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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: March 9, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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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WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA SUNDAY MARCH 8, 1964 I






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for i Dy which her wish greeted gifts worth Broken Bow. Neb, a legal lea

will original in Winter Haven $3,MM and usually I trip, worth rotary when they were married

next week to salute, on the r7 anywhere from $500 to $$,000, and also an accomplished ,

nationwide ABC network the to some vacation spot pianist.harpist They live la

40th anniversary of the FlorIda But no little of it* sucress- Malibu Colony, Calif, Bailey; "

Citrus Expedition II the It'a the hottest property on paints for a bobby like watcb-
daytime television Baile s log baseball and Joins hit wife
pioneer give swsy show on the
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who's been emcee since almostthe Nk rmr ] la piano duet, )
air and hold the all time rec- beginning 1 As his six million wla.henf

ord for playing Santa dam Bailey's ability to combine f know, Bailey 1 II not entirely

Its master of ceremonies, professionalist with genuine atone with his "queens Jeanne

genie! Jack Bailey, plan to sincerity. plus his personal concern j Cagney I la fashion commentator,
over each candidate and J and there are some pretty dollswandering
give $20,000 in merchandise and
his personal charm has won la and out with some
vacation trip abroad to fortunate him one of the biggest names 1 of the gifts that Balky bestows
women who are chosen in radio and TV I on his audience participant

aa queens on the five shows f The housewives love him not MIHS, Cagney, bora In New
h.,1"? York was on the way to becoming
only the one to whom' he playa
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that will be taped in Nora Yryr?Y
Mayo Hall next week Santa Claus each day and the F w.yry "a 4 a doctor when her brother
few hundred who crowd into Jimmy, began to blat I
He has handed out more than
the Moulin Rouge. but also owner American movie screens f
$lB million in gilts, merchandise Y
and some six million an the way 1 14 and Jeanne was virtually pushed lH
cash to winners and I r
from Main to Hawaii who min aiimit
contestants during the 18 yeara JEANNE CAGNEY watch "Queen for a Day," She wise brought to Hollywood
he and his "queens" have beenon I
born In Hampton by David 0 Selanlck to
the air-radio first and then Fashion Experted Bailey was
Iowa, and staked out a career test for the role of Melanie
television. in music when he Joined the In uone With the Wind,,"
Next week five will that if he could take the
queen
Olivia d Haviland the
Methodist Church choir, took got partbut
be showered with the loot Bailey I
average housewife, glamorizeher Jeanne
piano lessons-at the age of 10 won a Paramount
will give out Shows will be take her on a Hollywood -and eventually became a pro- contract and mad four film,
taped Monday, Tuesday, Wed whirl solve her problems and tensional on five Instruments: starring la three
nesday and Thursday at 1 p,m. and gwW I She then went on the stage,
bass, piano drums, cornet
and again Thursday at S p,m., make her fondest wish a reality trombone. He drifted Into I returned to Hollywood to play
to be put on the air by ABC ," he'd find listeners (that stage career, first in stock in opposite her brother la "Yan

the following week, Monday was in the days of radio). Des Molnet and then la Chicago bee Doodle Dandy," then gravitated 1 1SHI

through Friday.Approximately. And so "Queen" was launched where he learned to cook I to Broadway by way of
2,200 win be -as it happened, on the day in a Loop restaurant la order summer stock and had lead
admitted to Nora Hall
Mayo I to keep from starving. I In three successive shows Her
for each performance, through the first false rumor of Ger- He spent several year with | last Broadway appearance war
tickets distributed by mail by War II hit Broadway. the John B, Roger Producing t In Eurgene O'Neill "The IceMan CARRIES GIFTS i ia

the Florida Citrus Exposition I Thousands of people Jammed Company, staging pageant ; l At, $ Cometh," And li D* tfotlvt
Several women will be chosen Times Square, completely around the country with home tl Meanwhile, even while on
from among those admitted to I oblivious of "Queen for a talent performers, and finally Broadway she war playing In Hollywood again with Jimmy
each performance-picked on Day," until Morgan sent the landed in Hollywood, where begot radio soap opera She was the war drawn Into the court"
the basis of how they fill Informs staff out into the crowd, arm. nowhere "Helen Trent for awhile, got
that are picked up aa ed with stacks of dollar bills, He got Into radio In San I Into Young Wlddrr Brown" of "Queen for a Day" eight
they enter the auditorium The which were distributed to all Diego, then In Los Angeles, 8 and "Front Page Farrell!!," year ago, and that' where:
dally "queen" will be chosenon I who would come to the show where running Into a Walt !I.sad. la more annitlmi. shows the' been ever tine. '
the basis of audience applause II That rounded up an audience Disney personnel manager, got r '*Uk. THe KMt ftaatta Shew," Gene Baker 1 II the announcer
Since that eventful day, "Queen a Job with the Disney Studio, "Lux Radio Theater and ethers .
for the show, hi bees la television
"Queen for a Day" was invented I has played five times a week moved up to an assistant directorship *
by the late Raymond I for more than U years Bailey and for a year was I "Thou were busy. dyi.M she and radio sine h* cam
P. Morgan, Los Angeles advertising I has aired the wishes of more the voice of Goofy in Donald 'recalls "I played' aa many out of high school Ed KrsnyskI
EMCEE OF FOR A DAY IN AN OFF MOMENT
agent who also orlg- I than 21,000 women, crowned Duck film. QUEEN I'three different parts la one d."I I the producer, Hap Wrwan.
fated 'Breakfast in Hollywood more than 4,800 queens, and Back in radio In 1941-at .. Jack Bailer faint Wht Ht last Giving\ Away Lest Back to Hollywood this the director and othe .*key
." That show taught him I never has to hand out moneyto $25 a week-he batted around at the call of another people on the stall Include

that womea "were so appreciative get 900 women Into the famous from one program to another, Missus" H* also announcedfor a Day" a* a two-week replacement behind the throne of the rather Bill, who was making "Time Harry Mynatt, vie prtiidentf
of even the smallest Hollywood theater-restau as a disc Jockey, 011 "Rise and 'Ozii and Harriet' and I I was an instantaneous unpretentious show. of Your Life" with Jimmy at ABC; Gary Smith, promotion
things we gave them," and it rant the Moulin Rouge Shine," a couple of network the star Jeanne played In It ; Betty White trevet "DI-
having occurred to him that I A good deal of the success of show which b* wrote and "Duffy's Tavern," among others I bit, was persuaded to give.1 The rest li history. too, then starred opposite Mickey anne Fowler fashion; Jlngfeskltion -

the average woman "never his "Queen" ii due to its geaeroslty emceed for two years, "Pot- during this period. up his other commitments II* I II married to the former Boone la "Quicksand. associate producer and
enough of anything" he deck -each day'i queen gets luck Party" and "Meet the H* Will hired oa "Quern for concentrate oa being the Carolyn! Parkinson, a native of Doing a radio program la William lasts, continuity,



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Tbo two MOM. .....is In the The patba citrus took to Florida tie viceroy of India, beaded. ofa named ..... Setting up to Pa The n roMa made ettraifeaalUe .
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v........ of toot orange evea tbouaanda of years 15M methods, eliminating for all ridge\ for rowing oranges, and
concentrate. Chance sometimes had a hand olumbua Is known to have time the old wayt old flour by 19M it became evident that
The hint changed UM geography The earliest reoordt term to liken citrus seeds along on his barrels and cast-off boxea the center of the citrus belt had
of citrus and tho second indicate that citron war t hI'I I second voyage to the New Florida citrus was beginningto shifted for good and that them
converted it turn a branch of nut to make the long trek d44o World in 14B3. and gardens of make an Impression in the after Polk County would be ,:acenter.
the ..U.'. ifrieuKw to a acroaa the mountains and doertf I 1/ citrus were established aa a result northern markets, and then .
glut tndnetry.Whiter from Asia by tortuous' in Haiti, but their intrOduction came the Y4-M freeae, changing The tenet-hit grace had come
Haven figured vitallyla camel carat an to Perna and urrenw I to Florida la generally credited the picture auddenly and back promisingly' more tree*
Mb event The Me tretM the Middle East I to the IpMUrda who viAe..,. were being planted than es.'rand ,
moved. the estrus belt from The citron was probably In 1k planted them la St. Augustine few statistic will serve packing houses were
north Florida to its! present I lo- troduced Into the Medtterrantan about IMS, and a little later to show lie impact springing up everywhere
...... tewing out from Win countries of Europe by the along the shores of Tampa Bay In 18M-B4 five million boxes throughout central Florida.By .
ter Riven. The first froeen concentrate Arabs followed by the bitter Ls.i.t'nutjJ The earliest Florida groves of citrus were marketed from the early l 20'i the first
wn developed her, orange, which seems to hue developed from these two Importations Florida In 1885." the total was canned citrus bad come into
end manufactured at the local reached Italy and Spain by the springing up along 147,000 boxes, and the next year the market grapefruit sec-
Bids Eye plant 12th or 13th Century the Indian and St. John'i River only 218,000 boxes. Not until Hone were first in 1922 Ind
s There ii a third factor IB the The sweet orange came right I Iwo; !M'v and close to the Gulf Coast, historical i 1902 did the crop go over a million by 1895 six million cases of
Florida citrus picture, but Winter behind it, though this was the records of the time reporting and it "was not until 1910-11 canned citrus were shipped out
Haven doeut figure la It, i delicacy of kings and priDee'l that there were oranges that it reached the five mil- of Florida.
unless somehow Christopher ; and Ita first growing around St. Augustine, lion total of IT years before. But neatly the Industry was
Columbus can be tied la with Europe was In the gardens of Daytona and Palatkt. vfc* fr*"*, ** wiped out the dependent on the fresh fruit
Central Avon It was be who the aristocracy: I The reason for the concentration IIOrtb"er; grovei, and w'he"n another marketEfforti
brought eltrui to the New By Isle John Baptiata Ferrari la these areas, of freeze hit in 1898 they to concoct a canned
World, although the Spanlardi of Rome bad done enough course, wii the availability of were abandoned for good. The orange Juice were failures it
are centrally credited with introducing research to write a book on water transportation. Central freeze also ended effort to develop didn't taste like orange Juice
It to Florida. i citrus -L Florida, which was to becomethe a marketable lemon, end the public turned thumbs
Citrus frulta go back Into !he The Crusaders had a hand In citrus belt was an un which had bad considerable down.( Research was done with
aged long before recorded hla- spreading the good word for mapped forest and the domain success before that time. processes to produce powdered
tory, though It la generally citrus, and It Wit soon after I, wf principally of Indians. The freeze, of course hit cen- citrus. But the result Wit less
agreed that they were native their return to Europe that orange a u,?,M The Industry grew rather ril Florida, but some trees than success.
to southeasters Aala with the blossoms became a desirable haphazardly until 187J, when survived and ai the northern '!Then in the season of 1943.44,
exception of grapefruit, which part of bridal coatumea THIS IS HOW CHANGES LOOK TO MOST SHOEIS------ -I new method of handling fruit groves were abandoned the industry Dr. L. G. MacDowell of the
probably came from Polyneala. Juan de Castro, the Portugu About 70 Pet Cent of tho Crop Coot Into Concenfroto were pioneered by a man was transplanted. (Continued on Page Seven)
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The 55-e"- 1f Winter Raven
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Organized in 1M, the company \ :: I
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Tracy Fruit Company.The ,
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boxes of fruit annually and t.
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Association operates a complete
grove caretakiog aervice
as nearly at possible on a cost
baiit. Special attention la given
to non-realdent mcmbera.
They are afiiliated with the
Florida Citrus Exchange who 7'x'
band!, the tale of fresh pack
aged fruit through their sales
organization, Staid-Sweet Sales,
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The organization ii also a
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Canners Cooperative of Lake I
Wales which furniibei outleta e' fly'r r
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K. S. Horton ia the general 4 A
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hiitory, tural! produtMt ta ttt ....... ......... Tbt gleamtaf. yaflow '" .... .,-.w.e,. wr ,. -. rr ngt -,
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Among Mutual'a many service .
Florida Citrus Mutual ha du '
played the banner "It it'i good In this area are a daily from a grapefruit base product. I"ft t'S r r'r
market bulletin, which gives Production mutt be followedby
tor the II'Owtr. let's do it. r ... "
beyond a complete summary of FOB sale, Mutual major role r
TIM record prove ; r'
U informing of where
and delivered in growers
tree ;
members of prices on
quettion that the which the demand Ilea fresh concentrate
..... ." Mutual benefited DOW 11500 from In number the ef the contain weekly added publication price detill aa lingleitrength, etc. 4
*m However, in moving the productto
... orfanliaoon well at general citrus news; ,
tort of the power
the consumer, Mutual baa
the daily releases to newspapers
grower
For eiample
played an Important part in
TV stations .ndMutu.l'
radio and ;
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all United i IS program -
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except which It carried each
State agricultural: product FIOrld1 CItN! Mutual has ham-
week by 30 citrus area atatioaa.
ettnu Florid :
: Florida laereeted their Mutual else develop price,I mend away constanth at the / :
grower! bare and marketing information on necenhy for more vital it!) In
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the campaign more reason
._:: the benefit have not foreign fruit.
of foreign milt why" copy and greater reachof
.- been confined solely to thtrower. On the aubject
:.:; ( On the contrary, because and the growing piyln attention to the U.S.exporters dtverilfied till menage combination through a of more media q ,
Florida does are
...: let a the fair price for grower nil product market, Florida Citrus Mutual Since It la the grower who
::- ha bat inverted more time, has been the Industry leader pays the advertising bill Mutual
attention and money In producing la the fight to preserve what continue to play i watch dog
.:: in Increasingly better man tariff protection: American in the consumer advertising ,
"":. product, This, in turn, lies benefit growers now have against low field
the hipper (or the pro- coat Import Mutual bat filed With fruit prices at a high
tenor), because be has a bet. intensive briefs in Washington level, fruit staling baa become
and bigger bu.In.... Mutual foresaw ..
ter product to take to the market on the subject, Rutledgt ..
place Finally, the eowumcr has given periuailvt, factual this development, and was FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL IS RUN IT A IOARD MADE UP OP CITRUS LEADIRS OP FLORIDA
verbal testimony to the nation' ready to meet the challenge
benefited finding
...... has citrus products by the mar superior lawmakers I when the ISO.M aeaaon opened. Fronf row, from Itftt Tom 0. Brown Froitproof; Fred H Adkln. Ryali, Fort 0y dent Albert Carlton Wauehula; Herbert S. Manay Daaa
Product research it another More than 60 sheriffs deputies ion, Minneolt: A. B. Michael, Wabaiio; James C. Morton, Auburndalet, Cityi L W Tllden, Winter Garden; J. R. Gravel, Yero Beech; Chatter
Of aU Florida Citrus Mutual'a area where Mutual bar acted have been organized Into an President W. Max Agree, Jr., Deland; Charles C Partin, Kinimmee: I J. Karat Orlando: Ltdley H. Wear, Lakeland; Robert J. Barbed Avon
many activities In thli (row ai a stimulant to Industry thinking alert, fait moving force designed end Vernon L. Connor, Mount Dora; back row, Henry A. Prlne, Bradon. Park; W.1 R, McMullen, lamp..
er to consumer chain the principal An example of Die orginl- to prevent fruit stealing ton) W Elton Clemmoni, Citrat, B, F. Wheeler, Jr., OvIedo; H. D.
ont U market informa iaUon'1 interest in research la and equally ready to apprehendthe
tion. Thli Lye Department till powdered grapefruit Juice criminals who have committd to guard Iii member against ii continually available by phone terms Each of them U a grower I do Intensive work In highly ipo-: The cardinal point in that
that moat completely which will be consumer tested thefti. Already, this season, surprise change In the weath. to III members and among them they represent dallied field direction continue to be the
the goal of Robert. relllCtal. on a limited bull In Wed G., more than 100 arrests have been er. IU headquarters buildingin Florida Citrus Mutual governed the liven citrus districts They provide the overall direction goal of making Florida Citrus
executive vlettfcealdent, of Mutual I many this iprlng Mutual baa : made.In Lakeland li tied In with by a 31-man Board of of the .t.tl. They serve without which If Implementedby Mutual member the belt la-
: that It* its ben: shall even put the results of product II addition to guarding all Florida Weather Stations. Director whose member are pay and they serve on Executive Vice President formed agricultural producer
be the belt WwmAd.... agricul. development to use In lu own against theft Mutual attempt Complete weather information elected each year for one year many Mutual committees which Robert W. Rutledge. in the world.



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i tat .. operation hit rented picking Adjustments are made inrenti\e for workers to stay pickers run M to $12 per day picker" may work a fall I peak. t
rk+ upward to comptniiite for ad with them bul this 'u not a gen and the average worker will seven-day week.Earnkigs I. The average weekly caning
tcty flMl, every gadget, and I I. approximately 1
Verne picking coadltlon .rlll l practice Some pay in cash put in four to flue days each ,hate. been shown industrywide
; ever bright Mi that hundreds Worker are usually paid and tome by check Social ae week for the season Hi average I high II use per week or II'' tao per week sad tie seasonal
lit remrchers have produced r each week Some emplo>erii curtly la deducted Ind paid by day ia from ae\eti to nine. sIs per day average for the en average i* round $lt1 ..
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be tried very herd to salve IL
But that but 10 The best "

brains been putting tathereiearrhfifUhive their heard and GLEN SAINT MARY
seals into till development of
very kind of gadget that took
promising but that little business :: (
between the orange and Its
tree lies resisted them quite
successfully ao far, and no so ; i
futon to the problem ia Insight

1 Meanwhile the harvesting of NURSERIES COMPANY'
II Citrus requires a huge army of Lt ; t
workers, a practiced group who
I, Can't be replaced dl tlk ,
. It takes six to eight weeks to
train a picker and it's usuallythe
second season before he
reaches his highest performance

level Too, picking fruit Is one of the The next few years will tell the tale Can the Florida Citrus

hardest jobs there Is The phvv

teal as for requirements the most rigorous are as sport high Industry overcome the effects of the worst freeze in its history?
and the worker must be In top
psyskal condition.!
There Is a good! deal more
to the job than catches the eve PICKING CITRUS IS AN ART
as one drives past a grove alive It Takes Good Legs, Rugged Shoulders I :
with pickers on ladders prop. WE KNOW IT CAN!

, pad' against the trees.
, ; Simply separating the fruit
i i from the branch takes a knack

that isn't learned overnight BUT When re-stock and replant must be sureof
,I The fruit must be snapped with you you
: a rolling motion, pressure applied

the stem at Just to the Insure right a angle clean to getting only the best trees and you can be sure of Glen trees.With .

break so that the fruit will be

Undamaged.Sometimes clippers are used, proper planting and care every Glen tree is guaranteed
when the condition of the fruit
is such that It cannot be handpicked pcf
without damage, but make a satisfactory normal growth.
most of the crop ii separated '.
from the tree by the old tried. .
and-true method. N
: A fruit picker works from i
straight ladder standing upright .
against the tree Ladders range ster WE ARE SATISFIED ONLY
: from U feet ia height to a 40-
foot maximum.
Fruit 1s gathered In canvass
bags with bottoms
picking open

folded fastened up to from the rim the bottom of the big and When the grower has obtained a 100 percent stand of heal hy

Whoa full the bag la emptied
Into the containers en the trees. ,
ground, the bottom is released
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aDd fruit emptied Into the field
I boxes, metal basket or trailers. j
:: |Tbe unit measure Is the field
; box holding approximately one AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK BLDO. WINTER HAVEN, 'LA.

and four.fifths bushel .
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: A picker must have I strong j! '. -
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= dexterity la Decenary It
takes food vision and plenty of ,1
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: stand quick weather INTO THE BOXES FROM PICKER'S BAG I .L '.
well to pick in either very Wlth'l I From the Citrus Belt, Over '100 Million Boxes ;
or cold weather, |
: A picker must ant be subjects, true if ft start raining. worker again necessary In
to dirtiness at heights, and hey Windy weather Increases the I early April.
:. must be strong enough to lift huard of filling or being blown I The work force Is composedof
and carry from the shoulders from a tree Cold weather slows about IS per cent local
weights up to 90 pounds He tan work is hands become numb year-around residents and U 01
cot be allergic to sprays or insecticides from handling cold fruit. Hot I per cent migratory labor. One L
used In the groves. weather slows the worker who group call Florida home but
Workers picking fruit for mutt watch out for beat exhaustion. migrates In June up the entersseaboird
fresh fruit markets are sometimes -I I states and others, J\ ,
required to spot.pick fruit There are three seasonalpesks : harvesting fruits and vegetables
according to size, color sad de- : before Christmas for the returning home In November
tree of rlpenris Color is de. holiday rush: January and February I Others are designated
termined visually, and for sites : for the mid.leison crop; : aa "free ",heeler." and com
selection, rings are used to determine .,sad in April and May for the here for the season from IS
minimum and maximum \ Vslenrla crop though this la other states.Pickers .
sires allowed. Many experienced I if slightly smaller proportions are paid on a piece- ,
pickers can judge j I than the two first pesks. rate bails of field box unit If
proper sites and resort to the For the main season, employment pickers are paid by weight lie _
rings only occasionally to check I starts In October and la- unit i* the aame-M pounds for r
their judgment Teases: steadily until Dec 15 oranges, U for grapefruit M
Weather factors greatly effect t hen decreases for two or three 'I Tangerines\! are not picked by
: the work.Pickers must wait until ,reek following Christmas weight The current minimum d"a I Iroe
the dew dries before stifling Then( there i I. a sharp increase rates are 11 cents for grapefruit
work or they become drenchedIn t to the md'lesson peak ..noUlI"lecllle. and 18 for oranges These
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wf.t Cis1M.rstai C M eo lVi be happily Yi'" reedy lot the pest ropittiimi .iptenmi ready to sufffy mere people
fMkw ils.et hose .M..N dINt prv&u> iM ird ...... dim ,[*m* fkHWn bid work sand .......M. You ant d&Feau oil kl9cJ IWa :o Florida
b. die wedd I and sou in. tbauefq siatie ItJkIpm, to keep its. whole stoat ., FTiwldr bnomasg Your pat:
; J.I'i"CIf: lw Wpe. fats why, i a.talwafltM CAftx+ara Ia oa gii umicf way, ..'"f II* to prerfkt a I Imahtff,
( rrc.tif" pewad of jw.r pall progro.d ..*... of the role "'" played .te It sad proud' a* always.
: : : ,viol' err ,w vw io br g ,ir (,yor tw''rs' a (htiiai Stfef OffiM JIO Lal \tf!.< ward Bo.'U trd. N. W. WitterI H.m"u. .
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of carnival wWea baa I how baa bees beadle .... bin and the show whenever
ti. The sealer Ilrates ergaelv.d a ITOWBto mteniaad with highly reapoeted a* a Jut and! "We cant ew
} An old QtMk saying, lean.ad way tt the. Florida Cttmpetition the carnival .t Bath, N. Y. be one of the largest in t many caw rides aad anvae.Bent fair dladpllaarlan by the per- meat and move our slew effectively poe bIe wWeh' .ay ako ae*
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tWiM' Yb father, to OM of baud bit life on in 121 and remained 1U bead the country, doing a grow t features, taebjdtaf a Ml,, aaaMl and by carnival men without a sober law- eooat for much of the borne
Stratei, 8r th.ttime bumeia of over $1.500,000 inninllv t wo merry-go-iwud end like atmosphere utrrenaalM
the guiding principle In the "Help until :iiii death la IBM By a new everywhere. abiding crew.
r the' ancient maxim your and traveling on a nearI I 115,000 kiddie-ride, and M-MartM, WM the opera GII and the HtHatandarde
life and career of F, James the up-you the on had had I number the In this ha practice the maxJura Stratea, an
friends on way of at experience ananting ly mile long: special railroad strain equipment baa been repainted which guided the Use of educated in a military school ..a1ata1M4Mr. tinder
Strain, the c )'nanur n eRr will nerd them on finds,the show way hn years father and just naturally one of( the largest in the I ind redecorated. hie father In 35 year of "ihow and at the Univeratty of lyracuae ...' ..........
old president and f I'nrl.1i manager > of 'the.iHil rilprt M I'' '"3 ) ,'mha+ ,paid oU weU onthtr I of directang the fortunes Under the aon'a direction, the I wrsoni, the show operate ..- val operate with almoet complete and their three abUdrM.Suaan open from 10 am. to 10 pjn.
snow* wnicn tormt int mia prtneIple.ylewing> let l dI.d pUnt of abmet-mUi- absence of any "rough 1, Jimmy. Jr., 4 **. each day (ewwt Sunday) mug
:Cry precision, but Stratea. la element" for aay Strata, Susanne I month, travel wMh Ing the Eicpoaitten.
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your crop is to deal only with Home CY 3-5235 .

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.T uf sf s View Miles Of Groves At Citrus Tower Ir IrD.

>. nwrldi Citrus Tower InCletmonVT I decks, two open.air and ot grovei In Central! Florida, I '
believed to be the one encloied It stands In maJeiUc On July 14, 18M, the dream
hlgieijToKaervatlon>> point In the grandeur ai a symbol of was brought to realtly by A. WThacktr '
itate where citrus can be view the Imagination and progress of a Clermont redden, WUJIM L r ,
ed.ObJJjUjSO tulles away cm Central Florida !and F I, Toole, of rittaburf.Pa. ,
be ieennwm the tower. For many yean prior to its I The two men signed 240 '
Tb* tower, built of 8,000,000 construction, residents and 'isi. I Mockholderi In 22 atatea and
poupdi of concrete and 149,000 lore it Clermont had envisioned Canada who ventured their fi<
pound of reinforcing steel, a vanlije point where vlaitori I asocial iupport in the new FlorIda ninthly supports the three could see the beautiful expanse attraction.I "
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Labontori, k e ... u la too little. 8* also
IB meeting the demand of years el Ha existence. K wu 1 _'". But, H was not until Company
I nueofMfcl Ie owing .M Hw. Individual! grower nay* _
faced with lack of awl been prove I.
tit* Florida dtnii industry m money 1M that scientists at the star
but It fIDe sad tombnlin. prioa lr fcrtlllier relative. ,
both to atoll and national support today II a :,Una. through experiments! atalete' f0t
example of cooperation on the to wharf gMK It selling fee.FertilbJor .
I dandruff.
level, tile Florid Citrui Ex- toad .any link between the
pert of many people. Charartertl' of volatile an a big fio4 ef ,
Station made several -I
pertinent oematode and the disease I 4
I The staff la headed by Dr. I
Important advancement beet In Ota naearca throughout the cltni
flavor for ups *
Herman J. Reiti, horUcutturIsttneharge Since that time, a team of orange
year, the mOlt notable being who joined the research scientists under Or I ciiru.i juices are being. studied industry. Grower are always
the. completion of the cit-
new find fntiliter which
to a
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station la beltsOut
Wolford. Recoveryof
rui pulp feeder niU. I Harry Ford has been expert I, h) Richard
The purpose of the mill I of the 15/ staff members, militia, and researching to develop the eaawce ia deaand. to da.termme suits their purpose a WU, bet.
which was started In 1MO. is tt are employed by till University a citrus rootstock resistant the beat UM II sew K her. ;; '
to study pesticide residues of Florida XxtoMkwService. I nld So far, lifnfiM = a *
to decline I products :
which have been applied to \ U by the Florida Citrus spreading i "
three the to Dr Wolford, TO componaat
citrus at a remit of spraying. Commission by Recently Dr. Ford annoumoij
With the uncovering at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, that three such rootstock are,, ha a boon discovered.A kind an MIll'EI"
possibilities of this residue! being and two are researching under scheduled to be released within number of new citrus byproducts pan their ...
fed to cattle In the form private grants. have bee developed fedet Ii....
a few months on a limited
The Station carries on continuous
of citrus pulp and then on to OvtMea is I
buman consumption through research Into nearly .U bails I I recently XmphuU baa been .I & .
wen Munera ana
ruat1 mitia
milk and beef the Citrus Station of the problems of citrus All He also laid a* li well Into placed on their I con,.r_
with support of other cit solution ia wired in one problem a five-year project to develop for use In medicine, fooddys. which bar reeetj> b-
rut crginlntloni and private a new one la uncovered!, ewe popular IB man 7letldsgreeds .
a biological barrier against the fill orin I, and many oilierproducts.
firms, presented their case to many of them are very closely But the aeW".Jprl",
Dr. James Kesteraonla
feared disease, which Infects
the atate legislature and requested related. which wu developed J J1J tPers.:.
funds to investigate the One of Die, newest research feeder roots of citrus j one of the station staff membrra -
aituation. I Items outside the feeder mill I The effect of tree freezing working ia Oils field of many from organic phoipht
The legislature appropriated Is the development of a new and mechanical fruit harvesting cv searchIXvntial compounds, baa the aim maw -
$20.000 for the project but from way to determine the taste of drawback 11 IU Pft4IQ .1I
the first that amount seemed citrus fruiU. The old method device are being researched lye to the growing or! sat, Halathloa. They sroboi
too small. But, with war with a panel of taste ex. under the, direction of Dr. r utmi fruit, and indeed, aajpioductlv deadly poisonou. ;:::
cooperation of several th'l perti, but today, through work'J H. Henderihott Pierre Jutraa crop, |I. fertlRtet. Then an many other'ptll, ,,
: and Glenn Coppock also head AI the lotion a group underDr II of research being earned ee ,
up
1\1ft Stewart are research- at the station. Many or tottO
I Ie group, of studies en mechan.I Ileal inn to determine the best f.rIlIlIn have been going on for many'
harvest and work closely i!> and the best method of years, yet other barely 't*>" *
with Dr Henderihoit I application. them ice scratched i;: *'* f
I'' Limonene extracts are being L + .h A complete study I I. gives to But, ai each year gnee2b" ..
studied chemically by Dr. W. F. LAKE ALFRED EXPERIMENT Sf;VrJ LAIO.UO.Y' I both organic and inorganic and a raw problem. .W but "

NewhalL Reteerch Inn Citrus rrobl'','/'\ |h F1ltend 1 lore fertlllieri. .tat.'* tnutti-bllllon dollar 'isbatty j
A search war recently In pro,. At a recent meeting of citrus ariasa, the Florida Gtrui ;
rest for extract which may be lean competitive with. lower-'I nets. I I compound from Umoaan. mad 1 1I growara held at the Station Dr Station at Lake Alfred!It *
Vied la medicine and per. Stewart told the group that ton reedy with I team of ,uUfl4 ;
priced oils and petroleum prod-1 Dr. NewhaU I'IC-ut 1'14 .I Ills Al"flt1oaath tt* V'pjoha) I
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tationi and the eitrua Industry being done at the, station yours
In general the feeder mill taste Is being determined by t'' hr Y' 1
war completed late In 1963 and Instrumental analysis.
was dedicated earlier this year. Fresh fruit physiology la soother .
To help the station to build Important new field of research
the mm within the budget, a and methods are being the
stainless steel boiler was donated developed to control the color asking
by Minute Maid and 4- of the rind and of the Insideof
000 by Florida Citrus Mutual the fruit Itad!.
The mill II located In Ita own Dr. Max Vines, In conjunctionwith
aluminum building at the rear Dr. M. F. Oberbacher A. A ..atasFOUNDED
of the station. Citrus peel Is has been working on the problema
brought In by the truck load of fresh fruit physiology, 1914
and la fed Into a hopper atone end has had successful breakthroughs .
end of the mill. Then in methods to preserve .
through I aeries of chutes and the quality of the fruit
ramps, and worm and mesh over a longer period of time I Co-operatives were formed because of the crying need of the Florida --- ..
gears, peel la ground Into powder One of the more serious problems
mill and pulp from which being \undertakenn at the'

tesU close can microscopic be:made and, chemical ology.station Ways Is research to control in entom.mite citrus grower for a strong unit 1, central clearing house for his fruit-an

Although the purpose of build- rust, and other zoological dlsesses -
tag this unit to begin with was of citrus trees are Included .
establishment that could handle his from to
packing.
to study pesticide residue the In this vast phase of re problems planting ,
facility will open fields Into new search.: :
product of citrus peel and The burrowing nematode Is a toohave
seeds microscopic eelworm about processing and merchandising. Vverly Growers Cooperative is proud i
With 65 fun-time professional lHh of an Inch long, and la
staff members the Florida Citrus responsible for a citrus tree dta. ,

concentration Station boasts of workers the largest In the I ease cline. known aa spreading de pioneered the plan that has proved invaluable through the years. c'

problems of citrus In the world. I'' The first case of spreading
The station, located about a decline, the most dreaded of all "
mile east of Lake Alfred on diseases to attack citrus trees Our service to our growers, fc$ exemplified by our motto !' i

Highway 17-tt was established was discovered In a grove near
in 1.1T. Through the first few I Winter Haven In the early ,


I Frozen Concentrate Development "To Put Cooperation Into

(Continued From Page Two) minion gallon, by 1855.31-20
Florida Citrus Commission and I years after It first went on the
Dr. A. L. SUM of the Florida
market production was Tl Not
Experiment Station came up Actual Practice
with something that appearedto I million gallons and i la 1M143
have possibilities.. This formula It exceeded 11* million gallons, ;
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was turned ever to Bird and accounted for something J
Eye Division plant In Winter like TO per cent of an the oraages Talk About It" :
Haven for a teat run. The re- I grown la Florida. Merely :
suits looked good and that Orange production! hit SO million .

was more important Gated not boxes in 1M4-47. the first .,\ I. t f .
only good but like orange Juice year that foxes orange concentrate
The following sason, 1H+4S. weat en the market
the first commercial test of I Ia substantial onanltle. la1MI42 we believe the secret of our* success il :

froien orange concentrate Wit tt Had reached W f 'r
made, .In the Peoples Drug I lion boxe and would have I
Company chain of soda fountains UO mlHIon the following l ,.11-1 II
in Washington/ D.C. except for the Dec U-U, I
Fifty thousand gallons of tea ,,"Ie. I
central was manufactured and The groves an exported to'' : : i II I
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sold over the drag stares' counter recover with*i *> ..*..t three toe
*, the customer smacked year to the point where WAVERLYGrowers iI
their lip and tame back for orange product may start I
more. I settiag new recerd gta..
The rest b history From the I Then are those who worry i
first nationwide commercial about ever-production that
marketing In IMS*, win the I Florid wiO evratvsBy produce
fined State Department' ef mere citrus that the market
Agriculture first carried a gas cal stand
category a* IU "Agricwttaral I'I Bet va the twtaOerf preductkw '
Statistic labeled "froaca er> of lilt year and the Cooperative 1
aag concentrate- and recording arrest season have act site i
production ef "..1 ntBM I tome tines to tarestentng FVa
gallons," then baa bee* nothing rid*'* poartMO. as the worVt'l
like ft to tgricuhnral history .1'greatest Urn pnd cing are*.
or Industrial ....,. Inc "IlL steer eempoeer II
thai Matter with the passable trailinf *, st Loa a* nikoo WAVfirU-Y, FLORIDA !
eieeptieii ef the Model T bon itt *r>>4 fuo*) pee this 1
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The Florida Claw Commission
It DM at taw largest or.

jffanuationa in the world de- kxV ;
[toted to tae business of uut--
Ing an appetite lor citrus and
citrus product
The commission wait' ereated V
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industry Price ltewere\ exceptionally -
low and the loosely\ .
knit industry had nothing for
responding to grade Inspection
requirements or standardization
of grades, parks or containers
Citrus leaden evenlualh'
turned to the Legislature ban
effort to obtain a program
that would inure q
high itandardi S
of quality promotions to vk't'
stimulate demand and research .'
that would develop new and H
better citrus products. The
result was the adoption of an '
: act that bas become known at rte"""". -- 14 r y
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the Citrus Cod and creation I
of the Citrus Commission I

Principal purpose of the commission _
is to "protect the health
and welfare and to stibi.lie:
and protect the citrus industryof tW
the state."
Laws governing the industry I.
art passed by the State 15:1: ,
lature and appear as part of L
the Citrus Code. Laws adopted b
by the official commission body
are referred to as regulations
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and are enacted pursuant to __
the Citrus Code.
The commission conslsti of
12 citrus growers representative .
of the citrus Industry and
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ft I' two:year'term Six'ui the CITRUS COMMISSION GETS A REPORT HEADQUARTERS 0* THI FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION IN LAKELAND
members are appointed each I S a General Manager Homer_Hooks It Speaking :The Mvttry f It Guided, In Rough Time and Smoerh, ly Mil Wke Know Clans ... -Cltrnime I
year Seven members, one appointed .'
ed for advertising and met
from each of the state'i
seven citrus districts, are designated chindistng activities Present
as grower members and laws provide that up to 11 per
shall be engaged primarily In cent of the Income may be
the growing of citrus The remaining for
expended product research,
five are designated at
It'Ower-blJldler., with the stipulation : up to five per cent for eco
that two of this group nomic and marketing research,
be engaged In the fresh fruit and up to three per cent for
shipping business and the oth the handling of Industry transportation
er three In the processing of problems.The .
citrus fruit*. One of the grow
handlers If named from the commission If best known
seventh citrus district, while the In research fields for the development .
other four are appointed from of the process for
tae state'at-large No two of the production of frozen concentrated
then It'Ower.handlera can come
orange Juice a process
from the same citrus district I
Lifted among the Commls- i iIoD's that has been patented
various powers are those and assigned by the commission
10 establish standards, to pro- to the United States Department ,wk hts
!''nulgate rules and regulations s a ;
of
Agriculture as I
,to conduct or contract for research a ;
and to plan and conduct public service patent s : ri t !
campaigns for commodity Almost one-half of the com
advertising publicity and sales mlsiion's approximate 140 employees
promotion of citrus.The are merchandising representatives .
operations of the commission .
stationed -
throughout
are financed by an excise
tax on each box of citrus the United States and Can
fruit. This tax presently amounts ada. The commission also hat
to nine cents per box on round one merchandising representative .
ranges, six centi per box on In western Europe. Head
grapefruit, and five cents per quarters are maintained In
box on tangerines, Temple oranges Lakeland where the commission
and tangelos A majority generally meet once I
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No tir. OJ it net Just in advertising gimmick. O.J. {is everywhere! sable kids are starting to say (It Teen

It is also a merchandising gimmick, a promotional gimmick gen, too Mothers are writing it on shopping hits. Dads are

-even a packaging gimmick. ord.ring it at lunch counters. "Oh Jay I" light) happy,

EXPOSITION Now, according to Webster, a gimmick( U ". an ingenious friendly, and extremely catchy. ,

device or scheme for attaining an end. Why deny it? It's delightfully and profitably here Jo stay. :..:

The end we're aiming for is $$$, for th. citrus industry 'Kind of fun at that-like.'lhe'juice. itself A bright and bubbly ".

