the Myers stole the ball and lank rr e4t Rodrigue
a layup. Richard Hitchcocktwo a 34.
field goals, and Larry > Win At Barlow I a standing.room-only In the other feature event, Both Palmer and January bo-

Slrampe Wins Swearengin added a free throw. The Lake Alfred Lions had crowd at the Winter Haven Haystacks Calhoun and his gird the 16th hole when they
partner, the popular Eddie Graham had tree trouble while Rodri-
Armory Saturday night, world
Denison a close call afternoonat
went on to hold a Friday
Bowling TourneyDALLAS 10.0 lead before Kathleen regis Barlow against a tough Yellow heavyweight wrestling champion defeated the Japanese gue scraped out a par four.
and
team of Hlro Matsuda That left January a shot in
ered a free throw. In the first sti.t Jacket basketball five,
Lou Thez successfully defended
(UPI) Bob Duke Keomuka In an Australian front of Rodrigue with Palmer.
period the Tigers tallied all squeaking out a 4847 victoryover
his title against Skull tan team match, still\ two behind
Strampe of Detroit today took points, but fell to just half that the home team.
$15,000 home to his wife and Murphy, Cowboy Luttrall, local wrestling
in the second quarter The local Pacing the scoring for the
four children, his prize for defeating five held a 25 point lead at halftime Lion victors were Greg Steward Although Murphy grabbed off promoter on hand at the ''
Tommy Tuttle In finals 348. with 17 and Bruce Robinson one of the three falls, Then Armory Saturday night said WOMENPAST21
of the $100,000 All-Star bowling with 1C, Other Lake Alfred worked his way to the other he was amazed at the large
In the second half the Rebels
tournament. players to register points Included two In the one-bour time limit! crowd that turned out Every WITH BLADDER IRRITATION
put together 10 and T
Mrs, La Verne Carter, wife quarters Swearengin found point the i I Larry Reynolds 6, John clash. seat was filled and an estimated Ana SI,Mnmon Kldiwf ar IlUdw IT.nutlnni .

of St. Louis bowling great Don range for 10 of the 17 Denison ny Shockley 4, and Ken Hunter Then said before the title! 300 persons were standing .nd mar trivet m.k twice,zoo M..mint.....d womtn......MFrom .
Carter, won the finals in thewomen's and Ricky Wright with :2 match Murphy, who halls from Luttrall said due to a prior too frtqutnl' burnlnf or ttrhtnfvrlnfttlonboth :
in the final He
points stanza.
!
< ?anfl nlfht StMfidftrllr.
division Sunday, over wound 4 each. Hawkins was high point Cork, Ireland, could be his commitment the Armory will ton mir IOM Nina led.ilf.r from KM*.
Evelyn Teal of Miami Fla. IS points up leading followed scorer by center with I man for Barlow with IS toughest opponent Murphy was not be available for wrestling ,50 rti s,..d Bwkuht. In .ueh.tn4 irr tai f \\r ,. tired OYITIXtiuillr d..
and pocketed $8,000. Lake Alfred goes against just that in losing to the man this coming Saturday, but headliners brine f.u, rOttlni MMforl br
,
Tommy Hart with 11. Other
I- urbane Irrllttlnf lam In ilront mli
It war Strampe's first championship leading point makers were Lakeland Junior High School to- who has won the heavyweight have been lined up for son, tat bl tntliMK rain rtllW OolCVSTIX
morrow afternoon at Lakeland. honor six times Feb 5. i al irunUM. FM kiiur hs..
in five cf
yean professional Hitchcock 7, Tony Van Zant 5, Denison Junior
SCRAMBLE FOR BALL-Two High ---- ----
competition During Richard King 4, Myers, Jimmy 1
that five years, Strampe averaged Tucker, and Eddie Shatter :2 School players and a Kathleen eager ere shown fighting
$15,000 a year in winning each, and Jerry Lister and for the ball during basketball action Friday afternoon at
but never won first place Tommy Woolery 1 each the high school gym. The locI I five downed the visiting The Historical Record of the Death of

Strampe, 34, put together The Rebels' next home game Tigers, 51.22. The Rebels go against Auburndale tomorrow
games of 257, 225 and 203 for a is tomorrow against Auburn. afternoon here at 2:15.
71S series while Tuttle, an unknown dale. The ninth grade team PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY

S bad ele.seta from of 229,170 Rural and Han 236 NC.for,I game.treys venth5and: eightwgrad':/ Lip Chases Sonny. At MiamiBy I

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I' p II OSCAR FRALEY they tear down the building?" FOUR DAYSTHE
UPI Sports Writer By this time Liston was in a
private room at the airport and
MIAMI (UPI) -Cassias Nilon was demanding from a

Clay's chancel against world bystanding police sergeant that

heavyweight champion Sonny Clay be locked up for disturb. HISTORICAL COLLECTORS ITEM

Listen may be more than some ing the peace.
I s I s i e s Llston sat Impassively in a
what debatable but the Louisville big leather chair, staring with

Lip certainly holds the hamon hard eyes st the door on which COMPILED IT

rye title today. Clay was pounding with a hand
SAFETY SERVICE Yon Casslus won this one carved gaudily painted cane. UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONALAND
bands down when he appearedat He clamped down with method

Miami Airport to ruin Us- ical anger on a piece of chewIng -
This $ 5 ton's arrival for their world title gum.National.
bout at Miami Beach Con AMERICAN HERITAGE MAGAZINE

Week 99 vention Hall on Feb. 25. He Basketball Anoclatlon
"'I overlooked the fact that of late
Car he has rubbed the champ the By United Press International

ONLY wrong way.Listen Eastern Division
almost applied the W. L. Pet.
we do all this service work mustard In a near clash In a Boston 35 11 .761 a try'TM M.4 t N qrl +*

Adjust brakes corridor which could have ru Cincinnati 33 19.673 r r
ro r tea!
1 Align 2 B.Isnc.both 3 repack ined what may be boxing's biggest Philadelphia 22 26 .45* } ,w front end front wheels :" dollar scuffle. New York 15 39 .278 e j'

Tornon; bar adiuitmtnt and ports extra, it needed Using words that should be Western Division ''y 't r 1 ,: sale. Ise era 1 4drv
confined to churches on a W. L. Pet. rd

pleasant Sunday, manager Jack Los Angeles 31 19 ,620 a tfti

Noon! finally pulled Listen away St. Louis 30 23 ..966MSsn P w
and on his way Francisco 27 22 .551 tip: M 1' 1:
"Imagine," said Nilon, turj Baltimore 20 29 .408 rdo ,v
SHOCK ABSORBERS log white on white, "if he had Detroit 11 36 ..234Sunda's 5 hv. I Il
498 I ct
busted Clay's jaw right there
Famous make, excellent quality Resu1NBoston
with only 15 people on hand
shock absorbers, [ 115 New York 102
and nobody paying"It
could have been a publicity Baltimore 131 Philadelphia 120 kt4d3ali
St. Louis 108 Detroit '
when 104 r
man's dream Clay
turned up at the airport deckedout Los Angeles 108 San Fran 96 M +r

In a white ruffled shirt and Saturday's Results ? ,
CAR FLOOR 4,9 tuxedo; and began shouting Philadelphia 131 New York 129
MATS "this city ain't big enough for St Louis 107 Detroit 98
Universal fit the two of us and I'm gonna San Fran 120 Los Angeles 9S .
rubber Choice of colora. whup him right now." Baltimore 115 Clncinnat199BOWLING *

Except that nobody In on this M
promotion has temerity to let
Listen get within 10 feet of
+
Clay. Young Gaseous went to R- _
MUFFLERS 9 8 New York last week and castigated w 'tai rr w
rOBTSMAXf IXAGCB
Linen at Black Muslim
famous a i 4
High quality, W L
ev
make mufflers. Up meeting for "training among Iwlft Co. MM: ? +u
white people." lot Davia )I.. war M 2S
When the plane ladned, Clay Polk Nut-Mr SS :a i
C.nlrml 'Ia. CM Co, SS 21
whipped off his Jacket and offered Wright Electric 36 :2t K
to fight "right DOW" Listen Bordo Product 84 SO
was spirited off in a VIP Auburndal Creaser n.l
BRAND NEW Famous for Quality Anchor Bar, SS SI
cart but Gay nn after him and Club "27 10 M 1' .
almost caught up to him In the Armour 4 Co. No. 1 :Ii SSVtld
FirestoneNYLON corridor. Dairy' S. SS A
Armour Co. No. 1 33 43HleS t
"The whole fight almost went .
Auburndal
t.am Mrti:
$ 0-IS out the window right there" Trtnrt J33S. IIIn

1O Tube-type slid red.faced panting Bin ,...Hick.. ... I7J.i.am games Aubumdal. Y
n r
TIRES Blackw.11'Plus MacDonald, mopping his brow ,I
High. Individual! ..rt.) .: If annard. .
ts* and trade-In tire oft your car j with a shaking hand that put up S3S 1, Hahn t2t. E. RM UO t
WHITEWALLS II MORE $ SO,ooo to back the flunk High IndlTldml) gems: E. ..04 r -
21e, W Oral JU4.
Why don't the police get
Bowler of ..rk t R*.! eye M r-
orN'so-u: Tubeless Blaekwalli M2 \ hat guy out of hen before I.. '"wllcap Individual.


