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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: December 22, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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S4 N, 'z WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA( TljDA| > IUCEMBER l 22 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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GAlE MAZZA OF ITALY AND IUD COSTELLO OF WINTER HAVEN Three persons wets killed

Maiz returns to study *t th* University of South Florid. tsTi ? and two badly Injured In the
(UFO Amid arising crash of a car and a i.mi,
$rery ee Pete I wave of anti-American. trailer truck at the junction

Ism, President Dtosdado Marapagal of Hwy, 27 and Central Av.

conferred today) with UA Just went ol Lake Wales, alI
On Ambassador William M, Blair, 30 dork this
Honor Rector Addition morning
$70,000 Jr. and the Philippine cabinet

over recent Incidents al Amen- Thrtr people In the tar

can military bases were dead on arrival at Lake
Angry' reactions were touched Wales Hospital
At St. Paul's Health fljA5ef off, including militant editorialsIn
Manila by Tit Injured were members,
the some shooting of two newspapers Filipino In. WINNERS IN HOME LIGHTING-Tom Daniel' right, chairman of the JeyceeiChrlitmai a I of the construction crew works

traders by sentries at two V.S. LloMing project this year, congregates. the home owners whoi decoration lag on the four.Unlng of Hwy
.
On AnniversaryThe The Polk County Commission plans, and they are approvedby bases won prizes, hewn with their prim, In the order In which they stood In the fudging I 17 Ju.t southesit of the intersection .

moved ahead today with the state.Commissioners. The furor Intensified when the starting next to Daniel and reading from right i to left) F H Simmer S. J. Cunditf, Mn. ,

plans for a fTO.ooo addition to received V& Embassy said two Filipinoshad W. E. Burchett. M,.. Robert Paullin, George McConkey end L E Trickle They were hit by the wreckage !
Rev. Cyril N. Sturrup, the County Health Department only one bid for county citrus lobbed an overage Japan as careened off the
rector of St. Paul' Episcopal headquarters In Winter Ha fruit. Pasco Packing ('0. offered ese mortar shell Into the yard highway after the crash

Church tor 22 years,celebratedthe ven. prices of $US per box of a school for 400 American The rest of the crew scrambled
25th anniversary of has Ordination The state will provide 35 per for oranges on the tree and children near Clark Air Forre Gifts Awarded Local Man EscapesJaiSecond I I out of the way In time

to the priesthood In tent of the total cost of the 90 cents per box for grapefruit Base The shell did not explode.It The driver of the truck was
service Sunday with many visiting project through Hill Burton on the tree Both will be was charged in some quar unhurt Doth the Injured! men

clergyman participating.The funds and the county will pay used for concentrating. They tern that Blair had concocted a Winners Of were reported to be In serious

Rt. Rev. Henry LLouttlt, the other 63 per cent. said they could not bid on "false Incident" In the purported / condition at the Lake Wales

D. D., Bishop of the Dioceseof Commissioners read a let seedless oranges because the bombing to counter reactionto Time In MontiRobert 1 110.pit al.Th.y .
South Florida delivered the dale too In tho slaying of the two Filipinos. Identified
ter today approving an appropriation picking was early were at
sermon during the Pontifical of $24.500 from the the season. ContestAwards lames Bradley, age unknown

Choral Eucharist. state This is based on an estimated Commissioners also received for Macapagal 20 minutes met at the with presidential Blair Lights Gilbert May 21, ol encupf oi.<.urretl Not 20. IIWUH e and David McDonald 21. both

Other clergymen participating $70.000 coit If the bid. on a w.lk.lo type palace. A palace announce' Winter haven, awaiting trial wrving a 20 year set I' of Plant City Doth are N.

In the service Included the cost Is higher It Is probablethat van to be used by the tax assessor meat said that Blair had sub.mitted were made to the on three armed rubbery charges li>n-. fur armed robbery groes
Rev. Canon Richard I. Brown, more money can be obtained for field work, This a report on the incident Winner and runners-up In the bulled to freedom last Chief Criminal' InveitUatcKU ,r The driver vt the truck, officials
rector of the Church of Good up to 33 per cent of van will be used to carry records and promised to supply further Jaycee Christmas Lighting night when he I tripped a latchon : DeReus of the Sheriff g said was Ronald Ernest
Shepherd of Lake Wales and the total, according to Com and can be used as a information Contest led night at ceremoniesIn a dour In the I'ulk County Department laid May and sin'. Stossel. 30 of West Palm
Chaplain to the Bishop;The Rev. mlsilon Chairman Wilmer Me field unit for filing homestead Foreign Secretary' Mauro the clubhouse Jail In D.rt".hll.. he "was oat l other prisoner werhniunht C Bvarh
C. Lee Cllbertson, curate at St. Cutcheon. exemption Mendea was reported to have Tom Daniel war chairmanOf suppuftvd lo !be making t trie. down from their cell I The names of the fatal vii

