Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Fifth Get Annual Final Hard Imperial WorkoutFor Show Winter Haven Daily N. & ., ief I

By TIimSTOV Staff Writer WILLIS The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The News-Chief } Citrus Of The World

Trainers and rider put their

homes through a final work VOL 53-No. 102 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, TUESDAY JANUARY 28 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS
out today in preparation for the
opening of the Fifth Annual

I Imperial tomorrow Chanty afternoon Horse at 1:30:Show at'

A the Road show; grounds off Dundee France Warned It Must DealWith

Ring Four B events tomorrow are scheduled afternoon.la :

First Year Green Working
Hunters Second Year Green
Working Hunter Amateur
t Owner Working Hunters, and
Green Jumpers will be shown
during the afternoon perform
ance. One Chinese Faction
Sgt. Joseph Mulranea of Cler-
mont, ringmaster, will soum
the call at 7:30 tomorrow night
s to start the performance in
Ring A. fourteen events are
scheduled with three-gaited DeGaulle Put
saddle hones, five-gaited horses !
Arabian Driving Horses, Jaycees Decide Y
Single Roadster, Morgan Horses
Single Harness Pony, WalkIng On
Spot By
Horses Ladies ArabianThreeGaited
Fine Harness
Against Big
Horses, Junior Walking Horses,
and five-gaited mares included. II
Two events are also ached- F I Taipei Peking
sled for Ring B beginning at Name Tourney 'M y ,

7:30. Open Jumpers and open I The Chinese
working hunter will perform. PARIS (UPI -
A quiet air of excitement and Communists and Nationalist
The Winter Haven Jaycee I
prevailed over the 1lE/ China French President
expectancy /r' put
t"I :
voted down a proposal to invite t
show grounds today as groups (It.. /, Charles de Gaulle on the spot
of trainers owner and riders professional golfers to compel
THREE.GAITED CHAMPION-Pet Thompson, manager him
by warning bluntly
gathered to discuss their prospects in a tournament slated for this
of Mrs. Alan Robson's Albelarm Farm of West Ches-
he must deal with only one
in the five-day show.
ter, P*., holds the reins of Copper Rocket, a champion The climax of the show Sun city later this year of their rival governments.The .
three-gaited horse, which will be shown during the Fifth day' $10,000 Oange Concentrate In a special meeting of the 2I35OY
Annual Imperial Charity Horse Show which starts tomorrow Jumper Sweepstakes, it board of directors last night,, warnings from Peking
afternoon at I z30. foremost in the minds of the it was decided to rescind the and Taipei, just a day after De

owners of Jumpers However, board' action of last week. I. ) : : I Ic'e I k Gaulle announced recognition of
County Commission Report the Jumpers will be followed Th board bad recommended J1\ w : Communist China, threatened

(Continued on Page (, Col. 11) that the membership consider to throw French diplomacy InCommunlnt .
China to at Mast

Combee Blasts Kennedy Says others inviting here Arnold for the Palmer tournament and temporary The Chinese disarray Communists. Ina

The project la in committeeand statement broadcast from Peking

may be considered next declared they had agreedto

War Possible year In reconsidering this proposal with establish Franc diplomatic on the relations"under-

SRD For Delay the board decided to concentrate standing" that Franc would
on the Citrus Exposition I_ recognize the Peking regime
Parade on March 7, as "the sole legal governmentof
County Commissioner Aldln excuse hat always been 'JIo' Over MalaysiaWASHINGTON Club I member Chuck o/ UNITED FUND PROFESSIONAL DIVISION-With goal of $7,350, the Professional China."
Combe unleashed a verbal right of way,' but DOW w* have had contacted lawyers both Division Committee met yesterday to complete plant for their n among real In Paris, the French govern

blast at the State Road Department the right of way and peopleare (UPIAtty.. I Palmer and Jack Nicklaus but estate, insurance, legal, medical, dental and minister! fields In the Unite Gi.,.,.' Fund ment promptly denied It Bad.
moving out and waiting for the board felt that the full club mad commitment to
any recognine
today for not proceedingwith the road." Gen. Robert F. Kennedy told action on the parade, a prtjitwhich Drive, which opens Feb. I and concludes with a one-day blitz campaign on Feb 25. Peking as the sole legal
. the four toning of Hwy. Combee went on to say that President Johnson today there bat been some monthsin From left: Warren Seckel, real estate; Meson Wines, legal; Mayor Richard Dantxler, government of China. Freach
.2 through Auburndale to the county has spent $662,000for U a risk of full.teal war involving the planning, was for the chairman of the division; Dr. Robert 1. Hamilton ministerial; Douglas Day, Insurance. officials lino reiterated France
jHalnet City. rights of way and that this the United State if the time being more important. Absent were Dr. Dan Griffith, medical; and Dr. George Tripp, dental.I does not plan to break relations
._ ._
"la the past, Combee said Southeast Asia quarrel over club'i __ __ ____ :
. money wa supposed to have It was called to with the Chinese Nationalists
at today's Board of County been paid back during the 1962- Malaysia I II not settled. attention that the parade, an I JFK AiiMilnaiion Historol At the same time NaUonaUit\
(.Commissioners meeting, "their 63 budget year but never wat. Kennedy reported to Johnsonfor annual event for the club, already Marie MacCrea thin, fcnsitertnsa
He suggested that the commissioners nearly I W minutes on the his 54 unit signed up for aiom II''I':; :" wtt% YMMI"
' agree to let the SRD result of Ma 12-day, Ils.na.tIon the line of march. The lotnf Promoted By asked the French government
'Palmer Enters keep the money for another peacemaking tour en which date for .entries it "Feb. Ji. ., "\% Days'Sofd Out to clarify Its decision to rertg.
year and use) it to start construction he was soot by the President RegiorTBank l' nine Red China
through Auburndale"If in an attempt to ease the worsening A spokesman for Chiang Kal
that Is what It take to get criti betwen Indonesia 2 Women Hurt hell's Kuomlntang party ttld
and the new nation of Malaysia.
PolkRegisfrar done.
Race For the job 1Y the French announcement en
Reorders TakenThe
Commissioner Let Dunsoa Being recognition of Peking was
In unusual move,
Johnson, an
said that be had approached vague and wat taken In Taipeio
introduced Kennedy to waiting In Car CrashA -
the SRD district chairman He ( mean that De Gaulle was
the meeting
about paying back this money reporters after to Asia entire Dally Newt.Chief flee, and t reorder will be forwarded tying to fore the Chinese Nttlonallnti -
termed Kennedy' trip
and the latter promised to "a very important million" and two.car collision in Win shipment of 300 copies of "Four to the publishers. Into making the nest
check this and letter
into a
----- commission get Dunson said it was the unanlmoua opinion er Haven yesterday afternoon Days," the United Press International Those who want copies should move on diplomatic relation
off said to he the had received no word of all that the attorney general resulted in injuries to two Wan- .American Heritage his get their orders In Immediate The spokesman said the Nationalists
did a good Job. nets women, one being hoipl- tonal account of the ......1. ly The reorder will be only "will stick to our ba-
yet that sincethe Johnson said that the alternative aimed, the Police Department for the number of copies which ale policy of not agreeing to I
Dunson suggested nation of President John F "
to peace in the area reported. have been requested by customer Iwo China policy '
"SRD won't even answer maybe would be a return to Jungle Lottie Maddox was treated Kennedy, wat sold in four days, I !. The public statement made

(their Continued correspondence"on Page (, CoL J) war which, he acid, would "e,. 'or' a fractured knee at Win but order for more copies will I The demand for the book hit I" Peking and Taipei put De
4H cslate" into larger conflict involving er Haven Hospital and then be> accepted. been tremendous throughoutthe Gaulle on the spot to make hit
other nations ransferred to the county ho. Those wishing copies of the country, according to UPI hole*. It was reported the
Fruit ShipmentsDaily He pointed out that the United >ital In Bartow Her daughter, book may place their orders which Joined with American French president was content
State has treaty obligations Dorothy W Plant, driver of one at the Newa.Chief business of. (Continued on Page >, Col. 6)) (Continued on Page (, Col 4))
earloadmgt (In boxes) la the area, such at the Aniut of the vehicles involved in the -- .- -
from the Fruit and Vegetable treaty with Australia and New mishap, was treated for con-
Inspection Division: Zealand. unions of the lip at Winter MARIE E. MACCREA haul Year
By rail, 36,300 grapefruit T,- Kennedy declined to elaborate liven Hospital and released Mist Marie E. MacCrea : Bok Tower Marks Its 35th I

238 oranges, 200 tangerines, I,- on the possibility of U.S. Officer Robert Fesgl laid been elected executive secretary -
v 432 temples, 1,063 murcotts; by entry into a hooting war but he accident occurred when the board of director
boat 643 oranges; by truck, pointed out again in answer to Plant automobile, traveling by the The Lake Walet Singing Tower ,
104,033 grapefruit, 29,018 oranges a question that "war can and north on Third St., SW, col- of Lake Region Bank of Com will mark an Important anniversary
1,344 tangerines, 32,128 temples, will spread if this continue." ided with a car driven by merce Carleton Lucius, preil- a
-- 1,943 murcottt, 185 tsngeloi; Malaysia, a British Commonwealth }eorce Boucher Sr., 73, 1045 dent, announced today Saturday Thirtyfiveyear
L. PALMER total 140,333 grapefruit 38,899 nation, was formed last Seventh St., NW. Boucher was Mist MacCrea hat served tt ago, Calvin Coolidge made
oranges, 1,544 tangerines 4OmI September through a federationof attempting to make a left turn ilt last public address away
H. L. (Shorty) Palmer. Lakeland I temples 3,008 murcotts, 185 tan- Malaya and Singapore and on to Ave K, SW, from Third secretary to the bank's officer from Washington, before stepping -
real estate broker, announced the British Borneo territories of since! moving to Winter HavenIn
gelos for a shipping total of St. down is President, whenhe
today he will be a can 222,525 boxes. Sarawak and North Borneo Indonesia Feagle estimated 1330 damage December 1061 from Glen dedicated the Mountain Lake 1
didate for the office of supervisor has threatened to and Ridge, N.J.
Cannery receipts, (5,248 grape to the Boucher car Sanctuary
of registration for Polk fruit, 343,331 oranges, 13,087 tangerines "crush" Malaysia on grounds It $500 damage to the Plant car She resides at 1841 Fifth St, On Feb. 1, 1929, nearly 70,000
County in the May primary II I an extension of British colon- Boucher charged with SEt with her parents, Mr and ,
Palmer, 52, It a lifelong resident for a cannery total of was person sought to gala entranceto
of Polk County, having 421,666 boxes. (Continued.. on Page (, CoL 7) allure to yield the right-of.way..:.. Mr,-.--Kenneth-- -J.- -McCrea.- Edward Bok't Sanctuary to
-- ----
-- --- bur usually taciturn President
been born and reared in the
Lakeland area. lIe attended Coolidge utter some 1400 words
Lake Gibson and Socrum Council Slates III dedicating the Singing Tower }j
schools and Kathleen High and its surrounding area. .r
School. He later attended Florida Snow was falling la Washington
Southern College and Kan- as the Coolidge left for
ass City, Mo., Auction and 1 n nI nt Annual BanquetThe Florida. When the apeclal train
Business College. arrived In Lake Wales, the sun
After farming In the Socrum was bright as Gov, and Mrt
and Kathleen areas north of ; ? 1r Downtown Winter Haven Doyle E. Carlton and Mr and 1

Lakeland, be entered defense I Council it all set for its annual Mrt. Edward Bok greeted the 1Jk
work during World War Marine in
plant presidential party
banquet Thursday evening starting
1(. Palmer was with the Atlan- blue coats stood stiffly at at-
(Continued on Page 6, CoL I) at 1:30: at the New Palm entlon.
Room of the Haven Hotel. The Coolidge were taken by

RegistrationPlaces The affair it billed aa I car to Mountain Lake where
octal evening "no long they walked reverently into a
OpenThursday speeches by anyone" The sanctuary for humans and
dinner will start at 7;30 and bird," that bad been created
Night will be followed by games with 0" the highest point of landIn r
\\h\ prize donated by members. the Florida peninsula
Several registration places In Jim Harrington will be in The great cast bell carillon
the Winter Haven area are charge of the gameE III the Singing Tower rang out
scheduled to remain open N. Griner will g. 'h. "America" as the President approached -
Thursday night in order that past president's report, Chi ill. the spesker'f stand
all persona may register be. ber of Commerce President<< Ile praised Mr, Bok't cnntrilutkm .
fore the Friday deadline, John W Carpenter will install to beauty In establishing
Blanche Work Polk County the new officers, and Incoming the Sanctuary and Tower and r
supervisor of registration announced r President J. B. Anderson will added that such act were mak-
today make a few remarks ng available to the masse ofthe -- -I Ie
The downtown registration 1't Cost of the dinner has comedown I people the advantages one
headquarters at the city hall ) to $3 50 per person. Last reserved to a fortunate few
will be open from t a m. to year the tab was $, each Don VHy) less than a year lat. _
I p.m., Mrt. Work said. I I Blaier, chairman I of the .Jward Bok died within
The others m the area to be banquet committee, eye that .j iLhf of the Sanctuary and Tower .ti
open Thursday evening from about 100 people are expected.I be brought Into being "to
6 to I are: Precinct 47, vl Serving on the committeewith preach the gospel of beauty"
wood. District J County v Blaser are Arnold Silvert as hi* way of thanking the
Precinct 48. Eloise and W"t-I / muter of ceremomea, who la'' American people for the opportunity .
Shipp Heights, Hollster'i also in charge of the program that had been affordedto
cery; and Precinct 65, DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS PLAN FETE-The banquet committee of the Winter Harrington; W. L. Whitley, an Immigrant boy from The I
Phyl Village utilities office of Haven Downtown Council I Is shown planning Thursdays annual b,nqut. From left. prizes and Billy Yon. Lcketa Netherlands He hoped that -
the Lake Region DevelopmentCorp Arnold Silvert, master of ceremonies end program chairman; J. I. Anderson, new |pretio Final plant for the banquet tome tourists would pause SINGING TOWEl ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY
I dent; Don Bluer general chairman; end Jim Harrington, in charge of banquet garnet. (Continued oo Page (, Co!. J)I I (Continued oo Page I, CoL I) ,Coolidge $Spot Tker 35 Years AgoHorses






-Gond rsomltn Haley Report 1 $100,000 Suit Doctors Sew ;

Culture Talk World Literacy Register NowIf Wildlife/ Film Filed In DeathOf

U. S. Firm On PanamaWASHINGTON :
yea have not re-regls
I towed within the past month Lakeland Man Severed Ear

HeardByB&PW I' D. C. ml am ef our Uwit warships er p i i Group Official you are pot eligible. to have voteKegMratiM To Be ShownAt Mri. Virginia Mimro hu
glad to be able to report to the new supertankera More- filed a $100,000 wit la circuit

Club Members t those of by you tie who Panama b.ve situation beep disturbed I ever waterway, the, lock highly system. vulnerably makes! the to To Speak Here Polk County established ef he for public the throughout eonvesleaee They. Lake Wales"Con court igilnst and International Chemical Corp.Mlnerili On Woman N

which Is si of you, I SHKoert, either sir IU.cIlClr turface "b- I an epee Ihie week.Register charging negligence 11th.
that the outlook now! la (feat the I otage. death of her husband Way g. DUARTE Calif. (UPD)-..Shen.iff' .
Tile regular dinnermeeting "
monthly United States Gnytramfnt, for Surveyi hive been made of Now With the Wilderness, 19 J. deputies had barely fin

pf the Winter lIveD seer, U not RAIn', t tI bank; "ft"*" possible routei icroii Colombia a wildlife film will be presented Mimro wn electrocuted..ceordtnl lahed taking year-old Mri.
Business tn4 Professional Wo I and m.ke fiI'I"s.If.1"\ "" et across Nlcirigua-Cp aka, on Thursday by Karl H. to the lull when a ROM Girtman for lid from the
men's Club was "14 Its Bight HUM Papam peljtlfiai off i ad. acresa southern Mexlce. Of Mulowiki el Cincinnati Ohioat 30-foot length of pipe he with wii site of a serious auto accident
these the Cctombiaq route Into contact
*t the Haven Hotel( \ the hook I would the lent festly.! But the Area Death I p."'. in the Lake Wales a guiding 11.000 volt cimi line. He was a pipe Monday when I telephone call
The Personal Development Involved In our offl.UI 415.termtntlnn Mexican route often attractive Hub School Auditorium. fitter with a Lakeland engineer from the hospital' was received,
Committee wu In charge of the to a t and fin nwands possibilities for a partnershipdeal I Thli program will be the seeS firm under contract with "Where'i her ear?" uked at-
program which wn on "Cul U.t till ntr.u-"t .5.. I I with a government substantially JOHN B. DANIELS end la the Audubon Nature IMC pendants it Santa Tereiiti llos.pual. .
ture." of P.*!""'! I* tnfff than. more stable that some John Butler Daniels. 51, of Theater series which ls epon- The salt charges that IMC .
The devotional was given by the seciirttv of the Psnan+a others. (30 Av,. N, SW, died it his end In the Lake Wales Area failed to provide Musiro with Deputies rushed back to the
Mri. Jo Lovf Jacksoa.Mri. Cp.nl l Itself' TO VrvUe IIn""r I residence early this morale by the Ridge Audubon Society a life place to work. It says scene, which had been washed
Grace Benioa. Introduced / to Pinm now wou'rf' o"en the I A antics of Meiga, Ol., h. Approximately 700 people, In. the compsny filled to provide clean by firemen, and found the
Mri. Kathleen Cetfee too? to O'bin_rffunaMH" <*>.tUnwise w, i WOlPSfeHits' moved I* Winter Haven from I'IudiUII..'" from nearby signs or other warning of the ear In the debrli.
Dickinson, longtime resident of ale WtH r*,.M to the Pelham, Gi., .la 1844 and verk- communities, attended the power line. I IMr. The ear was rushed to the
this area, who gave a demonstration Cu''ntan1" Naval flaw. f'orenttr. I ed far" a Winter Havea unit opening program of the series .. Mimro charged thither hospital, waked Isa saline so.
In finger painting to o fpllit'rr nnwltt| l<,t| |1ft \i lion company. He attended Hvendale .. last week. The students md husband died n a "proxl- lutton and-leveral houri after
the group. As Mrs. Dickinson Carlhhcan would he "/'''rl '' ,,". Sanford Baptist Church.He faculty of the Lake Wales High mite result" of alleged negligence the accident-rejoined to the
did twe complete figure paintings vcr ,l, and, ""'fitl.l if ... )ho'- la survived by his wife. School were presented. with a en the part of IMC wom..'. bead
null blended\ colors she coined I away wr rl'h a U tilt p.DR Mrs. Miry Ruby Dinieli of WllIt special afternoon matinee of "It wn i beautiful Job," attendants .
explained the materials aha Cv l Zone ind it Onanti' +'e. SANFORD\ (urn Olt1CI.I. ter hives; four daughters Mr. the first wildlife film which 'I laid later "But It will

was wing and gave | sutn< Moreover .hc....f mary of finger painting his- horn oftl"I.lI .f.t1I1.l1e4 thatCasten to I* electronics plant that was A. J Whitten, Mrs Deliver from the Lake Wales Anchor Clubs It the body will accept It."

tory.Mrs. t r 1 1 Is p Con>"">un't' destroyed by t fire responaiblefor Kemp, and Mrs. Jane Daniel. Garden Club, the Ridge! Audu Deputies said Mri. German,
Dickinson studied at elemi la,4 1".1\\ +q r"',. I. InJuriii Evansville College in Indiana Homer L. Daniels of Lakelin, the patron season tickets for
the Panama rllttl"4-t. wieldsow ef Dearborn Elee the windshield of her car when
at tke New York Sohocl of to P,,,.,,,,', Markm'
Fine Applied and Arty In.such New York well- would' N to |invite| a mite of 1500,ooo was toe "eonaervative lag Secretary. for Builaesi. '14rla..e. ter Haven; his mother, Mri progrims.Mailowtkl bit by a truck, had long hair
City, under Is of the
H. U. Howell of Pelhim 0'.1 one
stepped ua Cu*>aB '''II'',"! fnr ,Ralph Bell, tapt.11Iof and was bleeding profusely
knowa artist ai Eldon Row f Committee .1 C brother The mil Eugene tioa'a top nature photograph-
the tr.inlnf rf Nhnt.'i' 11'1, .11" the Lake W.ry'oluatatr
land, Paul Tollefsoa and Jean b received World Literacy and ChrlitiaLl'eratura Daniels of Pelham; and five rrs 1(. has contributed a great Pilot Program Both factors contributed to the
eternal v' activity ? (tha. "lid Fire Department, a failure of anyone on the seen
Willis TroemeL She ii a ahir deal of motion footagefor i
,,, while of the DlvliieaForeign of grandchildren. picture ,
I. IB other nations of the.steel broken arm when be fell to notice her left ear mining.
tar member of the Ridge Art Funeral imngemenU to Walt Dlsney'i "True Adventure wit
AifociaUw and, her mwtsare ." tamlsphere.., this that fighting the blue, Mucus' National charge of OttLiughlin are In. Series," Including "Na- Members of the Winter Haven .
I would S it joint
display |\II Council ef Churches, will be Acre the School and AuburndaleHigh
permanently on this (I. kM ef foralni cemplete and will 'be announced ture'a Half "Acrou Jigh
Nora Mayo Hall wj potter FSC VagabondsPlan among the ipeakeri at the as- later. Wide Missouri" and "Mystery School Anchor Clubs provided FSC Citrus Club
-I polltf (III dealing with other
tome of her work has bean aual Chita at MiiaioBiry Aaembliei .. Like." the program for memo
reproduced Id a "Book of ,\inlnflueiM."loKi |la our by beet lnt.think r.B i, 2 Shows at the local Final H. served is motion picture here of the Pilot Club of Win To Hear Talk On
Knowledge" lUll lupplement. New NursesTo combat eervlc
( a Chrlauaa Church Feb. 51LThis cameraman on ter Haven their sponsor last
She I If presently workIng |.Ins shout what this step or tb.t.tep For This WeekThe committee assists ia the with the U.S. Army Air Corps night at the Park Restaurant. Pest ControlW.
will do to lathe
on a display for the Chain our 'Image" development el literacy' programs fa North Africa Italy, Conic. Devotional was given by the
of MiuioBa. Tea title oCII, ties_ of the_ world, That Vagabond Playeri o. and the production II Prance and Austria in World Winter Haven Anchor chaplain, L. (Tommy) Thompson
scene ii "Christ Widcni Hopi word image his become a Florida Southern College will Christina literature la more Be FetedThe War II. He has written a wee Rhonda Wltt.Winter of Lake Alfred retired entomologist
tons", tad it will be diipliyed. horrid word. I entail of Marti stage two playi oa three sue than M countries, and .In 1It"t' Iy nature- column. "Naturalia Haven Anchors entertained will be the guest
in a popular downtown store 'in* Avenui'i Advertising Afut -e. cesslve nights this week to lag its iponiibiliti eoordla Afield'; for 22 yean in the Cln with singing speaker at a meeting of the
a Hootteninny, -
window in Winter Have for myself' |It we must b* open their annual "theater lathe ate the work of 49 Christian Winter Haven pilot Club cinnati Enquirer and has had> Citrus Club of Florida South.
Mri. BlUla Ritd.cn, mem roncirn.d about our (mice In round" repertoire. miisiea beards and igenclerelated hn announced that it will bold I many natural aclene. article The many Auburndale popular Anchors tongs. ern College at 7 p.m. Thursday,
berahip cb nnlQ, prcientod the eyes of the rest ef the 'The Glasi Menagerie," by to the National Coua i reception Thursday night .t published la such mignlnei a. pre-skit The group will meet in Room
world, i would nth that the the graduation of the 1163-44 eented a highly entertaining
two pew memberi W.b.. club Tennessee Williams, will be ill Natural History, "Outdoor 137 of the Polk Science Build.
of |loss;' fit Uacle Him \W that .f claaa of the Practical Nurses on parliamentary procedure.
who wer former members presented 01 Thursday and Frl The literary program 'la' Life, "Nature" and "Child ing. John Newbold Jr., a senior .
the Auburndale Bpw Club. I strong flour, self-respecting :' day Bights, and Henrik Ib..,', eludei literacy fimpilgni, the School recently concluded .t Life." First they demonstrated the from Crescent City, li
B, lid demanding !the Cement efetheri "A Houae" Winter Haven Hoipital. "wrong way" and then the president
They are Mrf. Elizabeth. Doli'i en Saturday; lupervliloB of highly ipeeti "Gone With the Wilderness of the club of
Wmlarai thu that ef I rich but The graduation wlU be held proper way
and Mri. Eageleen Bight. lied technicians and the pro will vividly show the beautand citrus .
PluL."both. of Auburndile. pilve old m.. wee mistakes for Curtail time fa f B.m. la the ductioa ef primers for adulU at Nra Mayo Hall and la wonders of the world 01 Winter Haven Anchors attending m.jon.Thompla.
Gums for the evening were affection the selfish desires of campus Fletcher Tbeiter, The production of literature scheduled to "begin at I pm nature with ipeciil emphasis were Emil Smytbe, president formerly on the
staff of the Citrus
M",.. Dickinson and Miss HeJ- MS friends and neighbors to let where reservations may bi Uoludci the trilnlag of writer The reception ii aa annual on the fascinating InterreUlonships ; Bonnie Westbrook, recording Experiment.
ep yttf ardin. hold el his money.I made by tailing SIKH.. Admiasion ., editors, publlshert and dlitributori affair ef the Community Service of ill living things secretary; Miry DUg Station lad, chow discuss peat control
Mine Evelyn Hughes, preal- might add that ono cpmitderitlon ( ii $1 for adults |od M aa well\ ai assisting Committee of the Pilot laalowskl has included sound corresponding secretary; Rhonda slides on grade
deoilanouieedi that the Wia ultimately' will piece cents for students ether Una In| the fiaaacial underwriting Club and la wader the direction effects and some time-laps' Witt chaplain; Zelli Scott defects.
tar:'Haven BPW Club brought the controveriy with Finama In those1 Florida Southern. .f ChrUtiig books sad ai('. of Mrs. Usa X. Smith com- photography with hit superb Ann Stephenson Mimi! McDuff Some students have Invited
from the Distrtet a more tolerable perspective. Glass mitt** chalrmaa. Donna growers and other members of
home the plaque "The MfPHerie" Ii (inei, ull-color film.Advince Mahaffey, and faculty
S muting, which washeld The time hat arrived when this ideal for 'la the round" drams Dr. Bovankerk 'Joined the Other memberi of the eommitue single admission advisor, Mra. Ray Bobbins. the citrus Industry to be their
; Sunday at the Highlander country roust give t aerleui allowing the acton unusual, tan After hiving served I. ire Miss Sally Ab .. are available at the Lake Wile Auburndale Anchors present guests it the meeting.
Restaurant Lake Wales. thought to sponsorship of a sea- freedom of method and expression. executive secretary for Eat nethy, Mrs. Mary Jo Elawlek Public Library at $1 for adult wen Sterna Glasscock president LONG VISIT
Uiaa H"|'ha alas announced level ship canal ro.. Central Asia and treasurer ol tilt Dr. Either Ingram Mri. Effie IIId 50 cents ton students The ; Jane Tyler; treasurer; BOURNEMOUTH England
that'a cuMt tram the Ckalael America. The Panama Canal The cast features Jlobb,. Board of World Missions .t the Bach Mri. Alice 1. Brown Ridge Audubon Society invite Patricia Hallman secretary; (UPI) Mrs. Elisabeth Bow-
2U4uume preatam wttt hath.1peaker Actually It obiolct*-IU 110-foot Price as Amanda Wingfleld, the Reformed Church In America Mr.. Eleanor Smith Mrs. E. everyone interested In the out- Nancy Beth James,
at the neat bus! locks will not permit passage I ,M. Campbell. and Mrs. Jack ShiryqMllarn ring, a widow wn granted an
I another Tom and Laura, JierSOB lie haa alto lerved aa OXMUUve of-doors to nee this outstind Sue Beagg Pat The- Injunction
Have HOtel 1 Carter. Assisting them will be by a court here .
ncf aneetiiic at the and diuKhter are pJiyn secretary .f the Japaa Iaternational lag program.' ridge, Mri. Albert
,acheduled for Feb. 19 at Iy Invited. Refre faculty and .
TM: p.... She urged ill members be served. The proceeds from Biihop. Mark Gockel lacist t ty Foundation and previous to ; and Mrf. R. 0. Bice. sponsor Mri.Glaucock. to leave her home.
to attend. this party will go to the club'sscholarship in the role. of Jim O'Con- that the Interboird Committe vlce-presldent, is well ai other Mri. Bewrlng laid her
III''. Gladys Birr announced fund TII>MI "'(1\1 l| per, the gentleman caller. for Chriitiia Work in Jipi members of the club. Central FairGrounds Mri.Lakeland Blanche pilots present were: daughter! eime to visit her for
find plan for the club'i IB- b.t ivailable at the door First staged in lirt Ibsea'i which coordinate the workln' The pilot Club also announced Work Mrs. Aileen the Christmas holidays la 1982
nual Peaaert Car Party U beheld Barr suggested this party "A Doll's H.u.." helped to relationship of the United it plus to present a Harrison and Mrs. Lola Belle and never left despite her

