Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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THE WEATHER Winter Haven Daily, News-Chief f CitrusThe Capital City Of Of 1 100 The Lakes World

Fair and send< with! a high of 80 fo 85.

Low tonl M of 55 to 60. West end

northwest winds tight to 15 mils per You Always Reed It Pint

hour becoming light and variabla to
In The NewsChief'night


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Mates ; USSR Pledges Peaceful

Coexistence With U.S.

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Economy Of 10-Year BuildingHits i I Citrus Looks President ConferencesWith Has ", qne ,..off Will Continue

Local Area $33 Million To Big Crop, WASHINGTON Top(ITPI Aides)--Presl. Tough Policy

\ Is BoomingThe Good PricesBy dent military Johnson and diplomatic met with his advla top. r

The construction boom in no big projects scheduled to ers Saturday to consider "these Toward ChinaMOSCOW

Winter Haven is dramatically get under way by the end of sobering hours In the historyof

Winter Haven economic Illustrated in figures just compiled the month. JACK CURNETT the "rld"Red China's nuclear L.- '
boom which ha been und.rway
s for, more than a decade, by the city building di. However the First Baptist The Florida Cites ReporterThe test and the shakeup In 1"w UP) The nsw
rector that show a total more Church has called for bids on the Kremlin Soviet regime reaffirmed today

continues fantastic at an pace.The unabated. almost than $33 million in the past 10 a new edifice which would admittedly Florida envied citrus by every Industry other, The Chief Executive canceleda : t that it would continue ex.Pr*.

banks and other savlnrsIn.lliulions years, and this year will eitherbe have been certain to send this agricultural group In the world scheduled weekend campaigntrip mien Nlkita S. Khrashchev'apeaceful

r tell the story. the best or second best in year to a new high if the plant is today in excellent shape with to Texas because of the In. coexlattnct with the
West Its stiff line toward Corn.munist .
Bank deposits are up more the decade. had been completed a little every prospect for a .profitable1964.season ternstionil ultuatkm lie conferred China bend but

than J5 million from a year Bill Wolf who heads the earlier. though it's off during the day with the not much. may ,

ago, the upward curve nearly building and zoning department Wolf pointed out that building to an extremely slow start. National Security Council It denounced t II. deposed

double that of the previous said) construction from has held at a fairly constant Going along paddling their White House sources raid 1f Khrushchev himself aa "bar.

) year, when they Increased Nov. 1, 19&4 to Oct. 10. 19G4. level throughout the 10- own canoe, Florida citrus grow. Johnson planned s 'f'rlr. of brained"

slightly less than $3 million. hit $33.693,557, and will be year period. ers art In better financial condl. similar conferences over' the Today' Issue of Pravda the

Saving and loan association close to $34 million when the It has never gone under $2 tion than their opposite numbers weekend on foreign policy He Soviet Communist party news.

deposits soared over $6.1. current fiscal year ends just million the lowest was 1955 In any agricultural commodity.The told an airport crowd at Cincinnati paper underlined the reassur.ancas .

million from the year before two weeks from now. when building was just over growing of citrus, lookedat during a short campaign< given by U.S.S.R. ambassadors .

likewise a bigger Increase than And he noted that these figures that figure and It has never over a multlple-year span, swing through southwest Ohio In Washington, Tokyo
was produced in the before. has had its and downs suchas
year for construction only hit $4 million the closest beIng ups Friday night "the.e are soberIng the United Nation and other
Total deposits in Winter fleeces hurricanes disease
hours In he capital.
when it ( history of the
within the city limits, for years ago
Haven Lake Alfred and Auburn- infestations and other such naUural "
world Pravda upheld the "principleof
dale banks and saving associations which records are available missed by only $79000 disasters but today there is
V S. official doubted that peaceful coexistence between
were almost at the because all building requires' Figures for some other no such thing as a bargain In a .
states with
either' of the differing social or.dtrs
two eventsChina's
$90 million years, which show how constant producing citrus ,
mark--$89,405- permits obtained from his department good grove. as advanced by V. L
009.44 being the exact total In the pace has been are: A recent computation by Flo. nuclear teat or Nlkita Lenin "

the last statements Issued at As for building beyond the 1959. $37 million; 1961. $37 rlda Citrus Mutual Indicates that S. Khrushchev's downfall war.1UII.f'd Pravda said the new govern.

the end of the fiscal year. city boundaries. which has million; 1962 $32 million; for the 11 seasons, 1913-94 regarded'by the other They were meal I)t party First Secretary

That's almost $9 million likewise boomed throughout 1963 $26 million through 1963-64 orange grower aIn as a momentous coincidence sr Lion. I Urhnv and Premier

more than a year ago. The range of the construe Florida averaged, at the on.
the decade than Kusygin "will anactlv
The five banks in the Winter more Lion boom has been wide, but tree level, $2.12 per box or 90. Together their' effect on the '.. tine for the convocation
inside the far residential
city as at world .
Haven area showed a whopping pound equivalent.The would be profound although
construction is there have been some notable t 11 an International meeting of
con- lowest these effects might be
59714473.54 on deposits year's average along
trends Wolf hasnt completed all "munlst partita
on June 30, an Increase concerned there are no figures war the 1953.54 season with a time emergingThe '

M of 13,194,850.02 over the previous available since there are his study but it church appearsthat denomination production of 91 3 million bo.... Kremlin change left great mdDcmbr!Khrushchev had meeting planned of itky a

year. This represents an no permits required virtually every es and an oftvtre return figur. questions at to how East and 'oitniiuniat parti*.Khruh."

almost 50 per cent increasein A guess put this' construction in the ettyhaa the out at $1.26. Th .highest West would not proceed on major chev Intended the meeting to

deposits over the past year st at least $30 million which done extensive building duringthe was the 1963-64 season with an Issues between them-Bertin. arrange a Communist world

when the Increase was slightlyover would give Winter Haven a decade and there have average of 14.44 on production Southeast Asia disarmament summit conference which would
$3 million been a down or so holly new of 58.3 million boxes
conservative total of well over Inc next payment of United Na. expel Red China from the Com.
The three churches. some of them extensions highest Wit $2 98 in the I960.
savings assocla $M million In the past 10 tioni cods Official expect a munlst bloc.:
Uon showed deposits of $33 of denominations already 61 season when production was CENTRAL FLORIDA CROSSROADS
In East West
years, far In caress of any pause negotiation This Dec. 19 meeting may be
(22,987.20 an increase of $6- previous decade in existence. here, some 86.7 million boxes The average while the new Kremlin leadership s Buty Day it Third and Central postponed or toned down. But

887,829.49. The biggest building year ofthl' not previously represented annual production during the 11 goes through a "..h.k.down" the dlfftrentt between China
And the expansion continues. Church educational buildings seasons was 86,900,000 boxes
decade was 1960 when construction period.Aminlatratlon lid Russia are too profound
The American National Bank, have been This year, with an estimate
likewise num with national and racial rivalryto
totaled 13,939,000.This sources saw a
which opened a second bankon cross including several Issued Oct. t projecting 83.6 possibility of Congress Battle be solved In the foreseeable
Cypress Gardens Road during year as of Oct 10, the million boxes of oranges which new overtures by

the past yearIs now in city had issued permits for schools is felt by most Interests to be the Kremlin to settle Russia'sbitter future.

the process of adding an addition over $3820,000. With three Public school construction too high' Mutual Is now project.<<: dispute with China But Rd Chinese chairman Mao

to its main bank build weeks to KO Wolf said the total has added its figures to swell log $3 per box as the next on.tree It wan noted that this dispute Tit-tung, having exploded his q

ing on Fifth St. at Central was unlikely to reach' the the totals substantially -- return and that could adJ.up to han been K deep that easy so, Result In DoubtWASHINGTON atomic bomb, cabled the Krem.U .

(Continued On Page 10, Col. 1)) 1960 mark because there were (Continued On Page 10, Col S) (Continued On Page 10, Col. 1) lutlons Johnson may moved be Impossible quickly Frl Friday urging a return to
unity-on Masts terms
---- day to calm world fears-**p fUI>I)-T Ii. have to bt a real landslide, It was believed that Dmhnet

cially In Ails China' election campaign battle for perhaps a record<<: breaker, to
over and
nuclear Ksoygln were Impressed
TouchdownTrip Polk Has Big Runs bring in 20
Burglar blast Congress Is shaping up a* much neither by "' 10'* message nor

Out Of "The United States reaffirms closer in the calculations of One big r..1OII.Is that the by hit bomb. Khrushchev is
Its defense commitments In the professional politician than Democrats do not expect<<: Re. understood to bare remarked

Aims For'BamaFlorida Tax Roll Also JumpsPolk Shoes In ChaseA Asia address" he. "Even said) In if a Communist television the There race Is for no the landslide presidency talk at publican to break away who vote from for the Johnson party's bomb recently<<: la that not possession ground of one

China should eventually develop Democratic headquartera. The candidates, for Congress, Mao urged that "the two
County started the new The total tax roll marked the 19-year old youth was an effective nuclear eapaMIIty. Democrats are confliient they countries unit on tile baala of
fiscal with an apparent balance third year in a row that the will retain control of both the
year caught Friday night after al- that capability would haveno The COP effort in many Marxism Leninism" which Peking .
of a million and a quarter figure has exceeded a billion Senate and house But they'renot
bgvdly burglarizing an Eloise effect upon the readiness ol states now I* to encourage tick Interpret as opposition to
dollars, which would be the biggest dollars Last year's was $1.- ao sure that President oJohnoton'
store and In flight from Ihe.hf'rlft' the United States to respond 10rf'qut'at. "pllttng.! In state after state, peaceful coexistence with the
in 057,189,527, below coattails can brIM x
Final plans and preparations history. or $11,306,944 lIlY wt
department literallyran the Republican candidate for
from Asian nation for
In While the fiscal year began the new one. sUablt gains, even If the CM.fIx..ull"
are being completed out of the shoes Congress art conducting what Pravda, without mentioning!
Oct. 1, the exact amount of the The non-exempt value for they help In dealing with Communist win by a landslide i
for the Khrushchev '
the next few days annual claim he had stolen Chinese they call "lnd.pend.ni" campaign by same, denounced
1964 is aggression Al time the Democrats 1
Belt TouchdownClub year-end balance wUl not be $771,197,171, an increaseOf out "hare-brained scheming !Imm.
Orange Royce Leo Thorns wo, of Johnson saM the "low yield" thai\ Is, Independentof ,
train known until the coming week $11,756,874 over last year's figured they would be atlsfldIf hire conclusions and "hasty dtcl.
trip special) the Barry Goldwater
when all September bills will be total of $760,140,297 despite e Lake Ida was jwkkly apprt nuclear blast In western China they held lh4r own In the preebdential aloes and actions divorced from
leave from the old station .
paid. But the balance lsestimat- Supreme Court ruling on citrus bended after allegedly breaking had been monitored by U S delection Stnatt which! tHy now control campaign.Tht reality bragging and phrase
Atlantic CoastLine
site of the ed at somewhere near $1,250- lands. into Terrell's dry goods systems M to 14.. This was when several
Republican also seethe mongering, eommanciUm, unwllllngatM -
downtown pros
000, or $300,000 more than last store at I:30 o'clock.: "This. explosion comes n no Democratic seats were In *e.rtous to take Into account
Winter Haven, Friday afternoon year, when the carryover was Roden said the Increase would surprise to the United Slates." trout .. But now III. y much congressional races as tins achievement of science and
thin the
at 5 o'clock: $931,'704. Last year's was hare been $7 million more if the Acting upon a telephone he said. "It hat been hey tab have upped their *i 'Mi, pro And preslden. practical experience
confident of
some art
This marks the 13th trip for $200,000 higher than the court ruling had been the other Into mayfly because of the it of
year- call from Mrs Terrell Deputy en termini In planning, our defeating a number of Demo II denounced "th Ideology
this Polk County organization be fore. way.Roden Femon Shiver and other officers own defense program end nuclear the Johnson landslide they .... erallc Incumbents, unless there and practice of the personality
also listed the tax
Each two games are selected And with these and financial pert They say a net gain of "
arrived so quickly that espsMMy Its military Is a Johnson landslide of record cull. II praised collective<<: lead.
for the football enthusiasts prospects for the 1964-8 bud, rates for the various areas of significance should not be overestimated four eats is possible, the way
This year the stream et, the tax assessor, James L. the county U set by the county all Thomason had time to ." things- are sotMla -. proportion Continued<< On Pig 10, Col. 0))
Roden, also had commissioner and the school steal was t pair I of shoes the hisses the la dltferent.
10011 some
liner will go to Tulra good news Secretary of State Dean
from his records. board. which he had on. Shiver sold The Democrat have \
Ala.. where President Gene Rusk a
a operate statement Goldwater Johnson
Griffin. Bartow businessman. The 1964 tax roll on real The mlllagt for the Winter adding that Thomases ran out added that Chinese nuclear development majority but bee.... of south-" Says

takes the men to see the fightIng estate and tangible personal Haven area .. 22.134 for the of the shoes while, offtmt aloe. has been taken era dtfertiens, control an on I.
property will total $1,078,499- chased Mm' down. and off matter Tine fact Is, the
Gitors of Florida meet coming tax year u comparedwith Into account In US
Alabama. 471 an Increase of over $18 20,756. Only one other area Upon fspturwg Thorns" ion.SMvrr weapons"development" Democrat now bees 13 lever Wants Nation Under Thumb j

This Is considered as one of million over last year. In the county-East of Lake Walts said he found a piece "There is m ptttiMtty whatever seats TwtMy.on thaa .they dM four years

the outstanding contests of the has a decrease la mlllage of the lock from the Tarred ." be sad. 'thai there I Is the ago close election were which lost In
this aa compared with door. put WITH 001DWATER IN "111 resist it with every
entire southern football season Atom Blast year any lack .( security for tile John f
KtMfffy la tht White "
last the rate there being 22. Assisting Shiver were Deputies OHIO ( L'PJRepublics) pr.- breath t have to my body
Last Florida
the same year field and playedon the To Change 090 against 20.800. Duncan and Thomlinsoa. (Continued On Page 10, Cot 4)) Howt.. Four more were lot toIMS. "Idential nominee Barry .old- Ooldwater said

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to a new jab at Prl
nt and Tht DMMcrsi would
Homecoming like
same e\ ,
'Bams the Fleet Make UpSAN recapture thttt seats to dent Johnson >*id Saturday the free eottortlvt bargaining,, he"
upset problem give
hightens this year for Florida Nuclear War Doesn't Scare MaoTOKYO the Presided greater support voter must decide "whetheryou wtrnedII .
said there nothing
want man's thumb
has an even greater teamso FRANCISCO fUPD-Tnt ion the IMh Congress, .ht.nconvent good shed. omBnliliiB and
Juwt/y :}. But country or whether you
the trippers are expecting commander of the First Heel the
t tremendous afternoon ef saM Friday that Red China'scipltalon (UPI ) chairman) < hairman Mao Tie lung .u building Its own bomb Presi pros are reaheeifee. They set want_ ,.." 5"l3eldwakr then labor art nther way of settling
football of a nuclear device Mao Tie lung maintains that known to all/ Tbi. was our drat Johnson aid Friday thai try Uttlt slants tf It, even U made .Mi. asgge "
I'll defend right be
Skin your
there Is a ***** .landslide.tarty that the Prttidect waste ,
The special tram putt Into does not Bettatt a changeof Communist china hai nothing view in the past and "this it still the esaiMMin was a tragedyto to the th* ewMitry. wider .bk thumb tospeech told the working nva of Mansfield
this little college town about data. for the C I. Navy i in to fear from nuclear weapons our vww at prrteMStudent the Chinese ,peopleJoaweon aaisgaipe, they beriutr compulsion. i iswrong"
had been tolktag abed. pWktagOp a to Maiwfwld a* bt to
30 and at noon a tench the Pacific But has people have paid s at Chinese (Ofl".U
10 8v 10 ... vsded Ohio's .ind<* Mal enters
or ** Lately *
Viet Mm Lawtofl P Ra. fearful to develop the Bist affair there I II moreto said scares ,
served the Racquet say aeo-
roD will be at price lie also\ related hit "thumh'
thty'vt Nt their atgNs. lit M not ...... JtlMwta todt
M apoadMt
Club and the fans will sets male the tawmevt laawettog a atomic bomb' on their own this' thaa iMMJe-mtodfd ** semis receweee. which.. told, 11. They soy U wild .sii..stoi west he celled a remarks in the trigger happy

go by special bus to the stadium with newsmen abgl MM Is seat to heve taM. aYMMfev parstKton tr cyntrsl taltrfattonWlttt base- >*..- iM4the is kmprac "on-aM. on.-Ibemb" Idea charge the' expreu. of con

After the fan the his flagship. die crafcwrPwsL visitor to Peking to M*. mesh. they say. Is weN bring of the CM- era about whose tbvmb will been
That Idea. .h* .*ld before a
train leaves for WatMngtoo shortly after. tt .M Jte 19S7 "we have a very lade that aucltar we***** are rertaMy Met peeyle have bees end to Photography crowd astissatod by potttt at the' auelt. ** huttenGoWwtttr .

D.C where. the Orange B.*. fleet Mo San francast barteroa territory and a big ptpttattonAtomic dta.*f.M* fart. that norouotry ptWtKt' a crude wtfoar device 4.000 to lorn. "I. agahMi. tile said bt does not
s .knee-day visit .bows tad net k. aa will ever MM them for chili as* shy ......... the about of the csodidalti .
met win witness a professional beat .lat.rt. of fretdtoi It worry say
fleet W Iht tcl
the Redekerand Their nuclear eiptosiaa. ton Of M"Watt. fear of rsUHsttooThfc moss of .lasetwrHy of the Chi Demtrriuc or Republl
between wit, GwMwcter; MU "mem
!at indicate they have s MabkucWar tf they killed 300 miL ales peopl. graphs to this tie nUt taaaalPrtgrr
.to that regard
the Chicago Bears TheN more ttfltrol fN.m) W*,bkig- chi
weapon nor that they lien of .' We ...*.. stM H" xpiaiM prrvtoH Peking ** T*.rl4 Resist EtUM lie said be doe about
** tea"on. worry
teams are every have the capability of carrying mug people left. ate emeus that 'tht UpPed Then h BO nuestloa that the W Iht Daily !NewtOMf. "whatever I II benear
finger going to
Interest- teaator,
sad should pro* aa II tM I"," he aU. MM has never tM seek a Suits *s a paper ttgtr" beta*.. .bomb required tfterssM of were tskn hy Dirk March the Cammunlat button

lilt afternoon for aB.I "We all expected this t* bap- thfeg pvbtkry, His gwrtrMtew! Ms "..te. .r three to a bestow sear" ...."........ egepmeatred sad Rath Iliad tttll ahctogrs lag his remarks .. union mom GeMwaler had made similar
bees tile
to audience which
I TIle tram arrives back ui pee The theory of unclear fis- frequently Issue. etatesatstsMe ... sd that .therefor 'the aatteaal rtsaarett at a .4er.. hversl *r* CyaressCirtV .. was statements but the Mansfield

Winter Haves Monday around ton a svsuthl. to every***. tM tut which Mfewed fn- people caa vtrcMM sitdsraV USA* when Cites Is stragglMgto *. ah. ..M, totMIng' a liberally .IIWfIIt\ remarks hi first i
for Prttidtnt said were comments
11 o'lock la the IMI'B IIII ft' .. .. their. is get hi (rt fail lain hyMtrria JtaaMfl.
s really a matter of tranaleting d., atomic Ms* cease on page a4rtrt In that vein sine the
.. thumb" I d
enemas ont t a
I The first trip that the ergaCooUnntd the knowledge to a usable "The nom bomb u a paper bAn Mat probably sever dwbtod. Meets de Oca. aatltnalarrssaa. would arbitration change of regime' la the Krtrn- t
( Oi Pap k>. CaL T) device tiger Thii faataws say tog by to tht cost to Chose of that It ws worth! the ettert price-visaing. eta
I to labor d......

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[The Weather--Local, State And National]I Christmas Seal hamber r For Fitness And HealthBy


j t Roth the inside and the outside
Mrs. Braddock
E. L DAVIS of the thighs tend to lobe

Cbeelb.r .f Cemomens their elasticity and collect <.\
t? Mrs. Paul E. Braddock, Sr. tra bulges of fat This I is tru
of Aubwndale. active in civic, Executive Vice PrndON ... of the heavy woman as well!

church and community activities as the slim lady

has been named Polk THE MOVE For the overweight person I:

County chairman for the 1964 she should also diet senses
How is measured in community? By
Progress a
IAIt FAIR Christmas Seal campaign My But the slim lady will on.
J Dr. Howard DuBose. president the population increase? By the increase in retail ly ruin the figure she already

.. L :f of the Mid-Stite Tuberculosis sales) By the increase in bank deposits? By the amountof has by trying to "diet off"

1 fug. and Respiratory Disease construction going e on? those extra bulges.
Association Inc., announced There is only one way to rid
These indices which reveal growth and should '
..1 WA V3rlowtrRt the appointment of are them and that Is through exercising Nikifa PlannedFor
Mrs Braddock. The 1964 campaign these yardsticks be applied to Winter Haven the City the buttocks and

starts Nov. 16. would show up exceedingly well. thighs in a correct manner BrezhnevTo

Dr. DuBose, praising past Take population. In 1950 the census showed about As the buttocks become soft
achievements of Mrs. Brad. and begin to droop, this pushes Succeed Him
8p cRR dock In public service projects 16,000 people in the metropolitan area. The 1960 the flesh to the sides of the

IN said the association looks census showed 31,000 and today's estimate is about thighs, therefore a strengthening BLACKSBURG, Va. (UPI) -
111 forward to a record Christmas 34.000. and lifting of these Premier Nlklta Khrushchev

Seal campaign under her lead areas li in order. planned for Leonid J. Breehnev
Take Retail Sales. Back In Iy they provide many lively
ership. One way Is this side kick. to succeed him but In a more
RAIN AND SHOWERS -Rain forecast for the New England states with showers predicted 1950 they ran about 18 million moments.The "
Born In Georgia, she has Lay on the side and raise leg "orderly manner, W. Averell
for the Ohio Valley and the Southwest. It will be air elsewhere In the nation. Cooler weather dollars a year. In 1960 they Chamber serves as an then Harriman said Friday
been an Auburndale residentfor amounted to 4,209,000,In 1962 Information bureau, for Instance up high toward head
Is forecast for the New England states, the Southern Plateau and the Pacific Northwest.
39 years. She has two married they were $46,872,000 and In to local residents and lower it again. Speed may be The power transfer's rapiditymay

sons and two grandchil 1963, $48,'731,000.Certainly this out of city visitors A letter of obtained as exercise becomes point to some Internal dls.
Florida Zones dren. Is an Indication of a period of Inquiry (of which there are easier. Perform 10 raises with agreement, said Harriman, undersecretary .
Secret Service Knew Active In PTA work for 15 Increasing prosperity that Is more than 13,000 a year) perhaps each leg each day. Gradually of state for polltl.
Panhandle years, she served as president still increasing will say "I suffer from work up to 30 raises In a three cal affairs
Clear to partly cloudy and two yesrs. She helped organize Take Bank Deposits and deposits asthma, I have heard that a week period.
mild today and tonight Highest the Central ElementaryPTA In savings and loan association Chihuahua dog In the house will In an address at Virginia

today In the 70s, lowest and also the Auburndale !. In 1960 they totalled cure asthma. Is this true in Quotes From The News Tech Harriman said, Khrush.
tonight 48 to 54. Mostly north Jenkins Had RecordWASHINGTON High School PTA. She was $96,558,954. In 1963 they Florida and can I obtain a By United Press International chev had planned for his sue.

winds 10 to 20 miles per hour one of the founders of the amounted to $66,147,761. As of Chihuahua In Winter Haven. WASHINGTON President cession. He told me In 1959
becoming variable 10 to 18 Auburndale youth center. June 30, 1964 they added up to Questions like this pose a Johnson commenting on the that Stalin made no plans and
miles hour. (UPI) The Earlier In the day, Denlson Is charter 77600680. problem because sometimes combined effect on the international It was very difficult for themto
per North Secret Service knew more than Kitchel, COP presidential nom. Mrs. Braddock a In new construction from $2 people are allergic to dogs Instead situation of the Kremlin get together
three years ago that resigned Inee Barry M Goldwater'scam. member of the Auburndale million to $4 million In homes of being cured by them. and Red China's nuclear "Mr. Berla was a little over.
Fair and warmer with a White House aide Walter W. palgn director said the Jenkins Federated Garden Club serving and other types buildings have Steve Allen, the TV star, recently shakeup ly ambitious. They had to shoot
high of 75 to 80. Rather cool Jenkins had an arrest record. case may help Goldwater. ss president two years. At been built every year for many said, "Asthma doesn't detonation: hours In him. But as a result of reducing
again tonight low of 50 to 55. But It may not have known the Kitchel told newsmen in Sioux present she li president of the years past. These figures are seem to bother me any more "These are sobering world." the control of the secret police
of the
West and northwest winds arrest was on a morals City, Iowa, that the Arizona Green Thumb Garden Circle. for the city limits only and do unless I'm around cigars or the history they've changed terror to very
eight to 15 miles per hour to charge. senator did not plan to men. She has been a member of not reflect any building on the dogs. The thing that would TOKYO Communist Chins stern discipline "
day becoming light and variable lion the cue, "but I don't see the Auburndale Woman's Club fringes of the city, where most bother me most would be a in a broadcast monitored here Harrlsman said Khrushchevtold
It was learned Friday that how It can do anything but help 17 years and was president of the r.sldentlalcrpwth takes dog smoking a cigar." discussing Its nuclear policy: him In 1959 that Frol Koz.
tonight.Central the FBI Informed the Service In place. lov was going to succeed him.
Barry two years She Is Immediatepast "The Chinese government
April, 1961, that the longtime He added "I him In
: saw 1963
Fair and mild with a high president of the Polk hereby solemnly pledges that
adviser and personal friend of Washington police officials, Underground and he told me that Kozlov had
of 80 to 85. Rather cool again County Federation of Wo- China will never at my time
President Johnson had been arrested
meanwhile, were ordered to become sick and he told me that
tonight with a low of 55 to 60. In January, 1959. explain why Jenkins' latest ar. man's Clubs and Is FFWC District WHAT'S HAPPENED? Atom Blast and under any circumstancesbe possibly Mr. Brezhnev would be
West and northwest winds 9 director. the first to use nuclear weapon
rest was not brought to the at. his successor
eight to 15 miles per hour to The check by the FBI was tentlon of top District of Co. She was chosen "Woman of In this, the Progress Edition Is Postponed i "
day becoming \light and variable made at the request of the Se. lumbla officials. The arrest occurred the Year" In 1961. of the News-Chief It Is a good
cret Service while Jenkins was a week before It was She Is an active member of Idea to cut a backward glance : .
tonight.Sooth on Johnson's vice presidential over the shoulder to see what BAXTERV1LLE Miss (UPI)
made public. the Church of Christ.
The to has happened during the past -The Atomic Energy Commission
staff. Information given :
Fair and mild with a high f l lQlR
few Such today postponed an already -
the Service cam from a fin. years. a summation
of 80 to 85. Rather cool again gerprlnt file card which the would Include a new Florida long-delayed underground FIGHT BACK WITH ORTHO !
tonight with a low of 60 to 65. FBI had received shortly after Senate House Leaders Citrus Showcase, a new mil nuclear test near here due to
West and northwest winds
Jenkins' arrest. lion dollar shopping center, unfavorable wlndi
eight to 15 miles per hour becoming Southeast Plaza, the completion TOMATO
light and variable tonight Whether or not there was any of an excellent storm sewer The AEC slid the earliest MAIATHIONL RTHO

followup Investigation could not Study China's A-Blast system In the downtown area, a possible time for the explosionto 50I VEGETABLE
Kys be learned. Both the Secret new handsome restaurant, the be set off would be 10 a.m.

Fair with high today near Service) and the FBI declined\ Dutch Pantry, the planting of CST Monday. Officials will take SPRAY
to make any comment on reports hundreds of palm trees along another look it the weather AMUIup.Rrora
85. low tonight In the low 70.. WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate Republican Whip MMAUTHION YtGtfAe GA.O out
they knew about the ar. the approaches to the City, a Sunday
West and northwest winds 10 rest record, news of Red China's nuclear Thomas H. Kuchel, Calif., said urn o-I.MI AnMMNCIANO
beautiful new home for the .
to 15 miles per hour today becoming breakthrough brought expres the test blast, no matter how On numerous occasions durIng HAKO TO CONTROL MCAMIOK
American Legion, a new Junior HNr GMMNVlCtlUlfl
'\light and variable tonight .Jenkln'f' who, resigned his sions-of foreboding from some. crude "represents a dark and the State Farm the past three weeks the eco tnocn. 1)-
College, new .
White House Job after public members of mankind. He APHID MEAlY SIM. .
Congress evil portent to AEC and the Defense Depart. IMT it m .,
Insurance building
disclosure of the 1959 arrest John O D.RJ. .11.'Ifle
Sen. Pastore, predicted that China's problemsIn ment have evacuated the scattered
,. ,. last Oct. 7 at new vocational school s new OTHER INSECTS ON I and another one chairman of the House Senate developing a worldwide de. farm families (
Tampa Electric Company building near the VEftGftUNI. Costs
LOCAL OUTLOOKFair the Washington YMCA, Is un. Committee on Atomic Energy, livery system for nuclear weapons > s new St John's Methodist spot where s fivekiloton nuclear ORNAMENTALSsssuss = uwi>f ii norrwTlcno
der treatment for "extreme fa said Peking's move "does not "will not be insurmounta. AND TREES.S5P *
and mild with Church, Federal device burled
a high I new Ridge was 2,700
tigue at a Washington hospUtal enhance the) happiness and ble.
of 80 to 85 today. Low tonight Savings and LoanAsocla- feet deep In s salt deposit five
of mind of the world. at banquet IB
Speaking a
peace D..ds..r
toes, a ow surfboard manu- miles In diameter rt 81_' 5.ol.
West and northwest
55 to 60.
Republicans have made cam. He called It a lesson to all Gainesville, Fla., Chairssaa /.
winds eight to 15 miles per palgn charges that Johnson "that serious efforts for Inter. William FulbrUU, D-Art., .f Lactating ply, Mains Industries But weather conditions ranging Pe.d.ryAPJdw
lilt*jfianilon or announced -
hour today becoming light and covered up the facts about Jen. national control should be pur. the Senate Fortlcn AJXalrs Committee far expansion of three from errant breezes to Hurricane

variable tonightWINTER ..In.' arrests, although the President sued with vigor and with de. said be did not believe beak plans bulMtngs, a new auto- Hilda delayed the explosion r ,
has said he never re. termination" the Chinese tomb curled aa tnobU sales and service build- beneath the sandbagged rr '

HAVEN I celved any Information about Rep Chet Hollfield, D-Callf, Immediate threat to the Ust4States. leg, Pteckney Oldsmobile, exfwsMoB ground lero point.
them. vice chairman of the committee .
and revision of two
The latest charge came from said the explosion was expected others Rambler and TbomasWatws The explosion was the first of
THUR. former Vice President Richard but came sooner than of three In a new series called
and downs
M Nixon, who said Friday many had calculated. other buildings Ford, that may have Dribble designed to help U S FIGS RACIt1 FIGHT BACKI
29 night In Ishpemlng, Mich., that This will undoubtedly havea Smith Lawyers overlooked In this list. scientist Improve the art of detecting -
OCT. there was nothing to be said tremendous Impact upon Added together these schools underground tests by WITH t I HG.WM.N WITH ORTHO.

about a President who would world affairs and points up churches, business and public unfriendly nations A..A ,.W- 01nip/NA/AN ....I_
cover up for Jenkins, "Just as once again the dangerous nuclear wow-caw MO tw ra ,......_._11_
Opp. New Cirrus Grounds he covered up the Bobby Baker age In which we live," he Stay On CaseHarry Improvements of a rapidly consltute growing the elements The difficulty of detection _.n..x -......001Iii -- ._,.....",---

CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD c...." said economically sound community was pinpointed again Friday I ,,

INUON' and reflect a prosperity that when competent seismologist l+ ) c .
Am AMUICAM W. Fogle, St Petersburg around the world
appears to be acoetlnuingthing.ABOUT were split g. ,
I The tmble with *.* .k It's te ..... I attorney and expert on appeal over whether Red China had m .
work, has Joined the legal exploded nuclear bomb or an
staff defending Walter A.Smith, earthquake had occurred. ** OCTMO
TONITI IS THE HITS TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI! Winter Haven citrus dealer. MONEY '* 1. br-*
This was the first test Inside fcM
The two local attorneys who i OM
have been counsel for Smith Speaking of money and prosperity the United States west of the iv1: tf** uoUto uos
& [
OPEN 12:45: P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. have not, however, withdrawn an Interesting book has Rockies, and the closest test m.J.jSJ. '.P *I\ = iJjSi ;

SUNDAY and SATURDAY from the case, as was reported Just been released on our medIum site to the homes of American isooxlvoiei<

eao 4 OPIN Ii4l P.M. CM.|..... Sheen hm 1 P.M. MOM. Hint HI., last week. of exchange.On citizens. w...trt'L "1rA YrAl
1 Smith Is appealing a conviction the first page It revealsthe More than 100 persons were
on conspiracy and grand amount of money in circulation evacuated at dawn each day

f') Jlrl J Now Showing larceny In an alleged short In currency and coin, when there was I possibility( of ;,
In the United States.In .
J weight case Involving a Lakeland conducting the test They receive
\.1 TODAY riiru 1879 there were $816,266721 ,-
* CLYDE BEATTY* firm. more than $3 in hour for
SATTLINQ 10 LIONS A TIOIR MONDAYFEATURE William B. Holland, Smith's In circulation per capita the time they spend sway from
son-in-1aw, and Harry King average of $16.76.AS their homes. o ONE CENT SALE "FNDFaT12ER' :S
STARTS ATi of Dec. 31,1963 the amount
: both of Winter Haven, handled The explosion site Is located
TODAY ONLY 11)| MO I 7111. ilO had Increased to $37 billion six PnTlc'ats'
:M Smith's case In Polk Criminal near a small county blacktop ... ORTHO-GRO liquid Plant Food
hundred ninety one million, for .4 KILL I S
Court when Smith was
THIRD IS MOil THAN ONI WAY TO Kill A MAN IN recently a per capita average $197.53.. road about three miles from 1 'M VALUE TSOfIOrICA4 FBISK
convicted on different counts.
The verdict is now being appealed This brings two thoughts to 3 this.S miles tiny vlllsge from A post set up eerie a.M.y99S pm AND PET:
and Fogel hat been mind. First, if our national debt ground lero for Mitf a..... 1. SUPPLIES
.r called In as lead counsel In the is over $300: billion, how are observers Is located In a grassy
appeal. Holland Is still listed we going to pay itoffSecondly, field where cows normally
as counsel of record, and head If you have more than $197.53do graze. DOTY FARM & GARDEN SUPPLY
CARLA WALLENDA other court ac- you have more than your This particular Wart called
council on four ANe
tions. share? "Salmon", was tightly packed see slat, 5 LW..aRAN'fir .uv ::.. PAN 2,1111eU .
AND Hot WORLD FAMOUS in the earth and
"I wanted Fogel because I Under complete socialism the well-hole
HIGH WIRE TROUPE thought he could dos beck of a where It .Is taken from "them filled with 6no feet of concrete .SSUUUIeUSSU. IsUUSSeUSUU

.I..1EE MARYIN ANGIE DICKINSON lot better Job than I could," which has" and Is given to and 800 feet of earth. ..... . .se.e..eua..e. .
6 FRANCONISWORLD'S Holland said.Meantime. "them which hasn't",how wouldwe .I

GREATEST RIDERS King has With- all come out? Guess we'llhave ""W
drawn from the criminal court to give credit to those
6-FRIELAN1S BICYCLE ACT-6 case and the cue before the who are able to figure It out.

COO PEOPLE-ISO PERFORMERS GLU GUTAGER GENE L.COON DONALD SIEGEI Florida be will Citrus have Commission more time to so r RODENHAVER 3 311Ut

200 ANIMALS-IS ELEPHANTS4,000SEATS4,000 concentrate on the other three SIDE LINE SERVICEIn

TOES thru THURS. e FRI. s.ld SAT. court actions; the commissioner -
Ll9iGlL5000JRILiftwCIRCUS of sericulture, circuit court, addition to Its primary
U7H.CM Ivl H AI JAMESuARREN-PAMEUTfffM I and a federal ease. function of aggressively promoting -
"We are Just trying to distribute the development of the
OOUSMGQffiE JQMSOMMERS I the work load," Holland community, the Chamber of
stressed. The final verdict 1s Commerce has s number of
I the criminal case will be the secondary functions which are
key used decide the other four not only Important but frequent

with MIT11. AYNOIt cases unique and Interesting.Certain

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I Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Birch Leader BelievesIn AN EDITOR'SNOTEBOOK

W. I. KYNtRSON Mit.r.Pvklitlnr,
JOHN W. RYNMSON, A..to"t to IK. Pukli.k.r

I PubUh.d duly <<..cot Saturday I by tIM l W," .f H.>ePubluhmq Employing Red TacticsBy

Ce Inc. 12* ltd Str.tt_ N.W Wmltr H...". Fleride

CHARLES ftOSHORN Cenerel Menetef
MYRON FHNSHBFR: Its totalitarian make.up." He By

JACK IfAHAN AMoeiete Mite' United P.... International characterized Welch statements .
as those of "a would.be JOHN D. LOPP
PETER J. SULLIVAN' Advert.uno Menooor
Robert H. W Welch Jr the dictator" I
NATIONAL AOVMTISIN REPRESENTATIVE founder and leader of the John And the National Review a HAINES CITY The Slate LAKE WAI I s Ivio rtrommendatlons I

SKennei i Ass.ci.l.s. Inc. Chico. ,.. HI Birch Society believes the best leading conservative magazine Bank of Haines: City has electedits : are Slated 10 l he SmearThis

Enter'd ei Se.end Class M.il Motor Sept. o. 174 el Ike Post Office way to fight the Communist ti edited by William Buckley Jr. first woman to serve on Its presented Tuesday to the city Electioneering By

in Wintei Ha.". FlcrWn. under oct ef M.rch Z. 1174 to adopt their tactics said In an editorial: board of directors.Mrs. commission, both connP<'I(><1 with column I* becoming more than a little nauseated at II""?
"Mr. Welch, for all his Mary McNulty, widowof the city* parking situation
I' And he believes one of their good tactics employed by those who seek to perpetuate the wheeler
the late Fred H McNulty, Commissioners Dick
.* 1*'. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU cleverest tactics has been to Intentions threatens to divert elected to the Armstrongand dealer One-WorWing boys In Washington

:HllT\ Of CIRCULATIONS.Ot..o coin catchy slogans and repeat militant conservative action to was board.recently Charles the Chowning, will present It freely grants any \Individual any party to believe that whir'

them in public often enough Irrelevance and IneffectuallyMr ... The city commission has ap. reports.Armatrorig'a report will take It chooses to believe and to support any candidate for any office i I'
.. and Welch has revived in
is saying many
that everybody .
proved committees for safety desire
care of the Immediate needs and
I them men the spirit of patriotism But support of such candidates should be based on issues and ro'
MEMBER repeating recreation advisory, biracial and the future, while Chowning'swill
I Active Member UNITED PUSS INTERNATIONAL lie cites tome example: and that same spirit now calls and Oakland recreation advisory favor removing parking met. facts, not on bigoted half-falsehoods, Innuendoes. misrepresent

J NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. UM.d Pre. 0,1011001, te the uie "I like Taft. but can he for the rejecting, out of love of projects The high\ school Glee ers lions and outright lies.

ASSOCIATION ,er t.iWieerien; of ell loco I newt print, win?". Welch said was a Com truth and country, his false Club will give six performance "Back To School Nights" will This writer particularly resent the use of the word "blpo

I" cd in this n:*tpep>r et well et ell U'IADVERTISING munnt! slogan, useful In deprivIng counsels" at the Fair Pavilion at theWorld'a be special events at the Lake being applied to anyone who believes honestly, sincerely and paslonately -
i wi Dipetchet Of all of Welch'. of Individual, political and natlo,,,i
published In the old concepts
the late Sen Robert A. Taft Fair during May 1965, Wales Junior.Senior High School

>> DEADLINE of the Republican presidential statements none is better Julian Shaw, principal, announced tomorrow and Tuesday by Invlta.tlon honesty.He .
CLASSIFIED CPARTMENT: nomination in 1952. That election known that his characterizationof last week. of principals Harlen Nor resent the term "extremist" being applied to anyone wr'

I By the Word. I P.M. ",.. .. Do,. By the Inch: ) P.M. Pre.ieui Day, was a turning point Welch President Eisenhower a* "a The city commissioners are man, David E. Wilson, and officer holds a different view than\those who seek to perpetuate the Liber,I

Le4el Not....: 5 P.M Pf...ou. Dey Sunday Ed,tien, Dtedline: Fndty believes Taft as president dedicated, conscious agent of studying< amendments to the of the junlor-senior PTA establishment's sway over the policy decisions of this natlor
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: resents the repetitious Implication that anyone who be
t Communist the Communist conspiracy present ordinance on trailers He
Sunday Edtio-I, P.M. Thursday: Monday Ed,.ion-2 '.M. Friday; could have stopped (The whole quotation Is : "But The proposed amendments would Ileves in the old values, the old virtues and old Interpretations '
said Now actIng
Tu.iJiy Ed,t en-Noon Saturday: W.dnosday. Thuridey end Friday subversion the Constitution Is a radical. He resents the articulate left thj I
my firm belief that Dwight Elsenhower cover all kind of trailers The
Edit en-I F.M. Two Deyt in Advenee outside of government private Lighter
citizens must lIVe the Is a dedicated, conscious A slate of 12 director candl. scoffs at patriotism as It was taught a half-century ago.
Member Southern Newtpeper Publithen Aueeietien. believes agent of the Communist dates have been recommendedto He resents the branding of patriotic, God-fearing citizens, who
Member Fiord Preii Aneeietien country, he laid He the board of are fearful of the course this nation is taking a* suspect.He .
directors of the
Is based
Intclllgence conspiracy on an accumulation -
that even the resents the cunningly contrived gimmicks being employea
Greater Haines
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES Agency is Communist of detailed evidence City Chamber to discredit those who see In the approaching general election the
Iv C.", ., or Moil I IYeer controlled so extensive and so palapablethat of Commerce to be voted on by SideBy last hope for returning this nation to Its course of former greatnes

SIR 20; t Tenths. $9.10: I months. |4 55: I month. $1.55: Another Communist Inspired it seems to me to put this the membership. and for recapturing the now almost vanished
weelily. IS eent. Sql., Co" e>' Del/. 8 eenti: Sundey 10 centi conviction beyond reasona Five of the following candl. DICK WEST and Independence
"I any
slogan, Welch believes, was dates will be elected to serve prestige which she once demanded and received.
TELEPHONE CYpreii. 1.Jit I cant stand Roosevelt but we ble doubt) three year terms James Hogg. WASHINGTON (UPI) A Two mailing pieces crossed his desk this week,both loaded with
------ - The statement cited time
him because of Is both bitter with vituperation.
must lupport Bill Jordan, Sam Lawhorn, the presidential campaign alwaysa venom,
his foreign policy." lie believes after time at the Republican Rev Austin McElroy, Hlnson rough ordeal It is rough on The first was a "survey" being conducted by The National

A Thought For Today"And this slogan helped Franklin D. convention during the debate on McTeer, Allen B. Shaw, Lloyd the candidates and it is roughon Council For Civic Responsibility among weekly newspaper editors

Roosevelt win a third term as condemning the society. Taylor, Frank Thornton, Char. the reporters who cover and publishers.
President. Welch has not denied writing lea Vickers, Tom Whistler and them In fact it's rough on Aimed at "radical right extremist" organizations, "such as the
The Communists Welch says, It, but he protests it is "unethi Merle Zamzow everybody John Birch Society," It Inquires whether such groups have attempted -

(so that you may/ know) what i8 the ereeed.: were responsible for spreadingthis cal journalism and a brazen vi. The Chamber of Commercehas But I have about decided that to Influence the newspaper's policies by, among other things

ing (immeasurable and unlimited) greatness of His slogan against Sen JosephR olallon of mv property rights" voted to enter an arrangement nobody has as rough a time as "Intimidation of your family, threats of violence and acts of

power to us-Hard nho believe, according to demonstrated McCarthy: "I agree with to quote It. He argues It was Ina with other communities the absentee voters. violence."
of these
aimed at the action "ex-
everything he'i doing but 1 private manuscript sent to a along the Ridge from Clermontto The plight that absentee vot The questionnaire Is only
the working of His mighf1l1oll'er, which he don like his methods" number of his friends and sug Clewlston to erect sign lur. en find themselves In was tremist organizations It makes no Inquiry as topressures'fromthe

wrought in Christ when He raised hint from the And back In 1919 the Communists Rented! corrections The quote log southbound traffic from the pointed out to me by Bert Nev left, thereby implying that pressures from that direction, such

dead and set Him at His urn right hand in the may have Inspired was softened when the book Sunshine State Parkway. Ins a fellow 1 know in the pub as the questionnaire Itself, are perfectly legitimate.But .

heavenly (places ." President Woodrow Wilson! to was published under the title The signs will be placed 500 lie relations business Figuringthat Issues 'have been sidetracked for Innuendoes and for smears
) Eph. 19-20 use the slogan: "make the "The Politician" feet apart on a 1.6 mile stretch, he would be away from The Great Society exponents reruse to discuss Viet Nam the

God releases in every true believer the power by world safe for democracy Welch also wrote in that man They will cost about $850 an. home on election day, he recently failure of the U. N., the accommodation of Communism, the trend

which He raised Christ from the dead. Welch lays the phrase has uscrlpt: "In my opinion the nually obtained an absentee ballot toward national socialism, the consolidation of all power In the
chances are very strong that centralized government at Washington and the destruction of the
been seized on by the left ever ,
-Dr. Albert L, Carnett since" Milton Eisenhower Is actually "Instead of taking the ballot concept of the rights of the several states
Dwight Eisenhower's superiorand BARTOW Incumbent H, They refuse to debate the policy toward Cuba, the failure of our
Communists, he lays, have with me and waiting until the
boss within the Communist Cecil Moore was elected to foreign aid program, the mounting national debt, "the tax and tax
been active deadline date right before the
party" another three year term on the and spend and spend" concept, and the countless other policy
America's policies since 1912 In Bartow City Commission last election I decided it was best Issues whch are foremost In the minds of many thinking Amer-
News Chief Editorials and may have Inspired Wilson public edition, the Tuesday to vote then and there which I leans.
of the phrase was changed to read: "
to press for adoption ". and boss Moore edged his opponent, J, did, he said Instead, voters are treated to the picture of hands tearing up asocial
within the whole
graduated income tax the dirrct left C. (Jake) Johnston by 55 votes. But no sooner had he done so security card, of a little girl being blown to bill by an H.
election of senators and wlngl'dlblishml'nt. About 17 per cent of the city's then it occurred to him that as bomb and by pontifical tirades against the "bigotry" of the rIght.

the creation of the Federal Reserve 5,492 qualified voters turned far as he was concerned the Instead of debating those Issues, the Great Society boys are

Progress And Resort Issue System out for the election with Moore election was over. circulating mailing pieces and conducting surveys Implying that

The trouble with "making the Almanac getting 507 votes and Johnston "I suddenly realized that no Barry Goldwater Is unfit mentally and emotionally to become

Today's News-Chief marks the 53rd 1 year that world safe for democracy" getting 452. amount of persuasion on the president. They are using scare tactics In an attempt to ml*.

this Welch says Is that it promotes Moore Is serving as mayor of part of any of the candidatescan direct the attention of the voters from the ugly and repeated
newspaper has presented the year's piomeiw of the Idea that America Is a democracy Barlow while Johnston Is a new. change my mind," Nevins failures of the New Frontier and the Great Society

I Winter Haven and has also presented it as a tourist Actually he says It By United Press International comer to politics.International said "No amount of television The Issue of this campaign should be decided calmly, soberly

mecca. All citizens hue know that it is an ideal Is a republic a represent. Today Is Sunday Oct 18, the Minerals and oratory or statements put out and Intelligently. America is mapping her course for from now
tive form of government 292nd day of 1964 with 74 to fol. Chemical Corp, will honor four by campaign headquarters can to eternity at this election.Satellites.
; mutity.ih which tu live work fad thoroughly enjoy To counter this the John low.The of It* Florida phosphate em. possibly'influence my vote I

lifer, It !goes without saying that inmost! every llaumte Birch Society promotes a slogan moon Is approaching its ployea for 23 years of service can't even be listed a* one of

Is extremely proud of his community it's of its own: "This Is a republic full phase. tomorrow at the company's those "undecided statistic In
1 different. delightfully not a democracy Let's The morning stars are Jup!. world headquarters at Skokie, the Gallup poll. In Orbit

keep it that way." ter Mars and Venus 111

I The slogan has appeared on The evening( stars are Saturn The employee being honored I
; During the past year we have seen our great millions of pieces of Birch.Society and Jupiter arel William F Carter, Carl M, "11m in a dilemma A lot

back from American historian James Ellis, Arthur White and Willie of this political stuff Is pretty
groves come the dip freeze of 1962. We mail. The society Is reported To Settle QuestionBy
dull when Is
C Williams even your vote up
have been missed by all of the hurricanes, yet have to have spent $13,000 on TruHlow Adams was born on for grabs. You can imagine
this day in 1878
out its
for tending pub.
received enough rain to bring our lakes back to almost licatlnns postage In 1902.Another On this day In history: what its like to listen to a
normal levels. In the between LAKELAND Dr. Jere W, campaign speech after you JOSFPIIL. MtLER omy program. told reporterat
There have been changes in our Birch Slogan and 1767, boundary -
Annls has been named campaign have voted Iniled Press International !
a recent briefing, that sate
I business community A whole new shopping area has the major Birch SocUty'a politl was Maryland finally settled and Pennsylvania It later l-. chairman of the Lakeland United Furthermore. I IK', in constant WASHINGTON) : (UPI-Satel) lites may be able to verify this
risen in cal goal Is "Impeach Earl Fund Drive scheduled for shortly lites in orbit hundreds or thou.
the southeast part of the city, so that now we Warren." In 1961 Bryton Bar became the Mason! Dixon" fear that something will prediction
have three large shopping centers Mid- line. arterJan.l. happen before election day that sands of miles up may determine This could be done she asiA!
Noithg.ite ron, a field representative of A goal of $. 1,500 has been will make me wish I had voted once and for all whether by accurately measuring the
In Samuel Morse laid
town and Southeast Plaza the society said impeachmentof the first'1842 cable In set for the yeas 12Vi per cent the other way. I don't think I earth seemingly well.anchored separation between, Europe ant!
the chief Justice had become 1964 and
higher than goal
continents actually are moving
could bear that North America now, and then
When you drive about our city you'll notice thatit the aoclttya No 1 project because New between York the harbor Battery and stretching Cover 20 per cent more than raised "But what can I do' Do I about repeating( the measurement 10
Warren had "voted 92 In the drive. Annls will direct .
is neatly kept. Our !people have a fierce pride in flora Island put cotton in my ears from A once derided but now fairly to 20 yean hence.
per cent of the time In favorof activities of about 1,000 volun.
now until Nov. 3 when\ I see a respectable theory says there
the ceremonies markedthe
of their homes In 1867
appearance and surrounding yaids. Communists and subverslves teer workers.
used be of
politician on television' Do I to only a couple
City crews keep our public property in fine condition. ." formal transfer of Alaska: Incumbent City CommissionerR. shut when I see a continents at most The earth
my eyes
The next year Welch reported from Russia to the U. SIn H. Gibson was the final candl. the experts
juicy blast by one politician swelled. and the mother planets
the fiat commerciallong
the had erected more 1892 date to qualify for the Nov 3
This the Citrus Exposition is building an In the familiar .
year than 100 Impeach Earl War distance telephone line city election against his opponent broke Into the fragments

entire new complex which will be ready by the time ren" billboards. was opened between New York He Join seven others seeking daily press? to today geographer
that and Chicago. three seats on the municipal Believe me It's tough beingan Some 200 million years ago
the Exposition is opened in March. It will be entirely Last month, In his monthly
absentee voter. I thought for example North America
body with those elected ached
different from the usual of exhibits bulletin to members Welch reported
and of
run the drive A thought for the day: The uled to take office Jan I. you might have some advice parted company with Europe
I course a credit to our community.. on Italian theologian, Thomas for your many reader who already and drifted westward
"We seek to have the chief
have voted a* I bade a long
justice impeached because of Aquinas said: "Three thingsare may South America
I We present with pride this Piogrww, Tourist and the huge ragged holes that the necessary for the salvation MULBERRY Gerald S. have. farewell to Africa and Antarctica

Resort edition of the News-Chief Court under his leadership of man: to know what he oughtto Hatch, director of Mulberry and Australia chose separate -
Daily we feel thatit Supreme adult education school, has announced There there Nevins. Get a
I believe to know what he maintenance
reflects our whole community life and we hope that has punched In the/Consti/ ought to desire and to know there are till a few grip on yourself U so happensthat Was there ever such a continental -
tutlon in violation of his oalh
in the commercial sub 1 do have a suggestionthat
opening bust and If there
you enjoy it. what he ought, to do. up ,
to uphold It, he wrote We jects. may be helpful to those in the parties thereto
was are
believe that the Warren court Classes In typing, shorthandand your plight. still moving farther apart'

I Is gradually destroying all of bookkeeping are taught on In Congress, lawlverlII'ho The National Aeronautics and
the safeguards which made this HISTORICALNEW Tuesday and Thursday night are going to be absent duringa NASA
DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS a republcc instead of a moboc YORK (UPI) Coffee each week from 7 to 10 p.m, roll call vote frequently re Space Administration ( )

I DOWN 24. Un. racy." with chicory war popularized at L, D. Yates, director of Re sort to' I system known as has embarked on which a geodeticsatellite love
the French court during the search and Development from themselves program may
1 Goddessof "NI
I. Herolo cooked Besides calling for Warren'sremoval "pairing. They "pair" !
of whetherthe
the question
dawn 2. l reign of Louis XV, says the In. Rlyster Guano; Norfolk, Vs., and the answer
j CapltaJ ot 26. Pr.cloul the society has asked with someone on opposite
based continents
I 4. Ferryboat: Norway atone A r s+ ,, a to : New ternatlonal Chicory Institute W. A, Menges, Mulberry plant side who won't be present granite- are 1360 KCFUN
var. I. Prophets 28. Scotch. + a its member oppose adding that the king spent SIS,. manager, presented 10 year either. still shining position on the presumably
T. Part of achurch 4. Piece or man'a r t" u A York Goy Nelson Rockefeller 000 a year to supply his daugtw service pin to 51 employe of plastic mantle which
United Nations Ambassador Ad. tern with coffee which was underlies the earth hard crust.
turnlture cap Roytter'i Triple Super Phosphate The net effect 1 II the lame as
5. God of B. Macawa 211. Float. lal E Stevenson (apostle of grown In his greenhouses at Plant In Mulberry last if both had been there Either By geometric and gravimetric

love: Or I. Accompll Ing appeasement); civil rights Versailles. week cancel 1 each other mean. satellite can ettabli
10. AtrlclJ7.. Nullity on the lead Martin Luther King Jr. way they the petition of islands and ron
river .. Prlee upon water newspaper columnist! Walter out.If tinent relative to one another
11. Molt U. Type 10. Spin. yoo.o"o"1 A. Llppman. union leader Walter EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Bloke absentee voter got together and to the earth center of
12 Audlenct m.aaurea pingapplaun. ambassador to like that, one voting one way

I for more. 111.U. Make Sprltl edging 12. toy Fabrlo 3e.Volcanio rock Viet Reuther Nam former Henry Cabot Lodge, ='? WHY 1 IS IT hE MINUTE YJU J and produce one the the same other result they could Then mass"It. i It contemplated" i a\ wiI J1r

14 A pin for U, Day: Hub from U. "Child ofroaaune foreign aid ftourldation! of water Gar MOM YOU HAVE To / r they could relax for the rest of NASA "tfcat the program ..111proricJ.e
the civil" rights Art of 1964I
21. Relating nax the Sun"meat In the a system of locating
to land 13. Speck n. Firat man ( this bill. has all the me STARt PICKING ON / the campaign that secure whoever It I any point on earth as mea.uredf"at
11. Creek letter 22. RUIIIlan 16. A Ion. U. Glrl'l chanies and powers needed for knowledge the center of mass. tn
IT. Foxy TVAE.\ CMlUpfreM I : ?? XjUftw elected it won't be their fault
tighter plied hick.I and will mark the beginning of within SI feet of its true po i ition

,I 1 20. Bang Meadow pl&At tbrlo hunl the police state in America : : ; : ."

U: Tract of I l. S 4. S b this police state will be and i i. Scientists have speculated nn RADIO
planned to be, run by the Com continental
African berry caUed.miracle the bail of the
15 =. 1 6 TI muniats). UNICEF. the income m fruit makes. ourtMncstate drift theory. that North America

I IT.Oymnaalwn.o II tax. the North Atlantic Treaty I fy pqM sweet and may offer a new approach slips about a third of an

pad Organiiatkm (NATO) and the to dieting, It was report.ed Inch to the west of Europe 1000 WATTSand
28. Mark to "GET US out
United Nations
II. q I '{// 'n4 II at the recent national meet every year
shoot at V'// of the U.N. and the U.N. out _' g V Inc of the American Chemical Dr Nancy G Roman head
I 31 Join, II lit ;.rh V/.. tl II r//J n4. of the U S" is another society SocietY of NASA geodetic and artron so do housewives,

MUkflati two metals "'fi' / VI / slogan). ... ...." r eneet l
S3 A cleaning- 20 II It ,'l// U 1. Perhaps one reason the society doctors, students, lI \ '

I Implement Y'f'lj has not noticeably "managedto INVESTMENT SECURITIES utives farmers and secretaries I.
'lli I. t'U ,
37. Americanmoth 'lr / V/ :/. : II'/ Influence national I policies i iIt t.

j II l' 5o 'Z/t. J& U Isolation from more orthodox STOCKS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS in al the surrounding ,
Si. Earthy, : / conservative movements Sen
crumbling Jr Barry M. Gold water has detimed '
5" U ) Ask
: r : J. lef...* Muse. e Ids' C. Alice area. everybody
pant to reject the support of

40 43: frt S& S, ..41 4t 41 the society on the ground thatit T'-. Y. 5Mrtde. N. w s that'sfast

48. Wary: like he, Is opposed to communism PetE Ce....v i OU |reht.fe fine IJ
H r. -U but he has said that and factual.

.. Own 44 41 Welch hal "said stupid things ALLEN & COMPANY

Scrutinise\ Former Vice President\ Rich
ScoldperaUUntljr III ..* U**. $sour "CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
I'i'l. ard M. Nines has called on fellow
o iL.s Fees_ 3ysJ".aw lac. 1964- LM.t.d, Netde Ikeae YU 1.4117 '
V/ '7'h to withdraw
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I HOME. '.Trees CROWN Have ORANGES Been Developed AND BCAUTY Especially TOO tor Yards Dredging Work New Books Reviewed I >i /t i

Canadians Citrus Trees Now Developed Begins On New By failed Press International ing every American' an AI t" i
NEW YORK (UPISUnleyWeintraub ) pone out of self defense When
I is a i professor at the do toll bridges and roads ever
Especially For BackyardsDid Pennsylvania Slate University pay for themselves' How useful
Smoke less'Enjoy 2-Mile l Canal During the Korean War he was are two free drinks on. a tran
a young officer on the staff of continental airplane
times and control. the United Nation primmer of lib pessimistic answers will
a pest
know that the Florida year
you started for
Dredging has a war hospital In Korea-at the be published by Bobbs.Merrill
For the Utter,new materials -
citrus nurseries have developed spray channel and the site
It MoreTORONTO two-mile
time the largest hospital the Co. Oct M
a strictly backyard tree for make that simple. Even of a new major IPnerlllncpl.&nt. _
those who like to pick their though there are a great number world.
Ruskin, J.D.
breakfast juice while the cof of pests that attack citrus, spray at Hicks Big near Electric Co., vice There he saw "one of the From Appleton Century come-,
Ont. (UPD-Tor- Tampa strangest and mont frustrating word that the "
fee's perking? manufactures have come up with for said busy Hoyt i>
President operations
ontonians are smoking "leas," Small trees budded on slow a combination of Ingredients so battles of the Korean War the completing his definitive binge a.
enjoying it more and getting a growing rootstock have been developed that two or three spraying a yesterday.This marked the first move In fierce and unknown battle between phy of Marilyn Monroe A
few laughs in the bargain. which not only provide year will do the Job. preparation for a plant expected the North Korean and\ serious study 011 tragic worn
"Lew" is the registered oranges but also add beauty to to be constructed about 1970, Chine prisoners of war and an against the background of
brand name of a cigarette a landscape plan.Caretaklng Most garden centers carryan and also the beginning of one their American guards Hollywood\ in strop decline "
brought out five weeks ago by has been reducedto assortment of citrus trees of the largest private dredging It was I battle that by standards The publication! date I it not yet
the "More Less Honest Man. too need suitable for the backyard grow of modern warfare
or a minimum they Jobs undertaken In this area In wn a announced
Co.," the latest and water er, and can also give advice onpe.t small affair but few
ufacturing only sun, during dry recent years Six million cubic shabby ,
wackiest Interprise of Jack and periods, fertilizer a couple of control. yards of materials wl1be\ battles In the history of the The unh.ppy'll'w of Americans
Sam Markle two Toronto sign dredged In the operation. world were ever fought on such as cultural boors Is dlsput.
painters While creating the 200-foot weird terms" eel In "The Culture (Consumer
Under the slogan "if )'ouun't wide and 35-fnt deep channel, Weintraub took notes on a by Alvin Toffler a former u-
quit smoke Less," they've China Needs4-10 Years the dredging will\ also provide scratch pad, stuffing the shorts sedate editor of Fortune Mags
sold 300,000 packages in the 320 acres of land that is now in the !pocket of his combat tine "The United State suffers a forgrowing
Toronto area. Now they have about 70 per cent under water. fatigues Now he's cleaned up from an Inferiority complex year
moved into Montreal and plansare The site Is located on the Hills- the grammar translated the about Its culture" he says
afoot to take "Leas" to For Nuclear borough Bay, about five miles shorthand and cloaked the "It Is time to question the
Winnipeg, Man., their home Weapons north of Ruskln. names of the participants and stereotyped Image of the un, !
town, and Vancouver Big Bend will be a coalrlred published his account as "The cultured American
Sam 32, and Jack, 25, generating plant,planned for future War In The Wards", publishedby The lunik Is to appear Nov 10
dreamed up the idea after read. WASHINGTON (UPI)) -Com Whatever It was, it wa no supply of up to four million Doubleday
ing medical and scientific re mumit China may need another immediate military threat to kilowatts, as compared topres- "As I look over these daily Harper & Row has Jiiit pub
ports urging people to "smoke four to ten years to turn out the United States But It was ent total company capacity of segments nearly a doaen yearn llshed "The Journals of David 1964 has been a year of growthfor
less." nuclear weapons in some quan bound to be a challenging poll 935,000 kw from three stations. later" says the author, they Ulkenthal"\ In two volume, the American National
"Sure, it's a crazy Idea," admits lily authorities said,today tical.military problem for diplomats The comapny Is now building "'I]spear to be written" by some "Ths TVA Years" and "The
affable Sam. "But we expect But with an enormous well seeking to prevent extension a 280,000 unit- kilowatt at Cannon fifth Station generating one whom I once knew well but Atomic E.ru'elrl" They Banks with a brand new bankIn
to make a profit. The slogan disciplined army and the prestige of Red Chinese hegemonyIn and will build a sixth 1 generator, with wham I've been out of total\ exactly 1.400 pages
is exposed to millions dally that a single nuclear explosion Asia and possibly a seventh, at Gan touch for I long time" The mete for the Journal Cypress Gardens at South
] by the government, the newspapers confers, at least in Asia An authority on the development non prior to beginning construction Doubleday terms the book. "a were dashed off in airplane.
Plaza and beautiful
television and all formsof the Red Chinese might now of Communist China under st Big Bend. contribution to the history of hotel roo m.. al conference east a new
media" shift quickly to a more aggressive Mao Tie.lung, US Army the strangest war In which (tables and Immediately after building now going In down-
The signmen delight in swim- military strategy Col Robert R Bigg put the Americans have fought" aril conferences up
the mainstream of for the brief limited In articlein "both a funny and frightening We
mini m it Except matter this way an Return'Convention From : -- -- -- town Winter Haven. are
advertising philosophy They excursion against Indian in 196 the privately published tale of American Ineptitude
continually. poke fun at their Peking has followed a cautious "Army" magazine for October and achievement" Veterans AffairsHoward proud of our accomplishmentsin

own pr a tar"e which strategy for six years'-ever "When the veneer of a few It tnlow, minu" 1964 and the vlsable
would th mus. .. ion.down since It was set back in the nuclear weapons is added The Home Builders Association Author Edwin P Hoyt think service Officer for Polk cutili; expan
advertising men into a state of Quemoy Island crisis of 1988 China's huge army will itrike a of Greater Winter Haven he ares a declining nation when ty, announced! today that a sion. However, the expansionand
shock In his statement Friday President new Image among its Asian MIS represented by five members he looks upon the Americanscene representative from iii I ,' I'olk
The arkles are apparenth Johnson sought to keep neighboi Many Allan .sill at lie Florida State Home He proii-nts his view In County Veterans' ServUe Office growth of our community
betting that people are simply the Communist Chinese milttar fail to recognite the significant Builder Association conven- "The golden Rot A !Somewhat ,, will be In Winter Haven I
tired of Madison Avenue's salesmanship fly prudent and to reassure non difference between China's ar. tion In Miami last week. OphtiMMted View of America" Thursday al the Old City Hall pleases us more for It Is an indication ,
Communist Asia by promisingto quiring a nuclear wen ">n The lot> I group at the event He asks. these questions Building (Courtroom) corner of of the spirit and activity
Flip open a pack of Less and answer "requests from Asian her attainment of a nuclear held Wednesday, Thursday and Can one compare PiUsbury's Mi and Central Ave., from 9
you read on the inside nap: nations for help in decline with weapons ,Io<'kpll, Friday at the Americana Hotel annual (Mono' baking contest a.m. to 4p.m. to assist. veterans of the citizens of our
"The filters on 'Leas' cigarettes Chinese Communist aggression Rlgg an observer with the were 6i-Whitehead presl and the fin-work at Tape Ken and their dependents or survivor
a are primarily to prevent lousy ." Communist force In China dent, W. tri. Cone, nHv In Pomr. bread and clr with any matter per- community. The American National I
tasting tobacco from spilling It remain to be seen however civil war after World War II. Chuck Foley, and Pete spencer. rn.e.(! Are innum tunes malt uinlriK to veterans affairs
into your mouth and sticking whether the President's and lately an officer In the U S Banks are community

to your tongue" words will reach as many Pacific Command f On the side are the words: Asian ears with as much Impact China had talked boldly but acted
c "each cigarette contains no as the Red Chinese atomic cautiously in recent years FOR THE BRANDS YOU KNOW BEST vitally concerned with the wel- I
J less than three per cent profit explosion "On a tomorrow when it explodes
I for the More or Less Honest It also remains. to be seen an atomic device it masagain fare of the community, Its
Manufacturing Co." what effect the explosion may be headed for a more UK
The Markle brothers have have on further proliferations gressive posture" he wrote In LADIES' DRESSES SHOES citizens and their well being.

f gone all out to promote "Less" of nuclear weapons Defense a detailed analysis of Mao We like to think of our customers I
1 but their best stunts have not Secretary Robert S McNamara strategy over the 'past. n y"ar' PETITE JUNIORS MISSES HALF SIZES Charm Step
I yet come before the public. recently said "tens of nations In the American defense cstabhshment as friends, and as
In one brainwave they were could have such weapons in deeply involved in Forever Young Lily Lynn Poll Parrot
(! another 10 or X years becauseof the Viet barn war, China explosion friends we hope the past
shower the spread of nuclear technology must be followed by Kay Windsor Glen Frey Fortune has been good to them
colored ping poet balls uv and the declining cost ofmaking watchful waiting, lust t *' the year I
)i> scribed "if you ean't quit warheads change of government I in Run Susan Evans Smart Set and that the future will bring
i smoke Less" The American estimate of sla must be. Keds
u a "We found a gay wbo bad four to tea years for development them happiness and success.
jl 10,000 ping pong ban, we had of Red Chinese weapons Judy Kedetles
( a plane and we. were ready to shows a considerable time Now even waatebaakets, come
go but then we decided to make spread Indicating less than exact with taUor-ffl d. slipcovers Kathy Original Lady StyleBOYS' I
said which can be changed to suit
a test run from our roof. knowledge of the program Barbara Kent
I Sam that resulted In the tint explo new room decor and uurdered
t "We threw them at people and Ion Friday of what if called repe.ll'dly.M burlap "t I
found out they hurt so we had here a "nuclear device In its vinyl covers arc hen j v ugly j
to scrap the idea" mourned official statement Peking called over a plaMlr i asket i a to- SPORTSWEARPleasure WEAR esaae! jf
f Sam it an 'atom bomb" movable rIft at the t 1'1C;
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by the faithful In Tashkent, Uzbeklxtan. In the heart of Central Asia where unrest among: 't .... '
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li way up. Last v. ,1 t i\,.rk dl .', J U. 41 p" nt ')n >p 40 p->r cent >n the area?
Ilvutoo.11 1'. W, ,:t n n :nt"nines: Airport These were not ordinary
S\ farmers though, but two visiting This Week
Round-Up agriculturalists from India.
i i COMPLETE LINE OF /31r The men, M. R. Lakshmln- MAGAZINE
F / e 11 Dick March Crams, of Madras, and Udeslnr

EXQUISITE FORMBRAS e Jim McAshan flew toSt.Louis though you know what destruc- Pawar gaon here, on Maharashtra, from a tour the District sponsored State of, were Jal by. WE GIVE S&H: ; GREEN: : STAMPS:

during the series last week; tion It Is wreaking below. the Farm Bureau

GIRDLES PANTIE GIRDLES unfortunately McAshan was They were very much Impressed RUBBING: ALCOHOL I I ffi 1 1I
there primarily on business, with the citrus Industryand .. ,?
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not for the reason so many Tommy Jackson and family farming In general here. '
FORM MAGIC LADY others were there. flew to the mountains of North
EXQUISITE They had been briefed on the
PANTY Due to the many baseball fans, Carolina recently, planning to subject, but Its vastness exceeded
CAPRI ) he found to his dlsmany, there land at Marlon. Flight service their expectations ASPIRIN: It! l iIIEII1l I
Und,,.. that slim 1I0U. P..t.ct under .t.lch p.nlo, ski panto Just wasn't any room at the Inn advised that the field was too
elacke Knit from the UghUit, thlnut, moat powerful yarn In tonight, so he flew 200 miles soft, so he went on to Morrisonand MMOUI MXAIL ;rtr ; ;

the wo.ld.e.m..11I white. black. black t white, ,. the he heard another
In the next coupla' days he On radio with this Issue, another of Its SACCHARIN I '':" nll'M!!
SILF SKIN GIRDLES & PANTIES y' did manage to conclude hlsbusl- pilot being advised that the fieldat yearly reports on the progressof I
there and In ,then Franklin was completely under
ness Memphis
Nylon power nil Full faihlornd long I.t.l New with miracle our favorite area, of our *AMOU1 Html lift Va !< Jt
Vyrene pandCa. II..te., on to Raleigh and back to Winter water, having received 18 favorite state of all the United
Haven Inches of rain In three days .
BRAS On the trip north, he passed Jack Brown, operator of Slates.The aviation activity In Winter SUPPOSITORIES I I
Embroidered Cotton Tallahassee right behind Hilda Brown Aviation at Gilbert
IIrttch Padded Repulse Maternity Haven has made tremendous
Broadcloth. Flying at 1,000 feet, he reportsthe Field, warns that anyone planning strides this last year. Thereare
magnificent sight of being to fly to these and other
COMPLETE LINE OF UNDERWEAR, GOWNS mountain fields get a good report many statistics to prove
able to see the storm and Its
this We'll not quote these, Instead
I towering grandure moving north on field conditions before let me Invite you to MM1 ANTISEPTIC I 2-90 I
east from the capital area. landing.
f DOWRTOWN Underneath, other pilots were The field at Morrison Is hard participate Come out personally to Gilbert Field Famem tenll Me th k 14 a$. It. _
surfaced, but the elevation Is
11"S bombarding the aviation
and while away some time, talk
y ySE weather and flight service station 2720 feet. This requires a good to the people you see coming I .rM1IIIIm;' I
rate of climb after takeoff. It
for reports, Informationand and going. You'll find them
advice. would be well to keep your load friendly and enthusiastic. TAiltTi
McAshan advised flight ter light when working out of fields
Be prepared to be surprisedtoo.
vice to send them all up to his such as these.A You'll see someone that '
\ altitude where they found fine you already know, you Just 2>o 70 I

weather and blue skies weren't aware that you had so l ll. M.1. ftavefod" II '. .
4tk St.. N.W. tv J.mo i From the top, a hurricane is few of the coming and going many friends who are a part of efa
Items this week found Dr. Wll
an awe Inspiring sight, evenacetec the growing air-minded Winter
Ham Kummer flying his Cessna
Haven population.
170 to Chicago, Ralph Jones, of
I Standard Sand and Silica, flying ( Pee.U* lirt le .l. t '- L
to Miami, and Bill Gudausky, Raincoat designer Lawrence
pilot for Brown Aviation, flying of of fashion
London, keeper COTTON I I SWABS
George Phelps to Franklin N.C. dom's most famous velveteen ro* i .
Raleigh Green took a flying '
coo, has added another rain 'lr
trip from Gainesville to Tampa coat to this tiger and leopard
and back to Gainesville. This time It's
print menagerie.
Tom Swann made a trip to civet-printed velveteen, brush- ADHEIVE I TAPE 4 !
\I Miami In a Fairchild F 27, stroked to resemble real fur.He .
propjet. showed It In a shapedfrontcoat
with back swagger, and t
double breasted Judo coat, GAUZE BANDAGIIIXALl : !
the at GilbertIs ,
MOBILE COURT New on scene styled with kimono sleeves anda
j Glenn Woten's shiny new mandarin collar. r U Til lHAIR
Meyers aircraft. Glenn Is covering
lots of the Florida land.
A homemaker who wants In. ; SPRAYAMOUI
scape getting familiar with this -1.51

I Soon to open ( Nov. 1st) gem stant foam back slipcovers furniture should throws consider _IIITI lit : .at*. T.

trimmed with matching fringe. '

I Final Plans for Completion of Winter Haven's Newest and brought Ray two Farwell Interesting of Wauchula visitorsto There modate arc chairs four, sizes sectionals to accom.and ''j i ; :'I ','. I .=D'I

Gilbert Field last week They sofas These decorative throws
i were a couple of farmers out are also easy to keep clean,
Most Modern Park for Adult Living.Recreation to get a real good look at the since they can be both machine, LIQUID I I I 1: II I It
Ridge citrus belt, and what bet washed and machinedriedYOUR !
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I eco .\ ec It i i wall known fact that the synthetic. mater'ala ..... DEODORANT I I I ,: [,
I" tod.y' arp.bnl' _ill 1I..m. bfel..e and the nap J..j
M 4eelssenee belle' t. fade whack absorbme sere stain whoa use eaturafale
w I have Itft the material
\00 .r ? :CHRISTMAS; 1 CARDS' : I
manufacturara 2-2.0I I I
e Te safeguard the life of your Carpets the rws
recommend earpati ke shampooed twice a par with toil of r i* i .
oyo 'lanelln bond .".mp....