Paul's Church; the Very Rev. McCutcheon said that the sent Macapagtl a memorandum this year' contest, which call.Yesterday's abut T :30 p m to make tell,. llm. were not released r'nd.
Clifton H. White, rector of All addition will expand all phases asking that the United State' he called most successful, and pats escape rim phone call Placed In eat e ing not If to at Ion of next 0
Saints' Church of Lakeland and N to let PMlt) >JItn.'tioI&rlt> .lie. the There were Iwo men snot an
umd tf. acknowledged Jayce** when hi turn the phon II
of the health after use
Lakeland department. Generals YieldIn only a month and day
Dean of the DII".r"Jthe ? try the American eervkememinvolved. thank "to all the resident wom.n.1lder"\ ,
flaw I Iwhat
Including .sanitation nursing May gut from a prison came, May found a
Rev Charles H. Hay, assistant who helped brighten Winter Haven away Trouper E. J Hutches: of
All Saint's Church of services, and preventive medicine D. Cole at rr guard on a slate ro. Airman IJC. Larry and promote the Christ- the Highway'
Winter Park and the Rev.Joseph Marshall M kh., has been mss spirit.! work 'IRIIIII'.r Ilushnell That proof char that could only b< was the first officer on the
C. Drawdy, curate of St. Construction can probablybe Viet Nam charged with unpremeditatedmurder Winner of the first three opened by pushing a button 01 n scene and Wit In charge of
George's Church In Sarasota, started In about six the other aide.
in the fatal shooting of places were given gold engraved the InvestigationAccording ,
both former assistants at St. months McCutcheon laid after Rogello Balactas In side t gun Wht! >n plated In the cage
plaque provided by the to his report to
SAIGON, South Viet Kam Clues Are Few ,.
Paul' Church, and the Rev. My Hipped a comb or alms
architect Gene Clark Field
Thompsonof (UPI!) South Viet Nam's n.ry range at on Jaycees and electric buffetwarmers troop headquarters in Lakeland
David Kennedy, curate of AU Winter Haven finishes lar ubjwl between the latch
the Nov. 16
toung generals who dissolve presented by Tampa i the car, Identified at the
Saints' Church of Lakeland. Oonca then pushed the door open am
A Filipino fisherman Electric Co. '
the High National Council Sun. scene as from Plnellss < ownty -
Also present were the Rev. da) and arrested 22 politicians lu Vllledn was shot Dec 11 b)' They were, In order; F. H. in Holdup ran through another door theM I through Us license plate
Herbert E. Beck, rector, and Citrus Shipping appeared today to have yielded Marine sentries within restrict. Simmer of 111 Lake Howard Big to the eutiid ... a Chrysler four-door sedan
the Rev. ThomasB.Smytheassociate in the face of strong American (Continued On Pate I, Pol 2) Drive, SW; I. J. Cundiff of 12 UeKfUi said book In Deput), traveling east on Central
of St.Alban's Church In S. Lake Howard Drive and > W t. i artvr made a lung<,
Holiday Begins pi eaur e.Although. ) PATFRSON, M.J. (fUri -| o. The ear went through the
Auburndale; the Rev. PomeroyH. W. E. Durchett Jr. of Ill pled !
lire today had little more th.na
(Coatioued On Pig I, Col. tIOHIT ) stop sign at the Intersection.
Hartman associate of St.
there
At MidnightThe was no official Defense Heads mont Drive iC. bundle of clothing and the
Paul's Church; the Rev. James confirmation reliable sources fourth, fifth and sixth place description of an automobile: to (Continued On Page I. Cut: l 4))

R. Blackwood, pastor of First said Prim. Minister Tran Van winners got,respectively,electric lead them to three gunmen who
Presbyterian Church, and Dr. annual eight-day citrus Huong hu Informed families of fry pan electric can opener ambushed bank! truck! at a
FR\1rr .m'WUT
Robert B. Hamilton, former shipping holiday begins tomorrow the arrested legislators to ... ,
and electric knife sharpener, church rectory and escaped w m,
of First morning at 12:01: topreventa Meet With LBJ Dally earloadingt (in boxes)
pastor Church. Presbyterlat market glut. pert their release as early as all donated by Tamp Electric with 1514,000 In one of Amerl. from the fruit and Vegetable
Wednesday Robert PuUln,1545 rl. hflt robberies,
They warn u'
Inspection Dlvlaloni
The holiday was voted by Industry -
Music for the Eucharist by These sources said the release rUth It.,SE Geure McConkey, The llalloween.maked hold ,
JOHNSON .. )
members of the ted.ralmark.llne crrv, T. (U'PD By rail, /40,407grapefruit.
Paul Callavay was presentedby
of the High National Coun IOU Blltmor Drive, NW| and upmvn handcuffed four Roman
-President
agreement committees Johnson today gave '14 oranges, 17,243 tangerines,
the Choirs of St. Paul'sChurch cillors would mean. that i finalcompromise L. D. Trickle 141 Lake Roy Catholic and xton
priest a **
leader
under the direction of and will continue until has been the nation' military a 1,111 temples, 117 murcoMS) bv
workedout
Mlllard Walker and 12:01 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 31. chance to make a last land in Drive. and then waited calmly for the boat, 10V grapefruit, Itlorang**
organist between" the South Vietnamese
Its purpose is to keep shipments defense of spending for tt.m.1Ie Those who were given honor bank truck to come Monday 24 tangerines) by truck, 44,'eo
cholr-maittrj, Jlmmle Evans, from the market during government, the AmericanImbillY might cut from neat year'sMtdget. able mention, and whoa displays morning for the parish's !III"". grapefruit, 11.117 oranges, Ii,,
trumpeter, and Mrs. [dwlDB.asl.y and the lurk"generals.
the post-Christmas down ),0IIfII Daniel said were worth dsy offering. They disarmed 017 tangerines, 10,111 temples,
violinist while visiting, were as follow and bound the guard sad, po*.
Ushers were Charles X.BaI- and to give the heavy pre- American Ambassador Max Defense Secretary Robert I.McNsmara 4,444 murrottsj, Mid Inef
four, Jack C.Allen,Frank Sparrow Christmas totals time to be well D. Taylor was reported and members of the (Continued On Page i, t'ol. t) Ibly assisted r orate, loaded the loot Into h '
utilized. Joint Chief of Staff were Joe tangerines, ll,90 temples
:
R. R. Mays Lid BertramW earlier to have told the Souls walling ear and fled within 20
Mheduled to meet with JutawMit 1,001 mureott for t shipping
Most area fresh fruit packinghouses
Hart Jr.
Vietnamese, including the
closed down today .. general the LBJ Ranch for a final No Frost minute total of 111,111 boxes,
A reception was given In the *, thai the ".I. would suspend The only Injury wa bruised
some of them all day, some after lank" at military. Hem to be inEliKhxl Cannery receipts, 101,144grapefruit
church parlors by the Eptsopal aid unless the council was ankle received" by one of the ..
packing tor a couple of hours in the fiscal laid budgetJotnuea LAMTLAND ITD-The mor. p ,,_'''' ll,147oranges,
Church women with Mrs. M. E.Schoenthsir to meet orders. The biggest- reinstated will send Congress.....tm" sing temperature bulletin from g ws when he wee o..rpow.redCC.etillutd Its tangerines. for a canner,