| at the Civic Center oa 'an effortless way to 111'1'// open the way for realism is Church of Christ la Jinn with 125 cash award to the outatand- Hlckerson. pleadings.
Jan U. The public .U cordiil. pedal ebllgattoni." the major factor of modern right North American'church' tog graduate. ReadyORLANDOExposition
_____- H '_ _' ._ drama by stripping the hero- ,.. Members of the Community.
ne'i conventional "doll house" Service Committee are planning '

type of marriage of all its ro- a apeelil entertainmenttrip Park OPENS NEXT WEEK
nantlcltm.Suaaa Social to a. Pierce Wood Memor111 I. rapidly shaping Into in exciting -
Uvlngstoa and Dan Twilight Hospital in Arcadia with show-place as the 1M
Adams Building Materials Wilson have the lead role members of the Winter Haven Central Florida Fair readied
Other! featured players include tigb School Band and the Jun for Its Feb. 24-29 run.

frank MilleD, Bonnie MicDuff Zone Created tee Red Cress they reported Another record breaking shows
1807 7th Street, S.w. William Fletcher, Bobbye Price trip la scheduled for Feb expected when daily crowd LOTS
and Kiye Smith. are expected to exceed last t

CY 34102 Director of the Vagabonds la MIAMI BEACH (UPI Asocial P.Ste Went' all-time high. Fair prei OR E
Mel Wootoa of Florida louth- twilight lone his bees Don S. Evans has much
era's drama department facul- created by the rapid change lathe Joseph'sMeeting to praise fair manager H. H. N '641
t y.FmA world Gov. Farris Bryant 'irrlih and his crew for inputting
1 aid Monday.In together what he say
i ipeecb to the United SetThe II the greatest fair in Its 12

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable AIM.i year
size/ EXTRA SAVINGS ,i a lion Bryant laid the problem Crews are designing and con .
trading! the exhibit Newly.
today Ii not intercontinental x
Holy Name Society of6t
missiles but "changing" condi painted buildlngi blend with !i
Joaeph'i Catholic Church M
I new exposition hall. Exhibiting
lions for which we ..r.lot pre.psred. ill announced that it will hold
." new scene are planned for na.
a meeting Thursday In Father
tonally-known Storybook Land
"If we would survive ai Mlvlduals Anderson Hall beginning at > .
with Ita rhyme
or si a nation we must i nursery
75 nticipiU and solve today theroblnll p.m.Several local professional and ehlldren'i barnyard
of tomorrow the with live anlmala.
1t men are scheduled to participate -
From the State 4H D.II'Jand
governor Hid, In a panel (ducussion on
Poultry Shows to the FlorIda *
he theme, ")fonl Conilderi- Beef Cattle Show from the

Union Finance lions of the Catholic 'Business Garden Onmp..." attractionio
lad Professional Man.
the Antique Car Show and
Sets Dividend Speakers will be Morton Han-. live entertainment the crowds Set Flor1cIo' yeoferf annual attractfonl New xhibttt,
lon attorney; Robert Huff, cltrua will thrill to such other attract- remodeled buildings! New ottracrionil See Women'i World

roses Thi directors of the Union man;obitetrlelan.and Dr. Richard J.O'Lear oni ii Children's Fantasy -oil new this year New (juried Art IK1bltion..l8ih
Finance Corp have declared Land. a must for tots. The annual Florida Electrical Exposition .. State and County
and period
the 102nd consecutive quarterly A will question follow the answer discussion.The nu Flying Circus, popular exhibits! Cattle, poultry and rabbit ihows..Interna' ;

dividend of 30 cents per general public Ii Invitedto aratroopera' jump tower boat lIonal Orchid Show...American Hibiscus Show. .. Florida

I shirt on the sin per cent Pr ittend. how, a special spectacular to International Center-.-... Special! exhibit: ; _.1. .in... .....I.T..I."glen.
1 fcrred Stock and six cent per be announced, and many other Audubon engravings of Florida birds and animals '
share en. both classes of com shows and attractioni.
mon itock. DeMolay Will School children will be admitted -

successful The year period his been of corporate mother Seat Officers from free 1 to opening 4 p.m.Business day. Feb. 24, 2 Big Weeks 2 Big Shows!

growth tad progrin Outitand Installation of officer of the .11. 4.t+
ing receivables reached I1T,> Haven Chapter Order of D. TaxJACKSONVILLE Hurrlrane Hell Drivers .b." ." J
NEW B6 STATION WAGON 000,000 by Dec. 31 representing Molly will be held on Sunday Thrill Slew RCA Championship/ RdoTh

12 per cent growth for the .t 11 p.m. la the Masonic Tern (UPI) An rtual.rry Murod'i Har.enlcati wildest show" the w.it.
pie Ave. A and Fourth ,lus-the Pert, Weyever Champion cowboys from" all :
year. before
...ot 8 now lawBrprlco Sevin additional efficia wire C.: Iberallie amendment tax deduction Congress for to 3hew.lOll fight bin st'+ewsl Takata over rough the nails will" be rldlna .
III howl tough Texas stock for the
WsfM (beam take notice! The new nore-rbr. added during 1MJ, four of which All mimbirs of It"j business trips and conventions r.k S, I, t, II, II big money. r.
the-nawy F.11 Station Wagon |u* solved| 'were la -Tean..... and three bodies and the pubUc ire received the full support of the IMC",'II, C.r Ault Plus 'In ptrMn
yew preblemsl C.". room' 20% nor of ItT. ia Georgia, making U In ill dually Invited to attend. Florida State Chamber of Cam l.n TV star ITONf IURKEI
located In growing" communities masts will be lerved. mace Modiy, ...,
| .| euble ht! KUt Three.lncb-lolIl.r ..\. ,
of Florida Georgia North Carolina ,
Wee end four poll springs give the ,.J3 anMy

,d|. la eamfort. Performaiutt Chaos a and. .omp.n Teall..e.Th. ,'. headquarters. vamlsI Nettf Metey Fer Carlifmei f"If. ... ,
s ..W au-eevs' UB-hp. EcoiuO-Way V-6
are located it 1801 South Church
4. ,,1,- f'V", mind you-IM I "jnhne") or a Ave., Tampa and the local of. : I II
lUtn Rockd-a with up to 280 h p.1 1 But s/ fire at 12t W Central Ave. la tiVi.1C3 10

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Someone Holland To Talk wr T" t r-;" Cancer Death

ForgotTo The Weather-Local State And National I I8W7

Pull Plug I At Battle Site F I Toll Rises In

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Orbit HaltedCAPE 9a : the Centennial of the Battle Polk County

b of Oluste. Florida's most i t-.t
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KENNEDY (UPI Important engagement of the it "l I The cancer death toll over i
Tired technicians today readied r War Between the States will .
f rM L M K: month period In Polk County
a glint Saturn super rocket for I be held Saturday afternoon .
was than deaths resulting
another Wednesday at
attempt COfA Feb 22, at 2 p.m.. at the battlefield I
orbiting the world's beavieitsatellite. '" from motor vehicle acci
0 e r j'0t located between Lake dents.
The boost 19 tons into City and Macclenny
ihot, to on High The Information Is given: In
orbit was halted Monday with way 90.
all but 100 minutes of the 11. 0COOIh the annual report of Florida
.." hl CO eJ U. S. Sen. Spessard Holland
hour countdown complete because Vital Statistics for 1W2. recently!
of "human error." will give the principal address released by the Florida State

Someone forgot to pull a plug Qa COOLBi CO40COOLEVI Highlight of the commemoration Board of Health
from a pipe feeding liquid oxygen N will be the presentation of Total number of deaths from

: to the 15.million pound COOL two pounder Napoleon cannons all causes in Polk County to

thrust first atage."There'a ; to replace the original tailed 1.814. of whom. 313 died
no question about It, r o y from cancer and 73 from motor
this was a human error" paid ; 6 ;I cannon which were given for vehicle accidents

Saturn Project Director Rocco the war effort during World According to statistics released

Petrone. "There can be iota 7 War II. I] by the Florida Division
takes. We're all human" JI1 I I/I"/ : r The cannon will be unveiledto office of the American Cancer
Petrone said the plug was ," "I', k/f p the I i Society total cancer deaths)
accompaniment of
placed in the 3.inch pipe lead- '; a rifle r throughout the have
E'O4J'[ :: I IUi" state continued
ing to the rocket from a ground '" .::;.J.I.t.., ..,.;.1 ", .' '" salute fired by a group of ten I I to Increase from 7,719 I
tank for a pressure test several : .'::; J ri' f s"t, AtlOryARY' men in dress uniform of the'' deaths in 1960 to 8,233 In 1961
\'ttJ ;
days ago. u Palmetto I and
.. .. Battery Orsngeburg, J814 in 1962.
should have been "
stopper South Carolina headed by Capt. I The county unit president Dr.
removed after the test but wa
R. V. Graham Jr. | John P Collins of Lakeland In
not Mrs. Katherine Finrgan Cook commenting on the statistical

shot Officials for two decided days to to delay give the the RAIN, SHOWERS AND SNOW-Rein ts foreceit for the Pacific Northwest end the of Atlanta great granddaughter report had ths \Ito sty: "We do
not wish to unduly
frighten or
northern of California with In the Appalachians of the Rockies end the Brig Gen. Joseph
launching crew a rest. They part snow parts commander of the alarm people with cancer dents
had been on the job since 11 eastern section of the Great Lakes end northeastern parts of the nation Cooler weather federate gao Forces Flne-I figures. We only want
will be an CONNECTICUT'S JUNIOR MISS Miti Robin Keis.ler everyoneto
p.m., EST Sunday.Employe is forecast for the Southern Plains end es far south as Georgia. Tempereture In the 40's ored guest and will ___ _._ Conn. ts -In the Mitt Cheer face up to facts and be aware
u of New Haven entry
end SO's ere forecast for the eastern Atlantic states with rein over most of Florida gun,. an and Informed about the disease
leader USA contest with a background of winning the ."
The Battle of Olustee
Enjoys Florida Zones LOCAL OUTIOOK the major Florida engagement was Connecticut Junior Mils title, first runner-up to Mils Con- We hope" that more and more
Scattered showers today becoming I TemperaturesBy in the Civil War. Federal necticut. Mm Kessler ts one of several entries made byUniversity people will get to know cancer's

Panhandle partly cloudy tonight 60'.. troops, driving west to separate of Maryland i 'Seven Danger Signals' and
Clear to partly cloudy and and tomorrow. High today that part of Florida from have regular complete medical
Getting Robbed rather cold today, tonight and Colder with winds low becoming tonight north-40'Variable ,. Press InternationalLow the Confederacy, retreated aftcc Deadline Near For Alien ReportAliens I c.heckupl. A great many more
a six-hour battle In what was might,: be saved if the disease Is
Wednesday. High today in the erly 15 to 20 miles per hour. Albuquerque ..... ..27 55 known to the Federals as the I have l less than one [ port forms are available at all diagnosed early and proper

MIAMI (UPD-Servlce) static 50's low tonight 34 to 40. Atlanta .. .......... 35 54 I Battle of Ocean Pond The defeat -j week remaining In which to file port offices for the convenience treatment Is given promptly.

employe Carl Wigley had a North Birmingham ....... 34 55 of the Union Army by the I their annual address report* as of non.citizens required to report Evidence of this Is the 1200.000
good laugh Monday night watchIng Partly cloudy through Another Beauty I Confederates preserved the Interior required by law. their addressee to the government Americans living and pronounced
Boston ....... ..,..
Wednesday. High today in SO's 32 41 : lines of supply from Florida Edward P. Ahrens district I II each January under a cured five years after
two :unmen struggle sway Colder with low In SO's tonight Chicago ......... ... I 29 and confined the Federal ( director, of the Immigration! provision of the Immigration I prompt and proper treatment
on foot with an ancient heavy Variable winds becoming northerly Cleveland ..... .....18 32 forcer to the coastal area. Naturalization Service said re-1 I and Nationality Act of 1952. was given."

cash register.The 15 to 20 miles per hour Enters ContestOne Denver ... ......i... 18 37 -

register contained a 50- today. Central Detroit .......... 16 31
cent roll of pennies.. The two
Scattered showers today becoming of the entries In the Miss Jacksonville .. ..... 47 59
robbers had overlooked j In
partly cloudy tonight Cheerleader) USA contest today Kansas City........ 15 39
Wlgley's pockets. and Wednesday. High today 60's. was' named the "prettiest un Los Angeles ...... 50 70 I&dbi 11
"They looked like a couple of Colder with low tonight 40's Miami . ... .... 68 80
ducks waddling away with that Variable winds becoming northerly married girl" on the Austin I Miami Beach .,.... 71 75 ,
heavy cash register," be cbor 15 to 20 miles per hour. Peay State College Twin Cities ,9 17
Southeast campus, a Mew Orleans ........43 81
Scattered showers today and I telegram from New York .. '........ 34 48
led.Winter tonight becoming partly cloudy Jefferson City. OrlandoPhiladelphia. ... ..., ... 52 71 of Winter Haven
Park Wednesday. High today 65 to Tenn, report ...... 33 47
75. Colder with low tonight 45 to the Winter I Phoenix ... ... ..52 asI
Art FestivalIs to 55. Variable winds becoming Haven New Raleigh ... .........38 64
northerly 15 to 20 miles Bureau. I St. Louis ...... 10 43
March 6-8 per hour tonight. She Is Miss San Francisco .. .... 49 57
I South Judy Griffin of Seattle ..,. ... ... .38 49
WINTER PARK The Win Widely scattered showers tonight 0' r'' Dover Tenn., a TampaWashington.. ..... .... 52 75
brunet .... ..
ler Park Sidewalk Arts Festl and Wednesday and In junior 35 13
Palm Beach Lake Okeechobeeand GRIFFIN with.b row n
val brochures for 1964 are in
35.22.35. NOW THE SCHOOL
the nail signalling the official Fort Myers area today. eyes 112 pounds '
beginning\ of registration for High today 75 to 80. Cooler Miss Griffin was homecoming SHERMAN Tex. (UPI-Dr) The Specialized Job Savings and Loan Association ,
1 hi* event. with low 55 to 65 tonight Southerly queen for Beta Club in her Cruce Stark currently president
AO Central Florida artist winds 10 to It miles per freshman year, homecoming of Kllgore Junior College
hour becoming northerly tonight sweetheart for Epsilon Club In was hired Monday as president
are invited to send in their
Keys I her sophomore year and homecoming (>f Grayson County Junior college {
registrations ai soon. as poss 'U (
I at an annual salary of
ble. Partly cloudy through princess for McReynold $12,750. I '. I
Display apace will be allot with widely scattered Hall this year.
ted on a first-come.first.served showers late tonight or Wed I She also reigned over the Valentine Now that the school has a { I

bssis. nesday. High today 80, low tonight Court in 1963 as Queen of president.should feeling build is school.atrong thatIt .,f, t I
The Festival will be held 65 to 70 Southerly winds Heartl.I a The Wca .
college l is still in the
March 6.8 with an expected 10 to 15 miles per hour becoming I
stage 'Ii' .
throng of over 50,000 spectators north to northeast JACKSON. Misi.-Dist. Atty I )
and over 600) artists and Wednesday. William Waller questioning 'I ,' .
craftsmen expected to exhibit prospective white jurors in the 1 H
Brochures may be obtainedby REYNOSA Mexico-Carmelo trial of the accused slayer of I
writing Mrs. Keith Johns Msrroquin a bullfighter known Negro civil rights leader Med i
Arts Original 3v3 Park Ave. as "El Suicidal" proud of kill- gar Evers: .hen enAswwaeMF &

North Winter Park Ing two bulls despite a severe "I'm not asking you to give .1
--- leg gore: up any convictions but during ocs
TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT "I guess I lived up to my the course of this trial can you ,
TO GO OUT TO THI MOVIES! nickname." lay aside your racial I views ,7e

..I Polk Citrus Trees Growing i'iE1YffUPobuulaNIfrv.'

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t olas.aa Last, Times Sh.ws. Today tram 2 -. Blooming In( Good Weather I PRlNTW6 ors rtc,6 ,A

.e4tr Most of Polk County's citrus have already applied It "If

I trees are on the verge of put- you've neglected your dormant If yeas did great amount af
ling forth new growth and time, you aauld i."". t* study.
nutritional better check
bloom according to County spray- you mora than likely aauld III.
Agent Jack McCown a few your trees now-they are not some a printing expert ,

ear warm days "could result in going to be dormant much longer
IrmM M tremendous growth activity" ," he ssld. Growers having
There la a chance of dam- trees which produced near-nor but whybother easiest '
WED. & THURS. sge from low temperatures for i mal crops this season will not way

the next several weeks, but until have the fertilizer problem face I
JANET VM 1 now trees have been in condition ing them that the grower has
LEIGH JOHNSON to withstand the coldest who had little or no crop.A there is I I
JHflLfY MASTHt nights so far. strong healthy tree will
WINTERS HYER Climatic conditions throughout carry more fruit to maturity
the season have heen good Although many ef our auatam.ara
than will an underfed weak
according to Larry Jackson asistant I one, Jackson pointed out. Therefore Jed are*f ml printing"pr.,."many an the atharaara tub. to save. l

?\ ;Mlwsves agent it might be wise for grow net Wa have alwaya' kallovod .
.. ., "W., "Cool but not too cold weather ers who reduced fall fertilizer cup customers ahauldapand
has kept trees dormant dur- applications to apply up to SO thalp, time ta their, kaotadvantaga
tog the critical months of Nov. per cent of their tree's requirements ana; I Itava thai.
ember, December and most of by the last of Feb printing warrlai' t. ti*. Wa hue
anuary. High soil moisture ruary to insure good tree vigor .,Iraa., etude, the bat wave BY MAIL!
combined with warm spring at time of fruit set Growers avaiiable. Wa know these, 'Individual ,.
anD bloom which looks like one ofthe who did fertilize last fall should paeullarltiaa and Itll..,,,.
Livers.laWALSTOHPHt most prolific seen for years,' also be reedy to to with their I emote.. the way they shouldIedividuuq
he said. ka u.od ta axprootmood
standard spring dosages.
iw 1 --'ri.-disastrous freeze of Dec- t or thaught. w* need
l "With continued favorable soil
h..1: time Moping' up with, and
ember, 1962 caused consider- moisture and temperature ton halplng" 1 oot, printing trends and
SUITE I .ble damage In many groves Jitrans, trees will be making e the lataat maters ../11.... w*
and many growers elected toot : flush and la full bloom beforewe ....1.11.. ,In printing, that not 1/6
put on a fall fertilizer sp- know it. Don't neglect tree eel', thus, but Nnaf you
HAVEN DALE plication. A number of growers fertility or disease and insect rally waded, you" Auld' ko.ama .
DRIVMMTHEATRE! who did fertilize in the fall used control at this critical time printing' seem, too. but EARN lOPer
fertilizer at a reduced rate. These two things should be paramount why spied the time when you) Annum
With the already, have the .,,,,... aftalaphana
"ready to go", in the citrus grower'amind ,
pre/seelenal prlntsre It
Lost Times Tonlre mOlt growers are ready to put if he Is looking for maxImum fingertip W* would"Ul' WHERE CURRENT RATE ;

-Adele. Ii* ftajliuMtlJACK on their fertilizer and spme production yields. like te be w"1' with yea cc YOUR MONEY CompoundedSemlAnnually
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today'sCommentary- TelevisionIn I The Lighter SideBy -I I

W. I. KYNERSON la'lt.r.PueM.V.er' Project Alert WEST thought flashed through

JOHN W RYNERSON. ..I.t... (. .h. Puell.her DICK International mind that perhaps the lye'

United Press cate would help support pry
P.111.1.4! dally (....p' Setgrey' > by th. Wlntr Haven By MAJOR AL LONG, USAR RaL Review WASHINGTON (UPI-Every) ," he Mid.

