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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 30, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
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Moon ShotCAPE Viet Nam Government


KENNEDY (UPI) -

The United States, shooting for

Its second apace victory in 11

many daya, launched a camera- .
Pro American
carrying Ranger probe today on

BEN O'MEARA RIDES CHICO a planned 240,000-mile journeyto

a. A Perfect Run In Green Jumper Closi get the first closeup pictures
of the moon. General Leads
A silvery, 103.foot Atlai-Agena
ShowDazzling Off rocket thundered from Its
Horse launching pad at 10:49: a.m. M 71W1et7
EST with the 804 pound iclentifio Ruling JuntaSAIGON
package America' first
moonshot in 15 months -tuckedIn
lea noae.Scientists. South Viet Nam

In Start planned to put Tough, pro American JhJ.
: : Ranger In a to-called "parking"orbit Gen. Nguyen Khanh overthrewthe
about 110 miles above
ruling military junta todayin
earth, and then fire the Agena
By THURSTON WILLIS I Blue Fox owned and shown Ga., as two.time winners on second stage to push the probe a bloodless coup be said was
Staff Writer by W. Dardon Hall of Brent- the opening day of the five toward deep space.If necessary to "sweep away the
The Fifth Annual Imperial wood, Term., won the Amateur- day show all goes at planned, the Communist and traitor who
Charity Horse Show got underway Owner Working, Open Class Fieldstone Farm picked up Ranger would arrive at the I are In favor of neutralism.
yesterday with some old In the evening events, Right victories in the Walking Horses moon In about 66 hour, early 1 The 36-year-old Khanh, commander -
familiar names popping up Decision, owned by Holland Ladies with Merry Boy's Sunday morning. of the key 1st Army
along with a few newcomer Ranch, Inc., and shown by Son, shown by Merrill Talbot, The launching came 24 hour I Corps, apparently was backed
hand Charles Smith of St. Petersburg and added first place in the after U.S. scientists shot
giant
Over 500 fans were on a by most If not all of the leaders -
for the four jumping event opened the performanceby Junior Walking Horses event Saturn-I super rocket Into orbit of the South Vietnamese
, during the afternoon, and 400 taking first place in the with Midnight Sunburst, show and claimed"world supremacy armed force in toppling the
braved temperatures In the Three-Gaited Saddle Hones, by Boyd Hudgins. In rocket power. I three month old junta shortly
40's to watch the star-itudded Junior and Senior Division. Fifteen events are schedule The 10 story Atlas Agen rr aa' III IIIry before dawn without firing a
14 events in the evening show. Mr. Alan Robson of West for tonight's performancewhich climbed smoothly from Its ahot.
at 7:30. Two
While the spectator might Chester, Pa., another consistent event begins scheduled In: Ring B launching pad atop a pillar of So swiftly and efficiently was
have preferred warmer temperature winner in last year's show, with are Jumper and lIandy brilliant red name and smoke the coup planned and carried
!, the itar performers, the won the Flve-Gaited Saddle Open Hunters scheduled to Within 30 seconds it streake out that Saigon appeared completely
horses, prefer the cooler weather event showing Intoxication. Working Thirteen event are through low.hanging clouds 4,000 l normal on the surface
The horses perform betterin Wayne Hager on Kebu, a perform. feet and delicate
began
slated for Ring A with some of up a late in the day lave for the
brisk weather four-time winner last year, the nation's top horses and riders curving are down the Atlantic presence of troops stationed at
Frank Chapot, a consistent took top honors in the Arabian missile
participating. range. GROWERS VISIT EXPERIMENT STATION-More than 180 grower from Highlandi key points.
winner In last year's off in show the, Driving Horse, Pleasure Type Ninety seconds after liftoff the and Polk counties visited the Lake Alfred Citrus Experiment Station yeiterdey for the Khanh said in a broadcast
show of the
started the Jan Culpepper Triangle
First rocket climbed through the annual grower1 fi.ld day. Following a aeries of talks by station experts on citrus related over Saigon Radio that be
Hunter, second
Green Working Ranch, Haines City, was SchoolGraduates fringe of space and left a bril acted to prevent a French Inspired -
Year, event by taking first on Jlrji in this keenly contested Nurses' llant white vapor trail. The subjects, the group toured the facility neutralization of VietNam

place with Cool a new additionto event with I Khalif, rna byMrs. apace agency said at that point, He hinted the ousted Jun.
bin stable. The Wallpack, I John R. Vance "the looks I members had been
trajectory rood Citrus Growers ta plotting
NJ.. rider and owner also and shown by Richard Lee taking
13 After burning for a little more Interest Increases In with French agents to this end.
picked up third place on BarTender third place .
then two minutes, the Atla Saigon Radio broadcast a deer
William
owned
by
Night Flight,
Cobar, owned toy Rlsln Creek Gill Jr., Oklahoma City. booster engine wn cutoff and signed by 11 Vietnamese t
(tin .f Atlanta, Ga., and took first place in the dagieAoedater separated Visit :Stations\ \\ late
tookm4 Be Shown TO Here Tonight Scientists fired the world
to
hawm by _Earl TrMler Opea
la tbe Green Wwrfc- Bike event,' nosing out Dark heaviest satellite an 84-too I Citrus Queen, the youthful Khanh had replaced
Hunter, Second Year, while Pick, owned and shown by Edwin section ,01.>burned mil rocket MaJ. Gen, Duong Van
Cornbread. owned by Coosaw Sims of Lexington, Ky. The 1983.M class of the pratical !' easing and sand ballast Into r At Lake AlfredBy Minh ai chairman of the new
Farms and shown by Russell Sims also won the Single nurses school will hold orbit Wednesday with a mighty Civic groups In H titles have f be featured on ABC's junta and as head of state
Stewart of Dade, S.C., won top ness Pony event with graduation ceremonies tonight Saturn-1 super booster, and submitted applications to sponsor I For a Day" television Reliable sources said Nguyen
honor in the Green Jumper Creek Gallant Guy to Har'j in the Florida Room of the Florida promptly claimed an end to candidates for Florida Citrus I which will originate in BILL WATSON Ngoc Tho, who had been the
.... I.I.CI. Fieldstone Farm of Citrus Building beginning Russia's acknowledged leadership Queen, It was revealed today Haven that week, and for a Staff Writer civilian prime minister of the
at I o'clock according to Mr. I in rocket power. by Bill Carter, chairmanof as hostess In the Florida More than ISO citrus grower provisional government set up
---""'!"'" "H "1 : ,';;!.t..f" Florence Bertotto, Instructorfor The Saturn, perhaps twice the 1964 contest to be held at the New York World'a from throughout Highland and in the wake of the overthrowof
', the course. as muscular as the biggest Soviet during the Citrus Exposition The 40th annual Florida Polk Counties were guests 01 the Ngo Dlnh Diem regime
The 13 graduates are: Mrs. space booster, "did takeus here In March rue Exposition I will be held f the Lake Alfred Citrus Expert lilt Nov 1 and 2, bad been
Mary Acrt, Mrs. Pauline Dan- ahead of the Rusilans In the Dozens of other applicationswill ] March 7 to 14. The Queen I ment Station for the annual Citrus fired
lets, Miss Beverly Gideon, Mrs. ability to carry a payload Into doubtless be submitted be- test will be held during Growers' Field Day and Minh war seined and taken
Farah Johnson, Miss Mary Key, orbit," said Robert Seamans, fore the deadline on Feb. 15, I day, and Involve tour of the station yesterday. under heavy guard to general
Miss Lea Lewis, Miss Gail associate administrator of the but the cities already heard with the panel of five Dr. Herman Reitz, horticulturist start headquarters outside Saigon.
Lovern, Miss Mary Newklrk, National Aeronautics and from are Miami, Coral Cables, I I and competition In swim in chrage, was host for .
Mrs. Mary Rackley, Mr*. Louise I Space Administration Winter Park, Palatka, Jacksonville and evening gown. The the gathering and In additionto MInh himself had taken power -
Seckinger, Miss Verlon Walker, Advanced versions of the Sat- Orlando, Gainesville, St. nation Ball will be on the opening greeting to the with the ouster of Diem, and
Mrs. Sabra Wise, and Mrs, urn are expected to take three- Petersburg, Tallahaasee, Lake ,I day night, March 11 In some grower of, the gave research a short projects talk on lad been given recognition and

Marjorie Worthan. man teams of U.S. astronauts Alfred and Haines City i Mayo Hall.Turner. bring carried on by the station. (Continued On Page 5 Col. I)
The one-year course was to the moon later this decade.
Wn When the applications are In, He explained what the station
r + sponsored by the Polk County Unmanned nights by Ranger the Citrus Queen Contest Committee I was for and said that out
Board of Public Instruction and. probes will pioneer the way, will select the top 23inalists Seeks of the 65 professional staff Youths Admit
was held at Winter Haven Hospital perhaps by helping locate the
who will be Invited to members at the station, 42 are
an affiliating agency (Continued On Page S Col. 5)) Winter Haven to compete In tile employed by the University of
Mrs. Bertotto said this will finals on March and I. Florida Extension Service, 18
be the llth graduating class of Fruit ShipmentsWINTER The 1964 Citrus Queen I II not House SeatJACK by the Florida Citrus Commission 23 BreakInsTwo
the school and the number of
three the
United State
only In line for a $1,000 grand by
graduates: having taken the. JIAVEN (UPD) prize but she has a chance to Department of Agriculture and
course at Winter Haven Hospital Winter Ha-
Lwr two are researching, on special year-old
Is 127. Daily carloadlngi (In boxes) I grant. ten boy, apprehended I lait
The Winter Haven Plot Club from the Fruit and Vegetable No Frost lie noted that the station lethe week on two charge of auto
will hold a reception for the Inspection Division: largest concentration of heft, have admited( to 23
event and will present a $25 LAKELAND (UPI-The mor
the ireak-ln and 1
professional researchers In attempted
By rail, 19,410 grapefruit, 4,*
ash award to the outstanding sing temperature bulletin from U.S. working on problem of reak-ln In the Winter Haven
raduate. 694 oranges, 75 tangerines, 5,219 the Lakeland Weather Bureau: r the citrus Industry, area since November of last
temples; by truck, 59,150 grapefruit Forecast for peninsular Florida r Dr. Relti then presented theresearch year,
24,601 oranges, 1,295 tan- for tonight and Friday; programs of the eta Winter Haven police said today -

Russia Orbits erines, 17,703 temples, 1,018 Considerable cloudiness and 3)e I In the form of a brief out- the boy had earlier admitted -
,
warmer Occasional rain likely beginning with the research to seven break-In and
murcotts; total 78,560 grapefruit northern d I t r I c 11 Friday. program in citrus pre one attempted break-tn. When

29,295 oranges, 1,370 tinerines Lowest temperatures Friday ceasing. liked to cooperate with the police -
Space SystemMOSCOW 22,913 temple, 1,018 morning, ranging from the 40'i "One of the things we feel Is department the two youths
RODNEY JENKINS ATOP JONNIE BeFlorida nurcotts for a (shipping total of extreme north to the JO's central of utmost Importance in theproceasing greed and gave police a com
Entry from West Palm Beach 133,156 boxes and to the 60'* southern dice field," he laid, "I* plett rundown on the establishments -
(UPI) The official Cannery receipts, 82,551 grape- I tricts. lute of the product. The they had broken Into.
Soviet new agency Tau fruit, 342,632 oranges, 7,713 tangerines Future temperature outlook: way of determining taste I They also admitted to stealing I.
Horse Show ScheduleTonight's laid today Russian scientist ; for a cannery total of No frost danger through Satur- 1 .* by using a panel of taste a Jeep from a grove service

have put into orbit "a spacesystem" 32,896 boxes.Reregistration. day.- -- through experts, research but today being, done partly by was barn,missed but returned it before it

containing two scientific station Instrument anal)
The Investigation was conducted -
Events Tass"stations.arid: Registration Period Gets I la taking over of for determining "- by Identification Officer
the taste products
Main. Waters and Detective
"In the USSR, today a
L. TURNER
Continued Page 5, Col. 1))
( on
Starting Time 7:30 p.m space system two scientific ._ Wayne Roger
stations Elektron-1 and Elek- Extension For Extra Week Jack L. Turner, -- --- --

RING A Iron.2 have been put by one city commissioner, today
powerful carrier rocket Into essentially I Bodies Of Three U.S. Airmen
I IS Thr.-Goit.4; Op. Not belldin I 11.2 different artificial will continue go to Bartow or Lakeland, the nounced his candidacy for
It Sm,l. Hec kn.y Pony Opec earth satellite orbit." It precinct location through- I'I county's two registration points. County representative I r 0 I
IT Open P.nd. Horwi The Soviet launching came out Polk County at lead until I' Through these registration Group 2.Turner.

IF| Walking Fi..G.it.d i Hon.Mini MiniIf o, Geldings t. bi Ridden by a Lady one day after the United States 1 Friday, Feb. 7. It was announced points about 30,000 have been an architect, To Arrive In Berlin Tonight

20 Morg.n ".,,.,., English placed a 37,700 pound satellite today by Mr. Blanche I enrolled, but the county' registration lived In Polk County for the
II' SiHfl. Hlr... Pony Open into orbit from Cape Kennedy, Work acting supervisor of registration before the commissioners I BERLIN (UPI-The bodies G. Millard, 33. The Army also
111 year He 28 and
22 W.Ikine Horn, StilUni GiUinft changed the precinct
21 Fine Hanna Ho..., Mm .r Gilding, T. I. Drvn! by a Lady If registration Is heavy during line was 76,000. ried. three U.S. airmen killed sent a flatbed truck"and a
24 Anbi CI....,. Hon EngUhJJ Fla.Woman I Soviet Jet fighter trailer to retrieve the wreckageof
Thru.6aisd, Open Our I 1112t PlungesTo the next week the period In the Winter Haven area, He graduated from the their unarmed trainer
Sin,I. Roidtftr Opt ). b. ih.wit t. liU may be extended again, she the registration point have versity of Florida, where he in East Germany Tues the plane, the sources old
]7 Arabian PI....,. H.... W....... DeathMIAMI IIld. been established close to the active In the student will be brought to West j The three men were killed
With lea than a third of the precincts Involved. All resident .
tonight, authoritative when Soviet Jet fighter
RING BUD BEACH (UPI) A potential voter enrolled, Mr. of the four precincts Inside the ment, and I I. a member of said. their aircraft down forced East
63 year old Englewood, N.J., Work ordered one-week bondsries at Alumni Assoclstlnn. over
a extension city register city
The of their T39
wreckage Germany the
near
of
OP. Jump., T.W. Ill, $... 2 city Er
111. Handy;/ W.rlt Hunt., .rFriday's woman scrawled a note to IIbusb.nd << of precinct reglstrstlofl hall, plus those who live In He has served Auburndale .jet trainer also will be furt, about 120 miler southwest
Wednesday in a trembling in hopes that a substantial the Hartrldge, Lake Region and ommlssioner and mayor here, the sources ssld. of Berlin.
Events hand then plunged to her number would be enrolled before Cypress Gardena areas, or north tern for the past two years The U.S. military bison mice The plane had been on i
death from a seventh floor window next Friday. Originally, east and south of the city. to the Soviet forces In training light from Wiesbaden,
of a hotel in this resort the re-registration at the pre Those living west of the city- war recently Germany went to the West Germany, when It
Morning Events Starting Time 10 aun. City, police reported 1 clnct level was to end tomor- Inwood, Westwood and Lake re-elected to another .-, scene from Potsdam and strayed over East apparently Germany
Mn Marjorie Perrin, who irow. Deer areas-register at the term. transporting the bodies nd due to a navigational error -
RING A had been here with her husband i When the re-registration was County Barn for District I, He baa been active In wreckage back to the .