arrangements.Jr. In charge of Cypress Gardens Citrus Prod UJI.As attitude evidence, Tailor of this held strong no Lakeland Weather Bureaus. On Pegs I, Cal! 3)) O. MAY total of "e.,,. Bowes

The defense "kwlget, which. I I. forecast for peninsular Flo.
Sparrow, senior warden and ucts, formerly Snlvely, operated meetings at all with any Viet.
for two hours, closing downat running this year at '4t.. billion rid for tonight and Vkedne*.
(Continued On Page 8, CoL () a a.nu (Continued On Page S Col 4) I constitutemore than half dan
X overall government spendin Partly cloudy except for eon. Polk College Officials Get

'. McNamar announced last ad.rabl.log and low cloudiness
month that he expects lo re Late tonight and Wednesday
rata below the HO MlIMm mark morning No Important change

UI fats proposals for the new fls- I* temperature Lowest temp Ideas At Dade School
;al.ear, which. starts next raiwe ranging from near M Many
Jill> I, northern district to near 10souther

district.
TodsJs; session offered Me. Future* temperature outlooki. Bv. EO stMO1Y. ... 'litJ1
Kai'iara and the military ekideCostlnued Little ehu,.. No front dan. Staff Writer- I t''\ In.tr ,

( OB Page I, Col!, I) ger through rrWl,. K v..w", I '" ,
Miami Dade Junior College t'f< r 'k
was designed tor IWO student
and opened with over 1,000.

Worst Floods In Years The main- cUstrOum Uiree-siofy bulldin administration as aSTUDYING


r war designed tut tampus with !
I lot of beavtlfuJ tree but ended -
Sweep Along Pacific Coast up on a deserted air but r
with _bill( but" conret rwwsy

*.
By Bolted: Press knernatlonalDrocning Sinking ono barge and. <*,.1111\< U 04* lads nuib reason

ram and gale another to expeet thai the plod would
I cattot the worst floods Myesr Log flossed' ove t a main high kve a lot d protJl_*. oo.-
along the Pacific Cot wdax.Enttre wax Mar Coo Hey. Ore. T b e slder out aids rear, its tecond,
I ,.*rrt* were *vac..*te4A4 water reined home awl rioeediMMkorow Mlsinl-Dsyie 1* larger tMuflorid >

>>c:see were swept away to ro4 StaleUnlvetlty, and rival
ClIo oaf,, :1 water. The torm wa MamM or *t v
the Valverslry ol Florida to
Re*.4eot4 Caltfonia'i Eel leut two deaths tel Oregon a*
enroHaMntThis
Boer .anM said fee deluge wMtet4 flint fyll day eote wa worse thao the duatre fry of rain and wads. ">u* Itinerary of a group from poU
floods x7 l"% Nsndrede off am. with heavy HOW lit renrraJWaHiAtae
Owl. Meted eight Janloreotleg
County .
.
,
Wet* were ovacMted free IM ) nd the hors, CMc .
ares Owe low .** tawtor five ** nag Rocky ......... e* and ono senior iMtlkv
tJotj .ideas on what
reoendy toget
RECTOR HONORED-Tk. Rev. Cyril N. Stwntp .! St. ,...... Episcopal l Church wee feet ef maser flood water The ria rode W aiUeaoJumrwind I* do ... and who lOt to do .. ... .
honored on Sunday during the 2Sth amtrverMry of hit clill.ti.t.! o the prieithoed of chewed. upportiog earth frorr off fro ocean IMo nortfc- .We deelc&lag the *.w Falk ......
the Episcopal Owed .by o number. *| Central, Flotich clergymen roct".eI ere from left the roots GI the c*""yo/* famed era CaltfvrM M4Or*w.Mi 1fway Jwtlor College cacnou* !IA *!>.
tt the ttt awl koe o*
and *
the Rev, Joseph 6. Drwdy, former 'i i.t'*t; the ... Ta......t I. Smythe, the Rev. C. gluts teoo.d were treee tikely to many bple. Cioo4 4 were by runaway tvH river" ler Haven.iMtuded. -..- "' .

