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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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I SCENES AT IMPERIAL HORSE SHOW A LINEUP OF HUNTERS AND THE CROWD WATCHING A JUMPER .




Jumpers Steal i''i I Farm Program

I Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefThe


Show Spotlight.. : Is OutlinedBy .


TIIURSTON WILUS some of the finest performances Citrus Capital Of The World
By Read First In The News-CKef"
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Staff Writer of the two-day old show. President City Of 100 Lakes "You Always

A warm night with clear The Jumpers stole the spotlight -- -

skies* to lured the over Imperial 1,000 Charity spectator night shows at both with afternoon some of and the WASHINGTON (UPI-Pre- VOL. 53-No. 105 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

Horse Show last night and the world't finest horses in action dent Johnson today sent Congress
were well rewarded with in Ring B.Msnon farm messagecoupling
fans
Farms and, owned shown by by Cheeca Frank a special new agricultural programs

Is Chart, Holmdale, N.J., won with a city-flavored proposal Aimed For MooD
Sgt. Martin the $1,000 Open Jumper Class to atudy the growing economic Ranger-6
and served notice that he war power of supermarketchains. ,

Complete summaries yet- ,
Cited For Job tcrday' events at the Imper Johnson' shopping list of

Sal Charity Horse Show and farm proposals some carried
will be over from the Kennedy administration -
additional pictures,

In Guard Unit found on page .. through the and congressional already part mill way

to be In prime contention for included program for wheat Due To Hit Early SundayDowntovn
the Orange Concentrate Sweepstakes cotton milk sugar, and pota
.
and the Grand Championship toes.The
: in the Jumper division President said the new

p Can't Tell owned by Windy cotton plan which he framedIn !
Acres Farm and shown by broad general terms to al- t. .1

f.A Carol Hoffmann, North Branch, low room for congressional Missile ReactsTo
N.J., was second In this event, compromising should make
followed by Blue Plum ownedby market price more competitive Unit 1
Chance Hill Farm and with other fibers.
shown by David Kelley Mam- The wheat plan on which Mid-Course'
aroneck N.Y., was third. Johnson asked "prompt action .
Kelley placed first, second ," is designed to head off Seeks SolutionTo
9 ,es and fourth with Sure Thing. a $500 million-$700 million dropIn
,
Grey Aero and Grey Ghost and grower income this year by Radio Signal (
Blue Plum collected $700 of the offering higher price supports
$1,000 offered In the Open to producer who voluntarilycurb Parking
Jumper Class Kelley again die- output. CAPE KENNEDY Tl*.

w played the form that made him The wide-ranging message t/: (UPI) Ranger-6, America'
in last also to I, B. Anderson new president -
one of the top rider called for fresh steps seeing eye 1IUeTan. obeyed
year's show Mick poverty In rural areas, of th. Downtown WknUl e"eartuate.tted"lntdc tame
RWRtrsNga action to broaden food cM *. )tavg roue m, pcmleq U.biUry .
: :j .i.ioAbg; Buret the j Mcdyt mat .' f1ve-y r"*10- sia t.t.. weihaka.w-r.... w_U ."( .orb. today .11II
Gore ol Warrenton, Va,, tension of the decade-old r5b \ of solution of the problem probably will hit the moon on
romped to tint place In the For Peace
program. Sunday according to I top
JESSE: J. MARTLYFind (Continued on Page 6, Col 2)!)) In one of the few(real I surprises of parking meters. scientist.
Johnson And r_ mad tie remark: space
in the messsge,
Set Jesse J. Martii. need" at th. Couacll annual banquet Dr. William Pickering director
administrative supply tech!- Horse ShowSchedule said there bl .rtlM 11'11 "prewlnf omml..*>. o. after the installation of of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
I for a -p
din of the Winter Haven unit 'ud1'1< nrolatlontiy changes officer for 1864.He JPL) In Pasadena,
of th. Florida National Guard, j I which have been sweeping the went on to say that the Calif, said the space eye executed
TONIGHT AT 1:30 food marketing system. council must try to get more a critical maneuver In its
was awarded the Florida Commendation Ring A-15 events The President said one of parking lots downtown. silent race to the moon on signal J,
Ribbon last night by] B-4 events "We h a v e accomplishedmuch from the Goldstone tracking
BrIg. Gen. Simmoni, command SATURDAY MORNING AT 10 groceries in the past year," he ststion In California' Mojave
of the 53rd Separate said, "but there Is much
log general more
Ring A-10 event 100 corporate, voluntary or cooperative xty Desert. i
Infantry Brigade. Ring B-5 events chains. Not enough la we need to do. I am asking for Many hours of tracking would
The ribbon li for outstand SATURDAY AFTERNOONAT known about the effects of this help from all the member" be necesssry to determine the
log service by superior per Before the new officer were
1:30: "greatly increased concentration n exact result of the maneuver
formance of duty. assigned to Ring A-10 events of, power" or about installed outgoing presidentEpp Pickering said but he added
Martin was Griner rundown of
Sgt. gave a
B events. changes including contract that the technical proficiencyand
the loral unit In 1955 ai a aup Ring -* last year' activities and ac. ,
A short time SATURDAY EVENING AT 7:30Ring : farming and vertical Integration r smoothness of the operation
sergeant. complishments.The
ply A-13 events. of production and marketing 'fit' Indicated a lunar bullseyeon
Y
later he wai named to hli pre first thing done war tochange L
Ring B-3 events he added F' Sunday,
the fror '
ent positionAdminlatrative name ,% r-
1:30 "I that the Congress establish The adjustment orderedby
records main SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT : urge chant Associstion to Down war
talned by his unit have con Ring B-Florida Concentrate a partisan commission town Council. "This has paid NURSES RECEIVE AWARDS-Members of last year's practical nurses class Mrs a radio signal at 1:30: a.m.
rated far above those Open Jumper Sweepstake to study and appraise off in dividends," Griner EST to a pre Instructed computer
istently great end Mn Charles R. Hardeo Lakeland
Elmer Kopp Winter Haven center, right, re.
these that farmer In and
of the other units of his battalion and $ other events.SUNDAY changes so reported. "We can have far the craft, 27 minute
according to the citation AFTERNOON AT 3 and business people may make more people In the organization. cev* an award for the outttanding grades on the State Board of Nursing's examination. later the computer activated
During the past eight yean Ring A-t events. appropriate adjustments and ." He also noted that the They had the highest two score in the slate The award was made lest night following a motor rocket on the vehicle
the unit has received four superiors SUNDAY EVENING AT 7:30: our government may properly city tins never rejected any the graduation of the 1963-64 class by Mitt Alice E. Sherman, president/ of the Winter for about one minute to

and four excellent ratings Ring A-10 events (Continued on Page 6, Col. 1) idea developed by the Down Haven Pilot Club.'Diplomas. .. _______ __ mate the adjustment The entire
on command maintenance town CounciL operation took slightly
,
inspection; three superiors and The C o u a e i II 1 undertook a more than one hour to com
five excellent ratings on annual Jacksonville Woman AccusedOf beautiflcation program down PresentedTo Rotary Club plete. JPL spokesmen laid
IG inspection; three superior town. Griner bad high praisefor Ranger* verified receipt of the
and five excellent ratings on Jack I'lnes. chairman of command with signals back Jo

annual During audit.1963 the unit received Murder Is Ruled Insaneshe movie that committee.all over town"Jack," Griner took Practical Nurses Hears Talk earth"11 looks real food," a

superior ratings on all three. told the group, "and I can't ipokesman slid.
It was also selected as the best JACKSONVILLE (UPI) A and Hodges-pastor of the think of one building that hsnn't'i' Without thl* maneuver scientists
unit in the state to represent Church- been fixed up since he pointedIt I estimated, the Ranger
Beaver Street Baptist
court appointed psychiatristsaid I The 1963-" practical nurse night In the Florida Room of On FertilizersWillard
Florida for the Third Army Sara Thelma had been lovers for several out to the owner. would have missed the moon
Mrs
Training Trophy today They also started the down class, recently concluded at Winter the Florida Citrus Building by about eoo miles '
Luckle was insane at the time years.She I
The unit Is now at full she accused of killing a said Hodges was hot a* town shop and park program Haven Hospital and sponsored Receiving diploma for the If all goes as planned, Ringer
strength with five officers and prominent was Baptist minister with they struggled over a gun when with free parking token Grin I: by the Polk County Board one-year course, which was Instructed M. Fiflcld, managerof ,6 will make a erish dive on
98 enlisted men. There If awaiting whom she said she bad a torrid she tried to ward off one of bin er noted that there are not I I of Public Instruction h e l dgradu.tlon by Mr*. Florence Ber- the Florida Agricultural Research the moon early Sunday.,.nap
listDrive advances. enough merchants participating ceremonies last Institute Gainesville, ping up to 3,000 closeup photo-
affair. -- (('Continued on Page 6, Col. ')(1>--- -- -- tuttc, were Mr. Mary Acrl, talked to member of Rotary grsphs of earth'* nearesfnefgli-'
Crimlncal Court Judge Hans Mr.. Pauline Daniels, Miis
yesterday noon at the Haven bor before splattering to bits
PlannedTo Tanzler ordered the woman Beverly Gideon Mrs. Farah I Hotel on control of fertilizers on the lunar surface at about
committed to the State MentalHospital Johnson, Miss Mary Key, Miss Fifleld gave a broad picture 4:41: a,m. EST that day
Rid City Of at Chattahoochee. not Lea Lewis, Miss Gail Lovern, I of the uses of fertilizer In the The pictures which could
to be released without a further Mill Mary Newkirk Mrs Mary I scheme of modern life. He then represent America' first moon-

Unsightly Trees court The order.ruling left in doubt Rackley Mrs Louise Seckinger (Contnlued on Page 1, Col I) (Continued on Pegs (. OS. J)
Mill Verlon Walker, Mrs.
.
Plans to rid Winter Haven of whether the dark.haired 40 year- Wise, and Mrs. Marjorie sabr'l'
dead dying and unsightly citrus old mother would ever be tried ban. Friends I
/t
Associates Honor
trees were studied and discussed for the slaying of the Rev t $ l 6tt The diplomas wert presented ,
with City Manager Cliff George Earl Hodges She conceivably to the graduates by Melvin J.
Ryan and City Attorney Peter could be tried if sub Hospital
Arnold of Winter Haven
Kalogridis, by the Chamber of sequent examinations determined following an address to V. S. With Dinner |
Commerce Beautification Com she was sane at the time of the class by Dr. Clyde Asbury, Troy Party
mittee. the slaying.Dr .
Lakeland The class was preContnlued -
Former City Commissioner William McCuDagh testified ( on Page 6, Col. 4) V S. (Bo) Troy of Chicago manager was master of ceremonies
Willard Frederick, Chamber that he and defense psychiatrist I III. senior microbiologist with at the luncheon Wednesday
Beautification Committee chair. Dr. William Ingram i Continental Can was guest of In honor of Troy, Owen Biasrtt -
nan, and David Giddmgs, subcommittee agreed Mrs. Luckie had been h r n No Frost honor at a luncheon Wednesdayat gave the devotional and
chairman in chargeof suffering from paranoid schizophrenia .1 LAKELAND (UPI-The morning the Lake Region Yacht endCountry W G. Enn paid tribute to Troyon
the removal program pointed for 10 or 11 years and ? temperature bulletin from Club given by his aswclates i behalf of his associate and
out that many citrus trees did not know right from wrong L the Lakeland Weather Bureau: I with the company here I friends.
a. wen as other types, were when the 87-year-old ministerwas Forecast for peninsular Florida sad friend l In the citrus Industry Those who attended the luncheon
killed or badly damaged by slain last year r for tonight and Saturday; were:
the 1962 freeze or by neglect Her action on April 5, 1963. s 4 Considerable cloudiness to- Troy will retire on Feb. 23 Palmer, C W. Smith John
and diiease. These trees are were the direct result of p.ychoI I light, becoming partly cloudy after 31 years with Continental W. Carpenter Jr., Jame L.
unsightly and detract greatly tic delusions," McCullagh said. Saturday. Occasional rain north-I Can. He has !been coming to Conner, Larry Britton and
from the beauty of a whole "In our opinion she war insane pro district this afternoon and 'Florida annually during the fitus Enns of Continental Can WIn-
neighborhood, yet in the past at that time" anight. A few showers central I I' season since 1943 when he ter Haven; LeGrand Sims of
they have been costly to re McCullagh,; added he believedher and llstrict tonight nd In southern wiped solve the problem pro- Continental Can Orlando; C

move. condition to be chronic districts Saturday. Turning ,,, I lessor were having with swellsn D. Atkins and L G. MM Dowellof
The Chamber committee it to treatment
proposes might never respond ? cooler north and central districts 'I' I hotpack concentrate, which the Florida Citrus Commission
that a Joint Chamber of
iaturdsy. Lowest temperatures I le determined wss caused by ; Bob Kilburn and, )Morri
Commerce-City program be Mrs. Luckie ha been scheduled
Saturday morning 55 to 85 all i iIlatricts :hemlcal decomposition Since W. Ratcliff of Florida Citru
worked out under which a private to be tried Jan 20 on manslaughter -
I t,hat time be has been a frequent Canner Co-operative Lake)
contractor would uproot but psychiatrist
charges Future temperature outlook: 4 onsultant with citrus procesor Wales; Paul Pettigrew of Minute
and burn cost to or the remove the tree testified the was insane stand,' LOTS OF PRESIDENTS-Den BUser. .left, general chairman of the Downtown "t little colder north and central 1Ilstrlcts I in working out their esn- Maid, Auburndale: Del Mur-
at a property owner at that time and unable to
of S2. for a single tree and trial. rile Annual Banquet held last night .t the Have Hotel, poses with Incoming coun.j' and cooler southern disrlcts I line; problemsW dock of Minute Maid Plymouth:
and SIM per tree In group Mr. Lucki ha* been sched- J, B. Anderson, outgoing president/ Epp'Griner and Chamber ef Commerce I t Saturday night. No frost j H. Palmer. Continental I Charles E Dry of Minute Maid
(Continued On Pit I Col. I) earlier preliminary hearing that John W. Carptnter who installed the new officers anger through Sunday, 11 C:Ian' Florida district tale (Continued on Page o, Cot I)

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Polk Officials Begin Paul Vaughn IsI I Reds And Castroites : Church Youth I You.r Your Child And School I


By DAVID XTDICKCM other situation, always can


Mental Health Plan Lions Speaker \ Aid/ In Panama Riots To Hold Supper to AS protect parent E .their<.u.a should children Specialist take itept from I reason.touch ahead Never you when allow Parent detained a stranger should for any be to


Highlight of the Lake Alfred An Old South sapper southernstyle Individual who night commit told Immediately of toy mica
By ED BER.VD necessary to deprive a personof Uoni dub meeting lad night NEW YORK (UPI) Communists broadcast appeals lot mob violence. spaghetti in .. Old crime against them. They attempt

SUIT Writer his civil rights when be is was a talk by Paul Vaughn and Castroites helped South atmosphere, and a talent needn't become: panicky nor n it also a good idea to re*

'Polk county authorities have admitted to I mental hospitaL chief deputy clert of the cir organize the anti.American noting A subsequent meeting at Panama show will top off a week of should they frighten their child port the presence of any

finally started oa a program -Most mental health people cuit court at Bartow.Vaughn in Panama In which n persona : University which led to Youth activities at First Christian stranger who night be loiter
'rea.
further violence
with 01 the biggest feel that there I* no reason to the various was organized Church tonight They should take normalprecautions log in a neighborhood with no
foaling one explained
deprive a of his civil were killed and several by Victor Avila, M, Commanist Instruct the
problems la UM county: adult person operations of hi* office. I Open to the public the annual and apparent purpose.Any .
mortal health. right so he can get help" Dr. Ha said ever 1.000 legal documents hundred wounded earlier this I student leader. He was described affair win feature about children accordingly of the above or other

"Polk County bas a very Gessner says. Ha baa to petition were recorded each week.In month, authoritative sources and as a Communist tinea a dozen individuals or groups Th young child tends! to be suspicious incidents should be
tile courts to have his rights 1960 a former secretary who have been busy all week reported to the police.
of admlaslwisto 1957, the method of recording told UPI today.
Ugh percentage
of the 'with b
reinstated so ha can drive a car, general Panamanian Student staging the event friendly everyone Children cannot be supervised
the state mental boiplUliud was changed. Formerly The sources supplied several
and dos
Federation. meet Tb criminal
vote or Serving uo all of the Urn .
begin at It I
marry. p.m. therefore
higher re-admissions. I each legal paper was recorded photographs and identifications\
even Of the a mental health clinks book. Now Avila. Kka Britton. was fat Fellowship Hall and carry ranged person take advantage necessary that they be Instructed .
AIM Gessner. bead of in Its own of participants.
eye Dr. In of this situation. This shouldn'tdiscourage
trained
in the state only three are Cuba. After tIM diner are welcome to 'wait m concerning
listed In book making proper safety
the Polk Mental Health Clinic.! au are one About 70 known Communist but
friendliness
exclusively for adults. Many are meeting Britton was observed the foyer until the show begin. measure
"We hare two or three times for adults and children.A them easier to research and Fideliitat (Castro sympathizers leading the demonstrationsalong at 7:30.Approximately: should lead the child to observe
tho ,stale average on commitment said Vaughn who has been ) seized on aa incident to the lone border. several rule for his protection.
lot needs to be done In men SO young penpie
Gessner The with the department for 23year. and develop the out Talks Are Given
*, Dr. sayi. tal health and Dr. Gessner, spark of the Christian Youth Fellowship The best protection actually
rcimi' !. that the Polk unit .. breaks. Some 40 of these, who and prevention. One aa incident
Chi Rho
and Fellowship
Judge Bronson
County
sfmply hain't got the fadlitleiof Commission Chairman Wilmer Ha complimented the Lake played leading roles were said Quick ApprovalOf have participated dally this has occurred the physical or At Eagle Lake
treat both children Alfred Lion on their It years to have been recent visitor to
personnel to McCutcheon have already started week .in worship services: recreation psychological harm has been
and aduttt IG they concentrate in Polk County, of achievement known throughout, saying they the Cuba, Soviet Russia and Red and study, including an done. 4-H Club MeetThe

en .children. were China. outstanding film each day to An older child facet similar
;Laat week: something watdone county and state for their recall outstanding The Red who led the demonstrations DoiMetiine bring on discussion of youth problems. Teen-sgers art more Eagle Lake 4H Club

about this. The county Florida Editors efforts. Vaughn an were armed. problems and world situation capable of protecting themselves held iti
regular
ed visits to the park on Lake meeting recently
hired- Thomas Murray, a psycWriaf I Panama authorities were reported Under the direction of Mr*. and pl'tYenUnllnddenta.
>rm pan..ere, to work In Journalism Alfred before the local Lions to have arrested some of Robert E. Lee the young pea On the other hand they are also at the Eagle! Lake Community -

with jpjntally disturbed adults club took it over and developed the better known subversivesafter Pay Bill Seen ple have entertained other more open to criminal attack House under the direction of
Into its fine state.
a eHMf families. Forum Al FSC from present James Telford, American complaints. group from the city and those since they are not a* closely Erma Jean Thnrnhlll, president
Vufrly'i main Job at the I Reports These were reported to have from Christian Churches: in supervised. They are also out- The
for the minutes from the
chairman of advertising previous
pifUnt time will be to make Four Florida editors have accepted been released quickly because WASHINGTON (UPI-Char. Haine City, Lakeland and aide at later hour and in more
invitations to take partIn Valencia Regatta urged members meeting were wad by Joy
nnfttmlaary examination to of their leading roles In student Bartow. dangerous plac@
Adam
man Clayton
heOh e board decide 'wh"her a journalism forum Tuesday to get their advertising affair and government fears of Powell D- Youth Week began with three What advice should t>. given Gerber and the devotional was
at Florida Southern Col assignments In by next Thursday N.Y., of the House Labor
i"JtTson Is mental HI. It IthfJUJJi. in adverse public reaction in Pan Committee seniors delivering sermons Sunday to children It is Important that given by Jill Gerber
their being $3,000
that this will speed up legs .goal ama. (A palace guard spokesman predicted today Congress morning and music presented they understand the dangers Special gutst speaker 'was

th.process and avoid the neceeiiaJuif They are Cortland Anderson I advertising.J.. C. Buddy Cox reportedthat In Panama said be did not would approve President John.son's by the Youth choir under but should not become constantly Larry ,Jackson who gave a talk
placing a mentally tit managing editor of the St. ( ) had know anything about such ar doubletime the direction of Louis I tense and frightened. With on "New Way of Rooting
five pay
all but buoy proposalthis
ptflfla :3n jail" orof the Petersburg Times; Bennett De- rests.) Bass, minister of music Speak' this in mind you should consider Plant."
will b
Inn yon can do to Loach managing editor of the been placed and they The sources said a Sag-c-al.- year to discourage heavys lag on the them. "The Peculiar snaking the following recom- Other talks were "Good

d;a.t :. Getsner said.jift Tampa Times; Harris Sims, placed letter Saturday.A was read. from Bob log incident at the Balboa High of overtime In elected In One" were Mary Ann Os- mendattona to your child with Groomln ." by Patricia Campbell -

tjpial method of dec.r.I editor of the Lakeland Ledger general chairman of local School In the Canal Zone for dustries. born C.Y.F. president; Bill appropriate adjustment for ; "What la 4H dub"T by
and John Lopp, editor of the Hanks But Powell said prospect for WaUmcford and Cindy McDon
: his
I ImMt person Incompetent ornwa&ny welfare thanking the Lion which American students were age: Jill Gerber; and "how to make
ill Is for a relative to Auburndale Star Club for contributing $7] for to blame, gave the Communistsand passage of the administration- ald.Junior Never hitch hike or accept a yeast bread. by Erma Jean
slfXounfy Judge Richard A.BtWnn Anderson and Sims are gradates Castroite the incident they backed bill to extend coverageof High young people ride from a person you do not Thnrnhlll and Jay Gerber.
tile
children In area
.
of Florida Southern.Hal U needy the federal ....-bour law to took over the evening service know.
to order him picked up Christmas time. i long had been seeking to provoke Politely express thanks Other special guests at the
.na.detained The Judge then Waters, bead of the eoJ.le&I' at vllence. 2.6 million more worker were and talk. were mad by Pit but refuse the ride U possible meeting "were Mrt. Josephine
president, an
Lee Johnson not as bright Well, Chi Rho president, Russell
hiD committee of three ex- journalism department, nounded the Dixieland Lion Their subsequent actions responded obtain the license number and Cameron, associate home demonstration <
amine the person to determln.wiit' said the visiting editors will Club of Lakeland would visit to appeal from Havana Johnson sent the draft !legislation Hart and Buzz Pollard. a description of the car and agent: Bobby Hall,
discuss ethics and to leaders of the House Mrs. W. B. WaUingford bar of
"journalistic person. The offer a ride assistant agricultural agent
U anything. needs to bedC" club Thursday for riots and disorder ;
local ,
the relationship of the press to the on throughout Latin America. It and Senate Thursday and said been in charge of a group of from stranger should be re- Newell Thornhill Mr*. John

.:;iU; doing preliminarywdlr society." They will also answer Feb. 13. was hoped these would divert it* passage would help more mothers who prepared supper ported to parents, police, or Burr Mr. R. C. Campbell, and
questions posed by a panel of Americana share the national for the young people each eve- teacher Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Paulk.
filch will help speed up journalism students.The Dr. ArbaughTo world opinion from formal Yenesuelan abundance. ning. Mrs. Bill Foster 1 I. head Don't like money, candy, or Refreshment were served
tb. coainiUee' .work Murray charges to the Organi of the committee for tonight'ssupper.
editors will be luncheon The overtime proposal came gift of any kind from a string
will work with the family, and nation of American that
(OAS)
guests of the campus chapterof Speak At under immediate fire from er. The Promise of torn exciting Bible
win ttaCJo fet more immediate Pi Delta Epsilon national Communist Cub supplied arm W. p. Gullander president of Other adults working with gift 1* often used to tempt Reading

hf ID to the patient honorary journalism fraternity.The Drive-In Church to the terrorist underground, the National Association of : the young people have been the someone Into an improper or
>"Tfiub omiaDy quite upset forum win be held at 2 Armed Forces: for National Liberation Manufacturers (NAM), en the minister, the Rev. James N. dangerous act TALLAHASSEE (UPINew.ly

tug t*. the famfly. Dr. Gets p.m. in a classroom of the new The Winter Haven Drive-in (PALM). The appealswere ground that it would either Barnett, and Gerry Reeves, Avoid going with a stranger appointed Arty. Gen. James
ner sail!. 'They usually. have Branscomb Auditorium followed Church on Havendale Blvd. Intercepted In Caracas raise prices or lead to cutback youth sponsor.Siaie who askt for directions. It is Kynea said Thursday h. agreed
many questions and they wantto by n coffeeHospital will( have for Its speaker the and form part of tile Venezuelan In production. I even advisable to avoid getting with the State Supreme Court's
know 'what to do. Murray Rev. Ralph Arbaugh. pastor of Cuba. dlcislon Wednesday upholding
ease against "What this bill I I. likely to into a conversation with aItraller.
wW.work with them. the First Presbyterian Church UPI'i sources traced organized mean i I. that employer will EngineersTo This would aUmlaate the state law requiring dally

.Dr. Owner says that ta the News of Lakeland, oa Sunday mom- illation In the days look for new way to cut down Hear Talk any problem Bible reading In public schools

nor future Murray will ..lao.t1't Rev Immediately preceding and following Parents should always be Informed
. working with out- patientsyereums THURSDAY'S ADMISSIONS Arbaugh U a former the flag.raising Incident on overtime machinery such or at installingmore delaying Dr. Vernon of visit to another person's 11__ssreeer91NSURANCI___ __.__ uu _______ .
By
Winter Haven Haiti and
-i repeated" from mental missionary to came a* follows: delivery or orders," V. i.ld. home la additon parent.
Mr*. Leo Hendrick Thom. to this ana from NaihvUl. .. .. ... lb.tlocl.ty *..
*
btnptula- try to cut down Oa Jtn t. Cmmm n4jn *- lOW. -T 1KM >" laM -ma *'torte. toeUom of eheek carefully before
the btgb atambcr et read. I w JobMM, Bbr CimlhlB T.w. H. <"... -.- h. ....., twr wle OM- y.4, tt>.lr chlMrM*. ..ir M
oft Q'R ... \* at institute : s.it'fo M Mtnlni EDftaeer > mt .
,. ,.... I Matter Raymond Bridgewater College. > th. National in Panama greatdeal of work for a irnngcr. seMWaf
.".*_* a preens I. reI...... Platt O _, Mitt_. Connie.*r*. irate f. lea.. tut T>Dn, .the..M LMM Polytechnic: School low of; City to announce a march I everybody else," Gullander I will hear an address by Or. It Is dangerous to play alonein

Worn a hospital after' an opera- Nutt. Mrs. Charles E. Weed- Theology and the r Columbia on the Balboa High School. The added. "We must expand the Robert 0. Vernon Florida state alleys, in woods, on the

ties" Dr. Gessner save, "ha Is er, Mrt. A. J. Weston, Mrs. Theological Seminary. He is Communist orators at this rally number of jobs, not ration Jobs geologist, on Monday night at beach, or In other deserted James H. Cross
Veil. Ha Is were Identified aa Floy Brltton. and ration work."
not released as Barney Lee Marrall Mrs. presently serving a* president the Cadet restaurant in Lakeland areas. Try to be with one or
released as 'well enough to go Albert C. Packer William H. of the Lakeland Ministerial As Carlo. Nunei and the leader of more friend when going to 239A Third St., 5.W.
home.' Dr. Geaaner says thatIt a women' affiliate Virginia I playgrounds, to movies on
Raymond M. .
Yates, Mrs. sociation.Tha Phone CY 4.2144FRANKLIN
is the same with mentally Ill Prior Mr. Roy H. Ray, Mn. service start at $:30 Ramlres. Supreme Courts Dr. Vernon who received his hikes, etc. there i* greater

persons. When they are released Russell L. Singleton Jr., Miss and i* over In plenty of Urn The sources said they openly doctorate from Louisiana Stats safety in numbers LIFEINSURANCE

that doesn't mean they don't Phyllis 1C. Barfield Mr. Al- to attend regular church service called for violence to follow the University, will talk on the Don't stay around public toilets

need any more help. bert Arnurlus. *. Refreshment of coffee march. Cross State Barge Canal from schools theaters or other CO.
Dr. Gessner Is a member of Eagle Lake and doughnut are also served Britton 2t, was described as Grants RequestTALLAHASSEE public buildings. Always leave Life Group
Ht
the Geologists' Viewpoint.
of Mental Health the sparkplug at the Jan. 9 Immediately. Individuals who
the Council Baby Ronald R. Williams, free at the close of each meet- .
Directors. Ha Is chairman of a Mrs. Clart V Warrens In rally.A has been with the Florid Geological wish to do harm of any kind Mortgage
committee working on a Com Lake Wales card.carrying Communist : (UPI) Th* Survey since 1938 and will often wait around public Health & Disability)

prehenalva, Mental Health Act Ralph Langford. sine 1960, he Instigated demonstrations Supreme Court today granted has been director sine 1951. places !looking for stragglers. If C HonpitelizeHonEduceflonel
Unit
to present to the next leglsl Lake Placid Adjustment against the U.S. Embassy the request of St. Petersburg The Chairman of the Florida you remain in school past the .