LOW PRICES ON ALL OTHER *IZB$ I I II The Winter Haven Dally NewsOhlef announces that a compresenslve

"o. M44fEXPYt1I c, t eay S.id. Claims g..,,, e, ..Jg.M,
book covering the four days suroundlng the death of the late President

I i
Kennedy and the swearing In of a new President, Is available to the
'
Greater Winter Haven area.

where your dollar burg MILES not
i
Brake
CONSOLIDATED HISTORY IN THI t.4AKINw.-THI UNITIO PRESS (INtftNA- ,.....". $!.00 EACH. COPIES ASS AVAILAILI, WHILE THIY7IONALAMERICAN '

Avenue A S.W. HIRI7A6I STORY OF THE ASS SINA- LAST AT THI DAILY NEWS.CHIEF OFFICE 114 THIRD

590 Work JJ l INSURANCE: SERVICE TION OF PRESIDENT !KENNEDY-144 ,.!... no ,h... with! STREET N.W.

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munt *ell. Mr*. Opal Carter, Wagon monlh !cane TOWN
at |I25 on
per JACK & JILL facing Lake Mirror is doable carport, work ahop. lilt
$10.00 Wheel Trailer Park. 211 Hwy. ESTATE.: NURSERY
$3 Bait Winter Haren. ,..::11 CY* 3-1141.COUNTRY REAL 3S-38 Month I Y.... POLK HEARING CENTER now being offered for sale at A Deal Is A DealWe 81. NW. Small down payment

Monday thru Saturday Cok.r BIde. 9 5 lcd BU, NW CY S-M14. 24-27
the price of 35000. The house
said we'd sell at the
FOR ALB: Bualnea Rental 133 Ayo. C. SB. Phone 293-1632 appraisal
Bob SImi ((5-A) Moving & Storage Property Station garage and CY S-1MJ 8ALK3 SERVICE: contains living room, dining price and we will do BEAUTIFUL FRAME! HOME.: Fur

You" body iihop worth 140000. Saorlflr. S-TF REPAIRS BATTERIES room & kitchen, bedroom*, just that. Although it is low nished. In excellent condition Electrically
"Styled Especially for SMOOA. RI.ARRCOCK REAU 4-TF 2Vi baths cellar central heat
er than we think it should be. heated. Clon-ln liP Av*.
27-1
COUNTRY CLUB IMPERIAL MOVTNd STORAGE. TY CO.. AUBURNOALE. Separate guest house, large C, NE. 23-23
and Repairs Alterations Our loss will be your gain. Let
BEAUTY SALON Prompt afflelant acrvlc for -
ill your moving >....!.. Cau TELEVISION REPAIRSJORDAN'S tool shed & garage. Complete us show you the lovely :3 bed-
IllS Dundee Rd. CY 11839 ((9)[ ) Business OpportunityPART automatic and
CY M1M for fro aatlmata* sprinkler system room, 2 bath with Florida room

.UfLOTK Agent for A till Vaa Liana, Inf.wrvlng ALTERATIONS REPAIRS boat dock. Lot 130' x 135 with and built-in extras which you WE HAVE
26 aU M atat.. 14-T/
TV SALES 4 SERVICE
Florida Room Aluminum DI.
OR FIlL TIHR WORK; count Balra Co. Inc. CY S45M. NORTH OATH! SHOPPING fee ownership to waters edge. can buy for $18,500. Only $600 2 & t HOMESAs

poll ADIIKO 1XOMK: 331 5th St.. 8W. 1S-F.D 12 CENTER This II a very desirable property down and well pay the closing

KKMIRAnttan. ((6)) Special Services HK hELtER: ACCOIM1 Phon 293-8603 for the family Interested 'costa. Many other features too Low as $100 Down and
and modern Work guaranteed Reliable man or woman wanted udralen FASTEST TV SERVICE: IN SOUTH
for 11 ,monthl riCK-UP In tnl. area to wrvlr 1-31 in a large older home having numerous 10 mention here. Be Low Monthly Payments
DELIVERY M F 13.16Falrfan WORLD ...AMOUIIAI.KAflEI.TZhR WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL spacious rooms and built for
'I'x:, CUSTOM MADE: DRAPES AND rout for the sure and call about this onelJOHNG.WOOD
N R.: from p m.
ANACIN. Et'FFRRIN VARNER REALTY
8 Oil .p m. ....k'/y./ All davweek:- ALTERATIONS Blind IItlt..lled : ASPIRINS comfort.
end. CY l- :l9a. 37Feb.ALCOHOLICS 31 modern equipment 8010 Hickory AND BAYER AUTO SERVICEDODGE 14 Sib St., NW CY 2 M54
sold through our latent modern CHAIRS for rent AIM
NW. CY 3-7454. Mr. Edna
: ANONYMOUS' ....100_.. ,.-...... :23 rending machine In bandy pill-boil- Honpltal fivdi, Crutrhe. Walker A Beautiful 75' Lot
0O. for which thl. company will ., Com mod... Godfrey Rental, & Assoc. Inc. 26-27
384-1447 CY 3-241L 171 'n. A, NW. 1.-TF ,
Meeting*. Tu.i<1..r. I IS P.M.County EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEEPING erura location Dealarihlp now Authorised Factory Service On Located In exclusive Eloise 2922517 Phone 293933S
SERVICE' ;, Inrom Tax Phone being titabllihud and appointedupon
Health Department Chryilet, e Plymouth Lancer Woods Area facing Lake Sum. DOWN
1100
CY 4-UW. 3111 Ave. r Will not In-
Ir4 St and Art. D. If* NW.8Feb.. I terfee" our with acceptance.your present. mploy. ALUMINUMSCREEN Valiant mit Is now offered at bar 23.29 I 8 BR. CB Home Several
P.O. Boa lOiS FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS
collect and refill macbind.Our *. There is CHARLES: IICTOMIC. Ilea Broker
mont of $5,100.
INCOME TAX SERVICE: lake II- 221 Sixth St., SW 2M4101UPHOLSTERING gain price 393-X48
Alfred. 138 B Lak. Hhor Way. company will eitetid torn 17-"eb. 11 a small park between this lot ROaR IN THE! CITY 83-81
.
nodal *Mlnt nr to qualified per- ENCLOSURE AWNINGS
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ppo.ll. Bank'of Lake Alfrad.Weekdiy 001l0RI!? MUST HAVE: ."1." ALUMINUM DISCOUNT & Lake Summit. Owner will always !- OF COIBSEl

OOpm-tolOOpm.* 3-4 00 p.m. DenhontWard. SundoyeI to 1379000 cauli avallabl Imm- SALE CO. INC. CY 3-K.M 231 have unrestricted view of But llv. In restful Cypress Car- BRICK:

15-Feb.14. lately, Invnitment for Inventory.-ured.and. equipment Muoth.vo >th St.. BW. JI12. lake and of course full use of den real area bargain and ilrauUanaoiuly In a hou>.. Only seta A horn of prestIge and dignity. Beellent :.