The device is OJ., which means Florida orange juice. beverage, so dam delicjois'to. drink-r-eny lime. any place,

And the scheme? Aha! Even now it's begining to work. with anybody, with anythfng With pretzels, popcorn,or.. .. :

OJ. is giving fresh-frozen Honda orange juice an unmistakable baloney sandwich With, game pinochle. or a TV show. i :

identity ell its own, for the first time In history. In Confess now-haven'ftf ou started to say O.J. yourself' : .

magazine ads and TV commercials. On a batch of available Just goes to show-yoii'can'l get away jrera OJ.te ;. :

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I Ben Hill Griffin Divides Time Between Enterprises And Politics [1>1



K' Hill be deeertbed M -rattier tile this New York rgantialaMihowed ameeee deeeelbe him a. I Mutual tervteg on tfferal .**..
.d Ml that ass mo, eon of a prominent cat e.ueatesMag es recent
"Wmat make* t man, eye- iMponalbllity., a eptlmiil e" tor tile future understanding of the 'good of tracker boy", wourf mitten U aetlv to the Ftor.
affair must bv good lawmaking Polk County figure, got BMW, AD. Hamilton report no
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bet deep la Florid cttnii, our faellltlw. with reapoalinle .late tite. citrus builaeaa the "big crop" yean that varyoa and. rcommedationa the Florida iltuatlon-actually It up the interview by pig Ida Flush Citrus Shipper A*
Ktoiimt IB the cattle indaiy *- managing and tI- .bard way-hl first Job was In la predicting on was outilde ita domain," be ,the Florid eltru toduatry, aa aocUtion and tko Florida Can. I
< an active participant in mm affair," he awwered a Froetproof packing house for Allied what be a*w for the operation af the Florida Cltru **id. a whole, has a "very bright Allocation, a member ot '
Ml church' affair, iiitomoMItdtaJtr jetting electedme II erato an hour. Then his father Florida citrut Industry In the ComalMion, which costa the The common, levelheaded furture, but added "inevitably sera .
County
large stockholder la I "When member Polk of the state'slawmaking gave him 10 acre of grove next decade, Bm Mill was grower. |111,_. .be termed it people in the industry should there will be some rough spots the board of trustees of liar.Ida
Hit tnauranca company, Inter- a body In Tallahaeiae. land-end now all the Ben Hill emphatic: "we will have an a "cBinprehenilvn. study of themaoagement go on the bill of the experience ahead, but for the 'long haul' Presbyterian College: t
sated In tilt banking butlne, considered It the greatest boo Griffin Mterpriae employ about Important trash. fruit outlet, we and operation of of the pest, and the I have been and am today .x- deacon In hit home-town ?rapshvteran
and In r member of
t tortlliier manufacturer could ever be given I," persons at the peak of have had concentrate for along the Florida Citrus Commission leaiona it gave, and not neceilly tremely optimise church a
dairy supplier, and with many or that voter of Polk County the citrus ....on. time but we now needto which pointed out the basic ea. a scientific! report We'v* IB addition to bring a dl the Masonic order and a Shrin
other time consuming talk, me-the the chance to nerve Ben Hill war an original mem broaden it* bate to take In needs such a* a better organ. got the know bow down here ..ndWI'y. rector and former president of er. and of the Elk. And r**.
want to get 'mewed up' I In five them, me Instead of my living her of the permanent board of new form and product, and tattlers eetup and more adver done fairly well w far," the Florida Cattlemen Association 'I tenth he wan' elected a director
paUtkiT Polk County the opportunity of director of Florida Citrus Mu move more citrus Into the bev. tiaJa,. But la a lot of other be added. Griffin (Is a put dt I of the \\'lnn-D1I11 chain
wn Tits aiked encompaeita of Ben HIU uUen Griffin, having me In the lagialature" tual, which he has whole heartdly rage field." thlagi (covered In tile report) Griffin, who it gratified when rector and current member of store O lantlt IDa.
down through -------
and outepokea, Ben supported
Jr. of Frostproof, now *.tltlrtprelNtatlvt Frank
and .. Hill, 93 year old, la a nativeof year He was one of the II
lest Lake section Bear men named directors when the
tate senate< the Tiger
while Polk County he wu In town the other Fort Meide, and alnce be was super.cooperative, in it* organ WE WELCOME
dy to help out-of all fix year old has Uved InFrostproof. isational days. ran into a anag. OUR VISITORS TO
over pertonalitle and it we.derided
thlnc -t the local United Fund
He I married to the former to replace the temporary -
drive. *
group, with the governor THE 1964 FLORIDA
Pearce
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Laura France
And the gnawer wu simple prom and two U S senators
inent In Polk County civic at-
and to the point: man from
each naming one
be food fairs, and they have five children
"Every man, to a the district
each of oven CITRUS
EXPOSITION
cltlien of hit home town, his one ion and four daugh With all nil enterprises bated .
county, date and the United ten, all married except 'I primarily on the welfare of the
States, should have a sense of diughtir 1 Florida citrus Industry BenTALKING

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CITRUS-B.n Hill Griffin Jr., canter, of Froitproof, one of the citrus In. I A
duitry't outttanding leaden, with a large proceitlng plant and roves, U discussing bud.
neif with two other eltruimen, S. J. Tilden, left, and Herb Apple.W. .
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G. Roe Co. Was Formed 1923 "IF IT'S GOOD FOR THE GROWER

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On* of the ..'. oldest Independent pay was actually formed In the business which Ui family i.
citrus merchandtitnl 1(23. Roe purchased grove at hn operated for two generation LET'S DO IT !
organliaUoni, W. G. Roe well ai grove land a* be bas Roe pointed out that the .
Company, was darted by W. gi* to expand hla operation entire fruH picture hit changed ,. 0 0 ,.: ; I !
p, Rot one of the Urn tofcict The grove located at the corner In the pad ' and ihlp a million boxes of Av*, T and First &t., were over" 300 fresh fruit packing I : < ply,
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let fruit in one season. NW, in Florence Villa was the plants In 1011. Today that ,
I A naive of New York W. tint grow owned by till com- number has dwindled to lens .I. C. J ,0 :
JJ. Rot came to Winter Haven pony, Other holding now rang than half at many o l ', _
u 1110 to work at a foreman all over Polk and other Florida "With the canning Induitry '
fcir the Winter Haven Exchange counties, 1 taking the greater share of the 0
later he began to buy and W. 0. Roe Company employs fruit grown, fresh fruit has be. ,
.fit fruit on his own. HI first over JOG persons at the peak com secondary," Roe said
Jffice wu In hit horn at 131 of the fruit aeawi. I "But we feel It li enentlal II o
A, SW. The company U now operatedby and that It will continue to bean "
present fruit packing Wlllard Roe and hla broth.er Important part of the citrus ) '-
{Eve. on Av. R, SW, was Fred. In commenting on industry."

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!!Jf: Department Of Agriculture Scientists Have Many Research Projects Under Way Here \


UN 38 scientist at fee U.I S. -' ''
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fntt. ad Vegetable Labor
tor .here have to many pro
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to fedde where to ittrt dotcriMs n \ Yj h
their work r { t
The, are working with a.u. k '{
.. of flight mm spectra :
motor" In IB .!tort to find out ,:
whet given oranges their list. 1
10 Binlmnm. flavor cm be ..- ry
wed every tint*. x } "4
I They art busy perfecting
,J foam-mat drying a methodof w.

producing powdered orange 4,,1 1 ,. P IaN+1
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They are trying to take the
bitterness out of grapefruit,
and ire working on powdered .
grapefruit
They are acing a puffing gun
to product puffed celery like
puffed wbeat and puffed rice eL
And in their spare time they '
prepare slide shows and sound )
movies which Dr. il K. Vild-
bull, head of the laboratory,
s ahows to intereited persons l 1 6
Perhaps the belt way to tart
li to explain Just what the lab
is

It ii a branch of the sDA
and li associated with the New
Orleans laboratory, one ot the
four large ones the USDA has
The Winter Haven laboratory
was established in 1931 and
its main concern is changing DIRECTOR OF USDA LAB CATCHING JUICE START OF FOAM MAT PROCESS FOR DRYING ORANGE JUICE
commodities from the original Dr. Yeldhuu' Juice Cornea Out in Stick I Experimenting et U.S. Department of Agriculture Laboratory Here ,
form into some other form.
In the early days accordingto tool In one of its biggest pro} /Hive oranges their flavor" Dr. I "We started with 10 tons of hydrated soups Just add water I The powdered Juice, as well I
Dr .Veldhuis, the lab worked ects. ,I Vohlhuif explained, "we can celery to recover just a few and you have Instant celery ; as powdered orange juice, la I .
closely with the citrus industry This project involving three make lure these compoundsare drops of the flavor compound Besides working on bitterness made on a foam.mat machln
especially the canning plants chemists, deal with the flavorof always present We can INSTANT ORANGE JUICE, ANYONE I
In the USDA scientists ,
Later grapefruit
the
then standardize flavor and same researcher got Although there lion. commer
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and processors. fruit I Foam-Mat Product t* Be Tilt Marketed
"We hive had our tips and "To get good flavor la citrus maximize flavor. And we cia more flavor from 10 boxes thai are running a market survey dal lo.m.mlt operation la Call-
downs with the Industry" OrVeldhuis ," Dr. Veldhuis explains. [ eliminate compounds giving from the original tons* I in West Germany on pow forla, the process Is still mainly oft the end of the conveyor belt I lists ran make muck of the
relates 'We used to I "you have to have peel oil bad fllvor," I What Is responsible for dered grapefruit juice. experimental they are crushed and canned equipment they use.

work mainly with the industry I The spectrometer helps us examine The spectrograph Is scientists Just one I' "The Important thing Is know.I I They will give the powdered To make the powdered juice a nd ready for use. When you There are nine labs, eight I
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en their day-to-day problems, peel oil to determine of the many ways lag what it is, what product sway In return for an- with the foam.mat process the P ut the powder In cold water temperature rooms, a microfilm -
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dealing _11'11.1I._."L When we snow ,I ewer to rich gnntieru sa' Is Iliifl-a !_ fil-aft reduced' IA m w VAN.centrated a nd stir for about A" _mlntit..__._*, .Htisti 'W'_ .__m sad .>. .Ilk._..".. ..... _.....".
: this, then we can recover the it too much trouble to silo Is gorse, removing as just lake canned oringe a. the usual offices and ttor
ij I this a good way to market this much water is possible by eon*
s+ Juice' He rooms and there It no trouble
compound, Dr. Veldhuls answers
e How does It taste and, Would ventional means.Then .
The present fo.m.m.t dryer keeping them IB use,
you buy It? It Is whipped Into I very
i Speaking of celery, the scientists There were two reasons for tiff foam, and put In the machine was also given to the USDA lab 'The flavor compound of or.'
,' at the Winter Haven lab choosing West Germany for the where It Is dispensed It by the Citrus Commission, Another angel (Is very complicated,"
n came up with the idea of using product evaluation First, the eight,Inch strips on a conveyor dryer of a different type Dr. Veldhuli says "but we will
a puffing gun, similar to Europeans are not opposed to belt. The belt goes through for further experiments la on *
that used for puffed wheat and grapefruit like Americans seem seven units which force heated order get It one day
rice, to make puffed celery. to be. Second It la I natural air over the foam and dry The building Is equipped with And If the record of the put
e'o 1.11th4 According to Dr. Veldhuls to ship since It Is light weight It out both woodworking and metalworking S3 years holds true, It won't belong
this will be very useful in d. and requires no refrigeration. After the dried lUckl come shops where the scien I too '

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PUFFING GUN GIVES CELERY A NEW LOOK
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now they have their own what la required to make it nave of inviaugaung the venous .
means of doing this and we taste good"Basically products they work with. 'J \ ,r> '1"

can concentrate more on long- the machine works I "This la Just one more tool IB I -" ."
range research." by taking one molecule and taking these things apart," Dr.
The lab was moved from its smashing It against the end of I II Veld hull say*. ", .'
original building on Third St. the machine ao that it breaks I In spite ot ad their work,
to spacious new quarters st 600 I, up into many pieces. record I they still kaven't found out In the Citrus Industry, you can be sure of.one thing each new season will '
Ave S, NW, five years ago Sensitive instruments I what compound Is responsiblefor
"We have worked bard the the pattern of these pieces, I the flavor In oranges, But r < p,... I I
past year trying to find capable I which is always the same forgiven they had much better luck with
aclentistf to augment the | I substance The machine celery. bring its surprises. For instance, you can begin a season aced with a record.I .
staff," Dr. Veldhuis said. I Is extremely fast, smiah- "There are about 60 com ;,
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The "time of flight mass sag 10,000 molecule per second 'I pounds that are responsible for ,'t
spectrometer," which was given giving an almost continuous the flavor of celery but only ''
to the USDA by the Citrus picture sis are very important Dr. breaking crop to be distributed as advantagoously'aspossible-and- overnight
I Commission, I It the principal "u we know what compounds Veldbuls relitei ,
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. Allied Citrus Industry Plants Employ Thousands In Haven. Area


UduitriM tilled to cttnu em meet oekon, who we every oT BWto OTOVM Attoeltuon/ tral end South Amerleu countries n: wet Ueaa i icttrw flyer rat Isu' n.t .
plot Uroutandt la Central F).. thug Of t pit MMft ruetln.el ....*. Fruit Product Co. the Fir Ettt Md Nur I wee four brought oeotettt to..Uttttt.. .
.. ,.. East. aDd sptin-iiedctlly' for BMriy
ride,, aDd In the Winter Hem UM FltfMe ettTM to- Ia LeMtm Part manufacture
are! alone there ere at local a dui try weetee little of till fruit fitted fruit from peel and from -
down plenty whoM produettMinvolve UM otbarwiic useless citron l'. .1"f"
I no citrus but are tt Kudtr Citrus Pulp Co. markets mokiD This firm uses thromlllhM .1. FLORIDA CITRUS EXPOSITION SCHEDULE
involved with It tt It ty Becking etttlo bad mode from pounds. of Florida cit
; hout or proceuhif plot dried citrus peel Httt | this rut tnmMlly ...., .,.. Lily .t "10 s.nr." Rr.w.rbe .IAiIJr .. "ale ","",, rC
Co In FloM ... .1_. 'OUI8I !lOt A.DA
Ihtro in a. lao torn that nasbyproducts end-product from tilt vet out- Grip Product to 10 s ie.hllte .1I41tor.
dtagi Uko fee put of Snivel" Groves Division i | It another firm that has ,I" : \ Y" will .,Ii.....,frees eke M..h .11.. "'10111 I.btrates '"
'. h.w se the Nwar.

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tN INDUSTRY LIKE FLORIDA CITRUS HAS ;.t tTunDA"

a1'f MADCK tS-Jl., Clam rVwenen DigY :

GOOD REASON TO BLOW ITS OWN HORN ) ,00.(1I..It.tl..1IWIDHrn".m. Fl*. CHrm") f r.e.n.n Diner


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PUBLIC THE INSIDE STORY OF THE BUSINESS. 1 r' nv
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WHAT, WE FEEL IS THE PURPOSE OF THEn ( tnlyl.

FRIDAY, MAiCH AjrUelhirel D.,
FLORIDA CITRUS EXPOSITION. AND, AS OLD. tJ iii I II IJ:28 ,.m., ft.vtr."'. Citrui (.nth... ,
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Fl* Ci t>p itlin mtmktrt" f tk r .
ky Invit.tl.e.niy.
TIMERS IN THE CITRUS DEAL SINCE 1906 =
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LOOK INTERNATIONAL PAPER INSTALLS NEW MACHINERY pea, FUrM CUk! 111-- ;.ittl.! ..i.- -- :
f- WE URGE YOU TO TAKE A GOOD I Citrus Allied Company Mtliti HERE Cerrugifed Conftlnon I ,
COURTESY W. O. ROE ft SONS :
opened up new markets for et! all In one continuous operation groves here, and t ilnble busl-
AT THE "SHOWCASE" OF THE FLORIDA CIT- I' r
/rut product through Itt manu I at extremely high speeds, I net it also done in many Cen
JP ftcture of citrus bait products This equipment will amble

RUS INDUSTRY AND FEEL JUSTLY PROUD tot soft drink companies, !c. I the Auburodtle plant to continue Y
cream firms tad dtirlet.
p to handle properly the Increased -
And although Rice and Rue, volume demanded by
OF THE CITRUS DEAL WHICH REALLY BELONGS Inc., have expanded Into inch ill many customers and keep FLORIDA FRESH CITRUS SHIPPERS
field tt oil pipelines, thin up with heavy seasonal volume ,
company It a direct outgrowthof requirement on rtpid delivery ..
TO EVERY MAN WOMAN AND CHILD the citrus Industry, founded schedule like every other segment of the Industry

e In 1948 bjr Austin T. Race Jr. Continental! Cm, bat three
IN FLORIDA PARTICULARLY IN POLK to bring a ne# concept to grove plants within a 65-mile rtdiut
must look to the future rather than
Irrigation through the me of of Winter Haven, and hat itt operatingon
aluminum plpo.Racebuilt Florida Sales District Office -
COUNTY.'FLORENCE. Irrigation systems, Metal Diviiion, located la the "this basis. It has been
a season only"
developed by Rtct tt the re- pre
city.
:3 suit of t long association with
.. The three plants, In Auburn-
... tht Aluminum Company of
1". America, have revolutionizedthe dale, Winter Garden and Tampa dicted that barring another major disaster.Florida's ,
method of bringing waterto produce t huge proportionof
: citrus, and through continual the cam with which the industry .
: I research and development,. packages Itt product. orange crop will reach 135000.000 :
hive been able to lower cipital
investment cats to growers Continental tttndi at the top
and greatly reduce operating In the packaging Industry itt boxes by 1968. Every possible outlet for Florida
Cost.. plants highly mechanized to
The company bat also moved that high peed precision machines -
Into the "under the tree" heating make It possible for one Citrus must be kept open. and the shipping
field and these systems are plant lion to produce 10 million -
likewise designed with grow. cans per day.

CITRUS GROWERS iNC.GROWING erg'mind. financial problem In Co.The It Florida another All.Bound cltrui-tilled Box of Quality Fresh Citrus becomes increasingly

Rue and Rice hit developed I operation.. Located in Auburn-
Industrial systems which ire dale where It started operation
widely used by major oil com on Au,. 29. 1929, this firm em important to the entire industry. The reputo
r ptnlei plo)!!. 180 persons during peak =

of International several Urge Paper firms Co. lion which, production Brown Machinery periodi. Co manufactures of Florida Citrus stands or falls on Fresh Ship
% have established Florida citrus industry equipment -
brtnchec to cater to the picking and leases it to firms
HARVESTING requirement of cltrui throughout Florida sad California. ments. :
International Ptper't Auburn- Itt machines are used to
dale plant manufactures corrugated extract juice from oranges, andover '
PURCHASING ri' shipping container, and too are in uie In Florid
has recently installed ont of alone,
the moat advanced type of machinery And of course there are the
MARKETING for making containers nurseries, mo.t famous of THAT IS WHYCITRUS
h In the country. In fact the machinery which ii Glen St Mary which
went Into operation her been growing tree for the
i scarcely t week ago and it the industry for nearly
I lint installation of this type of ten of a century
i BROKERS PHONES FLORENCE VILLA equipment by the company In Jickwnvllle but thret-Cluar-I
any of Itt 25 plants throughoutthe Winter linen and
STATION : United Stales Nearly half
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WINTER HAVEN printing Inks which art almost Glen St Mary Nurseries'oun'l
iM instantaneous drying It it pot nuilly IB normal years, I
CY 3-1683
FLORIDA lible to score, dot, print In thousands of acres of
M two eolon, fold and glue min- citrus, and m.nID Texas, had I
.. uftcturer't Joints on the hones, their orl'ID1n__ the_ eompany'i
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g ,"l t many customers whose confidence has enabled
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the tenth of the month.We are currently paying 4% "o per annum,compounded semiannually,so come in tomorrow and open
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. 'avery Growers Motto: 'Put Co-Operation Into Practice--Not Merely Talk About It' \


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arc. eeerrfny'I'uerett' men
,For half a century Waverlv
E. M Turner, aalea mHaferDirector .
Growers Cooperative has been
I living' up to iti motto To put ; 1 9q icrvo without
alary and all member* CM
1 cooperation into practice not '
ninety talk about It. earn to any director! meeting:
TIle Waverly group li composed \ The directors elect the officer
I of 250 members who own who conduct the day to day
a total of LOOt( ) acres moitl.v in Polk (niniy Mont of d ._
v- While the chief business of
1M grows are under TO: arreTbec ,
are the ones that denvaUM r. Waverly Growers Cooperative la
most benefit front the managing groves and packing
cooperativeJHie ei lod telling fruit, it bat done

cooperative take care .,j many things for the community,
ot everything involved IB frowInjg '
i fruit, packing it, and Belling i ind through conscientious
+ ik toN public i relation has given the
1 It: It doe much a complete Job
town and the entire area a
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+ good name hi the public eye.
dent even have to visit! their M yrr
glove In fact, about .pelf. oft
member live out of atale
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ill ia one of the largestp
king houaea In the industry,
i b KBiBg nearly two million
b M of fruit a year The pack ty
U 1 InJ.,plant la almost completely
I (mated, making for speedy,
e _n.-operation.
Her the boxes of fruit art HaKMAMUMW "I ---

b light in from the groves, WAVERLY GROWERS CO.OP SHOWS OFF ITS PACKING PROCESS I HUNDRED POUND BOXES EMPTIED EASILY BY MACHINE
tl r are unloaded and an auto This li Vintori View from Mezzanine of Packing Plant In Operation Moat Citrus Plant Operation Are Automated Nowadays
rr |ie dumping machine atari .
the, fruit on Ihs way corporation, Helicopter Spray, ganlzed SO yean ago, in 1914, The cooperative now cover area for growing new and ex
Jfh fruit l I. dumped on a ; T Inc, to ipray groves belongingto when I few growers put up about 120 acre and include perimental treei
conveyor belt while the boxes period who are not mem U,000 to buy a email packing office in a two story antl I The cooperative, ia headed b,
ale' lent back to the iitomafically a'p't bars of the bellum mansion, picnic ground W. C. Pedersen a* presidentHe
a The fruit lat cooperative ihed A year later I lrowen'meetln and welcome house, the packing i I. the son of the late W L
washed, color it added The cooperative hit five was held on field boxes plant, a fertilizer plant, Pedersen who was president fo' -
wen needed, and then it law grove care substations Mattered under pine tree while growers employe housing, the work tome two decades. Other tol-
tld, throughout the county for greater planned for I larger packinghouse camp, complete maintenance executive are A, T. Brandon, -
ler that the fruit li Inspect- convenience in aervlaggrovei shop, a storage barn, and an I general manager; E. B. How. ,
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appealing. This fruit, which 1* experimenting with new types
perfectly good to eat, ii sent vq a of trees, at well at growing
ti'the Florida Citrus Canners trees for reaeti In grove
Cooperative processing plant laU where tree have died. They do
ke Walei not attempt any solid plantingof FLORIDA
The fruit which panel In. an entire grove, but they do
iMTtion I. then sized auto get trees started when they are
njjticilly, dumped In boxes needed
and the boxcf are nailed ihut Visitors to the plant are
automatically I>> The cooperative given royal treatment. They are
i L .currently experimenting witht free to tour the packing plant
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t* machlnei to make thebfixei : looking down on the entire ALL-BOUND r.
they use, one more way operation from a 'meiianine," ,
of speeding up the process. + they can use beautiful shaded M7
j They are planning to spend picnic ground and playground ,'M1ti /
$330,000 to $400,000 toll summer *, end, If they want to,
of equipment to speed up they can stop in the welcome
their handling of fruit when It station for fruiti, juice, and BOX COMPANY
first gets to the plant from the souvenirs.
groves. While the town of Waverly I I. .
There arc two tepariU pack. built around the cooperative it
IrtJ unit., one for tangerines i* not owned by the company.
lid one for oranges and grape- The company doe work very
fault. The latter, which can closely with the people of
pack about 800 boxes IB hour, If Waverly, providing water, garbage MAKERS OF THE STURDY ', '
worth about $750,000. collection and a health
utiide of the packing plant center with a registered nurse. v yfr
i"elf the cooperative ban everything I It also works with the town on WIREBOUND BOX '
for complete grove care Ma fire protection.
alrvlce. If t grove owner main ,wL. a.Ia.w | There are about 1,000 peopleIn
t.;lni his own grave he usually Waverly and about 250 of
hai to hire a caretaker and FRUIT GETS CLOSE INSPECTION HERE them work at the cooperative. CARRYING THE FINEST CITRUS IN THE WORLD -
b,y i lot of equipment which If Color (last, Right Off to the Cannery< The plant employi about 450
relay ait Idle much of the time, persons in all At harvest time
On the other band the Cooper ill own maintenance shops and fleet of helicopters which u an additional 225 men who live FLORIDA CITRUSsun
alive has a staff to take car fertilizer plants. I I used to ipray groves in I company owned work .
of the member'i groves, has I The Waverlr Growers Cooper. A new helicopter lust add'a camp are added to the itaff
lot of good equipment which ii atlv has something unique in makes four In Urn fleet The> The cooperative wee lint or-
ktpt busy constantly, and hai the Citrui industry It owns a cooperative has let up anothi cr.-" _
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.RbEe JM big processing ..... .. . -11I' -
AID boom large In Florida

telo bIIUat dollar citrus Indus. Serving You By Ssrvls.
t5J, GIll backbone of many a
rnnmany I* HI cluster of The Florida Citrus 'Industry
ptcldBf kOOMf. that he tern :
err7IWf 00 through god I M I'.I ul!

apeS bad for many dci.ul.K Common Carriers of Canes k g
BttON fflOlen eon(cnir <'.
took till )toe'. share of the, nAit
harvett beginning in i f',n Plant Supplies & Products
late IMO-i. the fresh fl.,, ." ,
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packing house, Dumb(n'r j an1I'D1
hundradi Wt pledge our support to the ..Show".." of the Florida cftrwTht traewry t:
,Many ara gone now T it
others, built on lOUd fmam ,,,11 i) '
and marketing foundation. are 40th Annual florid. Qtrui( Exposition ;ii iip. :
a.substantial part of the citmi
belt economy, and that of the I.t.
flreiter Winter Biven area o. lOX ten
,The aooperitlva pattern of
LAKE ALFRED I
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lyiivtriii in Florida wee set '
I years ago by 20 growers in TYPICAL PACKING HOUSE SCENE AS W4 CITRUS CROP GOES TO MARKETrut II f .1' I
i ie Winter haven area who '. .,.
i I abed what they filled the Canneri Cooperative at
: lorvnce !stairs Growers Ati Lake Wilei.
i ifliiUon aDd bought a picking Lake Hamflton Cooperative
1 11\111\ front an Independent
.Its first production wn 7Sft ,. wn established In 1(43 by Harvey
] boxea that wn in U09J > B. (Pelt) Snivel, and it THE
) but It grew apace and now run by hit three aoni:
via a dedalve factor In the Frank n president, Harvey ai
fteih fruit field until just a vice president and Bob ai
few yean ago, when, with the lecretiry-general manager an
decline in demand for fresh lI'.du.of Winter Haven
(cult ifter the advent of concentrate High School sod of the University
the association decided of Florida, where they
to close down Ita faOlitiei. majored In agriculture.
Though started on a modest
1 Florence Citrus Crowert Iti scale, It cow hit four Urge
i ill, however In the field, buildings on a fiva-acra tract FLORIDA
I lying and telling eltrui. It and employs up to 400 people
1 1oducei and market lrulttm at the height of the season IU
j approximately acres output U confined to fresh
ron.. fruit, when It stands in the
Trait Co. of Winter forefront of the citrus belt'i CITRUSr
1$iven, like the Roe picking picking houses
I )use, li fimily-owned andeperited. Star Fruit Co. In Like AlFred
At a partnerahlp of was formed 23 years ago
r. and Mrt. Tom Turnbull, by eight area growers and ,
was bought by them In 1951 deals exclusively In fresh fruit,
*d haa been operated by normally packing about 350,000
furnbull. boxei of oranges grapefruit,
*Diamond fruit I la In the bust911 tingerlnei and templet.
of picking! shipping and The company also operate
Uing fresh citrus of ill kinds, a grove service, and la developing .
fi\h\ custom! picking for grow.is new acreage In St.
and through: cash purchase Lucia County to expand Its supply
8-sld Sweet Sales li ttt sales of fruit
and Hi products are About (5 ire employed In a

upped throughout the United normal, and tenon 100 in more the In packinghouse field WITH Its 36 MEMBER HOUSES SHIPPING THE WORLD'S FINEST FRESH CITRUS*,

"It li located in the ACLBailroad operitlont. Norman V. Huff II
and hit a capacity president and Robert Huff Is
PROUDLY WELCOMES
THE "SHOWCASE" OF THE FLORIDA
(f three cirloidi of grapefruit vice president. CITRUS INDUSTRY -
production be- One of the newer operation U
Khour( 10 per cent of that. Tracy Fruit Co., established
I:Dundee Citrus:Groweri At- lest thin five years ago but. THE 40TH ANNUAL FLORIDA CITRUS EXPOSITION
elation U one of the largest handling a volume approachng
Hkngerlne packers In Florida, a million boxes a year.
fpongh IU capacity aln! ranks Tracy Fruit, which U held-
Tell up among the fresh fruit ed by Archie Campbell at prey
ibnceni in tie ttata. dent and Winston Lawless at
3 Volume runt about 1,100,000 vice president, hit iti picking '
jniee, of which about 85,000 done by the Winter Haven Clt. FLOR'GOLD
ixea are tingerlnet. Moat of rut Growers Association but Seard Sweet OR
)e production ii shipped piggyi does its own marketing, about
i to Newark N. J., IU sales 15 per cent going Into fresh
ganta being. Seild-Sweet Sales fruit and the balance going to

gie.The processing planta. OAK HILL' C.GA
asaoelatlon la 40 years Bowen Brother Is mother .
fid, baa IT members and abouttaos firm that ii In the marketing ALCOMA PACKING CO. : OAK HILL
acre of citrus, and em- business, and owns several hundred
LAKE WALESBROOKSVILLE r'f
en iya 250 pertons acres of groves In this \a +
cannery grade fruit li area and ai fir south ai Ft. .
BLOSSOM
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NAGEL GROVESAND I I I W. H. CLARK FRUIT CO. ., MAITLAND

JACKSONVILLE \ '"\ OSLO C.G.A.CLEARWATER .

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GROWERS
PALM HARBOR C.GAPALM
CLEARWATER
Cypress Gardens TriangleGift NARIOR

DIAMOND FRUIT CO. '

Shop WINTER HAVEN PEACE RIVER PACKING CO.

PT. MEAOIPLYMOUTH

DUNDEE C.GA
BONDED SHIPPERS C.GA
DUNDEE v r.
PLYMOUTH'

TREE RIPENED CITRUS FRUITS ELFERS C.GA

DIRECT FROM GROVE TO YOU ELitE RIVER FRONT GROVES.FLAMINGO .
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FRESH FRUIT, JELLYS, GROVES .
FT. LAUDERDALIFLORENCE SEBRING PACKING COSEIRIN9 :

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CYPRESS GARDENS TRIANGLI GRAVES BROS. CO. INDIAN RIVER THEODORE STRAWN INC.
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WAIASSO DillON SPRINGS
ENTRANCE TO CYPRESS GARDENS EXCHANGE PACKERS

D BEN. HILL GRIFFIN, INC. VERO IEACH TUXEDO FRUIT CO. 7:

IN FROSTPROOF FT. PIERCIUMATILLA
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F. L, I IE HUNT BROTHERS VERO-INDIAN RIVER -
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H 1| Citrus| Exposition Comes To End Of An Era Next Saturday I I'nM



p rthrida Citrus Fxpnd. k a

then oomet to the end of an s+ne
ert next Siturdiy
When the Exposition! rinse
Hi Kite it Third SI and A\c
J), NW In bring to a class Ihe
40th Kxponlion, they time furjv -
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March the Florid Cit
{ till Showcase will open! I in I :
flittering new orange shaped ,i r :
and) orange colored home on a
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tt arre silo along ( \pre r tar;
Road and Lake Lulu, and
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n new en will bfollinp. I
ply the RroBlmt In the hitary I r hfi
of the annual how. which M
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started as a country fair cluiur
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of booths in the city park
Jan. 22, 1924
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Four time the air hat out- & % __
frown IU britches It opened
at the Polk County Orange
ftitivil the brain child of Dr r 7r
Roland A. Nicholi minister ofliie
Winter Haven Christian i '
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rhureb. who envktoned! it at
I;h'e Ids to teh the story of
tint etoiu Industry In and aroundSinter
Havea.Dt .
etttl serve that purpose
grinder acale that Dr f
could have dreamed
II Polk County Grant Fei
which ran for four day s
red. parade. con
ii'leI. will prize band concert t
....ry ...ft....rnAnn."-.., and A_ .Y'MirnnnA..-..-* Ilion -- ----.--- 4 -- _.
ball with Doodle Jill
Orchestra furnishing the music, PARADE CROWD CONVERGES ON ELABORATE ENTRANCE TO ORANGE FESTIVAL GROUNDS FOR 1941 SHOW TYPICAL FLOAT IN THE FLORIDA ORANGE FESTIVAL-THE YEAR IS 1941 I
became the Florida Orange/ Grove on Right Have Given Way to Public Health Department, Canneri, Florida Citrui Building Pasting Old Postal l Building-in Background at Right It Site of Present Cify Halt
Tfitival In 1928 a* Iti scope -- -
Meg expanded to embrace the
entire ttale' cltrui Industry y
Crowing to atatewlde proper*
CYPRESS GARDENS SKIS
Son; It aim moved out o( city i
park, first to Sixth St, SW, 1
,e/liere/ a midway wan added
fcr the lint time, and the (ol> m I a
? l's 4X4A
J lowing year to the site It baa
occupied ever alnce, a I o n fThird
and Fourth/ Sti NW )
ITnt feitival opened In temporary ; u6
building at first. until f
.(3>37 two of the preient con !
.rete exhibition hall were con a
'itrucUd. Later two more buildjngi -
were added and In 1947 tyi
the Lake Silver Amphitheater
era opened to provide seating
't>r two people to view per,
tnrmancei that went along with
Jh\ Ftttival.Thi ,
4 < festival wan dlacontlnued
wring World War II-mlaaing i .1
the three yean between 1943
Tend '4J-but It reopened In
;948 on a much grander scale, 1 CYPRESS GARDENS SKIS WON 23
named the Florida Citrus Ex. -
position and IU beauty pageant OUT OF 32 FIRST PLACES AT THE j
|xpanded.Th\ .
Slat erected the newTlorida NATIONAL WATER SKI AND FIVE ?
I Citrus Building tn 1949
111.\\the complex that Included OUT OF A POSSIBLE EIGHT FIRST A
'the exposition hall and the amthitliealer _._ .