turt. Mr*. David )I. Hadwln. In Panama City In 195S, attorney H. Leighton Thomas normal hours arrange for your
One of the goals! of this act Postpones Action participated In the Cuban-epon- that he be permitted to resign Section U. K. Custred of American parent to pick you up. InComing

la to mike enough facilities DISMISSALS cored guerrilla activity In the from the Florida Bar. Cyanamid Co. will Introduce \
THURSDAY'S
available so that a mentally ill Winter Haven In Lake Alfred Panamanian interior in 1959 The court ruled that the resignaUon.wa the speaker. The program Sunday "WHO'S BlTONITI EEN SLEEPING IN MY IED"GO

Mrion can be treated near his Mrs. Jerry N. Ahik Byron Lak Alfred Adjustment I and in student riots against the approved without the wa arranged by M. P. Me-
horn*,- They also want to work Calhoun, Coy Melvin, RhodesD. Board met Thursday In city Panama Canal. right to seek reinstatement at a Arthur of the Davison Chemical IS THE NIT TO OUT TO THE MOVIESI

out ,a mean. of coordinatingIn Newsom Mia Judy hall and postponed, at the request He was a Castro guest In future date.Area. Division of W. R. Grace and OELfO/
.patient and outpatient treatment E. Taylor Henry Cuba in late 1961 and early In Bartow.
Smith Mrs. John of City Attorney Co.
OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M.
Now when a person leaves 1962. hour win begin at :
and Infant daughter Mn. Jollay, the decision on the carport The social
Bb. hospital ha Is on his own.. James E. Thompson Jr., enclosing and off-street On Jan. 10, following a nightof 8:30: and the dinner will be held SUNDAY one! SATURDAYOPEN -

Tit committee also la workIng Mrs. Newell B. Thornhill, parking Involved on the property rioting, Panamanian Commu- DeathTIIERMAN at 7. 1:41: P.M. Cml.... Sheen from 1 P.M. MON. tin '.1.
...neaiurei to make It Master Cary M. Wilson, Mrs. of Jack T, Edmund. nist leader appeared at the
easier tot a person to be admitted Thomas R. Yon and Infant Edmund contends he doesn't National Institute to distributearms 0. VILLS

-'voluntarily without going son need to construct parking area to demonstrators. Identi- Therman (Jack) Ovie Vllls, Lodging TODAY.
through court proceedings They Aaburndale for his car back of the building fied and reported to the Panamanian thru '
47, of 125 E. Thelm St. Lake
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -
also feel that it Is usually until Isaac Armstrong, Jesse C. line, while the city says national guard were Alfred died suddenly yesterday licensed SATURDAY
7 $09
There more
I Barton Master Roy L. ha does. The board will give Cleto Souia, Ruben Darlo Sou- In Belle Glade. were accommodations
Brown, Matter Johnny R. lit. decision Feb. 27. zs, Jorge Turner and Cesar public lodging
Villa had live In Polk County the 2 .
made to chargeno In Florida in 1963 than previous BIG FEATURES 2 -
: Hall. Decision was Carrasquilla.Carrasquilla. sine 1935. He war a truck
and Restaurant
Challis MArshalli.r.ll I Hotel
Lake Alfred that be. year
fee for cases coma the J' ringleader, driver for Alderman TransportCo. Commissioner Robert A.
Mrs. David Garrett. fore the board. The board alto was Identified as a Communistcell
of Miami. He
yes was t memober Riedel said Thursday.Our AU the action.
STATI tARll Tampa changed Its meetings to the leader in the science faculty of the Church of Christ crackling; .,.

LIFE AUTO I II Willie M. Harkneta III. fourth Thursday of each monthat at the University of Panama. lie II I survived by his widow All the rousing romance...

Davenport 4 p.m.Eagle. Speakers were heard urgingthe of Lake Alfred .
Mrs. Opal Vllls ic of America'i brawlin
& FIRE CRIInlw" Mrs. Jess T. Lane Mrs.C crowd to "Kill Americans"and
Sharon
two daughters
;
noe INlUUNCINood I E. Owens, Charlie Wil Lake! Sets keen up the disorders "un and Tereisa of Winter Haven; :-cr :x tro wingupdays ". I :;

liams. til all Americans have left Pan three tons, James, In the U. ,< ; Itj"
Bartow i' -j"
Joint MeetingOf amenLater S. Army in the Canal Zone, .. r : II' .
I 2SI Magnolia Ave, S.W. Mrs. Earl Pearson. the ;; :
same day, a deputy Glenn and Bob both of Winter .
Acrou (rm Eichttiq link Lake Wale In the National I tI .J
and Two BoardsThe Assembly, Thel- Haven; a sister Mrs. One :
L -Phon 794-4:54 Mr*. Cary C. Whltten ma King, a close friend of Fidel Bell Wray of Five Point, Tex.; \\ I I' '
Infant Lake Planning
daughter Eagle
Castro and a frequent visitor a brother Will C. Villa of Win- t 'ucr'LmrSOJR"te"a.
--- -- Board will bold a joint meeting to Communist Cuba Ronald
person ter Haven; a stepson .
with the board of adjustment ally led a mob of about 1,000 Aldi of Lake Alfred; and one
"LET night at T:30: at the city I
ME I Monday persons to national guard headquarters grandchild. \ -
''hall In Eagle Lake. I II' to demand weapons.At Funeral services are Incomplete : pharmacy Is \ V" .
*' Show You HOlD I' They plan to discuss organltatlon i the announced ....--., '
same time Radio Trl- and will be dedicated to health A \ 1rb! 4 M7nr11l\1Q\ .
of the board of adjustment buns, a transmitter partly later by Kersey Funeral Horn : ...perhaps your ksalth. To best : :. :=r W ,,"TECHNICOLOR.iOClIMlf.1ff

"tASYlTlSTOBUY I Also on the agenda I I. a proposed I: owned by Miss King, openly of Auburndale. : fulflll this sitdesvor ws must live ;

beautification and cleanup : you certain btMflts. Wt must live 8 / ? ,htoo' Ml r.IU'f JtroR..wjm.llIIfIIIl"PlII1111 RDu

A TOTAL a program. Friday Saturday SundayBROILED : you tti* beat service poMibl W* ..... --ma _-. ,. ___....._....
I The board also plans to set : main every effort to 4* this.W ;

PERFORMANCEFORD a new meeting date. Currently : must stock Pharmaceuticals"- tocommoa : ALSO -

they meet the first Monday BURGERS die and (those which''' are arsrdy

'of each month. : called for. And *. must

: -- : keg our prices a* tow as possible.Yoa ;

: wit find that Mr prices *n
GroundbreakingTALLAHASSEE 970 S always fair...conll.t..t with .

BUY NOW r (UPI : ,..lit,. .
..
Ground-breaking ceremonies

: AND I the long dreamed of cross RGEa 1/4 Fried Chicken lox YOUR' -. PHAijMACY.DON'T .

: CLINI CLARY Florida barre canal will be held
SAVE In Palatka Feb. 28, Gov, Farri
kl. Repmeeeeaiw Bryant announced Thursday. QUEEN 87C FORGET

5- WE HAVI A URGE ASSORTED SELECTION SATURDAY IS THE a

-. OF NOW OPEN Vi Fried Chicken lox LAST DAY OF OUR I
FALCONS FAIRLANES

:. GALAXIES T-BIRDS Garden Way [ THICK SHAKES( I ] .25 ANNIVERSARY SALE.

iii
a. TO CHOOSE FROM "T'e CISC } /// B.... 'tn.lud. ,...." frlM, ANDERSONflexaiD HAVEN DALE Drive-in THEATRE

'b..', Forget Our Friday Night Get-Toqerherj LoungeSt. I BROaEO, BUftGERS / .INelasun."'* el.w..renaarrr. MUM, OPIN AT 'M P.M. FIRST SHOW AT i.)0 P.M.

TONIGHT thru SATURDAY NIGHT _
... ...f. 140 1 Mil -
HAILEY FORD CO."Where sera d Cys>_ *>.rdm* ,I CALL CY4-UI5 FOR TAKEOUT ORDERS ( Color 3 li,j Hits 3 Color

CHOICE LIQUORS i Jams Stew.rt In "TAKE HER. SHE'S MINE"

Service It Our IUlln.,," ** FRIENDLY PACKAGE ATMOSPHERE GOODS I BURGER QUEEN DRuli CO. Frank!i. Avalon In "DRUMS OF AFRICA""THE

r]64't. CENTRAL AVL cn.. Watch For Grand. Opening. HAVINDALt ILVO. WINTIR HAHN 279 W. Central CY 3-2103 LIST OF ADRIAN MESSENGER"P

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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Paqa Three

FrWay, January 31'.. 1964 I ,subL.ct. left "I...". pps hiI
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l Officials Will r The Weather--local State And National II IIr"h' AMA Details Discloses OfTobacco designed said mow The ledge.such AMA to"research probe Board beyond of"would Trustees Ustistical be-



"" fi t ,,,, Ii: "'I Search evidence" and attemptto
"
; ? ; determine definitely what
Discuss Plans .IITf, : 1f1 CHICAGO (UPI-The American
,'If' '. : diseases are caused by tobaccouse
I : Medical Association (AMA)
:,dM4': what chemical elements In
rFlo today will disclose details of itsnewly
smoke If any, cause or aggravate
authorised tobacco research
M disease, and what possible
For Air Derby + L yey4) gape In project knowledge to "fill "large beneficial effects tobacco smok

I leg may have upon man.
It was considered likely that
Officials of the first FloridaAir y"i' COLS 1 the AMA may announce financial The AMA House of Delegate

Derby will\ hold a critique \ details of the project-postibly Reference Committee advised
Included Instructions
the delegates
Monday at the home of Maj ; -' WILD tobacco Industry financ and
that the research
r"- C0o 1, .4 i
Gen. W. R. Wolflnbarger chair ing.The project also look for ways for"elimination"
AMA House of Delegates
which was
nan of the event of disease
it Its Dec. 1.4 meeting In Tort- any
the promotion
sponsored by i causing or aggravating agentin
of the Winter Ha : I.nd. Ore., authorized a "comprehensive
committee tobacco smoke.
of Commuce.P.rtlclp.nt. 'O j'L / program of research -
yen Chamber The reference committee and
in the derby alj on tobacco and health"by
t : : the delegates also agreed at
the AMA Education and :Research
rwI
The meeting:
are invited. the Portland meeting that the
will\ be at 5-30 p.m.Officials 1 Foundation AMA accept "only funds without
include starters, timers a 40r The AMA's Board of Trusteesappropriated any restriction" from outside .
1500.000 to help &
refuelerj, clerks '
judges, sources to help finance the
and anyone who had anything COOL, nance the project but it announced tobacco research
I -# a. 1SNOw6RS that "contributions '
r to do with running the events
I three officer will be solicited from other
r rAv It also Includes '
of the Civil Air Patrol, which sources" Including Industry. ATTENTION !:
1 The AMA felt that recent
handled U.S. Public Health Service advisory
said the
Gen. Wolfinbarger DKimS AND OWN IIIfetarrfoy
basic rules will not be changed, committee report on the Meeelee I
but that probably new ones: .. effects of smoking on health, NlfM I P.M. at

would be added. i -, "'45516, i .' :. while "based on an exhaustive Lode Region Speedway
of the literature" the
flown survey on
Since the derby was __ _
letters of praise for the and of scheduled for .,
many RAIN-The Pacific Northwest portions the Appalachians are -- - - - - -- --
contest have been written tlvofficials heavy rainfall today with showers predicted for the northern and central! sections of I9ltl
\ and there have beesmany and the Atlantic coast dater, 11191
California. Rain is also forecast for the southern Plains

JACKPOT WINNER-Richard DeMott Jr. was the requests for publicity; Washington, Ohio, and Pennsylvania Temperatures will hover around 40 in the Great II

I latest winner of the Anderson's Drug jackpot. He col. material.Mrs.. Edna. Whyte, 61-year Lakes area and In the northeastern section of the nation. I I Shoppers' Convenience

after hil was pulled from the barrel! by the
I.ct.d $55 name old grandmother who won LOCAL OUTLOOK Florida Zones

Max Day. contest said she visits airport. Mostly cloudy today becom TemperaturesBy GUIDE TO .
in 33 states and would personally log partly cloudy Saturday Panhandle .

I Drop Tobacco deliver material on the Chance of a few showers Satur Occasional rain and a few
Sarasota Papers .. 1965 derby to the hundreds of Cooler Saturday night
day United Press InfernitlonalI
thunder showers today, ending
airports she visits In her bus mid 70's, low tonight '
smoke High today Mini
SARASOTA, Fla. (UPI-The) longer advertise their ) ness. SO's. East and southn early tonight and becoming
upper Albuquerque ...... 24 51
I Sarasota Herald-Tribune and in the two daily newspapers. "The purpose of keeping the winds 15 to 20 miles per hour, partly cloudy Saturday No Important Atlanta ....oo. 40 Si

Journal told cigarette manufacturers "In light of the recent govern contest on a limited basis the becoming northerly late Satur temperature changes. Birmingham ....... 4S &SS

Thursday they can no ment report on cigarette smoking first year was to determine. High today 58 to 64, low tonight Boston .............22 1 IN GREATERWINTER

we see no justification fo if the scoring formula was correct 46 to Chicago ............ 34 4 LS
publishing cigarette advertisin; and that the kinks could day.Kiwanis 52.North Cleveland .. ........25 1

and we shall no longer accept be ironed out before conduct-" Club Denver ......... 19 I 5 HAVEN
Mortgage it In our papers," a Herald, ing a derby on a larger scale Mostly cloudy today with occasional Detroit ...... .... 21 1Jacksonville 1
Tribune editorial said. John W. Dillin, director, said, rain. Showers tonight. ,......52 I 1 I I.

I Loans The policy involves aU type Clearing and colder Saturday. Kansas City ......... 42 s

Talk to UI of cigarette advertising, from Faculty Night Will Hear High today upper 60's low to. Los Angeles ... .... W I ge

about yourprobl.ml. the national level down t ulght In the SO'.. East and Miami .. ... ..... 13 1
mention of the product in loCi Slated By PTA southeast winds 15 to 20 miles Miami Beach oo.. .. 19 i -
NO APPRAISAL FEE ads. The Twin Cities Z8 1
grocery newspapers hour northerly
ON published by Lindsay Newspapers Ai High School"Faculty News Analyst per! becoming New Orleans ......._ 51 I 'THE HAPPY HOUSE

FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST Inc., have a Joint circulation Saturday.Central New York ........... 21 /

MORTGAGE of more than 40,000. Appreciation" will **,:t11 cloudy today becoming Orlando ..........54 I antes sendere tttck .l
.
be the topic Monday Philadelphia .oo. 21 Y
CORP. program partly cloudy Saturdsy. Phoenix .. .... ..... 40 1 / e GIFTS e CARDS CANDIES
of WINTER HAVEN Make crushed pineapple by evening when the Parent-Teach. showers sat. rb'9t
Chance of a few r
............ 31 I I
running pieces of fruit through er-Student Association of the Raleigh 2S9W, Central Avenue
519 Central Ave., CY 3-5151 urday. Cooler Saturday night.
a meat chopper. Winter Haven High School 1 St. Louis .. ...... 31 5 SI
High today mid-70's. low tonight
the school. San Francisco .,.. .. 47 J I
meets at 7:30: at upper SO's. East and southeast Seattle ...... ..... 40 4 1 \
The heads of each school depart.ment will I winds 15 to 20 miles per hour Tampa .._ ...... 54 T. NEW HOMES d L CAMERA1
For.' TIME"and in the high becoming northerly late Saturday ...... ..26 Si e I
sit asIK give an explanation of the work Washington & REMODELING $ & TV

TEMP RATURE l that their. department encom- 1 South W. C. McEvers VD Winter Haven IPkon
pasws.Knute Ittttk
Partly cloudy and mild today Posters Push 213-4M4
Iooi! .."11'\" Delft president will and Situriiiy with chance L UllblN CONTRACTOR tea MM.. H.W. J
preside and a full .nIDd.D" _. .. I Ae.. C. S.W. CY1-I1M
.HANGl.. NATION. \:: IANIA.. "' ., ..ISI.I: I* urged. ot High today.M. tonight miA70 ns,. "low,. .ol Florida Citrus see 'e also' aH< orMfl aumiMssilCUSTOM
--- -- --
, fr. s- night around 00. East and southeast Fotr bfta going up today !XpEseT ENXP+ENSNR
winds 15 to 30 mile Pr oa billboard around Florida

hour. urging viewers to WORK
ICe,. [ RMIPHOOTING i !
Partly cloudy and mild today "Send Florida Citrus To

SHOP and Saturday with chanceof Freezin' Friends"The
a shower tonight or Satur handiwork of the Florida Auto Glass Seat Covers Convertible Tops

day High today mid) -70's. low Citrus Commission, the Complete Selection of Fabrics
I. tonight In the SO'.. East end
EARLY southeast winds 15 to 20 miles posters present a simple men Hicks Upholstering & Glass Shop ,
'ndtrey GILBERT RICIIARDSON per hour today sage consisting of one line of
1101 SIXTH ST.. S.W. 212-/$4
text and reproductions of an '
Gilbert Richardson, news analyst
Five Day ForecastFive orange and a grapefruit outfitted .
i and research writer, will
with earmuffs. 1
Lawnmower
speak to the Winter Haven Kl- day forecast for peninsular
In staging a promotion In M
Florida
for period beginning

wants Club at Us Tuesday HEADQUARTERS
I Limited 7 p.m. tonight and enduiT behalf of the state's gift cltrus JOHN PETERS .
luncheon next week. TORO -
meeting -
p.m. Wednesday: fruit shippers the Com : PHARMACY
Autbarigid S>ln S
Hia subject will be "Latin Amer. 11'11.vera.e\
Temperatures
mission decided to use billboards COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE a Free Prescrip
Quantities Ic. Friend Foe." slightly\ below normal over the
or within the state to deliver SERVICE REPAIRS ON All floss Deliv.ry
northern part of the state and MAKE LAWN MOWERS tOUTIOARO
Jim Owne is program chairman .
near normal elsewhere. Normal! the message to the millions MOTORS. iia city li"'lll)

for the day maximum minimum ranges of tourists and residents Phone 293-4667 Drve i -IAHARYEY's

Richardson is a specialist on from (5 to 43 In Tallahassee to who travel principal high Window
MOWER
Latin America In his columns, 78 to M along the southeast ways .1. Pllr I'. N.
SPECIAL PURCHASE television and platform appearances coast. Precipitation will average "The Idea la to encourage SERVICE CT ..Jlt1
ISIS
ale at Cypran ShipperSTANDARD
he has drawn on his ex- around an Inch In the northernsections every viewer to send citrusto

eriences during many trips to and generally less thana friends or relstivee In other .

the Caribbean, Central and half inch in the southern por parts of the country" according .

South America, where he has tion. to Homer E. Hooks,

2PC. JAMAICA SHORTS SET Interviewed responsible leaders Commission general manag TV
and has also visited Spain to Boa er.

get background on the originsof Missing More than 40 billboards are Safes and Service en all mates of TV, radio, ._ :

'I Latin Americans.He I Found Safe scheduled to deliver the message Mali, stereo Radio dispatched service cells :
Is a member of the Com during the next four .,
,; MADE BY THEWORLD'S mittee on Pan-American Policy I months to motorists traveling 41 Srh St.. N.W. CY 3-3421 '
ST. PETERSBURG fUPI)
In the stste'i eight major
and In 1960 was named one of I
MOST FAMOUS SPORTSWEAR the 10 Outstanding Young Men The Coast Guard said Thursday market areas.Quntea .
the foot of(
204- Caravel object
I :
of the Year by the Junior
a i search In the Gulf of Mexico, From The News
MANUFACTURER Chamber of Commerce.A .
1 former history teacher In bad been found safe in port at GENEVA U.S. disarms- Would You U. ,,
Alavardo, Mexico. ment negotiator William C
Winter Haven School,
Richardson served High as assistant The vessel had been reported roster, proposing a freeze on We're Till Join
missing with nine men aboarden production of new and more Q
director of admissions at
: Florid. Southern College and route from Alavardo. The powerful nuclear weapon delivery Up All la This List of Local '
i: Jamaica Shorts In Solid Coast Guard said the Caravelleft vehicles: .
yt later of Latin
as professor \ Tampa Jan. II. "It would halt the race to Night) *
American I He I. .
history.
a Colors with CoordinatingPrint product better strategic ".. Advertisers?
presently doing writing, re-
Cook cheese and cheese hides to carry bigger war.
search and and 24 Hour
Check Blouse. public speaking dishes very slowly Fast or leads. It would mean an end '
or lives In Lakeland. call the
high temperature cooking I to the qualitative as well as theuantitative L...
makes cheese tough and rubber strategic arms Telephone ....
ADDS INCENTIVE ,. ace." Daily NewsChief"Anawering
Professional
r TORRINGTON, Conn. (UPI)
t NOW Cltr Clerk Fred P. Brunl la
hand. Display/ Advertising! Dept *
giving helping
cupid a
Brunl said Thursday that he Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply Service

T would hand out two silver dol- Of Winter Haven 294-4204 CY 3.2191.. 2|

ars to each couple applying 124 3rd Sf. N.W. 5
Headquarters for Pipes, Valves I Fitting
sF00'l for a marriage license next CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIIUTOR 4,,

month. AIM a Ctmfltt elms of Pump, Plumtmf' ,11
Since It was leap year, he MMhinlMl A Induilrlil. aupplioWHOLESAll :).
aid, he wanted to give a little ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES e'
to ladies who 4tk. St. It A... L, N.W. M Uk SlIme kMn4 Uli" I.... 1..1'...
encouragement
YOU CAN DEPEND ON :
might be hesitant about "poo CAU COLLECT 294-4247 WINTER HAVEN

ling the question. .

A Set HAVEN APPLIANCES

for quality sales and service oi :;
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Sim iIe t. for Happy Heart RCA VICTOR

IllusIeetie.ild .. COLOR TV sad STEREO ::

give Valentine Gifts Over 30 years .< satisfied customers. :-'

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259 W. Central Avt.CY Nite t day service callsRentals

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Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Friday, Uanuary 31.


Uf ahead, they a" not likely

Winter Haven Daily News-Chief to hurry Into the unknown area.
-Today'sCommentary- I Window
W. I. RYNEHSON fd.ter.Publl.nir. Project Alert Washington You might expect the :X*.

JOHN W. RYNERSON. Aiiltttnt te the ',,1111.10.; publicans OB Jordan'. commit

Put-lithe detly tt...,t Saturdty ty the Winter Hive MAJOR AL LONG USAR Ret By LYLE C. WILSON Truman's deep freeze and mink tee to be preislrj for mart

Pu.llihlng c., las, Ut lad Street. N.W., Winter Htvta. Fltrlda 87 fnllH Press International coat mess.These vigorous Inquiry Into the .0.

Analyst There 1* a patty-cak rhythmto investigators from tivltlei of Bobby Baker who
CHARLES ftOSHORM general Manager B, PHIL NEWSOM the Senate'a Bobby Baker Investigation -
I Walsh hid was the creature cl the Senate
/ to Bobby something
UPI Foreign News Analyst THE STRANGE PARADOX OF doomed to live In a society that makes an old
JACK IEAHAN All,,', Miter Democratic majority But the
In and it
common, was big
Whether the United States AMERICAN MIGHT AND slavery unless the struggle" Is timer wish for the likes of the Republicans have no

tm j. SULLIVAN AeVertiiing ......,., served Its own belt Interest WEAKNESS placed In the context of correct Investigator who were tearingthe They were prosecutors. They that Baker did not assursjce do
MORAL value. Even here w* roof off of things back therein some
when It tell
agreed to U.S Quota "America emerged uniformly were acting for Sta.t. wheeling and dealing for Republicans .
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE : under massive attack sine the l 20's and 1930'a.
art
wheat to Ruitli till I. a nit-
Shin,., ft .... .'.., Int. Chi..,., III, I tar of debiU.Undeniable from World War II the wealth the SLAVERS have convinced The late Tom Walsh for ex ate committee that were as well is for Demo
lest, mightiest power In bislory. people that MORALITYIS ample. Sen Thomas J. Walsh all-out to get the facts. Not crats. Moreover the committee
however I. the many
Ent.red et Secend CI... Mtll Mttttr S., .. 114 at the Pet Office effect it hn ,hid on the, United She was the sole custodian ON THEIR SIDE It is the D.Mont., put Andrew W. Mel just some of the facto but ALL operates under a Senate resolu
,In Winter Ht..., FUruh, under eel ef Mirth 2, SiR of the atomic bomb. She tion which can be strictly construed -
Statei friends and allies In d*. communist who are 'selfless Ion on the witness stand in the of the facta.
assumed the role of rebulldtr I to meaa that the Inquiry
compassions and the capitalists course of exposing a cabinet -
their with and
Fending own deillngi When
Pecora
:
or Bobby or must
world Oa the not extend to
of the shattered
MtMIER AUDIT IUKIAUOF Communiit.bloc nations who are 'greedy war member mired in the oil muck mem-
especially
of Tom Walsh got lead fol- hers of the U. S. "-
Cubi other band at the start mongers' the opposite of the of Teapot Dome.Or a they -nat.

.e. CIRCULATIONS In reply to expressed U. S. World War II. Communismruled truth.It Fred Pecora, now Judge owed It. They were trying to The ask committee for It not likely

dliplenure_ .over the $11 million : only one country-the Soviet is not an over simplification Ferdinand Pecora of the New to put someone In jail and often broader powers. Not

Active Member USURER in. of Brmin.made buses to Union, which emerged from to insist that the basic issue York bench Pecora was counsel or not they did. Not so with likely that is, unless the voter
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL the Castro government, a company the war badly damaged.Yet of our times la whether mankind to the Senate stock market the rabbity Inquiry into th begin to howl in protest
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United Press I. entitled t. the nit official remarked tartly during the seventeen enjoy the risks of freedom nvestigators In 193031. .nd times life The com-ittee has not distinguished .
of
ASSOCIATION Re' rtpukllettleii ef elI lecal ntwt p.1." )resrs following the war (1M5- Bobby Baker as lt el(. The secret testimony -
and have
that the United States had the minimum security of Or If Walsh Pecora
i or directed
by
Sen.
Everett
ed In th;i itiwiptptr II .11 II all UPI! B. of insurance
a 4 Ntwi Dupetchet.ADVERTISINft asked no OM'I permlnlon when .Ml), communism conquered or slavery. This I I. what the great faded' out of your memory how Jord.lI. DNC. L. P. McLen- man Don B.