Puoliihino.; ; C... In*, 12* Jr.! Street, N.W. Winter Haven, FltrUi Ansiyst now and then the Library of "I didn't follow that up bu

By RICK DU BROW Congress invites me to come the end wt founded a drink
t.neral Mu. .. By PHIL NEWSOM
CHAM.ES eOSHOKN DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM ire hiding the world and be: United Fran InUmtUoail over to its place and tit at the club on the premises t
t'FI Foreign Newi AnilyitIn solution until
JACK IfAHAN 0 0 0 0 ........1... Hit' ., ... EXPLAINED .. ,.. Ueve that we should wake up HOLLYWOOD (UPI) By feet of a poet promised a unaccountably b
the smill African republicof blow whole
we 'Rlfhtoouiniss
up. coincident two of the molt
Ar. you confuted with tome I almost always go, for I "
Ghana It always his been un axaltetli a people but sin up.
PITIR J. SULLIVAN 0 0 0 0 Ad.ii.I.1. Ma|*' of the terms and deflnitions celebrated American broadcaalen
subjects It teacherthe
Is a reproach to any people.' have found that It gives me a Shiplro now
to lifetime Fres of the not-too-dlitant put,
healthy oppose
used today by some "-Billy Graham change of perspective Ordin University of Nebra
Edward R. Murrow and Arthur
NATIONAL Ident Kwime Nkrumih. Rtsdirs who Interested achy I spend my time in the which Is a rather prosaic th
of the learned membera of are
... 1 ..."lts. ,In*. 0 0 CM..,., III. end of this week It our Godfrey, in marking notable sitting the to be doing. Had
the gallery over for poet
By schools, colleges universities la a boy or girl In B college junctures In their ur.,.,.. press a

an..,..* .i f t.IJ Clan Mall Matter s."+. 4, IW it th. P... Off) will bt unhealthier still. and In books and migiilneirticlei I or university, might send them la their heyday of ridlo.till- heads This of week congressmen.the tt whose approached he Accardo might now that bt da p;
this article for careful
I. Wlnt, H..... H.fU. .. u..... .at .f Mar.h I. 117 This will bt the result of i ? If M, cheer up. A We reflection that vlilon fame tt CBS, there wr feet I lit via Karl Shapiro a laureate of the Cons Noitra
learned mm of God offers his cm assure you our better.
probably not two known
national referendum on a constitutional
explanation for one of the subjects article are lint by our readers voices In the station Now Mur. former consultant in poetry at
MEMIER AUDIT IURIAUOF amendment whose "Dialectical meterlallsm". to Women's Clubs and various the library who had returned to
{ row recuperating after the
rtmovil -
'1. I CIRCULATION: phrasing, seemingly driwa directly After you read his explanation civic orfanliatlona la many of a lung, hit steppeddown his old haunts to deliver a lecturt. > -Memories-

... from an article to the of the mentioned subject you states, and we are Informed it bead of the V.S. lnfor. .
1931 Soviet Constitution, will may then understand why manyof that the articles are being used mitlon Poets, it you know, ire il-
: Agency I post be took
; most universally mltun- 20 YEARS AGO
MIMIIR make Nkrumah'i Convention our youth art so mixed up la lectures and discussion it the of
Active. "", UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL People's party Ghsni's only In their thinking and what theyare groups. John request Preilden stand They like It that way.U Aviation Cadet Elbert A. I I

NATIONAL iOITOKIAL The United Prei It entitled. t* th* m. legal political party. mulling over today in manyof We think our editor Mr. .,- F. Kennedy. And Godfrey a poet suspects that someone ton ion of Mr. and Mrs. N
for ,.,wlt"'I** .( ill U.ll newa arlnl$ .. li being feted all round for la understanding him it makes
ASSOCIATION. be commended forgiving ,
la to
wind Institutions of learning
The voting will up on our for at
.d In hIs aewiaa.ar .i well *i til UP! hit soth year with CBS radio. him Layton reported
114 Newi Dlioetehel.ADVERTISING Friday, with the outcome predictable la all frankness, is It their both aides to any Issue. Well Dirvous.
ill iround. Ser Tex. Bomb.
the Injustice Big Spring,
In advance fault? This is fair and Just. We also I won't cH ShapIro

DEADLINI Since assuming power, firs! "A priest Will explaining the feel that the readera of the I ril tribute weeki CBS ago.TV while cooked witching! to of pretending that I understand School.

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENTily aa prime minister when Ghana 'jects "Dialectical materialism." News Chief should be the best mark Jackie up his poetry but I do 10 YEARS AGO
th* W.r4i I P.M. ..,.U. Day. If th. hack I P.M. ,,..I.u. Day became Independent In 19JT and to his parlihloneri'Suppose Informed of any city la Florida Glenon'i J5th anniversary feel that I understand his reasons Florida Citrus Mutual
lee.l N.+is.s. I P M. ,,,.i.u Day. Sunday Edition' Deadline. Friday later as president Nkrumih al. ," he slid, "a clean If not the natlon-ir you take In thaw business, Icouldn't for having become i poet. r
help but wonder why again conducting a crop aur"
Among things
Sunday ld> ._I P M. Thuridayt. M.nday. Edltl.n....1 P.M. FrldayiTueiday ready had consolidated his position man and a dirty man were do time to Winter read the Haven editorial News-Chief.pagesof the network wnn't planning iilmllir him Into this field were "a lack of Iti own to determine whe
Which the
Mltl.n-Naaii Satvrdayi' W.dneidey. Thu"..., and Friday. to the point of almost total each offered a bath. television i honor for of Interest in study" "bore.
ldltln_I P M. Twa Day I. Advance. dictatorship. .you aupDose would take it? I or not the crop estimate by
Godfrey. True he his appeared "self. "bad
dom pity, memo
Slnct December, he has "Tht dirty one, answered his US Department of Agrlcultwn
here and there
video and
on ory" and "fear of lightning and
Mtmbir Seutkern N... .. g.llihers Aiiealatle. listener
moved to the I
swiftly remove Wall low.
Street been congrituliteJ and "
Member Flerlde ,.... Anoil.Ho "Oh, no" said the priest. "The CBS dogs
last vestiges of legal opposition.
dUD ont took the bath because radio hn gone ill out-beciuiehe Oddly enough these are the S YEARS AGO

SUISCRIPTION RATES he was used to being still hn a show there But vary same things that causedme Attorneys for Florida CI
ly Carriar *r Mall Angered by a court's not- CBS television hit
Chatter yet to announce to become i newspaperman.
,.... $1110; ....th., ".10, I ", ..th.. M.tlt I ..th, $1.151 guilty verdict In the cine of clean and the other used to a big special Godfrey Mutual were drawing up a r

weeHy. II ...t.. SI.I. Caplan Dally i sinus Sunday. 10 ..nta.TELEPHONI two former cabinet members being dirty.Dialectical Now do material-you understand NEW YORK (UPI)-"An optimistic tribute to think him for put Shsplro who won the Pulitzer Increase membership concentrate plan which represe o

accused of treason, Nkrumah contribution!-which were plenty Prize ( in 1945 began
CY" ... I.lit! had hI. rubber.stamp Pirlla- lim'T general market atmosphere or poetry tlon on the commission.News .
The parishioners did not un his career at the age of 17 by
merE piss in amendment to dent and. And the priest reputed should prevail" says InventorS Gleison, of count, hid something stealing a rhyming dictionary

the criminal procedure act the question again "Now Research Co. : extra going for him. A From a high school 1 in Bal

A Thought For Today giving him the power to nullify who took the tath?" "By 'optimistic market at- floe cherub to his pals, he nevertheleu timore. In Bri

any verdict with which he dIs.agreed. They answered: The clean mosphere' we mean that the Investment wn making hn annual Had he stolen a hammer, he
threat to retire from his weekly presumably would have become

"Bt careful for nothing; but in everything by On New Year's Day he one."Oh no," said the priest. community views 1964 icrlei. But the tribute-plui a carpenter and the world CHIEF MISSES THIEF .

went the next step with the announcement The dirty one because bt needed as another excellent business a new $8 million contract plus would have lost a fine poet. AUDUBON, N.J. (UPI>-I

prayer and triplication (petition) with thanksgiving that he would have It." rear. Therefore there I. little the right to do shows from MIamI His poetic Instincts were fur lice Chief Louis Sipple

bt madt known unto Good." PhiL his Convention People's party And once again hli audience lestitation to commit private, next season If he wints ther sharpened by the depression spending a hard day at
Itt 4:6
your requettt declared the country's only legal shook their collective beads in Institutional, or pension funds helped loothe him. H.'. coming of the 1930s. Shapiro said school crossing Monday y

Complete commitment and absolute trust of God political organltation bewilderment and some annoyance to common stocks," the West b.ck. that was a fine time for him back at headquarters a t!

f\\ :4s the immunization from the tensions of anxiety.Dr. At the lime time, Cham's Coast advisory service adds. Godfrey, of course, Is not the because it kept him from get made off with two guns, ,
government controlled press "Well" began the priest once hot television figure he onctwn. ting a job. munition and Die lock from

Albert L. Carnett and radio was signalling i purge more. "A clean man and a Bregman, Commlagi A Co, Yet In his time, n enter- The next great inflenca Will Front door.LEA'ES .

I of "reictloniry" elements in the dirty one were each offered I pays "the probability of a serious tamer and pltehmin and ittrae- World War II. He served a a acompany

civil service, 'Judiciary police bath Now which would takeIt decline In the market Is ion, he did more for broadcait- clerk In the medical TEMPORARY JO)

News-Chief Editorials and army, and stepping up at- ?" not present but the risk of tern- log than It can ever do for him. corps and becamse "somethingof LONG BEACH, Calif. (U'

i tack on the United States and Someone offered an alternative orsry weakness following current He li the greatest uleimin an adept at goofing off to -A E. (Gus) Gram ret'

other Western "imperlilists." answer: "Both." upward action la higher ever to hit the airwaves but he write poem." Friday from the "tempor'ob :

In the following sweep up, "No, no." said the priest. han any time since last Sap- also wn one of the first to For several years after the he took SI years ago
like it dismissed the chief Justlct "Neither would take it, because tember." spoof commerclili. war Shapiro edited a poetry I Grad, who joined the It
who had presided at the trea- magazine In Chicago. In that' Beach Marine Exchange
the: one Will already clean and Murrow It li said, may return -
** Like many, many millions of other Americans we lon trial, arrested two top po- the other preferred the dirt. Spear & Staff Inc. notes that to CBS. In the field of capacity, his main job Will to May of 1927 In a temper

ire unalterably opposed to this pay hike of 50 per cent ice officials and fired others, Now, for the last time which 'while' the President can be news, he too hit given more to find enough money to keep it position aa a lookout, most 1

[that members of Congress want to give themselves. The and took Into custody the man man would take the bath?" expected to crack down en broadcasting thin it cm ever afloat. cently hid been assistant ml.
who had opposed him in the "Neither," came another al-- across-the.board price hikes, give to him. His pioneering and "Once I passed Tony Accar- ager In charge of the look

first reason is based on our idea that this position was 1980 presidential elections. I ernatlvt-and final-answer. the feeling seems to be that he exercises of conscience ire beyond do on the street and the atatioa at nearby hit Pedro,

sever conceived as a job within itself-they have made At part of the csmpilgn 'You' ire wrong again." laid I. definitely not antl-builness." the compensations of the .

It that way in practice. The second reason we are op- against the United Elates the the priest. "Both would take radio and television Dullnesses.n ON YOUR TELEVISION DIA.I
Ghanaian times demanded the the bath because the cUin Colby & Co., Inc., siyi 'We his documentaries, his cameras -
roaeito it it that they aren't giving the people their expulsion ot U. .. Peace Corpaworkers stan Ukei to bathe and the look lor no more than minor focused on subjects ind

ofley'a worth. In Ghana, branding dirty one needed to. Now do corrective Influences over the never flinched or whitewashed WTYT."f

;; you've ever spent much time around Washington them as ",p//". and meddler.." you understand' 'dialectical m.terl.IIm'1" .- very near term and would continue It would be a hippy occasion I Ch.Rle-"I Ch..1 WPLA-TY I Ch..1 WFTY-TY, Che.eel. 1 5

There Is strong suspicion/ that the policy of adding selected to hive him rested up In time en NIC A50 CIIOrlaade ,
begin to realize that the work week for a greater
You Marxist Nkrumih I. moving "How can we understsnd
Issues to underboughtstock for the election story liter this hIlI' 0'1..... lamps
hare of our members of Congress is from Tuesday loser to communism as he when you give us a different portfolios." year Whenever he returns, televlson -

through Thursday noon. This obviously means that instead he moves further from the answer every" time?" asked the will be that much better Tuesday NIGHT January I
United States
thin while he li
of attending to our business they are attending to The suplcion achieves added "Ah" uld the priest, that li away
4:09-Naws Nina, Sp.m, N..., W,.+la, Pulse NtwtVH.Urlal.
their business four days out of the week and possiblyours Importance with the realization 'dlilectieal materialism End I Almanac The Channel Swim A Mexlcin t:II-Sp.rt., Wlhar Wtathar Spin '.1.* ItacalAIC

three days out of the week. Then take a look at that Nkrumah'i ambition Is to quote (The Tablet). "Amerlcin student accu tai t:10-CIS Nawa NIC NtwlMS N... CIS News
lead the African unity move- Quote: "What concerns me teacher of prejudice NBC.W. : -CIS News NIC N... C'"ras. Rapcrl CIS News
the roll calls. You'll find Conit'e man James A. Haley ment. His chances are not entirely I. not so much the number of I By Vnlted Pres International on -
"Mr. Novak" Feb. 11 7:00-A"., +ar.s It Award. Thaatr The It...., SurfiMa i
casting his vote over 95 per cent of the time and Charles discounted. Nkrumah'i disuse Communists In the United Today I. Tuesday Jaa. 21 England's Dirk Bogirde costsri Tilt- Paradise. Award. Thaafr.7iJ& Tka Kabal SurfiUa,. 4Stirfilda

Bennett only missed one vote in 14 years. Comparethat minister baa described Staten, is the number of people the 28th day of 1M4 with S3! toollow. with Julie Harris March II In : -Adv.nturti h Award. Theatre Cambat 4
him this who though opposed to Communism 7i41Pardiae. Award. Tliaatr
wayl'Kwame the nme network's remake of C'Mltat Surhid 4I
with some of the eastern members with only II to Africa today echo the Communist The moon I li full. the Emmy-winning play "Little

about 40 to 50 per cent. As with so many things in what Lenin was to the Soviet line. Marxism isys, 'There Is The evening stars are Venus Moon of Albin." :00-Had St.llon Award Thaatr Camb.t Itad Sk.t+.1"
Had .. .
I II- Sk.lt.n Award. Thaatr C. ". Old Skallan" ,
this day and age, the old motto of the "public bedamned" Union In 1917." no God; mm doesn't matter; and Jupiter Carol Burnett will appear on I:I -Itad S1.ItoAward Theatre McHala's Navy It... Sltlt."%
into there is no heaven and there On this day In history: three of every four shows of a I.41-K.d SkaIte Award Thaatr McHala'a Navy Red SkalW
find carried the halls of Congress. '
we I. hell. There are millions
THAT CERTAIN FEELING no Ia 1171, the first commercial new weekly revue series scheduled

And they want 60 percent more pay for the poor job NEW YORK (UPI) When of Americana, though they would telephone switchboard was put for CBS-TV this fill f t::11Ju..tl.00-fettieeet.. Richard Show l.on. Greatait On ler.li Show Petticoat Junatfo f 5)
loud who be- : vt
they do.Leave, an Broadway revival of a not aay it out Marxist Into operation at New Haven, Tentatively titled "The Enter. :JO-Jaclt lanny Richer.1. leone ,"".1... Skew Jaali lenny.
MOil Hart and George S. Kauf icve In the philosophyof Conn. liners the ,.
series would bean :4s-J..h: ny Sh.. On tarth Jack lenny
man play opens tonight one ofthe DIALECTICAL MATERIAL.ISM. In 1915 Congress passed lei. hour each outing and fes- ---- --.-_ C
Well Enough Alone featured actors, Ted Tin- U la echoed In our unlversities station creating the U.S. Coast lure bigittr talent CBS 10:00-worry Moor Tolephen. Hour Th* Fugitive; Garry Moors
I1n", will play his part with ; It is heard la discussion Guard. says (Oil: -Garry Moor Telephone Hour Tha Fgfltlv Carry Moor
.On Feb.
21 the
network ..
and ont can 10:It- Garry Moor Telo.hon Hour The Fufitlv Carry "Moon
of Polk that certain feeling. groups la 1122, the roof of Washing- will broadcast list yeir'i "Ci- 1041_Carry Moor Telephen. Hour Th.
The laws County specify that liquor establishments Ever since he landed a part bear it in private convirs ton' Knickerbocker Theater : Fualtlve Garry Moors
rol ac: Company" special that
close their bar at midnight Saturday In the lion. God Is being questionedby I 11 Nawa NewrP;: ;:Tw
play his home Will bur. collapsed under the weight of 29 starred Mill Burnett and Robert :00- r Newilmo Newi. SporhII
night and stay closed until Monday morning. This lirlzed, he lost his first many people today They Inches of snow, killing IS persons Preston. I :II-SporH. Wine T.nleht Shew Iterl.l Wfh.r Wth.r, I'toi
week's salary to a subway are secularist and materialist. who I lliIO I -Theetr* *( Tenlaht Show Leto Show aTtN '"....
were witching a comedy
should be enforced. Since the Daily News-Chief waa pickpocket, his pet dog disap- Perhaps It la the cynicism film. I FALSE ALARM I Ili4t- shaSta.. Tenlar.ttr.ew late Show ITth ProclneJ

the ONLY In Polk county supporting the wet and his Infant brought on by a century of
paper peared daughter la 1945, a convoy of Amerl- WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (UPI)
world. Or it I MORNING 2
In the Wednesday
cause, we feel we can make a point that should take received severe burn. bloodletting of the can Army trucks crossed the -An excited telephone caller January ,
be the
tome careful consideration-you in this business are The a Life name Time.of the" play: "OnceIn may scientific revival which tends iurma-Chmase frontier, open- told the police dispatcher Monty 7:00.-0.11.: Today. Sh.., G..4D.y
tag the famous Burma Road
doing fine, so don't get hoggish. Abide by the rules anddon't to REJECT ANYTHING THAT now night that the two men 7:11- Alphab.0 Taday. Sh.., Nwi Ged. Day
CANNOT BE STUDIED IN A from India. were burglarizing the Parker 7lo-AI..u.: T.e/., Shew MIsU E"... Goad. D.y I
ask for exemptions or you may find that the people RADIO. TEST TUBE or It may be Squire Stite Bank. 7,4I-'t..... N... T.e/." Sh.w Mi.hl. Evans 6.... Oy
will close in the A thought for the day-Amercaa Bank President C. B. Johnson
everything county a long and the driveto
up lack of morals
writer Henry Brooks notified and the bank IOo-c.t.l.: Tday Show Mickli ..... C.steh,
period of time.DAILY 'live it up.' Whatever it I., Adams said "Chaos often wn unrounded. was :11- Ku'.... T.e/., Show Nick; loans Kengar..
It Is a dangerous: trend. once : lo-c.t.l.: T...., Show CrtunnIlle Captain I
WINT But to offset this there Is, ireeds" life, when order breeds The "robberi" turned out toe :41-: Kanarne Taday Shew Cartnvllla Kenger..

CROSSWORDACROSS on the other hand, a revival of habit > two janitors Oo-A..I.: T.e/.,'. I.4.vla E'rslse! Moon''.. M..

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. Tuesday January 28. l4 Peg 5 Gardening In Florida

Wedding Plans


Spray Azaleas When Early

Of Miss Swift

Varieties Begin To Show ColorSome

Are Announced
folks say that pedal-pushers are garments that bring out natural beau

14 Plane are being announcedfor ty. So take this tip and begin pushing for azalea petals if you want to adorn

with natural beauty.The .
the approaching marriageof your garden
freeze earlier this
v Miss Helen Swift
Mary month have cut short ed In January rose bushes two weeks from now until
of Dr. and Mn. L. may
daughter ky OlUIC CU.O the supply of petals. Therefore will not sprout generally un. warm weather and you'll
W and John StanleyBlack
to display the Ill after frost dangers are spread your flowering seasonof
plan now
ion of Dr. Stanley A. petals that did survive by past. Planted earlier rose the stemmed) blossom

Black of Aberdeen, Scotland Chapter Supper azalea flower-ipot B to treat the
preventing aprouts may get nipped during sure form
Th. wedding will take pine This beaty-killmg fungus can periods of low tempera. before planting to prevent dls-
at four p.m. this Saturday afternoon reduce a magnificent displayof ease Treat corm by (hiking .
.l la St. Paul'i Episcopal Highlighted By AuctionEverything blossoms into a slimy tures. them in a paper bag containing .
Church with the Rer. mush almost overnight.The ; Water newly planted ro.tlat Spergo
'. first sign of the disease least once per week if Dooryard citrus growers
Cyril N. Sturrup officiating.The from soup to rocking horses was Introduced la small water-soaked rainfall is short ind be readyto should inspect tree for red

5f bride will be given in Saturday evening when members of XI Gamma spots on the flower petals spray or dust to control epiders purple and six-spotted
marriage by her father and aaya Dr. R. S. Mullln, pathologist mites and other Insects durIng -
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and their black spot disease as loon as
Mn. John C. Wells Jr. will with the Agricultural cool dry weather. For control
be matron of honor. Mill guests held a Flea Market Auction at the Woman's Extension Service. Then, a the bushes sprout.To the standby remedy Is

I'\. .,. Margaret Swift, will be bridesmaid Club on Lake Howard Drive. day later the blossoms collapse control this fungus disease DN spray-one teaspoon to
Into a mast of slime. that shows black a gallon of water. The clerk
I for her sister up at
There were bargains( galore Guests included Mr. and
<\ !'It a > ,. Dr. Black will serve at belt You can prevent the fungus leaf at the garden center may
ct' and many items that Mrs. Jack Jones Mr. and on rose margins
'1:) rt" \: blossomsthis have better
f t'r t man for his Ion and ushers weren't bargains which the Mrs. Walter Hailey, Mr. and from ravaging your try one ounce of Captan along a suggestion t
will be James Henry Swift group purchased anyway Mrs. Junior Kelley Mr. and spring with a spray program with a few drops of a wetting Sulfur spray four table-
and John C. Wells Jr. through the fast talking efforts Mrs. James Hadden Mr. and of thiram or ilneb. Begin agent, in four gallons of spoons per gallon of water

..j. ... A reception will b. held in of the two auctioneers, Mrs. Murray Gay Mr. and the spray applications water. Apply the spray at will kill rust mite and give
rr the Parish Hall. Bill Tharp and Lee Ellis Mrs. Framk King, Mr. and when the early varieties be. even-day I Intervals when you clean, bright fruit. However
No formal Invitations have Preceding the auction, asocial Mn. Ed Pabor Mr. and Mrs. gin to show color. Repeat black spot is present. if you believe that rus-
MR AND MRS. STEPHEN L AMBROSE been Issued, but all friends the spray three times a week set fruits are sweeter than
hour was held and a Ed McMahan, Mr. and Mrs. If you want gladioli for
I. of the family art cordially Invited covered dish supper was Richard Levier Mr. and Mrs. during color leason. Easter or Mother's Day, plant dean fruit, then delay the
to attend.Eutawah If you are thinking about spray application until you
Frazier AmbroseMr served. The Individual tables Gay Durrance. them by the last of January
buying tome camellias now It are lure that the fruits have
were centered with light- Plant groups of corm every
the time to select the var.Ifllfl the correct amount of Injury
ed candles encircled by ca
and Mrs. Stephen Lloyd dress with matching head. ClassThe mellias. you want-while they Italian Rye or other winter
pieces. She carried yellow car. Gypsy ThemeIs are In bloom. To ire the temporary grasses t planted .
Ambrose are making their The party was a combined Household HintsTo
nations. flowers at their Sunday best six weeks or two months
home at 3402 Avenue E, NW Perry Sones served as best Eutiwah Clan of Bey- project of the ways and mean Used For visit a camellia show and ago will need a little more

following their wedding trip to man and ushers were Dennis mer Memorial Methodist and social committees. make a list of the varietiesthat prevent clean clothes fertilizer now to keep grow
Key West. Frazier Howard Ambrose Jr. Church met Thursday at the Members and their husbands MYF Party"Madame strike your fancy. Then from being soiled by a dirty ing. Apply 10 to IS poundsof

The bride Is the former and Giles Van Duyne Jr. home of Mrs. B. E. Nelson attending were Mr. and It will be easier to make up iron, wash the cooled sole- fertilizer per 1,000 square
I Miss Linda Drucllla Frazier A reception was held in the with Mrs. D. W. Moreland Mrs. Elmo Hood, Mr. and Constsnce" crest your mind on whit to buy plate with a sudsy cloth and feet of lawn.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. church parlors where Mrs. giving the devotionalMrs. Mrs. Bill Tharp. Mr. and Mrs. ed much merriment when when yon visit the nursery. wipe dry
Frazier in William F. Corley accompanied Lee Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Now si the time for planting .
Norman L. Frailer and her Cloris was charge young people at the Dundee i
,husband ia the IOn of Mr. and of the brides's book. Assistingin the class memobers VanLiew Mr. and Mrs. or transplanting. Here area A new mop permits floor rFAMILY
on the auto.harp. Bill Melvin Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Youth Fellowship while down.
,Mrs. Howard Ambrose. hospitalities were Mrs. few pointer to remem mopping sitting ;
., The couple exchanged vows Ethel File and Mrs. John Assisting in hospitalities Harry Turner Mr. and Mrs. party on Friday night had ber. There Is a definite relationship No more stooping and Immersing
at eight p.m. on January 17th Faber. were Mrs. J. R. Peck and Bob Hart Mr. and Mra. Luther their fortunes told and acted between transplantIng hands in detergent water.
.? In Hope Presbyterian Church For her wedding trip, the Mrs. Moreland. Others attend T. Balliet, Mr. and Mrs. out their predicted fu. and pruning roots and Wringing Is done by pushing PLEASER1'gu..t.
with the Rev. W. H. Downey bride wore a winter white ing were Meidames John Bill Raiden, Mr. and Mrs. tures. tops-*ach should be done and pulling a plastic grip attached
officiating at the double-ring wool suit complemented by an Evans, Ed Faser, R. H.' Mot. Dean Marshall Mr. and Mn. A Gypsy theme was carried carefully. The root system of to handle. I
ceremony. orchid corsage. ainper Chester Mann JobsPhafipa Art Willie Mr. and Mrs. A. out in the evening of any plant should approximate ., tool 'I

Given In marriage by her Mrs. Ambrose Is a 1961 Arlie Wiglnton, Earle W. Kelso Jr., Dr and Mrs. fun at the church. the top la volume; therefore Baked sliced or pureed i Bright but
father, the bride wore a gown graduate of the Winter Haven Rabb, Lillian Martinson Van T. Burnette Mr. and The pastor Rev. Robert the tops of plants should sweet potatoes can be frozen tasting notharp.JCrttflfwwAlathe- .
Mef: white silk taffeta with a High School and is employedby Amelia Newland, Luella Mrs. John Brantley Jr., Dr. Standifer led the group in be reduced In most ruses. and left up to 12 months if I
i,beaded latin headpiece and State Farm Insurance Campbell Misses Elizabeth and Mrs. Ronald McKinnls songs a tiger hunt and games Conifers are the exception processed and stored correctly one that tftrybody like*-
.fingertip length veil of Illusion. Company.Mr. Tucker, Jeanette Harrisonand Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell during the evening. -they need not be pruned. reports the Alabama Extension kid and grown-up, too.It' I
She carried a bouquet of Ambrose was graduated Sue McCreight. Mr. and Mrs Paul Legg. Refreshments of cup cakes The bare-rooted plants are Service. I far and away the I

U white carnations on a white in 1959 from the local _IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIuuIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAround ; pretzels and punch were hardest to make live when favorltel! I
M Bible. high school and served in the served. shifted to a new location. Take the charm of your
.V Miss Pat Anthony of Haines Marine Corps. He is employedby = The Town f Those present were Jonella Balled and burlapped plants home with you. So promises
.|City was bridesmaid and wore Cork Crown and Seal in and Donald Wood Madelyn usually suffer very little in one fabric house that has developed .