. 4111 became, and aa Ita Important Nora Mayo feature j CITRUS EXPOSITION-------- FILES YIELD EVIDENCE THERE WERE ALWAYS QUEENS I PLACES IN THE WORLD TOURNAMCVT 'l I I

of.the Exposition--lite I of. I The Photo Bore No Date, But Younger Grandmother Will Remember AT
th rl to Cllru e P VICHY FRANCE.WINTER
cant ;';;t s Coronation; a Qu Ban en, and ag i ,thought of It. I show windowfor and shipped to the New York I II Haven, Florida and cltrui farther YOUNG STATESMAN and MARY MARGARET McBRIDE II .nl I
the Agricultural Day Luncheon I Florida cltrui I World'* Fair for two pars on I II afield than ever before. His Speuard Holland at 1941 Festival L I
where it la traditional for the nil ,..r', exhiblti will fob I display In the Florida Building
governor and the commliilonf I
I of agriculture\ to apeall.t low the pattern In even more An next year the new era
from the beginning, exhibit spectacular faihion than ever beglna-the era of the Florida
by, citrus packing plant werea before, with two elaborate exhibit I Citrus Showcase, on a glittering .
feature, and Dr. NirhoU' lit which, when 4e Expo scale that will be certainto
tie air was exactly ai he iltton close, will be dismantled spread the fame of Winter


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During hit teaion of the year, with thousands of' visitors r" '

r attracted to this area by the annual FlorId. Citrus Expoil

I lion many questions will be aided about the citrus industry ,' ?

'orb "tk tt r end tome of our viiiton may be wondering about becoming h:;'1 f c" ,
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h'f,+ l"' .'s a part of this Industry, We feel qualified to answer your 't.h, 'yn; f?.

""- questions we've been a pert of this industry tnee 1909. ,

ZW1'u.r' We offer complete cooperative servic.and, If you are ',a
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H '., ;r', looking for a home for your fruit we dill have room for a i'

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,, L .,..tom,. ..rat ..._..w. rj POOLING SYSTEM GROVE CARETAKING MARKETING


[1"> WHAT DO YOU ASK OF THE ORGANIZATION BUYING YOUR CITRUS
AH p cied oranges arc pooled in season We are fully equipped to meet the needs Is don through SeaTdsweot Sales, Inc.
) DEALER
J CROPJ PRINCIPALLY YOU WANT A RELIABLE CITRUS -
lONE WITH MODERN EQUIPMENT, TRAINED PERSONNEL, VARIED MAR. by variety. Grapefruit are pooled in of any grower no matter how large and through Florida Citrus Canners Co

( KETING FACILITIES ALL TO SERVE/ YOU BETTER AND FASTER. season through the Christmas holidays, or snul his acreage. op. Our products are marketed under a

I rfi i and in season pools by variety after that. leading brand namSEALDSWEET-

I Tangerines art divided into two pools- CAPIDOME
j You Receive All Of This When You Do
i one before Christmas and one after. E. S. Norton Gen. Mgr.

I Business With
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Mere Than 30 Yean Of Service T. The Sine 1309 -

Florida Citrus Industry ,

411 N.: I 12fh St. Herfm. City, Fla I'be.* HA 2-1 UI We Welcome Your Inquiries-

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Fair fooVf and tonight wvtt 1M city: l00 Glf fl,..

today likely later in $Ws foHtOrfaw low l tonight afternoon.In *fls, i Winter Haven Daily News-Chief OfTitglWrt, ;


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"Queen for a Day" went Into Draws Top
its Winter Haven cycle this
afternoon before a packed Nora
Mayo Hall that started gatherIng -

before lam., nearly four
hours before the show went on. Citrus MenBy

The nationally televised ABC In Heavy Fighting

network show will originate JACK CURNETT
from Nora Mayo for a full The Florida Citric Reporter
week being taped for airing
Advance registration lists for
next week but shown live this
week over Orlando Channel .. several big events during the --- .- --. -- --- ..
1964 Florida Citrus Exposition
The line when the doors open this week Indicate that pricUcalry !- Island Said
ed at 11:30: a.m. was over ff every citrus mm in the
three blocks long and four stab and every working polltlciia rI
abreast, mostly women but witha I
from county to federal
scattering of men All bad level will be In town. Near Brink
tickets obtained by written appli With Homer Hooks general
'
cation to the Florida Citrus I manager of the Florida Citrus I
Commission All seats for the :
Commission at master of ceremonies uwf4'N
five shows hIVe been gone the first big event to I r N IP i iI Of Civil War
since, .
last ThursdayThe bring industry people here will
hill has !been set up to I be the annual Canners Day ob-
,
bold 2.000 with additional % (
persons aa 1 servance tomorrow to be topped NICOSIA Cyprus (UPI.) -
200 In the adjacent off with a T p.m. dinner under of" the
The heaviest fighting
Florida Citrus Museum which .
the Joint auspicles of the Exposition I
will watch the show on a monItor and the Tampa Electric current crisis raged la several

and hear it through a public Co., with Its local manager, LLYY areas of Cyprus today sad' the
address system. Jack McKay, in charge Turkish government threatenedto

Jack Bailey, master of ceremonies Ie.: _.. i i Canners Day will bring pray Intervene on this Mediterranean .
(or "Queen for a Day tlcally every citrus processing r.6mMi&Eem. Island It the clashes
for more than 18 years, ar- 'QUEEN FOR A DAY' WARMS UP official in the state here-the continued.

(Continued On Page I CoL Jack Bailey and Citrusman Sam Banks j I term "canner" i Is applied to all I Diplomatic observers laid Cyrui -
3)n i processors, including canned i > was dangerously near the
s 1 I single strength Juice, chilled or : '. O' ,. nint maaha e tax. w i brink of all-out civil war as
1 ange Juice, salads, concentrates erase.Or* efforts failed In several
I LINE OF QUEEN CONTESTANTS AT REHEARSAL
1 where Greek
I and other such products Hopefuls Line Up to Practice for Tonight's Contest areas Cypriote
I and Turkish. Cypriots were
i A tent adjacent to the FlorIda -
: : : C Canners Association Build- !locked In battle

? ; in, will be the scene of a reception In Ankara Turkish! Information .

starting at I p.m. priorto Beauties Minister All than Come
24 CompeteFor .
the dinner. said Turkey considers the Cyrus
3
p On Wednesday, the Industrywill > situation "extremely sari-
"
turn out for the formal onus.
Coronation Ball to honor the The Turkish spokesman
1904 Florida Citrus Queen, who charged the denting was "de
will be named tonight Citrus Queen liberately" It'lIed"ClMl'"
The traditional stag event, the President Msksrlos and said
.fruitmen'a Dinner, to be heldat that It It continues Turkey
the National .Guard armory might be obliged to use her
1 under the chairmanship of Wia>- Twenty.four of the state's are bring sponsored by cnstn- out due to various clrcumstsne-- right I to Intervene,

slon Lawless on Thursday. starting pretties .*... ahaplleit young ben of commerce, colleges and ... I The Creek community flatly
j at I p.m., will bring out women go to the post tonight at other organisations throughout The beauties arrived la Wish refused to 't't'rpTlrklab
upward of 2,000 citrus people T-30: Block aa the the state and eosM Iron as far Cypriot erase-fire offelf .:In the
from all over the state tell Florida t le'Qu'::: titleat \ sway ss Miami and T.llahae Ue U&".... yesterday and rt|. town n( Paphos on the Island's
Ivterea at n.... the southwestern coast Mortals
This features a barbecue dinner Nora Mayo Hall see the Hotel,
served al fresco with Representing the cream of There were originally M\ girls official headquarters lor their end bamokss set oU a fire
------ citrus field crates ; both I Florida's beauty crop, the girl In the contest but two dropped stay la Winter Haven which listed out of control In
tablet and seats and here Will 1 -------- They had a busy evening as the center of the port tows.
I LINE FOR TV SHOW AT 10 O'CLOCK THIS MORNING \ be many political figures In I \they met th. Jnfluea of the con The Greek CyprtaU! also
Four Hours Before Show Went On | huddles with and 'turned daw* a plsa by Pr.
They Began Arriving supporters Southeast t Plaz 1 favt and went through literalitdrvtl Taut KunfiVs.vlrrpr\ \ .*/l W of
I would he, supporters,. I 1 f Cyprus and"in* leader of the
\I Governor. Farm Bryant +lid Karl Tnrnin' la
I I ) thll<> $ near
Turkish minority, that all Turksbe
I will be making Ms fourths sand *).(1,11'" weather at the Lake .
moved out of Ksssphanl a
last appearance here aa chief, Business BoomsOpening Silver Amphitheater the girl
executive of the state, hai always held practice exercises under (Continued On Page I Col. J)

1 In the three prior yearn, Ii': direction of R. McDonald
selected the Florida Citrus Es.position's I week business st the Drown, who I t. filling in for

annual Governor's new Southeast Plata Shopping I I I Dill Carter, who Is III Hundreds flock
I' Luncheon Agriculture\ Day as 'Center on Cypress Gardens I The girls went through their
toe occasion for
a major policyaddress
colorful
I pace In a sssortmenttt
I t s? and It Is expected he Road was "terrific" according j ,, swim suits and shorts. Be'neon
will talk on the welfare ef the to store managers I individual I To Homes Show

I citrus industry, air pollution "Our weekend wee above expectation / ,>a Ji* UK* Silver
I xu c and agricultural matters In general *," said Gene Ivry,
t I girls took time to
manager of Grants: and president ,ncret benches appear.nC"i Hundreds visited the fifth annual
'fF4d I I"
I Doyle Conner state commissioner of the Southeast Pisa piiltheater, to Parade of
IIIIlta'r.n
of agriculture\ will be Merchants Association, "We th sunahln coming In Winter I : Alfred
;
especially honored at this event were very well pleased with brilliant. blue yesterday la perfect spring
a which is Invitational and to be '
the opening weather
I held at 1230: p.m. at Nora "I feel that we should apoto II Several hand Interested to watch spectator the "ft was our biggest first day
were on
Mayo Han. Site IA th. fMnnl I. m touWn'11 I yet," T JU Whitehead parade
One of the features of this { i npefulla drill chairman, reported. The show
take are Tuesday, ha eon REV K, J. KOERNtKllILD2State Brown barked out signals to I
(Continued On Page I CoL 4)) tined The center opened Tuesday I I the girls I as they lined each continues through next Sunday
I In addition to seeing the new.
Luther tide of the slag sisal then sat la design and home Innovations
Harold Hitchcock: reported
I moved front and center la a
Local Riders that business In the new Pub- mockup of the resl thing to beheld visitors may registerfor .
( I many valuable prince Including
llx store, the 100th Fublis la before
Florida was also very good To Meet i 'ad\ full tonight!house at the aa HalL aspect- Nassau s tree trip for two to
"Mr. Jenkins! was here and League
Judge* for the contest will The 1M4 Parade ef HomesIs
Win In TampaFour seemed Both Ivey very and pleased Hitchcock he said.said ;be appraising the .beauties to open for Inspection' trees.
The Rev Elmer J Enema i Bight as they appear in both I t to f pm. daily except' Sat
bat the comments they bad child a nations! representative iwlm suits and evening gowns. urdsy, March 11. when they
Winter Ilavea riders beard from the othrr merchants of the Luthersa Lsymea'f I ILeague .After viewing |U 14 Contest ;I will remain open until I p an
won first places la t the Tamps I' .t the renter had been (UX), will report on ,; vrM I Horse Show held at the Tampa very good. the League's worldwide program 'will render, their decision' and I ,ra' Association of "greater
ii Yacht and Country Club Stables Let Hood reported that the of Christian service at i iIM name the lucky contestant who i Winter Haven reprsarntsd. mph
Friday Saturday and Sun American National Bank at riorida-Ceorgls District
dayMeiinda _. .. Cypress Gsrdens, which opened LLL Convention scheduled to'I' i I(Continued Oa ft S Column I) I (Continued On Page I Col. I)
THINGS WERE A BIT FRANTIC ON THE 'QUEEN' SET NEAR SHOWTIME Borreil won theEquitation I lest Monday adjacent J to thetenter I .be held st the Green Lothersa --_ -.- ..
1 of 10 and Under did better uaa had
Production Staff Racing Time,:, t o Hit I p."'. Air Time while Mildred Adams, owned wry Church pest Ssturdsy and Sun I
_. anticipated.All
-- by 101,. and Mrs. "John' A. Snlva- I agree that thai next counts I day.Rev. Xoernscbild a veteran
try Jr, with Susaa Snivel, up, of weeks will tell whether th
: Defense Seeking To Prove Ruby won the Amateur Tbree-Geited trend keeps up, but I'tr'11,''of '21'1 the years LLL In as broadcasting director of,

I Event : I. very pleased with the > f fsstional 'f programming lie I. announcer
Kebu. owned and shows by startCitrus
an* producer of the English
I Wayne Hager, woo the Arablaa II l 'fuais version of the

i Insane When He Killed Lee Oswald Stake Blythe Event Jaguar, owned by M,. Lwthersa Hour", and producesand
i administers the operations
DALLAS (UPI -Termer was insane whet as shot Lee .la the medical aspects af the and Mrs. John A. Snively Jr. Plants of the LLL's ...koCl., devotional
I world welterweight beilag Harvey Oswsld. law that Intimates cad him. and drives) by John A. Snively programs, 'Tha Family
Defense. counsel MelvIn Rent "Doc," seeks n that the Jr. won the Roadster StakeLocal ,"
prove Worship .f4)u and 'Pay By
champion Barney Ross testified asked Ross whether Ruby asa I unstable Ruby snapped tnto S results Here" ss follows: Expect To Open Day With Jesus"
today that his boyhood friend spectator and friend, blacked robot state of nnawareaess and Saddle Seat Eojiitatioa From 140 until ke joined the

Jack Ruby was a frenzied out st ringside during a San I Insanity when be kffled Lee Marty Lorry third. LLL staff la IS4, B... Koeraa>
screamer Francisco fight when Ross was i I Harvey Oswald, soused of assaislaatlflg Hunt Seat Equitation ChrisDeMayo LAKELAND' (UPI A big child was program and proda ,

"Ha would almost tun pur. badly mauled and was out oa President Kennedy third. percentage of the at.I,', oraagaeooffBtrstors lien manager of station KrX'O
pie aid walk away from .." his feet lot five\ rounds. But the stripper Penny Dollar Non Blue Equitation: lulu shut down by a Is St Louis la IM1 ha served
In Chicago boyhood brawls, the A prosecutloa abjection blocked and the fighter. Barney Malta, third.Equitation I[ lull la fruit" output' are e petted oa the Mayor's Cemmttteawhkh ,r ah
: key defense witness saidRosa : the answer. I Ross were scheduled first, at (it-11) SuiaaSnively. I ta tank ap again beginning established SI &AuI,'
I/ a World War II here "How did Jack appear when! the opening of a short morning / third; Stony Tumbull", late till, month with the riprs educational tebtvlaion" Matins v wa
who developed and broke a yea finally b finished the fight" .,.... la Judge Joe B Brawn's. fifth. I tile of the Valencia crop KCTC. lie costtiaues to assist
narcotics habit testified Is support B em asked / Criminal District Court Xe X Junior and Notice Fin. MarOB riorida Citrus Mutasl ...,. I the. station as pt'fJdllCff.1I4 prO'
of the srgument that Ruby "He was white as say shirt- I Court was to be recessed at 11 (Continued: Page I CeL 4) ilye tire prvstdeat Robert W.
shaky and kept sikhg s&e how I..m., aatfl 11: p .... lor the f. Rudedia said Suixlay stlghUy (Continued as Page S, Col 1))
I was" Rosa replied : semi of Glenn W Byrd, county more this n MffHoo boxes oforsaiet
Frail Shipments Ross, a year older thai Rubyat clerk and loot-time Dallas Coasv Kelly Campaign have bee aNd to date l
I U, said their close friendship ty awhile arrvaat by protesawrf compared fa 4] No Frost

Dally carloadiags (hi honest) coat**!** from boykvmd Miss Dollar ft, was brought Headquarters mimosj boat tor the awe LAKELAND rasa mot
hem the Fnttt and Vegetable tin I was 32 ar D." acre from" soother rouatr ,, period last tnnmU .
laspecthMS. DJvUteaBy : I i He painted a afetwe of Rutty l I where she was Jailed ea charg-.1 Will Open Here .. week saawrry .OtbaUnaMailed the nig Lakeland temperature" Weather bulbrua roll
rs$. I..m grapefruit. 11.. as "..tr IItJI. a geed bender,.. ee fA ......... "datteetwa ..... Ml a aaUfen I for BuersuForecast ;
no
tn ....,... *7S temple a but never profaae.OuUide drug sad aer1J saa." Her real I Then win !It as) betel ataist the same aa the rude lor ,1IIII.ul.r"'
erganitavttwaal Insight cod
trmtts; by beat, la: oranges. I the eowa. u.. a save la stftala A.. L.... She Meeting of UM ass SMtl ; week ..... but only .halt. as 'I ..,..... 'uoaay
by track. n." grapefraM. M, I kotkaad aad wife ovaageWteaas ewe wvrtfd fee Ruby al .hwOs *>fy tasnpalgn ba4qaartrs. MWw assay bona as the week print I' Partly rhmdy and withInwest
< warns
I
n* oranges 43 taagerttwa, &,- pkkeud the trial web C....... .berm.that .., Have .....,.. afteraaas as (hat, Rsitteiige said temperatures M the MsForecast
temples, U> SBoreottj. Mat ... MIld aka wood I 'I"
lassie oVwyn-g auanXy la a .* MMMy' ) st S ctach ..) Third Rluat gnu Tuesday Partly.
..MJ graprtrutt. 41 JIT onoge. leaso for Minds Jack ana ttsa i had S teal math af the CKCI5CIMJACKSONVILLE '' eke Scalwred aoe'th' ---
I showers
poet lint seat dy
43 3aue 'tne$,. L1a1 temple, 1(4trcotts Tha Ruby Mends, trial eav driver dm bttSjag Isa hesdosj'the to the Co ladwKrtet.Aafwaa : (Vfl) Tha sad ....,districts and tuning FLORIDA PRESS MEETS HER Howard M. King,
for a stepptaf total oiOf tend Ma fourth week vusi twawfei. sad wows flmri < taterreated hi Ws Ana, Corps of Katiswers ssvSMHKCd 'I' caW northers) districts. left MflenaRy bows typographer, 4t.c.ut sewepep.r
ja burnt. fasted aft rw1 Melds Dell rafted has off 14 snainiy I tog ergaais the Meal bad oatwrday a LoesbvrfsVss Future temperature outlook makeup with t i McCarthy president sjf Florida frets
Canwry reeefet O t<7 nape readrw' a barrage atMb peyebsel dtt I da. ...' ..enters her the Path ('estateM wen a 1U!I.t1' aotrtfsct. Ceotcr sMstk ad central dJ* Asa.ci.ti.n; Kina held a werk Kis) tension on rampe.ring'
fr.r> in )M ...... Yes a tai _. aM ..".. u'r, r.i'ones. I TV 4H_ cnotaaisj tier .............. k pelia] la wged tar tie swontfwrtjna of 1M raft 'I trirta Tuesday aiglii. No fwaidaager ..owtpapers at the weekend sissies ef ho fttrtJt Prow

eats taUl of OMU hoses I who t* a* stacyod'. 'I (Uatiaaod Ua rags S Cat 1> ItktI4. Caaavaral urlgstM ... Usi. hVadacsdsy.. 1, Association $peng meeting hove

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FCC.: 'Qualify( Merit Scholarship Tests Calvin Funeral 3,OOO Florida Girls Open



Group SlatesReorganization Scheduled At High- School Scheduled For (Scout Week At Bok TowerThree


The National Merit Scholarship lean more about their r I thousand girls from the wry of OW Scwrtteg. They

Qualifying Teat will be strengths and weaknesses r Heart of Florida Girl Scout represented the Central Florida

given at Winter Haven High whether or not they plan to attend f 'Tuesday A.M.Funeral Council opined Girl Scout Week counties of Lake Citrus Hir
School for all interested
prospective college. yesterday with ceremonies atclan dee, Highlands Sumter, Polk
INS graduate, on Saturday
The Florida Citrus Commls March 14, DuafcM Whit- la addition to the award services for J the Ink Tower near Lau and Marta

ilon's Concentrste Quality\ met guidance coordinator aanouDced made by the National Merit Willard Catvia 7of M Ave W.III.I The Scouts assembled at the

Committee has scheduled a reorganisation today.Whltmer Scholarship Corporation, about I K. NE, who died suddenly at,I The girls- held the celebration foot of the hill shortly after

meeting for Friday urged all student ITS bushes i hu home Friday right will be, In honor of the Mud Awuver noon for the march to the main
at Winter Haven for the who wish to enter the annual cooperations held Tuesday, March 10. at of the Mountain Lake
purpose of naming officer for scholarship competition to reg foundations, colleges profesikmil Ott.Uughlin Funeral lion ground

the next ye.r.Cbltmln later ai soon aa powiMe in the aasoclatione, trusts, unIons I Chapel l at 11 a.m. Th Ie': Fire Levels Sanctuary.
Reid Jensen of school office. Student who and individuals give scholarships Robert W. Farrow associate Prior to the program the senior
Tree-Sweet Product Co., Fort! graduate from secondary through the Merit Pro t pastor, and Rev. Robert B. planning board composed

Pierce, cold the meeting wouldbe school in 1165 and enter collegethe gram. A considerable numberof I Hamilton retired pastor of the of the senior girls of the various .
held at the Florida Canners same calendar year are eligible other scholarship agencies First Presbyterian Church will Business AreaIn
Association building Im troops in the council, sang
for scholarship conaldera. utilize the services of NMSC II officiate.
mediately following the annualGovernor's Uon. In awarding their scholarships American Legion Port I will several aon,.. Later after allparticlpating

Luncheon conducted To receive consideration he NMSC was established In I. bold military rites at the grsv- units had assembled

during ,the Florida Citrus Ex laid all students interested 1855 through grants from the side at Lakeside Memorial MississippiMERIDIAN they all took part in the
poaition.The Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Park.
must take the test when it It.
regular March meetingof offered. Participating student Corporation of New York I Active pallbearers win be ,.

tie will Florida be held Citrus the Commission day are required to pay a fee of An additional Ford Foundation i ifl i Duey Ellsworth. Shelley Boon. Miss UPI) -Afire During the program each
same
and in. the Csnneri' buildingat $1.50 on the day of the test grant to extend the Merit L ) Jack McKiy, Walter Bell A. swept along by 20-milan- girl present made a contribu

10;$(\ a.m. He added that any student I. Program through lilt was announced J: T Race and Billy Raidea. hour wind levelled a section of tion to the Juliet Lowe World
take the in 1962. Honorary pallbearers will be this Old South city Sunday and
Members of the Concentrate wishing to test but unable Friendship Fund which will enable
Ia the about r L. A. Tiidal, Ed Warotti. damage estimates were placedat
Quality Committee in additionto to pay the fee should contact period 19SO-61 some girl scout to visit a
Jensen are Jerry Brown of him personally. 7,500 students have received) Claude Ridley. Jere Stam- more than $2 million. foreign country this year

Florida Food Products, Eustis; Whitmer old awards in the Merit Scholarship awards and W bough Dr. F. T. Lenfeatey, Two firemen suffered facial. Mra. George Costello, execu.
Merit Program thousands of other high-scorog M Seth McKee! Let Oldt A. J. turns and a spectator was overcome
W. f. Edwards of Psico PackIng are granted onthe live director of the district,
C*., Dad City; Jamea A. baaia of Intellectual merit, students have been assisted in Anderson F. It Suramerville, by smoke. noted that 15 year ago when
God. of Adams Packing A*. but t students financial needs determine obtaining financial aid from Eddie Hutchinson Lorin Bice Residents called it the worst the first trip to Mountain Lake
fire to hit the city since Genral -
loelitlon Auburndal; RobertW. the amount of the In other sources. and Harry King. was made, only about 300 girls
Sherman and his Unionbrcea
SCULPTURE OF COLLEGE PRESIDENT-Renowned The family his requested that
!Hairs recently retired a* dividual atlpend. He noted participated one-tenth as many
sculptor William Carter Wescott hu executed this bust donation be made to your burned It down on Feb.
executive vice president of Win. that stipends are renewable I a as yesterday.Mrs .
each of Dr. Paul I C. Steak, president of Webber College, favorite charity !In lieu of flow U, 1M4. The city was hit by a
ter ; M T. McEvoy of Babson Park, to be presented to the college next Sunday era in the lira 1900s. ter Haven president of the

Libby McNein and Libby, A student'performance on Seven stores on Front Street council, addressed the scouts
LENA BELLE SPRING
Ocala; Frank J. Poltras of Ply the qualifying\ test also provideshim MRS Webber College were destroyed and many ad- and spoke on the friendship
mouth Citrus Products Coopera with information that is Mrs Lena Belle Spring, 12, 40 Students' joining businesses were damged. Fund and scouting.
live; Dr. W. R. Roy of Minute u.efu1iD career planning or in of 144 Ave, A, SW, died Sunday Gels Portrait College Several hundred parents,

Maid Co., Orlando; Marvin H. selecting courses in high school evening at Winter Haven "Those stores weren't Just.Ideatroyed" tourists and spectators found
Walker of Florida Citrus Can and college, Whitmer stated. Hospital after a long illness.A Of President a fire department places to watch and hear the
Mrs Cooperative, Lake Wales; After the test each participating native of Worth County, official said. "There'Just nothing .program.
Bruce W. Skinner of H P. Hood student will receive a Ci., she moved here in 1831 BABSON PARK-Tb presentation Hold Roman, OrgyINDIANAPOLIS left there at all." According to Mra. Robert

and Sons, Dunedin; John A. "Handbook for Merit Program from Ware County, Ga. She to Webber College of Authorities said the fire startd Eastman also of Winter Haven

Snlvely of Eloise Groves Association Particlpanta", prepared by war a member of the South. I sculptured portrait bust of in a furniture store. A gen- there are nor than 5,000
Winter Haven; and tide Baptist Church Ind. (UPI- Police officer investigating! alarm sounded
Science Research Associate*, Dr. Paul C. cal was al girls in the Heart of Florida
its
president
Mrs. is survived
Robert D. FUppo of Golden the testing agency The hand Spring by Sinks, st the Creative Art. Forty college student appear the third floor law a youth clad 0:15: sips Council
Gem Growers, UmstiUa, three daughters, Mrs 3. E. In Municipal Court today and Juke
book is designed to help students James, and Mrs Bessie Festival will highlight eventson only In aborts chasing a girl Detective scarorougn,
Young
understand their individual try to explain their part in a who was among the first on the
March
both of Winter Sunday afternoon who fully clothed. Several
and was
Haven Mrs
test results to make "whooping and hollering" party scene, said flame already were
E. H. Huntley of Ft. Pierce; 22 at 230.: hi which half- rooms held young couples In Gen. BenerabiStabbed
George Hintze comparisons with scores of The gin to Webber by the boys pranced hooting from both ends of the
one son, Jerry Lee Spring of
naked after coeds. of undress and
high school students across the Auburndale Baboon Park Creative Center squealing various stages building, which covered almost
I ; II grandchildren; Oat guest st the C1a'poolHowl other couples unconscious from I block.
country and to use the lDleJl'om.Uon and aa anonymous donor len ,
IS
In making educational great. -grsncblldren; and two honor the pioneering work old the party, which too much alcohoL Buildings in the fire sues,
Dies Saturday and vocational plans. Thus great grest-grandchfldren.Funeral the college has done in the lasted Into the wet small hours Before police arrived LL Ray near the heart of the city, were
Whitmer said studenU can services will be held field! of creative education Sunday, had all the earmarks Rlrichauer of the state excise older structures ranging from
tomorrow at I p.m at the The bust, more than llte-dee, of a Roman orgy police who was Investigating one to four stories One of the
Georges Washington Hintss, Crisp Funeral Home Chapel I. the creation of William Car The students, Including It because of t worried parent'scan damaged store war a hardware PARIS (UPI) Moroccia
73, of Tot 21st St, NW died The Rev R. H. Malcom pastor ter Wescott, internationally girls, ranged In age from 18 to was almost beaned by a building IB which ammunition Consul General Thaml Bener-
Saturday. ifternoon at Winter Tiny Tot Faces ol the Southslde Baptist bon sculptor whose lifelike 22.Police sort drink bottle that wii was stored.The rabl( was stabbed to death today
Haven Hospital native of Church will officiate assistedby and expressive forms of many who answered a com. heaved out of a hotel windowas alarm tames nearby ss he was lesving the conaulito
Newark N. J., be came to the Rev. W. W. Watson, of the world's most famous plaint of "whooping and holler be arrived. After the party churches were holding Sunday building here police reported.
Winter Haveii In 1M. pastor of the First Missionary personalities caa bs found in ID," at the hotel walked the streets and sidewalks school classes. Congregations Police arrested a Moroccia
Hlntie who retired as security Loss of Sight Baptist Church of Auburndale. this country and overseas. through empty beer cans to sr- around the hotel were littered poured from the churches. to Identified is Ribih Mohamed
guard at the Exchange Burial) will follow In Lake- The presentation will be made I' rest com students on charges with beer cans, soft drink and watch the fire, and police esti I Ben Abdoulla shortly after the

National lank In 1959 was a WHAM N. C. (UPI Doe- aide Memorial eaU Park. Friends by Kenneth D. Morrison, president of underage drinking liquor bottles mated that 1,000 spectators gsth- tabbing which took plies !n.
member of the LutheriB ton st puke Medical Center may this evening from Ito of the Florida Audubon red In the downtown area. tide the main entrance of the
I at th.
Church. H* war a veteran ol planned i final xsmtniUon of Crisp C ap.l.GEOBGmOlTrON. Society and past president of Winds which i spread the u tiding.Benerrab.
World War I, held life membership the left eye of little Vicki Wray the Babson Park Creative Ceo GOP Presidential Hopefuls flames were estimated by the suffered out of
In Frierson Nichols today before placing her under ter. weather burns at ever 20 mile the building and tell In the guV
American Legion Post 8, was surgery that would leave the George P, Houston, 7(, of I. per hour. ter with a knife in his back.
a member of the Loyal Orderof blonde tot totally blind. til Second St., SW. died this AZALEA QUEEN
Moose Lodge 1023 was a If physicians find BO hope of morning at Winter Haven Hospital PALATKA (UPI) -A 20-year- Fight For MassachussetsCONCORD
member of Haynes Hedrick saving the eye infected by cancer after a long Illness, Jacksonville girl was named

Veterans of foreign Wars all It was to be removed shortly A native of Worth County queen of the 18th annual Aialea NH. (UPI Powers old the sweepstakes
in Winter Haven after the mmination. The Ga., bs came here from Al Festival here Sunday. .
He Is survived by Us widow, little Bowling Green, S, C., girl bony Gs. in INS. H* was a Patsy Watts was named queen New Hampshire sweepstakes officials should bring In $20 million in
Gretcheo Z (Stlefel) Hlntde of last her right eye In a similar retired citrus worker and a and Judy Clarke, 18, Daytona predicted today the lottery revenue for educational purposes
Winter haven; and one brother operation last July number of the Red Oak Bap Beach, first runner-up. The annual will pay oft !in a four-to. to the state in the next three
Otto Hints* of Irvlngton N. J. Vickl, daughter of s textile list Church of 01.., Ga event I II sponsored by the one vote Tuesday in the New years
Funeral service will be held worker, entered the hospital H* Is survived by his widow, Junior Chamber of Commerce. Hampshire primaryA One race will be held In IOU
tomorrow afternoon at t p.m. Sunday after celebrating her Mrs. Beulsh Houston of Winter referendum on the sweepstakes -on Sept. 12. Tickets for the
at th.r"Ott.Laughlin Funeral third birthday at home Saturday! Haven; three ions, Nedtord will be held to decide In sweepstakes will cost S3 each
Hom.-ChapeL Pastor August three week. in advance. She Leon C., and Luther! R., all of Hospital News which communities the tickets and hundreds of prizes will be
Bernhh I of the Grace Lutheran will bl three III,. old March Winter Haven; one daughter can be soldOfficials awarded for each tl million of
ChurdCof Winter Haven will 17. Mrs Toby Hoehn of New SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS said there was little tickets sold Each series of prli.ei I
otficlate and burial will be at When the child's plight Became Smyrna Beach; and two grand Winter Haven chase that aotl-sweepstakessentiment will start at 1100,000 and descend .
the Clue Protestant Episcopal known last Christmas, It children. Miss Frances Attaway, John that has been stirredup to a few hundred dollars,
Church Cemetery in Wil- touched oft a wave of public The funeral will be held at Durrence, Mrs. Jsmes L. Mason by a "Committee of 100" depending on the number of WHEEL ALIGNMENT

min cDe1. sympathy. Nearly $17,000 was 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Crisp Mrs. Win K. Blsnchsrd, would Jeopardize final approvalof horses nominated for the rac*.
Friend may can at the OttLaughlla. donated to the family, along Funeral Home ChapeL The Rev Hilton Henry, Elton E. MeKenxle. the controversial gambling
Chapel tonight betweecrind with tons of food toys and anew Douglas P. Jensen, pastor of Sirs Grady C. Bennett project
I, The family requestejtbat home at reduced rental the Hivendal Baptlit Church, James E. Merritt, and Edward J Powers a former $
In lieu of floweradonitwiti I Vickl's parents shared the will official, and burial I will Carolyn Cock r a n, Fred FBI agent who is executive director Demonstrationsthreatened 55
be made to the building toys with her eight brothers and follow in Lakealde Memorial Spence, James D. Bockover of the sweepstakes, said I 5
JJind: of Frltrson-Nlchols sisters and with orphanages ia Pak Mri. Charles I.. Didler Mri. he fait Wale overwhelming ma
American Legion Post 8. the CsroUnaa Friend may call this evening Julia Perachow, Baby Cynthia jority" of voters in 43 towns On
from 1 fn B .mt, the Crisp Chapel Williams. Mri. Horace Willi-- ... .. Any
when ia. tickets win De void --
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r ems, r i.-Robert Loop, Miss. at liquor stores and race tracks American
MICHL CUTRITO Kelll Proctor Mrs. Earl D. would allow their isles In the Car

Schedule Of Events Michl (Mike) Cotrufo. 83. of Overbey. Auburnd l ballotingPowers FilibustersATLANTA .