lee Gtlbertio. the Rev Pomerey H. H."", .., the Rev. James R. lUcawood. the Rev. Gals wklpt.4 .the Cotwnbl The duwnprnu' *J..Wed MgIrouU fas the group wend

ft Sh,,,..,. the .... Herbert E. leek, the Rt. Rev Henry I. U.HJt.; D-D., lithop. *4 HeOJ River Into wave which pastier *"alone the Eel Salver M a/cMlecU. BraiKM Brtgltl aad MIAMI DADE MASTER FUH-Mimtfretidetf
;. ef So.tfc FloridHie Rev. Cyril H. Stone, the a... C.n.. Richer; L trow Dr. Astoria ., nm Caltfornia.Tt E. ... StraMgtatJenior College:
Robert. .. Hamilton, the Very Rev CCrto H. White; the Rev. auld c. Kennedy( end1;;;J the Mowt .. .... at rallroo4coUapsiag river wa tanning P, fee
Fred
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Rev, Ckoriei H. H.,. track, wo duck, (CeeiUaued OIl Pg I, Lot Ii ( : 0. Psg .. Ci l> Lenfeitey.tIniven1





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Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA TIfI pjay! < Decgfnber> 22 V 4


Grace Lutheran Refuse Pickup And National I Join send.Local, 7 night lof when the ILA men,1 St"I'1 1>**rs, (,1 i

)The Weather--Local, State Negotiators work at Manhattan's Pier ',-'
Changes MadeAt The walkout spread to "tttr';
piers In Manhattan, 8rrokldialers

Plans Special Lake AlfredLake SF) 3O Dock Strike Talks Wand and Newark, \.JAn n:

ILA vice
Alfred schedules for refuse 10 presMerit, A'
collection will change this 3G tbooy Seotto, called 'the :v, ,

Yule Services week because of Christmas. 1 : li Sl 7t. A' ,5ow GALVESTON, Tex (UPI) Friday to a SO-day extension of York walkouts "unauth..r Ir,,
'. and In complete defiance ,
,
Collections normally made on M: IA ( An assistant secretary of labor the old contract so that talks '" "e
A: J .
Thursday will be made on Wednesday was ordered to Join deadlocked could continue with the New leadership He said the i 11 i.
Traditional Christmas services and those normally negotiations between shippersand Orleans Steamship Associa cat move "makes no sense, ,,I'J j
will be held at Grace Lutheran road on Friday will be on ir, L ;.aXe X longshoremen's union IIIII.r. lion only serve to weaken the i- s,
Church this week with the Thwrtttay.The SD .Jk.X, today to prevent a threat The New York strike began lion ot the union."

annual children's service same schedule will be L r : ; *: :.: x x.x.x said dock strike that could tie --- -..... -- -..--- -- .
followed next week because of .Y koIa ..
scheduled for 7 p.m.Christmas up the nation' Gulf and Allan 'W'\'d
New Year's.
Eve.
tic seaports.
More than 100 children win James J. Reynold wa* meet. ,
participate in the Christmas '" JI :!.II II! N .nAil : w.. Ing with both sides to dUcour. ft You'll find Fremacs labels