..a.an olive green brocade sheath Bartow. and Gall Fobs, Deneie Hardy, the transplanting process and an individual line of
| Couple Exchanges Michigan Jonell and Sheila Justice it Is almost Impossible to handbags made from fabrics II
Tubby Robert and Cecil have anything but a green most often found on furniture I
I Mrs. Thornton Gives Program Etell Mary Alice Johnston thumb if you transplant a upholstery and drapes. 1
1 Mitchell I Ayers, Cherfl shrub from a pot or a can I
I I For Retirement Home Here | O'Neal, Bobby Livingston De- Regardless of the type of root The construction of a kitchen aaAn.rr ,
Kn. Lee; Damson" host- and possibilities today. Then acne Johnson, Charlotte system you plant, be sure to knife indicate quality, .
en at her home Thursday she brought out the role the Woods, William Drummond settle these undergroundparts better knives will have the "
fnigbt! when Beta Chi Chapter young mother can play in Mr. and Mr. C. A. Forburger decided to exchange Germalne King of Winter Haven with a soaking.good supply blade extended half or the
this evolutionary process. By Michigan for Florida after their retirement. the MYF Counciler of water full length of the handle and .
;of Beta Clgma Phi Sorority careful budgeting of time and They have recently moved here and have purchased a Miss Martha Ethrldge, and The planting schedule also will be fastened with two or re.ulvv.
field Its annual Beta Buddy planning, reading and cultural the pastor. Includes roses. When plant three good sized rivets.
Birthday:: party. pleasure can be enjoyed and home on Avenue G. NW.

t Mr*. Arthur Thornton pre- much of the planning must be
{tented the program entitled done by the wife she said. Mrs. Harry Booth left to- Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Clark
'"Literature and the Fine This can be of great credit day for Aberdeen Md. where have announced the engagement

'Arts". Mr. Thornton emphasized to an entire family and to she was called due to the of their daughter Lena
the fact that the young the entire nation. death of her brother FredL.
Pearl, to Phillip
n people of today are most for. Beta Buddy gifts were exchanged Brown. She is being accompanied Garrett of Loughman. Mr.
tunante to be living In an and refreshments by her sister Mrs.
Garrett Is an employee of ,
era of American history when were served. Louise Pitts, of Tampa.Mr. .
Hotly Hill Fruit Products Inc. ,. ,.,
wealth and lei- Members attending "
our nation has were
The wedding will be an eventof
lure time to enjoy the cultural Mesdames Tom Thayer Carl and Mrs. F. Charts early next month.
thing of life. In Suture Jackson Ed Threadgill, Bob Brlnton have arrived from

history we may be compared Windham Jack Cowan, Ma. their home In Boston Mass. An afternoon coffee partyat .
with the "Golden Age son Wines, Bill Brady Lea and plan to spend the remain. the home of Mr and Mr*.
of Greece" in that we may Dunson Roy Harmon Bill der of the winter season here Richard Campbell In Dundee
easily play a big part in developing Snyer Ed Wilson Dan Mann, honored Mr. and Mrs. John
the "Golden Ag of Scott Boland Bob Hill Bob Mr. and Mrs Harvey Pynee Soderlund of Miami, Mr. and NoMoney
American Culture." McKown Jeff Gaines Ed winter visitors here from Mrs. Harry Peel. of Benton
Mrs. Thornton traced the Pabor Lynn Mannix, Bob Michigan, have as their Harbor. Mich and Mrs. Ed
brief American cultural patterns Wolfe Bob Crittenden and guests, their son and daughter Rodberg, whose birthday was
showing their evolution Arthur Thornton. In law Mr. and Mrs.
a recent event. Others pre.Bent
Wayne Pynei. of Norfolk Va. were Mr. and Mrs.

I James Freeman Mr. and Mrs.Riedar ?
Hospital News Mrs. Anna Propit was' dismissed Chrlstopherson, Mrs.
yesterday from the
.a Morris Peterson Mrs. Dawn
Winter Haven Hospital where
MONDAY'S ADMISSIONS Aubnrndale Irvine and Mrs. Ruth Ne>un

Winter Haves Mrs. Alfred T. Dennis, Dan. several of Haines City.
? leI N. Albritton. Mrs. EverettA.
Miss Jennifer Ann Harper
Simmons William H. Wil Mr. and Mn. C. H. Hawthorns
Mrs. Julia M. Petschow, Mrs.David liamson.
have moved to Winter New Arrltah
Garrett Christopher C. Balnea
City Haven from their former
Toole, Mist Rosemary Anderson Master Michael Hudson home in West Palm Beach Mr and Mrs. Samuel P.

Mrs. Jack L. Jones, Mrs. Master Dale Williams, Roy and are residing on AvenueB Shaver are the parents of a
Samuel P. Shaver Mrs. Lee Collum, Theodore W. Alley NW son born at S.32: a.m. yesterday

Thomas R. Yon, P. M. Sims, Mrs. Henry Browning. in the Winter Haven This often happens after the Holidays ink
Hospital. The baby
The Rev and Mn. Lee> weighed
Coy Melvin, Mrs. Louisa G. MONDAY'S DISMISSALS Duncan are here from Ann in at aeven pounds and seven when the Holiday bills came rolling In. The answer ',:.
,Wagoner Steve Kostrick J. Arbor Mich for a winter ounces. ....
I D. Laird, Wilbur F. Herman Winter Haven holiday. to your problem could be an EXCHANGE NA. .:
*> Mrs. James T. Goff, Mrs. Mrs. Billy Joe Anderson A son, weighing six pounds ,y ,
Scott L. Hedden Miles F. Mrs. Georgia Branaman, Miss fifteen and a half ounces, was 1. TIONAL Personal Loan
Storm Mrs. Lester Wood Jr. Donna D. Fowler Mrs. Anna Mile F. Storm was admitted born at 10:21: a.m. yesterday ,
-- W Propel Mrs. E. Hugh yesterday to the Winter in the local hospital to Mr. .
Sweet Master Donald A. Haven Hospital sad Mn. Thomas B. Yen See us this week and w.'U sat you up with a Per.

Turner. Anburndale Mrs. Jainlta Phillips of A six pound, fourteen ounce icnal Loan lust right for your needs your ;
:lESTIG Silva N. C. visited here recently daughter was born at tar:
Master James H. Arndt with her brother.law p.m. yesterday in the local budget
Mrs. W. R. Crowell Mrs. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fat hospital to Mr. and Mr*. Jack
Frank P. Paris and Infant son, Jackson. L. Jones.
Mrs. Clayton H. Splvey.

l<: THIS EMBLEM .: Davenport Mr. and Mr* Joe Willie FAST FRIENDLY LOAN SERVICE
,- Baby Vicky L. Atkins.Eagle and family are newcomers to '

; : Lake Winter Haven. They moved
Master James T. Cooper. here from their former home

.: ::. Mrs. Brian Lake W.Wales Daniels and in Jacksonville. 1I cp'kbIg'iItlt : :J;

.. infant daughter. Mis Kathy Keith win present ",, 'I,1 ,
Lake Alfred a program slides .
I. which she took in Pakistanfor
Identifies your : Manuel R. Hunter.
: Lakeland the Brownie and Junior "Tht Bank Yea Can Always Depend
Girl Scout Troops of the Cypress -
i il
: WELCOME WAGON Master Charles H. Lyle IL Neighborhood tomorrow QUALITY IUILT On"i

afternoon at the parlors of

SPONSORS i One hand! on the supermarket the First Presbyterian Church Sun Acres
cart and the other on a at 1.43.:
'. : handy little ".ummln, up" device SU1URIAN HOMES
| feme ef pwtlg I. the might do wonders for Mr. and Mrs. Walter 8tv LIFETIME MATERIAL B
busmen aBdivUUfeffetbfonaatloa.ea : the family budget The ban er have arrived from Illinois xchanger
; par .--lIIIit,. : sired counter totals up your for a visit of several weeks
: purchases as you shop. The here. They plan to return e LOW MONTHLY ,
: device totals purchases up to nut fall and take up per. INSTALLMENTS.
$20. manent residence. NATIONAL
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January 28,191

Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- TelevisionIn I The Lighter i.d.e-I: I

W. E. RYNtRSON. Ult.r-iublth.r Project AlertBy By DICK WEST thought tasked through
JOHN W. RYNtRSON. Aulit.nt. t. the Pu.llike'. mind that perhaps the ay
United Press International sate would help support -

Published. d.ily (.,s.pl S.turd.yl' ky the WI..... H.v.n Commentary MAJOR AL LONQ USAR R.L ReviewBy WASHINGTON (UPI-Every) ry." ht aald.

,.IIII.hi.., C... Inc., 114 Ire! Street, N.W, Winter Ha,.,, Florid AnaJr' now and then the Library of "I didn't follow that up bu
RICK DU BROW Congress Invites me to come the end wt founded I drink

GOSHORNG.n.r.l Mu.,."' By PHIL NEWSOM DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM art leading the world, and b*.' United FKII Interactional over to Its place and lit at the club on the solution premises until
t'PI Foreign New. Analyst promised
JACK IIAHAN Aii.d.t. Utter .. EXPLAINED ... ... llevt that we should wake up HOLLYWOOD (UPI By feet of I poet whole thing unaccountably b
la the small African republic before we blow 'Righteous of the most
Are you confused with soms up. coincidence, two I almost always go, for 1 "

mu J. SULLIVAN Avr! .llnf Mu.,.". of Ghana It always has been unhealthy of the subjects, terms and deflnltlons ness exslteth i people but sin' celebrated American oroadcaal have found that It gives me ichsngi up.Shapiro li now t teacher
Is to people I
i reproach
any of the not-too-dlatant put
to oppose lifetime Prei ere of perspective. Ordinarily the University of JJebra
used today by "
soms Graham.
-Billy Edward R. Murrow and Arthur
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE ident Kwsme Mkrumah. I spend my time In the which is a rather prosaic th

$h.,.." 1 Auc.t! ., I... CM*f*, III. By the end of this week, 11 of schools the learned, colleges members, universities of our, In Readers a boy or who girl art In Interest i collegeor Godfrey Juncture, are In their marking cart notable ri.la I press gallery titling .over the for a poet to Accardo bt doing.that Had da

.. im Id ..Offt! will be unhealthier still. and In books and magazine university, might lend them I their heyday of radio-tele. heads of congressmen.This approached bt
Inter.** II S.coid Gifts Mill M. .. Sept. 4, at week the post at whose Chicago, ht might now
I In Wlnt.f H.v.n, Fl.,..... ...... act .l Marsh 1, IW This will be the result of a articles? U so, cheer up. A this We article for careful reflection that our vlilon lime at CBS, there. were feet I ut was Karl Shapiro, i laureate of the Cosa Nostr
learned man of God offers his can assure you probably not two better known
national referendum on a eon former consultant In poetry at
explanation for ont of the subjects articles art lint by our read voices In the nation. Now Mur

l r \ MEMIER AUDIT IUMAU atitutlonal amendment whose Dialectical meteriallsm". an to Women's Clubs and var. I, row recuperating after the removal his the old library haunts who to had deliver returned I lee.turt. to.

phrasing, seemingly drawn dl.1 After you read his explanation kmi civic organizations In many] of a lung, has stepped -Memories

:.... Of CIRCULATIONS rectly from an article to the I of the mentioned subject, you states, and we are informed down at head of the U.S. Infor know, art almost .
Soviet Constitution, will then understand that the articles Ire being used Poets ii you
1938 I may why manyof nation Agency a peat he took universally 1 mlsun- 20 YEARS AGO
MIMIIR make Nkrumah'i Convention our youth mixed in lectures and discussion
are to
upIn at the request of President
C Actlv M.", *.. UNITID PRESS INTERNATIONAL People'a party China'i only' their thinking and what they groups.We John F. Kennedy. And Godfrey stood They like it that way Aviation Cadet Elbert A. I
EDITORIAL United Pr. I U .Mltld .. the If a poet suspects that someone and Mra. N
NATIONAL The i mi legal political party. i art mulling ever today In manyof think our editor Mr. Ry- I U feted all around for I ton son of Mr.
for ,. "..1111 of all l| loc.l print. being Is understanding him, It makes
commended forgiving
ASSOCIATION The voting will wind up on I our Institutions of Itarnlnf nerson is to bt hit 30th with CBS radio. Layton reported for duty at
will all UP! year
.4 i In lbla newip.ptr II as him narvoua.
M.4 NIWI Dlip.tck. Friday, with the outcome predictable i In all frankness, la It their both sides to any Issue. Well almost all around. Be*. I I won't do Shapiro the Injustice Big Spring, Tex. Bomba
advance. fault? This la fair and 'Just. Wt also
In I
weeks while
I eral no, witching of pretending that I un- School
first "A priest was explaining theeats feel that the readers of the I
AOVIRTISINft DIADLINI Since assuming power, a tribute CBS.TV cooked up to deratand his poetry, but I do YEARS AGO
I Chief should bt the best 10
"Dialectical News
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT ii prime minister when Ghana mark Jackie Gleaion'a 35th annlvenary .
ly the Werdi I P M. Pr.yl.ui D.,. ly the tech I P M. Preview D.,. became Independent in 19ST and his parishionere."Suppose! I informed of any city In Florida In ahow business, 1 I feel that I understand his reasons Florida Citrus Mutual

Le.1 l Ntiit I.P M. ..i.., D.,. Sundty 1..ltlu D..dlnu! rldy later at president, Nkrumah already ," ha said "a cleat if not the nation-If- you take couldn't help but wonder why Among for having the things become that a poet.led again conducting a crop aut

DISPLAY Sund.y. DEPARTMENT ld'tln' -I P M. Thurtd.yt M*.dy Idltl.n-I P M. Prld.yi bad consolidated his position each man offered and t dirty bath.man Which war do of time the to Winter read Haven the editorial Newa-Chief.pages the network wnn't planning a him into this field were "a lackof of iti own to determine whe

Tu.id.y. Idltlen' -Neon S.tiird.yi, Wedneid.y. Tkund.y mi Friday to the point of almost total i similar television honor for interest in study," "bore or not the crop estimate by
Edition.-I P M. Tw. Dy ,In A4..... dlctatorahlp. you suppose would" take it? Godfrey. True he has appeared dom" .elf-pity," 'bsd mem of A.rlcul
Since December, he has "The dirty one, answered his I here and there on video and ory" and 'fear of lightning and US Department

Mmbr S.utk.rn N.wip.p.r Puklliker, Atiocl.tl.n moved swiftly to remove the listeners."Oh Wall Street bern congratulated, and CBS dogs" was low.

M.mbu. florid. Prou Ano.l.tl.n lilt viitigei of legal opposi no" said the prleat "Tha radio ban gone all out-became Oddly enough these art the 9 YEARS AGO
clean took the bath bt-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES tion. ont he still hat a show there. But very same things that caused Attorneyi for Florida CI
bt used to being
I., Corrl.r Mill Angered by I court's not cause was Chatter CBS television has yet to announce mt to become a newspaperman Mutual wen drawing up i
and other used to
clean the
Y..,, III.10; 4 Piontn, ".10, I ....,ntk, fdtli I math, II.111: guilty verdict In the cane of Now do a big special Godfrey membership plan which c
w..Uy. II *...1.. ilujlt Coploi D.Hy. i ..nts| Sund.y 10 .ntt. two former cabinet members being dirty.'Dialectical materialIsm1 you understand NEW YORK (UPI)-"An optimistic tribute to thank him for past Shapiro who won the Pulitzer Increase concentrate represe

accused of treason Nkrumahhad contribution!-which were plenty. Prize for poetry in 1945, began lion on the commission.News .
TELIPHONICYprMiimi! hit rubber.stamp Parliament ? general market atmoa- his career at the age of 17 by

pan aa amendment to deratand.The parishioners And the did priest not un repeated I'he' ,. should prevail" says Inestort GleaMB, of eour.t, had iome- stealing a rhyming dictionaryFrom

the criminal procedure act Research Co. thing extra going for him. A a high school in Baltimore

A Thought For Today"B giving him the power to nullify who took the the question b.tM"again; "Now 'By 'optimistic market at- fine cherub to his pals, he nevertheleii In Bri
i any verdict with which he die was making his annual Had ha stolen a hammer he
They answered: The mean that the In-
agreed nwphere we threats to retire from his weeky presumably' would have become
Year'i he ont. vestment community views 1964 and the world CHIEF MISSES THIEF
On New Day I aeriei. But the tribute-plui a carpenter
careful for nothing: but in everything bll! went the next step with the announcement "Oh no, said because the bt priest seed as another excellent business a new $8 million contract plus would have lost a fine poet. AUDUBON, N.J. UPI)-
The ont
prayer and supplication (petition) with thanksgiving that he would have ed It." year. Therefore, there II little the: right to do shows from Miami Hit poetic instincts were further lice Chief Louis Slpple

,. hi. Convention People's party And hli audience hesitation to commit private, next lesson If he wants sharpened by the depression spending I hard day at
lit your requests bt made known unto Good. Phil 4:6 declared the country's only legal shook their once collective beads In Institutional, or pension fundsto helped soothe him. H.'. coming of the 1930a. Shapiro said school crossing Monday fA

Complete commitment and absolute trust of God political organization.At bewilderment and aom annoy common stocks" the West back that was i fine time for him back at headquarters i t
the tame time, Ghana'a Coast advisory service adds. I Godfrey of course, la not the because It kept him from getting made off with two gum,
II :3s the Immunization from the tensions of anxiety.Dr. government controlled press ance."Will" began the priest once hot televialon figure he once a job. munition and the lock from

Albert L. Carnetti and radio was signalling a purgeof more. "A clean nan and I Bregman, Commlngi as Co., ''. Yet In his time, at enteralner The next great inflence was front door

"reactionary" elements In the dirty one were each offered i any' "the probability of i serious I and pitchman and attrition World War II. He served aa a
civil service, 'judiciary police bath. Now which would take decline In the market la he did mora for broadcasting company clerk In the medical LEAVES TEMPORARY J0|

and army and stepping up attach it?" not present but the risk of tem than It can ever do for him. corps and becamst "somethingof LONG BEACH, Calif. (U
i News-Chief EditorialsLike on the United States and Someone offered an alternative porary weakness following cur He la the greatest salesman sn adept at goofing off to -A E. (Gus) Gram ret

other Western "Imperialist" answer: "Both." rent upward action Is higher ever to hit the airwaves, but he writ. poems" Friday from the "temporal

In the following sweep up, "No, no." said the priest.' than: any time since last Sep also\ was one of the first to For several yean after the 'Job ht took 86 years ago
: Others he dismissed the chief Justice "Neither would take it, because tember." poof commercial. war, Shapiro edited a poetry Grid who joined the L

who had presided at the treason the ont was already clean and Murrow, It li said, may return magazine in Chicago. In that Beach Marine Exchange

*" Like many, many millions of other Americans we trial, arrested two top po- the other preferred the dirt. Spear & Staff, Inc. notes that to CBS. In the field of opacity, his main Job was to May of 1927 In a temper

Ire unalterably opposed to this pay hike of 50 per cent ice officials and fired other., I Now, for the last time which 'whilt the President can be news, he too has gives more to find afloat enough money to keep it cently position had aa been a lookout assistant, most m
and took Into custody the man man would take the bath expected to crack down en broadcasting than It can ever
that members of Congress want to give themselves. The "Once I passed Tony Accar- ager in charge of the look I
who had opposed him In the "Neither, came another alt croas-the board price hikes, give to him. His pioneering and
is based idea that this position was electioni. bt that he exercises do on the street and the station at nearby San Pedro,
first reason on our II 1960 presidential tern.tlve-.nd fln.l-an.wer. the feeling seems to of conscience are bet

t ver conceived as a job within itself-they have made Aa part of the campaign "You art wrong again" said I. definitely not antibusiness"Colby yond the compositions of the
against the United States, the the prltst. "Both would take radio and television businessesn ON DIA
\that in The second YOUR TELEVISION
way practice. reason we are op- Ghanaian times demanded the the bath, because the clean Co., Inc., says "Wt bit documentaries, his cam-
rat 4 to it it that they aren't ,giving the people their expulsion of U. B. Peace Corps man. likes to bathe and the look for no more than minor eras focused on subjects and

pioney* worth. workers In Ghana, branding dirty ont needed to. Now do corrective Influences ever the never flinched er whitewashed. WDIO.TY WLA.TY wm.TY WTYT.TY ...