2sS+.9.a.; F..," for' six week, bad been ill and ordered by the county com- which is on Ave. 0, NW. civic and community The VJS. State Departmentsaid
2' 51.11I. F..1.4 114)..U despondent for 10 year. listeners the registration staff Eloise and Lake Chipp Height the latest being the March A U.& Army ambulance was Wednesday that the Soviets
10 Junl.r Chan I Her illness caused her hands arranged for enrollment ef Yot.ers resident register at Holliiter'i Mmes campaign which he from West Berlin for the I shot down the plane In an
II Stllll. F.d.d .1161. to tremble so much that the at points close to their grocery Lake Alfred and Eagle ected.. He is secretary of of Lt Col. Gerald K. "Inexcusably brutal act of Vie=
U Stalli.e, F..I.d 'If49 .,. k.,... note could not be read, police precincts to eliminate the MOsity Lake voter register at their nburndale Rotary Club and ford, 41, Capt. John F. lence," and demanded punishment -;
Continued On Page Eleven! said 0: aU voter having to respective city halls. (Continued On Pg. 1 Column < 34, and Cape Donald for those responsible.


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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, R.ORIDX ThunJay, January 30, 11H

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ArraignmentIn 500,000 Aged Florida Chain Mrs. Oswald Asks Counsel Mathews Slams Paul Hendrick Business Study

Holding Jobs Economic View Slated By Kynes

WASHINGTON (UPt-Near-) To Defend PENSACOLA (UPI-Guberna TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Du.
Her Slain
Martin ly half a million persons over Of Missions To Son tonal I candidate John Mathews Retired LocalMerchant val County Solicitor Edward

73 were till holding jobs in I criticized the .t.t.'. "coldly Booth will head up a Utewid
1980 the Census Bureau aid I FORT WORTH UPI) Mrs. He said he would go on a national economic viewpoint" in dealing committee named by Atty Gen
Wedneaday Marguerite Oswald pleaded peaking tour, starting at with alcoholism and mental James Kynes to study Florida
Case DelayedA There were 340,000 men occupied I Hear Dr. Taylor Wednesday that her eon, Lee the Town Hall of New York health In a campaign speech DiesPaul laws on fraudulent business
In farming, the professions Harvey Oswald, be defended City Feb. 18. Other cities he here Wednesday! chemes.
or trades, and 127,000 I 'before the Warren Commission mentioned were Los Angeles, The Jacksonville tate Kynes aid fraudulent business
senator
27-year-old Bftow woman women, most of them workingat in an attempt to remove the San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit, aid the state was also F. Hendrick Sr., 77, of practices are becoming an In.
and her 20-year-old boyfriend, occupations connected with I assassin's brand. Philadelphia, and "several college filling from a humanitarianviewpoint 111 Third St., NW died yesterday creasing problem in the date
charge with tint degree murder the home and children. Her attorney Mark Lane of campuses,. by not having the at the Winter Haven Hoapltal and laws needed to be .lreD,.

In the laying of her husband x New York, appeared jointly He dd most of the speeches facllltlea necessary to treat at after a brief illness.He thened. He called on all prosecuting .
with Mra. Oswald and aid he would be sponsored by the "Na of the alcoholics, and mentally the and operator attorneys Wednesday to
appeared In a Polk Circuit Tower Of Pisa would make a aeries of public tional Guardian," a weekly retarded adults and children. of was the original owner Blue Ribbon take part in the study,

Court yesterday but were not appearance to defend Oswald. newspaper. Shoe Shop and established the "We must give constant attention .

arraigned because they were not The two told a minute Lane said he hoped the tour HAS Shoe Shop in 1930. He to keeping the business

represented by counsel. I In OfCollapsing S pre s conference Wednesday would pressure the presidential Medic Admits retired In 1945. climate! of" Florida free from
Shirley Ann Martin and Joel Danger they were not convinced of Oa- commission headed by Chief A native of Yugoslavia, he suspicion, the new attorney
wald'a guilt In the assassinationof Justice Earl Warren, Into letting came to the United States during general said
Lawrence (Steve) Wilson appeared President Kennedy. him appear. boyhood and became a naturaliied -

before Judge William K. Lane, 37, of New York and "The Warren commission has Auschwitz citizen. He moved to I
Love for arraignment on the Mra. Oswald 58, of Fort Worth, established itself aa a jury it Florida in 1912 living at Palm- W. J. Igou Dies
murder charges. both said the presidential com should not be a prosecuting attorney dale until 1918 when he movedto

FLORENCE Italy (UPI mission Investigating the assassination aa well" Lane (aid.Mn. Winter Haven.He .
However Mri. Martin's attorney ) -
The ground under the Leaning of Kennedy and the Oswald, a practlc.1nurse. Poison DeathsFRANKFURT attended St. Joaeph'iCatholic
was out of town, and Wilson I Tower of Pisa "may reach the j laying of Oswald bad refused aid the only thing that Church.He At 55 YearsW.
told Judge Love he had not to allow them his widow
limit of Its resistance soon." a to appear in Oa- would convince her that her Is survived by
talked to a lawyer. Judge Love DR. wald'a defense. killed the President would Germany Mr(. Anna C. Hendrick of Winter -
leading architect aid Wednesday JOHN R. TAYLOR son J. (Jack) Igou. 55, of Winter .
Lane aid be was receiving UPI A former Nazi SS Haven two daughters Mra.
told Wilson he was facing "a night I be a determination by the commission ( ) ;
Garden
formerly of
Prof. Nello Bemporad Dr John Randolph Taylor M fee for handling Oswald'a defense after Lane had medic admitted today he killed Christine Swift of Lakeland, Winter
serious charge" and postpone superintendent appeared Haven, died
very Wednesday
and traveled to Dallas at and Mrs. Mildred Echenrotb of
250 to 300 Auschwitz exterml-
of Monuments for Pisa minister of the Church of the before It. i morning at West
Orange
: arraignment until the his own expense in a "continuing "I it la in the nation l camp Inmates by Rome N.Y.; four sons, Leo Memorial
warned the situation Is"grave. Pilgrims In Washington, D. C., hope accepted Hospital in Winter Gar
can Hen
search for truth. Hendrick of Coco. Oscar
court appoint an attorney ." spirit of the name of justice "squirting" carbolic acid into
The two have admitted planning He la one of several experts will- h-*- one--- nf -11- prominent M- and the American way of life their heart muscles. drick of Bradenton twins, Peter of den.A. native of Euatls, Fla, he
1Ilou.leadera who will at Paul F. Jr., both
and
speak F.
to kill Earl R. Martin, 29, who have warned In recent that a man la Innocent until "But I did it on orders, of I. lived in Winter Haven for
sessions of the annual Florida Mra. Oswald course," said skinny bespectacled Orlando; two sisters, Mrs. many
to collect insurance money and months of the increasing proven guilty, Tomachek of Richmond years until he moved to Winter -
danger to the tower. Chain of Missionary Assemblies Municipal aid. Josef Klehr, a year-old Mary Garden 15 yean ago
"have each other. Frances Ache
V and Mra.
(
Bemporad suggested proppingup in the Winter Haven First Christian She said her on was "con carpenter one of 22 defendantsin I brother. Louis He was in the citrus industryall
Wilson and Martin went target of York, Pa; a
victed within few hours without West Germany's biggest war
a
the tower with hydraulic his life, and was associatedwith
Church Feb. 9-11. Richmond Va 18
of
Hendrick ;
shooting In an Isolated area benefit trial counsel." crimes trial.
of
lacks and installing a new Court or Roper Growers
DocketEverett and five great- Coopera
the day of the killing. That foundation to fill the area Dr. Taylor was born In Tab "He will always be the accused Klehr aid the chief of the grandchildren;

night Wilson went to Columbia, where the earth Is now soft and chow Plangsu Province, China, ," she said. "No one saw Auschwitz Inmate hospital an grandchildren.Funeral services will be held tive.Surviving are his widow, Dell

S. C., where he was arresteda threatening to give way. of Presbyterian missionary parent Barnett him shoot President Kennedy.It SS Doctor Entress, made him tomorrow morning at 9 at St.JOIf'ph' Pasteur Igou and a son, Rich.
few days later. This would restore the towerto (. 10 days intoxication is all circumstantial evidence. solely responsible for "squirt- Catholic Church at ard Cochrane Igou both of
suspended. "
Yesterday was the tint time the position It held when It Ing" Auschwitz slang for administering which time a Requiem Masa Winter Garden; his mother,
He received his education at James Baxter, drunk, 10 days
Wilson and Mri. Martin have was completed in the 14th century suspended a lethal Injection will be offered by the Rev. Father Mra. S. N. Igou of Reddiclc.
been together la more than a still learning, but not Davidson College In North Carolina because other Auschwitz officials Mathew J. Connolly paa- Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Burn-
Sylvester
month. They got to talk for leaning quite II much as it la Union Theological Seminary breaking and Gettys entering Carder transferred Stratton EyesTallahassee had been "squirting" inmates tor. The Rosary will be acid ham Stokes of Lake Alfred and
about five minutes. now. Richmond Va, and University to county. (t will. tonight at 7.30: at the Crisp Mra. A. W. Sibal of Norwalk
of Aberdeen, Aberdeen "I begged him (Entrees) not and brother
Wilson was handcuffed to W. Bert Galusha intoxication, Chapel. Conn; a E. G.
Preston Griffin, 53, of Lake Scotland.He I forfeit $25.Freeman. to make me do this," Klehr Friends may call at the Crisp Igou of Eustls.
Wales, who Is charged with Ivanov Popular was ordained to the ministry Hobbs, intoxication aid In the flat, even tones of Funeral Home tonight from 6 Funeral services will be held
first degree murder In the slaying in 1954 and became the escape, transferred to county. a telephone operator reciting a to 9. Friday at 11 a.m. at graveside
Russian Name minister at the Church of the fixed formula. "He he'd
of'Monroe Chester TuckerIn Preston Howard intoxication, yelled in the family plot in Ocala
Grtflto's restaurant last Decembetafter MOSCOW (UPI) The most Pilgrim In 19M. 10 days upended. CALLAHAN UPD-State Sen. put me against the black wall Cemetery. Fr. Charles Warden
Tucker hit the one I popular surname In the Russian He la a member of the General Eddie Lane, intoxication 10 Harry Stratton a charter memo (where prisoners were executed Ireland Names will officiate.
armed Griffin In the face part of the Soviet Union It Council of the General Aasembly days suspended. ber of the Florida Legislature ) If I didn't obey. I had to Funeral arrangements an
GrtEIUf;bad been out on bond Ivan the equivalent of John of Presbyterian Church Lawrence C. Little desertion "Pork Chop Gang" and friend do it." NewAmbassador under the direction of Loom!
until the grand jury returned an son, the government newspaper U.S.; chairman of the eighth U.S. Army, transferred to FBI. of Gov. Farris Bryant may Funeral Home In Winter Gar
Indictment against him last Iivestla reported Wednesday. Quadrennial Youth Convention John Mllllgln, intoxication join the 1964 race for governor DUBLIN, Ireland (UPI) -
week. He must now await t new Izvestla add In Moscow alone on the World Mission of the 10 day auspended. to champion the views of small Kennedy StampTo William Fay, Ireland' ambassador den.New
bond to be act No date was set there are 90,000 Ivanovi out of church: chairman of the Christian Martin Nieto, intoxication, 10 counties. to Canada since 1960, Judge
Education Committee of "Not one of the candidates In was appointed ambassador to
for the trial. a population of about 7 million. days (uspended.Tbomaa .
the Synod of Virginia; and a Ousley drunk, forfeit the race now represents the Washington Wednesday night. TALLAHASSEE ( UPI-
member of various other church $25.Ihlpb. view point of the small counties Be IssuedWASHINGTON Cornelius Cremln a former James T. Nelson of Daytona
groups In the national capital, I Payne Intoxication 10 ," dd Stratton a senator ambassador to London and Par- Beach was named by Gov. Far-
Deluding the executive committee days suspended. for' U years from little Nassau I., was appointed Irish delegate ri( Bryant Wednesday to a new
of the Washington MinIsterial Ranges E. Sancbea intoxication County In Florida'a northeastern (UPI) A to the United Nationa. judgeship In the Seventh Circuit
Association and Washington 10 days uspended.: corner. [-cent memorial postage stamp
Interchurch Club. William 0. Sanford, intoxication He would join six other Democrats bearing the likeness of the late
He Is author of "God Loves nolle prosM. already in the race and John F. Kennedy will be issued
Like Th.II"! published In 1962. l Clifford Scott, intoxication, would be the only "Pork Chop.per" May 29, which would have been Do you have anInvestment
aeel JoH.it tzs.- among tnem. Kennedy's 47th birthday
Paul Carl Scroggins, strong- "I've got some meetings lined I The date was chosen by Mrs.
c Panama Asks armed robbery (attempt), up here for the rest of this Jacqueline Kennedy The former Problem ?
art A transferred to county. week with people and VII try to First Lady also will elect
OAS To BrandU. Paul Scroggins, auto theft attempted make up my mind after that" a design for the stamp from a
suicide, transferred to aid Stratton who has another number submitted according to If do
With I'M/AM-STEREO FM RADIOULIh S. you perhaps we can help you.
AggressorWASHINGTON session
in
county. coming the Senate Postmaster General John A.