pageant and presentation of the ; HOSPITAL i sO age a Gulf Coast walkout by the
Christmas hymns International Longshoreman's
A candlelight service honor- I'I'I Association (ILA). i in his Top Drawer |J
Ing the birth of Christ will beheld I NEWS The meeting was scheduledfor
at 11 p.m. with the Rev : If 2 p.m., EST.
August Bernthal, pastor, delivering \ o Union leader say that If the
the sermon. MONDAY'S ADMISSIONS Gulf Coast local strike, the At. p !
The annual Christmas festival Winter Haven ep 9Q< o 80 Untie locals would be obliged man's wardrobe there are
will be presented Christmas Mailer John Skipper, Master to Join the walkout. M In every
morning at 1030, the Rev. Ronald Skipper. Mrs. D. MNM SNOW 7)X Dissatisfied dockworkers tied U favorite shirts or ties or suits 0
Mr. Bernthal said. P. Massey, N. C. Bach, Mrs. ,... up half of the port of New York
In the final service In the Lillian Bennett, Donald Cur- lOt,D 't.z X X Monday In defiance of union & and such, and these are the things J
Advent season, the pastor quot- by, Willard R. Wike. Fred L. fJ.URifil, .IJ.J. '1 leaders back.to.work pledges. ft
ed from the message of St. Smith, Mrs. Antonine Gin- About 1,000 longshoremen In he reaches for first.
Paul to the Phllllplans: 'De RAIN AND SNOW -- Drenching rains lashed the Pacific coast today while fresh snow piled Baltimore simultaneously re. 6 2ff
light find strom, Edward Daniels, Homer knee deep In the Rockies. The rain rode BO-mtle an hour winds off the ocean Into northern California 0g
yourselves; yes, your fused to handle any but mill.
joy In him at all times and W. Peavler, Mrs. E. T. and Oregon. Snow also fell In the Northern Plateau, the Great Lakes region and In the tary cargoes.A That's where you'll find Fremacs jj j
never forget the nearness of Daniel, Mrs. Rose Kephart, extreme New England state. Showers are forecast for the south central states. Fair and fairly end.
Taft-Hartley Injunction
your lord. Andrew J. Atkinson, Cecil De- warm Is predicted for the rest of the nation. .ell. .t mldnlght Sunday'_ ?j labels right on top of the stack. Qj f
Berry. Mrs Bradford E. Buillngton -
"Do not bor.t"'r7'W: Willard
worry over anything {
whatever; tell God every detailof Ned Speck, Ralph LOCAL OUTLOOK Local Woman Wlrts announced the move by ;
your needs In earnest and Chambers, Mrs Betty J. Al- Church Of God Reynolds In a White House j For good reason. A Fremacs garment
thankful prayer, and the peace corn Mrs John S. Black. Partly cloudy through tomorrow Wins Prize In briefing Monday at President i $
of God, which transcends human High today In the 70's. Johnson's LBJ Ranch at John. ,ft makes the wearer feel good. It fits,
understanding, will keep constant AuburadaleMaster Low tonight 55 to 62. Variable Word ContestA ton City, Tex. 1
guard over your hearts Frederick Cooper, winds 8 to 15 miles per hour, Presents FilmThe Wirtz said Johnson "Is vital.ly Miss Kelly Cooper, Mrs. F. T. Winter Haven woman won
and minds as they rest In Jesus Interested In seeing that a
I
Christ." Trevlno Mrs Donald Jean second place In a Florlda-wlde settlement at the docks can be jj planned that way
In his sermon, entitled "The Hobbs, Robert Fordham. Florida Zones film, "The Birth of contest conducted by Grant's.She carried through to a successful '
Son of Righteousness," and using Christ," will be presented to. Is Jane Selfert of 911 conclusion" J rf C
as a text the first three Eagle Lake PANHANDLE morrow night at 7:30 as a part Oleander Drive, SE. Her price South Atlantic and Gulf Coast {0 It's all part of the Fremacs TLC program ft
Master Kenny Abshire. of the Christmas program of was a $35 credit coupon bookat
verses from the fourth chapter locals were dissatisfied with the r *
of Malachi, the Rev. Mr. Bern- Mostly cloudy and mild today the Church of God, Ave E and Grant's. First prize, a portable terms the ILA' North Atlantic j (tender, loving care). If you're not