I $ f.; car I epume hour weekly the park. Several Citrus trees ten mlnutea from town, but away condition One. owner prop
ieLyI Inarectlon In
teen.
Upper
--, INCOME: TAX RETURNS MADE could nut up 10 M..M." per yearn QUALITY CLEAN CARSCASH FINE!!: UFHOUrrERDia EXPERT located on this property which from bunt la and buetl ot the cltyi :rrit offer* wanted. Will: takeemaIl

_._... rile early for quirk nfund. H. E ymir ipir tlm. lie *bl. t" RtFlNlSHINO.: Complete is 150'' deep and excellent ellnation. near gulf coun ol new CYPF.e.Gardens house a* down payment 8laran
11IOCII Pollard. 741 Carroll A.e. Phone tart at onca, Income ihnuld itartmmedlately. fabric .election. WOLF'S UPHOLSTERY country club; achool bu ( apartment rear el let.
CY a-s7M.: II-1'.11. I polling Mnerlenra. not SHOP 314 Arena A. We recommend that you topi In quiet neighborhood nvep- Out of Stale owns
Wuh ...
I .11ty .
YOUR Bank ft-
FOR CAR
beautiful Lake Wlnt..n.dJolnln. \,
II hilly qunliried for this at earliest looking AT..
nMMary 8B.! CY 8-2710 see property your us D,
....*.,., fcg.|f DO YOU NEED A BRICK MARON time and Investment, WRITE Ktv- noodle RAM AUTO SALES 161 DayNight22F.B.. S3 by canal the lake Cy urn81TF
r- TO BUII.D A PLANTER, BARBECUE I nil N.m.. d.... and Phoe'enumber. sot ot.. BW. 24-171. S-Feb. 3OBTS convenience. prose Gardena 1* ont aepajrat fallout
OR PATIO . Coil for lorol pormnal Intro ..heller 4 bedroom (on alrcondltloned
17Feb. 17 CY S-3MS. 34-27 view, with a company reprenentaIve DaILY ..0155115l140; Piano Tunning & Repair GLENN D. GERKE ), lenarat dining room
; 3 tiled bath, modern kitchen, ample INCREDIBLE for 814.SOOT TIM will
HEAD r'f HAH rrno: >lIq COBP.6T BrmtraTKT : Realtor cloiet and Morale acreenedporch not believe It even after you *e*

(.A Instructions ((6-A) Animal.. & Supplies .' "-...., BrM- 109 Sixth St. NW CY 3-4270 garage, nicely landwaped It. S-Bedroom. 3-bath.. extra Le
( ) I THE .LOW COST Experienced. graduate technician" ,
rim L... II. Ma. J/$ acre plus. house ol tn Ocalablock than two year* old Owner Inverted
.91.0. -?. ftittelartion guaranteed FREE about 2400 *q. ft Price only 117,400. WHY SUCH REDUCTION:
8t V3CK DIBBCTOKT ESTIMATES For appointment Assoe. CY MUST StOVE NORTH 3106Rebus
owner
126,000)) phone
U.S.. Civil! Service TestsI PEDIQREB puppl.. SSeoO.Miniature CY 3-8SOO.Pincher 41323nd FOR 8AT.R! Body Shop Enuln- phone ""-1891. 27-Feb. 25 Janet Chadwick 55715.31n Rd.. SB. 88-28

24-2T mont With ,tease Phone '"b..rn.d.l. Reginald Baker
Men-women, 1162. Start high St. 8W. WO 7-1530. 30-U uw FIRST MORTGAGES FOR SALE.
P.O. Box 7, CypreM Garden. NO DOWN PAYMENT .-""'".
it 1162.00 a week. Preparatory 'T STUD doubl cat AQHA 1S3 2628 Florida. ,..10 room. Inwood acctloa. CT 8M08.
training until appointed. Thout- 14) Sorrel Cheitnut Breed for MOTE!: II unit S yearn eld. 3Feb. S
Experience '"pe"d and confirmation. HOMES S70000 S15000 down Pert Location ((10)$ ) Articles For SaleM ((12)$ ) For Rent, Furn.
sods of jobs
open. BOARDED Pnrtura or .1.11. I. Winter hoveR CY S-M74
usually unneceuary. FREE information rooming Hoot trimming HORSE I-?? JUST COMPLETED 7 room block GOOD THINGS BUILDERS TRADE

In Jobs. salaries, requirements. TRAINER AND HANDLER Bring GAL. oil drum complete, with 101 Ave K. 8E. I bedroom fur- houm 3 completely tiled bath
your green or problem hone. fittings and metal .land. CY H\60.i nlehed houm. 178 year round. and kitchen Deep well, patio .at 2 BEDROOM HOUSE
Write TODAY giving PIf:1I FOR SALB: STALLION ((10)$ ) Articles For Sale 3O-1'r TOWN COUNTRY HEAL tic fan, *pc* heater, terrain.Between come In small .
name, address and phone. ACRES, 400 11:. Wahneta. Winter ESTATE. CY 8-1141. 22S Cryital Beach end Lobe Screen Porch $5,900 $55

Lincoln Service, Box A-137S c/o H..n. "... 24 :3t. ,..21 oal.NUMEROUS Call CY houn.hnld 1-7168. .rtlcl.24-37 for Mlllalte 139): 511. ft of living area.SO1 packagesFurnished. Per Month.
BEAUTIFUL I bedroom home. s $2?. 113.600. CY 3-3601. 2 -3S
News-Chief. deluM ductlen. rangebond
CUSTOM
SMALL YOUNG POO from pedl- Adult Everything furnlbed Sea-. Can Jerry Mardls
children. : In an odlnd copper flnUh.' GET PROFESSIONAL carpet cleanIng -
.. mother Like
ATKINS.
tonal. Other rental.
N..d. no outside nntlng. Compirtewith rewlta. Rent Electric CarpeBhamponer $7850True
$10 00. Phon M3-4DOS. -no '\ SO" SI with. FULL REAL: ESTATE': : SERVICE CY 4-1218
and ItRht
Wanted fan fixture per day pur- Garden GroveJust
17-Frb.14
((2)) Help wid. Average retail SM fit ..h... ot Blue Lu.tr. John Bnlnn CY 4-ltlS. this I t. a mn borne. only DAN

((7)) To Buy or TradeWE perlal' l 3n. 160 EMJIWORTH 3rd 81, NW. 2-M APUANCES. Hardware 37-28 LAKEFRONT I bedroom cotUg a half mile East of Cypress 3 bedroom.FURNISHED coy living even room to completely automat WINTERSCY 3-1433

Part Time 6:00 p.m. to Out In the country Coy andtutefullv Gardens on State Road le waiher ravment 30
USED! REFRIOERATOR8 . titltitieefiumniehed
lurnlehed. 160
UBBLR STAMPS Fur check monthly . check 3193 Lake
8:00 : BUT nmd appllane and lurnltur .ndon m nt ilgnatur" Range Waiher Dryer TOWN t COUNTRY S40. Many new models now Drlv NW then phone to see inside 26U
p.m. ai.d w* cell need ..ppll._ other purponi also l dating Freeier TV Set Stereo REAL ESTATE. CY 3-1141. 26-21 ready for your admiration. Immediate. occupancy

Hour .. and turnltur Brook Appliance etamp ceala pocket Air Conditioner Recond Drive
Salary $3.75 out today and see these
per a Furnltur 2W1 Hartndal. Blvd amp*. STAR PRESS Phone CY tinned fully guaranteed. Term. I-BEDRooM bnu.. furnIshed IIOJ
1-TI' -82M. JOt 'n. A. NW. TIecondltloned From IN: 90 Up. JOHNSON ve. L. i'lL' 22TIB new two and three bedroom TRANSFERRED MUST SELL.
ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADIES APPLIANCES Luke Alfred Medallion homes in beautiful 8-bedroom 3-bath 1860 aq. feet.
Phone 872-1138 Nite 373-1590 ATHERTON3BEDROOM Appralxd 317,800. Hake an dIce
FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS appliance HOTPOINT 1$ ?? I Garden Grove. 1TJ Tremont Dr.. SB. OWNER

WORK WITH OLD RELIABLEFLA. ((8)) Automotive M" rani. AMANA upright EXCLUSIVE I ;: JtALTY/ 888.7174. ,..21

COR P. DELIVERING .r.T"'t MAYTAO wriniter TRY Dladax T.bleta. formerly De..DI.t. .- JOHN G. WOOD bLECOs .--543*
m ELLSWORTHPPUANCES. ..- New' name earn formu-
PROMOTIONAL GIFTS. NO SPEEDOMETER: Tachom.tr. : 228OR Ia Only Sto. TAYLOR DRUG. Lk RENTALS WATERFRONT HOM en
LAke
& Assoc. Inc. 94.32$4Luenes Arlana. No
SELLING. CAR NECESSARY. Complete aervle and new cables Alfred, 37-23 road between
L S J Strvlca. 14* lib Bt, SW. BALE Automatla Wuher. Fxellent mIte' borne" and lake. 16V on lake .
lho000a.
APPLY' ROOM 6, DRAWN CY "- :151. l-TF .. ditiot. |50. See at 346129th I I bedroom turn. horn, extra DEVELOPERS BUILDERS a O000 130' dHOp. home. garage apart.meet. .