Eddy Sims, Intoxication, for. before he 1( up for re-election Gronouskl. Our names are Haskell T. Adler and Baker lot-
(UPIPan- felt $25.Daniel. In 1968.
ama, breaking off mediation Smith intoxication, He dd be should have an don. We are Account Executives in the Tampa

efforts, sought today to have forfeit $25.Leon.rd. answer "within a week or 10 Former SheriffIs office of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner &: Smith.We'll .

the Organization of American Corbett Smith intoxication days" Convided be right here in Winter Haven in the lobbyof
10 days ,ulpended.Dew.y Stratton
States (OAS) brand the United a member of the
States aa an "aggressor." Lee Solomon, intoxication small county majority) bloc in TALLAHASSEE (UPI) John the Haven Hotel on January 31 and February 1

In a note delivered to the forfeit $25. the Senate, aid he had not Grafton Gray, a year-old former from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., telephone CYpress 3-5151
OAS late Wednesday night Panama James Leighton Stanton destruction condderd a campaign plat Hillsborough
County deputy
called for a special meetIng of city property, intoxication form. sheriff was convicted Wednesday If you would like help of any kind with your investments
of the OAS council to consider transferred to county. He said he was" against Increasing .
of
charges of U.S. ","re. Andrew Joseph Use, intoxication the size of the stateLegislature He counterfeiting cbargea. facts, figures, or opinions about individual .
was charged with transferring
sion" namely "attacks suffered not guilty to give more representation securities or an appraisal of your overall
counterfeit $20 bill from
by Panama's civilian Lloyd Vick, Intoxication, 10 to big population. West Palm Beach to Tampa on holdings-we'll be glad to do what we can for you.
days auspended. areas-as the 43
population" when U.S. forces present senator
10 a bus hlpment. Judge Albert L.
Intoxication .
quelled Canal Zone rioting Lovely Welch 112 representative plan Reeves referred the case to the You can reach us at your convenience by calling
days uspended. does
but voted
for the plan
The.IARTOK M..l.l MUIO.$26995 three OAS weeks officials ago.said the special Herman Cline intoxication, "because it's all we could get IDv.ltla.Uoa.QuotM probation office. for pre-sentence any time during our stay.MERRILL.
Flew' fumlturt nblnctry 10 days auapended. through the session."
'li, Amtrkin meeting would probably be con
| Hy tyllr.I | In driven 11-
yfll" Rubel Rea, no
(' Mipl'*vtnMnintf oWi. vened He said he could hardly campaign
today Friday
or cenae, reckless driving, $50 or From The News LYNCH
Panama's note declared that against the plan when it ,
6 SPEAKER featuring IXGLUilVI mediation efforts which a five- 15 days. comes up for a vote by citizensIn By United Press International 9 PIERCE

SOUND SYSTEM MICRO-TOUCH nation inter American peace November after voting for it WASHINGTON Secretary ,
0 and DundeeFrank in the Legislature.He of State Dean Rusk, commentIng -
00 1o1: Z.mth IS Ton Arm committee baa been conductingfor aid he favored the FEIMIMER & SMITH INC
quality>p"hrlprovltf World' mattImitoUdl two weeks had "ceased." reapportioning on "senseless" downingof
Golden, who Is employed under stalls ale mi ITIOI noiiiii in ITIII ruioiru ITKI HI smuts iitiniil
the Only 2 the old 38-len.tor, an unarmed U.S. jet trainer
:
O 00 firutt .Hr ircffliUliat m The committee, however, so far Patrick Air Force
at
representative plan "even If In Communist
sound r.pr* .) needle has not declared that its efforts East Germany: MARINE BANK BUILDING TAMPA 2
Mra. ,
...
auction. .u..1 art ended.The Base, visited his mother it meant giving some senators 'People ought to find out
Alma Golden, over the week- eight counties In their district what happened first before takng Telephone: 229-5111
Panamanian note called .
DRIVE OUT THE NEWLY eDd. After all, I took one in mine.. action." .
on the OAS to adopt "measures.to Visiting Mr and Mrs. Allen
.. assure the maintenanceand her
Knowles this week were
COMPLETED 4-LAHE HI-WAY guarantee that the acts of broUer-ln-law and sister, Mr.
aggression." will not be repeated and Mra. Mn. John Crum of iIi;


FROM Winter Haven To. make It also the United asked States the OAS"repaythe to Tampa.Pvi. Floyd Ivey, son will of leave Mr. Outstanding 1 1 VALUE/

and Mra. Toy Ivey,
damages suffered by Panama
thus week for Nurnberg Germany
"as a result of the aggresdon. where he expects to

spend two years with the MALDNE

:K JOHNSON Panama'a The note ambassador was delivered to the by Eighth Overseas. Repl.cementComp.ny. GLAMOUREST

OAS Miguel J. Moreno. It was House guests of Mrs. Lee

APPLIANCES Chairman addressed Juan to OAS Bautista council de La- and Williams his are wife her, Mr.brother-ln and Mrs. ... cwt yctt/totfe choice
'JOWt 06-
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H":17.n." : Lake Alfred FR 2-1 lit available to receive it, and Moreno Joseph Mrs. George Butler
Mr. and
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District ScoutsThe CO h y indse


monthly! Court of Honorof
the Like Region District of M1ITEi1iUJ I

the Boy Scouts wii held Mon-
day night In Hainei City. V jy

The meeting, during which I _e

three Eagle Awards were presented 0 C ) Finslretch I blend ,
was conducted by Fred k'0 cf cotton r

Evans, Lake Region advancement COOta Ind nylon fibers h r
chairman; Marvin Damk- 0 '
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jcr, district commissioner; and Lt, s

Norman Sowards, assistant district
commissioner. 1 '+ 4e

Scouts receiving the Eagle ,
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Award were James Giles, Troop \
115, Auburndale; and Dale r l p 1p

Zamzow, and James Weaver, .. J'ICWGRr, >o se 4a '"
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award a boy scout can attain. ",
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First Class awards were also

presented to 12 Lake Region RAIN-Rain Is forecast for the Pacific Northwest extending to northern California.
scouts Rain (s else forecast for the Atlantic coast states, end the southern Plains. Snow I it forecast

Troop 121, sponsored by the for the Appalachians, the I Rockies end the Greet Lakes.areas

Fir it Presbyterian Church, LOCAL OUTLOOK
Winter Haven, won the attend- Florida Zones
and mild TemperaturesBy
Partly cloudy
ance award and was also In
charge of the candlelight ceremonies Panhandle through Friday. High today in
for the Eagle Award Mostly cloudy and rather 70'., low tonight 55 to 62 East- United Preos International
presentations cold today, tonight and Friday; erly winds 1 to 15 miles per .. Low High ,

The 1963 National Camping 'with a few showers likely. High hour. Albuquerque ....... 19 54 i I :
Award was presented to Troop low in .... .. ) 1
today In the 50's, tonight Atlanta ... ... 27 48
559 I the 40'.. Birmingham .......28 51
More than 250 scouts and their North Little Ice Age Boston .............25 31
parents attended the meeting. i I Chicago ............33 39 A.pjIflW.A.
Partly cloudy and mild. Predicted For Cleveland .......... 30 32
through Friday with occasional Denver ............ 16 54
Cat Causes rain tonight or Friday. High England In 64 Detroit ........... 29 35 ."
today 65 to 70. Warmer with Jacksonville ....... 36 51 ii"
low tonight 50 to 55. Easterly LONDON (UPI) Hubert Kansas City........ 28 56 / ie
Lamb, an official long-range Los Angeles........ 54 65
Food ScareSTROEMSTADSweden winds S to 15 miles per hour weather forecaster said Wednesday Miami .".. ........ 66 73
Central Miami Beach ....... 87 70 _
Partly cloudy and mild Britain may be heading Twin CIties .......... B 28 = _
(UPI) for a "little ice IlIe." New Orleans.- 54 '
-Harald Fersson's eat ate apiece through Friday. High today la Lamb, a member of the meteorological New York ........... 31 35 ii'ii/
of crabmeat at dinner 70's, low tonight 55 to 62. Easterly office team that Orlando ............46 65 ;
here Wednesday and became winds a to IS miles per Philadelphia ....... 24 36 r
tick.: Persson's family and their hour. produces Britain's monthly Phoenix ............40 67
guests rushed to the hospital and Keys weather forecasts, wrote in the Raleigh ........... 44 \ I f' ara/lr ; yl
had their stomachs pumped. Partly cloudy and mile magazine Discovery! that records St. Louis ............ 26 49 IA'I I "'
When they returned to the through Friday. High today 74 going back to th e year San Francisco ...... 48 54 1 I II fr lch I 11t
bouse, found the bad .. ...,.... SLACKS
they eat to 78, low tonight 60 I Easter. 800 indicate the weather has an Seattle 39 48
given birth to six kittens.Keating ly winds a to 18 miles per hour. Tampa ............ 47 70 L11 ( ii
800 year cycle. .. .. MADE ONLY BY 0 wf.
Washington .. 28 39 0,
He said after the 12th cent- _.
f. .... ,
ury the weather deterioratedand .....
Favors Rough reached Nurses Return .. ::"'
its worst in the ,
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The
I 18th century when most of '
65 nurses who resigned from
Europe suffered from harsh "
the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital 1 "
winters and wet summers In last week in a dispute with I FarapV, mad of 100% .
'
Liquor Legislation the 17th century it began to I the administrator withdrew their Combed Corfon for your com ; Try a pair or fvvo cf these snug fifflng"m, fine stretch
I warm up and reached its belt resignations Wednesday.A fort. Ivy-styled stocks that are lacks. Farah Stretch fabric I Is designed to glv ot your

State Beverage Department he has advocated la the past, about The 1900 past two cold winters said the spokesman nurses decided for the to group withdraw durable and washable Avail very move and com. back to Its original shop. '

Director Richard B. Keating are may be the first signs of another their resignations after obi* In Ivy Btfge, Navy, Washable for easy car*.
Hid yesterday that he agrees An applicants for licenses or longterm decline in Brit being assured they would be laden, Black.w.utii ,
transfer of licenses should be ain's usually mild climate, he given a chance to aid "the .' :
with recommendations of a Polk residents for at least ii" i. M"a
county said problems of nursing service. caters Chat t randy .
grand jury concerning the six months At least one successful Ungtht U' I* *4* ** It $783,
awarding of liquor licenses. applicant lived outsidethe III. Wiiiti 2'" (. II"
But Keating declined to com- county.No .
ment on the part of the re license should be trans
EMIT Popfiit a blend, of polyester! and combed eottot
port which criticized the way ferred until the place has been ,
the licenses were awarded in In business aix months The .
Polk. present time is 60 dayi. Keats .:, \.,
Keating said that he to "aD log feels this should be a year U Folk, a blend of .
In favor of the legislature establishing unless a hardship Is shown. M1s y fI B: JQ JJ polyester and cotton
"strict guide lines Any business receiving a license / C.Faropry .
for issuing all licenses should operate in the
and eliminating the responsibility place where the license was .. ,
TRIM
of any one individual from awarded for at least 60 days
selecting and approving the issuance before moving to a new location H : '
/ A
of whiskey licenses" as At least 10 Polk dealers You'U Look 71)) c /
the grand Jury recommended.The moved In less than 60 days arapfg /'
grand jury heard testimony Keating also feels the legislature Gloat in _
from about two dozen should spell out what
people last week concerning the kind of building must be used, SLACKS
new licenses. Polk voted ewt as well as some definition of
last summer for the first time moral character.
in 76 years. Three of the original 80 quota
All of the bickering about licenses are still available and
"irregularities" started In November will be issued soon accordingto e
when 77 quota licenses Keating He said that Lake. SLACKS '
/
were awarded to a group of land and Ft. Meade are each ,
nearly 400 applicants The grand eligible for one, and there it
jury could find nothing on whichto one for the county at large. aay, t' t J
return an Indictment.The Keating said that all who applied ,
other recommendations for licenses last year will
of the grand jury that Nesting be considered as well as any I'
is in agreement with, and which new applicants.

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-Winter Haven Daily News-Chief -Today's- I WATER- ON THE KNEE I Letters To The Editor. I I


W. I. RYNERSON. l.t.rPu.ll.hrJOHN peace outside the experience 4

W. RYNERSON. A......... t* th. Publisher 'l ': Dear Editor: the natural man. Mortal man ta
I want to express my hgi Inherently "lost" and cut
r" yyblska( Icily: (I....,* S.ryre'.yl by th. Winter H. M Commentary .1 tude that along with I from harmony with Cod and na f
Pvhlbkiog C., IR'! 126 ltd" Str.*.. N,W, WiR..' H.v.n Fieri1 my well his
optimum -being.
,. to express own He is

CHARLES 60SHORN ......1 M.....r By PHIL NEWSOM ,r Convictions, and It may be, to a sinner and habitually so, but
UPI unload some of my distortions If he is open-minded and rt
JACK ICAHAN AN.. ." Uit.r Ferelgn Newt Analystla In your esteemed columns Besides ceptlve to truth, willing to SUN
a world beset by swift and appreciate the opportunity render his will and lay hold of
;: J. SULLIVAN AJv. M... I
PETER "I.IR' r frequently disturbing change a for Christian witnessingin God's offer of pardon by faith,

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVI moderatinf vole li that of your paper. The primary be finds a Peace that passes

ShU"R a An..l.+... I.! ,. CM...., Ill Went German Chancellor Ludwig fgce-to-face groups-the MeUiodlst understanding. But until **
Erhard. Class meetlng-where we I have that Cod-given pears

Enr....* .. Stcr.4 Clan M.ll M.tt.r St,.. *, 1124.h.. Pus Offl.. Hit bai not been the dramatic were once accustomed to gstn- subjective peace, sufficiently

hi Winter H..... Fltrldi. under..f.f March 2. Il7f go-It,alon policy of a De er for prayer with and for each I strong to dominate. society *,

Gaulle nor yet the unbending a other have gone from our cannot have the objective peace

AUDIT IUREAU policy of his predecessor in of. churches. So we praise the Lord that the world desires.
"MEMIER
fice, Konrad Adenauer, for a newspaper where we can I Another term that holds hip

U/; OF CIRCULATIONS Among hit tint official duties get in a line of the "Good priority In the propaganda of

after taking bia new poet was News" ofcssionsfly. Communism and Is loaded with!