thai declared "Just as there Is Detrol&Flo'd Scattered, tonight and Wednesday. Seventh St., the Rev Ray Prln. TV, was won by Ward local accepted last Wednesday familiar with it, try it I Especially at $
rain
light today.Somenight of Dunedin
William
only one sun In the sky, so Is M. Haystead.Lake gle announced In New York. The New York J 11
time and pastor, today.
there only one true light, the early morning The contest was based on the contract Included 80 cents an | this time of gift-giving. fta
Son of Righteousness Alfred fog High today In the 60', A S0.volce choir will sing words "Grant's Bradford Appliances. hour In wages and benefit .
"Nothing In the heavens can Miss Elizabeth Freeman, low tonight 41 \to 58. Variable "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing," ." Contestants listed a* spread over the four.year life j
Mrs. Lorena Beule wind 8 to 16 miles per hour and word as they could from
many
be '
compared with the sun, man and "Joy to the World," and of the pact.
mostly cloudy weather today, the letter. The winner made
cannot look at Its brilliancewith The Gulf and South Atlantic J J
Lake Hamilton tonight and Wednesday will Join the congregation In 0,527 words and the Winter Ha-
the naked and
eye-and in all locals want an 86.cent raise 1 J
Marshall Dunbar. singing- other favorite carols. venite's total was 8,425.Grant's ,
history no one has ever been refuse to go along with the
able to touch, or stand next to NORTH The Rev Mr. Prlngle will give said that the contestant devoted North Atlantic District's agree j
Jesus of Nazareth lie Is greater MONDAY'S DISMISSALS a Christmas meditation "The four to five hour allay for three ment to cut the 20-man work ,
Wed weeks and 10 hours the
Partly cloudy through a day last i
than all other men. Winter Haven gang to 17.Npickets.
"Take Jesus out of the world nesday. Warmer with high today Meaning of Christmas," week to compile their lists walked Monday \
Henry Dice, Ralph Cham 65 to 70, low tonight 48 to 59. NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER
.
and you have moral decay, despondency at the Houston or Galveston
ben, Mrs. Thomas J. Dykes
and the spiritualand and Infant son, JlmmleEcholi Variable winds 8 to 15 mile York Stock docks, but many longshoremen j Winter Havana No. 1 Shopping Center
per hour. \New Report\ '
physical death of the peo Matter Michael __ stayed home. At New Orleans,
ple. Compare the civilizationsof stevedores reported for work, J
Evans M, Fullerton. ,
nations with Christ, with George CENTRAL NEW YORK (UPI) Midday JohnsnManvllIe 85 even though their new ontract ]
those nations where no Influence Lillian Gilbert Mrs. Roger B. stock prlt'ltilAlabama Kennecott Copper 92 has not been signed. ,
of Christ Is felt Show mea Green and Infant son, Matter Partly cloudy through Wed- Gas 35ft Kopper Co. 54 Locals In New Orleans agreed i I
nation where Christ Is known David Lanier Mrs. Emma nesday. High today In 70's, low American Can Co 42% Kroger Co 331 i
and I'll show you a nation where Wehlln,. tonight 55 to 62. Variable wind American Motors UUi Lockheed Aircraft 37' ,L
churches and schools and hospitals 8 to 15 miles per hour. American T & T 67 Lorlllard Tobacco 42'' .
exist In nations where Auburndale American Tobacco 32>/t Louisville L Nashville 74%
the Influence of Christ Is unknown Jewel Adams, Vernon Al- SOUTH Anaconda Copper 54V. Middle South Utilities 49 .
you will find sin, moral lord, Mrs Walter F. Duke sod Atlantic Coast Line 67 Monsanto Chemical 85% 1 1 1r.
decay and death. Infant son, George Hooper, Partly cloudy through Wed Babcock li Wilcox 351 I Montgomery Ward 40
"And what Christ does for Mrs. Jerry G. Wells and infant nesday. High today near 80,low Dendhc Corp, 44% National Gypsum 40%
nations He does for Individuals daughter, tonight 60's. Variable mostly Borden Food 82'Vr Paramount Pictures 517/a
," he emphasized.He called north winds 8 to 15 miles per Briggs Manufacturing Co. tIt' Pennsylvania Railroad 37%
attention to "the sun In the Raises City hour. Burlington industries 58 Pepsi Cola Bottling 61% of Winter
.sky Is respected of persons Mn. Texts Carter. Chrysler Corp. 62 Philip Morris 74Vt Haven
for the sun shines on KEYS Coca.Cola Co. 140 Phillips Petroleum 53
all. And even so, the Son of Ft. Myers Beach Colgate-Palmolive Co, GO'' ; Republic Steel 42 M-
righteousness shines on all." Mrs Jerry ,C. Urioleo. Partly cloudy through Wed Cone Mill 22'' i Reynolds Tobacco 39%
nesday. High today near 60, Continental Can 49% Seaboard Air Line t7l,.
low tonight ?O. North and northeast Curtlss Wright 17V. Sear Roebuck 130V;
Cook-out, mom-style winds 9 to 15 miles per <
IIJ, Douglas Aircraft 281.1 i Sim'lair Refining 55%
hour. Dow Chemical 76% Sorony Mobil 90':;
'
( l1 1\ Du Pont 233', i Southern Company 66 Vr /\ HOLIDAY
e I, Eastern Air lines 47% Southern Natural Gas 68
TemperaturesBy Eastman Kodak 137% Southern Railway 58%
:" ". nl.mr.i' : Ford Motor Co 55'' i Sperry Rand 14 ( AOIlooN
By United Pr...International General Electric 92% Standard Oil N.J. 89i
Low High General Motors 97''b Studebaker 81A-
-' ttJ,1\t Albuquerque 27 111 General Telephone 37% Swift i, Co. 86 DRIVING
. Atlanta 37 Cl Georgia Paclfli! Corp. 86'-' Texaco, Inc. 88'/.
Birmingham 41 to Goodrich Rubber 59% Union Carbide Corp. 126
look for I ,the golden I arches. McDonald's t Boston II ZI Goodyear Rubber 45% U.S. Pipe 20

o ''w'. Mh SI A Avo D N W ''N-.* to r-411,y-r" M, .to'< Chicago 32 to Calf Otl Corp 59'' U.S. Rubber 62V
Cleveland n 38Danver Illinois Central S3 U.S. Steel Sl>/{
42 lit Indian Head Mills 1674 Warner Bros. Pictures 17
Detroit 34 International Harvester 767iInterrhemlcal Western Union 30'', i TAKE IT EASY!
JackaonvtUe GO 112 Corp. 48"1 i Westinghouse Air Brake 37V. OBE9All
c2Ial Kansas City U 50 International Nickel 83 'I.. Westinghouse Electric 43\
Los Angeles 110 87 International T It T 59 Woolworth 27
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"' k TUIWS
CENTRAL STORES Miami n 'fa DRIVE SAFELY AND
Miami Beach n 75
I lefore COMPARE'I
I you spend more Twin Cities I 25
[ these Holiday Values. '
,. New Orleans GO 70
,:,,1.'oF.
New York 30 U
Orlando 118 79 WITH CARECOURTESY

LAST MINUTE Phoenix Philadelphia U 42 57 3t

Raleigh It 37
SI. Loafs 27 50
GIFTSfor San Francisco III 83
Seattle sa 41
Tampa n 'l8 ,
every memberin Washington II 37 STOP

w
your family. CITY John T. l
Connor, named to succeed Sec.
retary of Commerce Luther ) (
Wearing Apparel Footwearor Hodges, describing his"baptismof
fire," at a budget cutting

you're puzzled lor a gilt session"It seemed with President to me It Johnson was avery : THE ONLYELECTRIC '

favorable give and take. SHAVER PAYS
GIVE A Of course In these sessions with /
the President, the cabinet mem. UNCONDITIONALLYGUARANTEED ( y. .
CENTRAL STORES Gift Certificate. ber seem to do most of the
giving and he does most of the

tnkIntt< FOR 365 DAYS 4 .'> Be especially I careful lldo your


AGAINST YOU NOT LIKING IT part in preventing hiway slaughter


SHIPWRECKS. during the Christmas holi-
EARTHQUAKES

t d TYPHOONS day. Remember it can hap-
e ,
ACCIDENTAL BREAKAGE _I

TOTAL DESTRUCTION I pen to you. Obey the basic

OFF YOUR WIPE NOT LIKING IT rules of safety.