This' method of aarpat nary la net enty to remove dirt I
r r before It le Imbedded but to protect the luatre and ahoonof AN! IIIIOM : II*. 1$ }
the natural. ella

ee' eft WRITING: : ,! : 1JlE"'W
: Tha lANITftONlC ayatem, I sale. aura and ease appreach .
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that every heuaowtfe con do ".".If. haa leeched not only
a ,eyt the Seed Pt..nk..plel {uaraatel. appeeval of .11 Me
'loading earpat manufacturer and Undarwrttera Liberated : :
approval far its .1..".... akUity, but h.. recently keen BOXED I STATIONERY! I : : 2-1.01 I
the Amertean Medioal Aieeelatioit ae t mane '
reaegniied ky
iSSOITtft MflN* l*. *.*
.f tanltia' { the nemo.Thia

aeupen la redeemakl k> telephone, and ....,'1.. any ; .1_....
Carpel awns to a till pee ehampM and 100 free TV U*
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/ Shuffleboard +
Boat Docks ADDRESS a 4 to 8 P.M. Only

\S Sandy Beach Located on New Lucerne Park Road (State Rl. 544)) Phone Number SOUTHERN FRIEDCHICKEN

/ Good Fishing Just Two Miles East of! Winter Haven

(4g7\; COMPANY OF 2 Dinners for $1

MARION AND LOUISE WILMATH will manage the Park. For Complete InformationCall

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The Citrus SceneBy MATHER'SExpansion Q

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The FterMa JACK CKrni GURNETT Reporter < It..n. ."_ ." ,.
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"BTRICTBBTBEcURITY" mean the grower, in case of be another vear when the grower + ;
Actions of tile Florida Citrus default on the part of the buyeror has to keep abreast of de\e '
Commission recently in turning handler, would get 100 cents lopments and use the bet Sale f *
down application for dealers on the dollar. He would have Judgment possible. based on .
licensee and putting others in to share the bond proportionately the best and most accurate information
the "pmding' file to wait fort with other who might available There is 'f 'A74'11
complete check of each in- have claims And we have seen certainly no reason for anyone (, '
dividual or firm asking for the these settlement in the past hitting the panic button
right to buy and sell citrus i ia Ic under a dime on the dollar. Another Step To Bring You The Nation's"
matter of placing the itric The grower, in selling to any ;
test security irouw) the grower individual or firm should know CITRUS SHOWCASE Finest Quality Furniture At Guaranteed Saw ;: ;\ t,
Tomorrow 4 p m. meeting of
with whom he is dealing
The citrus dealer'i license should demand to see the license the members of the Florida V'7 ings To You. Mather, Central Florida's Largest .: )ptJ k\J\ '
hat been ruled by the courts or the agent's registration Citrus Exposition should be regarded frl;,
many times as not a right buta card, and it would be a good as important because it One-Stop Furniture Center Will Soon Be Even Bigger
prlvl1ee-and up to the Judgment idea to make sure the particular will involve the election of a \
of the citrus commission buyer is under contract to new board of directors and of- and Better. 11m.
and the commissioner of agriculture Florida Citrus Mutual, the fi era, the change of the name '
The licenses are actually growers' super-cooperative' officially to "Florida Citru; ODD BEDROOM FURNITURETOP DURING THIS SPECIAL EVENT
Issued over the tatter's slffia. Then there should always be Showcase" plans for the 19fiS
tare upon recommendation and a written contract, )perferably show and other matters of deep
approval by the commission. signed by the principal, and the concern. to the whole citrus industry QUALITY* UP i.
In other words, Just \becausea picking dates, terms of pay- 4-Drawcr Walnut Chest$27 % .1''
man decides to go into the ment should be spelled out in This writer has contended for 1 siiTO
business of buying and selling one syllable words and read many years the industry itself Rift, Sit.00 (55 I nlyi . . . NOW r
citrus, the commission i is not "the fine print under the fine has not grasped the idea that the
obliged to approve his appli- print" extremely carefully By Show cave can be of extreme TOP QUALITY *
cation nor is the commissioner the way Mutual has a standard value to the entire deal It can
of agriculture competed to growers' contract form which give able shot In the arm justat Drawer Solid lM sa&L'lJKSbJjBri'II
issue it. even after approval by meets all the legal! specifica the time of year we are facingour Walnut
the FCC. tons and you can get a sampleby stiffest competitionFor Triple Dresser & 67
In recent years the restrict- writing Mutual at Lakeland
Ions on the issuance of licenses too many year this REG, si'it.oo NOW
and bond requirements have WARNING writer has heard the annual :
been shored up to the point While the previous commentsin show referred to as 'that Win. TOP QUALITY *
that not Just anyone can get this column pertain principally ter Haven fair" but In recent
the valuable permits, and if to those growers who years, under the Incessant 6-Drawer Solid Walnut
anyone does business without have thousands of boxes, we pounding of General ManagerBob
such a document in his possesSion look for quite a market for"backyard" Eastman President Willard D'uble Dresser & Mirror $57

he is flirting with the fruit this year. So feeling Roe and has others dissipated, this to localized a large ma. $1200 .. . . . .. . .. NOW
necessity of becoming a guest if you have a dozen or so trees,
of Warden DeWitt Sinclair-for and you are approached by extent
mer Winter Haven police chief someone wanting to pick them But, at the same time if TOP QUALITY *
and Polk county sheriff-up at right then and there-be alert! Eastman, Roe and their associates Large Solid Rock Maple Please Note
Raiford, Make a deal preferably for are going to sell the $ e
And its rather tough for an the crop Instead of by the box, Showcase as an industrywideevent Chest of Drawers S6 a
individual and even a firm to and then get your money in they should get the wholehearted AU Items Designated TOP QUALITY ***
get the necessary surety bonds cash and sign the formal receiptthe support of the city it Rftt. $13700 (In I tnly) . . .. NOW
One local agent who has long buyer hands you when you Carry Mather's Guarantee of Complete ,
sold these sureties told us that get the money None of this self.May this writer advance a TOP QUALITY Satisfaction or Your Money Gladly Refunded '
the bonding companies today "I'll bring your money by suggestion Why not as a
require the applicant to have, tomorrow." That $10 or maybe special feature of the relocationof Formica Top Mahogany III II (
in most cases, twice the amountif even a lot more is valuable to the citrus show for 1965
not triple, the face value of you and you shouldnt be make plans now to give the Drawer Kne'hole Desk $37 SHOP and COMPARE! yl
the guaranty In more or less skinned out of It
whole festive
liquid assets but requirement urge town merchants a to atmosphere decorate REft. $700 ,II only, ) .. .. .. .. .. NOW
can and do vary In individual HOW Ml-CH FRI in their windows In a citrus
cases, That line heading this paragraph theme, put cross.street banners TOP QUALITY -
That means, for example, if poses a derned good at the entrance to the town-
a man get a $17,000 bond which question at this point. The all the entrances calling at Gray Mahogany $14 AS-IS A FLOOR SAMPLE SALE FINAL iEltl t j
would allow him to handle in estimates released Oct 9 by the tentlon to the dates. Place A'
the particular season up to 160,- USDA are considered too high or "tent' cards In motel and Corner Desk "* *"N
000 boxes of fruit from growers, all over the industry,, Florida hotel rooms, at restaurants to u niy I NOW Walnut or Gray Mahogany
he must have, aside from his Citrus Mutual claimed that transients
home, personal automboiles and errors In last year's estimates, This writer knows from his 5-Pc. Twin Bedroom SuitesWITH s 127
the like, liquid assets of up to not corrected until practicallyall contacts with members of the ArrI
$35.000 of the fruit had been harvest Florida Citrus Commission and
And he must make monthly er or sold, cost the Florida other industry factors that more I BOOKCASE BEDS . . . . . NOW
report of his handle of fruit and citrus growers upwards of $25 hometown enthusiasm would be
pay the ijfffavarv .fftUy *>ndfthjar million v i welcomed! by the outsiders who ,
i Appear+* his flout to This bit rtmfniT9$ ,try of ours are asked to contribute time TOP QUALITY Genuine '
exceed( +'thjpnrnlt 0(hid bond. w rki strictly\ on the law of money and effort to the show 4-Pc. Danska ;
, he Is requfrarlo post additional supply and demand, and I irl'ijed o Group $121
I find in the
surety Up to a comparatively short industry could not who would anyone support the Inwood PTA To Find Conduction, REG. $ . . NOW
time ago' say two or three figures 83 6 million boxes of
years, there was a considerable oranges and 31.$ million boxes Meel TuesdayTh TOP QUALITY Not. Adv. IASSETT
amount of hanky-panky in the of gralt'frui-Iny! stronger than
buying of fruit. But the stricter that "they may be right, I Just Inwood PTA will meet 4-Pc. !rEIEP' $ Bedroom SuiteWITH $221
check and requirements have don't know" Tuesday at 8 p m In the school
weeded out a lot of the questionable But there are others who are cafetorlum N REG. $39900 (Only I U I , .
characters men who really outspoken They say the The classrooms will be opened .
could not get the surety bond USDA figures, which will be at 8.30: p.m TOP QUALITY Not Ads CALDWELL
nor the cash equivalent used buyers to lower the ask Parents who are Interestedare BsV
post ing price by of growers, can cost urged to attend e ALL FOAM CUSHIONS ALL ZIPPER COVERS 4-Pc. W'ln't Triple I Dresser Bedr'm Suite | O /
GROWER IS RFSPONSIIiir the growers more millions i I I There will be an Important
Just because a firm o- Individual this year. There has been little at meeting the Inwood of home school room cafetorlum mothers 4-PIECE SECTIONAL with Genuine Formica Tops ERG $119.00 {Only I ) NOW | ff jf
carries! a license and field buying since the estimate, .
at t Tue.day.SIIOP
a.m on
has potted a bond as required with John Q. Grower sitting on Not. Adv, CALDWELL Antique White with Cherry Tops
by law and there are those his bands, relatively speaking.
who say that the bond levelsare and 'taking a "let'* wait and IN WINTER HAVEN SOFA $138 3-Pc. Italian Provincial Bedroom Group 51/7
too low that doe< not see" attitude This i is going toHIUM'S REG, $219.00 NOW \LI
-- Choice of Decorator Colon NOW

80-Inch Modern Sofa .
QUALITY Genuine Formica Top
WHIM rooo MAIM 055500U.S 116

Rt. 17 & Hevsndele Blvd. GENUINE. tm.FOAM oo .ftUIKRMa. . .. . .. ... NOW 7-Pc. Walnut Dining Room SuiteWITH $146


Hiram Suggests bringing{
$112Not. Solid 95" Extension Table

All The Family To Dutch PantryFor PIG. smoo ,, ,, .. ,. ".. .. NOW e 6 Solid i Cherry High Back Chairs 23 2

NAT ADV, $479.00 II Set only! . NOW
Sunday DinnerSunday's Adv STRATFORD

Early American Colonial' Red Accent Dining Room Chairs S6
Feature EntreesROAST
84-inch i SOFA $168 REG. $199 1 NOW

TURKEY with filling and appleberry rsliih. Plump tender grain RIG $339.00 . NOW
fad birds, railed especially' '' for us, Oven roasted to perfection, TOP Genuine Formic Top

served with gravy, $1.70 Not Adv STRATFORD -pQ'AMapl; Dining Room Suite $117

PLAIN and FANCY STEAK, a whole half pound ef tatty choice western Colonial WITH 4 CAPTAIN CHAIRS NOW
beef. Especially prepared for your dining pleasure. Rare or medium Quilt Cover

(Sorry we can't guarantee the quality of well done steaks) Try it 90-inch SOFA 147 TOP QUALITY Nat, Ads HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD '
with french frill, end! our famous bacon drilling ever endive Sl.lS $
5-Pc. Solid Birch Room Suite
REG. $299.00 . . NOW Dining 97
FANTAIULOUS FRIED CHICKEN Three pieces of chicken fried to a
REGULARLY $21900 t I'l Set NOW
golden brown A generous portion of Dutch Pantry fHKng. $1.50

BAKED HAM, with pineapple ia e-Brown sugar and cinnamon It the
Wing Back (Chairs
Lounge Hundreds of Other Items Not Listed
reason. for the "wonderful geod" tasty $1.45 .
(t M" lf! M s.sd!' I paieeld ft ,eau I $46
DUTCH PANTRY MEAT LOAF, with fflBng-Our time tested rew'pe REG. 11.00 . . NOW u.; PLEASE DO SHOP ELSEWHERE THEN
made with freshly' greed beef sad: pork $1.20

Other Select Pennsylvania Dutch GENUINE FOAM RUIIER COMPARE at MATHER where you. SAVE MORE

SPECIAL Entreat Available TOP QUALITY Mohoqony" 1 I

CHILDRENS DINNER Goose Neck I Platform HockerREG.
{ $27

Fried Juke Chkktsj rll be looking $49.00 II, only) . NOW MATHER iiTl T FURNITUREOf

forward to teeing H

(II piece! one and all today! J Not. Ad.,. CARTER Winter Karen, Inc. I I
Two VeqetoilesMfk

JeH-o or l Is. Cream rare wAr y
48 own t tAw
Open Daily 7:00 1.11'I. t. 10.00 pjn, Molded Walnut Arms t *..tArt ,/,
If yo eat yo r f4 yR rWo'f a t*. N WI Z -

I Mry pp **d a b....* DUTCH PANTRY.. REG. $119,00 NOW ..iMan-+"s-

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Ellsworth \ i

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Moves StoreDowntown r 1' Pat/ eo 7 arn1ul


Ellsworth Electric Companyhas 4ce4 e j8P t ei ,

moved to a new home In
Winter Haven .r I

The firm, now 18 years old, .. .
has bought a building at 167 : '
:I : ,! I ITN
Ave A, NW, and, In the words "'. ; i 11 o'
of David L. Ellsworth, "Will I INEtM1AAlaR ,;: } ',.. ON 47 ,
never have to move again" r swrssver" ... ,,-:,,:,; ;. (, INNmII
euswoare. < ., "i
The business was started by i.. "
D. P, Ellsworth In 1946 at
120 Third St., SW. At the time,
the elder Ellsworth had the Hotpoint lEG U S PAT OFF
franchise which the company '"
still retains.In .

1951 Dave Ellsworth joinedhis -

tether In the business. D.P. :i We now feature complete facilities for conventions, .
Ellsworth is now in semi-re
tire merit, and Dave handles nets meetings, tales presentations and banquets of all kinds No I .

most of the operation of the ELLSWORTH IN NEW SITE Ellsworth Electric has "moved downtown," In the words of matter what your needs public address system, sound t i. v

business. Its owner, David L. 11sworth.: Here Is the new home of a long-time Winter Haven business, on movies, easels, blackboards, etc [just give your specific.

In 1955 Ellsworth Electric Ave. A, NW. tions to the Holiday Inn and all details will be provided for \ .
moved to 360 Third St., NW,
and the first of this month The Holiday Inn prides itself in having the finest room,
bought the new building.One Keegan working on their Troop
dining and recreational facilities ,
of the chief reasons for Girl Scout ScrapbookBy Camper Badge. Friday night sne
the move according to Dave was spent aroung the campfire
u s MT" errw
Ellsworth Is parking. The new for an Investiture and rededIcation -
RUTII BRICGS on a Junior Red Cross Course
at which
building Includes a parking lot ceremony,
for the benefit of Ellsworth's which Is being taught by Mrs time Cheryl Hamm, Karen
Yount President George Wood. In addition to
customers.The Mrs. Viney Tiano, and Debora Signor received
new building will enablethe of the League of Women Voters, their Junior Red Cross Card, their Girl Scout pins.
Is working with Junior Girl the girls will earn 2 Health Aid
company to Increase the The ceremony was conducted by THE
number of lines carried, and to Scout Troop 63 on the Active Badges. Cadette Scout Lynn Williams.
put In larger service depart- Citizen's Badge. This Is a very Cadette Troop 74 has also On Saturday, Senior Scouts
ment, Ellsworth said timely activity, as there is naturally been on a camping trip. Mrs. Donna Ross and Susan Burchln Persimmon Room
Charles R. Wilson Is ser- more Interest In the Edward Buttles and Mrs. Jack_ led the girls in swimming, rope
of Th. perfect site for paHioi of four
vice manager. He has been with rights and responsibilities Wingate, Leaders, took 23 girls tying, and games. The troop was
the a good citizen during an election to nln.ly. Whether !tt' for a birthday,
firm since 1951, and Dave to Llthla Springs recently. chaperoned by Leaders Mrs. R.
year. The girls will not become nnlvariary or any tptcial occaiioit
Ellsworth says that there Is W. Garris and Mrs. James
none better. Involved with political Senior Troops 4, 37 and 40 O'llara, assisted by Mrs. Allen It will bo moro delightful In our
The building, bought from parties, but will help with posters held t Court of Honor last weekto Dowd and Mrs. Lowell Signor ,...Immo" Room
Walker Hardware, was repainted and leaflets urging every- make final plans for the annual -
redecorated, and air conditioned one to vote. Mrs. Cecil Dowers Council Dinner to be heldon Cypress Neighborhood heldan
for more customer Is leader of this troop.A November 10 at the First excellent meeting last week. rr A M ,
convenience.In Program Aide Training Presbyterian Church. This Sixteen leaders met exchange d
the future Course for all Senior Scouts In will be attended r
near Ellsworthsaid meeting by Information and set dates. The
there will be sofas for the Winter Haven Area will be delegates from the entire Heart next important scouting event t.
customers to sit on, coffee and held at the Scout House on of Florida Girl Scout Council. will be the Senior Weekend to
softdrlnks. There will also be Wednesday Nov. 11, from 10 be held October 23, 24, and 25
till 3. Mrs. George Costello Junior Girl Scout 73
new types of financing and other at Camp Wildwood More about
to Trainer for the course, has Is working on their Sign of the
Improvements shopping dates to remember and the reg-
better at Ellsworth. announced that all girls planning Star. With the assistance of
ional conference In the next Girl
to attend should register Mrs. T. L McGeachy, the girls Scout Scrapbook.
with their Senior Advisor or toured the local General Telephone -
SEI with the Girl Scout Office In Company Office They
Haines City. This course Is were very Interested to learn '"
\ 1r
Challis Marshall designed to help the Seniors that the recorder Telephone F&AM Blue
work with girls at other levelsof number 118 Is located at the

far all y.urAUTO STATE rUM GlrlScoutlng and toward their Telephone Company office. The Lodge To MeetA 'a: a#.. .
each received bookleton
Service Aide Bar. girls a
LIFE .-a... Junior Girl Scout Troop 158 telephone manners at conclusion regular meeting of the Win.
air FIRE CJQ) Is camping at HlllsboroughState of their tour.This troop ter Haven Blue Lodge No. 186,
Park this weekend.The new Jun has added 8 new members and F. and A. M. will be held on ,
lniurnc IN5UUNCI iors will be learning to pitch completed a Water Fun Badge Monday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic
Need tents and cook over open fires. Leaders of the Troop are Mrs. Temple located at Ave. A. SE, THE
251 Magnolia Ave, S.W. Leaders accompanying the Walter Dell, Mrs. Charles A. A business meeting and workIn
Acrou from Enchant lank troop are Mr. and Mrs Frank Krebs, Mrs. Harold Kite, and the third degree will be con. Main Dining Room,
Slgman, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Mrs. Harold Johnston. ducted. "'
Phone 294.4256 Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bas- Junior Girl Scout Troop 33 All Masons In this vicinity are Your family nr guoiti will :(doroughly M1
chon. The girls are now working<< spent the weekend at Camp Invited to attend. enjoy grocloui dining In th...
-- warm, plaaiant turroundingi The
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Ten wirr>! R I IAVI n r! AILY i NEWS CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Sunday October 18, 196

Polk Citrus Junior Olympic

Growers To :! Games Held At

See EquipmentThe .I. Lake AlfredJunior

Polk Counts Citrus Olympic game! wore cam,
Growers' School on Meteor! held at th<' Lake Alfred Elementary -

logy and Cold Protection< :: Tuesday school Thursday aft
will also Include an equip ernoon with each grade level elm

ment show to be held from 6 participating.
to 10 p.m.Citrul In the first grade broad
cold protection equipment jump first place went to Rodney

manufacturers have Sti'wart. Wesley King was

been Invited to participate In second and Steve Spears was

this show From 730 to 9:30 third.
In the second grade hurdle
p.m. Dr. John Gerber Assistant
which was a team effort first
wr +
Climatologist from the ;
University of Florida will lecture place winner was Mrs. Cook's
; room and Mrs Haake'v room
on "Principles of ColdProtection" 4 1s took second place j
In the Home Demonstration
In the third grade four post
Audiorlum Equipment
'I relay competition first place
will be in place by 6 X INGSWUUi1 )
wit won by Mrs. Eubank'iroom
p.m. and remain until 10 p.m..
so that the public may see all and second place by

the equipment and attend the Mrs Smith's room.
lecture. In the fourth grade over and "

under relay, first place winner
Registration fee for the
school will be $3 to cover was Miss Watkins room,
costa of printed materials] TOP BRASS-Then three men could well constitute the ruling group for the FlorId. Mrs. Locke's room was sec

notebooks, etc. A complete set citrus Industry starting next January From left, Haydon Burnt, Democratic nominee for ond. _.
of bound notes Is available for governor; Al) Carlton of WauchuU, president of Florida Citrus Mutual; and Ktngswoed In the fifth grade girl's limbo -

registrants Sprott of Laic* Wales, chairman of the FlorId. Citrui Commission (Exclusive picture by winners were Shirley Roberts
Jack Gurnett) first place Linda Sue JUNIOR OLYMPICS Members of the Lake Alfred Elementary Schools participated In
King second, and Beverly a Junior Olympic on the school grounds last Friday afternoon. A hurdle race was Included in the

EconomyContinued Citrus Looks To Big Crop Tonic] third. games and all grades participated in the games.

pared to $4,906,988.12 last In the fifth grade broad

( From Page One) year. (Continued From Page One) 125 million box year" that has jump, Karen Harmon won Elbert PTA
Ave., tripling Its floor space. The People's Dank of Auburn. better than a quarter.billion dol. been talked about for years is first place with Patsy Elliott Sen. Hubert Humphrey Plans
Lake Region Bank of Commerce dale has $6,422,235.41 on deposit lars "a fer piece away" In the opin- second and. Dona Strong third. Plans Annual
has added drive-in bankIng as compared to $6,075 Actually, the final price to be ion of many citrus men,but they In the fifth grade SO.yard
facilities during the past 434.29 a year ago. paid at the on.tree level will do warn that if this year Is an dash, Chuck Houski won first
year Is building more parking 714,473.54 These deposits as total $59- be determined by the concentrators example of the progress of the place with Jimmy Prince sec Spaghetti Night To Campaign In Bay Area
compared to$54519,623.52
freeze-damaged trees and
-how high will new
facilities and has other expansion they go ond and Jerry Blanton third.
plans In the works a year ago. In bidding for the available con. trees coming into bearing, Flo- Chuck Houska was also win The Elbert Elementary PTA
The Exchange National Bank Loan First Federal Savings and centrates quality oranges?Priorto rida will be faced with a steadily ner of the fifth grade broad will meet Tuesday night at 7:30In Sen. Hubert Humphrey, the Humphrey, who will be accompanied -
has added a whole block of park- Association of Winter Haven the estimate some contractshad increasing crop of citrus jump the school cafetorium. Democratic vice presidential by Sen. George
Ing area to Its facilities, and has savings on Its booksof been made at 60 to 65 cents that must be merchandised in A meeting of the official board candidate, will be In the Bay Smathers of Florida, who "re-
Is drawing plans for a huge ad- 28653005.83 comparedwith per pound solids (soluble sugarsor one form or another. will begin at 7 in the libraryand area today and will give a major luctantly" seconded his nom.
dition. $23,417,859 a year ago an citrus sugars) which Is the The Florida Citrus Com- any Interested parents are speech in Williams Park, St. inatlon for the vice presidency

Another Indication of the economic Federal Increase of of $5.2 million. First determining factor In the valueto mission, with a new depart- Guy He Davis invited to attend. Petersburg, scheduled at 2:45: in Atlantic Cfty, is slated to
reports ment working on additional Final plans for the annual
growth of Winter Haven the freezers You mulUply the p.m. arrive at Tampa International
Is the addition of a second savings savings of 3832451.30 com- going price for a pound of solids commercial uses for Florida spaghetti supper to he held Airport at 11.30: a.m.
pared to $3,437,598.71 a year the citrus, is aiming Its sights at early in November will be pre- His
organization The Ridge by pounds determined to be first appearance will be
Federal Savings and Loan Association ago.The in the box and then deducted the the future, but Is making no Dies At Age 67 sented and there will be a report TouchdownContinued at the luncheon of Sigma Delta
newest addition
opened Its doors to the to financial pick and haul costs to find the net prediction as to when and if by the principal Harold Chi, made up of newsmen of the
public In January. Institutions the Win- on tree return for that box. the state might hit the 125 Davis, on the book mendingproject ( From Page One) Bay area and Central Florida

Every financial Institution In Savings ter Haven and area Loan, Ridge Federal This writer has been informed million box mark on oranges. Guy H. Davis 67, of Fort ization took war to Nashville, at 12:30 at International Inn
the Winter Haven area has Association, that the Florida Citrus Controls Over the 11 years starting Meade and formerly of Winter The evening's program will Tenn., where they saw their He will speak for 20 minutes
shown an Increase In business reports 530.07 since savings of $1,037- don will go all out In its ad. with the 1953-S4 season and Haven died Friday afternoonIn be given by James E. Harris, favorites soundly walloped by and then answer newsmen's
sine the opening Its doors vertlslng and merchandising of through last season, Florida administrative officer at Polk questions.
year began. last January the Winter Haven Hospital Vanderbilt. The roll wing I
Exchange National reports Us Florida citrus in all forms- produced an annual average of after a lengthy Illness. Junior College years saw the Polk County ag- Then he will hurry to Lowry
deposits total $29,949,123.45, fresh and processed Becauseof 86,960,000 boxes of oranges The president, Ed Glllett, gregation attend college and Park In Tampa for a huge
compared with $27,594,172 at the law, the biggest hunk of the while other states were pro He was a native of Arlington, urged all Elbert parents to professional 'in such spaghetti dinner being put on
the comparable time last year DairymenTo available money goes to concen. ducing an average 34,680,000 Ky., and moved to Winter Haven attend. games by Hlllsborough County Demo-
American National has $ll,- trates. Under the law governing boxes, or an average total U.S. from Crowley, La., In 1939. H* places ai Lexington, Ky., New crats starting at 1 p.m.
193,714.23 on deposit at the MergeTAMPA Florida citrus advertising and supply of 131,140,000 boxes. was a retired zone manager for Will ContinueContinued Orleans, Baton Rouge La., At 2 he is scheduled to leave
downtown office and $1,193- merchandising, each end product At the moment the big worry International Harvester Co., Villanova Pa. Philadelphia Lowry Park In a motorcadefor
E82.23 at the Cypress Gardens (UPI-Two-thlrds) of such as fresh fruit, single in the citrus industry of the and for the past eight years was ( From Page One) Baltimore, Washington Nor the St. Pete park. His next
branch for a total of $12,387- the dairymen In the southwest strength and chilled Juices, sec. Sunshine State Is the possibilityof manager of Provenclal EquIp- folk St. Louis and Bloomington destination after Tampa is Miami
276.C6. Last year at the same coast area have agreed to tlons, salads and the like, by the removal of tariffs or ment Co of Wauchula. Me was ershlp as communism's "(reat. Ind for a dinner tonight
time American National had merge with the Independent variety, must share in the workof duties on citrus fruit produced the ruling elder of the Fort est political asset" The train this year will
$10,048,000 on deposit. Dairy Farmers Association ol the state agency proportion. outside the country, and Florida Mead Presbyterian Church, Reliable sources said Khrush. have about 115 businessmen rBOLD
Lake Region deposits have southeast Florida to net up an ately to the money they con. Citrus Mutual has made an all- president of the Fort Meade chev went down fighting at the aboard Every little detail has BANDITS
reached $5,833,256.67 as compared orderly milk market tribute to the overall fund. out effort for many months to Chamber of Commerce, a member Central Committee meeting been arranged for by Choo- LONDON
to $4,906,988.12 a year Truman Smith, one of the There have been years, In spa. have U. S. citrus put on the of the Fort Meade Lions which decided his fate. Choo Hughey, Tampa, genial (UPI) Four
ago an Increase $926,368.55. dairymen Involved In the move cial situations, where this has "exceptions list" which Is to Club, a former member of the These sources said Mikhail director of all types of men robbed a company pay
The Bank of Lake Alfred deposits said the merger will end the been stretched a bit, but It be presented by Nov. 16. Fort Meade city commission, Suslov, the party's chief theo. and retired ACL outings roll carrier of 5600. The bandits
are $5,142,581.49 com- "chaotic market" conditions would be Impossible to spend In recent weeks Mexican and a civic leader. cretlcian, praised Khrushchev's passenger were armed with rolling
any sizeable sum on fresh fruit, grapefruit and navel oranges over all policies but said they agent. pmiCookout .
for example, above that portionof have been sold on the NewYork lie Is survived by his widow were not properly carried out-
the funds paid for this seg. markets which, like all metro Mrs KatherIne Woods Davis; and had reached the "point of
ment. Nor, would It be possible, politan centers, are hungry for two daughters, Mrs. James stagnation" mom-style
without getting a lot of squawksand fresh citrus. Phillips of Mount Caramel, m, Reliable sources said a
Don't just BUY insurance. even threats of legal action, Now, the USDA'S foreign and tire Margaret Burgess of Khrushchev comeback Is out of !,
to spend more on concentratesthan agricultural service, throughthe Bethalop, 111, I three sons, the question. Ironically It was
the end product put Into consular offices, reports James H. Davis of Auburndale, Khrushchev himself who estab.
that In the Hugh Payne Davis of Los Angeles lished the :e / ,
PLAN IT the general kitty big Mexican elate post-Stalln custom of r
With Florlda'a hundreds of of Sonora, with new water pump- and A. R. Wayne ErIkson retirement Instead of execution
thousands of acres of citrus Ing restrictions growers are of Winter Haven, two sisters, for leaders who (all from grace. ,
trees recovering much better looking for crops that requirea Mrs. H. McKender Bardwell, The sources said KhrushchevIs "t 'tx.II .
than anticipated from the Decem. minimum of moisture and Ky., and Mrs. J. B. Freemanof resting at a government

her 1962, freeze, there is every art looking at citrus in "big Springfield, Tenn; four owned "dacha" (country house)
indication there will be ample blocks." brothers, Sam A. Davis of Arlington in the Moscow area, taking I ''I I' I I I Ie
fruit, regardless of whether the Mutual has argued with the Ky., Ted R. Davis of medical treatments for an unspecified .
actual plckout Is 72 million box. government and In briefs filed Bunker Hill, Ili., L. A, Davisof ailment
es of oranges and 30 million with President Johnson, who Alton, m., and the Rev.
boxes of grapefruit, or even the will make the final decision on Swet Davis of Melburn, Ky.;
sk'1 qe 83.6 million boxes of oranges what exceptions to the notariffor and 12 grandchildren
and 33.1! million boxes of grape. lowered seal will be made, Funeral services will be held
fruit projected by the USDA, that to allow foreign fruit a from the SledeU Funeral Home
1.M to fill consumers' demands at free now into the U. S., In lightof In Fort Meade Monday after-
"reasonable and, acceptable much lower production costs noon at two o'clock Burial will

prices at the retail level" Sev. and low freight rates, would follow In Evergreen Cemetery
seal veteran citrus men art auth. tend to damage the American In Fort Meade,
orlty for this belief citrus grower In all areas '

Prices at the consumer level, Sonora agricultural authorities
as seen at the moment, will below make no bones about look. 10-Year BuildingContinued
enough to attract customers Ing at the U. S. as an outlet
and at the tame time give the for the potential citrus to be ( From Page One) ..

grower) a fair profit on his pro. grown on this new acreage there Is more than $400,000 in DANIELS "
ductlon, It is predicted.In It seems to this writer and school construction under way
other Industry observers that $
covering the Florida citrus at the moment. for instance
there ta always something to C
Industry for the past 26 seasons Commercial I I construe
worry our composite friend
Read how your SAFECO insurance agent this writer has built up a hardcore John Q. Grower, and Just In bon which has added to the ...!
of citrus men
group soaring totals during the decade
recent week the bad gals, Cleo, HARDWARE .
will discuss the past, presentand Dora and Isbell have given hima include the mammoth r
can help own the finest roof of
you future
citrus situation with lot to be concerened about, North Gate Shopping Center
him and they are now predicting but the trio merely flirted with the Winter Haven Hospital additions ,
Planned protection at the lowest cost generally, that with the
possible the bulk of the citrus belt and General Telephone ,
the concentrates -
new crop hitting
with the exception of some acreage Tampa Electric Grovemont _
sometlmt around the
In Martin and Brevard Nursing Home, the Winter Haven
of the will
first see
Your Safcco-Lifeco-General Agent is not just a year we counties, on either end of the Harbour condominium all
an retail price -
salesman He's an independent businessman, nationwide of about 211/2 legally defined Indian River the local banks the big Exchange .
area, the damage was almost Ii jj
whoM continued cents per six-ounce can compared National building. the
success depends on your continued insignificant
to an approximate 26 Lake Region Bank of Commerce j
So, as this special ProfrasEdition
i faith. That's why he must make cure that cents, A fix-ounce can products of the Winter Haven and wider way right

you are covered for fiery insurance need. Auto, with the addition of three News-Chltf, located in the heart now American National -
home life-even business and boat. Your parts water, 24 ounces of whole of the rich and lush Florida plus First Federal the USDA
your a Juice at coat under
a penny citrus producing belt, goes to building on Sixth st. and not
Safeco Agent can wrap up all these things in a per ounce, and this should make press I can wind this up by forgetting. of course. City 11.11

ingle planned protection package that prevents what orange the Juice late John competitive A. Snlvvly with saying itself, Building? Remodeling? Repairing?
The Florida citrus industry At for residential construction
! dangerous gaps, prevents expensive duplication. sr., used to refer to as "th
la in excellent shape, econom at the rate the water dpartment -
I'' bellywashes. ically and productlon-wis, and li adding meters m LET US
That's why it makes sense to do all jour insur- director Frank of Am the Florida merchandising Citrus continuing to paddle Its own leas than a couple of thousand DO THE! PLUMBING!

ance business with your Safeco Insurance Agent. Commission ,ave this writer canoe without and handle running Its own to Washington problems bowed have been built with

the "$3 tour" through Ms suit in the city limits during the
One man to help you plan-one company that or Tallahassee.President .
of offices to show off the potntofaale 10 year, and several time "Once You
understands your problem end will stand behind display material and that number on the fringe Try Us You'll Never Switch"

you if trouble should strike. merchandising gimmicks that Has And because they're Jwt
are to be used for this season (Continued From Page One) outside. two big projects that

Chilled orange Juice- free world in the Pacific Ocean could have set an.tint* morris
FOR PLANNED PROTECTION AND DEDICATED dairies whole Juice sold usually through area at a result of the detonation for city conntnicttoti this DANIELSPLUMBING
and which can either be
SERVICE CAll YOU SAFECO AGENT TODAY pure Juice right out of the orange king of" this first device by Pt are past the year$3 don't.i million qauHfy Southeast The

or reconstituted from
concentrated Johnson Friday received' his Plata Shopping/ Center and the
orange Juice- -U going to .
CONSOLIDATED get a big pl.,. first direct word from the new $380.000 Florida Citrus Showcase
which are oo UM south
Kremlin leaderahlp
@ Arn is now urging the supermarket
.. .. across the nation, It came through Soviet Am. side of Cyprea Gartho Road CO.

INSURANCE SERVICE as well as smaller outlets, to bauador Anatoly F Dobrynln which II 1 the city boundary
OAFECO move the chilled Juice, pecked who called at the White House But the eight-elary Winter

120 W. Central 294-4241 INSURANCE in milk type container. with the menage that Khrushchev Haven Hospital scheduled for 1120 Sixth St, S.W.
Despite the approximate 44 's policies of "peaceful coexistence next summer which will assure Phone CY 3-8653

Nobody Stttlei Claims Foster and More Fairly per cent Increase in the potential ." relaxation of tensions the city of a record in "Every Time We
harvest of oranges tor and "strengthening of 1965 U not another spadeful of A Friend We Grow A Little"Poge

this season over last that "big "peace" would continue earth Is tuned.


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Sunday. October 18 1964 [rage Eleven


i 1if I ReviewHOLLYWOOD ( UPI) Notre

to watch television by:
HHiwrt: Urnet '
and Betty White are the 1
again of NBC.TV's cover :
the annual Macy Thanks :
Day Parade Nov. Ht. ,', ,
y; wt network three.part "Di K.J 1- y.r
6 dare" story, set in Ron re .1
gins Nov 12 and star, M I
cedes McCambrMge, R 'n
Novarro, Paul Stewart A: and Daniela Biar".1:
Imogen Coca guests nc,t FJ' -
4 day on CBS-TV's "The r.l :itainors '. ,
l. ", "A lest film for a ,
I i possible NBC.TV IM'rleiIoUII fII, >.
4 Robert Ryan as an a! ant .
District attorney starts f ::uc
tion Monday CBS.TV a'::' idy
has in the works, as a t Ma
at T'
live mid season rrplacen a

tvv series prosecutorThe with \\illum Sttatr, ana

Shows: The 1004 world
driving championship race the
Mexican Grand Prix airs on
ABC-TVs Wide World of r
T Sports Oct 31 NBC TV sU
ikl Kingdom .heads north of
the Arctic Circle Oct! 25 The

y p Regis Philbln Show which replaces
Steve Allen's Right! 'vn. a

CITY OFFICIALS OF LAKE ALFRED- -These are the people Howte, clerk; Don H-rtsfleld, city manager Telford; and Henry Jicated program for the \U' .t,
I who run Lake Alfred municipal affairs, headed by Mayor James Jollay city attorney; standing, Commissioners Sam DeVito inghouse Broadcasting Co on
Telford, sealed center. The city officials are, from left: Mildred Richard Brumbaugh and Alvin Decker. Oct, 96, has been sold to at
least 19 markets, most uf them
major NBC.TVs "Today

I Reporter Finds Americans Won't Discuss PoliticsEditor's visit show to which Chicago starts Tuesday a three originates day. 1n

its first telecast from the r

city's art Institute, ,\Vednrsday i
Note: t'PI porter lie tossed the paper down and going down the Washington rat one and don't expect I'll ever 40.story apartment house that
Lowry Bowman has Just completed said to no one in particular' hole," George McConnell, Ab see one or talk to one," he provides a sweeping view of
a 26.day 1I,600.mile bus "Sometimes I think this Gold. Ingdon Va.. farmer, said "It said F\en if I did I'm not Chicago
tour to sample America's water Is right-that we oughtto takes two men working full sure I'd tell him the truth I I Public Affairs: Martin Luther
mood In this election year bomb them and be done with time to support one man on think that If they do questionany King will appear on ARC TV'
It." Then he walked out. the government payroll these people they don't get answers one hour special about the Nobrl s, s sJ' sr
By LOWRY BOWMAN! Luke Burns, cutting hair In days" that mean anything Prite awards Doc 1"
nlted Press International the Marshall barber shop at Much resentment against the King, who has been named a!
WASHINGTON (UPI!)Amerl. Marshall, Tex, gave what maybe Americans of all classes, par.. press apparently stemmed from this 't.'s recipient of the Nobel ,
cans generally simply do not the best explanation of this ticularly in the Fast. are worried publication in the smaller newspapers Peace Prize. will be interviewed
discuss politics in public curious void In America's pub. and confused by Juvenile of local court rasestaffic by Alislair Cooke, who
They will give an opinion lie conversation. He said it wa crime and street violence The fines and similar events Is host narrator and writer of ,
asked. But rule in his shop that entire community of Indopend J'r
often C'nlcal-whl'n a standing One woman In California, summoned the PrOlri m.
it would be possible for a foreigner customers were free to give ence Mo, Is fighting the prob1cm to court because she The ladies: ABC.TV reports t
to visit each state of the their views on politics and religion with a 10 p.m curfew (for stopped, payment on a check for that after the filming of It, + Ii
Union and not be aware that a but the barbers would teen"agers and a program A Kan.ofsupervised kitchenware she did not want, hour long special Sophia Loren
presidential election Is coming only listen. recreation said this: In Rome," which airs Nov 1:?
up it he did not read the newspapers "A political fanatic Is Just See teenager. on his way to. "I was taken in by a high pressure gifts were exchanged between
or listen to television like a sports fanatic," Burns Join the Marine Corps. was overheard door to door salesmanI Sophia and Phil D'Anton) and
This is the main conclusion explained "If his team loses, telling two companionsof I don't mind going to court about Norman Baer, the show producers '
reached by this reporter after i he figures the referee Is crook.ed. his exploits with a fast car ft, but now why does my hometown Phil and Norm present
28.state, 8,600.mile tour by bus Bad for business" He made this revealing stale newspaper have to pick ed their" glamorous star with an
train and plane that lasted al Despite their public silence\ ment: "Thl're's one old cop this up and make me look Idle original Dior creation and the ,
most four weeks It was In no the voters indeed are concerned down there that when he catchesme ulou*' Even if I win the case, lovely MIlS I/iren presented -
tense a poll to determine about many of the Issues he always Il'l's me '0. Don'tknow all my friends will tease meabout each with a kiss Itette Davis
whether President Lyndon John. raised by Johnson and why" lie must be a crooked having a criminal rer tryout for a situation romch( JX ::: ::: ',::w,1t, t CNLY A FLW; MINUTL FROM WIN" :R HAV:N I

son or Sen Barry M, Gold Goldwater Some limited gen cop ord series will have her a. an Inter
water Is the voters' choice in eralnations can be drawn: Street violence i.i not nerensarily lor decorator ho insists, on ,I" ,'trd( IM'11.1", L eke inctuar It's a Must for Durt :' )

November The aim was to find -The old political lines are connected with the civil clients with good taste
out what the America Vote Is 'shifting and changing Republican rights strugRle Cleveland, IIII)V AnIS. LONDONUPl1A( court SHOP IV WINTFR: lI\\'EN
thinking about bothered about New England now cannot. Ohio, the Rev John Brucre her granted Edmund Curtis a .
and talking about In Election be considered safe for the GOP has !been crlHein\ H by militant f'C1'n Wilson Won't I I.ONDINUPILess) than 24 divorce Friday on grounds of .
Year 1964I The Democratic South displaysmore civil rights groups and manvof ?O' hours attic! the labor parly adultery and ordered William . . .

talked to scores of peopleon Goldwater signs than any his fellow Presbyterian min, won 'the Ul'llhh .general. rlirlion Hll..ltt, the other man, to pay : .
buses, in bars restaurants, other area of the nation, The iste-s for preaching again it I iultiruriki bookmaker 'S,1II1O damage ;;4. GoldrWater .
coffee shops and barber shops, Negro vote seems almost solid Ins and racial demonstrations. Take Role As'Caretaker' .inn"uni nl mitt l I m the nt.I"II"I..I urtls teniflct" that Blli-ltl .
and in a plane over the Gulf for Johnson. Sucre recruits Negro youngster 1.1 .,III "Imo 1 lMir 2 10 tin was the "tientfrltnd' he askedto I]f ot
of Mexico All were chance encounters -Sen, Goldwater has become to play games In his church Hi. I i m ors "MIVI' "s 6 to 4 "keep an eve m m\ wlfi I f 124 W. Central Ave *
except for deliberate identified-among the nation's clean up the neighborhood with UK.iltisl while he was awiin hu'inr * * *
calls on local political leader bus riders at least-as a man brooms and mops and fight in
Each had an opinion on Gold. who would Involve the United senile crime by the wright: of
Each States in nuclear war This opinion
water and Johnson was a
; ,'t t:I'll l.alHorIIo'r'III'
feeling IONDON: ; i
if reported time after time There is a vague
willing to defend his opinion was rv
of by those who professed no that many old and long accepted .t t riwXyl" Mini in \lli- >lil Wil nnpu'ned C
pressed But In 26 days even r > "earrlnkrrrole Surround Yourself with the Cherished
America's love for President Johnson The American value are bring s|' ant .
eavesdropping on '
Ift etwtwv |I..tllI| and ,it 1 out to inn ;iloiiiih .
lost the modern crushir > \ ,
public conversations only once one phrase heard over and over ,melk fatrr.IC .
,ta hard hiltmtl government Warmth of American Provincial FOX
Carreira who rum a service by
did I hear the name of either again was, "The man scaresme ,,
lion on the wharf at Plymouth usro IN MINIMS despite hit slam parllamrnniimajority \
candidate come up spontaneous MVJ,UtHiVt' SMArtD CHARCOAL
Lonaiie la Tbi Comfort of Ccam'ai Foam
CuuiLau'N psir
Mass said It best Were living
ly in the course of convena -There Is widespread sentIment KILNS ATTrACT VISITOM TOTHU 1 ? I
that m
tion among both Democrat on the wharf f at Plymouth STATE PARK, Indications were
said it bed 'Mere livIng might have an edge of ants
Mass ,
That one time was In a drugstore and Republicans that the federal QAgs'Ct. ihi.
in Concord, N, II, wherea government employs too too fast I like to make a VQVA3N All WIN three combined or lour voles In over the nos
young man sat reading the many people at salaries that dollar as well as the next man jvj urn isan0lvooavtu> om opposition
too high Another oft-rl'cur. But look at It thin way what Parliament
Concord Monitor over an afternoon are Gecdeyra rsaw
Million appointed the first sos
man I is really worth $40 ISO "- ,
cup of coffee ring phrase was tax money IrVAwNlire, .
,, a week' We keep on the W.Ye'rt' en member of a ihuU|'
wing, our money won't NORTON, Va fUPI)-A four streamlined! e a bin I e I f"III.\ \. ,IV ( / I. I
be worth anything weeks night, lean than three. hour
born two
pound girl wa ... "
HELPING WINTER HAVEN Many of those questioned prematurely Friday by cesarean after being named prime mm ., ) .: I
perhaps half displayed art"l'ntml'nt section T minutes after her bier He appeared Intent "n "J .,
of the nation pri.sand mother death fulfilling his campaign pl"U. .JII: .ill -"
elevision and a complete The child wan drlive-ed by to get Britain moving I
mtrmpt for politics) polls thi count) medical examiner He promised to announcemore 1. w )
PROGRESSBuilders cabinet appointment, t" ,416 r
Burn Ihs'Trxa. barber urn after Mr Mara Boggs 44,
mod ip the feeling about thi dud I al a hospital from an un day and to complete thr II i

poll die I" I Posed t illni The baby was Sunday \
"I'VP nrvf 'P"h" i rot,1I. i I"" 'I i 1"nr.;: fine in an In The ministers named Frldav \ ,
and Contractors: never knew anhcd wf1, ., "' ,tot night were taking over thru
jobs thin morning
f fQ
ADD SALES APPEAL They were Foreign Hecrrlan, '
Patrick r.orlon; Walker,. Rein '

to the Homes You Build OfTll" Mt.r i Minister George :
blown l le+i der l of the House nfr .
n "" Id'rlxrl Bowoen !Ile Intimate as Cl1II1lr1l1N'1nllll U anrpni b : "
f, II i Mini-.r( Ornli Healer hearth, furnltur. U'f FOX provlJrt lei, ;. ..... 'l
Ijntill 'It tar PsjehwiuerJin IM wrl" oraliig, mooj ttui auin an T.:
.ill.ghjn lard (hn truly: A',iTd" .n lime so Jnvttlnt Notice rv
"II."i I I'rd I hardener and chief tlv V"" <" e gas I'rnrrll'nl whip Edward Short Irtv,, ".. ili'ti on lie aettee and chair ... '
the lIt |1""" rt"* the room jrou'v always y
Hut Iris-rail to nalumFmliy f0Alt
In *
wanlnl All II." rolmlkl charm can '1. ;;'A
YEAR ROUND AIR CONDITIONING + night Wilma. declared I.
lit yours, phis| tl*, nmVn oooJurt clgiuulrv ,
bluntly Ihit hi. ptrlhwily slim '
h" ..., ..w.k.. .. buy.'i .....'. .... parliamentary malorMy will) not pro, 111 I fit every bwlMl Com lai (
"AM with (lee port.*** cm>.rf affect Ubnr rtrUrmnaatlofl. .in | .tiy I"J. I ",,.111 three brartwsmilnKAnnku

My -. nary ..., Ir.r.M sash.k'a govern 1'. vlacUl unUilogt your own.
with I INCtUOISi I I"at"rI1l9
.. wall M whOM 5." ..ridnary Having been charged

w.M II Is b. .1aci..f. L .,,L the duties of government, we ___ :: 4.CHhI' Sofa
intend out those du \
carry _
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tin he declared a Matching' Chile'
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.mf It .... poetics ........ This I laborite officials said Wilson -. t e Cotlfoll Table
will make n' clear at the begin ....
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ninK, of she new psrUaW' Mary 2 Step Tables
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I News-Chief Keeps Pace With Newest ProcessesLast I .. I .. ../!?!%'.. : W ..,. ., -- ... -.. -- .. -' -,

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spring tile Daily News.
Chief took a pant step forward
when a complete new off.let
printing plant was Installed
bringing the local paper up to
date with a few other newspapers ? I A illWASHER
throughout the country using oft
set, the newest innovation In
newspaper printing rf

The biggest advantage of the i
new process is the quality of
the pictures when they appearin
the paper. But besides the
pictures, the entire paper has a
process"cleaner" look than with the old and l DRYERBIGGER

Tuesday, March 17 was the i III IIIstyy
day the new equipment was first
tried at the News-Chlef. The
new press, "Goss Suburban"
capable of printing a 20 page I I '
newspaper at the rate of 22,.
000 copies per hour, perform
ed flawlessly.
This particular press, one of r aof
the more expensive oft set *
presses, was chosen because y Q
pI 0
of the extremely even Ink flow. : le CD
Complete control of ink flow _
makes It possible to get much
better picture reproduction. 'F4fENEI
The new methods virtually
climate the old dirty, hot shop \
associated with using metal type.
Instead, typewriter like ma- i' M"u f .ERIC\ \ i THAN
chines are used to set type. ti ,, wow.-was SEI\ UFE.SIZE
This type is then photograph n\SP\ STUFFED
ed/and the negative of the pageis bu \\\e\ ANIMAL
used to etch a thin aluminum ou when
ashen yoU
plate which goes on the press. buy the
Publisher W. E Rynerson and \\\E
Assistant to the Publisher Jack IDA\
Rynerson studied off set for FRIG "I FRIGIDAIRE
many months before deciding to

that take they the plunge.did. Both are happy 'tt\1\0 fl0NIpS000 WING HEAT Uhf Y ill

Jack Rynerson was in charge
of getting the new equipment in. -
stalled and into operation. He

log the old equipment to papers Looking .t the first paper off the new press, from left: the late Jack Cahill, press foreman; Mrs W. E. Rvnerion; I a 1 JET ACTION FEATURES GALORE-
who wanted it.Equipment Jack Rynerion, euittant to the publisher! Charles Goshorn, general manager; and W, E. Rynerson, editorpublisher.FOR 1 _
is not all that's new
at the News-Chief. On Sunday SOAKS AUTOMATICALLY, TOO !
I Uon May 24 was the added Florence to the Villa paper.sea NEW YORK (UH) A do.lt.yourself First Presbyterian Church 500 VolunteersAre "
portable soda fountainis
This has since become a reg. a New Jet-Away lint removal.
said to provide three different
ular feature of the Sunday paper. Needs no lint trap.
ice-cold carbonated soft drinksat
one-fifth the cost of compar. Begins Annual Fund DriveLaymen Needed For I o New Jet Spin leaves clothes

BEACH A. BROOKS, MD able bottled ones. The device, 4 extra dry-saves drying time.
about the size of a standard #
announce the romovtl table television set, has four and pastors of the is 30 7 per cent of the total o Clothes come out loose, easy

of hli offleo to taps three for flavorings and First Presbyterian Church this general budget. Heart SundayThe -even apron strings seldom
one for carbonated water. It op. month are studying the work of Support of the total programis "" snarl.
500 First Street North erates on 110-volt home current, the Church both locally and being urged in a series of
a 12-volt car or boat battery on a world-wide as they plan financial three letters from the Church Winter Haven Heart Fund o New Jet.simple design for top
standard propane cylinder. The requirements for 196$. Support Committee headed by needs 500 volunteers to carryon !
Practice limit1 to patented carbonator uses ordinary James H. McKlllop, member of the Heart Sunday canvass the
tap water A sealed ab. The "season of Church sup. the board of deacons. weekend of Nov. 15, high point
INTERNAL MEDICINE sorptlon-type refrigerating unit port" was launched wlthpartlcl. "In this modern economic age, of the Heart Fund Drive.
AND CARDIOLOGY makes ice unnecessary. patron of members in world wide when we exchange our talents Mrs. George P.Graf,who has Patented" Dup Action'
Office hourly\ communion the first Sunday of for dollars In the market place just been named chairman of agitator mom up and 9 5
tppolntmtnt.Phone .
October.It this jear's Heart Sunday drive
we are sometimes prone to for. $18 9
SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN here, called on the residentsof down-Jet help
294.4101 will end Sunday, Nov. 8, get that each of us is the Church ;
when members are being invited and that the Church is dependentupon Winter Haven to volunteer remove heaviest I WET
their services for the door-to-
to bring their subscriptions for us for its success in meet.
: BEYMER Church support for the next year log Christ' mission,"McKlllop door solicitation. Applicantsmay WCDAS.2
register by telephoningCy
Methodist Church said.
to a dedicatory service tot*held 4-1126.
during each of the two morning s -
services. "As each of us considers our "We extend an open Invitation 'l { ./ ,
700 Lake Howard Drive t t In between members support in tangible dollars," to the residents of Winter '..;:- / '
Northwest j arepar. McKlllop wrote in the first let. Haven to join the ranks of I '
In two forumsin add W 4t4..INlC.altrl "
(IN..rDowlIow.1) I which answers open to questions ter, "we remember that the Heart Fund volunteers the _, \\ ,_.
church has a two.told problem. chairman announced. "Volun
about church policy and work ; .:;:'
First, as an organization It finds teers gain great pride and satisfaction BUY TODAY GET THIS AUTOMATIC f
MINISTERS LEO F. KING are being discussed that inflation ; .
growing Increasesthe In helping to conduct
R. F. JOHNSON I PI rJ I Next Monday night they will cost of carrying out even a this Heart Crusade because of FABRIC f I .
G. STRADLEY also meet to consider a budget minimum program More 1m. its treat Importance In making PENSER ACCESSORY ;
of $110,000-only few dollars f4id :
r I a portant, we all know that Christ's possible the program of research --1* ,
I 49
: Church School over last year-to be recommended "tssar ":
mission is not static As mem. education and com ,..
11:00 Morning torvlc I by the board of trustees bers of Christ's body and as munity service which already __ -/ S ,irtnlni /'to\ ... .
"prlotlur l
Triuurt II headed by Alfred S. Estes. The H V _. >
subscribers to Ills has saved -
Prall Voiiol"I precepts, we so many thousands -
:SO Youth ,.lIow.h''. Y I figure reflects an Increase of must see to it that the Church's of lives and hearts." ew..a -
10.4 cent in the local
7ilO Kvonlnp. lorvlco I I church's contribution to world mission-our mission-Is car. "Heart Fund volunteers FRIGIDAIRE
"Troubltt Need Not Tk rled out" serve two purposes," continued
Their' Toll. p j/1: wide mission work Represent. -
Miss Kathy Keith,
what is called co- DRYER WITH FLOWING HEAT !
a. Log commonly Recalling that Jesus once remarked chairman. "They receive Heart -
AMPLE PARKING NURSERY benevolence giving, an Increase "When I am lifted up, Fund contributions. They also ,
HEARING AIDS from $28,859 to $31,859 for the I will draw all men unto me," serve as eudcatlonal ambassadors

world-wide mission work. This McKlllop asked: "Are we doing leaving at each home a 3-- o Flowing Heat fluff.dries gentlyas
1 our share to support our Churchand leaflet
\ valuable Infor ma a breeze.
lift high the Cross of tin on how to reduce the risk
':Christ of heart attacks." o No.stoop lint screen on door.

WINTER HAVENAND When its ranks have been o Porcelain Enamel Drum.
Others working on the church filled, the Heart Sunday Armywill
support committee are William cover all of the residential o Wrinkles.Away drying. Saves :
f G. Adams, Burk.O.Childs Rob.
sections in town on the Ironing time! eI eW'T i ii
.rt C. Dawson, Robert W.Hanks, weekend of Nov. 15, each volunteer
Warren E. Savant and Mrs. visiting 25 or so neighbors

i THE STATE OF FLORID James H, McKlllop. In his or her immediate vicinity. j I $129


For centuries,man hoi bn plagued
by ratil' Farmers lot million of
pa dollars oath year In groin tpoilag "
Ea and livestock duoaiot spread by P. t
a COCOA rat,. Urban arson oho fool the : t
tap WINTE effect!-In disco*, fire caused by 4 :
rat-chwd wires, and rat-bitton ; BUY THIS I !
4 MM tr Mitt TODAY-


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I SARASOTA wi+e""'-'3 ,. lali iil everywhere .
thrive In dirt and dork, Te
doled them, look for tigntI
GLASS SERVICE of gnawing around deer
.a.r- and window, hale and
n froth diggings: dropping BIG 13.24 CU. FT. FRIGIDAIRE DOOR !

"C end frocks, Thoy're a farmidibU -

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL enemy an* pair Huge 100-Its. zero zone separate CLOSE-OUT PRICES
of tat will produce 150-
,P' 200 oKipring a year! freezer.Twin .
I Today, a high quality, aonNteogulonlned.n e Porcelain Enamel veg. $
'5.' etable 299NWflgyg
Held, Tr the{-aan dangor.cou..d It reducing r e Deep.shelf storage door!

by roll, and 'm v _
i laving milliont del 4ntaKknii Wrrk Oponrtrnf 'rw4tlOCK

BROS. 'In meat and
;;OrE grain Raven ploaie r
the taste of Mr Rat
the net-nugget*
I else make handy y JOHNSON'SAPPLIANCE
I carry-hem favors I*
CLASS eradicate the onrir,*
JIM VAUGHN. Mgr. h rot family bock et tKo

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270 Avenue B, N.W. 293.1706 ,

Route 19 & 92 Lake Alfred, Fla.P0ge .