MtMIEK the sorrowful one of attending May I have a little space to deception li brotherhood This
Aetlv M.mb.r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL the funeral rites of the late dlseuis Peace word his a magic religious ip.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unit.d ,.." li ...ill.1I t* the m* President John F. Kennedy, a World leaders, political and peal. Contemporary ecumenical

ASSOCIATION for .**."li..I1. .f all l.ttl ntwi rte.. man with whom be had hoped religious, are crying. Peace, literature tells us that all meg
IU4 .t In thu .ewspy.r as well, as all UPINtwi I to have one of Ui earliest \, Peace Peace! But there Is no are brothers
DiiMtch.i, meetings. offensive Christians should know
t Peace! This massive peace that
ADVERTISING DEADLINI Instead he conferred with t Is but an echo to what the Bible supports no such con r

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT Kennedy's successor, LyndonB. the Communists and their white cept. The early Church coa.

ly the W.r.i I PM. Pr.vloui D.". ly the (chi 1 PM. '...1.... Day Johnson, and assured him ol washed Socialists have been sldered those on the outside si
Itfil N.tk.u I P M. Pr.vl.ui D.". Sun.iy EditiM Du4liRiI Friday West Germsny'a continued lose \ \ heralding for half a century. fellow creature who knew Cod

DISPLAY DEPARTMENTS ally to the Atlantic alliance 1 Impressed by long-continued only as Creator and needed to
Sunday Edit!.*-1 P.M. Thun".", M.r ." Hltl.*-I P.M. FrU.yi and her wish for continuing conscientious be won to s new relationship
repetition, merry
T...*." Edit**-N.tn S.tgrd.yi W.*..."iy, Thursday and Friday clot ties with the United to think thatthe with God. Then they bees
have come me
people
Etli.i.1 P.M. Tw. Days ,In A"Vifit*. States.In -
9"'q socialistic program Is synonymous brethren In the family of be.
contrast to D* Gaulle's I with and coexist lievers. The power and
Mtmbtr S* thm Niwtp.ptr Publithtra AiMtUt! tY can program -
Mmbr fltrld Pr." At.ecl..I." well-publicised differences with ;r/ with Christianity.BY of the early church flowed .
United States policy and his making peace appear as out of this spiritual relitlonship -

SUISCRIPTION RATES frequently ostentatious displaysof .s: a virtue, prized above all others Unless the church any
ly Carrier car Mill Independence Erhard declared church has this
their enemies understanding ,
r*.r, tU,Hi 6 wnths, ".101| 1 mr>thi, |4.III I ", *.tll. $l.ll before the West German -- r hey have lulled ,
weakly, II ..... Slnfl Cepltit Daily I *."..| Sunday, 10 t..... parliament a different brand of r- :::, anti Into a sensual callousness that either consciously or unionsclously -
ails to recotfnlze( essential moral It it missing the purpose

TELEPHONE CYr." >.2H1' l Independence."We values, such as freedom and In. of Christ. What this peace

need American protection / / / ferity. Unless we come to a and brotherhood really mPlnl.malgam.ted
be said "but we are not proper evaluation of moral values reUlonher..

aa American protectorate. we are destined to live In Is that we are being led Into insincerity
A Thought For Today With few dramatic flourishes, an enslaved society. Is all that Is requiredfor
Erhard bas cut out for himself our being recognized
that and
I Objective peace men si
a task of considerable magnitude /lr nations seek between each others Christians.J.

"Bt careful for nothing; but in everything by Europe's and busiest bas become traveling one of ;{ not achieved through directapproach Lynn Reed
men.
/tr and tupplieotim (petition) with thanksgiving He bas conferred In Wsib- such as laws, treaties
tsble
and across- confrontation
let Ington, London and Paris and
your requettt be made known unto God. Phil. 4t n comes as the result of right -Memories-

e When anything burdens our hearts, w. must find this the week rounded out visits to linking How often have we
major allies with
I release by prayer; when our affairs are perplexed and In Rome with Italian a Premier meeting been reminded that this cold 20 YEARS AGO
war Is a spiritual struggle?
distressed, 'wo must leek divine direction and support. Aldo Moro. !;Some decry the fact that the Miss Marjorie E. Hendersonwas

Dr. Albert L. Other meetings will follow Bible Is In among the students who
Carnett frequently quoted
i with leaders of the smaller made the honor roll at the University
Lighter Side support of our national policy.
members of the Television ReviewBy
European
economic I But where Is to be found logic of South Carolina for

community Belgium, more profound and applicable the quarter just ending.
News Chief Editorials The Netherlands and Luxembourg 10 YEARS AGO
If our struggle Is in the realm
and after that he hopes Of RICK DU BROW events on Wednesday night's of the spiritual then we win Mrs. Gladys Connor of Minneapolis
for a sumirit; meeting to CongressBy
what he calls cure failed Press International show about 20 minutes of the hIVe to deal with Iplrltu.1term Minn. was visiting
Reorganization Europe's "politi Soviet I and concepts. Here Is here for two or three weeks
Necessary cal malaise. DICK WEST HOLLYWOOD (UPI-We put American- hockey game,
I where the Bible becomes so essential with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Out of this has developed an on our turtleneck sweater via satellite and I am sorry
M .Xast week Secretary of State Dean Rusk made it I outline of the Erhard foreign United Press International : and practical. Peace, Mowtser.
WASHINGTON (UPI Beng Wednesday night, lined up s to report we took it on the subjective peace, comes from S YEARS AGO

irin that there must be a reorganization of his department policy.Aside from France, but along ever interested in the fine supply of hot toddies, opened chops, to 1. But the rest of God. God went to great pains to Bobby Moor had completedhis

wide the windows for a stiff the hour was more invigorating provide It. His Son, Christesus basic training at Ft Ben-
because of the fast pace of the world. It is with other members of the European arts, I had a talk this week
offered himself to redeem nine, Ga. and was stationed si
community, he believes breeze mood and tuned In the despite occasional overdramatic
rather strange that this ie I with the music consultant fora mankind and
finally coming up ; we have In give him a Aberdeen Md. !
united
a politically EuropeIn
debut of ABC-TVs daily Winter remarks from the com mentators. -
a beiit\ar\lni on the subject for over two years. They which British .participation mining company Olympics specials. There were plenty of
T>m torn pinks. ultrallberaU and plain\ lethargic doe La "Indlspeniable. At first glance, that title pretty girls to look at. And'
totting" bureaucrats In the State Department who have H. eppoits any attempt by might not look very Impressive. It Is pretty difficult to get a there was a tingle at the ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAl
the larger members of the stiff bruit her' la Southern cheer when the American
But when I tell that
btuleft behind the procession/ or drag their heels on European Communty to Impress you California, where the four seasons Olympic squad marched Into

our' programs around the world. We have been em. their will upon the small the consultant la none other can generally be categor* the stadium. WDiervClMltMU WUTTNIC wm.TY WTYTttCk
er. than Ben Selvln, It still does Cheese.) *
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barraesed time and time again, and each time we find As s free trade advocate he not look very impressive lied as good, better best and The Channel Swim: Add canceled CIS Ale CIS**

ourselves appeasing someone. Instead we should be will press for broad and deep Let us face it, Selvln Is not oh boy. But by the time series, barring sudden reprlves Orient Tempe Orhnrf Tempe

'standing/ on our own two feet and telling them bye tariff cuts In the so.called one of the world's 10 best Wednesday night's hour was : NBC-TV's "Hollywood

damn you are talking to the representatives of the trade'Kennedy talks this round"spring.He of. world : known men. You probably could up, what with the spectacularshots and"the Stars," "The Lieutenant Thursday NIGHT January 30

t List people in the world, and we are setting the pace, will give all-out support I drop his name from here to of Innsbruck, Austria, and ,," Joe Eleventh Bishop Hour'"You. .CBS-Don'tS.y t:00-NtwilS N.wi." Siortt, N.wi. W..tK.r Pulse Ni<*
for' the U.S. of the Alps, and the opening day St! -Sporfi, W.h.r W..th.r
multi.
sat you. concept a New Market, Va., without hear. TV's "Twilight Zone" Phil Silvers EJit.rt.l, Sea Pud., Reap
nation nuclear naval force for ceremonies, and the lighting of :JO-CIS News" NIC News" AIC N.wi CIS N....
Let's take a quick look at all the places where we NATO and will urge other Ing a single grunt of recogniion. the giant Gary Moore "Tell It To t:45-CIS N.wi NIC News" Eneh'tJ Miner CIS N....
Olympic and .
flame The Camera' ABCTV'I
hav.Jost out, or lost face because of our namby-pamby members of NATO to follow 7.00 Hu.. .
the parade of the different "The Greatest Show on Earth A"........ Vlrgtnle l.yl Maverick
State Department attitude, helped by the dogoodersand suit.Along In a way, this la rather paraloxlcal teams, we felt Invigorated and "ABC New. Reports" (canceled 7115- a Flshl.q In Paradise Vlfginl. gays Maverick
the UN with the United States because Selvln has for at least from prim evening 7iJO-P.nw.rd A4vn.urtt FIIets".. Maverick
Europe, Korea, Vietnam Africa Asia, ready to 7.45 P.u.ord
h. opposes long-term credits Join those other nuts I I. Ptr.rfli FlinM.n.l Maverick1:00Rawhide
I Ithe
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the last 50 been of time) .NBC-TV'a fine "E.ploD'aile"
latin' America, Cuba, Zanzibar Panama and you for' the Soviet Union and has years one on skis. It is wonderful what a aeries, which ran into : Debit Gills. Donna Read Rawhide

nstmejt, we are having trouble there. This Is extremely appealed to Allied governmentsnot leading figures In the popular supply of hot toddies can do, "Ben Casey" and "The Beverly 1.IS-R.whid. Dobl. Gills Dormi Reed Rawhide

serious and if don't and to start a race to Moscow music field. even without a stiff breeze Hillbillies" will not return I:30.-R.whIJ. D,. K.ld.r. My Throe Sens Rawhide
we move NOW we'll
move con In contrast to the Adensuer'hard" Know who made the first For those who simply could And CBS-TVs "The Defen I:45-R.wh.J.. Dr. Kild.r My Three S.itl Rtwhld
tinue to build up trouble. And while we at it let's line, he has declared not get
are away for the Olympics "
de,. shift from .
record ("DardaneDa" to sell may Saturdayto ..
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P.rry
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figure out the goals we wish to accomplish The communists ilmself in favor of a realistic more than a million copies? this year, ABC-TV Is providing Tuesdsys, filling the Garry .ilS I -,..,., Mans Dr. Kildirt Don Jimmy Show. Perry Perry M.MTl

have they want to rule the world under the but open minded approach to Htt hours of the goings-on Moore ..Iot.UIJ t:JO.-'..,., M.i.n H.i.lH..1 <. Jimmy, Parry M.i>*
opportunities which Selvln. Know who bas recorded starting .
any may Wednesdsy and for the ':45-'..,, Mena Dean Shew. Muse10:00Tbs.
communist emblem and they won't stop until it is done. develop In relation with agreement I more music than any other next dozen days. There will be Perry

with Moscow to reduce man In the world, being responsible prime-time specials on weekday $. av.tn&$ i: r n4sftAR I 01: 11 Th Nun.t Suspense Wi.... Dick P.w.ll
Nuriti
Theatre
wo.'ld tensions. nights, sod plenty of stuff : : Olympics Thtitr
None for 1,000 discs Sel ( \ t IOtltl-The Nun.i SuiMll w.ll
Too Soon As Erhard moves to make some for weekends too. And needlessto IOI45-n. Nuns Theatre Wint.rOlympics Dick P

ilmself spokesman for the vln. ssy, ABC deserves a rousing Thxtr
We other Common Market countries Goodman used Tyrolean yodel for this : It, i'i7 00::Ntwi News,
are getting a good start on a wet year for the Benny to play vast undertsking Spt Wtr Ntwilln. Ntwi. Scores
Winter outside France, he also pirtly because It Is ,f'" i5-l?"'' W.h., T"'h'' Skew Itenal. WtUr W'th.r, !
orchestra.
Haven So far have had III Selvin's So did i E'lr'
area about
we as much must move toward head-on collision working like crazy to get us the '. I '2Jr.tMt d' Tenigh': Sh.w Late Sh.w Cain's: "
rain in January as we generally have in the first two with De Gaulle. Yet he Tommy Dorsey, Meredith Wilson ,jversg the same day via Stars T.rioht: Sh.w lit.: Shtw C !:n'l Hun.rt1;

months of the year. Our new storm sewers, covering also has declared that without and Jerry Colonna, who plane and satellite. .I..J.: :

about a third of the city, have been installed none too close Trance ties and of Germany friendship there between cant did started out as a trombonlit.the So Also ABC, after could a use hard a littl..ymp.th day. I. ,; Friday MORNING January 317ooO.erslies
Eugene Ormandy
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soon. If we keep on with this rain business maybe our be t no European policy, no Integration symphonic Wednesday Earlir, It was announced '

lakes will come back where they belong. Many such and no Atlantic partnership. conductor that NBC-TV, which 'I' 5AI"h.b.t! Today Skew Geed Day
Today Show
I' News Geed Diy
Know who wss the first orchestra t
recently swiped the 7:30-Aimuu'
aa Lake Silver down Orange : Today' Show
are as much as four feet below Mickl Evens Geed Day
normal. And therein lies the enormityof leader to have a danc.prolr.m Bowl football game from ABC, ''"t .!'4S-C'tt.ni.. New Today Shtw Mick!* Evini Good DIY
his task.Wall. on radio Selvtn. had also won the rights to
ABC's IOo-c..I" T.d.y Sh.! ... M.ekl.. C..I.I .
Then too American I Evans
our underground storage areas have Okay, if Selvln has done all\ League contests Football .\kw tr'YOU.WOR.J : I S::15- K..,.... Today Show Micli!. Evans K..'....
taken a terrific beating these past two years with of these things, how come he Is 1965. starting in : I:JO-C.pt.in T.d.y Show C.rt.onvlll. Captain

water levels getting lower and lower. The rains and Street not more famous than he Is? There wss only one sports AskwhtrvotfBANk) 1:45Kuearee:' T.a.y Sh...r C.rtt.nvlllt. K..'..**

that is the only way we get our water In middle and Well one reason Is that he used 1:00-Awaricu: J.rfay'a Movie I..,,!,. M... -. M. te I
lot of aliases.During C:55Hillery: '
a Wiy l Merle| Carl.. ..vlll. Morning Merle
southern Florida, may come in sufficient quantities to -Chatter- his peak productiveyears '::30.-11....'" Ream T.II.y'' Movie' C.rt.n. .lll. Morning Mo.M.rntng '
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solve all of our water problems. We realize that we in the 1920s, he made e:45-11....".. Roam T.d.y'i Movie l Crt..nvlll. ..... .