CIT PilKltS SOFTLY)

SAVINGS REGULAR 7, IW Ascot papa Tate a .tit. Nat If Irl lief tile hade
50 % 'M n. sued I* f* -*, *** ** *
PRICE :: ::: wit iMtom iMttni ** knee case.9xnea .
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. .. SinsSHAU YOU BACK NEXT YEAR!


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Municipal Court



Docket I




HiUUrd Harmon A4dion.raMtag Vergil Frank .....r. running
I nd light forfeited top air. fiad ..0Mdurd .
$10 .band.J B
.w DwtlM BsuHtt ...- Joseph Sturm imprapK cllsr ntfflTleiC
ntog stop sign forfeited )io partly forfeited $2

bond Harold Goe Tipper reck-
Lam Warren Hlaebb ire, lea driving drinking for.
running top tig*, forfeited fed M9 bond.
$M bond.

Charles' Dewitt Bohamon, Rayford M. Troop reckless
speeding fined $10. driving, drtaktag. fined $50
Kenneth M. CoUmghem, .improper
Margaret Dorothy Van Horn
parking forfeited $3
bond following too closely accident,
forfeited p$.
Eddie CnimieU. reckless

driving forfeAed foe bond. Robert Clayton Willman.

Clara Divts no drivers speeding, fined $15 12I
license forfeited MS bond. OPEN 'iil
Lends Turner Jr. Improper Car Owners violation of 2

backing causing an accident, parking ordinince. forfeited
fined $10 or five days in jail $36839.


Libby, forfeited Gore Gibbs.$10 bond.improperstart Willie, fined Smith$50 no or 10 driver'slicense day 9 PM
Willie Nites
Dayton Ham running ii
In Jail; speeding fined $15 or I
stop Sophia sign Elsia forfeited Haromy.$10 bond.Improper 10 days In jail : An urr

pasting, forfeited $10 Cecil Knoonce Bailey IntoxiCation I
I bond. dismissed.E. I II II I
.! James Herbert improper : / I F t l lN I If
parking fined $5. James Boyd gambling. I
Nathan Michael Herbert re forfeited $25 bond. I f \
strlcted driver's license, fined
'
I \
John Bo 'kin, Intoxication
)
$23 or 10 days In jail; reckless
driving\ fined ISO, sus forfeited $25 bond. I
pended. Henry F. Britt, intoxication, I
forfeited $25 bond.
Hattie Hobbs, driving on I
Willard Colston gambling, i
wrong side of road, fined $10
suspended forfeited $25 bond; operating a I

Louie James careless driv gambling establishment for. I
jelled $25 bond.
log forfeited $3 bond.
Clyde Melvin Johnson Jr.. Donald R. Crabtree, intoxication '
reckless driving drinking forfeited $25 bond I A ? ,,.
fined $50.Thomas. Airnton Jack Daniel, dangerous I

f&Jisrd Johnson display of a deadly I TIXTURI.. .
Improper turn fined $5 weapon fined $100; intoxication I
J. D James Jordan no drlv.er' fined $25. SIMON'S
Douglas Nelson Day Jr.. discharging I T'Ii
license, careless driving \ '
I MM SHIRT IDEA
I t
while drinking, failed to appear firearms In the city I ,
limits, fined $5.
I
Robert Linier Krleger run. Herschell CoIUs Duprec t

ning stop sign, fined $10. gambling, fined $25. I 39Pfwn
_
Alan Fenton McKinley Jr., Ralph Edwards, Intoxication I 1 b 'N t V'ki
reckless driving forfeited $50: forfeited $25 bond. I
bond. Willie Sylvester Fox, for \
Jo Anne Wear McRimmon gery; uttering a forged Instru I

speeding dismissed ment; breaking and entering, I 4 r ,, : Maine to California,
Robert L. Miller, no driver's transferred to county jail.J. I e 5nDoplt
license dismissed; improper C. Gibbons, intoxication II JanUen "Crow Country" cardigan '
tag, fined $10.Marlann. iorfeited $25 bond. I ll '4t

C. Pasternak violation Ralph Gissendaner, gambling I M styled for i wine, ng oerfenftanw. "'""""'
parking ordinance, forfeited fined $25. I
$1171.Arthur = Elmer Grlmsley. accessoryto Jacquard patterned you.r .
I, Thomas Pinner expired forgery five counts, dismissed.
driver's license failed Md altov erownock OfrAjfean jW

i to appear. Elijah Hagen, gambling, for.
Timothy Daniel Phillips $eushed" OrionAcrytlc.. .
foiled $25 bond.
It'
I speeding, forfeited $1S bond Edward Heard, petty larceny I ,
James Price, Long Sleeved motel
I' improper tag fined $50: or 10 day. in or buttoned 1 i