BLDG., 141 W CENTRAL Street NW. 24J7 ( 10-ABots4 Motors nIce 293-2517 or 293-8338 I .In." boat house .
>1R. LAWMAN 1:00: P.M. PLYMOUTH Station Wagon. In '-1 ) Furnlnhed apartments I 1 bedroom tIle bath city living 27.100 GLA8COCK: REALTY CC

SHARP TUESDAY JAN. 28th. condition. $595 25.. 131 ..... C, "ere'* sour chance to buy a 1390w *, 23-29 city tarn, or will trade for AVBVItNDAL& 37-1
no
IW. 23-4971. ,..21 .ih r-dryer for 1135 In top rn... CY S-S32S. ,..21
trailer.
23-28 3745Ave. dltlollo (Can b* financed. CY S-inti. OUTBOARD One MOTOR' :3S HP. 1 8 bedroom. home ...,.._.__ _, 3100I house FOB BALE Rifle Range Ares
959 CHEVY. Clean. MOO 00. Only. New. Reg U O. Auteal
3025LIGII .
; FOR SALE OR RENT ROY ON CHAIN. very d.Irabl .
:
LAKE .
CY 3-0040. 3437SB ( at '200. Flreiton Store. Sib 8 bedroom 1 bath borne, Fla 5 Modem I bedronm home.
FARM equipment **le.mn. Ax P, NW St. 4 Av. A. SW 34-27 room ........ ..... ..........._._.?.......... Spa Three bedroom two bath home located location, large wooded lot 550 Don $10 per monlll .
U to 45 preferred Experienced FORD ......?. AT.. RAH. good + oak SlIvertone S Ipeak..r 4 8 bedroom Unf. _, (75 KX v'i..Y.: BR. Will ell enContract Including 8 oranir horn treen., Ibedroom.I Lovely CY 5-0014. f.TJ'
In tractor and grove equipment ti"... low mil....*. -(4 ta,. '271 m. for 1100 down, balance almnit nw CB
lor Polk County, Trn.porte- Call CY 3-9MW. SHICOMPACT fli'Fi with Granco AM.FMtuner. (I II-A) For Rent Unf. SEE 1125 per month or will\ renton tile bath. Ideal for chlldrer
Mix lea 23-7431. 34-27 BETTER If AIf : '
and commieInn Can HA 2-3250. 11TFSIMM one year I..... Call William T. Will sell or ** ELECTRIC
lion furnl.hed. Salary HOME:.
KiiMHIe. ewn.r, Lkland.MU Clean Ne.t. Coir Clow.H
. Contort Km Hoffman phone JI Sistine Wagon.New BEASLEY REALTY CO. 3-0133. 23-37 NO DOWN PAYMENT 8bedroom. In. ." '".*. BY OWNER 118-
3H-Un3. Hulchliuon Tractor Co. '"rInterview. tire. engine ]ut evrhuled, 55 HIDI-A.BED.: Good eon- beat, large
bath ceiling
2 BEDROOM HOUSE! Cloee-ln m tk It.. HIT m Avs.C,745. 22.21
2S-31 ':Minn. 1170 W. Plrc It., Lake Silk New upholalery. ':!II 11II. ails month. Dan Winter.. builder built-in kitchen. Vary niceborne.
lot.
Ifred. FR 3-19M. 2-2S: Phone 253-0594. 26:11tJIIED : CY S-S7.I at CY S-M7S I |3M! 00 DOWN Walk lo schools, and
-
- CY -.43. Jerry M.rd CV ....nI CaU CY 3-9057. 3 -2S
WHITE waltren w nled Immediately H211. n.TI' storee from thIs 2141 bedroom
Bee Mr I :: .. momlnfi$ PRIVATE OWNER Wont poll '6* TV SETS A* I*. Tabs frame. home HI.790 Knclnmd Porch.
and evening*. Hav.n Hotel le-TF Chevrolet BelAIr 4-Door. Radio volt? pick 510 00 ....11. Jnhnenn 8-BEDROOM CB boo.. for rent ONE Newly Decorated "' 1'1I1110.41.partm.Dta I LbONA RFAI ESTATE 6&S Ave.C. LOVELY LARGE .I .Bedroom Span-Garden OverlookingLake
home Cynre
real .clean automatic big motor 'ppll ce. Uk Alfred. 873-1139 I SB. CY 3-0187. CY 12461.21: lab TYPO
14M NE: 8th St. month 218 .
with 4 barrel. Call CY S-1331 ...- 3-TT 37500 I ROuses B. SB: Area. Florida Rnon. Central
LADITg WANTED TO BELL. twecnS000m..425p.tn. orM ... 3t4-2:<33. 33-TF CY 8-100. 17-TF Heat 111.500. CY 3-0011 13TIfllllIllIlll5lllIIlIIlluIIlIlliIIIIIluIsI.i HowardThis
LUZIEft COSMETICS Folk County.
Car IIm'Plarl. W* train Kit' .t ( Av*. If, N.E. aft.r I.00 p m. ;;;; i MITCHEM. air eondl33800 Man
furnl.hed. Wrlta LnulM; 8n.ll, 1414 n.. lion OIR80N Refrlgera- 3-BEDROOM Kitchen furnliihed newly. Jan-Fhyl redecorated 15 FOR RENT :DUPLEX APART. Handy :!! excellent combination

B. Central Orlando._34-30 11M TR1 Roadeler.. r.cellent con broom tom $95.311 *8UNBRAK S. Term lectrlo Il.lfl- a month. CY 8-7381 38-TF lobed MENT8., Phone Furnished CY 3-73Ut. or Unfurn-27-TF B This Home I CB Duplex | offering Includes the fol!

EXPERIENCED or unexperienced dillon P.... 11.000 Phone CY WOE' APFUANCES. 24-28 3-BEDROOH duplex tile bath Flo.rlda lowing:
ale. repreeentatlv on commuv .-.*22. 34-81 I I ROOM dupiei at 741 Lake Jtol Needs You !
kitchen !
linn Stile A. P Fleecy 2117& A... ;ii: ; formal. sine! It. Eicellent decorated room, 38000 electric, CY 8-4323.Newly(41 >rlv.. Available February lit Close To Town { 1. LARGE HOME 3
i DI5HAY ,
.166LI'oll.: ClASSIFIfO
O. NW. CY ecndil i. Call CT 4-5163 ott. Adult Reference*. No peta. Contact
7th St, NE. 365a lot BR..3 baths
3:00: t. 35-31 owner al 743 2 bedroom home on corner .
WAITRESS. Lake Alfred S !)a.LJfu.t acroea itreet31TF NE section kitchen, bath, a Completely furnished E extra large living room
lie n.at and ittracUv Age Sale Now On ROLL FAT BEDS Baby Bed BR. 8 bath horn with O Si | and tastefully decorated E fireplace .
n and ....r. FR 8-H7S. M-U: built-in range 4 oven oleo screen porch. Asking only modem
j hchalr Chala Saw. breakfart bar Large lot A good THREE: ".500 Terms. Neighborhoodof = Room sizes are much E: kitchen.
k-cues
room turnl.hed.
37ocp Poll.hera. U DO ITL8. .
UP TO residential area Walking dietance 0.00 a week Water furaMied homes Worth much := larger than the typical ::
EXPERIENCED ..11.... winted. RENT 2403 Av* a NW. 38-TF to t.lben Elementary .School good
MuM ba Boat and dependable. 1110 Those AicElroy Builder .. 8404 Av*. N. NW. "HJ02.31: more repaired. :a duplex Each side 2. INCOME three separate
...semI 111II pi Sample. Sofa, chair, talamr 34-4254. n.T! : bedrooms Florida furnished ground
Apply In pereon p.m.- ; ; has 2 ,
etc II00 A
ON ALL ble. *. up.
100 p m. ..r 1130 pm-iom p.m. $500 Term. Wareltoua Furniture Sale.t. .. S-BFDROOM unrurnUhed house -BEDROOM furnl.hed apartment Beasley Realty Co. :E room, full tile bath liv- : floor apartments .
Sundown Reitaurant, Ird St. NEW .. NW. 18-3S loae-ln, new rurnltur CY 3-441 excellent
1237 2nd St.. NE. SMOO a month. :s log room, and kitchen = occupancy
Art. K. .3W. 0-M: Near St Joaepha. CY 1-2IIU. 34-37 121 Av*. O, 8W. ,..27 934 .th St, NW CY 1Z7S7DUPLEX A golden opportunity for El records charming