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K" October 18. 1964 Page Thirteen

I Municipal Court Docket d 4 d BAKGAIN/, r

Kenneth Earl Alcorn speed- era license'. nolle pressed Robert Lee Perkins careless ''"
forfeited $15 bond Gerald Leslie DUIard apeed driving and failing to appear. CCENr Today, the av.roge family spends ONLY t9c for food, out of each afteMax
Rubin E. Anderson no driv leg forfeited $15 11cIM. on summons SIO fine P dollar, according to Government figures. 15 yeors ago, food took 26 out of
license, nolle pressed Emma uooei Uorr. ipeedtng, Richard Henry Pipes, "loIat.I. each dollar.Pla.
rover Stevenson Balfour, $15 fine log Ord. 586, forfeited $11.TS
edmg forfeited $15 bond. Jimmie Marion rydate.. no bond r
osa Lillian Barnes, speed driven license and running James A. Price improper *
forfeited $15 bond.is atop sign, failed to appear muffler, forfeited $15 bond
Strickland Black failing Waymon Durrence ............ Charles' Perry Pyle. speed
Held right of way forfeited $15 fine lag nolle pressed ONLY 19"
rid.srY Isaac Eni* drunk forfeited Bennie F Reeves, improper
Louise Blackshear. $35 bond. passing and speeding' forfeited
ding. forfeited $15 bond. Robert Edward F..|te. speeding MS bond
|ther Perry Blanton, Jr. forfeited $15 bond Earnest Lamar Reynolds
img. forfeited $15 bond Robert Stanley Gartinger. disobeying stop sign forfeited '
arles Milton Blodgett via speeding forfeited $15 bond. $10 bond Food-IsA-Bargain Game
one.way street none Richard Gaffney. running Walter Ray Rucker, improper
tossedlsjac. slop sign, forfeited $10 bond lane Usage and speeding, for.
| Sam Bowers running Frankie Clayton Gary vtolat felted $25 bond.Richard .
I fight, $10 fine ing oneway street fiitad to Shipp agravated
obn Edward Boyd drunk appear assault, transferred to county G
TJrfejted $25 bond Judith Agnes Geiger running James Reba Slaton no drivers 0FXCELLE
JIenry Albert Brlnkopf violat- stop sign, failed to appear license failed to appear. 734 Cosh Prizes !
,,;one.way street forfeited $10bond Mitchell Glinn disobeying Dale Hugh Smith speeding, biers Effective October 19 Tkra 21 <
] stop sign, forfeited $U bond. forfeited $15 bond
{Charles i H Carpenter Improper James Nolan Greene Jr. Robert Kenneth Smith, speed Winter Haven Stores Only .; klaWrarroMdranvr+ +rplllaMleMl t
parking, forfeited $2 violating Ord 596 forfeited Ing forfeited $15 bond
bond. $1175 Roosevelt Charles Stallings 820 THIRD STREET. S.W.
,Jtharles Edward Carroll Robert Lee Griffin, resisting speeding forfeited $15 bond. COME-IN
reaking and entering auto arrest!, driving without license David Aaron Stanley, Improper '
'Un. and petit larceny transferred and extreme reckless driving, parking forfeited $2 bond. .r YOUR ONLY 19" CARD
to county. forfeited $125 in bonds. David Walter Strulhers 150 1 FOURTH STREET, N.W. tGET AT KWIK CHEK
WDbur Chester Carruth im Edna Louise Hall speeding grand larceny transferred to
per muffler, nolle pressed $15 fine. county Right RtienreJ To !
QiMtfty (Nothing Buy )
barles Glen Cheshire speed Gwendolyn Watford Ilallman Franklin Hester Summerville,
Kg 1 forfeited $15 bond. faulty equipment nolle pressed failing to yield right of way, s.a smsr mss wsaw .w.ry .aw ..waxuasur
yick Louis Christy improper Isiah Hamilton, no drivers $10 fine
pkrking, forfeited $2 bond. license, failed to appear Joseph Thomas reckless driving Shenandoah Brand Quick Frozen Grade "A" GameCornish
I Lloyd C Collins, careless Jackie Hamrlck running red $SO fine.Everett .
Driving, foreited $15 bond. light failed to appear Leo Vinwn '
Improperturn I 1'/z Ib.
Willie James Cook careless Ethel Palmer Harris, speeding failed to
d clog $25 fine forfeited $15 bond. appear
Constance Bernadme
Rens Avg.EAN. S9ci
_William Rubin Copeland W M Harvey. violating speeding forfeited $15 bond.
596. $3 fineAlfred
[affray, 15 days suspended sen Francis Helser speed. Billy Murry Walker runningred
t ence. light forfeited $10 fine
Crlttenden! ing. $10 fine.u.mon .
.s'orle Roberson Dorli Killen Walling, speedIng
forfeited $10 Henry improper exhaust ,
punning stop sign $15 fine "
[bond nolle prossed. Jesse Wesley bitfield, following Eft MEATY
Frank Davis violating one. Floyd Hewing, no drivers too close $15 fine
bay street forfeited $10 bond. license failed to appear Clarence Whitten careless Chops r.79c t
Thomas Hill. drivers
Kirby no
George A Davis, violating driving, forfeited $25 bond. ,,
license nolle prossed ,
forfeited $10
street Charles L. Wilkes Jr. \iolst
|one-way '
William Earl Hill speeding W-D BRAND LEAN fRESHGround .
land ing Ord. 596 $1 50 fine
_Jerald Armetta Dewdney, forfeited $15 bond. Lonnie C Wilkes, failing to rk
Isobeying traffic light, forfeit- Herbert Eugene Horton, yield right of way not guilty. Beef 3 nu Pak $139 ,
speeding forfeited $15 bond
Fed $10 bond Donald Joseph "Williams
Darrell Hurst drivers ,.
drivNEEDED no pz 4Y
ICra: F. Dicks Improper speeding forfeited $15 bond.
license nolle pressed
James B. Williams petit

I.I I. ping Margaret stop sign Barr$10 Johnson fine run. and larceny auto, breaking theft transferred and entering to BARGAIN HUNTER SPECIALS, t M } <

Fred Lyman Jordan, careless
I driving forfeited $:!5 bond.R'illiam county.
Mathew Kelly speeding Joe Womack no drivers lie SAVE 4< ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT
erase, nolle pressed
forfeited $15 bond.
Gus Paul Zifers, Improper '
I Roy Dan Ketchum speeding muffler nolle pressed Tissue. 9
II $10 fine. Jerry Dean Martin, carrying
Larry Frank Kmtner speeding weapon 10 day suspended sentence .
II I $15 fine. and confiscation SAVE I0 DELORES .
Thomas Wight Lewellen. Kenneth Henderson, drunk
I speeding, forfeited $15 bond. 10 day suspended sentenceMarion TC '
Jack Locklear no drivers Lee Payne drunk, Salmon. unit ;: 19'SAVE
I licence failed to appear. transferred to countyMedical .
Philip Halph I Lombard!
-- '
I pI speeding, forfeited $15 bond. 7c LAUREL 70 RUBBINO
"Leo E Love drunk, forfeited "
It '
I $25 bond Unit Alcohol 10*
Dozier McCloud. Improper -. _
I drivers license forfeited Sri .
I Cleo David Marsh, speeding NamesWinder
forfeited $25 bond. 24 ei.
I Myrna Fowler Miles no driv Juice l.ttleLimit
Richard C. Winder of 109
I ers license. 10 day luspendl'dscntl'nce. Ave. E, NE, Winter Haven,Fla, On*
has been appointed a medical
I Mack Monk, no drivers lie ervlce representative by J. D. s
ence, failed to appear Roerlg and Co., a pharmaceutl. ilKERf iPEGlAtS
I David Monroe no drivers cat division of Chas Pour *
license forfeited $25 bond. Co Inc.
I Patricia Mae Moody expired He will represent the company DIXIE DARUNtt fiAOWM "N SERVE
In calling on physicians, ilea
drivers license, poll prosned
i Maureen, McCabe Moran, vk. tilts membera, pharmacists of the health and profeo.lions other. Seeded Rolls 12 PM Pi,. 19c -

lazing one way street In Winter Haven DIXIE DARLING EXTRA
Charles Edwin O'Rlley. im
Ho graduated from Florida
proper bond. exhaust forfeited/ $10 Southern College In 1964 with a Angel Food Cake 12 eaPb,. 35c I a"M ('."., aAwMrw'
B, S, degree in biology During t
Marlon Payne drunk 10 days DIXIE DARUNO
his college career he also wu Plcnkl f" f149
suspended sentence employed aa chief night X.ray
Theodore M. Payne running technician at Winter Haven Ho*, Bar-B-Que Bread 2 io. .im.s 29c c..r.Y.aarA.o.st I
I red light forfeited $10 bond pltal He and his wife, Judith = c. Nr wiwrt mxir awnr rNrxsi
Ellis Randall Pearce, drunk Ann, have a son, Steven Nell __ ___ _
,>L '" ,,1
i I DROPS forfeited $25 bond. I J I
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I I eI e. Oats Oil


,. o MOTHER NATURE ... r ; 2 25' i I U eati 19cu.It g & $1] 00 :I 1

i f Limit T.. Your' bases ltre Wkf SJ M Mil"e Order CUdiM, Tirtuy or IM
provides enough water every year but tile
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needs Kelp during: dry weather with the
distribution of this water ee ee r

Irrigation it the solution. e Cooked Fish + .- f FRESH PRODUCE

THIS IS MAN'S PROBLEM. i iJ U.u.. 49' .

:: I .Win CRIS' RIO ROMIApples

J Under Irrigation Systems cMrve;. water wh re, (

e GREEN GIANT. FROZEN MIXEDVegetables a" "" '
and: when it's needed. Under emtemengineers 2 to 29rMOWUR

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9 each individual grove ''

Good engineering produce "'9i1.d.9.' Miael Vest. WHm

e Cera, PMS, 3 l

I letting lyst n1. Only the fmeet, erRasaa ,99c Potatoes 5 29 i ,

most dependable components ere ued.i ..
al I IMFtRIAlMargarine
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Sequa-Matlc Valves From F.M.C. CORP. '\' Avocados 4 let 9 9( ;

Turbine Pumps Made by WESTERN LAND-ROLLER .. 39E7oL'

Solid Set Irrigation Using SEDCO PVC

Aluminum Pipe Mad. by WEBSTER-UNDER 'R/ EXTR .I EXTR,
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; Expert Is Designing Unusual Florida Citrus Showcase Exhibits I

\ ,'. :''IIi./fJl/'h.1.! I :: \k'l.' ':i 'J'1'.i: '
Museum ":.MJ \" '
Being .f {1 ", ,
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ReDesignedFor ,15I '

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OpeningWinter 4' '1fi y


Haven't crane test!. : I ; s 1
val goes Into its 42nd year In 1 lif' :, :
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1065 with the dawning of a new ..." : : I. '. '; '
: /"'"... ..
an unparalleled era. ,,.'
; .
Long since outgrown Its pure. ::
ly local tinge, It will open on :t'i.) ... .. l..i..II.f: ,
next March 13 as the Florida :
Citrus Showcase In a vast new .. .
concrete domed exhibition build. .. .. ,."
log set In an orange grove at the 1":
south edge of the city .: : .
The $200,000 building, first of ': :p'
several that will eventually makeup -
i, the Showcase, Is under con. "I'E"r-\ ; : ': t -
structlon now and will be com. :
pleted In time for the show next :
spring, Its vast exhibit floor- 1 .. "
;; ',
170 feet In diameter-being one .;.1.:::.;:.'.. \..:"\f:':" ... .,,',...... fr ... : ."', '',
of the largest In Florida and Its ." ,I'. '''''W':''' !/ ', \ '
concrete domed construction ".\ ),.,t,:<.M'\iI\;:VIII: '.; >j'I>!-Lli 1<< II'.," \ FLORIDA CITRUS SHOWCASE TO BE READY FOR OPENING IN MARCH

unique In the state.The .:...t 1 ,: :,",1";!\:)'::(1'I. ; .. .. .... .. ... ....., : '. ; ,,llI"'lL'\ '!," .'"' .,. Huge Domed Building Starts New Era in Winter Haven't 42-Year.Old Festival' I
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I Showcase cite is 18 acres :. Ti. ( '': ...
f .
fronting on the south side of i : <,, .., : : ::.-JIfII7'or ,.., "".

i Cypress plenty of Gardens space Is Road available, where for
the midway and parking when live It up If he already does
the annual week.long event Is .,:; : smoke, don't smoke yourself, 1 Gold-Water *
k the U.S. Children's Bureau *
beginning with the first ports In booklet
a new "Your *
Showcase, this traditional week Harry Trout, left, Discusses Old Citrus Equipment with Showcase Aid Teenage Children and Smoking." 124 W. Central Ave *
will not end Its activities, for r'Il ** ** *
plans are being drawn for year .
I round operation .o In demand for special work In Trout has designed exhibitsfor $60,000 and Included real water. ,
The Florida Citrus Museum that field,where he Is recognized events all over the United falls, glass birds and a lot of Our
will open In the building coincident as one of the world's best States, Including three world's other exotic furniture and fix. Specials .
with the March Showcase.As For Instance, he designed all fairs-Including the 1939 New tures.
a first step toward the new 14 bathrooms In the White House York and Chicago ones. Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
era for the Showcase and mu. when It was rebuilt on ordersof One of his unusual assign
t scum, Harry K. Trout of Lake President Harry Truman In ments was to design bedspread
land has been named design con.sultant 1949.52. at the request of Mrs. R. B. League
f for the entire project. By way of a change of pace, Mellon of Pittsburgh, sister.In. SHORT
. Trout has been for three de. though In the same field, Trout law Secretary of the Treasury
cades a recognized master in designed all the baths for the palaces Andrew Mellon The bedspreadwas
the design Held of the late King Ibn Saud for President Calvin Coo. Plans MeetingsFor 5 GARMENTS
I' For 30 years until Ms retire of Saudi Arabia right after World lidge's bed when he stayed over
ment In 19S7 he was chief de. War II, a project of no mean night for one night at the Mel.
signer and art director of Amer. proportions because there were Ions'. The design cost $1,000, The MonthThe
Ican Radiator and Standard Sanitary 14 palaces-some 45 to 50 bath. "which would have kept Cal
Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa. In rooms (Trout Is not sure to the sleepless if he'd known, Trout
this company,better known to the exact number) and he had to pick says.
public as American Standard, colors and designs that would Trout was called upon to de. October discussion
largest manufacturers In the please Ibn Saud's 130 wives. As sign the background for many groups of the League of Women I S
world of plumbing and heating far as he knows, they liked them parties given by Pittsburgh's Voters of PolkCountyhav.been 99
equipment, Trout directed the fine he never got any com. wealthy, He recalled one for a announced by the president,
design of equipment and was al. plaints. girl's coming out party that cost Mrs James L. Yount
They are as follows Monday,
Oct. 19, at 10 a.m. at the home
of Mrs O. D. Eger, 2224 Woodbine
Ave., Lakeland; Tuesday,
Oct. 20, at 10 a.m. at the new
American National! Bank,Southeast PLAIN
Plaza, Winter Haven; and
Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m. PLEASE
at the home of Mrs. R. B. Wol-
ter, 904 Ave. M, SE, Winter

MUSIC CENTERTWO Haven.Members may attend any of
the three discussion meetings, NOW ATTWO
all of which will be concernedwith
the League of Women Vot- -
ers' state program for the coming
two years;The Florida Legislature TROUT CONSULTANT FOR SHOWCASE TOO
LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! Structure, Procedur- He and Colllni Dlieuti Model
ers, Powers; consideration of
the operation of the Legislature,

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Ph. 293.1284 Ph. 293.3980 Under the chairmanship of .: '.
Mrs. Robert Crlchlow of Lake {
OPEN MOM. Win. Fill.' TILL I P.M. OPEN TILL I:30 P.M. land, discussions will Include '

qualifications for candidacy, ,. r
procedure for filing to run for I
the legislature, length of termsof
office of legislators, length
., ,. ." I and frequency of legislative 1
sessions and compensation of

_. .. legislators
Mrs Yount has also announced LONG
the League's plans for ob.
AI0 servance of United Nations Day, 5
Oct 24, with a meeting that GARMENTS
RECORDS evening at the meeting room of
the First Federal Savings and
Loan Association at Searstown,
_.____________ Lakeland, Further details will =
i be announced later R 1"I'd 9.Z9 : 0of
0 ,)
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State Florida Farm insurance rational office Com.of \ \

panles is going Into its third r- -....
and growing with the ..........-. .
year apace ............: .
slate and the community ::
Mora than 300 .employes ...... -
mounting total In policies In -...--
force, an ever Incraaaiflf flow -.. --......
of business from ita scents in 1>- "' .....
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the field in central and south 'f. ..._ --..........
Florida, and the prospect of even ( ._
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greater totals aa the state con. ..
Unufs Its phenomenal expansion .-----l-: = ;: -:. '
-all thaaa spell good economic jj.-j. -
news for Winter Haven.

State Farm moved here In et
fi Mr
Key personnel came with the r
equipment and now all employesare
4 Polk County citizens Manyof
the staff were hired from the
local labor pool.

It'. estimated the employes
have invested more than $1,.
000,000 In homes In the 1m.
mediate Winter Haven area. 11 1
However, a small number
commute from their homes in
PHOSPHATE MUSEUM Pre-historIc gtant In three dimensions! ere on Lake Wales, Lakeland and THIS IS THE BIG ROOM AT STATE FARM INSURANCE
display at the Phoiphate Museum In Bartow. The bone of thaia craaturai plus Haines City, as well as Inter. The Florida Regional Office Processes Policies Hare

I remains of numeroui ta< animals ara found In the vest phosphate deposits of mediate points.
central Florida. Although processing the huge while the "field" payroll ex. of 45 to launch a new business OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
number of policies Is the primary peeled to near the $3,250,000mark. career.
function of the organ!, .
Today his company Insures
cation, the management has An Idea sparked to life about millions of automobiles and its HAVEN DALE
Street-Highway not lost sight of the need for 40 in the mind of
years ago life and fire affiliates are both PAINT BODY SHOP & GARAGE
extra-curricular activities of
an Illinois farmer has thus bios Important factors In their field.
Construction employee somed into the world's largest 34th St. at Havendale, N.W.
They have their own bowling automobile Insurance company. Phone 293-1697
Keeping PaceStreet league, their own golfing club. The founder of the firm was
Badf atkrtUR1 They organized the Employes George J. Mecharle, who re. SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN ALL WORK GUARANTEED
and highway construe Activities Association tired from farming at the age
tlon In the Winter Haven area That group sees to it that ,
Is keeping pace with a growing a variety of events are on tap
city, thanks largely to some virtually around the calendar.
far -sighted local citizens and There're dances, parties, style
the present county commission. shows, special bus trips to foot.
Work on Lucerne Park Road, ball games. REPLACE OLDBUilDER'S
which connects Winter Haven To keep everyone posted on
with Haines City In the northeast such activities, the firm printsthe BERRY
corner of the county, was Sunlander, a periodic public .
started this summer. atlon put together by em.
This Important highway will ployes. This news sheet Is point,
Kitchen Cabinet
be straightened and widened, ed at "ln-office" personnel. SUPPLY ) Tops
HOME OWNED and OPERATED by and will be four-laned inside Another publication, aimed
Tommy Smith & Don Melton the city limits.A more for the employes "In the
four mile stretch of U. S. field", Is called Tropic Topicsand \
17 from Lake Alfred to Winter lets the worker know of INCORPORATEDWITH
HOURSi 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY Haven was four-laned this past the company's policies, goals A
FRIDAY TILL I P.M. year. A beautification projecton and news of general Interest. i
this road has been set the office
OPEN ANY TIMI IY APPOINTMENT responsible State Farm up !
for the planting of palm as a general clearing house for
trees leading Into the city. Central and Southern Florida.
Complete Home Furnishings There are two other major The building alone cost $1,078,.
projects now on the top of the 000 and the equipment another IORMIC&' POSTFORM TOP I
Styled Right Built Right Priced Right county's priority lists. These $198,000. It has 81,048 square :
Treat Yon art Cypress Gardens PalmwaySR feet of space and was built by ronroohd O/ole
Badcock Will
Right ( 540)), and First St. C. A. Flelland, Inc., of Tampa.
"YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD" Cypress Gardens Palmwaywill Actual construction started M No sharp corners.
be four-laned from U. S.17 Jan. 8, 1962, and Just short of .
to the edge of town. This will nine months later the companywas 4% Safer easier to
PHONE be a dispersement highway to In business. +' 'iI clean
make It convenient for local The building houses the work
293-730,6 motorists to use the road without for three companies connected One piece top up
!, any Interference from with Stat Farm State Farm
to 12ft, long
through traffic Mutual Automobile Insurance
First St. will from the State Farm Life Insurance
run Company, to
4 Miles South HighVay 17 Many patterns
Lucerne Park road to Cypress Company and State
Gardens Palmway paralleling Farm Fire *. Casualty Company select from.
at Eagle Lake U. S. 17. The purpose of It Is The payroll for office help Is
to take some of the heavy traf- expected to reach nearly $2,. COME IN AND SEE
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Page Seventeen
Y. October 18 ,1964 l.-\ ;NllR HAVLN.! t ..0f' A.

Federal Grand

Jury Indicts lt.h

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Six In
GeorgiaBy I, .ee eeeea eeleca e e a e e ee e a e e e e e e e a e e e e e e e e e e e e ace

I I II Loon Meaty Smell Po-
United Press International
A federal grand jury Friday I oI

Indicted sis Georgia Ku Klux SPARERIBS
Klansmen on charges of Intlml. I aril >FJt .
daUon and violence against Negroes. ,
t +t
Four of the men were the l l
same ones arrested by the FBI ,
during Its Investigation last 1 !!!1''
summer of the shotgun murder 114 1; ; ,1,
:" of Lemuel Penn a prominent

Washington, D.C., Negro educator ,,,/
who was killed July 11 while r ,';; ,
riding along a north Georgia ,
road. 45 C

P FBI agents at Athens Ga., Lb.
arrested three of the Klansmen
Friday. Two others were free
on $25,000 bonds they posted .:?f i ;f.PI
earlier and the sixth Klansman,
James S. Lackey Is being held WES'TERN STEER
in Jail awaiting trial on f : RIGHT" QUAUTY -
of Penn. "SUPER
charges murdering SPECIAl
I: a
Two of the Klansmen Indicted

Friday-Hebert Guest, 37, a ga. .
rage operator, and Joseph How. BEEF
ard Sims-were tried by a state '
court In Danlelsvllle Ga., and
acquitted on Sept. 4 of charges I
that they murdered Penn.A .
confession by Lackey im.
pllcatlng the two men was introduced
Into evidence at the
trial, but he later repudiatedthe
confession a liVER

The other two indicted were

Willis Phillips 24, a mechanic I
who worked In Guest's garage,
and George Hampton Turner, /
32, a textile mill worker who
lives In Hull, Ga.
The six were charged with SLICED CLBejee
conspiring to oppress Injure,
threaten and Intimidate Ne 29

groes. 'r
"It was part of the plan and
purpose of the conspiracy" the
Indictment said, "that Its obJects I
.:. ;wt: .
> r .
be achieved by shoot. 1."t.JU : ".- :
ing Negroes beating Ne. P rl ;.,<, "

groes killing Negroes ; : _.
damaging and destroying prop. ,


In addition Guest also was
charged with violating the fed.
eral Firearms Act. 2 LB. 79CSPECIALI
Conviction of the first offense PKG.OT. .
could carry a penalty of up to
10 years In prison and $3,000 4",
fine -. _

Phillips and Turner were ar. Cc. )f I, 'I i uto 'Uir-ni.'h: Puts SULTANA
Tampa: Cull Less Than
reigned Friday before U.S. SARASOTA'S LIDO EACH I ON- OF MANY CN JVL7 C7JL .1 I
Commissioner Glralrd Hawkinsand PLEASANT DRIV- AWAY

held on $10,000 bond each. MAYONNAISE
Guest had posted $25,000 bond JAR 39C

tog earlier an additional but was$1,000 jailed bond await on, Railroads May Stage ComebackHard

the firearms charge

NEW YORK (UPI-WI11 the years-expected to total $1.4 the vice president ol the As o. *ei vli v Innovations, and said it
IMPROPER: TAKEOFF melodious call of the fast passenger billion In 1964, and. perhaps top elation of American Railroads, was not twyonil, reason that the
LYNCHBURG Va (UPI)- train again become billion dollars in 1905 for the
a a
told a meeting of passenger passenger train could l oaks a
List Duran billed her act at I familiar sound throughout the third straight year have large traffic officers and ticket .agentsIn comeback but "only If an end 4 3.OZPKGS 99C.H
supper club here as one of land? ly gone into freight equipment. Colorado late last month is put to present government XEL .
those classy take-offs on stage It seems unlikely but there Railroad balance sheets, and that the nation "will never get policy 1 qu1t1..."
dancer. are signs that It might have the performance of railroad the ultimate In passenger train .
Campbell County Sheriff I room for a comeback In some stocks, indicate that customers service unless It places all com. vt / :-
Homer Rlddleberger viewed it areas; and leading railroadmen and Investors have found this merclal carriers on an equal JANE PARKER tr"ifs"
as a simple take-off-clothes, have said recently they sort of spending good cost and tax basts and (hereby r '
that Is.The are perfectly willing to give it Recently there have been ap. lets them compete on lair and .i-, .
sheriff closed the club a chance provided they get peals and efforts to lure back realistic terms both with each '
Friday night calling Mist Dur public support. the passenger. other and with the private car."
an's act "illegal\ and unwhole- The bulging equipment ex. He said tMs would mean an The ,
Borrowing a from theairlines 1
some." pendltures of the past few page end to "wasteful government ,
book, the BalUmor.andOhio
,I has anMMmcad It will spemttag programs for fir road
& .
and watts andcoordl.nation
THE MOSTBEAUTIFUL equip some of its Mglvclasipsssenger of Investment planningIn Citrus. ? j
train. for the show.
a centralized federal office.atees
Ing of transit movies.This said the M.odd U.S .. !
HOMES may help belt It Is not lines furnishing passenger serv. .4
likely to prove a long-range I
lee out doairwcwi
are trimming
panacea. of "__ and hopelessly los. Man's JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED PINEAPPLE
INWINTER The travelling\ public eon.sclous
ing trains" sad concentratingon '
of the scores of passenger routes with "..lI1n.

HAVENHAVE trains the limbo which of have abandoned vanishedInto lac" prom. PIES I 390I
"The railroads want to make
time tables, may well be skeptical Printer
of comeback of the those mainline trains truly at. : I Mb., l-Oi. Each
any :
tractive, with the beet staff, \
"flyer" on a large scale. ,
hop thoroughly clean run at
Railroad man say It hasn't high speed' on dependable ached SUNNYFIELD PLAIN OR SELFRISINGFLOUR
the railroads which
seen des, and offering" whatever elseIt .
doned the It's the public .
public; .
tabes to make travel by traina .
that left the railroads In the .
genuine delight he said.
lurch to nock: to the highway Railroads, he said "want to 539C 1; 1
ME RICO and l to the airlines. Any attempt provide passenger service t; :
at a comeback, the wherever there Is the possibility [(: .. I
argue, even In croN..1II l li : ,
of STEEL i oil,"r >\lli.ui, areas where hlch. :- .
least without unbearable losses.H 'i6''J' .
tAj nafflr joys may si"* the lines' full.coM passes ',:Y. .. BRIGHT SAIL GLASSBLEACH
ta < I I I.?. rj.1 l, must I fie pre : 4C '
tier deficit last year amounted .(jJ. .
C iiivcnimenul action ..
to U99 million. Even
I J .., s Sites, assistant to I tip Avoidable costs' Owl though.._ ,,,,. GAL.39C

1 1I I he ended by eilminatia all .\00...."", .
passenger service C..Ieea.
FENCEs To Fit? these. tosses are real and ... .. .
nil old> I rannot be J Icwred. Nor
I ran most railroads go en sbeor. from aWW teM* '.\ ,
Wear A Unit passenger loses I* their .
freight charges In view Of stiff .'
1ir ,
c ompHHiMi from trafca,bargeeand ; vi, RIPE
AAAA (Quad) bode _. MrAawe. ,..0 t
s 3
Me point AAA (Triple) in railroads' overall tr... J(t, M a

n< figure through tr".M mtTomatoes .V'e.,, ..ro'.t BANANAS us.

See Our Complete ripen beat in I l. / < ... FOR

Selection of Mature from M to M degrset.WsMrlns > .e' '. : ry4oaG .
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to cool tomato ptanU "'", r.' J.- ., I
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: .- T war.Ai i .wr MW State Farm Insurance Co. Employs Over 300The

Florida regional office of
State Farm Insurance Com.
panics Is going into Its third
year and growing apace with the
Ii-J stale and the community. \

: More than 300 employes,
__ mounting totals In policies In r'r -
force, an ever Increasing. flow --
of business from its agents in ...........
the field in central and south -- -
Florida, and tbeprospectofeven t --............-. -........ -- -
greater totals as the state con. -....- '-'---___ --_ _
Un ups its phenomenal expansion ":
r _
-all these spell good economic ---j- i .-. -
news for Winter Haven.

4u State Farm moved here In .
196%. Y 0

1 I Key personnel came with the .
equipment and now all employes
are Polk County citizens Many .
of the staff were hired from the
local labor pool. "

JI'. estimated the employes "
have Invested more than $1,. : ".
000,000 In homes In the Immediate ,
: ,
Winter Haven area.However ,
a :r ,
commute !from their ho'n: in
MUSEUM Pre-hisleric gienti In three dmenoni! are en Lake Wales, Lakeland and THIS IS THE BIG ROOM AT STATE FARM INSURANCE
display .t the Phosphate Museum In Bartow. The bones of these ereaturei plus Haines City, ai well as Inter. The Florida Regional Office Processes Policies Here
I remains of numerous tee animals are found tn the vast phosphate depottti of mediate points
central Florida Although processing the huge while the "field" payroll Is ex. of 45 to launch a new bust. OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
number of
policies is the
peeled to near the $3,200,000 ness career. I
function of the organ!, mark.
Today his Insures
Ration, the management has An idea sparked to life about millions of automobiles company and Its HAVENDALE
Slreel-Highway not lost sight of the need for
40 years ago In the mind of life and fire affiliates are both PAINT BODY SHOP & GARAGE
extra-curricular activities of
Construction an Illinois farmer has thus bios Important factors in their field.
employes. corned Into the world's largest 34th St. at Havendole. N.YV.
They have their own bowling automobile Insurance
company. Phone 293.1697
Keeping Pace league, their own golfing club. The founder of the firm was

cu ;ockhURl Street and highway construc- They Activities organized Association the Employes George from J. Mecharle farming at, who the age retired SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN ALL WORK GUARANTEED

tlon In the Winter Haven area That group fees to it thata
is keeping pace with a growing variety of events are on tap
city, thanks largely to ,some virtually around the calendar.
far -lighted local citizens and There're dances, parties, style
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United Press InternationalA r ,r ,. I "Super-Right" Lean, Meaty, Small Pork
federal grand jury Fri lay : t'r
indicted six Georcla Ku Klux i if
Klansmen on charge of liitii',l.datlon SPARERIBS
and violence against Negroes .

Four of the men were the
same ones arrested by the FBI
during Us Investigation last
summer of the shotgun murder ..1';

-, of Lemuel Penn, a prominent tty hi
Washington, D.C., Negro educa.
tor who was killed July 11 while ,;
riding along a north Georgia r

road. III 45 C

FBI agents at Athens, Ca.,
arrested three of the Klansmen -- Lb.
Friday. Two others were freeon
$25,000 bonds they posted i ;r
earlier and the sixth Clansman,
James S. Lackey, Is being held STEER
In Jail awaiting trial on QUALITY WESTERN
charges of murdering Penn, SPECIAL! "SUHMUGHP

Two of the Klansmen Indicted

Friday-Hebert Guest, 37, a ga. ,
rage operator and Joseph How. BEEF
ard Sims-were tried by a state
court In Danlelsvllle, Ca, and t elnlrre
acquitted on Sept. 4 of chargesthat I
murdered Penn.A .
they !, .
4g h
confession by Lackey 1m. w ee t trya
pile at Ing the two men was Introduced .
Into evidence at the
trial, but he later repudiated
the confession 1 LIVERSLICED

The other two Indicted were
Willis Phillips, 24, a mechanicwho
worked In Guest's (garage
and George Hampton Turner ,
32, a textile mill worker who .
lives In Hull, Ca
The six were charged with
conspiring to oppress, Injure
groes threaten and Intimidate Ne. 2 9"

"It was part of the plan and ,\
purpose of the conspiracy," the to .
indictment said, "that Its obJects "
be achieved by shoot. '. 1 '
Ing Negroes beating Ne r ni! "' "
groes killing Negroes > "% 'L, .Ill
damaging and destroying prop.

r.y ..
In addition, Guest also was i
charged with violating the fed.

era! Firearms Act ..
2 *
Conviction of the first offense ,4
could carry a penalty of up to M t .
10 years !In prison and $5,000
fine.Phillips\ and Turner were ar. Cr.: >' I"t' redo SULTANA
I 'throurb
ralgned Friday before U,S. SARASOTA'S LIDO ELACH: E ON: OF MANY CN CULT CM A I I : I Tampa; Puts Gulf Less Than
Commissioner Giralrd Hawkinsand PLEASANT DRIV- AWAY

held on $10,000 bond each. vT.
Guest had posted $23,000: !bond MAYONNAISE JAR 39

Ing earlier an additional but was$1,000 Jailed bond await.on Railroads May Stage ComebackTHE

the firearms charge.
NEW YORK (UPI)-Will the years-expected to total $1.4 the vice president of the AalOOodation %erv|( e Innovation, and said It
IMPROPER TAKEOFF melodious call of the fast pas. billion In 1964, .i1l.1.I perhaps top ol American Railroads not
was beyond reason that the
LYNCHBURG, Va. (UPI- senger train again become a a billion dollars 196r for the
told a meeting of passenger passenger train could make a I lt,
Lisa Duran billed her act at a familiar the third ,
sound throughout straight y.ar-bave large
traffic officers and ticket agentsIn comeback but "only if an end MIXES 4 OZPKGS. 99CH
supper club here at one of land? ly gone into freight equipment. Colorado late last month Is put to present government I
those classy take-offs on stage It seems unlikely, but there Railroad balance .'-ts. and that the nation "will never get policy Inequities .
dancers. are signs that it might have the performance of railroad the ultimate In passenger train ,
Campbell County Sheriff I room for a comeback in some storks, Indicate that customersand service unless It places all com '. /: .
Homer Riddleberger viewed It areas; and leading railroadmen Investors have found this merclal carriers on an equal .",' j" v JANE ..
as a simple take-off-clothes. have said recently they sort of spending good cost and tax basis and thereby PARKER .
that II.The are perfectly willing to give it Recently, there have ben appeals lets them compete on fair and t
sheriff closed the club a chance provided they get and efforts to lure back realistic terms both with each

Friday night, calling Mist Dur public support, the passenger other and with the private car,"
an'l act "Illegal and unwholesome The bulging equipment ex. He said this would mean an ,4.The'Citrus ,
." pendltures of the past few Borrowing a page from the end to "wasteful government 1
airlines book, the Baltimore .
Ohio has announced It will and spending waist programs faculties"'and o. road. l ?
MOSTBEAUTIFUL equip some of Its Mfflwcluspassenger
nation of Investment
trains for the show.
In a centralized federal office. /
Ing of transit movies.This .
Sites said the 80 wit,I US ..
HOMES may help but it Is not .
lines furnishing passenger serv
likely to prove a long range .
ice are trimming out toaiwuo i
panacea of "mused and IIoptol.. I}' 101. Man'sPrinter JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED PINEAPPLE
INWINTER The travelling public, eon trains" !
Inc and concentratingon
sclous of the scores of psssen.
get trains which have vanishedinto .routes" with "genuine promIse .
HAVENHAVE the limbo of abandonedtime p IES 39C
"The railroads want to make I '
tables of any, may comeback well be of skeptical the"flyer" these mainline, with the trains meet truly staff attractive ., < : I lb?

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on a
.heyt thoroughly clean, run athigh
Railroad men say It hasn'toeea
speed on dependable ached
the railroads which aban.
.lea, and offering whatever elseIt ,. "
doned the public it's the public ::
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ME RICAN at a comeback the rail provide passenger serviceswherever ) ti'. .. <
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Devils Post 4th: Shutout,

J Romp Past: Manalee: 34-0 a z


: r To Keep Title Hopes AliveBy f J r,


News Chief Sports Editor

The Winter Haven Blue Devil football team began reconstruction of their Western

Conference title hopes Friday night at Memorial Stadium. They laid a sizeable cornerstone -
II IIr toward that end with i 34.0 victory over Manatee's Hurricanes and now take dead

aim on Hillsborough in I game to be played in Tampa next Friday.
The local's Friday win brought their season record to 4-1 overall and 3.1 in the con

firence It was also their

,1 fourth shutout this year. maining in the game Senior in the state football championship
.. The Big Blue came out of fullback Eddie Tuttle climaxed playoffs
a their gridiron starting blocks an 81 yard drive when The Devils 224 yards by

fast and scored after only 3:13: he shot off left tackle, cut land and 93 by air Is slight

had been played. The tally back to his right, and out- ly better than in the past In
was set up by senior defensive legged the Manatee secondaryon four prior games Winter Haven "i"

specialist Joe Sturgeis who a scoring play that covered has averaged 196 on the

recovered a Manatee fumbleon 30 yards Anderson recordedhis ground and 84 passing
the first play from scrimmage fourth extra point. Up until Manatee's 59 yard

y. Starting from the visi In the locals final scoring pass completion, they had collected -
----. ,----'-- -" -- --" -- "-- tor's 30 yard line, senior fullback drive, senior fullback Bill less than 100 yards total

OF FIVE Eddie Tuttle (32), one of Winter Haven's Jim Myen picked up Murrell picked up 34 yards offense. The Hurricanes FIRST OF FIVE Senior fullback Jim Myers (34) crashes Into the end lone for the first

I senior fullbacks, cuts down the right sidelines on a 30 yard five and then junior quarter Murrell more than made up reached Devil territory five of !five touchdowns Winter Haven scored against Manatee Friday night Senior !guard David
touchdown run In the fourth quarter. It was the Big Blue's fifth back Rick Anderson rifled an for a fumble earlier after Win times, the drives halted three Barton (78), to right of Myers, opened the hole. The Blue Devils romped past the Hurricanes
tally of the night and came with 20 seconds remaining In the game 18 yard pass to Junior split ter Haven defenseman George times on downs and once on 34-0 with Myers recording two touchdowns.

end George Davis that brought Miller Intercepted a Hurricane an interception. They reachedthe

the ball down to the seven pass one.foot line the 19, 20, 36,
Russian Track And Field yard line In two plays Myers Manatee's deepest penetration and 37 yard lines Johnny Keane

cracked through the center for came on the second to In contrast, The Blue Devils
the first of five touchdowns last play of the game as manyof scored five out of the six

The gaping hole was openedby the 8,000 fans began to times they marched into IIur
Failure Tokyo Mystery senior guards David Bar stream out of the stadium. ricane country. That one drive Set For Yankee

ton and Jim Alderman and Taking over on their 40 stalled on the Manatee 49 and
yard line, Manatee's junior the locals forced to
junior center Jim Duncan. were punt.
The at the Olympics so far Is
TOKYO (UP!) big question
whatever happened to the Russians In the track and field events? Anderson converted the extra quarterback Bob Bowling loft Four plays later they recovered Job
ed to end Mike Lively Managerial
With three full days of competition at National Stadium already point and the Devils were a pass one of the three fumbles
concluded, the Soviets combined men's and women's track and off and running that covered 59 yards. With and went on to score.

field team still Is looking for Its first gold medal. The Hurricanes did considerably one foot to go for and five seconds NEW YORK (UPI) -Johnny

Up to now, the Russians have better the second time remaining, a pass tell WolverinesEdge Keane, who came out ahead of
managed to collect only one sliver they got the ball. Returningthe short of the mark as the final Yogi Berra In the World Series,
and four bronze medals and nothing but Idle propaganda although kickoff 17 yards to their gun sounded. Haulers appeared today to be the most I It tl a grtat fasting to b* a new member

as one Japanese observer put Brumel who has Jumpedas own 37, they marched 44 yardsIn Sturgeis and senior defensive likely candidate to take his job and partner In the greet pro g....
It "we end Don Harrison domin as manager of the New York of Win Haven. Whit light ..:
most assuredly expected high s* 7 feet, 8 3/4 Inches 12 plays before they stalledon Friday night's contest be. +a a
I much more from them." was disappointing In the dual ated the statistics in the tackles Yankees. Southeast Plata Shopping Center! You
the Winter Haven 19. Bar. Wolverinesand
tween the Jewell
meet at Los Angeles last cum -made department althoughall The weird turnabout to a In dramatic A
i It penpective.
tea new
The two leading theories ton, a 205 pounder, put the the Haines City Rattlers strange season of baseball de.
mer even though he did win. members of the Winter Haven Panorema of born of dr.ami
about the Russian's track and progran
the Manatee ball
It can be argued the Sovietswer stop on car was nip and tuck throughout; veloped Friday when Berra was
defensive turned in
field team are: 1. It's getting never particularly strongIn rier on a fourth down and four unit the first three quarters of the fired as Yankee manager and of many brought to life In dad stone
old, and 2. It appears to lack either the 800 or 1,500 me situation fine performances ball game with both teams Johnny Keane handed In end glan You know now that curWinter
the old college spirit which ten but that still falls to ex Winter Haven's secondtouchdown The shutout was the fourthin showing outstanding defense his reglsnatlon as pilot of the Haven hei coma of age and U
characterized Soviet trackmenIn five games for the Blue St. Louis Cardinals. hinds with
plain their sub-par was also set up by holding an aver greater
away per strategy.
the past.Russian formances In the longer distance I recovered fumble this by Devils. They have yielded only The Wolverines offensive Yankee General Manager future of prov......
officials naturally six points this season that Ralph Houk said
to Davis after Dwayne Dees a successor to
now. a
up unit to life in the early
deny both allegations but the fact In 60 loss last Friday to came Berra
a would
After their drubbing by tile their be named within a and! .
punt Taking over on of the fourth It'i an aweiome Inspiring picture.Our
remains the1.. S. S. R. no remainedIn part quarter week.
Tampa Plant They He said
that threeor
U. S. In Los Angeles, the Russians 44 The Blue Devils himmert with beciuia
longer seems to be the International own covered contention for the loop when Phillip Ackerman, the four men were under consld. pull pride
track said wait until the Olympics the distance in 10 plays Winter Haven't and preient art
power In and field quarterback hit Tommy lewis eratlon put
that's what crown' and the Region 2 berth Including Keane and Al
events which It was In days they were The TO came on a halfback with a 44 yard touchdown Dark moulded together with the promlio of

gone by. really concentrating on, they pass from junior halfback '.' : .' ,., : However It in even greater future
claimed ": : <'$ : :X< ):: ::;:'x:: past was believed that
In Olympic competition here The Russians, of course,still Mike Page to senior Danker- On a fine kick deep Into theRattll'rI the Yankees already had start.
10 far, the Soviets were completely remain top threats In swimming back Ronnie Booth that went STATISTICS Manutea! H.Iluve.Flint territory the dtfen ed negotiations with Keane and Yet w* are proud to be I part of this
shut out In the men'lBOO and they're a cinch to make off for 13 yards It was Booth'atint boons hushing 4 13 sive unit dug in on the five that he was their first choice. proaren and w* at Wilton-Pipet ere
1.500 and 10,000 meters and marker for the season, Kim bows Panlng 1 1 Dark contacted In New Or.
with fistful of of
a medals In the First 1. Penalties 1 t yard line Bobby Lee Davis d.die.ted to th* men end boy
although they picked up a and the owns
Page's first of leans said he
gymnastic competition. But pass ItYd accredited with fine knows nothing
bronze medal in the women's they Total Flrat town 1 was a Winter Havan In offering th. leturelothet
don't seemMo be cutting the year. Uatned Ru.lunn M 38 about the possibility he will get
play, tackling a Rattler in the to meet ne.di end wlihei
javelin, their former world Yd. Lot M 14 your
The Devils suffered two 15 KuHhligi the Yankee post and added he
mustard cinder .
champion, Elvira Ozollna, finished crfjjhe! paths.HIIIUVH Net Yards Rushing 71 *4 end tone for a safety "has no comment at all" Our future it bright end w* salute 'ht.progreii ..
yard < naltes! in the drive but .
p IT 3UI'MMM .
Lung<< RunhlnK I'lay Robert King of the WolverInes
( !fifth In the event. .
Attempted U 14Piuiae The firing of Berra cam as
passes of 9, 19, and 18 yardsby *
One Russian spokesman even 1-Hi.P UfchlLTa: : Anderson drive Completed ( T was the leading ground a complete surprise, even to
was heard to confide that world kept the Ixmg Paln Play 58 30 gainer and Arthur Brown andGt'orllt' him. Houk made the
IpHprim I ri.nl alive Anderson's kick failed. Net Yards P aslnS IK IJ announce.
champion high jumper Valery Hlllik ,.... :h... "I.I. Woods deft .
III ( 1 the
... sparked ment at alled
Total Yd. Ruah-t' 167 34Paaatm a hastlly.c
11...... H.... II III...... Manatee's third fumble of press
Brumel has been looking less ........ "!. N. ,." MUM I Intr, By U 1 'naive unit with the most conference and admitted that
..,.. the led to Winter us.veil's Yard Returned Intr 0 6
than spectacular In his workouts tl KM* I evening
>.M B., 55. r.lnpll. II Number of Punt a I tackles and assists the lone-time Yankee hero did
that his timing Is off and Mylkrnr. Brpw.lPr IIl.k. third score Another detensive Avrr*.e Yd PunU 17.5 348Nn Next week the Wolverinesface not know he was out of a job
that John Thomas could springa r.rr.iyl W.I.I.M...ri.nl.. >.Chr t.lknlle* II specialist well knownto I'unti BliKkfd.. 0 0 the ever powerful Union' until that very morning. Berra
surprise by winning the gold MI.... .., PI.r..p. T.rl'r' wK Blue Devil followers Jim Yd Returned Puota 14 0
... ("..l. II. Illiknp ...r? S Yd. Keturn Klikoffe 57 U Academy from Bartow was at a golf course during the
medal In that event. lk.rl.ll. I' N..I., a III.I McAshan, pounced on the Fumbles 4 iFumbliK day and was not present at
r This could turn out to be *..>.... cur r.rk U.11 oeaii W.nrhil., a II loose ball at the Hurricane's Lo.l By 1 1Number the conference.
M..I. l>... M, I,... W.lr Tr.tl u( Punaltir a sYards
33 yard line After a pass Interference Berra who played In 2,116
rmllMd :X 7Brurr ,
t 5N.m.
M'.r. r> rtRCIIW: urn'NEW a.zr
Junior Golf Classes .. IIIT :i.P Mop I penalty moved the by quarter games over a 17-year period < [
..,. I, a iitoioulh Manate. 0- 0-0-0-- YORK (UPI! South 01 -
ball to the 20 Anderson hit with the Yankees, was given t 'I tS
K.mlrr in esn?Il.n .yMENJ
7-1I-7-T-34 ;
.... .,... Winter Haven I.arry Miller was purchased -
paw ,
Begin Al Lake Region > II l.II D.ri.ria...... 11 alp Sikiel IO.rr.l. senior halfback Gary McDan ScoringWH : another position In the organ). &AI 1J
from the Los Angeles
5L (,1... 11. Dm.nil. II lei all alone in the end lone --Myan 1 run (Andirwn cation as a "special field consultant" l $J
Junior classes ln..r>.,. I 0.... 41''., kick) Dodgers Friday by the New Pipes
age group I......q 19 ..|..,ik. I Anderson kicked the point after Wll-Booth II pea from Pa*" to Houk He was givena
will begin Thursday afternoon r.l.lk. II K..II....... IVenlra ikkk Culled) York Metwho in turn two-year contract at a salary Southeast Plat
at 5 o'clock Leo Mai- .......... n. 11C. the WII- MrVanlel 10 pM fromAnd."n sold outfieldei Dick Smith to believed well below his pay
the kickoff In
... Taking (Amlnraon kkk)
I the farm
lory, teaching pro at Lake Region I .k. 1,11':r.I'/n1.111.. t second half, Winter Haven WH-Myer 9 rim IAndrrsonSICk Dodger Spokane scale as manager, which was

Yacht and Country Club, (II.,...1....,....1.1,.Jr II.51A.,ro...I... ...., T moved the ball 70 yards In 11 Wll.TutM.) 10: run Andrrxn .club. . ...... ...,. In c the. $33,000. bracket. __.,____.. _... _"M _._ _.___ ..__.. ._____..
J announced yesterday. Ntirlk..k. H.rm Ml.inl 1,t.".5'ro".. .......... II I running plays for the touchdown kick)
The lessons will be held two M.nl.l. 11 "M. ,. Individual. Yardage nuxhi' UHTultl
Hl.h.p t
hun .... ri..rr...l Page Myers (HI, Pa.e M Mum 34
days a week Youngsters In. 51... Holll". M I .... I most of the toting with Myers Mv r* :29, hour :97 R.,a'd I
terested in the lessons should 15rk? I.h1.. H....... 5 Peacock 3. Anderson 1 M MaiInner
I.. It Mliml ".1... 1 going over from three yards ,
call the Lake Region pro shop. III.'. m a..,. "11..'.. I 17 PrMlrtckimn 14 Mull WORK SHOESMOST
11I1.... Itl., M. In"lk D... I out Barton opened the hole. If, Bowline 13 (Itn..l) Wit MiIVinlcl '.
CY 32989, or Mallory's residence ., W Booth 39 DAvl.
O.lll. r K yin> IS Anderson again added the ex 5rptvel:;
CY 3 2064. WIK..I I II..n ..,I.,* I IS, M-lively I It*, 15Malton
...... locals
AhUe n flk. tI tra point to give the a ** 13 Fradrlckunn IInDlvMiMl
Mallory is also available for ('irrniinil I : if,aI T.:Ili.,.15 II comfortable 27.0 lead. Pa .ln. WII Ami. r
lor 13 ISO Pun 16.1 I I i
adult lessons lie will be hert rinrul. Kin
11.11.,. Hllk A1.I, I.I: T.II.a.I kl.lpr.'a,. 1.." I The Blue Devils' final TD 1 (U yards) M-R-'.wllnK 6 to, i
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I Mechanical Monster Throws Bloodhounds Football Cards Browns Fry Beasley

Tokyo Olympics I Into FiascoTOKYO CHATTER CLUTCH "rNK? VAN / __,_._. Defeat Favored NFL Games Tennis Winners

(UPI)-A mechanic events In Nation tkadNm oe. O Lynn Fry completely domlnat.
monster known u IBM hu become ten sit tor 90 Sala ed tn
u long u United Press' International play eAduitTenalnCtllb'afinal
SoutheastBRADENTON nine Colt ("1) are a two. OIat
UM Frankenstein. of the utes or more without knowinf The St. Lout Cardinals andCI.1IIId choice ov.r the Grew Bay tournament of the *..uon.H. .
Olympic Games the time an event was run In, Brown Packers not only won the alngle title
Since this is the News-Chief Progress edition I fJ-l, almost .very.
IBM fairly popped Its electronic : whether a record was brokenor The Auburndafe bothered by the pressure of try. body'* pre-*.a.on title choice. hut teamed up with Charles Bens
buttons with the proud even who the winder was want to take time out to list some of the changes' Bloodhound cored lug to protect uivHf* (ad rec. ley to take the double crown.

pre-Olympic bout that It had sometimes made in the automotive world in the past year. In two taucMowM in the first ocd, are niMctd Sunday to For th. Packer, victualled In playing three separate
installed "the moat advanced Decldtaf to check It out per. quarter' and added two more rMwn. their det rmiMd dom by a missed e tr* point In a match Fry swept thiMRli: 3 to.
information network ever assembled" sonally. after watting netrly a Winter Haven we have a new auto dealer. Jaguar in UM fourth quarter they teatton of the National Football SI.M lou to Balttaor.earnerthis tal", W FORM while losing

for the Tokyo Games.It half hour for the results in one Cars of Winter Haven. They handle the Fiats a* well belted their to IT' .19 League' Eastern Division ..uon. a victory I* a vlr. only two to his opponent, He
further boasted that the of the 800.meter heats, we way a A week ago, the Brown and tual mut Another Meat would topped Ted Poltra (8-0) (6-0),
Jaguars. Land Rover vehicles
times of the nth.lets. as are now availablein win ov.e Southeast high .
competing Bob
phoned the IBM center, after Cardinal became the last two drop them two game betilnd Rltchey (8.1) (6 in
.. Their points and overall the first two persons who answered Winter Haven through the Polk Tractor Companyon School here Friday night team to be torpedoed from the the revitalised Colt, who have tile finale defeated Al Hays (1II 1 I

scores would be flashed on spe. laid they knew nothing Havendale Blvd. About 7,000 fins tat through unbeaten rank In the current com. up with an explosive running ;6 0)
I dally built scoreboards for the about the delay, a third one got the game which saw Southeast NFL campaign game to go with Johnny The two most Inter.sUnrmatebes
I benefit of spectators "within on the phone. In the put year Pinckney Oldsmobile constructednew : end Steve Summers catch The lossea, however, .1111 left Unlta superlative passing arm during the tournamentwere

i minutes" after each event."Not "We put out the times and facilities for their ahowroom and garage and three touchdown passes In a them tied for first place In the and art playing their beat ball Jim Wf win over deter

ours or day. later as in the results as quickly u humanly have moved in. losing cause.Richard Eastern Division with J-l-1 tea since the championship year of mined Mary McIver (2- ) (8.3)
ut." possible," the man said. We CMvin tallied first ord, and they both are wild half a decade ago. (e.1)) and Bob Rltchey' defeat
Minutes? You wouldn't want can not put out the results, On the state national and international scene for the Bloodhound on a IS favorites to strengthen their of Beasley by default after they

hold your breath that lone however, until we get them several events' worthy of not have occurred. Firstis yard run.'Colvin also ran the lead In Sunday' action. Another key Western Division had split set (10 8)) (3-6) with
For example, it took Brl.tain's the officials." game pit Chicago' defending Ritchey ahead
from in
the The Cardinals, playing before the third set
extra for
lengthening of Daytona point a ToO advan
gold medalist Ken Mat. A further check with several Continental race the horn talk for the first Urn. champion Bear (2.3)) againstth. (5.1)).
F thews one hour 29 minutes and to 2,000 Kilometers which makes it tage. Detroit Lion Both
track and field officials elicited the longest race this season, are a 10.point (1.1.1) Consistency and strong n t
34 seconds to walk 20,000 me. the information they were provold1ne run in the U.S. Mmute later, Auburndale choice over the last place team got off to a slow start play highlighted the Fry and
ters and it took IBM nearly the times and results to marched for another tally a* Washington Redskin this year, but each ha shown Beaslty victory over Poltra
that lone to post the fact MaU IBM u rapidly as they could. The U. S. is finally in the running for the Grand Jimmy Kersey dirked over their first game last, week won af. recent Indication It has jelled) and Rltchey In the double final

thews had won plus his time, Somehow, we got the Impression Touring category of sjwrts car racing with the Ford right tackle for nine yard ter four defeat In a row. Into winning atrlde. Chicago 1* (80) (8.4).

even though his winning mar. this was turning into anoth.er Cobra. In the past year the Cobra has really come and the touchdown. Quarterback Charley Johnson, a slim iVt point favorite -
gin was more than a full city typical case of buck-passing. Neither team could score In the ky man In St. Loul1 yunU
block. IBM wasn't taking the blame into its own and there is no longer an easy victory the lecond period, but Southeast ed passing attack, had a rough Nw In York other Giant game Sunday the Indians To Slay
(1.3-1)) are a
Now there is no attempt to and the officials Insisted it for the Ferrari GT
category cars. cut the 'Hound lead time in last Monday'. 47.2'?loss 64 point choice over the Phil.
knock IBM here. It undoubtedlyis wasn't their fault either. Also Ford has when they scored early in the to the Baltimore Colts but he CLEVELAND, Ohio !Upn
invested ,
one of those super.efficientlyrun much money in their Lola- adelphla Eagle (a.3); the Mln. The
Well is keeping the Cleveland Indians
someone should have board of
third period on a IS yard pas no trouble thread. 6U
nota Viking (2.3) art
organizations and any brok. spectators in the dark and it's Ford experiment and given time thee cars might from halfback! Tim Davis to log the Redskin secondary over the Pittsburgh Sleelers directors will not be moving the
er will tell you if s pretty good rather a shame considering all show their heels to the Ferrari The Drowns Tribe for at least
stock. prototype machines.In Summer, and on a IS yard caught off guard (3.2)), and the Loa Angeles one more

But u far as the Olympics the Japanese elaborate made preparations In an effort the to the past year the world land speed record has pass from quarterback Ken by the Pittsburgh SteeUrt last Ram (2.2.1)) are 3Vi over the year, but It appear thltthere'
week Vi
( more smoke
are an point pick over coming
Francisco 40rs .
go, IBM Is for the birds. conduct the finest Olympic fallen several times, the most recent just three days Fullerton to Summers Ronnie the Dallas COwboy. (1.1.1)). (1.3) from the teepee than meet, the
Spectators at track and field DcSear made good on one of
Games everCONCRETE when Breedlove Th. Cowboy 17.6 .ye.
ago Craig pushed his "Spirit of Amer the PAT attempts and sawed dropped a

ica" jet car to a two-way average of 526.26 MPH. the 'Hound lead to 14.IS. week decision to when Cleveland two 76ers Pistons
ago they were ,
I This is the first time anyone has exceeded 600 MPH The first Aubumdalo tally In forced to play without their %, JIARCY'J
land the fourth period was scored first.airing Don Open NBA YearBy :
on and he did it in spectacular style. Breedlove quarterback, (
by Kersey and Bill Sutton ran Meredith. Dallas' prospect are
BLOCKS flashed through the measured mile and when he popped the PAT to pad the lead to not much brighter this Urn, United Press International _

e MORTAR MIX his braking chute it tore off sending his car 2113 but that was cut again since Its big runner, Don Per. Hal Greer was the man In __ :.

SLUMP BLOCK into a skid that lasted eight miles. At the end of the when Summers scored on an. kin, will b* out of action. the spotlight In Friday night' W.
e PIERS other pas play In the Western Division, the opening action In the 196465 Buy
C DRY WLLL BLOCKS skid his car plopped into a small lake and sank. Steve Narramore clinched day' biggest game will be at National Basketball Association 511 ft

& COVUtSDt'ROVVALL: Breedlove was unhurt. the contest for the visitors' Baltimore where the front-run. Campaign t* .'frrndP Trade

e That's the way it goes in the auto world. Of course when he returned a pat interception Greer poured In 32 poInU on lee IIAtCY er

S PRE-CAST LINTELS there have been many other things happening during 20 yards for a 11 baskets and 10 free throw C. A. STIINI) |CAIN WI

FLUE BLOCKS the past twelve months but touchdown The try for point Keane To Rest to lead the Philadelphia Tilers to ,,_..II...., 1.1" LIOU" ci
DRAIN TILE a com failed
making the final score a 125-113 victory over the De I lit AVI. M. I.W. 2fl.tm
e STEEL DOOR FRAMES plete listSIMtHIM read 27-11.e..e..ee.e..e.e.eeee.e.ee.e..e.e. trolt Pistons, .... !tear M17t

e PATIO STONE After Quiting

r ST. LOUIS (UPI) Johnny lustrous Mollaire
wui n.n.i..n : BOWLING R J -- by
rOPINION6 e ANCHOR BOLTS ..1.ray ,. : Keane the man who led the St.
ARE LIKE: e SUPERIOR BRICK Louis Cardinals to baseball's Hart Schaffner & Marx
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1 .1CNEcuO14gARCAUICE DRIVEWAY MARKERS I\ world championship and then
'W HIT OWW 1 1 : turned In his reilgnatlon,
CJ planned to rest today at his r
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Plaster Sand ; BOWLING llAC.tr: UUV: ("AT I EAGLE M'"NftrT' : IFAOI Gt'nt'rilM'I .a r Joe L 1,4.
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DirectFrom .ml'OC'k Motor Lodp :18: 12 Rackley 8h.1I n 1Pa Uwna ... ftmrnti.., sTh lit would contact Ktan to offer
Mann Shat Natal 0.. n 23 WhN.hak 11' .ma.Watan .....Ct.1" INIIoift' him the tab of managing the of' mohair for crisp, frosty
l' ... 1Wenhtntan / III Bowl Oa.
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Orr. Marina M 10
h1uti. =: ?1 Offleto alneda' 1112C Quality Kkwtrtc: II 11KaUtryn time of his resignation, "I don't tllky softness and dacron that
Com 'In and form () L 11-.18 :533011M1.1. : w D.u 11 13 'a Hiup U U think I can do anything shout I

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CURED BLOCKS Inniranc* MR Wamirr Court rur. Huh Individual xrln lit..... rianacaJi. 117, Fern York S44lrna 89.95
STEAM linn MS rili M4, Polh TrltHte km Porn I Tlllman 4M. Rita AnlileytM at which Kesn officially tendered
High Individual ..,Ip. lx>roy York 515 Hab. Millar MlHl Mary Ann Uravn 4**. ieeyMcCain hi. resignation' was a
YOlk 11M,, I, Saundrn MIHlirh .h Individual yamr Babr 4X*, somber gathering of dunned
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f \'j =fl ; ft ft 2M I. York 34 -2M R Mi Adam 3 in Barbara ikr1M Ill. : iM-fM, urll.-J.I *l sportswriters and broadcasters. ,
earth 2S4 fl File 217 W Barni-n Fully Trlvillf lbS r.rn York IMI, :**, Pat Moody IN Wanda Law Cardinal President August A
212 T Rnthbauer JOB E Wcavrr2nj IM Ti-i-vanlln IH lin TIMman IT
IM Wylvnr Carroll
;:::; : Dutch Jr slowly read Kesne'sletter
) V Stanley 301 180 a' 0 eBv,
---------- iLucy' M0rL5 of resignation while the

52,year.old world champion
manager lat with eye downcast LONDON FOGThis

,BEGoodrlch. Your .. F. Goodrich Distributor PROGRESS REPORT "".
Cllrui worm MafMtMOyurtaa U Busch acknowledged that h*
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rmIIL.. OM MOrand when Keane handed him th.letl.r *
Dnn5l. 1"11III"11II :/III half hour before the you through all kinds of' k
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China's A-Blast

1r i'h i e I d M !.",.," ': .;; nr 0 1 1M YOW CHAM AQQ0UNTFAVORfTl

Presents U.S. _



I UPI! I I ri he'

United Stales f'cis the muni!
task of softening the politi, ,II I ,
impact on Southeast AM I I IIf f fRed
China Initial mclcal<< : i h st t
bint 1Ii

The problem Is diplnmitn ;it 9
thin point, not ratlltan Hut the WOOL KNITS

implications ale far rrarhmi" .
Peking st ("oss could well<
have tremendwH' p vcholoMcil:
effects In the Far East!, a' wi, It
as in other underdeveloped
areas It seriously com)'In(,itci from
the multitude of prnbli" already .

facing the Umli It could be a factor toe' in t
the ultimate outcome of the ..
struggle for control of wirld

communism between Red! ('hlna [
and the Soviet Union

The eventual effect on the ee '
United States and its Allu\ of

this lonely blast In we tern T
China is hard to foresee It may .I
be disastrous On the other ,9 9

hand it could be turned into a I
plug for the and.Communist r-1!: :
world if skillfully exploited by 'I i\1Y

Western diplomat,
The fact that It will be a longtime KIMBERLY KNITS new breed

before Communist China HANDICAPPED WORKER Tom Johnson, second from right, was employed by Dutch of dash in whipcord wool, sub. 4 ,
his a real nuclear arsenal it Pantry long before the restaurant opened for business In Winter Haven Despite being handi- '
welt e
tly shaped by learning ,
beside the point. capped, he Is one of the hardest workera and best liked employe of Dutch Pantry. From left \ .,
In the eyes of many Allans Don Koehler, American Legion Post S Commander, mayor Richard Dantzler, Johnson and on the bai.! Terrific on tour, this

it is likely that Red China now Dick Hissing. suit in three parts can travel
hat acquired the capability of 1 1in
without reservation-anywhere. k v
spreading blackmail a over cloud her of neighborsand nuclear Hire The Handicapped Week U2 Spy Plane the world. A' t '

will exploit It\ to the fullest $80KIMBERLY

The threat of even a tingle

over the crude door some atomic of defenseless a bomb transport pushed. or "ncu plane out Successful I In Winter HavenResults On Target N,,

tral," Asian country could give

Peking a powerful policy lever. In the Winter Haven cording to the management.

The Immediate! effects of American Legion sponsored Born In Curwlnsvllle, Pa., For ABlastWASHINGTON ,
China's success may well be Employ the Handicapped Drive 23 years ago, he Is one of seven 1I e
detrimental to the U.S. position are already beginning to show, children of a retired federal 00.1
U S. officials recognize this and one of the city's newest employe, and lives with his (UPI-Recon I
They are doing their best to businesses has Joined the many parents at 3010 Elm St. He has nal lance flights by the high.
counter It who have cooperated In this recently been enrolled at the flying U2 spy plane may have 'titY
It could have a particularlybad caus*. Sheltered Workshop for the played a role In obtaining for
morale effect in Southeast Physically Handicapped In the United States advance Information .
Asia where the United States The Dutch Pantry Restaurant Lakeland on Red China's first
already complains that the peo haa Tommy Johnson on Its His brother Richard has encouraged nuclear blast ,
pie of some Communist.men. staff- -In fact, he was employed and helped him learnto
aced nations are not wholeheartedly before the r..taurantopened water ski,and he enjoys boatIng The US intelligence system v
supporting efforts to Its doors, and Tommy has been as well. often has been criticized in the

stem the Red tideAdministration carrying out very successfullyany He Is active In St. Joseph's past for not foreseeing events,
authorities tasks assigned to him, ac Church. but It was right on target In
predicting Communist China's
frankly acknowledge that they
are uncertain Just how much nuclear plans I .

effect these words will\ have News Of Record On Sept 29, Secretary of

upon the poor and restless State Dean Rusk announced to .Fo
masses living in the shadow of the world that China was thenIn

the Chinese Communist giant CIRCUIT COURT Ie. lummtrr ludiminl lor ptslu.l a position to detonate Its 't .. '. < "" <, "" .
.,... .Jtr
ml : Ut BoIK vi, CTfd. I lofts., first nuclear device In the "near 1 ..
Polk .
Th salon Pre CHIII Slain Sink J
1 Guidance h. r t
u J.m. Htiwb. lurdr X in. inn n Vr"i Cl., on to Hontf Whl,. future" .
son moniwt, qsloes IIn" dosaltsYolh "r.d
JOMua Kpioii' vi Ptrttwt Clir, II. x CIArY' rt. :.tdJ: a / '
Associafion He uiit ifrrmM Junnwn, fomlwR.lt"Tt" Mar II .lr Unit dxrn lortefti- How the United States got Its :''''''

.".,*..rd.r the will of John C In. mANU1.n.,1./ information on developments be. ."., .
Meets TuesdayThe Ham u. dirrtM iuillfr I'M"* rrrlradrYdnC rrsa: ..A-L'1; 4 hind the Bamboo Curtain will .
lUwl vlrtllil* Wilbur re le.lnt nlNte./e \t
U ,.l>' M .ku. Norrrpecat wnm LltlylutIM; J:er Nw JrN.aY N. hMr. remain a closely guarded se ,
Polk County Guidance m. sans.YlOnu dMrt*
.. c: ". n sootsO.I. Ire Vlrill Oririln vi Vlr l't' UukM
Association will hold Its first :,.: :.:.sIm.e Orlflln final ,... dl .... ,
Ae cretThe
aPM111M'u pan ... &.. HI a.... nr,ildinr ...,... .. clurlu .....,., mot officials have been KNITS a versatile :u, '
annual meeting the Community
Room of the First Federal ImMrtil old rilM" Ii*11. r-Vr Tile*.ear ,Ii."..11.,iron".,. and k.o. RHrlni ..d Sunlt 1m nrV. Irrni Niu in'il"sliik I el ft( that it came from variety of for after
Savings Loan Association, Joe .., ; < HI tl- a costuming designed
Murk CHIMl. Mr rlvll. Ion hnt r', v> ,ii m.. o Pn-nd, nut .Ilr .
Searstown Lakeland, at 7:30 sap nanhtrl rinil deals .1( l.r..Ioour.l .../ sources and that It was confirmed \ hours in a quilt stitched wool,
p.m. on Tuesday And $.=;:::r r."t"'I.ptrolmtn NrnrrOuntha > count COURTWiUtrd by assessments of other ,
All persons professionally damnnw I."l.V;;i"jrl'7Jwint: .r Nrr.5 governments. then given the fillip of {jet but..
Interested or actively engagedIn 4oI.t. ''( Cdrp. ", rean.ld tons.
DI.tr!! ... c IPF
ind IlarrM
guidance services are urged 8, W. .1 un. Ira. r....Ii,'...' IfRm Sulll> SO One source may have been .
JrIurPOSU.':: 1.MCtId ed 5sIpY1Ims.r. raW US nights There have been $80 ;,1 A'eFffiY2S
to attend and become membersof rlvll ttlM ......... N r...... etn.wl..rdwdeli.- Y ...
this professional organiza OrHr. ma...** LMNII uni lorcivn M JunM raeordi Sr., '...._., acdarol frequent reports-never publicly
tion. Dim. Sot o( wiiliimiburi iimbait, confirmed here that such
5 5 JnS BllrtHM II U .1 II LMIM MJ.nw Sr, dMMWd, irdtfol flights have been flown
The speaker for this first nmm.r, (mil dwnt .l fomloiurrC I owliiitAnn over
be ..I..I.N."rr. uvniir stipbuim minor, irdwol mainland China by the Nation. ..
meeting will Henry E. Richards AndY /A im. Dor lUcriitl ...
state manpower training .'t" T. (rn.t'I
coordinator for the Florida aurll S'C w. ... rt 0.... n. W mm.aule.|wane S>enil, Ritaw. wdtftMwHulm .. .,(C e .
I. Mkm Ann ftlirdo, i 'rduRilpTsdwm
State Employment Service Opal dutrm w forwlMimCM ::: U. M, dMMwd, *Hrau
Richards has been asked to 1 NM SIPS n W r5Ylilnj ..' ."" Of all the major nations of
M rtr il. d." > ONla tmumt. ir > the world Red China has been
speak on the Manpower Development assn. I / ::: '
I w Firr.r ot 0 Mortint e.dNfWAldr.55IC41/ 31. .. **, w- the most secretive, the most"cloned1
and Training Act tiny....,..
111 it 01. oulillni drr idRiltiliii MUiMtbuM mele.! 1
(MDTA) and associated train- ,,1111 I'o" sash ef UlctUnd tic .. 1 '.D '\ldiMi, tMMMd. aNa .! ..- society The United SateDARK ?
, Ing programs Jm M.Ie... IM lU Mid 0 H nln uu.nen unn..rwut Stales never has recognized the tSate
, Peking regime and has no embassy .
j there It I Is therefore cut
off from one of the normal

! Dear Abby channels of Information'lathering .