2" East Lake Elbert Drive Mrs George W Schroeder, GOT. John W. King

died Saturday afternoon A na James 1. Wherry Jr., Master and other swtepitikei .officials I Alignment performed by aped uedumlct; mint
Uve of Beral Italy, h* cam have carried on a well planned (UPI-Negro
I for to Winter Haves from Akron. Quinton Lake Thompson Alfred campaign to offset opposition to leader A Philip Randolph pro. modem precision equipment! Beplacenxnt parts

ExpositionMONBAY Ohio ia 1(51 lie wss a retired John 0. Kobslna.Loaghman. the sweeps by the "Committeeof posed Sunday a national demon. and .Ionian bar *djubDeat at?*, If hooded
builder and contractor. 100," s group of aldermen, itratioa against a threatened fil
educators and businessmen. ibuster over the civil rights bill
Cotrufo served with the US.
M"CM"e Mrs Herbert A. Peal
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in the Senate.
Powers said he has made
Army in World War I. and be- Halne City
ALL FLORIDA DAY
Randolph, head of the
nearly 70 speeches and broad. aleep-
longed to St. Joseph Catholic Mrs. Ruth Krause.
Tilt .."' -PU'la'a Citrus brae c.ftt..t, N.r* May Hall Church In Winter Haven Lake cast appearances in behalf of leg car porter union and architect !.
tilO-,.m.-Slrawarll an Ilka lll.trTUISOAT f f:' Eagle the sweepstikei since he took of the 1K3 march on Wan?,. BATTERIES
He Is survived by his widowf Walter Guthrie
,10Oobh: dau legion also
IO ; bulldinp over last Sept. 24. proposed that an $844
Bertha Cotrufo of Winter Haven Ft Meade Dependable
famous

churches la the make long:
: 1 hive been delighted with country keep
MARCH 10 ; one aster, Edna Cotrufo Pat Cleveland. lira
doors 24 hour Arc batteries
the tremendous attention that'a open a day if the
; nonoA ciTius rnocutois ..
Milt
of California and brother
; one "
10.09 I liMklti and .. been paid to the aweepataies in filibuster starts 1(1 people eaa
MUway
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Mrs. Clifton M. .
liOO: pm.-"prone: Fa A Day ;r.ta May Hall. (Datit ape et Dominick Cotrufo of Akron. Meyer New Hampshire, pertly becauseof come in and pray for a victory" g
II. ..arm,. at I U) Funeral services will be held lake WalesAdolph this opposition from the for the bill. $
TiOO ,.", -*l.'lia Clt.". Praa..*rt Di...., Na May Hall.. Tuesday morning it I s.m. at Murphy, Mrs ," Powers said. committee He laid the Issue U one of MUFFLERS 89 .
.,.R..III ky Ta"" M I'atrl: Cawfa (lI Uvllatltiiall St. Joiepha Catholic Church. James T. tl l. th. most critical la the historyof High quality Jig
510.w-FIre .rka one L.h. Slice. Davenport Flu
The miss will be celebrated the Negro rue and that
...... Mikl kuUm! sin.WiDNiSDAY.! FRED lUlL make mufflers.:
10.00 p 'i bJ the Rev Father Matthew Miss Virginia Mlncey.StrNDATI people' filibusters" could be Iatta1Jaf1olfftf01t

MARCH 11 Connolly Burial will be at MIAMI (LTD CUMm.rial conducted la homes and on
CORONATION DAY Lakeside Memorial Park. DISMISSALS candidate Rep Fred Karl street corners "where free debit '
10:00 *.*.-IiMklta cod Midway. ..se The recitation of the Rotary Winter Rave said Sunday the refusal of Jacksonville or the merits of the bin Bt.rrt .BnBIi.rBB
hOO"O,.aii Fr A D.,", Here May Hall. (ID.. .t William E. Bafgrtt Mra.Erne.t .
n apes for Cotrufo will be held at the Mayor Haydon Bums CIA be held so the whole nation M Ne hr Th.
II, warmy, at III) tt-Laughlia R. Dintiler, Mrs. 110 debit should cost him de- may be tired up against the fU.lbu.t. a hk Lie.LLw ,,, ees rte
Chapel this
9,00 '.M.-c'R': tail, Nice May Hall evening John H. Ford Jr, Miss Pamela eat i la the race for governor. .,."
510 .w-Flr.w.rta .. Lake Silver at T:30. Friends may ciU Second Tire OFF
I0>00 's.le -Iakiblt beildia/e sP.NTHURSDAY at the chapel this evening. Franks, Mrs. John B. Karl said "If a men will not The Negro oust net let the /
Hammock, Robert Howell let himself fee
compared then 1 emotional ftm of protest and
MARCH 11 Mrs Donate B. Richburg! and I can only think he is afraid of petition cool We must speed re 't Flyaton't
RMH riUIT OAT JOHN 0. KOBZLNA Infant son Ward K Wjrtind.Aikimdale I he( comparison." the revolution because we don't Safety Champion wyions
10:00 .....,-f.Uiti ..* Mldwat .... John 0 Kobiins. 77. of 4M He said that Bums' repeated hive toe much tine The civil I
|,,00 pj*H-"pu.II 1, ... A.t Day'II)'. Nr. May Halt ((0.*" .,*i| at Buena Vtata Drive. Lake Aired Jamea Hargrove, )Ira. John stand ea the Issue of debating l right revolution I* already la ', .el saes 4. rn M M ass lwTA14

LOG >.m.-.r.it warmg*...'i DIR".'. NalMl ..a-J Ar.wyr TI.li died early tfcl morning w. Ingram Mrs J.mel.Ioa... important state problem. with conflict with twe ether revohttena > =11.10 110.90 21.05
..lylliOO in the Winter Haves Hospital Mrs dinoa Olive and Infant live other Democratic Candida- -.*cience and social '

'...-"Owes F. A D.,", Nr May Hall (10.... apt *l Mewing a ihart Obeli.H daughter. Danny Stevensea. lee for governor Is "disgrace Randolph spoke at a Negrt ( Lr tl 14.0! 1147 !U0 T!.!!
',10, war. at 41. is survived by M* widow. h.t") mass meeting
':JO ,......-lr.w.rkl .. Lib Sever Mri. EMU, M Kobefe elLalit flalits City TA.II 11.70
1101 Tl.47t
'10.00 ,...._I.IIlltit; kIl4iR"; a elseFRIDAY I Alfred and a eon John MlM. NeB Hay*. Mra Winston lllg

MARCH II Ketstns of Tampa MAes.
AGRICULTURAL PAT i Funeral irrantemrnU are Incomplete ,... City John Funeral Home
I 10,00 .jnfl.hlbla" an1 MIIII.ay *M* and will be annminr.1 Mrs Jim't t'ttichuuoa. Crisp
11.10 *.!*<-Comer's Off,. lmtk*.., Nee May Hell Sc... eel by Ott.UiifhUn Funeral D..4)re
and ky SIrWa Qrnia M.f.. ..al, .** nrU& Crfra Horn st a later date Nathan Maoa. I
!...*!*> (l Ix.H.tlM.O, --- -- U 201 Fist Sheaf Seth ,
f 10 .jN.-....w.h as Lai .oIw" I Expert
10.00 ,..*-ti \/rIIJ e/e ,1e. Winter Haven Fl fW. M.re yaw donor kvy MUS..

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Plant ContractTo I ..III"M"'r.''''''a- '......... ..t,.-,.,:;"" ,.. ...,.".,.... ._ _._"'- ,.., ...,. Get Counselor t Course Slate L :


Mn George Coatello rxecutive Dog ohaatlenr tour ses'telU'beepensond

H. B. Lane n AA director> of the Heart lF e, i by the Winter.Haven t -,

nf Florida Girl Scout Council M Recreation Department *fMJ,''*
'e has appointed Mn Robert Eul : spring Bob Hill, tuperlrMM.
Tampa Electric has signed a q
contract In excee ot II miluon h ,rt w man of Winter Haven as .1 ant of tM department" an-,
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with the H B. Lane Contractor, p- w new member of the staff nouncM today .
Inc. dredging firm for preparation IIn. Kaetnan, who hn haj I (lasaea to both the ID_c edmtf -,
experience a* a camp coun I i r
of land for
a new generating and beginning stages of
(cellos business manager of i I
plant at the Company'sBig I
Girl Scout C former training! will be offered Hilt
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public re
C. Uaclnnei announced [ t s; '. al ., 0 assistant for the aad( ,,,.
day 0 ; MvenCOUntiel I' The 19 week profr1tt; 3.

The fill on the 330-acre site Other ataff members lervtnt scheduled to start on Monday-r

and the dredging of a two-mile "1 + the area beside Mn Costello Man 1.. wish. a meeting of *U
channel will tart In about and Mri Eastman art district persona Inttreeted In entering
ninety day. rn adviser Mn R E. Maughan thrlr<< dogs In either the begin-
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Big Bend will be a coal-fired 86 of Lake Wales, Mn Harlan Dens or Intermediate coarser .
generating plant, planned for Herbert of Lakeland, Mrs I The meeting, which will bw
future supply of up to four million a Df Gloria Moativerdi of Ormont, k ''E'' 'i a Y open to the puhlk\ will feature
kilowatt, a* compared to T r+ ow ', $ Mill Dent Negri ot Ocala; of. an orientation by Paul Wletten-
present total company capacityof rFl ll,. tie manager Mrs Marion I born of Lakeland who will al10 .
939000 kw from three its- Price of Ilainet City, be the Instructor f V M
tion. Construction ot generators tary Mn George course. He will give t demon1"ttratlon
at Big Bend la not planned Davenport and fun time"C"'I' with all dog, Shotile. ..

to tart until the late 1960'* or Walmilejr unleer registrar of Davenport, Mri and movlea on dog trawing. ... .. :I,
early 1970*, however will be ahown
The Company 1* now building RAIN SNOW THUNDERSHOWERS Thundershower ere forecast for the Pa- The balance of the cUiscfare .
a 250,000-kilowat fifth generating cific Northwest with tome mow In the Rocklet. More mow I I. forecast for the already CONTROL BOARD planned to be heM at the
unit at Gannon Station and plagued Southwest. Snow If forecatt for the eettern section of the Great Lakes and TALLAHASSEE (UP) The THE DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Is receiving e special little league ball field etcfi "..
will build a sixth generator the extreme northeastern section of the nation Ram ti forecast for the Ohio and Board of Control will have a medal from the United Stetel Treasury Department for Monday night with the bcftrl- ..
and possibly a seventh at Mississippi i Valleys, the Atlantic coastal state* end the Appalachians and Gulf Stilts regular meeting it TallahaiaM helping to tell bonds during 161, Michael' J. Mainguth, sees Gannon prior to beginning construction FAIP. ... won th er It.. tArAi4.v.. ... ft.v,* iliA,.... Central Plaint.. on March 11 It will alto attend area manager for the savings bond division, left, Is ore- o'rll'lI. and the intermediate.
at Big Bend special ceremonira naming a clan from 1:30: to I:80 o'flbcf:
Florida Zones Five Day Forecast I LOCAL OUTLOOK university building for a former tenting W. E. Rynerson publisher. with the medal Graduation exercise and a
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Fair member fun match will be held at the
I today and tonight To. .
Five day forecast for peninsular '
Panhandle Florida for beginning morrow partly cloudy with The Florida State University Winter Haven Tennis court at
period Show Decrease
ParachutistDies Florida tone forecast: building will be named the Fruit Receipts the completion of the course on
T and ending
p m tonight chance lorn showers In afternoon -
Mostly cloudy today, Scattered James L. Love Building Love, May ILThe .
showers and thundershowers T p.m. Saturday: High today In 80*. Low a Quincy businessman and fee for the entire court
mainly this afternoonand Temperature through Saturday tonight in 60'*. Southeast and farmer served at a member of Cannery receipt for the week I I period last season: grapefruit 11 $10. and doge being
In Fall tonight becoming partly will seasonal average normal:3 to I degree. Someter couth wind 12 to 20 mile* per the board from July 1, 1955. ending Friday were M3IM1 U,ON,632, oranges 45,124,410.tangerlnea must be at least eight entered mouth
cloudy and colder late tonight about hour. to his death oa Sept. t, 1961 boxes compared to 1908,711 308,4&1. old by the time ot the tint Jet
and Tuesday High today In theTo's comp I ea a expec fed avers g e boxes 'In the previous week, n Weekly fruit shipments forth
ADELAIDE Australia (UPI) low tonight 50 to 60 Small highs and low an: Tallahassee production slackened before the week ending March 6 totaled ton, Hill nld.Restitution.
-Donald West, one of Austral 75 and 53 Tampa 80 and 61, Valencia ripen In another 610809 boxes compared with will be conducted
Southerly
craft warning displayed Temperatures .
ia' leading sports parachutist, wind 15 to 30 miles per Miami 85 and 65. No major couple of week 661534 the week before. at the first meeting However
plunged 12,500 feet to his death temperature change expectedbut The weekly summary was Last werk shipment total advance preparation maybe
Sunday while taking part la a hour 15 today to ,30 shifting miles to north hour a little cooler north portion B1 United Preen International Mllml . ... .... n 10 Issued today by H. M. Riley were: grapefruit 393120, orange made by calling the recreation
world record attempt in baton tonight erly and continuing per Tuesday. Tuesday night and \Vedneiday Low IIIgll Miami Beach. ... .. n 78 acting director of the Divisionof Monw, tangerines 19M. department at CY 4-1000.
passing. Rainfall will likely total about Twin Cities Fruit and Vegetable Inspection temples 30,119 tangeloi 13, mur-
West, 29, had made more North one quarter Inch North Forida Albuquerque ..... ., 21 41 New Orleans: :::::::: ,; : Florida Department of cotti 8,420. ROBBERY

than 200 'Jumps and had represented Fair today and tonight except and little or none South Forida. Atlanta .. ......... 54 77 New York .... ..." 31 411 Agriculture, at Winter Haven Th. ....11II'. shipment total TAMPA (UPI) Police were .
Australia in the world some morning fog Increasing Birmingham .......66 80 Orlando .. .. ......62 IT Lilt Wf'C'..'. cannery total for period ending March t, searching this weekend for.thres./
parachuting championship leaMassachusetts cloudiness and some bower wind 12 to 20 miles per hour. Boston ............. S8 4S Philadelphia ....... U 54 were: grapefruit 284.44 oranges were: Grapefruit 1694,330, orange men who robbed a jewelry itort':'"*
in 1962. Tuesday High' today near 80, East Chicago ........_.14 31 Phoenix ...... ..... .32 .1 M74I1, tangerine 201, 4151,774 tangerine 1- of US,000 In merchandise
West plunged to the earth at low tonight around M Southerly Fair and continued warm Cleveland ......... Is 14 Raleigh ... .. ..." .00 13 The (..l4In'. cannery total 137,476, temples M22M. tan. The bandit, wearing masks .
more than 120 mile per hour, winds 12 to 20 miles per hour, through Tuesday High today toso's Denver ,........... I 211 St. Loula . . ... :t8 114 for the period ending March 2, grin SOI.337, muKOttl 105,107. and carrying pistols, robbei 4Z ;
passing and receiving a baton billing to northerly Tuesday low tonight near 70 Southeasterly Detroit .... .. .. ... S3 IT San Francisco .. .. ... n 18 were: grapefruit 8W4754, oranges I Totals for corresponding period five employs and a customer
from other Jumpers all time, wind U to 20 miles Jacksonville! .. .. .. .65 IS Seattle ... .... ..... ::11 4S 22,701379, tangerine I,, last Mason: grapefruit I,- of about Woo cash and then
which equalled the world rec Central per hour Kansas City ..... .. .. 30 40 Tampa .. .... ...... II 11' 132,854. I ''',laO. orangea 6(0',670, tangerlnei cleaned out the dlaplay. ,caaea.
ord. Fair today and tonight Tuesday Keys Lo. ADlele... .. n IS )1'eahington7 118 Total for the corresponding 1,320.747 before fleeing "
But bin, main chub Called fn partly cloudy with chant t Partly cloudy through Tuesday ----- --_._ ._._ _._- >I
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open and; his reserve chute coma showers -Oln afternoon : High today 82, low tonight
I opened too late only 500 feet I High today In BO'i, low tonightIn I I 72. Southeasterly wind 15 to
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APHIDS AND PLANT LICK: luck the vital plant juice* results than vice versa," vrr 1T :
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With the coming of pring from the leaves, permanently will always be true. Cheap y
aDd a profusion ot new growth destroying them with I poorly grown plant are themost -: "
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oa all plant, Aphid and curled or twisted ahape. expensive
Thrlp will be multiplying Control U easy with Black: run. Plant what you feel you e ldi
rapidly These tiny insect Laf 40, Malalhlon or D. D. T. can and will properly main
AZALEAS ANDCAMEUTAI tain.
PRUNING
Hock Friday Hie 11thMldnIN Al lOOn a* your Azaleas OUt back and prune to shape i t. i''
Spook Show and Camellia finish bloom. any planting that need it
Ilili PM log fertilize them with one DOW. Recovery and growth will
2-11! Hwrw Hto-4 of the especially prepared be rapid at this time of year
RAVIN"Til
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tOI. OF THI Azalea and Camellia tertilta.en Prune, or cut back only to
ILOOO HUNTMS Both these plant feed keep plant to desired shapeor
heavily and require a great site or to obtain a symmetrical S.
deal of water during the or full appearance. :
TONIGHT IS 7MI NIGHT spring growing period Prune Very few plant need pruning :
Azalea sparingly, only the purely for the tike of
TO eO OUT TO A MOVI81
taller whippy growth, to keep pruning Large cut en tree
them la a ymetrlcal shape. or large shrubs will benefitif
OPEN 1:4: $ P.M. DAILY Camellias do not lend themselves painted with aa especially ,
Cosirimimn. from 2 P.M. to pruning at aIL Never prepared pruning compound t n d c
fertilize any plant in a dry Available it your garden supply ,5. 3 5rf x a y ,
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or wilted condition. stores. r

IIDEToday NEW is a PLANTINGSNow good time to do Depart from PATIO the usual, and .\ ; ? w\:: \ e
any new planting you hive In try a few of your favorite
mind With the growing sea- annual, or even vegetables,
tin W.dnesd< win benefit from the fun Bell pepper, chive, lettuce,
it brussel sprouts and
growing season planted many
OODAYIS&BH1lDJrIS'l' E now Prepare the plantingarea other may give surprising 3 ;
\' properly by adding peator result and add Interest to i
.l' URUWIINprnKIAWHlRI( [ comport along with some your patio. Grouping el dJ- d' A a'' ,.. '
of the forms of organic fertilizer ferret annuals, a few of each, "M Y ,
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The old saying "A grown a* pot plant, will give ,
J DCADRtNGCR dollar plant In a five dollar you more color thai lay-
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.I. 4JOSHOHN togjislI Menag sables. : Viet Nam, sad growing boston tbaetthdayofUMwIthSfTtototta that he will gram Tbe three aewtmea apentconsiderable Republican presidential
CHARLES i time trying to find nomi
7 ql Peleyt 1 In Borneo where Malaysia' and *. an Informal three-network totervlew
JACK IEAHAN .. .. '*JISseSali WMw to be seen this Sunday out whether Johnson felt ha sauce, did .to teak "made ta
1 A MW American "get tough Indonesia hive rival claims. TIM BOOB la approaching Hi extends a practice begun suecassfully really had a good Job. He the Mew Hampshire. primary

PETER J, SULLIVAN MrnlElrt N ..,.r polity against communism I Ia are sewn a* evidence of new phase. by President Kennedy hedged politely when asked. If ..It'. a little presumptuous to
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NATIONAL ADVERTISING MPMSINTAW SEATO's limitations in preserving gvoning stars are Venus The late Chief Executive: for more got &

Sktnntn i Attcitoi, liie ,I .3Mey. M II. la the aee* law months. Such a regional security. and Juptter.Oa """' n od new charnel for .mmmHcommunication yeara. made.

> move stems frees the alarato British Elections: this day la history: ; ; between the -
int.nd. hand Class Mall M.ttw S.pt. *, IM4 ilhd .*OM*>
In Wtotor Hi.t, World, miJor.I.f Mtul |, tint Red late k bat VM Him The British elections may be la slay Abraham Lincoln ran President and the nation when

.... aid Late, and I MarmtaatlM put off until next October The for his. first political o ie*-the la he the reviewed White his House first in two an years off DIAL WSIR Program 1490

: .. MEMtElt AUDIT lUKIAU to atop ... Diplomatic observers Conservative government 01 Illinois Legislature Ht lost. tbe-cuff chat with three newsmen .

OF CIRCULATIONS .fa Tokyo took for a Prime. Minister Sir Alec Douglas la im, tile warships "MonJ. eight days before Christmas MOfmAY a'::10 VeJutl Mutual For ll.00 ..LhdngAOEaeooe

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about- for four hours off Hampton The Innovation 540: Your l1IItIIa Gard.
MEMIEP.Aitl tepj>ed-tip military aid die of next month because of Kennedy recalled .::1) J(1ICueI N...
Roads Va, in a highlight enfigement the radio "fireiidehats" ..1& Want a Job /4i 0004iIIIr
*. M.", "., UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL for South Viet ham, the neuralfet the strains on the country's economy of the Civil War. 4 to Ho... i Highway 1:11I: Labe JIIo New.T.n.,
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of Mutual
NATIONAL use government of Laos, and Earlier expectation In : Nws
1947
one of the longest Roosevelt There talk use 1,55: WItat' Mum!,,,'
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... ASSOCIATION r. now for India as well as stern tax relief as a "oll.c.lcbln Ii
some strikes In ':U.1. Shaw
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.. .. .< 'I.. this aowap.p.. e4 w.N) a all UPI' warnings to Red China that the boost for the Conservatives has 440 days S.when hlitory the ended United after that Mr Kennedy, who was assssslnated 1:10 Tad:: Mutual Today In Nwa Folk Csaiy .:. Mull ......
Ntwi Oi.pttchti. last November /m: Dtak 1IftIa1l show
United States Intends to holdfast been written off, In feet the I Ins Sing Alone .
Iron Workers came to terms : -
have In Er..asg
might participated a ro =
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ADVERTISING DEADLINI at all points In Asia where government may even tighten with the Case Manufacturing 1.00 Wand Nara lei Ktlas Show
similar yesr-end Interview again
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT the Reds have bee a exerting the lax screw Political sources Co. of Racine, WU. 1:05: llpo" Roundup : Mutual News. Show
... ly the Wordi P.M, Prt.Lui Doy. ly tk. In.ki. I P M. '... ... Dty.Loatl pressure. say this probably would induce In 1962, U miners killed 111 December, and that the prac- ego 1:11: WiU' surest Rarest nil. ='aI-l pN.gwoi55
Netleti. I P.M, Prt.ioul Diy. Sundty. Edition Dttdllntl. Frldiy. Allied Patrols the election' postponement froma In i a coal mine were lice might have developed Into /: Mutual N.... 1110 D1e1l s slaw
explosion in occasion. HI : Mutual Me
a yearly
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DISPLAY DEPARTMENT Western Allied officials tentative date in June to tt.e .
11m Mtauaa Roll
are I West Germany. 7.00 yblton Lt." z. : Mao
... 'Sunday ill.1 PM Tkond.y! Monday EditionI''' PM. F'1d.ylTuuday ) keeping a close watch on their tall June II considered the earliest Like the Kennedy Interview lot th. our 11:11: 1Mek 14yrl.h Ib.. .
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Edltl.n-N.n Stturdtyi Thursday Friday I the Johnson conversation will Nws T/me any
Ad East Berlin military patrols. A practicable date, with October .. Moo: Mutual Ne.5
In T:10
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Communist propaganda um.pIID virtually the only other be an hour la length and taped T:05: Mate Bey.nd ho It&rI An.mbOa
M.mbr -Memories- In advance on Saturday, The ":00 Mutual Non S2OS Farm a Gros New.
S ulh.rn N.wsp.p" Pukllihon A..I.II.." denouncing these motor. alternative-and the latest time sob Club 1490 11:10: Cht with the Iberllt
M.mb.r Florid Pr,.l AnecUfUn ted patrols for allegedly violas feasible Johnson discussion is described 5 ::91) Mutual News 12:11: Potts. ... Ir.
lug traffic rules and endangering X) YEARS AGO .s being in the nature of a review 1:10: Club 1490-Nighlb.d' 11:90:: S, Ii With J4u.t1o
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East Berlin lives has .. Uln Margaret Grace Pickett, ... 06 Club 14110 13:31: Perry Como
caused some fears the East Mutual N.n 114 6 TadeydInN!: Nen
Wall Street daughter of Mr. and Mn. A.I I President t 1ao .60
Germans might try to halt A. Pickett. was registered It'' Johnson's conversa- 10.01 MutudoNewi-r rio0 i reset.tbm Mab; .
A Thought For Today"But them. In recent .weeks the Florida 1 Ion Is expected to be similar In 10 06 blonds stows a W.atlltr 1:15: VISOR Editorial
Reds have stepped their Southern College for format to the Kennedy talk The 10.10 lip Off 1:15: MUlti assn the Clalllcl
up .
the spring term. TUESDAY 1'10 Mutual New.FlIS
harassment of the patrols The Chatter Kennedy program was taped in oaring II.IS HIIft1. .. Hllth..a,
latest Incident last week 10 YEARS AGO the White House Network Pleas Car 210 Mutual N....
I rejoice in the Lord greatly, that now at the came All spokesmen that Sunday1 interview a 00 Mutual Nw. 126 Home a Highway
when Communist police halted requests for solicitation say 105 GnncI Morning 4.011 Mutual Nws
last your (interest) care of nt (my welfare) hath I U.S. Army patrol car in East NEW YORK (UPI) Brad uthorlzatlon cards by variousrganiiatloni will be broadcast at 6i 160 Mutual News "OS lrome a. Highway

flourished (revived) again; wherein y' were also care Berlin and held it for 43 mlntes. bury K Thurlow says "the famous were to be approved p.m"i EST on CBS.TV and ato 1,11 GnncI Florida Mnmllll News a lIaII.1.1 415 400 Want Mutual a N.Job..
lacked 800 level I In the Dow- by the board of directors NBC-TV, and at 10 p.m., EST, T:00: Mutual Nan 4 41) Hnmo a Hillb.-a
ful (indeed thinking of me), but y. opportunity has beacrolled of on ABC-TV, : Good Momllll I 00 Mutual News
The Reds said the ear was Jones Industrials the Winter Haven Merchants -
: Fishing Roo.1! 5:05: Ping Alllnr
(to dhow it) Phil 4JO held up for speeding and 14other and the whole speculs- Association. Last March 28, about three 1:06:: Good Morning 5:00: Mutual Nan

I What a delight it is to a spiritual leader's heart traffic violations West- live community la breathing 8 YEARS AGO months interview after President Johnson Kennedy's vice- : Mutual Florida N.News.... a Washer F'9s 1:00: IItnll World Alone Nons

when thoee with whom he has worked have the interest ems source said these were easier," Mr. and Mrs. as Good Morning Evening
E. L Davis had
Communist lies. "For while one may expect president, lit for a similar, informal r:5g: Morning 8porte Reel.. "OS Spent! Roundup
for his welfare to be revived, to sprout and bloom into the 55 their guests Mrs J M Ja- half.hour conversation 5 00 Mutual N... 5,15,: Tredln Poet
De Gaulle Shakeup: a respite from pseudoophisticsted
1'04 Warn EdItorial "'::10 Wan Street Rooport
>> activity again -Dr. Albert L. Carnett Reports In Paris sir presl- jargon of Dow- I cob, of Dahlgren Va, Mrs with three reporters on one net- n: : MorninIr 1 News Roundup coo Mutual News
dent Charles de Gaulle may Jones Industrial numbers, The :DID Reason and Mr. and Mrs. work, ABC.TV To no on.'. sur Good o": 1:15:: l0 xelghbor

shake up his government when atmosphere Is now more re- Roy Andus of Lansing, Mich. prise, it was clear that televi

h. returns from his state visit iced, more confident, as --- -

News-Chief Editorials to Mexico later this month. The hough a major crisis of some

ministry for refugees may be sort had finally been weathered
rapped, and the minsters of It Is In just such periods of
industry, cooperation with Afrl- satisfaction and complacency
More Problems For Citrus.
ca, scientific research and conruction hat major tops are made How. \ ,

.! shifted to other Jobs. ; ever, this time even the most i .
.
The future of citrus is presenting a challenge that There will be no changes' in themain stubborn bears seem to have de- & to .

is going to weed out the men from the boys. During the cabinet posts veloped a yen for the buy side

period when citrus was dealt a terrible blow the SEATO Chsngesi of the market if only I to profit I
,' The word Is that the Philip. from just a few quick trades of Winter HavenThe
l' 1962 deep freeze certain industries got their
plllll probably will renew its before the party breaks up. This
chemists busy and came up with a synthetic product call to put more teeth into the makes the prevailing short

t .that is going to cause trouble. It is being produced by Southeast Asia Treaty Organs term bullish sentiment about

It ,... : t'B\.tdl\ Eye, a division of General Foods The name of nation (SEATO) at the 10th an- unanimous,"

'1:. the new product !III "Awake" and it has been market I

"" i U t d.,Tha narne U quite appropriate many ways. OH YOUR TELEVISION DIAL I IWDIO. .

It's for &e sleepy head when he arises( in Uve.morning, 1

:"J;:: and it i if for the grower who is going to''have to be Chen.ei. .TT 1 Ckmiwl WflA-T'*I WFTVTVClwiiMl. f WTVTTtClwinwl' 11 Spec arzed Job of Savings ad LetatS"A&OC iORI

i *" awake to stay in business. CIS NIC ARC CSSMonday

t .:; .,.. The Birds Eye people boast that it beats "orange I Orion** Tempe Oriin* Temp.

i 7:.. 1" Juice' ways" and here is what they have to say about NIGHT March 9

-"Sr Sw: 1-ttstei better I 2-nutrition content in vitamins C-

I CL."BA !ia "supposed" to be higher j 3-the cost per can I *,iOO-Ntws Nowi, Sports Ntwi, Wottkor Pull NtwiEdUtrltl
:-L is lower than concentrate; and 4-it is supposed to be i '"ll-$,...., Wlhr Wttthor Spt Sports, W'th.
,., 4:10: -CIS Now "MIC News AIC News CIS News
> more convenient to use. There you have it. This is certainly MS, -CIS How* NIC News Otklt CIS N.w.7,000l.t .

r. no time for growers and processors to sit back ,
Y*_ Don't Sty Ht.o Gun, Movl
,..7 complacently. This is the time to roll up our sleeves I Till' Dlftit You OM' Say Will! Trawl ."Sy ntr*"

1 :T and figure out how to sell FLORIDA CITRUS. We! 7.4S TiJO:. ::T T** Toll Toll:I Trash Truth: Monday the Maine d Outor Outor Llml LImOs: : l Rt1 Milk luHonlI Yaks

j "' "*" :00-I'vo A Soro "Th If Outor Llmlti M'rlotl ',ud.
:-.a ;L "
and new methods. S:JO-l iy Show Tilni, ll, Wig.* True J.", .. 5.,...,
_Si4S, 4. ty Stiow '.rry J...., Wtt. True, M..I.

t:00: -Dinny Tkmi Ktnnttk Mr Wage Yr.!" Dtnny. n.", .,
Beyond Expectations fil'I-Dtnny Tkmoi M... tt Movies Wtf** Trtln Danny Thtfflol
.; ; ic10..Andy, "ffll" Hollywood a w.... Trtl Andy Griffith
*,,4-Andy Griffith Tk* Star. W*.o* Teals Andy Srllfitk
In bringing "Queen For A Day" with its Jolly

master of ceremonies Jack Bailey to the Citrus Exposition '0:00-t..t SMtSlnf. Aloof Irttklnf Point. last t\M\
101w.' Side with Mltik .,..kl., Paint Wart Side
for the week, no one realized that the demand 0:10: -l<,t Slo1./ Sing Along Sneaking Point last Jld./ This Is The Place For You!
for tickets for this event would run into the thousands 10:41- Wan Side wok Mit.kreline Point W... Side!

gCi The requests have been staggering and they are still 1,00, -Ntwi Now S,t, Wtr Nwtlln.* Ntwt, s---;
1,11, -Soorti, Wtktf T..I., Shew S'1edd! Wtdtr Wtktr, Itortd)
-- 0. i arriving As many as can be taken have been assigned. I.IIID-Th..t" o> TtoigM Show N. H. Prlmtry, (1t..I., 101

-_:_ JV j like the Exposition officials, realize that the situCation 1,41, the Star Ttolaht Sh." Lt. Skew Rotrlnf. 201

M could react against the good name of Winter MORNING March 10
Tuesday
-* : Maven, but we also realize that those writing in were If you want honest

'lifting a chance on getting into the show so maybe all roo-WiituoFill Today Show Good Day
-will understand I M.vl.i T. .y Skew Now Good Day security for your
., '1Io-W..U, Today Show Mist; I.IM 6d Diy
"" Originally it was planned to have it in the amphitheater \ 141MII. Today Skew Mlcklt Evans Geed Day money plus attractive

but the Citrus Commission overruled that idea "Oo-c.I.t.. Today Skew Mleklo' Even. CtettliiKmftr

--/ r fear of rain or inclement weather. We still think lill- Ko.tr*. Today Show Mi.tt Evan ** earnings plus readyavailability
I,JO-C.H.I.I ,. Ttdiy Show Crtmlll C.ottl.Ktn .
*" t at l it would have been a good idea for we could have
:41- tines... Today Show Crt*** lll* .*r.* plus
3: ::;: ftken care of 1,500 more at this spot. Maybe next year
'Oo-AIII..I. Todty'l Mo.l. (litrtli' Monldf. Mov!* friendly people with
:: itwill be different. IHIIi.ry ""** Came Ctrtot...llo! "Sttk.tut
tiJO-Hm,tf loom ...." Crtnvlll O* Dope which do business
to
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10'00-CIS 1'1.... J. Ctrttdln Snlik Lessons -Wt- ;'lr- then let's get bet
i. Man And Space lOill-CIS: 1'1...* Ch',... Marsh Sttnlik La..... Abby Dtltt
tDlo-t Lena I*** Word tee Word D..l* *. I l*.* Le.y ter acquainted
!U.4S. -/I (..* Lay W.... br Wed Pride I Love U.v

:; By ALV1N B. WEBS JR. the worldwldg tracking network _
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HOUSTON (LTI-Th4 Soviet that tae United Stiles bar astablishgd I( -Tk* MiCoyl c.....tr'I.* Price I. Ri''t'' The MtCoylI.JO
::.. Union Is grooming a gloat to follow the course -,. a Gladys MltiU. lloki n* Ooioit I. Pot I Gladys I
--="7. multlsUf rocket for a DW of Its Its astronaut flights. In- :4'-.1. i Gladys Mlnbtf. &Lisle Tk. Oklort "ll Pot. t Gladys"
In!
space spectacular this moath- steed, the Sovl lu use highly laitrumcnttd AFTMNOOM Stop !
'jossibly ao orbital flight by 1 ships to aagmect. I
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.wo or more cosmonauts. the string of stations that n, -I*.. .l III Toe, Fkst. St.. Ky. Now*. Wt.tkrttm. ,
The silvery rocket bar bnrslitd I stretches generally northeast- Ml-4.v. .f( life 1..._," S... Key Slk. MW. i
on I launching pad at ward across the broad chest of I,JO-Ink (w Tmrw Tmtk wC PotkorKowwi. SrhTwwttdIGaldi.e .
Baikonur, a law nilga ssit- Russia. LlgM ..to._.*. loot >,,U.it belt .

northeast of thg Aril sees laKaiskhstsa As usual there has bees BO I hOO-AM Toil' Now.. S,.f*., T... .... t..e .t LIlt
Province la the advance word from Moscow 1,11....M Tall W.*..... mole Find Lone .t Life 1 a
steppes of southern Russia, concerning tilt Impending shot I.III-W.. To.e lot *tI ..... World rsneIe4SWerld
M. Bllkonur"II.. silo of the But usually! reliable U.S sourceg two 5....... taIPeI_ World. Tara
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huge cosmodromg which. hag add two duunct possibilities 1,00-PI ......... Lot's Mob A.. Snk.r. ,........ EARN
:l sent six Soviet cotmonauti Into sre: 'II..-Pi,...-. A 0..1 A.. Seth.,. Pawwrd OPer Annum
.. forth orbit In the pad three I -Another 'dual' flighf by I |:10-HO.M Prt, n. Dotter bay h. Coal H... Party r
:ear.. two rosmonauta .fat Mparata t:4S::H w. Pfr 11. D tc'0" I. He... Party_ WHIRL
j Ruuia'lad manned! spscojtjitbt. Votok ipaccthlpg. and an attempt eUUlN'llATI
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I ._._sky sod tilt world feat ipi*.. up was beligved .le have boss 141.: =U!*-.INI I!k4I ..'''....Poet Sap Os..e.Day. td. el 1NOM

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.-.-.. Two Youths Rescued I'6 Persons Die i [ Sunday Proves Bad Night




uht,Yank Bar. I From Drowning HereTwo On Highways ; ,I For Commercial Aviation


the \p mmerclal aviation had a waat of ..... Police reaehrasl.
hid night report (roes a rear HkttythataU
no@I. Winter. Haven youths, were swimming; la the lake Over WeekendMIAMI A l'"hnhlln airliner crashed M paaseaujan cad five

,I." I b Carolyn Cochraa, it 1117 Walnut i. when the girl went under. Beck- ,'. killing ill 30 persons aboard e..ben wire dIM.