ILP1 A VILLAGE! OP GARDEN to enjoy wonderful decor.
: =
64 JEEP you
WOMEN APARTMENTS FOR PARTICU
I BEDROOM. S bath, ncl- APARTMENTS .
very LAR PEOPLE 1. 3 A I bedroom. uniurniocJ. = Florida living plus recelvEl:
luNG LEXICON Otto hou**. 8nulhea.t .....llon. '12'. Furnuhed or Lake The lawn Is beautifully
S5'with pleailnf personal "WAGONtlirSee TOWN A COUNTRY REAL: North.IOWL.N MOTOR LODGE.: 21Feb.2iFVRPfISHTD Hwv 17 8hlnp ..hll..ta. ana fhnne 27'Jas.27NEW CV :E log Income from the other s landscaped and Includes a

over ESTATE. CY S-114L 32S: 17405. E: side Both apartments :Ej panoramic view of Lake
$30 to $40 week
a
ity can earn 0. 41 GRIPPEftih :5 presently rented at a : Howard .
rOil
: garden
contacting established AVON FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO or UNFURNISHED modern 3-bedronm retirement .
BUT S-Bedmom 1-bath boon. r.friClKNCltS and Hi BkJ home C1oe -n i34 Ave. :5 total of $300 per month = orchid house deep

Customers. Experience unnec ly fe'.rt I. the m.rls I with 0 E built-in. 10.00 per ROOMS. NIce (large airy room KB. 813200. CY .. 13-Feb.: E Offered at only SIT,- E well and complete underground
month with 60% applied acalnnt Conveniently located in Old Foetal
" "'". 0 nry cc .rnle! ) Seem down pavment McELROY BI'IIJV ullding.1 : Call CY 3-M4S or CY HOME: :j 900 furnished Appointment :EE irrigation system.

Writ. P. O. Box $1395 I fee 0 5rPpeI! fiaen e* Site 3.RS. :2M-US4. 31-TF .... 8-TF Florid LIEN! NEW-8-BEDROOM room. .built-in rang and : showings please, :EE For an appointment to see

fIW Pr. I. griP Sits siteS le lARGE S bedroom house off Lak.Ho..rd LAKE ALFRED NIce cleanlarg even Elee-Trend boiL Lifetime call E this outstanding propertycall
call 682-4137 La ''and Appliance SOU TOWN 4 apartment 37000 month for chain link fence Located JinPhvlVlllag Zella Pearson.
or I Mo, Site peal tkr.. k. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. CY I adult. .Include all utilities ..nd11M *. OWNER WILL SACRIFICE | MALCOLM TETREAL'LTEvenings |

28-28 3-II4I. .. at laundry .......*. Kit 51445.13.TF. or rent Call 3I3-14HL 34-31 E A Sundays E LEIS BROS.


BfDr.ET MINDED CT M7f | REALTORS
CAPABLE bookkeeper for perman- Them Now At ((12)) For Rent Fum.J't'ItNJRIIED 5 BEDROOM furl>hed bnuee 110 SSS month Include everything. I I
let poeltlon with citrus firm In 7th SI *W. Stt TOWN bedroom arreen perch Cloee-in :: = I Uot filxtk St, NW

south Boa Central A-IJ7S Florida.* New Mall.Chlet re.umeto All GIL HALL BUICK Rentals. .........1 roiTNTRT-1141. REAL ESTATE, as-2l CT Move In today i i TOWN COUNTRY! : (Opposite North Gate)

replle. confidential 33-38: 4 year round ATIIEIITO4NKALTY ---- I Bedroom 14 bath. 284-3117
843 W, Central Ave CY3a4. ROOMS APARTMENTS i 'Wi1i IW = i il
- HOUSEKEEPER: WANTED 301 Sixth St.. S.W. 28-TF Downtown Week or month. Very 1 tt..rnn. I lleill. Sue A'ewI. 21fMuqnoI'iIj1j19 ETC. A Sun. HO T2711Paga
Room and board furnl.hed pi... ; .,ca ReamaMe, CY 4-IJ41 34-TF ..,. dsno papmoal monthly I l a.3'1I411AJ U. UliJU J :
.... !' FURNISHED CNTfRNI8HRD povmnt.
pie no aelanr per w..li. Prefer 2f3-4144 CLEAM -
m.. 40 years old. Single Phone V ll eeseeRew 2t4.U2f HOI CY M4M. tot AT*. 0. $L WH for iple er will *el' reaonhle |4U month plea viUHM 23- '"? I roll J..n> Sl.rd.. 7 4-1T "f ,
27-JI pJJ11.s.r.u.c.o.tiLLtitialIL 330 Av* C. 55. 393-Ma H20 i I ; Iota Wuitan CY 8-14U 43-TFl 21-27 ..

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lI-TF tine and lack of iron Sooty
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mi tlnaac. Call JSa-M*. .T! grown II a fret Itudilll fungus disease A 1 per cent .. :: t M'P v t ,n. t NAD At40Tlltt tuuv lvA4 7NAM'fN

this beautiful tv.rfrrn > solution of whit summer oil i 1 yTMS p see ArrINTeteY MIITN6' AND 05th MMt 607 IMTKtON

tAKX JTUXXAI It much planted b; will cause the film to roll IINTtIMA'e hAS TNANK YOU.NRa I'M SOstN JANEt! 10 TAT 001 W wt 60f fTAIICD NIS POET LOtLAt l

ACRES LaHefroBt deep welL. off within hours after application 3: wA/nnN/ q Sl1 eMh. MOtTNI SORRY s Cons, Pet M (alit 701604
like fertile SOU cOMMI5LIAL5JItid
bomeowB Thtjr
alectrteny. b*.. 111 !too.C > MSS eJ1tWRN a0tt.A
F McCOMIC R... Broker! soil slightly acid, with rood Chlorosis is usually the AlMOt1 1,40 NOUtst w..,. 1UN04 f/ _.
ZH-SS4I: drtlBij and well supplied result of iron deficiency-*!!* .r V
JS.21 before blooming veins bright green rC t r.,11f \ t
with org niC matter If oil li especially period appear

light and sandy it should be as acute drought at this while the leaf itself U yellow wkk
Chofc LAKEFRONT: LOT SM' A spray of copperas
removed and replaced with an bud
cpu, Ga"'IIOS' on lak time may cause severe o
and road y JM de.y M TOO. BYowNLR add comported mixture of (ferrous sulphate) at the rat

T rma. CY MITBint ... peat, leaf mold, and manure.. drop of t teaspoonful to 1 gallonof i

*. 3-! la order that then shall be Xtunmg Is usually not neee preferrably rain water witha :j

na shortage of any miller.I. sry if blossoms are cut spreader will usually worka ...

FOR LAKEVlEVr HALE: -Lake TWO Jeaal LOTS WO -. I commercial fertilizer con- which should be don when quick cure.Neoatodea .