\ Let Him Enjoy It, Lady that However nations most such cfirlal as Britain report

Abigail Van Huron that yet relatively have embassies little Information In Peking Save 30 % to 50 %

from them. Western diplomats
in China lead fairly restrictedlives
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DEAR ABBY: My husband Is I college Instructor tkm In the presence of my fiance my fiance with relatively little opportunity I
H.', wonderful In almOllt'er) respect would have asked him to take his collar off and for much observation Were $ Now I Is the time to buy magnificent fashion

but he's I nut on sports He's 27 and I'm step outside I When an innocent person is ac IS,00 N ow $1298 fun at significant! isvingtl Compare the
cased of shoplifting, and Is subjected the
26. He was raised on a farm and his dad never humiliation of a search, he has a case againstthe STADIUM ROMANCE: value. You won't find fur savings like there

let him go out for sports In school because farm store, you know kl am nut a thief, and no one KINGSTON R.I. (UPI) anywhersl Remarkably fine skins of het-out
chores came first He's on two Softball teams has the right to me to prose that I dtdnt $
and Sandra mink In
steal something The principle to the same Craig Curtis 21, Were.o0 1398 a breathtaking array of
and when he he's When
Isn't playing practicing Swsnson. 22. spent the first NOW colors
Softball season Is over it's football After football
ST. LOUIS WOMAN of their honeymoon todayin
it's basketball. (the plays golf In between, part
. and he's good at everything> lie likes hockey a football stadium
too Don't tell me to find myself something to do. e r Were $
I After the wedding at the Congregational 51 1498
We have two boys n3aI I is two years old and the DEAR ABBY: I am 1 Ie and have been kissed' church here, thebrldl'room. 2300 NOW Save 1/4 to 1/3
other Is three 1try to be a Rood kid quite a lut My problem I Is when a fellow kisses a 21S.pound tackle '. I,
, and go to watch my husband whenever he plays me for the first time, should I 't CASH ONLY
Rhode Island *
In bleachers at hockey whenI Idndbr for the University of
I sat a game know how tn kiss very well, or I
was a week .overdue with my second, and know that I do? had a date with Ma teammates Were s 1798
chased my month-old all over the gym I don! want him to think I have had too for an afternoon game 26,00. 4NOw
Someone called husband to be on a bowl .t oil rlcot pies M.2e fan
my much experience along this Une. and then again' against MassachusettsThe s
ing team: and I overheard him say, "My"wile Isunreasonable I dont want him to think I haven't had any. bride had a ticket for ," L,'
when it comes to sports' I ask Can help me?
you the grandstand Were $
you WHO Is unreasonable' 51998
DEAR SIXTEEN: JD" de what comes Raturally. -
DEAR SPORTS: Your husband! Be pstletrf. KB dost overwhelm him In Ike first
Time will sideline him soon enough, and the art or you'll have nothing lo do for *n encore. ,t
he'll learn ,'D'r. he best sport be has. MEL LOWE
e .
DEAR ABBY: A psychiatrist once told rrw CAMERA & TV
DEAR ABBY: I was glad to see your apotooy flat t man who bean bis wife was probably MARKED ORIGINAL
for lambasting the clergyman for asking the beaten fear bs mother 'for a female. figure of .p J.3.4..4 1/2 PRICE
bride If she were pregnant when she and her authority when he was a cI W. If more mothers
fiance came to him to discuss their marriage knew tHe they weuMat be so quick to hH their muw3 Sulk $1 H W We have selected from our stock a group of

plans. This Is a standard question now and I sons .,." Ne.on. *>1. dark cottons in most wanted styles and ({
am sure the clergyman meant no personal of- S t H Cr.*M S.riTi
fens*. If a priest learns that the only reason a EX WIFE-BEATER colors. Also we hare just received doiens of

couple is getting married Is to give a child a S e e new dresses from our favorite manufacturer.These .
name he will recommend a dvll ceremony
rather than a religious one. Troubled Write to ABBY. Box: 69700. Los too, are offered at savings of I/} offl!

INFORMED Angeles, CaJtf rw a pereeiMl\ reply, enclose a GUARANTEEDT
stamped. self-aottressed. envelope, Y & RADIO W. CeernsJ Are.
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DEAR ABBY: You disappointed me when For Abby'a booklet "How To Have A Lovely EVERYTHINGPHOTOGRAPHIC
you "begged forgiveness" for criticizing the WeoMtng." read BO cents to Abbjr. Box 69700
clergyman for asking the brine if she were pregnant Us Angeles. CalifMeN.fci.

U a clergyman bad asked ME such a ques- C arndl.te. In "U

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A hospital must be many things. It mutt be a laboratory, a laundry, a nwtau-
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notice, along with the people who run it. It must also be available to serve 24
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DAILY NIWS.CMl6F.Way. Oe e4.er II, IW4 Pap 2
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NEW YORK (UP) Loulsi. half lengthwise; swap ofd sad
I ana yams are In plentiful supply reserve shells Maa1 yseapmt
Entertain With } now. For a tasty treat, try In 1.3 cup apple .butts* sd V4
mal lll IIIPle butter stuffed cup chopped walnuts nil stWUs
i tr yam. Here's how: with mixture. Place to greased.
Bake 4 medium yams In 350
Dinner Party It degree (moderate) oven 1 hour, shallow baking dish ad bake

t -or until: tender Cut yams In tor 90 minutes Serve few. -

Mr. and Mr. Ray Hoek were '
hosts at a lovely dinner partyat /1' .,
the Haven Hotel, yesterdayat tV'M
noon, honoring their son, ', 'j, ;: t IL D' IM .JIARRILlS
Ensign Cecil Hock and bit fiancee 4I g aI

Miss Judith Grafton,who I eW, 41, eve
were married tad nlgbt.taU ,
A arrangement of yellow .
and burnt orange chyrsanthemums Fresh Crop
1 formed the center- DU FONT RYE GRASS

piece on the table. LUCITE PAINT SEED

Those attending Included the A LIttle Goer e
D.o.'t Drip Rue. or
Rev. August Bernthal, Edgar Lang Way Tawtrd6r ,
Spa $., Like Orl/iury/ Paint
Ford Mr.and Mrs.Edwin Graf- e ..n lawn
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Roth- You'li Like Is Ease .f All Winter
child, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill r Applic.tle"
Ibi. 97e(15e
Grafton, Miss Zena Grafton,
Hock Miss Gall 5588 ( lb.)
Miss Bonnie ALLS Gel., per
Hardman Miss Sandra Lay, -

Miss Jeep Willis, Mr. and Mrs. 'iii OUTSIDE: We.. .r
Tom Keenan, Robert Kim
\ brough, Frank Peters, KenHueboer $688 6::1.M07ry LAWN

Dennis Ferguson, SWEEPERS
John Swete, and Ensign Fred
r. 5%
Larson. tpi L *vl,
___ CHLORDANE lit, Clipping ft. Trash l
"'T' ; "
T DUST with Such Ease.
THE NEEDLEWORK GUILD of Winter Haven, headed by Beta Chi Chapter of Beta'Ipna Easy te
Phi Sorority, has plans well under way for the Ingathering of new clothing for needy 5 Ib*. 43c V empty
Women's Club school children on November 4th. Membership In the Guild, which Is open to all Interested : .,.-, .......... tt e Change htlght easily
persons, Is by the donation of two new garments, or money, which Is used to purchase \ PrIeM 'r..,
FederationTo school clothing Pictured left to right, Mrs. Irvine Wheeler, Mrs. John S. Cowan and Mrs g'ScarlfW $2195
Carl Jackson Jr.
MeetThe BAHIA \.

Around The GRASS SEEDArgentine + .
call Is out to attend the ( Speedy 20-Get.

I MISS' SHARON YVONNE WATSON of annual the meeting Florida of Federation District Nine of Ibs. $6.75. lib. 69c ))1) PLASTICGARBAGE
Mrs. Kline To Continue Studies In New YorkMrs.
November Wedding i Is PlannedAnnouncement Women's Clubs October 28 at the Ptnsacela CAN $4.49
Municipal Building, West Park 1M
Ibs. $2.75
Street Auburndale, Mrs. PaulC.
is being made by Mr. and Mm. Braddock, district director, J. Henry Kline has left for New York City to take up residencefor QIO lb. 29c 7" BEWARE!

Henry G. Watson, 1430 Third Street NE, of the en- will preside and the Woman's awhile, so as to continue studies in art and music, and for extension lectures /: ARMY WORMS and

gagement of their daughter, Sharon Yvonne, to Philip Club Auburndale, Junior Sorosls Woman's will Club be ho.t. and.- at the New School of Social Research. She will return for two monthsin r-::;...... SOD WEBWORMS Are

Baynard Cliett son of Mr and Mr James B. Cliett teas the winter to visit with her friends here, and plans to settle again in Flor Milford Ch.wi" Up Lawns Right

of Davenport.The Mrs Mark Emnel of Gainesville ida following completion of these plans. WILD BIRD D.lore Your Ey..1
state president Mrs AlBert
bride.to.be was gradual Casualty Company Huth, St. Petersburg, and Dr. and Mri. Lewis Clark Mrs. T. II. Lading of Rich. The Prcsbyteers will have C.m) Yes Can Stop wIth Them QUICKIIN.
ed from the Lake Wales High Mr. Cliett is a graduate of Mrs Thomas Harrison, Fort have been called to Indianapolis mond, Va., is here visiting her AI Duckworth of Tampa as S lbs. 53c
School where the was a cheer. Haines City High Scchool and Lauderdale, vice presidents Ind. due to the death of mother, Mrs W W. Rogers, their speaker tonight when Ortho ARMYWORM
leader and participated in attended college In Orlando and Mrs .in.law, I'R.9. '9cI.) SPRAY
; J. Frank John. the former's brother who Is a patient In the local they meet In the dining room =--
various other organizations. He Is presently employed by son, Jr., Tampa, director of Jack Hunter Mr. Hunter had hospital. of the First Presbyterian Treat 4000 ft.
She was honored In 1901 by Armour Agricultural Chemical juniors, will speak Mrs.B. J. visited In Winter Haven on Church Mr Duckworth is the ,.. sq
being selected Miss Lake Company of Davenport Newman, Bartow, Is district many occasions. Chief Meteorologist for Channel /7" PALL for only $1.25
Wales The wedding will take placeat junior director. Dr. Ronald McKlnnls Is returning the / ANNUAL PLANTS
8. and he will talk to
Mist Watson Is now emyloyed 4:30: on November 26th In Prior to convening the meet- The Elks Auxiliary will today from Hollywood, on Hurricanes Mr. and 'l! e Petunl.s' e Calendul.s
In the Florida Regional Office the First Methodist Church of Ing at 10 o'clock the Junior meet Thursday at the club where he attended the Fla group Mrs Robert Dawson are in ( e S.lvlo e Pansies i Other,
of State Farm Fire and Lake Wales. Club will be hostess at the social Canners Convention. .
William T. Whittle of the New! !
hour concurrent with registra Copt charge of the dinner arange 69c M"Trey Exciting
will be the iii
I II lion Salvation Army mentfMr. Fall Colon
Mayor D. H. Corneal and the guest speaker. Luncheon will Mr. and Mrs. Omer McDufl F.r the 'DEAL"' Start

S presdlents of the hostess clubs, be served at noon followedby and Mrs Gwen Hickman will and Mrs. Fran Mullin. PJlllt Them wIth IEDMIX h
Mrs Harry A. Thorp, Mrs. the program and bridge. return today after having at ax were honored this week "C.et Se fifth PERMANENTFLOWERS
Ted Dlckson and Mrs Herbert Officers for the new year will tended the Florida Canners on Does So Much" &
H. Buck, will welcome the be elected and a full attendance Convention at the Diplomat their 24th wedding anniversary
delegations from the 20 clubsIn i Is urged,: Hotel kn Hollywood at a candlelight dinner FOLIAGE
For Gracious Living Polk and Highlands Counties. party given by their three

Mrs. J. 0. Springer, Lakeland Mix Bonnie Westbrook, a children David, Peggy and ,
Sorosls president, and Mrs. freshman at South Florida The American Association Van. The children preparedthe Free Delivery on Minimum I IARRCLL'S'.icll_.

I"" Gift Linen Sets Morris Anderson, president of University, it spending the of University Women will entire affair and surprised
'." 'k'*:-' the Sebrlng Junior Woman Club, weekend here with her parents meet at the home of Mrs Ern their parents on Monday evening We W.
will respond. est DuCharme 1075 East The anniversary was
Candle Holders Df and Mri George Give GiveR
Mrs. John P. Adams of Win. Main, Bartow, tomorrow night Tuesday
ter Haven, will give accordlanselections Westbrook at eight o'clock. A legislative

Place Mats and Miss Betty JoRichardson Mr. and Mrs Lee Ellis were poll will be taken for the program The Ladies Auxiliary of the m
Auburndale High Haven Accredited college Order of Purple Heart will SOUTHEAST PLAZA
those from Winter
School student, among
Items vocal number
Novelty Mrs. Helen Pearce attending; the Homecoming graduates interested in Join. meet Monday night at eight Cyprni Gardens Hotel
I Polk
v? Bridge Accessories City, will be time keeper for Game at the University of tag tion the to AAUW Bartow or transports tomorrow o'clock In the Legion Hall Phone 293-847S

? the reports of club presidents, Florida ta Gainesville yester night, contact Mrs Jer
which are limited may
to two
minutes day.
: Novelty Ash Trays Mrs. Edwin E. Glasscockof ome Klump

'!. Auburndale Is district secretary Mist Gall Hardman will
Party Papers ; Mrs. Jack Gurnett, Winter leave today to return to her William Ronald Allen sen THE KEYTO
Haven, parliamentarian Ga.. after
; home In Atlanta lor accounting major at University -
Greeting Cards proof, Eugene chairman Dorda of ,the Frost Arts serving as a bridesmaid Grafton in the of South Florida has
wedding of Miss Judy been awarded the first
Festival; Mrs S. F. Elkhlll Darby
Ends .
Book Cecil Hock
and Ensign
Odom in
Invitations; and Mrs. James Darby & Scholarship
R. Thomson, Lakeland, press. Tampa lie expects to graduate MODERN PHARMACYPROGRESSING
Jane Idmondson: of
General chairman for the day In December William is
I Winter havens Most Complete Gift Shop Is Mrs W, H. Williamson, 317 Opelika, Ala.a\ enjoying a the son of Mr. and Mrs W W.
Bay Street, Wo 7-3580 and will visit here with Mrs R. C. Allen of 716 Ave. I, NE. WITH WINTER HAVEN
take luncheon reservation until Tructt
HOMEMAKERS NOOK October 24 as will Mrs. Charles
Linder, 318 Bartow Avenue, Wo Army Paratrooper Pfc. Rob. The Naomi Circle of the Wo- SINCE 1935Your
I |Iuae.v asd Ike t.nwr tram Morrl 71280. Mrs J. R. Stricklandand ert Scott Brakefield la spending men's Guild Grace Lutheran

54 SECOND, N.W. PHONE 29M471 Mrs Lancaster Littletonwill a fifteen-day leave In Lake Church, will meet Wednesdayat
serve at the home of Mrs
as pages his Mr 9:30.:
Alfred with parents.
and Mrs. W. Brakefield, for. David Wright, on East Eagle Health Our Sacred Trust '
mer Winter Haven residents. Lake. A caravan will leave
the church promptly at 910.:

I 11eI He was Parachute recently graduatedfrom Riggers Mrs. Lillian Rogers, medical Yet, constant U watch
'l effe4ew eo4ee 4 School and will be assigned to records librarian at the accuracy our

a Special Forces Unit at Fort Winter Haven Hospital. I Is at. word and we are ever-alert to the ever l

Bragg N.C. tending the annual meeting of advancing field of pharmaceutical So /
the American Association of
Medical Record Librarian be assured that your prescription and t
The Eagle Lake Garden
I I by SELIG Club will meet tomorrow nightat this week in Miami Beach. your health needs are safe and secure

, eight o'clock In the Com her.
Mrs. E. R. Baker has returned
, munity House J. A. Maddox,
; .... .... ... ..t'."" .' ., '. ".i. Associate County Agricultural where she from has been Jacksonville visiting
.m-I .
: will be the guest speaker
1' Agent
her son and family Lt Cmdr
Hostesses will be Mrs L.
t! M s and Mrs Halbert Baker and
and Mri Florence
.. 4" I.I$ Sellet 0 Feagin children Beverly, Patti Hal Jr. and

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I DAILY NEWS.CHIEF. Sunday. October II, 1944 Page 3 ..

Beautiful Ceremony Unites Mis s Grafton, Ensign Hock ,,t :...... r > ... .

i (fn a ceremony marked with I
unusual charm and dignity' at Resident Weds MonthMr

the formal hour of tight

n link last evening Miss and Mrs. Tony Mieto\ former residents of
,JUdith Ellen Grafton. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Merrill E \ I titer Haven, now of Ft Lauderdale, are announcing I IV

Grafton became the bride of ''I i engagement of their daughter, Barbara Lee, to

Ensign Cecil Raymond IIIIck 1 ,dt'S James ( Bob) Lekowica of Ft. Lauderdale.
son of Mr. and Mrs Ra.\ mon"

Hock. cul 1 Mieto is thetranddauck. Hick School, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Vows were exchangi 1 in the he active In sports
r r Mr. and Mr. Cliff C. where was
i pretence of a lan ,Mtlurt"ig> .l is of WtaUr Haven Mr.
of friends and relatives in tli I ,' and WM a member of the boys
i. t K ulcs of Brooklyn, N tool
Grace Lutheran Church J I 11111' late Mr.
uary. The Rev August ticrn. and die maker
thai officiated at the unpri Miss Mtoto was graduated The wedding will take place
live double ring ceremony c J ,II StranahM High School November 11 at Our Lady Queen
Lighted unshaded taperin (11''rlJ she WM a varsity cheer. of Martyrs Church Ft. Lauderdale .

t graceful candelabra t not a soft 1 tea II I. r. sdvertlMng manager ad.tt .
I ,, > ,'f'( the yearbook and an hon.
\ light over the wedding partyThe No need to grope for the dust
i ,1 I aJuate She is employed
altar with to ton
was graced a pan U It Is one designed
c; partmmt manager with
pair of altar vises holding, arrangements the broom handle for stor
1 of white a NCOr7; chain "broom.
large r ace This new plastic
chrysanthemums. white pompon Mr Lekowlrr was graduated mate" has a ridged! aortas p to
chrysanthemums and frc i WiilUmsburj Vocational catch and hold the dust

white gladioli before a back.

ground of palm The reserved 1 qy,'
pews were marked with white

Nuptial music was presentedby
Ensign Fred Larson of

Philadelphia Pa. vo:alist.
and Edgar Ford organist TRANSISTOR TV
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marriage by .her father, e
SALLY COOK SNIVELY and Jack Thompson,both wore an enchanting formal
of Winter Haven, have principal roles In the popular
gown of antique candelight t ,
production "Fantastlks" opening Friday night for a I
silk faille The fitted modified
three-week run at the Orange Blossom Playhousein l
empire bodice was designed
Orlando This is no new show to Sally and Jack.
They appeared In these same roles for the Lakeland with a Sabrina neck
line embellished with lace ONT TV t.304UWEWeld's
Little Theatre group last year. They love the light
whlmlsca comedy which has been an Broadway hit In a floral motif. The lare cud It.ln ,r.i
for the past eight years "It's Going to Rain Soon" design was repeated down ;:o. tv e fnM ro
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and "Try to Remember" are two of the popular numbers the length of the long tapering 01"umwi'ttt MIM.
sleeves The semi.kheath 2' M_"'a. '
in the show. Performances will be given In : 1 .no 0''M .nd ../r. I
Orlando Friday and Saturday nights, will re-open October skirt was accented with a 't' ,..,_. I
20th and run through October 31st and again detachable lace-embeiiished plttun p :IrMImsn : j I
November 4-7thINTERPRETS. train W.tHMf' "! I
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The bride misty veil of bolt* i fatk, :I Jo 'utkoat < I
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*f IK Hftrywh
antique candlelight silk lllus eula MI" .....rwMicro'
ion was held by a forward y f.1L. ." *'"
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n The Tailored bandeau of silk roses and f -T T "' 1ft."
I q. pearls She carried a white

Bible centered with a white
orchid against a background

THE of dainty white carnationsand

CASUAL lOOK. Miss Zena Kay Grafton was TV5.30SW f ,
I SURPRISES maid of honor for her sister

and bridesmaids! were Miss
Softly Gail Hardman of Atlanta Ga. *l,|.l Mil I MW*. ".HII
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Miss Sandra Lay Gainesville ..
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? q. Miss Louise Willis Culptpper MRS:::. CCCIL RAYMOND HOCK .I" n /Host.! M '111f i
Va and Miss Bonnie Ho:k 0'tl HIM.. Inner .
sister of the bridegroomThe INYI... IMt H 11 ..< '
attendants beau AC IM wtwadIn, "
J tiful formal gowns wore fashioned satin with gathered puffs of Mr i.ulv"r c, open, ,'r Mr, I,aili! >1' Milfml Mr and Mrs I urn ",.,ft. HI till. HclII ,
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; of moss green satin peau The satin encircling the top of W E nymr-i ;MI1 1 I' L LJ: Nelson Mr and Mn.. Dean CNn MKtlltl ..,Ml *<
sculptured empire bodices accented the table Davis. Mrs Hurrj King Mr Ladirnmyer Mr and Mrs MMI ml, MIIIlltftl-
I with bow trim were The four tiered wedding cake J. Hunter Hyir. Mrs Richard John Btunmger Mr. anti I Mrs tie. 1aM1.a M atonP I
II fashioned with Bateau necklines was placed on a crystal re VanGumly Mrs Roland Mars, Harry Soucirr. Mr and MnMerreli a1Mra r.l.rat I
I and Camelot sleeves fleeter. and featured a cas, ton Mrs. Jack Coy I*. Mrs Cokcr. Mr ant Mri 1 il--

I j Each wore a floral bandeau ceding arrangement of roses John EVurkman. Miss Sarah Houston Crane Mr and Mrs
\ with bouffant face veil and and lily of the valley This luulbaugh Mn Albert Griffin Frank Jenkins Mr and Mrs.
I carried a single yellow ruse was complemented by an antique Mrs. William Holey Mri Herschel IMmis. Mr. and LAY AWAY NOW
I 1 with streamers of green and cut glass candelabra on LeRoy Miller, Mrs KylandRothcbUd Mrs Vernon Duncan. Mr and fore
gold satin a footed plateau holding an Mill Kate Kite and Mrs Robert Flasher, Mr and CHRISTMASJEWEIia
I .n Mrs. Grafton mother of the arrangement of white brides Milt Mary Judy Mrs. Devere Wanhburn. Mr ; e

i 1 bride wore a charming mauve roses interspersed with Lathodral her a wedding hip to the Margaret White. Linda and I SILYIRShITHgii1W r
silk.back crepe with a scooped taptri bail ('ont. the bride wore a Handy. Mrs. Bert Nolan and
neckline draped bodice and The refreshment tables were three.pin costume suit In Mn Alters Barn. all of III 2nd St.. NW
slim skirt She used matching overlaid with floor length golden wheat silk dupiunl. Jacksonville CYM94S

accessories and wore a corsage satin cloths draped at each the' ill in skirt "n attested
of miniature orchids corner with sleptanotia and by a deal fatted jacket and
Mrs. Hoik chose for her white net puffs Tall double blulI8e. Hrr kb son's wedding a gown of champagne arrangements of white earns. were taupe colored and her
georgette over brocade trans and Eucalyptus foliage hat "ai uf blended feathers I Iat

Nar"KOXY'raliur'I Nat raltur'I"MIDTOWN" corsage lace in was a toast also of shade miniature Her centered showered the with tables plastic rain In Ensign golden and tones Mn, Hock will 7ce Sft4 Sfde<
An,.l Itch C.If orchids Epergne arrangements of
(1 'a Il.et Cdf, R.d, nude Heniaiola
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1 or Oit and Thomas Keenan of Atlanta yellow roses and white mini
$1199 Out Erns Ga was best man and ushers ature carnations, a pair of The bride wan graduatedfrom
l\c $1399 were Robert Kimbrough tiered candelabra with a large Landon High School and the Lowest Price ,Ever!
Brooksville Dennis Ferguson, arrangement of brunt and attadd Florida Southern Col
Boca Raton; Frank Peters yellow gladioli added to the legs where the was voted
Rye N. Y Kenneth Hubner beauty of the setting Each arrangement Pike sweetheart
Garfield N.J and John Sweet was centered within .

Los Angeles C alif. a group of DIM lighted Feign limb was graduatedin .
tapers IWO from the Winter Haven
A reception was told on Leathers
A memory candle was the High School and received hit 1 :
the patio at the Mate I
focal point of Interest oa the degree from Horlda Southern ,
Insurance building Palms -bride book table where Miss College this past June Hit $ Black j
and eiotlc used
In profusion.plants were Sally Proctor and Miss Sherry fraternity u II 1 Kappa Alpha $097 Brown

Hock registered the guests He hai computed hi* pro
The bride table
was overlaid
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... AllY{ NEWS.CH1EF, Sand.Y. Oeteb.r I 18. I 1944 Page 4 Floral Garden
Citrus Conventions Are No Longer Stag Events Wimodauws

Has SessionThe Club Meets

I Legion And Auxiliary The fterhta Citrus Reporter
\ Members of the Floral Garden -
recent conventions i rivohing
Plans Next Florida citrus WlmodwwW Club n..tWednesday Club enjoyed a COY.reddlsh
, Party Sunday people < an T upper and meeting this week
MMOrte w-
, he taken as a sign of (him,:' at the at the home of Mrs. Harriet
to come, this newspaper alai l i pie fir a covered 4U*tancheon. Beck, with Mrs. John Beck
The American Legion and Auxiliary of the FneraoflNkhol and
.: with a number of others in HM The serving table was centered Mrs. George Rote as co
i Port No 8 of Winter Haven, i i. planning fruit production ares It I." with an arrangement of hostesses

i a joint membership party for next Sunday from two soon find It expedient an.> pip t rose Mrs. Eleanor Smith and Mrs O. Hendrickson gave dl':
home 800 Avenue r to send their SOCH i lOr Mrs. Sara Fletcher were. hostesses informative talk on "The Con
to four at the new Legion ,
woman's page editors to 1" for the meeting. serration of Green Swam "

M, NW. the activities "arrange/ (,''f 0 President Mrs.Mtllle Boatman Miss Gwen Tarlton was we!
Bill Monies and Mrs. Julia Davis are cochairmen the distaff side conducted the short business corned as a new member.

and their committees an in charjn of arrangements. In covering scores r! ,n meeting, before the group Mrs. Linea Batty Is clue
vcntions and meetings in: It adjourned tor card playing. President and presided over the.
ing citrus down throu,:*h th, Is, meeting.
incited to attend It was announced that a coffee Member voted participate
All hgiblc\ men anilonx ai< years I ran remember when
and card party would be
in the state horticultural
and become bctti acquaint i J with th program of they were practically :*.; held In the Masonic Templeon eel in conjunction with the pro re)'
affair but not so todc!; Wednesday November 11 and
the ol'ganwitlomII habilitation program at Avor r,
Let's take the recent i ;<'n
the public is Invited to attend. Park correctional iMtltutloi
don of Florida Fruit and V, '

table Association at Miami t ..
Beach Americana hot I as
I I II an example
... .
During the official four days ,
of the convention there were
many activitit ranging from
a continuous round of bride,> r
in a special hospitality

room. to other games, a worn
'n'- coif tournament and
the citrus Industry ran count I -'I.

tome 'better than average

,))lti'rs. women as well as .
-- '-
m-nn a boat ride around the
Miami Beach area and the THIS PICTURE, made at the recent Miami Beach convention of Florida Fruit and
waterfront of Miami windingup Vegetable Association at the Americana hotel in Miami Beach, shows right, Mra James
with a shopping tour on Goff with her husband general manager of the Adams Packing Association at Auburndale
Lincoln Road. the Fifth Avenue discussing citrus matters with Joe Mulllns, extreme left, chief of the federal crop reporting
service at Orlando. Mrs. Goff was only one of the several local women who accompanied
of that plush resort city their husbands to the
meeting (Exclusive photograph by Jack Gurnett)
and many other events especially
for women
interested In the panel Even before she became
The attendance of women sea- DeMolay Mother's
at the various functions, suchas slons on various' phases of agriculture necessary as the family chauffucr .

a "ht'lIo" party on theopening and marketing seal this writer's wife has attended Club MeetsThe
difference evening two luncheons sat in on these discussions conventions with me,
II a haHL sponsored by the various Organizations' such a* Florida including Texas, St. Louis, Mother's Club of DeMolay

you can enjoy every day railroads wrung the Fruit and Vegetable Association Chicago, Atlanta and other Chapter of Winter Haven met ask
south, and the closing banquet, are beginning to realIze : cities over the country but Wednesday evening at the Ma. '
at Morrison'sThere's was much larger than in past the Importance of the wife it has only been In recent sonic Temple. The session was
FREE years. attending the convention or years she has found! a pro conducted by the president,Mrs.J. .

This writer noted that many met.ting, And thus they set upa gram built just for the distaff Hunter Hyer,
PLATE There's never a need to settle for aThursdayNrghts women, who had
"so.so" meal when you eat at Morrison's. attended the convention, were to keep the women busy and meeting with the Mother's TheTraveller
Interested and this it boundto One local woman, who shall prayer. Mrs. Jack Schwarz,sea
Childicn' I2 and' until' The variety really wakes up hohum"spud with their husbands.
,, s gt>:t meal offers choiceof Take a local case for example have a psychological effecton remain anonymous and who retary The, gave the report. Jacket byPendleton'
vi... IMFspecAt appetites. Every you a the husband! has attended two or three Florida group then attended the
14 salads 9 entrees 10 vegetables Jimmy and Nora ceremony Installing the officers
Most of the women attendIng Fruit and Vegetable As- /
Goff until
Up this Nora'efamily of the
year DeMolay. Jay H, flyer
8 beverages, 6 breads and 15 desserts. re r ponsibl 11. conventions are' "selfsuf soclation conventions, told me was Installed as Master Council.

STEAK If you wanted to, you could enjoy a tics wouldn't permit her to ficiint", in that they can that aside from the social or by his father, J.HunterHyer. An over-everything

'NIGHTS different meal every day for over a month leave home for any extended "amuse themselves" and not side of the program, she was Mrs. flyer, hostess for the fashion extra.
at Morrison's. Big foods.that'sNghts period of time and from get bored during the business interested in the talks panels, evening assisted by Mrs. Lau. Open at the collar
Sat & Sun. sessions which take lot speeches and reports made M,
varietLof all over the country there up a ren Frank and Mrs. Joseph pocketed at the waist
a happy s. of the husband time because she was "ss deeply Closshey, served pumpkin tarts
were (couples were togeth
// Ib It 09 We know" of a few organizations involved In the citrus businessas and assorted cookies. level buttoned in front.
Mignon, : Kwrt/.1Nrlwle( I, : ANI; lfi.t'[:: or at the meeting for the first T
filet, 79C t time and Riving variousrraxons Inducting those in the my husband Its our living Those attending Included Mesdames In the coordinate
t/2lb Chopped r state and marketing organi-! and the mere I can learn Shirley Bush, Joe Ctoss- plaids. in virgin
Sirloin 49C I I why the wife was rations about it, the more I understand hey W G Enns, Phyllis Far. pure
I I up. country, which
able to atttnd this most wool: 10-20
.I ,u year make it handy for the wife to the problems that (her quhar G. C Forsythe, S. M. ,
!) of them somewhat akin to the accompany the husband by husband!) y wrestles Ith all day Frank, G, L Green, A. T. Lau. With the neat pleat skirt,
case of Jimmy and Nora Goff ter, C. H McCraken W, R,
\ For many of the women, it pUking up the tab for the and then brings" home with Meadows Alvin R. Murphy, Don. 8-20. $14.95, and a

Downtown: W. Central at 2nd St., N.W. was Just not a foin -day social pair. him at night. aid Robinson, Jack Schwarz and % sleeve slipover of fine

bloc many of them were M. C. Lawrence. gauge wool 34.42, $9.95.

-- Garden Club Hears Mrs.

Lau Hamburger Fry Pmdlctort.
'. .- #.." Gmntnj &,'.." .
Mrs. Earl W, Lao of Winter In artistic (designs table set. "
,I Park, an authority table and A hamburger'fry was enjoy, Clothes
on dec. tings plaques.: Her lectures
1B r \ I orations, gave an interesting lee. have been given throughout the ed recently when Mrs Brenda
Martin and Misses Jeanne and
) turf this .
on subject, and displayed southeastern United States A
Martha Etheridge entertained at
/ decorations for different horticulturist, she grows muchof
the home of the latter's par.
j occasions when theGardenClub the pUnt materials she uses
of Winter Haven met this weekat mite, Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Ethe.
In her lectures
the home of Mrs. Wlllard
Roe. Mrs. Roe wss aasisted by Mrs. Those attending were Yvonne

0 \ Mrs. Lau Is an honorary life Daniel P, Griffith Punch coffee Hoffstuller, Mrs. Brenda Mar.
member of the Winter ParkGar.den and a dessert were served to tin and daughters, Miss Shirley
members and guests Nobles Miss Suzan Honzeker
which she is a past
I president, and Is a life memberof h, Mr. and Mrs, Morris Sumner,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lott, Mr.
/u race. the Florda Federation of Garden .
,. and Mrs Whitley Ward, Mrs. 1
A Clubs, Inc. The membershipwas
Wayne Cook and daughters, Mr.
given by her own club for
"irti'aw her work and Mrs. Frank Walsdorf and TIME SQUARE

Mrs. Lau, a member of the daughters, Ernie Roubos, Pick. Downtown Winter Haven
ens i alhoun John Hardaker and
Florida Council of Flower Show
Judges has written several state the Rev Rodney Johnson.

award winning flower show I
$ f7l7lalJ(74ve schedules, and has won a top
IllJ award in the state for the Home
and Garden Show as well. Mrs

,,------ ---- Lau's latest book, "Teaching .,.f
Table Techniques", will be pub.
shed this month

She has taught and lecturedfor 1

r 243 Third St. N.W. Ph. 294.4261 has seven won years sweepstakes on table settings Trl.Col. 1

ors, and Awards of Distinction



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With BreakfastBeautiful FOR YOU IN OUR

arrangements of STUDIO DISPLAYS
roses were used In profusionwhen
Mrs. James C, "Sonny"
Smith entertalhc with a morn. ,... .. {
log breakfast for members of the
Dorothy Clark Clrdeof First

H Q1t -"fie"s Baptist The delightful Church morning party The store that will perk up your home is Terrell's I

was held at the Smith home,
Thursday home of draperies and fine carpets.

'Ie The Individual tables placed In If you are planning on dressing up your home for I

the marked family with and miniature living rooms floral were art the holiday season, call us NOW! Fabric selection, i

II rangements.Following breakfast, a brief measuring and choosing colors, plus installation takes I

business session was heW, this time. The season is near at hand and the rush will soon
being the flret meeting of the
---- new year begin. Don't be disappointed, call us NOW!

,/,>< ;.'" Mrs. James Keating prevent.ed "THE HOUSE OF DISTINCTIVE HOME DECORATING
'. an Inspirational devotional
1 The chairman, Mrs. Jeen B_

NICK ROUBOS, OWNER sett conducted the meeting
Guests were Mrs James Dee IDEAS"I
ver, Mrs. Ken Manuel, Mrs.

Breakfast Luncheon Dinner Junes ,Stone Mrs., Mrs.Key Jack Bvrtnett Me.Conchy .

""" Mrs Dttftejr Backer, Mrs. K.C. I
f Home of the Finest CHARCOAL BROILED PRIME STEAKS, OF CORN-FED BEEF Backer, Mrs. John Hsygood,
Mrs BUM, Mrs Don Driver,
... Birthdays and Private Parties Mrs H. D. Howard.. Mrs. Elton
We Cater To Weddings
Landahl Mrs. Van Powell,Mrs. I 1550 HAVENDALE BLVD. )

PRIVATE DINING ROOM Keeling Mrs. Clarence Pee. .
Mrs Harry Griffin and Mrs.
On Hi-Way 17-oth St. & Ave. F, N.W.-WINTER HAVEN, FLA. Phone CY 3-4334 Melton Godwin Jr. OUR DECORATOR ESTIMATOR.

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DAILY NEWS-CHIfF. Sunday, October I II. H4\ ,.t' S
Auxiliary Plans Coffee Miss Crosson Weds Mr. Moran In Lovely Church Ceremony

The Jut-Phyl Village Ladies ladles of the village, at the next Yt sti'nla\ morning in St.
Auxiliary met this week at the regular meeting. This will be on Thomas itholic Church of
.hose of Mrs. I George Thorn- .
November 10th at the Fire Station Bart"\I MIKB Pauline Jeanette
hill. Mr. James Pearce prodded at 8 p.m.
cr""nn.: daughter of Mr and
and welcomed a* a new A bake sale will be held at Mr.
I' Cresson. of Bar
member, Mrs. Frank Wilson the Jan-Pbyl Grocer on Oct,
The annual Fall Festival that ber 24th starting at 10 a.m. tow became the "bride" 01
the ladies have given for the Members enjoying refreshments Janus F Moran of Lake Alfred
last few years, was discussed, of cake and coffee *ere and Gainesville. son of
and due to such a small membership Mesdames RoCr,\s,,IT j Mr and Mrs M. J. Moran ol rW.AAiI: { 'IUCANNA.TIONAL
- there will not be one James Hunter, set I chu't' tc iAlstr Lake Alfred
.. held this year.It Robert Addbsor J ir The beautiful DANKS
t. has decided to have an Open es Connell Lucien ,\kcFt.lnk attended ceremony wan
by a large gatheringof
.9 House Coffee, for all the Wilson and carl Ilp-k frinnds
and relatives The
4 Rev James C Fahey vas
celebrant! of the Nuptial M u is*
P Progress in Operation 1 at ten a m

exl8 ? l Mrs Stanley ('oh., i"f 1 ak.
land was voralist" and Mrs
1 ,;," Norman Grevnawalt of Lit l
tow Will organic

WAai.A The church wa txautiiulh,
y o ti : decorated with a backgroundof (
n palms for attar now,'rs in
Iia MERCHANDISE TIIAfS BEST FOR ,r'' crescent designs Chrysanlhi
mums and gladioli unplaced ,
on either lid of the
Li A PRICE THAT'S LESS! ii '1 Crucifix! The alter war covered
,. Ini with an embroidered lace

i This Is Our Goal at Acer : i 1 clothThe bride was given In

"yr marriage by her father Her
al.a You may serve yourself or be lerved.IS I i 7wN exquisite formal gown was
fit j .. of rhanlllly lire and taffeti
Our customers must be tatisfied cuitomen The lire bodice I was' lash-

'+2.p ;..., lon.dI Ith a ahrlna nerk
ao V Our diviiion manager ere well potted and line with iridescent sequins

dr and peirli. The dleevei lap i
able to help you just esk
ered to points over her
HIM hands The full taffeta
elY V Our stocks are the broadest in this area. If skirt once
MM caught up at Inter
you don't find it ]just ask vain by Hut bows, revealIng .
1/1' tiered lace ruffle, A

rr \S Name brand merchandise at Ace iN x7V rrynlal prince crown hl'ld)
her bouffant veil of Illusion

title i> Quality the Ace (right) Price. and the carried a rairaile
bouquet of white ort'tilth and
II ACE SETS THE PACEand lilies of the alley.
! Mist CeleMine Moran of
0A the I.ake City. tinier of the brit,
groom was maid of honor
G Ace Price 1$ The Right Price .' Ml Yt ,'( '"t\.. "1',3\:\' bridesmaid for her sister! at
WI"ter Mews Al The attendants, were attiredIn

No.1 fkepplaq Confer ttrett length gowns of blue
r.d. dmaWarn 1A111A11 earn_ MRS JAMES F. MORAN utIn brocade" with matching

..e.u headpieces Each carried a
blue and while cancaile, bouquet .
of chrysanthemums and

a 0n.x t n Political Book Is ReviewedAt served rarnathins Matthew If. bant J man Moran for his Jr a year forgrowing

brother Ushers were William
J Casey and DontM F lla
ill. Woman's Club MeetingThe Sir !

The hrtdo't mother wore
royal] blue rrrpe with blarkaeeeaaorlea
Job flanked by a pair of ceramic
.ice wl first book review of the and" a while orchid
aie pheasants. The luncheon! chair
r fall Woman's Club season wattivt'n .
-o fs man Will Mrs. D, E, Nelson corsageMr 1964 has been of
Thursday at the clubhouse She was assisted by Mesdames Moran mother of the a year growthfor
on Lake Howard Drive by Mrs.
Thomas s. Garber The book George Andrews, JI, O. Atkins, bridegroom war gowned' In a the American National
n Earl W. Daum, C. W, Bowman, beige brocade" sheath. with carnation
reviewed was "The Politics of
N Misrepresentation" by William W. A, Bradford, Anna C. Teller, accessories and a while" Banks with a brand new bankIn
Elsie Moore, Palmer orchid corsage.
Havard and Loren Beth. George
F The book reviews some of and J. R, Peck After the ceremony. the Cypress Gardens at ,South

toet the differences In lit and pops Mrs Eugene Borda of Frost bride prenrnled lllesaeil' Mary east Plaza and a beautiful new .
.t illation since the adoption of proof, Conservation Chairman with, a beautiful bouquet. nf
m the Florida Constitution, the tor the Florida Federation of valley lilies and rhryaanthe building now going up In down-
" population Increase from one Woman's Clubs was the afternoon mum.,
m Inside Before Remodeling to five million and the change speaker The Woman'l A reception wan held In the town Winter Haven. We are
clubs, rice said, have helped to
from a more rural population Parish 1111
to one that encompasses many beautify the state by planting The bridal party received' proud of our accomplishmentsin
cities and municipalities. It refers 53 thousand pine trees through guests before a hackitround of 1964 and the vlsable
the "Pennies for Pines" In
to Florida as a one party palm
r atate. Any one can run forlegislative which each club contribute only The bride's table featureda sion. However the expansionand
8.w Winter Haven'sMOST offices In Florida by one penny per member but more ,
paying; 5 j per cent of the annuiil trees have been planted over the floor length loth of nab growth of our community
In mil |tare. the three tieredwedding
years than there are membersin
salary of Die office he runs for,
which makes for more personalized the entire F. r, W, C. tike held! traditional pleases us more for It Is an Indication
A. In II forest areas protected by bridal statuette*.
18 PROGRESSIVE and MODERN politics to a treatdecree
since there are not the ranger Th. refreshment Uble of the spirit and activity -
i several party machines andor- She cited a 3 per cent tax carried out the brlile' thus of the citizens of
anlzatlons to which candidates on recreational supplies has en colon, blue and while, our
. must adhere been levied which will bring 50 and wa centered with I community. The American Na
DRUG STORE Mrs. Qarber reeommeml million I dollars to be spent far liver candelabra, earns
I the book for personal reading conservation In Florida this lion and rhrytinlhemum. tional Banks are community
perhaps skipping some of the year and that one county had Aieinting. In hospitillllei
J more technical chapters and requested 24 million, ftie suggested were Mr Raymond Nfulltns oriented organizations and are
that each of the 14
reading value those to women of most such Interestan as the en's club cHetrloti work and Bowling Green; Mr R MDeane vitally concerned with the welfare -
I talk to their legislators and try HlgMsml City, Mn
one on "Lobbying In the Florida
We take this opportunity to thank all of our many Legislature." to find places MtiaMe for wildlife James R CorMn LakelandMra : of the community, Its
I or other eonservetloiiprojects C W RohertMi' Lakeland
Announcements made Includ- citizens and their well being.
throughout different Highland. Mia Becky
District 9 Tour, al Auliurndde
I friends and customers for making our growth and on October 26; District 8 Workshop districts' Jones. Rrsdley Miss Ann We like to think of our cuss I
on Law Enforcement on Quell both nf Rartow and
I possible. November 4, at Lakeland; Polk VARY SANDWICHES Mlai Paula rVnnlngton, Lake tomers as friends, and as
progress County Woman's Club Card WASHINGTON (VfI>If a sand. land the past
I Party on November 18, at Lakeland which la to be the "...1ft c dleli" Aftrr the" reception, I the we hope
? for the benefit of the Polk parked In a hl"cI\.*, give II a bridegroom parents. Mr and year has been good to them
I WtT4ia County Woman's Club scholarship high-protHn filling, says U. 1. Mrs M J Moran, entertained
fund and the Needlework Department of AgrteultwemrtrUUonista with dinner al the Cypress and that the future will bring
Guild Ingathering on November4th Garden Dining Room Guests I
I at the Clubhouse Mrs, Vary the fillings to avoid mo.notony were member of the Immediate them happiness and success.
I Owner-Pharmacitt Ceorie Palmer chairman not Try naked cooked fish fsmllle of the couple,
ed a change In the date of the with chewed raw ....11I. and and. members of |the bridal
Style Show to Tuesday evening salad dreaetag, or eoM baked party
I November 10 at the clubhouse
beans moistened with tnkk eMU
when fashions For her wedding trip to the
wUl be shown
sauce: diced sweet pfekle, and
Beaches the bride
Gulf worea
I for everyone from tots to their thinly sliced onto or eumHnber.
great-grandmothers. blue three.Dice* dni.Me knit

I r t S A sandwich luncheon was autl with Mark sccosenrtet -
Qfeacje I? served from a tea table decora!. To save on clean. lag expeoeM, and a corsage from her boo
I t l ed In a harvest theme with a give a suit a vigorous shake be. .net
simulated tree above an arrangement fore putting In on a IiIMc If.TM Mr and! Mrs Moran win reside .
of fresh and permanent helps to remove wrkklee. and re.adjusts st 3001 Aouth lf* lhorne
I fruits and vegetables. the fiber. Road (>slnetvllleTOT

I I mi 'l Ji Ij

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New bonk of Southern flax
s I! I In Cypress Gardes

I I ruft& '

I Inside After Remodeling 0

1 Tnce'g Casual Town now o/f/ ., f; 3

a beautiful unction of oock.*fl

I Be Sure to Register for Our Daily Jackpot and dinner dre* g.

I See our now FeB

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Quality Tells The rlco Sell New !kwiUiaq I I. ckw.htwi Winter H....

279 W, CENTRAL AVE.MAX DAY Owner.Pharmacist CY.2903 121 THUD STIin. N.W. DOWNTOWN WINTER HAVEN sees fo M completedJanPhyl '
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DAILY EW5.C Sunday October 10, 1964 Page 6

Scenes From Annual Press Party

I II I t the L31EI1io BOYS' & GIRLS' WEAR

at aMMt pJleahiM.g ph1.ee6-


4.98 through 10.98 f'



i r 10.98 AND 12.98 L1I: i

The Children's World k .
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I J 357 Third St. N.W. Ph. 293-8749
MRS. JACK RYNERSON (right)serves Mr*.Earle
Rabb: refreshments at the Annual Press Party The PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ACROSS FROM CITY HALL
P.irti was given for Presidents and Press Chair OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
men of local Women's organizations.

ENJOYING[ the festive Press Party given this week" the Dsll; Kaw: CMofatthe!
Lake RegtonYacht and Country Club are(left to rlcht, seated) Mr: R, D. ;dwell! and Mrs r ( ,,1AL.i
I John Q. Stanford, and (standing)Mrs Arthur Wllllts and Mi' \in ', Curr:tteBRENGLE'S <". .



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Women who know quality will find it at Cummingj1. Furniture created by Amer.
iea't foremost designers and craftimen. Let us prove that real quality costs far
LIMITED TIME ONLY less than you think.
Grandparenti' lent ewer's idor- ITYU It .. Ottl MiMlurt. 1iM
able tiny IIOM lorieoutlybtonnd air|, IH.M IIMII. NOW 14trril t i"r.L
*i Ids timt .pukt. N riitoer i loot ifrft mi
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Give thm Iht gift e i last. $ill. fit ptwos NOW IJ ,
Ins thrill I end watch h'lr licit ITTlt II Onii flpu.il.M
1jt Ml III.n I'onn NOW D"ITKll \
light up Chrlttmet Day. I
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BRING SHOES IN TODAY! SALE ENDS SAT., NOV. 7 I I i l e. 1 1 ib t 1

'10'/. Savings Coupon on each purchase e 4c j kn k-

- - - - I'HARM: COLUMN, Mrs 'e.
CANT COME IN I Paul ,:sutton rights, relates to ? I :
Ml Mt aw.ll I Mil ".................................................... Mrs Paul Brown some of the f *.*v 1. .
(MM, *diet' loop I Cl iII.IC| M Insbib |. Add,................................................ plans she has for her column 'I (
t 6 eitr.......................,.. ..slat............. Mrs this fall during the pressparU ( I
.. Drown prepared the paper -
i' submitted bthe GardeniaO # :
Brengle's Jewelry : Club in the News Chief l / +
contest for Its Community Service '
FREE 132 THIRD STREET SW.Vi Award. The award silver
PARKING Hock S.et Port Office bowl, was presented to the Car- ;1jt : ( k s f : S w
IN REAR denia part .Club as a highlight! of the ZIP' \ l :: .

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It took Max Factorto 1. t' I
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\\\1Hltltr I &.tCHf2JsrMAs" make me blush... I AVAIIARLI CHARGE PLANS TO SUITa"

Y I \' .we'll work tuoiulersI
I more than a make- -

t up..,it's a natural

glow of color that I and it'll cost yon nothing more !

stroke on with this
\ silky little brush.

C5cs=Bs=> Cumming's has recently expanded their Studio or Interiors.

r 1. Experienced, professional decorators are at your service, no
I use it over or in fjM added charge, to help you make your dream home come true

place of make-up... I l J They will advise room layout plans, assist in correlating furniture
t i styles, fabrics and colon, aid in selecting the proper car
all over my face. peting and draperies to complete your home. The extensive

f. Now I'm the girl *" displays at Cumming's will l lend inspiration to your decorating

ambitions. See a brilliant array of all that's fashionable in today's

__ e f ". who blushes before !' world of interiors. Come in and browse around.

a compliment. It's r

of the newest in boys' MAX FACTOR ir1ci.
ceived I complete shipment ;
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and cjirli' bicycles, complete with headlamp and G --
lighted taillights It'. not too early to lay away now FURNITURE

for Christmas

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r Your Miner's R.Heotyen iDon't -....,"" Founders Club Enjoys ProgramThe

general year's theme, ways to puncture them tor Alvln Decker reported on the
Show Your Age "Using our Lyes":; of Founders
drainage. She also listed the field trip to the correctional;
Garden Club of Lake Alfred
many plants which may be set Institute in Avon Park in September -
JENNWE SUTTON was continued In the Oclabermeeting out at this season Penta ent- Mrs. C. L. Smith reported -
By this week, the
ualng tlnis were distributed to all on the District IX Workshop -
think safe but You be specific program topic.t "Usingour member held In Lake Wales at the
Ma\lx \ oU your scoot is you're wring may Eyes to..see Horticulture" .
Mr* John II. Parker, presIdent Circle F. Dude Ranch September -
shcwniK older\ t than actually are each time you climb Mrs Maurice Patrick and Mrs.C .
MUM! age '"it 1 appcu ing you conducted the first business M, 90 and Mrs. Smith and
tin stan-. I s'nl! \ilh _n ,or i M'' mid and out of cart. True the older we get M. Shinn, Jr. were hostesses session of the year and Mra. Parker will represent the
I i,. But with exercise and program speakers com- following routine committee. reports club at the annual District t MeetIng .
l ll'I" .tit t 1 II. v" I u'HH i iM trl i it is to move gracefully. bined.
tile club voted to participate In Fort Myers Friday. October -
and i':' 1 H'. w ..1'I i l I'' n 11 i i),.' ajiptar youthful in our movements. Mrs Shlnn demonstratedseed 'in the 10?; per mem- 16th
flats 4ml explained how to her contribution to the Cor The Halloween moftw.lopre.cloml",1nt \ .
Getting Into cars poses quite> prepare gardens, and 1 it.uu! n"w rerltrolal'! Institute \von Park. in IliO fitrirk home
a hurdle for some women. for sprim flowoi s. fisc "d 1 If r,11, ", ,
n"! 'IIMjlbutfl Hi 1\11' \Lou
r u "a u"i o J 1 t'l'1 If'1t color
t! t Some fill in. some beck In. pan tl10 elom l .i,, it1. > oIf 'hotl '"t temr' ,'I AI "" <'mei>t 'J 1"Id, II' "t ,. hl'm"I I I Ie I rul; Lathe
Some get half in but their 1t '' >IX milk 1 I u] ,itn I I 11 dct H\, v" U f'lre.lm i ,, "' .;:.1"" the
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"r f ij
ftot are still outside and they ) f i j jtor "
i "Jr'1"1'' i i I'f t' J :c ;i'
HIM lo come out and try ill :!coral 0 .,' '''T'-C" ,' ::11"" 'r IX-'I\, I Mi 1

ou'r again .
1 1i
In Jill of these Instances
they menage to give the impression \ i.ti .

of awkwardness, The ..
secret lies in the approach -.

You stand graceful. erect I ...-' .
beside the> open door of the 'r. 1 th .
car facing forward Keep 1
both legs together, fret for .
ward Then In a quick smoottt ..
movement. bend your body to
ward the car a> though you
were going to tit down sideways
(which you are) As you
do use a slide In" motion to
put body to car seat. quickly
swing both legs up and into &
the car together. not so far #
ipart that one leg Is In and the STQITNED BEAUTY If you are very adept at J
The tiny and graceful The powerful versatile The THINLINEV, Sono-
other dangling curbnide knlttlnr; have a ftreat deal of patience and you get ,
MIGHTY WISPS, tucked MODEL 300 with CERA tone's ultra slim eyeglass
bu\ now, tn knitting; day and night you will have time
Special care is needed when to imitate this exquisite shimmering sweater for the behind the nr Such in PHONIC LISTENING for i model. Designed to cor
getting into foreign cars This holidays ahead. Mrs Ronald McKtnnls created this easy way to hear again! new thrill In clear hearing rest most hearing losses.
h rills for a much lower bend masterpiece, using boucle yarn and 21,500 iridescent
when sequins A sequin was knitted Into each stitch of the
and thrust of the body
entering. glamerous creation, modeld here by Mrs.Paul button JUST 3 OF THE MANY FINE MODELS
If 'you have to get into the From SONOTONE'S Complete Line "e'Mq'
back seat of a two door car,

don't we can linger only, half advise in, that half you out HIBISCUS SALE \Which hearing old can help )'011ltft', how Sonoione can help with

Practice fluid movement In everything you do, even of the car. It can be a most most? your personal hearing; problem -
to getting Into and out of a car Mr. Herman Granda unattractive position. A hearing loss is is individual and Your experienced Sonotone Hearing
I i Is our model, Saturday and Sunday Only Oct 17 t IIUP distinct as a fingerprint, Aid Consultant will scientifically test .
I Practice fluid movement in (How, then, do you determine the and analyc your hearing select ho
everything you' do no matter 00 proper l lilting from hundreds of combi- proper model and expertly fit it to your

Mrs. McDaniel Gives ProgramFor of what teenagers your presentage can manage/ A lot to 3Monroe's for S1 nations' It tales an expert to know, loss for maximum hearing benefits.

look like stiff legged automa

Garden ClubbersMrs Irons never. too too late That to why acquire it's Hibiscus Nursery CollorvisUusfoday SQN O T O N E

Tn4ey. Oc. 10, 10 10 AM t. NOOK Oonorlo. end repair! fey ell Heerla0 AWt.

Irby McDaniel present. shop meeting will be a continua.
ed the program at the regular lion of the previous material
meeting of the Bouquet Garden presented
Club this week at the home of Mrs. Thornhill served coffee
Mrs. George Thornhlll. and Individual cakes decorated
Mrs. McDaniel prevented a for the Halloween season She SERVING WINTER HAVEN FOR OVER r
basic course In simple arrange was assisted by the co-hostess, J JII
ment of flowers; stressing de. Mrs. J. J. Bennett
sign of basic pattern of dominant Those attending Included Mes. n
form to achieve order and beau. dames Fred Arrington, Archie i,
ty Principals of design such as Campbell, H. A. Carroll, L. B. .
scale, balance, rhythm, focus, Carter, W, M. Cone, C. F.Dem. .1.iI
color and harmony were lllus. ing, R. P Gogglns, Phil Cutler .
trated with drawings Arrange ret, Larry Rollins,FredSchnet. 30 YEARS
meats were made showing design zler, J. T Smith, Frank Spar.
types, row, Roy White, T L. White.
Following the talk, the mem. head, J, B Williams W S.
bers Interpreted their Ideas In a Young, W. H. Hartman, frby Mc. I
workshop This year's programis Daniel, A. B Westphal andC C.
designed so that each work. Reeves.
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DAILY ':'fY'S.CHIEf. Way" October 18. 19" P.,r 8

Carnival Air Will Prevail At Annual Bazaar To Be Held Next Saturday In S St. Paul's Parish Hall Pantry Shower For Miss KnorrA I

clever Pantry bower was received all sorU of fancy: spice -
i The Parish Hall of SI. Paul' Mr. Marshall Hampton and man of the Handicraft Booth man of the Pantry Shelf Booth urprlsw. ed from 11:30: a.m. to I p.m. given for Mi *Jean Knorr Wednesday *, Jam, jellies, cheese, relishes
I Elpetaopal Church will be transformed Mrs Donald Stone. with Mr.. Jack Straughn, CoChairman offers only home made Item.; Chairman of the Dining Room for H. and a complete turkey evening at the home of canape spread and all
into a gay, colorful place Mrs F. Lynn McNeer is will have apron, cake, cookie, Jams, Jellies, 1* Mr*. Clarence W. Smith, dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. for Mr. Herman L. Jane with such essential article for a
wWh a earnlval air, for the Fall Chairman of the Church Corner dish cloth,canisters pillows, candies, bread., pickles, and with Mr. Jack Allen Co-Chair- 150. No meal served without Mr. J. M. MOOTRIM U co- well-stocked pantry _If.
FMttval next Saturday,accordIng Booth. A large assortment of sewing buntl. etc. miscellaneous food.. Mr*. Coffee be obtained tickets and meal ticket must hofltee The party table was covered
to the Decorating Com- religious Christmas cards will Mr. Irving B. Hardy,Chairman Clare McClaln I* CoChairman man. time from may 1 to 5 be purchased In advance. Telephone On arriving Miss Knorr and with a red checked cloth and
mlttee, Mrs. Richard Hanley, be available, as well as Christmas of the Jewelry Booth will and other Committee On any till Committee are: Mr p.m.*. St. Paul' Pariah Hall her mother, Mr. Carl Knorr, the table appointment were in
Mrs. John LaFrandra Mrs.Jack wrapping paper, tags and offer, pins, earring, necklace member are: Mrs O. B. Ca- James G. Blair, Mr*. Marshall Office Cy 3-8179. On ml*Committee each received coragea of green milk china. The centerpiecewas
I! W. McKay Mrs. Guy Van Mar- .. .. Also chapel caps and *, etc, china, silver, crystal boon Mr*. Sue Fisher and Mr. Dougherty Mr. Ruasell Hales, are: Mr*. Chance X. and white carnations. a white compote dish of
ter and Mrs. Frailer Mooty. carves, Madonna., crosses antiques, all donation that Emory Nonnaat.Mr Mr*. Harry King Mr. Helen Balfour, Mr.. Percy Burmaa- A spice identification and food fruit with a set of hen androoster
Mrs. Marshall E. Schoen- and chains, medals, Bibles, might be found In a Jewelry Kliuty Mr. Hart McKUlop, ter, Mr*. Donald Fouat. Mrs. game were played with prlce and red candiea.
thale, Jr., chairman of the Festival Prayer Books,etc On her Com- .tor*. On her Committee are: *. Charles Walsh, ChaIr- Mr. William L. Raley, Mr. Scott Glbeon, Mr. Bertram going to: Mr. W. A. Slm- Refreshment of carrot cake
and Mrs Raymond V. mittee are: Mr. Charles X, Mr.. M. Cecil Bower, Jr., man of the While Elephant Booth Charles H. Raynor, Mrs M. G. W. Hart Jr., Mr*. O. R. Leeds amton, Mr. C. F. Demlng and old fashion peppermint and cln:
Been, co-chairman, have set the Balfour and Mrs. M. G. Sim Miss Martha Haynes, Mr. Robert baa Mr. Eric W. Bull, Mr*. Simmons and Mrs Varrlck Mrs. Hart McKUlop, Mrs J. Mr. C. J. Hannon. namon candies, nuts and coffee -
hours for the Festival from 11 mons. Hurt, Mr. Phillip Nyn on, Edward J. Hughes and Mr*. Smith. Bernard Scott Jr., and Mrs. The honoree's gift were pi"esented were served to approx-
am. to 7 p.m. on the 24th. Mrs. William Hoffses, chairman Mr.. Rosemary Lockwood, Lovlck Smith on her Committee. Lunch and Dinner Chairman John G. Wood. In large food decorated Imately twenty-five guest.
I The Festival Is sponsored by of the Doll House Booth, Mr. Jack McKay and Mill Remember a white elephant to is Mrs Robert E. Shriver with The Episcopal: Young Churchmen brown paper grocery baits. Sheladies'
! I aU the women of St. Paul's will display Items such as Tam Phyllis Smith. someone may be a treasure to Mr.. George Schroll, Co- will sponsor a refreshment
Episcopal Church. Many have my and Barbie doll clothes, crocheted F. Chair- you. Have fun unwrapping a Chairman. Lunch will be serv tend at the Festival which will
Mr Max Moyer '
been working all through the doll hats, stuffed toys, be open throughout the day serving Loafer Valuesby
11 summer on beautiful hand made .lc.ln adoU house.On this Committee '" hamburgers soft drinks,
articles for the various booths are: Mrs C. B. Ewell, I etc. The Boy Scout,Troop S65,
Mr. Sidney Carter, Chair- Mrs. James C. Pearce, Mrs. will have game, a magic show "BOOTSTER1
man of the Thanksgiving and Bill Thorpe and Mrs. Roberto : popcorn etc., to entertain the
Christmas decorations booth, Wagner ,_/' \ t Younger Set.Helpful, F..t..... :i. "SEVENTEEN"
will offer hand-made original Mrs. William B. Lemons, th
creations for tables, mantelpieces Chairman of the Gardening 00 In styli wsarln,. those f..hlonabl..
I Christmas trees, hand Booth will offer plants, containers HintsDon't comfortabl. loaf.r. Th.,',. soft and
decorated egg shells and cand- etc. Mrs Bushrod
I Hxiblt, with the hand vamp
I I lei, etc., for sale. On her Clement Mrs Gordon Mac-
I Committee are: Mrs. Joseph Calla and Mrs R. H. Mootyare s allow children to eat that'1 to wiry Importing /
Brandon Mrs. George Cham- on this Committee lollipops, popslcles or ice cream
bliss, Mrs J. Madison Davis Mrs Tony Kalogridis, Chair-. on a stick while riding. A bumpor SPECIAL Thru Saturday .
'i a swerve may turn the treat
to $8.99
: Into a threat to the child's eyes, Regularly
t t\1teSS\t\ i mouth and throat
I I A 100.watt bulb gives out more

\ with than 50-watt twice bulbs a*,much For light maximum as two $488 ; .AVAILA.LE Inw, .:':

light, use one bulb of higher : Cordovan Ilea. Tes
I WINTER HAVEN wattage, rather than two small
ones that add up to that wattage.

.-.. -"" Y Before using a pesticide,read
the label carefully to see If you $588 QC1kiilllh1sC
must wear gloves or protective LEATHER Nn'
We salute WinterHn.n' t
-j clothing SHOE SALON :JSC: : .,
growth and

we ere delighted to

be e part of its -- -. YOUR SAVINGS DOLLAR EARNSEOA4

great progress Jane 'u-il

Ann Casuals, one of
Winter Haven't AN EGG TREE and such a beautiful one. Mrs. Marshall Hampton and her daughter,
Lynn have decorated several dozen of e:;;:* for the bazaar to be held .Saturday at St. Paul'.
newest Ladles' Parish Hall.

,udy.to.wur.hop"b.li.v.d ,
strongly in

Winter Haven't future MRS FRANCIS COLE ay b, .,
Stew M MV.r .
end moved into
this new modern

shop In Down Town.

I I I We with to thank our many new friends and wonMRS. I ,,

derful customers for

their fine patronageand

In showing our

thanks we will con

.neat tinue to dock the

many fine lines of

ladies' ready to r

wear that you delire. -

1 : Vfe"to N! look e bright forward filM; t uflot'Ffie WoV all)11 of CiJl iztm Jfa1H

end progressive future ... --- -- FLORIDA
In Down Town NEVER: LAYbO: bCCS: LIKE THIS the ceramicchickens
1 .,..'{ Winter Haven seems to be u'Jn; : These are equUltely Sit WEST CENTRAL AYE PHONE 293-5151
MARGARET TAYLOR embellished with velvet and braid, with miniature

Alii.... M9" figurines inside.Eggshells .

Become Glamourous I 74% 1pue !

With bits of ribbon lace, They have been working on
braid sequins paint tiny these during the summer and
figure and lots of patience, each Is an exquisite creation
,UVf NNcnrvec.r Mrt Marshall Hampton and First Mrs. Hampton cuts a To oil our friends and customers, who In the
her daughter Lynn, have good.sized hole In the side of v past two years have been so kind to patronize
transformed several) dOl e n the eggshell deans It. us. We appreciate your faithfulness greatly.To .
and when it I I. dry enamels
ordinary eggshells which
serve you better we are moving our
would normally have been it, Some require more than store to 767 CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD next
thrown Into beautiful one coat and In some casestakes ,
away to Cummings Furniture across from Southeast
several days to dry
Winter Haven decorations. Then she decide what she Plaza Shopping Center We will have ample

wants the finished product to parking, facilities for your convenience, so come
I I look like when completed. For i r set us at your leisure. We will bt most
Instance there Is one wherea happy to serve you. Watch for our GRAND
tiny lamb looks as thoughhe k OPENING in November. Meanwhile come In and
BIG VALUES Is Jumping! over a fence browse around and look at our specials. Wt are
and out the opening of the offering you this week great savings.
14 egg there is a ballerina!
For Woodall't dancing across a stage a Yours truly .
uhimlscal Santa Claus an ,. ) .
owl perched In a tree etc c lay ,{ u.c r .: 2ld11L
fh ANNIVERSARY Most are so cleverly executed MR. & MRS. LE ROY R. CRIES
that a three dimensional ef
feet Is achieved'
i Braid and ribbon are used I Start with the Newest Addition

MAPLE 7-Pc. Walnut ot Blond Baby Bed rough effectively edges so at there all where are the no Meet the BRAND NEWWESTINGHOUSE r i' 1 ESTINGHouslINSTANT : 'a.