If you've ever spent much time around Washington them: as "spies and meddlers" you understand 'dialectical ma very near term and would eonInue -. It would be i happy occasion 4 Cheeses I Cls..ail P Cheseet 1Ce5
i? There ,li strong suspicion that terialism' the policy of adding seeded to have him retted up in time WIG Ale CIS
you begin to realize that the work week for a greater Marxist Nkrumah la moving "How can wt understand issues to underbought for the election story later this Odesde Tempe OI.a" Tempe 1Chessel

share of our members! of Congress is from Tuesday closer to communism 11 he when you give ua a different stock portfolios." year Whenever he returns, telvlion -

through Thursday noon. This obviously means that instead he moves further from the answer every" time?" asked the will be that much bet Tuesday NIGHT January :
United States. parlahlonera. ter than while he la away
of attending to our business they are attending to The auplclon achieves added "Ah" said the priest, that la a,00-, Nsws N.ws. Sp.Mb N.wt, W.Hkee Puhe New.

their business four days! out< of the week and possiblyours importance with the realization "dialectical materialism." End AlmanacBy The Channel Swim A Mailan .:II-h.. W'ther Ws.thsr Edtisrtal Sp'ta Pula Moe

three days out of the week. Then take a look at hat Nkrumah'i ambition la to quote (The Tablet). .American student accusesa 1lo-cn, Newa NIC Ncws AIC Nsws cn New
"What :4S-CIS News NIC Nawe c' ... Rgert Cit News
lead the African unity move Quote: concerns mtli teacher of prejudice on NBC.TV' : "
the roll calls. You'll)] find Congressman! James A. Haley ment. His chances are not entirely not ao much the number of United Press International "Mr. Novak" Feb. 11 7Oo-A..n.. Ie Award. Theatre The Rebel" Sur/side 4

casting his vote over 95 per cent of the time and Charles discounted. Nkrumah'i de. Communists in the United Today I. Tuesday, Jan. 2t, England'i Dirk Bogarde costars 711 I- Paradise Award. Theatre The Rebel Suf.I" I

Bennett only missed one vote in 14 Comparethat fence minister has described States, as the number of people the 28th day of 19M with 131 to with Julie Harris March II in 7lo-A..y..uIII! Award Theatre Cembat Surf.leI. I
years. him this way who though opposed to Corn follow. the same network'a remake of 7145Paradioe Award Theatre Combat Suf.iel. I
with some of the eastern members with only munlam, echo the Communistline. The la full.
"Kwame la to Africa today moon the Emmy-winning play "Little
I:00-Red Sk.lUn Award n..... C*"'*.f Red Sksltee.
about 40 to 50 per cent. As with so many things in what Lenin wen to the Soviet Marxism says, "There la The evening atari are Venus Moon of Alban." I l It-R.d Sl.Uen Award Theatre C.mh.r h4 Sk.II.'

this day and age the old motto of the "public be Union In 1917." no God; man doean't matter; and Jupiter Carol Burnett win appear on I:10-Red. Skelten Award Theatre McH.I.'. Navy Red Skillet"
there la no heaven and there On this day In history: three of every four shows of anew 1,4I-R.. Helton Award Theatre McH.I.'s Nary >.d Sk.II'
damned" we find carried into the halls of Congress. THAT CERTAIN FEELING la no hell.' There art millionsof In 1171, the first commercial weekly series scheduled
00 ,... ... lUk.rd '. Cr.at.it Sh ""Ic..t aIJ
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would : .n. *
And they want 60 percent more pay for the poor job NEW YORK (UPI) When Americana, though they telephone switchboard was put for CBS.TV this fall .: Junction Slew O. Earth tfuntjTiajPi 17
they do.Leave. 1ft Broadway revival of a not say it out loud who be. Into operation at New Haven, Tentatively titled "The Enter f:J& Je.l Irony Richard Seen.J4lJ. Greatest Shaw J.tli leitny.
loss Hart and George S. Kauf line In the Marxist philosophyof Conn. liners," the series would bean :: :.,a Penny Sk.w On Earth Jack l.nny,
man play opens tonight one ofthe DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM. In 1913 Congress passed leg- hour each outing and feature ---- ,
featured actors Ted Tin. It la echoed In our universities slatlon creating the U.S. Coast 9:00-ft.rry Meere Tele.k.ne H.ur The Fufitiv Gerry Mae*
big star talent CBS
Well Enough Alone it is heard la discussion nays 911: -Gerry M.... Tclepk.n. Heur The Fultv! terry M....
hog, will play his part with ; and ont can Guard.In On lab 2S, the network 10:3*-ft.rry M.... T.le.k.n.. th.ee The Fugitloe Gerry M....
that certain feeling. groups, 1822, the roof of Washing- will broadcast last year'i "Ca- 10:45-Gerry: Meer. Tele' 'k.n. Hear The Fuejtlv. Garry Motes
The laws of Polk County ipecify that liquor establishments conversa
It in private
Ever since he landed a part hear on'i Knickerbocker Theater rol Company" special that
close their bars at midnight Saturday In the play hia home waa bur tion. God Is being questionedby collapsed under the weight of 29 tarred Mist.Burnett and Rob. I I :00-New, Newrs ', WI N.wtlin News Seer
larized, he lost hia fintwffk' many people today. They inches of snow, killing K persons art Preston. Hill-Sport,. W'tker Tonight SKow E'torl.l Wth.r Wtker,
and closed until Monday morning. This
night stay
I 11,10, .f L.to Skew
are secularist! and materialist. -Tke.tr. TonlokrSkow 17th Pr.*>nh4S '
salary to a subway who watching I
should be enforced. Since the Daily News-Chief was pickpocket, his pet dog diaappeared Perhaps it ia the cynicism film. were comedy I FALSE ALARM I I the Slam Unl.kr Show Late Skew 17th '..cln"

the ONLY paper in Polk county supporting the wet and his Infant daughter brought on by t century of In 1941, a convoy of American WICHITA FALLS, Tex. (UPI) MORNING
in the world. Or ttmay Wednesday January I
received severe burn. trucks crossed the
cause we feel we can make a point that should take I. be the eide-effect of the -An excited telephone caller ..
of the "OnceIn .
name play: Burma Chinese frontier
apes.tog told the police dispatcher Mousy
some careful consideration-you in this business are a Life Time." scientific revival which tendsto the famous Burma Road 7:00-0p..I1... Today Shaw Geed Day
now night that the two men
doing fine, so don't get hoggish. Abide by the rules and CANNOT REJECT BE ANYTHING STUDIED THAT IN A from India. were burglarizing the Parker 7:11-7,10-.1.Alphabet... Toel.y Teday. Shew Shaw New Mtskie. Evans Geed Geed Day Day

don't ask for exemptions or you may find that the people i RADIO. TEST TUBE, or It may bt Square State Bank. 7,41-'I..n., N.we Teday Skew Mickie Erns Geed. Day
I A thought for the day-Amtr- Bank President C. B. Johnson
will close up everything in the county for a long lack of morals and the drive Ices writer Henry Brooks was notified and the bank wnurrounded. IOO-C.pl.l": tel.y Skew Mickie Evens Captain

period of time.DAILY to 'live it up.' Whatever It Is, : Adams once said: "Chaos often ':11lC.nI'" Teday Skew Mickie E.... Kane.re.1:10Ceptale I I
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MINT it But Is a to dangerous offset this there Is, breeds life, when order breeds The "robbers" turned out to 1,41-, Kanuee Teday She,. Cart.envllle. IC...,....

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Tuesday, January IS, 1964 Page S Cardening In Honda

Wedding Plans --- -

Spray Azaleas When Early

Of Miss Swift

Varieties Begin To Show ColorSome

Are Announced
folks say that pedal-pushers are garments that bring out natural beau.

ty. So, take this tip and begin pushing for azalea petals if you want to adorn
Plant are being announcedfor
your garden with natural beauty.
the approaching marriage
The freeze earlier this
Y + of Miss Mary Helen Swift month have cut short ed In January, rose bushel two web from now until

daughter of Dr. and Mri. L. U't.41 by BlLUC CLUJ the supply may of prtali. Therefore will Dot sprout generally until warm weather and you'll

W, Swift, and John Stanley to display the after frost dangers are spread your flowering season
plan now
Black son of Dr. Stanley A. petals that did survive by past Planted earlier rose of the tall stemmed blossomi.

Black of Aberdeen Scotland. Chapter Supper preventing azalea flower-spot sprouts may get nipped during Be sure to treat the fOrm

d The wedding will take pine This beaty.killing fungus can periods of low tempera before planting to prevent dlseases. -

at four p.m. this Saturday afternoon reduce a magnificent displayof tures. Treat cormt by baking .
,\ Auction blossoms into a slimy them In I paper bag containing
In St. Paul'i Episcopal -
Highlighted By
mush almost overnight.The Water newly planted roses Spergon.
Church with the Rev first lien of the disease at least once per week if Dooryard citrus growers

\ Cyril N. Sturrup officiating.The Everything from soup to rocking horses was introduced is small water-aoaked rainfall Is short and be readyto should inspect trees! for red

bride will be given ;in Saturday evening when members of Xi i Gamma spots on the flower petals. spray or dust to control spiders purple and alx-spotted
Dr. R. S. Mullln pathologist mites and other Insects dun
by her father, says
I marriage John C. Well Jr. will Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and their with the Agricultural black spot disease ai soon ai log cool dry weather. For con

j be Mn.matron of honor. Mm guests held a Flea Market Auction at the Woman's Extension Service. Then, a the bushel sprout trol the standby remedy IsDN

.. Margaret Swift. will be bridesmaid Club on Lake Howard Drive. day later, the blossoms collapse To control this fungus disease spray-one teaspoon to
into a mist of slime. that shows as black a gallon of water. The clerkat
for her sister Guests Included Mr. and up
'', !' '. There were bargains galore You prevent the fungus the garden center may
\'j" can
W' \ \ Dr. Black will serve 11 belt and many items that Mn. Jack Jones, Mr. and lesions on rose lest margins, .
blossoms have better suggestion.Sulfur
(: r 'r j man for his ion and ushers weren't bargains which the Mri. Walter Hasley, Mr. and from ravaging your try one ounce of Captan along a I
,'f ) t'f will be James Henry Swift group purchased anyway Mrs Junior Kelley, Mr. and this spring with a ipray program with a few drops' of a wetting spray four tablespoons -
of tnlram ilneb. Begin gallon of water
: -, and John C. Wells Jr. through the fast talking efforts Mri. James Hidden, Mr. and the appllcatlonlwhen agent, In four gallons of will kill rust mites and giveyou
A reception will be held lathe of the two auctioneers, Mrs Murray Gay Mr and spray water. Apply the spray at .
I.\, .) : the early varieties be. clean bright fruit. However
J Parish Hall. BiU Tharp and Lee Ellis. Mr. Framk King Mr. and leven-dsy I n t e r v a 11 when
show color. Repeatthe if believe that rUI'eet
gin to you
No formal Invitations have Preceding the auction a Mrs Ed Pabor Mr. and Mrs black spot li present.
MR. AND MRS STEPHEN L AMBROSEFrazierAmbrose been Issued, but all friends social hour was held and a Ed McMahan Mr. end Mrs ipray three times a week If you want gladioli for fruits are sweeter than
clean then the
fruit delay
I. of the family are cordially Invited covered dish supper wn Richard Levier, Mr. and Mrs during color season Easter or Mother's Day, plant
to attend.Eutawah served. The Individual tables Gay Durrance. If you are thinking about them by the last of January spray applications until you
baying some camellias now it are sure that the fruits have
Plant of corme every
with groups
centered lighted
were the time to select the var.Iftlf. the correct amount of Injury.
candles encircled by ca- want-while they Italian Rye or other winter
Mr. and Mrs Stephen Lloyd dress with matching head- you
ClassThe melliai. ThemeIs
Gypsy are In bloom. To ire the temporary graisea planted
'Ambrose are making their pieces. She carried yellow car The party was a combined flowers at their Sunday best Household HintsTo six weeks or two months

home at 3402 Avenue E, NW nations. Sores served best Eutawah Clan of Bey. project of the ways and means Used For vMt I camellia show and ago will need a little more

following their wedding trip to Perry and ushers were ai Dennis mer Memorial Methodist and social committees. make a list of the varietiesthat prevent clean clothes fertilizer now to keep grow.
Key West Frazier man Howard Ambrose Jr. Church met Thursday at the Members and their bus- MYF Party"Madame strike your fancy ThenIt from being soiled by a dirty log Apply 10 to IS poundsof
home of Mrs B. E. Nelson bands attending were Mr. and will be easier to make up Iron, wish the cooled sole- fertilizer per 1,000 square
The bride li the former and Giles Van Duyne Jr.
l' held in the with Mrs D. W. Moreland Mri. Elmo Hood Mr. and Constance" treated your mind on that to buy plate with a sudsy cloth and feet of lawn.
Miss Linda Drucula Frazier, A reception was
the devotional Mrs. Bill Tharp. Mr. and Mrs. -- --
giving visit the wipe dry.A
daughter of Mr. and Mrs church parlors where Mrs much merriment when 'II hen you nursery.
Mri. William F. Corley ac- Lee Ellis Mr. and Mri. Harry .
Now kt the time for planting r--------
Norman L. Frazier and her Cloris Frazier wn in chargeof young people at the Dundee
companied the class members VanLlew, Mr and Mrs or tran plantln'. Here are new mop permits floor
,husband li the ion of Mr. and the brldes's book. Assisting
,Mri. Howard Ambrose. in hospitalities were Mri. on the autoharp Bill Melvin Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Youth Fellowship a few pointer to remem. mopping while sitting down. I FAMILY i
., The couple exchanged vowi Ethel File and Mri. John Assisting In hospitalities Harry Turner, Mr. and Mrs party on Friday night, bad ber. There li I definite relationship No more stooping and Immersing -
at eight on January 17th Faber wire Mr. J. R. Peck and Bob Hart Mr. and Mrs Luther their fortunes told and acted between transplantIng hands In detergent water.
.? ia Hope p.m.Presbyterian Church For her wedding trip the Mrs Moreland. Others attending T. Balliet, Mr and Mrs out their predicted futures. and pruning roots and Wringing Is done by pushing PLEASER

with the Rev. W. H. Downey bride wore a winter white were Mesdames John Bill Redden Mr. and Mri. tops-*.ach should be done and pulling a plastic grip attached
officiating at the double.ring wool suit complemented by an Evans, Ed Faser R. H. Mot- Dean Marshall Mr. and Mrs. A Gypsy theme was carried carefully. The root system of to handle. guests tool '
ceremony. orchid corsage. sinrcr. Chester Mann JohnPhillips Art Willit, Mr. and Mrs. A. out in the evening of any plant should approximate :

Given in marriage by her Mrs. Ambrose ii a 1961 Arlie Wiginton Earle W. Kelso Jr., Dr. and Mri. fun at the church. the top In volume; therefore Baked sliced or pureed Bright tasting but lIot-

lather, the bride wore a gown graduate of the Winter Haven Rabb Lillian Martinson, Van T. Burnette Mr. and The pastor, Rev. Robert the tops of plant should sweet potatoes can be frozen sharp, Kruft ,,,red is the I
; ef white silk taffeta with a High School and Is employed Amelia Newland Luella Mrs. John Brantley Jr., Dr. Standifer, led the group In be reduced la most canes. and left up to 12 months If one that nwybxry likes I
beided latin headpiece and by State Farm Insurance Campbell Missel Elizabeth and Mrs Ronald McKlnnli, songs, a tiger hunt and games Conifers are the exception processed and stored correctly hide and too.
4':.fingertip! length veil of Illulion. Company.Mr. Tucker Jeanette Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell, during the evening.Refreshments -they need not be pruned. reports the Alabama Extension It'a far and grownups I
She carried a bouquet of Ambrose was graduated and Sue McCreight. Mr. and Mrs Paul LeggI of cup cakes, The bare.rooted plant are Service. I favorite I away the I

white carnations on a white In 1959 from the local ..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIIIIII11, .111111111111111111111IIIIIII&! pretzel and punch were hardest to make live when I
tj 1 Bible. high school and served In the served. shifted to a new location. Take the charm of your
|,. Mill Pat Anthony of Hslnes Marine Corps. He li employedby Around The Town 1I Those present were Jonella Balled and burlapped plant home with you. So promises
4 City was bridesmaid and wore Cork Crown and Seal ia and Donald Wood Madelynand usually suffer very little in one fabric house that has developed
I 4 an olive green brocade sheath Bartow. Gall Kobe Deneie Hardy, the transplanting process and in individual line of

nm: I Couple Exchanges Michigan |iI Jonell and Sheila Justice It li almost impossible to handball made from fabric
Tubby, Robert, and Cecil have anything but a green most often found on furniture

I Mrs. Thornton Gives Program Etell, Mary Alice Johnston thumb if you transplant I upholstery and dra pea. I
Mitchell I Ayers, Cherfl shrub from a pot or a can. '
I For Retirement Home Here j O'Neal. Bobby Livingston De- Regardless of the type of root The construction of t kitchen NaARI
..; Kit. Le Diroson was host- and possibilities today. Then nest Johnson CharlotteWoods system you plant bi sure to knit. indicate. quality, ME.NM } '
at her home Thursday ahe brought out the role the = William Drummond, settle these undergroundparts better knives will have the
en Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Forburger decided to exchange
young mother can play in Germain King of Winter Haven with a .0.llIn-aoo4 supply blade extended half or the
[nljtjt when Beta Chi Chapterof this evolutionary process. By Michigan for Florida after their retirement the MYF Councller of water full length of the handle and

Beta Blgma Phi Sorority careful budgeting of time and They have recently moved here and have purchased a Miss Martha Ethrldge, and The planting schedule also will be fattened with two or rr
'bell Its annual Beta Buddy planning reading and cultural the pastor. Includes cones When plant three good aired rivets. rrr.ar
birthday party. pleasures can be enjoyed, and home on Avenue G. NW.

*f Mrs Arthur Thornton pre- much of the planning must be
{tented the program entitled done by the wife, she said. Mn. Hairy Booth left today Mr. and Mn. Cecil Clark
'"Literature and the Fine This can be of great creditto for Aberdeen Md. where have announced the engagement

'Arts". Mrs. Thornton emphasized an entire family and to she was called due to the of their daughter, Lena
the fact that the young the entire nation. death of her brother FredL. Pearl to Phillip Newton
-,people of today are most for- Beta Buddy gift were exchanged Brown. She li being accompanied Garrett of Loughman. Mr.
tunsnte to be living in an and refreshment by her sister Mrs. Garrett ii an employee of > .'

era of American history when were served. Louise Pitts, of Tampa. Holly Hill Fruit Products Inc '.
our nation bas wealth and lei- Members attending were The wedding will be an eventof
aura time to enjoy the cultural Mesdames Tom Thayer, Carl Mr. and Mn. F. Charles early next month.
things of life. In future Jackson Ed Thresdgill, Bob Brlnson have arrived from

history we may be com Windham, Jack Cowan, Ma. their home in Boston Mass Aa afternoon coffee partyat
pared with the "Golden Age son Wines, Bill Brady, Les and plan to spend the remainder the home of Mr. and Mn.
.of Greece" in that we may Dunson Roy Harmon Bill of the winter season here. Richard Campbell In Dundee
easily play a big part In developing Snyer Ed Wilson Dan Mann, honored Mr. and Mri. John
the "Golden Age of Scott Boland Bob Hill, Bob Mr. and Mn. Harvey Pjnes Soderlund of Miami, Mr. and NoMoney
American Culture"Mrs McKown. Jeff Gaines, Ed winter visitor here from Mrs Harry Peele of Benton
Thornton traced the Pabor, Lynn Mannix, Bob Michigan, have as their Harbor Mich and Mri. Ed
brief American cultural patterns Wolfe, Bob Crittenden and guests, their son and daugh Rodberg whose birthday was
showing their evolution Arthur Thornton. ter In law, Mr. and Mri. a recent event. Others pre.
Wayne Pynei, of Norfolk, Va.
sent were Mr. and Mri.
James Freeman Mr. and Mrs ?
I Hospital News Mn. Anna yesterday Propit from wn dismissed the Riedar Chrlstopherson, Mrs

'. Morris Peterson, Mri. Dtwn
Winter Haven Hospital where
MONDArS( ADMISSIONS Auburndale Irvine and Mri. Ruth N >*ua
the was a patient for several
Alfred T. Dennis Daniel of Haines City i
Winter Haven Mrs day i.
N. Albritton. Mri. EverettA.
V Miss Jennifer Ann Harper,
Simmons, William H. Wile Mr. and Mn. C. H. Hawthorne -
Mn. Julia M. Petiohow Mri. liamson.
have moved to Winter New Arrival
David Garrett Christopher C. Halnes City Haven from their former

Toole, Mist Rosemary Anderson Master Michael Hudson home in West Palm Beach Mr. and Mn. Samuel P.

Mri. Jack L. Jones, Mrs Master Dale Williams, Roy and are residing on AvenueB Shaver are the parenti of aIon
Samuel P. Shaver, Mrs Lee Collum, Theodore W. Al. NW. born at 8::32 a.m. yesterday -
ley, Mri. Henry Browning. in the Winter Haven TMi often happens after the Holidays ink
Thomas R. Yon P. M. Sims, The Rev and M... LM lloipital. The baby weighed

Coy Melvin Mrs. Louisa G. MONDAY'S DISMISSALS Duncan are here from Ann in at seven pounds and seven when the Holiday bills came rolling In. The enswtf .
Wagoner Steve Kostrlck, J. Arbor Mich for winter ouncei.
1 a
D. Laird Wilbur F. Herman, Winter Haven to your problem could be an EXCHANGE NA. +:i;
holiday '
Mri James T. Cuff Mrs Mrs Billy Joe Anderson, A ion, weighing six pounds R
Scott L. Redden Miles F. Mrs. Georgia Branaman, Min MUet F. Storm was admitted fifteen and a half ounces, was : TIONAL Personal Lean ,
Donna D. Fowler Mri. Anna born at 10:21: I.m. yesterday
Storm Mri. Lester Jr.lESTIGt
L W Propst, Mrs E. Hugh yesterday to the Winter in the local hospital to Mr. t 1
Sweet, Master Donald A. Haven Hospital and Mn. Thomas R. Tea. Se. vi this week end w.'II.et you up with a Per.tonal ",.J',

Turner. Anburndale Mn. Juanlta Phillips of A ilx pound fourteen ounce Loan lust right for your needs your
Silva N. C. visited here recently daughter was born at 1:11:
Master James H. Arndt, with her brother p.m. yesterday la the local budget.FAST .
Mn. W. R. CroweD, Mrs. and lister, Mr. and Mri. Pat hospital to Mr. and Mri. Jack
Frank P. Paris and Infant ton, Jackson. I* Jones.
Mn. Clayton H. Splvey.

1 THIS EMBLEM Davenport Mr. and Mr.. Joe Walton FRIENDLY LOAN SERVICE
Baby Vicky 1. Atkina. and family are newcomers to '
Eagle Lake Winter Haven. They moved
Matter James T. Cooper. here from their former home

Lake Wales in Jacksonville. .
.: ; Mn. Brian W. DaoJeli and d!
I:. ......,p. infant daughter Lake Alfred Miss a Kalfcy:program Kelt: of win slides present <1'J: (

Manuel R. Hunter. which she took In Pakistan '"
: Identifies yourWELCOME Lakeland for the Brownie and Junior iHb' "The Bank You Can Always Depend On"Exchange
Girl Scout Troops of the Cypress -
j WAGON i is' Matter Charles H. Lyle IL Neighborhood tomorrow QUALITY IUILT .

afternoon at the parlors of

SPONSORS. : One band on the supermarket the First Presbyterian Churchat Sun AcresSUIURIAN rr
cart and the other on a 1:43.Mr.: .
bandy little "tummlnf up" device HOMES r
IS Anne ef pr-tt t. the ; might do wonders for and Mn. Walter 8Uv- LIFETIME MATERIAL

C kueUnes awl ahrfe We elff : the family budget The band- er have arrived from Illinois LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
yew __WIIIt,. : sized! counter totals up your for a visit of several weeks .
purchases ai you shop. The here. They plan to retura
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i $20. residence. OM-WinerHlln "_....... .. .. NATIONAL

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Vision Expert Rainfall.74 InchesRainfall TotalIs 3 Area Airmen -, -V---i ';' ,r -i Dickinson Has I Marina Oswald Thanks

Talks! Before totaled .74 In inches the past la 24 Winter hour Finish Basic Heavy Backing Americans

Haven. This brings the totalS to Generous

.40 Inches for the month.