shouldn't have to water records for nine different companies DIAL WSIR Program 1490 10:00-CIS News Ttdiy'i Ms. Mao.
put wings on horses In order to Sp.nlih Le..... M.rnlng !
NEW YORK (UPI) David u s IB | Dine different :10 IS-CIS NIWI Teda Movie Movie
have our great Imperial Polk County Horse Show, but Quarrel of Shearson, Hammlll ismes. 4 00 Mutual News 5:70: V.4... roc LIYIq !10:30-I:: Lwo locy Wool :., Word Sp.nlih Dumber I L.II.OI M.rnmg I Lv* Lucy

there comes a time when we can't have everything our Co. lays be Is confident about If he and his orchestra were .10 d 01 Mutual H m.!a News Highwy I 1,31 10 Good Mutual News 10:45-1: fen L.c" W.,* f.r Ward Irlo. I Love Lucy

way. the prospects for economy and recording a waits, they called II Want A lob? I to Your Florida Morning Garda I Oo.-Th.: McCeya Cencoetr.si.
the market over the next year themselves the Cavaliers. If it to Home a HIRbw.y e .S Good Morning' ",I 5-Th. ',1.. li Right Th. McC.yi
.00 Mutual Newa 165 Lake R.,,,,,, T.O.r McCoy Ceneio..".. Price| I I. Right Th. MeC.yiP.t.
but feels Investor enthusiasm Is happened to be a Latin number, 0a eng, Alone Mutual N.n 1I:30.-.t. I Gladys Misds5; link The Obl.ct"| S Gledye
Enjoy A Laugh moving ahead of economic fun. hey became the Castillans. For a 10 M Thaw Mutual In Nina Polk County : :: Whu'e My Number' I I 11,45-.1. I wl.dy. Mining' Licks Th. Objt.t ll t Glidy,
a.15 Jim O..nn.l11 above
tunes ,
damentals.Quarrell. show they were the 155 5ng Lions a 10 MUlut'' News
\ feels that Investors Knickerbockers. Lousing ',11 Dirk Eyrlrla 5bow AFTERNOON
"It' is the trade of lawyers to question everything, should take a lesson from the Selvln abo directed the Bar e 00 i5 World News Poet 10 00 Mutt,.) News I II:00.-L.y. .1 LiftII Your Flnf

yield 'nothing, and to talk by the hour Thomas Jef. declines In some of the market arbor Society Orchestra, theNewport e: 10 m Mutual rI'lIlt..News. 1ltPD 10 10:10:01 Dick Mutusi Eyrch News Show : :IS.-Uvi .1 life ,T", ".,, 5.Sovan... Keys Keys N.w, W.trt.fF.m.StkMkt..

ferson 1826. favorites last week. He pointsout Society Orchestra, the U HI N.ighbor 10 II IJlek Eyrtela Show 1110: -SrchltrTKirwII T Father Sr.bV.rTmn.Guiding .
the la such Issues, declines Broadway Syncopators, the t'IS 00 Filton St.abght I awia lit. III'J?. 11 1106 oo Dkk Mutual" Eyrrick News Show :41- gui.i., Light C.niMu.Bett' Know" Soil Lighti..nif.

can be as rapid aa advances Southampton Serensders the 2S "larh' fa J'Iom. 11 11,10 II Dkk Mulual Eyrtc:1t flows Show It00-TIA: Mown" 1,..... T........ .
II AlmanacBy I whenever enthusiasm wanes or Isrmonlans and the Ben Selvln I =r Muuall Newa 1.3.00 Mutual News 115-n. Wuther 1..1. Fad
Today's Music B..e.d the ltan Loo. of L11.
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profit taking outwelght new Novelty Orchestra .1of\ i 00 Mutual Nwa Anemooa I..t .f News" World Turns
12'01 Firs a Grm Nee. 1:4I-W.,11I Turns
commitments. which were the same outfit.In s 01 Club UtlO Greushe l.Iftl"
12 10 Chat with the Sharing Wend Taros
Mutual Nar.
Veiled Prew International was leading 1,000 of his follow. addition, he worked for : : I 1/ws-NlghtNat g M Fillaa :b"x Jr. I:00.-P.tiw.rd L.'. Maio
Today is Thursday, Jan 30, ers Into a summer house for Bradbury K. Thurlow of Winslow several record companies ss aene Mutual N... 12 SO Bay Mutual It Nee. io 2:5 S-,.".., A D..I Ann Acs Set h. '.,.w.r"
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evening -
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to follow believe the current market studio orchestra, or "house rl The Wertd Today 12.S Top or the New. 2:45-H.u.t Piety Th. D..t.n Day !|I. Cturt ..
1M9 the 10 00 Mutual flows 12.60 Today 1st Florida House ,. "
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moon approaching Its motor band.
will prove to be "nothing more sous Florida flews A Wuther 1.00: T.mlea"ms, MuMe I:00.-T* Toil Truth lorttt Yi ......
lsat:: gsrter.! ship Hans Hedtoft war lost than s temporary blowoff of Know who was at the baton 10:10 alp OAmAT Iii: ..JltorIa&; 1:1:I S-T* Toil Truth Theatre inf .1 T* Ttlt Truth
H.ipt.|
The-evenlng stars are Venus off Greenland with 95 when Jimmy Durante first T. Toll Truth
person speculative confidence. recorded Morning 1,10 MU'1a From Th. CIutIce I:10-E.,* et f Nl.ht V. D.'t Say Ou.. far
and Jupiter. .board. I "Inka Dinka Do" Sel 155 Slp' OIl 1'35 Home A Hhway 14$-E.f. .f Night .Yu Deaf Say 0..." I. Day Edge eE Night
Those born today (Include In 1962. Cuba wan ousted Goodbody It Co. says \If the vln Know who started Bmg .00 Mutual News t,1O Mutual! If.. Day" Edge of Nighe4:00S.erot
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president of the United States, States by a 141 vote, with in a few Issues should i Recently, lit came out of re- 40 Gaed Florida Morning N.e.' A Market gas Horn. t Ngkny 4:10-Uncl* W.K'a unVu, arm:. .. S.cret St.,.
In 1882fja six nations .bRi.inln.. the market, irement to .. 00 Mutual 1ft. 4 Uulmosta ....,., EH**
general consultant
spread to serve as 00 Mutual N. 01 Hom. II H.h.., :4S-- Adv* turi "..'. Iroes Trailmub, .
this day In hiitary: Thought for the day Frank the time 11'11hav.\ come to take to the Minneapolis Mining and 01 ones Morning R..I .86 wwl A Job T Mary Ells

2un 1933, Adolf Hitler was lin D. Roosevelt once said: profits and covert to cash. However Manufacturing Co., which ls ''I to Oned Fl.hfng coming :': Home Mutual a N.wa Hiakwy I IS-A.tr:00-A.tr., gay Mickey Rlvtrbt.t' W.lly 6.tr

named chancellor of the German "The test of our progress Is not the firm feels that time bringing out a new line of tape ) Mutual Florida. News 01w. A Weatbee b 116 Sine Along I:10 U.Y.* Soy If Mtglllt Manse Ctrlll.Club Rlvtrb.1I.1v., Wally C.t.r
Reich by President Von whether we add more to the has not com and says the approach recorders. Geed KerMmg g 10 Mutual News 1:41fa .ears, Mtgllla Ctrlll. Rho.,",. Nw W*.thr
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In 1948 Mohandas K. Chsndiwss much; it Is whether we provide Dow-Jones industrial average his first big break Eddie Can. 04 waist I..al xditnrtal News a 01 sport. Roundup and These psegram .. ..'."'.IM "."..*.
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assassinated by an extreme enough for those who have too should not entail any serious tor, After ail, Selvln could not I M Mornna News a.Yadue a'Ift:1ttp er. eohleevl.e e... *4) D.il" News.c* ;of ,."**.l..
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I GOP Contributors Donate Beckwith Jury Florida's Weather




4Y 4I. $2.5 Million For Campaign i Expected To And News Of Crops Pedro Grantham's


1I WASHINGTON (UPI) Republican precinct basis to talk issues to

.1s.. a ihowease contributors of presidential Inspected poi the The voters.ex-president also recom Be CompletedJACKSON WEATHER!: SUMMARY: have stimulated aom.growth of @ Food Store

f aibllltlei Wednesday night at a mended that GO P nations erally cloudy and cool weather clover and mall trains. Native

let of dinner. which grossed headquarters let up a lugges with considerable early morning pastures are still not food. Con Famous For Top Quality Food & Personalized Service
4s about $2.1 million for the 196 lion center to receive voter Miss (UPI!) -Th
fog featured the weather in ditloni of cattle is mostly poorto
GOP campaign. comments on issues facing the Beckwith murder trial went into
. fair I Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef Your Freezer
President country moat sections of the Stat early Buy For
Former Dwight D. its fourth day today with i item "III.t.1I with ever
Eisenhower, who ii Ineligible From this effort, he said the in the week. Some light scattered I VEGETABLES: Warmer 400 Oihir lter.. t*
r e for the job laid he would be Republicans could write a plat admonition from the judge to frost wn noted in the weather all areas with considerable I Brlns v... 320 3rd St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1566

I glad to run .. the vice presldentlal form which would be "an expression the sheriff that all prospective colder sections of the northern sunshine southern area Quality Mtrehandlit
nominee on a ticket with of mainstream think. Jurors be kept In a room 10themselv. was beneficial to vegetable fee L... FREE PARKING
half of the Peninsula and in the
y any of the men who spoke. log of an informed people." ... I crops, where mid-January cold
Other western counties on the 21st. damage was not too
speaker dealt more severe
f Richard M. Nixon the 1960 One additional 'Juror was need
harshly with President Johnson, Temperatures underwent a slow Central and North Florida area
1 presidential candidate who ed for the regular panel, plus
could be renominated said he the presumed Democratic nom riling trend in all areas duringthe I need drying weather to offset FOOD
inee for next November two alternates who would be effects of cloudiness and fog
1r was lure the 1964 nominee was lilt half of the week and
r among those who spoke Wednesday Nixon said the GOP could win used in the event a regular daily maximums reached 4he that lingered through much of
this fay standing the week. Not mentioned in the
year on principle -
juror
was
night. incapacitated. 70's (in the northern and
1 areas
and I on a great issue "the Judge Leon Hendrick told SO in the southern sectionsby I commodity breakdowns a r e In !
Eisenhower Nixon along need for America to regain the near I spinach for processing being For Those Who Want Tops Quality
, iIII with announced and prospec initiative in the fight against Sheriff Fred Pickett to get pro- the end of the week. Cloudiness harvested at Zellwood and ,
ipectiv jurors out of the hall in the northern
tlve Republican presidents persisted
candidate, addressed 25,000 world Communism." In every and into a room after the tin and western areas during mostof i cauliflower available at Ruskin. Ivwvrae haws Nto'i h fwnras for MMktuf eely the ...... ejMllty fWi. These y
. I major area of the world he I teitltr meals al.. t. tWIr sk ,ln et Ndre's. I.I the U ,
Republicans who paid $100 a two prospects told the court the week. The southern tea wit* want mutually y *" | "f mi
plate to attend dinners In 21 cities said, the off cause of than freedom It "is they were against the death pen ions enjoyed considerable sunshine tlwy'v 41..,,"" that qrallty bed ere th. bee ralm every tI_. And ,It_'! tlraf
worse today
tied together by closed circuit four yean ago." wn ally the last half of the week.Almost AAA Against extra ply t.**4 et N4r'i p.nM lli4 Mrvlt, every *) hIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII \
television. Hendrick told Pickett, "In I all the rain ,reportedIn I
Nixon said Johnson offered !l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l I / / IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I
Those who spoke ra this order only .'the urn policies and my opinion these jurors are the southern areas occurred
were: Sen. Thurston B. policy-makers which are re brim educated about some of early In the week. General showers I I U.S.D.A. CHOICE SIRLOIN or FULL CUT ROUND

Morton of Kentucky from Houston ponsible for our present plight" these question." occurred in the northern lee Proposed New

Nixon from New York, and that the GOP should offera The trial schedule has been ioni at both early in the week : Fine Flavor C
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of contrast to "the wheeler. thrown off balance by the llow and again on the 23rd. Shower 9 9

New York from Los Angeles, dealers ind political fixers" in moving jury selection proceii moved southward over the Stat STEAK from (the _

c Gov. William W. Scranton of the administration. By late Wednesday night, 11 I on Saturday. Sunday was generally -i Toll Highway Land of Corn L6 !
Pennsylvania from Indianapolis Goldwater took another awingat white jurors had been picked to cloudy and cool in almost
Sen. Barry Goldwater of the GOP liberal wing by try Beckwith on charges he shot all sections. I rillllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII' / IIIIIIIIIIIIII II 1111111111111I111131JI1.
Negro civil rights leader Med II TALLAHASSEE UPI) The _
Arizona from Pittsburgh and laying that the party must give CITRUS: Groves continue to
Gov. George Romney of Michigan voters "a Republican choice. gar Even from ambush lilt benefit from favorable growing Florida AAA Auto Club called
from Washington. not an echo" of the Democrats June 12. conditions. The abundant lOll witnesses today to discredit the CUT THE LAND-O-LAKES
Eisenhower followed these in the 1964 election. The first witness, expected to moisture level wn maintained proposed Everglades Parkway
with proposal for be a Jackson city policeman and In an effort to defeat a suit to WAY YOUrRCFERI Sweet CreamBUTTER
speakers a a But Scranton threw a soft 'jab b ly light rains mostly cloud;
"United Statesmanship" for at the conservative wing by who would "let the scene of the klei. Trees have not suffered validate $17 million in bonds