I Bedroom Suite shell was cut. -
Bunk Bed SetCompl.t. Compute with Mattress The eggs, so perfect for LOADING LAUNDROMAT ..trQ.lW' -'
Dubl D.....', BookCM atd Christmas decoration, are ON
with Mru. Cs..,, Box tpfMIKIMI ', h S99S sequins '
with sparkling
| rum S.d Pillow.Reg. ., glittery l 23INCHONLY
and rhinestones everything

21900 Imaginable has been [ .. !'fdi 4
NOW 8888 NOW 15988 NOW 3988 used to Mrs.make Hampton each a haunted masterpiece tt .

shops, and badgered her 1' .U
7-Piect friends into doing the same "..-. F
Mattress\] 5-PIECE thing on their vacations In ----- : )tlOf'r'. M 22995
search of the tiny figurines ..."'....: WiT
Box Spring Living Room Group Dinette Set used In the egg sheila h.nemiui t.{ alt r. I
Of special' beauty are those e ugq.af II MODEL a no
Fa.nsve Mil. .4c1i.f Tibm S.l.' aid a CxkUil* choir Tiki e ,I Step In the religious group Theseare \. /.q. le Ib.. uoclty.I. I Cutout Sinn. ,..,'" Herdlloar'
Ihd l will !led Itt y..rt, e a Tiki tempt with Foam Seats breathtaking, and each i I. D.ulol. adiet walhinqfhenugh II
features Madonna and child. : y.t q.ML.le .
.. I Reg.19.50 6988NOW Re 3988WALNUT
NOW with velvet and embellished' Mw ',reef ltd w1N1 t,nYl.. -
with braid. These may be ti." ."..... (
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DAILY NEWS.CHIEF, Sunday, October 18, 1964 Page 7

Collecting Matchbook Covers Is Interesting Hobby -

Ask Marty Deer for a match piling up, decided to (o Into Is that of the Century of Progress to
can Casa
and he'll probably Ml you he It you go Blanca Morocco -
doesn't have World's Fair, In 1114. or any of the countriesIn
am .but he..has Deer has his
matchbook There are not many complete tile world .If In
matebbook covers you ANNIVERSARY
numbering In
covers mounted, for the most MIl of this still around. One
the political Isn't
the thousands.ThU part, In mood,and who
huge albums. Every of Uw oldest dates back to the this close to election you can KN
non-smoker hu beenan ei
thing Imaginable Is represented oldest hotel .. taeewq
In I"
avid matchbook cover col- Broadway look through the" past as well
Including 2,000 different Second to none Is Mr. Deer's as present
lector for politicians as they ,
yesrs. Before mov Elks Clubs
every state In the
collection .
tnt here a while back from representing United smile up at you from the covers .
union many foreign countries, States Ships. Many of the covers .
Miami be bad over a million presidents talon. UM'wpl
But cabinet memo go back before the war. Such Thoughts of World War II Mr tpwn ee ee
moving them all
was impractical hers dating many years back ferrous .
ships as the Texas return u you see a propagandacover
half a million, so now This he represents only ha* a commemorative Department of Defense one The Wasp, West Virginia of MacArthur's immortal ..............- v .'
of Llndburg's and more recently, the Ill-feted
words "I Shall R 'turn".
a collection
thirty-five years flight In 1927. Army, Navy .
Thresher are represented.This and the many ships .many
Mr. Deer's
hobby started as Marine Corps officers .
name bbulous
collection not lost. almost
MAY forgotten
many do. Just happen so He them, and It's for sure he will only huge, but colorful and bscInatlng now except for a few and 'Woodcrest' Cotton
empty pockets after have them. ,.
to travel
you these making history now.Maybe .
a trip, and after r. ,
they started One of Mr. Deer's
prized set while relaxing In an armchair, you want to visit foreign Remnants in Fall's

., embeeslee..or y1'r. Interested -
.... In athletes of this and New Fall Colors
,. I... ...' ... .. ,;t' other countries and the tor-

I erwN' .. : S. : elgn advertising on coven are
I sm.e I" .,, I I firgyp, sure to spark some Interest. ..

I.... IJ,. -\ ;: :- =: 5 a language.even though you can't read the 00C

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There are matchbook cover a
i clubs, state and national for Yds.I e aJ

= === = = = = those who are Interested In
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t this Interesting hobb>'.And each 1

tJlJIJlJLS member Is always anxious to
help new collectors get started. 0 Would Be 49c Yd.
: : z : -- : : : : iiliii Of course the first rule Is, that bee If On Full Bolts
; ..
_; you remove all the matches : 1 r
,..- and destroy them, leaving only I 4 Sew a smart new Fall
= the covers. That's the reason yAAt wardrobe and tavel
Marty Deer never has a match OI Choose from a lovely

: ASEf election of 2 (o 10 ya

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= LOUIS (UPs) EdwardC 1
ti Schafer Is an American ; DRAPERY MATERIALBeautiful
citizen and King Edward I of I
I Blffeche, ruler of an African 1 1t

tribe ,
s Schafer drives an automobilewith :
!iiH Missouri license tags on Selection

-. -- _. --tc. t- the back and a special Kingdom Assorted Pattern and
.. ::In of Blffeche No. license. tag on 0
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--=:- :.. Schafer Is public relations director -
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'_...- "" -- -.-'0---: '..--; ;.-. _' Project for at the the Si.Missouri Louis Youth State \ REG. 59c!
OVER HIS HEAD In matchbook covers Is Marty Deer Collecting coven ha-; n Employment Service He also "
I this man's hobby for many years. He has thousands In his collection. directs public service radio and -
television programs In town
On one of his radio programs IYIAI liriACIMINT ftUAIANTII
HOUSEHOLD three years ago, Schafer interviewed AGAINST MICHANICAl DEPICTS

a woman from St.Louts, _
Senegal, who told him of a new
tribe In a barren area about 10
miles north of St. Louis, In

NEW REVLON'PROFESSIONAL' Ready.to.serve c e r e a 1 sin northwestern Africa.
multlpacks of small boxes may The woman told Schafer that
the tribe needed help to get
cost two or three times more
started. Schafer got a dozen
per ounce than the same cerealIn
larger box. friends interested and formed a
"Committee to Help Blffeche."

Use cushion glides, rubber "We sent money and the na-
castors or castor cups on furnl. lives sent us wood carvings and
HAl RSPRAY lure These will protect the fin paintings they have done"
Ish on floors when you move Schafer said "We sold them
furniture and sent back the profits"This
'er .
continual exchange so
There li no chemical differ improved Blffeche's
economythat .
ONLY once between cane and beet sug. when the tribesmen decided GRANT CREST
ar, says the U. S. Departmentof to elect permanent ruler ,,,
Agriculture TheymaybeuaedInterchangeably earlier this year Schafer was : ELECTRICBLANKET
In cooking the unanimous choice. ..- i .s
Schafer said he got In touch
,> with the State Department before -
frozen food,make
When buying
accepting to see If such
sure packaging material Is not an honor was legal.
< torn, crushed or Julc".talned. Sehafer Isn't an Idle king SOLID & STRIPE
Frozen food that Is exposed or
From this side of the Atlantic.
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I Jewett School Opened Doors

j": .. In 1910 With 4S Students

: ; Student Body,

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Faculty Have L- .


.. ... Grown SteadilyDuring

tiyyy } r ie 1 v

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the 1910 45 ,
t year a
t.r 4 excited youngsters entered the M, rt
Negro School located on Second ,

Street and Palmetto Avenue

: The faculty consisted of two
# l I
?, Instructors and the principal,

Mrs. Edwards.The .

j first principal was succeeded -

by the late Miss Clara ee
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Deweve a talented and progressive

woman, who served i
successtuly until her death.

THE RECREATION CLUB met one night this week In the beautiful home of Mrs. Annie The grade system as tar as

Lewis. The group was served and enjoyed a delightful repast. Pictured above left to right are: the eighth grade was started by I

II Seated, Annie Lewis, Hostess and Lulse Plummer :Standing; left to right are Mesdames Beaula a Mrs. Stevens who was an g diHr
IaI !1 n CI EI m
Lewis, Manella Plummer, Mattie M. Williams, There',a Durr, Elsie Young, Aldora Durham and energetic supervisor. Under ill m

Inez Robinson. This fine community group meets once ever, week her leadership the school plant

was converted Into a two-story

Get to saying that word in your building 1924 In 1920.In "The. Rosenwald M

Student: Body little sleep. better Do your school work a High" school was constructedon : .
than anyone else -
Ave 0, NE, by Seymourand 4:
I does it. That Is the margin of Craig Construction Co.This ae
w -
SUCCESS. building was constructed under

Hears Robinson If you will keep these wordsIn the auspices of the late Dr.
mind I
think that you will Mary B, Jewett, great human
a good school term
Itarlan. It was considered the

V The Jewett High School con. Life If queer, with its twists best equipped school In the

ducted their first assembly program and turns, As every one of us county. The late Dr. Anthony J.

last week featuring Canary sometimes learns; And manya Major was the principal.

Robinson, Principal as the main failure turns about When he Unfortunately, this beautiful

speaker. might have won If he'd stuck it Harris Named building was destroyed by fire,

1 The following Is a prepared out. Stick to your task, thoughthe the same year that It was built.

speech of Robinson's deliver pace seems slow You may The churches opened their doorsIn

ante: SUCCESSIt succeed with another blow order for the children to com

takes a little courage and a Often a goal is nearer than It Citizen Of plete their school term

little self-control and some grim seems to a faint and faltering The present site was originally

determination, If you want to man called Polk County Training It was the term of 1959-60 center of Interest. They are
is efficient
Joseph Darby an campus. The pupils were trans-
reach a goal, School Professor R. S. Knight that the Count :school Board
and amiable person who Is the ported by bus to the Jewett dedicating their lives dally In
It takes a good deal of strlv. Often The Week served as the principal. This presented to the people of Winter -
the straggler has givenup custodian for the school, High School Cafeteria for developing honest and reliable
ing and a firm and stern set site was purchased from Mr. Haven, an ,
When he might have captur.ed meals. At the beginning of the citizens In order that they will
chin, no matter what the battle and Mrs JiBuckner.The
and dynamic
the Victor's cup; And he The Instructional personnel, 1962-03 school term the workIng take their rightful places In
if you really want to win. following. nersons have principal In the of Rob-
learned too late when the their communities by becomingthe
night teaching assignment and cust- body was elated because a
There's no to made great contributions to
easy path glory; ert L. King
I slipped down How close he respectful parents of tomor
was odian remained unchanged dur- very beautiful dining area,
there's no rosy road to fame. Our community serving as principals Mr. King was a teacher of the
to the golden crown. Suc 'esa is ing the 1900-61 school year. kitchen and a six classroom addition -
a Life, however we may view It, ; Mr. Marcus A. Ingra- fourth grade at Jewett Elemen row.Their
failure turned Inside out,The sll. However, Miss Katie Lawrencewas were nearing completion.The belief Is that the school
Is no simple parlor game. him, Dr. J. W. Williams, Mr. tary School until his appoint
I ver UntS"iof the clouds of doubt, added as part-time secretary present enrollment is should be a "mirror" of life
You must take a blow or give James Walker, Mr. S.H. New- ment as principal ofthe '
primary :
And you Can never tell how close she has since become the 482, with flue Instructional staff and provide. experiences
one; you must risk and you must some, Mr. Maxwell W. Saxon school.
you are, It may be near when it full time secretary of the being Increased from 12 teachers through classroom practices
lose. And expect that in the Robinson the When King assumed the
strug. Mr. Canary present prln-
seems afar. So stick to the fight school to 20 teachers since the and out-of-school activities
gee you will suffer from the principal of the Jewett clpalshlp, the plant consisted of
when you're hardest hit; Its During the 19'!I-CO. 19M.C1. 19r9-CO school year lending!;; a fuller understanding -
bruise 1:lementary-Hlgh School sharedthe a main building that housed
when thing. seem worst that and 1961-62 school year there The facuin)Jewett Primer of the Ideals of American
But you mustn't wince or falter facilities of the present Jew- grades one and two and an exceptional .
mustn't Demociat
you quit. were no lunch facilities on the realize that the child a the (
If a fight you once begin. If you wish suttee in life, ett Primary School with the late unit. A wooden structure

I Be a man and face the battle make perseverance your bosom Mr. D. T. Jones during a por- of three classrooms knownas

that's the only way to win. friend, experience your wise tion 1946-47School year- the "Annex" housed grade

The successful person Is the counselor, caution your elder Mr. Robinson then moved tothe three. The school board had

one who does what he has to do brother, and hope your guardian present Jewett High School site Just completed a small central

yR at the time he hates to do it most. genius Unquote. where he Is still serving as heating unit for the main building

"I think I Can" four .
are principal.
Make good] Don't complain!
magic words that create success Do /
] things you are expectedto
; four magic words that when
do-and more. Don't waste
woven Into the fiber of our human .,
time In giving reasons why you Let Us PrayLet
thought can make all the dUo didn't, or couldn't or Wouldn'tor
Terence the world as to wheth. w Jl
shouldn't. The less you do,
er we succeed or fall, Patient the more )complain Efflclen.cy George Harris, a recent appointee us pray Dear Loving fath. with us, yet they belong not to

meditation, plus Information -keep that word in your heart to the Winter Haven er who knowest the need of each us.We

equal triumph. Police Department In the capac- of us, for thou hast set our may give our love but not
Happiness and success Include and our thoughts. For they have their
itof an Auxiliary Policeman, families apart, we pray.
the seven absolutes of life: 1& being cited as the Florence Please give us faith (Amen.) own thoughts, We may' house

Health, Beauty, Wisdom, Love, Villa Citizen of the Week. their bodies, but not their souls,
Friendship, Goodness, and God. for their souls dwell the houseof
To attain Harris was born in Tampa, Today I would like to say-
greatness a person tomorrow which we cannot visIt .
must excel, And to hold his moving to Winter Haven at an Let's have more faith in our
not even In our dreams ta
lion he must keep right on ex. earh age with his mother, Mrs youth I thank God for the many y
Llllle Mae Melvin, who has and who visit In
boys girls me
telling When a person does a Job We may strive to belike them,
superbly well he sets standard since passed. my home, and many of them
a but seek not to make them like
Harris was graduated from call me mother. They all treat
for himself that
people expect us. These words were spoken
the Jewett High School and me as If I was their mother. I
to live to
up They expect the prophet I pray we all will
I shortly thereafter was drafted feel that they are not our chil.
a Willie Mays to knock Home.I come to look upon every child
Into the Army Air Force wherehe dren but the and
are sons daugh.
runs, t Joe Louis to
score and love them as they strive to
stayed for three years dur- ten of life's longing for Itself.
a Willie GaUmor do good in their own wayLord
to make touchdowns, a James ing World War H. Harris spent They come through us, but not continue to give me more

I I Baldwin to write masterpieces, eight months in the Pacific from us, and though they are faith .
Theater with the 1869th Aviation
I and a Nat King Cole to sing his
Battalion, attaining the rank
heart out. There Is a four.word
of sergeant before being dis
'I recipe for success that applies
equally well to organizations or
Harris Is well known In the
business field of building con-
struction. He has contracted the OPEN HOUSE
To succeed In this modern
erection of several homes In
ate of the Atom, the Jet, and the .

Satellite, you need also a big .. our community
He's an active member of
charge of gumption guts and
NEW INTERN -Miss Rlche- various organisations in the
go. Even then, the only LAKEYIEW
way you lyna Davette Cooper of Jacksonville community Including: the Masons -
can avoid losing shirt Is to
you Is now located at the and the American Legion,
keep sleeves rolled
up. Jewett High School undertaking holding high ranking positions e
An unknown author has this to
her internship under the direc- in both organisations.Harris TWO NEW HOMES r
say about success and I quote
I, tion of Mrs Gertrude Wilburn is married to the
"When things go wrong, as they
who Instructs courses in Social former Frances McKennon, and
sometimes will, When the road
you're trudging seems uphill, Studies. Miss Cooper Is a senior they are the proud parents of 3 Bedrooms Ceramic Tile Baths
( at the Florida All M University four children. The Harris
When funds are low and the debts
in Tallahassee, In family are ardent members of
Vinyl Tile Floors with Plastered
are high And want smile :
4 you ,
Sociology After the completionof the First Baptist Church of
but you have to sigh, When care her studies this December, Florence Villa. The family resides Walls.

I i is pressing you down a bit, Miss Cooper hopes to attain a at 807 Avenue R., NE.Congratulations .

I Rest! If you must-but never position with the Public Welt George Harris -

f I quit. fare Department in MiamI. Economical Oil Heat NaOW

Low Down Payment .

VILLA SHELL $63.00 Monthly Payment

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In Florence Villa, Tarn Right on Sunset

The Progress of Winter Haven, Drive East.SUN.

For We Too Have Profited g Cl C Q. X U John Atchison

BUILDERS BUR.DSAs. teen.. President

Nathan Whltten, Dealer

Lemuel Geathers, Dealer

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'}Sunday, October 18, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEW>CHtE -WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Page Eleven

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REGIONAL CONFERENCE HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Little Master Bobble Vincent Drayton GOING AWAY The group above gathered tohoat Mrs Mildred/ Alexander who embark

the presiding Bishop and seated left along with his close friend Vincent Dlandre Inj soon to Join her husband who Is stationed In Germany The family of M/Sct. Calvin Alexander .
I Elder of Jacksonville; ; celebrated Ms sixth birthday The Informal gathering was will leave today and travel all the way by plane. The well wishers are, from left ti i right. I
Presiding Bishop by Bobbles parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert W, Drayton Mesdames Mamie Lu. Latter co-hotess| BeaulaLewis, ElizabethUirdan, Mildred Alexander,
Orlando; Rev. R. L. Lacy, ; 4th St., NE Many Happy Returns Bobble honor.; Eula Lewis, hostess; Judy Peters and Viola Johnson

,13 f\nm Persons New... National Lunch Lake Alfred News I I"h.

Woman's Day program the neccessltv of a well balanced -
DMITIED SATURDAY Or Old which was held at Bethel Bap meal Among those present

j" W Butler Jr Room Week IsBig list Church last Sunday was weret Mr. Shelly Boone, supt.
| SATURDAY day that we awaken to very successful and filled with of Schools of Polk Count; Mr

Lee Davis Ernestine the moring, it's NEW.. Inspiration.Miss Claude J. Ridley Area supervising -
Smith and Infant boy Smith. : after confronting the Ethel Isles of Lake Principal and maRl others .
ADMITTED SUNDAY and experiences, we SuccessThe Wales, and the special education ,
Verdel Major.DISMISSED. find It OLD. teacher of the Jewett Primary Mrs Lulu Brown Is confined
SUNDAYary the time that I have :school In Winter Haven to the Lily White Hospital In

Frances Mason and fortunate enough to be your principal, mans;;,>r and was the guest speaker. Her Tampa,
lant girl. : In the community of IUIU'hroom01 kC'rI of Jewell topiC of deliverance was the Mrs Eva M. King and Hen

ADMITTED MONDAY Villa I have tried High wish to thank the many "Forward Look." rletta McGrlff motored to Dar-
(Millie Ann Buchanan and to serve the common. parents and students In hilp Miss Isles' subject of conversation tow last Sunday to attend thefuneral
In the very best way that I proved to be quite services for Mrs. Illn-
[Bertha LeeDISMISSED. Ing to make the school I lunch
how. I have often stated enlightening to the people In .
MONDAY the task of relating the news participation during National attendance both of membersand son.Miss Nelwyn Clay was home
[ Tells and Rosa Mae School Lunch Week increase
Henry community was In Itself out of town visitors. fur the weekend, taking a little
Thorn... effort, requiring greatly :borne of the visitors Included time off from her studies while
r assistance of everyone During the National School ) Mrs E. P. lioberson, Win. attending the Junior College In
this week, this news. Lunch Week the school par. ter Haven; Mrs ArleneStalom, Ocala. .
Is depicting the progress ticlpsted in the following ac PRACTICE TEACHING Winter Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Ruth Crawford Misses
D. A. city of Winter Haven dur. tivitiee: shown above Is William A. Pal. Harry Bennett, also of Winter Doris Crawford and Gladys I
past fiscal year. A beautiful bulletin board tenon of Dlrmtngham, Ala. who Haven, along with guests from Watson visited Miss Naomi
too have made progress in the cafeteria was done by l. a senior at Florida AIM Haines City and surrounding Crawford In St. Peteriburt last
we have so much further to R<.nvy Lewis, Frances Johnson / majoring In Mathematics Patterson cities In Polk County Sunday. .
but the road to achievement and Benjamin Campbell Is the son of Mr. and Everyone truly enjoyed themselves Thai's all until next week,

when cooperative under Ihe supervision of Mrs. Mrs W. R. Patterson of DlrmInfham and the Bethel Baptist and may God keep YOU, .
are applied Church of Lake Alfred will
E D. CorbHt. Home Economics and lie IK In the advance
week I feature the writ. state of always leave Its doors open to
a 24 HOUR of Mrs Rosa M. Scott, a Instructor ROTC. lie plans training to enter with the the all. The Importance of all the figure -
The general public was Informed extremities In fall fashion-
who In her
woman own after The National Lunch Room
army his
of National School receiving commission head, neck, legs, feet. hands
OXYGEN tries to deliver spiritual upon graduation with Week was kicked-on with a
to the many readers lunchtk by newspaper sr the hopes of raining experienceIn program at the Bethel Baptist wrists- ',Ive. new Importance
I TRAINED along with the various mln. tides: announcements to psrrnts the field of space exploration. Church last Monday night to rings and bracelets, The
of community try their from the principal and Many of the school dlimllar heirloom look show in jewelry
to convey the neccesslty of the lunchroom manager the lee were present to emphaalte at all price levels
values. However their teachers and students read announeementi -
w."a are far from being com. on bulletin

: JOHN A. BOYD because each and every boards and heard announce Wt have grown and are still growing
of us much search our own

, 1778 First St. NE and of be understanding able to recognize mrnts nyMem over The the best public activity address of with the Fair City of Winter flatten .

all was that student were
Is a strange and wonder.
served favorite duringthe
It's strange when we week.Some menus AMERICAN LEGION
have trust and we wonder
A message from >rTirtiH4ruf a Trust Is 1 wonderful feel. of the major reasons
we know how to trust for such high participation CARTER.MA THER POST NO. 201

receive the contentment of are: The very efficient lunch

of Mind. room employees who prepare 1776 ht St. NE, Florence Villa
is so unlike the usual and serve I the food proper ,
4c\ of my column but the ex planning and the generous
of the truth Is sure to amount of food served LOIS E. MAULTSBY, CommanderDAN
off on me in some manner. The entire operation Is
past two weeks have con.
staffed five
the people throughout by one manager CLARK, Adjutant
full time workers and two
with the heated dual
part time workers All work Vice Commander
two major league ball I RUBIN WILLIAMS, lit
s the New York Yankee ers are trained in Food I're
the St Louis Cardinals. paration and have had six
the fun and enjoyment courses In this field of wink Membership Drive Now in Progress CY 1-9932

In the home of the sen. We like to think that our
employee of the Beautiful students think that the food is
... Gardens None other so good! that they do not want
Sylvester Denmark Den. to miss eating lunch
has a few friends who Cafeteria Menu October D&J SUPER MARKET
stop by just before 1918:
game time to receive the Mondsy-XpagMII w I Meal

hospitality of this con. Sauce, Buttered Corn. Mixed
437 Avenue T N.E.
host. If all Is going well ,
Cole Slew Apple Betty
Louis winning)Denmark
w/Cheese Bread ButterMilk .
no objections to a Yankee Florence Villa
partaking In the social re.
But U(St. Louis Is losing) Tuesday Fried Chicken
no Yankee fan cut a shad Dried Bai. Buttered litreTossod w. wish 10 pay tribute 10 the continued growth and

Ms door. Including the Green' Salad Hot progress 0'' the City 0'' Winter haven and .communi.y 0''
Denmarks (Robert and Breed Butter Ice Cream

"' h.wholl.Tanke"IIIa), Milk Florence Villa.
list "weeks football game Wednesday Baked Ham

How to the Welverlnes had neW urmp GreMM Carrot 1> Rs FLA GLADE "AN
Sebring) many of the to. sin S a I s d, Buttered t urn
< ringing sight of a new police Tmiridsy B e f Slew FRY E R S LI. 25FIISH

The face was oH-but the w Vegetables, lilt., Buttered .
was a new twist How. Peas, Lettuce Tomato hal
there Mood George Hu. sd Cheese Biacurtt Butter
High up on a -- PORK
standee very tall with a Chilled rrurt Milk
South Dakota pistol! at Ms aide.
Barbecued Pork
Friday --
tribute to four .enough he resembled a Chop Prelate Naiad w shi"d, CHITTLINS. u. 19
., st the Job, especially .
ot* who did much ded Lettuce or*-en B* an .
i he would say, "All right
shape of freedom. kac t." Hot Uultr.- Yeast Roll*

'. But even if .. U news, and sometime take w f'u. apple Sauce LEAN TINDER CHUCK

ML Rushmore.we'd I stop awl relay thing to Milk
I had M previous knowU 39
men like ef to, pleas* consul your LI,
IOn Roosevelt, reporter on all local...... OPEN HOUSE e ? .

of .*eaeft mind everyone of you
For the landscape TODAY
shaped by whet m.artli e. CyMJU.MIENTS .
mounUMwade row Dri.. 41 ftafMi*. V"nIt .
by the ..
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W L... Cw,.... Tore Mew ... BANANAS LI.
: AXUD wet MB 5s5. NaN.'H . .
Even today. w1aey e.t5* e1 ....."
.iuk woe WiN M s5.,. lad
L. King. Principal of .. ,. .
shaped by the vwl w. 1. ... C.r
Jewett elementary School .... aw"i, SW .... _.11 "'Mr COUNTRY CU'IO.ID
viduale-men and with .kis fettyU request ::..51.r10.a..:-;.,, :::- :.=

you. Of course, the parents of the ehU. _, 0... ..._. ...._ will BREADee..eeee2LoAYIs 1 39
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Americana ever ,.. .
will W.is
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eeday evening between 7s30 .... M Ma ...... .0 ,....-
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Keep freedom In Jour futurl p purpose swiFrs JIWIL
will be a aw practice Edna Watson, Realtor
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will aU, Ue teacher la and Associates SHORTENING
tile areas ",f farther .
Please try .to attend thts ." unH milT, M.. whit 2.ts IMUCMse

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MODELYHD' MOOLY661 MOOnYI4 NOW. Jet timplf dl IYn for to 'n r 6 e"t bu.. I
Lady Sunbeam Sunbeam Vista Sunbeam VistaVista RANGI
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automatic Mlxmaster
f, controlled heat electric mixer I.::T. 579"
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radiant control multicookerfrypan fully lrnm r lbl S-
stainless steelpercolator
J toaster ...... ..,.;". ...MACHINE..iti.; ; ". M 4... House Thai Cor, 4th&At.D. NW.
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Sunfish Fleet Is Preparing For Regatta At GardensThe I

Cypress Gardens Sunfish Regatta to be held at the Gardens teemed to baby-sit tor craw afternoon at 1 o'clock prior to
Fleet 15 bus with final arrangements Oct. 14-25. members. the ski: show at the Gardens.
for the Third Annual General chairman, is Paul Cypress Garden will provide Spectators and participant
Baschon and his committee Is trophies tor first, second, who are Interested should con
i composed of the following:Mary and third places tor each race. tact Baschon or his committee
Under MovesTo Hoenshsl, In charge of registration These will be presented Sunday members for more Information.
; Bruce Blackman, Race
Committee "head; Vance Johnson -
social chairman; and Dr.
I New SiteAfter and Mrs John W. Smyth, pub- THE BEST IN
licity chairman
located In Winter A MI weekend Is planned in
1'1' ; Haven for eight years, Under addition to two doubles nOM FOOD AND SERVICE
I MII r Irrigation has moved to a new and a men and women's single
I .., location on Hwy 17 north there will be two free lunches, at
I Under Irrigation designs several parties and a dance.A .
+ complete Irrigation systems of luau dinner will precedethe
.jI. \I all types, Including, portable, dance.
i .
automatic, and conventional Registrations have been accepted i
' >' id.set from sailing enthusiasts) I
i' tinder Is the state distributor from Miami, West Palm Beach, :i
tor Western Land Roller turbine Jacksonville and points between -
pumps, FMC Sequa,M Uc values Girl Scouts have volun- 1down
and equipment' and Webster.
Under portable aluminum pipeand portugal, making a bid tor a
fittings greater share of the U. S. market
It Is a division of Under had made her first entry
Industrial Engineering Co. of Into the fashion market with Restaurant
fine, handcrafted luther sandals -
Lakeland, which specialties In
The sandals will be on sale
application and sales of tn-
'. dustrlal and mining equipment at the end of the year in time U.S. HIGHWAY 17 S. PHONE 2tJ-OOeV
for resort and cruise wear.
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[{VERY ONE A QUEEN-Six nationally recognized Park; Joann Sedan (center) Mitt Smile, Des Moines,
Mfare crowned In Wint.r Haven and Cypress Gen Iowa; Gail Latham (lower left) Mill Honey Bee, Blounti.
of town; Karol Kelley, Egg Queen Tampa; and Jeanie
,!each ar. Above Is this ytar'i crop the prettieifsland.
| y. From top left, Carolyn Kin Carroll, Mn Cheerleader USA, University of Indiana !
iBartow: Nancy Collins, Citrus Queen,' Winter .- ----. ..--..-- -- ..


Convalescent & Now Receiving; ,

e' /jIftlJ nll/llJ Patients. Open

I {J l/Vllf/V Nursing Center 24 Hours Daily I







Corner Avenue O & Second Street N.E. Winter Haven ,I

An entirely new concept of personalized convalescent care for our Senior/ Citizens

and others needing prolonged nursing care and physical rehabilitation.

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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ( ) House Trailers ((9-AJ) Furniture i! ((10)) Articles For Sale i ((10)) Articles For Sale


NEEDED MODElS III' and 12' widen
Fall Sportswear itork. 12 > !50>. ".atII l-et UK COMPLETE kounfull of new fine Singer Slant-O-Matic POLOROID Land (Cum.MO .- S,
.. to the factory our furniture Including electric range Electric ,'y.Wink II
Experienced General ... ..you--- pick. your own at coach and refrigerator >ti>....... table.. "500" carrying can t<- Eliot| 60
by Mechanic. Good Working x 47'* a* low a* P 11I6. 108 floor To Good lamp etc <8 room) Used len takeiijhl. 561 AVIo SKBEHIE : I
than 3 month Take over payment
to chooae from.Cyprea --
CatalinaWhite ditkms, fringe benefit., Garden Mobile 88.06 per week WAREHOUSE RepossessedSlantOMatlc kitchen dinntiidci nit.
taliiation. See Gil Hall or Park and Trailer Sale FURNITURE 62 8th Bt. NW. rhjalr., MO 00. Aim Quail 10.-si

Stag Holms At CY :3-4W48 13-18 console model. automatic 213-7114.
mile Eaat 01 Cyprru lardene
tit nag tewing machine. Juat i IMS
11-18 KELVINATOR 10 cu. ft
Voyager GIL HALL BUCK --- ----- ((10)) Articles For Sate dial and snake all\ fancy atltrhea. tngeralor, MO 00. itn Magna
.,. with and without Cabana. Make buttonhole, blind (tltchea.etc. Sterno POrtable pbono and its
301 6th St., NW CY LAKE DICER TRAILER PARK. FOR WISE SHOPPERS! Sold new (13 M Complete balance 11IIO.00. 351455 I.

at office I Telephone now $135 SI. Payment can be
IB-Nov. 15 NECCHI SUPERNOVA arranged a* low a* 18.75 per month. FARM ALL CUB TRACTOR V

. .. SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME farm equipment Located Rn.
\ JuItIvt..4 7 See Jack Sliver 1700 6th St., & AUTO-MATIC Fully Guaranteed 1-4..5.Tavern. Rifle Rang Rd.
[ ) Moving Storage I:
I' MOVING-STORAGE UPHOLSTERYFINE Phone 294-4205 Llguetrum. JOe HibIscus, 31-

MEN MOVING A STORAGE NimbI Out of Towners Hawaii Hybrid. It 00 up. DOKWI
COTTAGE SHOP Supernova auto-matlc sewing Sic up. All kind* of shads trees <
,' andIIcl.nl cervlce for machine. Make button hole, IMUW planu .
To deliver promotional moving needi. Call THREE IVORY BROTHERS UPHOLSTERY news on l Call Collect
fancy aig Lakeland
960 Cypreu Garden :I'i.a COMPANY to&llwalo: ,
for free eatlmatea. REFINISHINGCOMPLETE ux (%/> K. 1 JU Oak St.
t A.M. 'til 7 P.M. to 9 evenings. $35.00 for Atlas Van Line, Inc. Agent ALLIED VAN LINES FABRIC SELECTION! Complete balance now due, (91.80. 683-1535 Auburnd
Open Must have transportation. I all 50 states 14-TF I Local Lang Dlatanca WOLFE'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP Payment can be arranged a* low 11
.13BIG Moving Storage 114 Ave. A. SB CY 3-2710 a* 56.00 per month.PHONE ,
293-8068 9 to 5 daily.
Call Collect 633-7641 Day Night 18-19 HOTPOINT Refrigerator about
( ) Special Services Warehouse Off. Bartow Air Baae23Oct. 28-Oct. 28 294-4205 cu ft imgle door with In-r
NEWS DININO ROOM waltre. 33 USED ALUMINUM BIIEETB-preu compartment 190 00. GE apartm
Winter Haven Elk Club. plate 21" a 36" 26c each up alec rcCrMoTLtor. 126 00. Roll-.
PROTEIN working. condition. Apply In I TELEVISION REPAIR OUT OF TOWNERS to 2U plate. >>38 plate 2Sc each. bed with mallr.... $( 00. Cot >i imaltraia
Ion 10 00 a.m. to 2:00: p m., work. Roofing. Re ALUMINUM 40-1UO plates Jlc each; over 100 S2 00. File cabinet d
COLD Ave. B It. 3rd Bt. NW. Repair.! Cabinet. For CALL COLLECT u.alea. lIe each. Excellent for many aide I drawer, 110 00. Card In..
WAVE top. All power tool CY CaLL JORDAN'S TV home and farm u.... Re-roof dog file. I drawer 17 M Small la
I I NEEDED; 1I0.le_* or dealer >>TI' 2S3-S60J LAKELAND 683-1535 A bird houne. with them, u.. aa and utand. 13 00 Call CY 3-r
-- Screen. Encloaure Carporti Id.ng on farm building. At the
earn gift with Tupj>erwar* For TV Repair, Translator. It
$1000 partle Call 293-3057 293-6778. MADE DRAPES AND .Awning Window Screen. Car Radio. HIFI.Guaranteed 1I-la New-Chef! Office 124) lcd St., --- ---- ---
-- Wind ttlU-hed Building( Specialities NW. 7-TF
.. STAMPS For cb.endor..m.nt
WANTED: Experienced equipment 3(110 Hickory ALUMINUM 8 4 H GREEN! STAMPS PULVERIZED PEAT CY
In CY S-75M Mr. Edna 8rhoa.er. DISCOUNT BALES CO. INC. signature
and curb ,Irl. Apply 1-TF Dundee Road. WINCHESTER MODEL 12 Three. other
Complete Teddy Bear Koitaurant, 1708 Nov. 5 "Let George Do It" Blackwelder. Inch Magnum 12 gauge Duck (iun. itampi purpoie. arali ale. dat
Ave. A. 6th St.. SW :2(34694 8.26IiO'1 DOC
CirtUrnResularly 44
J Mn. 81. CENTRAL FLORIDA --- --- Rioter Magnum, long barrel tamp STAR PRESS. Phone
27-OCt. 27
Winter Haven Drafting Co. Llt('TROMtS revolver. Each gun I* one year
prIced at 117.50- type Commercial A RUMMAGE SALE H2t 161Ave. A. NW. .1
293-1417 old and both look like new -
Make Your Appointment Today Need Qualified Batlnfactlon Hoildentla.!gnarantead Drafting Professional Service Ty nwriter and table- MOVING 18.00. (87.80 each. Call CY 3-7262. 1321REFRIGERATOR. S ROOMS ot furniture Includ
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Bid- CY 4-1433 at moderate experue am lop table. ".00. range and refrigerator 8tt
I BEAUTY SAWN J-TF RADIO DINFATtHEU (5 00. Sofa and chair need porc"l (35.00. Upright etc. Take over payment, |7.u( ,
SOUTHEAST PLAZA Interested in good earnings -- -- ---- ---- 1520: Havendale .5 _J Odd uphohlered vacuum with attachment, (20.00.Bllwr month. Take all or part.
Open. Every Evening: CY 1-1639 once. Increased Christmas Haven Floor Surfacing Co TRIMMING. CAVITY, DEMOSSINU. 7.TF '(1000. Un'ialnted bureau, for slit| 500. CY 8-3527. 18-19 WAREHOUSE FURNITURE. 62.
W.cker furniture. 4 Uo 00. I St., NW. 1.
Batmtttcllnn Uunrante.'dL. CAHLING. KB! SETTING. pea
"" 1ITFBrenglc't ness means more openings A. MOUTZ Complete clean-up. Free Eiittmate WHEEL CHAIRS Mirror oval (6 (10. Picture, odd QUALITY reconditioned men'. work -- -
n SE Section of City. 8. First St. I-hone CY 4-3391 Call LUKE'S TREK; SERVICE.CY : and end reaaonable. Call CY 3- uniform Not pre-packaged. See FOR SALE CHEAP Oak Din
1 15-18 a-9330. 14Oct. 14 2893. 16-18 what you hue All .t.e. and colon Room Suite, table. I chain, ch
--- -- -- --- ---- II 00 per bit 616 Arlana Av*. cabinet buffet. FR 3-1957 IK,
Jewelry WRITE AVON MGR. the beat In Auto Repair lee WHEEL CHAIRS lor.rent. AIM ROBERTS Tare Recorder model Auburndal Acrou from Continen -------- -

Mb! OR CALL 682-4137, lien Watson 8r. FIRE EXTINGUISHER Hospital Bed, Crutch.. Walker 93. professional broadcaster model. tal Can Co. ___11-TF. I ANOTHER JOB
111 Third Street. SWH land. 118 Croton Road Commodra. Godfre)" Rental, CY Call WO 7-3174 1518DOUBLE VIED Steel aah and jalouale wIndow
Block South of Poat Office I 18-20 I-241L 175 Ave A, NW. It-TF -- condition.let of Call World Book in good a 4'i. concrete block, amp) ,
293-3561 after 6
barreled :20 Steven 00 log ayilem. PrIces reduced.Shufdeboard .
sad Kane .
frailty" Watch I HRR EXTINGUISHER BALES A Practically new. (68 60. Phone P m l-TF Club Building. '

Jewelry Repair ( ) Animals & Supplies SERVICE COJ Recharging 90728th VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS CY 3-7262. 16-22: 3-06H. 11
St.. NW Winter Haven. Fla. MATTRESS and matching box _
DRIVER SALESMAN Marrlnd. 2D3-1367. 34 Hr. Service. 2-TF OET AIWAIMTKD OFFER aprlng and hlde-a-bed mattre
to 35. Routs experience ,' .1110 lil'!!:( IAL (2C.OO for all. 293-3878. 14-20 I CARPETS clean easier with: I
17Oct. 18. but will train right man. 5 : noXEH -- Stud Service V SERVICE for Klrb). While They last --- -- -- Blue Luatre Electric Shampoi..
i eek. Paid vacation holiday, fawn and white RE-WEAVING Hoover, Electrolux and all other. ALL NEW; HKC'OHlmMonaual I STRAWBERRY plant on Thornhiii I only 11.00 per day with purcM
dlY. Salary plea commll, 3 :r..d 26_TF Free pickup, debvery naIl- (2(7 Singlet (88 Road 44 mile South of Old Winter of Blue Luiitre John Boland H" &
FACED WITH A DRINKINGI bonui. Apply In own .. mate REYNOLDS yncu Stereo (397 Haven Lakeland Road-2S3-9374. w..... l'r
PROBLEM? and live complete resume of '* 1'INKro Di: BALON: : CLEANER! SERVICE; Phone WINTER HAVEN TV 12-TF
and pant Job experience. All mpleta profemlonal' KnH>mliw. Horns Moth Hole* -- Tear CY 34383 I -- ------ FOR SALE, white Clianlily Land
I onfltlentlHl.. Apply to Box accuaorle fhone 2113-17611. Kxpcrlly Re-Woven T Nov. 8 .. J-Nov. 2 POLY FOAM RUBBER silk marqulilte wedc!
Perhaps Alcoholici Anonymous % New-Chlef. IS-Tr" BMAKTT'8 EAVING 1 USED .: BRING YOUR PATTERN-WE'LL I drew, die 1 with veil and Ca
I Can Help __ SERVICE ewng lait.machine darancewhle CUT WHILE!: YOU WAIT LOW dral train Price $51 05. May
WANTED: Part-time walt rei'. D male Tollle -- Stud 633 POPE A V K CY S-373J AUTO SERVICEDODGE they 45 6lh Scwln-.. MachineExchange PRICE. FORDS TRIM SHOP lot amn at 9DO Ilk St.. NW. Phone
.. CY S-7803 after 30 1949 : NW 293-3390. h. 30. NW
Marco Koataurant. Apply' In p m Eiitabllihed CY 1--611. :20-TF 3-4264. 1'
Write to Post Office Box 1016 3-IF
Sunday 15-18 :20-Oct. 20 --- -- ---- -
or Call 294-1447 --- BOX SPRINGS. Mattrm. Refrlgerators. LOVELY 10' wide Mobile Home
and white lemele Bird 1-vg. Authnrlaed- On Uaa or Electric Ran 5a. bedroom let up with awning '
Weekly Meeting. Open to the BOOTH Beauty Salon flood :;'R be trIed. Thin is a beautl- BUILDING REPAIRS Chryiler Plymouth Factory Lancer TV' Dinette. Sofa, (Chair. Tablet air conditioning. Ready to live
cation. Can be financed. dog and c-n.y kent. She la 18 Valiant '; .. and Lamp. New rebuilt At Lake Deer Trailer Park ''
I Public Tuesday, 8:15: p.m. working operator. Call *'K old' and has had all ahota. FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS floor lOam 1'1... It 00 up. CY 4-1844 WO 7-4022. 1.
WAREHOUSE FURNITURE. 62 8th ----- ---
7-3874. 15-18 121 Slsth St., SW 293-4101
Polk County Health Building For small repair Job. call retired n-oct. is St. NW 13-ig 1 DELUXE Model. Exercyclf (
WHITE LADY for church nur. f-male Well builder --- --- -- 1 Electric Range (35.00. Ill <

27-TF work. Call 2\lt-I6U. 3-53(16. Excellent Lake Wale with children 18-30 CY .3470 25.T. CAMPING TRAILERS ,.., ,*" ....,........,.. ..,. ton- -Road- --- 1
AN AMBITIOUS young man SAVE ((( Range Washers Dr)
FOR ween :'JU and 30 yeara old who To Trade On building new homes *1.80 PRINTERS Air Conditioner Recui
: be trained In retail polling ** ( ) Buy or repair work Qualified builders Cloned fully guaranteed Tel
management and a future Reference*. From 1215 and Up. JOIINF
i 1. WHITER BRIGHTER .d. High school education a 293-8562 Y IX to : APPLIANCES Lake Alfred
Write Nw-Chle Una A-1479. ( BUY nod appliance and fur 13-TF LJ AMIPERLi ) Phon 87H1M Nlte 172-1590

_, CLOTHES an*. Encloaa inapuhot. and we sell uo.d appli -rrQET ".- "' ..,....." COMMERCEINDUSTRY ': 17
t ,an be arranged .* and furniture BHOOK8 ,
2. SPARKLING GLASSWARE III. "--- :a A *'VR.MTUHE Painting Papering .X' 16500 Circulating oil. heater v
%IATEI) AT ONCE Raw!. I ilavendalBlvd.. 8-TF THE BEST ; / elecqHr blow.T built-in. Will I
It SILVER Dealer In NE Polk County or Sale Service Itienlals 'llN4lbI \ up to "T room Bought nwwinter
t urndale. Write Hawleliih. I* Buy 8 mm automatic Repairing FLORIDA WHOLESALE: 1>18T. Inc. SAFE t GOVERNMENT for 1138 00 50 |all..n di
J. SOFT, LUSTROUS HAIR I'A J 473 .. Memphl. Trim eye preferably motor Havendale, Blvd. 291-78:10: and utand Included tic. <
I 14-TF : 293-1511. 1
but not cuentlal Movie I. I. McCOY Quality work- ct! DRIVERS
4 4. CLEANER SMOOTHER MANAGER TRAINEE lor (..11(5) for rash and permlaalon to manahlp fast clean and reaaonable. JOHNSON CAMP TRAILERS -

; SKIN Food Store Ass 21 lo 55 ( : It checked by recognised photo Phone CY )- 6HO. III 4th Bleep 5. Clo.-out price. H95 up. ". 10-A Motors
I tartlng rate. hoapltalliatton I 1 lab Keply Jay Dunlap, Boa Street. Jan-fhyl Village. 17-TF Bank Hat financing a* low a. |J5 SAY ON AUTO INSUkANCI ( ) &
I naurance. Paid vacation &. %, Newa-Chlel./ 3-TF /
CALL qualified. Good opportunity for month.renting to Regain your your friend payment. by sad ,.t Hortfora (jvallty ,eel! tIAg/ J1 jl1ij

vancement.: Apply 3 6., 7.00 OR RENT IBM Electrl: PAINTING JOHNSON APPUANCK8; Hwy For all your Iniurtnc needi 14' ALUMINUM boat !16 HP

..00 p.m. dally, R Kanaian .... 2 drawer Me cab- 17-93 Lake Alfred 173-1139 Call (or. and trailer lliII: 00. FR 2-1
1>. Benz, 2424 Ave Ii. NW. legal .110 l preferred. :34-1051 23-Oct 23: sia56it. / ,,' 1
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c..ff. MAIDS NY TO 8S6 wIt. ( CHARLES IVER3ON an-.ns. ammimiM ;. ,
Id/ftl 0 \ BOATS (19 00 up 1an'1- f
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J 161 A.. boat I.li'vtliv '.utbaardi' fAir
\ NW. 3643226e
ADVANCED!; QUICKLY. 1IA Automotive$ Careful Work by Hour or EoUm.l."Nov SI "...i.d ..utboard. ''''
MAID. 4 Bond St., Great /. ( ) 6 .....'....,......,..,........,*_, ot' ,.....*t;i COSTELLO Handalt 28. '
Soft Water Service N.Y. A TKIL'MPII 1'YCLtS' J
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Sell starting and iporta model
FREE ANALYSIS FOR ALL EXPEniENCED LP gnu .. 4-1 p m. Dally All Day Saturday . a a .

WELL WATER USERS man. Axe 30 to :Si. Vacation 4. DOOR CONVERTIBLE LAKELAND fYCLE! CO. y. M B N I . . .
cal coverage, life Insurance, .. with while i"p and match Marine Acreaeorle CLOSE OUT. 301 3rd St.. SW CY 4-33J
Iremenl, uniform bnnedt. (|. leather Interior. Extremely. 40%!! DIscount on all -Nov 8
PHONE 293-1580 unity fur advancement If mileage beauty "till under fac arc..series while they l last
Call Lakeland 68MI143! for : warranty It hu ro''I'p.': regu KU1HIUA, WHOLESALE I : Checkerboard :
-So mont : Full-factory serviced by power with all 3117 Havendale DISTRIBUTORS Blvd INC.293-7920: SAW SHARPENING : Specials

lOUBKKKEPKIt: : : ( to live In. 2 ( .. *. Nw matched premium 37-TF I
dren 5 and 7. Call : ) *. My wife' peraonal car for
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(I-A) Instructions 1H yeara. Now offered at a DAILY ADVERTISING I 8aw. Shear, T>.,U. nharpened at PREMIER MOTORS INC. I
*. No dealer pluaie. 'all same day brought In We fla clock .:
Tinea evening. MU 3-244.: -GETS RESULTS- electric blanket etc PHILLIP'S
(2-B) Loans Up To $600 .". or Mr. Carr day, at SAW a. SERVICE; SHOP. Back

1 I.B.M. 4-W41.. 11-18 TRY THE LOW COST Koay Komer comer Avenue U A 1957 CHEVROLET 2DR. HT 2-1759 MERCURY 4DR. SEDANS .
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:34lh Inwood. Phon 294-2133.
l leOct. II Radio and Heater, El
DOMESTIC I I. the company to CADILLAC original owner. I
Learn In row from I WHY? powered. New tire. Ait I Auto. Trans. Clean Auto. Trans., P.S.
( .. .. $995 $695
Week la Will sacrIfice WS-44S6! ai I pin. Your Choice > a
Day School 1. Friendly aervIc.I 1.-:J2
confidential -
f 14 Weika InNight 1. Open Saturday until 1pm. (' Feflilirat.| Lrnutiu. Sport :.
((8)) Automotive ((9) Business
) OpportunityA
School 4. Open evening by IM3 :280 HP. bucket eala. | I FOlD FAIRLANI 401. ItiO FOlD 4-DR. W2 DODGI 401. SEDAN'

\( LAKELAND BUSINESS 5 i. Home owned and operated .'AT., new reA NW RB.ttiVROUiT U VI, Auto. Tr...., '.$", GAUl HT Aufa. Trios.
24111 Av.C.
I. Katabll.hed: 1198DOMESTIC *
INSTITUTE INC. IM3! CHRYSLER!; New YorkerLook Worthwhile I ,..., Air Cond. Dbl. Power, Heats Lew t I( I$$45
Co7ivrtiBla7; .;j Projector $695 $11
Come in or call your friend Ce and drlvei like new A/C. Snow While..mi Air Cond.f $895 tnllooqs.I .
I 401 W. Peachtre on Lake WireLakeland. Mullin. all) PB. Pi New Paint 0- H>H. PB PS Ph.in.2522572 16-11 those who think, BIG. Will I|
Florida Floor board _
MU 4-9854 LOAN CO. : (30000. *-' 7r-I'i.1 BUY OWNERS: EQUITY Assume sell outright for fraction of ill CONTINENTAL STATION WAGON
5 ---- -- MOO* month Rambler I FOlD STATION
8-Nov. iwu -
3rd St. & Ave A, NW CY 4- BAUD OR TRADE 1M1 payment Station Wagon Call CY 3-" value. l huge Alluvial Gold [)e- Fwlly Equipped WAGON VI, Radio/ and He.ter.

I, Call after 8 00 p m CY 18-21 posit located 01 Rio Cauca in Inc. Air Coed. $2695 Std. Tr.n. $475 Auto. Tram.
LEARN -- --- : $775
11-19 I Columbia S.A. Your Investment | Ntce. tr
SHORTHAND FOR SALF. 61 MCA: convertibleKicellent i
VOLKSWAGEN .Sedan foneld-$ I M-IKM.I :rar Sharp and may be Insured by the U.S. i iGovernment. Ii

Speedwrltlng) ((2.C) Collection Agency older. oar or pick-up truck In Economical to drl\i (700(10 CY Guaranteed val--I if You Writ Your Own Deal TRY (ITI!
... 23-0878. 14-10 34943. 18-20 ItSt FORD IfSt FORD
-In- .. tie, to be part of sale contract.
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Day School Delinquent account don't I.t CHEVROUBT condition ,$290 H 00.ton CY pickup.MtM.IS: (G.A) Business Terms to responsible party r I PREMIER\ MOTOR I INC. Auto. Tram. Radio) Hester, Std Shift
unless proper. follow-up I* taken I Property Ideally located as to roads, water and Heater. t-Cyl.
It Week In them. We Invite all /
1'1' ',ht School md business account Bt CLEAN- nod- ";; "itlol fuel, airport, labor cU ihCustomer: $345 $695
town I
In mate, tax break to Investors in -
COLLECTION after Sill pm 16-18 l.OJO aVi Ft lob St NW ar,.... country. $150,000 cash will put V l Appraisal Card f'
INSTITUTE INC. 01 Winter Haven Inc.
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from Saw Marc Ri<.tauranl scsle. Details
Out W. Peachtre Lake Wlr CY 4-O18 i MUaTTANU Motorcycle; ; New operation on large
Lakeland Florida cated In Domestic Loan 1I .. paint. clutch and "..... MIKE MA1SANO agent, Box A.1483 % News- PREMIER MOTORS' IfSt FOlD 201. ItU CONTINENTAL

MU .-.1i64I J-7121. 11 CY >74 l Chief. STOCK NUMIER GALAXIE SEDAN Fully Equipped Inc'VI
P I 5Nov. 3 : :- ;;d --- - Aute. Tram, R*. Air Coed lit new.
too for aaU
die and Heat.,. '.5.
((3)) Situation WantedBABY run food. Make Offer! Call -- 16-19 $2995
Wanted lit tIC 1)5 New imart modem.centrally $795
((2)) Help
M rrIiR Tachometer. located Call 1 at 3S2 led 4 BOOTH Beauty ..... Oood location. PRICE ON PREMIERMOTORS'
sitting day or night on eervtoe anil new cable Street. NW CY 3-3138 1823TORE Can bo fmaneod. Ha* > CAR |
I Hh Bt.. Eagle Lake. J Service. 1st SIb St.. 8W ---- - -- working .......- Call FR 2-1866 --- mo FOlD
TWO waltreue. wanted. Air conditioned 8-4368. 1-TF 1M2 PLYMOUTH
-- -- --- -- : for rent offlr apace 1 MY APPRAISAL STA. WAGON
Havn Club. kicelleatalary. FROM now on I will be doing )' ---- -- -- neat to Pest Ofllr A M ftoomlIT 4-DR. HTAuto.
Apply after 4 Ml p.m. work year round. I need 4-door, Sedan V-8. R/ll. Van Skiver BldaP M. Call ------- -- OF MY CARDIFFERENCE 1__ Air Co..d.. P.S.. P.I, Tram. Hcatet |

p : () yard Work by hour or Job. w ateerlnc. run and drive ::y 1-7743. 18-20 DRY GOO 8 ..... for sale Aa+.. Tr...., Sadie. Low sleeqe.

283-4M. IMMtiU CY MtM18- Nice variety 88* otM lsve.tnryblveUy I WILL PAY t. ______ end. Heater.
WAITRESS wanted. N' .at and di.S --- -- --- A**. I

...nd.bl.. Apply at Bundowa R..- rack and gate lor Ford pick ((9)) Business Opportunities Elolae: Phase 33-2077 YOU WRITE YOUR OWN DEAL! I 1 $795 5IU.5
taurant, between. 1:00.: p.m. and IOU ((4)) Lost & Found truck with step aide body .1.
p.1I& I-OU pot. and : WO 7-M74. 18-18 -- --- -- -- -


tAle Brown and white Bird JM-4T8Y 8-31 Exceptionally Nice ,MOTORS HE WILL IE GLAD TO HELP
please call CY 34081 SALE: 18M; Forl Coupe 12 Unit AAA Motel I
Young mm with keen sales Mink ...In ,."oct iv.Iolh.n WANTEDl
IS 11
4-" after 4 00 p m REMEMIER

ability, and basic auto mecbanical ((5)) House Trailers OAUXn- 800 ......r natiltni' .A........amkitieve 5. be a..en Inlepaseent a n -He !NOTtll Eicellmt CONDITION Iveatlaa I --Can TOP be I W[ WILL NOT IE UNDERSOLD! Can Buy at a Steal. .
aptitude. Prefer man I ....... 1 carbural > 4 ..ti I pad 5.1.o te5isse) ::: Fsse. .:O.ka St.- handled for 'I"DOt cask do... : NO REASONAILE OFFER WILL IE REFUSED Save $$ _
now working in similar job who now. eeet belts: R It Mark .... MeethaedSne. asS ",-
1t66 MODKLJ. Special 44 l 10 bhwk sad white 1 lvi,-rir. Kx Illness forces sale. Owner might
ability .
desires through bis own .. The Pur 0.1 CwfiM"y
I \ and rear bedroom, UM .. ootrfUloei 1111I6 001" iv- *... a m.tI.... 5511.55(1.15stales eoaiider trade for reiUeire or SHOP Winter Karen BUY! Winter Haven BOOST Winter HavenPREMIER
to i
and accomplishment, rat financing and low dowa at 401 Ave M. NK: 'n.'r fee lae en the C,- :
t leam a better Job. At least ment on all 10 and 12 wide or omit lakeland t'J &141UTI' are*. Oareee.. S.*.l ..... hits other property.

high school grad. ALL company Stroller Lake and rnntlae Hker. t'e Cklefa..rt an4 lists teHiheait>lal8 acceptS Winter, Center Havenreeiaenlial '..: '\" A I ,

benefits. Apply )lr Corley, isle Hey W. Weal, .. t aaaMnmr Font_hahn area. W.K .......... MOTORS INC.tMCOlM.iMK.v
J7-OcL aa. 3N esglse a'nII ( aeexe eaailai fee StauS .50 lectC f1tfc ,
Firestone. */W. (14M..2i+- 1415. .....,........ intoreateit Ciiior .
MOBILE: lOOMS -- write D. f Oriver. P. O. PlU.UI6S''Thl[ Z0at 8til** ** uUI 8S H M *i8*
S 3'all' aluminum\ Oood IMMEDIATE BALK 19M I
18-18 s Sea 848. PH*"* 191.1&11.
dillon Clean Aluminum awei 4-door sedan 1116( uu Winter H.".... WARREN SECKEL.: Realtor
k and tool ahed. lee P Oaaalen. tire Look and run lair, I -IiII
WANTED: Dtohwaaher Apply Inpenoa Robin Court Lak' Deer 211+-111I4I or see at 944 A>e E:
Jack 4 B.tty'a. J4-JI 'ark, Winter llavea I 1."" M-


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) Boats & Motors ((12)) For Rent, Furn. 1 ((12)) For Rent Furn. 1 ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((13)) Real Es,ate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

IT hi) 1: '", 14 Fishing boat FURNISHED: APARTMENTS HOUSE TRAILERS 110 00 week
,nr!, ,'Y 4-U"b: 1 a. 1 bedroom MO to 175 A Lights and water furnished Ilh Apartm..nlJo Nicely rurn.II..d. FHA Homes IN LAKE ALFRED LakefrontEstate
---- .11-1 uo MaajueyRaalty Co. M4 Ith KINTERMTING Street Klolae or tall lY 3-MM dulU 117 M Werklt O 3..371
BOAT Flbo.ryl.... NW. CY o F7 VALUEVALUE
1J-1H H-T" W* have the llstlnc on all FHA !
m i h.a" dulY LARGE TWO STORY HOMEOWrk'r' D
d.< k nod, Klde.all. Ideal for I air conditioned 1 BIIIDRool l--ruml.d;; aj&rtmanU VA homes available for sale. a* .
tow aa 1100 down see u* for 4e> I have gone back to
Woo'"I (inning $79117. room and kitchenette Nut to 5-11' month ATHKRTON: REALTY On
Mill'P MOAT BASIN-HOTEL Southeast PI&&&. CY MM. 1-Nov I MJ W Central Ave 2t4iaM ((13)) Real Estate For Sale g tails and showings call John Canada and want offer Big.
I 2M-BI4 or sites and 8ua
..1Jth at. 8W RENTALS lll-TF t VALUE I TWIat corner lot overlooking bcauti!. i iI
-ISjAJ --- -- Lake Howard !II!
Furnished Unturmtahedk. I ful lake of and
2 APARTMENTS al 115 5th Street Plenty room
WJTCUFFE, REALTOR NE Oa aupHanres Water furniahed 3 VALUE
: a iiiHxi place to live.
CY 4-4131 Eves CY M2UTTF Rare listing completecity
For Rent Unf. 3. Sulcllrte, H.allot CY4tlll i I one
or 2-TF
___ i VERY: COMFORTABLE, older block LANDSCAPED. 5
I 2 BEDROOM Duplex 16000 Month LAKEFRONT nicely turnlahed HrJeai WklUejr home. Two bedrooms, nice Uv\ bedrooms 4 baths. formal
,.oR 8 Bedroom I bath borne In apartment I I I
RENT Modern unfurnished Conveniently locatedClosein. dining! room living room with
l-btdnaom h....... Air conditioned. Lake Alfred 186 1 Bedroom 148 Call 2M-2I2I 4-2t I I IAII.\ V .\ MANOR: ing room with fireplace kltch-
K NeatMXxrhanii Bank and Down. bath horn with pool, UTS.W, BdurT -------- -- --- -- i, Butkk-r+ model home now for ''M. dining room, bath plus a fireplace. den, glassed in porch

-.-....ice*. Than 213.1844. 18.IFf CY a.. 16-M beds. living. room with kitchen. II 0 :1 X Ml W. Ceatral *' porch, :
half Lessee a u.... Alkerlea, I V tll 4 & breakfast room J5ase
---- cite. Oarporte Utllly room Alrcondibasr. Garden Grove just a o lla room with flrrplare" and utility room Lot 50 x
FS "r rout --One. 2-bd 8LEEPITU ROOM tor gentleman U20 Dock piloting.s mile East of O press Gardt>nli. e Formal dinlnf room lass A. Samoa Nltes. *Asue.....>CY HIM 139 Just tight for a retired ment 2 car garage & laundry
and B SW
two bedroom In Eagle CLEAN: Spacious grounds yulet I .
k ('Y 2504.. U-13 Adults. Reference* No/ Contact A big 4 bedroom modol also 0 \\slltoHall carpet, drapei" couple land a very desirable room. PLUS large turn apartment

CLEAN furnished. apartment Sun 207 I owner.. 742 Lake Jessie. Dr available as new models arc o Kitchen features" estrai IS t IO\KLV STATELY OAKS . neighborhood Only $7500.00 Fenced Yard A REAL
OOM and bath cabtna 13300 porch garage adult only CY 4 MO. IM
0 month CY 47117 19.19 Ave G,'SW CYMM_ 14-20 I ----------- !typing conBtructed on Whitman Screened pitlo porch itlalng Charming am*. living I bedroom mom,. separate 1 beautifully terms. BUY OWNER ANXIOUS
DON'T MISS THIS ONE! Excellent: Road Phone e Office tiled bathrooms. kitchen with FOR QUICK
}BEDROOM unfurnished housa 142 BEDROOM apartment for I I I I neighborhood between I.akes Mar d..lu.a built In refrigerator. dtahvanher SPLIT LEVEL HOME One
>ATHERTOM REALTY (43 W particular people I I tha and Klbert bedroom. living e 513,9(01( TERMS! dlN>aal A large adjoining of the nicest homes In Lake Beasley Realty Co.
room kitchen dinette
bath JOHN G. WOOD | .'.J.I.UIl Florida ruum There to convenientetorade
DRN1SHKD I Bedroom horn Hwy 17 North IT.-I. with large dressing. roam. 161 ou a coffin A. the backyard Hromuletily Alfred Just like new with n. Bth St, NW Of 12757

ka| corner at 17th A Ave 8, NW .monh..9'10. If you re permanent .CY Heal Estate I? fenced Many trees.Owner three bedrooms and bath on
T TF I .
Has. BEASUY REALTY co 134 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR LT4316foWARREN I. building t new bum top floor lovely kitchen large .ISlUPOMK&Bk.D -
llth Bt NW l.Y 1-27(7 18-tt RENT Reasonable. CY 1.3MJ. BEDROOM furnished redecorated PB : I reason for nllliiK.
11 TF 317 or 293 8338 dining room livbng room and
apartment Water furnished : SKKrL: : Realtor" Marjorie A 8smnter.CT bath main floor Two car : : HOMKS 't.nwmulhly
on taymints Modem ( II I
F 1000 a month 200 1st 8t North .
3-8037 Eve.: A Wkend.
DUPLEX APTS. a ROOM furnished apartment.Clean 14-20
CY 1-lTol IS-*) : garage, Florida roo nand A 3 nedriHim c..n.lrlll'lIon I'"nl..t3M
and comfortable Desirable -
1171 Kvenlnm: snit I Sunday
FOR RENTBr -----
downtown location Seaaonal t 1 Bedroom apartment-on lake I ---- Terra Firm Real Fatale: screened" porch on ground lev at4. rlMT MUHTllAOfc LOHP

Lk-front ISO Ma 1. Silver t>r. Rental. 188 E. Central Av*. -18- $81W a month and up Including 1 NEW :1SXMI' PROPERTY 1 .. 1110 Opreai Gardens Road el floor, plug big basement, or rUHIDA -II-
lin warehouwr OWNER
I utilities Apart| ttirnle i 2 ----
Also )
rate 81.raI
|1 Br Ukeelew |M Ma AT. L, NE ROOM FOR RENT with private Court Motet. weekly 17 North 17 TF2BLDROOM Hid,11ml rental 438 Ave A 3-Hi-,IK'''in i gill "lit tilt baths. I'bone 4420Tt bath and bomb shelter This
If Br Lakerlew loO Mo Av. L. NE entrance and private bath Close- I .2.I :. NW x.., ,nl, building .behind ChamI iaiic- kiihui with lots ol tablnet la a lovely home and one you ,
MIKE MAISANO In. CY 4-2133 5-Tr ,.i ."f ,'"nun,M", Easy Financing I garageapartment i! $1' rMI 16-TF Mailer bidruom ha* private bath, will be proud to own $30000( ( LOTS
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1200 LAKE SILVER DR. 3-BEDRooM furnish apartmenton Clean. quiet neighborhood. In 1 large closets will aooonmlata I I
tND FLOOR Crest Lake Apartment Silver. Call Drive CY. Sliver 1I77Por Alfred 2", block. South 01 Lak"l double. beds nicely and III'I.IIOI: AKIN FOR" BALK: I miles east BRAND NEW THREE BED

CY JT4MIf I I1J.tl1 293-1250 2-T> I P.rk.: 03.1774 OPEN w Unusual nt ned amount iMin h and storage and ..I...- of I'nek'Y Halnes City UKI on lAke Marion U-II ROOMS, two bath., kitchen and OF

its double larimrle and double dining room, Large carport and
LOVELY BEDROOM duplex on BEDROOM furnished upstairsapartment B ullh't room Antique. brick Iron I Iv C
ROOM house Located on "ShotIlleld Lake Beach. dock No pets linn Located downtown HOUSE ,'Hm.king lake Jessie with lake I j utility room. Nice_ corner lot, A EXTRAS
month CY 8-971J 18-TF .
Rd, about 1 mile I from Han Middle aged or retired ladles or I AI 11 .. Custom built for owners high elevation A lot of house
Air Baa CY S-7580. 1418Ml I couple desired CY 4-MM 18-22 Many entraa Included >;ellent II I
flow and
__ BEDROOM cottage f 40 00 per I only $15,750
BEDROOM" BATH Drapes. month ALSO. bedroom trailerCarl Dr.. 2=BEDROOM .lakefront home- 37941 i 1828 6th Street S[: n.nc'lhg. 1103(11 available' tumult law 1(131 down Hlltm paBlent .>.. Ahead OfSchedule .
Breec 8720 Lake Blue .
Ave (1. NW Screened TWO BEDROOMS AND FLA. 1--
Rpf. porch earI I OrlY :IKM1 after 1111' pm
Range washing machine. .
CY S-S136 18 19 water 1:00: 1:00: p.MV i .
and lawn ( .
|,H55 4th 8t. BE 1180 per month (shed care urn. w. kla\ anyllim Bunda) IsLAKEFKOOT ROOM, nice corner lot In a Nice :S
I Adults CY 3.4113.18 I
5 EABLEY REALTY CO. 634 6th --- -. -- good location $9500: termiDUPLEX home with for
t. NW CY "3'767. 18-23 lit floor apartment Walking distance 4 BEDROOMS You tilect
MODERN Nmnlshed may
I one bedroom apt i your .
mil dining room, pretty -
to and lake
town Quiet
for rent All electric kltch >
2-BEDROOM Scone on 33rd St. and cleat Adults please (61 Are i I en and heat Close to town H9 HOME I own apartment with Two bedrooms trance bill, Urge screened
NW fur rent. If Interested (33-2366 B. NW. Jl.TF \ 2 CAR GARAGE 'I tile and each aide with celled .
Ave A, SW To see |>hone CY 3-7311 your own very nice porch overlooking well lanlneaped .
Bartow, Sri the lady next door. 9CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
15-18 FURNISHED 2 bedroom. wood Suprlna 16-191 II. (1JI Jbi-drmm 2-balh, rielIir.usm ,I paint; colon nowl) heat and trrratio floors yard $27,500
frame house In Eloise EI..lrlcI 2-BEDROOM, air-ndltkmd-home 9Florida Room & largeScreened LR hitch n an-) din'ItUulll ''' Stovei and refrigerator LiveIn
3-BEDROOM CB DUPLEX Kitchen I kitchen. l;0 00 monthly I Water funniehed ', Ave. F. NW. Near fth St, Cli.se porch '.n electr.c oven and niirlu? Winter one tide rent other" $1250. i .'nl.1-.I'H I r IU-W
equipped. 150 Ave J. BE loOOO CY (-59H7 18- ,,10 shopping tun monthly Phone units Uoubl oarrte ('.nl fli alt Haven I
month year round. Phone 2(36491IB I 2S3-1M2 or 2S4-37T7 13-TF 'I rondltunini and haling I.M"t..1 l | il
-22 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED i I Beasley Realty Co. In HK section. en Lab Flole: Joel HarborCondominium HAVE TWO LOTS toned' for ccaflIStdt(1fCWARREN
EFFICIENCIES and l\t BM_ 1-lit;DROOM furnished apartment nut' aide city I mil Day CT 1113UNiihta : DUPLEX, each
73 31st NW ROOMS. Nice large airy room. 034 6th $t.l, NW l'Y :327S7 $2,000
Court 1 Bedroom Untarnished around floor 505 Ave L. NE: I i a> wMkanda. CY 3-4111| | I
home. '85. BbASLFY Conveniently located In Old Postal I SK'KFL: Realtor
REALTY CO .34 Ilh Et. NW CY Building. Call CY S-W or CY _ n"l .18. 1..lhAI. Apartments (Have ZOO feet on main highway I ,
1-2757. 18-23 i-ii67 2-Bt;DROOM CB furnished IKUIH pined commercial, ideal lite .18-
-T"I I Adults No lake. 76 IKIO tmwN
2 BEDROOM Trailer fur for several kinds of builneiari.
N 3rd Bt 15-U 3 HK OH HOMWI:
I and
For Rent Furn.ON Utilities urnlshed CY S-M1 I IIfOUSF.8 |' ----- --- 1 law a* 14700 month 2 Bedroom $5500 10% down bal 10
((12)) 15-m' NICE clean. furnished apartm.nl- I 3-Aportment Building i I'IIAIll.lR Mrt>MltReg Brukr., yean

A APARTMENTS I one or two bedrooms water LI, On Scvmtli 5rear. S.WWINTIR 3M-KO! Apartments with I.III HAVE a 10 acre YOUNG Under The
II Nov
nlshed Some near town f5.iHO and I HAVEN 11IV
CHAIN or LAKES 1 at 1. FURNISHED MO 00* *UNFURNISHED Up I up 2tHMt. 11 _j Far Ren er Sale and 2 baths I ORANGE GROVE, T yean old I Shade Of A

Also Bedroom housekeeping. cottage listings' Wanted i ., HAROLD SELLERS : "w'\ER;|: 1 iH-dnxmo J 1 Ulh.i 10 miles from Lake Alfred.
room Monthly weekly HNISHrD: IIHII"'m ra r 311It. Wl INVITt TOUR B
Beach Fishing SIERRA ATKINS REAL ESTATE MI' In I ... .. k ".. 1",1." io to'' PR' 0' "peel i red drabduubl| | i "A' $11000 eaiy terms. Large Oak
COURT MOTEL, Hwy 17 North, I CY 4-1111 I End net.1 ,'V 4)111.., ,'V 1 1797naht "75 M.rhoril Like Alfr'tf o" I. 117545). t3i afar' .t-.u K'"r in IN5PICTIONFur..I.
27-TF 280ct 28 111-1. :I 'o.11, '?l';:.'W''II H* mm' 116' 1121B (IMh I I (Have several desirable build Tree!II!