W' each. Phon* CY mra or fYWUT. taming minor clementa should whit first begins to show as art the most

::1&-21 be sprinkled in lightly ai the the petals unfurl. They then serious pests of gardenias in

planting site II prepared are placed in cold water and, Florida. These minute worms ... ,.... s
<. I.-.U1.LIioolIll.. .1 ,-.....: IIU. ... 165 .11'" I '" .J
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If It la feasible to treat the if refrigrated. the petals will feed upon the roots and cause --. ----
Legal Advertising Harden plot with a toil fumigant unfurl slowly, allowing the galls to form. Stunted growthU -- -

well in advance of central whorl to give the flow the first symptom Nematode -

planting, It U an excellent era a heart and cover the -resisting Gardenia Thunbergla A/tl

OTICB plan to do thii Garden sup anthers In the warmth ofFlorid. used aa a rootstock

I bid 1 Notice* will t*b.hereby received slv by B that in* .sated Brot ply houses stock several .'s springtime, the petals eliminates this hazard ao It

\ County. Flenda.Comml"up "to'."I.30 01,cloc PolCounty chemicals that will kill nematodes fold back quickly. Handle I It a wise i gardener who inquires TTTflrTLLowL10LL r-T-r---1-r

A M OB TUK BV. i>bruarv 4. Iwo the Number 1 enemyof carefully to avoid bruising before' buying.Usually .
to b* opened immediately Iher- ardenlai follow directions which will turn the petal I )..1- an oil mixture spray
read lor tn* rwI
and publicly
attar ot the Iollln deacribd land. on label low. will take car of uhltefliei

Be innln. TM 4a (. t w.t and A location in full lUll orpartial Gardenias require regualr and mealybugs since It Is x 1
.. anrthra.teorner
*o tl> el the
twiou leei of Section 11 To..'.-1111) MBouth shad well away from applications of a balanced against the law to sell parathion /

RAM M run Ih.ncs Mt trees or large shrubs is recommended fertilizer with an acid reaction to anyone but a professional

fet south moil 100 or hK leaa; Uune to the* east....,..* Gardenias thrlon \', and should be used month. spray man. In fact

o( Uu I.k.! th.leet nc* aorth*or est.ralone teas, water banks if the water ly during the growing season. this deadly pesticide should .I.Ii5
laka 110 men
I to a point dua out of Uio point level la constant They will The most serious disease NE'Elbe used by the amateur .

el bepinning. thunco the wen Point(M ol lilt P.Rmnins. *- b* killed, however, by InundaUon Is stem canker and la warm, gardener U DDT Is used --
KM U t 1
moo or. humid summertime, the dls- regularly, leaf rollers and red

For futthee. with Information U W I>uNOft.communlcat A HEAVY MITCH, 4 to S ease may spread rapidly. spider mites will not appear -- -- __-- u ___ _-- -- --

I County OmmiMlontr. Winter *i.. Inches deep of oak leaves, Bordeaux mixture, copper Dont be tempted to cutback

ten The Ilnrlda Board r.*..rv.. th. right to pine straw, tobacco stems, lime dust a spray of termite your poinsettias yet even AND PIKIDNAPP0 '1 /e R6 nr lVR1
relect All kid :: peanut hulls or other organic or serial used around though they do look sad from R NT114 N DORAI / 1 l1 NI
:.g4'ot"b* 'ubmltt I .3dHUkSto the suggested the frost as they put out new TtN eUYtRtAwt: IiansUI11E0
.. All bid. .hould ko ... material will promote vigor plant art preventatives g Ang i [ sET000upussestot
cloned In B ***>I.d onwlopo\ rlalIv OUt growth and ,heavy flow. but infected plants growth 10 quickly, It might NERj .. i

I marked iMl 011 the Lok.euteld. I 10" o Bid cock 011 ring Watering during dry should be destroyed No cure be nipped again as w.. are E \a

, land A M In Tu d.' rtbruanr "J"J.:. spells ls necessary Allow the may be checked by sprsylng still not out of the woods as
Ordered M .P.* ttaafa. should not be confused far as frost damage is con t
14. I.... doss to run for about I hours This :: 11Iy ; 4 )
wry (alan.d) wilnwr Chairmen MeCutehWB once every 7 to 10 days, with tip burns which may b* runed.I cn ,irtirr' ( '4

(.1.-04) B. *. lloaa. Jr.. ( I

(SEAL arll Tampa BuildingTo The Lighter Side "

Jan. 33. IT. 1H4 oz ,

Be Used In o I hi e
with tambourines CMolt-TNcnt
By DICK WEST hootenanny I tNtuM hiiuRVlvoR NUctetsetl{
: + ,le
TO :
KOTICB or IXTENTION:
MAI ArrLICAIIOX FoaFIJIIA'IlIIiCIU&Ga TV WesternAmerican WASHINGTON (UPD-Ther "These folk singers line up r DUt> TNOSt 4nAVES, 1 Ae0oRo TNAi v o
hsi
Is a mot afoot here and In on the slit and take turns ear... seta 55 1

b K.: Eitktt 01M41UOl'i Broadcasting Com certain other cultural wellsprings dancing and singing and telling yr '
PAIN.
ft. Pcui: <4 pany-Televlslon, New York, will to resurrect the old funny atorlts The one In th* -
Ito AU Wiorn It M4r Conconi film the main building of the time minstrel show and reincarnate middle is known as the 'inter -- -- -
None. U b. nlv.s uutkavo which that h KeTNIY yweN 'Ilu 'e0 nty 'O b tM.1th off t t5 *
= locutor means IAHT yes M
1114 our tInal Sport a> Eiutora University of Tampa tomorrow it as a night club act 1T MAV NeL1F40W OH-Ye N 'met INTO TN1e rstsc1loea tic lPP4CUR.sWT
ol tho Oil.u of Marlon .I.tpoiB .. for a sequence in its historical la this good? The answer to calls the signals' W11.4. Us PUT 00454TMAT aef+Pla A LAnrclwn A tirN-LAt i'sNtNDR aeitin.err r.e 71ht1 MAY 1.001! A ktTTI.SCwi.el
4.0.00.4t that '
we atiled "
lai' aria bow fee! Th* two oa the end ar *IUCTCA.. THJywKI 1aeeeaeur L 170041j
of that
our "Saia Western depends oa you Le!: Af7AR tPCMy
chart: rt a.'oIUrl'I"d'M jhUshUnf V year 1S9ITh about Joke* like: called 'end men' One I I. th* Nf4P 1.+1!f ,ROM 7M4T V T.P T-L NATIC41TNA
:::0 iPP/RLNGIf
tho HaL Klrhard A. Bronma. 'tight/ end and the other I. the JUNKI ,
County Judt at Pnlk pro?:"am will be televised 'Whit happens when you go vy
Ida oa th* IIB day .ru IMbru.r.: nation.,.v oa Saturday, Feb 20 to the dentist with a dollar in 'split end' Except when there n '
1964. lor approval of th* urn BJHlor It formation In which ,1 >
final dttchari* a* isoruton ntth The University of Tampa your pocketT""You a spread iO / ( y'r:
*itat oi llarloB III. fpala ... male building Is the former get buck teeth" ease the 'tight end moves out

"Thin PIP day o( January 1N4.BattL Tampa Bay Hotel, famous resort My own filling about Jokes as a 'flanker' // '
Spain hotel of the turn of the like that Is that there I la enough "In the backfield then It a4O'piece p..idiik1iii
H. C Crm.nd Blt ,
band Half of them l
oft
laruloro ol tho oaultol century, where American trouble In the world already ,rWI4ICI4
Marloa .. Bpaln, cera ware quartered In 1(91 prl. I heard it the other night at play the trombone and the nth

Dcaaa4Critt or to embarkation with their er half pl.y the banjo. Or vice
.nd.* CrUl.nd.. a local cabaret where a minstrel -
P. O. Bon IUWlntr troop for Cuba during thSpanish show was installed for an versa
Hann. riorldaAltorayi .American War. "Tht trombones and banjos '
for Xioeutori experimental run to see If It t
Jaa 11 *>. 27 r.b. I. 1 MXOTICB The hotel was built in 1190 by would click before a night club pity 'Shins on Harvest Moo ; .