writing the 1964 Republican laying that the GOP bad enJoyed crime." was likely to be called any appreciable cold! damage for the project
platform. He urged that Republican ita greatest success whenIt during the morning. this winter. Potential burin Attorneys for the auto club
that William Waller and the City of Miami asked First Cut WesternPORK
experti act up forumson was not "standing as the Atty. surface for the coming crop I II
a regional, state, county and negative party but by serving told jury prospects In question- excellent when compared with Circuit Judge W. May Walker CHOPS !b.Rath' 9
lag which ended late Wednei In bud Wednesday to throw out the e .
11th. party of positive action. last year. many areas
day night that the shooting validation suit, but the Judge
Citrus Growers I' "wai not legally a crime Ire swelling and new growth li reserved a decision on the motion Hock Hawk AU Meat
Rockefeller aimed I hli appearing, however, there I* 4 9iif
punches at Johnson who he against Medgar Even; it was little bloom. The until the end of todIY"tt'stlmony. 49
(Continued From Page One) laid was conducting "operationloodwink" a crime against the slats of very cool open temperature generally and BOLOGNA ;:?! .Ib Ito
Dr. Rests then went into brief Mississippi." Opponent of the 78-mile, two-
detail of the instrument pro- and was "riding two Waller liked the death penalty lick of sunshine art causing a Ian highway between Naples Choice Lean Fresh Ground Limit I with $7.00 er
horses in direction
going opposite low change from dormancy.
teas for Beckwith a white fertilizer and Fort Lauderdale attackedthe 2 99
." more food order.
which i I. this early 1M.
preferable BEEF
H outlined tie rest of the .
Romney gave his list of the talesman from Greenwood project Wednesday at unsafe e e e e
In the
research program in processingand in the heart of the lush year. and unneeded while battery .
10 "nllllIuea" the
facing nation The recent wet weather has
topped to make abort delta country north of here. of lawyers for the state
comments about each phase. party and must laid give the proven Republican an- The capital crime aspect of somewhat retarded h a r v a s t. stood up for the highway si a U.S.D.A. CHOICE STANDING
of the early
The other programs outlined those he case lent IS prospective Many remaining boon to tourism agriculture and<
were "utilization of frozen swen to problem end mldseaaon oranges are getting
jurymen from the box, admit- Industry.
After the costs
fruit," "problems of making a lubitractlng soft from advanced maturity Auto club B. J. Mas-
of the dinner and the closed tint they had moral scruples attorney
product to improve the taste and weather; droppage liotkesble. terson
against executions. charged the tollway
circuit television, the GOP ex- Valenclai continue to Rib
Roast
of grapefruit Juice", "maintain- others would be
Forty-nine were excused unnecessarily expensive
pecked to net about $2 million
size well and with the advanced
ante and improvement of our from the dinners with half for a variety of reasons because of the Inaccessibility
present producti", "physical maturity harvest of this fruit
including admission that they of ire Everglades route
going[ to the national party organization -
eUbiMy problem for concentrator and the rest to state were biased in the case or had II slowly Increasing.Many and the unsuitability of the soil
I *", "engineering and deign [ caretaker are IIsum-
preconceived notions of how the for road building.
of processing equipment", or local Republican organlza- verdict should come out. log that cold danger la over end Tom Terneninc.. protect tnil ttMM
"industrial fermentation" "uti Lions these operation are ..cceleratIn -
veer for engineering consultant I ''-"eo
lization of peel oil", "improving ,. Aa the weather permits, J. E. Grlnrr Co., admitted I hew tM
quality of essential oil,", "DM- ProAmericanContinued more fertilizer la being applied under questioning Wednesday lied e' CeeIb. 69t
ticide residua content of clt- : New York end hedging and pruning la that the soil in the Broward
rua pulp", "decay control In ( From Page One) starting early.FIELD County portion of the projectwas
fresh fruit", "hydro-cooling": support by the United State CROPS: Wet lolls conInue mostly muck and not suitable .
"continuing check on packinghouse Four of his general were ar- to delay land preparation for road construction which _
method. "packing Stock ReportNEW ested. But the popular Mmh'i In most field crop producing would raise the cost of the pro
hour material, and "fresh status was not immediately real. Small grains' growth continues -
frwt physiology". clear. There were report slow In north ind west, ject.But Terpenlng emphasized the New York State Very Sharp Philadelphia
In discussing fresh fruit phytlology YORK (UPI-Mldday Chanh was trying to persuade but torn response to the warmer proposed facility "meet safety 294

the director said, "We stock prices: him to remain n a figurehead temperature wn observed.A standards." CHEESE ................. fc 83c Cream Cheese ,.. iT
will eventually be able to control Alabama Gas 15% chief of state small acreage of small grain Assistant Miami City Attorney

rind color, and even the American Can 42H Also arrested was a former In low areas wn covered by Jack R. Rice told the court JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIHJ! Pet BrandEVAPORATED
color of the interior of the or- American Hardware 44H French intelligence officer U.ol. water and the plants have died. the project violate a law requiring -
anges". American Motors 17 Nguyen Lan Vietnamese Construction of new shades for toll projects in that area r MILK
Dr. Reiti also outlined work American Sugar 23% born official who arrived her tobacco and repairing old to be under the control of the ran

being done in production research American T&T 144V a few days ago. hades li In full .wln,. Some! State Turnpike Authority. Ire I Wesson\ Oil) I 3 COM 39c
and control of insect American Tobacco lEt Minh had had the fun support tobacco beds are being seeded also contended the Road Deirtment'i I Cypress Gardens Sweetened
pests and diseases of citrus Anaconda 45H of the United States which li Sugarcane harvest continues ac- I ) pled to finish the
trees. Atlantic Coast Line 65V heavily committed to back the tive. road If bond fund Ire insufficient a GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS
"Entomology," he laid "I.I Babcock Wilcox 52V South Vietnamese government LIVESTOCK: AND PASTORS wn in Illegal pledge of -

a very important part of our Bendix Corp. 49V In its war against the Communists : There li very little pasture the state's credit. FOR SALADS or COOKING E 2 j n'3 43CVan
I program". He added that appreciable Bethlehem Steel S3H' available for grazing In North
work li being done on Boeing 39H' There was no imedlate re- and West Florida. Most small Camp's Improvedlarge
Insect and mite biology.In Borden 18% action from U.S. officials here grains that have sufficient U. S. Sends HOMINY

closing he laid his ob- Briggs Mfg. 74 or in Washington One question growth for grazing that area (Continued From Page One) I .
'jective in presenting an outline Burlington: Ind. 43 was whether the more than $1 an't be grazed because of wet best landing spots for the manned C 3 ; 33C
was "to give a birdi-eye Chesapeake fc Ohio T1V million dally aid the United leldi. In Central and Southern size 29
view of the scope of our program Chrysler 38% tales gives South Viet Nam' sections small grains and clov- ships.Scientists. 3 Sunshine New, Thinner

," and added, "our program Clues Service 6541 would be suspended, at U usualIn era are furnishing fair to good hoped the new Rao.ger KRISPY ,CRACKERS
would end a string of 14
bat evolved continuouslyin [ I Limit I )
Coca Cola 115' the case of revolutions. razing. Warmer temperatures
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fertilizer problems for the bridge the gulf between earth
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spring and summer. Du Pont 8JDiV4 cause his unit was far from the From NewsBy moon
Dr. Stewart said: "whit you but the n. and "crash-land" on the lunar 110.
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for your fertilizer la relative surface sometime early Sunday 3 55C
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to what the fort U selling Eastman 50 Khanh'i immediate aides United Press International morning COFFEE J

for", and added the biggest Ford General Motor Electric 86,* were two paratroop colonel, FORT WORTH-Mri. Marguerite The probe was rigged with For Dishes IcOFFI. I
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problem with fertilizing six television cameras to shoot
7844Gen but he hid the support of the
tolave
"many growers want to use too General Motor other three corps commanders.The Oswald pleading up to 3,000 pictures on its final, LUX LIQUID j
much fertilizer", lie laid using Telephone 32'Vt her slain ion Lee Harvey deadly 10-minute dive toward -

an excess of fertilizer ii not Georgia Pacific 53V4 54\ South Viet 13.000 Name U.S. troops fight againstte aiding Owlld. defended before the the crater-pocked moon. Some ,12.1.29C 6 oz. Jar
good for the tree itself and ii Goodrich barren Commission investlgat- pictures were supposed to be''

readily noticeable on the tollage Gulf Goodyear Oil M1'41 vt Communist by the coup.were US.not Am.affected nf the Kennedy assassination of President flashed back to earth every two I Stekley f 15c OffS 79C

seconds the others
or 10, every
assador Henry Cabot Lodge
A comparison of organic and IU. Central 52Vi declined to comment. "I hope It li accepted In the five seconds APPLE SAUCE Ulll

inorganic fertilizers and a comparison Intl. Hart 60' But Khanh told Americans spirit of the name of justice The flight plan called for put- Limit( I")
of their cost were also Intl. Nickel 73% and the American way of life, sae
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Dr. R. F. Brooks, assistant Johns-Manvllle 53Vi 76c Ion from being forced Into neu. proven fuilty." earth, and then shooting it out I : ||| Plantef'i Salted
entomologist at the station presented Kennecott rality on the pattern of neighboring toward the moon at 24,500
slides reviewing tome of Kopperi 40 Laos where the Communl.tl WASHINGTON FBI Dlree. miles per hour.Turner I SOFT KLEENEX iI MIXED NUTS
the recent methods of applying Kroger Co. 28 have a voice in the tor J. Edger Hoover, blasting
sprays to citrus ,roves. Liggett It Myers 72% government, the Idea of televising courtroom 50 Count I II u.39C
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During the presentation he produced Lockheed French President Charles de proceedings:

facts noting that heli Lorillard 42% (i.ulle. who recognized Com "To my mind commercial (Continued From Page One)
Merck 113 'jingles, station break ind pan- I I eITALIAN
munist China this week has PAPER NAPKINS
coverage Middle So Util 41Vi suggested the reunification of ring television camera ire In. member In his of announcement Masonic Lodge Turner 135. DRESSING
IroundIPra'ers. (4 and
so compared various Monsanto congruous with the dignity
South Viet Nam and Commu-
aid that it Is his desire to
Ward 34%
Mont of courtroom
procedurea.
slat North Viet Nam on a neutral solemnity
A comparison of guthion, anew Nat Gypsum 47 ." serve Polk County by eneoursf- it59
basil free of all foreign influence I
log growth and diversification ofjnb
combination icallcld and Paramount Pict Me s
rust mite miticlde. was given Penney 44* Communist and West PHILADELPHIA Former opportunities. He also asyi I =

by Dr. R. B. Johnson, associate Penn RR 29'/ ern. Republican presidential csndl- that he li opposed to some unfair 2 39c IwHfs

entomologist He explained Pepsi-Cola 52H' date Thomas E. Dewey, telling tues levied on the citizen. PARD DOG FOOD
ii an organic phosphate of the stale by the past legislature. i PKGS. i
guthion Philip Morris MVa B.U1US, aYI J1IS Bonds a party dinner that the abortive .
compound which ii available to Phillip Pet 48V Cuban invasion wn the beginning ::
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la poisonous to humans, be Tob 3STi '" United States in foreign affairs FLORIDA STOCKS ,
laid and originated in Germ- Seaboard Air Line 43H' 1 : Here are the 1 p m. closingson i

any.The Sean Roebuck 105V4 'fJ1. "W can't afford to let this Florid stocks as reported CRISP PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS: :
final address to the Sinclair 46. go on. The free world cannot by Francis I. duPont and Co. .

growers was made by Dr. Harry Socony Mobil TOH' ; .' "\ afford H. W* ought to pull up Air Control in
W. Ford, horticulturist who Fresh Crisp Birds" Eye MIXED
Southern Co. 55% our sacks and set like responsible Tampa Electric: 2SV4

discussed spreading rootstocks decline. tolerant to Sou Nat Cat H intelligent" Americans [Florida Telephone 26H Pole Beans .......... 2 ,?, 49c Vegetables ... .... 21 o ....39cFlo.
Southern Railway 59tt again Plant Industrie 2'4.D.I'A.
Dr. Ford explained some of 11'1i1' Grown Medium Sreuffer
the work being done in the con Sperry
Standard Oil (NJ) We 45c
2 Fruit
development Studebaker Hi '. : Avocados ............ ,? 43c Delight .. .. .... io ...

resistance to the pest: Sunray DX 32* .L'.1. .1 8"F, r.TIM.E'a"d Firm Yedew Cooking Heat and Serve _. .

Following lunch, the citrus- Swift .7 : .. TEMPERATURE Onions 3 25c Sara Lee Chicken 49c
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toured the Texaco 7141 ................. ... ,v> .
men station and visited several experiment ex-1 Texas Gulf Sulphur Ask whm you \\QRKAikwtifrevoiiBANK ... .tewrf eyH.HAN&I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED _

periment projects under way in Union Carbide 123 ': NATIONAL .ANr.Mr..D.I.: ,
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_._- -- -- -_._. Mrs. MagnusonIs
New ArrivalsMr. HonoredOn


and Mrs. Refer Birthday
Graham are the parents ofa
IOn born at 2:29 this morning Members of the Missionary
in the Winter Haven Hospital
Society of Dundee Baptist
The baby weighed eight
pounds, one and a quarter Church met at the
ounces. home of Mr. Andreitte Mag

A daughter, weighing seven Susan Monday afternoon to
pounds, fourteen and a honor her on her BOth birth-

half ounces, was born at
1:21: p.m. yesterday hi the day.The Rev. Carl Johnson,
local hospital to Mr. and Mrs who baa known Mri. Magnuson -
r William E. Smith of Polk
for many years, made a
City.A brief speech, and a social
nine pound, one ounce hour was enjoyed. Refreshments -
daughter was born at 1:34: brought in by the ladies
this morning In the community were served to twenty
i +ro hospital to Mr. and Mrs. guest
Charles M. Carroll of Polk Mrs. Magnuson was given
( a lovely birthday cake, and
: City.To other girts. Highlight of the
3wi ', ease threading of a needle afternoon was the receiving
4 t push it through a pieceof of beautiful flowers, sent by
white paper. The white her son and daughter.in-law.
background will help you seethe Mr and Mri. Andy Maguson.
eye better. of Chicago.