' nrmi Ave, NW, and James over tried to rescue her bat he .I i u I here u. a rrs to Bottom, II alp ATI. D. NW.were also found himself to trouble. (UPI) At West which one crewman was from Pesters. to Ildorado sad

ot u rescued by three Winter The three boys, standing on persons died this weekend in killed And la both Boston and Bogota.

Bane boy Sunday afternoon 'the shore of Lake Cannon, automobile accidents en the I ondon big airliners made safe
from Lake Cannon. ruffed into the water sad bulled inndings despite mechanical ANthar DCS, canylac' bl aUeathttslasts
lad Mil, Cochran state's highways from a weekend
Bottom the pair to safety. The failures,
.b. hays were Identified ss like Mrs Roth Ai ih e. I seven holiday la 11-'". crashed
The Colombian plane, s Tax-
o and Aden Kornberier, SSD Bud.. months prefaant Dade County ader Airlines Iato a spilt leaf .home la a
two-eagine DCS
U. Of Miami NW, and Robert Boyce, MM housewife, died Sunday when crashed Sunday night 60 miles CMatfa t suburb sear OHere latarutsMal .
W. Lake Cannon Dr. her husband's ear Mew t tire Airpert early May.

After being pulled from the and skidded brio a canal near The es pilot. Daaay lithe efGary
lake the Winter Haven Fire Hollywood. M. was killed but new

EstablishingSpace Department, which had been James Aldine Iven, 20, Jacksonville Johnson Asks of the passengers was' reported

called to the scene, gave Bock. died Sunday ef Inju sertowy hurt

oven and Miss Cochran oxgyen ries received In s two-car collision The Snow Valley SU Airlines

and carried them to the Winter on the Jackjonville Expressway plane was brmgtag' a group of
SchoolMIAMI Haven Hospital. Both were Feb. 19. Congress ForManpower Chicagoans back from a week

admitted for observation lad A Largo woman, Shirley Ana n a end ski and toboggan outing. It

are in good ((Indit1o Fox, 23, died Sunday In a hit a power line and then
(UPI) The Unlver The Cochran and Bockover smashup 12 miles north ef Old Plan alammed Into the rear ef a

ally of Miami li establishingthe families express their sppre- Town In Dixie County: home in the Hoffman Estates

world's first! school ot outer elation to the Kornberger boys A trsctor-traHer struck and I ores A wing landed In the

and Bo> oe and to the Winter killed Augustine Cora, about 30. WASHINGTON (UPD-PresI- basement.Occupants.
apace sciences President HenryKing Haven Firs Department. be of tilt borne,
early Sunday as war crossing I apparently
dent Johnson called oa Con
Stanford announced this
State Road T near the Intersection sleeping' oa the upper
weekend. of State Road 804. FLrb gross today to provide both resources level were not seriously hurt

The school!, scheduled for South Senators Timothy Lawrence J.cbon.l. and the resourcefulness At Beetoa, a Tram World

September, eventually was struck and killed by a car toward better utilisation of theaallon' Airlines CoosteOatlon with 14
completion Saturday la his hometown Mul HOME TALENT ON 'QUEEN' These girls will model, feiMoni en "Queen for aboard made a hair raising

will study the environ berry. s Day" here this week, with the shows heed model, Mexine Reeves left In charge, manpower supply landing with Its MM wheel retracted

menu of Jupiter, Mars and Plan FilibusterOn Willie Foster Weed, 53, of The local girls who will display fsthlons ere, from left; JOIn Feye Senders, Kerol Johnson outlined _hath. early today There wars

Venus, Dr. Staotord said Ruskin, died In a wreck Saturday Kelly, Nancy Scott, Nancy Osborn and Pet Weitphal The latter Is a former Florida called "aa active manpower ao \tnjuriea.Capt. .

Dean of the four-part school night at State Road 45 and Citrus Queen.Course policy" In a report to Congress __ Alan W: Han, the pilot I Iuo

director State Road 674. required annually the Manpower ne was unable 10 sower the
will be Dr. Fred Singer, Rights Bill by
At least four persons died In nose wheel because et a break
of the National Weather Development Training
the Jacksonville area in non- For Nurse Aides la a hydraulic piston which
i Act of 1902.Congresnlend t .
Satellite Center for the VS.
raises and
I WASHINGTON (UPI-South.) traffic accidents Malcom X action It needed lowers It.
Weather Bureau.. era senators went Into a closed- A 39-year-old man drowned in The flight war TWA's 112
en several proposals,
Into Nine Mile Creek north of here complemented from Dayton, Ohio, to Baltimore -
The school will be divided door caucus today to complete "two
by
And Orderlies Planned new major
Sunday after he plunged from but It was diverted here
lour Institutes: The existing institute plans for a filibuster againstthe 1 To administrative actions," he
Form ,
civil rights: bill that could a bridge The Duval County said hecsufte of bad weather st both
of marine science the
,
tie up the Senate for a week or Patrol said Mymrick Preston A course for nurse aides and i.. trsntpodstloa\ and subsistence Johnann ssld Congress must Baltimore and New York.
institute of planetary bioscience, more. Johnson, Jscksonvllle, asked his I orderlies, a new kind of trainIng allowances for those living 1 see to It that; Another TWA plane, a trans

the Institute of atmospheric The meeting t was called wife to stop their car on the program under' the Man outside the normal commuting Youth unemployment Is not atlantic }Jet made a precarious
science and !the Initltute of In the office of Sea. Richard bridge so he could pick up a power Development end TrainIng area.Training Black PartyNEW allowed to unchecked landing at London Sunday The

Space physic Russell, D-Ga., Southern strategy wrench he thought he saw. The Act is being planned in of this type" Is being Poverty Is grow attacked, pilot of Flight T02 from New

Dr. F. G. Watson Smith leader at 10 a.m.-two patrol said the man stepped out Polk County. Training under carried oa successfully In Pi- YORK Educstlon Is strengthened.Areas York radioed ahead thst he
directs the year-old marine hours before the schedulednoon of the car and plunged over the the act is provided free for nellas County, until \now the only (UPIV-Msleolm) of high feared "complete hydraulic fall
Institute meeting of the Senate railing.A unemployed persons who qual I one la the stste. The set X, suspended official of the revltallsedFrequent unemployment ure" but the plane landed without

Dr. Sidney W Fox, now chairman Sea. Hubert H. Humphrey, four-yearold boy, James however, has provided more Black Muslims, said Sunday are uie of overtime Incident

of Florida State UI Vff. D-Mln., floor manager for the Thomas Younls\ Jacksonville, ify.Nurse aide and orderly training than 40 training projects' in night he war' forming a "blacknaUnnallit work la examined critically to

sity's Institute for space biosciences bill said there would be "no died of a broken neck when a will be open to unemployed Florida, Including clerk typists party" to lead N.. determine If It Is being used to Hundreds Flock
will move here In Julyto wheels and no deals and no discarded kitchen range fell on men and women betweenthe auto mechanics, electronic assemblers avoid .,
head the Institute of planetary weakea the him. The accident' happened in addition business grove in active self defensesgslnst adding more Job.Rul.1
waitresses
compromise" to ages of II end 55. In dlacrlmlnatloa Isstamped Continued One
white ( From. Page )
biosclence. measure passed by the House a the boy's back yard, police said the art provides training machine operators end others. supremacists."There .
out.Un.mplom.nt Harold Sellers 4 S BarranConnuy
Directors for the other two month ego Claude Prttehard 54, Jacksonville allowances for heads of families This program Is the Joint responsibility can be no revolution c p
without bloodshed Insurance Ieext.ndlel Inc., Tucker Builders,
and Is -
It
Institutes will be named later tried to pull a car from of $27 per week, ss well : of the Florida II.t.Emplo'm.nt .
I Stanford Hid.Island nonsense to describe the civil and the benefits la- J. T. Smith 4 Sons, John W
the of a burning houseSaturday Service end the
garage
rights movement la America at tressed.Proteetloa. Burr, W R. Helms, John G.
night and eollspied. Winter Haven Adult Vocational
r New York I revolution," Malcolm said under the Fair Wood 4 Aisoclstss, Ine T. L.
He died' a short time later ExpositionContinued School A of
System. meeting
I
Said
Malcolm was suspended lilt Labor Standards Act is extend Whltehead. L D 4 J. R Tuck
At nearby Orange Park, hospital sdmlnlstrstors has been
December ed. and B. 4 W. Builders.
New er
York leader
Ralph Edwin Langaton, 23. I ( From Page One) held as sa Initial step for plai as
(Continued From Page One) of the Black
Muslims
Stock ReportNEW Trloa, Ga., a sailor stationed at ; event, which Is co-iponaored by sing the nurse aisle training.A i after a
vil-
beselged Turkish Cypriot 'speech la which he said President I MShoppers'
be
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Florida Citrus Mutual will county-wide advisory com
In northern Cyprus. A new
late assassination
Kennedy's
was killed when a house traileralipped the unveiling' of the several new mittee Is also planned to aid
Greek Cypriot ssssult on the a of the "chlckana
YORK (UTD-) Midday off its 'Jack and emitted names to be added to the FlorIda in any future training projeetaAnyone was case "
village appeared likely. stock prices: his head. Langston was helping Citrus Hall of Fame.John Interested la this I coming home to roost. I
In Nicosia, the capital almost He said Sunday night he
14 now
Alabama Gas a friend set the trailer up In a T. Leiley, general manager training should report to tII.Lak.l.nd Convenience
all uniformed Greek Cy> has broken completely with the
American Can '1\4 .
trailer park.'Queen. of the Florida Citrus Exchange office of the Florida
print police disappeared from Motors 18% IIlacllNu.Um group which boa
American chairman of the! Hall State Employment Servicemen
the street and the city was 33American kept out of the fight for Integration .
American Sugar of Fame committee said thatas Tuesday or Wednesday March GUIDE TO
controlled! by armed bands of For and concentrated on .
Tobacco 2SH Day'Contillued
.
in the first two years of the 10 and U, or the Florida SI.t.Employm.nt
civilian irregulars. creating a separate black na
ga H
Anaconda Service la Winter
honor awards thoM this year
There were unconfirmed reports Coast Line 67HBsbock ( From Page One) tion.
Atlantic
will be posthumously named Haven Thursday and Friday,
that the British Malcolm said 'he bed not bean
peacekeeping 4 WUcox SWBendlx rived st Nora Mayo about 11 It is expected: that all six March II snd 1)
force war rigging field Corp.Bethlehem 48 o'clock for a rehearsaL' With Democratic: nominees for governor Invited to the annual convention
telephone lines in the city of the Black Muslims la
Steel 15\4 him were Jeanne Csgney, sister with least
at
along oneGOP
agstast the possibility that the Boeing U of movie star Jlmmle Csg I aspirant, and many other I 24 Beauties Chicago Feb M and that Elijah
violence would explode with Muhammad, leader of the
Borden 7N ney, who does the fashion report current and would be officeholders I
such force that normal comnunlcatkma Briggs Mfg. TV* on "Queea", and Gene will be present (Continued From PIN One) group, has not clarified his IN GREATER

would be cut. Burlington Ind. 48H Baker, who is the announcer. Coronation Ball to be held Wed. status with the organisation He
Most shops and storesa were 1 I said, however, he still regarded
Chesapeake Ohio TOtt The fashion models for the TOO RESTRICTED neaday night
cloied. Chrysler sew week's show were picked Sat. Miss Sue Scsrbrough, of himself as a Muslim WINTER HAVEN
LONDON (Uri) Labor Malcolm critical of
Turkish Cypriote
Greek and Cities Serrlce MH urdsy by Maxine Reeves, head Pensscola, (sat year's queen, wear
morning just member of Parliament George the doctrine of violence
battle this
opened noa
will the new One
crown queen.
Cocs-Cola 121% modeL They are Kerol Kelly,
hours after the United Nations Colgate 42e Joan Faye Sanders, Nancy Wlgg charged Sunday that an of the assignments of the new preached by major civil rights
cesseflrela announcement of t Royal Air and said
orgsnlsstlons It
observer arranged a was s
will be to act
Cone Mills 18% Scott, Nancy Oabora and Patty queen probably
the southwestern region. Force church service wee deception ea the Negroes "be. r
43HCurtlssWrlghst the official hostess of the
Continental Can Westphal. ss
The warring factions used damped "reitrlded." He said Cause they .have. only to eiera-
18% A of 44 Florid. Exhibit at the New
approximately
heavy machine gum, grenades, crew that other RAF documents given Ine the falhire of this so-called IKe.N INIXMNSIV'a
Douglas Aircraft 23% persons Is here to stage the York World's Fair.
.
bazookas and mortars in the similar security classifies-\ revolution to produce any poll.live
Do Chemical W five shows Besides Bailey, Judges for the contest are
claih. Fires rued out of control lion Included' : Aa advertisement results \in the pile year." CUSTOM WORK
In Psphos and nearby Kit- Du. Pont 280% Miss Csgney, Miss Reeves, of a vacancy for a chief Walter Page and James Hopkins Rf-UPHOtSIfEIHG i r

ma and mortar shells fell into Eastern Air MU sad Baker, these Include Harry superintendent of typists a of the Florida Citrus Com- -
bulldoters Eastman Kodak 128% Mynstt, rice president of ABC; mission Staff; Franklin P. Local Riders
Armored
the towns. memorandum advertising a vacancy
0 Auto Clan a Slit Covers 0 Convertible!. Tips
were seen in the streets Ford Motor MV4 Ed Kranyak producer; and Hap for a cblel, superintendent Rust general, manager of the
The Greek Cypriots claimedone General Electric MH Wymaa, director. la addition of typists, a memorandum Illinois State Fair; Marlon (Continued From Page One) CempleU Selection. af Fsbrlss

of their men was killed by General Motors C1HGens to the "Queen" crew brought advertising a vacancy' for a Johnson, president of Coronet nets Special Geishas, ownedby
a Turkish Cypriot sheltered behind Telephone 32H here from Hollywood, Calif, welfare officer at the treasury, Model Agency la Miami, sad If,. and Mrs, John A. ItIly.I Hicks Upholstering & Glass Shop

a British armored car. Georgia Pacific M't there Is a staff ef techniciansfrom and a notice of a vacancy In Cody Bailey, of West Palm I ly and driven by Charles Jenkins lie SIXTH IT., S.W tfl-IsM

The Greeks charged the Goodrich MH Channel I, which Is providing Hong Kong for sa executivecivil Beach Florida Jaycee president I second.
Turks using mortars and Goodyear 44Tfc cameras and taping the Three.sited Pony Rose nfrlcsroy
were ;
servant _. I ___._ .___ I
show for ABC.
Ion,- .n,. weapons from the Gulf Oil 11% owner Susan aniveiy NEW; HOMES TE.HmiTE.9SWARMING:
minarets of mosques A Greek Ills Central UM' Today's show went oa the air up, second; Fabulous Lady,

source said. ''thus, there is no Indian Head 11 at 1 p.m., over Channel I, with Four Bold Bandits Rob owner Regal' Bowen third. 1 MMODtlINO' ?

alternative to considering the Interchem Corp. 45V4 taping being done simultaneously. Junior Equitation Ctsmploa-" W. C. McEvers CALL 2fl.174l
minarets military targets." Intl. Nickel 72* The same" schedule will ship luaus Inlnl,. third.
A Turkish Cypriot spokesman tat TTT tau be observed tomorrow, Wed. Arsblsa Fissure Western lUlteiN COMTIACTOI Groover fsseresleethl

counter' -chacged that the Greeks Johna-Maovllle UH nesdsy and Thursday with a Tourists In The BahamasThe non II I Mtirduhkl, owner Chris .IIAe.CS.W. CY 3-lard c..,..,

bad launched "a large-scale attack Kennecott I2V4 fifth show Thursday at I p.m. Hannahan. up second; Galirell.

against the Turkish Cyp Koppers 42 to complete the week's run. owned by Cloverteaf Ranch,
rlots" in Paphos. Kroger Co. SftHLiggett "Queea for i Day" will originate NASSAU. Bahamas (UPI) Americans were returnIng third.

Us). Gen. Mike Cur' commander 4 Myers W 4 from Winter Haves ever Authorities oared today that from the Babamlaa Club to Green Working Hunter Tho DailyNewsChief JOHN PETERS

of the_ peace Lockheed :3lI.orilland the NBC network to some 10 four hunted bandits managed to their quarters at Huntington First Year Stske-E:., t Over,

i force, flew by helicopter from I II u. million viewers at Beit 1.20 Monday Bee the Bahamas shortly after Hartford's sank Ocean Club oa ewner Linda Minis up. PHARMACY

I Nicosia to Psphoa to try to atop Merck lit1. through Friday p.m. they ambushed six A IT erics a Paradise Island, about 100 Harness Posy Slake Pst e Free '''..rip./
So ttfl ."
Middle H4
the The fighting.new fighting caused fear Monsanto 59 H tourists and robbed them, st yards off the shore of Nssisa, Bonne, owner Jobs Snlvely' Ilea D.n..ryI
Defense Seeking F I R S T
gunpoint of Rosins la Jewels. driving, second.EquitsUosi I I II one nmrhe )
to sweep through the apitaLMacy Mont Ward We The entire Bshsmss island Hartford la heir II the APfood .Cfcsmploaabla 0,1..1"fo

shops la Nicosia closed. Nat Gypsum 4TH (Continued From Page One) police force was mehdlsed hisa chain l rtwt. Suaan BiUvely, third '
In the Turkish quarter, men. Paramount: Plet *>-* suffered eplaodes of psychnmo- attempt to track down the Pegs, calM to the robberyscene Amateur ThrseGaitH Stake the) local people Window
.... .. .
.
built new sandbagged gun positions Penney b" 61'
I
walls and Inr epilepsy during which he masked gunmen who stsged the by a resident who heard Stardust, ewer Kay Har with the hometown ct.mt
on the old city Pena RR JO* did not know right from wrong sensational holdup .la downtownNaasaa tfce American mosses cry out, mire ..
at strategic gates into the quay Pepsl-Cels! IOHPbilip and acted mack as a boxer early Sunday police he- arrived moments after the haadlts > Amateur ap Five-Gait** Stake I iiWL

ter. : Morris 11 does who continues to fight lend the bandits were Ameri reared off the wrong way landmaa, owner Avis Parses

Phillips Pet 41 after being knocked out oa his u".. does a oce-.., street .to eeatral .

2-Slalo Luihcr Republic Steel 4T feel This was triggered off .to The gunmea wesrlng hoods, 1(...... Defectives were p.Fine Harness Stake MrCypress
Reynolds Tob 40HI the Oswsld shouting by Ruby's net .p the robbery by rsmmiag. sasiaaed. Immediately to later'
owned by
Garden
(Continued From Page One I' Seaboard Air UM 4THSears emotions Involvement with their stolen car lute a taxi carrying : atheist Airport and to check Always on the Go t
Mr. and Mrs. Joba A. Snlvely
gram coosuttaat He is a charter Roebuck HTO Kennedy and the shock ., thesssssstasUn. the six Am.rteaas from dIM leaving the Islaad. Jr aad lobe bawdy jr.
member of the script! committee I Sinclair 4JHSocoay It seeks to prove. a Nsnae casino to a Isuaeh It ... sal knows Immediatelywhether second.nreeCattad. worrlf
for This Is The Life", Mobil TMSouther U the eight me and four 'back to Paradise Island where. 11 the robbers had tine to. Stake teb-e .

a weekly tekrrlsloa feature of i i1Attb..a Ce.: UH women Jurors decide a preposv they were staying. There were reach the stpnrt before the pe Poay 24-HOUR SIIY1CI
CaoxavMiaaourl See Nat" Gsa M decant of the evidence proves BB injuries.Merrts I ate watch was set .,. There Fabulous Lady, caner RegiesBe
The Soothers Rsflwiy OH Ruby ...... they must acqwtaim. r. Cwmmies eser Nigel I sre freqeat Mfhts to the Unitsd Dp. second; Roee1, Pi 1 294.4204Proessioul

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1 (
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DART NEWS-CHIC1. Monday, Mares 4, teo4 rage 1
Model MeetingIs
WINTER .MAVfiN DAILY NtV-CMtCF
Held By

at I I(
9EJ.tedl Xi Gammas

The' Matory .f Beta Sigma

PU atoMtty, latofiaOseisl to

i cope, WM five If' see Yea

T. BwMtU. ftamday nJjM

when Xi Gamma Chapter of

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority

s CoMrlt '&Rli held a model meeting. at the
4 J" try QtLLlC CLLIS ,4 y i home of Mn. William B.

N Melvin
r
.1J Around The Town The history, and report of
4 standing committee chairmen

for the year, were given fer

Author Dramatist Visiting the beMtit of nshoe attendIng .
the MMkm. Tfc* community
service projects, wa,.

Here With Mrs. C. H. Parker Si&RASEloR UNUSB SPACEDSOLVED p yt IISt7 11'AYPfOU1tc well and meant ti programs asd outlined.odil at each al

meeting were

Mr. George Cherry of Corington, Ga. and Chi- The Perennial Storage Space Problem Mrs.Rushees Richard introduced Hoyt. were Mrt.

e.fo, Ill. is visiting here with her girlhood friend, Paul HtihAfi Mrfl_ Oiar1...
-
Mrs. Coleman H. Parker of Eagle Lake. 1. Insufficient storage space, the aballow bookshelves and pad;. Bullentln board and Coggini. Mn. Jack Jones

Mrs. Cherry, known professionally as Agnes a perennial problem, will be double doors Is ample dust clock for long distance calls Gay Durance, Mn. Ed Me

j Mathis Cherry, author and dramatist' has toured the neatly: solved with the surprise free storage for easy and ef are also good bleu M hin and Mn. Larry Sey
: closet above. This compactry mour.
:,I ,' 'I t United States and moat of the foreign countries her arranged space can be ficient use. Open racks for The nominating committee
., : ,..,.1 dramatic :"one woman shows" and speech clinics. made to fit the shape and shoes, open shelves for hats give its report and officers
and make It
.t ++II fY.ptenf j. Her orlgtnd monologuesadd ales[ of aa1Inused space you to select handbags and find everything.easy Week Of Prayer will be elected at the next
Henry Dixon has been Inl- may have available Behind meeting of the chapter.
to ber
spice programs There is for hanging
space Observed
FAVORITE LITERATURE By On Saturday, ruehees win
Utated Into Epsilon Zeta Chap.
st each side of the ,
Mrs H.ydon Burns, who i Is campaigning with her and her newest book "How To ter, Sigma Nu Fraternity, at garments be entertained with a breakfast .
rscks. And full length
husband In his bid for the governorship of the Make A Speech and Make the University of Florida. Sigma Chapter open mirror fits the Inside a of each Baptist Circles at the Robert Hart homeon
state She Is pictured her In the Winter Haven Them Like It," ii a popular door, so you can check the Lake McLeod. The chap-
I campaign headquarters. aeller. Mri. Cherry's conquest Phi Gamma NB Chapterof Hears AddressBy final effect. Skillful depart- The Jane Pinder and the ter'i Preferential Tea will be
Barbara Smith Circles of the on March 22nd at the homeof
last year was South Bets Sigma Phi will meetat mentalized space such as this
America. With the blessing of the home of Mrs. Larry Local Artist will prove a great blessing, Parkland Baptist Church's Mri. Lewis Staack.Mri. .
She Goes Along"Whither She Davis, 30t Hatfield Road, especially when your dressing Womens Missionary Union Harry VanLiew, eo-
the State Department.
Jan-Phyl Village, tonight at Mrs Doreen Williamson, local is habitually rushed hostess for the evening, alto
loved the South American o'clock. celebrated the Annie Armstrong presented the program. This
eight artist and
''I fashion design 2. Above, unused wall space
thou could be of the
goest"slogans one
week of prayer for featured beautiful colored
women. er, spoke on "The Artist's takes shallow cabinets set
of Mildred Burn., For wherever her hus- la Buenos Aires, 124 native The Eagle Lake Civic Landscape", when Sigma at right angles to make a Home Missions with a joint[ tildes of Norway and Holland .
in hi campaign League will meet at noon chapter meet at the homeof complete bar. With doors ahut made by ber Ian Cadet
band, Haydon, goes, s gubernatorial women, most of them presidents program at the church, followed
Wednesday for a covered Mrs. L. D. Tucker. She they look like the other kitchen Donald VanLiew, US CoastGuard
she along with him. of tome city or date by a covered dish lun-
goes dish luncheon. Meat and dessert declared an artist is not creating cabinets. Open they have Academy, during a
The soft spoken "First her, she says, as long ss they organization, gave a cocktail will be furnished. Hostesses by merely reproducinga your favorite recipes on the cheon. cruise there last summer.
Lady" of Jacksonville loves get home on the weekend to party In honor of Mrs Cherry- will be Mrs Harold scene or landscape. Mrs. Inside to make a gay pat Mrs. Lieu Bridges and Refreshments la the St.
all the excitement of the cimpalgn take out the dirty clothes, and Next year Mri Cherry expects Miller and Mrs Tom Dickin Williamson defined the terms tern. Adjustable shelves art Mrs. S. W Whitworth had Patricks Day theme were
and delights In travelIng fill up suitcases again with to tour Japan, Australia son The program "Hlghwsy! "tension" and "opposition" one bottle or two cocktail charge of the program. Mesdames served to the guests and
and New Zealand. She Safety" wiU be given by a as they apply to paintings. glasses deep. Otto Ellis, James membert in attendance, Headlines
around with her husband, clean ones. will remain in Florida until highway patrolman. Husbandsare With! an illustrated chart, she >. Why not use pert of a Greenfield, C. C. Reeves, Joe Luther Ballet, Walter
meeting new people and Mayor and Mrs. Burns have Easter. Invited. demonstrated how there is storage wall or small closet John, R. E. Moslman and Bell, Shelley Boone, John
"learning so much." two children. Their daughter, always geometric organization for the sensible luxury of a Jessie Gregory each present. Brantley, Van Burnette, Lee
Wardrobe is no problem for Eleanor, Is married to Lloyd Mr and Mrs Walter D. Miss Marilyn F. Mitchell in any painting. telephone booth? Privacy and ed interesting phases of the Ellis, Arthur Hancock, Elmo
Watkins of Jacksonville, and Howard, 702 Avenue C, SW, Is among nine coeds at Florida The speaker then briefly quiet can be yours in a apace work of the Home Missions Hood, A. W. Kelso Jr. Bill
have been entertaining n Southern College who have defined the five general types no larger than 30 by 36 inch. Board. Mrs. R. W. Anderson Ralden, Bill Taylor Harry
Lake Deer a IOn, Bill, Is a senior at Lan- their houseguesU, Mr. and been nominated for the campus of paintings which are realism es. All you need are a light, was In charge of the luncheon. Turner, Arthur Wfflits, and
don High School. There Is also' Mrs. Charles Monteith of Stow, title of "Miss Southern fantasy, Impressionism, a chair and a double shelf the bostesaei.
Trailer Park a grandson, Clay Burns Watkins Ohio. Accompanied by their of 1964." The winner will be expressionism and surreal- for phone books and memo
who II the apple of his bouts, the Montelths made chosen in a secret poll of the Ism. She concluded ber talk
Hobby ShowThe grandparents several side trips, Including student body and crowned with quotations from the famous AnnouncingJOE
eye.Mrs. ont to St. Cloud, where they Friday ss a feature of the painter, Pablo Plscssso. Newcomers
men and women of Burn. has long been visited with friends at the college's 79th annual Found. During the question and answer JOHN SERVICE ;
the Lske Deer Trailer Park active in community affairs Ohio House, and on to east ers' Week program. The candidates period that followed her Cancel
will hold a Hobby Show on In Jacksonville, and is a put Lake Wales to lee the National were selected on the talk, Mrs Williamson spoke Meeting AUTHORIZED I II
Friday, March 13, from noon president of the Southslde letter carrier's retire. basis of personality, scholar briefly about the relationship For This WeekThe
until I pm. at the club- Women's Club. At the present ment homes-five hundred of ship and campus leadership of painting to the mentally Ill .1 u.rlUnUTlII: I
house. ,she is state director for them. There they were guests Miss Mitchell, daughter of person. meeting which had]
All visitors[ are being extended District No. 4 of the Florida of Mr. and Mrs. A. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Mitchell Mrs. Williamson!\ Is a graduate been scheduled this week by MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICE
Federation of Women's Clubs Mr. end Mrs. Monteith plan of the University of
an invitation to attend of Auburndale, was nominated
the Newcomers Club has been
*?* end ia a past president of the to spend three more weeks"touring by her sorority, Phi Mu. Washington with a M.\. de. 324 Fourth Street N.W.
cancelled due to the Citrus
Tb. Flower Fund committee l rkMnvm. Chapter: pC Lamb, Florida before returning gree.in Fashion Design[ and
will sell "refreshments. da Tau Delta. *- to their Ohio borne :..v art A. Wklnskl, freshman Art. She also Is a graduate Exposition 4 1 \ With Town Music Center.
The next session will beheld
The event Is being sponsored Gardening Is high ori the at the University of Florida 'of the National School of Design .
by the Social[ Club with list of Mrs Burns' favorite Isaac ftesrey Jr., shlpfitter has been initiated into Chicago, HI, the Shirley on April 8th. Bus. Ph. 293-4473 Homo "Ph. 29M844 .
Mrs, Harold Piston, president pastimes, and she loves to 2e, USN, son of Mr. and the Gator Guard, precisionrifle Model Fashion School, I I
and the Stitch and Chatter cook. In sn, she leads an active Mrs. Issae Searcy of Winter drill team of Army Seattle, Wash, and a graduate .ra
Club with Mrs. Herb and a fulfilling life. Haven, participated in R. 0 T. C. The Gator Guard of Yakima Junior College .
Klester, president. training exercises off the recently participated In Mardi with a major in Mosaic THE WOMAN WHO\ LI1lEStIN'A
Chairmen of the Divisionsare Hawaiian Islands aboard the Gras festivities at New Or. and Art-Appreciation. In ad.
: Mrs. William Muddlmaa attack carrier USS Tlconderoga leas receiving an award for dition to her formal training,
and Mrs Clarence Beam, New Arrivals which normally operates the best drill team in the she had done commercial art SHOE..HAPPIL.V..IS..TAeW'OMAN
crocheting and knitting; Mrs, out of San Diego, Calif. Venus Parade They also participated and advertising for various
Frank Uhl and Mrs. Harold In the King Rex parade sewing machine companies, WHO WEARS THE
Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Over-
Faxton, decorations; Mn. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Roe and the King Rex Cora window display and has
Lewis, pine needle; hey are the parents of a. expect to have as their guests nation Ball While in New taught art In a WashingtonState
Mr. Carrie Scott, Mrs Ar daughter born at J:04 yesterday for the Citrus Exposition activities Orleans they were housed mental Institution. ,WDNDE
in the Winter PUMP
thur Sunleaf, dresses and morning the latter part of the aboard the U. S. S. Lexing Following the I r o g rim
aprons; Mrs Henry Brown, Haven Hospital The baby week, Mr. and Mrs Fred ton, aircraft carrier which was under the chairmanship ...
white elephant; Mrs Frank weighed In at eight pounds Echulti of Jacksonville. Mr. of Mrs Jack Coylea ,
Boynton, sales Items; Edward and seven ounces. Schulti is a representative In Winter Haven residents attending brief business meeting
I Knopp, men's display; An eight pound, four ounce the state legislature. the Institute of Food was held. Mrs. James Murphy '
Mrs Jack Mines and Mrs, son was born at 7:30: p.m. TecbnotoglftU meeting held in announced there would
: Ralph Hutchlns, special tables yesterday la the local hospital Be James, son of Mr and Orlando Thursday were Mr. be sn Easter Egg hunt at her
i i ; Mrs. Joseph Oakes, to Mr. aad Mrs limN Mrs Hinton James, spent and Mrs Omar McDuff, Mr. home on March 21 for cb> .
Mrs Robert Gugglsberg, Mrs. T. Barb of Lake Wales, the weekend here with Ms and Mrs. Herman Jones, Mr. dren of the members. rA7'\ SHOE"
I Floyd Hyser, Mrs. Ernest parents, from his studies and Mrs James Conner Dr Cake, toffee, and Iced tea
Boyce and Mrs. Joseph Vogt, A daughter, weighing[ seven at the Sanford Naval Academy and Mrs Matt Veldhuls, Dr. were served by the hostess to tact mapped presun
I' refreshment committee. pounds, was born at IU: a.m, Sanford. and Mrs Ronald McKlnnls, Mesdames Earl Adams, W. plum rdtske.'
The Lake Deer Trailer Part today in the community hospital Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Scott, A. Steorts, Beverly Scimets-
is located at 3301 Avenue C, to Mr. and Mrs. Arley Mrs J. O. Dearer, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty, ler, Robert Tsdeyeske, Richard ,,
NW. E, Tsmke. A. C. Quarttermaa and twins, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, Dr. Collins, A. L. Faiisri,
Kim and Kirk, of Brunsmlck, and Mrs. Joe BeiUg, Red Don Corby, James Murphy,
Ga., left yesterday to return Sutherland Owen Bluett[ Don Jack Coyle, Robert Ferguson,
to their home after a Harris Jim Trsvlss, Bob Maurice Kempton, Ralph liar tact lllaltd ilia "hodb
visit here with Mr. and Mrs Carter, Bill Tharp, Wilbur Dlss[ Don Plank, Fred Car @ lea fans using dMssweight
James Deaver and daughters Eons, Ken Hastings Dr. and rier. Norman Elliott, Glen torn.
Susan and Jamie. Mrs John Blair of Chicago, Damron, Pete Grant, Reid
who are living here for a Iversen, E. S. Carter and
Mr and M,., William Rcir short time, also attended. Marie Jones. \
of AtUnfl_ H. will Ha ;
--" -
the bouseguests of Ma: d '

Mrs. William Raley. duringthe \ TIlt ball after M silted'
Citrus Exposition. * O
an as additional puff ef.foam

Mr, and Mrs Lena Hart Now!
lave returned from Ash- 20 MORa SPACES AVAILABLE AT

ford, Ala. where they attend.
ed the wedding of a niece. BEAUTIFUL

The flnlbls.scltea lather

win The meet Bovqert at two Garden p.m. Thursday Cl.'. :S: MIJ lOll seep mewed'dmg M