...... Model OpenlOOOAM.roiOOrM. : Ing loll. $1500: up
Enjoy living in file newly rdecorated **

A Retirement'! : : 'We have all\ these and many t bedroom born laNE

more very deiirable properties lection. Attractive kitchen
Dream A. J. Lynd, Broker ''In Lake Alfred, why not call, with range fc ret. tile bath living

THEY'RE EXCITING FOR 65 CHEVROLET t 1700 Sixth St.. N.W, I write or better atilt come by room hardwood Boon, carport

Hwy 17 and let ui show you the many Lot lOCI i IG ft. Only

nralcd, '> block off of chain of Whiter H. .., Florida advantage that you would I M.500. Terms U desired ,

take in SE Section 2 btdroom, r..... 213.1505Delivery I have living In our little lows

lit rg; room air condition, let Beasley Realty Co.
rat} floors, fruit trees, car By LAKE ALFRED: REALTY: ('0

shi 065 port & utility Only $15,600 m IIU7 FR 11171 FR 11171\ I *M *U Bt, NW CT 1-1711

eoaeI T ,'m. If deiiredBeasley ChristmasOPEN ALVIN C. DIKc.R, AMOC.

I JOHN W, IIENUER50N: A9soe All liars: JMTATH
Realty Co. 15411III tHedraum 1 baths, lamilr room,
I Amble aaraie cenlril beat and
134 Cth St.. !NW IT JIm air tarpal drape* rtuh. .hee, 995Ialh
HOUSE ;m NK 3930181 m-OcI uWIIMW
11131'' TOWN 942101 nlOlOlli 11)4339th
4- I III. HW .8. ca 1m", .'
Sunday I:30-1 P.M. dial 1 occupancy" (' r McComlc, \ MUST SELL
NnAur CT3-3649. 1W1

TI HOME OF Rrdur. $2,iOO- ties this -- -- Warehouse 4 display room with

I really fine. well\ built livable I I SI DAIRY. huus AlWRNDAUC b* saner on larcorner W Ft on Bth Street across from

DISTINCTIONI home :3 I BR, 2 tile .||4. Newly 4 ..* Mow Haven/ Hotel 2UO Ft deep, Mft
Krn.*rtar. flnn CY IMWu
I balhi, dining and Florida
PRIVATE IAKEFRONT a' rr on Mh Street and I block
ana, double garage Kitrhrn from center of town Commer
fine 1 Im Atlon fur a fine home O'ACIOUeTOME'
has abundinee of cabinet ... dally luoed Price $500uO
',arch tide of lake Mirror ilise li ( alh li< xhtml and ih< pi -
'65 Chetrolet Impala Super Sport C ovpe lovely I itri custom n,. built.in range, dishwasher .Inai rater 3 I lar*> bodniunu I cash or $uo.ooo with terms 29":
1' roomy .
bath. M ram (ormal din
built l btdrrwm t(i bath, faro breakfast" bar To Insroom <1"I.f. eerie, KONA IKfAl down balance t Yri at 6% lot
double home tal price $21,0uo) : 1. '..MTA'rall/\ Av. I I' Ifi Contact: Monty SibovathalerftCllOENTHALCR .
Uy room carport
'Y H"IV "Y I 444A 11-311.
off r- the moil In convenience" 13211ampdes Rd., UK A CO.

in_,beautiful and custom kitchen cabinets with built To locate this lovely home Ph.. 214 J11J .r 211.MM

Volume Sales Mean LOWER Prices To You area it cptlonaly nice homes tvr* south off Cyprus <>ir> 2 HOUSES 11-11

and nf1jl'bor, priced lower 1 I d... Kd al lake Roy Mo-

than r, pJat'l mrnt Costa tour trudge on UlHrrtsI to Cl GARAGE 2300 12th St., NW

I third .t,.... 'yI, .4

EYE IT..TRY QI LEIS BROS. I Lalofeeel.c with ntlaMe 1 14,.bra'
I $17,500 I',,. r.d.e,5 fnmi In'ill V.Ito .
HIiUi M. NW .
[ i .vio IMU ftif iiv,..g 11' 4, ,11
Winter Plan,".. Ma. 1 III.t, ualhs. lar*.. r Ki w"'j,
till sLeII.. 111I" Or .. .
II.i IK J2. ;au. 'i h.eaIbtlhen
727 (yprrii (iard.., Read I 114 3117 I patio teumli. '...1" e-8-,!
More people prefer and do Now Go Chevrolet This is Phone IIU5. PHONE .<<"c 4 ar ,..r.,* "'.f9-l--, r.
) CY J-iStO CY J-454Z I--. Ink. a<.... r., 'iju a 146

trade with us and have made '\ about the best thing that's J' 2G-U .1.. pi Wall w a t w 1J.171 I 'rr

us Polk County's I leading happened to buying c. r $

Chevrolet Dealer. Our trad 1 since Chevrolet started 1964 MODELS MUST

ing policy and after sale satisfaction building them Plus New GO SAVE UP TO

guarantee you the Jet-Smooth Chevrolets for $1,000.00 OPEN HOUSE TODAY

very best deal your money '65. Come by our showroom 1-3 B/R 2 Bath. A/('ond.

buy. Come buy and see UI and see the al-new Range Oven Diibwubrr .
Drapes. Carpeted" LivIng 1206
Buckeye Drive Buckeye Hills
why! Chevrolets for 65. Room Patio Inl41rtf.Im

$4Mi Porttock 5,.", Large Lot,

I 2 3 9'R. I Bath Ceiling Go 11th Street NE. Past Golf Course

We Are Proud to Keep Step with Progress of Winter Haven. heat fiance. V TerratM Oven Choke floor Vation > -. -

I Large Lot U. This ....."" Utefr *f He*.. TeWoy Ut,.

KEEPING YOU SATISFIED, KEEPS US IN BUSINESS! I 3 1 B R I Bath Ceiling O.PM.ads, ....... 0.11,501 f. e..d.et.hb LIYI., e .

Ifea' Trrraiio FVwriB MIDIOOM

REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS SAVE THAT EXTRA 510010 $300 AT < /rner.nit In Lot Siege Fruit. Tri largo

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On Chain Of This three bedroom two bath, II have an older home near the word"Sell
brand nw horn' has beauty Insld. ADEAL M-hodln with 4 room. down and 4
Lakes"No and out along with every feature bedrooms and bath up suitable for our Winter Haven Home. ESTATE
for modern care.free. Florida living family carpeted living and
Beautiful custom mad. ran- dining:: ::.a-- kltrhen feature Much as we want to return it
Road BeUeen" nets In a kitchen designed e.peelal.tflny built-in oven and range fireplace can not be". Near "Garner"
for the" modern homemaker. spaclou: corner, lot close In SUN AND
Well landscaped 2 bedroom asbeslni; floors: so easy to WUma Hudson NK: section priced at 1"00.00. school 3 bdr., 2 bath, $14,750.We FREE AS THE THE AIR
keep clean Formica counter tope have 130 FHA commit
1"bath Florida room living yr.
In kitchen and baths. Beparali'
547 Ave. N SE
& dining room, kitchen, ex family room and separata utility LAKE ELBERT ESTATES ment. Yw ewe It t. yei-nclf t. sea the foclllr!** ef our eHiee and ht service of! ear train.*)

tra large utility room, air condition and with storage safey designed room two conrret.car carport I Especially nice 2 bedroom, Z 17(1000 down will move you Into e e esaecioMS, any time you are ceo.lft'! buying *r wlllnq real ..tot.. Our entire nt.fla thorsqhly -

irrigation system, boat lush, grasn lawn with a"lli:1land""apl" ; : bath home with Florida room, this 3 bedroom, i bath home AGE GETS TilE NOD nperiecl], .nd ready te wrve ye*. Our facilitiet ere arnonq the newest, matt modern
already In. Antique dining room, built-in oven and I.rlFI..oRIDA ROOM near
dock, lift it shelter carport. brick exterior with cement til* IK* I .to-wall hopping A schools total price sad complete' In the Central Florida. ..... W* ar* readily available to yea And WITHOUT
\ IDEAL FOR RETIRED COUPLE lima root and accented with long range, refrigerator, wall 117 600,00. AND THIS home which the OILiGATION OK CHARGE Cosuilt with en now It don't "Cost" to Deal with a Real
whit shutters Your for just i carpeting drapes, fenced yard Nat. Real Estate and Building
tar It orgy
$17.600. with financing arranged.On '
and fruit trees PRICE RE. SPECIALIf
a large lot In the Hills of Lake Journal called an "Unusual:,
Beasley Realty Co. Elbert corner of 15th Court and DUCED $18,&00. House" (meaning unusually desirable
Ave E. NE. Call 2M-43M and ws eau would Ilk a nice three bed-
134 6th St. NW CY 3-2757 there with the ,. .lii"1I'U 84 for a retired couple) is
t you keys : rum home hardwood floors lot
rUa' I .
U nd hot bone lsv .
: Jt3-04S4 Sunday And bar l.ollt. olwoyi YOUR bt tlm"'
evenings. Open for
: Oolf only
x 110 near the course on the market at $12,500.00. A
I afternoons for your Inspection 1 IleLt $fOO 00 down call to see this Alit m t. skew. Yea any of the propcrtl listed below Each, I. its ewe clou and price brae....
N E. SECTION 1 block from near Lake Sliver priced at big corner lakevlew lot, and a
Lake Martha 2 year old S-bed- 04. ) UOOO.. closed garage add favorable ire GOOD IUY.
room home Lam closets, storage
beam callings, fenced yard, central WHAT 18 HAPPINESS WARREN SECKEL, Realtor LAKEFRONT factors.
heat air condition. Kitchen Happiness .Is a 2-bedroom 2 bath I e e !
equipped.. UMO.00 cash and assum CB home with oomplet O.E. built. -18- 2909 S. HOMES UNDER $15,000
19900 mortgage paysbl. 17800 per in kitchen for $13000 d.wn Want -- --- -- -- --_ .- HOW MANY ANSWERS r
month. Phone 293-357J. 15-11 In ere happiness LAKE DEER DR. $ 9,500. -SPANISH ARCHITECTURE 2 bedrooms Quiet Seclusion in Cypress !
CONTACT fHlli'K B FROEMKK 3 BEDROOM hnu. 2 bath ecreened -
FOR SALE 4-bedr?" bath. Pick up payment OWN Nlt J It V/kends 293-66111 I I Elbert Estat.i. No qualifying. CY t bedrooms l'.. baths 11 x 1? ft when the employing company ,
ER, 294-1310! It-It 1911IOHI H7JJ or CY 4-27M. 13-Nov 11 Florida Room -- country stmosphrrr -
--:- "",", '----r' rJ deep well private lakefront designates a distant area a> 16,000.-Concrete Block 2 bedrooms, screened porch, garage Convenient North
I only J1JOO down no closing your territory and says "work east location. 354 Avenue L, N.E. Financed at $45.000 per month.

: I I : \BEJ ER Anxious to horns routs for only- Imagine 114,000. a lakefront It"? So your house is on the I

\ .' market and a buyer is needed. $ 9,900.-HOME AND INCOME Walking distance to Southeast schools and

J I B Join HusbandIn CHAIN Of LAKESTell i iI In this case, a large 3 bdr., 2 shopping. Let efficiency apartment help pay for this 2 bedroom, Florida

BUYSSEE WlltlilUtltlnOt"rlOtl\ \ Cocoa!! I bath on a huge lakedrive corner Room home.
"'VII.. I
your husband to rherk this lot in a choice location.
) : A MEMBER OFOPEN \, ; Drive by 1960 8th St., SE & call lovely frontage walled on Lake estatewith Howard 100 with ft. Good financing available. $11,000. DOWNTOWN Custom built by one of Winter Haven's finest builders

,. .. Mauls Norden at CY 3-0731 & dixk and magnificent view I -2 bedrooms oak floors walking distance to downtown with
let her show you this wonderful good bedrooms 2* bath plusa FOR THESE AND MANY
wonderful FLORIDA ROOM -
FHA terms
buy. Spacious 4 bedrooms, carpeted beautifully landscaped OTHERS, CONSULT

den Florida room, 2Vt bath, hate yard *Shopping fenced Center too near- North U000down $11,000. SPACIOUS OLDER HOME within walking distance of school and
large living room & dining :: ,
... will handle with terms --
room. Delightful kitchen with rail for appt. Real Estate & Ins. town Beautifully maintained.

1It .r 2 all extras. Central air conditioning C''I.L "S FOR TRhDkie3tl'ALTlit. Jan 119 Lake Sears Drive 3
$11,250-$450( payment Phyl Village -
l .
drapes, intercom sys : LXI'HANIiIllnREALTY: : 175 W. Central 293-4114
bedrooms FHA No. 09628571.T Price
_. tem. Double garage. Price Conscientious service for 35 yrs. 1 bath Case Repaired

I ... Good terms .
HOUSE 28750. ATHERTON 18- $11,300-$350. down payment 1690 Klatt Street S.E. 3 bedrooms Florida

Co. Room 1 Bath. Repaired Price.
TODAY %.6 P.M. Beasley Realty

3-BEDROOM. 2-BATH HOME .34 6th St, NW CY 3 2757 CO. MAJOR REALTY $11,500.-$350( down payment Shamrock Sub. 1645 Fifth Street S.E 3

Location: 1510 Ava. E, N.E. -$y K1U mCULISTMOUTdAI.K'; HKOHFKGrM'ltAI. bedrooms 1 bath FHA Case No. F 09.252761.T Repaired Price.

Hills of Lake Elb.rt l'ONTRACTOR1"rNALD
As Is Price $10,950.00.
Ml W, Central Ave. : 1"". TALK
Designed & Built By Construction BY OWNER Lenten Ursc Athertna, <'V 4-l004 Reft. Heal Eatat
L. D. & J. R. TUCKER Company 1-Ur. 2 bath lam kitchen dishwasher barUnusual John A. Raman( a A.b"."".,.)(\ *-)mMtei A Mortgage Broker $12,750$400. down payment Haven Homes 2403 Avenue A, NW 3 bedrooms
lots of cablneta eating
\ 241 A,*. K, N... CY J.3044 amount storage and e-Io.! .18. 293-2178 1V4 baths FHA Case No. 981-006001-203. Repaired Price
flu Double carport., double utility
mom, paved 'r..kJ :::\' Midway between Auburndaleand $12,750.-$400. down payment Haven Homes 2405 Avenue B, N.W. 3 bedrooms
brick front ovsrlmiklnii LARGE: 3-bedroom. CBS house with Winter HavenS
lake access. Custom built for over 1 acre of land Close-In, Water S Bedroom 1 bath FHA Case No. 283673-T. Repaired Price.
owners. Solid construction Excellent ivstem and tractor shed Also DOWN
HAROLD SELLERS BUILDER low down 18-30 $100.00
financing payment 2-bedroom home CY 3-8614
Terms to suit )+u. 1031 Hill- $13,500-$450. down payment Jan Phyl Village 808 Lake Spirit Road -

more. Dr. CY J-82U3 after 4 00 P mweekdays. NO CLOSING COST 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath FHA Case No. E 09628661. Repaired Price
275 Harbord St. Lake Alfred 14-K 3 BEDROOM $:"apio Mania
As Price
Includes Taxes '... Is 1315000.
2 BATHwith U-

FR: 2.1509
fireplace and large formal HOMES WITH INCOME J ,
dining room. A gracious and U.S. GOVERNMENT

BUILDER OF charming home on a lovely $23,500-6 APARTMENT Modern CB Building All one bedroom

t spacious lot. Reasonably pricedat HOMES FURNISHED Efficiencies Rented to year.round, adult tenants

) $21,500.00. Property Is vacant $100 DOWN only Close-in convenient location $330 Monthly Income
QUALITY HOMES and may be :seen at anytime.

MSJ Call Payment as low as MS Per month, 17900. MASONRY DUPLEX in Southeast section Completely furnished
Including tale A Insurance 1
a la> aw t S bedrooms some with built- even to dishes Each side has two bedrooms, full tile bath, big
l in kitchen. and completely redecorated Florida Room LIVE IN ONE SIDE. RECEIVE $90. PER MONTH
You by buying one
294-3528 can save money
Choice Southeast location 3-bedroom, 2-bath living 372-1002 or or thew homes .
A 293-2517 or 293-9338 $13.500. LARGE COMFORTABLE 2 bedroom 2 bath home dining room

I room, wall to wall carpet Florida room, dining kitchen 3-BR. HOME 15.18 SAM MOORE, Realtor and den Central oil heat PLUS furnished garage apartmentwith
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2-car air conditioned Good financing. furnished large 1661 1 ROSEUAWN i W a.Bedroom un stk M., rCV : income of $55. per month Walk-to-town convenience.
garage, Completely on 1 bath bull.In kitchen, Seals Nights IV: lama
Oth I St., SE North Slocum Water Gardeni. corner and lot. T Beautifully shade trees landscaped corner C.nu.. bl\/: 2/313/| : up payment 14-JU*. .. _- u-TY

blocks from OWNER will sacrifice bedroom LAKEFRONT HOMES
NEW COLONIAL TRILEVELAir Only $12,750. Just 2 home. fireplace. screened porch
schools. CYPRESS citrus, nice neighborhood
conditioned 3-bedroom 2-bath, 2-car garage, rliwe-ln garage Come In'I"thia comfortable $22,000. TERRACE DRIVE on Big EAGLE LAKE magnificent 100 x 272

2-BR. HOMEon B GARDENS and easy horn paynitnlK and lime 4IS,. 7th Low Bt.down NK lot with white. sand beach 2 bedrooms fireplace in living room

living room with fireplace, kitchen, family room. AREA! -.. extra large screened porch has built-in bar complete with sink
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Large lot Northeast Section. Good terms I 11 I Court 85' x 135' lot. Priced to sell modern Florida styling
at only 6500. Small down payment Between Lake Roy and Lake

NE Buckeye Hilli.TUCKER. and assume payments of Summit Quality built home 133,900LAKE MARTHA Almost one year old owner transferred closeto

only $65.00 monthly. 3 bedrooms 2 baths, kitchen -- schools, town, shopping, hospital everything! Nicely located on

BUILDERS with built-in oven, range, : small lakefront lot.
18- easy maintenance 3 bedrooms 2 baths deluxe !
ref. disposal, drapes panelledden
features throughout. ,
PHONE CY 3-8492 Large living room, slid .i I
ALL BRICK nOME ing glass doors onto large back
J Bedrooms. I bath. paneled 11vlog screen porch Extra large 2 !w't6
room, largo Florida room built- owner anxious for offer.
For Residential or Commercial Construction in U 1:. kitchen with luminous cell car GARAGE, terrazzo floors,
leg, utility! room, UITUSO. floors.Beautifully B fruit trees IT'S VACANT, .
Repairs, Additions or Alteration landecsped Outside $37,000-LAKE ROY ON THE CHAIN OF LAKES 4 Bedrooms, 2% Baths,
Drive by 420 H1LLCREST DR.
I Call city, but liss city water and .sew. 1(00 (th St., NW Florida Room, Dining Room, Patio Porch Centrally heated and
and call
er. School bu. to all schools S E. us *
LESTER C. ADDISON, General Conlraclor WO DOWN -".*IM." MONTH 372/ IMS or 24 352 air conditioned Custom Built with Deluxe appointments throughout

1516 A,.. H. N.E. CY 3-1748 31-Tr I Beasley Realty Co. I 2 LARGE LOTS I 155,000.00-BEAUTIFUL LAKE ELOISE Modern secluded Lakefront, 3 bed

--- ----- 114 Sib St., NW CY J-27S7
bath central air. Small and
room, 24 grove beautiful landscaping.
I Notes CY J'2(71 I Overlooking Lake Howard insetting

In."Spec".TlonSpecials __ _
TERRACE of beautiful homes. $$80,000 SOUTHERN COLONIAL BRICK home In setting of fine homes on
Reasonable price $ .OOO
Ave J. Inwood Section Chain-0 'Lakes. 3.2/10 acres of well landscaped grounds.

I BRICK HOMES: Majestic Home
A.-3<<2 Hickory St., NW- CY S-frWS 'I LOVELY HOME
attractive 2 BR home Interior
.utl'ul one end twe story hom.. odor.t.l" priced with completely redecorated with Fla. room & basement. GROVES ACREAGE LOTS AND INVESTMENTSWE
fe.turti usually found only 1 In expensive home Designed lr floors OPEN HOUSEDon't Completely furnished with 2
the growing fsmlly and set In a pretty serape grove. beautifully- terrazzo landscaped -- rental cottages On 100' x 200' HAVE EVERYTHING in vacant land from nice wooded not.too.far-out

AYe 0 TO WiSTWOOO SCHOOL $10,900ith a 4Vi' % mortgage miss seeing this Central lot facing on S. Lake Shore building lots to prime acreage lakefront lakeview lots grove. THERE IS

TURN SOUTH. ON JStn IT.l payable $:lUS monthly beat and air conditioning, S Way overlooking beautiful NOTHING YOU CAN NAME in real estate that we cannot find for you if we do

including taxes and insurance. bedrooms beautiful big kitchen Lake Rochelle and picturesque not have it unless it's something for nothing" and that can't be found

with dining area, nice Urge uv. Lake Echo anywhere.
ing room, at the low price of

l BRIERWOOD't. B- 3355 Ave. "S", NW 2 1295000. Stop in and see< this II- What we have described above we consider among the beat pooifclt values for

BR and Florida room new Red Brick trimmed home the price asked. But if don't see what you have In mind in this ad write
with 1,000 ft. .f living ares, plus Urge you
1 an hornet over refrigerator, drapes,
range, at 2424 34th Street, NW.
utility and snclosed ..r.... Monthly payments of 170 (Ion TAD) air conditioner included IrrotlttlbleRetirement \, (\111, give us the details and we will go to work.

J a good buy at $11,000.C EDNA WATSON B
C Collier Dr., SE (one REALTOR Home! FINANCING Is something else we can help you Iron out. REMEMBER -

HAND CYPRESS ESTATES block off Cypress Gardens II (th lit.. NW CY 44141furnishd i You will love when yew see this I we are EXPERTS in our field and our service it yours fer the asking

Road3BR3bath) U. Beat 2 bedroom CB home in SE: I no charge no obligation! Write, call or cease in, anytime)
W* have Just starts tfsvelopins' the limb 4 *f many flee new Florida room double Section 1 block off of Chain
homes with nailing now floor' plans and ...tur... Cu noun did garage central heat and --"--.c: AREA-- of Lakes walking distance to
by fiv. lakes on N. Lake (.Lit* Dr. A Miller D,. They Ore air conditioning a new Older Solled"n frame SHOPPING CENTER. Has AT YOUR SERVICE
located In on. of the fecal desirable' neighborhoods In the art*. at home Walk to SLU>..1.| and ttorvs.Needs 1
home realistically priced down 00 large living all electric
Watch for ear Orand Opening or better yet. tome out COW ol..1r ISOU | per room
and Inspect the guahty.eatortole" and workmanship. that .. 'eto $21.000. I I month LEONA.; 8 HKAI ESTATE CY kitchen Florida room, til* bath I REALTORS ASSOCIATES
MS Arc r 8K fY
ash Mme, W. wit, wstcomt pose Interest onlll "", ,,,.nt.. D.-200219th St., NW excellent J.2t416: : la-SO; terrazzo floors carport fruit I

condition 2 -
,...., R-VSULI.
win buy the furnishings HAROLD S-BAKSS
Florida room closed garage $200.00 DOWN 1 JULIAN A. ,JOHNsTON '". LeAN I.LtHAnt


month -payable t'J,900.LEIS $74 per I Beasley Realty Co.

CY 3-0465
3-7147 4-2875 TOWN & COUNTRYREAL
BROS. OLD. Built in Hotpotnt kitchen,

REALTORS oil heat and FHA financed. j, NEARLY NEW

'. e \. I I' 'I. '1M' ",,.. .... not Sixth Street :NW 1 I J.... HOMI M H.fWrdSrtMt ESTATEof

e .. j.. I.. :" Oppoaite( North Gate) JOHN G. WOODREAL !is tk* Alfred
.. 241117 ESTATE i I Harold Seflerv Builder Winter Karen
lot< > .. .. I 293 2317 ZlH33t FR 2.1350

\., ...' ill 1IOm lAlf A"If" m MagBolU Ave
j I 1 I CY J-IJ41
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IN DEVELOPING LAND z = Associates '


p Helping Winter Haven

For Responsible Service See Your Realtor Today T

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40 Acres Bearing Oranges 10 Inch Well and Irrigation
Pipe. 29% Down Price $10700000 t. 757 Cyprose OarS.lead 'In wr now lulldioy nett toCUMMINOI'1
our own private world In the heart of Winter Haven Pur.lt.rd 55.1. 5000015s tar, new SOUTH.IAIT REAL ESTATE, INC.
uperbly landscaped walled grounds with 100 foot beau.ul 10 Acres 1/3 Mature 2/3 4 Years All OrangesPrice the PLAZA.mo lisle's.a.pplo. aeurtae sinter ....."...tM. will w._Seme tlos mat. I.. .out.teato
Lake Howard frontage with dock approach then 2100000. osd dial .It" 55.FHA t i1 pegi ---
brick residence under the large shade trees to the 65 Acres Mature Oranges Includes fruit No cold damage
completely lanced yard outside covered patio sep- 29% Down. Price $25000000
[irate green house equipped with overhead sprinkler and & VA HOMES!
700 Acres Excellent Pasture Land
heating units step inside to the beautiful Florida room
Price $150.00 Per Acre.CLOSEIN.
admire the interesting lakefront panorama through the WI Saud Igttol en .n PHA A VA .....I..d 5."'.. as law
glassed windows with carpeting over the soft cork floors as 1100 DOWIII, w,'" law ......thl, p.y.ests No w fop
'I- to the right Is the bedroom section which has two bed. partNUtsn.
-rooms and two beautiful tile baths to the left 1 I. an

|other private bath and separate entrance pretty kit. 2 BR CB House. A Real Deal at $10,500.00REDICED Ell lldt"..lake... wttH Mirth ftnji..htd. punt PNIVATI.I rntl LAKIPNONT*.U*.t .FUNNUHID Idol.
chen feature stove and refrigerator the central heat. ..ntiramcnt ham 9001 water activity sad f.INS. .
ing and air conditioning and many fine feature will add $1,000 county !*s.a .nl, r**.."."1" .M... *t I1T600MrMmy .
Beautiful 3 BR Country Home with Florida Room Fruit
to your enjoyment and pride in ownership of this home- .
Trees Price $11,500.00.SMALL 1011 tam.. Drlw. Nw ottrssUuel FU/INS/HID
priced below appraisal and we invite your inspection and I bsdram S baits; LAN VIIw C. h md urml.
comparison-Shown by appointment. NEW .. Moen .sill.. Mal "lIIlt.ln even and ...,.
Id. 00 et.. f.ltltu..5. sarpert ..nd... 1800 Third Street S.W. -
2 BR t Bath CB Home on Corner Lot. Priced to Sell al. .at.
$7,000.00. i.roundsprh.kl.r' lyiUm all. for 00. Your Headquarters for FRIENDLY

RELIABLE real estate sarvtctt
Ml W. Ctntril Av*. for these and other listings, contact

ft ALTY John A. Rmu, Aloe. CY I.7104Nlt WASPISH. aiCKtt H..IUi,

Co. ( .. A sun.) Vorner 293-S497 or 23-S454 JOHN C. FISHERRealtor Au.. .. tw. .PS.

Shirley Srtlnmtfs Assoc. W H. M.R.yn.ld. CV I.101Hiltn n''n\' A.OfN\

Will"." CV I.. MWllm Cut.D"'
Mites & Weekends
"Realtors and Exchangers" M. Huditn CY I roar
293-847 or 293-7700 727 Cypress Gardens Road Hit 294-3S44 tune Clary CY *.uuSCHOENTHALER Pl.a4S11S' 1

SUNDRY STORE In busy tI. .

B Shopping Center .................. $6,000 rf$jir)1f (\) : '"

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M Busy Area ........ $9,500,1/3 Down NORTH GATI
& CO.

FLOWER SHOP $1,500, $500 Down Let't Include "REAL ESTATE" In your REALTOR -


On busy Sixth St. & U.S. 17- IT'S FUN IT PAYS!

G3MO Close In. Lot $25,000. Terms. Groves Acreage .
411 E. Central Ave.' Corner. .
.. Fr. .
'' 11 Norms Lots

Winter Haven RETIREMENT HOMES $8,500 & up 1200 SIXTH ST.. NW.
Commercial Property

RENTALS GROVES LOTS For courtesy tours and conscientious countering, "Our
Phone Staff Is at your tervic without obligation, of Monty Schoenthaler Broker



B Chuck Fre-ernkf Roy I, Thom

293-3528 934 Sixth St, N.W. CY 3-2727 2f3-4SS2 2f4-3lf7 W R. Welfliiberger

Red Brick, Furnished Retirement OPEN HOUSE


Brick, Furnished Retirement Duplex. Living room,
Want an elastic older home with built.In sunsets VAN DUYNEReal
bedroom, bath modern kitchen each side Electric stove
and refrigerator Carporte. U block to Catholic: Church Four bedrooms, 2 baths, MUCHO air conditioning? -
Estate & Insurance Agency
I and several other churches center block.
: shopping one
Privacy with lots of parking space?
Patio small garden area, nice oak shade trees. Lake
Access to chsin-of.lake school bus and
access After downpayment, live rent.free. ?One side Office 385 Lake Howard Dr. 175 W. CENTRAL AVE.

rented to same lady for six yean Half of duplex rents Plenty of room for Inside laundry and storage?

for $125.00 per month in winter. Taxes with homestead Separate apartment for parents of guests WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA

exemption are Ml.00 year. Price 1550000.
Possible third apartment or office, double carports Phone CY 4-2444-
and ?

Friendly neighbors birds, squirrels and rabbits t
U so, then com to the 2 story duplex, PLUS, Jj
Homes Lots Ranches
Located at W7 Ave Z, N.W. (Sunday P.M. t:H 111 I:M
, 928 irk ST. N.W. CY 4-4149 ,

"W. Are A Multiple Listing Office" 128 Third St., N.W. "Cifrnj Crow Oar Spft lt,"


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., ,5. .I..ate.. ...Halo' .,..._...._.Wa0... $250,000 3V. Down, 7 Years on Balance. ALL PROPERTIES PERSONALLY INSPECTED
WINTER HAVEN \.Jo 0 ". "_ C..r0.o. r..515

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BOARD OF REALTORS Development & lorestmeot Corp. ... 11 f.r aB Ywu Real Eat... Nude GLENN D. GERKE, REALTORAND

Walter J. C.lem s. ..oit.


r i 24-1S01 294-1112 1 0f itfc St., N.W. Winter Haven

110.1 P urr for s1. H.loew '.._.I 243A A. N.W 214-4111 Pkeae CY 14270nday

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J ((13)) RM| Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((14-A' ) Lots & AcreageCommercial Attract! *. Mftirary I

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Tak' u|' paymmita a well. I local- I I
..4 3'bedroom. CB h"m. in Lake cambiaatlmSI )
I 1 PM TO ( PM Alfred. month Paymenla PR 1-IUI lerw thAn II-Nor 112.011IN.r II 50 x ISO Ft. looted on Ave, C. SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY I MONDAY I 3* Veln.

HILL TAKE YOUR HOMEIN ----- SW. Aero from Exchange

TRADE, BRING DEED BY OWN *. Fwrniihed badrooni Bank Parking lot. Wide newly
home Aiumaaum "Idlng en ca. paved street with alley entrance 77P-l
3 BR, 2 tile baths. LG living Large feaead lot Carports Will ta rear For sale by owner WIN A BRAND NEW I
utility ty bulldtac. Air ndltlonar Call
room L| family room Lg heat tortnklar t'w.VH7u raaasn- Phone CT 1.ST71 After t PM 0S
central air. and heat Par abU Me Are I Weal or Edna Walton, Realtor, CT
qut floor. built in Weetmg wood echooL --t NOT 1 44141. CHIC outry
house kitchen Drive out to H16 S-BEDROOM home with built-In 1965 THUNDERBIRD! JiWfl6
West Central, or call Allen O E. eveand surface. unit Chain WINTER HAVEN LAKEVI*:W MASSAGER !,4.
link felloe. Fl",Ida room, Elec-: LOT High elevation Good oak
Dowd 384-3401 after 6 p.m. trued haat I0t 2nd M Jan.Phyl tree on But Lake Hartrldn DrArremi Free Jutt W .
Will aacrtflw 1 at 1100 down, uV* In Chain of Lake. 13800 00 Absolutely -Nothing to Buy '
.18MM up pajrmant* Call CY 14M6 or Phone PR :3-ln or write Edwin LI clip this coupon fill out and deposit in Relenes cud.
CY M481 or context by latter, I. Moore. Lake Alfred. Da -18Commercial contest box at nearest Eckerd .frllh. Q
00 DOWN H D Dims) 1711 High ft, Leer o your Drug tired acbisgmaid.
Duy newly. decorated. bedroom' burt. Fla 14-18 Store. You need not be present to win. .._
horn. breawut .bar built-In range. BEDROOM!: frame houM located Lot 'V Enter as many times as you wish, Just ask
17400 large lot monthly, 111: .MO.. AppronlmateIL 823 23rd 81. NW Call LakelandMU ,. .... for your free coupon every time you visit n
ESTATE;: :, CV 3-0187. CY 1-2446 61Av 8-3142 after 5 00. 16-11 85' x 190' corner lot Haven your Eckerd Drug Store. Heavy, duty electric meter--eicl... I
lent for entire tody U.L, Approved
C, 8E 1..30 :NEWLY PAINTED I BR I bath dale Blvd. at ISth Court NW- i .
J--- C.B. home, Double carport, porch. next to of retail stores. fully gecroacead.
5 MINUTK8 from Winter Haven, Vacuum item, fenced yard. DaIrabla group CKu.fFeMureiSriicliaie.lM.> 19(4 VorUrglli .mr.wl ECKERD
new borne, antique brisk and rod 814 location near new shop one of the few good locationsleft DRUG STORES COMPAREAT

with wood 1 fireplace BR 2 bath.Lane. DohO modem room !lchool.ng center Owner. walking traniferred distance. Low ALL on Havendale very reasonably "Ills troop got lost and was found by a troop of Free! 1 W5 Ford Thunderbird i '! 544
..Immln, pool located In ftnutraildentlal (>own Payment Aaaume Mori priced at only $12.500- Girl Scouta. $$9.95LADIES'
1310 Sevantk BL 1 E MW011(13A
lake view aou ace
<*$ Chain ot Lake CY I-79W 8I-TI' contact ui at our new office NAME . ,
13.31DY site
ADDRESS . . . . ,
OWNER S-bed room home ( ) Groves
Excellent location. Consider equl Ridge Bridgely CiTy. . . . . JACKETSMEN'S
ty In mobile home JS8-3US7 evening
\ !. 1M2 STATE . PHONE .
WINNR Will .. tlLlCUD OCr a., Ise.COUI'11' style
BEDROOM house and SbedreofflhouM JOHN M. TAYLOR _
(Leek .
|100 down WO 00 month AU oranges but mostly Valenclas '
afOKTUAafi It food credit CORP CY '<:j&IWJh"J. Mature trees except some 727 Cypress Gardens Road Polk County Duplicate Brldae Director 1J DBIJ i I.ackac leskets) geelleyeisy5

J HAVEN 3ITT3BEDROOM young reietf Deep well for Irrigation Phone 294J544SACRIFICE ] with 100. .nyeslietag

CB home built-In Near Auburndale and -18- NORTH plays, South was held to 8 tricks I =
love. 1 bedroom wile. fenced could be used for subdivision S-96 and reduced to a quivering mass ifsQftQnQftgg (lock, whip acleigeSlut II
yard. Lakevkw lot. UK down and Cash or terms. Price: $32000 H-A72 of Insecurity. Mrs. Ryan turned 10
assume mortgage. Will take boat D-O I 0653WEST the ,
car or truck ai trade 114 Park C her ankle, tripped and fell to BRILLO PADS \ 11
Dr.. Carefree Cove 18-30 Charles A. Adams -AQ4 EAST the floor as she left the table
2 Lot Bun Acres She was not hurt and she founda V
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NEW a-bedrmm Florida room Registered Broker -IOSI
Good InvHtment
cloir-ln 824 Ar. P 8F Pay Total Price 1700 H- ,1 menu | t.00 n.'' n. nth OWNER* I' 6th St., NW CY 1-3SSO or make cash offer D-K2 D-J94 I Soap Pads c
BUILDER rV M268 lll 18-19 Sign on Lets C-1071 C-J152
CY I-H5I SOUTH It Reg. 27c
Remit" I w Ih COUMfl thru Men le/ICt
The team of RobertThornhlU _.

((19)) Card Of Thanh C-K96 D-AIT of Mrs.Winter Theo Haven Watts, ,Doug and Hall this : BAN-LON ...,:'

columnist .all of Lakeland. COUI'ON'
01'H HEARTFELT: THANK took the lead after the first SHIRTS <:'_;
In all neighbor and friend who All N-S pairs reached the I ;H\
session of the championshipevent SWISH DETERGENT Fame./ .
extended comforting sympathy and normal 3Nt contract with the
f help In our recent aorrow For the In Lakeland with 19 out Mob. I
beautiful aervlca. floral above cards In a recent Mon- E.wnsert.d
of 24 points The team of Mr. Fin hall.y
.many other klndneeaei we are day afternoon duplicate bridge and Mrs. Jim Nicholls of Lakeland 22.01.
"iee| ly grateful In Winter Haven.All West
FAMILY OF fame and Mr and Mrs. Frank 9OC ewers
U.S. MARY MLCIIAK TEBDIK players automatically made the u el vow
\ Stupor of Winter Haven were
184.21 normal opening of the spade 4. second with 15 1/2 points The Reg. 39c tflM JjIL 88 \'i

South declarers were pleasedto ,
3rd place team. Mrs Perry 'm I I w th coupon thru Men It/10))
find the diamond
king fav- Swindler of Lakeland and Mrs .
SAVINGS orably located, guaranteeing a Ted Flanigan. Mrs C.W. Walker 1 !3r
In Memoriam
((22)) minimum ot ten tricks. West
and Mrs Ewln Williams of
i defenders who were too eager to Winter Haven had 13 1/2 COUI'OYBrushTop KING SIZE TRAY
cash the spade ace after taking -
To loving memory dt my daughter points. The Charity Masterpolnt
Ilolen I Burr who paa ed the diamond king allowed game In Bartow was won by SP01REMOVER .
BONDS nway five years ago October 17 South to make 11 tricks This TABLES
October bring aad memorial of a Mr. and Mrs William Dancy ofLakeland
was the case with
one exception
loved one gone to red but shewill and Jim Nicholls of
\ never be forgotten by the one And exceptions make Lakeland and Mrs R. D. Hoganof ( I.e'. Ionic lemavoble I r e y I.
who our loved longing her, few beat have Nobody seen knowi m* the best stories. Lake Wales.There ,':f Dry Cleste1i C 7 Kurd/' tubular '/.< lI.
At table Lera 2 .. ,
weep, but tear are shed from my one Mrs Ryan I Fllli"- for 2 9 In bra legs -
aching heart while other: are fait of Winter Haven was sitting In < R eg. Z9cIL.mlt aliened .e asleep. the West position. In a momentof will be a "free din. I '
(( Mother Mr. B. R. Wilder wild abandon, not completelya ner" game in Lakeland tonight. I wdh 'ou... thus Mon /-I I Iu

-JII1 typical behavior, she Inadvertently All bridge players In Polk County 1 4U 88 i
sorted her hand Incorrectly are invited to attend. The At $1.49
She placed her deuceof dinner will be at S:30 and the I METAL UIILIlrFJ3STEP '
diamonds with her heart tame at 7:00 at Morrison's '
suit, giving her what she thought Cafeteria Banquet Room. Players I] STOOL THROW -- I]]
should go thru the cafeteria
was a singleton king of
line, select what they want PILLOWS i
diamonds After South won the go I .
opening spade lead with the king to the banquet room and turn Na y 9aua mat Ji '
\ Mrs. Ryan dutifully played her In their checks when they get I al with thick + iMurful, r aria .' "\ I
diamond king on declarer's ace. their entry slips for the game. I enamel ceatlnq' _IOOS team '.
I A moment later she discoveredher Dinner and bridge are both $. ] Ideal fee hard.t*' filled. wltk heavy I

other diamond among the There will be a matter-point I reach placet duty ititcbiaojanerted cir
equally red hearts and followed game In Lakeland Tuesday I around h.",.. den*
suit to South' second diamond night. Winter Haven will hosta office. ., HI Iwgoi at77c
1 [ 0,0 .
lead. North, South, and East Charity Masterpolnt game on Iraq
0: gasped Inamazement and staredIn Wednesday night, and there will *- \

admiration at the bold and be a Special Masterpolnt game Ii Sat. $3.98 1 299 i
brilliant unblocking play that Thursday night In Bartow A Value FISHING TACKLE
transferred control of the Winners Game will be played a
diamond suit to East's jack. Saturday night In Winter Haven DEPT. SPECIALS!
South realized the Inadvlsabll Next Sunday will be mas
Ity of continuing the attack on terpolnt night in Lakeland SWING-TOP

diamonds; a spade lead by East : CASTING
through declarer's remaining HAMPER Direct ..,
spade honor would wrap up the casting reel and 4' i-ff, f
suit for E-W. South switched to rod with metal
All Jurnb caning
the heart suit, hoping to find .t.. Cj AliI'i 1 r 44.qt curaew h.'par-ld..1 handle
West with three hearts to the trash
11.1. or
queen. Once more South was unable 'laundry k a m p e t- $190 249 r
to cope with Mrs Ryan's a YIk ; e e i y te class. Mnl.. List
defense 1 tary 11 u r d y ,latticcemrrucrle I
Mrs. Ryan upon discovering ..
her misplaced deuce of SPINNING OUTFIT
diamonds, had again sorted her COMPARE
hand. this time covering her 199 #400 Garcia Mitchell
1 heart ten with the queen, giving AT $319 fast retrieve open face
h r 1I rrc her what she thought was a ipinning reel with lifetime
doubleton queen.On South'.A.K service warrantyand

of hearts Mrs Ryan played thee 10.rRA'3H.S.IS T RADIO 6-ft. Copt Fishfmder
and the queen. She was shocked WA O. spinning rod with filed

I 0 to find the heart ten still reel seat
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In her band but pleased that Fobulevt sew lees
control of the heart suit was $41.95
peneble.dle with ) gt 2229 t
now also transferred to the East Si 2' i In. endl! dy if' 'Q'-\., \ fiat
\J o QOJ hand with the Jack As a result semis I peel* r. J '

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, American legion's New Home Finest In StateLocal I

Post One Of First

Established After WW 1 I.m..e etaa.r.--

.. _11_"'_ b. .I'Ii Frieraon-Nichols Post 8, The American Legion : sa.aemtit.eeeto. exasasewwaaeeeaesww.e..m..e

was one of the first Florida poets to be established J _I --q'I II

after the end of World War I. There are two membersof I I i i
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this post who were at the Caucus in Paris when

the great veterans' organization was founded.For H I II -.sate. 5

several year the local live They not only participatedin
organization met In some rented every phase of the home work,
rooms In a boarding house west but spearheaded every drive and
of the present Are station.Their every war time task within the TTiL-
meeting hall was later changed community.
to some room over a store. The close of the second world :
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With each move Post acquired war came In 1945. Old and
better faculties. young veterans began coming -j
During all of this time the home Frierson-Nichols openedits

members of the Post were membership immediately to ;Tr1. -i t,1...t ..-' --.-,., ,Wrhr
active In every phase of the those who had defended their 1 \1. ., "
growth of the community.There country In times of dire stress "
wasn't a single drive,organization and the membership began to II tr : !f :., ,
membership, or new enterprise boom.At 1 .' .,...
undertaken without some one time there were over I .. .
member of the Post serving In 800 on the rolls of the organization. J
some capacity.In The first World War n ..
1930 land on the shores of commander was R. Elmo Hood. .1. =- O OSr Qc ; t'' 9
Lake Martha had been acquired Under his direction the post I .
for a newborn Elaborate plans again began to become civic- )
were drawn for the proposed minded. It also began to take
home-club house. Memberswere on the responsibility of serving/
ready for a financial drive in major capacities at the LOBBY ENTRANCE to the greet hall. Here are to-
that would assure that the local Legion district and state levels, cased memorial bricks, each coding $125, placed to
organization would have one of Winter Haven's first state honor servicemen and friends of the Post Funds from I
the finest buildings In the state. commander was Frank these help defray building eipenses end future e.panson.Tfce .
Because of the depression, Brigham, who was elected but
which had lasted some five died suddenly while returningto
years, money for building the Winter Haven from the state
new quarters became exceedIngly meeting. A few years later Pictures by Dick March
hard to raise, so nothing Commander Hood was elected to ENTRANCE AND LOBBY of the newly constructed Frierion-Nicholi' Post S American legion! home located on the Architect B. T Jones I
concrete was done. State's highest office shore of Lake Silver

The Winter Haven Hospital The Post was able compete
then was faced with a serious in many phases of the Legion
problem of having to expand.Its work on the state level and won
old building was entirely repeated honors with Its outstanding -
too small and Inadequate in Honor Guard. In 1904! ,
every respect. Post members the Florida Legionnaire began
on the hospital board suggested publication In Winter Haven and
that the Legion make a swap of has been published and printed
the land on Lake Martha for a here since Today It is distributed
building In the center of town. to over 00,000 mem-
This was done. bers of the organisation.
The Post then moved to the AS time went along many of ru
location on Fourth St., SW, and the local men were made District
remained In this place for 29 and Area officers Tlw __ t
years. Club rooms were outfitted also served on many of the national _
on the ground floor. The committees Important to datlfi
second story was made into a the work of the Legion on its I
meeting hall, kitchen and storage highest level. rr I
area. It was called home. Bov's State, headed man
Membership began to increase years by the late Commander
until the Winter Haven Harlan Jameson and now In
Post became one of the largest Hood, became the model for
in the state. even state In the nation. It
In 1l40-41lhe! Post saw many is held each summer in Tallahassee -
Of Its members going back Into( is directed blo .11
service; World War II had start' Legionnaires, with an oll> 1 _
ed. The problem of the older Legionnaire staff drawn from
men was to keep the post ac throughout the state .
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SPEAKER'S PLATFORM AND STAGE et the east end of the great hall. This serves KITCHEN AREA OFF GR EA HALL This It a fully-equipped kitchen with enough I
at In e number of capacities On each tide it a small dressing room or waiting room, leaee to prepare food to serve ISO oeriant.

Oi, Juno 30 lU'u<). mans oj tits piece of pror"rlon tho i rij!.
men, e i s of the, l 10'.1 Post' were -
again called to the colors when tatted( I i.I _
the United States entered the swap the building on f om n =
K :rc. Mar. It called
rRTELEVISION was a for the lake property 1 he J'' '
poll":,< } etta by some political was In business! for a new h"ittrFund I
I lit those who tought .
raising begin An 101'
on )Kor* ,HI beaches, In Its mountaIns B. T. Jones, a memli, of I1I <
and on Its plains consid- was retained todu* ui 'ij/,
ered it at' ythlng but a police plans for a new home. \ build
ahim-I, they called It
war. Ing committee comp" n.''i '',if
MIS, end)veteran came back Clark, J. R. Anderson) WjiirBell
x ari .urame eligible ft*memtei H. B. (PoW) Snivel. I Hill.
''I'|' InttssAmerlcuLK/gt/ .
Hoes Raid**, Ultner Reel, Hm"
lids i i ,fit veterass' organUat Hood, Frank Holland a"I., .. i .
; <.it> n the world.he Rynerson west to work ..,, 'I
membership again svgJ overall plan began to all Irl, ,
new heights and tadrtldui plaee. .
again took up the duties Within a few month I i- 4.
of helping in every civic en apparent that there WUUM '7
terprise! as bad their comrades sufficient tends avallahie.na !; '
before them. loan from' the Cichanyillonal .. w
1 The problem of a new borne Bank! It was don-x-'t "
became more &lid.on lmponant. bend
Coenmander H. .. Bids were called for I' 1
(Slim)) Summer vllie Hpotmed work started early In the 'I'\ < ,
LOUNGE located just off the bar end past Commander J. W. Clarke of IM4. By Septembei 11 te
recreation are. This "re. hat not been completely fin as chairman of the building and building was ready for ?
Jshed. fund raising committee. eupeney; Poet, AuHllar, 11-2 r r I
Hunter H'Ir110 owned s lee TK Afeiwy moved In.

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". GENERAL VIEW OF GREAT HALL 'loeUg; te.erd the itage. The hell" will; teat JOO
persons fee e general meeting; or It will eceommodete ISO for e banquet. In the center
of the had I I. a daste fWer. Slidina glen oVert open elf the hall to e i long terrace e..,. I
I..Hog. Lake Sttver.

".w, \ Today, rnereon NleteU see esrwrp lie sea maw teeeeai efAoers W me FkMace Offlser Kenneth Duke,
i Post a ant hoes. ef ... flues every Tne_' ....... k tea sjNjre. Post aret c......r DwaM CfcUM Jay Coder Historian
home to me Fete of ,......
!, 1 t. mis "tiaistlssl/ Post HSSMM J. Kotter, AdjMkMl Jell W. Jeeee W. Glue Sergeant.al.
.hen resMta sosse NsellMg he sd sir si lyye arest AstaMd, first flee Comm. Arms Laurence May, Executive
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tones /at,
; the Ie ,.f.. : Be. Ai.eJ? J Bz Ryne. n sad soctsl ese.1 ke of- der WUItasa I. Motto Sensed
holding ;
COMMITTEE e.fi"91 r lounge
BUILDING a : mury.. tie HOSMT Gmrd.ete ComMtMeemes
Leer of me pat e;Ht toh ves Vise c......., CieeterSdMoaoer It. Elmo Hood
'lounge area. Left to righ. ere I. T Jotter, architectR. I cc t a ) t J. & JI'e; .... Tag Ageney and all of mebrinoet rental rate sdMdut wltMii a Third Vice Com- J, W. Clarke Edward Marotti
Elmo Hood J W Bill CUrke,, Commander Don I are nettled In their wok or two. milder WtUtam watioa, sad H. R. .....,YU1e.

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n More Than A Dozen Packing Houses Process Fresh Fruit For Market I

,... facilities in the world for the merit In farmers and growers aftermath of the Dec. 12-13
There sae at least a dOleD ,. .
glgRil le .r..ry .case setta lPe avt harvesting of fruit In bulk owning their facilities In this frese dramatically demonstrated .
packing houses in the Winter
for fresh fruit shipment. Last way we can control our workersand the value of growers
Haven area supplying fresh season they harvested more methods through our own owning their own packing and
Florida citrus to the nation's than 1,300,000 boxes of fruit board of directors, which directs processing facilities. The
markets, tad their capacityrange without using a Held box or a the policies We think true also brought out the fact
e Under there is no substitute for beingin that growers 'without a home'
from a million boxes
li. V. Phillips, manager, said, business for yourself" for their fruit suffered great
downward. ,It I is our belief that there Is Phillip continued, "The Ioa as."
There are also several organJutlooi .
which, though hiving -

no packing facilities, engage In I SERVING YOU.. By Serving
the growing and marketing of
fresh fruit.
In normal year many of Florida's Citrus and Canning
these houses operate throughout
the season, starting In late

to fill July.and running right through /Industries with:

With list winter's freeze cutting .
\ the supply of fresh fruit
as well as that ticketed for .
processing' these packing ""t ,sass : SUGAR CANNED GOODS
1 couses will of course be running '
\ on reduced schedule, but ,
they can be depended upon to CANS CONTAINERS
Chip their shire of the crop
and add proportionately to the
community's economy. all kinds
The Winter H a Tea Citrus
Growers Association dates backto
the early days of this city's Lt.. Irregular Route Common Carrier at Canning Plant
beginnings as a citrus center, ort'' caul td siaf9 % f ,
and la one of the oldest fruit a Supplies and Products.
companies In Polk County, hiving .
1 been started in 1909. r Call us for the fastest, most efficient truck service

The company handles between 1fI''' .
(50.000 and 1 million boxes annually available in the State of Florida.
and has a payroll of over A TYPICAL PACKING HOUSE OPERATION
$500,000. It bandies the fruit of
its members and also packs on The firm la now operated by vice present and Bob a* processing plants. composed of some 200 growers,
contract for C. R. Llnebaugh Roe's two sons Willard and secretary.general manager, all Bowen Brothers is another who own approximately 6,000
and Associates, Florence Citrus Fred and emplyet 250 to 300 graduates of Winter Haven firm that Is in the marketing acres
Growers and Tracy Fruit Co. at the peak of a normal sea High School and of the University business, and owns several bun- They own their fertilizer
J Besides Its packing operations son.Diamond of Florida, where they dren acres of groves in this plant, caretaklng facilities,
it has Fruit Co. of Winter area and as far south as Ft.
a grove caretakIng majored in agriculture. picking and hauling facilities, a
service. It Is affiliated with Haven, like the Roe packing Pierce. Formed In 1953 by two fresh fruit packing house, and
Florida Citrus Exchange and Its house, it family owned and Though started on a modest Winter Haven brothers, Gilbert are stockholders in Florida CARRIER
4 fresh fruit la sold by the Jit operated. As a partnership of scale, it now has four large and T. D. Bowen, with one Citrus Canners Cooperative of
ter's sales organization, Scald- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turnbull. buildings on a five'acre tract truck, they now have 60 trailers Lake Wales, which handles all Telephone FR 2-1 452
Sweet Sales and it was bought by them in 1951 and ship to two mil.
Inc. through and employs up to 400 people up of the fruit that the Haines
membership in the Florida Citrus and has been operated by lion boxes a year Their head.
City does not ship to
Turnbull. at the height of the season Its company P O. Box 1081
Canners Cooperative Is furnished quarters are at Fourth St. and the fresh fruit market.
Diamond Fruit if In the business Is confined to fresh i
outlets for canned fruit. output Ave D, SW. Florida Citrus Canners packsthe i
of packing, ahlpping and fruit, where It stands in the
The cooperative pattern of Haines City Citrus Growers Donald Duckbrand single- LAKE ALFRED
the citrus Industry, now almost selling fresh citrus of all kinds, forefront of the citrus belt's was organized in 1909,and packed strength juices, citrus salad,
universal in Florida, was set both custom packing for grow packing houses 18,000 boxes of citrus, a canned sections, frozen
orange tt ttr
54 years ago by 20 growers in era and through cash purchase.Scald Star Fruit Co. In Lake Alfred fledgling in an industry that and grapefruit concentrate, FLORIDA
i the Winter Haven Sweet Sales it Its lilts Ill I
area who was Itself
only Just beginning
was formed 23 years ago Haines City Growers apply
organized what they called the agency, and its products are to
try Its wings.
by eight and
throughout the United area growers all modern methods of growing
Florence Citrus Growers Association States.shipped deals exclusively in fresh fruit, A grower-owned cooperative, harvesting, and packing
and bought a packing normally parking about 350000boxes llamas City Citrus Growers Is citrus. They have the largest
\ house from an Independent. It it located en the ACL of _
oranges, ,grapefruit ----
Railroad, and his a capacity
1U first production was 11, tangerines and temples
three carloads of
of grapefruitan
863 boxes that was la 1909-
10 but it grew apace and hour, normal production be. The company also operatesa
was i decisive factor In the log about 60 per cent of that grove service, and is developing r lfiLlflll
fresh fruit field until just a Dundee Citrus Growers Association new acreage In St !
\ few years ago, when, with the is one of the largest Lucle County to expand its sup
decline In demand for fresh tangerine packers in Florida, k,4
fruit after the advent of concentrate though III capacity also ranks ply of fruit. ICE MEA11S i ,

the association de. well up among the fresh fruit About 85 are employed In a
tided to close down its fa. concerns in the state.
cilities. Volume runs about 1,100000 normal season in the packinghouse

Florence Citrus Growers If boxes, of which about 15,000 and 100 more In field
still, however, in the field, boxes are tangerines Most of operations, Norman V. Huff Is
J buying and selling citrus It the production Is shipped piggy president and Robert Huff is
\ produces and markets fruit back to Newark, N.J". Its sales vice president.One .

from approximsgely! 8,000 acres agents being Seald,Sweet Sites, of she newer operation Is l' ., ", J .
\ of groves Inc Tracy .Fruit co, established ",/,"," c ,I.. .. rif'' ,
Another of the older houses lets than five ,
The association Is 40 yean years ago but
Wi is W W Roe tad Sons, founded .
handling volume
1 old has a approaching
ST members and ibout
in U23 by a New Yorker who million boxes
j ; a a year
came to Winter t Haven in 1910 4,000 acres of citrus, and employs
and went into the citrus industry 250 persons Tracy Fruit, which is head
as a foreman at the Its cannery grade fruit is ed by Archie Campbell as president
Winter Haven Exchange He and Winston Lawless as
later went into buying and selling processed by the Florida Cit vice president has its packing
fruit. rus Canners Cooperative at

Roe built the present packing Lake Wales. done by the Winter Haven Citrus THEBIRDS
plant on Ave. R, SW, and Lake Hamilton Cooperativewas Growers Association but
acquired groves to assure a established In 1943 by Harvey
supply for his plant, the first B (Pete) Snively and is does its own marketing, about
one, at Ave. T and First St., now run by his three sons: 15 per cent going Into fresh
NW, being still in production Frank as president, Harvey at fruit and the balance going to

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I Waverly Growers Cooperative Celebrating Its 50th Anniversary This YearWaverly

Growers Cooperative divided Into several smaller t ..
li cal.brating It" 50th anniversary sub-exchanges
this year These were hectic days In the
The cooperative, which bas brief life of the Clearing House.
over 200 member growers and The newly formed Federal
expect to pack close to 2 mil- Farm Board was an InfluenceIn
lion boxes of fruit this year bas i bringing the Exchange: to decide -
J Jest completed a $350,000 plu.ellp&uion to withdraw fM! om the
program Clearing House. Waverwas!
In connection with the celebration equally active in Its endei or to
of the SOth anniversary, persuade the Exchange to con.
a booklet Is being Issued telling tlnue as a member.
of the history of the cooperative This was the first time in the q
and the town of Waverly history of Florida, and the only
I The vlllace of Waverly was time, that the industry bad a
founded alone a road built medium through which it could
across the 48,000 acres knownas meet Its problems unitedly.
Big Peace Creek by "Cld In 1931, the Exchange:: voted
Rough and Ready" Zachary formally to withdraw from the
Taylor while he was chasing Clearing House This action,
Seminoles through the wild of together with many other die-
.I' Florida. agreements on policy and at-
r Waverly was named for the rude between Waverly and the
1 home town of one of the three Exchange, culminated In Wav ate .
original founding families, the W, C. PEDERSON erly making up its mind to end t
W. B. Camp ll., who came President its connection with the Ex

from Waverly, N. Y. ._ change.
O. H. OMlnger, who now live r--- Due to several problems con-
In Babson Park, 1* the ion of nected with the withdrawal of
t F. W. Ohllnger, another of the Waverly from the Lxchange:; a r
4 original founder of the community second company wa* formed
l He hat given some history called Waverly Grower Co wn
L r which Is Included in the operative.
brochure. When the withdrawal from the
According to Ohllnger the Exchange, and the payment of a
Federal Farm Board -" ..
"first Waverly grower" was mortgage --
Chief Tallahassee. were completed in 1936 Way. WAVERLY CO-OP HAS COME QUITE A WAY FROM THE SHED WHERE IT STARTED
In 1878, he said erly Citrus Growers Association
the chief
Aerial View Shows How SO-Yeer-Old Hen Grown.
moved from Lake Pierce to the t changed its set up toa stock Graphically Operation I'

Orange northeast of Lake Rosalie. ".... -:. ,.,::--. WILSON & TOOMER
growing in the
hammock along the shores of FERTILIZER COMPANY
Lake Rosalie were planted by
the squaws.
The Chief would come back end -
and camp at Lake Pierce,
Ohlinger said, but finally sold FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY CO.
the large bearing grapefruit
trees at the south end of Lake DIVISION JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Pierce to Perrin and Thompson 1.s .
of Winter Haven for $1
The Winter Haven men moved Executive Officerof
the tree with a two-wheel GROTONESUPER
ed cart and set them out In a the Polk County Citrus Sub-
grove located near Florence Exchange, provided the spark !
Villa This transaction took that started the Waverly as- I
place about 1886. locla tlon. I
Citrus groves grew and pros He called together a small PLANT FOOD
pered at Waverly from the time group of growers In Octoberof
the first settler planted themIn 1914, and got them to Invest t. WITH PESTICIDES ADDED
the 1880' until the big freezeOf $3,000 In a small barn-like
1894. packing shed.
After the freeze,Ohllnger and This first group of growerswas '
Asa Gibbons, the other founding made up of George H. Gibbons -
t.ither. brought their groves T. A. Currie, C. M. Bo-
back and planted more. Their land, D.C.Bowman,J.R.Davis,
groves are still bearing today A. Brannlng, Philip Close, H.S.
and producing profitable crops, Norman, It. O. Yost, 0. M.
R. D. Fuller planted the first Drelbert and T. H. Fuller. I ..
large grove In this section in The volume of fruit packed
1906. It was financed by several the cooperative In the first year
people who owned pa rts of it,and came to only 9,725 boxes Thousands
its total planting comprised 160 of acre of new groves PeiIIcI4es
acres on the south side of Lake were planted in the area, but firtlllitrt
Mabel.A only a few were bearing. It i ir i- .
big boom in Polk' citrus, could easily be seen that when rr _
business came with the railroad the young trees became older .
that was brought south from modern packing facilities wouldbe k
Hakes City In 1912. in great demand OFFICI P. O. BOX 72B
C. H. Walker, always a friend
Promoter brought people in -- PHONI EAGLE LAKIFLORIDA
from the north by the trainload of Waverly, called a group of WAVERLY GROWERS COOPERATIVE HAS AN INVITING FACADE 2f3-IS20
and sold them small tract of men together and told them of a I
land with fantastic promises of plan to expand facilities. Southern Hotpitelity Fairly Eiudei From Itt Manicured Grounds, Tell White Pilleri

what the future had in store for Walker said he could borrow form of cooperative, and. by a greatl) reduced costs tl',' t:raw ,
them if they would plant a $10,000 from a Winter Haven prearranged plan took overall ers
grove.It bank if five growers would sign members of Waverly Growers In 1940, Waverly suffered the
took many years for these the note. This money could then Cooperative and cancelled Its greatest freeze since It had been
dreams to materialize but be used to secure a larger charter. Incorporated, with temperetures -
some people actually lived long loan.In. The associations name was as low as 30 degrees In RelaxMR.
enough to see even the pro 1920, W. L. Peterson became then changed to Waverly Growers some (roves.
moters' promises come true. president of Waverly Cooperative, and W.L. Peterson In April, 1941, Waverly experienced C
Waverly Citrus Growers Association Citrus Growers Association, was elected President s hall storm that '
the first name used and J. D. Clark was chosen to Emeritus John D. Clark became caused the lOll of two crops,
by the present WaverlyGrowers serve as vice president.It president, and W.C.P.d- as well as considerable temtte
Cooperative, was born out of a was during Peterson's erson continued as general to many trees.In .
great need. years as president that Florida manager, a position he first 1943, froaen concentrate l GROWER !
Deep sand and slow transportation became a real factor In the cooperative occupied in 1921. was developed and the oenlnc .
made it essential that picture of Florida.In Waverly was Influential the plant received new equipment
packing facilities be at hand for 1927, Waverly assumed an formation of the Florida Citrus to handle the product It was
the grower. Increasing volume active part in the creation of the Canners Cooperative in Lake also during this period that MORE THAN
and lack of sales effort and Florida Citrus Growers ClearIng Wales in 1930, and also was the Waverly Growers Cooperative IrrsiI
promotion on the part of independent House Association.This first to build a cooperative fertilizer Joined Florida Citrus Mutual.In .
buyer made it was statewide attemptto plant. 1984, Waverly took action
necessary that growers combine organize the citrus industryand The ice plant followed In 1932, to plant considerable acreage
to promote their own busi it was successful. It was and a few years later the Insecticide on a cooperative baele. The
ness.C. also during this period that the plant where spray materials next year they first authorised ( I 13,000
H. Walker, then manager Polk County Sub-Exchange was were manufactured at handling some fruit In bulk.
This year Waverly has added
$340,000 worth of bulk headline
equipment.In .
lHe the applleeilon of
spray to roves by a helicopter
was first tested on Wsverl I 1ic
acr.ti Since then, this typeof GROWER MEMBERS
ROE spraying has become fairly
G. common In Florida.
In December, 1997, Wsv.rly
WM. and Florida was hit by the wor.t ;; /1j KNOW.
freeze since MIS. The. eoW .
weather lasted tor several
weeks Into the first..rtolM,
Inc. and this served to help save WHERE TO TURN FOR
SONS much hit by keeping it pa rtMt -
& ) frozen, the same effect as
keeping fruit In a prteooler:
during moat of the wtttfer. FACTUAL CITRUS INFORMATION ON
On Dec II, 194 J. the worst
SHIPPERS freeze"' to hit florWi ..me.W. .
fRUIt c. Peterson, who became
fRESH president of the cooperative taU4r
said In a letter te members PRICE CROP SIZE MARKETS

"We have all heard a .lattfcmt
the 1 m>4.9* treecee twereso
disastrous] bttt whet aU *. ell
and done about the prevent DO YOU ?
freeze we will And that lessen
of fruit from this one will far
exceed those Of ItH."."

fcls'ir A troscbwe, of "verljr dec4 eedsltsMsr tlM the- YES RELAX MR. GROWER TURN TO

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"t II!, It i ilgDtflcAM ttai tn
! \ March 194 the Wsvertr Board FLORIDA
:. of Directors approved a major CITRUS
ir ode mite i Ion ofilltr"tttarud ... Y r ,
receiving I facilities by ay-
fi nrtrr s project .War tor fee
eipenditure of al.-. $400,000
for balk baodJii faeW..... As olokdand/ f' : "
la (914. when a great need was MUTUAL /. .
suffered by establishing a cooperative -
Florida I : rt
tor tile kawSMg of
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growers tnrit, some Mjr veers .
later this seme principle M being -- ". :: ;:
followed by termer."roving nj'; i '
services M ......,.. Waver -
1> KM Indeed sade tremendous "Cooperation is Profit" : /
Haven Florida strides during (be .past .r
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Activity At Gilbert Field Greatly Increased The FINEST FRESH a 1ikir'

I By Many Improvements Made RecentlyWinter NAGEL GROVES p.ttO Cypress GIFT Gardens SHOP Triangle

Haven Gilbert Field all over the country, and into schedule for their flight lessons, features are the unobstructed -
is I busy place the year round South American countries on while the intermittent students approaches to the runways, Cypress -
with an average of 1,000 landIngs both business and pleasure appear from time to time for There are no buildings of any "
and take-offi per month jaunts In hour or two of Instruction height to present any dangeron Gardens Rd.
While student pilot training The latest Improvements ait There are two runways at the the final approach, no trees At Entrance
accounts for a good number of the field consist of 12 new T field, one UfO feet long and or high tension wires! ,,
the flight, the 52 regular aircraft hangars for housing aircraft, the other 4000 feet Runway To
alto account for a large and one new 60x60 foot hangarfor lights enable the facility to While no major repairs are Cypress
percentage of the traffic an Aero Comander This stay open 24 hours a day handled at Gilbert Field, minor Tree Ripened y Gardens
Eight of the aircraft based makes a total of IS T hangar, There is a direct dial telephone repairs can be made and full y
at Gilbert are multiengined, the main hangar and the new to Orlando and Herndon flight service for aircraft is Citrus Fruits
ranging from two Aero Com hangar, and an administration Airport where pilots can Ale available
enders to a Cessna 310 and building which also houses a their flights plans with a mini. The Winter Haven unit of the Fresh Fruit
Link Trainer mum of delay Direct From
three Apachei There planes
Civil Air Patrol la also located
are primarily for busirvesi The Link Trainer, used for The runways are well over at the 1iMd. Jelly, Candy
rather than pleasure simulated instrument instruc the minimum length needed for Grove To You
Jack Brown, airport rator, lion is the only one available operation of almost any twin "We try to help them out as 'e t And Gifts
\ figures that these aircraft are In this area, engined aircraft Douglas DCSs much as possible," Brown said FLORIDA'S + ,
used 75 per cent for bunlnesi Brown currently has 15 "ac have landed there several "It Is awful nice to know list Bonded Shippers i
and the rest of the time for live" students and about 50 times with no trouble whatao if you have any trouble they
pleasure intermittent" students, The ever. will be out there looking for
The planes are used to travel active ones show up on regular Among the many attractive you," CY 3-8506 CY 3-8506

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Sunday October 18, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NhWi>-CHIEF--WiNItR r HAVEN. FLORIDA Page Five

lOver 1100 Students Enrolled_ In New Junior CollegeThe

biggest and most Impor- I4i., r ..... lied an annual staff has been than a technical-nature, will be creative writing, ceramics,
tant event of the past year contributing ,. \ selected, there is talk of a taught at Polk Vocational Center flower arranging and many
to Winter Haven and literary magazine a debating also located at the airbase others will be offered.
Polk County progress,cu'*.&ral. ; society has been formed a student By making It possible for
ly and economically was un- sr council was put Into operat There Is work being done students to stay home and still
doubtly the opening of Polk Junior ion, social activities for students which Is not for college credit, get an education; by making it
College -- .. ,, have been held, Intra- but the persons in these course possible for almost everyoneIn
Not least In its claim to the mural sports are under way,and have passed the standard entrance the community to further
area's No. 1 event was Its many other activities, and traditions requirements fOr \the their education; and by providing
overwelmlnf acceptance as have been started. coli.... a center for the cultural
gauged by the opening enroll Lest we forget, there Is another Some of the non-credit courses betterment of the community
ment. phase to the school: the now being taught at the Polk Junior Collage has Indeed
Over 1,100 students Joined the : A ; ; & : tr r evening 0011.... collage Include aviation ground been the most Important thine
opening class 670 full time and All work in the evening college school, real estate, and fleet to happen to this country in
another 550! attending evening Is being done on a cottage management.Later quite some time possible
classes on a part-time basis. ,-- 5 w level. Anything below college If people want them! since the fellow planted a citrus
Though extensive surveys level, or of a vocational-rather courses such as square dancing, tree.
have not yet been made of the p4LK
current situation in Polk Coun-
ty relating to higher education, 10R CoLL GFt
I some facts are evident. Thirty
per cent of Polk's high school
graduates had been going to college -
each year. MATERIALS
Now, 30 per cent of last June's .
graduates from the county's
high schools are attending Polk Ii
f Junior College. Besides this, it -..- '.. FOR THE
Is estimated that another 25 -
to 30 per cent are attending : 9e.

other colleges .:.. ....,, .
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This means that an estimated -... -,,, ,
total of 55 to 60 per cent of -- ,, -, ; : GROWER & PACKERof
Polk's graduates are attending :'!t- ; :
college, as compared to 30 .. .
cent In 1961. "" '-- per ,. ... :;;
This -. -:.._ _I't': .4.'''' <;
compares favorably with -- -- ""' --
Palm Beach County which sends
highest percentage In Florida. Polk Junior College, Less Then Two Months Old, It Already I Hallowed 'InitiMlon

The advantages from the cul work In the field under the direction
tural standpoint to the countyare of some of the leading VEGETABLESFLOWERS
obvious.From the economic Ie wswr ., agriculturists In Florida.
standpoint, the advantages are Lee officially went on the payroll
not calculable but are just as ( In mid-July, although he
obvious, for the more education wan actually working both In
its people have, the better the I Tampa for the television station -
county's economy will be. and for Polk Junior College
Polk Junior College, which at the same time before then. GROVE HEATERS
opened Sept. 8 In temporary
quarters at the Bartow Air Shortly before time for the
Base, is the culmination of a school to open a stroke of extreme
dream toward which good luck befell Polk
many peo I
ple were working for more thana Junior College. Two colleges I ALL TYPES
decade. After many setbacks, were merging and had over 1-
the college became assured last 100 books they did not need.
fall when the electorate approved They offered these books to Polk
a tax levy to help finance it. fur $1 I per volume, only a fraction
In January of this year, Dr. of what they would have HAYS '
Fred T. Lenfestey, then vice i. cost the school otherwise.The ... / /+ yeair.r.ey. s
president of Pensacola Junior faculty members, 30 In
College, was hired as presidentof all, arrived at the college Mon-
Polk's newest college. G11 day, Aug. 17 On Friday they
Dr. Lenfestey began Immediately were treated to their first aoc-
to tell the people of l i4 lal funtlon In the community at
the community of his hopes -/-- a barbecue given In their honor
tor an outstanding Institutionand by the Winter Haven Chamber
how they could help get it. ...", of Commerce. P. O. BOX 892
At the same time, he startedon -r:: Registration started Wednesday
the gigantic task of hiring ".r. .;. Sept. 2, and In spite of the
a faculty, setting up the various .. r tact that far more than expected Telephone 293.3116
programs and courses, obtain registered, there was no
ing supplies, determining ad- problem In accommodating WINTER HAVEN
mission requirements, and all ever)one.Classes.
of the other things that go with A started Tuesday,
building a college.In ""'- IJ; Sept. 8, were suspended Wednesday
mid February James E. .. ... ..* Sept 9 because of the FLORIDA
Hauls,.director of the distributive threat from Hurricane Doraand
education program for HEAD OF POLK'S NEWEST COLLEGE were continued the following

Lenfestey Hlllsborough and County was, Joined given Dr.the Dr Fred Lanfettey and Girl Friday, Peggy Gibson day.Since classes got under way,

task of setting up the technical a school paper has been organ-
programs and the evening col- ------ ---- -- --
a graduate engineer, insistedon They took great care In
lege.These having equipment that would selecting the faculty Owen M.
two have madean
meet his standards.A Lee Jr of Winter Haven, who
excellent team.They refused
to be stampeded Into doing less lot of equipment, though, had WETV been educational teaching science television on, Blue Ribbons are pinned
than the best, although they had was obtained much more was picked to bead the agricultural .
only a few months to organize economically than the drafting
the school. And they also took machines. There Is much available program.
time and spent the taxpayers from the government, and
money as if it were their own. much equipment can be obtained This is the most complete ,11
County School Superintendent from other schools and private ag program available at am ONLY ON WINNERS
Shelley Boone tells the story citizens, If there is someone
college in the state It
about how he tried to get Dr. around who knows how Junior Y1
Lefestey to settle for some less combines a well rounded general Qua
expensive drifting machines, Dr. Lenfestey and Harris definitely education and specialized
but to no avail. Dr. Lenfestey, do. technical courses with actual
Since (1882 the dominant principle in the production of

a ?" our nursery stock has been to deliver to our customers the

NO ONE BETTERSFIJJD4d1a very best that knowledge and skill can produce..