It decided to tell wheat to the consolidated its rule over seventeen debit of our era Is about. about an investigator like the don U special counsel for Jor- Reynolds related to President
DEADLINE Soviet Union countries, and now holds W* shall NOT win this debate lobby Kennedy who dealt with dsa'i committee. Johnson and his amlly's Texas

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT, In Madrid, the Spanish Infer- on*.third of the human rice unleii w* have a clear vision the hoodlums, Hoffas, the Becks Given the enthuilutie! television station
ly the Werdt | PM Pr..I.ul Dty. ty hi lash I PM. Pr.yl.y. D.y.legil nation ministry weekly, El Es- In slavery It also bas enormous of the moral right of freedomto for the more recent McClellan up- The committee spent a chunkof
: of the
port
Neticttt ;'.M. ... ,, Id.tlen. Dttdlhtei committee senators,
I the
rt Day. Friday. influence! over many others. taxpayers' money for a
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT panel also referred to the win over slavery. End quote: Inquiry. There have been others cLendon DO doubt could

Sundey Iditltn-I P.M. ThuriJiyi. Mtndty Iditlen-.I P.M. Frld." wheat deal In defending! a promoted (An Analysis by Rev. SteuirtHcBirni such as Bill Rogers who was match Walsh Pecora or Bobby special press release to make
T".....' .-Nun Saturday Wtdntidty, Thursday and Friday exchange of Cuban sugar All this occurred DESPITEAmerica's of Glendale Californa counsel to the Senate Investigators !- Kennedy In exposing evil But sure Reynolds' secret testimony
tditieni-1 P.M. T.. Days In Ad.tnct. for' Sp.ntlh.built fishing vessels unparalleled wealth .) who turned up Harry S. committee counsel would attract minimum attention .
and medium tonnage reighteri. and power, and in the case never can It was made public on the
Member" Southern Newspaper Pukllihen AiiettatieaMambar The weekly added: of Cuba, in SPITE of the MonRoe the proceed faster nor further than day the budget went to Con.
Flanata Frail Auaclatia "Deiplte American Doctrine. WHAT HAS committee desires. This I.not gress.
pressure BROUGHT US TO THIS EVIL to suggest that the senators
Spain is doing everything possible -
SUBSCRIPTION RATESI In America are sabotaging their .
Religion own Invesigation. DANDY
Cirnar Mail to Increase It. non- HOUR? Our national guilt is CAMELEICESTER

V.,,, $1120, 4 mtnthi, I R.IO) I ar meMhi, $4.III I mtnth $1.IS; strategic trade with Cuba not that we caused the vie be just.letting Rather the they natural seem law to England UPI.
...k,.,,"'IS etnti. hails C.I... Dally, S cants Sunday 10 ttntk Negotiations between the two tory of communism but that of -Th men student at Lelces-.
nations continue their course" WE LET IT HAPPEN. The By tOLlS CASSELS ecticut have been brushed politics run its course. The ter University can hardly wait.

TELEPHONICYprauIJItl The isle of the buses was lor guilt: belongs not to any one United, Press International off by some politicians as posibl 1 natural law of politics, when for March to arrive. That's'

Britain the largest in some political party, any one Individual When John T. Kennedy.. Democratic vice presldea- I.applied that when in the the current situation, when they will play rugby football -
years in her dealings with or any one organized senators corn- with 200 girls, dressed In
'uba. subversive group; but to the elected President In I960 many tl.l candidates "simply because rising the investigating com jeans or tights, who challenged

A Thought For Today Of much larger proportions American people as a whole people thought that the relig- they are not Roman Catholics" mlttee are Dot sure of what them to a tournament

It the proposed exchange between W. have deliberately Ignored bus Issue had been banished "Tbe American principle at

Spain and Cuba, involv- the warning signals, and shut forever from American politic ut clearly affirmed in the

"8. careful for nothing( ; but in everything by lag on the one hand the sale our eyes to what is taking But It now appears that this MO election 1 I. that a man's ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

of 330,000: tons of Cuban sugar place in the world for whose character has much to do with
and supplication petition with J
( thanktgiving
prayer ) divisive issue be revived
may
worth about $80 million and on leadership we are responsible whether or not the American WDIO-TV WFLA.TV WrTV-Ty WTVT.TY
let your request be made known unto God." Phil. 4t the other ship construction There is but one way out- with a reverse twist in people want him for a national eiMe,7"MC". Ckrf c
valued at roughly $50: million.In he 1M4 presidential campaign r"J
10 see precisely WIlY we have office, but that his religious at-
God knoWi needs far better than but hAIl .
Ht Orient
our we, TemM Orlaeat
a different category but I allowed the sinister growth of One agin politicians, are Illation should have nothing todo Temp

provided the avenue of prayer, by which we make also representing a breakthrough communism; where our policy liking as though I candidate'i with whether or not they NIGHT I It
Friday
known for Castro'a efforts to went wrong, and is wrong; and religious affiliation were more elect him to that office," the Januarv 31 .
our requests and find His peace. nullify the US. economic boycott what can be done to recov- important than his character Century anerted. .

= -Dr. Albert L. Carnett.Wews.Chief w i Havana Radio announcement er from our defeat. experience or other quakficalons "It will b* a tragic day In aIs.-Spe,4i:00' -Ntwt Wtdtr Ness Wttthtr, Sptrti, Newt Editenlul, W.. .||,., Piilit N...
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of a new trade National policies are not born for high office. s'ft Pulse R...,
our political history if w* bring 110: \ -CIS News NIC News ABC N.WI
greement with Sweden. of themselves but of the moral The only different la that la through the back door an 'I:4,-CIS New NIC Ntwtr 1"II.till ....d CBS CBS Newt \
Sweden practically exempt and spiritual purposes, and will hey DOW regard membership ugly religion issue which at NtwiItwbrttVtr
; Editorials from U.S. pressures, reportedlywill of the people. The lois of toyIty In the Roman Catholic Church great effort we have a last exelled :00' -WyeH E.rp ..> 011 Office:.. liwbrtiker Yk' R.II.I
TilJ WytH
provide Cuba'a cement industry asset rather than Earp Its It.".,
to principles of moral sooiutes II a political (rom American politics Tkt 77 Sunset
7:JO- Crttt Iti Offill Strip; The
with
machinery repair has brought a harvest a liability through the front door." 7141- AeVtnture See Office 77 Sunitt Strip A1cr.setStniTk. C".t
DuTYou Ever Notice parts and raw materialAs of f moral weakness. The subitutloo For many years prior to Leo Pfeffer counsel of the .
for Spain the United .: of moral relativity 11160. the party pro'i insisted American Jewish Congress alo '|:00-The Grail lei Office 77 ;rttJeute ,

: ''>>id you ever notice that it is the little thirds that States concerned has become that increasingly has weakened our national that a Catholic's name would his expressed concern. In a .I I::10 If--Reute Adventure ii lek lee Office Hips 77 PurEe Sunset L..Strip Adv.ntll"U
over country's
character, As a nation w* BO b.i pur poison on a national to the AJC's governing lurlte'i Law
report Rtutt Thtttre
ii
count '>:4i- Reuse it
-as a general rule the bIg things take of rowing economic and trans.portation
care longer tend to think la terms ticket. Kennedy proved them council, he called attention to "
themselves T What brings this 10 mind is the failure I links with Cuba and of right and wrong, but In wrong. Now they have flopped the strong pressures building up f;,00-Reute ii ... H.,. Burle'i lewlurVt'l Reutej"
has used both economic and f II Reute ii TKtttre LewMet Rente it
of erm* of that which is exped- .U the way to the other ex- In the Democratic party to nom- : -
the
space shot last Monday. The huge Saturn-1 was moral presiures. t:10-Twilifht lent TWTWTW U Rlh LawkretlitrLawkreiktr
lent possible. treme, and are saying that Lyn- Catholic vie prtHdental -
or
mate a '1,41-Twllleht Zene TWTWTW Met li Kifh
made Inoperative by one small plug that the "team"ba4 Spain reportedly has been For example w* do not look don B. Johnson stoat have a candidate "to IUr.ctb,

cither forgotten or overlooked wh.n the launching warned regatdt that the the kmneftdlnc United States Cubamarel ._t comfnumim. .. ..ci..._a ..aptrttutl.al_... CatHnlla A houil W'Uall'I\"III.ttate ktn4 *f %.<"*. Catholla"la er vote.r to'* meat this Citat.lenge IOoOo.-.Alf..d 5Ga.-- M''eke .. JttkPttr Junk. p.., Winter Olympics Alfred NitehseehOCyeplce
time came so there was that million dollar minster nptaW *s a breach ocnvt.a6.opsad or a threat to peace, a con first was heard In connectionwith the Republican party will I5)0.-a.tae.J .Jeb p._. ""' ,_.

to move an Inch, M aJo" tipping into out, mpc. hit. ..it... could mtlllna rnd.ru..ItJI. develpmeot I- ditlon w* falsely! accept as the the Democratic vie presidential Inevitably feel it necesssry to 10:41-: Hitch. ,,,. .I.... Peer Aiercteesi; _,
auto
: It doesn't make any difference whether we are for Spain. supreme virtue. nomination, It i* already follow suit If In 1964, |,00-Ntwi Ntwi. Spt, WlI1Spertn '., .
The Spanish program regularly For fitly years the eommun being extended to the Republican then in 1968," Idn Pfeffer. I Wthtr T.nll.t Sims '::ri i. Wlh., tj: ;, .!I:.:.
talking about machinery or trying to work out ilmple press lots have hammered at the ticket The argument I* the "The pattern of religiously |,IO-Thtetre el Tenltht Shtw Mev..lc" Ch..k...... ''ItM..i.k \

problems in business or around the house. If the little condemn.regime,the but Communiit the government Cairo theme that 'peac Is to be same I In both cites: teat n nalonal balanced ticket of which the II:41-: the 55... Ttnlaht Sites Chttk", ...\ ,

items aren't first straightened out the whole process position has been that both his- prized above all other values; party must Include a Hale of New. York U the liNG
MOM
Catholic among its nominees to Saturday February
endeavoring to lull our moral prime exa.nple may thus develop
comes to a grinding halt or Is out of kilter. We often torte and cultural ties, ss wells sens*. So well have they succeeded attract the Catholic vote on a national level. >

hear people lay "why bother me with the small details a need for trade relations.justify a that w* have acquiesced Religious leaders are diigust- "The potential effect of such 7,00, -Crewers W,""" Super CefSuper
policy of closer ThtttreT Newt C.
?" when if the truth be known this I is the fellow Spain also argues that good to the 'peace offensiveand ed and alarmed by this development religious fragmentation on the 7,15AIIII.nll:10-One Way Wtittm RFD Md-; Car fSuptr

work because hedidn't relations with Cuba are necesary -, have gradually grown indifferent democratic. crocen can-. -hardly-- 7:41Mi" Th.alre5OO..Captol. Flerldt SuptrCtrReeky ,
ideas can't
that his
who finds big watch the Interest to the growing Influence The Catholic magszine Amer- i b* overestimated."

pay attention to the smaller things as he went to over Citizens living of other evils, such as lea voiced Us contempt for ticket : \ Laurtl Jenel Ctptil* igj' |
of 40,000 Spanish loss of freedom and the depersonalizing balancing a recent editorial tll_ K.ftl.... tet Hardy5lO.C.pt.Is Rocky Jenei Ktnftre
along. Us : Little RuciliB I 1M.!., Mercury Ctptu
of Individuals W*
art now In the hypnotic state "It la gratifying that a man's -Memories- ,41- Kul.... Little Rtictll I Major! Mercury KtniireeMeier

Florida Tobacco Cuba.Almanac where we art beginning to look Catholic faith Is no longer an ':00-AM'* Sh.. CI..". I.., Mercury Alvln' She,
upon virtue as vice, and vice obstacle to the highest federal 20 YEARS AGO t:11-AM* Sites CI..". Icy Meier! Mercury Alvin Shew
a* virtue. It Is now 'right' to office," said America. 'We Miss Dottie Lu Becker was f:10-Teneeii.t Ruff ',,' KeJdf ly Supermen T.nlll....
We do not ordinarily think of Florida as a tobacco steal property from Individualswho credit Mr. Kennedy with burying home for I weekend visit with :41- Tweet Ruff ',,' R.dd ly Supermm Tuiede

producing state yet State Agricultural Commissioner Today Is Friday. Ju. 31, the have earned it, providedIt that Issue forever her family. She was a studentat 10:00-Oulck" Draw Juxler AuetliI m, Junler Auetien Quick Dna.,

Doyle Conner reveals that last year seven counties list day of 1M4 with S35 to fol- Is done 'legally' in the name "But w* should regret to see Stetson University in O*. I Oil I- McGraw Jlln''., Auetli in' Junler Auetlen McArtwTht
of welfare. It Is now 'wrong' It rise again In a new form this Land. 10:10-Mlfhty Mtuie Fir.kill XL S Jttient Mighty: Moult I
raised $24 million worth of tobacco. low.The moon if approaching Jti to oppose the aggressive threat time turned Inside out. A can 10 YEARS AGO 10:41-Mighty Mouse Flrtktll XL.t The Jetient Nutty Mouse |
.. There 4,200 farm hand producingthis didst' Catholic faith should I received his
were employed last quarter. of communism lest It lead to Harry Bringger I IIOo-RIII Till Till Deimli! Ceiper lie Till Till
crop and an additional 5,000 workers hired in oper- The evening stars are Venus war. If this should result then not become a qualification for bachelor of science degree .t I |h| I-RR! Tit Tm The Mtitae i Ctrtetni Sic Tin Tmlitny
87 tobacco factories.i and Jupiter. WE are to 'bis me' for causing office. It should neither block : mid.semester exercises at FlorIda I 11130-R. R.,... Fury I Cecil Rey Rtatrtlimy
atjing Those born today Include war. While we have been asleep his way nor ease him onto the State University.S I1,:4S-Rey Reeers Fury I Cecil Rey Refers

: There are about 18,000 acres devoted to tobacco Austrian composer Trans Schubert fomeone has rearranged all ticket YEARS AGO
I AFTERNOON .
la Florida mostly in north central areas around Talla. in 1791. price tags; now cheap thingsare "It the old 'religious Issue One of the highest science

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In 1885, Robert E. Lee was and costly things are sold very ridiculous high school senior had been 12:15-SIr. Ilft' .f the Yuk.12:3O.De .* lags lunny Sky KingAmtrlctn
fact that since 1949 the price per pound has risen from appointed eommandtr.ln-chlef: cheap Indeed. Our values art The Protestant magazine earned by a Winter Haven girl : Veu Knew 1"lIwl.kl.12:45D. Do Yea KnewTItndittnj

H.5 cents to 66.7 cents and the yield per acre from of all Confederate armies by all mixed up. Christian Century was equally Julie Brooks.WATCHDOG. : Vets Knew luliwishis Do Yeu Knew?

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:;: Tobacco is a small part of Florida's billion dollar In 1950: President Truman virulent form of religious big KIRKBY England (UPI I lo-SoI"d. Science Full;,en Writtllnt Ovtrltnd Trill

agricultural (economy but to the farm hand thrown outifwork announced hi had ordered the RADIO. otry." Edward Greity was" in the market 1:41- A""u Thastre Wrtttlmg Overland Trail
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Roaring Twenties Junior Exhibitors Party I

Hear PanelDiscussion WlNTCft HAVEN DAILY NE'NS-c IgWomen's F

Party EnjoyedBy Slated For This AfternoonThe


The Winter Haven High ) J Guild Members
tfi Chapter of Future Homemtk- omu4dtJ Winter Haven Junior Exhibitors in the Im

kyYSr ers of America held its month. Mr. and Mr. Sam DeVKo perial Charity Horse Show are entertaining the out-

ly meeting this week la the received priors for the best of-town junior exhibitors between' the afternoon and II
borne economic department costumes at the "RoaringTwenties"
A panel discussion was held party liven by evening performances today at the Lake Region Yacht

r on "x ireers In Home Eco and Country Club.A .
members of St. .Joseph's Guild
ir nomies' Speakers for the evening barbecue supper of ha m.
for their husbands Tuesday
were: Mrs. Sue Kennon.a ,
burgers, French fries, baked
home economic teacher evening in Father Anderson Wesleyan GuildIs
[ W BlLLIC CLH3 beam and cole slaw will be
from Bartow Senior High Hall. Members of St. Ce-
Mrs. Kennon give the aspects served in the "19th hole" of EntertainedIn
cilia's Circle were hostesses.The .
of a teaching career in the club.
home economics. Clubs Federation hall was attractively Guests will be registered AuburndaleMembers
decorated with floating balloons
Mrs Nell Hughes, a dietician end given name tags by Mr.
and
and streamers supper
of the
dietetic Wesleyan
spoke on careers.
Mrs. Hughes explainedhow was by candlelight with Carl Looker Service Guild of Beymer Me.
this would also be help Adopts Scholarship ThemeThe the dining tables centered The focal point In the party mortal Methodlit I Church

1Jt ful to a housewife who didn't with tapers The stage was decoration will be a large were guests Tuesday of the
the focal point of the dl'c'or.tlonl
plan a career Board of the Polk Mrs W, A. Gar, Winter Haven and transported the laddie interwoven with floweri. the Wesleyan First Service Methodist Guild of

.3 Nutritional careers were explained County Federation' of Wo Safety Chairman will guests "back" to the twenties Auburndale.Mn Churchof
q by Mrs. Ruth Elkins, men's Clubs meeting atJohn'
One hundred and
,,,was a home demonstration IIt'ntfrom Restaurant in Bahtow present a program at the October twenty R D. Mitchell gave
A potluck supper began the five young Helen In the ihow the .
Bartow. Mrs. Elkins Wednesday adopted as the 1965 meeting and Mr. InvocationA
evening and the bl'sslng was
a used several statistics Involving principal theme for the next Jamet N u 11. Frostproof asked by James Lunney A are expected for the event dinner was served to for.
girls of high school age two years "Scholarship". Americanism chairman will brief business meeting was' Mrs R K. Harmon li general ty members of the two

Mrs. Thelma Palmer, a Plans were made for s countywide present the program In April. conducted by the president, chairman and li being groups
from Tam. Mn. Sands announced the Mn Alfred M LaVlgne
.. .- home economist project in I96S to Mrs. Wilbur Barnes, who welcomed assisted by Mrs Robert Harmon .
'
president of the hostess
pa Electric told of the many raise additional funds for the 'Day In Court' program
MRS. OSCAR RAWLS of Jacksonville, right officially ., fields open to home economics scholarship program. Mrs. which will be held from all the the guests and Introduced of Mrs Elmo Hood Ralph Guild, introduced the speakerof
new pastor
I installed the Alpha Chi Omega alumnae club here In industry. Many fields Dan Bagley, Lakeland, Is February 24.21 with each St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Wetherinuton: and Terrell the evening, Mrs. Henry
this week a. a dinner at the Haven Hotel. Pictured with Mrs. Palmer mentioned were: scholarship chairman. club entitled to send two representatives the Rev Father Matthew Con Simpson Jr.New W. Blackburn presented of heartwarming Lakelandwho

her Is Mrs. Ralph E. Chambers president Advertisng foods, home service Delegates elected to the Court for to the Juvenile session nolly who spoke briefly to interpretation a of a Chris-
day
and telcvlson one
radio public State Convention to be held in the
group tian Woman's attitude tow.rdcurrtnt
relations! and restaurantand Jacksonville April 13-18 Include with luncheon at the Juvenile Mrs D. B. Fox named
Alpha Chi Omega Alliance Youth : was events entitled.
Home served for them.
hotel work. Mrs. Gerald Mabry. representative to the City Arrivals "Good News".
On the career of fashion, Mrs. Helen Pearce, Polk Mrs. Mabry announced the Welfare and Mrs. Harlan
Alumnae Chapter Those attending from Winter
District Festival of Arts to beheld
the personnel trainer from City, first vice president; and Newton announced that theMothtr'
Plan Haven the !Misses
Fellowship In Sebring on February Mr. and !Airs D. B. Rile were "
Jordon Marsh In Orlando, Mrs. William Walmsley. Bay
InstalledMembers Club of Santa Fe
Formally have received announcementof Dorothy Bartlett Doria BartMt -
21 and urged everyone to enter
Miss .Jean Permenter, explain. enport, second vice president.
School would hold cof
their art object Reservations High: a the birth of a granddaughter Lucille Clay, Blanche
ed bow this career was related Alternates elected were Mrs.
Special Event fee.brldge party In Lakelandon Glenn Jeannctta Harrison,
of the Winter Haven for the luncheon Angel Ann. The baby
to home economics. Miss George Mayer, Auburndale St. Patrick's Day, March Rae [ Sue !McCrelght,
Harvey
alumnae club of Alpha Wood- should be mad e with Mrs. was born Sunday In the Philippine
February 2 to March S will Permenter especially express.ed treasurer; Mrs. Frank Paul Campbell, 110 Hotiyee, 7. Islands to Sgt. and Hazel Seymour, Arpiona(
Chi Omega Sorority met fora college education for ard, Bartow, Historian; and
be observed as "Operation a Sebring. Mayor Richard Dantzler 1\1 fl. Lawrence II. IX>wd. Stanley' !Mesdames Carl' Bid.
dinner and business meet AYF Advance" by Alliance girts. Mrs. Paul Braddock Aubun- Board members from Winter was introduced and spoke on She weighed six pounds and die Harold L. Davie, Chester
ing this week at the Haven Youth Fellowships in Chris A question and answer pe. dale, Director elect of District Haven attending were behalf of the United Fund nine ounces. !Mann Amelia Newland, John
HotelMrs. tian and Missionary Alliance clod was held afterwards and 9.The Mrs. Jack Gurnett and Mri. Campaign. H. Phillips H 0. Speer E.
Oscar G. Rswls of churches in the United States, the audience had a chanceto April meeting will be W. A. Gay Mrs. Robert Schneider, Lt. Commander and Mrs T. Roux, and Mrs F. T.
District Alumnae Canada and Puerto Rico. express their views.A held on April 7 at the Livestock chairman o< St. Cecilia's Circle Charles R. Smith are the Glenn from Richmond, Vir
Jacksonville installedthe There will be a special emphasis social hour and refreshments Pavilion In Bartow with announced the games and parents of a son born at 5:33: ginia.
Chairman officially and upon attendance and followed the meeting. the Polk County Home Dem.onstr.tion Whole eggs act at a binder' Mr. DeVito was high scorer this morning In the Winter A short business meeting
formed club
newly participation by the young Chapter mothers present group as hostesses. In croquettes and neat for the evening. Haven Hospital. The baby following the regular prayer
the
was the guest speaker for people. were, Mrs Frank Boyd Mrs. Mrs. Mary Sands, Bartow. loaves. They also thicken liquids During the party a silver weighed in at six pounds, meeting February 5 will substitute -
evening. "We are prepared to get out Devore, Mrs. J. M. Groves, Community Affairs chairmen as In pie fillings, custards tea service was awarded to thirteen and one quarter for the next monthly
Members present were Mei-C. and work to win national rec.ognltlon Mrs Malcolm and Mrs. L. will also present a program gravies, soups and Mrs. Lois LeGant. ounces meeting.
dames John P. Adams,
at the April meeting. sauces. '
A. McNeer. .
for attendance
gains
B. Atkins, Ralph E. Chambers I
C. A. Hydron, PhillipE. In our own AYF," It was reported i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII till I 111111111111111'E uIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Hynson, Edward L. Jewett, by Rickl Schopke president I I
Angus Parker, Raymond Mat- of the local AYF. The Around The Town _

ton, Joseph A. Meisch, George sponsor Mrs Del Bullock, has
Partin Jr. W. Joseph Roe. planned a special program to FIRST
W. ,
Buck, Connel W. Rodgers, be given by the young peopleat I Everyone Is Invited To Spaghetti Supper I
orville W. Struthers and Luther the Sunday evening servicein 1Beta. WAV
with the U'tii.c.: ;
conjunction sermon =
Jr.
Taylor to be preached by the The youth of the First Christian Church are sponsoring a spaghetti! aupper- f s ETfi ita rr I

pastor, G. Blair MeGarvey. tonight; to which the public is invited.
The service will be at 7:30 at Spaghetti with all the trimmings will be served from 5:30 to 7:30: p.m. for \
NycampDixonJames
the church located at 2401 34th
Street NW."Operation. one dollar to adults!, and sixty cents to children. Afterwards, a talent show following I of Winter Haven

A. Dixon of 111 Prospect AYT Advance" an Old South theme, will be held.
Avenue, Winter Hired, la the first united youth attendance .

rrenkfort end Mrt., Hilda Nycamp of competition ever aponanred Mr. and Mrs E. K. Ectte- Mr. end M.... U H Bmllti.v Army 1st. Lt.- Kenneth L. I IT.
'*n rM tm B.rtow Germany were by The Christian and .,rom and com h.y. mov.dkere .. tti.tr au..u. Mr. end ._ N Mists M..a.. .
, : Let Fri- Viu it ie:ref of the'empnaeta from West Plm Beech Mrs. ,W. E. lurfew ot Gary, and oth.r members of &beVCorps' I .
.
After ,
a few days on the will be t unique course for and are residing on Leisure lad 2nd Artillery partielpated s '
East Coast Mrs. Dixon will teenagers "The Effective Witness Drive, NW. Mr. Egglestromis .
return to Germany to the of Wool. Troemel will be in Operation WINTERTJMCK
arrange In new manager Mrs. Ben
which
for a permanent visa, and will study opportunities young people for worth honored It < r. pUolI/ and Division/ an field sib training Infantry The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Amdatfou
return to their new home tea Sunday ittrraooa from
on
Late Van in Auburndale. their personal own evangelism age among Tli eVw *M Are of Pint two to five p.m. at the Long maneuver near Giessen, Germany -
group___ tfojrwf JPreibylerlan Church boat Key Art Center, north .
.f of Lake Alfred will meet end of Longboat Key
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Him.
Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for a
John Crisp Funeral Home covered dish supper at the Mr. and Mrs Frank Contine mood have moved here from
then- former home in Wells
home of Mrs. Charles Shinn. of Clinton, Is. are here o
Assisting her will be Mr and for their second winter visit N. Y. They are residing on E
201 I Pint Strut South Mrs Charles Shinn Jr. and Avenue C, NW. Mr. Hammond i
Mr. and Mrs. William Fry The Executive Board of the is a retired accountant

Winter Haven, Florida er. All married couples of Woman's Club of Winter Haven .
the congregation are invitedto meets at the Club House The Winter Haven area 4-H

Phone 294-4141 attend, and there will bea Monday at 9.30: gem Clubs will hold a rummage
speaker to entertain the sal tomorrow morning from

group. Further Information, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith seven until noon next to the
RADIO DISPATCHED AMBULANCE if desired, may be obtained have had as their guests, Eloise Post Office

from any of the committee Mr. end Mrs Don Klein of
members. Three Rivers. Mich.Post Mr. and Mrs. 3. P. Schu
bert and son are making
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their home here on CarroU

AMERICAN LEGION No.8 resided Avenue in SW.Boca They Raton.formerly


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gar-
via are her from their home

In Rochester, N. Y. for a

URGES YOU TO ATTEND THE winter holiday.

Robert IS YOUR MONEY
Raunett bas returned -
to his classes at the

51h ANNUAL spending University a of semester Miami break after WORKING AS HARD AS YOU ARE?

with his parents, Mr and Mrs.

IMPERIAL CHARITY HORSE SHOW Ray Hammett. This Is no time for your dollars to be loafing on
The W*1 .
e m Rtbekah
Lodge will meet at eight the ,job, With a sharp eye out for security, you

Left off Dundee Read at Lake Region Golf t; Country Club Read of p.m.P Hall.next Tuesday Mrs J. B.In Miller the K, want your money to work 'round the clock" whenIt

Noble Grand, urges a full atfendanc. comes to earnings.
..

That's why more people than ever before are

sprinkled A few drop on freshly of lemon cut Juice fruit saving with our help. Dividends at the rate of 4/%,'

!keeps the fruit from turning annum compounded six months
dark." The juice Is a mild per every plus

bleaching agent-It's also effective savings Insurance up to $10,000, mean real safety ':::
rk la !keeping whit "
veg. for :
tables whit. your money.
t,

Perhaps It's time to take a turn when you come

ct- M A Success Story I to our front door. Do It soon.

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Afternoon Performances 1:30 Evening 7:30 Additional Morning Fri. & Sat 9:00 A.M. Ury .In Mflitruoll.n. '''.'/''1'.