Bottles at the Board home members of Mrs Lsrry are BANYON TERRACECentral II "Pee" 1oGt.

asked to be there st MS.:
David Stabler will be the
speaker for the afternoon, Florida finest Nee kudfit trlmiflf from
and Mri. Fred Arrington will does la Mlar,to thuls
iiIiiIFREE conduct a sesled auction. MOBILE HOME PARK IN rtttfl value"
Members are asked to take .ii III If IIIotdonI.S1095.
their white elephant Items. Rated 5 Star by WoocJaO

Miss ,...... Albsigh Is
visiting her roommate Miss
j Xstfcy Abbott la Cleveland ESPECIALLY GOOD FOR RETIREMENT... I HIGH or

jI Ohio during the quarter break MID HEEL
I from Western Carolina Col H......ri h M W. tab ears ,f id, ...
leg la Cuflowhee, N. C.
M.kil. bean ir. easy to ears !.. 0 White Patent

: Mr. aa4 lire Arthur Wter-. Cersbe .1_.,._ preens Pal .114 "u Hack Patent
eta of Sterling, 111. an stayIng
thel' here for awhile at the
ef
., We're giving' on* 100 Lakes MoUt They plan M r.e era em II te4 .** to 8w t4 Ht-, ....
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) silver: dollar key ring' t .to visit the Citrus Exposi.Uoa .... CALL CT 14771 to .. ept,....... We nib .*..

very ene of cur new cua.I : and Queen for a Day pee -.4 end alter. fke..... 2/k .E
I, Um.ru Member F.D-I.C. program being televised this 4/COoU& z&J/

.t' week from Winter Haven.Mr. I..ootilw" .114..4. Qty *.*e. cod wan All

IEn.IC.l N aM Mrs Meekest E. ..ltitiet ..4..1M114 W. *wha fW .iim 104M ..,

Kartorg of St CauWrUM. _;.. I. .a ....., IIS. o4 til e.b a N.....' see DOWNTOWN

} : htNA.TIONALBA.l Ontarkt. Canada are vtoiitag .... .......... a.e8,61e SIo.ffIe..o4$ hie' cad
art with their daughters, Lc&i
Mrs. Robert E. Adams sad bnwbea N. tan t* eHUJO WINTER

Klet Mrs. Harold Johnston Mr.
and Mrs. KarWrg: will be irk St.. ".W. Wbter Haven n&. HAVEN
Southeast Plaid III Cypress Gardens hen fnr another math atM I
Howard Terrace., 230 W. CENTRAL AIR: He t slow N Seed



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'TWBNTTOQnC PALMS, CIIIl.
(UHMtae/ ) thing tIM, alw,. CElESTORE8RA110Naurasaoq
ttH QI troop before studio
tfeeo aid OA a live-tire trsinln, / Il lL
exercise la "don't pick up Iduel. I -
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Five Marlnei partidpating Ia ..:=
desert counter-insurgency mneuver ---
I! here apparently violate' ) ::.:..::=::...
this cardinal rule of "the book" :: +=
and it cost three of them their
live*. p 4
A "dud"-a live round which .....
when fired! -
failed to explode -
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went off while the five Marine \
artillerymen were examining it I PUBL1X\
Saturday. Three were killed. Is
and riouily.An two. others were injured ae ..,) .

investigator blamed I". eMAStscaTS .M;- w
old previously unexploded ae -
ill bomb fuse for the blest ce.4
which marred a combined air. L
ground desert warfare exercl. 4aw .
Killed were Pvt. Jack W. -
Cowsert, 17, son of Mrs. Gloria : _
L. Cowsert of Oakland, CalifFvt .;
David P. Barnes, 20, loa
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Barnes
of St. Louis, Mo.; and Cpl. Pe.
\et S. Lopes, 22, husband of

nine Mrs. Palms.Lye A. Lopez of Twenty. ---...... -- QUICK-FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER : '._

The Injured were Lanes CpL
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Roger D. Rusnak 20, eon of
Mr. and Mra. Jacob A. Rusna
of Chicago, and Pfc. Gary P. o dairy specials PRICES EFFECTIVE LAMB
Betters 20, son of Mr. nd
Mn. Marvin Betters, also of MON.-TUE..WED.
Chicago. They were reported Ia lortfen's Testy
satisfactory condition It ID
Diego Naval Hospital. CREAM CHEESE MARCH 9-10-11, ROAST
All five were member of M
Battery, 4th Battalion, 11th MI. t 011. 29 1964
rive Regiment medium artillery pkl'
unit home bated here
The explosion occurred durIng lefty Crocker IvliterUkBISCUITS
a combined alr-to-groun QUICK.FROZEN LEAN SHOULDER '
that
training maneuver was lb.
tearing conclusion on I 195-
square-mile desert training alto
dubbed Bear here."Winter The Night.war game were:,, 6 ? 49* LAMB CHOPS

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concentrating on counter guertlla
operation. In a sltuatio
involving sustained desert war
fare.Nearly frozen foods lb.39c
20,000 troops were par-.
tlcipating in the training ex*
lira's Ere FfMM
dies. Swift's Premium fur
The huge desert alto has been
used in the past as t bombing POTATO
and artillery range.Watch 5 '?*' rUFFS D Beef Franks. lb. 59cSwlft'i KELLOGG'S

pkf> I a
Premium
Irtuiiachwetfer er

ThatAlligator Moitwi'a Perkerliouw .r D San'ith Chubs 2 %: ;/'. 6 9t CORNFLAKES

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (UPI)
-Jailor Glenn Allen, picked upon
suspicion of drunk driving, NORTH CAROLINA
was being questioned at police 50mEr::15OJyf

!he headquarters reached under Saturday his blouse when Green Stamps Yams. Ib.10c pklOc

and pulled out. a live, 10-inch ,5.ale w..all M..s'd I .
long 11liI.tor.AlIea Iwlft' '_1.. c.* .. wIek.d
who apparently antic .r KICID CHICKINfM. .
he the ,... ,- -- -- -- -. -- -
paled might be spending It
night in Jail, Introduced his rep. S ....._ MM. HOT* II. tMl.5O1 [3 .E .' -- - .- - -'I* .. LIMIT I PER CUSTOM WITH
tile friend and told the desk OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .
PURCHASES 0' $ .00 01 MORE
sergeant: "Pleaie put Home
in a drawer and he will g 0 A.lOrta4 FlevereJeIIo..2'37c
alligator.right to sleep." Homer II I a good Wea 1 15O ':

Police kept a good eye oa
both Homer and Allen during' At( Green
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LlSmiNI stampJ Juice 303 lOt
2 p. ..
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Charier Here Ceased luscheea M"tSwill's DETERGENT SALE!

Secretary of State Ton Prera I r. 39t
Adams today announced the .
CON
chartering of a new corpora 50m.r I.Am50Jil REGULAR Uc SIZETIDE :"j:;
lion in Winter Haven. PfrP FUver PerfectSliced
AI Lou, Inc., at TO Ave. I, Green stamps
NE has been chartered with wi....elev./Mar M ; beets can WeSwift's .
10.000 share of common stockat JOHNSON'S COTTON IUDS .
a $10 per stare value. The 18-et. pkf. 59c
petition was filed Mar. 1, by c..a4Corned
Jack Straughn: of Winter Haven. S JOOOOOooooooooooo08somEt"T.AO _
The fruits company and will packing deal in house citrus Beef :N;
Incorporators are Straughn, 19cLIMIT ....
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Bartlett--: all--- of Winter Haven.-- ( Greon Instant Coffee ...........':- S109 :-.=.::=.

"uw .,fL stampsl 1 PU CUSTOMER WITH -"'="a

GIFTS )..0 pint ecu ... Spaghetti & Meat Balls"? 29CM < PURCHASES OP $1.00 OR MOlE .:.;: .:;; .::.
C ww. Ir4 C --7 I
ITRavioli-.n.. ,"_.::t...;; :

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J7/ Groan Stamps M..a.r.. ,_ a..wVermicelli WHEW SHOPPING IS A MASUM! -
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Men maR STUW1UIT PtlUIYIS { : .+' ,
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HetteM.... ...m,i'4 tat walk eM..Ay Toilet Soap ..... ...... 2 25' SHOPPING CENTER
!SO m1rT..Am 50 cb
pall's. .... Cal..INdlla.b. M

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I ," W 1 Gene- Wurwl I I Mississippi. Mayor Accused Of Building 'Polke State' I .

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Wins Honor
By UIIIW Peres L naaMced plena*. ..*tale size tt aD of dicted many RepabHcaiia.. IBWlMMMia in a letter to Atty Gen Robert -
Gen Wunel of Winter Haven Nape heoor B..r W'IIIdIu the ***." would vote for Waila F. Kennedy that Justice Department
has been named a mean.her told delegates to a southern eaM Sewshttyras etp4lp. .a ".. iptte" tile Democratic mm were attempting"to
i of the Allitate insurance meeting of the National Aaaeet- meat am* u and gas party.WOUoa" .
take over"
Companies' "Honor Ring of ation for the Advancement of maka win ho bawd to the new urged NAACP memo tile atate Department
Agents", ate hlfbest honor an Colored People Sunday that the policemen. ban to register, vote and to of Education: In their
Allstate agent can achieve mayor of Jackson, Mil., if "We always hart admitted write congressmen on civil search for school integration ItItAeT wl6lesaslrll
The Honor Ring la composedof "creating an army" In building that we have a larger than es- right legislation which comes documents to be used in court /
the companlea' top agents up the police force ual police tore," Thompson up for ita lawg_aIded debate trial
Jr from throughout the SO stales, Wilkins executive secretary said "Tot reason for this lathe today la the Senate Stint Ala: U.S. District:
u ( antis and Switzerland of the NAACP, Mid the addition threata awl intimidation efforts He Mid that the NAACP now Judge Daniel. H. Thomas baa
of more policemen "is 1 I by the aeU-ityled leaden bas 515,000 members and ex scheduled a bearing April 24
NO STUDS IN STOCK danger for tie white peopleeven of the colored people who have poet a membership of a million for the Perry County board of
I F'PINO: England UPI-Ar more than for eau Negro I threatened to come into Mtaaifilppl 'by die end of the year I regMrtn to show eases why
thin' Hughes, on a world cruise people I for ift they let this happento and take over by unlaw.ful Wilkins added that the they should not be held io contempt HOW TO DRESS A
aboard the liner Maretanla, ui, believe me, .l', going to meaaj. NAACP pent _,GOO In ball : far practicing racial discriratoetkm. -
)lost t hi* front collar stud when happen to them." "We wffl add to the force at bonds last year, $290.000 of it SALAD IN THE
his dre.t shirt went to the "There'i only a certain way time we lei fit, in orderto in MUatsaippi. Yellow Sprints, Ohio' About BEST OF TASTE
ihlp'i laundry And b* could amount of freedom to be enJoyed protect our people both Other weekend Integration ITI civil right demonstrator
not ben borrow, buy or even ) when mayors eta ersatz white and colored, from unlawful activities: staged a demonstration Saturday -
steal one.Hughes. an army" Wilkins toM 1,100 demonstrations, riots and HaUtoibarg Mica: Negro in front of tbe barbershop Choose the one French
I said everyone wore delegates to the 12th annual other unlawful activities" John Frailer planned to try of Lewis Gegner who refuses to that'a far and away.the
either collar-attacbed or open. southeast regional conventionof Wilkins also criticized Alabama again today to enter the University ',cut the hair of Negroes The favorite. Bright tasting ;
neck ihlrts. the NAACP at Macon CaIn Gov. George Wallace's of Southern Mississippi demonstrators, mostly students but not sharp-famoua
", tried at Lai Palmas and Jackson Mayor Allen bid ai a presidential candidatein He saId be will go to court if also appeared at the municipal KRAFT FRENCH. !
1 I In Trinidad Jamaica Bermuda Thompson aid that the city the Wisconsin primary He be is turned down.Monllomery. building before the march to
Vera Cruz and Miami," he had decided: to add 35 men to read a letter from Wisconsin Ala.: Dr Austin the barbershop Police took pictures
I i laid Sunday, "None of the its regular police force of 400 Gov John W. Reynolds which Meadows state superintendent I, of them to lee if they
I I stores kept studs in stock" "to bring us to our full com- I also criticized Wallace and pre of education baa protested really needed haircuts. .




w WELCOME TO THE EXCITING 1964

FIRST FLORIDA VISIT-Mr. and Mri. G. C. Collins,
both in their 10't, had two new experiences. when they
I fl.w to Florida, their first time 'In an airplane and their
first time In the ...t.. They are visiting their dauahter
end her husband, the Rev. and Mrs W. E. Wright of ,1 __

\ Eloise Church of God. 6 i


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DICK WEST who in turn took it up with the
WASHINGTON (UPIMn or- Social Security administration,
der to qualify for old age insurance "Would you," Quillen wrotej
benefit under the *o- 'b* kind enough to explain to !w
clal aecurity program, a self- me how tile mule-deprecistion I
employed person must have a scale ii let up."
net Income of at least $400 a I "Depreciation of a capital as-
year for a certain period before act, be it mule or whatever, lea
hit retirement business expense," the agency
1 should now like to acquaintyou replied. "We figure it like
with the trial and tribulatkmi any other capital asset, Lc, f
of a Tennessee farmer cost divided by useful lil-(In CONTINUING thru MARCH 1 5th

who baa the beea government trying that to convince his )'ear' .") equals annual depreciation 1. EE

Income for IBB wn sufficient By this reckoning, the mule '
to make him eligible.In depreciated In the amount'of '.

farmer support, submitted of hit a claim statement, the I $1472Vt That, settles In 1962.that, apparently, HOURS: 1 to 6 P.M. Daily & Sunday 1 to 9 P.M. Saturday ,

listing the following sources of but Qulllen still has hopes that
Income for that year: the agency will modify Its position .
"Two beagles $ 50.00 to the extent of allowing
"One coon dog the berry picking and the be*.
"Tobacco raised and told 137.10 3000 gee toward and the coon firmer'dog sales retirement to count Follow This Convenient Map To The Homes:

"Efgl 10.00
"Tomato\ MOO Marina Ozers
"Vegetablestcking1berries ,
i ) IMtt" 1 Miss U.S.A. *' ., .. ', .1.l 2 .
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Ai any fool can plainly see, '* 3 I" .,,, Homo Number.1 .,.. ," \
all of this addi up to 44275. Visits Here I ;', :
But hold on a second. There ii t v l s Harold G: Sellers Son
mort to this than meet the Miss Mints Ozeri, currently I 235 West Harbord Sheet
eye. "Miss United States ,of I 3 Echo Heights
la Its report on the nice, the America" was in Winter Haven Lake Alfred
Social Security administration lilt week to participate in the
let forth the following additional grand opening of the Southeast ) Home
Number 2BcrriS'Conirary
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finding: Plaza Shopping Center in Winter -
-The berry picking was per. Haven. 0 '; Inc.
formed by the firmer' wife Brought to Florida by Eckerd G I 280 East Hoffman Street
and children and therefore the Drug Store, the vivacious Dixie Manor
liesesfwu not includable in beauty queen signed autograph I 4' Lake Alfred
his grtii, Income." and visited with hundred ol 0 I
-The $80 hi collected from who to the "
people tarn ice 60 Home Number 3
the sabot the two beagles and
modern DeW Eckerd'i stun*. /
the coOn flog was "not incidental I, I Tucker Bullden
W. P. Stanibury, general ,
/ 1111 Tenth NI
and
to the farming operation .'" Court
of the Eckerd'i
DrugStores
Is, therefore not Includable ai manager i .." Country Club Terrace
Ii Milt USA. host
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farm laCoin. I
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during her la Central
-TnVfarmef. "did not show appearance MAllO I Home Number 4
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Florida 1-
any depreciation for his mule, ;,. L-
which htHpurchaaed in I960 for This return visit to Floridaby r- 5 AConearyIns.
$115 wttftr the expectation that Miss Oxen, who was her IN. E' N 750 .
It would lit for eight yean.Accftrffingly last July for the Miss Universe '
the alministra- pageant, brought back many G@'auAV N / Home Number SA'fl
lion rules that the farmer did memories of Florida' people / f
J. T. Smith & SentMSSAvenueH.
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and "The of Florida
not, la fact, earn the necessary places. people ,
$400. -r. art 10 warm and friendly, NE
The:farmer complained about and I am delighted to b* back H Hills ef Lake Elbert
the matter to his congressman, in such a beautiful part of out AV E G W 911vt' { ,e'k
Rep. James H. Quillen, R-Tenn country," aha said Home Number
CE RAL A -
:.t'ol' John W. Burr
N.WF C 6 1501 Avenue G, NI
Hills ef Lake Elbert


t Home Number 7
err
) h W. R. Helms

_._... 7r." ,..I rj\ Avenue G, NI
12 !;, /"'- O Hills ef Lake Elbert

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,- Home Number I

-ACV. ? John ft. Wood I Associates lac.
.",. E Re Se 1 J 121 Lake Otis Road

1 7 7 ". I O Lakewood
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Home Number f
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1 ROy Tucker Bunders
S M 141 Teeth Street, SI
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The newest and most convaniant ,; L D. & J. fi. Tucker
In suburban banking. That the >f; J Seventh St. at Ava. M,SI

nw. American Ntion.l1l.nk! In ,\ .,' w' .s.

Cypress Gardens. Early American, ', FREE Trip To Nassau For Two Hew;:: 12 ..
In dign! and decor circles, out ', ,
the frindlinu tht the Am,r. 3410 Wmtwood Ave, NW

lean National Bank I It known for. PLUS Other Valuable'Prizes! Weftw'Terrace

Raiitr by March 21t..Ior our d'

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f Hwy Projects II Farmer's Mart Sales Reported ( NATIONAL f 1!


A total of I.4M tattle nd ,vot ni m .hop aad ..... ,

;. calves I.MIO hop Ud pip, 11gnats HUH, Ocala, 4 ID Mttte and
ed By calves, TOO hop and pigs. and 1
I home, and 1 sheep .
II lottoOkeechobee
t "rr@ told it IT Florida livei Ml cattle awl
: : i Irk turtlon market during i calves, aad 4 bone. WANT AD
RIot
: Club
I Iii,. pmt week according to'A Mid-Florida. Orlando lay cattle
I 1pY' : I 0 Whittle chief of Ftor. end calves, tad M begs
w4i ids mirketi and pip.
f i ... of the annual Winter <;roll receipt amounted to Cattlemm'i, Ta.... IN tit.
''' Hem Pilot Club Bread Ray JW' J40S,in 74 from 14 mirketi Ui and calves WEEKMARCH
'niW been far-retching la pail HiI individual markets a u m I Hirdee County Wawtala, 111
martei follow cattle and calvei.Sumler .
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Arcidil, MS tattle aid MhM.Belli .l I Cotwty, Webster, IM
reeeivtec a financial boost cattle and calm 13 hogs and
Gink, III cattle aDd
ai Pfleti hive told loaves of I I J calveiBonifiy. ''pi,.. 8th to 15th
'' to rain fund : TS cattle and
i\ /b\ cad! la order : pr calves;
and 144 bon and pin. I
y' }I4Jurther various community ___ White Finishes
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___ Walton County Defunlak
I .'., programa.Recently Whit- Springs, U ctttle and calves, StudCourseJim
Capt William si hogs tad pigs, 1 horn, and
tie 1 commander:! of the Winter 1 goat. i White, claim rtpreitnla-
"*Haven Salvation Army Corps, Gainesville, lot cattle and live for Stile Firm Mutual
l l 'if.expressed ippreclation to the ;.i y4S calve; and T14 hogs and pigs Automobile Insurance Co. at DO YOU HAVE A-
dub for their aulitanci. The y I Intentati, Seffner 851 eattli the firm'i Florida Office, 3425Lake
... Safritioa Army served 'WO and cilvet. Alfred Road, Winter Haven .
meals from the kitchen fur- Jar in cattle and calves, bee returned after completing .
jibed largely by the Winter 151 bogs and pigs 1 sheep and three weeks of technl-
.. Havea club. 11 goats cal study at nil flrm'i home
... funds with which Oil m. .
The Kliiimmei 431 cattle and office at Bloomington I.
Blot Club bar assisted the Silo calves. State Farm maintains tho
.--vriton Army program are derived Cittlemen'i, Lakeland 471 achool: en a ytir-round bull WASHER
from their annual Bread tattle and calves M repreientitlvei may be Informed .
i Day nil "On behalf of the I Suwannei Valley, Live Oak, of the latest methods,
'- Corps I would like to express 1<9 cattle and calves, and 643 policy contracts and procedure
,,,, appreciation." Capt. Whit claim servicing his
our hop and pigs In year
PILOT CLUB AIDS SALVATION ARMY William Whittle of the Selv'etlonArmy
-Capt .
tle. laid. calves and 381 hogs and pigs tome coo men will attend clanei
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-' Working with l him on the hero It serving coffee to two Pilot Club members, Mn Use K Smith and Mill Wontlcello, T9 cattle and eal- ther
"project! have twos Mn Una Silly Abernothy. The Piloti havo recently refurnished the Army kitchen. RANGE
..,K Smith and Miii Silly Aber- ARTICLES FOR SALE

pithy Over of the the put Pilot three Club.fun the Heart Attack Victim Saved By Bus DriverLOS

,. club hit provided a table ierv-
ice for 41 including dishes, 1 1
fliuei and flatware, large ANGELES (UPI) ]Benolt, U, of Lot Angeles still concerned about the rest of
I cooking kettles, large rout "Hang oo," yelled bui driver "1 knew ke wnn't drunk," his passengers said "I didn't AUTOMOBILEBOAT
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(. t la addition Pilots hive fur- miles off his route to a hoipitil. walt for an ambulaaca. That schedule iiveral blocks put the
man needed kelp," point when he left the route
I -nlihed unlformi for two girls
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" ."' who art receiving training la passengers The IT-yiar-old Metropolitan and made up toil time before
i ;the Salvation Army achooL Just Buttered a heart shack .Iranilt Authority but driver, the end of the run.

"We Piloti all recline the excellent The attending physician said SERVICE. -
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the 14th annual Bread speaker tomorrow at the Park llltotamipromlM n.CIIta $5.80" :
; Diy tales atilt at T a.m. on Restaurant for the regular IT.Slnie rank $l.A wing achootl Limited To .

l!I. '1'II"u';: 'hive. thousands of the of weekly the Christian noon luncheon Business meeting Men' it*.Sot A turn Boot.I 11.Vui.gs Wing Joe S3.the Stamp tootl 70.Mug.Counter- 1, ItMM fer Mle or iwep N tile I. He ....... No c..... TO SELL.

excellent Wonder Bread bares Committee of Winter Hivia.Pamplin fMUMTtLFrevtoudly JVM fwiclnr setae' el 111 M ten>.. AI C.ek.L .
of Roman meal, and ales the ML Arrange f M.mote 40.&--
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H. Humphrey, D-Mlnn., pr.. for Diviioa Chemical .Require* 11 J 4 0; tilt seller v.. M ......
dieting Senile passage of the Co. unW he retired 11 years sent e "1
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"It will be looked up to ii The local CBMC extends IADr rocs wtIIC.,e 14 ., L Ads win ear 11 .'.,._.
the greatest achievement In bu aa invitation to all businessmen ,1
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Move Into 3rd News-Chief SPORTS Inaual Clay For Title Only, No' Money



Tourney Round Homer Snday 1..JI


Florida Seniors SECURE AT LAST . By Alan Mover I Poet Guaranteed> $750,000 Piifsfetor >>
Sikes
Tn* third round of the Wta- Cops By SAlT 1.1
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tat Havea Weaa'Gs f H.. :; kg 6MI'f M dRf}, A MP.MiIgAI Ivsw IURA. (UPIJ rr... aM percea*** ta ON teaa-

drop Tournament will be I Willie Map IIt4 "oey he," ( 1)Jtp GsN17WM14r-AMb NINIH' AI Bolin today ettand Cap mama I teal to Leniivilki uc,.)

played Tuesday with tee off Daniels Ties For Second left over trees lee season.May. Je fIIMtM "' nut Clay the biggest gwiraataela to CualM kail to feti MHCW,

tint at I:30.PalriBt .. who ebs II 35 home R a AANktl' Lfr6UFR7bOA' boxing history, ".,180 Bin Favenftm," ..... oaMtaued. -
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art n (oH wt: Leea Sikea, O-yearoH cer- Daniela, the pr*....I..t. rues Ia 118I. brll" the OVER AS yoig with the pnutofe of a pereentaga .

Championehip Flight: Mrl. antics manufaeUirer from Palm favorite ahMg. with Dr. John opening of tilt Phoenix 9 1"y.4611f Ar 1JIda'00061RS in inked \his Wavy Tw *toa.w.lr tilt tokviatooMrtflU .

H. Mrl. J. V. Beach, fired a S4-bole total of Mercer who tted fer fifth It Alii.. MIIIIk..1 odIum Sun. < ,%t 4C"MAt weight title against' s-emp *aat IN M.. to get
W.
Mclver v* 224 which war pod for the Florida m, seeped to have trouble day with a 1164 shot over H1" NAf 'E.U lA'1N6IIIAlIfE Floyd Patterson this rtgbta to tfc* ar,.oaad flcM AI

McKnight; Mrl. Kick Martin I Seniors Geld Championship throughout the vot. In the the eeMerBeia w II the Sn !,. ..JltY JI'ZR only man aumwer.Patterion to win Itnutd, "betNIt It would be
v*. Mr. Harry King Jr; Mn. played at Tampa'a Palma Ceiaceura opening round h* bellied the Francisco Giants ele.ted tiltC.land \ lh'MTwamftA7JYALfte' the heavy crowa twin, would the rteneet ever a..tt4-Iar.

John Parker ... winner of *. The tournament ended first four betel and hit one out Indllll or the see- be fighting for no PII,.." Heht dial tilt UitoaClaymatoh
Pride-Stewart match; and Mr. Friday. of bound Tied with Suites after ond i.alillt day, 2.Comml..len..r jut far tIM opportunity of at Utonl! Bee.., when
Winter HIV..'. Dexter Dan IS boles in the ascend round, ,rei Prick the $eettI was a lopsided 1. Savorit. .
: R. F. Jukea .,. winner ef Due iris Sr., five-time winner of the Daniela hit a land shot out of National UII\J President ALSTON Caaalua"wrwting X and tale the Black away M from.a- .." .

ton-Moor match.Championahip title including the lilt two bounds on No. If to fall two Warren Giles IDC lint Pcai- lima" line !promoter captained.Bolaa A New Jersey bookmaker
; Consolation: years, had to little for a aec- cinches back. He never could dent Iforaet Sto .m partido w tgrW3Mf of New York, who was laid the Clay.patterwm betting

Mn. Louie Kamm n. Mr. oDd place tie with Woody Wcv- get hi. game ,oi.,. pated In pre-Im ceremonies. ffCai'D aiioclatMl with the preneibn would start et even money.
er of St. Petersburg and Dor- J. H. Maxwell of Winter 13e- But It Will Bas heoy" Willie jYCAOZAJOruR of Pattrnoni last five title Meanwhile, at UulafttVSun.
Mra. Mela
Frank Gardner
; rep Nevergatl of Pompano yen playing in the 60-M ale who drew the e 'ra 01 1M2 : right. pointed out that h* to day night, Oar declared tail
Bach vi. Mra. Fletcher Klinke; Beach at 217. Danitla! hadroundi group finished! with 250. Another I fans .1 b. laced double andam..hed $Off. N! making hu offer on the the ..000 (, I ran4r. Was not
lose of aaatimptlon -
Mra. Howard Wella match va. Mrt.Mike of T7-T3-T7 compared to Hivenite, Steve Konk, the pi a taaugurslhomer. ,MY HA1? that an champion Sonny enough for such a bigtnterna..

Pride-Stewart ; SiVei' 73TS-T. playing the 6588 age bracket, A CrtTC! Ijston will be unable' to go tonal bout."
loses of Dun-
Down va. For Sikea It war hit find win recorded a 2U total. Orlando C.ptd oublrd and AlA4t ,1a through with a return match Notlm that Plttf'rto.lIad
eon-Moor. match. in 14 attempts at the Florida Henry Hagen, T2 year old tripled for San r icisco Tom SEGaRI 'v'HFso against (ammi thli year be- verbally attacked "my rell- :
First Flight: Mra. ClarenceBell Hailer drove la and "
Senior crown. H* hat won the and leader after the feat round, 0 rune cause of his injured left armor lion In PattrMTa" "fight for I
VI. Mra. Mark Spencer; Willie McCovey I bled before "
American Seniora ehampionihipUic had 230 total rounds of tiIArGih1S for other no pura* challenge Saturday
a on reaioni.
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Mri. Dick Madaua va. Mr 'I h. len the game tb. pulled ;alght. Clay aaM:: "Hell b
$1-Ti. U'j Because of the biceps Injury, attacking -
John Crisp; Mra. Charles Lath groin mUltle. IFq Luton waa unable to continue Cairo Egypt theholy
era va. by* and Mra. R. E. The Giants tot led 11 bits city of Mecca. Paklataa Turkey
fighting after the sixth round
Boek va. bye.Membera oft Cleveland hu 1 and allowed r 4i Feb ts at Miami Beach and on and 300,000 (Uualima) It America -
will be playing also Rookie Goes ate Indian etiee, Burly o ."
Against 7,4'6* ? tout the title tn Clay
on a eve
for the "d Jack Sanford the first
weekly prizes monthly w htc nth round TKO. The champion warming to file
ringer three Inning for Giants and f1Rifsc MA' When reminded that Intercontinental owe words declared: "lie weal

they were perfe Names, OVER 1 +'PY Promotions Ine, Just be fighting Caaalui day.DovU .
The New York ta departed
Two Days Left Palmer And Player from a three-pm. 1.lt In Mextoo INA'fEfBruins' paid tM.ooo-tha day before the
City with a 6 'lctory BobTlylor' Florida fight for the right to Boosters I
promote (Its l ) a first title d-
For QualifyingIn tingle e. t 6 lie Meet Tomorrow I
I PENSACOLA ria. (UPI)- Palmer took tile title last ya In the seventh Ina end Frank I.ns. In ace h* upset Llaloa,

Region Golf Defending champion Arnold Pa with a IS-under 273 total Thomas added IInehf'r with young"'I don't Bolan believe laid tersely we'll: find The Blue Devil Booater' flub

mer former Maatera and PCtltliat Arnle and hit army of fan a triod'ilam h eor In the --- _. ------ --- ------ hat contract laaurmountabl" win meet tomorrow morning itTM
Qualifying round for the
ellhtb.
George 1m. also
Player and Miller reached the 18th Slender browa-halrd AI at the Park Restaurant
: Lake I Gary tea with the am-
Region Yacht and Country connected for Nt ork with a
Berber four veteran husky Pennsylvanian haaiied that the ITM.OOO to Cloy Delgado, booster clubpreildent.
a year aho
Club Men. Championship one man oa II th. ta took the Coach Honored
must be completed no later scrambling for hia tint tourn behind Player and Barber. Pa. Nulua se-rice, t Clay "la only a minimum ", ar. announced today
ante and that Dliomltm will Include
the total charn the
than Wednesday, tournament ment victory, tee off today in mer drilled a five Iron through Doe Landrllm lIeeled five '. booster club
ploa percentagefigure tobe golf tourn..at.Improv.mtnt. ,
officials announced today.Tha a thl'fe-wa playoff for. the wet fog seven feet from the pin 01 the Chluo C I' IS bite Ina NEW YORK: (urn John Wooden who started his agreed upon- Peniacola Open golf title.The e.1
opening round la the triumph 0the Bo.toaRed
winner will get $4,000 and then holed the putt to the Sox Wooden of UCLA today gave coaching career In 1132 and \\y would aced by far the school practice field and I Improvements
event It ale
open to member only, Aria .It the credit to his players .
will begin Saturday. Four the other two will divide second ,creaming delight of more than following his selection Unit. never has suffered through a guarantee of teat room faclll*
round will lead to the winner and third place money worth l.ooo tans .d Press International aa college loalng aeaion, knows where! the "I explained the guarantee ties at the football atadium.

la each of the ll-maa flight $2300 each In the $30,000 open Then it was Player'a end Lake R.gi Ladles beske hell coach of the year. credit for his aucceia belongs _._..._---

potted with the finala dated eight which previous never had)'ea.a...playoff It la the laI Barber'a turn Player hit his Play To now The choirs of the S3 yn r-old "Thli certainly la I wonder

for Sunday March 21. I I third playoff of the tour this approach shot M feet abort of The Lake Re n Women's grandfather In a nationwide poll ful honor and laturally t am Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
All perion entered la the the flag. But despite the preaaure of 203 ipnrtiwrlteri editor and quite pleated," he raid when' Informed
year. Golf Aeeoclation ill hold its Of Winter Hayen
ehamplonahipe will play at he rallied broadcaatera was a natural aa
Palmer baa 11 his approach of his selection "I think
laaat two round Consolation I lost four. Player woa hai pl'TOftlIDd never putt three feet from the cup third round of I m play tomorrow he led the top-ranked Bruins (o any coach selected should" be Headquarters for-All) Typei Pip 1 **, Valves Fittings
bonora will also be awarded. at the aft Region their lint unbeaten in ClANS INDUSTRIAL DIURIIUTOII
cored a victory in seven trie and holed it from there. aeaioa tremendoualy proud. But It lathe
Yarht and Count Club AIM C.weisre II N PUKIM, '
course.Foursome. M .
Thirty-alt boles la hlilory. UCLA wound It. Plumtln
required Berber hal liner finished to Barber, who needed a two will made up boy who play for him who Muloiiltil A iMiuilrlal. i|>pli q
b qualifying, and can bej high in pro play iron to reach the green aahia upon regular campaign with a 2t4 get the coach In the poiitlon to WHOIKAII ONLY DAILY DltrVIHIII4lk 1
:, played tomorrow and Wednet- All three grabbed the lead atone 12 foot birdie putt lip the snivel at the Pr hop. It will record and I I. favored to go on receive such aa honor. And I It. ft A... L, N.W. M Lake $ ..*e .WbM. lli grew lMlti,*
day fur thou wishing to enter time during the hectic action be a "shotguns t" end par to capture the NCAA champion- have been ortunat( In havinga CALL COLLECT 2t4-4247 WINTER HAVEN i
the annual tourney Sunday They started off Ilcip.nt are tee pled k be hip starting thli week Doe group to coach. i
Starting timea for the then no later t n 1:30: a.m.
opening tied at 205. All three ahot thre cup.BOWLING
j Mmd Batwday will be pub-I under-par Ma to finlah th. day Those wishing to lay and not 1S .
Visited| .to the New.-Chlet Fri at 274 14 under the 38-M- listed below not nnie Span.jera eM
CV 41331,
ll'** par Peniacola Country Club. ,
; I_ ........ - At END ALB MOO8I UAGIB Pairings: Wye Is Angle vs.Jae .
U----------' -1 W L Vineyard. Br Bentley v.,
BoHa Product c:. .2\6.... Cunie fuller, I ly Jsmeeoeva
I Juddy Music Co u n UI A..rto. ra Angle vs.
I II II II Scott.I.rvb.5.nI., M M
II I Jlmmw ..".., Fnui Ce *a%. II'. Jean Pratt, Ms Davie vs.
I a AIIIO p.ru ii n Jose Gardner ,
Murphy
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I Impwl .."...*. Mute ai 41 Margaret Paul, ae DormoaYI.
f Wlnr LM UiundromM 4714 4414 Marge TalMargaret
Wlnur Harm I
Uiuadry 44>
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Itaa" ev..... 4. 4T R"tt rAshae vs.
I I star orn.raCoverti,*ei 44"J 44M. 4TlHI 4TS, Bonnie Crawford Ildr.d Hem HIGH YDUR-

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pI a. MMAnMricaa u. Rot VI. Do hernia, Na.
/ I ai::.l FM- mZ:. OLL ''oml Young n. Ivsaa AbeU.Kalkrye .
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aweMr Sent M. lioti: 0. rrmtlJ place winery tat a lbs. Derils
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I I folk, at anyone familiar with them wit I II I I..rnmw T. C W. DM.-* IDT.UM.... i M, a Teams heave of 114 / tie lanes.,
result
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I tell you. Thote familiar with our bank I r = a ley 1JtI. D. Iaad 7e, Orla Boone 70. b..ea .
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rocks racing world Plymouth beats Ford & Chevrolet _:
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: I pride ourselves en our reputation as a I introducing e with sweep in Daytona 500" in tests of showroom V-8s


: good neighbor II J Afir A According to the retold book for stock cart Tina competition was more "your speed';

I (ivy 'In umpttJtloo, there "to no higher iv/ag At Plymouth' raqueit. an (Adependenj!