: e LAST YEAR out of the many thousands of trees sold, our customers report an

: : : : overall loss of less than one half of one percent. This is just another indication of

the fine quality of Glen grown trees.

FEDDERS STAYAHEAD WE ARE ALREADY sold out of some varieties but we still have available for

late fall, winter and spring delivery the following:

IN SALES ON ROUGH LEMON Hamllii, Pineapple and Valencia' Ofonge; binges' and Glenred grapefruit, ; D.llcy

ON SOUR ORANGE Temple and Valencia orange) Tnomota fink' grapefruit. ; Orlande fangela


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October 18. 1964 WINTER HAVEN, DA' _Y NEWS c "II'. f \\ .t R HAVEN FLO JA Pogo Seven

I I Winter Haven Offers Opportunities: In All Phases Of ArtsWinter

Haven offers euttw-
al 1 opportunities for regular lum coordinated with those of provided through the fall, win there are always eouraaa M
and part-time residents, JNMMC the public schools. ter and spring months a*. Win cultural subjects for beginners
and oM In every' phase of Hart Adults education courses are ter Haven High School and and advanced st.J..aU.

A city's cultural level it to-
variably Judged by what It
has to offer in the way of libraries QUALITY CITRUS'Lake
and innate and In
these folds winter Haven
stands with the best in fact
In musk It It unique among

cities Its due anywhere ,' ---- -fL. .l1..__ '
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Its public library, In existence h .' '
more than half a cent Alfred ,'" 'vi,, (\\\-1 ) .., .
tury. offers facilities equal to i ., 't1 ] ,
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1 communities of much larger 71: '- -.L- 1 .
size P ;
With more' thin 24000 volumes !
on lit shelves and Packing Co. :w ; r-
boasting a circulation In excess t j
of 185.000 annually It is a
keystone of the cultural life .
of the community Its modem
building opened In 1955 and
augmented' by a comfortable J i.s
i reading room added In 1961 I ? i -i.
Is of
: one the finer structuresIn
the city
( Mrs. Elbert Jones has been
f head librarian for the past 21 s .
years and has a staff of trained .
f assistants who are all
available for help In research
An Idea of the library's service \ \
to the community beyondthe M
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actual mechanics of pro -
viding the literature of the
world. Is the fact that the
times monthly for research Ridge Art Center Is Headquarters for Sunday Painters and Pros Too SHIPPERS

assistance.And .
through Its affiliations, directed by Christian Kirsch The Civic Music Associationwas The association was reactivated stsnding artists: available for
the' library Is able' to provide a of Tampa, one of the West formed largely through after the war. whenit Instruction. .
borrower' In a day or two and Coast's outstanding musicians.Its the efforts of Mrs W, Ray took its present name In Ridge Art Association
for postage only any book In repertoire covers the full Martin, the Rev Harcourt 1949, when Nora Mayo Hall now with its own
print.In range of music from classical Johnson and the late Mrs T. was opened, the concerts building on Third St, SW, is
the musical field the to the latest Broadway show B. Palmer under the guid moved there, which made possible headquarters for painting,
community boasts the Winter The Concert Association has ance of Henry DeVerna of the' the addition of more ceramic and all the other FR 2-152J .. Lake Allred, Florida
Haven Pops Orchestra, now scheduled outstanding per* Community Concert! Association members because of It. caps creative arts.
In Its 11th year. and the Win formers again this year, and of New York. city.
ter Haven Concert Aisocls- it too ranges In its appeal The Winter Haven School of
tion, in its 26th season witha from extreme to the other, as, Mrs. Palmer and Mrs Martin Much of the asioclation's Fine Arts Is unique too, In offering
traditionally outstanding for Instsnce. the San Pietro' who is still an active' success has been due to Mrs training for young pro-
member, canvassed of
program scheduled for the Orchestra last year a chamber much Martin and Mrs. Carroll SmithII pie in music, painting, language -
winter season music group, and Woody Polk County to build up the' who has served in an executive and the dace its curricu
In conjunction with the Pops Herman this year, as boisterous membership in the early daysso capacity since the re
the best artists be'
Orchestra, which presents a purveyor of the beat as organization Presidents since
several concerts annually, the there Is alive.Herman 1949 have been Roy Wood,
community looks forward and his band will Interest grew rapidly and Jack Owen, Mallory Roberts
each Christmas to one of the perform at Nora Mayo Hall. the concerts had to be movedto Dr John Sikes, Carroll Smith With Winter HavenMany
highlights of the musical season where' all the concerts are the high school auditoriumnow II, Carroll Teeter Norton Growing
the' presentation of Han held, on April 20. and his con ( Denison), and one year A Key and currently. BillyeMullms
del's "Messiah" under the cert will be' followed by dancing all 822 seats in the auditorium Smith.
sponsorship of the Winter Haven The opening program lithe were sold Factors have contributed to the growth
Ministerial Association Norman Walker Dance During World War II the But music and literature
What makes the orchestra Company on Nov 12, followedby concerts were first moved to are not the only phases. of the of! Swill and Company Agrichem Division at Winter. Haven
concerts and "The Messiah" Melvin Stecher and Nor. the First I Presbyterian arts which are available The
unique Is that there is no admission man Horowitz, duo pianists, Church, then abandoned in city abound In so.called
charge on March 5, and the Kratmonsvlc 1(43 because of travel restrlctions. "Sunday painters' and facilities -
The orchestra' this year is Chorus on March 21. __.___-. for_ them, including out,








During this period another important section oi our business grew up. Swills Growers

." ,, ',,'I'y : has recently become the most significant Advisory Service, introduced many years ago, Is now recognised by Swill customersas

) q" word in the Florida citrus industry. a necessary service in growing belter crops oi fine fruit.

,; More and more, growers large and Swifts Grower Advisory ServiceThe

1 small are turning to cooperatives of

one sort or another to market their Swift Growers Advisory representative is qualified by Formal Education, and training *

crop. But co-operation is not a new In the field, to properly advise Swift customer,

idea IT'S BEEN OUR POLICY SINCE Swift growers Advisory Service comes free as part of your soil fertility and Pest Control

: 1909 and a successful one. This is howit Program. We have complete Advisory Service for Citrus, Ranchers, Vegetable Grower

works: and Ornamental Growers.


MARKETING is done through Sealdsweet Sales, Inc., and

through Florida Citrus Canners Coop. Our productsare

marketed under a leading brand name SEALD smrae r ,leffunr a nvt ,f."t 1.fi h ,,, .NSI pnwartrU Tse.e.esa

,., SWEET CAPIDOME. .,. Clttrs ( FerCltrrs

GROVE CARETAKING We are fully equipped to We Offer Blenn for Citrus, Vigoro Commercial Growers, Paslurgro and other formulas

meet the needs of any grower, no matter how largeor in highly desirable Pelleted torn

Swift Pelleted Plant foods spread better and tail longer All Plant foods are available
small his acreage.WE .
in Bulk or in Bags.




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WINTER HAVEN, FLA. 3.3147 Drawer 1272Sunday

SINCE 1909



Sunday, October I 18, 19M I

1\1\ Winter Haven Has Variety Of Youth Programs For All Age Groups Ii Iif '

Winter Haven has youth pro. signed to Interest all Ill'groU\! .
f trim tor any age and any taste, Girls are taught such I.,!,
organized andunorganired' ,sum. skills as cooking, sewing, b.tJ\
r mer, 'winter and year-round, care, menu-planning and fuoj.
ehurelk wnoored and non sec. buying, the purpose helm .
f tarian. equip the girls fOr their /\Iture
:: I lives
I TIle city recreation depart.
given a
They are good hack
; :
meat provides the biggest pro. rround in homemaking skills
I of activities for
tram young peo.
leadership training, groom
pie, from tennis to Uddley.wlnks, _
sad 1 health habits, sports
from finger painting to flying
i id ik athletics, dancing and d r I i I
model airplanes, from horse. teams, dramatics, music, an!
hoes to hopscotch to hiking, .
; arts and crafts.
from dawn to dusk and 36S .
_. The clubhouse has a llbr:r\
days a year. << .... .i- & and,<: considerable equipment,

With several permanent play. .P" .JIk -1r.i The Citrus Center Boys Club,
grounds Including the central. -t-.
: established seven years ago in
ly located Rotary Park, with :..-. -. --..... -_.... .' .!. ::--t! ,. a remodeled library bulldlnt .1.1Ave.
three city-operated beaches,two ... ... .. ; -;:: -- '?: N and Ninth St., SW, the
teen centers, and a summer :'T- .. .. _.. Boys Club has come to be onto
Jr ...
program that utilizes the facill. ,. .... ........-... of the most Important Instilu.
) ties of the school system as well ... .,. ; ""; -. -: lions In the community, but Its
as the recreation departmentthere 4TA .-:. ....c.. .. "
'- ... ..... ':" 'M_ potential has been reduced be.
\ Is scarcely a youngster -. cause of limited' facilities.
In the community who does not, -- -,; Last year the Ralph Thomp.son .
at some time every week of his -r_
family offered a site for a
or her growing years, take part J located
new home, Just off Ha.
In of the department's .t-.
some -6J vendale Blvd Ota Smith,who has
programs. ; been the director of the organ
But the city program Is only I k .ration since Its Inception, lists
part of the vast network of facilities . .' the facilities that will eventual!)
for guiding the young ,...'. ..... 11 .,. .. be available.
people toward wholesome ac .. ', .. -" There will be a clubhouse
':;" ... ::- -. ---- .... .. .... ." / ,
tlvlty. .. i= _'.. .......... -... which will house a gym, a 11.
\ Virtually every church has .....:- .'- .' "l:" .... = _. ,,;" .i I- "r..l.' SaesrsY d' brary, arts and crafts rooms,
its organizations for young peo. l---- .,. .r. ..... .. _II,. '-.L. .,. -.;.. ..",III .. ., .. ) .. game rooms for both senior
pie, each with recreational pro. -. \. ....t-. .", :,. \.. '.- tt:.:,. "-", : A1 boys and Juniors, and a swim.
grams as adjuncts to its rellgl. ... "':. : .. -: :.". ... ..L.... .. ._ ... -- mlng pool, regulation baseball
A -- -' -- -
ous training. diamond, three Softball fields
I But the facilities do not stop WADING, DIVING OR JUST SUNNING HEADING FOR CAMP-GOAL OF HUNDREDS EACH SUMMER which can also be used for Little
with purely church groups.Many There's Fun for All Ages on Lake Silver's Sandy Shorewas ? this Activity Highlights Both Boy and Girl Scout Program.and League baseball, a day camp
churches sponsor Boy and Girl area, boat ramps, a swimming
4 Scout units as well. started' In late 1920 or early The Doy Scouts have 21 unitsIn Wales which will cost over half has 5,000 girls taking partIn and some take part in various the community. area and fishing dock.
The Winter Haven area has the following year, and the Girl Cubs, Boy Scouts and Ex. a million dollars to complete.In Scout activities. Mrs.George other national and International The Winter Haven Girls Club, The Boys Club today has
than 40 Boy and Girl Scouts were also launched In plorer posts, with over 900 addition, outstanding scouts Costello Is executive director. programs from time to time. which has its own clubhouse on something like 300 members-
more 1926, although It Is poesiblethat enrolled. The Girl Scout Lake with boys from age 7 to 17-but it
Scout units and nearly 1,500 make the annual trip to the summer campis And for those who do not Shipp equipped
Scouts actively enrolled and the first troop was organized In The Winter Haven Boy Scoutsare Phllmont Ranch In Arizona, and near Wlldwood, located on find what they are seeking in ground and many facilities for could accommodate many moreIf
taking part In the two programs. late 1926. part of the Gulf Ridge Coun. there are almost always Scouts 13 heavily wooded acres which the way of activity for young Its other activities, has been the facilities were available.
In any event, expansion has ell with a membership of over from Winter Haven at the Na. Include a lake. It Is known as people, there are the Citrus In operation nearly 12 years. Smith says the projected memo
The two organizations got been steady In both. There are 10,000 boys. tional Jamboree.The Camp Wildwood In addition Girl Center Boys Club and the Win. Mrs. Clay D. Hightower Is Its bershlp, once the new club and
their start here at virtually the 11 Girl Scout and Brownie Scout This Council Is now embark. Girl Scouts are part of Scouts almost every year attend ter Haven Girls Club,both grow. director. It is open to all girls all Its facilities are completed,
same time. Boy Scout Troop 1 troops In Winter Haven, and the ed on construction of a 900. the Heart of Florida Council, the Girl Scout Round-Up as rep. Ing In popularity and member. of school age, from first gradeto will undoubtedly Jump to 1,400or
of the First Presbyterian Church total membership Is over 500. acre camping site near Lake which embraces seven counties resentatlves of the local units, ship as they serve a need In senior, and projects are de. more.

Florida's Many Lakes Beaches Rivers.
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\ Have Greatest Appeal To Vacationers :. 'fiL'f FJ.ORIDA. ,J/GRAPEFRUIT-.

1 To most vacationers, Flor. to the broad, flat beaches of Those in Florida find that nowhere I s} ; '
Ida's greatest appeal Is its wa. the Central Regionbeforebreak. In the state are they more I J
ter. Whether they plan to fish, Ing up into chains of innd-rlm. than 70 miles away from the : LICENSED CITRUS FRUIT DEALERS
swim, go boating, ski or Just med Islets In the Florida Keys shore and never more than a r
enjoy the aesthetic qualities of few miles from lakes or 1f> > GROWERS
The coast line, too, varies ne" h
\ scenic beaches or waterways, streams. As a consequence,
from barrier Islands
water plays an Important pole long off. most of the populace are avid
shore to of smaller
groups ones,
In their holiday fun. fishermen or engage in some
For those who prefer the sea like those In the Ten Thousand water sport.Fishermen.
and saltwater sports, Florida Islands and the Keys Bays and find that deep.sea
offers them 2,279 miles of tidal Inlets punctuate th.t'IIUrecoast. casting yields such varieties as OWEN BILBREY FRUIT Co.
coast line. It also has more Fresh.water enthusiasts will sailfish, marlin, amberjack,
than 1,000 miles of white, sandy revel In Florida's more than tuna, kingfish, barracuda and
'I beaches. 30,000 named lakes, Its 166 dolphin. In the "Inside" waters
\ Since Florida's Peninsula freshwater rivers. and its 17 ot the bays and salUwater lagoons i
stretches down into the sea some flrst-magnltude springs.addition are speckled trout,redfish
4 500 miles, its coast line and ponds and canals are found (channel bass), sheepshead, 353 6th St., S.W. P. O. Box 132 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA
beaches of the North give way throughout the state. pompano and many others. ,

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Polk Vocational Center Fills NeedIn iL'I" .

Teaching Skills To HS Students

Polk Vocational Center which new Polk Junior College, also As the vocational program
t came Into existence officially located at the air base, have eo. develops, courses will 1 he sUrU
t /(\ lei* than two month ago is now ordlnated activities to the extent ed in the individual high! school
'" serving some 100 bleb school that there Is no conflict between on the freshman amt,I sophomore
t students during the daytime and the two. levels to give students trainingin : '-
a similar number of adults in industrial arts.These'courses 'Ii1 _
o ,j evening clu.... Basically the vocational c_ will be of a general' nature, ; i ,
The center is located at the ter Is on a high school level designed to acquaint students r/i.r -....... "
Bartow Air Base, half way be. and teaches trades. The Junior with this type of work to help
tweet Winter Haven andBartow. college, on the other hand is on them choose what to study later.
This center was recommend a college level and is more Some of the courses available, -s-
ed by a state survey team last interested Inteaching theory and both to high school students and
March and is expected to be a training technicians. A student to adults at night Include: basic
major factor in improving the utilising both would have an excellent and advanced electronics small
economy of Polk County by pro. background tor entering a engines, radio and television
,, viding more skilled workers for specialised technical field. repair, outboard engines, rail.
I Industry.The road station agents training
center enables the county Future plans for the center In. painting .decoraflng.paperhang.
school board to centrallt all elude expansion so that up to !leg, welding, sheet metal layout
vocational Instruction and makes 600 students can attend. The report and work, air conditlonlng.ro r -

It Junior available and senior to every in high the school from the survey team suggested frlgeratlon heating, Industrial. POLK VOCATIONAL CENTER AT BARTOW AIR BASE IS NEWEST FACILITY i FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT TRAININGC'4' I
J.e county. that later a second center drafting and radio communications.
Before when the vocational might be started. .
were spread out among the coun.
ty's 15 high schools,the courses --
f a student could lake were those
offered at his particular school. Many Diversified Industries
Now students are brought toi
the center by bus either in the

j morning A student or at Frostproof In the afternoon.High I Involved I In Citrus Processing

r School, for Instance, now has his
'1 choice of taking any vocational -
N, course offered. No vocational There ire companies In the never set to market without iat
courses were planned at all at citrus industry whose only si- them
Frostproof this year so the oculion Kith an orange is when For Instance, Race and Race b
center makes all the difference.The the employes sit down to breakfast Inc, brought a new concept to .lr tr
vocational center and the but the cringes would trove Irrigation when it was -.m
founded in 1944 to produce
aluminum pipe.Rarebudt .

irrigation systems, v

Jr.developed, !at the by result Auatin of T.a Race long Visitors to Polk County and the

OLD TIMERS? association with American aluminum
Co of America have --
revolutionized the methods ot Winter Haven-Auburndale
bringing water to citrus trees'
and through continual research
and development have been _
YES. able to lower capital investment .
we've been in costs to growers and Area
really reduced the operating
the business since 1906. cost I

Wo ore proud to serve our many friend end cuttomeri in the Winter HevonAuburndelere
The company has also noted
We've seen freezes all the Into the under the ires" heatIng .. We invite you to there in the growth and progrett of the finest and fotteit growing
field and these systems, a
way from mild to whoppers too are designed: with growers area In central Fiends A wonderful+ place to live a wonderful place to work, the People

economics In mind. Likewise Bank of Auburndolo A Wonderful Place to Bankmm .
hurricanes that ranged from justa Its industrial systems are being
widely used by major oil com-

little blow to the full force of panics.
LonUnculal: Can has three mij
Donna (Sept. '60)) droughts, plants I within a III. mile ._. "
.. t-
radius of Winter Havt*. and
has ill Florida tales District \ \ 't.rMl! ;
when trees looked as if they'dbeen p.t,7 ... 10.
Office Metal Division located '
.- 1hni d
in the cily ,
hit with a torch-wet years AUUUHNDALC. FLORIDA
The three plants In Auburn-
when they "had their feet in dale Garden and Tampa i
Wing'a huge yropsHton A Short Drive Over ven-Dole Blvd.' -Cor Porto Leeds Directly from Povtd Perklsg Let fe Bonk

water"-invasion by the Med fly of the cans with which the industry
and decline-and each
Continental stands at the top
In the packaging industry lu
time we've heard the pessimistssay plants highly mechanised so
that high speed precision machInes .
"this will finish the citrus make It possible for one
plant alone to produce 10 mil
industry." lion cans per' day

The Honda All Bound BOX
Co. is another citrus allied
We never believed it and,
Located in Auburn
dale where It started operationson 180 Ave. A, N.W. CY 3-4147
like another with faith in
many Aug. 39, 1MB, this firm

the recuperative abilities of the peak employs production 10 persons periods during

Florida citrus industry, WE'RE Brown Machinery Co manufactures

citrus industry. eeujment .
and losses it to brass

SAME OLD STAND. throughout Florida and. C.... ,
nia. Its machines are used to
extract Juice from orenfos,
O GROWING and over son ate la use in
Florida alone rww
O HARVESTING There are other firms Web.
utilise citrus by-products Xuder
Citrus Pulp Co. Markets cattle
feed! made from dried Citrus
peel getting this end product
9 MARKETING from Snitely Graves in KhMse aw
Sun Ripe Fruit Products Ce.. In
Lucerne Park, Mafectofei
glared fruit from peel. YOUR

Orange Products Co. In
Eloise. .manutactwes. citrus hose
products tor soft drtt sow- /
ponies, fee ereem ATOM sad y, ndependent/
Founded in .... It hot been
located here tree IN and
Robert W. JOOOOM Is president Insurance
It has .opened up new marketsfor
citrus developing formulae AGENT
for almost anything a manufacturer
would. wont One of Us
moot popular to "Juice-on-
auk" which employs frosonoronye
tries with a stokiUaer f"Se
and see ...,.

And of cowrie there are nonurseries
meet lament of
GROWERSINC. which Is Glen tt. Mary, which
hot bees ..... trees isr INindustry St"4Y
oar marly .we. ejuw-
ten of a century, flint se*
Jacksonville hut SUMO MI MM
Raster Hove ad DeltteeMaily .

a IoW. mdttes Iga l
tense aN ........ eel lea/ icy ay
Gila It Mary Nursortos onawed
kt ..... yeses, adsi
.all of see of JUttfefhoar Ed Bea.ley
...... sal meay hi Tee'I, is :
I Buyers PhonesCY origan m ell eoaapiy5 June Beasley BEASLEY INSURANCE
3-1683 paves hen. smluiUm a .......
Is also dot hi meal Ed Marquardt
Central sari Sou* America ,
CY 3-4174 countries, the For Koot a"d
Near East sod Steam I ..... June Arbuthnot AGENCY

Florence Villa Station icafly for It ".. from Spom
Herb Allen
that the first rttrvs wss brought
Florida to flonds seamy tour cesjtiaflesI
Winter Haven, Lois Vaughn Since .'30Sundey


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I1' Winter Haven Is Hub Of Vast Picture Postcard AreaWinter

Haven Is the hub of a are staged four times dally largest livestock market.North
vast picture postcard area extending > while models In bright antebellum Is Wauchula, a center of cucumber .
through Central Florida costumes stroll the garden and strawberry produc-
and along both coasts, now even paths. tion. Farther north, more than
more accessible from here than Auburndale, with its citrus 70 per cent of the phosphatein
ever thank to the completion .. cannetles,, and Lake Alfred, the country Is mined in the
Interstate 4 through Tampa hrrno of the University of Flo- Fort Meadc-Bartow area
ri)(U citrus experiment station
St. Augustine Is little more t tr Lakeland Is the headquartersfor
than three hours awes via tillsexpressway P.w, lVl r am 11i'lrby the Florida Citrus Cotnmls
d 4 Delta 1 alee Wales, the scenic -
now lour-Ian. almost
slat and Florida Citrus Mutual
bll'hl:1l1ds diminish
: gentlythrough
to downtown Daytona 'Within Its city limits are 13
another miles of
Beach. St. Petersburg is little of Polk County's 600 lakes
citrus roves and lakes before
over an hour. Cape Kennedy, : ., The world's largest concentra-
the level off In the prairie-
Vero Beach on the east coast, M "
Tarpon Springs, Sarasota on the, v 5,.,,. ,K= eu Yiu t aa ,.+ jn k. t res'k' l r; .Seror'y ..1. ? y..' ( ,v .+J' like lands. Near north Sebrlng of Lake Is Okeechobee Highlands -- buildings tWo at Frank is at Lakeland's Lloyd Wright Flo-
Gulf- two hours or less now rids Southern College
If the nation's tourist agen- ,,>, { 1" r ,(" Hammock State Park with
cles are to be bell.ved.and abundant wildlife, easily observed Plant City, west of Lakeland
who should know better 4.i8 from trails and catwalks Is a strawberry capital. NorthIs
Cypress Gardens Is the No. 1 w. Its magnificent growth Zephyrhllls, nearest com
Florida attraction so what bet of trees Includes three mam- munity to Hlllsborough River
ter place to set up headquarters moth oaks ranging from 400 to State Park. From Zephyrhlllsto
than Winter Haven"It (60 years Ooala Is a scenic highway of
) Between Lake Placid and the citrus and lakes
provides a centrally located ,,n.'A groves along
starting point, a place to a. ? Gulf Coast Is a cattle-producing which are strung Dade City
rest up between tours with Its region which rivals the Kissim- Bushnell and Wildwood Near
J more than 1,000 hotel and motel mee Valley The commercialseat Bushnell Is the Dade Battle
rooms, and unparalleled facilities of this cattle empire is field, where the Seminoles massacred .
( for fishing -best In Florida M / 1, 4'S Arcadia, location of the state's Major Dade's command.
t ; water skiing .the world's
center; boating- -the Chain of
Lakes swimming beaches 1
; e
I V.
and pools; or Just quiet r '
Less than an hour away are a e'J
The Great Masterpiece and
the Bok Singing Tower, located t J
near Lake Wales. The great 1 .
Masterpiece is a huge mosaic, ;
reproduced In more than 300* M k'
000 colored stones,of Leonardo t '
1 ':
DI Vinci's Last Supper The ,
Bok Tower, situated on Flor-
Ida's highest ridge, and with
Its huge carillon of 72 bells,
V one of the world's largest, is
another "must," and both can
be visited In a morning or an ,

afternoon. ,, .L,' C
Another trip that can be ,
spread over a full day, wouldbe
by way of Busch Gardensin
Tampa, thence to Sarasota
for looks at the famed Circus b CKlyrwwsmarwhatew.u..a"Hello

Museum and the John and I } T Swinburn's Grocery and Delicatessen T
Mabel Rlngllng Museum of Art, rr Do you deliver ?
with Its great collection of ti y : 1
Rembrandt paintings, with perhaps '"' i
a tour of the Sarasota
1 Jungle Gardens and, toward AFTERNOON SUN

1 dusk, a look at the sunset over springs to view fish of Infinite Garden, between Orlando and Is the commercial center of the
Tampa Bay And maybe the variety, as well as turtles and Winter Park, Is an outstanding Kissimmee Valley Florida's
famous wax museum at St other aquatic life. Nearby are display of orchids "cow country." Some of the
Petersburg Beach could be Included Rainbow Springs and Juniper Between Orlando and SanfordIs largest ranches eastern United State
r In this tour Springs States are in the
\ Sanlando Springs, a mineral vicinity
Dolled among the rolling hills Leesburg Is heavy producer spring offering swimming facll The towns In the region, S0tltlt
.I of Central Florida are thou of citrus, berries and grapes, ides, while at nearby Longwood, known as the "scenic high-
sands of lakes, ranging In size but Is better known for Its Is a cypress tree estimated lobe lands," are primarily engagedIn
\ from tiny ponds to impressive watermelons Venetian Gardens more than 3,000 years old. the producing and shipping of
Proudly Growing bodies of water covering many features a 72-acre park with Lake Apopka, the state's sec citrus fruits. Lake Wales has a BROKERAGE CO.
square miles, This is the land of boating, picnicking, and swimming ond largest freshwater lake, Is gigantic citrus cannery, and
with the Citrus oranges with thousands of acres west of Orlando, with several there Is a fresh fruit packing
Industry... of citrus trees as far as the East of Leesburg 1* a fertile convenient fishing camps Be- plant at nearby Waverly. The P. O. BOX 1026
eye can see. As the hills level and prosperous citrus producing yond the lake Is Clermont where Singing Tower at Mountain Lake
off toward the south, cattle region, covering the area thousands of acres of citrus Sanctuary, on the highest pointIn
e. FLORIDA FRUITDISTILLERS raising becomes the dominant between Tavares, Eustls and groves may be viewed from the the Florida peninsula,and the
Industry. Mount Dora. The center of a top of the lofty Citrus Tower. Great Masterpiece, a mosaic
lt Ocala, a trading center for a system of lakes, canals and Winter Park, noted for the of Leonardo de Vinci's "Last c FLORIDATELEPHONE .
inc. rich agricultural area, Is near rivers, the area'Is"tops 'for beauty ttf Its 'residential districts Supper," have attracted mil- 0
hundreds of fishing lakes and fishing Nearby Apopka Is a Is a quiet city with lions of visitors to the area*.
miles of natural forests Opento heavy producer of ferns and Interests revolving aroundRollIns Winter Haven boasts of Its
visitors are several show ornamental foliage plants. College, the arts, literature 100 lakes and some of the state's
Lake Alfred Florida farms where champion Orlando, a trading and Industrial and the entertaining of largest citrus packing and processing FRANKLIN 2.1610FRANKLIN
thoroughbred race horses are center, Is Florida's largest tourists of similar bent.Neighboring plants as well as the
raised. Between Ocala abd Inland city Its residential Maltland Is the head- Florida Citrus Museum, now 2-155o
Palatka Is the wilderness made sections are especially appealing quarters of the Florida Audu- closed for moderlzatlon.At Cypress -
famous by Marjorie Kinnan with moss-hung oaks and bon Society Gardens, lovely with
t Rawllngs In "The Yearling" extensive plantings of azaleas In Sanford a monument marks blooms at every season, electric -
nearbyStlverSprings and camellias. More than CO the site of Fort Mellon, dating boats carry visitors
Itors In glass-bottomed boats lakes are contained within the from the Indian Wars through enchanting canals.
are able to peer deep Into the city limits At Mead Botanical Kissimmee, south of Orlando, Thrilling water ski spectacles,

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II Over2,000Acres Polk County Devoted To Recreation

20-Acre Park U

_YOU CANT change the course

I On Lake Shipp of a hurricane

Being Readied YOU CAN'T lessen the force '

I I i I Ii3 of a devastating l

The latest addition to the couiw
!y'. growing list of parks and freeze-
recreational lands is a 20-acre r
park on Lake Shlpp at the edgeof
Winter Haven, the second NEITHER CAN WE! -'
county park In the area.
This park, composed mostlyof
wooded area, Is now being BUT YOU CAN BE SURE ,
developed and will have picnic I
areas, day camp sites, a beach,
boat ramps and facilities for other RETURNfor
water sports. of getting a FAIR ,

The county now has a total ky trl, .. fruit by 1
of your
over 2,000 acres of recrea. r y y t a
tlonal lands, which Include
everything from boat ramps to dealing with a Reputable
camp sites.
A smaller park on Lake Cannon
which has charcoal grills, M -
I of on the weekends.favorite spots Havenltes It', Part of County Recreation Park That Hat Boat, Picnic Facilities Too I AND WE CAN

Saddle Creek Park, located f' "
f Highway 92 between Winter Ha. et I a
ven and Lakeland, has been under WITH
development since 1962 ac. r-P
cording to a plan drawn up by
J Bob Rhlnehart, county Parks
and Recreation Department dU
rector. THAT SERVICE .
Already available at this 735.
I acre park Is a five acre beach,
and ramps for launching boats.
When completed, approximatelytwo r FAIR andHONEST
years from now, the park
will contain five boat launching
ramps, a marina where boats
and motors can be rented, and
vast areas for sports,plcnlclng, dealing
hiking,overnight camping. r
The park features natural fa.
cllltles such as lakes, streams,
wildlife and multl.colored vege.tatlon. .
This past summer,
'e the park was used
i by local residents. CITRUS FRUIT BUYERS

Another recent acquisition Is
Peace River Park just east of
1 Bartow about 15: miles south of
Winter Haven. BOWEN Brothers
The county obtained this 100.
I acre park from the city of Bar.
tow. It Includes the Phosphate
Valley Exposition, as well as two CITY BOAT LAUNCH ON LAKE HOWARD IS BUSY PLACE Telephone CY 3-3768 or CY 4-1270
amphitheaters,picnic facilities, I
and several small lakes. It', e Popular Jumping Off Place for Cruises Through the Chain of Lakes
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_hing Tops All Recreational Activities

''boarding, water skl- GOOD/YEAR
bNting, swimming and-
rflnltely, footballall
leading part In UM rec-
life of Winter Haven- ebv
4 lopping them all, for
r ISuIene and all ages,Isflsh- HAS GROWN WITH

Minter Haven't lakes
the best fishing In the
a< so any fisherman
will tell you- -and
eeet,... ,aport.Th.U.BOpen fishing contests add

81 a ff fBass Championship,
ted here and Is 1
Till6ebE" year In 1965,
event but some of
the biggesf entries come out of
the locaUakes. .
The UJgK Open Is sponsoredby *
k Vi
the Winter Haven Chamber of .

Commerceand from many sates attracts entries Weekly i M

prizes are given throughout the
COl1t"(,.and the big award Is a
boat motor;and trailer.
Bill Chestnut,outdoors editorof y j 2 9
the. ,Pally News Chief,
launched'k local bass contest
for anglers up to 17 years of '
age two years ago,and his Bass- $ '
A Rama draws an entry list : o years ;
of nearly two hundred, some as \

young basins help u five.him with Local prizes.boat 1 f dC ,

;;Ace Hardware also has a 4 I4tA
contest which Is local and the HERSCHEL HOWARD, Ma"aer
catches have to be weighed In at _ II Teen ler k, .U Winter Neve
that store The Lake Shlpp Boat
Basin and the Rainbow Boat
Basin sponsor contests too. -i
"The boat basins are a key # : itr"iilcTtic
link In the widespread popular .
Ity; of fishing hereabouts, prob-
.ably ranking right next to the e EARGIMIIAS b
fish In this respect They have

facilities to accommodate everyangler's W, l/Pf fiffr IttPZfMf ,Z sSasj3lfjfflJffcSfci
needs, and the person
nel Is ready and eager to be of iI
] Boat Basin and
Trailer Park Is owned by Roy ..a atiwo"MM.H..w
. ..; Taylor and managed by R. J. ..y W
Hoffman, Is located at Hoover t' #
','' Rd. and Ave. Z, NE. The canal
4 on which It la located runs out
Into Lake Eloise. It has good
".I'. launching facilities, many boats Y
and motors for rent and handles
: all kind of live bait and fishing \ '
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),tackle.IA" person. wishing to leave his .... Ample FREE Parking at Our Service Center

boat at this basin can do so for ... '*' .
Binominal fee as they have a j ,
number of covered boat slips 9 \ J.
and also they have space for : 217 AVENUE A, N.W.
trailers. :'
Lake Shipp Boat Basin and 1" "'.:htl.hf.i k glfl A
Botel is owned by Don Robinson -

Branstlter, and two finer people The Angler Who Caught This One Threw Her Back (Fish Story)
cannot find anywhere. This
you .
basin U located at 2435 Seven
Winter Haven's OLDEST Dealer
Z. T Jl' w Mpp th St?. sw and is right on Lake

At this basin you will find
live bait and fishing tackle which
sills for a very nominal fee.
Also boats and motors can be
Tinted. This basin has very nice

rental accommodations facilities ,with swimming for GENERAL fJ ELECTRICWe

Haven Boat Service Is owned
II'r t Pop Miller and Is located
at the city pier on Lake Ho-
war: :. On this pier an angler
kb cm go out and fish all nightor
A toy for the price oUts cents

and This flaking basin also tackle has Boats live bait and Have a Full Line of Superior $$ ProductsNo

motors can be rented by the
1A hour or day. There are no
living facllltus located at this
basin but It Is within walking
distance to downtown Money Down! % 36 Months to Pay! No Payments 'til Next Yearpa
r, Heath's Chain 0' Lakes Boat
Lr Basin is owned and operated by
Mr. and Mrs. John Heath and
is located at 100 8. Lake Howard .
and here again II Is with.
In walking distance from downtown
This basin has boats and
motors for rent by the hour or
day with plenty of live bait and
1\' If You Haven't Seen e Florid. Dawn You Heven't Lived The Chain O'Lakes Boat Baa
In also has covered boat facilities
for boatmen wishing to an t tv
SINCE 1927 1 leave their boats overnight for t tFr
a week, or for months at time.
In the famous Chain of Lakea s,.
you can catch bream, ahell-
crackers speckled perch catfish FJ'
srumpknockers, and the
lakes are filled with lunker =;

IN THE SAME LOCATION bass To get any angler's attention ELECTRIC RANGES _
a person has to catch low
et w sin wk.
a baas weighing over pounds. at tow at $2.00 wk.
Polk county la as boat crazy
ai any county In Florida and
--. people la the Winter Haven are M Uw M $2.00 a wk.
are no different than other Flo- I
Boats are registered to approximately .
900 persons
residing In the Winter Haven
yTpaE 8PROGRESSING ares and another 800 or
more are owned but not regielered -
NE FEEe .ls STORE Beets of less than 12
ftA fet and using! motors tinder 10
t I llrl1111it1WHO horsepower are not registeredso
no accurate figure can be !
attained u to the scHtal number .
of boats there are tut
People who don't own boats j
11 liii den') let tide fact keep them Dd
out of the water. There are
those who go riding with their
b icnbor>, go flaking or water
skiing with them For those ,
who have neighbors without
boat the soivtMi Is one of the I
boat basins.For
M .lew M $1.7 a wk.
the majon y of the regUiered STEREOS
owners. the bosh. servea TELEVISION'
BMWple purpoee' -beettac tt few M $1.2 a wk. M lea M ........ ..... $99"TO
flehls and suing. Oa the other
hand. UM boats. reefed at the boat
POLK COUNTY bastes are usually lor one
WITH purpose oaly fish!**.
VEGETABLE SEEDS Rots wed for skltag reqaitre
GARDEN TOOLS Mere horsepower then f fieMng
an extra person or two far be-
tad the bat and also rwsdresgreater
speed. Vow can't chug' Over the pent J"" we tar* trrlft4 re brag t. yaw the lest Uses ., teerche.dlse ot re.tnabl **<<..

MITCHELL FEED STORE aaove thug along the water.Aasuathfbey and. keep a skier We hoe lar,. service ...,..".....t wit treJeed pewMet I te ten yen ""er. We (MTV* .. Emy P.,IM.t Plea.

to all fee lakes what a.4ttf Tens .*.d Wetly pym..n te twit y M. tew poymeutt we feeds. right b eve (Nr. wltWvt .iy red

U the City of 100 Ukee U the tap or lie"' We l.vit. yen t. step .U M.. shop tit .w shire *iy rU.
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I Tampa Electric Expands Facilities To Meet Steady I Growth In County'

It takes some doing, but granted a 30-year franchise to '
Tampa Electric Co. Is keeping Winter Haven Water, Ice and flrLk I Il' "
up with growth In the Winter Light to serve Its residents
Haven area and In Polk County, Florence Villa was then Incorporated i
expanding facilities as teat as Into Winter Haven on[ .. i
plans come off the drawing June I, 1.15.
boards.At After the acquisition of the _
Winter Haven power and water
the moment, new offices system, Tampa Electric leased
In Auburndale are In the works.A an office in a building facing
tile has been purchased and north on Oak Street (Ave. A between -
plans are being drawn. Fourth and Fifth Sts.)
where the company's offices
Two big completed projectsare were located from March 1,
not much more than a year 1927, until around May 1, 1935.
oldthe ultra-modern Winter Offices were then moved Into
Haven headquarters of the Polk what was called the "Broadway
County Division that coat$228- Arcade," and were located THERE'VE BEEN SOME MIGHTY BIG CHANGESIN

000, and a new transmission there until the opening of the 41 YEARS _
substation on the Pebbledale I

Road about live miles from Mul- '. : ._ __ _. __ : Tampa Electric1 Local T : :
sn e e
berry to supplement power sup- ':'''
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plies to the MulberryWinterHaven : ''- Headquarters Now Ir19hIl( )
areas and the nearby T Contrasted With Those of v.-. .,, .

phosphate Industry.The j 1923 (above) '- ..

240,000 volt line serving KEEP COOL "< .,
this station Is part of a state- ,f... ", new building Ave. SW.last year on Magnolia .M .r'u '':'i1'9f'''"'''
wide network which Investor- 1'
Another Important of
owned power companies are by using'; what Is now Tampa Electric's
now completing provide for Polk County Division was
future needs of their customers.It organized on Feb. 7, 1921, when

all started here In Novem- ELECTRIC FANS: Auburndale franchise to granted Chester a A.30-year Hewittto JJ f1Mii eGo,"'.

ber 1911 when a town ordinance .
operate a power firm under
was adopted which granted the the VI"
name of Auburndale Electric '
"To establish, maintainand 144e4t 1\
right .
Per4Ar Ilk,In vbk .Ialwkn Light Co.
operate an electric system"to art ,ufhJ ,.lip On Aug. 29, 1924 the Auburn- ;
J. T. Boyd. 'C .'
W. F. teW.nn'u"rleeet( dale Electric Light Companywas .
knownas sold or assigned to the
The new company was
the Winter Haven Water, Ice N,,,.,? Ilkohltiil to aey peb V I+tI11NMAsead twan, Auburndale Power Company + r
and Light Company. Another < lib nasty, vHiiMd elr. which was operated by J. C. M.
J ordinance, approved at the same Lucas; and in 1930 Lucas sold
"a the Auburndale firm to the Winter J
time, the firm the right to **Mr
I operate gave the town's water Haven Water, Ice and Light Co. Buyers .
i M'a's r The City of Lake Alfred received }
1 system I Ire am a ': Its first electric service Citrus I
q'h i after granting a 30-year fran- I
On Dec. 20, 1922, the Winter a chise for service to Winter Haven
Haven Water, Ice and Light Water, Ice Varieties
I 1 lfuseMg and Light Company
was purchased by Tampa All
on January S, 1914. At
dl 9M
tric and operated as this time Lake Alfred was
company, keeping Its original < < I known as the city of Fargo
name. Phonalls four Order Today Eagle Lake has never had a
separate power system, but has
The firm's name was
on Nov. 4, 1930, to the Polk always been served by Tampa
County Public Service Company, companies Electric or in the Its area predecessor The
and continued to operate as a
of Eagle Lake had been served
Then on
separate company. Tampa.Electric- Co.Conrmtrtiallrparimrnt by Tampa Electric with no
Sept. 10, 1931, the company was franchise until November 8,
Into the Tampa
Incorporated 1959, when the city granted
Electric system as the Polk -CANNERY SUPPLIERSOFFICE
a 30-year franchise.
Division of Tampa Elec-
I County Phone 2fXJ H10 Tnm pa StJAMES Tampa Electric Company Is

tric Co ;, I I _. I proud to be a partner In the TELEPHONE CY 4-1121 WINTER HAVEN
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town Earlier of ,Florence on Dec. 9 Villa, 1924,had the \ ;:;-: ;;: : =--. ./ growth Polk development County of progressive


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: Builds Ramps F

Eight new boat ramps with t
parking areas have been con. 4
strutted by the Came and Fresh
Water Fish Commission on rlv.
ers and lakes In the South Florida
Region since January 1 this year,
ana available for public HEn APPLE
use. Preelaeet Chel"" ,. .f lard Vice /nddeN Tle.mrr
In announcing the new ramps, Secretary
J. O. Brown, regional manager,
said that two ramps each are In
Hernando, Highlands and Polk
Counties, and one each In DeSoto
and Hardee Counties.Each ramp
represents a cost of $1,800. Winter Haven's newest Federal Savings &
$2,000, depending upon con.
structlon conditions at the dit-
ferent sites. Loan Association became a reality February
Locations are: Peace Riveron
State Road 6S2, known also '
as the Old Avon Park Road from 13th, 1964.
Wauchula In Hardee County; and
on Peace River on the Nocatee.toOwens .
Road, west of NocateeIn Dividends

Lake DeSoto Lindsey County and Mountain Per Annum WHEELER
Lake In Hernando County. 101 PAUL 4 01 DI-'"
Lake Frances Twin Lakes Es. DIIWCfW Paid Quarterly
tales sub .<11 vision; and Lake
Placid, Highlands County. HFHF
Lake Swoope and Lake HalnesIn
the City of Lake Alfred, Polk
County.A .
Pasco ninth County ramp on Is Moon proposed.LakeIn r Polk County's fastest growing Federal Savings

Brown said, and easements for 4
the location are nearing completion i & Loan Association passed the million dollar
by the Com mission and land

owners.He stated thattheCommlsslon mark in savings assets in less than seven months.

requests easements and access
rlghts.of.way for constructing
additional ramps wherever DividendsPer
bodies of water are considered
feasible and afford good fishing. ;:. Annum
By contacting Commission ARNOLD SILVERT 4 01sf
personnel or by writing the Lake.land Dlrxter Paid Quarterly .asa.e.e
office of the Commission
landowners willing to negotiate ,!
ramp-site easements and road
access to desirable fishing waters -
may request Immediate Inspection .
of such sites, Brown
said, with assurance that ramps As you grow, we grow. We are proud to be a 4
will be built at once If the waters, u*
the access and the sites meet
requirements HFCHARLES part of Winter Haven's tremendous progress.
The new ramps are being financed
i from funds received from cv
the $1.Increase In the cost of
fishing licenses voted by the
1963 Legislature.
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Past Year, More Construction PlannedIn c S 'r

!the past year three area Church is studying proposalsfor Since then the growth of 1962, now it has over 300 meet-
churches have been built, one more construction, with congregations has been phenomenal hen with completion of Its
of the largos of the elt,'. the housing of its Sunday following the patternof new church can expect Immediate -.
churches started plans for anew School danes primarily in the city Itself. and new and even greater expansion
one and another has MIthoriied mind. churches have 'been organisedto drawing from the
plans for a huge addition That religion is a domment, keep pace with the popular hundreds of new homes that
and construction Is un living force In the community tion, which was settling for have been built in southeast n
der way on yet another. Is evidenced In this growth, the most part In the outlying Winter Haven and in developments
The Abiding Saviour Luth. which has been under way for sections beyond the city limits
eras Church on Havendale a decade, More than a dosen This is the pattern northeast .
Boulevard is the most recent. and a half churches have been St John'i Methodist Is an and west as well as south.
ly completed church edifice, built in the past half-down example A mission church of Ponple here will go to church,
providing a permanent placeof years, and equally as many the centrally located Beymer and they will make great
worship for a congregationthat have built additional facilities Memorial Us congregation of sacrifices in order to do so,,
has been in existence for It it estimated that regular a few dozen started meetingin building new ones if necessary
several years .. the result church attendance is between the senior high school in ST. JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCHSomthing
.000 and in the GO-odd
of residential expansion in the IS 30,000
northwest Winter Haven area. churches in the community In
addition, several churches
St John's Methodist on Cypress
Garden Road at Lake have school notably First
Christian, St. Joseph', and
Roy provides similar facilities
Immanuel Lutheran New For Youmei
for the: expanding southeast
in a. its congregation likewisein The community's fir I s t
existence long before construction church was the First Baptist,
established in 1882, a short
started, meeting
I time after the first settlers arrived
in Winter Haven High .
First Presbyterian was

I School The Fir' t Presbyterian founHed the following year,
and the total of
Church of Lake Alfred, also From Gardens
the two Wit less than a score Cypress
completed in the last year, Beymrr Memorial was founded .
replaces! an earlier edifice
hi 1906. and today these
which had been outgrown
three pioneer churches have a
The First Baptist Church of
combined membership of over
Winter Haven, boasting one ': er ,
5000 +rri r -p. ww n "yMw .
of the two biggest '
By 1920 the communitycould M
in the city (Beymer Me
count 10 churches, by .. 671st"
mortal Methodist is the other) 1rL .r rrr. .. -
1930 there were 14, and by e
has already started plans for
1940 there were some 20
I new church after a new education
churches In the immediatearea
d building was constructed
with many more builtor Yif
In the past year planned just beyond the
The First Presbyterian city limits, if

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When You Purchase An Annual $2 Pass



s FLORIDA RESIDENTS can now purchase an annual ticket to See Mirror Lagoon and Winding Waterway

I Beautiful Cypress Gardens. This annual ticket can be obtained

t from the ticket office at Cypress Gardens by paying $2.00 See Colorful Azaleas and BougainvilleaSee

J I and identifying themselves as a Florida resident. Drivers

licenses or voters' registration cards win be accepted as proof

I of residence The annual ticket may be used any number of the Daredevil Kite Flyer

times, 365 days from the date of purchase, without additional

1 charge See the Nine Man Pyramid Act

See the Three Great Barefeet Skiing Acts


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Sunday, October 18 1964

Experiment Station Citrus Research Center

From California. from Spain, and no less than 33 nave make real research hI.toryun- bonding and licensing >n d., ,,1\\
com Sicily, from Polynesia- doctorates
til the mean orange concentrate IsooitroIledromheadyu.n '. 1
nywhere that citrus grown The Experimentationtsop- revolution it was startedIn here too.
hen something is bugging a 1"7, but had little
Crated Jointly by the Universityof money
ower, a processor or tor that The U. S. Departmentrimtjture ?1 \
until IMS when all citrus
Florida and the Florida research ,
alter even a picker he known* and has its own ft 111 I r
Citrus Commission. Its hor-
vegetable products I lain? I
hen to look for
a solution to
was consolidated here. It had
ticulturist-ln-charge since Its ,
In Winter Haven, lncatrt
problem If there
Is one or then, a staff of five.
beginning has been Or. Herman ,
600 Ave. NW and und
i can be devised. e
Kelts. III IMS the state legislature direction; :;Dr. M.K. Veldlnn:;; 2
He looks toward Winter Ha- In the fields of pest control, appropriated funds for expansion who .has been with (the rat r
fertilizers plant pathology, and in 1947 a cannery for 27 years.Researchers.
the Citrus Experiment Stan sprays, juice flavor evaluation, and packing house pilot plant here cone'i I
r at Lake Alfred is the harvesting, hedging and topping was buUt. It was on Jan. 1 trite their efforts toward new -
fid's confer of rllearche -- moisture oontrol, length- of that year that Dr. HermanJ. developments In the citrus Held, e
biggest and the best In the tog of shelf life of the fruits Belts became hortlculturist- but also work toward impi PI c
jd. But there are other roe and the vast development of in-charge, and It has been ender moots In methods of utili ini,,,., F.
*rch projects going on too, byproductsfields in which his direction that the station other tropical fruits and vets. At w
.., 'heir effects likewise affect research is now under way- has achieved Its interna- tables i
l industry around the world the Lake Alfred Experiment tional reputation.Its This laboratory Is one of several
'.", ::.1 the Experiment Station' Station has had no peer any. achievements would take throughout the countn In
_-._ complex of building, where in the world, and citrus books to relate, Just citing the parallel studies, and their fin
laboratories and pilot groves,Isthejtlggest people come from til over projects now under way would ings are constantly coordinated
concentration of expertise the world to learn what its require columns. The entire through Interchange of reports,
on citrus In the world. researchers have found out. Industry, In Florida and elsewhere especially at an annual citrus
Of'ttsstaff of 170 people, about Like the citrus Industry itself follows experiments, processing conference each
60 art professional scientists the station didn't, start to and the effects of these re- lu.i NEW PLANT JOINS IMC BONNIE COMPLEX NEAR BARTOW
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." searches are translated Into
better citrus, Improved pnc-
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'co II 1,1, U of fruit, and Inevitably,
growth and expansion In an Industry
that has already reached OCTOBER FIRST YEAR

proportions dreams a couple beyond of the decades wildest MARKS OUR

P1 known probably because
they are newer and their
work not so all-embracing, are
the two studies in citrus con- iutlte
ducted by the Department of
Agriculture's Division of Plant
wiC Industry, In checking spreadIng -
decline and In budwood
registration. These are now located
In one building on Lake PARADE PROGRESS IN
Alfred Road, and while their o
C studies are comparatively new,
their work Is already recognized -
as tor-reaching In development
of better citrus,
Winter Haven Is also the
center for the Agriculture De
partment's inspection. fruit and vegetable WINTER HAVEN "Hub City of Florida"

From the Florida Citrus
Building here the activities of
500 I Inspectors operating
throughout the citrus belt are
directed, and here are located
cSTfirtOTT Acrt..l 1... 1964.W..U tM..t't'I ..,..J I laboratories In which the quality '
of the product constantly '
"She's( out with somebody else tonight. Would you being checked to make sure It
I'care to leave your name an' that box of candy!" meets the Industry's high stan
dards. Here also are compiled
the carloadlng reports, and the

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Our sincere gratitude to the residents of
us about:
Greater Winter Haven for allowing ut to enjoy this

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Our Responsibility To Our Customer Is To Provide Economical Housing At The Lowest
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More Than $1.250.000 Beina Scent On New School Facilities Here I

Education at the primary and
ondary level U an operation I
vast that It rivals any area's I-

pst industries. A few sta- r& : Payrolls Have
tics on the Winter Havenea -
Schools will prove the ,

Int.There are almost 8,900 stu- Doubled In

its attending 18 schools and aft
of 404 teachers, admlnls-

tors red needs.to and provide supervisors their educaal re-- -r =t Past 1 10 0 Years

ore than a million and a
nl' n mi iiu payrolls init
ter dollars worth of con- ,
"'11,1\ lu\p more than fjou.i .
t cllon is under way or plan. I i II ii i"..,t ,decade., atccirl.,
In the area to keep up with ,
!"- t 't, Simmons, manager
the exploding school popula- I Iiii 11 Id U State FrnpUnmontt
'ton- -they'll provide 29 new ,. in Winter Haven
classroomsbut meanwhile ',
1<11111\ factory growth
there are 15 temporary classrooms r" i I iu rot l I Ihi. area among! thn
In use at the moment I ttJ; ,,'I i i III i port ant manufactur.
throughout the system, a stop. 1 "Ullli' in Florida.
gap:'while construction catches I Ii It i .i J i "I I have, Increased from
up with the enrollment.The f 'I illiiin in 1914 to $54 mil.
system Is keeping pace "l,, j 1 196), or a gain of ir-
with growth, but It Is also 1 y'I '""t i t. During this same p<*.
keeping abreast of the new u"J I the. II i inufarturlng forms
techniques In education. .- ,. -. ,. i l-,4-,,,l fimn'" an annuals
Supervising Principal Claude i i i o ..I t 7,:-500 In 1954 to
Ridley listed some of these new MtOO ti, 1901, a 55 per ent:
developments In the field ol taan: I in 10 years.
learning which are being of- : This report rovers all manu.focturiMk .
fared In Winter Haven schoolsto nrmi with our or
five the community's youngsters I' Cinl|) ,,Vif.,
a better background tor O.k Tho mainstay of this Industry

their lives ahead.Vocational .. c' )tiiuis to he citrus procPs.l : .
agriculture was I ai t roflerts gains of < an.
added to the available special i "in' utrate and chilled
subjects offered al Jewett High Jul, at I ,,11a,1s in the last do.
School this year. t;1,1N"d( in Importance Is the
|The electronics course Introduced ptm;i;hato !1\'lustr' )'.
last year at Winter Th, ti, ial manufacturing par >'.
Saves High Is being repeated II In 1901 was 114,218,717.,
(Ms year, though It Is being Fee., and{ kindred products ac.
i ught at the new vocational 'tout! t.1., for $WS t,389, phos.
ichool at the Bartow Air Base, phatn and lllpJ products, $17,.
there the course In small en- 900,95, mat'hlnery, exceptelec.
'tines has also been shifted, Irk al. 4,045,7iS; stone, rlay
hough[ this will have bearing and ) lass products, 93,550,119;
.|m their avallabllty to local fit i'letted metal products, $2,.
tudents, who will be transport 8 8r.881{ printing and publishing
M to the base by bus for their .. 91 .8';,470: and other, 93,619
lasses In these subjects. l JU.
There are other education

erve the same purpose In other Lanauaaa Lb, lift., end Education; TV CUti.. riaM. Tn Electronic for Halo t
''lelds. The DCT program tatlon of her subjects
pro- : are widely bmlllar courses
fides on the Job training along used throughout the system, damental to a good which education.: are fun the new Jewett Uementan A new kitchen Lake Alfred at Denlaon Junior High In Winter 4I O
with classroom work which3pens and thousands of dollars has There are, too, 11 vocational "F". Construction on this Junior High U now under con- Haven.
up Immediate Job oppor- been Invested In this equipmentto teachers In the school was started early this struction. Some 55,000 has
four In
unities after high school such make sure that Winter Haven driver education, seven In month. The school should I h. been budgeted for: this work.A An addition which will Include
fields as secretarial work eel- have spe- ready for use next Ikll. A total I
youngsters every mean' cial education, seven librariansand drainage project on the five clataroomsandeiMoptkNMledueatteml .
Ing and many others. The available to help them get the seven guidance counselors of $810,000 was budgeted for: grounds of Lake shlpp Elementary taellltles will be
anguage laboratory, only re- best educational background it In administration and this project, the money coming has been approved and M.- built at Lena Vista Henwntery.
:ently developed as the logical Is possible to give. besides Ridley, are supervision hllalll.tant from State Board of Education; 000 budgeted for this.Two In Autarndttle. Some 1101,800 Is
*ay to learn to speak In tor- But of course the traditional bonds. budgeted for this.Auburndale ,
supervisors of music
sign tongues, has been In op- courses are not forgotten In the Also Included In the budget Is projects, at FntltUnd
ration here for several years efforts to provide well-rounded and physical education, 16 principals the two story addition to Winter Park Elementary have been Included High will get an
and Its popularity among students education for all, as evidencedby and one assistant principal. Haven High, now almost com In this I mar's plans. addition. to the music room at
Increases with every In. the bet that the Winter Haven pleted. The addition Includes. this Is a 9117,000 addition, Including an estimated cat of 913,000.
coming class.Educational. area has no less than 339 The new construction fund of classrooms, two science five classrooms, a library Some $IHOOOha.llNllbItoII-
television Is another classroom teachers many of $1,372,450 budgeted for the Winter rooms, two business education and. an .... The other eted tor a new gym and an agricultural :
teaching tool that is wide. them specialists: In one or two Haven area, this year rooms, an art room and a "teachers Is for renovation of an 44 frame bulltHng at AulHirwfelaSenior .
1)' used In the Winter Haven fields, but a great many of represents approximately one room, at an estimated cost tmlMtnc for use as a eat.torlllm, High. In addition, $76,-
schools. them teaching the dally fare of fourth of the total to be spent of JIM,800. llbarary, and kitchen,, 600 has been budgeted for an addition
county wide on construction
The audio and vlsuaUalds A band suite and choral room to Bridges Ave, &l1tMII.
reading, writing and arithmetic,
designed to'glve 'morersub- fcngllsh, history, the social The Polk 56s' '-;addulon to Jewett High .has Just Another pWteCfr* *.1U for tar)' Ji Aul ty dr1I! to I Inclwtatour "" 1.y' .+1rta a+ Ga.. II
stance to the teacher's: presen- sciences and all the rest of the 527,393.The ota1.a. been completed at a coat of about anefttnatlnf and waterproeAiw. cunieu tans Iftrary,ad ". And who WM Invited to this lecture by the I
Is exterior walls of tit an administrative suite.
90,000. buildings principal after school-the whole clM or Just you?"


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Sunday October 18, 1944.