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Hunters Open Jumpers 3" 5 GaitecJ Horses SUN ACRES

Western & Pleasure Classes Arabians Harness Ponies OLD UKILANO ilOAOStete e

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Order Of Arrow\ I Junior Council Teen Slates Graham Takes Plans Cub Pack Party 123 Westwood PTA In McIntire OrlandoA Speaks Two Religious Lobbies




To ParticipateIn Dance TonightThe Post With State, Cub Stout Pack 18 win meet Has DiscussionOn number of Winter Haven Seeking School AidWASHINGTON

tomorrow at 4:45: for a akating residents beard Carl Mcintire,
Junior Teen Council of
party a tthe Auburndale Skat- president .: the International

the Winter Haven Recreation Austin Graham sanitarian I lag Rink. Council of Christian Churches, (UPI Two privately advised
educator
OrdealSix Department has announced that with the Polk County Health GuidanceThe
Department for nearly ;20 The party will be free for in an address Tuesday Bight religious lobbies are exhortingtheir that the program will\ include

It la holding a dance tonightat years, has accepted a position the Scout but guest will be at the Cherry Plaza Hotel In member to bombard the provision for federal grants to

member of the Win the Teen Center from T;30 with the Florida Board of charged SO cent Westwood Junior High Orlando. House with letter and strengthen schools In poor ares

Batata Chapter of the Sera- to 1030.: Health as a milk consultant Parent and friends are in School PTA held its regular Mcintire said there I 11 ". White on federal aid to and enable them to provide special .
telegram parochial services
milk to children
There la only one other caught
tools Lodge of the Order of The dance will be for Junior consultant in the state and the cited to attend the party. meeting last night at the great stirring the grass roots school in the web of chronic poverty

the Arrow arc scheduled to High age students, and will two of them will be responsible school. of America for the conservative The lobbies stand on opposite The draft legislation shown to

participate In the admlnistra- feature Doug Montgomery of for seeing that milk Following the devotional by, concept of government." He decried sides of the ever-controversial educator specifically provide

lion ceremonies of the Order'i Radio Station WINT with the throughout the state meets certain Drive-In Church Mrs R. W Wolford a special the "one worlders" and issue Each say it 1 II trying to that .the grant could go to
"non
standards.Graham profit private Institutions"a
top 100 tune.. panel program on the elements and
annual winter ordeal tomorrow I joined the Polk stated that Christianity socialism general mall to the President category which include

and Saturday tt Camp Brorlne, The price of admission for Health Department after the of a successful guidance program are Incompatible the in order to offset the effort of rochltl schools-si well a*pa.to

near Tampa. the dance is only 10 cents the war. He worked for two year Lists was presented. latter a parallel road with communism the other. public school

The Wlnnataka announcement said and dress aa a sanitarian and then: Speakers Member of the panel were "to political and economic Carrying the hod for parochial The White House ba* re.
Chapter com is casual. Members must have I switched over to the milk and Mr*. Frank Boyd who explained I slavery." school aid 1* "Citizen for fused to confirm or deny that

posed of boyi from Boy Scout membership cards and new dairy department.In the responsibility of the Educational Freedom" (CEF), this proposal 1 in the adminis
speaker at the Drive In I
troops In Winter Haven, will members may purchase themat I 1958 the Polk dairies won ,I' Church parent; Mrs. Sarah Jacobson, which describe itself a* "a national tration' antipoverty package

be represented by John Brooks, the door for 50 cents for a place on the U.S. HealthService' 'on Havendale Blvd. with service I teacher who explained the roll Downtown Unit nonsectarian organization The press office old Johnson

one-half year member.hlp.Jumpers I "Honor ]1011" for held every Sunday morning of the teacher; Brick Ausley, of parent and friend of baa not yet reached "final"
chief of the Rick decisions
chapter; who the view Page One) children in Protestant -
Continued From
their high stsndards This was at S:30 (rain or shine) war an principal gave ( Catholic on his
Snell assistant chief; Rand the only county In Florida twin point of the administration; and fully yet, but he said that it Jewish and other private message
Snell Bud Costello Tom John Steal such an honor. nounced by the general chairman Connell Rodgers guidance has already begun to pay off. schools. Its headquarter are

son, and Buster Smith. The) Graham If a native of Polk George Flack Jr. counselor who explained the Also under the guidance of in St. Louis, Mo. AssociatesContinued

will be accompanied by Brook (Continued From Page One) County. He worked in South According to Flack tome of different phase of the guidance the banks, the Council staged Leading the opposition to cry

Staub and Glen Klrkpatrlck. Green Working Hunters, Second America in malaria control and the finest out-oftown speakers program and the need to all educational program on use of public fund for church- ( From Page One)
The Order of the Arrow li Year and was followed b;, sanitation before the war. coordinate the effort of all handling checks. An "alert related school is "Protestant
ever to be heard In Winter Haven Orlando;; Ferd M. Merta of
an honorary camping unit whose Time Study owned by Barbary During the war he taught involved.In system" goes Into action a bad and Other American United
members are appointed by Cuddy and shown by Kelley.In field sanitation and malaria will bring the four Sunday; other business It was announced check artist starts working in for the Seperation of Church Bib, Inc. Lakeland; Dr. Fred W,

their various scout troops be the Working Hunter; control to training groups. He messages during the month of the annual student the area. and State" (POAU), with headquarters Weasel and Dr. Roger Patrick

taut of their skills as overall Clais. Mantioke, owned by Joined the Polk Health Department February.On magazine drive will be held When the city commission in Washington. of Citrus Experiment Station

outdoorsmen and campers. Fairfield Farms and shown by In October 1946. il I Feb. 617.Drive. asked the Council about a I Although both organizationstake Lake Alfred; Owen W. Blssctt
Rodney Jenkins of West Sunday Feb. 2, the Rev downtown mall the Council recommended -
Every summer the Order Palm i Graham holds a tanitsrisn pain to avoid a narrow and Dr. Matt Veldhul of the
holds > summer ordeal during Beach, took first place honors. "Five" rating, the highest Ralph Arbaugh will be the guest PlannedContinued the plan be I denominational label, the CEF 'USDA; Omer R. McDuff and H.

which new members are initiated Model Cadet, shown by Jenkins available He rated IS on the speaker. Rev Arbaugh and wife i dropped, which it was, Griner is predominantly supported by E. Larson of Adams Packing

and every winter It made the Fairfield Farms merit system tests. are former missionaries to the ( From Page One) pointed out Catholics, while POAU draws Association, Auburndale; A. L.

holds a winter ordeal for tb. a two-time winner In the show "I hate to leave here" be ,' small Caribbean Nation of Haiti, of five or more The whole program The Council put on many successful most of its support from Bap- Krause and J. D. Tidwell of Bor-
last night! with a victory In the ssld. "I have some wry good located promotions during 1963. taste do Products A. A.
same purpose. on an Island in the West would be on a voluntary Methodist and other ; Lang Jr.,
Each member of the order Green Working Hunter Under friends among the dairymen. Indies. Rev. Arbaugh 1* currently bail. The low coat per tree "I don't see why we should Protestant. and C. Reed Sutherland of Bird
Saddle First Year be on the defensive (by
put
has had at least IS night oi He will work out of Jackson'yule pastor of the First would be possible only if a CEF and POAU lug it out Eye Products; Phil W. Prall of
Shore Leave owned by ABS shopping centers), Griner
camping experience and art Farms and shown by Barry Label but his duties will carry Presbyterian Church Lakeland large number of people availed said. "All we have to do ia yesr-round, trying to out.Influence Stokely-Van Camp, Haines City;
First Class scouts him all over the state On each other In J. R. R. Bristow and Charles
or highs of Morrlstown, N.J., walked Sunday Feb. 9. Dr. John themselves of the opportunityto just offer what we have. I consider Congress
,An members attending the away with top honors Wagner will be one of the featured have the trees removed from downtown Winter Haven state capitals and even, on oc Hendrix of Redd Lab, Inc.

winter ordeal from Winter Haven the Green Jumpers High among Frontier Missile Reads speakers, touring Florida their property. the biggest 'shopping center' in casion in county school boards. Largo Robert W. Main retired

have already been initiated owned by Ward Acres One) with the Chain of Missionary While no definite plans have the entire area." Their head-on collision in the !executive of Winter Haven Gar

and are attending to participate Farm and shown by Kelley (Continued From Page attempts Assemblies. Dr. Wagner will been officially adopted the pro- The Council also has a committee White House nail room we den Citrus Producer Cooperative
in IS
In the ceremonies Saturday took second place honors. shot success the landing also speak at the Beymer Memorial possl will be brought before set up to study the occupational touched off by advance report ; B. A. Tyree and Jack

night. They will do an Spectators were kept busy will help determine nation's first Methodist Church 11 a m. the city commission for conai&nation I tax and make recommendations of what President Johnson Baldwin who are retired Continental .
Indian dance routine. spot for this service its next meeting on plans to recommended In his Can
moving across the grounds on this same day at on how it can be employ; W. W.
expedition
According to Staub, after the from Ring B and the jumpersto manned lunar 'ndlng Beymer Church Men' Club, of Wednesday, Feb. 5. revised to make it more equitable "war on poverty" message Giddmgi, formerly with Snively

ceremonies are over Saturday Ring A where the show and later this decade. first course, has sponsored these for small businesses.The which I I. expected to go to Congress Groves, Winter Haven: and Bill

evening the candidates for parade hone were perform. The bug-like probe was orbit" Drive-In Church services for Club Downtown Council also about Feb.. 15. Mitchell of Patco Packing Co.,

membership will be led into In,. placed into a "parking and over six years Dr. Wagner 1 I. Rotary went on record backing the cityIn Administration official nave Dad City
a pre-determlned c.mplnllre. Little owned around earth Thursday well known throughout South golf - -
Gypsy, by Susan offering the municipal
Continued
by ( From Page One)
with a minimum of equipment Snively of Winter Haven and then fired into deep space America for his outstanding course as the site for the new

and then left alone to camp in shown by Lloyd Tester, took the Agena second stage rocket.Russia's contribution mission work there having fertilizer began to control develop in the relation theme to of Polk Junior College. "uI Need cask To Pay MMl

the ,area which should be totally the blue ribbon in the Single newest space rendered much service to rainy One of the most radical
close scrutiny regulatory law that are
unknown to them. Hackney Pony Open event was getting of the countries especially either the thing the Council did was cooperate
book
The boys who stick the night Crystal Jewel, owned and from U.S. tracking stations British Guiana and Chile. on or are contemplated with North Gate Shopping
out, nave then passed their initiation shown by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong Thursdsy the Soviets put a at this time up < Tk. Mot To SM
On Sunday, Feb. 16, another "It so happens that the fertilizer Center to put on "the big- 1' irC

for the Order. of Brampton, Canada pslr of scientific stations AT
South American missionary will/ industry itself has been lest Christmas parade ever.
The Seminole Lodge I is composed was second while another pony "Elektron and "Elelttron2"Into be the guest spesker Dr. J. W. more in Griner said this was definitely
responsible
of several I chapters from Mrs Armstrong's stable, two separate orbits by a Cousar was assigned to South with officials cooperation I a "step forward" and her ACCEPTANCECORPORATION

through out the Gulf Ridge Pilot Model was third. I tingle rocket. America's largest country In regulatory I "looking forward to work-
developing and
Boy Scout Council. The Apache Chief owned and Brazil and now reside in Brandon the fertilizer law, than tightening have in Ig with them every year

shown by Robert Hug of Fla. the And finally Griner pointed OP FLORIDA

Farm Program renchburg, Ind., won the New YorkStock On Sunday, Feb. 23, the Rev consumers to protect they" said are Fifield.designed out that almost everT retail COMPAae THOSE LOW tOW PAYMENTS
Paradt Horse event with L'W'I business had a "record year"
Jerome of
C. Jones Bartow win The
a
speaker a graphic
A Kind, owned by the gave .. la iwa. H. said that there were ssr ttuot yltm
,speak Rev. "J.rr J..... Uw description at th. dlff r no v v
t CoaUnu4 From Pea Qn) Bt.hlM end how fey .U hnowv \>., H.,... \.. Mm- b,twen .....,,\. fertlUftcri a "1.w exceptions," but their i s.oo.e. loop t.At. .a
discharge itt r.,pon.lblJity, to0o5eumere |I Taylor of Winter Haven was Report Mil and having married a former 4 gamut manufactured fertilis drop was n alight that it *.* titan fthtn4.. e obit B
_. KBJPJBflHSBjSBMe.
John.ond. rend.
J easily compensated for by the
Havenlte, the former Mils ers pointing out the fact that Cm.nl.rd rm. p..F am. b Ynnd.w *
Go
An administration spokesman Moonglow Girl. owned by Increases of others. & rmun ail
said there bad been charms C, E. Bradshaw of Orlando and NEW YORK (VTI) Midday Harriott Knight. under controlled condition the New officers Installed were LOANS IN OIHE* AMOUNTS O* SOS OJbtt has es. w .isI
itock, prices: Her Jones it currently pastor consumer gets a much better eelonsacecOAMAPAete
that retailers now have the shown by Johnson McDonald Don Biaser I BAT tomes
American Can 41V c of the First Presbyterian product than even nature can Anderson president;
power to control prices of tone won the Walking Horses Mare. American Hardware 43V4 I Church Bartow. produce. vice president; Potter Lid 91) 6TH ST. N. W, WINTER HAVEN CT 8414 J

food products. But he said the event with Go Boy's Black Label American Motors IT The February presiding layman "Fertilizers, today, are den treasurer; aDd E. L. Davis

proposed study was not designed owned by the Fieldstone American Sugar 23% I Is Richard Wolford.! During 'looked upon as another tool in I, secretary )
of Mama Ga. and
to make a whipping boy Farm American Tobacco 28% ,the Fellowship period at the this business of growing things

of anyone: shown .by Boyd Hudgins, wassecond. Anaconda 43% I conclusion of each service and it is quite well known that I I

In another proposal Johnson Babcock & Wilcox S4' I coffee donuts and milk for children the prices on this tool have advanced .
In the Five Gaited Mares
or
asked for a bill allowing potato 47% I are served free.FourWay less than any other
Gelding! class, Goodie Goodie Bendie Corp. "
growers to vote on whetherto 33% tools used by the grower said j
Steel
owned and shown by Brldgett Bethlehem
\ Fifield.
accept rigid production controls
to stabilize supplies Mid Mills of St. Petersburg was Boeing 39% ; Sing The audience was told of the
first and Radiant Gloria Borden ravi
federal tremendous advance made
market prices No price
supports would be coupled with owned and shown by Kay Har- Brlggs Mfg. m Slated SundayThe through research during the

the control program.Johnson mon of Winter Haven was see- Burlington Ind. 43 past few years, which have enabled -
also asked for ap ond. World's Apart owned and Carolina Pwr 4: Lt 13% Four-Way Singing Con the grower to produce

proval of a bill pending In Congress shown by Terry Anne Sargentof Chesapeake It: Ohio 70H ventlon will meet at Skyland substantially more from the

since last year to author Haines City was third in this Chrysler S8H Baptist Church Ssunday. same plot of ground than ever Central Church of Christ

tie future expansion of the food event. Cities Service M Following the morning worship thought possible. \
stamp which swells Kane's Spring Delta, owned ,Coca-Cola 117 there will b* lunch at noon All fertilizer is Inspected bya
program!
the food.buying funds of needy by> Camelot Farms and shown Colgate and singing from 1:30 to 4:30: rigid set of standards. The
; by Thomas White of Ft. Lauderdale 14% description
lliea. Cone Mill p.m. speaker gave a graphic
fa And m in a proposal allied to won first place in the Continental Can 43 The church Is one block off of the method that breed 1 t AVENUl C AND SECOND STREET, S.W.
Morgan Pleasure English, "VI in Florida which he feel BOX 7n
antl urtiee-Wright Memorial Blvd. on the north P. O.
his planned general
'poverty event with Donna Juanita, Douglas Aircraft 24M side of Lskeland. safeguards both the Industry WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA
he said of
campaign! some
owned> and shown by Mrs. LuIlle Dow Chemical 68'4 and the consumer.

the poverty-fighting funds he Kenyon of Fernandina Du Pont 250\\ In closing Fifield pointed out January 11. NN
had requested shouldbe ;
already Beach was second. Eastern Air 34\ DiplomasContinued that regulatory measure are L
used to purchase equipment In the Amsteur-Owner Work. Kodak 1 costly and at the present time M."d"
VJFord aeneanat.g aern
Eastman Vase
111
to enable schools In low Income ing Hunter Under Saddle event One with Church .f Ch.l.t hh pleasure ,
Motor 43% From Page ) consumers can buy assurance werben.f he Cut.t end centinuiag heugh Sandy .
areas tn participate In the federal Mighty John, owned and shown Cenral Electric 87\\ tented to Dr. Asbury by Mri. that they can get an The.f Gep.i S.rmens tic begin: Sunday" February be 2 preisnied In the spirit d

school lunch program. by Mr.. Wally Holly of Alexandria nerd Motor "% Bertotto. honest deal, but If they feel F.bruary gL. huh evening et 730 Jesua Christ will i

Va., outclassed/ the 32V4 The outstanding graduate of otherwise is a matter of just end lens.prhepe .f Christ
simplicity Church
Gn Telephone .. .1 the
Put rings and watches In other entries.! Fulbright ownedby Pacific 4W the 196364 class was Mrs. how much they wish to pay for have ellen Kurd th.t the plea .f ..",11. lie I" Ch.l.t.f. .
your pocket Instead of laying the Country Club Stables of Georgia *2V* Farah Johnson who receivedan more controls yea W. siec.r'IY 1I.1i.. that .11 ,.llqi... pnens u" ens I

them.on wash basin when you Delrsy Beach, finished second. Goodrich Goodyear 41% award from the Polk County The speaker was Introducedby I. that' .f u"lt.chd.t 'h 1.f;thlthch:: it il in b:hdlde64his:tu silty: eel : .:

wash your hands. Pinecrest Gaiety owned by SOw Federation of Women' Club J. W. Whitaker program ma Christvas: colt I been ereaged.We .
Plnecrert Farm of Ojus and Gulf Oil for the day. .f GOP" S.rmens hu lecemeen. '
"v Mr*. Agnes Kopp Winter chairman the this to.i. bedsi here em. 4hings
shown by Wayne Lovell won Intl. Harr 39% Haven and Mrs Anita R. Har- Dr. George Hunter introduced ... ail awore.1 the fact the nearly all e.rgleaa that J..II. G.d' Sent
first honors in the Three- Interchem Corp. from New all b.li.e th.t bed .i'1 ...",
CENTRALBAPTIST place 1m dee. Lakeland both members Rotarian guests Fee e.a"pl., eetly .. u"lt. u'. H.
Gaited Open-Not Exceeding InU. Nickel sm of last year' class, received York New Jersey. New Hampshire that the 1,11111., thee I".pi.d w.d .f pGP Ie aresdiv didflargely' II...... .f .ddlti.nl
..
IS.2-event with Spring Destiny., Int. T&T INN awards from the Pilot Clubs of Pennsylvania, Tennessee It I. else squally! tu. th.t ..IIi. wad .f G.d cc .eh e.eideetiee a. doctrine,
owned by Adalalde Snyder Enterprise Johns-ManvUl* Winter Haven and Bartow respectively Illinois, Iowa Arkansas, mbdituNena t. the .Ih"lud ,.liiou.II.Ii.f

CHURCH of Hallandale and Kennecott 761 40> for their recent high Maryland Massachusetts Canada .,ql"l..ti."beds w..hi, i.u"coti.n.,. O.lt. .ft.and" miendentcediq.Was euld hap.f te Christ cl"if.,in

shown by Bateen Jorgenson, topper scores on the State Board of Ohio Indiana Missouri. e. teechi 0 wmber..5" he Church .f Christ take though the preaching, W. fart that
able.
was second. Kroger Co. 2TJ Nurses' examinations. They Wyoming Michigan and near the p..ltie"6..IIoA..tin,. Tee w. w. bane se home c..t-"I."the.. ..." .. .
Albelarm Long B, owned and Lggett I Myer were the two highest scores in by Florida clubs. The Interact this fll"d. .f Wi.t.. H...", t.v. e"d app.ocilt. that leek .f licks with asham
shown Mrs Victoria Arm. Lockheed 34 the Winter Haven yn, cccTb. that Bald want t. study
by the state guests from to It I. ... sincere hap. yea eeegdldIWe'
strong of Brsmpton. Canadawon Lorlllard/ 43% Mr. Pauline Bigble, Avon High School were Bruce Connor e Cut.1 Church .f Ch.l.t hen I"vlt.d cc.uhtandinl .. .f
.. .f ha T.i". Stirn.
the Harness Pony Louisville 1 Nashville 6li Charles Davit, and Bob .Id. f.' .c..i."
r Single Park another member of laatrear' t.lI. th. .p..k. ce.ly thirty Fe the pet topus
t Open Class Marden Fidelity, Merck 113% sIns ha a/ th. betpel yen. bad the
class, also received an Lee.Herb .. .. pruching in ewe 2511 ", etnngs II.
also owned by Mn. Armstrong,. Middle So Util 40H award for outstanding achieve Apple gave Note and he he "q..d In.ugelietie wok, pnachieq 1,0011 ermene III additiee t. ,. .
was second. Monsanto Gala Comment and Arnold Silvert Thia work hu Included ere staff tee
ment. .f err .tian. eel a
L. Ward 3V4 President dale an" .,.el.1 .dd...... t. shed ieluhed. mss ... .f hr

Determination owned by Mont The Invocation and benediction lead the group tinging .nd TV maeqs me.thly ", .q..I.. pChurch ,
Frank Roper of Winter Garden Nat Gypaum 47 was given by the Rev Robert Gordon Meade announcedthat far "20lh CENTURY CHRiSTIAN"e.nanai. s fried a wle. fee a euwIse ci yfen. It I,

and shown by Paul Smith took Paramount Pict. 55 R. Lewis a Methodist minister Maj. Gen. W. R. Wolflnbarger of Christ.: Ha has r.erodien b.ee a that 1 e.'eMaad hiw t. y.a. Mr' Starves has a great e
first place In the Walking Horses Penney 44H' from Bartow. would have a speaker whheot heit5Hea a w."d.rful eemwsnd ef the English Iequage. awl pessaise
ebb. a 6d Tea
.f the the Truths .f
Stallions or Geldings! Division. Penn RR 29HPhillips Mrs. Bertotto announced that from the Martin Company at k".I.d. yt I d.Irghtfelly f..I,1I preunteties .f

Pet 48H her next class will begin on the meeting next week to talk kind, sy".th.tic hoe him agate and again.Whce .
t. hepd
Republic Steel 41H Monday. on the Pershlng missile.: will wet .f the emcee el, the Chullh .f Chltt, yes will
: ell .01
FLORIDA STOCKS Reynolds Tob 39't flee acted soy cc with kind"... ...,. p.efutiy.base Gads

Here are the 1 m. closings Seaboard Air Line 42%I with w."th hi sbe enspeet.d yea eseapt that yea C.ntrd Church
p sac will a Iehd/.F: : : fh..ld.n.nd she m.mb.n.f the
I on Florida stocks as reportedby Sean Roebuck 104H: Beymer Memorial uN"w.rd Liq precbl.On te ye this panes) ivi4.tiea t. a..d each. at1Me
eaadiaq
,
... .
46H is C;
Frsivts I. duPont and Co. Sinclair .f Chbt I take ptaaee .rit" a ", utull
t..th.
REV R. D. HODGES Air Control 18Vi Socony Mobil 70 ;.' .. Methodist Church ...Ica.. W. hall.. .me4t.di. app.I.tl811 f. she pdvilags.l bung.bbal becemewe'd
,
.
Southern Co. 56HSou I I sad with a ,
Poster Tampa Electric ZSVi ,..... '
Florida Telephone 264 Nat Gas SOU I LAKE HOWARD DRIVX: the.hitdne.l
700 N. : 11..Iy,
THE REV R..D. I Plant Industries 2Vt Southern Railway S9t. "THE BEAUTIFUL CHURCH I
/ Cateothaio%
-.:.; Bobby .
HODGES PASTOR ON LAKE HOWARD"Popular I
Mlalttafi
lOIIY J. CHEATHAM.C .
WILL SPEAK THIS ,, With Visitor
s\gh9 r Chard. el "CarUPI'
hal
for : I :
SUNDAY ON I. \", REV. LEO F. KING Minister .J

fry: this < '- SERVICES i .

THREE SUNDAY WORSHIP --....-....
11 :00 A.M. e 1f Drr gas AM llrCOAM 7.30 PM
I I

./\ FEMUARY 2 -
1113 Psalm"Wid. -' I SUNDAY I
it ;.->
: il.o $:30 .m. Observance of Holy Communion
:'
'
Awake Sunday I 11:00: a.m. "Love Never Dies-It Can Be Killed"

School at 10:00 ..m. look for the golden arcJit* McDonald's Christianity" '
7:30 "Contagious
"A" N.W. : p.m. J
ft Ave
6th
Next to Haven Hotel I
i Cwnw 6th St. & Ave. D, N.W



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HAVEN FLORIDA: Pag Seven'
WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER ,
!Tanuarv 31'. 7Yb4
Erfday. --..- .

WE6TWOOD MISSIONARY


CHURCH.... Ralph Oneness or JESUS N.Faith McAllister CHRIST Attend The Church Of Your ChoiceLARRILEA Mad Old Lakeland And BAPTIST Avenue Road G


I6th and Aveane M, NW Ed Wltney, Pastor

10-00: a.m..-Sun. School I'C5 a.m.-Sun. School
ll'OO: jn-- Sun. Worship 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship

'::00: p.m-Y.P.C Meeting Meet THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. 11:45: p.m.-Training Union
Evangelistic
T-00: pm.- 1:00: p.m.-Evenin:: Worship

7:" pjn,-Wed, Bible Study MATT ER BEAUTY SALON FURNITURE JOlIN[ FlSIIER National Bank 11 A; A.N.W. CTM11I METHODISTDUNDEE

.ASSEMBLY OF GOD US I oa mm

Eagle Lake FindREALTOR diaries Roberts, Pastor
rtmNITURE co. WiM.f Haven't INSURANCE
Carnell Bruce, Patter 11 '00 a.m.-Worship
Rev School m TVM st. yrnllur.* I Bidding e C.r,.". ., 10:00 a.m.-Sun. School

11:00 9:45:: a.m-a-m.-Sun Mornlng. Worehlp. "H.",. ef 9 .H., Knilhir tw.CY164U. Dr.p.rlM 111 W. c...... REAL (/; ) 1:00:: p.m.-Methodut Youth

p.m.-EvanceU.Uc Serf.Tues. An. J. N.W. DcwNtt-wa Wlatw HevM OP WINTER HAVIN ISTATI Fellowship
7:00: tit trra* at ..... PIMM CT: 44201
': service .. SOS Pope Ave, N.W. ........ PDJ C. NEEDS. tire 7:00: p.m.-Wed., Choir prsc-
700 p.m.Mld.weet
; 7'30 p.m.-Flrst Wed. of each

INWOOD BETHEL Attwd Sinless a* she Ckiickf month Women'a Society of

ASSEMBLY OF GOD Lee It's "Finger.Ltckn'! Good" of rem e....* Tkb. W..b4E9ar Christian Service
William D.
Ite?
The
281-1M2 .. BEYMER MEMORIAL
Pastor -
'45 a.m..-Sun. School WELCOMI WAGON METHODIST
:
Worship : 700 N. Lake Howard Drive
a.m.-Mornlng
11:00: Ambassador! Rev Io F. ling, Pastor
.-Cbrlat
1:30 pm 1:30: a.m.-Worship Service

Service? p.m.EvaDceU.Uc Senr, { II" -, e 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Too:
5:30: p.m.-Methodist Youth
Wed *
and Pralal Fellowship
7:00: p.m.-pra7er .t Worship
f' 7:30: p.m.-F.Vf'nlnlr
Phone 2t4-2f 8fPublix
Service 6th St. N.W. 294-2M5 Mid-Week
7:30: p.m.-Wed.,
DUNDEE Service

Across Street From City Hal The nursery will be open for

Rev. Leland Holland aU worship services.