::1 I II' Hd> for 500 nines than the 1M.JJ4 m.pJu tettlnf company bought and compared how>

Serving i You for Kt by a comp ti Jor>wqu4pp ed 1X4 PI mouth In wlrv, room model of Plymouth, fwd and ChevrOI.L-
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Adding to taut glory It the f.et"at two more 1964 -can people J buy-And the tests were of"things people

I 28 Years! I II Plymouth\ nnfehed 2nd and Vd fori dccMve Plymouth buy a (if 'acceleration, nandHnt trailing, _artfl"

l..*.p.That suggests that Plymouths were not only the gas economy .rlii
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I 10 Uy In Were .If the way. Handled best braked beet and got the bait gat mfle-

I -' Gal SIXTH ST. N.W. Far the ml.>.Me.u of racing fans and "hiffvpcrfor* "ae. J//Ml e heed of competition Plymouth' moat

.... II I Plane CY nonce en0w 4aftt acrow the country Plymouth It likes t. win"High" apced" or "your speed," eMU 13(1

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( I) Announcements (I-A) Instructions ((5-A) Moving & Storage) ((12)' ) For Rant, Furn. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For SaU



Len U .. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! IMPERIAL MOVTNl BTORAOM. a..rrwls.r Lrfa.er RNIRHTD apartment. Reasonable FOR SALE OR TRADE
and relent eervlce for 10 par round Irnanla Nn RetirementHomes
{Mercury Shoe Men.women. 11-51 Start high all Prompt your mortar need Call CHECK BELOW FOR tE BEST children tail CY "1131. 4-1 40* Ave. C, SE

a* $10100 s week Preparatory LY M1H tar free eMlmatM.Acent .

r la trslaing until appointed. Tswuaaad for Atlas Van LIMa 1..TJ'lac WOULD Ilk* to hare new bam Urge 4 BR hews, 13 x It Fl.

of Jb open EaptriIDee erring all M stiles with tomeonr C mi l-tly fun room, II It U.6 den, triple car
LOCAL SE ICE nlehed Prlvlleiei al .hol* house
M .
FREE Information .
White & Paital. usually unnecessary Phone XM1M 14Ir port aeparste diaUc room

on Jobs, salaries, requirement ((6)) Special Service IN BEAUTIrTLGARDEN hardwood floors dishwasher
HOl'SB Trailer Water and
13.98-$5 *. Write TODAY giving Irctrlo funudwd |1000 a WMk. Urge corner lot will trade for

name, address and phone CHILD: CARD SAVE MONEY. e. SA II TIME CY 4-aaoa. M snail horns. Chue-in. fries

at Lincoln Service, Box 112, c/o During the .po ltlon M Hour COMPLETELY fumlehed I b*.. $11,500.

Newt-Chief: 40- Serrkw. Call roc reeenratlon: CALL room ......n bouet TIM bath,
AVERTS DAY CARE CENTER TODAi-- doe In. view of Lake Howard. ] GROVE Varner Realty
Noose
eslph.berh.ed. *

Ju/J.Dt'A I ((2)) Help Wanted MMJ74, .1-1'IOO, atWSOI.H of Commerce. I'J Can b* leaded Chamber InrJlJN"'D. NEAR CYPRESS GARDENS 14 Ith St. N.W. CY 1-$454


SHOP I Alterations AU Gl on* : .at OERICE 110000, lCttor, CTS4270. MODELS OPEN DAILY or CY H497
NEEDED NOW CtTSTOM: UAPR DRAPES AND Repairs SERVICE 110IN
(GO Cypreu Garden Road AUrafUTttNS Btad *tlt hd Entrance $11
Just one-half mil
nodera * .
PER MONTH an Trailer
Open, I A.M tJ 7 P.M. Womea with ambition to cam NW. CY S-Titt* Mr*. Jl dna ALTERATIONS REPAIRS 4ODGE- ElMtrialty I and Water fahetched East of Cypress Garden on

money. Good Income, part or tehor M-Uar S4 count flonda Sal Room* OK -loo.Aluminum CY MIMMl Dt.. Authort 4 1017 I.'ce Oa . IMS 40th Strmt N.W+. State Road 540 ATTTUCTrr LT LOCATEDU

full Urns.Write Kh St. SW IJ-Mw U ChrysIc a 'lymoula Lauear kowi, S4dram. daCbC
GRANDOPENLIG .r !m mfNWt..um! ulW LIMIT FLOOR Apartment Walk JOHN 0. WOOD&ASSOC..Inc. eonetrucUon. Ctutam
P. O. u A vi" LLOYD BRTS MOTORS la* distance to town, lake. Olsen Tucker BMUdn" BMwe.n
Avon Mgr Call Don .t.-r7a II' aulel. Adult P....... Ill Aye Lake* Cannon and Mirror DeathIn
MATES. C'1: "89&. M WHEEL CHAIRS Ml Math .. 8W 194-4101 :\ ,. J1 ; family chance* plan. Only
"The SaloD Box 1395 or call 682-4137 17-Mar. 17 114,MO. Owner 1144 17th St, N.j
I 1-BBDROOM home fumlihad New- Developer Builder
Lakslsnd Wlntr' Raven Draftlnt Co. ly dK-ortd 714 ZTth St. NW 293-2517 Phone
with the All type Commercial WHEEL CHAIRS for rent AIM UP& .STERIN6 Call 2/S-MS8. 41 2131303M
s-ii Residential draftln. Hoiplial Beds. Crutch. Walk. MUST SELL BY OWNER
OrlentllF11pOr'r lout cyoa Guarnteil ors. Commodea. Ondr.y'a Aantali A VILLAGE OF GARDEN
Draws Bldg. CT /-1425 CY I-341L 176 An A. NW. 14-Tr APARTMENTS FOR PART1CUt FAMILY HOME
J'lNID UP EKING EX. I room "houa*. H4 hath. hardwood
S-TF PERT B\UtHDia. Complete .AR PBOPI: :. 1. 1 ft I bMroomiBOWBN WELL BUILT HOUSE: 4B4roonu noon, t lot*. SHOD.00 for quick
RTIMMVHE4PETOWIPTCR MOTOR LODGE! Hw,. IT I t the bath. walkingdla.
Mr. Carltos ALUMINUMICREEN fabric n ion. WOLF 8 up. North I-TF Iced* to *.1hnnl.\ *. hopplnr sate flnt claw *hap* .
VBN, ACBCRNDALB AND LAKB HOLSTER: OP SI 4 Avrau A, '
CARLTONSSoutheast DO TOO NEED: Many other deilrahle futures 145S 35th St, NW
LAND raa to thus< who qualify JrWiKl= SE. cv
OWNER
3-BEDROOM hood for CV
Beauty 8lloB Per men and women both High TO BUILD DayNight.22Mar.: 22 .. reaL401 I 411154Apr
CUE OR PATIO Call W. J. Hartman I Phone 294180
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Flu rhont rl'l<1uati, At II W to $ 00 :ENO-OSURB AWNINOi I :.
Southeast Shopping an hour For full Information call CV S-MBS. 1-10 UM1NUM DISCOUNT ONE Newly Decanted furnished I i

Open Every Night CY -1639 2M-7M6 T.00 P.m.-*:00 p.m. ONLY. SALES CO INC. CY WD4 HI MOVIN i- STORAGE apartnwnu. 211 Avinu B. SB. No Down I 19
4-11 Payment
-1CLOTS INCOME TAX REPORTS MADB eta St. sw U-Mar. U CY WOM. 17-TF
H' E Pollard, 741 Carroll Ar*.
COCKTAIL "..m M. Apply Inpene Phone CT S-S73*. S-ll THREEMO 3RY BROTHERS BEDROOM. all .IO) wtrlc 'mloh.d $28 Per Month LAKEFRONT
oottait Rent MOOD a month
AIDS
HEARING
betwn 10:00: a.m. and )<& COMPANY
round CY 1-2406 l-li
4 M ...., Xuatla Bar and year (Da Your Lot Retirement Horn er Vacation eotUe >
BEPAW.nuau. I Loungeotflc. AfontaLocal LIED VAN LIKES )
:: [6-A) Animals & Supplies on on* of the I..r..t lke.
moderji Wor pirjantead onf distance I ROOM duplex with carport*, utll In Ceairal. Fla. Excellent flchlnc
ford l' A. ric yr POLE REARINa: < CENTER: Mo 4 Storage : fly room and dork privlleg at 2 Bedroom and bunting. t attics from WMhlaoonche .
DELIVERY. M T Jrwn. IMSrairfa typtor .ling, gauni Color Bid,. M *rd ..., (TV Call lest B3S-7MS. T46 Lak rude Drlv Adult. Reteranc River by bolt or highway
I N E r'U.h' ;l eeTenlnf. PART a'l't work On' who like. le M RABBITS rOR'EASTER Pick aBabbitry phone ...llta War.hoNU f L Bartow Air Baa **. No pt*. Yearly biuil pro Tile BathComplttely I-BR. llvlni dlnlnt" area. kit rramlo -
Ul S.;' p:.m. -. work with Ilr"... Age I -Sa. Writ A".r, TralUr park ALES SERVICE: I1-Ji.r. 27 frrnd. Contact owner at 741 .anon bath tub .hn...,. Widow

giving' referenre. marital statue 1'l.11I REPAIRS BATTERIES: atreat at-TF Finished mail Mil 1 110.Win for quick .. ..
.10. in own hindwrltlnf U Bos A TRIMINO Speelnl vn Owner CY -
POODLE SERVICE FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Ml ft "....chl.t. I Price, Mnn Puppy ellp 1100, TAE EFFICIRNCIFS and Ilk BEDROOMS 0 Cement BlockGALAXY ...
Phone JIS-17M, fear appointment. I-S Nice lane airy room -
I VACUUM CLEANERPARTS 'DJr.M088o Conv.nunlly located In Old PortalBulMlni ar.TraIMr.fT HOME

3Jt. J.Jr, G.OD I ((7)) To Buy Or Trade TRIMMING Complot INO. CAUNO chiMip CAVrrY.. Tr RE.* Eitlmat; ;TTtNU.. Call CY I-8SM or ITT CYM16I Bldrs.Office bath Lanr. living kitchen room with t-bedroonu built.In e oven t-

e.--eM SFRVICI for KMT. Tall LUKB TREE SERVICE.CY ) CY 11S4S range and dlihwuhur dinette. utlllIr -
.. Moore, Elactralu: and all etA. ROOMS Downtown 'on..nlonl. room and Florida mom. onto a
aea.arlrMe/ His Opening for Experienced WE BUT m.d appliance and fun ir Fra pickup, delly MaatTT llMar, 11Paintir Nod. 17.00 wnek CY1118&. .Tr large ..._n.d pttlo. Don derld.srpp .
> WiHk sad REYNOLD* :rcu-v' FOR the ladiee .y. appeal until you have peen 1'11I AlurhuaDrive
matte
wllrr and w* Mil used ppllano. witheroas
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CLEAN 141 bedroom furnishedapartment. a chocolate brown kitchen 1m. Ph"" CY I-IOCL 4-Tr
Jwwwhr te*.lf Brake & .( sod furnltur. Brook Appllanc CLEANER SERVICE. .Phone I-I Papering .. Near lake la Lube ventllitlon for the men .
2S5i a..Ddt.I.l Mini CY M3U. .-.P.. I
*> iMrnttur Alfred FR 2-146. .-TJ' fiihlnt In Lake HartrMf
Alignment ManUp l-U airing from a 40 easement with pier IPECiAL
11.MM,11 BY OWNER nks dupl'" furnUhedRa < Churk B Yloemke.OHORNTHALER Yule REEK
to 45 Year of Ago pumpTandOmole Shallow Well SWAP SHOP nnilil* to right party, Call A CO. R *ltor* l-BedroBm J-hath.. cell h.*t. I4fI
?. CaU WO 7M7I :MS-44S2. 1801 Virginia t>r, BW HO W4-S13I. EVM. 4 WMktnil :
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after | ,.11Io -TF L J. McC( Quality workit M340itiFOR C.U I CY Matt01" pnmbH
la all type
b qualified
Must
KEEP pour **rr cmn ta touch manihlpahla titan and rtaaoif
with aU th. Hometown hew by.endlnc of Automotive brake at align WTO! BUT SELL TRADE M>r* PhoiBtnat. CY MUD. 114 4th ((12-C[ ) Mortgage LoanstllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillll

NwCMf him th..Ip'r! H*vnI menu This II a permanent ((8)) Automotive .thing ef valve. GOPHER HOLD Jan fl TUlai 17.Tf I SALE OR TRADE TRANSFERRED OWNER BT0STSELL
liy takl.CY : ,
31reJ1 1WAP SHOP US U Eagle QUICKLY l-Bedro m. J-
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I mouth. |2.90. UU CV n.u.. 'job with the Worlds Largest II-liar. II bath air conditioned. lakeTlew
8167.
Rubber Companle Company TELEVI ON REPAIRS :: Good Tampa and St. Petersburg horn. Lair* cheery mm, ._1.
TEMPEST UMans Sport Coup property for Winter Haven lent nutty chao1. and stows Law
benefit include life and hoipluUiitlon whit A beauty Good | Mortgage Loans! i iI l.a.p. Low
'''1. Red a> BRUSH MOVING property. .nc.lr..D\: ?
NEW LADIES I NEW iniurancs, pension deal. RAH AT. bucket Mat. I'00 JORDAIO 1 SALES SERVICE: Blltmor Drive |

have ales clothes you plan all tree of cost to em 1:00: p m.. dally. SWUM wk-nd. NORT INTER OPPINGno I Up To 25 Years [ Write
Do
700. ploys Paid vacation and MM AT* C NW. aTFItM IDYLRIDGE VIEW
m1 can't wear' Bnuh Mortal" out of groves ennIraetod. 39S-MOI I you'll be pleased E Boi A1391 % Newt-Chief .
sick 1m Salary plus com SOUTH f
IN
I MERCURY. Moor Tulon. au- K** nahU rau. CYM4. TAVTEST SERVICE
Wei!, dont deipalrl I mission above average 48- tomalM IranemlHton VI. Healer. s. M HI := with the prompt sour :: 317 OPEN HOl'SBIBR !
deftoeter. Mwt ...11. Bee It to be- :: ".It :
teoue service '
Let w retell them for you! hour work week promotion Here It Holtri 137100, CY I-OMO. s

:: 60%( RETURN posiiblUtie 714 nib St. NW. MlPKEDUMETER DAY NURSERY SWIM
Clean And Press : ;: 110900 S-Bath., double can.
Wt Air
$ : !: TachometerComplete conditioned I bedroom, 2
SEE H. D. HOWARDFrom port., 1800 an. ft. ev.n14 |10, 0u.|
All Garment L A J Service.enrlc, IU and Ith Mw St cable, aw: THE ri-AYHOUSB! NURSERTHai SWIMMING POOL CONITRUCBrPAIR. S lavlnei and loan type i bath' borne well krpt a .

The Encore Shop 9 to 5 P.M. CT 4-43M 1TP a low opening.' TION ai rinanclnc :E financing, Insurance com E: lots of extra .. '%3.500. Out Rarmdal BlT<. tun right 1e
ca. Vail. rY7al TMIabla W. R Halma General E: loam FHA In. ? e :Mat St nr Airport Rl to 1ft pared
NEXT/TO NORGE VILLAGE Evenings by AppointmtnlGOODVEAR '(1 CHEVY Betalr MIM mil.. Corn. Play With U*" .,,11. Contractor Call ; pony or road 01 laft or call .
In The P>o.llnt condition '111IO Oil HI CY W87S, 31-Mar. 20 B aured Ioa na whatever :E: CY J 1711
*e. at 114 HhIt = your needa lee 5E ISS 14th Street, Northeast WUult
TlffiLTWAY SHOPPING mt:1.l .t..86.oo.: S-ll 1 bedroom X bath, Florida _

CENTEROr BUlr MoorI Town & Country i room large screened porch,
M Chevrolet
CaU CY K40S GOOD slick shift 1MB: no. 80S : kullt-lns, lot of closet : IlllllllllllllllllllllllllltilllllllllIIModern' !
e-rr SERVICE STORE N. Lake cylinder Silver I>r. CY Ml: 410IBS ((10)) Articles For Sale' ((10)) Arles' For Sal g Mortgage Corp. | Price reduced for quick sale 5

111 A" A, NW CY I.ml OLMMOBILB *... Whit. 4. :E 277 Mignolla CY 11111 | 23500. [ |

ALcoaourS'aROHTMOU$ IU I d..r..U power. air _"Itlna, tfoIT USED RETR10BRATOM . Quality r Itln..'I In.n' wnrkunlforme a f Two Stories I II |
M4-1447 loaded, one owner New Uf: Rangy W Mh.'* Dryers pr-packair S"* 1 16TT1IIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI1' S Cyprttt Cardtnt '
Meetinr '!'u..d.,. I.ii r.1C EXPERIENCED: : inehanl' to do Perfert condition Trudy MaleanaCie ,..** SUrmAir I .00"lr sines! and color
County Health Dt r rtm nulntenanra work on our fleeter b* sees at 190 AT*. C. *W ,I'. Conditione. Rteondk. wha$1poe INAulnirndal .,,11. Iia Arlana AT*. E bedrooms sod I baths.

SrA 0.O.flat 1004W trurJt Hurt have. rood( referno No Trade. -U tinned fully ru.ra.t..<1. 1'*...... Urou Iron ConllnimROAtTER Real' Estate, Inc. A lane corner lot with a =
*>. HMTy equipment etperlenr From 191 II 4 Up. JOHNSON tal Cd Ca) 11.TrI.
Sale
Reel Estate For
ueful Own ton)* deelrahi*. Can I APPUANdbS: Lk Alfred ((13)) ISM Third Street, Southwest E prestige address 401 i -

I WILL NOT b* iwnonelbl tat 1-04.7 Rtephcna Lonont; CY -
debt eontrotd .. my Lamp. Link Clnthlnc. 111 SprlncLak MIST SELL
owa tram Ihla day forward, In Courtjflar a pm Ml KT OWITER I- .drnnm. built-in CY 4 3161 E This home wit designed |
WINDS LOUNGE EXECtnTTB: Set.try for Trout WATAUK STONE QUARRnSB FOAM RUBBRR A kl- kitchen, dining larva trio
For area
JRADB need partnerehlpfor PIt for the Urge young imily -
I North Carolina aham DISCOUNT nt E
J H. L. HollontoB Department Sepal' .tnerlenca METAL ( keel with nylon room, carpnne lot 76 x IM. 13fJAve .,.
Starch: t, 1164 helpful Th American National I I "nod lnelment In building FORDS TRIM SHOP Ml Aw .ld... Site.1 1 Polarlod Small D. 1W. tinoot:! down No clo*. I A perfect floor plan sgivei
.10 CY 1-417 Mrs Enn; stone for national I market Ha B. NW CY Klt S-ir Lead camel complots. |]>00. CY Inc meta Aeaume t .
Bank phone been Ml th* market for I years. 11IE m 0 r p a .* ON CHAIN OP LAKE Mew 4 the utmost of privi' s
*-, 4-1484 119 100. Phone 7692422. { 10tinn '
for appointment. bedroom I bath .
hems 40creeneil
lorn of the mst beautiful MnneaIn FOR BALL Bah Crib high chair porch, double E cy for Ill. It It i combini s
MADAME: fHBlSTIJt PALMIST America. Lena Hlllard. 434 Jaf and atrollor Bott.r uallly JIJl G MACHtMKISurohl DOWN dock carport.
Wee slue
=
Lake Elnlm Hoover stion of the LUXURIOUS
FiychW \ NO KXPERTBNCEREQUIRED: : : : fa St, ......I.n4. MU S-194 *( 4th Court Ii; WlnUr HaTtn. 4-S Eat. I.w. Sib. Mw.R4tnnhnlr t ft f 11ft CB H.......*. Repair. Rued CY H740 CY S446I T TP
PAST PREaeNT'UTUHA.' Training" furntalMd, all whit Insurance Menngrema, CHARLES Ke,. Broker. s and the PRACTICAL. =
..""*.... any end all ,,,..Unn.. If debit open In Winter Haven FOR SALE. heed roery and 441 Room of Pin Furniture design, Te 0 p.ym.nle lo $149 M5MMT1r. E From 1U central foyer s .
morrted, troubled or In doubt eon- Startlnpay .c 00 per week meat market equipment Lat Take aver payment M low a* Call CT I. s-5 t-ll RETIREMENT SPECIALS
Cult thin peychle lady'.Located b*. Noel, ; .be: married .s: between cis moist l fro.... eaeea meat '*.... KM per week", Include rent*' : throughout It U loaded
tuner Auburnd*!* and Lakeland onI 24 and 40. Than Lakeland. MJ-MM rfrlratlnn dleply e.*.*. drtnk electric refrl eratnr *ll 1 Silo. ,222J Av. r, NW $10100 One E with everything you could E
I hlehw. Phone MU 14792.PKN "II boie*. meat aw' food chopper' Take all or part. SAVE: UP TO (IO-ABrs&) Motors
: 9.O:2.am..0,55 p.m. ETeryon rich reileter and siding machine: WAREHOUSE Blue Chip Value ilde of this duplex pay the E dream of forGRACIOUS =

Welcome ....P.. I See at: Jtefrlferatlon and fclertrtoervlce IURNITURM SALES. U 4U Street note.
LOANS $1,000 UP Mr' Jim Loser Avenue NW, 4U9HO bl : LIVING 1 .
((2-B) "B;" and Sixth Streap SMf. M R.ARB now sold directWbnleMleJrlre It's the home .
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I MAGNUM R ft H Wtnc_. t.r. Ce.. Ueland* .IT la IT 5lanSal a-ll 117 Bate Ave SW $12000 445,50e

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Lots all spend Hl-n. rcord playa aid ------.. --- 1 1 block from town CB excellent
IS'LA'tMortla1 FOR SALE: Small Western It's the E
CLASSIFIED ton Oood buelneae. 1Pon.bi... TV, hake new, Raonablt tMl ARKAHA8 Tra..I.r Fiber-. : area i condition A horn for the young r
Auorlit
aft Ito It.. Laha Ida. a-ItnUBRKR 15 Include stove,
good location. Rent reaaonahl. flap* Bnetwtth electric Mart [ EXECUTIVE CaU =
HP Erlnrul mnlor, trailer I corer I refrigerator It air conditioner
STW4I4 Night
LET US hevtlma phone STAMPS ..1Iac:1.ad.n' : .... It's the price
and otKehn-eaMrl Uk
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S7J-1M4. .1I.r. U eidtatur. 140000. 1-10 I I ELEANOR IGLEHART |

put YOU In the) party aid Loans MOTEL IS mlt*. yean cIA07ooo0 other purpoMi ails) datlnjlamft CYfe4M. Yet this truly fin home Isall EDNA WATSONREALTOR E[ E".. A Su... CY 41III |
TTTt f .1 l lllk Men pock-t
the time" yen lll.0on dow. Beat Leattoa I I S
,*ollll the 1wnl -.JlOOOsm.Up .U-Wl tr HavV CT SW .tamp*. STAR PRESS PhoM. CY (I II-A I ) Ft Rent.Unf. of these thing and

t. Talk tout I.TF 4.371. 111 AT.. A. KW TfROLUAWAY much much more IM Sib Sl. N.W. ct 4.4141LAKETRONT COUNTRYE4a3141

'THE PLACE about : TOWN
your CTUB. Iyear A has three bedroom ,
It
FUU.T EQUIPPrO NITS' bo4. tMl Bibf h..4l : FOR aut mt OPTION TOrnoav ...
of U..* Ii the Cr.ll. Pleer probl.ml.NO old. All. block ronetmctlonTike MMr Rnnrd. BUT 1.bath .koua* two bath (one with :: nwmmr
ij1rrrrl
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5.5.0.Mouse.-.t the L.M.d'loses atC5Sn1In Steak APPRAISAL FEE CT low down payment CT 31325 Uirht I"b; ::1 LOOP, tLK with, O B. ,tmonth lama t0.00 par dressing room) beautiful 111.WO [ UIiJUl; !
hand rant l and Mice. OUR with scuttled mine Sew Dawn Payment 31edroetneVIMda :
.
Palk C.unl, ON SEAT down lIeJU\OY family room with fireplace
PRICES CANT BE SCTBROOM 5\I ir \ room, cnmed. porch.,
MORTGAGES OOPHCR HOli SWAP SHOP, EPS. expensively car.peted iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiin I I
FIRST nrtlt-tm oven tad run True |ak
'THERE'LL BE For Sale
((10)r Article Laka 41
) U.R1 la Kafl
FIRST MORTGAGE : ; _p'.I.' bath. living and dining feat no road betwM .horn aid
dtnc ng Prldx and Stnrdy CORP. HOVIS of gauss funttvrs tear a B I ...U" Ta and ....... room entry foyer Uk*. JK South. Lak Dr I>P. _l-s
nphte' < t* Mv* mull AItr04. Ilan tart M taw (lane nfllhhnrhnniof CY WTT after 400 p nL S-TF
Let u* .,,111! ,.". fvrit of WINTER HAVEN Wholesale To All sale.......p.ID My Lake."......,m.nL Call u M'Onr1I. a Watkins die l ir Elbtrt Elmn43R4. fully\ equipped kitchen A1.MOfT A GIVEAWAY: :
'n.I.11 at year tabl..P at E1S Central Av*. CYJ41J1 lee I'IJ.101t. 4C tarp 1110 STPJwt double garage INVESTORS ATTENTION PI""la, Balance. Dow P.1ft. .,.
the: betWE Owner nuet Mil mnrrate Mnrkwplei Tan All law Mwdnrnn
I Complete new 11 pe. living FOR RENT' bedronm central heat and air eon <" nI.* town rlwmte i- (T' Ey. ratckcr rtonda ........

OFFER I I.t' $1M.8S USED TT SETS A. I*. Take funnelled ben off r'i.ou:; ditionlng colonial de- UedrremN eeck side 11100 moolh- ........ HI UaM I.. Phyl HIS
room group I .... .
your pick IIO.M ouli. JnhniMiAppllanc Ship I>P. C:. Y M4M.TF- dgn. spew' no. { s-u

tho' nnnt,.u'" N.lone rub r..I1.and eaeeht I T PC New DINETTE 49.M *. ....... Alfr.4 ST-ltsa"TF. SBEDROOSIOT ..,;;.-Ins-Pent :?IIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRetirement ,u I BEDROOM BOISE:
Situation Wanted t eel B. This home I I. located on
((3)) cellar furatchot
Ne. .it.dN PC New DINETTE $3).U : ,
rvtln u|* I WITH PURCHASE lit Bin beaus I4MI HI %* Ie. $7300 ammtb Howard Terrace with anexceptional f ; Ready for Immediate
octupasty -
M\ MinlmitloL.ok
Cover *4-252 1.3wEDROOMd.
::11-1"
.. untie! SOFA *> CHAIR . STtM rant rioetrt Carpet ghampmwr lakevtew of
( th fUmlnt
1100 ft
EXPERIENCED hah* and patient for ILOO day Joan BolamlHarwwan. II tq living area.
oaly
Etc II.CO per ,Ne., ns Rod ptNE both Lake Howard and i Home In
eltter 1 Formertjr employed wtthjPunkl TABLE Lamps Up .. MlSMAtX. Built-in range, awning window .
-L MOND'SSTEAK s e ro ntL Neat .. J :
BMIere lorries of Ortando.For Lake Mirror. Truly an
Mpolntmrnt call ct 3/110 I WAREHOUSE FURNITURE: horse deg ..I year... Fen old.CVan. .pb'a eT : 143SRD5t00M area to be desired by the GolfviewCircle I .. fun the bath. terrazzo
HOUSE roue wick floors, screened porch ..
SALES _M",1 ."... Item WO Oal irntAm4 how and most discriminating.
ISIS Cypress Gardes Road MAN and Wirn, mlddl. M.. clues) tank Pined Mir waUrtn pun A'-1.:; : Son and $0405 ATaxvi | | Priced at ......* ".It ....
NW CYJMM raneai
CY J-M23 KouMkeeper red rareiaker Wrentilt ejSUiSt, IMM*. ctt.... CY MM4. 4iiBirrnic C The pries of this borne
AUM % N..CAI.e. M ru rot **UB REAL UlT'IC cy 41115&f-.r.__ n which has 1000 squire i Conveniently! Bear down I after law dews 'I.tat _

WILL DD f In KJ horn. Spirit t..k. Rd H tofu South of I feet of living area. i I. i tows but !Ia a neighbor>> E DAN WINTERS
_.: Ar V. NW wrwtrrrrrrrPRINTING lIal.lI... MO 0301*. atATTENTIOV S33000 Already financed. | hood of tjuakty homes. S 5s
..10 112)) Fo I Furn.
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HI4& nt. Builder Dcvelaper
CY -
((I-A) Instructions LEXICON 1 1 down payment of only Bedroom. I baths. Large EKriflf r

i GAS RANGE SSOOD Is needed. = room rkarris CT vita
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((4)[ ) Lost & Found NO. fi STOCK AND WATER HEATER Thli ala Bionths oW home s room Carpeting, drape | Jerry Marlis. CT 4-Ult
FREE PLACEMENT
and refrigerator ImttuOd. *_
SERVICETo Sen Helen bMclty'" t* the. lend OWNERS B tT.L'StiERCATAW la shown by appointment S t-ir
d s Hea.UfBlly
Us4t
Graduates tt iinkiw IN .< ... ...1'4"u, ..Ibr.l Issue to ....re *he>4 roe tuff. **4Sea .. I only For addmeaal information s teapH .... Pries is ss
Mentlty bird *-* .. wale beeter to .. all eIm'lass I cal 3BPDIIOeII a t..aasYa.!
and .1 .
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vrlry ,* e
e sp .
PADGETT klerkee Jtawertb wM nrraat I 1 ......... bane. Sates S2UOO. CaBitsSILL i k> 55 W. I1 = 2Wetu
.rlgy WHITS tOODLM seams' ", hl.,. ,rlatiR f Ie t 4._ I rem payment e. to (*.** es Hwl c MU Mica i II!!_ "' sW:
(haIba lens lkan 4 wlri.! e less. bee a taw I i I TRACE raw Cm .
g 25A
.aw = : : Puraiabtd mats 1 II I h4nom. .1 *
? R3rA ; .. 11M.laSa
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL 31 O64. VE 3145 ,loss. us'Indite .ateae1 .. 5-i 3
a new .It.... atfIe4..t, Satpenl.Meleee LEIS BROS. | Eve. & .... CT l.Kn
Classei for a-wee beats. w5 alas .... = s ATTRACrrrB wH hIM m.deee <
big. big ...... ice cc ilk el5 e.u.es t 5 bdne $121 .
bow ....... et.rteat..a
BROKER AND SALESMAN I (('SH.II.) Trailers 5. say pew reel ...... RatpastFey. a4 I IS. 5 isent bats haw REALTORS |TOWN COUNTRY| rweea ea-- Ingle. laad.aa.seea.r ./
CANDIDATES : lee dews peI a N as.aY brA.ww. 121 525Dude.
JMwan1k'Se1 'I ...
3aana021 as UN ith N.W. ..
Beginning T P.M. Tiesds. I S at. r N Eme
peycwN ..... a. n1e M $1VE 111 fii'1M n'IIiiT
March lot* AI SM 14th St.. NE ,, NOW ICLUNG.MOB1IB hull II'*. (4 SKY ,..t ......___ K3nUS ta' (0ppit Netlfc Gate) h13-1141 iiei! 1
Palm J.
HOMES Tto4yBOUJkWAYBIMI! .
LAOS
(ell 1KII ae SINE aaLR aw pe.4
(Llceaaed ft Caaraoleed) Shots. BX M *.... .' 4-tSSl :E:
u.Yulagl. ; BEAST SM Sin Nile CT x aaere on V5Wda pe.q .... P
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Call Ztt-oaol Bv Rios ;"IIJltllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllnliII .lake* WWIT r. 0i
15T s es.a e.sw a JtWU' Murhrkal assn Mlet BWbbiWlH lotrSeW.e..o.lI!
4F. a r IIILTMO" 'f..I1. 3254 rr RWTAIA w RwCT J )
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110 .,. Plnor Putlrtur *; 1-est1 Mtl fenaisrt by e a* ite.erl
I c:3'2't: aid17 "UiI/oed. $2171Ni aIiUI .**. c. IlL n-xr I 5919 r- WI



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Advertising RLSOLOTIORWHEREAC of Loadoa today carried UNtoUowiBl a1AR4 4IT1ING 10151 WlufAnt13rD IYifAOJU1T Howl
| heretofore 1T Ibg OWOCD N their it AdhINl TNAiY 18f
day of Dacembor. A.D., ": claulHed adveriiBB- le1D ea41e Uf1 DOUA Llfnf !

Polk Board County of County Of riviund. A inlet .. ita front pale iDSM NRDY
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aad ry "M Seas mutt be male
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((13-A) V, 6rovProve ((14-A) Lef & ACfMgeRANCHES for all. election locludlnf" praclaou PretacU InCouuty. dpalg- Mack not more than three

naiad thrraln aiTproclttCt W, BagiaUka
and Precinct IT. Uord avUli. yearn old, required h; Old

For SaleM and WHMU.A8.; It bat been dlacoy- Stortfordian Rugger Club for r

and that In the doacrlptloa of aald their flea race to be held at \ 1.

ACRES 40.. ACRES Mar Lake Pierce Klatoa proclniu la. through tha said error doacrlpUon a mistake* ra- next social. Saturday, March I a .

improve pasture with canal lulling la the incluaion of aa area obi
ALL ORANGES >>rIM v4.rWee ana. ereeeed fence with bouae InPura.coiao N which oerrocUy U la 14th Garwood, social secretary l : 1

eie.Uent age *o* Priced to MIl with termaN tIIy.OW.: 'l'JlUuou.. It endue b Boniungton'a Huntdoo, ,

County location IrrlplfeB correct said mistake.ud to actor.t Hertfcrdahire."
well tMe &M ..., ...r.... tM ..... ..
pump Buy ACRES very valuable land iIIMIgg

grove BOW and get tMa years. near Lake Raglan Horse Track Legal Advertising _n _

crop Price to tell a' H.WO Hefhlr improved parture : n=:rr.

per icr with 38% culL 1 feared road frontage. $40000 /INAMrO r0UAI III 1'11& ClIIUT; F / 7D Rd'AM M, I MiRTINVmRftsRAMt
tintkT. IHtffXI / .
-SEE- Half cash Bal arranged !S .leDICUL CitCtT, IM 4i10M > da0 01RdSwY
POLE Col NTH rlOHIDA. f dKYh
t i* (HAc.kvNO. !
179 ACRES cattle or horse

James H. Cross ranch near Winter Haven.CrMaed : M0Rf0A0E' fkiMaiai CAWfcl ifooanJBBflnC*

fenced, water vita excellent or
C. '1'. UIo\II.&y and win, :
Realtor location Valuable H. &the rit 8&41&.1:1': .

land. Priced right $32 per s all .- Here r PUlnttK.PBOPUDB .