railroad magnate Henry B crowd. while the end men are singing .
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Plant at a cost of approximately I don't know how well It went 'Tht Camplown Hares' -- -

or tritTiof TO $3,000.ooo, and was patternedafter over but if the of a 'It sounds dreamy," my
purpose
MAUl FINAL ArrLICATlON UlBCHAKUB 10$ the Alhambra of Spain, floor show Is to drive customers daughter said 0060 WOULD SINCL AN HAS MA11 /1H Ptce' AW >-rrrVJT THAR ON* i'1RAIL

La R.: 1.ut. o with Its domes and 11 minarets to drink, It must have been "It la," I tald "When 140' DOUTHER DmUTl16Rs AH'D GOaN H O' TN' NOT IN THAW THAT'S Af4oncay

LOUIS SJDM R& tc..4 Among the officers making good for builnns For mt you art my age, someone. will HEAR? ORLITNtt311RAR'OVER (ANNSOMEly 005ER( r

To All whom ft May ConctraNolle : their headquarters at the hotel It was nostalgia on the rocks bring back EM Presley.. TN'RAINfOWL I
U htraby lv.n that It kai Gen Theodore Roosevelt
filed IU final sport a fc"*outool was I sm old enough to remember E: y1 l1f. I.I

th* .*..t. ol toul Bkidmor when minstrel shows were British LampoonLBJ : r .I.IM
caM4i that It hoe filed It. >> r. .
titles for final dlarharo, and that Court Record a common occurrence In my r.t .
It will apply II> the Hon Richard home town we used to have one Kennedy 4
A. Br llIOn. County Jud. ot Polk ,
County Florida. 00 th* lib day 01 CIMTIT TOIBtSilli Just about every other year to .' t
,..bNO"' 1M4. lor approval ol the Filed rail money for the volunteer LONDON (UPII-Th) Dally :z
..m. and lor final diKhan .. Lak. Apartmonta. Inn, *te, y*. 1'
Executor ot th. .tital of LounEkldmor Roland C Lak .t tw, |rnlah'"* fire department Mall today published I politics y
.. 4.c.a.e4. ment On alternate years wt had a cartoon the win | President
The 10th day 01( Jenu.ry..054EXCHANUS John H. Wardlaw .t u. ... Jim ..
: NATIONAL BANK "womsnless wedding, which Is Johnson giving Atty. Gen Robert ;
Williameon. ;
iJ1to
Frailer and
Oeorie
OF WINTER William 0.HAVEN rr*.ma tt 5,1.. Ine. etc. civil action damage DISC of the reasons I left Kennedy instructions on thutelephone 't Ir'
By
Trust Olllr f III .Ie... ol {''kA. It occurred to me, however, for his talks with
Executor ol the .Mtat n| Thornton Memorial Ham. In*., that there must be millions of British officials hen on Ma '
Loula Bkldmora. dcu4" y*. James Mowrey .t u., civil so.loo. have ayslt
who
Crlttendrn Crlttndn young people never -
P. O. Soft 15J Jami B Ailams ... Rule Odell seen a minstrel show. My 14 The President says "I'm glad -

Atlornsvi Winter Haven lor ExecutorJan. "oldo A4ama. dlvorea.Wilma Beau- fesr-old daughter, for Instance, Indonesian! President) Sukarno TMB NSW PROMOTION u'Re STILL A\
Fralaer
Loans vi
., aT I>k. I. 1N4 tad never even heard of th.m. tat found our weapons and
U nrd J. Fra,..., dlvorc. &UT If OUT// ifJ5J1i j tICN BEftGEAN TI /
"What' minstrel show big utrrlllt useful his
Flora Irons lulls V.. Herbert t a ( training to

E.rl Butts. dlvorraEarneat big daddy?" she asked when I joys In Borneo Ah, by the t

IB NOTICE Tb. Ceenlv TO CBrDITOB Judge Court Smith JIImllll diva,..*. VS. Lola W limn remarked that I bad been to say, ti you're In London, Bobby I

la And rr Franoea Bronk Orlffln vi Wllll see one. glv* thOle British hell
Folk "*"nl,. Florida Orimn dlvorra. "Well," I said "It's a sort of about those buses for Castro .
IN RB: E8TAT: : or Paul A Cromwell vi. Dorothy C.
MYLA A. RANDALL. Cromwell. dlvoir*. 1
snifCrazed Henry Mnor v. Joyce Randolph 1 1MIt te
To All Creditor Moon divorce DAILY CROSSWORD Ij
C ro a*d I
Having Claim or Kathryn Crew Matheri V*. Robert '-
Aitainet laid Eelal: Melvln Me'h.re dIVO,..*. ACROSS 44 Adult n. A.chew '
notllied You. and to eec III b. ol In you duplicate are hereby all HatM E. Church v*. .... I). L Rod forroutlnf femala 20. En.

claim. and demand whlrh you Church dlyore' 45. A twllleiworatcd elrelee.
hseason the Mtat* ol Mvla A Diane r M'naf ... Tlmothjf Roes meat u with r
Randall dec.aud. In the olflc ol) Miner' divorce, 4. Remain fabrla I belt iA! ,..
County Judge. ..... ... Robert r A
Richard A. Brooaon Mary Char. Oiborfl 1 J
at hie offlr In tha Court Houee at D Oenurn, dlvorc. 11. Boundary ... Lathe 11 Mane .w '.
Barlow riortda. within all calendar Marlene Ball v*. Thames Bell 11 Mohan. 47.Doctrine flame
month Iron January JOth.1M4 melon DOWN n. A" .
which b I the data ol the flret dl.ore. ? i
ol thin notice Card Rarbar J. Lak vf Roland C. rod 1. Bullets early -
claim publication or demand mot b. In writ" flake .t al. dlvorc, Injunction IS Berth onstrain S A fIg tr** Invader 1 I" Y ML.r 1/q.d MAOG'tEKs : 1 SLAVS /+o l01 3 w 3
Inc mint .,.t. the elaee ol reldrnce .- .Ie. or India .r "w --- !, 1545 OOOP LOCKIGI .?UIT OdNO 717 SHOW w '.1
and poet office addreaa of Orara LeulM Hmtter Gray v*. :::0 'LIOAAO ISCAPPI PPOMp (sty MY NSW LtORNRo ROC.,
the claimant. must loa ...om to and lank Fllla Omy. divorce. 14 Trumpet t.Mlachlevou' Europe /.I.Ney'. "._..
y
muet be tiled *. aloneald. or all. David N. Rice *t u. at at vi. device ones 21t. Dora I00 $t ik01.MIRE.THAT / SOt7DNi5(,

pomp will brromN" vyld D .O'1"r.fElLA May C Smltk at al qulot till*. 15 rtwl 4. Bind' U. Dark. U. &r1S.. ((7 V/Ry PAR .
R. CAMERONE J I. Oleawi. admlnlitrator. eta. '4. Wrath I. Corda ease 35. Lnaert TO
'
ecutor V. Ralph Ollddea *t u.. Dan Ray It Varying 4 To falter 21 Ii .unalla4e $1.CapitalWelghtl 2 / tC f I! r/,, i
loreloaOr4er t
.
Jen. .,. 77 '.11. 3. 10 1Mrt milk t u" ""'rt. T.Wing 34 Most of Fens -