LocI 1 Audience I were Last recorded year only for 1.70 the inches entire Are ReassignedThree w' j FinanciallyTALLAHASSEE DALLAS (UPI-Marina Ot- "beeauie he died very ywnt.

month of January according to weld unsure of her Englishbut Marina Oawald wat a pbl1\

I the Winter Haven Fire Department ( calm and determined maclst la Minsk. U.S.S.R. 'hit

Approximately 125 optome. which keeps the officlarainfall area airmen who have (UPI) Fred Monday night thanked Americana the met and married Ot.,|j

trists. educit'Ti and guests last records for the city just completed batle 0. Dickinson was the last to for their generosity and after he defected to Roast
night heard Dr G N. Getman training
join the race for governor but told them they "have very big Recently the begin to smj
of the nation's foremost I it Lackland Air Force
one authoritiei Base, he came with heftier financia hearti." English

on vision and child development -Ij Tex., have been reassigned .. mother
Arts Academy to --. '- -- -- backing than any other candidate The attractive Ruiilan-born The of two thigu<<
d i IC u 11 develop j I
other basei for technical train was admitting.In widow of Lee Harvey Oswsld, the nation for donations uceecUng
mental vi.Ion and outline the Cloninger Hartley FayUm his first weekly financial $33,000.
In Preai
accused of aasassinating
"Four L'a of Learning. I report to the secretary of state told national "I want to thank very
The! talk at Nora Mayo Hall Joseph C. Clomnger, ton of dent Kennedy, a muck
Adds ClassThe Monday, the West Palm Beach televlaion audience the had .but my bad English foot
auditorium, was held In conjunction Mr. and )fr.. Obed C. Cton
Novice Matador DisposesOf candidate listed $41,965 In con roots in Texas and wanted to give me to lay too much, I
with the three-day developmental inger of Fourth St Dundee, tribuhoni. stay here. want to tty think jm
vi 111 o a seminar Academy of Arts la expandlng goes to Chanute AFB, Iii, for Second in total contribution American people, thank ,
which ends today at the Haven its training programto training at a flight training Is Sen. John Mathewt Jr., of She laid the did not want to for me and my children ."tOl

Hotel. I include adults and today announced equipment ipeciabst He U a Bull Despite Jacksonville with 27559. believe her husband was the
Optometrists from throughout the organization of a 1983 graduate of Hainea City Rep. Fred Karl Jr., of Daytona assassin but "I have to watch a

Florida, Georgia and Mlsslssip Wednesday morning art studio High School.Denzel Beach, ttld be received facts and facts tell me that

pi are attending the seminar.Dr. for beginner and those with E. Hartley, IOn of REYNOSA Mexico (UPI) the raging bent, painfully $28.397. Lee shot Kennedy." Miami Lift

Cetman stated there la i a experience.The Mr. and Mrt. W. M. Hartleyof Carmelo Marroquin U proud obis wounded in the traditional mil. For the past week Sea. Scot Her appearance, aa excluslve

need for "a broader kind of'' group will be limited In 207 McKean St, Auburndale, nickname "El Suicidal." ncr, thundered past the fight. Kelly of Lakeland reported copyright interview with :

visual hygiene, a meant of' site to assure etch person Individual goei to Amarillo AFB, Tex, With blood streaming from a er'i bipt. $4,872 In collections, for a total I Newt Director Eddie Barker of

telling more than if a child has Instruction. Mri. Lou for training aa an adminiitra gored leg, the bull fighter knelt Rising Marroquin turned and of $10,039. station KRLD, was broadcast Adds To Get

just 20.20 vision." I Suprint, former teacher of the live specialist He U a 1962 Sunday before a charging plunged steel into the bull' Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack on Walter Cronkite't "NewRound"

He said the need la being met adult art class in Winter Haven graduate of Auburadale Sen. "toro." heart. aonville said he received $23,. (CBS).

by many modern optometrists High School night program, ior High School. A bull had hooked him In the The bullfighter, rated a novice 248. "I want to be (an) American"

through developmental vision: will be the instructor Frank W. Peyton, IOn of leg, spun him Into the air and' then was hospitalized The Miami Mayor Robert King citizen after I ttudy English, Wrong FloorMIAMI

understanding the child, under A nominal tuition win be Mra. Alice B. Momaon of 411 tested him to the ground Re. wound, the size of an Amerl High got $7,893.Senator. she told Barker

standing the visual development charged. Classes will be belt E Bridgera Ate, Auburndale, fusing medical aid, he arose can half dollar, tore Into six "Rachel (her month-old

of children, and providing a weekly and will be two hour goes to Sheppard AFB, Tex., and killed the animal in 15 mln Inches of hit flesh Marroquin daughter) was born here andLee's (UPI) Everybody

program of developmental visIon each. The first workshop will I for training aa i finance andstatistical utes of fighting. was ordered to remain In bed SmithIs funeral was la Texas and knows that two plus four t
data specialist He Then re went for first aid for three Two hours late I like to stay, I want to live
care and guidance that will be held on Wednesday, Feb. I, days six-even the elevator In tin
la a 1963 graduate of Auburn.. and a tourniquet was applied to he hobbled out of the iere.
protect the eyes both today and at 1:30: a m, Those wishing to hospital new federal building.Two .
dale High SchoolCombee the torn leg. Doctors urged him who Is afraid he After the Interview Mri.
tomorrow.He enroll may call Mrs. Helen "Anyone I passengers got on Mo.
explained that developmental Eddy, bursar, at the Academy, to go to a hospital, but Marro said, "gets a little gore end In The Race wtld'i Marguerite mother Oswald., laid from Lee her Os- day One punched the butts
vision la CY 38403 Mrs. quin refused. thinks he It dying. If you are
more concerned or Suprlna, I for the second floor, the other
Fort Worth borne that Marina
with functions of the eyes CY 37211. Blasts Instead, he returned to the not tfrtid, a big gore doesn' the fourth.
than with defects of the Adult classes are also available ring and skillfully! battled another hurt" WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. was disillusioned because she
eyeiThe They were deposited at tin
(Continued From Page One) Margaret Chase Smith stuffed had been held In seclusion by
bull. that he
Luverne, Minn., optome. In the language division, During fight Marroquin, 28, limped down sixth floor.Amazed .
trial for years did research al with French, Spanish and ItalIan the commission should hold up I knelt. The bull charged. "E the streets of Reynosa today 14 Republican convention votes the Secret Service' too long. they tried it
"Her 'f.ct. that led her to sjiu.One
buying any additional of'Suicidal" his and Into her handbag today and setout
the Gesell Institute of Child Development offered, In drama, speech right flipped cape lie was the rave. He explained punched number 1 ui
believe killed thePresident
that Lee
to the "for !'
way on SR 60. remove menonly" .
to fans that the
formerly known as and in the music division. I during the other number 4.
Combee laid that the sign at the White House. are only conditions
fight, the bull had not booked
Child the Yale Development.He University Clinic of ty had bad to four-lane Hy Scout Pack 123 Slowly, be allowed the animal The, 66-year-old lady senator ," the 56-year-old grandmother They loomed to the fifth floor.

Benefit Bridge 13 from Lakeland to Auburn to charge closer. Then fro m Maine started her cam- said Walter Deppe finally solved .
described In detail how Plans came The elder Mrs. Oswald ssld the problem and got to the '
"That was the only way Meeting taiga for the presidency it-
the of
the bull't bead
jerk and
vision la
developed that
adding Slated the Secret Service "whisked" fourth floor where he bad been
Party get it done, be aaid.Combee the painful goring."I awed that she would receive '
developed ability can be improved asked that the com Cub Scout Pack 123 has in her home atate'a 14 delegates her dtughter-ln-law away when headed.

to help children reach The annual benefit bridge million chairman, Wilmer Mc. nounced that It will hold its "hope to fight next Sun. and a "favorite daughter" the two met by chance Sunday He went on alone and pushed ,
their fuU day, he laid. "I not
aoclalpotentia. sponsored by the Winter Hi- Cutcheon act up a meeting regular scheduled meeting tonight afraid. nomination at the San Frincli- .t Oswsld'a grave In Fort number 4.

ven Business and Professional "with the district road chairman it 7:30: at Beymer Memorial co convention in July. Worth. Even the elevator knew till
The speaker listed the four Women's Club will be beld at and our engineer ao he Methodist Church. "I guess" I live up to my Mrs Smith planned to spend I "This It not the American four plus sere it four
t'. El Suicidal said.
of learning at locomotion, the Lake Silver Civic Center ran tell ua right where betandi Cub scouts have been reminded the rest of the week "in quiet" way. ," Mrt. Oswald said.

location, labeling and language, Friday night at I. ." of the uniform Inspection with William C. Lewis, her administrative The year-old widow re-

'0 explaining the end result ofthese Funds raised will be donated "I think be already has," to be held it tonight's meet. Bok Tower assistant who will qUilted protective custody by Air Force Ends :

. experiences la Villon. to the B4WP Scholarship Fund. DunlOn retorted. McCutcheon Ing. double at campaign manager, the Secret Service shortly after

':'I'-.Jluch of Dr. Getman'a preaentstion To reserve a table call Dorothy aid he would try to set up (Continued From Page One) to map out her venture Into the aisisiinatioa

and. and the lengthy question- Bradley at Cypress 4-2157. the netting. "The situation la DeGaulle Put awhile, absorb the peace of the the New Hampshire primary, But she said "I an net aner :

answer period which followed or Mrs. Gladys Barr at Cypress critical DOW because the old Sanctuary and find refreshmentand la announcing ber candidacy arrest I am free to go Massive Search

was devoted to reading 1791., alibi baa run out," be aaid. (Continued From Page One) Inspiration In the ..ncleatmu.ic Monday before the Women't hopping er any place else."
abilities and problems.Dr. Walter Bell, Justice of the National Press Club, the white- She laid the visited her busiand'1 -
Getman also outlined his Peace In Winter Haven liked to rl.k. possible break with of the bells.
haired widow laid the would grave once or twice a
theories regarding the mechanical the eemmliiionera to put him Nationalist China aa the price Bok could not realize bow him HONOLULU (UH-Aa hte, I{
ester the March 10 New Himp- week and felt sorry for
New York live search for Air lam
and manual Inclinationsof oa the budget system, taking for recognizing Red China. eager the traveling public wouldbe shire primary and the April 14 aa ;I
boys and how !this affects him off of the fee ayatem. He lahe I The French recognition announced to find a place of restful IllinoIs primary. She said the C124 Globemaiter which dliiM !

their learning processes at.compared I only JP who baa not il- Monday in Paris and beauty untainted by commer lie might enter the Oregon and peared over the !

to girls. Stock ReportNEW ready done thii. Peking pledged the two nations cialism. Without being lured by District of Columbia primariea. Airline Crash Year' Day with ,

Bell asked that this become to exchange ambassadors with.In paid advertising, more than 15 Her candidacy was welcomed aboard was caned"IClfIIsN

retroactive to "". 1, 1964. The three months million people have walked up Monday-tor the f |
II Sen.
Horses Gel "very refreshing" by
commission will study his budget I French officials said at the 295.foot Iron Mountain to seethe The first phase
George Aiken R-Vt and
Continued From Tare One) YORK (UPI) Midday and pass on it at the sent time the communique did not marble and coquina SingIng splendid" by,Esther,Peterson as Suit SettledTAMPA began Jan. 1 when the plut
stock ,
mHtiD,. Ills proposed budget force France to break off reations Tower, to hear the artistryof President wag bat whfle ea route ra
closely all week Johnson't appointee
at tabs are American Caa 43H for nine months la $18,13833. with Nationalist China bellmaster Anton Brees, ando Wake Island to Hawaii CII.I
kept on the number to head consumer affairs.Republican .
of points American Hardware 45 Bill Cross representing the and claimed De Gaulle thus (UPI) Attorneys
each horse they look halfway across Florida National Chairman flight from Japan to the 1M ,
gets la every Jump. American Motors 17 reached a surprise settlesneatduring
Peace River Basin Board, had achieved aa unprecedented from horizon to horizon. Coast The nine-day effort H
log event. The grand championship American William E. Miller aaid he
Sugar 24% came before the commiiiion- diplomatic auccess.Today's the night on ia insurance described at the largest Marti
ia determined on the American T&T 145V era to lit if they would give rival Chinese claims Many visitors admire the eamellln was "delighted" the bad en- suit In the mysterious 1959
I In the history of the Pactflt. |
number of points accumulated American Tobacco and azaleas, a few tered the presidential sweep- crash of Lines
26 H them some steeL piling which a National Air
threw that into
during the five success doubt. feed the squirrels sit and stakes and Mrs.Smith One week ago today, CM! \
days of the Anaconda 15 tAtI.atlc were originally purchased to French officials withheld Immediate some predicted plane la the Gulf.WilU.m '
Air and
eight Force men
ihow. meditate and most woul receive a "great 011I'j j
Coast Line 66 use in a water control project. everyone Allen Taylor Jr.
Last year Windsor Castle comment pending studyof stares In disbelief at the varicolored espouse." sailor aboard the missing plaza 0
Babcock 1 Wilcox 52 He and that former ob.t.deah.d ought to recover $37,500 In In-
the rival Chinese demands.The .
won the $10,000 Sweepstakes, Bendix Corp. 49% been overcome now that hues of the thriving col. Sen. Jacob K. Javltt, R.N.Y., urance hit father took out just were declared officially deal !

but failed to win the Grand Bethlehem Steel 33% Coot Wilson hat agreed to let Peking foreign ministrystatement ony of wild wood ducks a leading supporter of Coy before the doomed plane took However, hope was rentwei<< :
dispelled any Illusions 'the following day when tin
Championship.Jacks Boeing 38', the water back up on bit prop- : that France become I Voices In the 93 acre Sanctuary I Nelson Rockefeller for the Re.publican off for New Orleans Not 19,
Or Better placed fourth might nomination, said MrsSmith 959. crew of another C124 reported
Borden 69H rty. bushed Intuition
are by
In the ; the first major Western nation I raft la the
spirited lighting a man on a
competition for wit a "stellar perform.er"
Briggs Mfg TH However, Dunton called the to maintain full not edict, for the Bok family, Attorneys declined to give the
the Orange Sweepstakes but diplomaticrelations who would make the pre- area where the mining plan
Burlington Ind. 43U entire project "controvmial"nd decided this would be one terms of settlement.
had piled up enough points during with both Communistand convention battle more lively. vanished. But six more days ol
he Wilson't The
Carolina Pwr Lt 731tChe..pe.ke asked that get place where travelers would note surprise settlement came
the previous four days to Nationalist China.French Mrs. Smith's decision to intensive let and air search
4 name" the dotted line" beore confronted during late
Ohio 71% on I > with a barrageof a recess Mondaynight
take the championship for made decision. officials I laid De was based on thousands of let. disclosed no sign of the raftThe
they any "No" sod .
Chrysler 88V4 "Don't" tlgni. Th.po.ltlv.
jumpera. Cities Service 64CocaCola Thln: he said, he feels that ; Gaulle himself Is ready for an approach la embodied ins from all SO states asking The senior Taylor wn believed Air Force, In calling ofl!
Another event that wUl b.clo.ely the Peace River Boarda open breach with Nationalist her to enter the presidential killed the search Monday laid that
11S 4 sand In this inconspicuous plaque when the plane went
watched during the China. The officials said the the effort atotal
should ace. during two-phase
Colgate 3914' a taxing body they near the famous Reflection down Only a few bodies were
week I It
Tangelo Roadster break probably will have to
of 131 Air Force, Navy
Cone Mills 14H' pay for the pilings. Pool: "Litter Depreciates Be found floating the water amid
Stake Offering $2,500 In prlsea come aoooer or later.A tad Coast Guard lOlled
Cross to try to getWilson's planes
agreed Four the debrlt.
Continental till 44'4Curtili. auty. Passersby get the point. Days'
this event is also
judged on and in primary motive behind De 4,930 flying hours and covered
the number of points accumulated .Wrllht 1IHDouglaa signature get jaulle'a decision to recognize Feb. 1, 1964 will be little dlf- There was tpeculitlon that a
during the entire show. Aircraft 23H touch with the eommlssionerts ted China, many diplomats ferent' from any other day at (Continued From Page One) bomb killed the 41 persons 600,000 milei of the Pacific

The finals in this event will beheld Dow Chemical 69H In soon other at poniblt.business the commiiiionert here believed, was to demonstrate he Mountain Lake Sanctuary Heritage in its production. It board the plane but It was

Sunday night during the Du Pont 249Vt France's independenceof There will be no ceremony to was offered through newspap- never proved.

final performance of the show Eastern Air 33H' : the annual reportof the United States in internslonal mark the occasion, but old.tim. ers on United Press Interns- Mutual of Omaha Insurance New IncidentIn

Sponsored by the Winter Haven Eastman Kodak 111 Approved Fourth District Constable affairs.France'a ers with long memories-tuchti newt circuits, i Co. bated its rejection of Tay'br's
Ford Motor nab fofl.w claim on a lack ef evi-
Frlerson Nichols American 41' Thornton't announcement thatIt the four members of the the News- one
Leon Thornton. ex-
Legion Port S, the show la rat. General Electric 18 v fees were 458745. would establish diplomatic tiff whose service antedates The price ia $2 a copy for dence that hia father was a
ed an "A" show by the American General Motors 79 cell Dedication the 144 asienger.
Agreed to set hearings on relations with Peking caused Day-may remember page book which ia in PanamaPANAMA
Horse Show Association. Gen Telephone 32H losing tome alleys in Lena widespread reaction across the that the carillon Is ringing the format of American Herl-

Proceeds from the show are Georgia Pacific 54 Vista tub-division in Auburn- world and opened the way for out most of the songs It did that age magazine and contains
donated to the Crippled Chil Goodyear 41H' dale either F.b.I' or 25. an end to the 15.year Isolationof memorable day when a Pres- 121 photographs, many in color Says (UPI) Author!-

dren's Hospital.The Gulf Oil (m Approved he plat for Haven Mao Tze.tung'a regime. The Ident of the United States turned taken by UPI cameramen durng (Continued From Page Ont) ties la Panama and the Canal

show, with $40,000 In Indian llead 15V4 Shores Unit Three In Winter decision, known for some time, his back on Washington to the four days beginning .Uim. The Zone started an Investigation

prize money, trophies and ribbons Intl. Harv, 61Interchem Haven. The city hat already was announced offlcl.llylion.\ dedicate a sanctuary In the Nov 22, at well aa news ator- Philippines also today of a new incident of anti-
baa drawn an entry list Corp. 40>4 approved it.Passed day Florida hinterland. lea written by UPI reporters opposes Milaysia because it American violence an amateurish
of 633 horses from 27 States, Intl. Nickel 73'4 It also includes many of the isputei ownership of North burn dollD
a resolution to give In the bold and attempt to
the District of Columbia
Canada documents
relating to theventa
Int. T&T Hit claim deed to Mrs. Eva a U.S. government guest houss.
I quit that could alter the balance Although Phillnnln nrnlciti
Mexico and Ireland.
of those
Tickets may be purchasedfrom Johns-Maaville I3H' Guthrie for right of way pro of power in Asia, De Some Frost The News.Chief historic announced dara. I have been relatively-mild: Inloneslaa An unidentified nan, presumed
Kennecott to Panamariis'smashed
78't be
perty the county bought in aulle aimed at a
any American Legion Koppera 40% 1901 in Auburadale Put. apparently LAKELAND (UPI-The morning lilt Wednesday that the book sponsored guerrillas a gallon Jug of bmwacne
member or at the show nary taking over Western leadership would ..1.. The last have bad frequent clashes with
I IIround.
Kroan Co. temperature bulletin from go on copy inside of !tin
the back door
29Liggett 3, They have never paid for .
.. In the Far East from the United the Lakeland In the shipment was sold Malaysian and Britith forces In
Weather Bureau yes.terday
: house
Mytrl 72% the property and never started States and restoring some Borneo border 60-year-old Tivoll guest
areas and
Lockreed S4'1tLorlll.rd construction on it.Agreed Forecast for peninsular Florida afternoon. Many bought there Monday, set it afire and f>d.
any h. been
of France'a old real
Council Slates grandeur. for tonight and Wednesday several copies to send to danger a full-
41% to let Florida South-
Officials laid De Gaulle, in morning: friends and relatives cue war would develop.
Merck 112\t .ra College use voting machines making the move, was pre- I With this in mind, Johnson
(Continued From Page One) Light rain gradually ending
Middle So UtO 40'lt' in their student elec-
pared for an open breach with sent Kennedy to Ail a January
central and southern districts Mortgage
were presented to Council Monsanto 6414 lions larch 2328. Palmer Enters 15. The
the Nationalist Chinese. attorney general
members at their regular Mont Ward S4'1t' Read a letter from the Flo- by late this afternoon with conferred Loans
The Nationalist Chinese Clear to partly cloudy. Colder <( luncheon meeting yesterday In ; Nat Gypsum 47% rids Development Commission Page ) of Indonesia
charge d'affairea in Paris de. in Tokyo and
other business the Council: Paramount 'Iel IS asking If there were any ob- northern and central districts, tic Coast Line Railroad for bans, with Dja- .T.Jktou.
Voted to help pay for a sign Penney ectlona to a heliport site onlasterpiece I livered a stinging protest to cooler southern districts. Lowest three yean before establishing dent Dlosdado Philippine Preil- about yourproblems.

at the Intersection of Hwya 17 Pens RR 21 i Rd. about one half the French Foreign Office, temperatures: his real estate business in I with Malayan Maeiptgal. and .

and 92 pointing toward Winter Pepsi-Cola 11% mile northeast of Lake Walea. barging\ France" with an "un- : Suwannee and north portion akeland. engku Abdul Prime Minister NO APPRAISAL FEE

Haven and Cypress Gardens. Philip Morris 88 The commissioners noted that friendly act. But the first Na.tionalist of the Gainesville district: 28 to Palmer has been married to moving Rihmin. before ON
on to talks
Decided to see whit they Phillips Pet there was only one house reaction did not In. 33. Scattered light frost. the former Eloise Boutwell for ficlala with Thai FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST
48'Ai In
could do toward getting t law Republic Steel 42t4 within a quarter mile of the dude a break in relations. I South portion of the Gainesville 28 yeira and they have five with British Bangkok leader, He met MORTGAGE

passed in Florida setting penalties Reynolds Tob 38''% te" and they would contactthe i French sources were Inclined district: 30 to 35. Patches children and sin grandchildren I I Prime Minister Sir Alee, Including CORP.
to believe that President Doug.
for "con men ..nd.harplt. Seaboard Air LIne 12x residents and send copiesof I of frost He It a member of the Lake- III Home In London ef WINTER HA VEX

.." Sears Roebuck ltSllSinclair the FDC letter to the two Chiang Kalshek's Nationalist Upper east coast district: 34 side Baptist Church, rec.ntlyorg.nlzed turning to before. 511 Central Ave., CY 1-5151
Appointed Eloy Delgado chairman Lake "alea newspaper IT government on Formosa eventually to 38. Patches of front from the SouthsideBaptist I. Washington Monday

of a committee on ocup. 411t there are no objections the would break with Paris.A Central districts: 38 to 45. Church in Lakeland, hit night

ational tax.Heard Southern Socony Mobil 70 site will be approved statement by Chiang's re- Everglades district: 45 to 55. former church affiliation. -

a report that lettera I Southern Co 58\1 Read a letter from the Like- ,Ime in Taipei warned of ".e. Lower east coast farming H. la a member of the Old-

had been sent to half a dozen lou Nat Gas Co. 5614 land Ledger notifying the loua consequences." areas: Near 60. eons Woodmea of the World

towns that had done away with 51'AiSouthe Board that they are Increasing! Both Nationalist China and Forecast for Wednesday: Moose Lodge Lakeland Cham-

parking meters. The purpose D Railway 81 their rate for legal advertising. the Peking regime reject the Partly cloudy and cool her> of Commerce. Lakeland

of the letters Is to see if Sperry 20 Passed resolutions to adverse "two Chinas" theory and hereofore Future temperature outlook: Board Realtors, the Nation- UUQ

busjness has picked up In these Standard 00 (NJ) 11 for bids on a drag line and have Insisted that other Slightly higher temperatures .1 Board of Realtors, and the fld&wwMako 'rO.J

towns since the meters were Studebaker 'It a truck for the Bridge Dept. nations maintain relations only i Wednesday night No frost danger Lakeland Multiple Lilting Anso.elation. _..

lilen out. Sunrsy DX 33 Voted to pay fl.2} a day for with one of the Chinese reimes. Thursday morning. .
Swift C7 care in the TB hospital for a i .