I $3.5 Million Expansion Program For Winter Haven Hospital Planned I ITbe

..... ., Located on the ground floor
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Winter Haven Hospital's '\ : will be the Inhalation therapy,
proposed $3.5 million expaiw the physical therapy, the EKG
.Ion, Involving the construction radiology and the X-ray depart. Introducing a NeighborALEXANDER
of an icht.tory building hinges ments, out-patient clinics sec
at the moment on a $koooodelve \, retarlal offices, etc. HILL
for funds that started three On the first floor will be the I
wks ago and Is already well Lobby, the reception area, the 145 Avt. G, S.W. ;
toward Its goal. J Information desk, the admitting Phon. CY 3-4474 ;
The had million dollar cam. offices, the gift and snack shops, .fa
palgn must succeed In order and the pharmacy, Gray Ladles .. Appointed recently as !i
for the proposed ".5 million lounge, hostess room, and Chop- a Nationwide Insurance ;
construction program to be car. "
tied out in the next three years el.The second floor will be de. agent in your community, \
a program that will double voted entirely to surgery with you'll find him a good man1:;
the patient capacity of the hos.pltal five operating rooms, one cysto. to know. He is highly trained to serve yoi-r
and increase and add facill. scoplc room, twelve recovery
ties that will put the local Instl.tution beds, four Intensive surgicalcare every insurance need, including Auto, Fire,
In the forefront of the beds, sterilizing rooms, Life, Health all through one organization .1
most progressive American hos.pltals. doctor and nurse lockers. He save i.. important
Nationwide. may you any
: The third or obstetrical floor
The eight story building, will Include three delivery dollars in the process, too.
which Is the major construction rooms, four labor rooms, 0 n e He would appreciate the opportunity to prove
Involved in the expansion pro. regular nursery, one premature
gram but not all, It to be constructed nursery, one suspect nursery, how he and Nationwide can servo you bast.
directly In front of the twenty patient beds, a day room Give him a call. You'll be glad you did.
present main entrance, and will and a dad's room.
provide about 380 beds-double The fourth floor will house the
the number available now, plus nervous and mental health facilities
expansions In service areas suchas __ having 32 beds,occupational r-
laboratory K-ray therapy, therapy, consulting rooms a din. ATIONWIDiNATIONWIDE
surgery and others.The log room and a waiting room.
revenue picture tor the ex. On the firth floor will be lo. r
panslon program Is as follows cated the extensive laboratoriesand
Now available $250,000; Hill __ Intensive care facilities. MUTUAL' INSURANCE COMP/NY
Burton funds, now applied for, The sixth floor, with 40 beds NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
$750,000; public subscription, will be for those long-term pa. NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
$500,000; long term loans, $2,. Dents requiring minimum care Home Oltici, Columbus, Ohio
000,000. It will also have a lounge, day
The two top floors of the new and dining rooms.
building will be shelled In but not Add Service The schedule calls for lettingthe
EigM-Story Building Will Double Bed Capacity, Many
completed In the present pro. contracts next June and com.
gram, but when they are com. pletlon of the project 18 or 20
the personnel office Into the busi.ness
keeping department will also the doctor lounge and
pleted they will add nearly 90 library ments are moved into the new month tatE'r
office area, and the pur. be re-located Into what Is now the The kitchen and store rooms building .
more rooms.To chasing office into what Is now kitchen. The medical reports will be moved Into vacated
existing facilities The new addition will consist
with those merge to be provided In the the out-patient area. The house. flees will be enlarged as will spaces after certain depart. of the following:" Winter Haven's Newest Incorporated Development

new addition but at the same
time not Interfere with the op.
eratlons of any department, is Many Youth Projects SponsoredBy
more complex than building an
entire new hospital according
to Melvin Arnold, admlnlstra. House"THE

tor However explained., the planning Is such Winter Haven's Service Clubs Open

that this will be accomplished
without sacrifice of any serv.
Ices. Certain existing facilitieswill "The Winter Haven Story," Club, now In its 38th year,Is the years has sponsored a foreign was founded In 1935 with 22
continue In the same locations Rotary Park and the foreign oldest of these Important organizations student annually as a member members, and now boasts more
such as Sewing room, exchange student program, and Its greatest contribution of the student body at Winter than 70 who regularly attend Its
the blook bank, the Cobalt suite, Camp Kegan Junior Police. to the community Is Haven High School. luncheon meetings on Friday at
the business offices, the locker Beacon Club, Pilot House Rotary Park, one of the city's The club boasts several charter the Park Restaurant.
rooms and lounges for the em all these have two things In most popular recreationalareas members who joined when It The organization has gained
ployes, the conference room,also common, They are youth projects was organized In May 1925. national attention with "The
the Pediatric, Medical and and they are sponsoredby Rotary also pioneered In the Meetings are held on Thursday Winter Haven Story,"a radically
Surgical and Convalescent Winter Haven sevlce clubs establishment of the exchange noon at the Haven Hotel. different approach to educa-
Wards. Changes will be; moving The Winter Haven Rotary student program and for several The Winter Haven Lions Club tion through the utilization {the
principle of perceptual reading.
The eyes of education across
the nation have been watching
'P the results of experimentalwork
In this field, being acr-
We rled on In many schools
aJte throughout the nation whose
teachers have come here for COOPERATIVE PLAN WHERE LIVING IS
workshop courses. The pro
gram Is conducted by the Win- A PLEASURE"

ter Haven Lions Research o ':. ..,. ... > .
Foundation, which was estal .
llshed by the club and Is pro
p vided the major part of Its operating MODEL HOME OPEN
cost by the Lions.

The, among Kiwanis other Club community is responsible FOR YOUR INSPECTION

programs, for Camp Kegan,
which Is the sit of many Boy 2 to 5 p.m. Daily
and Girl Scout actlvltes, and p.m.
Is utilized each summer In the (EXCEPT SUNDAY)
city playground program The
f Klwanlans also Initiated the
Lake Maude beach project for a eae .r
the residents o rlorenceVilla,
which Is equips 'd with picnic ''1iI T:'
,N4y vtx9. shelters, barbecue
I r 4 pit, playground -
V MN/ equipment and excellent 4c
swimming facilities
M: W One of Its fund-raising activities '
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-\t Is the annual Polk County : ..
Talent Show, which draws
.t standing room only crowds to
Nora Mayo Hall and helps pro-
vide the club with funds to carryon __
Its youth projects, which also _
Include a loan fund for college
students, and the Klwanls Key
Club a high school organization. -
The Club meets on Tuesdaysat
the Haven Hotel.
The Winter Haven Optimist
Club, chartered In January 1952,
x >w.bAR .,- devotes a great deal of time to
working with the Citrus Center
Assets Boys Club, and sponsors the
Junior Police a group of
youngsters who are given trainIng -
Sept. 30, 1!5' $573,766.35 in the proper respect for
the law and the responsibilities
Sept. 30, 1960 $1,519,436.56 connected with being good
citizens. The club has since Its For retirement
Sept. 30 1961 2222607.25 Inception been Interested In a your pleasureNorth
program designed to aid and

Sept. 30 1962 $3,069,842.12 children encourage The Optimists underprivileged meet every

Wednesday noon at the Park Gate Village hat been conceived si a iptciout retident-owned center for

Sept. 30 1963 $3,437,598e71 Restaurant.There are three women's the senior citizen who likes to be within walking distance of hit major shopping

service clubs two of them of a needs You'll like the location. The cost it nominal.
general nature and one,the Winter -
Haven League of Women

Sept. 30f $3,832,451.30 Voters arouse,Interest which Is Inl.ctlonl.designed the to Your Deed to a Lot in North Gate Village Will Entitle You To .

Issues and the candidates
It too, however, has Its youth hit at the of construction
I Insurance of Clear Title on property
program, distributing booklet
SEE US FOR ON SAVINGS INVESTED WITH US explaining t the governmental operation r Homestead Exemption under existing laws of the state
I of polk County to
Low-Cost First MortgagesON We Currently Pay 4% schools In t the area r A Warranty Deed and a Title Property on hit individual residence
The League never supportsor
Ii I I maintenance
Per Annum QuarterlyAND provides opponses non-partisan candidates Information but- I- The Cooperative Plan with no responsibility for you on outside

on candidates and Issues
\ Commercial -
Homes & Properties THE FLORIDA STATE INTANGIBLE TAXI often holds public meetIngs -
I where both sides of Location: Directly Behind North Gate
Issues are presnted. It provides
Information on the local,
state and national levels government Shopping Center. Sixth Street. N.W.
It holds monthly meet-
I Ings.

First Federal Savings The was\ Pilot organised Cub of In Winter IMS Haven with- QUALITY BUILDING MATERIAL FOR NORTH GATE VILLAGE

the Orlando club as Its spon SUPPLIED' IY

& Loan Association' sor members., and Its Meetings boasts about are held 50 Villa Lumber of Winter Haven

monthly on Monday evening at
the Park Restaurant. Sit Your Real Estate Broker or
The Pilot Club's big project
is scholarships for girls,which
now number nearly a score,andIt W. C. McEVERS Developer
helped! Initiate Just last year ,

I 212 S. Bartow Ave. Auburndale, Fla. WO 7-1184 Pilot House on the Florida 655 AVL c C. S.W. PHONE CYM140 W1NTR HAVtN

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Area's Outstanding And Spectacular Architecture Draws National RecognitionWinter I

Haven hM haw pro.
vided, in recent yeejrt,with win
outstanding and sometime
spectacular-architecture, Mid
In the past year the designers luI-
have not been! asleep
I This it a community that takes
pride in Its architecture, and It
boasts some of the best in Flo.
1 rtda The Winter Haven City ,
Hall story, of course, Is his.
tory-the prizes it took for its
designer, local architect Gene
I Leedy, and the recognition It

has received by national auth. P -
f orltles by publication In so,;e : j. I Irk
of the best design Pencil!!, jjg,
It U perhaps not quito so
well known that Leeds hat a

hand, at least, in tho dcsicnof
the Lake Region Yacht and

Country Club, which It not the k 1tr
best architecture In the area
at least Is the brainchild of one
of the world's greats

I Paul Rudolph, then of Sara
IOta, designed Lake Region sev.
eral! years ago, when he was .
r renowned as Florida's first ash
architect. He has gone beyondthat

I only 45, Is chairman .., .1..1"----
of Yale University's departmentof "

I architecture and today Is .,
beginning to show the talent to Oil .. 'r'l'\' .. '

the shoes of one of the all-time .. ., ..
greats. -J ,,,,
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Her Is what"the National Ob. ;,,, ,-. .
server" said a week ago

so outstanding his name comes to Architect W.i Paul Rudolph, One of World's Great
represent the unlimited oossibii.
sties of the art Uself". In-the found In two spectacularly orlgl.
United States,that name is Frank nal homes-the Dr. George Dor.
Lloyd Wright, and ever since that mon residence on Lake Otis Lake Region Clubhouse
I extraordinary man's death In Drive and the home on Oleander
I 1959 the name of a successor'has Drive, which figured briefly in
been continuously sought. A lot of a court action when a neighbor

critics and observers think they didn't like Its design Hub For Local Events
{ have found him tn Paul Marvin Coming up, however, will bea ___
Rudolph. new downtown Leedy productthe _
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1 "One obvious American National Bank LH
I choice lies In the reason great for the building which will be different Lake Region Yacht and Coun. and bordered by pleasant pas. log food specialities of other
original.I Club which stands majestl. lure lands It Is best described countries
I ity and variety of Mr. in that the architect started with try ,
1 designs-qualities Rudolph's a building some 40 years old< cally on gently rolling hills be. as regal, but with a utility that I'oolslde is also a favorite
i were also > and with some pre.stressed con. side Lake Hamilton, a few miles suits this area's residents and gathering" spot for the member,
supremely Wright's.
theless, the Never. crete and glass will produce an. east of Winter Haven, has devel. visitors In every season where shrimp peels, lobster
) certain Rudolph eye can Identify other eye.catcher contempor.ary oped Into the sports, cultural, The golf course Itself Is the bolls, and costume parties are
i One Is his preference ary as tomorrow. and social center of this area. hub of activities Measuring held.The
Crete con. But Leedy Is not the only one Known throughout the state 6,518 yards from the blue, or club is also the site of
the poured on the spot with who Is producing original workto for Its championship golf course championship, markers, It Is many other Winter Haven area --..... "
used aggregate In the mix-the sand or stone enhance the Winter Haven and gorgeous clubhouse, Lake the scene of weekly women'sand activities Including Ranker's < .', .
I the exposed,giving scene. Region is set amid Florida pines mixed tournaments. It has Cup Banquet, thelmpl'rlalllorl' I '
surface ___ _
a rough, almost also been the __ "'"
B. T. Jones developed the design site of county Show Breakfast and the Miss ti ,
--- --- and statewide golfing events, Smile Contest! Ball, to name a i .....
one of which was the state high few.
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Lake Region professional Vie prominence to the Winter II a. Oldsmobile' Oomed. of I
ZrT 4I Brook Sr. and greenskeeper R. ven area. Pintkney a Deiiqn Parallel L:net, Squarei and Cubes

C Rackley work diligently to .
keep the fairways and greens 5
,, in the best of shape. The sprawl.
\ Inc greens are bordered by yawn.
> log traps of white Florida sand.

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'. activities is offered during the Y l A r ,r NfrrY
yea the highlight of which U the Y.. r' C w M ..l
annual Commodore's hall, an
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Eyesore No More Are These Offices of Robert Kennedy CPA, on hit Central +r'-'Ial I I NIW' ,inthu Yrir's dinner ton aid featur, and Designed by Arh: ,'fc. o B. *\ |11'en| AILI 1 ''J) d. 10dud,

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brutual texture, Four current for the Florida State Employment .
projects, plus the new Art and
Architecture Building he design, Fifth St, NW, which building Is distln.gulshed on.
I .y ed for Yale, exploit the possibll.Itles solar OWNERSWE
, by a golden screen BIG NEWS for STATION WAGON
I of concrete. across Its front used for decora.
"Another stroke In Mr. tlve purposes and also to protect
dolph's professional signature those waiting for Interviews
is his mixing of many levels from sunlight.This .
within a building The Yale design .
building Is also unique
called for :M Interior levels SIZE 115" WHEELBASE PON--
I In 9 actual stories A private in that Florldsproductsweeve.ed WE ALSO CARRY THIS INTERMEDIATE
everywhere, except in very
home designed for a Florida
family offers seven different impossible minor Instances Jones where designed it was the PONTIAC OFFERS A FULL SIZE STA. TIAC TEMPEST SAFARI IN V-:! OR 6CYL. VERSIONS.
levels and a variety of
ceiling Mire building with this in mind
heights Inside Its composition -It was to be all.Florida. TION WAGON WITH A WHEELBASE OF
of rectangles; the construction The Plnckney Oldsmobilear.are .
Is of sand colored concrete on Sixth 8t Is unusual In 121" IN THE ENTIRE G.M. LINE FOR 1965.
block, left exposed Inside and that It can be dismantled-all
out. All his buildings reflect a except the small office portionIn / LRd
belief that the universal outlookIn
less than two days, though
contemporary architecture It looks as If it was as perms ,
has filled V.3. cities with a ser.
Dent as Gibraltar, wttllit. vast
let of pack ages panorama of cubes and parallel
And when Rudolph was design. lines and ootwnas It was built
leg the Lake Region building of pre>streed concrete which -
Leedy was on his staff. t is finding more and more accept.
Leedy's recent work can be lACe as a construction material fief

f antltse' L. eU1111
Youth Beacon CM, and sponsorship
Many of one girl's care at the Ocala I>n ,

I (Continued From Page Two) Industrial School The B and
PW, also sponsored the annual
State University Campus which
March of Dimes for nine
I Is a Joint effort of the Pilots
The club meets at the Park
t and the Southern Research:
I Restaurant and the president is
Scholarship Foundation of Tallakeseie. -
Miss Evelyn HughesEverrene GILMORE

I'I It has lId ated many of theeofmslty's --
outstanding program -
such! as the Lake Region
J f Council ftr ComsMsdty Mars uvrw wnu a s tIFlClll
romesr rmss nay
Ing, and has won some out
steading awards lactedtng uCtab I'oisaaX965 .
I I of 1M Year Award for '
Florida twtee In a row, and the

Women's ROM Companions \r
1 Award Jar tu work In promo
'I tag the Polk County Guidance

The SMWd
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I here and has been copied by
other root organisationsthroucko 294-4108

the country
The ftMtoess and Profess
ta IMO, and Its aetirtte in
etude the presentation of a acho loeM vita forest SEE WHY PONTIAC SELLS IN 3RD POSITION NATIONALLY FOR THE 4TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR.

Laxshtp sMMally too high< school IrwatrOai
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Sunday October 18 I96

1'- Everyone Dreams Of Coming Back To Beautiful: Cypress Gardens- I IA Ifr I

____ When Vonda Kay Van Dyke visited Cypress
___ the second time in her rJ
Gardens a few week ago for "t eat
: w life she was just as ecstatic about its beauty justas
excited over its spectacular water show and justas
much in love with its beautiful girls and their
quaint ante-bellum costumes as she was the first time.
1Af The first time was some 12 years ago when she 1
was six and her parents took her picture seated. in
; R I one of Dick Pope's "vistas," as he calls those gorgeous I.
; views that have a bridge a girl or two and a blaae
'H" t..rear. vIJ of flowers.She !.
was a doll.
This time Vonda was a big girl&-five feet six
126 well distributed pounds-and she had a title.
Miss America 1966. I,
A living doll.
All these years since her first tour of the Gardens
Vonda had dreamed of one day wearing one of the 't
costumes and being part of a "vista." And M, shortly i
I TOURIST TAKES A TRADITIONAL CYPRESS GARDENS SHOT after she was crowned Miss America in Atlantic City : L*
And G.ts the Tradition Saluta Ratarved and
for King Qu..ns she hurried to Florida to make the dream come true.
She toured the Gardens she water skied she
----Ac-,.,;.. swam in the Aquarama pool, she rode the electric !
boat, she went" boat surfing, took u dip or two in Lake
I 1 Eloisc. And :sh<' took some pictures like any tourist.
And shr! dunned an unt' bellum costume and sat
; t in a f'ypr< C..Irdl( : vta..
She and th \1tatOt! along well together.

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October 18. 1964

.I Both Both the state and State And Federal Fruit-Vegetable Inspection Services Headauartered/ / Her I

federal fruit - -
pd vegetable Inspection serve signed. to five better conformity
a for Florida art headquar. and It a concentration of all of
through the
use of better and
i ed In Winter Haven at the FIo.a the most Important department
more uniform
aampllnf test
Building. regulations.Before
lug equipment, but
even with all
it If the
control center that
oi this
equipment It
will still
s watch over Florida afrt. be Riley and Conner got
: for
necessary Inspectors tomake
tural products to make sure together and agreed on this new
t their certain figments con kind training, Inspector
quality many
up to the >ernlnf shape color and detects
ndards desired. Of fruit. actually learned and remember.ed .
i chief Job of t Inspection very little.
To help! fain uniformity in
vice, as mlcht be expected, these arees, Riley under the d1.
[keeping tabs on the citrus recUon of the Commissioner of Now, however Instructors
are teaching more, andtheclae.
Agriculture, has Instituted a
fegetable inspection Is ban. training program which has had averages for the first six weeksof
ed through an office in Or. k phenomenalKC..... the course have been around
ado- but the rest of the In. e This training program In.volves 94 per cent.
don comes from the Winter the use of the most mod.
even office. >i : ern types of visual aids avail. Citrus Inspection Is a mono
;;/All Inspection of processed 1"- able. Flip cards, slides, and all sterous business, but the team.
floods Is conducted by federal I types of charts and drawings work all the way from the Com.
actors, who are also located are utilised. missions to the newest Inspect.
to the Citrus Building. This training takes only one AG COMMISSIONER ors make It a remarkable sue.
Head of both the stale and fed. day tor experienced Inspectors, Doyle Conner cess,
era fresh fruit and vegetable
Inspection service Is Herbert .
M. Rllejr. His Immediate boss
on the state level Is Commissioner .

The. of men Afr1eultureDoyleColloner. under Riley have EVERETTE WHITEHEADGENERAL

nothing but praise for the way
I be handles the Job and RIley
turn elves most of the credit
'lb', Conner
Without Conner Riley says.It

BE: RIGHT THE FIRST TIME Florid Citrus Building 'In Winter Heven Sole Owner of Whitehead Enterprises

,Let as INSULATE Your Home -


Eyerette Whitehead applies the
OWENS-CQRNIMO same "Specllilln9 ''n Colonial'
high ttsndards to commercial builds and CUItom
FIBERGLAS"JUST Ingi the he has been known for In Mi Homes In' Winter Heven since
home | 54."


NATURALLY BETTER"For Financing Arranged



Now In Our New

JAMES P. HOSIER Inc. Offices Located

-._--:?" 1034 IILTMOII DRIVIPHONI U,.. Models Charts. Blackboard.. Slid. BRANTlEY Cypress Gardens Road

ZJJ-1S2I t 0 would be Impossible to do the many problems to cope with, grade exactly alike.
Job which Is now being done. but one of the biggest Is unUformlty. There are projects now belnc I
And that Job Is turl e. It Is bard to get sever conducted at the Lake Alfred CY 3.6473
The inspection service: has al hundred Inspectors to all Citrus Experiment Station da.







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A Member Of The 'SSpL1ATIQMMpO



Each builder I prides himself on quality nrtefrIIr+inr the finest

architectural planning, and the most modern equipment TO assure
I you of a beautiful comfortable home of distinctive design. : .. KERR LAKE LANDSCAPING REGION BANK OF COMMERCE




.LD.&J. R. Tucker .
e> John W. Burr Wfofer Haven STEPHENS CONCRETE

e B. & W. Builders 0 Tucker Builders \, Ukeleix STOUT'S HEATING A AIR CONDITIONING



e John G. Wood & Assoc. Inc.

HOME BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION of Greater Winter Havennday ,/


Sunday, October 1 18, I 1964

I' Winter Haven Has One Of Lowest Property. ... Tax Rates In State I IThe

city of Winter Haven be- In a citrus grove on the edge of
fta a new fUcal year In a town next March.
couple of weeks with UM lowest The BostonRedSoxmaycome 4Y ..y4d.JL.
property tat rate of any city its to Winter Haven for spring
lee In Florida, with one of the training In 1966 which will mean
lowest bonded indebtedness and a new$:'OOO stadium for themto I- --
OM of the beet credit ratings, play M
There will be other projects :
wtttt a salary Male that has 'a plM .
to reach development stage in
attracted acme of the best ex- -
eoutive talent available,and with the months to come, still too
a mayor tint fives the city an 4y tentative to be announced
MVteMe Image wherever he's To get beck to the mayor,
Richard Dantsler, elected to the : I
Hell. Y ,
vY > M Q
There are other plus signs 1. post at 31 two years ago and, fit r
at that time,the youngest mayorIn
too.A million dollar downtown Florida, he's someone to

storm. drainage program,which watch.
For not only Is he handsomeand
also included a complete rehabilitation -
of central city personable. He also has a
streets, has just been oomplet- grasp of city affairs that Is f
almost Incredible considering }

ed.The police and fire departments 1 that he's been on the city comFJ "G- 1 'l" r ,r f, (h wthb
mission only three II.'. *
will be In new quarters- years. r }
possibly In "Government Cen particularly expert In budgetary ,. ,
affairs, and that's Impor p '
ter" which has the pries-win- !
nine city hall building as Its MAYOR DANTZLER tent I 1 ;
huband a third fire stationIs The budget for the coming It :
under construction to serve lion In Its 4lst year, Is becoming year Is In excess of $2 million 4
the expanding northwest sectionof the Florida Citrus some four per cent greatf.,
the community. Showcase and will open In spec- er than last year's, and the 1 e ,
The Florida Citrus Exposl- tacular new $200,000 quarters city's progressiveness can be

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STOTZ HALL IS POLICE RECREATION BUILDING I, ; ", If ,, 'Itt-. >r .+ .. /"b-Lr'A_ /J.... + r'.., t.. .
It's Named After Officer KIII.cIn Performance of Duty II

r' 1 / #' t ready placed the city among
r the best In Florida.Departments .
like fire,police, FLORIDA DEVELOPMENTand
recreation and public service
must have adequate funds to
cope with the problems of growth -
and to maintain their fine past

I The city moves Into a new
year with a seasoned city manager
at the helm. He is C. C.
Ryan, veteran of more than 20
e +rl years In city government operation -
1 coming here from
Punta Gorda a year ago and
ttT already being reckoned one of

the has best ever administrators had. this city See us, every possible Real Estate

. The commission has one new ,,", Need Groves Ranches Homes '
< ,
J member, Joseph W. Higgins,
who Is an accountant and tax Business Rentals .
Multiple Listing
expert. He was elected this
month, and takes office on Tuesday Service Mortgages Construction
of the coming week.J.

I ago, Is a real estate man and
City Manager Ryan, Mayor Dantzler Commissioner Miller, Hill, Higgins and Steele citrus man, with a wide business
experience and a good deal of
measured In some part by a political savvy besides. \
study of what the budget pro Dean of the commission, In ,
vides. point of service, Is Mrs. Virginia -
Important highlights of that Foley Miller the first
1 budget include; Upgrading of woman ever elected to the commission -
a/lItU- TLC. jobs and general salary Increases and the first person \
to encourage Its staff even elected to four consecutive New LocationNow
of more than 200 employes to terms.
WINTER HAVEN, FLA."Better Improve their Job techniques; Hughes Steel Is beginning his
provisions for a new fire station third year on the commissionbut
and a new garage; an extensive he served an apprenticeshipon
'1/" program to bring sewers the planning board and Is a In Our New
to more areas with the retired government executiveand
eventual goal of 100 per cent a graduate of West Point.
coverage; similar.expansions This five-man commission, Offices Located .
.... the water service network. and the city manager make
These are Just a few of the up the top echelon of the gov
expanded services which the ernment. 498 Cypress Gardens Rd.
city commission and city manager Functioning under them are
have provided for withina department heads, all with
revenue pattern which held long experience in their fields 294.1501 or 294.1112
the line on taxes for I 1963 after Police Chief Munsey Smith
them last year.It Is a veteran of over 20 years In
has not been easy, for law enforcement, and his chief I
these who run the city cannot, aide, In charge of crime Investigation FLORIDA
h and have not, downgraded any Is Chief of Detec- INVESTMENT CORP. I
of the services which have al (Continued On Following Page)


living begins when you own a "

stared cost for the wonderful amenities now iviilibli to you pleasure .nd convenience I 7 Mann t Associitet-the
with none of lilt work and none of the nsponsibi1' oat, r s "ae nj> t bui> der of condominiums -MivitM you to
new home" by Barris-Connary .
Under condominium apartment ownership, you hive the M Living In the Winter Haven Hirbour Condominium Apartments set "t ",aod c curity of individual home ownership with the benefit of ii in together unparalleled uperitnc m luxury, plea urp with a the .'orts ,t city conveniencelooking


Winter Haven "- for

V\_-- anapartment
I! Lake Alfred t
;. HOME ) ::::J
S Haines City OEcIitININTHHAVENJF.- tI \ I

\S Bartow -*- {.
-- I then see first-hand all the many

:, pleasant features of living in the. .
We have lots available where we can build your [

Custom Home or we'll build on your lot. WINTERHAVEN HARBOUR

ALWAYS Quality Materials '. luxurious CON-DQ-MIN-IUM

+ Sound Construction Waterfront Apartments on ; ;;
y'y Professional lovely Spring Lake L/f/

Fully air-conditioned apartments with ad-electric appliances and
/ so many recreation features such as a huge heated pool shuffleboard -
/ courts, fishing and
boating dock and even a fully equipped
trfost'tsI recreational building all yours as an owner of an I I. Z. Mss, ,
A Associates condominium apartment" .
"*-"" I See the 1 d 2 bedroom apartments wig f';;,

4-eott4 IttC. I I. I MjMcondomimwnsireihMyi '.iterfiwrt" <* 2 baths prIced from $10,750.and Only $4$

I per month including taxes. .;


227 Third St., S.W. Phone 293.5555 1700 6th STREET NW WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA / PHONE: 2931606Peg.





Commissioners! Chamber Of Commerce Work At Making City More Beautiful I

dints trees, resulting In more vice, Charles Holloway,who hM Into riotous color in January
than 1,000 being removed In taken charge of a local nursery In the spring thousands of
lighway 17 each community. but is still retained as a consultant summer annuals will be plant-
Within the next few days by the city. ed marigolds and zinnias
the annual plantings will be Something like It,000 annualsare mostly, to give the city two
carried out by the Winter Haven placed each year In time tor seasonal blooms. The summer
How Beinglandscaped park department, under the blooming for the tourist season flowers go into the beds where
direction of Dick Madaus This Parks downtown planters, during the spring, the petunias
program was In.ueuratedhthe public building grounds and snapdragons, holhhorks end
former director of public sr iround,r parklnc lots will burst pansles hold forth.

L Uto community's reputation
being one of the most beau-
!i"l. fto Florida Is well-earned
Manse virtually everyone
wrks at tlt- -from Winter Haven
r, tntj Ownmlssloner virgins
Foley Miller to the fellow rootIng -
Land ispurs out of his yard.
The most Immediate agency'
to step linto the beautification }
progrtirijf'U the Chamber ofCommerce
-though not for the
first Um..I.'lbe"'thamber!. J
however, Is
sparking the landscaping of the
medians along newly four-laned
Hwy. IT from Winter Haven to 1
Lake Alfred through a fundraising -
campaign.The a JIJILMNUPPLI ES
two cities are beautify
log the highway within their
limits, but there was no way to
complete the project Without'I
'(, private aid. FR.a. ate .t r.Mn'.r. EVERYTHING to Build Anything! All the New and Better Materials
fI''! Lake Alfred has already completed -
the median beautlflcatlon What You Want Where- and WhenYou Want Itl! Equipped to Rendera
[Inside Its city limits, and Win- try
[ter' Haven's Is going forward -- -- --.. ..-- Complete Building Service to Both Contract Builder and Home-owner
Both communities conducted
[Itor eliminating during old past and year dead This Hevendele utficaton! Is Being Duplicated on Hwy 17City's Plywood Fonellnq For All Uses
Aluminum Awning & Jalousie Window & Doors

Hardware a All Kindt .f Point & Varnlth

ILL EW ADDS YORK IP(UPr-It takes Tax Rate One Of Lowest In StateContinued ...fI.9 Plywood

early 1 million pounds of
newsprint annually to producethe ( From Page Eight) dure for emergencies, working swimming and life-saving to treasurer !I. Elton Landahl, FREE COUNTY-WIDE DELIVERY
[ classified advertisement in lives Hamp Rogers, who also closely with the city's shuffleboard and cards. The water department super
U.8 dally newspapers the Civil Defense organization The recreation budget givesan intendent I I. Edward T. Htlml.
has of
[Newsprint Information Com- many years experience. headed by Bill Wolf. idea of the services it encompasses Public service superintendent
Capt. Carl Aleck Is In charge BAGWELL
Imittee reports of the traffic division. The cost of operating the It totals 88042. t* Richard Madaus, with Lester BUILDING SUPPLY
police department tor the coming City Hall la of course where Heath In charge of refuse collection
The fire department Is beaded year Is $200,932, plus$73,. government begins and ends. and cemeteries. Orble
by Chief Abner Lewis, who 534 tor traffic control; biggest The commission Is served by Hinson for Parka, and Lester 293-3139
Joined the department In 1924 department In point of expenditure three advisory boards and the Brldgeforth, garage
For and became Its first paid fireman In the city. The fire department board of adjustment, which has Eric Dull Is city engineer Rifle Road
Range Winter Haven
Dependable six months later. His budget Is $121,210 tor quasi-judiciary powers in matters J. D.Durd Is In charge of streets
assistant Is Walter Morris operations, exceeded only by relating to coning variances and sewersJackCurlnlesew-
These two departments have streets and drainage, which Is The planning board makes er plant superintendent
Plumbing been expanded considerably In put at $164,543 for the next year. recommendations in this field to
the past couple of years and Next to fire and police, the the commission, and the other
the fire department will soon beak-known department Is pro two boards art parking advisory
Service. have a third station, In the bably recreation, headed by Bob and recreation advisory, both
northwest section, to augment Hill, and the reason Is evident self-explanatory in their name
those already In operationthe in figures on its activities. e.. 7set Le
CALL central station downtown and Over 100,000 take part annuallyin George Partin Jr. Is chair-
No. Z on Ave. K, SE. the programs offered man of the board of adjustment -
Both these agencies Incorporate throughout the city, the biggest John Wood chairman of
the latest In equipmentand share of this participation In the planning boa rd. Head of
MACPlumbing methods to carry out their a huge summer program geared parking advisory I. A. G. Hancock _
respective missions In the protection to youngsters, a program that and of recreation advisoryis
of the public. Both have has been growing by leaps and Burke Chllds.
Co. two-way radio, the police department bounds each year. Building and zoning director flamelesselectric
boasts a complete But the program reaches into is Bill Wolf.
210 Sixth St.. S.W records and Identification division every age bracket, from the The city's legal advisor is
and they have workedout pre-achooler to the senior cit City Attorney Peter Kalogrldls,
a Joint cooperative proce izen, and runs the gamut from city clerk Is Dave Fult, city

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! V V I L j/7 ,

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. GOLDWATER wants to swap his arid Arizona home for

I a white house near Potomac waters. / r r ,

i LBJ has lived long enough in that white house near the

Potomac waters that he doesn't want to go back to the dry

river bed home in Texas.

We suggest you vote for the one you feel sorriest for


AND regardless of who is elected, don buy any more

Real Estate you

RICHMOND Policies issued by our Company will

failure of real estate \ -
voters against loss on account o /,

titles, regardless of how they vote. "fir

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They like its spotless cleanlfaesil The way turn of a dial and each ,individual room

If eliminate grime and keeps walls, -or the whole house is quickly, gently
& Title Co.
Florida Southern Abstract woodwork, furniture and drapes newer warmed to the desired temperature.If .

looking longer. you plan to buy, build or remodel see

AGENTS FORJmuyere They like flameless Electric Heat becauseit's your electrical contractor-or call Tampa

Title Insurance (prporatkxi as quiet as an electric light- and as Electric Company- for information on

easy to operate. A flick of a switch or the flameless Electric Heat.
Rc6+nond .Yliglnia

OffiCES: WINTER HAVEN LAKE WALES LAKELAND Tampa Electric Company k,, \

W. Central Ave. 129 E. S .rt

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I 1\\ C Of C Answers 15,000 Inquiries Annually- Housing Developments Taking Over AreasIn

l Winter Haven Chamber of for there are any number of y,, ? t5 i
Commerce receives in averageof odd tusk the Chamber.taff iv i" ;( tif! Planted In
Formerly GrovesThe
15,000 inquiries annually called upon to do In digging op i> City
I from people who are interestedin the answersE
what the city haa to offer L. Davis exoonii\o MI "
i'iiTi-: city' grow are all Lake Link-Marlon area by John whose reports on new
And the list of what It has to president of the organi7a1i d
but gone now, victim olall'owIne Wood and Associates, where Hosts Is the best way to gauge
\ offer la almost endless.People who directs the flow of al'\\'I' city's InMtttbl ...rmlar electric lines are all underground residential building reports
to know what the that out at
go nays manv arc
and Winter Haven
living 900
apace all home plans must new homes added to its lines

real estate Is. what the the staffs
picture fingertipbut "m the
gradually move beyond city be
approved by an architectural during the put year, about
business or job propects appear take a goood deal of h
r"'I'.Ij' i limits, where the groves art board. 60 per cent outside the
to be what the citrus Industry They're all answered( nil. s + city
likewise giving way to new This development Is called limits, 40 per cent inside.These
offers as an Investment every request for help J' "II' i homes. totals do not
Lakewood, and already there Include Lakewoodand
They planning a Florida where It's humanly ,'
are 110"1 Two of the last few remaining are about 10 homes completedand other construction In that
vacation and would like some Sometimes, though thlni
areas inside the city are another half doten under area, which are connected to
help (They get it Winter get a bit out of hand Once the Eloise Woods
now being developedthey adJoin construction, all in the$18,000- prlvaUly-owned
Haven Is Ideal as a headquarters Chamber ran an advcriKnr-nt! one another to the west or-more bracket. system.In .
for touring the stale's In a national publication rxiill of North Gate Shopping Center But Lakewood: Is outside the round numbers, there are
points of Interest), Ing Winter Haven and attacheda and along Lake Mirror, the lat city limits, as Is most residential 9,000 homes connected to the
They are nlannlnc< to retire coupon which readers wore ter an extension of the plush developments, property city water system 5,600 Inside
and heard Winter Haven Invited to send In for detailed
they've more Howard Terrace development being scarce Inside the boundaries the city and 3,500 outside. Several -
Is a great place for senior Information Sixteen I An even more plush development hundred are connected to
citizens (The Chamber tell thousand sent In coupons Is under way in the The city water departments, the Eloise Woods system
them they've heard correctly). Last March when Jack
Some want to know if the B (lev's Oueen for a Day show 1 .
fishing Is food! (There's none played here at the Citrus Ex ,I 1
better!). position, the mail poured In to '.
A great many ask about the the Chamber to the Exposition, r--- ,
climate (It's perfect well, almost and to Bailey
anyway Maybe a cool "We got thousands of I taper, iL'xSERVING
night every 75 years or to!) Davis said 'There were too t
Some make ined'lc requests, manv to count. When the Gary You can slice ,
such as helD In finding!! an apartment Moore show was here we got Ws
or a home the names of mail In bushel basket boxes
.. Chamber of Commerce) Htodquatttn en Hwy. 17 la Center of City
and barrels
whom I believe
people to they can apply but we I If
to $2000
got more this past spring," board Air Line Railroad's mainline up
The letters come from allover through here, new Indus- a
mostly from the north and tries were Induced to choose
mid.west. of course People Winter Haven for their operation off the
L.D. & J.R. TUCKER learn about Winter Haven in and with the growth of priceof
many ways besides the Ex- the citrus Industry, it helped t1\\
position shows.Advertloementa. bring to this city the title
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY which the "Citrus Capital of the World" home!
Chamber runs in various newspapers The Chamber's efforts with a
and periodicals, the or- those of others resulted In the t
ganization's National Open establishment here of the Polk I iI i
with Bass Championship, word of County Health Department
month and many other pro headquarters, the US and the iI
motional Ideas go into spread Florida Departments of Agriculture I
17 Years Combined ing the word about "The Home Fruit and Vegetable
of Cypress Gardens," Inspection Service headquarters
The Chamber was started aa the Florida State Divisionof

Florida went Into the great land Plant Industries, Stream Pol- It's easy all you have to do is buy an Oil Heated home. And when
Building Experience boom of the early 1920', and lution and Blind Mosquito Research
It*, early expansion was explosive Laboratories of the
Board of Health, and many you add up the savings you will male over the life of your mortgage by

When the land bubble collapsed others including the most recent -
however the Chamber and one of the most Im using Oil Heat, you'll find that you can save as much as $2,000. You

built on sound and progressive portent, State Farm Insurance
leadership, survived and began Companies save money and you get the best heating there is dependableclean

'''''''''j". I' ,. ; building again toward a bigger E B Walthall was the founder
and better city and first secretary and later healthy heat.
The organization sparked served as president. The current -
campaigns which brought Sea president Is Arnold Silvert

Progressing wIth a Progressive City School Libraries

bOIL 1

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Building Computer Age HEAT COUNCIL HEAT


Residential "Automated Reference" Will Be Of Winter ,,Haven

Building Accomplished with Computer Networks

Design ServicesRepresentatives -

On of the 111'J't' p."pulai attiiuliiiiiH a
for at the Ni" "\ Y",ik S
W.Mlil'n Fan i- the Libiaix, In
STRAN STEEL BUILDINGS the United tal"', exhibitwhuh tl'
fpatuiiH a Inivic: 449

CALL CY ]-3044J. Real.Time c"mputeNut i .

It TUCKER only ih this mult, m',
Inn, dollar nmthine' fn" n, t'ng
I to observe, it ils |piano.i i. :,
look into the 'lImI'UII'I'Z'd i I i i ibiaiy I I I
of the future Th ,,rrputet ,
i il
answers qUI'.tlUlI' "" "
T.L. WHITEHEAD the exhibit In the pU\'II"n and l I Dun Bolldsec
can print an eay of 700) ci" 'id- ,
in only four seconds'! It nl,,,, I';' {
1 provides annotated Trading
i1l1ltlrm. lists and bibliogiaphiiH,. and
can retrieve information' with,
Incredible upeed All this an
"BUILDS BETTER FOR LESS" be accomplished at u uijtivi i\
low cost once compute n."t
works begin to be employed bs
libraries and wiuratimil, nuts'
tutions, awoixiinR to I'NIVAlexperts. "
S &t 1n .

The UNIVAC 490 it" connected
to compatible equipment" In
Manhattan, Long Inland, DenVDI -
-, Phoenix, Lou Angeles and
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL"Building San Francisco; thus the tame
information that is available to We
fairgoers is alao available to
people In those cities The day
may not be far off when the
A Bttter & More Beautiful/ Winter Havtn" knowledge contained in the
world's greatest libiaries will
t be available to students thousands
of miles away, throughthe

New* Remodeling Construction use of computers. Point with PrideTo

Proper length and else of nylon
Repairing hone mean better appearance
i greater comfort and better our reputation
wear reports Mrs. Mae
Barton. Pennsylvania State extension
clothing specialist Once
you find the brand of stockings qualityFor
Local Dealer For Mitchell Steel Bldgs. that fit your Mss satisfactorily!
ask for them rat h time you buy.

satisfied customers <
The next lime you art planning construction whither ;

I new office space or building a new home for the familyor

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Hue sprawling cltrue grower In tile world, added Its production of aluminum can*tor duct I* processed In Hnines
plants are ready to |o Aefcw*.kie Flint In 1934 when It its own ..... While fresh trait CityNew
into high gear In the next coupleof bought out CUll_ Food, Inc, and tecttonUlng department In the processing Held Is
month to cop with whet may but th* local operation goes back have discontinued, the pro. Pippin Peeking Co., located on
be the second largeet crap laFlorida1 aetoelly to Isle when It was ductlon of concentrate has been Lake Ida and operated by Bob
history, and son ofUM fem4ed by W. P. McDonald.J'Int Florid and this Is the only Pippin, former Lakeland citrus
key plant are located In tile I a fresh fruit packing lant producing Minute broker To Its fresh fruit pack.
Winter Haven perimeter. CatID 7 hove, a.angle strength juice Maid's HI C. the first and a log operations, with a capacityof
Biggest In the plant wee added In 1941, anda leader in the field of non.car- about 400,000, has been Med,
area la the vast ,
Cypress Garden Citrus Prod. GARp 15C1S eectte....lBi plant In t48. Donated orange drinks a chilled salad processing line,
acts, Inc., lot 30 years the in. j Three year later Clinton bought Bordo Products Co., located with a capacity of 4,800 gal-
dependently ow n d Snivel C I tile plant and began production of in Winter Haven, processes sea tons of salad sections a ,lay,
Grove founded and operated by S, tppERS EE1Ep5 concentrate under Its Snow Crop tlons and juice and also has packed in glass under the Pip
the Snlvely family, but add a "" a LINNERSF label Urge storage faculties for fro. ,label plus com processing for
This plant pioneered In the /en concentrate, but this pro. I other..
year ago last July to Eloise
Groves Association, a local co.

operative For a year the hue Eloise BUILDING TOWARD
plant was known u Snlrely
Groves Division of Eloise
Groves Association, but the WINTER HAVEN'SGROWTH
board of directors changed Its
name earlier this year, Incor.
porattnj its famous brand name,
"Cypress Gardens," In the title
of the corporation.
f This plant can handle IS mil. for
r [lion boxes of citrus a year over
I' Growing from a tiny picking
plant founded In 1934 by John
A. Snlvely Sr. and Thomas V.
Snlvely Sr., a brother team that
had come to Florida a few year
earlier to be attracted to the then psmdAND
Infant citrus Industry John
SnivelY had come here first, go. 4i _
log Into citrus u It began to L t Y,
grow again after the disastrous
setback in the 189S freeze some 4
14 years before. SONS -
Cypress Gardens Citrus can

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largest In Florida and was,until Cypress Gardens Citrus Products I li Just a New Moniker for the GientSnively'sof

taken over by the cooperative Winter Haven-later to be. nationally known companies have products department opened in rtrated in the plant during the Residential Commercial
the largest Independent proc.... come Eloise when'the workers citrus divisions hertz Minute 1948, and concentrate facilities citrus off.season, thus providing
log plant In the state. settled nearby. Maid in Auburndale and Birds three years later. year-round operation marketsIts ,
Like. most of the citrus com. Virtually destroyed by fir* In Eye in Winter Haven. Five frozen citrus productsare products under tilt Birds Eye Building RN
panics-and like citrus industry 1950 Snlvely's was immediately Adams Packing has the largest marketed under the Adams label, the world's first and big.
Itself the giant started .mall. rebuilt and grew to undreamed of fresh fruit packing house In Flo. label and orange concentrate Is gent manufacturer of frozen
John A. Snlvely Sr., who had proportions when the frown or. rlda last year but, when the also packed under the Lucky foods nvmAssocunoq Today For 1
come to Florida In 1909 from a ange concentrate sent the citrus freeze wiped out most of the Gold brand. a NIUTa Mhlllft IUtE1 1
small farm community near the Industry soaring fresh citrus production, It ha* James A. Goff, executive vie Minute Maid, a vast citrus y Tomorrows Living M
bustling railroad town of AU Eloise Grove Association had only token use This yearit president and general manager empire which includes amongIts ?, M lt
toona, Pa., was its founder. In first Incorporated in 194S, op. will go Into high gear. Is operating head of the organ. records that of the largest _.
1934 with his brother Thomas -- ---- --- -- -
crated solely u a caretakine It is, however designed to Izatlon, whose grower membersown --- -----
Sr., whom he ha rids, he launched Snlvely's in a the marketing field u well, its fruit Its capacity over a mil. citrus groves which supply near

_small picking_ ___plant___ _on _the___edge_ members fruit sold under the lion and a half boxes a sensor ly CO per cent of the fir m'a re.
n "Cypress Gardens" label of It probably won't reach It* peakof qulrements. Most of the acreageIs WINTER HAVEN PLANING MILLS
# Snlvely Groves, Inc., where Us operation for several years located in Polk County.
A & processing was done. hence. Birds Eye Division of Gen.
Eloise bought the lithely pro. Adams will be running below era! Foods Corp., located In
*T} ceasing plant a year ago last capacity this year again In all Winter Haven, has the dlstinc.tlon .
e 9I July and changed Its name this departments, but far above the of producing the first saleable .
year John C. FOil at. of Win. last two years. frozen orange concentratethat
Its frozen orange concentrate was In 1943-and thereby
ter Park, veteran cltrusman. Is
president; John A. Snlvely Jr., production exceeded five million launching the biggest revolutionIn
gallons before the freeze, but citrus history, which trans
son of the founder, Is vice pres.
Ident Dr. James T. Griffiths of will be down this year, u will formed citrus from a prosper SINCE 1913Yea
Winter Haven Is secretary and Its Juice, sections and by.prod. ous adjunct of Florida's agrU
general manager Many of the nets production culture to a gigantic $2 billion
Snlvely executives have stayed Adams Packing Association IndustryIts
C date back to 1927
In key positions In the new op. operations operation headed by A.
'" ration. when a small croup of grow. A. Lang Jr., general manager,
Next In size, and close behind ers went Into the marketing of Birds Eye Division normally
the Cypress Garden\ operation fresh fruit under the Adams produces 100 million can of
Is Adams Packing Association brand. A Juice plant was addedin concentrate each year which It
tJNG 1940, seeUoftlilng and by. packages In aluminum cans fab.
In Auburndale, while two other
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I 1\1I\ !I C Of C Answers 15,000 Inquiries Annually Housing Developments Taking Over AreasIn

Winter Haven Chamber of for there are Inv number nf
Commerce receive an average odd tasks the Chamber Staff t i- Planted In
of 15,000 inauiries annually called upon to do in digging: : up City Formerly GrovesThe
I from people who are Interestedin the answers
what the city hat to offer. E L. Davis. executive 1 u'a
city's groves Ire all take Link-Marion area by John whose reports on new
And the lilt of what it has to president of the organist on. cornea
r offer Is almost endlenPeople who directs the flow of IInw.'r' but gone now,victim*of a growing Wood and Associates, where lions Is the beat way to gauge
clty'l1nAtiabl. search for electric line residential
are all underground building, reports
want to know what the that out at
go man are
says living space, and Winter Haven and all home plea must 300 new homes added to Its lines
real estate picture It, what the the start's but.
fingertips mo gradually moves beyond DM city be approved by an architecturalboard. during the put year, about
business or job propects appear take a gonad deal of r<'M':\in h limits, where the groves are 60 per cent outside the
to be, what the citrus industry They're all answered( awl, i city
likewise to
"t giving way new This development Is called limits, 40 per cent Inside.These
often as an Investment every reouest for help i is 'In i t homes Lakewood and already there totals do not Include Lakewood
They Ire planning a Florida where it's humanly poviluV<
about 10 homes and other construction In that
Two of the last few remainIng are oompleted
vacation and would like some Sometimes though thIn
areas Inside the city are and another half doeen under area, which are connected to
help (They set it Winter get a bit out of hand Onro the Eloise Woods,
now being developed- -they ad- construction, all In the$15,000- privatelyownedsystem.
Haven li Ideal as a headquarters Chamber ran an advcrtkmrnt .
join one another to the west or-more bracket.
for tourln the state's in national
a publication rxtoll
of North Gate Shopping Center But Lakewood Is outside the In round numbers, there are
points of interest, Ing Winter Haven and attached and along Lake Mirror, the lat city limits, as Is most residential ,000 homes connected to the
They are planning to retire a couoon which readers ,
were > ter an extension of the plush developments, property city water system 5,500 Inside
and they've heard Winter Haven Invited *o tend In for more detailed
Howard Terrace development being scarce Inside the bound. the city and 3,500 outside. Sev-
la a great place for senior Information. Sixteen i
An even more plush development aries eral hundred are connected to
citizens (The Chamber telhthem thousand sent in coupons Is under way In the The city water departments, the Eloise Woods system
they've heard correctly). Last March when Jack
Some want to know if the Ballev'a Queen for a Day show t I
fishing It good (There's none played here at the Citrus Ex, r I
better!). position, the mall poured In to I
A great many ask about the the Chamber to the Exposition .'
climate, (It's perfect well, almost and to Bailey ,. f if'd
anyway Maybe a cool "We got thousands of letter 6 p trr Y( ,,
night every 75 yean or sol!) Davis said "There were too
Some make snecl'ic requests, many to count When the Gary You can slice
such as helD In finding an apart Moore show wan here we got W s
merit or a home, the names of mail in bushel basket, boxes
people to whom they can apply and barrels. but I believe we a ,. Chamber of Commerca Headquarters on Hwy. 17 !i. Center of City
to $2000
got more this past spring" board Air Line Railroad's main up
The letters come from allover line through here new Indus. a
mostly from the north and tries were Induced to choose
mid.west, of course. People Winter Haven for their oper off f the
L.D. & J.R. TUCKER learn about Winter Haven In ation, and, with the growth of priceof
many ways besides the Exposition the citrus Industry it helped t1\\
shows.Advertisements. bring to this city the title f
CONSTRUCTION COMPANYwith which the "Citrus Capital of the World." home!
Chamber runs in various newspapers The Chamber' efforts. with a
and periodicals, the or those of others resulted In the
ganization's National Open establishment here of the Polk
rss.:: Bass Championship word of County Health Department
month, and many other pro. headquarters, the U.S, and the
motional Ideas go Into spread. Florida Departments of Agriculture -
17 Years Combined Ing the word about "The Home Fruit and Vegetable
of Cypress Gardens" Inspection Service headquarters
The Chamber was started as the Florida State Divisionof

; Florida went Into the great/ land Plant Industries Stream Pollution It's easy all you have to do !is buy an Oil Heated home And when
Building Experience boom of the early 1920's, and and Blind Mosquito Research

its early expansion was explosive Laboratories of the add the will male the life. of
'ArsS Board of Health, and many you up savings you over your mortgage by

When the land bubble collapsed others including the most recent -
however the Chamber and one of the most im using Oil Heat, you'll find that you can save as much as $2,000. You

built on sound and progressive portant State Farm Insurance
leadership survived and began Companies save money and you get the best heating there is dependableclean

',. "' ''m-o; of- .'e...I building again/ toward < bigger E. B. Walthall was the founder .
and better city and first secretary, and later healthy heat.
The organization sparked served as president The current
campaigns! which brought: Sea. president Arnold Silver,

Progressing with. a Progressive City School Libraries


rI e Commercial Enter

Building Computer Age OIL HEAT COUNCIL HEAT

Residential "Automated Reference" Will Be Of Winter Haven naghrnCoatrorf.

Building Accomplished with Computer Networks

Design ServicesRepresentatives
One of the tint p pulat at -
for t tiaitinitH, at the N',? Yak, I '
Will hl'K Fan I.i the Libu" \ n I
STRAN STEEL BUILDINGS the United St it.', exhibit' ,, /
which features a liuvic 449 .
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CALL CY 3-3044

J. It TUCKER Not ortly IK this" mull, m, .
1 hon' doll a... machine fir n\ ding"
t 10 observe, it uh? p 0' ,.I. ,,
l look into the cnmputi H?,,I !, -
bmy of the futuic, The' ITputei '
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answers questions' i ii "
T.L. WHITEHEAD the exhibit in the pavilon, and iDun I1JJLDllfC'J
can print an essay of 700 Will d, .
in only foui. necimdn1! It nl", 00.
provide annotated trading'
list and bibliographies, and ,
can .retrieve information, milt'
Incredible speed All!! this can
"BUILDS BETTER FOR LESS"Sfted4&c't9 hi ceompliihH at u n,lutm, !
low cost once computes net t
", wotk begin to be employed b\
libraries and education, M,MItutlons
aeeordmg III> I'NIVA<' r

i The UNIVAC 490 ,it lonnwt
I ed to compatible equipment In
Manhattan, Long Island, Denver -
Phoenix, Lou Angelei and
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL San Francisco; thus the same
information that is available to We
fair-goen ia also available to
people In those cities The day
may not be far off when the
"Building A Better & Mart Beautiful/ Winter Haven" knowledge contained in the

world's greatest. libraries will
be available to etudonU thousand .
ef miles away, through

New* Remodeling Construction tMlie of computers Point with Pride

Proper length and she of nylon -
Repairing hose mean better appearance
t greater comfort and better To our reputationFor
wear. reports Mrs. Mae
Barton. Pennsylvania State extension -
clothing specialist Once
you find the brand of stocking qualityFor
Local Dealer For Mitchell Steel Bldgs. that fit your leu satisfactorily
r ask for them eat h time you\ buy

satisfied customers
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new office space or building a new homo for the familyor

simply some remodeling, be lure to consult T. L.
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Free Design Service

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I Huge Citrus Plants Ready To Process One Of State's Largest Crops I

grower In the world, added Its production of aluminum CMS tor duct is processed In llamas
Hue sprawling citrus '
pro. Atrtwradale plant In 1954 when it Its own use. While fresh fruit
cesstag plants are ready to |o bought out Clinton Foods, Inc., and eecttonistng departments CityNew In the processing Held I is
into high gear In the next ooupto but the local operation goes back have discontinued, the production Pippin Peeking Co, located on
of months to cope with whet Bay actwOly to>> 1(19 when It was of concentrate has been Lake Ida and operated by Boh i
be the second largest crop toFlorida's fewritd. by W. P. McDonald expanded and this is tile only Pippin. former Lakeland citrus
history, tad some of First a fresh fruit packing Florida plant: producing Mints broker To Its fresh fruit parkIng
the key plants are located In the DYFR SS posse, a stifle strength Juice Maid's HI C, the first and a operations, with a capacityof )
Winter Haw perimeter. r plant was added in 1941, and leader In the field of non-car. about 400,000, has been aA test Biggest In the area la the vast GARDE a It4IUOIIIaUII pleat In (149. Donated orange drinks.Bordo a chilled salad l processing line,
Cyprus Gardens Citrus Prod Three years later Clinton boughtthe Products Co., located with a capacity of 4,800 Cal-
ucts, Inc., for. 30 years the In. plant and began production of in Winter Haven, processes see.tloii tons of salad sections a dependently owned 8ft1 VII, concentrate under Its Snow Crop and Juice and also has packed in glass under the Pip
Groves founded and operated by ,,,_ SsS vSw label. Urge storage facilities for fro. I label plus some processing for
the Snlvely family, but sold a This plant pioneered In the len concentrate, but this pro. I others.
year ago last July to Eloise ,
Groves Association: a local co.

operative For a year the huge Eloise BUILDING TOWARD
plant was known u Snlvely
Groves Division of Eloise
Groves Association, but the WINTER HAVEN'SGROWTH
board of directors changed Its
name earlier this year, Incorporating .
Its famous brand name,
"Cyprets Gardens," In the title
of the corporation. 24 YEARS
This plant can handle It mil. for over
Uon boxes of citrus a year
Growing from a tiny packing
plant founded In 1934 by John
t A. Snively Sr. and Thomu V,
Snivel Sr., a brother team that
had come to Florida a few years 0
earlier to be attracted the then d # 7
Infant citrus Industry John
Snlvely had come here first, go.
leg Into citrus u It began to ,
grow again after the disastrous 4 Y
setback In the 189S freeze some a
14 years before. AND SONS -
Cypress Gardens Citrus can
handle 12 millions boxes of citrus NEW SIGN, BUT AN OLD AND FAMOUS NAME ON AN OLD AND FAMOUS PLANT t7 Avo. D. S.W. CY 4-1183
In a season ranks In the six Cypress Garden Citrus Products I It Just a New Moniker for the Gienf SnJvely't
largest In Florida and was,until
taken over by the cooperative, of Winter Haven-later to be. nationally known companies have products department opened In rlcated In the plant during the Residential Commercial
the largest Independent processing come Eloise when'the workers citrus divisions beret Minute 1946, and concentrate facilities citrus off-season, thusprovlding !
plant In the state. settled nearby. Maid In Auburndale and Birds three years later. year.round operation It market B bttk "
Like most of the citrus como Virtually destroyed by fire In Eye In Winter Haven. Five frozen citrus productsare Its product under the Birds Eye Building 1 "desNan'
panics-and like citrus Industry 1950 Snlvely's was immediately Adams Packing has the largest marketed under the Adams label, the world's first and big.
itself, the giant started small. rebuilt and grew to undreamed of fresh fruit packing house In Flo. label and orange concentrate Is pet manufacturer of frozen For
John A. Snivel, Sr., who had proportions when the frozen or. rids last year but, when the also packed under the Lucky foods s sso uTlo Today 1
com to Florida In 1909 from a ange concentrate sent the citrus freete wiped out most of the Gold brand. Of iRG1A MINTIL IUrEM f
small farm community near the Industry soaring. fresh citrus production, It has James A. Goff, executive vice Minute Maid, a vast citrus Tomorrows Living yr
bustling railroad town of ALtoona Eloise Groves Association had only token use. This yearit president and general manager empire which Include among P s1y1911r'
Pa., was Its founder. In first Incorporated In 1943, op. will go Into high gear. Is operating head of the organ. It* records that of the largest
1934, with his brother ThomasSr. crated solely u a caretaklng It Is, however designed to Izatlon, whose grower members ----
., whom he had enticed to Flo. co-op until 19S9 then went Into handle huge quantities of fresh own or control 9,000 acre of
rids, he launched Snlvelys In a the marketing field u well. Its fruit-Its capacity Is over a mob citrus groves which supply near.
small packing plant on the edge members fruit sold under the lion and a half boxes a II ly 60 per cent of the firm' re
"Cypress Gardens" label of It probably won't reach Its peakof qulrements, Most o(the acreageIs WINTER HAVEN PLANING MILLS
pS AM2bI' Snlvely Groves, Inc., where Its operation for several years located In Polk County
processing was done. hence. Birds Eye Division of Gen.
Eloise bought the Snlvely pro. Adams will be running below eral Foods Corp., located In
last capacity this year again In alldepartment Winter Haven, has the dlsUnc.
ceasing plant a ago
) 9I year its this *, but far above the lion of producing the first sale
July, and changed name
of Winotlr last two years. able frozen orange concentratethat
John C. Fosgate
Its frozen orange concentrate was tn 1943-and thereby
Park, veteran
Jr. production exceeded five million launching the biggest revolutionIn
president John A. Snivel, ,
gallons before the freeze, but citrus history, which trans.formed
son of the founder, 1* vice pres.Ident.
Dr. James T. Griffiths of will be down this year, u will citrus from a prosper. SINCE 1913Yes
Winter Haven Is secretary and Its Juice, sections and by-prod ous adjunct of Florida's agri.
general manager Many of the ucts Adams production.Packing Association culture to a gigantic S2 bllUonIndu.tl1
Snivel executives have stayedIn
C key positions In the new op. operations date back to 1927, Its operation headed by A.
eratlon when a small group of grow. A, Lang Jr., central manager,
Q went Into the marketing of
Next In size, and close behind ers Birds Eye Division normally
fresh fruit under the Adams
produces 100 million cans of
the Carder, operation
/ brand. A Juice plant was added concentrate etch year, which It
, "'. WINGS Is Adams Packing in 1940, seoUwlzlng .and by. packages in aluminum cans ratio
while two other
In Auburndale, we are proud to be a part of Winter Haven, Helping to build our

city for 51 years. We thank you, our customers, for our success. It',

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I'\, Color Movie Filmed In Winter Haven Telephone Exchange Here Shows Remarkable Growth I

Listed among the economic conversation was completed and General Telephone Company on hoes to match any modern justabl telephone, the cradle
Distributed Development CommissionThe Indicator of say community are the person talking was reedy to Avenue B and Second St. NW, decor. phone, the desk phone or YOU
portal receipts, bank .. .- ring offToday. reveals a dacBlinc display of You can take your choice ."r can even still have a Wall phone i
menu and the number of telephone a visit to the office of models in pastel or brilliant models today too the ad. t tf you prefer

louse.Using _.
stow opens with a song from the Cypress Gardens -- -
A pig some five million pea photography crew, although if s the latter as a yardstick -
ple will beer doling the next nevertheless a fact that most Winter Haven present-
ly at an all-time peak In an I
year.-ind a good many of them of the footage is his
economic growth story that
will probably remember
Filming took over a year. Ev. started back In 1902. At that
You may be seeing them rfII
erythlng is In it, almost. First, time there was reportedly one
Because the show Is the 13'/j
minute color movie filmed In 7JOHN< Cypress: Gardens and the Cltyof party-line pay elation In the
100 Lakes from the air. the
as seen community operated through
Winter Haven which is now be.
Then the Florida Citrus Expos Bar tow exchange.
Leg distributed by the Florida
Development Commission to Hon parade, and citrus groves Today almost 19,500 phonesare
television stations around the near harvest time, ablaze with In operation on the Winter
country golden oranges Haven exchange.
When Auburndale and Polk
The commission is responsl.ble Then a quick tour of the city
Into the local
City were brought
for the of
estimate five mil. -Its prize architecture betuti.
exchange last spring, 3,193 new
lion viewers, which It term. a flu churches, fine homes,motelsthe
phones wer.added.Winter Haven -
conservative figureAmong ( tourists will be Interested
Itself has 18,354 phones,
the five million will in these the the
), golf.courses,
almost 2,500 more than two
doubtless be many who will echo beaches with water sports In
another viewer's reaction when Progress, shuffleboarders going years ago. That's a 15 per cent T i
he saw It. strong, the Imperial Polk Char.
"Gee, I'd like to spend the Ity Horse Show tennis, skeet This community has thelarre.t
rest of my life In that town. football-and oh yes -fishing.What number of lelephoneeofashy
Isn't It beautiful he said 1m. a 11.hlnr-two huge bass on city In Polk County except
pulslvely as the last colors of one hook, which DllUn Lakeland.
DILLIN swearsis : I Ia
Beautiful Cypress Gardens anda authentic. "There has been tremendous .:
of service In the
Temptor growth phone
brace of Aquamalds died
away There are shots, too, of near. ___
past six Johnson
months Roger
from the screen.: by points of Interest-the pnos.
The fellow talking was Mayor corded when this musical group phate Industry, the Bok Singing new manger of the local J. a y
Richard Dantzler actually taken was In Winter Haven some time Tower the Great Masterpiece phone company said. "In tact, { IlfTwa
aback by the beauty of the film. ago There Is quite a bit of footage there was as much growth In
If s likely to do the same for Its punch line Is a dandy devoted to Cypress Gardens and the first six month of this year a. a ra
a lot of those five million,who'll "Summer Spends the WinterIn its water show and girls. The as had been predicted for the
be tempted to pack up and come Winter Haven, Florida." Slocum Water Gardens are entire year. L
> "I think this has been due
on down. Then Winter Haven passes In shown. The famed Howell GlassBlowers
The song, called "Winter Ha. review. mainly to two things: the county -
yen," was originally written for Producer, director, writer, And the closing moments-the going wet, and the junior college *
the Century In the Sun Center cameraman and chief cook and "Winter Haven Song"again And ," Johnson said. TELEPHONE BUILDING IS BURSTING AT THE SEAMS
nlel at Bartow a few years ago. bottle washer for the productionis those tantalizing come hither Following the history of that Nearly 20,000 Local Phones Are Now Connected to Its Switchboard I
Itto sung on the film soundtrack John Dtllln director of the words again: first party-line, observers note .
by a group of students from Pur. Winter Haven News Bureau DU. "Summer Spends the Winter two lines were placed In serviceIn
due University, having been re. lie quickly cites the help he got In Winter Haven, Florida" the area In 1904. II .1
In 1918 C.M.N. Eycleshlmer,
owner and operator of the Lake
!' Region Telephone Company 1Ue7'tade
r published a small eight page 4'1
directory listing 359 telephonesfor
Winter Haven, 20 for Au
burndale, seven In Lake Alfred
and four In Waverly.
Several hundred subscriberswere
added In the next few years tr
and during the boom of the ZO'i
the number of subscribers had
climbed to 1,250. The companyhad
been sold to the Peninsular

Telephone Company In 1917 and WlMKHAVtN tP
old records show the depressionthat 36 HOMES
followed the boom cut sub

scribers back to 1,112. It was SOLD THIS YEAR
not unlit 1935 as the country
began to work Its way out of the
big depression years that the
Winter Haven Exchange recovered -

:: slowdown.At from. the general economic

the end of World Warn,the
: w list of subscribers had grown r *
to 2,500 despite shortage in
equipment and manpower during
the war years which held
growth to a minimum.The .
greatest period of growthwas
experienced In the 15 years
from 1945 to 1960. At the end
Of 1960 listings totaled 11,425.
In 1956 Winter Haven Lake
Alfred and Auburndale all began
Their Owners Will Rsce If There's a Breath of Air the following year the Peninsular
Company became apartof ..sew .w.
General Telephone Companyof .1 _I
J. II/lId. O. C. Stanley was District r: -
.t' Pn'I R 'I' Commercial Manager In Winter
0o. c\ I ll() i ofcO Haven from 1922 until his

. Jolla Ilood FNTZ retirement earlier this year. f. r Uj ,.,
As the number of telephonesIn ; f -Y

homes have Increased, so
have the services offered subscribers .
as well as appearanceof
the telephone Itself.In .
early years there was only ... .,..our-.I N I-
PresentsLA)1(1&OO3D. one model offered. It consistedof
a box that hung on the wall
with a mouthpiece to speak into,
a receiver that rested caught up *
In a hook on the side of the boxon -' *
] the other side of the box Y ,rn, 9
] )[
[ was a crank. This was turnedto _
ring for the operator to whom
w you gave your number, and It _
was "cranked" acaln when the

"Winter Haven's Community of Distinction"If
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11th DistrictIs .. :>( II


Big Farm ; _' .t..

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fir 4 tit R F Money RegionFlorida's 7)< --

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llth Congressional .
h District is one of the biggest

farm money regions in t ecoun. '. .. ,
try, it was revealed in a recent ".
study by the U. 8. Census Bu. -- -

ipC reau.With Polk County's big citrus

production at the center of Its SUN ACRES .
economics, the central Florida
If Where You Live Is Important, The Right area produces an annual revenue WHERE YOU CAN TRADE YOUR PRESENT HOME FOR A MODERN ROOMY,

Address In Winter Haven Is. Lakewood. of fourth$155,300,000 of the agricultural- nearly wealthof one LOW-UPKEEP HOME WITH PLENTY OF ROOM ON URGE LOTS.

the entire state.
I Situated on the east shore of beautiful Lake Otit The llth District of Florida

enjoying the added seclusion of the shining watersof ranks 52nd in the entire nation 4 All Homes in Sun Acres
Lake Link and Lake Merion this unique community as a producer of agricultural LOTS in Unit No.

U the beauty spot of Winter Haven Swimming, boat wealth. What makes this Inter
ing, water skiing, fishing-these will be a way of life estlng Is the fact that only II,. ISOLD ON 1ST CO Ml. 1ST StITIO lUlU Feature QualityBuilding
for the fortunate one living In this delightful tpot. 553 persons live on the farms ONLY $495.00
This is Winter Haven's First Really Privets Commu. that produce that wealth. Materials

nity. Rigid restrictions such as underground wiring Citrus of agriculture production in, this the area mainstay ,

1 underground refute receptacles and other will secure has become so mechanized that $ coo $$1:00ftj fromVILLA

your investment and guarantee the constantly increasing fewer workers art needed than

value* of your home In many. other types of agrlcul.ture. DOWN I/ M th LUMBER

In direct comparison, Flo.
rtda's Ninth District has 2V
628 farm workers, but produces
New OfficesWe only one third as much agricultural
products as this dls. lllr *

trlct. Uwme I lM4 >i..&l C..Meet.r MM M, W. H. herd.4 I.eI/M
are now located in our new This llth FlortdaDtslrictpra 110 Lake Silver Drive. NJ. P *M CY 2.1431SUN
dunes more agricultural money
offices for your convenience.Won't than 10 entire states:Massachu.

SOON. sets, Wyoming, Utah, West Vlrwginla. Located 4 Miles West of
you STOP IN Hawaii,, Alaska: Vermont,
Connecticut, Nevada, or Rhode

New Location Island.Our $155,300,000 was prodUce ACRES Winter Haven on Old Lakeland Rd.

ed by 3,634 commercial farm (STATX ROAD $42)
J 409 East Central Avenue CY 3.2517 or CY 3-9338 units, or an average of $42,730
per farm.

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