Sec. Ralph I"1011 Market ST. JOHN'S METHODIST

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School fu Cypress Gardens Road
Word t'
11:00: a.m.-Ministry of UEG4E +' r I N'rth mae at Lake Roy
Serv. -
1-U: p.m.-Evangelisttc CUEEN Family s fr a \ Me0/lnr C.nt.r Rev William Tiffin. Pastor

wee Y A !I I 17uiu 8:45: a.m.-Worship Service

7;4Sp.m._Prayer Meeting etas Drive-In + .4, v, K r.,+ Kr' Nve.re1be 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
'e. 1 1 1",1"1 11:00 Morning Worship
EAST SIDE : a.m.-
HavmDclollv. 'l + + 3seoi .I r I.II..
Mcthodiat Youth
Dundee Highway Lake Region s mss 5.30 p.m.-
Sub. Division Fellowship

William L. Spans, Pastor FI.OISE METHODIST

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Rev Troy HatmakerThird
11:00: .m.-Mornlng Worship Street

1:30: p.m.-youth Service) 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School.
7:30 p.m.--Evancell.tlc Serf STARPRESS 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

7:45: p.m<-Thun. Midweek :: One elthebJI" e V>yieliaraeUr A BOY AND HIS 9:30: p.m.-MYF

"" rvlceWAHNETA heroes. k ais choice ef PRINTING 7:30: -vm.-Evening Worship


lit FIRST 8th Street ASSEMBLY ; Fort here men thisportrait a FIRST METHODIST
th : IUSINESS Lake Alfred
Leon Boiwell, Pastor i M wall A hereis HEROES 'Church of The Lighted Cms"
aa ideal a blueprint ef
a.mSun.. School INDUSTRY
1:45: e4Mfrf Rev Darold N. Storm
STMCMM.
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 9:45: a.m.-Church SchoolAU
7:00: p.m. Evening Worship Electric Co. And where dote a ley find GOVERNMENT ( Ages)

Tuei.: Tampa his heroasTHe Nursery class during Chnich

7:30 p.m.-C. A. Meeting bell them fa hooka and School

Wed.: en the playing Bald ta hie 11:00: e.m.Torshlp Service
7:30 p-m.-Prayer Meeting NORTH GATE school, hie family! hta Chweh: Nursery during Morning Worship

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD The MotrflxiUoa T*

Corner of AT*. G, tad 6EHer. CITIES SERVICE to a hild.nu ef heroeeif FW 5.00 p.m.-Youth Fellowship
Juniors Jr. High Sr. High)
Emerson Jones, Pastor unique. 'k ( ,
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Wh.r.ur Bible study and reHgton P\ RANK '1\ 7:30: p.m.-Mldweek Worship
Informal Bible Study
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship ,. car I education not only Introduce \ .._
6:30: p.m.-FeUow.hlp Supper
6:30 p.m.-Woman'l Mission- .1 Dew iki.th. -
: nselvis him to the greaUat ever ,, r Last Fri. each month
try Council hit. Br d hut they tech him ; r, n.
7-30 p.m. Evangellitle Servo how to bund the same qualities ,. AMERICAN NATIONAL FREE METHODIST2K5
TSOpjn: Christ AmbassadorWed. COMLIT..nLCD of heroism late his own lANK LakeJfred Road

.: ALIGNMENT lit.. Rev. Chadwick Donnally, Pastor l
Dtnnla' Townsend A N. A. Bi. M..."., P.D.I.O.
7:30 p-m. Midweek services era So N.W. CY t-1707 .. Rev. Marian Donnally ,
testimonies pedal prayer Associate Pastor

9:45 I.m.-SUG. School
:
LAKE IDA iMtftiie.CHEVROLET .
Palo Crantyl .
'w
E... CUe Lake, Pastor BANK OFLAKE t DEALER 11:00 6:45:;: a.m. .:Worship Christian Youth,
Virgil Pope. Supt.
18:00 ajn.-Sun. School, BlblLtoo ALFRED &" ". IM e VOLUMI SEWING' Crusaders 8:45: p.m.-Free Me.th.o41HYouth
ar.iq,wa
__Macnln WariVIv e eOOD DIALS
"t.. y. ,.TMua4 .TBlutte (*- '(" e GOOD SERVICI 7:30 p.m.-EVIDleUIU.c'.

' '. r II ...:. TRINITY METHODIST
t.'c Thun.t '
,
--'- CHURCH
:; Chevrolet Center

I T:45 p.m.-Pr.er meetingBAPTIST 7' '__.._--.' ; traeday .,otHf.r Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Rev B. R. Blackburn Pastor
P..._ Isaiah Isaiah Matthew Mark Luke Pialma 111 deb It, I.W. CT 1.1141 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School
DAV1STAR BAPTIST MEMBER PJ.C. 15:1- *:!-* 42:1-10: 17:1-4 10:56-46 11:18.21146:1.12 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
tT. Letter E. Miller, Paste 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
I m", 17-N. of Barlow Air Ban Nursery available for Sun.

I 11:00 10:00:: .m.-1oIornln'am.-Sun. School Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School 6:30: p.m.M.Y.F.FIRST and morning. worship.

6:30: p.m.-Training Union

I 7:45: p.m.-EveDin' Service INS ftENHAL ILICTMC Your WINTER HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN
Morrison'sCafeteria Sloth St. at Ave. G., N.".
I Wed Bible Study CnHal' ATTEND M TOM LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev James R. Blackwood,
7:45: p.m.Pra7er, Park O.

DUNDEE County's YOUR : : Of Commerce Rev Robert Pastor Furrow, Associate

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Dtpartmcnt S 8' V 9:43: a.m.-Sun. Church School

11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship !D S.... ... v:! I f., 11:00: a.m.-MonlD. Hour of
<::30 p.m.-Training Union 7 eV Worahlp

7:30: p.m...Evening Evange- ; t DINNER 7:00: p.m.-Each Third Sun.,

listie HOME Of g Co. Thrifty City __- sr rl gt aM All Klixh .( luiMint{ M.I.IQUALITY Presbyteere
7:30: p.m.-Chor! Practice a fUr Church a. Feud 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Stun
Wed.: JIM SCOn. PhamiacM 1111 feast. N.W. CM-412 W. Caret A**. "M1111 aao."use M.IMIe.. MI Peer". s.w. cri-iiit Women's Association

7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1:30: p.m.-Each Second Tuei.

EAGLE LAKE LAKE snirr INMAN PARK CHRISTIAN A MISSIONARY FIRST CHURCn OF CHRIST cnuacn: or JESUS CHRIST RIFLE RANGE CHURCH Men's Council
KCT. R. W. Waterman, Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Each Wed October,
Her Harry Rosa Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCH SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD June MId-wk Chapel Service
10:00 a.m.-Sun. School 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 1SOO Sixth Street NIT' Rev. G. Blair McGarvey Ave. L, Near Sloth St., NW (Mormon) Rev J. G. Williams. Past
11:00: a.m.-Preaching 10:45 Morning Worship Ormond Wolfren Pastor W. Fred Jr. S.S. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School, pupilsup HOPE PRESBYTERIANCypress
6:15 p.m.-Tralnln. Union. : a.m.- Rev Bchopke Supt. 1(51 9th Street, SE 10:00: .m.-8un. School

7:30:: p.m.-Preaching Service 6:45: p.m.-Training Union 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 11:00 to I.m.-Church 20 ;-ears of Services age Elder Jamea E. King, Bishop 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Lake Gardens Ins Roadat
7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship. 10:45: I.m.-Momln. Worship : 7:00: p.m.-Evenln. Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8:30 Prleathood Rev William H. Downey Pastor
FIRST-OP ELOISE Wed.: 6:30: p.m.-Youth Groups 8.00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony : a.m. 7:30: p.m.-Tuei.Prayer Mei ,
Rev Walter E. Matheny 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Service 6:15: Training Union 6:30 p.m.-Adult Bible Study MeetingThe 9:30: a.m.-Tues. Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-rrl., Young P< 9:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School

Pastor 7:30: Evening Service 7:30: p.m....Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room Is locatedat 10.00 a.m., -Sun. School pie's ServiceJEHOVAH'S 11:00: a.m.-Morr.bg Worship
HAVENDALE Ave B and 2nd St., NW. 1:30: p.m.-Junior. Senior High
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 7:30: Prayer Meeting and Wed.i LOS p.m.-Sacrament MeetingNo Youth
6:30: p.m.-Tr.lnlnl Union Rev Douglas P. Jensen, Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Power WITNESSES groups
School Bible Study. CHURCH OF GOD evening meeting first Sun. J:15: p.m.-Mon., Girl Scout
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 10:00: .m.-Sun. prayer KINGDOM HALL
Avenue E, 7th Street, SW Troop No. 13
each
11:00: a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE of month. 2211 2Xth Street W.
CATHOLIC Rev. Melvin A. Gifford 6:43: p.m.-Second Tues )f.II'.
,
Sun. School Service 7:00 Training Union Wed.
10:00: a.m. : p.m.- (Independent) 8:00: p.m. Sun., Public talks
!ST.! JOSEPH 10:00 Sun. School Dinner
: a.m.
Worship -
Wed.: 7:30: p.m. Evening Pastor 7:13 "Watchtowei.
R. Dale Slmpsoi, 7:30: p.m.r..I.A.Thura. : p.m.-Sun., 7:00
7:45 p.m.-Prayer, Bible Stud?, 7:30 p.m._Wed.-Prayer Meet. 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School The Rev Matthew J. Connolly' 11:00 7:00: a.m.-Morning Worship .: 8:00: p.m.Tuei., "Your Will ] : fait I.m.-Wfd.-Me, Break,<.
Serv
p.m.-Ev.nlell.Uc
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship: Pastor 'I Wed: : 9:30: a.m.-Primaries, Children Done on Earth" Study 8:00: p.m.-Wed. Choir Beleanal -
FIRST-OF Avenue M and 6th, NW 7:30
Worship : p.ra.Thurs., Ministry
Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening
O. Charles Horton, A
Carnett. Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Youn People'sService
Rev Albert Sun. Massea-T:30: 9.00, 11:00: TEMPLE EMANUEL School
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School. Worship Wed.: 7:00: p.m.-Thurs. Boy Seoul
8:30: a.m.-Morning 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Holy Day "' ...ea-7oo: : 8:00: ; LAKELAND 8:30: p.m.-Thurs., Senr. Me<
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. School Sat. Troop No. MS
:
9:45: a.m.-Sun. 9:00: a.m., 7:00: p.m. 5;
6:15: a.m.-Training Union. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST CHRISTIAN First Fr. Masses-7:00: a.m. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting B. Like Hollingiworth Dr GRACE LUTHERAN THE SALVATION ARVt:

7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship. 6:45: p.m.-Tr.lnin. Union ef Christ) Weekday Masses:-7:30: a.m. Irwin Cutler, Rabbi 4th and Averse C, SE tad !St.! and Ave. T r..f\1t(
Wed.: g:00 p.m.-Evning Worship (Disciples Conle..lon.-Sat: : Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School Rev. Aa"unt Berntbal, Past Captain W. \\'hlu16 .
7:45: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer Wed. Rev. James N. Barnett, Pastor 5:00-7:30 to '.30 14th Street, NWA. I Fri 8:00: -Evening Serv. Officer
: School Day; 4:00: to : : p.m. 9:15: a.m.-Sun. School la Charge;
FIRST-OF INWOOD 1:30: p.m.-Mid-week Prayer 9:30: I.m.-Blbl. J. Duncan, Pastor Sat. 10.00 I.m.-Mornln sera 9:15: a.m.-Adult Bible Clasi 9:45: a.m. -Sun, School :
10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship EAGLE LAU 10:00 .m.-Sun. School
:
Rev. J. W. Campbell, Pastor 10:30: a.m.-Service of Worsh. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Wig
SIDER. Nursery CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship EPISCOPAL
SOUTH ST. PAUL'S HOLY 6:45
9:45 .m.-5un. School COMMUNIONFirst : p.m.-Young Feoptm
11:00:: a.m.-Morning Worship H. Malcolm, Pastor 10:45: a.m.-Junior Church (forages L. B. Cbastain, Minister 7:00: p.m. Evening Evangelistic 7lh St. and Ave. L. N.W. Sun. Each Month glow 3 r

6:45: p.m.-Training Union Burnry" C.wdea, S.S. Supt. 4 through T)Choir Prae. 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study Rev. C. N. Sturrrup, Rector TELEVISION"THIS 7:30: pjn.-Evening WOrji1.
8:00: p.m.-Evening Worship ':45 a.m.-Sun. Bible School 5:45: p.m.-Youth 11:00: a.m.-Preaching, Worship Toes: Rev. J. G. Drawdy, Assistant IS THE LIFE" rues i \ "
Wed.: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching 6:45: p.m.-Christian Youth 6:30: p.m.-Preaching 7:30 p.m.-Priyer Meeting I 7:30: .. .-Holy Eucharist 9:30: a.m.-Channel 6 ..00 p.m.-Sunbeams ""' :

7:30: p.m.-Mid-Week Prayer 7:00: p m.-Study class for all Fellowship (Senior) Inttrmed. Wed. Tburs.i: I 9:15: a.m.-Family Service 11:00: .. .-Channel 8 7:30: p.m. Ladles Home' .
ages Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship ( ) 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30: pm.-Young People's Endeavor 11:00: a m.-Choral Eucharist RADIO BROADCASTS League T :

FIRST-OF WAHNETA for men and women 7:45: p.m.-Evening Worship WEEKDAY SERVICES 10:5S: : a.m.-Grace Sun. Sermc III Wed.: ..
Rifle Range Road 1:00 Evening Evangelistic Wed. 4 TH ST. BAPTIST MISSION :'
p.m. Monday WINT (1360 kc) 7:30 p.m. Girl GuardV
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Rev F. R. Rlghtmlre Broadcast, WSIR 9:30: a.m.-Ladies Bible Gasi Rev. II. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE
Serv.
1 9.30 a.m.-Holy Eucharist 11:0.: a.m.-The Lutheran Hoi If 7:45: p.m. Pr.yer Meeting
9:45: a.m. Sun. Service Meeting Chapel 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright
LOS: p.m.-V.'ed., Prayer Wednesday: WGTO (S40 kc) Fri.: .. ..
11:00: I.m.-Momln Message 11:00: a.m.-Preaching Services 1:00: a.m.-Sun. School
Bible Study CENTRAL: CHRISTIANIndepeedest 7:30: a.ra.-Holy Eucharist 1:30: p.m.-The Lutheran Hoi Ir 4:00: p.m.-Junior Choli ::
6:00: p.m.-Training Union 7:00 pm..TralDml Union 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
WSIR (Moo kc) 7:00: p.m.-Do ScouU- -
T:30: p.m.-Evening Sermon JANPHYtt. ( ) 8:00: pm.-Evening WorshipWed. 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Friday: EucharistIMMANCEL 10.30 a.m.-Portals of Prayer ,
Wed.: B. Overstreet. Pastor 3V Lake Blue Dr. NW .: Wed: 9.30 a.m.-IIoly WGTO kc SEVENTH-DAT ADVTOTJT
(daily ((540
)
7:30: p.m.-Mid-week prayer' Corner of Becker Highway and Off Havendale Blvd. 7:45: p.m.-Prsyer Service 7:30: p.m. -Praytr Service LUTHERAN 401 Ave. K, 6E- ....

service, inspiration HaUield Road Delmar D. Debault, Minister Wed.: FrI: NW la lawood ABIDING SAVIOR LUTHERA: George N. Wllsoa
1411 Hth St., ,
Central Baptist Church 9:45: I.m.-SUD. School 9:30: a.m.-Bible School 7:30: p.m.Bibl* Study 7:30: p.m.Young People' Meet. Rev. Richard C. Kuebne, Pastor United Lutheran Cburca) Sat.9:45: Sabbath
: a.m School
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Comer Sixth St., Av*. A, NW 11:00: a.m.-:Morning Worship 10:45: .. .-Morning Worship MTH STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL CHURCH I TAMIT.Y WORSHIP" "emporary Location. 11:00: .ft.-War.hlp
Rev. R. D. Ridges, Pastor 6'15: p.m.-Training Union 6:30: p.m.-Christian Endeavor CHRIST or CHRIST 9.30 a m.-Sun. School, Adult not Havendale, Blvd. Sun. Television: Service

10:00: 1.m.-8un. School 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.-EveDinI Service Located betwe Ave. .J A K B. J. Chea'Jiam, Minister Bible Study 9:00: a.m.-Sun. School 12:00: noon-Channel B Fflti

11:00: a.m. Morning Worship BAPTIST Wed. Mlh 8L NW, Winter Hun 10.00 a.m.-Bible Study 10:15: a.m.-Sun. Divine Service 10:30: a.m.-Divine Worship for Today
6:30 p.m.-Pre-servlce( pra'erT:3O PARKLAND Eighth Street SE 7:30 p m.-Mid-week service Bryoi B. Conley, MlalaUr 11:00: I.m.-Worshlp Service The Rev Charles Dickens Sun. Radio:
IBM
Wed. Choir rehearsal NONDENOMISATIONALDRIVE.IS Pastor CY18W3
p.m.Evangelist preaching Rev Gene Hitchcock, Pastor : Sun.: 6:30: p.m.-EveDin. Worship 9:30: a.m.-WSUN (620)- Ths
1:00: p.m.-Wed., Prayer meet' School 6:43: p.m.-Juniors 10:00: a.m.-BtbU Study Wed.: SERVICES Voice of Prophecy
ing, Bible studyLAKE 1:45: I.m.-Sun.Morning Worship 8:15: p.m.-5eDlor. 11:00: .. .-Wonhip Service 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study gponortd by CHURCH OF NAZARENE Tues
11:00: a.m.- Methodist Men's Club at Outdoor FIRST CHURCH
ALFRED 6:45: p.m.-Training Union LAKELAND! UNITY'\. 6.00 p.m.-Evening Worship PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Drive-Iis Theater Haven- Morton M. Wright 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting-
Wed. Church
: SeveDtb-d. Adventist
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 8.00 p.m.-Wonhlp CHRIST CHURCH 7:30 .Mid-Week Service North Lake Blue Drive and Dale Blvd., e cry Sun. 8.30 a.m. 9:45: a.m. Sun. School ,
475 W. Haloes Blvd. : p.m
Wed.: 10.50 a.m.-Wonhlp BAPTIST TEMPLE, DUNDEE
Church ef the "Dally Ward"Oalta Ave. Z, NW Rain or shine
H. W. KJlllngsworth Pastor 7:30: p.m.-.Prayer meeting A. Meyer, Minister LAKE REGION UNITARIAN Elder W. C. Chandler. 6:15: p.m.-Adult Bible Study Jack Thomas, Pastor -
10:00 a.m.-Sun. School31:00I.m.Morning LAKE ALFRED 6:15: p.m.-Young People's 10:00 a.m. Sun. School
METHOOISTELCISE3RD Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. UNIYERSALIST FELLOWSHIP 10:00: a.m.-BiMe Study -
: Worship STREET Tuesday Music Club Lakeland 11:00: p.m.-Preaching Service PRESBYTERIAN 6:13: p.m.-Junior Society 11:00 a.m.Mornlng Worship !

6:30 7:30: p.m.-Chrl.t Ambassador Rev Paul D. Stiliber l 421 E. Park at Success 3140 Troy Ave., S. of Glendale 7:00: p.m.-Preaching Service Rev. David E. Di'tiel. Pastor 7:00: p.m.-Serv. of Evangelist It 7:00: p.m. -Evening Worship
: pjn.Evening Service Hi a.ra.-Sun. School 7:30: p.mWed. Stld-Week Wed.: .:
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Wed. 10:00 I.m.-cburcb School Sunday School: 11 a m. 10:00: a m.-Morning Worship Wed.:
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7:30 pjaFrayer, Bible Study Too:: pjn. -Eveniflg Worship Center: 214 So. Iowa and Sun. School 7:00: P.m.-Pr'7er Meeting: 11:00: a.a.-Uoraing Worship Service 1:10 .m.-Kl4-WIIk Prayer


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I Imperial Horse Show Scenes* Results Of EventsSummary :


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of yesterday'i
events In the Fifth Imperial
Horse Show:
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Amateur Owner Working r

Hunter-Under SaddleMightyJohn ... : :

owned and ihown by Mrs. .. .I I. ''. :i.. .
Wally Holly, Alexandria, Va., ., '

first; Fulbright, owned by The ; ;
Country Club Stables and shown :

by Carlene Blunt, Delray Beach, 'i'J.i; ;, ;; ; .
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second; Blue Fox, owned and .., ,: o'
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shown by W. Darden Hall, : _" ::
Brentwood Tenn., third; Washington ._ : ;: .
Square owned and shown
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by Ann R. Kendrick, Atlanta
Gi, fourth; Bonzal owned by
Tequeita Hunt Club and ahown
by Sandra Keiialer Jupiter, ,

fifth.Green t
k
Working Hunter-Under
Saddle-First Year-Model Cadet
owned by Fairfield Farms 1e
and.shown by Rodney Jenkins
W.es Palm' Beach first, War
Apnle. owned by Mrs. RkhardJ.
Reynolds III and shown by
Harry, 1;. Whitaker, Daytona P-
Beach, second; Passe Par Tout
owned and shown by SlmonettaBulgardll

Pompano Beach, ,
third; Federal Note owned by
Mrs. Lee Vance and shown by
Mrs Lynn Firestone Burring-
too, JII. fourth; The Sataire.
owned by W. Harden Hall and
shown by P. J. Wilson, Brent-
wood Tenn. fifth. -
Green Working Hunt..raSf'e.nnd .
Year-Under Saddle-Top? KELLEY PLACES THREE-Trainer and rider David OFFICIALS POSE-Talcing a minute to
Ten; Owned bv Waverly Farm Kelley of Armonk, N.Y., accepts the first piece ribbonwon photograph are Ring B officials, from left, ? ( duties at
and shown by Butch Core. Worrentonl j by Sure Thing in Open Jumper Clan '126 et the Imperial Ca hm, course designer, end Gene Cunningham ; Mrs. Robert Webb,
;; Va. first; Time Study, Hone Show yesterday. Presenting the ribbon r nie Mutch, [jumper end hunter judges. The trio 1 ; Thomas Cathcart.
owftld by: Barbara Cuddy and Mrs. A. Marshall Mullikin. The Greenwich, Conn .. the majority of their time in the ring through Sunday

throy.shown 1 tansda.by David second Kelley; ,Rvllls Stra-, I was in one the of top three four.horses Kelley rode in the event, all pllC.Ing i'l of the Imperial Hone Show Sunday.by .

owned by Wind Acres Farm Mr. and Mrs. Alan Robson
Petersburg, first
and shown by Carol Hofmln, Moonglow Go Girl owned b;)1I I land shown by Mrs. Victoria and shown by Mrs. ;
North Branch N. J.. third I Robson anne, owned by
; C. E. Bradshaw and shown b
;y Armstrong Brampton Canada West Chester
Prospectus, owned by Prospect Pa., first; The and shown by
Johnson McDonald, Orlando',. second; The Director owned Cock Robn, owned .
Corporation of Marvlund and by Metropolitan Ojus, second;
stiown" bjr Robert C. Egan Bay first; Go Boy's Black Label, by R. E. Getty Jr. and shown Stables and shown by by Mr. and Mrs.

Blscsvne, fourth; The Tabor, owned by Fieldstone Farm am d by Lloyd Tester, Knoxville, Mrs. Al J. Kavanaugh, Oklahoma and shown by
owned"by Rlsln' Creek Farm shown by Boyd Hudgins, Macon '
Tenn., third Silver Creek City Okla.
and ehrtwn bv Earl Frailer Atlanta Ga, second; Shadow' ; second; Mr. third; Trump Card
Ga, fifth Blaze owned and shown by V Gallant Guy owned and shown Cypress Gardens, owned by Mr. Mr. and Mr*. A.
Open Jumner-11,900-Minon. G. Gochner, Aurora, Ohio by Edwin Sims, Lexington Ky., and Mrs. John A Snively Jr. Jr and shown
owned by Checca Farm and I third; June's Sunglow owned fourth; Yankee Doodle Black snd shown by Susan Snively
shown bv Frank Chanot. Ho|. by Howard Deal and shown by Diamond, owned by Shepard'iPony third; Waseeka's Gallant Lady Northcutt, New ; j
lands!,'N. J., first; Can't Tell, I John Klister Conover NC., Firm and shown by owned by Waseeka Farm and Imperial Kelly,
owned by Windy Acres Farm fourth; Go Boy's Merry Allen Scott Lansing, Tampa, fifth; shown by Mrs. Conrad O'Connor and Mrs. W. L.
and shown by Carol Hofman, owned by L. Frank Roper and King' Lady Pilot, owned by Ashland Mass., fourth.Arabian shown by Claude
North Branch, N. J., second; shown by Paul Smith Winter Charles Reed Corporation and I Pleasure Horses wood, N. C. fifth
Blue Plum, owned by Chance Garden, fifth.FiveGaited. shown by Charles Reed, Miami English-Al March Sea Lion, ;
Kin Farm and shown by David Mares or Geldings dxth.Green owned by William H. Hawn and owned by Pineview
Kelley Mamoroneck, N. Y.. To Be Ridden by a Lady Jumpers.Shore Leave, shown by William C. Kerluch- shown by Marvin
third; Little Snook, owned by Goodie Goodie owned and i owned by ABS Farm and shown er, Corpus Christi Tex., first; Petersburg, sixth.
Holly Lee Stables and shown by shown by Bridgett Mills, St. by Barry Label, Morristown, Little Shebia, owned by R. D. Single Roadster,
Watly Holly, Alexandria, Va., I Petersburg, first; Radiant Gloria 1 N. J., first; High Frontier Woodward Jr. and shown! by Shown To Bike-
fourth; Grey Ghost owned by owned and ahown by Kay owned by Ward Acres Farm Susan Woodward, Quincy, second owned and shown
Coosaw Firm and shown \iy Harmon, Winter Haven, no- and hown t>, DtvM Kelley, flew.; Ser-Hy. ., owned by WUlitm;. Sims, Lexington, ,, .
H 4 shown fc c ol "OIP.own""
... t y
Russell Stewart. Dirfo. fl ond.World' 1Udg. fh ta, Conn, fifth; S3Su' Thing, owned C"I shown by Terry Apart Anne, owned Sirgmt.end Farm, owned and by Windy Acres third; Tondalayo, owned by second; Happy ....,
shown Hot-
Chance-Hill: Farm and shown by by Carol Donohue Arabian Farm and shown by Lon
Haines City, third; Mighty Des North Branch, N. J., and
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mann
David Kelley, Greenwich, Conn., shown by Wilier Miami third. t
owned by Adelaide Snyder i Chapmen,
I tiny, third; Norbu, owned by Patrick Gollad, Tex., fourth
sixth./ t ChencJi,
Enterprises, Incorporated Butler and shown by Hans 1
owned and shown Elegant
Working Hunters HanffvMantloke by Sharon women
owned by Fairfield and shown by Mrs. Andrew Senn St. Paul, Minn., fourth; Woodward, Lake Worth; fifth; ing short fur .
Farms and shown by Rodney Snyder liallandale, fourth. Danarall owned by ABS Farm Silver Pearl, owned by Frank "at home" clothes
Jenkins West Palm Beach, Morgan Pleasure, EnglishKane'e and shown by Barry Label Smathers Jr. and shown by urious look. Mink
first: Let'a Dance, owned by Spring Delite owned by Morristown, N. J., fifth. Susan Smalhers sixth. worn with
Camelot Farms and shown by
Fairfield Farms and shown by Open Jumpers$1,000-Table Three-Gaited Open Over 15.2Rose pants or full. ,
Thomas II. White Jr., Ft.
second King's IVSure Thing, owned by of owned skirts. They help
Rodney Jenkins, ; Tremor by
Juanita
Lauderdale, first Donna -
Castle, owned by SI Jayne and owned and shown; by Mrs. Chance Hill Farm and shown Bruce Werts Company and the heating bill on
shown by Dorothy MacLeod, Lucille Fernandma by David Kelley, Greenwhich shown by Charlea Smith, St. ter nights, at
Ill, third Norbu. Kenyon Conn., first; Grey Aero, owned
Park Ridge ;

owned shown by by Hint Patrick Senn Butler, St. Paul and nuck Beach shaw, owned Ft.second Lauderdale by; Llppit Mrs. ,E.Bob third J. Ken-Ker-; R. ufacturing by Frank Company Imperatore and shown Man I The lighter Side II IIIt r