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I Opening night of the Imperial Charity Hone Show... CLEARANCE

Frank Alexander and daughter, Christie Mrs. Ewell Sweet, John W.Wood, Mrs Gene ..d1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pounds
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CatrettRylandAnnouncement Show Judges Are EntertainedLighted WINTER HAVEN DAILY N W.C\.U FEastern Miss LacerteIs -SALE-

Is I Hostess To
being white tapers in four silver candelabra and arrangements -
t made of the marriage of Miss of large chrysanthemums, snapdragons and carnations Phi Gamma Mu
f Christine Catrett, daughter of were used in the lavish decorations of the dining room
ONE GROUP
of the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catrett Members of The Phi Gamma
of Winter Haven and when Mr. and Mrs William L. Raley entertained with a cock- FLAT HEEL
Wayne Mu
tail party and seated dinner in honor of the judges and officials Chapter of Beta Sigma
William Ryland, son of Mr. of the Imperial Charity Horse Show. Phi met this week, at LADIES' SHOES $197
I and Mrs. W. H. Ryland, Moultrb Two large arrangements of red carnations, gladioli and the home of Miss Anita La Voles to $1.9510THERS

t Ca. mums were also plared at focal points on the terrace. certe.
:The couple exchanged vows Twenty-eight guests enjoyed the event. A petition for a Charter I[ $2.97 to $5.171

ai 10 a.m. on December 20th
Brunch C tithe home of the Rev Fred This morning, the judges were again entertained, this time first pledge class, and will

Baker, Valdosta, Ca. with a brunch given at the Cypress Gardens Clubhouse with be sent to the International HI HEELS MID HEELS LO HEELS
jdr. and Mrs. Ryland are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W Smith and Mr. and Mrs. ThomasV. Star Elects office of Beta Sigma Phi for
leaking their home at 404 Snively Jr. as hosts. an official grant of Charter. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED. '
MJmosia Avenue in Moultrie. Floral arrangements and other decorations were in keeping BRAND NAME SHOES .

b ;The bride was graduated with the horse show theme. Plans are being made for a
Approximately thirty'guesta attended. Slate Of New OfficersMrs.
Ian spring from the Winter rummage sale and a Valentine $497 $697

Haven High School and is now Other Events Party.

attending the Moultrie Business Other social! events slated during the weekend Include the Eugene Freed has been elected Worthy Matron given A program by Mrs.on Larry"Voice"Davis was Values to $19.95

College. Mr. Ryland is a Junior Exhibitors supper party to be held tomorrow afternoonin and W. W. Ogden Jr., Worthy Patron, of the and all members participatedin
the "19th hole" of the Yacht Club.
1980 of
the
graduate Moultrie
Winter Haven No. 74 Order of Eastern the discussion.
Chapter Star.
High! School and i I. employed The annual Charity Ball II slated for Saturday night at Coffee and donuts
were
iiC that city by Frlelanders the Haven Hotel and t the Exhibitors Breakfast will be held Other new officers elected Associate Matron, J. 0. served following the meeting. ONIMoN'S
Department Store. Sunday at the Yacht Club.CHILDREN'S were, Mrs. Clyde Johnson, Johnston, Associate Patron; Members attending $597SHOES
Mrs. Willard Boland, secretary
meeting were Miss Geraldine
; Mrs W. W. Allen, treasurer -
Atchison, Miss Jeanne Blair,
CLOTHING Mixing Bowl ; Mrs Ogden conductress Judy Payne, Mrs. Larry Davis -
; Miss Jacqueline Miller, Values to $12.95
Mrs. Vernon Terhune,
associate conductress and
., I Miss Janice Williams, Miss
A Lenten MealWhen Featuring Chowderbenefits Harold Winters, sentinel
Sandra Woodall, Miss Margaret -
Other appointed officers will
Van Horn, Misi LeahCarl.on
you make ContinentalFish twice with Continent. be named by Mrs. Freed. Miss Elizabeth Cook, Scoe 11ta'tt
Chowder, / al Mrs. C. H. Ortt present
your family Fish Chowder-do plan to Miss Bonnie Hock and Mra.
benefits two ways. They have serve it soonContinental Worthy Matron, welcomed Joe Higgins, advisor.
a delicious hot dish for lunch Mrs. Martha Null Grand Representative -
or dinner and a nutritious Fish Chowder to Florida, from
SAVE % to % meatless meaLPrep.rlnl 2 Vi cups tt inch cubes the Ohio Grand Chapter. She not Heavily stick to starched a clothes items line will if BRAND NAME SHOES DISCOUNT PRICES
was seated In the East Many
interesting and potato you place a piece of wax 60 FOURTH ST.. N.W. -
other out of State members
nutritious meatless meal. during 2 cups water of the order were present paper on the line.
Lent is quite a chal 1.Vi salt
GIRLS' DRESSES teaspoons and they were all welcomedby
lenge. Cream soups, and par
the Matron.
H Worthy
teaspoon pepper
Entire stock of fall dr."". School and ticularly hearty chowders, 2 bay leaves Mrs Freed announced that
help meet that chal-
dreii-up stylei. Were 3.98 to 14.98. lenge.you A chowder, like most H cup better (1 stick) the be held installation February of 22.officers This will will ::

cream soups, Is made with 1 sliced onion
cup thinly be an open meeting All members <
NOW 244 TO 899 milk which supplies valuable 1 cup finely chopped and friends are Invitedto E
body-building protein and cal celery attend.
cium.: And, when the chowder
haddock It
2 Ibs. filets, was announced that the
... Includes fish and vegetables, skinned Initiation ceremony will be
GIRLS' COATS CAR COATSOur it all adds up to good eating :3 tablespoons flour held at the February 11th

eMIre deck. Same ......il.I.. tern* weihoblo. during Lent-or any time 1 quart milk meeting for new members.A .
Were 5.98 to 21,98 NOW 3.99 to 14.99 of year for that matter H pint ((1 cup) dairy sour social hour was held In
BOYS' & GIRLS' SLEEPWEAR A nutritious and appealing cream Pie dining room, with Mrs J. SPECIAL V2 PRICE
meal built around Continent. Chopped parsleyPut O Johnston chairman and
Footed flennoli, cliellliWere .
it! irylet. Kmri
t ytl .
al Fish Chowder might include potato, water, lilt, pepper Mrs Ralph Newman and Mrs.
3.00 to 5.00 NOW 2.22 to 3.77
fruit and Johnson serving
a cottage and whole bay leaves in Margaret
GIRLS' SLIMS rheese salad, buttered finger a quart pan. Simmer covered homemade cookies, salted Wool and Cotton Skirts
Solid end. print corduroy. sandwiches, or crackers or for :3 minutes In the nuts, mint., hot coffee and
Were (1.79 to 3.98 NOW 1.44 to 2.99 toasted hard roll., chocolate meantime, saute' onion and Russian tea, from a beauti-
GIRLS' SLIM SETS sundaes with a crunchy nut celery in H cup of butter fully appointed table. 9 Blouses

Corduroy dims and blouio' ., iMr" .. topping and milk. until tender, do not brown
Remember your family Cut fish into 1-inch cubes.
Were 3.98 to 7.98 NOW 2.99 to 5.44
BOYS' PANTS Add fish, saute'd onion.cel Baby Shower Cotton Skirts and Knits
mixture to potatoes and
All.flonnol end. corduroy itytot. 1l! lnml@f@iJJrnlIIIm1rs1! !! ery continue to cook until fish Given In HonorOf
Were 2.98 to 5.91 NOW 2.22 to 3.99BOYSI flakes and potato Is tender Orion and Wool SweatersDRESSES

EVERY ONE Do not drain. Remove bay Mrs. DonnahoeThe
leaf. Melt H cup butter In
SUITS WHO WOULD saucepan, add flour and blend. recreation rooms of

Regular and slim ,iz... Were 9,98 to 1 16.98.. LEARNTO Add :3 cups of milk stirring Baptist Temple were appropriately
constantly and cook until
smooth and thickened. Add to decorated in pink,
NOW 699 1299BOYS' PRAY fish-vegetable mixture. Beat when Mrs Frank Donnahoewas
TO up sour cream and gradually honored with a baby
beat in remaining cup of shower, Tuesday night.
needs milk; add to chowder stirring After several -ontesti, a social from our regular slock
JACKETS constantly. Adjust salt to
hour was enjoyed while
Ion* and shed ityl.i. s.... watlieble.' taste. Heat only to serving ONE RACK ONE RACK
the honoree ONE RACK
Were 5.98 to 17.98 NOW 4.44 to 10.99 !I this temperature. Serve In hot displayed her
many lovely gifts.Refreshments .
with
bowls sprinkled chopped

Love slave iliirti PANTS the 2.7.SHIRT Flonntl end SETS corduroy pnh. book parsley. Makes :3-tt quarts. of e a k e, 55 $7 'Vl

Were 2,98 to 4.98 NOW 2.22 to 3.77 mints, nuts, punch and coffee OFF
were served by Mrs. Leo
BOYS' SHIRTSAll
lone ititvo tfyl,. Kmta. Vassals, c.+t.".. Every. right thinker knows hat Household HintsTo Smith and Mrs Milton Hatb- Sizes 5 to IS Sizes 10 to 20 Sizes I2l/j to 24>/,
Were 1.49 to 3.00 NOW 99c to 2.22 cock
God H, and want, so much to 'cool angel food cake
,: .. CORDUROY CRAWLERSInfanta approach Him intelligently rapidly, Invert the pan and Others attending were Mendames
and toddler ...... "..1.1. ., dirt. through prayer-to commune a tray of ice cubes on Alice Davie A. E. Bell, Toy Ivey, JIMS
Norman Dun- SLIM
Were 1.98 to 3.00 NOW 1.44 to 2.22 with Him and to listen for Hi* place ford, Nettle Pope Robert Corduroy FALL

;': CRAWLER SETS cWdIn-- Donnahoe, Forrest Donnahoe, and PEDAL PUSHERS
.. To keep gravy from becoming Nettie V. Smith. Bill
,u Corduroy overalls and .hl. the first chapterof Seine Ivey,
,. Were 2.98 to 3.98 NOW 2.22 to 2.99 and Health with Key to the lumpy, mix a pinchof Linda Bobbins, Mildred Mix-
salt to the flour before on, Brenda Martin, Tommy
Scripture by Mary Baker Eddy JEWELRY
adding water. Smith Raymond Dunford, fI
there 1 ia and }
an inspiring prao
BOYS' .
SPORT COATS Nonnie Martin Helen Phillips
tics explanation of prayec. Cut fur leather with a sharp OFF
Walter Jones, Joan Mix. 5 0
Plaids, stripes, blazers Wool and Orion. A great number of people knife or razor blade, never on, Juena'a Stephen Net
Were 9.98 to (15.98. through the study of this chap with scissors.Clean tie Lou Finley, Lillie Porter, 10 Vl OFF
tor. have found needed health,, Ike Stiqson, Rudolph Pope,
hannony.aupplyandwoll._ .. grease stains with and Jack Thomas Misses
NOW 699 1Q99 carbon tetrachloride before Peggy Dunford Ruth Thomas
TO
Science and Health be
ell washing. and Lura May Bell.
lead or examined,together with MATERNITY WEAR -L.
the Bib!., al any Chriatia
Science Reading Room Or at
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Elaborate Decorations Are I lT. I 1 Washington Resident Home For Wedding :


Miss Claudette Lacerte of Washington, D. C. is home for a visit with herp( '
Planned For Valentine Ball
:i i'a ente Mr. and Mrs. Arccl 1 Lacerte and to attend the wedding of her brotheC&TSC: :

thur J. Grant Lacerte and Miss Karen Goodman Saturday. The ceremony KUT:
Glittering beans of red bets may be obtained from .......
whit and silvered, constructed any member of the Junior take place at three p.m. In St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
in many sires ranging Woman'i Club or by calling ,
from miniature. to three Mra. Tatum and they will also MlM Cissy Smith arrived Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Klundrr The French Club of WIrre'
foot cordate shapes were be available at the door. A ) w ae home last night for a visit had as their recent guests, Haven High School met. tit
created by members of the Tickets are $1.50 and all proceeds between semesteri with her Mr. and Mrs F, J. Whiteof the activity room on lofon4 t'.:
Junior Womin'i Club at a will be used for the ia ra parents Mr. and Mrs SidneyI Cranford, N. J. afternoon After a brief business
workshop session held Tuesday welfare projects of the sponsoring Smith. Miss Smith la a student I. 111 I o n, with John
evening at the Woman' organization tt d.Mp at Mt. Vernon SeminaryIn Mr. and Mrs Arnold GUI Schwarz presiding, Joanne
The group voted to donate Washington D. C. have as their guests for this Proctor a senior, related some'
Club.Winged cupids with bows blood at the Winter Haven week, Mr. and Mrs SamuelJ. of her experiences during her,
and arrows will be used in the Hospital Blood Bank. Club The Fireman's Anilllary Shurlry of Boston Mass., six years In France Mill
decor for the Valentine Ball members, husbands and will meet at 7.30: p.m. Mon. winter visitors in Sarasota Proctor whose father la with
to be held on February 14 friends contacted able to donate day in the Tampa Electric the US Embassy In Algiers,.
at the Woman'i Club building blood will do so in the Leisure Room with Mrs Mrs James T. Colt was is staying with her aunt Mrs
The miniature Cupids of Junior Woman'i Club name Jamea Turner Jr. ai hostess.A dismissed yesterday from the Mary Jo Elswirk and plant
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cardboard will be used at loin Richard Noll will be In v citrus cooking demonstration Winter Haven Hospital to attend the American University
vantage points in the main charge of letting up the appointments .' will be given by Mrs in Bcriut Lebanon
uditordlum and in the tea for the group at Charles Palmer The Womsn's Association next Fall.
room while the large cupids the hospitaL sF of the Lake Alfred First Fretbjterian -
made from heavy corrugated Attending the workshop session Mr. and Mn. Arthur J. Church of Lake Alfred .Mr. and Mrs Otto De"".
boxes will be suspended were the following Mesdames Meddlrk of Chicago, Ill are will have a luncheonat nelly of Sault St Marie. Mich.
throughout the ballroom. Emmett Waters, W. here for a winter visit twelve o'clock tomorrowin are here for a winter vacation.
Unique white decorative Scott Harper III Bill Moore the social hall. All womenof They are residing In the
cherub figurines made of W. B. Strange James H. Mn. Howrll B. Roddick' the congregation are Invited Tel Mar Apartments..
plaster types materials will Tatum Terrence Williams, was admitted yesterday to the to take a covered dish
be a featured focal point of Richard Noll Dorothy Fox. Winter Haven Hospital. and her own table service Mrs. Florence Craig has asher
interest. The traditional red Carl Jensen James R. Hardy Mrs Frank Alexander of guest Mri Leon Wil-
and white color scheme of and Misses Barbara Morton Dr. and Mrs. William Ketke Winter Haven will give an llama, of Huntsvllle Ala.
St. Valentine's Day will be Jane Motsinger and Geneva of Brooksvllle former Win. address on "The Chain ofMllslon.
used with accents of silver Pollard ter Haven residents are exported ." The June Gardner Mr. and Mn. Walter Owen
Music for dancing at the COMING EVENTS to arrive tomorrow Circle Is In charge of and family have recently
semi-formal Ball will be provided Includ. a Valentine Ball to be sponsored by the Jun. evening. They will attend the the luncheon arrangements, moved to Winter Haven from
by the Mello-Tones. toe Woman's Club. Mrs. Dorothy Fox, right Is chair horse show and charity ball and the Friendship Study their former home In Dothan
Featured vocalist with the man of the event, and Miss Geneva Pollard left, Is Saturday evening and renew Circle will handle the decorations Ala. They are residing on
combo will be Mary Lou cochairman old friendships. Avenue B, NW.
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Table reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. James A *
H. Tatum (CY 37524)) TlcTAMPACHOICE- I
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H MRS. W. B. STRANGEIsn't
nA Jr4errir playing paper dolls

she's really cutting out
huge decorations to b.
used for the Valentine Ball
s v t: at the Woman's Clubhouse
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Winter Haven :
r Mrs Roger E. Graham W.
t ''Yrr4 ,I Sam Dunn Mrs Jerry N.
Ahlk, Mrs. Clyde L. Eason,
Mra. Calvin R. Triplett,
Douglas A. Sleeth, Floyd E.
Stringer, Mrs T. T. Cheek, WALLS ARE BULGING .. :
9S Mrs Mary Meara Mri. Howell
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25 cigars B. Reddick, Ernest Willie. .