FLORIDA STOCKS Texaco 71''It tuberculosis patient. The man If the Chiang government I :
here are the I closingson Texan Gulf Sulphur 2:'% a migrant worker with no per. does not sever relations with
p.m. Union
Carbide W anent residence was injured aria, France will be the first
Florida stocks
aa reported U. S. PiPe 1'4U. and carried to Lakeland Gen- Hearing Aid!
country to establish ties with
by Frinds: I. duPont and Co.
I S. Rubber 11'' rat where the TB was disco.- Peking without havinir ft f.- '\ :1 A"d.r80"

Air Control 18 H U. S. SteelWslworth &8 .r.d. Since he was working for with the Nationalists. The Unitd Mr, G. C Drag Shore WInier Haven
Tampa Electric 25 H Co. sot a Polk County man at the tam.the States was repair' i > j jI COII'Ultut l ThunJeyt f fe U

Florida Telephone 26t U Warner Br".. Pie. 1314Weiter Board agreed to pay the urged Taipei to retain its consular I L Bagwell Building Supply Rifle' Ron'e MAIN lett..TrV Ace*" ''.. Repair Service

Plant Industrie 2U\ Ulllo U,. bill. I, ties bid 31 W. UN B.wM.., 0....*ePage




r : -.i Downs Delk Silvey And Farinella I

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.' : ) ,*fJ" Honored At Devil Football Banquet

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I .. Ewa By BOB HAVILAND back presented by head coach Bridges, Jim Sellet Gary
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r Sports Editor Triplett Jones Bob Hotlmeyef Tyndal,

"' .' \ ,.,. ,;. "' .... I Four players familiar to all I -Best Defensive Player to Downs, Farinella, Delk, and

.. r Winter Haven Blue Devil football I Dean Delk, senior linebackerand SiUey
,\ tint Bobby Downs Phil tight end presented by Juniors: Gary McDaniel,
Firinella, Dean Dclk, and Bill line roach Bill Duncan Rnnnie Booth, George MJ'J''ICT.
: Silvfy' Mere awarded covet. Benme Bond Memorial Tro- Eddie Tuttle, Steve Barnc,
.4'A ed honor last night at the high phy to Bobby Downs, presentedby Jimmy Myers, Jim JUAfhtn.
school gridiron banquet held at Mrs H. Knut Delk, wife I Don Bowes, Chuck Faist, Jerry
Mr ,f" rt .1 the Winter Haven' Moot Lodge. of high school PTA president Hill Randy Terrell, DwajneDres.
f" Alto on the banquet agenda H. Knute Drib Jim Alderman. M.ilnmb

tv' :. was the awarding of 29 vanity Of the four players receiving (Shorty) Stewart. Don Dixon,
I I letters and 25 junior vanity awards. three were named to Bill Smith, David Barton, and

-: o II letters. I the All Western Conference Don Harrison
Singled out for outstanding team: Firinella (twice including Sophomores: Rick Anderson,

contributions during the 1963 list year), Delk, and George Davis, Jimbo Ilollowsy
i :- L4 season was Miss Linda Lee, Downs Bill Tyndal senior tackle Mike Page and Jim Duncan.

cheerleader sponsor: BiU Ortt was also named to the all Four managers also received
; high school principal; Tony conference team. letters: Charles si\ton W"e

Kslogridis, booster club past. For Downs receiving the Gunn Bobby Beard and Bill

president; head coach Calvin Bennie Bond Memorial Trophy Wallingford.The .
Triplett.: and assistant coaches highlighted the end of an ac following players received
Linus Bridges, Bill Duncan, cumulation tit honors that junior varsity letters:

Herman Loftin, Gorman Ayers, ringed through All.Conference, Juniors: Perry Best, Bert

and Jim Whitney All-State, All-Southern, and All. Gerber, Sandy Harris, Bill I
Ki.A The following awards for the America On the Southern Hughes;: Bruce Ross, Joe Sturgis -

1963 Blue Devil football sea- team he was singled out aa the Danny Thomas, Kent Wil

ion were presented: best high: school football play )isms, George Luttrcll, and Bill
Outstanding Bark to Bill er in Florida during 1963. He Murrell.

-- Silvey' senior fullback and was also selected to play In the Sophomores: Bob Bentley

linebacker, presented by back. state's r\orlh.Soulh All.Star Bob Board, Jackie Brag: Mike
field coach LoftinOutstanding game In Gainesville Au,. 1.
II cks
back Bobby Downs, center, received the Bennie Bond Memorial Trophy the vanity football team were honored lilt night for outstanding from Lineman to Those players receiving varsity Dix Hough Wayne Larry Main Jeff Jimmy Me-

lilt night at the 1963 Football Awards Banquet held it the Winter Ha- during the 1963 Blue Devil gridiron season. Receiving awards were, Phil (Flip) Farinella senior letters were: Kibben Randy Robinett, Jerry'

I von Moot lodge Mn. H. Knute Delk, right wif. of P.T.A. preiident left to right Phil Farinella, Outttanding Lineman; Bill Silvey, Outstanding guard and linebacker, presented Seniors: J. P. Jones, Del Sapp, Mike Sloan, Parke Smith,

H. Knut Delk, presented the award to Downi. Head coach Calvin Trip. Back; Bobby Downs, But Offensive Player; and Dean Delk, Best Defen- by line coach Bridges. Reese Bradley Tilley, Morris Mike Stone, Billy Turner, and
sit left, presented varsity ,letters to 39 members of the vanity football live Player. -Best Offensive Player to Luther, Roy Carter, Tom Fp- Jerry White.

: team. Bobby Downs, senior quarter- person, Frank Morgan, Bill After Triplett presented! the

varsity letters, ne also thanked

National Cage PollNEW I varsity and Brick scouts Auslcy Norman, both Tunnel of I
: Blue Devils Seek Cage Revenge UCLA Atop Westwood.

:1 NEW YORK (UPI) Six S.0 lead In the Missouri tanked No. 1 by 32 of the 35 HI
Conference Villanova coaches on the UPI rating
Face Chamberlain Chiefs Tonight members of the top 10 made remained seventh and Oregon board. Michigan, Kentucky and Challis Marshall

: : advances today and unbeaten State held on to 10th place. Davidson each ranked first on
UCLA celebrated one month UCLA received the same one ballot. for ill vase
I total It earned last week The ratings were based on AUTO StAll fUll
By BOB RAVILAA'DSports pivot and floating forward'r atop the nition's major college point .
Just four less thin games played through Saturday LIFE
Editor Sophomore Rick Anderson will basketball powers In the United I -J4 points
the with Press International Board ofCoaches' ; a perfect JSO. The Bruins were Jan. 23. I FIRE CJr.j;
man guard spot sophomore
,. The Winter Haven High Schools Daily :
basketball team, on the losing George Davis and juniorCII'1 :1 ratings PACIFIC HIRES HENKE Insurance I"URANU
Loyola of Chicago the defending
McDaniel either side. Needi
end of a 62.32 verdict to Tampa Senior center Rick on Roberson will News SPORTS NCAA champion, was Gaiors Romp By : STOCKTON Calif. (UPI)-
Chamberlain earlier this season I 251 Ave $..W.Acreii .
play the high pivot position with most responsible for the The University of the Pacific Magnolia ,
will try nut only to Improve senior Jere Baxter underneaththe chanjei. The Ramblerslost Alabama, has hired former National from fickenae lank
. upon the score but to improve Chief State and Ed
basket. Anderson, Davis, to Memphis Football League lineman Phone 294-4754'
the outcome. The local. GAINESVILLE (UPI) Flo-
upon and McDaniel fine outside Wichita last week and plum. Henke as sn assistant coach.
Journey to Tampa tonight for a are meted from' second to ninth. rlda put down Alabama MM
return encounter with the Chieftains shooters. place. The other teams movedup Monday' Bight in baiketball after
currently holding down Although the Devils' offense to fill la the vacancies. grabbing the lead early and
, the No. 3 spot In the Western and defense have definitely Im Michigan took over the run. clinging to it. Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply

: Conference. Came time is S proved since the opening game, Werner Kidd SeededIn nerup spot and Kentucky (No The Tide shooters were kept Of Winter HavenHeadquarters -

" p.m., a preliminary Jayvee the Winter Haven eagers are I), unbeaten Davidson (No. 4)), to 30 per cent of their field goal for Valves & Fittings
lame listed for 6:IS. lacking In the charity toss de Vanderbilt (No. S) and Duke tries The Gators hit on 438 INDUSTbIAI DISTRIBUTOR Pipes,

i, The Blue Devil five, sporting partment. They have never I (No I) all moved up one position per cent AI..CHAN 1 Cemetets 51y.k.r Pumps, Plumblnf, ,
f. a not too good 3-13 overall mark been over the 50 per cent mark Olympic Ski Events from list week. Guard Tom Bailey was high M.en.nlsa A Industrial I SupplIes,
in free throw for one ,Ime. WHOUSALI ONLY DAILY DELIVERS
and winning only of eight Wichita again made the biggest with 22 points for the Galore
In other conference action tonight and Brooks Henderson had 14 4lk It. t Ae>. L, M.W. as let SIKajr "'*''1.'' lain '''L *..,....
1 attempts In league play, have Jump, from eighth to CALL COLLECT M4-4M7 YMNUfc MAVEN
reshuffled the starting lineup the Hilliborough Terriers INNSBRUCK Austria I IJtldd. sixth, riding an eight'game Gene Schumacher led Alabama ,
No. 1 in the state and leading (UPI) nlng to IS to at to take In
streak and com with IS points.
winning a
for tonighta contest. The locals .
the league, will ,b. tested by -Th. United Slates won a Then the draw was beld _
expected to use a 13-1 offensive -
are for starting places and KJdd
the Robinson Knights. Other long battle for ski equality today
act up, utilizing a high won first! position with Werner
loop contests Include King at and the luck of the draw

Lakeland and .Jefferson at gave the American trued its eighth.This menu the wiry Kidd

go Plant.against Bradenton Sarasota Manatee High In will a best chance yet for a first vie. (51. 150 pounds) will have Got bulky car blues ?

BRAND NEW non-conference: tilt. tory !in the men's downhill everything la his favor when
speed race, one of the two he starts down the steep, Icy
forSENIOR Conf. AH glamor events of the Winter slope on Fstseherkofel Mountain

W-L WL Olympic Gsmes. at noon (1100 GT)
DRIVERS Hillsborough0. ,I- 9 head Coach Bob Seattle of Thursday
Manatee 7 S U. .
ChamberUla e-S ,1- 5 the University of Colorado took
STATEWIDE Lakeland M 104Rnblnxn ( his men and women out for \. 0
f-I.. I their lad training sessions before '
(Ages 65.90) Plant .4-S... 4-7 SjFffunnn S the official opening of the BOWLING I f

REVAMP YOUR INSUXANCIre Winter Haven 1-1"11 ninth Olympiad Wednesday Jubilant tA: 11 J ,0;

take e *v..r... ef S2S.000 King o-a 1-U over his success in persuading MOOSE : r
lloblllrf limits (with .aSI I. TOP SCORERS the International Ski L
,000 medical I pr wctla) Pti 0 AvOwens. Federation to seed the veteran Bordo Produeta 47 21 !mJ
AT STANDARD RATE Hlll.borougb Uns 11 Ml Bud Werner, 27, of Steamboat Ruddy Musk Co. 40 21 r
S300.000 HmiM .toll Lanier Mint in 11 SI 4Tr llmmla Miller fruit Co. 5x14 39'4
Manatee 94* IS IIS Springs Colo., and William
able. a. tllqhHy Mghtr rate pp Haven render 4 Body SS SO
ONLY OUR COMPANY'. Sherman. Lakeland 2:8 14 14 TDavle (Billy) Kidd, 20, of Stowe, Silver Lana Laundromat !T
fen It. .liunredt e."lellNy.I"I. Kin. ManaUe* J71 17 11 IS 19 144rrlnwrll S Utah. Bill Jlowie Contractor S7>,a SOii Are ? Car drink like fish? Pinched ?
Scott aervlra Benter 17 SIB you car-pecked a parking
... .c.. far For the first time in Olympic
". Chamberlain S*> 1* 1> ( Auta Tarta M U
Water Clf bens Juana. Jertereon 127 17 IITNewklrk history two Americans will be Winter Have Laundry 16'. S3'iImperial Is a too-big car bullying )'ou1 A bulky car la usually a thirsty Can't manage moet apacee?

GOOD GOOD DRIVING HEALTH RECORD Take tfcisel ,Jffferenn Itablnun "let 7'1 19 IIS.prletuma IISTompklni. among the elite skiers who Delfadoi 1111I1'4.Grande Mualo MkU S4 M'". Sty 14''tCrlppen Get a friendly Rambler It'. so car and your gas bills look like Rambler letayou In eaaily where
Cash down the slopes before
Hllleboro. 14! 11 1) S '* Bar SI SSLawann to handle and the national debt. Find out overstretched care don't. Yet
re Tar agent let dim Tylnr. Manatee 150 IS HIWllllama the rank and file and thus get Muela S3 SSAlbrtshta easy
,.......* year hnnrewca. Chamberlain J"S 1* 111 the best of the surface conditions Cabinet Shop '3... M and it's got all the get-up-and- about Humbler'e famed top Rambler gives you inildt room,
FOE Fill ALSO AND SC. IN THE Hartley Rnhlnmn. W. Haven 1M 11 104 a vital factor in determining .. Butler. r. Goodrich Floor .0..1'111. 5214 S3 'SSB 6'. go power of the big one. economy at your dealer. where it count., for 6 adults!

FLORIDA KITS. who wins the gold silver Army Navy Store 21't Sal' i
T" Ainu Tits It a aw CHIEFS SIGN VAUGHTKANSAS and bronze medals Knapp Bhoea 28'4 411Bambn
propim t flottt "btil' CITY vUPD-LoweH Hitherto Americans have had Lounge 31* 4144
'br.o,1I' if you dun't tutu Vaught, a 245-pound senior to make their hopeless runs American Sled. Fence IS 46 Be Rambler Classic
team .noo Bar
Hlih : Crlppen'i happy.get a
kit, arena guard from Southwestern (La.) over slopes roughed up aid IBM
has signed with the Kansas tracked by many skiers before Hl 'h team lime: Winter HavesLeundry
.PI). IO IU.t Football League. But Besttle hid another reason Tart SOS Individual Mrtea: LeRoy Only car with the Best of Both: big car room and performance-compact-car economy and handling ease.
"' ''lItutl 'j The -foots Vaught win be to be delighted with his High Individual tame Carl p..,.

tried as an offensive guird. argument before the International I dirk rs.. TA Wiley 324.. NathanMroulre
IIS and 30t Jt. Allot
Ski Federation Monday .,.. LeRoy York JOT and 301. Art
night that American skiing had MartlnM 107, Lean Mobl.v BIT
come of age and tournaments Pat Jarkwtn 30* Clvd Tlllman
"Make It Your Rule Consult .... .
in the United States should be Art Dunn Inn CHI Wallaesfol.
Spaeth 3nt Martin
given the same weight as European Heuer 301 Eddla Smith 300, James
BILL POOLE, C.L.U. competitions in working Boyd 300.
out rsnkings.

a. Ovar 10 Y.... Eiiarience 'I" Central FleriJa: claim that any other interpretation W L.
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Succettfjlly Aiilitm Peapla Salve EitetafUfinliifl would be "unjust and Waatt. Sato 1... *,* M/,
I and luilneis Iniurenee .111.", .. unfair," the federation voted IT Cyp,... Lajiaa 47 26
to 4 with six Bstions abstainingto Puaachela Gull 44'4 '/'.. oc
S.L Ph. CY 3.1661 ria. Olfwa, Supply U, 21',
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enlarge the seeded list of 15 .
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Smartly StyledHandbags VACANT OR ALTERATIONS Blind tltchet hood In M odlMd copper DolE. Downtown. Week... month Verj Lakefront
PROPERTY modern quipment, 1010 Hlckorj CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST Need. no out old. ventln. Cornpleti nice. Reasonable. CY 4-168. '''TF
NW. CY 1-7664. Mr. Edna with fan fIxture and lljhL W This spacIous cloie.to home located
no cloelng coeti Imply bring Scho. *..,. S -"eb, 23! wldi. Average retail 50$ tot NICE: apartment for 1 orExeilent I people in a fine residential dii-
Special W360. ELLSWORTH APPLIANCES. condition and location If
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moat loan. completed the cam day SERVICE' fall Income Av*. r T K1NCOMB *w. PhowCY a : now being offered for aale at
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Spring and confidential toolDomestic ....b. 1 RUBBER STAMPS Tor check 1 BEDROOM month Furnlahed utuitiea Apartment 281-1317' the price of $35,000. The house

endowment ilgnatur" |40 plua e contains living room, dining
SS 'Loan TAX SERVICE lAb SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME other pu....... aun datlnj I bedroom
Alfred. 136 8 Lak $hors Wy. tamp aral pocket room & kitchen ,
to $25.00at RINCE IMS opponlta Bank' of Lake Alfred. .latin*. STAR PRESS Phon CY BEAUTIFUL 1 bedroom ,homa.. 2V4 baths, cellar, central heat.
$4.98 COB A A 10 M.W. CY: t-ltll Weekday 54.00 p,m. Sundayi H229 161 AT*. A, HW. TlMO Adult, Everything Other rental furolahed ATKINS.BeaonaL Separate guest bouse large
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M- Ward.p.m. l&-F.b.' FULL REAL. ESTATE SERVICE tool shed & garage. Complete
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diAl. Ideal for amalt tree*. boat dock. Lot 130' x 135' with
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((2)) Help Wanted rotund H. E 23-TF fee ownership to waters edge.
File early for quirk Shepherd mala pup I mos L, NB.
JtLILevcACOTTAGE Pollard 741 Carroll Ave. Photo*. VACUUM CLEANER Painting PaperingRepairing All abuts LEO e.rtl cat ISO on This is a very desirable property -
CY 117(6A 23r.b. CY 1-M4 SMO for the family interested

SHOP Part Time 6:00 p.m. to In older home hiving
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9 A.M. 'til T P.M. Salary $3.75 per Hour mat. REYNOLDS VACUUM Scat, clean and reaaonabl dition. Can be fInanced CY S-IOM. RENTALS
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FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS i' New. name ume formula apartm.ala 1 C :I btdrooma. Located in exclusive Eloise

FLA. CORP. DELIVERINGPROMOTIONAL I ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE Alfred. 17-:29 mit Is now offered at bargain

GIFTS NO 1 t bedroom horn ..._.............. 1100
HAPPY TIME NURSERY CLEAR. PURE Ala pool beaten price of $5,100. There II

.Speclat. 4 SELLING. CAR NECESSARY. I BUY mod appliance and furniture 4JO CY Av.S-12M C SB .and automatlo caemtoal' feeder SUNBEAM. twin Elertrlo blade.Rotary 1 HP MowerU motor. 1 room I bedroom. ...._.....I......bath........._horn.._...-.....Fla.SM a small park between this lot
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APPLY ROOM I. DRAWN and we fell need appllancei & Lake Summit. Owner will always -
OUR MOTTO CY t-7981. 17-TF 75 Ft cord. Excellent condition 4 1 bedroom tint 17!
COLD WAVE BLDG., 141 W. CENTRAL Furnltur and furniture 2851 Brook Havcndal AppllancelC Blvd, Tender Love A Care ISO 293-1741 28-30 ITS have unrestricted view of

MR. LAWMAN 1:00: P.M. a-TI' 15-TF lake and of course full use of

SHARP TUESDAY JAN. 28th. HEARING AIDS the park. Several Citrus trees
2328 ( l II-A) For Rent, Unf.53IEDROOIIt BEASLEY REALTY CO.

$10.00 Automotive IM Itk ''., iW located on this property which
la ISO' deep and excellent elivation
Month I Year FOl.K HEARING CENTER CY S-t7i7 U CY "tIT.Tl'
FARM equipment wle.man Ag Monday thru Saturday Coke Bldg 85 3rd BL, NW CB houm for rent We recommend that you
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Bob Sims In tractor and grove equipment LARRY SULT'SSPECIALS CY 1-1652 BALLS SERVICE3IZPA.IRB M4-2631! :83-TF 3-BEDROOM house and garagsciuai
Especially for You" pales lou Polk County Transportation :; to Camer SchooL 2025 26th convenience.
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COUNTRY CLUB civiL Contact Ken Hoffman phoneMS46Bt room electric kitchen. Newlv 28-1 GLENN D. GERKE
BEAUTY SALON Hutchliuon Tractor Co. foe decorated 18000. CY t-432. M57th
11839 I-" Alterations TELEVISION REPAIRS BI.. NE. ant ONE Newly Decorated furalihed I Realtor
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28-tlriocK WHITE ..alt..** wanted Imm""lat III1 bath borne with OE:
ALTERATIONS REPAIRS built-in rani oven aim
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lv mornlncj GARAGE apartment room Aisoc.
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Mr PAW Sale Co. Inc. CY W584. STARLlTiTELIYISION Elhrrt Elementary School downtown .hopplnf (6000
Antique and modern Work guiF- LADIFS WANTED TO SERYICI 1110. Phone McElrov Builder monthly. 122 Av*. C. NE: ("8 Reginald Baker
131 5th (t. BW. ll-Fb 11 ,
anteed for 12 month PICKUP LUKIER COSMETICS Polk County 294-4264. 11TiI "' 267. 28-1 2628
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iO no p tt). weekday.'rij'I M Central. Orlando 1410 WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL 11'_211 $t ,S W, .Ct J.' t I BEDROOM t batha Terr marlOUH 11000 a week Water furnlnhed. JUST COMPLETED T mom block
end. CY W292.: 21-Frb. houdfl SoutheMt ertlon 1125 3604 Av*. R. NW. 293-5202: : 2.. houae, I completely tiled bath.
I Qptlt ,9'. .M..' '.M. TOWN A COUNTRY REAL and kitchen. Deep well patio attic
TEAR CHAIRS for rent Aim LAKE ALFRED Nlr cleanlante fan apac heater terraam.Between .
Ho. tel Bed, Crutche, Walk- apartment 170.00 month for Cryital Bearh and Lake
Just,A Few Of and mall with game, address. ere. Commode Oodfrev RentaM JORDAN TV SALES BFRVICB FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO i adult! Include all utlllllel and Mlllilte 1320: m ft of living area
for big box of home needs androametics I CY "2411. 175 Av. .A, NW 16-TF NORTH OATB SHOPPING BUY 1-Bedmom 1-bnth. hoilM u.. of laundry bom. TRH( M X Va S125CJO. CY 1-3601. 3928.preened
< Premises : G.E. built-in {HO 00 per :23-TF
Our On for Free Trial, to test CENTER rmmlh with 601, applied mralnntdown
Phone 283-8501 ON CHAIN or LAKES! N.w 4
payment McELROY liUlLDERa.
Services In your home. TeU your friends, ALUMINUMSCREEN FASTEST TV SERVICE IN SOUTH 294-4254. Jl-TF J BEDROOM fumliihed hmine 1109 ....d........ bath home 40'
make money. Rush name. 1-81 7th Bt. IIW. 190 TOWN ft double carport,
Stone Setting Rings Relinked Blair, Drpt 68SAB4 Lynchburf. 1133 FORD 300" 4 Dr. Sedan LARGE 1 bedroom """,. off Lake 8-1141. at-21 .dork r Road.Went CY* 3-4740 CY S-OW1 7TFBEAUTIFUL
ENCLOSURE AWNINGS Howard Appllanru. ten TOWN *
Prongs rebuilt solid gold Va. .21- V8, Auto. Transmission ALUMINUM DISCOUNT AUTO SERVICEDODGE COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. CY FOUR room apartment 440 W.
and diamond witch bands re radio, beater .. $2,001 BALES CO. INC. CY tUM 231 .. S8-2J Orange Bt, Lak Alfred Phon FRAMB HOMB. Tarnlehed -
and diamond EXPERIENCED: nr tmennerlenced bib Bt SW ll-Fb U 872-1132. Adult onl,. 2S-TF In excellent. condItion Eleotrlrally
paired.. Rings ale* ..",...ntall..* on ronjml*- 1063 THIRD LANDAU I 1732 Oranirewood Av.. SW Very heated. CloM-la US AT*.
pendants .built to order Ion hijIe.l A F. Pterey. P7 Ave i Fully equipped, low Authorlced Factory- Service OnChryalw nice 2-bedronm I balh. Florida C. NB. U-2S:

All work rhodium finished (or O. NW CY 4-1651. 23-Feb mileage . $3,995 QUALITY CLEAN CARS .Plymouth. ..L.anc.rVallaot room 4-2871 home after For 5:00 Information p.... 2810I callCY (([ 12-C) Mortgage Loans 1100 DOWNS .

I A t BR CB Home .......,
the Ultimate In beauty WAITRESS. Lake Alfred 1 Day FLOYD
A'. im FORD FAIRLANE t DR. m SIxth st.. sw .IIIHIOl CHARLES: IfcTOMIC. R*& Broke-
Moat be neat and attractive CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bulk ftnancuiK -
tiace ever. FKim. M-M Sedan, V8 Auto RAM AUTO BALES bbS 17-I'ob. 17 112)) For Rent, Furn. yc c tiFoils ... 291-2641

CITY JEWELERS trana, WAlt ... |a,'" Ira M.. IW 3M-H1, ..r.... I ss-aj
Like Our

221/ Apply !In b peraon* neat between and dependable lou: p.m.. Sedan ..... .. ..... '1.095INI Piano Tuning & RepairE.I.nc.d RF;ALtY. K!round W. Central AtHEOtTON AT.. CY If Mortgage Loans collect A horn condition of "...t...One and owner dIgnIfy prop*..