Minn., fourth: Belllno owned R. Robbie Bracelet owned by by David Kelley, Cannonburg, [ ]
by Rlsln' Creek Farm and shown Hainlin Mill Farm and shows Pa., second; Grey Ghost, owned -
bv Earl Frazier, Atlanta Ga., by Emalyn Mangles, Miami by Coosaw Farms and shown By DICK WEST goes on to any'DRUG'l
fifth. fourth. by Russell Stewart, Dade S. WASHINGTON (UPIManywomen tail suits "may I
Single Hackney Pony Open Walking Horses.Stallions or C., third; Blue Plum, owned have in their wardrobes launch an 'age of
Little Gypsy, owned by Susan .Determination owned by Chance Hill Farm and shown one or more outfit that are sawhorse
Geldings men.
short the bottom, low In the
on
Snively and shown by Lloyd by\ David
by L. Frank Roper and shown Kelley Greenwhich but ; ; : $1,75
front and \tight all the Maybe so,
Tester Winter Haven, first; I Garden N. J., fourth; Can't Tell, owned way
Paul Winter ,
by Smith around. They are called "cock that release
Crystal Jewel, owned and by Windy Acres Farm and press
Go Revenue,
first
; Boy'a owned tail dresses.
well
not
shown by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong shown by Carol llofmann was very
Brampton Canada, second and shown by Floyd Purcell North Branch, N. J., fifth, They are called that because with social life In
; Pilot Model, owned and Orlando, second; Go Boy'sHeadline Phedra owned by Emillo Aza- women look as if they hid The author
shown by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong owned by Fieldstone been poured Into the dresses, that cocktails are
and shown RIcardo
Brampton, Cln.da.third Farms and shown by Boyd carraga by and if they aren't careful something after 5pm.Actually .
; Diamond's Cheerleader, Hudgins, Macon, Ga., third; Guasch., Mexico City, will spill out.I the
owned and shown by Charles Go Boy's Main Event owned Mexico sixth.ThreeGaited mention this to set the here begins at 1
Reed, Miami fourth. by Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Ke ny Open Not Exceeding stage for a momentous announcement and runs until _
Open Parade Horses The and shown by Ray L. Crofts 15.2-Pinecrest Gaiety, I have received 11 p.m. It la going
Johnson City Tenn., fourth owned by Pinecrest Farm and from out of 6 Decker
Apache Chief, owned and ; an town depart ty difficult to design
shown by Robert Haag, Law- Mack K's Midnight, owned by shown by Wayne Lovell, Ojus, ment store. It plans to Introduce uniform to fit that. ; ; toolll;
renceburg Ind., first; Too A Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Pierce first[ ; Spring Destiny, ownedby sometime this year a line The press up
Kind, owned by Allison Stables and shown by Morgan Wood Adelaide Snyder Enter. of cocktail suits for men. ports that the store
and shown by Cheryl Taylor, i Miami fifth; Delma's Go Boy, prises, Inc., and shown by Baleen The collection will be shown vassed the leading
Winter Haven, second; King owned by Ted Msy's Stables Jorgenson, Hallandsle, aec first In Washington, which Is Ion designer of
Coe'a Princess, owned and and shown by Glenn Willis, ond; Miss Extra Specisl, owned reputed to have more cocktail States and
shown- by Ike Turner, Riviera Jay, sixth. by Mrs. Sandy Parker and parties than any other city Ideas for the [ ]
Beach; third; Pal's Golden : Single Harness Pony Open. shown by Charles Rankin Kiss- Permit me to quote from the lection. I think
Boy, owned by Allison Stables Albelarm Long B, owned and Immee, third; Kalaroma Sweet press release that brought me wrong approach.
and shown by Michelle Sorrells, shown by Mrs. Victoria Arm Song, owned and shown by these tidings"Diplomats Better result I
Winter; Haven, fourth. strong Brsmpton, Canada, Susan Adams, Tampa, fourth. representing for tained by
I Walking I Horses Mares first; Marden Fidelity owned Walking Horses-Stallion or eign nations almost always Ing drinkers. : shelvIng:
elding-Determination, owned show up at Washington cocktail I have done a ( I9Vu
b ty L. Frank Roper and shown parties wearing high style suits promptu : ;
b ty Paul Smith, Winter Garden adorned with sashes, medals some of the ft.
I first; Go Boy' Revenue own gold braid and other ornaments Washington and it
ed and shown by Floyd Purcell but we American seem sensus that the
: \ Orlando, second; Go Boy' I to consistently appear at such costume wouldBe :
headline, owned by Fieldstone affair In the lame dark blueor made of a [ L
Farm and shown by Boyd Hud- charcoal grey suit we wear material to absorb ]
Also jrvice gins[ Macon, Ga, third; Go for business. from soggy hors '
toy's Main Event, owned by "Special clothes are needed -Be reinforced
We Olltr Quality Cold Hardy Plant$ Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Kenny and for men to wear at the dozen to counter the wear
shown by Ray L Crofts, John- of informal activities after 5 frequent bending.
SPECIAL son City, Tenn., fourth; Mack o'clock, when a business suit, Unless the suit [jalousies;
; K's Midnight, owned by Mr. sportswear or formal attire is features, the age ; ; best; $7.95
and Mr. Walter M. Pierce and not right." will never get off
ihown by ,Morgan Wood, Miami
CAMELLIAS fifth; \ Delma's Go Boy, '
owned fay Ted May' Stable olLtc'' U.S\O'E"'fT.:

rk; r ) IN BUD OR BLOOM sixth.and shown ty Glenn Willis, Jay, 'BAR-B-p) :$SPARERIBS

Fine Harness Horses, Mareor
k aj 1 15 Varieties IncludingAlbe Gelding To Be Driven bya $e"4 jt&"r'41. ft' tae

Lady-Alluring Lady, owned
Pit** Case DeweM Salad, Mlt,and:juH.f.. CT I 41s1
M.lkeli... cube ; "" 3 : fee ee
: w-orI..
WXKWKRYE -; TUt.
rink Peof.ctlee S D t ii'.g' 9. / "

bleralse Cm.ens'. WII.blew, GRASSIt' '., ,. _;'p.. :, ,,..: : ItUVUT'in;

ethers time to plant now for
a beautiful winter lawn.

$250 $350 $400 DOTYFARM \ IPPCTTIflllPUTflM !. I SSJIPAplflfTihtol ,
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I GARDEN STORES IUM IURR ",* -R..kt. vin. '.. Pollttt> Hardware. J.l.nUi, ""!'A, WiaJ.wy
REINTS BROS. NURSERY SUPPLY fXt'IijO l...l...... ...foA". I..k M.H:. W.... Kit.... Cabins.. D -lty..r..lf m.t.r.lZ
211 ".. I.W. CY J.t471 FHA FI'.A.iA"! i La", ...,...and .iclmh* .,..... f.. Pnid.n St..l Frame. ..II4i.|fc3

ffS SIXTH ST., S.W. CY 4.2588 Si I III tHREE BLOCKS EAST OF HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT
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Russian Speed Skater WH Swim Club County Softball League Planned Wrestling Card




Second Gold Medal To Hold Annual Recreation department officials within from Polk various Benefits County

Cops
County met Wednesday night at
the Winter Haven Civic Center Daily


Holland. Woman "s HOPE :,- ': : -_ gY, Alan, Maw Meeting Feb. 3 to County league discus fast plans pitch for a Softball Polk News. SPORTS Dimes MarchProfessional

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Bill Moore chairman of Sub-
Plane for Die first Winter ,
h
'MrKRT. "f r 1, v, 's oe ALAfM Haven Swimming, Association District IV of the Amateur Softball ChefSifford wrestler from

annual Association, presided at all over the world will wrestle
) 4'Sft60 tOITFR4A membership meetingwas
Skates To Big rt r } announced this meek by the meeting The league will Saturday night at Bryant StadIum -
the board of directors who met consist of trams from Winter
fx,4V 60LD rMia4 In Lakeland for the benefit
it' 5p Monday st the home of association Haven, Lakeland, Bartow Mulberry Classic Lead of the Polk County March
president Bill Van Chef Waverly and surrounding Keeps
In
Lead
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FiguresBy oIYM/Kf Ar The annual affair is slated areas Moore stated that of Dim**.

for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the representatives attending the The entire gate proceeds will

z1FnaNt ;' Winter Haven Recreation Teen meeting were all In agreementthat Tied With Saunders After 36 go directly to the March of

HENRY VT. TIIORVBERRYtrri 1'1'71rJ'fOR Room.A a league of this type was Dimes, the wrestlers, employees .
nominating committee has necessary to provide the strong
Sports Writer and all other personnelare
INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPRuIsla'l !) been appointed and plans are competition that is needed to. PALM SPRINGS, Calif 71 at the La Quint cours His donating their time sad
1 + being finalized for the first produce team that can compete Sand 38.hole total
I (UPI) Georgia's Doug was 149. talents to the campaign
lead in the
overall
In statewide competition.It .
annual At the
67Mf SL4t4E"0 } meeting meeting ers and California Charlie Sib Another large mm in golf, Headlining the tremendous
pointed out that most
| winter gteen was
Olympic game was fL4lQM A7UBl4 oAf1'UBy officers will be elected for the
All Interested towns in the county could provide ford jointly hold a two'strok* defending champion Jack Nick wrestling card at the stadium
boost today when .5k, coming year persons
a big
beginning at I:00 .m. will bea
I MR/u it .1. In the swimming association one or two teams but not lead today going into the third laus, had 73-72-145. p
schoolteacher Lldia Sko- match
blonde tag team pitting Don
Ibllkovt won her second speed- /9S? MN'IAy or who hays childrenon enough their teams own cities for league within round of the marathon 90.hole Leader for the total pro.am Curtis and Haystacks Calhoun

while US. i4LA lgtnrl rCOIPfp the association team are Managers and players from endurance contest known as money of tl.200, payable after against the feared Japanese
medal
[skating gold urged to attend
80711: all team in the area will be the Palm Spring Golf Classic the fourth round Saturday, was I team of limo Matsuda and Duke
with a Mrs William Richards was
fortunes slumped again Clarkhad
veteran Clark.
appointed to begin schedulingthe Invited to an open meeting to Sanders vaulted from sixth Jimmy Keomuka
Usappointment in bobsleddlng. rules and bylaws that led his teams to a 29 under < Eddie Graham will attempt
meet for the coming season adopt place to the top rung on this
Miss Skoblikovs, who won the will govern the league The intricate golf ladder by shootIng par for 36 holes. lo pin the Russian wrestler the

meter skating title Thurs ri' The board members also resolved date of this meeting will b. a four.under.par 68 Thursday Great Malenko In the co fea

day, cam right back to win that the swimming as announced in the next few at the Eldorado course in Finley Jokes, tur event of the night .
days. All teams Interested In Girl Wrestlers Msrgle Ramsey
soclation would recommend a
"metrla the second round
the 1,500 meters-the the urged and Peggy Allen will fill the
girl's Interscholastic swimmingteam entering league are With his first round 69, this Then ThreatensBOSTON
mile." Her clocking of 2:22.: to contact the Winter Havrn semi final Ilot.Collellale .
for the school
high lave him a J8 hole total of 137a ,
(UPI) An ater
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her Olympic Recreation at CY wrestling star Tim
smashed own record Attending the board meeting Department figure matched by Sifford,
of 2:25.2 act la 1960. were Mrs Richards, Mr. Ar 41000. the 41.year old Negro golf nately joking and threatenini I Woods" will take on Bob Ortonn
Charles 0. Insists h"won't ,
Finley e
Those attending the meetingwere In a special match In thee
I Her victory today was the champion
Handy Bob Hill and Bill Moore, be chased out of I aquared circle.Donations .
.
third Soviet gold medal and ass Sifford \had a second round 71 American ."
League
1 Kirkpatrlck Jim Conners, and Winter Haven; Tommy Walker, of just one dollar
teammate took the bronze at the Indian Wells Club, one
invadad AmerlcuLeagu.
Bartow; George Toy, Lakeland Finley I will admit adult all cbil
Bill Van Clief. any
medal for third place, gave of four courses swarming with
and Jack Miller, Haines President Joe Cronlnibackyard s I dren
will be admitted for a
Ruasla a grand total of seven A'- golfers for the tournament address
night to
Thursday <
''medals a w.y7rE which Includes four days of SO cent donation .
,
United States still with. reRIClIS91rI.. ne d w'wl4Ct, City.Workout .amateur another the silver anniversary Ray Fortner of Lakeland II
: The pro play, plus
out a medal of any kind, suffered f lD44' f1)i, M BOWLINGMOOKE 'Great'Says round for the pro only. dinner of the Boston Baseball I,I In charge of the benefit matches .
[ CAP'W47Z 'ills Writers Cronin remained con
major blow in the two The stocky Sifford ahared the has also announced ..that.
a W''S4W !: LEAOIK!:
#.14' 'DMA 4' gORl7PFM Mttrs.air.e.t fined to his nearby home bj P
W Lrp Poet ] TV commentator Gordon Solie
man bobsled when its spank CampMIAMI first round lead at 66 with Tom.
Man IerrU eI+I Cdn. Ln Snack Bar 7 1wins. Illness. will be hand
to the
on emcee
log new "glamor" sled, the first 7 1 my Jacobs who slipped to a
Haven Laundry
U.S.made bob to compete Handra Hardware T 1 BEACH (UPI) Cas- two-oVfr.par 74 at the Eldorado night of athletics

against the Italian.made podar Cylll.... Gardr.ni Lanes fMM. due Clay sparred six rounds course Thursday, and had a 36 A capacity crowd Is expected"to

sleds, failed to live up to expectations Vols Don't Miss Often .. Tram rnntlee No 11 .4''4 i I"I'4nilmnra Thursday and trainer Angelo hole total of 140. Devil-Knight jam the stadium to lee thes

Rainbow Boat Brute I aRillrhrr Dundee called the workout Sanders, 30.year old Georgian great TV wrestling start in,
t, Tony Nash of Britain, coming Boy I t who once played golf for the Tilt Postponed person wrestling for the March
Volda r> lrla S I ",reat" a favorite expression of Dimes
from behind on the second of University of Florid, picked
today' two heats on the icy BIRMINGHAM Ala (UPI) puted conference lead with a 4-1 Mmwe.., awing Tram Nn Machine 14 a II( in the young heavyweight chal up $250: In "lap money" for hn Devil The basketball Winter Haven team Blue will Wrestling will return to ,Win.( :

,i, bob-run, held the hallway lead Don't shoot too often, but sink SEC mark. Croweon Prlntl"J' lenger's camp. second round 6SHe ter Haven next Saturday.RESCIND .
not
14nv.. Tram No. S J a play tonight
in the two man bobsled withtotal I the shots you take, and keep Kentucky, the only conferenceteam HOOM Tram No. 11 I.7 Llston meanwhile, told fans and Sifford, late finishers The local quintet was slated
clocking of 2:1083. The Winter H v-n Laundry 4 bee 1590 Thursday, broke through i SUSPENSION!
the other
team from
scoring to defeat the Vols, has he to play the Robinson
Thursday training just
mat conclude Saturday with D Junk 304 MS v.. Sings Bawlnr was traffic jam which had four pros NEW YORK (UPI) A tine
two more heats This is the philosophy which taken the opposite viewpoint machine. 0 470 1401 & Adams 190 enough "for that Clay to last tied temporarily for the second- Knights in Tampa tonight. and suspension levied against
but due
Victory Emery of Montreal, has carried Tennessee to the take Iota of shots and don't 12 CXP Gdn Ln 'Bnark 11,1''" 4 just one round. round leadership at 139. the to scheduling problems trainer-driver John Chapman of,

Canada, whose sled had been top of the Southeastern Conference worry about the other team. 41S 14M J. Mortl 195 MI ... Monaa The heavyweight championtold They were: Bob Goalby game was postponed Hamburg, N.Y., has been rtsclnded
la front after the first best with Tram No. 14 0 431 1333 R. Young fans he had bought Clay's Charles until Feb 15.
(772 Bob the New York Racing
basketball ; reigning by
heap, statistics The Wildcats Iud the SEC with 15R/ 4WHinrlre. The Devllmen resume action
lay clocking ot 1:0515, could "........ 4 4H ial M. record album "becaua he'llneed British Open king from New here Commission Chapman waa-
S manage only 1:05.93 on the second released by SEC Commissioner 90 9 points a game offensively, rVhmlrtt 1W nft4 ... M..... Tram the money after the fight Zealand and I southpaw, (7-72; Tuesday against penalized after I "doping" Ins.
run and dropped to fourth Bernie! Moore's office reveled but are seventh in team Nn 11 O torf.lt C. Rohm 1M STnRalnnnw I sure didn buy It to listen to Gen Littler 1M1 U.S. Open Tampa Plant Game time 1 Is castigation at Roosevelt Raceway ',

place with a 2:11.OS total. The figures showed Tennessee fense. Hoffman Boat 181 Baln*21 vs.I (27 CypraaaOardn. IMSn him," he grumbledHandler chimp; and little.known Dean game I p.m.at with(:II. a preliminary but was cleared when an
.0//.Th. best U.S. showing was topping the conference by a Kentucky aloe leads in Unae 1 bet 1541 J. Wac are having a hard Retram, Florida Southern College aide confeiied.
only fifth place, by the sled wide margin in team defense, throw percentage, with a 7 de'l nee zee sis I, time paring Llston down to graduate, 7069
driven by Charlie McDonald ot fourth in field goal percentage, mark. compared to Tennesse H. onua Tram 1 tit Nn 471* 1 v.421, OllmnraPonllan 1240 JThomKi fighting weight. After Thurs Tied at 140 with Jacobs

Malone, N.Y.. with Chunk Van. second in free throw percentage 74 3. S 117 I4k4 Jim Thorn. day's workout, he scaled in at were: Dapper Don Januarywho For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139
dolph of Saranae Lake, N. Y., and dead last in turn The leader In the fourth team Kilt Crow ill ., frlndnr t 4W 1441 n t2S pound won t&o 000 for a hole.In-
a. br.k.-...l- a,.. .. a. rasa elf.">." category for which UtliUci ire Taylor' lit M1I T. Moo. Tram Nn The challenger weighed t215 \ one tier two years ago, 8971;
i:os.VI and 1:05.M.Th Th. Volunteers hive averaged kept, field goal percentage, is 11 1 eve 1117 r Thom... IW 4WI pounds after his workout and Zell Eaton, a local club
I Soviet, who scored a only 661 points I game Even an unlikely candidate. Auburn Butcher Bojr I SO] 141 E KnrpnItm and Dundee was delighted Ua TIes.Arnold r
sweep in the 500 meters winless Tulane has don betterat with S.6 record SI* n Tlda Darica 1804 Indication pro
only a through 1400 D Kirkland :902 HI said this was an Cl jr Palmer who had a
ttflf u.r sda", came close to dupli 69.79. But, by holding opon- the game for which the figure High ",...tell ramal D V"lnlHlk would be at the heaviest of his tough first.round 7S did a

It today in the 1500. But enta to only 58 points, Tennessee were computed, bad funk it.t j aerated ..rI..: C w. DraaIM career about 215 for the comeback ot aorta Thursday Bagwell Building Supply "";4D"
alJa Mustonen of Finland took"cond has moved into the undis- per rant at it* field foal trie. I fight Feb. 25. when he shot a o n .-under.car
in 2255.: Berta Kolokoltsevt .

2:27.1: but of Ruisla the other was Soviet third skit-in ,OOK A FISH AND STRIKE IT RICH !

er, Valentina Stenlna tired and
finished seventh.
Ruisla thus has won live out

of six medals so far In wom
en's speedskatlng( and thus

even though Inga Voronlna, Ita 4th BIG YEAR !
world record holder at 800,

1,500, and 1000 meters did not
make the team because of Illness -


Best. U.S. finisher In the 1,500 v

was Judy Morsteln of Butte,

Mont, 15th out of 30 competitor SCHLITZ
In 2:33.3. Janice Marie $500,000
Lawler of Minneapolis was 19th

in 2:34.> and Janice Smith of

Rochester, N.Y., in 2:37.'.
In women's figure skating, an ,
event won by American girl In
the last two Olympics favorite Florida '

Ejouk Dijkstra of Holland continued Fishing Derby
to build up her lead In

the compulsory figures, phase ,

of The the blonde competition, year-old Dutch OPEN TO TOURISTS AND RESIDENTSVALUE

girl, who is the reigning world ,'jJifr*

champion, had a lead of 14

points after the first two compulsory OVER 10,000 FISH HAVE NO ENTRY BUNKS OF FISH HOW TO CLAIM .

increased figures that to Thursday 17.4 points and after BEEN TAGGED THIS YEAR NO BOTTLE CAPS a NO YOUR PRIZE RULES

the third figure today Two LABELS TO SEND IN TO -

more compulsory figures/ were ; Tee eeC an* ..... Thee. MM M weAN. 1S.*S* to y*.lla
'scheduled today and the com ENTER-JUST GO FISHIN' The lize or type of flab doee not I. Schlltt WIN, ear cs.h ........ a..4 "i."... ratoaaa term, UK4o
petition ends Sunday with free determine r..ol..lro",)*M la SIO,000 lor every .. chliu SVawin
the amount of cash -G- ISM ScMlli tagged ft.h skating ward. All Derby fish, will be Darby period m each el/ tour 1Mh ..ho''...,.. III 1154 n'I..PA
fM./e.wM II
Miss Dijkstra had 598.4 points tagged by SUte-euperviMd crwa. atneMf levee (dee map). 1M4 ..... e- valve. 01 tie Ye.
after three figures PeggyFleming wrier leai. will carry the
WHAT IS All tag will be marked 'S. eta .and .ftU",.... art/if e.1d *. Asy14M,1M1elaIL.taMWIW. |
15-year-old ehampmn ....
44 ISM *" th.faNO45,05w
tretd-weter "" M
from Pasadena Calif, was Just catch one of the Scbliti- "SCHLITZ, coded according toDerby When you catch I taggnd fish DC carry the ere "..hll's.. ..teoewin ... a lane ellN. ..........' a-tcMlei* eack.
sixth with 5338, 16-yesrold tagged fish to be released' in In tone and bear individual NOT REMOVE TAG.. Aa letter areAi *< K, I, M ar N. w sMeee 01'...eeNN15.. .lMOd ,
Christine Halgler of Colorado land, Gulf, and Atlantic Coast THE DERBY number Duplicate number on .. possible take fish to nearest lOOn t I.lone Tae anil.''Kei'''........ en...rif lain. ky. weNM.M? Ca.iaarv. .tl.r, W a,....slei.,"C-.....

Springs, Colo., eighth with waters paper slips will be placed In a FlorIda Schlitz wholesale who* 1055 5rd....., .. May .. taco M seta ."
526.9; and Tina Noyes of Arlington 9 giant flah bowl and drawn out name and location ar* availabh lose .,,......., t.. Sepal .nd&Ih.Ii..4cem.NMM.se' ... w
Mass, 12th with 5061. after tagged Itch are released to looms.-AMI14.4aha9 :
CASH PRIZES OP from any retailer selling beer. MSNs. ..
$25, $50 $too lose .. e.mNlrlh.lokkMM
'1.
,
May t Ie
Includes Previous determine how much each fish A..I" ....... _.. ..
r i c .l
(Complete re .
$1,000 OR for Derby rule also .. 5"bee e
$ 0,000 each 1964 worth. ar* S. T e .IW. tor eead awarda. .... "..Id. at... r_" 01 -_ M.
Schlitx-tagged Hah caught during available at retailer.) rierlae ceauatenle: sees eemelr wise ww5M.n15.rIey1TNe1N' /

STOCKCAR Derby period in your area Thin Derby i* ponaor0d by the a 1''.....fledlnf. aertalnm r.puldMe.se* la ubUan..>elect ar* |freed 4 red Water eMeph fie Decemker* CamMeakM at 11'
I Joe. Schlitz N.gm.ee.ANA.emestbeeugM. II,sees
I m Brewing Co. in co en kee pet; line. I. Derby .Nbe.e5eer.neee

operation with the Florida State 4. Alleeelan |<'.OD>11.11 toss,., nceatempleyeeexiliejee. t :
Board of Conservation and the eat ar......-......) wMI ke releeeeol rewin*Comaeny. .the',,,,... ef5ase .
In less Joer* of Cenoar-atler). <... FlarW _
Florida lane.I
J RACES L! SPICIALCONSIRYATION Game and Fresh' Water 0054 nab.IM tae .ttac... muet .be mV.*.."V'.. ...* Flesh Com.Daclalana .
Flab Commi ion. You fUh for fun 5s5e ......eeleri. e's -
kreufhl ae sees ee "swot.i <. ....., .....1./ ,_. :
AWARDS and pnzea. The fish -HI Ichlla ....._
you catch le. 4HIe r
.. ...,...
a.m. aye location ...11 M I./O/bleM/ 01 1
SUNDAY AFTERNOON Thousands of $25 fiah supply information on migration hem ens .... realerWFwalSr,, are .bl. a......-. I..4Iee4W.. 01 '
and several $500 fuh, and feeding habit of fish for a.n wM became Hie oroporty ef the JSi"-!! ?. .*nr .*.. *_
.atatOaa. ........ 12N.M tagged 1961 State-cpoimored conservation and ZONe CeoMrv.eor) Oacartm.nl. Fre.dwatar > IC.Mmp1M: : Ichll1l ...4g
1962, or net wet. ke returned :
te
lice Time ......... 2:)l P M.. 1963 are still I in the water research program DERBY DATES VARY BY ZONESTo ill' ............ after removal l 01 la*the by! GOOD >
Aw.rdt' The two State agencies determine LUCK...
OUTSTANDING DIIVUS $25 or $500 follow peak fishing aeiuona and aary Marmatta*. Uoaa esN15Kei AND GOOD
the type of fish to be FISWNOV'
will be paid for these fish, tagged, -
allow
Worse CIiI,."., limy aae* Ucaughtduringt6.1964 the number released in each zone tagging time, Florida fishing torte ..
water have been
divided into four
Wayne Retiffmaaii, phi conteat period In each and the timea' fish are ftleued.The
official ( ... .
coat of the tagging and zone ore map) with the)
releasing ,
..h.... 10M.if. .
.
Map unity following Derby da tea:
I Ie home by Srhliti PI :
.
e Lot Modal, Claim State personnel will release ZONK I. . fabruary 11. May 91 -7-

e Early Modal, Claun and thouund alt-wur of Sehlits-tagged fish in four official flesh ZONE . r.bruary t to May 91 -

cone* between January and June. ZONI HI .. April t to July 91

LAKE REGION The Dumber released in each son ZONI IV. . May 1 to Auguat :91 .
will
depend
on population and
7f. $es .'sand.
SPEEDWAY popularity of individual fishing rgwe.l./.
f8! water and research requirement
014 L.k. ead-Wi.en Hews .,
.':
I. It. I... 141 err r err _e..r+.-.e..wr.rwe M





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aJ.I QUALITY CLEAN CARS APPLIANCES Uk Alfred CT M7I7 *e CT *-'*'

CHEVROLET 4 Dr. FINE trPHOtJSTERINO KX., Phone 373-lUt: RItes 173-15M.: laTVFURNISHED