.1 Mill. E,Shirley Bledsoe McKehun Baby Theresa, Mri.E. With Fresh New 1904 Merchandise For This Sale \

H & H Pharmacy Ann Sellers, Misa Donna Jo .....
... .... Edwards, Miss Jennifer Boat- .. w.- w.J
I 41 Third St.. S.W. wright, Baby Edward J. ..
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The Rev Harry A. Ross,
MR. mICE SAYS Mrs. Mabel Lake Starling.Wales NO DOWN PAYMENT No Down Payment ie

Edwin L. Parsons. :

Tampa ;
Willis M. Harknesa III.
Auburndale f. e
Council A. Sheffield Mist R
Frances D. Barnes Francis 1 :
J. Ryan, Pat Dempsey;
Lake Alfred :
1 e 0 Mrs. Dora Lee Brown.
A Boston Mass. MMJIMItII!
Mri. Nora C. Riley.
Bartow /
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John S. Pedersen Mri. '
Richard L. Huggert
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You Still Have Mri Thomas Dundee A. Green. Motfel UM7t
Rochester N.Y. ;:::.
Charles DeVnlea.Polk .:::::: Choice r:: 12.FOUND MIXED(
City; R === / FOUNTAIN' FILm WAH1N3

0 Mri. William E. Smith.WEDNESDA == = ACTION aids ire spiral agltatiael


Time To RegisterFor DISMISSALSWinter Y'S HOTPOINT MODEL CTA312E $21900DUALLINTFlma I

Haven Space-saving Hotpolnt Cycle D.fro Ander.on.M..ter ,
Hits Rosemary 21" wdl! 19.tb stro-iont fr.tt.r allde! -eut /
John R. Bailey Mrs. *
shelve illd*.out porcelain criiptrj butter bier!
I. Baugh. M. N.
Richard
Our Individual Brown, Stewart T. Bryan, egg tlorogtj rolls on wheels for easy cleaning / \ "EPLACEMENT GUARANTEE
Robert B. Casey, John Clark
h / Mrs. James T. Go f f. Mrs MO50fin r? /fII/1"I\\\\\\\/ \\\\\\ MO50Per
4 Scott L. Hedden, Jesse D. ONLY MONTH Only MeiitkHOTPOINT
Laird, Mrs Johnny L. Lambert
Mrs. H. 0. McGill
DOOR PRIZES! Mrs. Florence Melsenhelmer
Mri. Samuel P. Shaver and
infant ton, Mri. Samuel D.
Slier P. M. Sims, Mrs. Elmer ..
L. Yocum. :z
SATURDAY We Gave Away 6 Of Our 50 p Anburndale
James L. Carmichael Mai-
Individual Door Prizes To The Following ter George Ray Dun Mrs.
Alfred T. Dennis Mrs Thornaa OPEN
WINNERS 0] L. Johnson and Infant No
daughter, Mrs. Larry D. pown
McCoy and Infant ion. f
EVERY
1. Mrs John Hammer Dress Mn.. Jease Slyder Necklace it: Earrings! Haines City
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Mri. Joseph M. Macchlone.Lake CHOOSE Your PERSONAL pa :
2. Margaret Ray Drese 5. Mrs Robert Oliver Dr... Alfred Y tree elf
Mri. Marion Lee McCall PAYMENT PLAN FRIDAY ::
I. Mrs Paul BaIbDreIS 6. Mrs. Scott Brown Drew and Infant daughter, Mri. ..

Charles H Ouland. 30 day Charge S
Drawing for 6 More of Our 50 Individual Lakeland MODEL FHJ14BSpacesaving EVENING :
Mri Eva Mae Robert 90 day Charge

Door Prizes, SAT., FEB. tat 4 P.M. Mra. Mabel Dundee Starling. No down Payment 14-eu ft Hotpoint chest "
frt 480-lb capacity! Slimw.l| 'Inflation For YourConvenience
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BE SURE TO REGISTER R. N. Stone.- Up To 36 Mo. To Pay m.means more room Inside fait. :

Medium size potatoes are freeze aluminum lining; gliding top basket i
preferred for general use. It a for easy storage; door lock.
easy to estimate portion and
there it less waste in paring 51050
Trfces ONLY Ml MONTH
than there Is with small pota

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be preseat to win. QUALITY TELLS TRICE'S PRICE SELLS Appliance Television Stereo Hi-Fi Air Conditioners


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ge SgJif WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Thursday, January 30, 196.f

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several modern boating facilities Five 1963 champions who will Mongo, Chateaugay, Page
British Expert World's Fair Marina planned by Marinas of the race during Hlataeh's 40-day 1.0 and Taco, have earned
Future, according to William meeting Jan. March 3-Kel. total of $2,746,358.

C. Crane Jr., president.The .

Visits Slocum Set On Flushing Bay administration restaurant,building In the marina will For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139

have a dining room, cocktail
iF7t lounge, outdoor cafe, coffee $
Water fordens Headquarter for boatman at The World' Fair Marine shop and take-out food service IJ'1:: r
the New York World' Fair will Marina, sponsored by Outboard Vending machines dispensing
be the World's Fair Marina, Marine
Corporation, Owens-
The Slocum Water Gsrdens everything from ice cubes to RlnoRad ge
in Winter Haven was visited now being completed on FlushIng Corning Fiberglas and SinclairOil frozen dinners will make provisions Bagwell Building Supply
recently by a distinguished Bay within walking distance Company, is the first ofReport available 24 hours a day.
British water gardener, Mrs. of the Fair's main gate.
Frinces Perry, author of the"bible" The be
marina win the largest -
of commercial water
gardeners and member of the on the eastern seaboard, accommodating DEPARTMENT
fifth generation family in the 800 boats in its E CO N 0 M Y
field. 240 acres of land and water facilities. STORE 99 5th St. N.W.
Mrs. Perry, en route to England Networks of Fiberglas
from a trip to Jamaica, floating slips ranging from 24

paid Perry an Slocum unexpected, owner of visit Slocum to to 42-feet will accommodate L r Tennis Shoes WorkE"shoe RAAYON11RBriefs
ales
Water Gardens, to Inspect his 250' boats up to 50-feet snd sheltered
new venture open less than a moorings can take care Sizes: S M L
;year on Cypress Garden. Road. of 550' more craft of all sizes.Evlnrude TIES OR LOAFER IN High Top '
Mrs Perry operate Perry' and Johnson boat I 8 8
water
$ $
Siren 6 to 12 3
Water Gardens In Enfield, Mid. taxis will serve the moor- WHITE AND COLORS. 99 5 PRS. 9'7

dlesex England. "Her book Ings.The Sizes 4 to 10. .... . .... .
"Water Gardening, was published marina't facilities will
in 1938. Her host of Include a floating Fiberglas
course, had a copy, and Mrs. Sinclair fuel station, a floating ;'xl2'Type Children'.
Perry autographed it while she dry dock that will service Ladies' Vinyl I Coats f
was here, tome 29 yean after boats up to 50-feet long, a boat JCltG 5. $488 Dresses $1 48
Slocum had acquired it. rental service, a 300-seat restaurant SIIfS TO 14
The English visitor was 'F4c't a food vending service L dl..' Felt Bedroom Jacket Length /4 Length Full Length ?
a
greatly Impressed with many of a laundromat showers, Lodies' Flannel
the new originations at the Slo''1 r dressing rooms, lavatories and Slippers $139 $5 e $12 $15
Frances
Mrs.
several BRITISH GARDEN EXPERT HERE Gowns $1.59
Gardens, including
cum complete marine fuel, supply, e
.
Sizes 4 to 9
by Slocum himself, especially Perry of Enfield, England, who runs the Perry Water Gar. accessories and electronic
his 'King of Blues. dens there and Is the author of "Water Gardening," the equipment sales and service.
"bible" of the business, recently visited Perry Slocum, The Evinrude Motors divisionof COTTON SWEATSHIRTS
above, at Slocum's Water Gardens, who Is showing her anew Outboard Marine Corporation I Ladies' Dresses
Elbert School tropical water lily, "Aviator Pring," a deep yellow will operate a Mall Port Training Pants Meat Sizes
lily that sometimes has blossoms a foot acrois. and Message Center where M, LSIZES 97

boatmen meet and visiting communicate the Fair with can 2, 4 and 4 White only .. Large Assortment of Styles, $400

Fair Tonight each other. OMC's Johnson Colors end Sires
Atlanta Braces For Motors division will operate a 6 8S Boys' Sizes 880

I Lake Elbert I Elementary Waterways Information USA Center Boat that Travel will PRS. 4 to 9 . to. Values to $7,98 to.. to. ONLY

School will hold public display provide authoritative Information

7 of to Its 8 science p.m., Harold fair tonight Davis, from principal Picketing By NegroesBy boating about facilities cruising waters throughout and OPEN FRI. & SAT UNTIL 8 P.M. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

of the school announced. the world. The Evinrude and WHERE PRICES ARE BORN AND RAISED ELSEWHERE
Davis said intermediate project
Johnson centers will be housed i
will be on display in the United Press International I a judge issued a temporary Injunction in Fiberglas dome' structures. I
activity room, and projects by Atlanta braced for picketingand I barring all racial pick i
the primary atudents will be eting.
displayed in the library. counter-picketing by bands I Memphis, Tenn. City officials .
i All Interested persons are Invited of militant young Negroes and Indicated they intended to keep
to attend.TECO the once-dreaded Ku Klux Han : swimming pools closed rather
t following unsuccessful than integrate them. No funds
today
I Certifies attempts by Mayor Ivan Allento i for operating the pools were Included
restore radiI peare. I in the city parka budget. to who
230 More Homes Grand Dragon Calvin Craigof I Greenwood, Miss. Forty-five people are
the Georgia KKK promisee Negroes arrested during racial
Tampa Electric Company has that members of his orgsnlza-I demonstrations were fined $500
announced the certification of lion would show up at each racial and aentenced to six months,
atCadditionil 230 homes in Its 'suspended providing their good
demonstration "until the

Homes service during area the as month Medallion of De Negroes quit this demonstrating behavior.Chapel Hill, N. C.: Thirteen
and ruining people's business
cember.Of persons were arrested duringa to
es" going buy a new car
Gold Medallions these, 151, which were means given Craig made Ms promise after store.sit-in at a segregated drug
\ they ue tU-cUctric,. includingeleetcie.heat leaders of the desegregation I
movement spurned Mayor Ivan
and air eondlIOII'InC
The remaining T> received Allen's plea V).rtn..rt.y lor a00day
Bronze Medallions for coollng-off period In the Legion Tag
meeting the requirements of an demonstrations which I have
electric range, electric water brought more than 200 arrests in the next 60
beater, at least three addition Appearance of klansmen at amass days :
al major electric appliances, racial protest last week Agency BusyThe -
Housepower and Light for Living brought jeers of "toothless ti-[
gers" from angry Negroes and "SMI.. _
A total of 1.797 Medallion almost touched off a serious American Legion Tag
Homes was certified during the clash. Agency had sold ,869 new license
year 1963 bringing the grand Negro and white pickets demanding plates as of last night,

Tampa total of Electric's Medallion service Homes ares in Cleveland,Integrated Ohio, schools classes engaged In. Frank agency Tillis reported, director today. of the FORD WINS MOTOR TREND "CAR OF THE YEAR" AWARDMotor I

to 8,661. In a shoving<< match Wed.
THUS laid that for the first
crowd
lesJsy with a of about
Merchants Hold 150 Jcerlnt whites. three days this week only 1,. Trend magazine's coveted "Car of MotorTrencr.editor r.'. '-
.
Two photographers were 153 tags were sold. Of those, '
the Year" award this not declared. '
was won year by
In brief and
roughed scuffles
uo 607 sold
TonightThe were on Monday, 312
Banquet jeers of "burrhead, go home"and on Tuesday and only 234 on just one car, but by the whole Ford line- The full story of \> .
Downtown Winter Haven "they! can't stick them Wednesday The director added Ford,Fairlane,Falcon,and Thunderbird. how the Motor Trend" '
Council will hold its annual down our throats" were hurled that the agency can handle 600 .
Singled out for special tribute was Ford'sunique editors analyzed and .,
banquet tonight at the Haven at the Negroes. to 700 tags each day "with no ,f
Hotel starting st 6.30: with a Other developments: strain at' all", and add he expects concept oftotalpeyormance-ablend evaluated the cars"4;.JIll'' 't :
social hour. Jsrkson, Mien: Start of testimony to sell about 16,000 more of power and acceleration, handling, balance can be found in the > ... '
The evening will feature In the murder trial of tags through the Feb 20 desd- "" '
and and February issue of
games and door prizes and "no Byron De La Beckwith accused line. cornering ability, strong braking, .. ,
long speeches just a social slayer of Negro leader Med"sr He urged all car-owners to tireless durability-as proved in competitive Motor Trend. And
evening." Evers, hunt today on the ability buy their plates as soon as HOW FORD RACING HELPS victories from coast to coast. the full meaning of ........ ,
of opposing lawyers to agreeon possible and avoid the last BRING YOU A BETTER CAR total J -- .
Motor Trend's citation also saluted the performance
Wilier Clarke, owner of a a final juror.Hatllenburg minute rush.
string of Hawaiian sportswear Mine: ElrMeenPresbvterlan Tillis also reminded drivers Most automotive engineers will tell you that part Ford's racing program has played in the can: be found at your Ford Dealer's! Stop in
shops from California to Chi- ministers and ministerial who were born in January of the track is one of their most valued testing development of total performance. "Rallies, and test-drive a '64 Ford, Fairlane, Falcon
Ciao and Texas, has unveiled students arrested
were an odd year to renew their
plans for s string of stores in during a demonstration to show drivers' license by tomorrow's laboratories.For endurance runs and racing cannot be or Thunderbird. See for yourself why Ford
Florida, New Orleans and Puerto support for a Negro voter registration deadline. He said there will be example, track competition led directlyto duplicated by any other form of testing," earned the title "Car of the Year".
Rico. drive. A few hours later a penalty for late renewals
the following changes in the Fairlane 289 .

V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons,
improved valve train, stronger connecting i WINNING POINTS SCORED IN 1963 NASCAR-SANCTIONED COMPETITIONmvaMtewmsotmmtattxN

rod and bolts.

'tgGe; Such improvements contribute not only to rows

ALUMINUMSTEPLADDER Ford's winning track record, but also to the politic

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Ford Dealers offer wide selectionThe UdtrS" _

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44 models And because of this diversity, .. .
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your Ford Dealer also has an unusually wide

Durable variety of trade-ins on his used car lot. "The Year of the Test Drive"The
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... ",, Ia "Car of the Year" award salutes Ford'stotal
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