.N. .*. I>oor,... India l1...Trouble 1r1f\ 3/. Honey coo Or
Pint Aaarmblv of God Church of It lollcltoratlawi a. Inn 20. Bounoter Waaot4
JlOTICI >rn rirmiou Mulberry y* Tlbhetl E. HuMt. ll*> 18. A froBes U. Como 4.Corrode ." i ii JI3.0r
NAME IT Aft TE al 4oct1 *ul.tln. title. abbr d-\ eopIu 43.Tiny I ,
Nntle la II..IIY liven that tho' International Minerala end Chem "I'J
widenimed donning to .nia Iral Corp. etc v*. J E Hyatt ..
1 ,
th* name for plaintiff wood I I.
oi 'n'oUi'itl A'l.etltR M m final Judgment
21 Rubidium
BUREAU: at 129 Went Central Avnu II 405151e4r.1 .
*. In the CMv of Winter Haven I National Mortgar A*** sym /t '
FmrM Intend to reatanr the M 4furtttttw I elation. etc: y*. Tillman B. How 21 Tall t trri r N qt't
nam wltk th* Clerk n) and M us, final decree forKkwlagHMVlrglnl 24 Olrt, ra ,. z1
th* Circuit Court ., Folk County -..*.. ..
Florida Robert vf Jack ham --- -- -- --
DATA ntxreimta BURCAVdt W Roberta final decree divorce 1 24 Urg* I. 40 nl E ; .wn.
rinroA Artkur-" we.v W. Harrt Man Bprlgg Mellon v*. Robert 2*. Top ofwave ,I Ili / I 1 HATE 'to VrlflN WI.dilT V R i':164 t HAN I AIWHpee A ANOfUPPOE
dlemlaaalFirit ry t. u uIO. 1.lI'M YOtrPtl y7ANDMf4'th
A. Hurt M al VOIYPK 'TALLERI
Fra *ntJaa
,
W. :JO r Pew t 1H4 Federal ...1... and Loaaeanriatoiai .. A dlrwUon a-4. DAGWOOD TAKIN4WILL. 71106 1 A ) A STEOLADDHR 7- 1'M $140t0TER) 1TNAN
of Winter Have y .
n YOU A NAP 5esgWHEN
.1 diemnnl.OKTT : ; : tAt-F.R
loaa4 f- Fuller M Apple PUT up AAMf NO1 1'M \
f Itt TMervtog -
i. n i' HAed OU lTANDING
Pop / INA
worirrBrCIVTEB: fly f'TtwTiow Tit UreaeMtlnyd ends
fKTITHMS NICK Hoary Turner M Winter II. UM FOI4 MS? HoLBr
Nn mdn..ae4 lateade to r......, 37 Winter fl..... tlCovendwltliihal
wnk she CWrt of ih* ClmH Derale WH:lama. 11 DuwlM. and M to u t. t. ? 1
Court of Foul CoMT rtortda ".r- I Bham Jin R" *. IT HaMw* Cur ciS.r
Man I* Chapter ...... Uw* WFlorida. I I, Jerry r.wt.., IS Bartnw. 34, Cirt'snickname .e lOt dIr1 r { i31L
sr
Ada .f IMl lfI.1&1We I and Irlvla Jore ...1...... 20. Dan I4t : ; b
*e amended br Ckaofe JCW laws I- 24. Any split L f
M Fhind*. Acu o< IMl lewuiaturn. I II Donald HamM Roeelter M. Lak. puJMr w w .. H -
IK* ftrtNWne nam b..wll I I .bed and Barbara Jea* Buck! 22.Uarlaitd. .
UIII: PLOYS BABBEB morJa :: t= .. .,
whim P. I. .. 4 b .-.. Mr .'
:: .t D e4s. W.t.t.r : M '* A b..11 I decry.order ..Variety of .. ? ate 1',.,
"s P4.ndanPyNr7IR v *-... willow 1 /
1. SLUolf r. t e W. >,.irfd "I I U ,.t Mce .
tl ,.*. t. 3o. 14.1''s j I paned, rdr tt pr.* ta r ,, y. yr';

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AUBURN TIGER-It'i Ion., It'. I two, It'. I three, rr.., 300 EXTRA FREE
It'. Yeah, Auburnl"! ai led by Mm Cindy Lee of Montgomery SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN
I Al,., ont of Auburn Univeriity's contestants for J.w. GREEN STAMPS
Mist Chaerltader USA vying for the honor to com here Par' TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
for the finals" under the direction of the Winter Haven SWIFT'S PREMIUM IDEF'fl.rEA" Q 5OGov't
Chamber of Commerce and Cypren Gardens HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! SO
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I -Inspected ProtenBONELESS Jft{ Green vlik Alt caww.Stamps AttendedThe I
Drive-In Church Well Short Ribs of Beef SWIFT'S N. tgHem SUPER SLICED, Ham COLD'. Chess CUTS )

and of mankind If all ROUNDSTEAK 1 asses ,....?.'. 919!
Sunday morning service goal the nine M>rt'j M 11MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ
at the Drive.In Church on world leaden were God fearIng S S
Hivendale Blvd. with the Rev men" I
Gene.Wetherell, a professor in Referring to the tremendous Ib. _
the religloua education department strides In the science of destructive -
of Florida Southern College power, he said, "We have !SO EF TEA" QSO
.. aa the speaker for the first too many men of science and I
time, was well attended too few men of God; we have FreshGround J"( Green Stamps
The Rev. Mr Wetherell too many people who want to .iA Ar.err wJ..rAr.k
know about the creation of the ROYAL SHIELD FILET MIGNON 5?
preached from a favorite text of C
world and too few who wantto =.
STEAKS ;
evangelist Billy Graham, a Beef =
quotation of Christ which reads, know about the Creator. We lb. 10-0*. pkg. JIIM rl
p::
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need
atandard faith
"I am the way, the truth and a higher of INRDh
the life and no man cometh unto and belief In our God and lack Ovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlb. (
for leadership of dedicated and
the Father but by me.
"If only, the affairs of this consecrated men who are willing I
world could be handled by men the to pay" the price and apply Y"r .A 49c50met.lf.fillSO
of Cod." he said "this wouldbe work
He commended the work of
live.a different He deplored place In the whichto development the church related colleges, Jfjl' Green
Swift S.ndwlch S.ra.d
*rBraunschweiger
and use of the atom where religion la major study, 0 down> produce lane o I n .stampsl.
bomb at a means of destruction and the tremendous contribution .a..2 Pkeg.::: 69 Ji
How much better It wouldbe It la making by the prep- tw itk HI """<.rarth t ..
he laid, If this tremendous aration of students for life workIn Genuine Idaho BakingPotatoes family siie 83e
power were developed and lined this field. "The world cannot Harm*. Oranga Sand lra.kf.rt ..01_ WM. J..u.... a. 11M 8'
for peaceful purposes and the be conquered by the atom Link Sausage . P"C 35 S
advancement of man'a well bomb" h. concluded "It mustbe .. .
conquered by God through :;
being "Thla would be the aim
-- -- -_. the heart of men" EXTRA
I Rev Wetherell It a native of 5 FREE O
Fulton, Mo., and Joined the
NOW OPEN! staff of Florida Southern College d" Green Stamps

ai an associate in Extensionand 10 1& 59C n i I a....I""d'. -...
Garden CROSSE & BLACK
Way 1963.development DepartmentIn bog ttm RICHARDS HAIR SPRAT

Presiding layman for the day (BLACKBERRY/GRAPE, CRABAPPLE, 13-01. list 89e plus tax
Lounge was Preston Duncanson and the MINT, CHERRY) r.:::;;, .. I IessA U
congregational singing I I of O OQO
C1C1f (
ste'e Seat. EKE 1 Mil -
hymns was led by Abner Lock- 0 dairy specialsPiiblix
lot *f Cypress fterdtui hart who also solo,
,
sang a accompanied LY
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** CHOICE PACKAGE LIQUORS GOODS Mrs Jo Love on Jackson.the accordlan by 100% Pure torn OilMargarine 1.lb. J 5 EXTRA F REE 050

FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE After of the service and refreshments ... . . .ctn. 29* Jl/ Green Stamps
Watch For Grand Opening coffee doughnuts .. ... .._...
were aerved at the snack bar. I rfaate* w< K I
-- Kroft's Philadelphia Assorted Calms lug Preef Shelf Paper ]

ARTICLES FOR SALE Cream Cheese . 2 pkg.J.OII.: 25, 8-ox. 1 0 C ...1_.reg.W-.lisa January 39e M IM P'1,

'Jar MB OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL7J

0 frozen foods 0

For Breakfast Souffle Banquet (limit 4 with purchase of $3.00 or more)' 50 FREE UUU 50

Ham 'I,.I Eggs . . .' ? 39 Jttl( Green Stamps
I ....'1__.4....._... I
CL '
SSIFIEQREpB
For Breakfast>. Banquet Pancake Y GARCIA'S SPANISH BEAN SOUP
T.oz 39* 4 cant $1.
'N Canadian Bacon reg.
RSERVICE pkg.: ....1WM.. a.eu.ry 210 11M rI'
'w F R E E VOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooo
e a * .

(Regular or Quick Heatproof Coffee MakerQuaker

Grits 24 o' packed with 10 ounces of
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