W.nav. Immediate 11>11II. avalVabWtor Floyd RobertsJ Sta. Win., S Cyl.. I CAlM rv/n YOUR CAM Bank rvnafinlitf PERT REF1NIBHINO. Co >JBtabrla UPROUITltJty U-TF Rental Season
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leaching three roap o.Hv i-A) AnimaU & Supplies A.... Trana.. Only .. .**! RAM AUTO LKB. Ml Mlectlon. WOLTS AmasS A,- HOTPOINT 1eetrta plo.. ..". a ,a., round, ATHER
114
Opuralora.Final Motors .... _,, .. KHOP REALTY.: 545 w. Central ..
aw. .
IBM JCnvunca ace a-r.b. a ... pu.hbutton. n well. 1. .... A
om.. lint .......... Call nowr I t.5. CHEVROLET Dr. Sedis I. CY '11'' parNiaM.33Feb.. 22 good wndl .. 9:1:: a.---. -.. !
:34.9llk..' on. of thm ipacoi. or P1 UPPIES" R (l>terd whit mln- Your "Dodge Dealer Good Transportation J'URNISKEDre t
cni-'a? WINTER HAVENCOLLEOB. atur Poodlea Mlnlatura Dad'"- HI01 Piano Tuning & Repair USED TV SETS A. 1. Take perunenv. ,
su6ra8 m-ai unda*, peklnnaa re.kat. *4 ChI- 21 6th St.. SW CY Cle... Only .. . ... |79J I DAB "901'11101(1 your pick. 110.00 each. J.bnsoaAppliance. Adulla.Large lot and TIll roomy.It. NW.111.10 CT wookl.MmJSTF
Lake Alfred. :
.ahua. Comptat line tit peOn ai 17rjo
F01t- all typd of bUIIOOIIinajortfll eou...... ...POt ."l>pU", DOTS .ARK 30-1 J 958 MERCURY 4 DR. .xparienred ...4".,. technlrlan. errs EscLn -
I. 8oc'rate.1aI, Account.11,ARDEN SUPPLY. >M Sib It.. Hardtop, Auto. Tram. I latlafactlnn RuaranMad FKKK A VILLAGE OF GARDEN
rail :a$ i TNT TH. LOW 0051SEEYWE BOYS aaddl cult black lit 12.
IBM lI.ypunr" I w, Shone ws-nao. ESTIMATES For appointment APARTMENTS FOR
In.. Typifli Clean Only . . S69S I PAR'nCOLAR -
WINTER H A V II M BU81N8ICOLLEl1m. \ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY' phone :l9+IRII5. Donald R. Joaea DIXECTOBT Two pair of J dhpurL I5C1 00. PEOPLE. 1. 3 i bedroom;
294-11611. r eom. .b, 01. afie. DACHSHUND Puppies, AKCP'.I".4 I tall SSth lit. NW. 37-Feb. 3iAutomotive Call CT 1-a5S2. ., BOWEN: MOTOE LODGE. Hw jy:
NW. ....b. :II M500 ...... Cull ]955 RAMBLER AMERICANS North. 33-F: I
B, b.
.nu. us sU 21
131 :Y J7MO.jOVEABLE: 211-31 I.Iuuu us rj DR. Clean. Only $395 ............... ..... I*** J'URNIIIHED fJf' UNJ'URN18HED

: femala Peklniteaa pup CHECKERBOARD EFFICIENCIES and 1(14
wiH.p} Wanted i py. Mourn broken ARC roel.,... I 958 METROPOLITAN Coupe PRINTING LEXICONNO. ROOMS. NIC lapse airy 'Om.BEDo_ .

ark aabl CY $4297.1 : : Clean. Good tranaportatloa ((8)) ) ((8)) Automotive Conveniently located hi Old Po.t

FARM aqulpment aale.ma A.. FINE Mlnlatura Poodle Pup. I SPECIALS. Only . .... . .. |495 5-4107.Biilldlnc. Call CY M8U er S-TI'CY '

21 to U pr.(.rrd. Eiperlence week Black mule AKC I7B 00 I i: GRIPPER 2
In tractor and fn-n iquIpmefltsolo. M3-49IO: J84-1131 Mr*. Jonea : .958 CHEVROLET 4 DR. SPEEDOMETER TachomeUr 3-BEDROOM furnlahed houaa BJ

for Polk County. Transportation .. Si-S I Blicsyne I Cyl., Complete wnrlc and new cablaa. Usually rfri U the m.raln I. I Rlh 81.. I. Elol.. '1111 w..kl".
furnlahnd. Salary and eomml FREE FI Fowerglide, Tutone Paint : L ft J Servlca.\ 165 lilt 8t, 8WCY ; CY 14505.ROOMS ....
.Inn. Contact Ken Hnflman, phone *.ci..ry .* I print1 farm

:2IS4M2.Interview.Hutchlnaon Tractor Co.2 for-21 ((7)) To Buy or Trade Good Buy, Only . '''5'' 4-4251.: 1-TF ,.. tK* (rppr! fin,... ** ih* i Downtown.ft Week APARTMENTS or month.. V.ry_

]957 BUCK 4 Dr. Sedan *rn la grIp the in..t I* Hie*. Reasonable. CY 4-1&M. 2t-T'

NEED al. m.I'.fruit. ro.pon.lbli.t"" nl"'an.with, .**r*.._fi... WB BUY vied appllancei and furI I 1964 TAG Only ........... . $5959S7 ((8-A) Business PropertyWAREH000ESTORAIIE | mt. the pn thrangh I NICK apartment for 1 or I """ op,1..

anrra. Mu.t b* In lit clan. phy.cal .- allure and w* poll uxd appllanc- U Excellent condition and location In
condition. II 60S to II 7M per *a and furnIture Brook Appliance I On CARS LISTED UI I RAMBLER Sta. Wagon. : SPACES Eatl. Lak*. 283-1805. 28-11
hour Afa approxlmatelv 21 to .5. A Furoltura. 2951 Havmdal Blvd. I: Auto. Trans., I 22. 110 00 month

'all Personnel Office, Mlnut lOud ITT Good Buy At ........ S59S 1oil' 20'.Ill M montE Winter Haven I i iI BEAUTIJ'UL t
boiroom hems
Co., Auburn al. WO 1-1131 21-31! Boat Storag 42nd Street. NW. .
WANTED hood thin M" bicycle.. 19S7 DESOTA I DR. UI CY M--92. 17-Feb 16 Adult. Ever-yhln furnLhed Sea.
EXPERIENCED Waitress want* Reanonabl Writ P.O. Box 171, I 957 OLDS. 4 Dr. Hardtop "9$" annaL Other- rental ATtrrw3BEDROOM ,
Winter Haven, Fla. 29-31 Hardtop Tutone I I Ib FULL REAl EBTATID' SERVICE
Apply In 1"''''''". JACK A BETTY Fully Equipped. CV 1-\111.

-Uk Alfred Road. 10-1 I I gold with white top. Clean, Only . .... $595IIS'l FOR SALE Redness Rental 17.r.b. l'

-NEED-------....-...1 ambltloul ladle. ((7.A[ ) Industrial Equipment I Automatic Trans., I Property. Station varai. and
] PLYMOUTH S Dr. house funH.hd 5o'l
who would Ilk. to urn snIps body shop worth 140000. Sac.riflce d Av.. L
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rnoBitf'.ln apar tlmt. An ..r.1- tinted glass, radio, Hardtop, Only . .. $345 I 328.0110. RLASSOOCK REAL U, SW NE. M-Tr
lent for """ ..wl"... I TY CO., AUBURNDALB. :27-1 ::: :
opportunity JOHN BEAN HIGH PRESSURE heater . $495 Bill Ward's .._
Mu.t be nestin 4 wllllnf to woiAl.o.'hlv !. (HAND SPRAY) MCK. UUPM u I 957 CHEVROLET STA. WGN. ---------------------- ONE Newly Decorated Mmlah.4B
opening for on. m.n.5SF. Bean Royal pump too Gal. wooden I U a Cyl., Auto. Tram. --- --- aparimeot. 21. Avosue 8B17TF.
: 1938: CREVROLET PHILCO STEREO HI-FI CON- -
CY
C.I1 PR 9-1495 for Inter-plow. ..1001I.
IIIHOUSEWIVES lank Prencoit Spray Boom ../.un.. I Only .. . . . $495 Special ((9)) Business Opportunity SOLES B Only, New 1963 model
Ho.. w/gun. Jot filler attach : PICK-t'P 6 Cyl. BI Guaranteed over IM dlncount.

for moot dine tl: K)00.) r John. Deer 111111I Deluxe Cab $895 U I II 956 FORD 4 Door Sedan 1963 CORVAIR MONZA "M", '10 Down Firestone Store. 61 h St. ROOM with bath for rent Lady

on,"wheel.blades,Hyriraullrallyoperated. 1460:in B' IACMI Standard Shift . $445 Sport Coupe Radio:,, FISH CAMP ft Av.. A; SW. 21-23 or working gig. CY M225. 304

If your children are bark !III harrow for strippIng fWon. I 1961 CORVAIR 2 Door heater, automatic trana- I
1J': LIE flow preader, 5:111): oo. sal I IJohn I 956 FORD 2 Dr. Hardtop GARAGE _
air apartment I
reboot use free time to mission, factory condition with I rental on vary large room.
your Doors on-hard trartnr on fUrl: II I Sedan 500". Auto. Only I .. ..... . .. $395 clean car lake Pull prlc "'.000. ONE I piece bedroom suit, white rurnl.hed. Near honplial doctor
earn good money. Neighborhood Full hvdraullr. 921100 110. M Model Trans. Good clean A good limed oak with pla.tlc topi, e.- and downtown ll)0l'Pn| WOO
AVON territories now John Deer orchard tructnr. Full IIHy4..ull. I 955 MERCURY 2 DR. ellent condition. On. I piece ... monthly 133: Av*. C. NE. CY
i1able. ... |l -oo. 29UMI. ja.il cor.Seit.hto LOOK $2,195 STROUT REALTY nut bedroom >suit Ilk* n... HotpoInt 8-6297. in-a
n I I Hardtop. Air Cond., push button electric range,

I I one at .. . $99U Clean, Only I . .. $495 l4-iMl Kite CY MOM 11 cu. ft. WeatlnghnuM. refritvralor.a .
Write P.O. Box 1395 or ((8)) Automotive 21-11 odd cheat of drawer, 3 mahog- LAKE
:. I 5 1957 FORD STATION : 1955 BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan PinckneyOldsmobile .oy.lep.n d table. 293-25M.: II., large ALFRED Nice clean
682-4137 Lakeland *frtm"I">M .
CAH ; month for
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I I WAGON 8 Cyl., I Clean, Only ... .?.. $395 FOR SALE With!: -lea Body**. Phon Shoo.Auburn-Equipment 56411: ''BcludM all U'll'llea' and
.r. 3G-31 dale WO 7-1520.: :'1-1' Reconditioned appliance. WESTINGHOUSE aae of laundry noua*. FR ,.I.fi..
I pass.. Tutone green. I 953: BUICK 2 Door consuls TV. PHILCOpartment ___ 23-TF

EXPERIENCED: or unexperlenredaaro romml I sethisonsAtIlBS Good Buy, Only .... $343 Used Car Lot MOTEL 13 ullite. I yean old. .1... refrigerator, WEST _
npreiwntatlv on INOHOUSB 30" renew Term
aba bail. A. F. Plercy, 21)75 Ava.O. Corner of 3rd St. at the S70.0UO 111,000 down. Beat Location ELLSWORTH APPLIANCES. 31-1 FOUR room apartment 440 W.
NW. CY 1-1 MI. :33-Feb. I I 1957 FORD 4 Door Sedan Used Truck Buys water tower. In Winter Hav.n. CY 3-8371.1-TF 72-1833.Orane.* fh.*Uk only.A"4 Pnon

SALESMAN with' aome ..nperl.nc.iii I Fairlan "SCO". Excellent :28-TF
nuri7. KM Av*. 0. NW. I I 1963 CHEVROLET % ton $1595 Phone CY 3-7147 NATIONALLY KNOWN FIRM ha..
CY "3011O. *1-S condition. .31. dralerahlpa available In this area. Antique faction CHOICE!: "".t.lra all elect rlo S

: I Tutor black and I II 962 VW pickup Sharp, 1 Product advertlaed over TV, radio, .H ronm.,, Near Norlh Cat. I or 2

EXPERIENCED waltrea. wanted. I . . . $1115 manailne. and newspaper. If you Sat. Feb. 1st ole Innuir ftcr u 00 Noon.
Only .
,,-u.t be neat and dependable white. Low Mileage, MOTORCYCLE 196a Honda have the qualification to run a *M Lee Av... NW. ja-4
Apply Jn pcraon between 1 On p.m.. *06M I bu.tn.. and Bale.fore Monday Feb. 3rd
-.." 1,3W mllel CY aupervla a
I owner ... $S7S I II 958 GMC H Pick-Up ,
3 oo) p.m. or a 00 B m-10 on p.m. one Ton 11-1 I *. writ for an Interview appointment .
Rundown Re.taurant 3rd St.. ftAv New Tires, Only .. $795 after I p.m. to Boa 1380 ""* New 7M P.M. Until? FOR RENT
., K. gW._ 2MEXPERIENCED 1959 MERCURY II Chief. 31-4
Val Hochrien his another van FUR. OR UNFUR.
Efficiency
Grays Bervlca crops, labor.CY 3IMI.3KI Tall. MONTEREY 4 Dr. 5I 193 FORD OALAXHE I Dr.V" FOR SALE Ua.d Grocery and load. Victorian 'acted china IPt. In the Jacaranda 2
Cvrard- Hardtop. One owner. UI CHEVROLET Auto. Tran ,........._ |13m Meat Market Equipment: late block to
closets 4 refinished antique Mwrt'on'-,
model freeaer e. *., meat canes, pecialV -
C., Low mileage. See It PLYMOUTH VI refrlieratltin display ca.e.. drink cheats, 2 refinished tables, I Suitable for a retired lady-
I .... ....._ I5W bo.... meat saw, food chopper' .t low
((3))) Situation Wanted Jerry PIckard's and You'll buy CENTER Auto. Trana. rails readier and addIng machine. cane chain, bookcases, piano, CY yearly rate. To lee call
3-41H
I It . . ... .995 1951 rORD It*. Wagoa See Refrigeration. and Elee- mahogany desk buggy lantern during busineaa hrs..
Special VI, Only -....... ....._ I*" trio Bervlra Mr. Jim Looaey globes, frames Edison Victrola I I''CY 3-4922 other time. 3j-
Jl4 Q1.1 u.*. ocI..ahd. peraonaone I Avenue "0" and Slith. Street, HW. :
Anbnmdal with 50 records 2 sliver tea
...... need ptrtllme Job. 1960 FALCON 4 Dr. Sedan Winter Haven IM7 PLYMOUTH VI 31-3 .POUR room opotairs
W.__" ,ouT Call CY I-U2. Ml OLDSMOBILE Convertible I white. CleanTranaportatJon WO 7-1117 CT M14J Auto T..... _-__- SM8: sets, Adams mirror, bran fire I PrIvate untr-a.nc. carpart apartment. el......
Excr, $ reference 18-1 "88" Power steering I I $763 Screen wash bowls and pitchers i t lo downtown. 8o..n. tDUrtot _
p
power brake heater INI CHEVROLET ((10)I ) Articles For SaleRUMMAOE sterling pieces, cast Iron I r..d. Call 294-11H1 .r see .t 211
EXPERIENCED WATCHMAKER radio. -
I 5 % ton pickup _u..imiiiiiii- |3oO h. A. SE!.
oVlr to lorate In a.... WriteC. White with black top.A @))4 @) tea kettle, 50 flat irons and _11-1
G. Whitney, 704 O If n wood Av.., real slurp low mileage I I SEE THESE AND HAMMOND'S USED CARS SALE: SATURDAY: telephones. Copper kettles, pair rwo bedroom furnIshed

fhrlng* F'.. or call XVerarrenMM : .29SIWA car I 244iO Av*. E. 8W Winter Haven 00 A.M. 12 00 Noon SUNDAY. : of Staffordshire dogs, 2 pair I a J.M'. I.&k." Adult only. JUaaoSPeae

OTHER LATE MODEL U 30-31 CY MS64 12 00 Nncin 4 00 P M. MONDAY push-up brasa candle holders i .nt. *""* Con ... Kt
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.lT. ironing In do. Inc ,1.- U. I (00 P M. I m P M. Small elmtrieappliance Ave M_|
LOOK! : CARS AT n-4 cut glass, pink overlaid vaies,
Meal panta. .ISe. 121 Eaat ('..- $1,895 *, Antique dt h*>. ladle :LEAJ Is-mem
tral :aNI BEING DRAFTED MUST SELL lothlni.: 8-11. cc,n lamp. vibrator. Early English tea set, GoneWith ....1'. Mid-Lab, irullop A"ulU
: I CLEARANCE PRICES 1IM Plymouth Convertible. Pow. FOR SALE OR TRADE 131 antique chair. 2WT Av*. O. NW The Wind lamp guns, Park Thol'llllJll. Mobile H......
ELDERLY LADY available. Will PinckneyOldsmobile I ir iteertng. power brakaa automatic Model-A Ford. I2SOOO or will Rear). '1-1 plus hundreds of items too I(d. 2133225.1YRNIIHED: and .plrtl Lair.
tali care ol Invalid or baby ilt- a tranamlailnn radio ....t... trade for :2SOcc motoreycl In food 11.""
Img. 24J-8S11 tl-l new tI.... mt cover. and paint. condItIon May be seen at OU Hall many to mention. This merchandise i
: PREMIERMotors M2500.: Call CY 41110. 10-1 Bulck. *l-* ZENITH .. Portable TV with can be aeen all day 1I".ot. adjacent mom. ale e-"41"
: roll about .land Bargain. Term. bath ni Av.
Lost & Found Used Car Lot 1M11! METROPOLITAN. O od condition. CUJIWORTH APPLIANCES MO3rd Friday and Saturday OONT -I::_I'll E-!: n-t
((4)).. I 157 TADIIXAC Sedan DeVllle.Heaullful :M.OIIO actual mile Make St.. NW. 114WB FORGET, SALE CONT1NTES: : _
Corner of Srd Inc. u Tar. A-l condition, ISM.No offer. CY 3-354. ll-I
St. SW at the an MONDAY FEBRUARY 3rd O1
VOITRI
trada. Ca* b. eonS at 390 A... : STOCK an ..... and ahape OESPERATI
LOST k7 In vicinity of Poet Ol- water tower. : 124 THUD mm. i.w. a sw. 38-i ofleht bulb and flomcrnttemp.
tie* JUward. lUtun to Now.- Phone CT 17M7 Ml VOLKSWAGEN Deluxa model .. ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES. Baxla's Auction Calient TO IUD A BALE:
Chiol. -Tf CY 3-7711 CY 1-7114 IMO TRJ Raadrtor. Excellent condition. with aun....... Piirrhaned new In :293-KIO: 31-3
-31- I N CY J-W4 Prte 11,000. Phone CVMS2J. October, has only 1.200 mile*. -- 4268 Hwy 92 Weat Lakeland THY CLASsrmj
LOUT on Lak Silver Drive In front >--11 11IMM each, take aver paymenta.balance 1904. LEWYT Vacuum Cleaner.
of ahuffleboard court silver pin. I GOOD[ Hunting ft Flitting; Car TT: : I I U U I I U I U .a 1 IMO.OD. De.lr immedIate All tnola. Funtaatta deanlnc pow- Pbone MU9033 THEy
ubaUaUal nwar CY I-MI.i PlvmO\lUI 11&1I0. Wagon. SM.18a.uK1. .'51 OPEL mechantcallv lood. On. .. Call after 1.00 pm. rYM7M. .r. m J. Term. ELLSWORTHATPUXNCES. MVE TAIL
awl ; 114 -25. wnar. tUi.00. JSi-Lta.:: SM I 2S-1 JJ3-1U. 114 31- PBONZ
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tttgeMnte'trrNI; atPBltt.. BARGAINThe IDYLRIDGE VIEW FOR BALE OR TRADE L.Boo> a I
room, l-bath Florida room. Iteaa- I
Folks Lilt Our A enable. In Uarden. Unv. 141 Lon. ") 1,
owners of this nice S bed OPEN HOUSE: fellow CY 4-lW.. IM ro uArrLrir 7AfAnrAtra

Mortgage loans room house located 117 Palm !: Avltu A IrIylrarJrAAW
CONCRETE: BLOCK DUPLEX t221WFAMrv0rf
$9,950Out
Drive Lake \
ShIpp Heights
bedroom each tide, bath el nee roAtAAtS!
there'i reason hive moved out of town and Instructed to town. Both rented. It MO. K1out1
a wide variety of money ui to submit reasonable Havendale Blvd. Tur I f13-41L Phoso-I

source F1IA and offer Besides two bedrooms right 21st St. or Airport Road! |4_ Equity Balaw .....*

VA m 0 r II a I I money house contain nice, to lit paved road on left,, o f Low monthly payment lewtereeL ....

available Saving and bath, living room, large kitchen : call se CB. l-bedraom Furnlth b A VERY mi ftinON1 'I 1 1wNt-nh JANK(
Carport Large lot Oran. .rVt HtAU THAT Mil MnOLIM 1
Mull
Loan mortgage: money and good used lot 85 s 130. IAteutNl .5716
CY N11I tree Nice nelrhbnrkood. BY MOOT IAClt TWO
also l >> life Insurance Owner will consider UKt THC HMTWIllXWOlwTOM
too secondaryfinancing OWNER Phone M-44M. IIIBEDROOMS g NML FOUND CHILMtN M If THEY WtUHO
company mortgage after first mortgagebis 10-D I WW A rAWOUlTMllTl 700 MUCN To TMR Mn Dwsi MH THlttl.
dining room. leaf tARt MO,WHIN MOOT WITH ONt W MOUND lacEDUt ,
loans. selected the been aranged. At price of < ,
m
COltlAtl 69 Uf
ahopnlnr center Good local lo NL WM IN
TN1M COLLIO*
type loan best suited to $4,950 we feel this property U Modem block boon and colts e: City 1 llvlni N* city taiea. |(:MM: AIM I AND mi TMC* a

your need whether for being sold between $1,500 and FOR' BALE:. Contact C. W. Hrrl oaiiealata CY i-uaa. nIBEDROOM. ?4 Wt'Rt HIU!

reflnaaclng- 12.000 below market with Nettle R. /
tale or i present ., a-bath. auallty built m
Hamilton Phone CY 1.136r Lak
value home for eats. Call
Town & Country Walaa W57S. 10-1 I by owner .
jas-flUli after IK am, for apolntmenu
Mortgage Corp. GLENN D. GERKERealtor IICB "
2 1'01BAIJC I 3Dodrooon.bath. 1 living 1
nt Manila arum: room Florida! mom, carport. houee. l-bedroom, l-bath, family
nonce lt0f3) Q utility, C), cell heat Sea at ItT I room rarneted L.R.. completely k rti
....QatluBh.hlsMslAteMtanAa61sA7 109 Sixth St., NW CY 3-4270 ISih Court NW. 111000. C.1I, equipped kitchen, carport ,
Nina City 421-1164: collect. as.,I tarps. lot Many eitru. 56DAre. !
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Associates F. NW CY "' &11. M. l1A + 11,55/

Janet Chadwick r
BRAND NEW: HOMES 10 Afree Frame lbedroohome
| ) Rill Estate For Sale Reginald Baker SUN ACRES IT !Silo Ranch land some
30-2 improved sotto/ ace. Ilk, Inter-'*.
I Bedroom 1U balls Owner CY "'In''". par --. ---

A Deal Is A Deal BB1CK: I Bedroom, t balk Sun Acre
A horn of ._11'. and dUralt Excellent Low down payment *i monthly ((14-A I ) Lots & VtXJ ARm USING t-
condition. One owner propertv payment Acreage oTOL. TOO MUCH WATER IM SCWWATBH
We laid we'd aell at the ape Upper teena. Ininectloa Invlleb H COLORS 4
will do otfen wanted Will takesmall Can Jerry 31st-die CT H2h\ -
praiial price and we hour a* down payment JGarage Dan Winters CY 3--1/ .;;. CHOICE!: stDENThLLOT en
just that. Although it II low. anartmenta rear of lot. Cypreee Gardens. Road. Owner i

er than we think it ihould be Out of Slat* owner. ONLY SJM DOW!. will finance. Call 2M-MM. H?

Our lose will be your gain. Let in Ave. D, KB Mere right. In and aeauma ama u I x o a I 01r

ua show you the lovely 3 bedd ll-TF monthly payment New I bedroom LARGE Chain of Lake lot IS.(00Arree .
with terra.no floor. oil tarac -
room 3 bath with Florida room TRANSFERRED: MUST SELL *. No qualifying eee.nary.at Located 10 131000. Call anytime
and built-in extras which you t-bedroom, l-bath 1660 *o,. feetAnpraleed 136 K Hoffmen (tree, CY 1-0611. 104
buy for $18.500. Only $6X( I1T.500. Who an offer.IM Lake Alfred To tn.pact rot! -<
can Tremont Dr, BE.: OWNER M._ B, <'eanerv CY SMMIDT
down and we'll pay the closing: M3-nT4. IM Third. Btreet 8VT. SO-T' RANCHES"Welcome

costi. Many other features too mpe
here. Be Hone to our
numerous to mention People
WATERFRONT ROMa onLak
tore and call about this onel) $5,200 Arlana. Nft road betweehome beautiful city, buy tome of 011I'

and lake 1W on lake little ranches and keep you tau 0 1.11 L d p1 ,
130 deep. Home, farata apartment horses .lth .." u
JOHN G. WOOD ISM AVENUE T, N.W. I Story boat hours .
m m OLASSCOCK REALTY CO..
& Assoc. Inc. I BEDROOM FRAME! HOME AUBURNDALE. 57-i 40 ACRES near Lake Pierce v0U si LINE ( TXt GREEN n.AWES NEO
; improved pasture with canal L..1z 1t. PTQN tOHSl Al eUICK/7 UPTNE EIINe |

I IIHsn Phone W: -MM EDNA WATSONREALTOR FOR SALE!: OR TRACE!: Eqult and crossed fence with house, 5 IOOObotassTillSti 7 AS it CAME] -->V CARA.cREAru

1-bedroom house on lake an yd Priced to sell with terms [ s aoA95100113
P-U1 eli I room and bath fabln Thr. ail AND YOU

DOWN 121 6th St., NW CY 4 4149 Jiiet dens ever and I need repelr SO ACRES very valuable land w NAVEITIITAOYEDC 5,
1100 J94..1Q.! 1DI I 65y
Lake Horse Track.
i 4 I BR CB Homes. Several.I I nIXEOrnVB near Region
I CHARLES McCOMIC Rob Broker Highly improved pasture ..
asH6": HOME IN LAU $40.000<
fenced road frontage
I' ALFRED . Nearly pew *- \ \
\ 1641 Air Conditioned
\ 1 bedroom, :1-batha. O II:. kitchen, Half cash Bit Irraned .

Florida room. separate laundry,
m (For Bait By Owner) patio double carport. underground Home-$400 Down 170 ACRES cattle or hone
About Irritation. air enndltlon Good location I ranch near Winter Have
Hone On
1.4 Bedroom 111,160. OENB COOPER. .
*"-m" Acre Track Of Land R*rd Broker, Lake Alfred.S7J163& Total price of this three! Crossed fenced, water vets, t

I.Completely raral ecl- *02SM bedroom nicely I I locate)I I excellent location Valuable x

ated On 'The Spruce OPEN IIOtll: home U 12500. Down pay lend Priced right |3U per

.Road Area dally alter I 00 p.m, an d.y mint la only $400 and the acre. Terms. IITHAf

-411,000- hturday and Sunday, t-Brdroorn, owner will pay all closing
1H bath air eondltlontd beamed costs There I3a tile -SEE-
full
To SM Or For More -
ceiling living mom, paneled Florida
t -Information "Call Cy 33Ut mom entrance hall drape. and bath Inside and a half bath -
-Or Cy M581w railieerla rant Included Priced In the utility room. Other James H. Cross wet-i. MAW '85 OKAVT' PICOND WNLI. 10051 N
below FHA appralaaL 1001 AT-: featurea Include a combinatIon DAwaAt.w c60!.J N IMg c ecmD MAINTAIN! A piJTANCi \ MiteS r* $NiP 14APN' pNAR iNOueIM W
I'll:. 141 and I REALTOR PIr.C" A+..rr. w __ 00 laye.A. YArtp$ OMjNOWl LISrVstlo Hr uNftpw"sv"A
....... _s- air conditioning tIJ: 17'_ I 04-SN w/ HASP
%+rf PamTTYpl..f
1 JCO Office 230-A Srd St., S.W. OKAy
.ooJaT Uiwood aectlon. CY S-MO.. heat pump unit large 100' :a: ,"IC"o&. 1145
24Feb 'I Garden GroveJust s 105' lot and the owner Phone CY 42444Cltrui IT'I TIME 91.fLICMOMAiN/11C t40W w>>w. TW5'fO se.7nf0

will redecorate Inside and Grove Our Specialty" Q GLOISRMaiI elops WORK 'JIoj1'E I Std'n

outCall n Nalw.,
mil NEW-4-BEDROOK!: HOM SI- 151UITflytRY
florid room built-in rut and i halt mil East of Cypress MIKE NOLKtt today : rWf ,/ a
4
ores. Blao-Tnnd Sisal Llfetlm Gardeni oa StaU Road dot 1
chain link fenc Locatd Jn-Ph 140. Allay new nodal now for an appointment to tee LAKEFRONT ACREAGE tIJC ,

Villa*.. OWNER WILL IACRnCE ready for your admiration. this home. w
or rant Call M3-1UL awl :3S Acre of land Approilmatr ;
Drive out
today; and see these 100 n. of lake. WUI divide .
new two and three bedroom LEIS BROS. Total price ",000.VARNER "

Mtdallioa homes In beautiful o .
RETIREMENT!: HOME!: I-bed-; Realtors REALTY ... .. ....
-
room. l-1>& built-in 0.E.!: kite \- Garden Grove.JOHN .
4 celled heat .cn* tbd Mtlcompletely '' 1200 Sixth St., NW. 11 lib St.. NW CY M.u f11NE
Q most
..w furniture.furolehed Encellent location G. WOOD (Opposite North Gate) 'l-T"

111 000 GENII COOPER: REOIiTERED $ 2M-3W
: BROKER, Lai AlfreiI7J1SM. & Assoc., Inc. LAKE JULIANA
*>I Eve & Sun. 294 2U2 1 I ACRE Lakefront leap well
DEVELOPERS BUILDERS .il clrlrlty. barn 119.BOO.C. ( 'UNLESS TELLTN'DO'/S NATxrDAVDETECTNE I
YOUR EXPENSES MAY
MEN
r. McCOMIC. It...
NEW modern l-bedroom r tlr.. WK11 or ZtHS3I11I1 ..H4. BrokerII YOU I'LL DOrIRE FO5DI0/l-/ DONATED Oi A CERTAIN PUBLIC
horns. Clo's.ln 634 Av. CNE. I AIMTt7 MIN' 4' SOMETHING YOU HAVE BEEN CHOSEN SPIRITED CITIZEN

$1I\ SIA CY 54265. U-F.b: ld CLEAN Mxdraom Jtan h. Eicel- 10-1213 HERE WIT' NO THAT r bKTTER!! TO 60 AWCN-1t)SiUPIOREiGN / bHOWISFIESIO .