Office, Z3D.\ :Srd! St? 5W acre. Terma. ,,\orr.!:;tit a UNION BANK; a

Phone CT 4444Cltrtu ; THUMB banking
sad oorporat *,
) Crow Our 8pd My"I -SEE-. w.dy 2't NOTICE OF alITelentT0 ; }

ladeg Halt fIt Pease Creak a : People. a, Union
Wok a
H. the ertlena L b. T_. li
Cross
James W-ior I IlMatll and all.. .0/1/, tilt the of Lawubun banklat, 7ennewe CIOI'poraUoa I II ,. A 31

Wanted!! REALTOR anIle io of that pan d tM lIortlllItctloa I suit You.IB ar hereby: notified that' a
equity ha been
Listings W.. d tilt brought
Office 239 A 3rd St, S.W. d I lying *alnjt! you by CT. Haul. y and r.w
Phone CY 42444 bat Shoreline ol Bacla. lakhe.gall wife. Jewla B..liplaint ffa. la
We are desperately In need of 8'9 tkeTawionop a'-' :Pt Raaaa I'C UM Cuxutt i...nit' 'Tenth Kftd.1 ._ -

Good liitlngj WI have Circuit, in and for Pulk louaty.
grove Th fcouadary lien at said oloe-
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Florida, and
%<'u are herein em
buyers for Urge or email Use precinct la the perimeter ot AN1DttfEiLDlt OMLS
cHores BESrDENTlXL LOT enC 1M said wide mooed, ordered and required to BETSY KR AMP lOe4 1
young or mature orange p.e Ouch Road. Owner pdyeeocsnad file your W'rtlt.'n answer or ,leton*.

grovri If you have anything! will Inane. Call ..-... ITS VoUaI,' CINCT NCO lsetLakAOordehwuh M bested to tilt you Complaint In the above filed enUtkMleauM herein FLOUR COM It41HYC' CESTUS.S. 7Q FOR"MIN OOMio EI 0 T7iy ,

for Bale eaU or write AU hoUou I. a. .. .. .. I. in the office .f the Clerk at
ron KMAKER..
IALB ay on.ir.B the Clroalt Court la and fr>r Polk
St. U. U. 15. 1117L N. 11. 35.15.IN c KItA
Chula lake lot last side lAke County, rtorlda, at hi. ; P
on and tha Boyth %'" of the of lie* lath i!
1& III
M. H. Jordan Realty M arlb&. aoaHa tu wlda CY : 11. portion Court HOUM I I. Barlow. Florida
W381. WJ .-rT'r: and 'rt. .:: In on or before the aoth day of ; Jr 'I'II
REAL ESTATE COUNSELORS Lake of Hanoock: that portion of Bec- March. laM. and t* .rye a copy 1 El / .
714-11 .11Ja St NW Z7S7 of much drfenee. upoa 1 ,
IM and M
tina 'riIn .
legal Advertising .1S\.IIc.k\ and that potsd Crlttondan A (. ''IIattorn.y. .'
81It of Reoucu 15 In end< N .herein. who,. add.. laai7ta4
North at i VUJ all the Van Skher Building WIn-
lying described laude are In Town. tar !(even, Florida' oa or "before f1; y..aawluraK
ACRES ORANGES OTICB above South RaaK* Eaat' Mid I dat*, a* rvqulred bv the lawn Wov ietl iu' ry.a.wew.mdaf
Relics .to kinky given that ab4t.21' Imo : said .leotloa ot Florida and the Florida Rule I ot pa' tC 1a etNa WNarMM.a
BMlad Bid. will IM received by boundary at Civil Procedure. If you fall lo do n.MWa hp N lUIe / 4
to la th perlmaiar
Heavy VaL reduced for pracinct\ *
ha: Board
at Public Initructkm at dfiecrlbod >lallel.. *o. a Decree Pro Coal_ will b*
quick tale 29% down up rol.r."o: al the Coun the Votlnc Mid al Oordonvlll ntnod afalut you for the nllif watt r1Vi
,c. OTIlo SIT demanded In the
rtmTUWR on.DBKBD Comnlalat
to 10 SK
BaL Price
on
years at the Suporlntandmit. of Public in. that this Raeolutlon .b* ra You are furthar noli/led: that the
$42,000. traction ol Polk County Florida. In the nature ot Mid cult I* t* canral a
In tha Court House Annu at Bar corded the Clerk ol thegrcult Mortgage of record prumptlvlyflva
otno at
tow Florida, up t. 1 00 clock Polk County, nor. .ky the pl.lntlfft I* your Bank
VARNER REALTY pm, Wadnaadar, the 3Bth' day ot Coun and&the, b* puMlahadme and recorded in 0/R Book tin. eoet ralB
March, itM, for all mattrlala: red Ida (f) vaaka laWlntar P*(* tM, Publlo Record of PolkCounty Soul. YUny NAi drmgo cOD, ) 7NArliNgta
14 ILk St., NW CY 18154 labor mceuary for the Two Story a Haveforfalh Florid*, and rerecorded la 11 AT Tent Ulf $TAtiN Ng act ,..
or CY J44J7 Clawroomi Addltloi to Winter Ma"n publl.h.d In :a't O/R Book lit, pare doe, Publlo AND ft LOmio 1NIe % tMlSt
Banter High. Winter Mane ,a....ral IJI cKulatloa In *,,'ld Count Record of Polk County, Florida,
Fla.Cure of Polk aad Btata of Florida, thaflrat and :Incumberlnf the tollowini
81(14A i bldi ai art properly:: and publication to ba within lea described real estate .lluat u PolE:: .0 $It
timely filed will b* opened by Uia tilt) 4ay. after the date of adoption County. Florid. twit /t r15y$
said Board of Public Inatrurtlog Order lei t beilnnlnf .1 a point ITeo +y o
( ) Lots & Acreage immediately following the .10..... IDO' AND ORDERED by unanImoiii .. WM M teat front the re*. g vYilS
said final roo.r for netlvlnr bids, vote. of all CommlMloner. In trr of a circle which h the designated, for lumartinra 101010? and open sen.1.n helm 111" Mole fet Weal Mid 14404
la the Court House Annex day" 01 "b".Y7. 10 D. 11154, at feet South of the KB corner of 1 '\ t
RANCH at Bartow rinrlda or at soon Bartow. pntk County, P Brie.plARD the BWIi nt the BE thrart aa t". Board may aoootnpllib dF OOttNTT Township 17 I. Rn.. M /
the aama. COM MJIIIJlOl'llt'Rll' Rut, thanea runnlnf oa a leave
Beautiful Imprond web drain* Plan. and apwilflcattona are on By Wllmer MoCulchaoa at right angles to th* left wltk
STf nine pierced in PanMoola, flla for .,,",,Inatlon, rarlow and Chairman a Mdiu of ao feet a diManc tf
:lIable whit* Dutch clover fenced malarial lake off at the office of ATTEST: of II feet lout at-sa wet ia \ wyplliCI
erne fenced lov.ljr harp* I BR ,,,. Architect Bright '1"lI< bom I full tilt bath Flu. room P.O. Box 41. Ukaland. h'on da. reh IT.. 94. Mar .. t 111I4 Thence Monk anon.iltnatelv KMfe
fIN plan built.In tore A oven dlwaehar and the Ownnr'a Arobtactural Da- t Bant.Hy' approtim.ti-ly TJ '
a nf" Offlc 4 double (.. penmen In Bartow Florida. Two feel to a point In renal North i6'll
... AI? gondluos, 10 _II.. N of ..- of Balll her red npe.-..11.'.. IT ''fll& na/T tOlBTOF THKTKMH 00-M WMt 147 feat from Ih.
= R.vtn( mil paved road, lorn may ke ohtalnad; i at tha I flee JlllllUL IIKCUT Of rOB thence "mouth slut Rut 147
.000. M* down good terms nf Mid Architect upon dapoall of M.OHII1A.. IJI A>D fUR H.ur..r.It POIKIUI1Y foal to the point of befliuialf.
M 13000: for each aat of IIn<'ument.: et'1: ( Alan Lot It and II befinnln,
Mid dapoalt. will ba rttumad to IT TO TITtBCAUK ""
N.Iuoe.POLE at a petal, B 11-10 But: to feet
COUNTY the Contractor upon the relate" of : : NO .t MMlRICUAAB from tk* drier of a cirri' OUT N TlSi YAYADAt1tYGTIIG ; rLl.tlrteWRI.1OUese1 iMTlr
Mid pi.... and ''l1r.tlon. In D. THOMAB. BTAL.HENRT "wkk-h.
m feme ptur UnJ H, mOeegad food condition within flit... (U) Plalat1lfao and 144IM fet lout of the MB VtS191ABOlRYOU t RugN r iLLrug rasa
d.ara after the data of opanlnf bldi corner of the South We* 14 rf 934350IfRIgJITItRI
tt<>ntq.. Appro. *0 arreato UcCAuivOTira
... >1'ALDefendants Nl4RRt
and eontlnrant upon .Ipt on a tilt BR'i ot Bwtlon 21 Tnwakip .CIS
land Puce
** 1110 00. gift"
bona flda bid fmm Mid Contractor 17 outh, Rant M Steel. '" gd
dolcepto15y..r.rbal. Should the Bidder desire addition. > or BUT these H
nwnmf on a ran *t
VARNER KEALTYLakevlew I al a..ta tt Document. prior to bid TO ..fl.4r.: Je.eleHenry Rlfhi Angle I* the right with 5
opanlnc data. or ahould aubomtrwfc Joke a ..41... ot M ft a dfotanp of
II IIb. S. n. C1' /4u,1 ton or material dealers desire a Smart, Marina 'Thomaa, Janw en feat Soot 395 WM *M>n>*- 1
Tiyttnmonlluunuannnnnuuur. Ht of said Oncumrnta some will JIaII.,. lRIth&rd. Loom ImaUly 107 fM to the Ihwn
ba nmrlded upoa payment to aaldArrhltact Larmmora Johaaoa line of Uk Marina these t t
I I the amount of IJDOO laeon. Charlta Boott Eddie Rails anjall with MM ahomlHM.. Boytk Lasted > C;; 7 i iea
: ., the coat of "produeliOll" partlaa claiming mt rat By to a point oa the horlla.
Mid
I I thereto. Mid aura being. ioarafundabla thmic under or aialaot South tad K *mm lml 4r IIB Mr +
Lot known dol".d.nlt and all pwtlee fad from the POB Cheers northiaie .= I
.
i Each bid ahall lie aerompiuilediy havlnaor claim!** to have WM II
$2,250.00 I a Cathler-a Chock. or BM' Bond any rlf ht till or Internal In feet to the paint awroalaicUly*f kMlaalnc' \tCdMA
In tha amount of IH of the kid tko real aiUt haralnafUr daa- All l cld In I.ike kUriSTTer- > iTjeVaRY
payable to the Board ot Public latruetlon etlbed: pace Mo. I, Polk Comty FkwtTR4rr -
E -' 100 i 150 ft. deep I e of Polk County. Florida' TOIl are .hereby notified that lito 2_ t'' t.
i:: ai evidence of food faith and sr. plaintiff* have. on January U 1M4.InitUuted no 1 .
High elevation with commending ;
nttalruf that the auceawful, bidder suit, a,auut you 1* till Lei Tt and M Ijkk Marina Tf
lake view. Cud j will aiaeuta and furnjih to the above atyl d Court and tIM tialur tea Bubolvtelfla No I .eooMtnf
of Board of Public Inatnwtloa of Polk of th milt It a Bill I to QuIM lo tk* map or plat lheeui ,.. -
out limits only
city :: 'to"
County. norlda. a bond .tensed by Title ll th* following I I deacrlk" corded IB Ik* Public It........ Hi
t of these left at this 5 a Surety Company "i'oo t. doboelnem real eatate ta Petit County norlda, Posh County. Florid. Plat Bonkn Yd1.T ate PIATSISI.u5 sash p I4 p.upl g Np
s price only $ ne down E;i h 1'brld5 ew oftr. """rh: pal 1. larludlnc all aopwrtenMce RMCIIMNKw eeAge AAf4Y dlw11W ?1e00I TWO ? AICMt IL4TAIr. AL01ppTAaOeTpTor
Contract prica.-2. taa 1101d.ye Kaot m feet 01 tat ., TN- *. rlfht end Uapronroom. e0add.ale 314j'AdMes.rMERe' ACtA P l1cAd WI901N. nterl llbtlf
with S oa balance !! mttmr HAlntf Ml Ih* PfMraot. MAMS AII/milWT Plat ... pttv/1 vcaw'
years ;
: Iv.gll Oom.WMg of Rew None /411
For lot requirenenta :j t Mid; w'bond fuarantaalnf; thapartormanea Book -Pan N rubik n. bath aa 39. Mid q5. LiT74./TQJr Mu1 N RU1M11
:
your J
= f I/L1 0MI'1nyj
1- of Mid Contract, the ads Poili County Florid: lob ., klnf Heine AND TAwe AtiTANQ
coniult with j premium of Mid bond to ba paid by and you, ar* hereby' aotlflad to fllayour Ctrl' Polk s
the Mid Contractor anawar or other pleodlntto FlrkAtYa MO. 'ij"-tr. OtfeRas
s MALCOLM TETXEAUT j All bids should ba planed" In annvalopa plihitlfticomplaint, la the offfctn rValnnlne- at a paint M feet
aaalad, and addraaiad to of the Clerk ot the Circuit Court Kt of the Nvr mrnr of Lot 1
Ere A Sun. CY J-M7I | the Board ol Public Instruction, ant mail a opy thereof I* Bummerlin t of the Adam Wllll.m. Bubdtrun
Polk County. honda, % Shelley ..nd.or.. 144 Areaue BJ VIMtS of the' lox of the fffb -
: 1, Boona, County uparlntandmt "W Winter Hare*. auff.rnO. Ceevamm.nt lot 1 of sertk. :
sTowN Court House Annex, Bartow, Doda "before April a IM4 or T.rn.Nltl S Sneth N
COUNTRY!= and the nama .f the projantmuld ere* Pro COO/MM t* lit entered Rut. Throne oath Range 55 fet
: i, ba pieced m the ....tIId.fit laear run Sad 100 feet
the envelope" and worda Indlcau usB17T6N m. hand a. Ih f>rk t"M
tt thenr
ill1 aml1'mn 1 tog that tha envelops eonUlae a bid af the above ry1d Court *.J the run WMt too tt I* tk pars L
ll II. ] for Mia praaetDiirlnc M*| of MM' Court al R2".. n" of aermnlnfAIM .
5aa'II.' UIiJUlIl the ronatrortloB. el Mid rid*, this r b 711.J"4 hoctaniiMT at a pnhvt die
ililiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiKI Hiding and until final aecapUnratha D N. JR. { *t Kaiet NW corner of
fit same by tho Owes. thaConlrartor Clark "'It turtIIt'VVJIN l-e* I of sail Adam Wlillam*
ahall MITT atot.. v.P.n. : B l"'nIflfOa II..lvItItoItt
ol MM KU of the
builder. rtak Inaaranr. I.eliding .> 14* Avenue B, KW 7114 of Ocean. Iml 4 Sep1M. .
LOT FOB BALBBCTLDiae both flra and wlnditcrmrru Winter If..... n*.
....< .. with kiM payable. to till runRnulNq
,.. MM
COVTEACTORBThl (. It rel ihenra
a Marrh t foot
ta TBU.MA* *B)
nnlmetor and Owner M their to Yell..11(5 A Arr> aooo INOUCM
them Cam ,
beautiful lot with 10 eltni ,.rent may appear 1MM fed lo a MOW J g1 TWR DtAWt (XDN'f
tree on comer of Lak Howard win' IM regaled fnlnt m 'be tent Mae of th* n'/IIB/.1aPd DIARI HVMLC'J
JMO
Tide Contractor Rent! or mrwnow WeM Half I Wi,I el IM f T/M WiARIN OLD awueet g17TNVR 1'0GtJN.I1IITWIII
Drtva AArmiM B, IW Lather M build and eorapMa Mid pre yrt 'TO APPLY TO M>ABH t"NIIt'UIart, with MM : .111 WaNTI Le FOR 111 NO'fCRINIe HOUH Plied
Om.. Bub-Dlvldon. Winter Raven, within the lime Mt forth .In tha lul'eTYOtIwPnl0ALR1, n
faauif left, tnwromnwBt* all In1JT OP KM Ibw of Idt I for M fen. *50 854001 P151510atlyyy'gp
: _condlllnu TO (LO.. ROAD

.en Make Lak your Howard but Drrv ea.h tter.o..t 13dp will TIM" bo auoriaahil witlfVd w kkMarara On.at5i; NOtICe Cent ,soMtMre tile Ih HHHMM* polat rua of wars"keftaalnf 1MM. IM feet* eat lo ::2C O 4 J .4' inett

5. A Drew IO7 J:. UhBt ... after the Wi li teMPI"" rf'.1 leof .M,*\11 she. Kt ek feel )
Minneapolis Slants M U The Board of Pub*! (natnrtlaaPal 01O: =: T .r t.". Th atom or wltkM d.ojirtkeil .i 6
nod M.A CISIOGR lowjr* Rn LL94Ieelh. I
tof County Florida, renerwta oAy G T. .. .. a fnm rxateiar* tve. c: h
rKM ta rrlaot any and aSBhp bent wife. win at e.10 a .... oa the located .. t/1
:: la ....
40 ACRES red to wait* any nformaUTHT : Mr day ol Maid lt4. at th NeelaPr yAl
S
fVwnty CommlMN. IMMI. alBartnw TR7r no, in I
TWAItO Of PtmtJCmtntucTTOif 1 DorHl. excel dp and dUrmia
M it t
Lake Pierce Improved k.flanlaf at a
Near or POUt
11 whether or *M Itoeoaatjrwin
M
pasture, with tanal and created CtMTrtTY' rtvOWPABjr ware,.. abandoa. duMnottaua, J:7M4.tram tile B* foe was
A. T BAIL: Jftrhalrman ... eater ot artnW !
read -1. uAn ;
e
awl atone a
fence with houtc. Priced to .. wklrk carter t Ie |.M7
nt Tha B arl et of Pomona. Ava.* a* .. t**
Punk Inatnirekw. ot Polk0HC1J **. loot reel read 144 ea It ftnvta M i\J\
cell with M John A. Btaabani of the NR 1i
I termsSEE n.ty Pleetda Mrhrlon of ..Hl an ...b...lTli na th* MH of Retie. M At Tewao awn.etp tIC y4dcva
.CT S OO\'I1J' Of r B tout t Mki 1 la 4M4y.
:IT B *
... **** n Cant tame ew.ate .
acnUry at Board of PufeHcrurttm 1. TowiwMa 15 Boatk BaeKaet :a .
.
..* i* Pnlh OegNy. Wdda asrmdl.L *a e ram at riM *n.lel .

I James H. Cross itil" .tt.r.-rennlrNt Walk __la ,.tttlol.r... at NIt Caaa Pars. $fee.*.*!tie IT*rkrM dkVMe apof weapile..1h<1m.lety of 11 IM feet fee B i

IJI r lrtt"garrrT,T POLKtotxrr .'TFJITI: % *% and ......... awe I* ttoe raw.. Haa of Uk* MrvO
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SING AT LAKE ALFRED-TU Campbell Smgeri of Campbell Collage fit central' MODERN AS TOMORROW!

North Carolina will present concert at the First laptut Church of Lake Alfred to. 10I

I morrow night. I 1i 4-PC. Contemporary



I First Baptist- Slates Music Night- Tuesday. y AJ' Bedroom Suite


The Fiat Biptiit Church of l",U. Campbell College In

Lake Alfred will present the Bulea Creek, 30 miles south of

touring choir of Campbell College the atate capital, ia central rtlr8 FIKISRIR

Tuesday evening at T:30a North Carolina, expanded to r
acnlor atatui ia 1M1 and lilt
( I program of sacred muffle. spring graduated first senior

The Campbell singers are OBtjielr daaa Sponsored br the N. C k i
''Tw.
g spring tour, which li taklig BapUit State Convention, It hit *

them thli year to cities of .M been aa academy and Junior

the Carolinas, Georgia, and college: since 1SST.Cleaning .. M I

Florida Thus la the group I frat! t -- d w

appearance In Florida since It
pang in Miami at the annual Group MODERN 4mceSECTIONAL '

aouthwlde lelilon of the South. .

ern Baptist Convention la Max I Slates Meeting I SOFA $ .J 7 : j ''a a

| ao.
Conductor of the group la Dr. Tuesday NightAn I All Foam Cushions 1 b -.\

Paul M Yoder, head of the Zipper Coven t
Important meeting of the NOW a: 4
ichool'i department of muile ; ,
Choice el Colon
Dr. Yoder who deceived the Polk County Launderer and I ..+ ftrArrly'w' .

.Ph. D. degree In muiia Itflorid Cleaner Association u ached. COMPARE ANYWHERE! x p IK p'r
a State University in 1961. ,
uled
to be held tomorrow night
ja. .particularly Interfiled to
-- -- at the Park Restaurant Charlie
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church music, and under I'tom
million of the Mennonite DR. PAUL M. YODER Weeks, president laid today.

Historical: Society be baa retJently I son and Wilbur Chenowelh. Charles A. Cogglm, Indua- IncWas:
completed I book on trial safety repreientatlve,
German Mennonite hymnody i Following their cuitom of In- with the Florida Induitrlal Com

which la to be publiahed later eluding one major work In each :: minion, will be on hand ta K 6-Drewer Double Dresser

thus tour, the central portion of their show 'y -
year two color film itrtpi on -t. Spacious 4-Dnwer Chest
The tour concert: la an hour 1 concert: thin year la Frans Schu. dry cleaning: and laundry i

long performance in three parta pert'f 'Mail III C" The choir lately ''I, a" i Tilting Shadowbox Mirror REG $139.50UH

After in opening selection, "0 conclude with the ISUi century According: to Weeks, the film v I

Sing unto the Lord," by the I American "Daiter Anthem" by atrlpi were made especially for r .. r fi Handiome Bookcase Bed

16th century compoaer Han Leo'' William Bllllnga. the familiar the Florida dry 'leaning and $

Hauler, the singer present Itontempofll'1 "Balm in Gllead," and two Ne laundry industry, having been -"n-- ? *. w Your Cheic. of Walnut or RR

group by Serge fro iplrituali In contemporarymusical taken In Clearwater.The SOLID OAK GoldenBiiquewith

Rachmaninoff, Randall Thomp- lettlngi. meeting la acheduled to
"PUiticiieeT I Finish i . NOW. .
The choir rvpreienti one of be i dinner meeting, With .

legal Advertising the South' newest aenlor col.: add, and order will be taken OPEN STOCK GROUPINGCONSTRUCTION

at T:30 p.m. The business sea
don will begin at I p.m. FEATURES INCLUDE CENTER-SUIDED NATIONALLY FAMOUS iJ
Legal Adveirtitingla
HOTICB DRAWERS, DOVETAILED JOINTS, AND DUSTPROOF CONSTRUCTION. PRESTIGEHIBACK .
Notice. It b.nby ,lv'o that
i ,Jealod Btdt will b* rolvd t>, SUBWAY ADLONDON Rag. NOW I
Taa Clrtall Cain Ol Tk.

Uu. Hoard County at, Florida Public,Inaiructlon it tn* ," unuI'II.II'.nt. oljiulk Talk ..'1..1.1.. limit Of Florida (UPI) -An advertliement 4-Drawer Chest ....._........__.._?......___.......?........... $59.50 $38 CHAIR
'"r e Olllc Ollir. la Lad .. frtk County. in London
a subway
""of .... *ui""rlnt......'" ft Public lauruclkm la taaaiwjT. station reads: "Seventy! .five Single) Dresser & Mirror _.__..___..._..___.._ $79.50 $48 AND OTTOMAN J .
ol Polk County. Florida. JACK C aVJUUt. '

ia UM Court HOUM Annei. al ban rialnllff per crt: of all top clergy take Corner Desk .....?.._?......_._......._.___......?. $39.50 $28 Fatm Rubber! 5(ill'j
to*, to I W o'clock .
Plorldoup MDRIw the Times Zlaaaraa1 Cavarf
110m.UM for all maurla! tb day! and of Marc Itbotnntaary iTM DORBY Defendants, *t .1, Scrawled below tt were the Student Desk ?_......_____.._.____ $49.50 $38 DacartUr Fabric! $8 7 tj 4

fcjlvimntary for lit JuntuHfenlor addition$ U HJIII'Iucla Jw4lt awn CAK TO NO QUIET iMtaiiu: TITLK word "The other twentyfiveper Desk Chair ....._T......_.._.?.?..???.?..........____ $16.95 $12 Reg. $129.50 NOW "
.jrhool, Wmtrr Uaraa.:: llorlda NOTION or aiTi cent: buy It."

bid M are properly and TO. MABtU: J. DOBHY. U living Full Size Bookcase Bed ....__......_.._...__....._ $49.50 $34
ttm.ly Hud will .b* by it..IIId and if dead all .' claimIni -

'. Board ol following Publla op.th liutructhmlmmidllly .."...- analnm by. her through and, all under parties or Legal Advertising Double Dresser ....,...-..... ._?..._......__ $99.50 $68 Danish Style Hi-Back Chairs

Hld final hour for r.ol liar bids right, till clalmlni: : Inlirttt U hays Bunk Beds ?.......___ __ $89.50 $685Drawer
.. any or lath
u tlu room d li>atd itmwtlnfi
ral Hiat brlitanr. d.. la And F.r Tk T..lk Jidlclalrirralt Cushioned Walnut loot
Foam $
la th* Court HOUM Aan acrlbnd: la Lad farrlk Chest on Chess__..._.?__..___......__ $74.50 $52 3 2
Hartow,
at Florida or a* 10011tharurtar
Reversible Cautions Seat
.. Ten ar* ..- that Coaly, riarlda Zipperad ,
mpllah Ib* aam III Board may ao- plaintiff Innitutad' h.., on January I. 1M4. UBIIIOCA ANN I. a kaanr DLNJ fil. Nile Stand ..............._.._..._.?....?..._...?.___._......?. $27.50 $19 end Beck Rift $41.00 ((3 only) .. NOW
null alamO
la
Plan. and uwlflcalloni. ara en youa *
TIN for uamuialtoej,, review and above ..,Iod Court and the natureof I'Iallltlff
...
malarial' take off at th. offtet orI.I'C the said mil .la a Bill to Quiet .
Till ta all the following mrrtbd WILLIAM KKUON: DENNIS: f !
the tact and fl
> \ HSU i.\.= BtiMt. ear ttata IB Folk CDunijr, Florida, OrfindaatCaM .
Lak.tind Florida, and tha Own rArchllMlurel '. -It: N. I11JSV1 r { t ODD
14.1. 1r, e1 91 and W, Clock A. MOTlrn TO ArrKABITATR ,. ;/ 4
tow, Florida Ihipartmmt Two coplta In of >Mid>ar-, 141108010 H.ln..AI'ENUK( Ito Ploda$UNDlvlelONIn u: .hnw. William or nrRIDA N lon Dennis TO' NITE STANDS )0400144Nationally / / /;/ UPIO hi 1 >

l o : ; Ihtnof : Rout 4, Box. MlllonhMd
talned at it.oItt's old Avoid. I by map or plat roordd ,
trt upon dvpoiil. of 111 OU lor wen In Plat Book :10' Pat. M PubIM i Kentucky Maple or Walnut
Record o< Pak County, Florida
tot of Docunwata; Sold dcnoalt out ; Pool Offlra Box MlMorh
k* return* to tha Contractor says tat you ar Mraby mtlfld ta fit. .d. Kcnturliy
tha return ol old plant and .pwllirallont four anawr or ohr pleading ta Tou .... hrby aoliflid thai t Values' re $4.BoODD
t la I bad oondltloa wlihla: tha plaintiffs complaint: la Ito off lea of i null for dlvoro has boon flld. I
IIIIM (II) da,. after UM data o' Clerk of lb. Circuit Court andmall th* plaintiff ta th*
... ropy tharaof to lummrrlla .rl'::
.
.11\1 bid. and eontlnfiml upon above court, and you ar*
receipt of a bona lid. bid from and Connor. H* Avanua H NW, ord.r..d and rqulrd I* rue .. apn > $16
bold Contractor. Should Ih. Bldd, Winter H.vnn Florida. on or betas .....lIro. antwr ar othr ..'.atlv* NOW
ban additional Mia ol Docum.n. April 10, ItM or lufl.r Darns Pro pbading la thla' MUM will lb.
prior to bid opmlnt data. or ehouhiflbcontrartora Confwa tn ba inbred atalmt you Clerk lo th.* krlnabov. d..lgn.ldsour
or maUrlal daln WITNESS my hand a* till ri rk; will a copy thereof. lo Ito
chain a tot of old Dorumintt, of th* abnva otyldwA and tha plaintiff or hr attornry, Morton a
tame will b* provided upon payru seal of old Court at Rartow. florIda J Hanlon, eme/ lummorlln: A Connor i
.nt to old Architect the amount this Mirth C, toed Pout Offlca Bol TM wini.r
u} HIM to eovor th* COM of reproduction IX H NII1IfIfIRI.JN JR.rlrk Havta Florida, on or bolero th*
thar for said aum Hung Clnnilt. CVuii 31111) day el Marl, 1M4, to Ito CHESTSValues
nfn-rafundabl.. : AND CONNOR plaintiff t rompltlnt 110.-.,la fllod
JOch: bid shall V* aeeompnle4 144 Av.nu I. NW olhirwlM, dwr pro ronttaa wltiH
by a Caahltra Chock or Bid Bomla Wlnt.r Har.n FloridaMarch wt.ry.1 aialnit you Advertised HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD
the amount of 1'% or the bid, a. It It SO 1M4nv WITNESS mv hand and. official to $".00
I payabl to the Board ol Public In anal oa the ink day of FebruaryIM4 .
en-uelloa ol folk County, Florida ..1111: nun? COl'NT or TMB: at Vartaw, Polk County ricci Solid Cherry Credenza
\ a] .vld.nr* ol dad faith and fuar TKNTH JIIIKIAI. CIIMtlT OF Plorlila.

aJgiMlnc that the awcoMful blditar MIMIHA |M AND rOM Pf>l.KlOlNTY BEAD) *IAI". JR DINETTE L? $ 528 Not Veneer Not Gumwood .
mill *>*rut and furntiih t* lh< AT LAW / / D. M JjR, : 6 7 NOW .
DM. 1II..o.U.
board lit Public Inttrwlloa of tnib. ACTION nAMAUC But GENUINE Solid Chrry.c.m 5118
Clerk of Circuit! Court
Polk ,
County Florida a hood tatted .
ay a Surety Company' llcn'*4It WILLIAM( a*.H X DOWNS. .IdMt-te-M By Lurll Ho.llnpINpuy Bronsfone with Formica top . NOW ,.. Aeyw.er art $2Jf.00 . . ? NOW ,
do boils.M In Florida Inv tooth Cart
Of th Contract. prlca, within taI Plaintiff ,.b. IT, H Mar 1 (, 1N4MOTiri
|(i II days after Mint awarded ihUntraot JOHN WAt.KIR"'ot: al
paid bond ruannuolnd 1R 3-Drawer Bachelor Chest
tan :ptrlornianri: ol old' Contract:: MATiriC Or ATTAtNMNLNTnti'Notion TO MHMTOMla : t I a
Th. r* ly Jdi** Inn> premium ot Mid bond to be
: :
l II hnrby la all : l
giv.b cnncrn rr P lk leastNrlda t
paid by the paid
Contractor
"d, thai Ih* abova' *nUU'dcaiu IN RK: _TAT III orLouiSB T BUILT
All bids should ba ..I..... la aa la now .pending la its Oroult MODERN WALNUT.
r'B'rd- >d, and addriad to Court of Polk County. Florida; u HOtarcDTD *sand WITH TOP QUALITY CON. $
Publicinatruettoa, that a Writ of Aiiachm.ot. baa ..
Ta All Ordltora and .rasa
folk Clunl,. '
Florida
% Hti.ll.y boon tool out ot 2 8
Its abov rtylod FEATURES
STRUCTION
$. Boon, County' 1"IO.lnlond..t, Cmut ....11ItIt th drtondanta Marina Clalnu or Ptmaadt AiialaM
tidal.You
Court HOUM Ann.. Harlow, a'lorbden Jam" Maitla Tndd. hit laid ... ,
d'dlhn4 and each ef you b.nbynnllnd
and th* ammo 01hi project wll.a aam* Nape D*.a, ta HI* III duplicate all E Re.. $59.95. CLOSING OUT AT
kould b* pland m the outnld. olIlk M the Mlh ..
day of rokraary,, tarwd claim aad dmandi which > u
I and
tnnlop : woraa IndlratlnaiHaft by the hrrlff ol Polk County, IToth have atalnH th **tati al Lault I
.. ktjtor tar
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Ito ..
.u.brys
.n Ooeul Md a, sa t h H .tt.rlaN pwrpaMy N M. Bol.nrtl dmaMd la Ito of- 6
taM projcl.Dunne duf.nd.nta Jamea Tndd ..01 fire ol Richard A BronxCnuaty 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite
th* conitrurtloB of mid Mettle Todd, his Otto. tltuate 'In Juda. at hi* of'lc la th* Court
building..and.. mill final aerptancaol the County of yolk State of .,...... II..... at Bartow, Florid. within 1
ih* by the Ownr. the Oon da, and d..crln d aa follow sea ralrnilar monlha from February
trartnr shall carry ai hi. cipi-nta One 8TAR TRAILER: ... lt.4. ... iM> W th* dat ol lna.ai! Sab.It.codYear
bulldrra rink hwurtnra. Inrludlnf ID No HMU11TJ Ito lint publkialloa ol Ihla anttt Caaba .
both lira. and wiadMorm eonraawMh *. I Title Ntimher. MMH ? Karl: claim ar d..mnd mint b* lavrttlnt letter ar u..... a.ir.
IMo payable la th* Contractor Medl II aWMUTJ muM Plata tht plar olmulnar
aad Owner, aa thtir taurmt' may Year HI and pas offlra addrtaaat Modern Fabrics $1 107SK
Nylon
apIwr/ Tkla d tk claimant mut k* sworn to
Tht Contrmrtor will b* r.,|..Ire4 'II..dP.II"RlNi: and mm"* b* flld' aa afnmatd, at
t:11ldtl.ndll.m:::: l. old project p11KRIrrR. : ales. tarn will .b..rom* void NOW. .
tot forth U tha /a/ Bin Walker /./ Rlrhard Aadrav Holatedt
apar1.1 aondltloniTh D K>*rulorViimmvriui 1r a
tw< trHHItT1'Atte".1 : and Ooaaor
t JULIAN
a* aotifwd .ubl.dtt.N111y'daya. ( for plaintlfl. P 0 Ro x 7M Jamison Sofa
tft-r the bid I* *r<.ptn. ail: Ylmai llulMlna wins HavoC. WrMaAttonwya SleepersWITH
Th Board of Publlr EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE
In.trurlloa Wlnt.r Haven. Florida lor K* mtorFeb.
of It.Pnlk County. Florida rMorm Marl, I I 1', B. 1M4 K Murk t U ItMRESTAURANT
hunt: ta relent any and all i -- -- -- -- lUltWN 'INNERSPRING
:
bid and la walv any lnh>rmaltTHK >
SOFA BED AND MATCHING ROCKER

: JllAIIDr W'BLIC MAHRESS.
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INSTRUCTION Of POUt
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FEATURE
Jr COUNTY A T,. RACE MvORlDA Jit Beeuttful Colonial Print Covers Spacious and V I Zippered Foam Cushions $15 8
/jTComfeHaUel
Chairman th> Boar ef MONDAY
Public County Initrurtlol Florida. *| Poll KG. JIJt.10 ((2 only I NOW JL U J 2 ONLY . .. NOW


........BHBU.EY..,. N Th:' I Board HOONI ol PuMMGETTING SOUTHERNFRIED -

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MAKE YOU FEEL OLD

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