S Sundown 00 p m Re.taurant or 1 00 p.m, Ird-10'on'1.p.m.. T-BIRD Fully EquippedOne PERT UPHOt RtFINlSHLNO. TERINO Complet- EX- -3204, 39-TF : there's a reason Irty.. Upper offer teen wanted.*. Ininex-ttoB Will tall..mall mTlted *->

-ALCOHOLICS-- ANONYMOUS Av*. K. SW M-M Owner . . $2,695 guaranteed graduate technicianBatlnfartlon FRbE. fabrle lelectlon WOLFS UP- FURNISHED upatalr apartment a wide variety of money noun. a* down Vayment, 1Garair ,

:294-1447 ESTIMATM! For appointment HOLSTERY SHOP 914 Avenu A, Large and roomy 111.60 weekly i sources FHA and Out of*Itat apartment nwoeSaSAvs.D.14S... rear at M)
Meeting Tuatdar. I'U P H. WOMENover 1061 FORD GALAXIE t DR. phnn :24-1891 Donald R JoneoSGth 8E. CY 1-1710 DayNKbt12Ftb. Adult 701 7th 81., NW. CY WKM: VA mortgage money .
County Health) DepartmentIrd 1388 St, NW :87-Feb. 26 22 18-TF
Bt. and Av*. D, NW HT..V8 Auto. Trans. I: available Saving and 11.""

P.O. BOX wu with pleasing personality Radio Heater . $1,495 - -. -... ._ - A VILLAGE OF GARDEN ; Loan mortgage money
35 15.
FOR SALESBedroom. 1-bath.
life Insurance
to $40 a week If 100. tog room, Florida room, carport*
can earn 530 1061 FORD S Door Sedan. PbOPLB 1. 1 ft 1 bedroom
FOR AVON WEN MOTOR LODGE Hwv 1?. company mortgage utility. CB. cell heat Sea at 1871IMh
;, contacting established : Auto. Transmission (13)) Automotive ((10)) Articles For Sale North. H-Feb. 21FURWWED If loam. aelected the Court. NW. 113000 Call
Experience RAIl mUM collect 28-.
Customers. Air If loan belt lulled to llamas City
1. WHITER. BRIGHTER Condition . . . $995 or
essary. unnee.l EFFICIENCIES and IVi, BEDROOMS your needs whether for INCREDIBLE for f 14.SOOT You win
CLOTHES FORD truck F210 extra heavy 60 GAL oil drum complete with
17 .
NIc. lante airy room .
not teller* It Ten after you *eIt
2. SPARKLING GLASSWARE Write P. O. Box 1060 TAUNAS STATION duty. (29000 CaU CY HJ06 fittlnii and metal stand CY MIIXI 20-TF Conveniently locited In Old Portal sale or refinancing- 3-Bedroom, 1-bath. .,tra*. Loud

SILVER WAGON . . . $595 13-29 BnlMlnf. Call CY 14851 or CY i Town & Country than two yean old. Owner Invented
can 682-4137 Lakeland GET PROFESSIONAL! carpet cleantnf 1-4167. t-TF 117.400, WHY SUCH REDUCTION
I. SOFT, LUSTROUS HAIR or 1060 CHEVROLET IMPALA Hell TR1. Rnaditer Excellent Phone condition CY ,..ull.. Rent Electric Crpt Mortgage Corp. ] MUST MOVE NORTH. 3SK'
Phi 11000
Shampooer 11 per day with purchaiie 1 ROOM dupiex, at 748 Lake Jeul. i iSine Helm Rd. BE. 16-21
i. CLEANER, SMOOTHER 2828 4 Dr. Sedan V*. Auto. 1-48J2. 2-3l o( Blue Luitr John Boland Drive Available February lit : X77 Maiaolla' CY 1-1141 I
SKIN Transmission, RAH, $1,31)5 Hardware 27-29 Adult. Reference. No pta. Contact 1960 NO DOWN PAYMENT Sbed.room. ..
CAPABLE bookkeeper for permannt 1961 VOLKSWAGEN: Deluxe model In owner M 741 Scroll .tre.l. ... ...........- Inwood Mellon. CY S-MO.
CALL poaltlon with dim firm 'In with tunrool Purchaned new TELEVISIONS ( trade-In ..t. : -TF .11- 26-Feb. T
.. 1200: mile ,
Used Trucks October, h only
.., : Juat It'
South Central Florid Mill um. 120 up. say 'chant at
All SI ISO 00 each. take over payment Ftruton Av. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
to Box A1S71 % Kw-Chlef DenIm Immedlat Store Ilb St A A
confidential H-M 1062 FORD F-lOt balance IMOW BW. M-30
replIca ale. Call alter lOOP m. CY -
Plck-t'p ........ $1,40 1-87M. 18-3 I
Garrard Grove Bervlc. CY "8NiI. Boom* Waihen Dryer* : -
ServicePhone 284 1961 CORVAIR Rampslde CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ,........ TV Set Stereo ; MONTHENDCLEANUP
Soft Water V Plck-t'p . . $1,095 I I Air Conditioner* Reconditioned -i 1 _
HOUSFKK.EPBR: WANTED fully guaranteed. Term.
Room and board furnlihed plu. 1050 FORD Wheel Drive Sale Now On. From 13096: A UP. JOHNSON

2932580it 11000 40 aalary year per old week Single Prefer Phnn woman Pick-Up .. . . .. $1,095 APPLIANCES Phone 171-1131. Lak Nlte Alfred 173-1510. ,

Rancher .... $895 SALEON
_ _ _ 24-30 : 1051 FORD RECTANGULAR! dlnlnv table. 4 _

RdJABLE: lad, to cr for 1 children SEVERAL OLDER MODELS ON ALL chain. Walnut Fxrellent enndl- OURTRADEINS
TOlR; CHURCH OR GROUP In my horn Call 11J-2M1: PRICED TO CLEARlee. $500 lion SWOP CY 1-7012. 2S-30 -

after 11 00 "...... K-M: NEW
can raise ISO.00 and more easy USED TV BETS A. b Tak t4 _
and fast Have 10 members your pick. (1000 each, Johneon t ON
((3)) Situation Wanted '63 Demos. '64 JEEP"WAGONEER' Appliance. Lak Alfrad. m-1119 _
each sell only twenty 50c packages 1TFBarnaln ,l ',';, LATEMODEL

my lovely luxurious Prayer ,' _
Grace Table Napkins. Keep week Warranty .. MITCHFLL air conditioner b
WANTED: A job I day a a* Factory .
|2S 00 limoN Refrigerator
$50 for your treasury. No a m.ld. Good reference Phone 11995. SUNBEAM electric _
money needed. Free Samples. CY 1-38S2. -M- 1063 FORD Galaile "500" Club broom SIS 95 Term Elf-*. SPECIALS WARD

Anna Wade Dept. 151AB4 MAN: mature. educited. penonabl Vie. Loaded Including WORTH APPLIANCES :26-38 JERRY riCKARD BILL'

-28- ., Wrong need parttlm job. factory air condo No. (53
Lynchburg .
BLUE formal ii 11 Excellent!
What have your Call CY 1422: SPECIALS MONTH-END ONLY
Excellent reference 2S-1 Only .... .. . $Z.M condItIon Call CY 4-2061 after -
100 pm. H31ROLLAWAY :
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY SMALL carpenter painting Job ortre 1063 FORD Galatle "500" 4 Dr. 1955 BUICK 2Dr. Hardtop 1953 CHEVROLET 4-Door

trimming. or mowing. CY Sd. Loaded Including factory BEDS Baby Bed
MSM. 1211 Avenu C, NW. 2S-M air condo No. IHt HIghchair Chain Saw.* Leaded Including Automatic Tranimliiion,
Floor Poll.II..*. tJ. DO IT
1J"9 Only ... . .....a P.7IS RENTALS :MOt AT*. 0. NW. 25-TF Air Condition. Radio & Heater.
---- 1955 BUICK 4Dr. Sedan
I ---....- ((4)) Lost & Found 106) FORD Galaile XL 4 Dr. FLOOR Sample Sofai chair, ta- $12500LOADED.

liT.' Electric windows ft See Them Now At ... lampa. etc II 00 A up.. .
Term. .
I O..11ty Watch a.4 Warehnii** Furnltur Sit
LOUT kopIa vicinity of Poet Office lenin Loaded Including $38-h .t" NW. lS-27 YOUR CHOICE
......" Reb Reward. Eetura to New* factory air condo No. 11M GIL HALL BUICK 1956 PONTIAC 2-Dr. Hardtop
11-TF conTdltlon I
Chief. SIMMONS HIDE-A BED Good $29500
Only ........ ... .. $3.11S I New uphoUury- ISO 00. I Green & White Fully
IT Feb. 11 LOST-Metal folding Uble Flea** 301 Sixth St., S.W. Phon 2>M* e e
return to It.,. E Lee,1m 14lhSt 1063 FORD Galaxle "SIM" 4 Dr. 1959 FORD 2Dr. Sedan
.. N.W. er call _1402. IT-:* factory TFMPOO heater Ilk. Co.t I
11?. Loaded Including: 2f3-4144 gas new 1956 PONTIAC 2Dr. SpL Cp.wills .
(I I.A) InstructionsU.S. Own., Identify.CT air condo No. CON 50000" FIrM 13500 Uke It. 6 Cyl. Standard 1
a CY H411:! after 5:30: p m. 3030Sceendpttoncd LOADED.
$1811I.. 21-It: Only ...... ......... $ZltS Z7-n Stick 1 Tranlmrllron\\ YOUR CHOICE

Civil Service Testsl LOST-STRAYED MaultlM TomCat FORD Fatrlane Custom ] appllancea HOTPOINT $39500
whit 1063 oo
Black and gray ..
Business I ran upright 295
Men women 18-62. Start high tom""ch. dark! lip*. Reward. IK* Ranch Wagon. No. 701 ) freeier MAYTAD wrlnaerwa

as $162.00 a week. Preparatory 4th St. N.B. n 21 Only ......... ...... 5Z.315 her. Ta ,m .. ELLSWORTH 1958 FORD 2Dr. Hardtop

training until appointed. Thousands LOST: Tn femal Com Child SPACES APPLIANCES I62SI V.,, Radio; i Heater. 1957 OLDSMOBILE 2Dr.
M147 after 4 no . Unit II" a 22. 110 OB month I
of Jobs open. Experience p,,pot.,,. Call CY H-M Halley Ford Co. If :26, SUM month. Winter Haven ...................... $29500 Sport Coupe Fully
usually unnecessary FREE information Boat 8loraf. Jnd Street NW.
in Jobs salaries requirements. 104 East Central Ave. '341112S CY 1-4JI2. 17 Feb 14 Equipp.d
Write TODAY giving ((5)) House TrailersFOR 1954 FORD Sedan 1957 OLDSMOB'ILE 4Dr. HT

name, address and phone. CHOICE downtown ground floor of Automatic' Transmission
Service Box A.UTS c/o SPEEDOMETER: : TachoraeurComplet lice. A-1 location 16 It. s M ft. ww NO. GRIPPER Fully Equipped.
Lincoln SALE: Ift-aoO1 1S61 Pathfinder servIce and new cable Air conditioning and heat Included .: Radio & H..+er. Good 2nd YOUR CHOICE
NewiCWet kltcben. bedroom 4710 : month on 1 iwo TOWN
Front L 4 Service. aa Ilk 8X. wCY at II2S per i Car.
New Tampa Highway .Lakeland. 4-42M- i-TF COUNTRY REAL FJTATB. Ul.elly refer*. f. the Mrt.
WE: 'have Immediate *pc. avaIlable FlorId 16-Feb. : CY 1.1141.FOR 36-1S: I $ $39500
.. I45
for teaching thre praepee- aeceitery .* "lnl.4! f. .

live IBM Keypunch Operator. 1MD NASHUA Mobile..Home. ready 10' nW IM CHEVY. CI.... ..-000. T4S : f., the (,;"*., fin.... .* the i
pleat com. lint *.,..d. Call now 1-Bedroom all up Ave. P, NW CY 1-M40 14-27 ILLS Biwlne Rental
10 live In with 10 a W aluminum *.. t. the iht t.
toe .n. of the** iparee. or"me Property Station garage, : P' f"P 2
It\' WINTER HAVEN awning In nice court on ...... 151 COMPACT Station Wacon.New body hop worth M BUSINESS: COLLEGE.ll Mariana. Will give poneulo *tone tl",.. enilne bat pverttaut.d.sIoa.fOS. tit: ,ono r.i.A< !irooK REALTY :;
*. Leaving for the north and 170 W. Pierce SU UkeAlfred CO.. AUBIRNOALE. 27-1
FOR all type of bualnee eou....*. moot aell. Mr, Opal Carter Wagon FR I-tOM. .::11 : "a
Wheel Trailer park Ill Hwv
Inll'majoring Typing In IBM Secretarial keypunch Account-, rail 12 RaN Winter Haves ..-. PRIVATE w F.1fWlt sell '61 ((9)) Business OpportunityFOR w= P1NCKNEY OLDSMOBILEUSED

BUBINE8S BelAIr 4-Uoor Radio ,
WINTER HAVEN Chevrolet "
E..JK-I181. 0" eom. ") '. real clean automatic for motor :
firs (35 Aenu B. NW :3S-Feb :21 ((5-A) Moving & Storage with 4 karrela. Call CY WMJ between BATE Body Rhon, Eaulpment : 1 CAR 'LOT -
tooam .4nipm. or *** With I..... Phone Aubirndal -
at MS Av*. If. N E. nftr I::00 p m. WO 7-IS20. 10-tt WW CY 37M7Page
DAffY p, $moo IMPERIAL MOVTNO STORAGE. 27.J1W7 Corner of 3rd St. at tIN Water Tower PSoosi

GETS .MVLI .II Prompt and moving efficient. need ervtc. Call for CADILLAC--Sedan DeVllle.: HOTEL 13 unit*. 1 year old W -

COSJfSCBVICI CY your S-41N for free *tlmate*. Beautiful Tar At e ondltl ... roouo US am c1n... SeA Locauoa i 61 eveeoo .. SW 294.122'J

rig THE MW Agent for Atlaa Van Lin**, IwMrvuuj Ne trad. Caa be M.' at 130 Art Ia WiBMr Ha,*a. CY IU1'ltI'l ... .. .21
PIKXCIOKf all W iaUa, Jt-Tf I C, SW




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i iI Man Attacked Legal Adverti.+ngI 1Iof t'T Aa 7C 0rf'uTr
I = 4orePirre. LET HIS &NRELT FALL, aUo2m.Y.R

I Classified Advertising welereugtlMR; -en- .ryt i t I .Or1
I BuckWFWAHITTHKA I lf: 3Rit.KI t'2S

By Big II
, 'I I 1 IN RK Emytti BtrrATK MOAfrr : OF 2

1 ((13)) Real fetate for Sale |It13)) Real Estate for Sale' I II II I (Tpn ._ bass r MStumTic D.0.5r.e..11. .. C7A t e

Motes l PMmnu Han
To Ail *n<
I I Anhrr RnweUa. M. fled V
In, eI.lm.t n.m n.. AlA tlllC
runa hook deer frcwt Mi I. field KittiitrYou I

A Deal Is A Deal I Especially Nice 'rk"ard I and was atase4.4. and MM Mrk "I"roJ: Core i iI 19
I h, nottVo ti rife "I Mid wrd sell at the .. twril nlashcd by the allienal'antiwera i I m. Cent I demands htrfc >fn

pralsal yrtee MId ",*e *ill eI, m zo-mlmrtr (truffleR toe.t ..,."'-, the ..tatt fd KmM I
Mast mat AMhwiKh it ts Iew..r In Hand Crprea* EAatc "'" .w Hla. rrroftrhKt with vt nAna O..t. d..*....<. la tile ottlMM f 9Ooen
offer this e' cr teo rily Chan MrttaM A. .moon n CminJt >
than care thank It .*..M I k. 10 tltohe' In Ms far .M
e otT*. to the Cntnlnmf
twdroon 2 bath home with Fli. *' .1 Ole
Our loss will be your gain 1 UM >t I more larenrtkMi ra his arm <- CI *nrtn.. FterM. wltM 1-

ihow you the lov lv 3 hPd rlda Room overlooking larj I and nhmiMer. said the seven. UK. r.lendnr menthe help Januan
to woe fruit tn.. and irriwtton of tktfirm
14 IM4 htrh I. .It. Ante
*b tW Km
peon. 2 bee I point bUl'k-abltrl artrace slMstMMfiily nntlc.
.r III.
thH ret.IltatIM
ovate m ttimpletr
sod built.In extras which you I Urne4 on Un and Staeh rlmm' .r toman must be \ ,
picture for a low o( Ill M W E'7 M ', r ,
price W -51
.500 Only .,. the plaMof
no buy for $18 threw him to the ground will III rltlni imi* ON *i isj M A nt' r
flows ead we'll Zp.T the clog: antlen TwMnifi- eel pest efflr a* Itr,o-L TH r -S'S
Its INM Rl Rf1fAT R,
of the rlalmani. must ka K 10tt AR[ A ill17111y
eats Ma.y other features. t.- lie held the antlers to keel .dnu...". to and nraM M fllMaf .. :: i'Rlftl. ANr VL Mf' T Ii s I RLicvr CoolneAMItJE 'OU A. 7M. r ,

I umtrous ee mention bore Be $18,900t from being gored. Rowelln saM, .,r..iaM or ..!.. lam. will *' ctN1 its MY NCII MCRt VOR Ty0s 30CS. 'AtX ,N6 J ,
lure sad eaU about tint one! and wreathed with the buck until """. .n'd >Mn 16te0Ri MAT '+ Me''t rtw Rw A AV.NJL _
fATtnNAL Mitt
DAT[ f'y'nM'NERt
THE: nxmnuHAWK !1151 REMARK NCR '
the .nltul l barked away a few AT LAKEIAND to( TOUR NANDSOMC YoLM3QtAUPRRIR

JOHN G. WOOD i ; : I feet R welU then ran to the 8* LAWRFHC!: a L\WK. ;iiij

& Assoc. Inc.I >:d ; ; home of a brother who managed Vice Pros. 4 Tru.t OfficesWnecul0r

'M.t'f4)1 ). I I to run on the bitch and ouch OBBY' A WTM.: oI
.2517 ThMM 293.9338 -.
MS RowelU to a hospital PO flex 11HWlnt
23.29 .r Ma"fti lie
: WARREN SECkEL, Realtor I AHornAt Lav r

MORTCArES FOR RAI.I Miss Taylor Jan 14. 31. 31, T*. 4. !!S4 : : 1 1 l
p O Boa 7. Cypr**. G&rd.n.. I ..21j 2T "l4* i ; :

i Florida. _* '. lrw mnn.rn 3hedmnm onto.;. I To Be Draped JoIOTlt'I oF "A"'O, 1tlroaE: I yPfwmiSimSip w "s ;
MOSCOW SinIrnm ..e.( eem IInm. Mn..ln 514 Av. C. ,
PAYMBNT that a I
NL a13lto I CY 34360 12Fnbill'Tnrr la b "Bjr Clvm
I1th" ...IUng h.at taiMt .. LODI Italy (UW-An tsl heating' will b. held at tilt Jack :1- *
b Hit In kltrtMW Very nHLOVELY opMRTrvIrY5RMty.ne that A"itnrlum hi 'h.11) M
Ian Judge ruVl Monday innlltr
Call C'Y 1<<1II'I. 3a.pSD16o01ihaIIlus. .111 I P.-..-
Mm. bb. .. Florida rnnlllIZ7 Fliwbeth TayJor. Winter vnu al a 00 a m n -- - -
Mlsanoso III NW Onl' SM 'I .IId I pictures of 13, W4 behnv the Winter
".d= ... kl1 -- CY 3044& 18-10 I seed hi advertlnements for the Harm Board 411 Adjiuunrnt teethe ,
11) I 01 eMI.ld.rI"l the Jlf'ttIII IISWk't', r. :
DnWN PAYMENT. I9I-IIIM .".r film Cleopatra" Men purpose|[ W L. FANNIfA In ,,hlrti -------m i OUR GHO1B rR AvFRtJM
.... "'-TF Italian iswJudge l P *. tJ6 .
,..00 Home And Pool! Ills peMHimtr ha r qiifsl I J3'
!: Franoe NI Noretlo ordered MrtftON TO EJMBCT A TAR T {

4.h TvM IAW........ I BMmwn CtineMr err('Ie i,... I Bargain the pictures banned or m PORTE rwrr OVER FROM CTlBTrNt WIIa'r PROPERTY SLAB. rTe: I I Q

a... ,,_ PkW4A. ]firma. Cant. draped In white paper filing a LIME: AT 811 AVFMT5 1. 8 L
..$t 'tl tIIIII. CY 1-/IfI11. U1.TKE law which prohibits advertisement Doled It Winter Hawn. Florida
I $15,650 displaying. "undrett. thin lint nw-ll..TTFTWOOMFlorMa "nM1': WRITER HAVEN BOARDOF
nwm. fcullM. nitc .navtn. female figures to a provocative ADJfSTMEVTOnm :! to(
Elw-Trend lint 1 I.If.tlm, Imsirtne i truly 1M'f'''. wi pone that ran disturb and seri Pirtln. Jr.

(*.ln link fww LnniM J..l'Iwl torn-built home with nrswimmlnc ousl)' offend the lance of youths ChairmanKy
Vina**. flwikFR WTIL IAMtI. pool and patk W. C WolfBulMlnc .
nCE or Tint Can 2v11-1411. IW1 under 18 years of ag*. ft EmM t>I lr* *>r
for only 115, Jan. N. lint
This four year old ref .
SUN ACRESparmeat dence eonslnts of two bedrooms Japanese 'IOTlnt OF HlARrVJ: BFFORK

paneled Florid I BOARD OF AlWrwrMFVTNotlf .
I lI.d_ rli IMotto. Form, modern kitchen will Smoke ProgramTOKYO ,. hereby ,lv.n that a
... will beheld at th. JackFulls
I..th Run Arn hearing'
I 1Ioe.- t bullt.lnl and a house full I of idltorlum In the Oily '"(
34. dews ThantIpayments. ) (UPI) The Japanese
charm. AU of the rooms II Winter Haven at t 00 a m en PVbniary -
government, which has a 19 IMt b.for. the Winter 1 SPARED YOUR fRlNOI, 1UTTNIYItCOMIN/HER/II MASHfy l_
taU ,.,.,., ".rdl. roT .12t. o. th J i exceptionally well monopoly on the tobacco bust Havn Board of Adu.'m..t torth. oail i u lt1t1ANO ills ACKJ /11. ,
Ana WIft,_ CY .11. a2-TF maintained home are largi of ronmdrrlns th. rtltlon *- [ t1tM(0'INC > J'r
nets here, has started I nationwlde nurpxM PROT[ OrR.
and carefully planned for to halt M JOHN KATR08 (CYPRF88 1 CIT'/' ''RET
campaign TIRE ('0.I ID which, Cite potltlon.r !
BUILDERS the utmost in living pleas
smoking among Juveniles. ban r.qu'.t''! APPROVAL
lira the U.S. Public TO ENLARGE AND REMODEL:
Spurred by
Do your family a favm PRESENT :t'g
Screen Porch $5,100 S55 Reslth Service report that t. TAPRELL TERRACE.: :
Month. by letting us show you thli smoking causes lung cancer, Died at Wi.I.r ,,&Yon. Florida,

Per delightful offering today the Health and Welfare Mini.. '"I. lib day of Januarr 1W4!

Can Jerry MardliCY fry has Instructed regional gortrnments WINTER AWIT8TMEHTOoorr HAVTN! BOARDOF

4-1211 LEIS BROS. to curb smoking by rtrtln. Jr.

REALTORS teenagers In cooperation with Chairman 8
fly W C. WMfBulldlnt .
BAN WINTERSCYJ1CS 1200 alb St., N.W. parents educational ind police 4 Eonlnc! tMraetor :

"Oppociia North Gate" authorities J.". S 1M4 .

Z S.tf 2M-31I7 Nltes CY t.RSZ -
Lak Artan*. )). road botwMMo .
and Kit. >W """ 1>vHO . -

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ready for admiration .. a I SC A 5 44GCR
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Notices For ThU Department ?'
new two and three bHroorr Beasley Realty t:

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Garden Grove.JOHN .

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Hall eaih. BY OWNER. 111 LAKE JULIANA : DUO-THIRM space beater with' toJ .
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and cl'"n.r Hack sail 1.1k.
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