LAKE!: LULU IECTION. Bedroom, lent for retired. modem couple. : 1MORIL KAOK, I'LL HONOR pcIICEMEmgo5TOpsr REMAIN 7JI47/11/
l-bath. Florida room. Price r.duc.d .. Good flihlng 1431 W. Lake Can- LAKEFRONT Legal Advertising o.:: PAY-OFFS!! F0SDICKO HIN1! 60514, ANONYMOUS!! N4MESOVTECHEtl'G"
OWNER CY 58661. 29-1 Don, Winter Hay.n. $0.5 HURRY 8AC7t.R 041EP7I '

LAY GOLF Modern 104' on Lake Alfred. Furnished ix 'THE: ciRcriT: Coral > NEW ALL

Vry **"> when live a t ,. bedroom, J.b.tb. Fla. room, TENTH JUDICIAL CIUCIIT lit = + NEARfCHeAi' +
TO) AVENUE J"N L. birch cabinets AND FOB POLE (OfNTY.FLORIDA
Ranch Style large living room, : CNANCEIIj
HOME with Ibedroom. IN I
New MEDALLION 1
built-In Extra storeage w
bathi. AU alactrl oven. LIT FOB D1VOBCE f fr
14
Home
room utility terrsgo $- C... N*. fltliMlMNOW
kitchen ceiling heat large reaacreened t room ew
porch Bedded front law floors, telling heat tea OLLIE LANOO
with underground Irrigation. tarp. ON 40 ACRES OF LAND Plaintiff
wall sprinkler system
nIW lot Price only 111.500IMO ALEX LANOO. ".JI\.
Enjoy Urine I at SLEEPY OAK ,
dove and WI pay closing
ooet RANCH Horn ha* I bedrooms I'i Boat A Motor Dock Defendant I ..
OFF* tr'NDY I t. I F M. bath living A dining room, fire NOTICE
8A..11J.C01'lNABY' INC. boors: lame Fla Room, terratio ISO Penn. Ave Lake Alfred TO! Alex Lanio. Jr. ,
modern kitchen with built- Address unknown o.
S3T Third It., SW 29S./l !II' in oven ,.n... dlehwaeher 1 You art hereby notified that a
BOT1FOR car carpnrta lance utility Deep Owner Occupied 11m I of Complaint for Divorce ha.
well W acre of th* mil hot been bean filed and
against you your TNERSs SOoY
SALT Rlfl Rang Aroa teetcd a* Fort Meade IOU end 31-2 : required to rem. t 01 1 I'LL JUSf O.O58 ArV F147UMAWEQLEFT
Modern 1 bedroom boron Ideal for for only copy $ f 2 MUC64 m DOSIiRS BYES AND
cltru All this ---I your Answer or Pleading to the Bit PUT Aiy HAM t li
ISO Down IN: per month . 140.000. Owner wl.h. to tilde of Complaint on the plalntlffi atorney SAI$ 2 DONY KNCNA I POWN AND &o TO woaOM < r

CT M01I. 4-TF fur toll!| home:M acre In Winter of land Haven without or horn will OPEN HOUSE 1 1I WINES. WALKER RAGE LOT OF WHERE TOW17RtCT0 THE FlCST TMM 1OPEN
Van Sklv.r Bulldlni. Win.tar
-
for .OOP.. offend
111 time ever
First I STARTDOr / X TOUO4/ I
Haven Florida and flit the
See u* today It can't Int.
LOVER? 2 BR. 2 bath, air conditioned :rlrlnal answer or pleading In the 0 OPENr,1 .

Beasley Realty Co. home. Hardwood floors, sprinkler 4 Court Office on of the or before Clark of the th.ltth Circuit day 5r. ) 5 aI

of Spanish Architecture Formeal system, boat house. WalkIng of February ItM if lo doM
garden. 10 various fruit and nut 134 Ilk St. NW urt""IIL.
distance to town. On Chain : Judgment by lake
treea Large I room horn. en
.n against you for the relief demanded S
I large lot overlooking beautiful CY JZ757 CY liflt of likes. Corner of Lake Howard I I In the Bill of Complaint

chain of lakes Only 21-23 t Avenue C, SW DONE AND ORDERED at Bar-
US.MO. Bring your sombrero t tI tow, Polk County, Ilnrlda thlt

+.."""'"..""'".'.III''''..''.I.'",','I.'IIIIIIIIIIIIII/ A. J. LYND 16th d.t.of January:! A.E' "l. I o
STROUT REALTY Clark of tA. Clrcult CouAD. b
I H SLOAN. JR.
m-toit !! &.* CY : 4 BEDROOMS | REALTOR Juanlta Radford lp'I. ,4wVLLDc +
::
US Aye A, SW CY 2-42M WALn:Deputy. RABE Clerk* WINES I.

ON CHAW' OF LAKE New' 4 2 BATHS | Van Skiver Building' h
bedroom, I bath home 4/1' 312 I Winter Novae Florida ". ,,'
........n. porch double! carnon. LAKEFRONT, LOVELY Attorney for .r.I'T.
i dock Wait side Yoke Elolne H iv- Jan 17. 34. 1N4OTIfI OH 119,652MIICOUNr6D d'7'A6K
.r Road CY 1-4740 CY 54)63 T-TF LOCATION. OWNER = ::ae" / UNCLAUNT la THAT $075 PLUiiJ
E HAS MOVED. ANXIOVS = Southeast > : Or suns WAITED BY I iwvnw THI MI wuamrt, MA4.JII TO DA5LIN',
TOWN Or EAOtE: UtE, FLA. Z TNi VAX ftl/AUDf.THi/ WIL J106S,3'M lgLpW7U-$551 EIFORI 1
C1Q
IF V. R. TRULY E TO SELL. MAY I SHOW = LIARNINO DOESN'T IOImta
Nolle |j kenby ,lv.a that tM ) HAKMONICB AND DO,AND $UT I TN eEr MAD'ALWMVr
E TOUT 5 Town Council of tha Town of tail MRf.ARMANO LI3dr-- YOU tf1 TO COUNT/ COUNOIih COUNyr
DreamThis
looking for a home then ITI R. Lake, bib County, Florida will vtr TiN. / UP
I LUCKY you cow this ..d.B.d: CsUELEANOR I nods Malad !bids until S 00 p orson Zp ONLY T0T1Nl
room. S-bath. Extra: CB "'. Sea February 'I, 1.... for the pure fl HTPLAce n
what I t. ffred for |14W. Owner IGLEHART | la an exceptional value! chap and removal of th* following 4 R
relocating reluctantly. 3MI Helm' Close to Southeast Plaza. 2-bed- dacrlb.d proptrty, to-wlt: c:
I IRd. S L >>1 Evenings t Sundays On (1) wooded Iwabtdraoradwtlllnt "'
rooms, 2 baths Florida room, houM loeatad en Lot
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CY 1112 lots of closet. Carpeting central (. Block I; of Terries Bubdlirl. tor

air conditioning, oven It dal Town of Eatl: Lake, bib
County, norlda aj chews ry
HOUSEFRI. range, dishwasher, disposal.Call map or plat throt busted. In "'"
OPEN
_:TOWN i, COUNTRYtlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl1II111111111111tlllllllh]i ui now to show this home. for tha Polk offlea County of the Florida Cltrk In and :c n rY

SAT. SUN. r2" noII'ljlrrli'1n I Sand. h...u* bini located a) II
Terrace Dpi. North la the T'._. 73 I SI
CY.3'1I41I !l5WlLB UIiJUa "/ j "'".j.U.'
FOR THIS IUUTIFUL i j of Eagle. Lou, Polk CowII,. Donna -

:: I eafl t4tafoPlCY4)6).Ci i---
NIW HOMIS M. .e .; Bidders muat data *
t-rOw1 head for th* purch*Mtbllr .=
Horbord Street 28'31 .1 I of Ih. above d.acrl..... base. u PUT YOUR FINGER OKAYNOW
Th ....,.,.. ML 010507
.
.tul bidder will b i
a1*
WARREN SECKKL. Realtor IN MY V t I CO BACK AND EVEN TELL MS
LAKE ALFRED ** a naannabl
4 IT \011doe" to r.move the Mid tlm haw within. at which has ILECTRICPNCrI \ { / ( GET TO WORK -- WNAT I DODwRONCt

TKei ..Ift.. 6.r. *>*ry4hef! credit have la food muck a you cash want but a horn your 31. ".loratlmi.AdHr.M.P.nM,. from the abort described t 511ARPENCqk }

:a ...if. cauld' eat fr end. Ia the BE within I block of all BRUSH aH bid'' la Town Cma- r JOM
aehoala. It 1 apacloua lGs
you want nil +
till man. bedrooms with cedar lined closets Town n P.O. Bile 121,
Earl Lak.
I Faith
IHAROLD luxurious have dreamed parquet of the floor coal II'.If* of you aTeal FENDERS Tha Town Council rMom th* s
right to
SELLERS refuse any or all kid or
brick
flraplaca ta your own I* ae<.pt bid ...
say their d.
at "cr
notty pin paneled Utmj room. with tAi pndr walk to Cy [k>n.
IUIIDH I eivEioni Then brln( your furniture, yourredlt free Cardena. Beautiful lakevlew BOrd.r at lie Tow Council
U 0 00 comb and IM 00 mo. 1 BR I bath eicellent" conmruotlon frank
LAKE ALFRED total ft ftn for spat to *... 117 too and you BOW live M /rrank D Wood D. WedI.r President mot'
Suprina CY S-ttlL 104 Knob Hill"STROUT. JullK B
fin. Pho"e FR 2.1509 JITUAf BENWETT
Spa-oh REALTY Town Attonin-
+..i rim.f BiMldmr'
leas Area Florida Room. Central IM-MII Viu CY MM wins, H.r.... Florida
,. bleat SUm. CY I-WuM. U-TF zt.n Jaa. 24. 3*. 11. 1'... 1 1M4
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Pane Tw"fv. WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIFFWINTER: HAVPN) Fl ORIDA Friday January 3T T96?




Church Slates Army PFC Dies I Ire pionage, Suspense," the Bob Theatre Hope among Thea.

At MacDillTAMPA p Television In ReviewBy them most of them without

wf overemphasis of running characters .

(UPI Army Pfc and without the usual

New ClassesCommunicant Walter M Blevlns, 19, wan electrocuted 1 r. I RICK DU BROW I unconditional bow to the ratings serial drama approach. Most,

I Thursday when be _, HOLLYWOOD (UPI) I regret I. system which Congress investigated of course, failed because of the
to Inform you that I have but which has not ratings Next season there will
church membership brushed a 13.000-volt power line teen next season's tentative lost Its grip on the industry.It be a smattering of new dramas

classes will start Sunday while working on a telephone ichedule of network television i took no great insight on of a serious nature, but a very

Feb 2, In the First United line at MacDill Air Force Base, Jt' E r"u' Fe entertainment I had no choice our part this past season to aharp decline.

Presbyterian Church of Lake Blevlns was 15 feet up a tele in the matter sine it was note how completely the docu -
leaked all over the country. My mentary producers have established The Channel Swim: Atty
Alfred according to the phone pole and apparent!
pastor immediate advice ii to join I themselves as the only Gen Robert Kennedy appearson
brushed line
the he
Kev David Dietzel. power as
tried to fasten his safety belt. poker group or I sewing circle significant arm of network programming NBC.TV'I "Today" show
All people between the brush talking and schedule Thursday Actress Kim
young The jolt threw him to the ground a up on your But this new next
7th and 12th school grades who and he was dead on arrival at subscribe to Mademoiselle or if It holds up, is a shock Hunter does a sketch with
.
Playboy (depending on your to the callous. Jackie Gleason on his CBS TV
wish to unite with the church the MacDill Air Force Hosp. even
taste). hour Saturday ,The NBC opera .
This past season, there was
invited tat
are to attend the sessions
Secret of
Blevlns, a member of the Considering the refinement at least a wave of new drama offering, "The
which be
will held from "
set for Feb 23, was
of technical matters and home screen: Suzanne
U.S. Strike Command communcations experience series to hit the
9:4S In 10:45 a.m. canceled because of the Illness
that the network have the
support element at Mae "East Side-West Side,
Adults wishing to join the
at their command, It may be Richard Boone anthology, "Es of producer Samuel Cbotzinoff.
church are Invited to contact Dill, was the son of Mr and Y

the pastor at his study, 350 E. Mrs Herbert Blevins of Pontiac H that this tentative schedule

Thelma St Adult membership Mich Funeral arrangements are foreshadow the worat coming

classes will be conducted laterfe pending. attraction marquee In the In- BSSXSS.WRIGHT.

February, dates to be an dustry'i history In brief it i IIan GROWERS: .

amalgam of little more than ,
nounced.) k
ACL Income
a wave of situation comedies,

NEW SONG TITLE JACKSONVILLE (UPI-Tbe jazzy Intrigue stories Inspiredby

LONDON (UPI) Scribbled Atlantic Coast Line Railroad the Ian Fleming Craze (and

on the back of a dust-smeared announced Thursday its net income diluted of course, for video),

gasoline tank.truck was the Inscription in 1963 was $15,427,000, up dramas of the movie level,

"What Kind of Fuel 7.S per cent over the previous variety shows and the smallest r
Am IT" year r mattering of quality like "The r

Defenders.

It Is clearly I sharp regression

ARTICLES FOR SALECLASSIFIED from this season, which

GIRL SCOUT SPEAKER-Kathy Keith discussed: her recent trip to P,liit n during a had some legitimate excitements COMPACT SAW

I meeting of Girl Scouts at the PrsbytrUn Church Thursday night. Mist Keith! spent over to look forward to, and POWER BLADsT.

two weeks during an intrntionil meeting of Girl Scouts: in Pakistan. at least started on a hopeful Weighs only 19 Ibs. Cuts any wood/anywhere any time!
; j note. No such hope permeatesthe

'I schedule we see now unless
Legal Advertising Clean rubber foam upholstery Center
Legal Advertising some sudden experiments WILSON'S Lawn Mower

with soap and water and changes are decided on.
CY3510
NOTICE Or INTENTION TO IN THE CIRCUIT total OF only. Most cleaning fluids will More than ever, it seems to bea 204 SIXTH ST.. S.W.

'. BBGIimB: tlCTITIOlRj NAME THE TENTH UI>KIAL IIKCIIT deteriorate rubber surrender to base tastes, ao ---- ----
-----
IX: AND FOB FOLK IOINTV, --- ---------
the
Notice I. hereby rives that
FLORIDA IX: 'H"lCERY ..
READER undersigned Intend to nxlitar IIh.re. Ca.. N*. fUvS-W-m The First AnnualWASHERAMA
with the. Clerk of the Circuit Courted BESSIE! M. 8HULER. Winter Haven Appliance Dealers Present

SERVICE Polk County, Florida pursuant Plaintiff

e. t. Chapter' :30953 laws of Florida T*.

Acts of 1M1 Legbilatura, M amend JOHN W SHULb!:R.

i, M. by Chapter 3D7M\ Laws of Flo Defendant

\ rids Acts of 1151 Ulldatura. th. NOTICE TO DEFEND

Ictltloua nil me, to wit:: "HAVEN THE!!: STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

ELKCTRICT under which .h. If enunited John W ahuierWhereabouts A and
ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN IS DAYS unknown -
In bt lnM at 102 Third) You ar* hereby notified that. a
Street SW Winter Haven. Florida. suit for divorce baa been filed
FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD aKalnt you In the abova entitled
.
Idu. Rerndnn cauae: and that you pry hereby. Show
Touchton A McPherson required to erv* a copy of youranewer Sportswear
or other written d<'fan**
Notices For This Box 23Winter upon Walter U Bell. plaintiff attorney
Department Pisces Florida whom address I* all Van

Jan 24 11, Feb 7, 11 1M4 Skiver on II or'before; ln the: 7ih Haventlorlda day, FASHIONS SHOWN IT RHEINAUERS

r Limited To of February 1R64 and befor or
Immediately thereafter to file with

t 1. Done for .. 99 two te rW .. N* ....,.. N. e.I ..,... N.tlrt T. fredllori tour he clerk the orla-lnal nf the of Mid above answer etvltd or 3 BIG SHOWS Free Prizes ]

I ..,.. If III se .... It THE COUNTY *IDGEStOlBT written defrnee. If any L Free Admission J
An c.... IN AND row POLK If you fall to do *o. 0cr*. proConfen.o Tues., Feb. I 11 Ith Nora Mayo Hall
will be entered acalnet
2. II We Limit I its ,.
1 IVKkAlt. .. A* mate a* ....o.* la t.at COITNTV, tLOBIDA your' tits!. relief demanded In the
IN RE ESTATE Of
:
i tL.ISd, daNst.m.4 '"'"" LENA A. WALtUt WITNESS, ; my hand and .official
tuck swric. MM* .**.*,* the' seal of nfflr at Bartow Polk

. price *f .".,. .. .*] ..... sr KMlM .In with ,.,..., To All Creditor and Person Deceased Havnc County anuary., Florida J964 this Ith day of SEE OUR SPECTACULAR DISPLAYOF
"k.M .....ber w ridm* If claim or btmand Ajalnit D H SLOAN JR
(a* ..II". ..le ......... Bald Estate: Clerk Circuit Court
You. and each of hernotlllvd :Ronald HendenonDeputy
you ar .
" 4. N. tMHMrcM edt win.. 7. Ne .h.. erel_ by ta til* In duplicate\ alltaime 10 IT. 34. ii. &CI..rk.r.n. 164 WASHERS!
,, KENMORE
and demands which NEW 1964
...e4. younave
, (. Aa will .. If ........ acatnvt the ..!.!. ot t_ Jk. '
w.n.r. dnceaied In the office of
q 415 .,. Iliehard A. Bron...... County Judge, Nstlre T. Creditor r
IN THE: COIINTV; I1DOE'IICOL'II'f : \
Home
at hi. office In the Court
n I ICIRCtILATUOO 1)tfO.THERM _. hsatn with at Bartow. Florida within ill calnrtar IN AM FOK PULECOt'NTY
space h..l.. (on) blower, 1:11I,00.: CY .1M alter month from January 24 rumiuA
1:00 IN RE: ESTATE OF
.63&u0. Pa $15t0 : .rn 1964 which I* the data of the first
HAZEL MAY FORMAN
ubllcatlon nf tht nottr Each .
USED Jalouiled doom and window .1. claim or demand mUM ba In writ- All Creditor and Prrtona Deoeamd"o Havng FINEST MOST
a:4: OU FR :1-lfiOt I Beautiful Gardenia Btnhu. I feet Inc mud state the place ol ...1- Claim or Demand Against REDUCED--OUR
at I'Ip.ITe>ilionaly) thrllty, MOO dorm and port office address of Bald EtatiYou : ,
.a. ; Park Rt Ma at Hwy the clalmunt' mitt be worn to and each of you, ar* hereby
BEAUTIFUI. Palms. I to I It '1110 27 Carton. and mutt be filed a> aforesaid orate notified to fit* In duplicate all
to 1260 each Larry Lewi 2h..*< same will become void claim and demands which you LAUNDRY TEAM
Ace H. MW 'Inwood'CYSMJS.PIO + Eunice HaywariExerutrlx have Milnrt the elate of Ha*..l AUTOMATIC

AUTOMATIC O E "..b.r. Good May. Formaa, dnceaaed In the of-
WALKER. RABB A WINES flan of Richard A Branion Coun-
eonn.tlolalll: 00 Before S 00
BtralKhWhIU. p.m.
EONS. C.mm.a *
CY S-04M Anytime MU I-IU64. Attorney at I AWSkiver ty Judge at his office In the CourtHouse
Fantall 75o -
a. UP
B.VJnlng Von Bid* at Bartow. Florida, within
Wehntla Jl&pllaCburdl
Winter Haven Florida pin calendar months from January
CY"I880.: -14- Inn 24,, 81. Feb 7. 14, 1W4 IT 1964 which I* the date of th Ip0
SHETLAND FLOOR POLISHER tint publication of this notice b'i s 0 efY0
and cleaner Hardly used Like Each claim or demand mutt be In 0 1 p
-20I price, 11750 Phon writing. count Mat the place of .,i. ,y
PORTABLE electric heater*.. ;:r.m.U IN THE (iRCiit COVET or reildenc and pout office addremof . .
und Good condition. SIM web.l 1'ULK CUI "tV, H.UMIUA a.r tMtti
the claimant moat be eworn
.
BE.
0j mh St.
rKs
IN HIANfcKVMDUTGAUK 'to and count be filed a* aforesaid, a
SQUAB FOR THE SPECIAL oCIO5l'KE .
bti" else acme will become void
JS-: OCCASION, 1100 seek Phone tan. A*. SUPER CHAIR Good condition Bobby CY :MS3 ROBERT k.:. MuCLAY, Kt AL, .
HO: ,00. M3-Q36S after SOO: pm80 rialntllf. Rtraua-hn Sharlt A
23- va. Kalorrldla. Alt y*.
HUNTER Seat Riding outfit, r.n- LOREN O HERNDON, ET AU Kt Magnolia Av., '
a,, and black. SIIIa 12. CY :1-77(3. Defendants.NOTICE Winter Haven Fla
TWO Evlnrud. a gallon fuel tank 117.001IONO. Or I' IT Jan 11 :24 81. Feb T. W4
with DOM A eonnwtlniu Real THE!!: STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
good buy 111 Ml Men. 283-427. 4JO: Ixiren O Herndon and wit,
till street SW. KONG. fan Shape Wicker Mildred Herndon Seiko T. tredltert
chair and Ottoman $1500. CY Realdenc and pot offlc "OUIY JIUOK'S .
IN: tHE: ,
-30- I ;
4-41J1 Eve CY S721S.Carter. addrui unknown AND FUR FOLK "
BOAT Trailer tlr 530/4V U". 4 COtBT: IV
*
.
You are hereby notified that a rUIHlUA
COUNTY: ,
hole whMl. Never been uned 0810411 oJ "
cult for fnrecloiur of that certain
Bargain 128: ,M. 2B3-I27B: 430 Slat STOVE. Grad condition.J0,00. real entate mortgage racurded IN RE: ESTATE OrPEARL f ,
Street 8W. ; 831 2nd bl. Lake 101. : F. GATES ,
In Official Records Book M.. Doceaiwc I'," < 1 "
.
--- --- 631 and 633 In the Office ;,
Page Having
To All Creditor and Ftrioni ,' .J I '" "
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 'tli4.
Claim or Demand Agalnit < (I
.4 Polk County Florida, and en- Bald E tatl, 'I, lt .4- :. : L.I'
umberlng the following described You. and each of you ar .hereby : _
real *ntat. to-wlt: notified to file In duplicate ..Ucl.lmII .
Begin at the SW corner of Lot and demands which you w+1
14 In Block "A" of ARM. the estate of Pearl I
have tgaliut

STRONG to the SUBDIVISION plat thereof. according recorded of P Oatea Richard dacaed A. Bronaon la the County office :' .. 111:; : :\I''.' .

In Plat Book S. pace ; '
Judge, at hi. office In the CourtHouse
-rfRROWFE.NWAY S9 public record of Polk Coun at Bartow. Florida. within srr.A1t .-.' SAVE 90
ty Florida: run thence East Ilx calendar month from Jan. 14, 4 ( ; : S53
M feet: run thence North 1ST 1904 which la the dale of the filet 'l ,
feet: thenr went SI feet I publication of thus notice Each ,; .t, l
than South 187 feet to the claim or demand must be11 writIng : .
CLUBS point of beginning' LESS AND mutt Hat the place of rod \ 'I. j
EXCFPT the Hiding roadrINhl.I."A" dence and .poet offlc. address ol ", '
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the claimant must be sworn to
fashion .ia. been filed agalnet you In the and mutt be filed u aforesaid or on this fabulous
high above entitled raux by the Mort. .I** same will become void ?:
gniee named In said mortgage Edwin R Date

that wile namely, Corrlne Robert McClay E .MrCtay Hilda Jan and RARE Adminl.tretnrWALKER A WINES ?:. ;:

irons itself Jannvlrh ind hueband. Peter Jesevich Attorney at Law ; f> ..a LADY KENMORE WASHER-DRYER

I p fv Sarah Virginia! Oorbr and Van Skiver Building J
hnehand. Donald Horny. and thAt Winter Haven. Florida ,
you are hereby required to serve Jan 24 II, Feb T, 14 1960NOTICE
d II copy nf your answer nr other J ': l! COMBINATION
written defenses soon Tarry EKing ;.>
; pl' lntlff.' attorney. whosetddrwn. t. ';Ji.1 .. I
TO
l. PO. Box SOT WinterHaven or iNrrtTiOT
Florid. on or before the REGISTER FICTITIOtl NAVI! : "
of Febnianr. 1M4, and Nooks I* hereby given I that terundeenicned I "
Win day
) before or Immediately' thereafteIn the Clerk. of Intend the Circuit to reglntr Court with 01 :( : : :
file with the Clerk nf the. above te
Polk Countv Florida pursuant ( r BOTH FOR
raid
staled Court the orlrlnal of Chapter' 90M3. Law of Florida BUY $35600
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.1' or mid written defenses Act of 1141 Lfflelature. a* amended 'h tv'
.. luxury Ih* .*y"otelerfer I If ...ny.If by Chapter 2H7M. Law* of Florida \. /,. ., "
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do 1
decree
you foil to ram Act of 13S1 Lnrlilatur. the
fining F.nwoy Club! ol 100% mnfensn will be entorcd. Re.lnot flrtltlou name. to-wlt: CYPRESS! (, ..f,! t ,
vrat for the relief demanded In the GARDENS PLAZA. under which "
ptn-dry-cotto with tptclol (nhh ''tt 0: ; r;\
lo. >
'In huntress
CnmniatntWrTNFKH they ar* enraged :, ..ryll..o'. '* worker ft electric,,.,
lounden drip imeeth ., mv hood and offlrlawai rated at 102 Cypree Gardens ;
eatily "
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f offlc at Bxrtow Polk 'me.tv Road, Winter Haven Florida.
wrinkle-Ire ..Sanfori.....Hvrt". "no"' .. this 24th day of January F: M.lrolm'ope "
1W4 Mary Lout Pope Ma: OR BUY THEM SEPARATE -
6betpd. nveoner.d lot popular G...... T H m/UN nClerk tnurhn. Chant A Kaloerldll1MI : -
Clrrult CoulrHv MxduiH Avenue, SW ?
aft, ehort-pohit, medluiMpreoo1steo Paul H Vaughn p O. Box S1J ,
Clerk Winter Have*. FloridaJan
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cd for..,t.. Jan J4. W Feb. 7. 14. 1M4 IT :M. 31. Feb. T. ISM ,, :. WASHER DRYER


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