,dismissed...James y Thomas.Redding, .jail.Ernest HoUidaw.\ Intoxicf. ," ,tI' 9lna d..p colors 1 UIIi C j; ,
reckless driving fined $50.:
r lion, forfeited $25 bond at !/ ", ; "
suspended; Improper driver'slicense ; .', .:; -- .
forfeited $25 bond.
fins $23. or 10 daysIn fray / I I
jail George Donald Henderson ,, I
.. r ,
Intoxication forfeited $25 t
Hazel Harrison Rex, running jarilzciTAll r '
I red light forfeited $10 bond. ,
I bond. Claud Thomas Jackson, vagrancy

Ronald Richard Rognon not guilty. n
f f speeding forfeited $1J bond. Donald Jenkins assault and Make the winter sports scene In "$CtI-." "i
Christmas Gifts
I Glen Enzer Smith Improper battery dismissed. i
Catherine Jones, intoxication "t' Jent'en'Tyrolaan0ep alt.
exhaust forfeited $10 bond. r '
John Leonard Smith, violation forfeited $25 bond. Purchased at Belle'sBeautifully '
Sleeved wlttll Jack: effort ,
I one-wsy street forfeited Willie Ray Jones possession

f $10 bond. and consuming alcoholic beverage defied with coat.lit..* warmth' he0ft Wrapped ,
Edward E. Snead, violation transferred to county R EE
parking ordinance forfeited 'jail co.tj..et"F TEXTURE..
Jantw eoUt K tho MM
$11.T3. George W. Ktnmore, Intoxication ."'.&"" ........ ...._

--- forfeited $25 bond. shades (it In geld te wtfi! SIASOH'SHIW

e Starts Xmas Day e George Knight, Intodeltlon.dllml.aed. p' SHIRT IDEA
colorful trim' 12.tljanlzcn
"GOODIYE CHARLIE"with
Harold David Letner. Intoxiation. -

Dcbbl. ., Rtviil4i T.sy Curtis \ forfeited $25 bond. vt' tttia mole oppeol the Irodltionol Andover way,
Edward McNeil, gambling _...___. Oifords woven with tubile herringbone' ,
s,..k that lied weed" t....,. forfeited $25 bond.
t.s'.rrew sit k .. J Todillonollh"l"o" ol" Its newest.. Cose 'lit poJnti
yes may *
the .".rtuRlty. Ellis Pierce, Intoxication. long pointed button-down with slight rob
forfeited $25 bond. r.
'TONI HT IS THI NIGHT Elmore Redding, gambling, i
TO OO OUT TO TNI MOVIISICH fined $23.Wesley. 399

Rodgers petty larceny for MENJADEEAST \' '
forfeited $25 bond exhilarating elegance s
Edward Lee Simms Intoxication l lM la

..M Skews fr*. 2 p.M. forfeited $25 bond !
Last Times Today Edward Lavon Smith, Intoxi :
BOUItl PIItlT SHOW. cation, lined $25 or 10 days In i
A* 110 410 *:JO Jail: resisting arrest fined $50 i .I A
or 10 day In jail, possession M t1
of alcohol\ by a minor fined f l(
a P t'r
$25 or 10 day In JaiL f ,,
r
Bruce Southern intoxlca }
lion forfeited $25 bond. '.
Fred WiUard Stldham. miI
nor in possisslon{ and consumIng /
an alcoholic beverage. Jj
transferred to county JaiL
24. 119 SCAM SHOW .
Claude: Stiltner, Intoxication, 11 s ..
.LOOD of DRACUIAA
r;
forfeited $25 bond. 1
110 S JO i:jo Floyd William Sullivan pet f P'l rk ti
ty larceny dismissed. J -r 1o (
WED. sad THURS, eIseavit Matbew Washington, affray. j i .rat

AMNITIt SUDDYAYALON fined $25 or 10 day In Jail. o

r f UNICEuo.HACKETTM Harden Boozer. Intoxication t 'Archdale'sport
fined $25 or 10 day in JaiL J r. <

p1g g gg g, William Allen Brook, agrancy. ,
{ / fined $25 or 10 day in i
shirts
IIa1 OIOR jail. !
'
Merlon Lavern Caster \Ir:

Elvis- PLUS Presley-in in loxtcatnn.JaJLEmmnel fined Cbambncr.$25 or 10 Intoxication day YOUR BEST BUY ALL WAYS I 1\\\\\' % 1 'HIVII .


"ilUE HAWAtr Color fined $25 or 10 day inM Wove cottoA g;" o>'oi''*, .irideKenl MIAJ
BUDDHA BATH SOAP soKd colon, wide.tpo<*4 .tI,..,
HAVEN DALE Clifford C Cnildcrs. intoxtJ' NottIertoII..I A.l4fte/ end e0. loiler.d 99 TUtfTltfYL
The perfect gift for !h,m -u uf ous bath soap withtrie
DRIYI-!N ratio, fined $21 or 10 day In t refreshing Kent of Jade Cjtt th/ee Buddha sap ..he A/tM l. way wirH mwcli onen'>OAto 3 'T ns 'HM'
p.rf.es/y0 KMI oofterns. frwe; 'fo" i
THEATRE Glens | figures' m a handsome, green ana g> ., girt, i.x.iue
Emory resisting sr- II..., Hot iMthet. Come tee tovel
e U t Times Tithe rat fined $50 or 19 days la 3 sw.Mw 01111-01..1: marmau'os '400 S iei S, M t, 399
At t.lt P.M. OWy jail. intoxicate. Bred $21 orIt
AIM IanMis .M day in JaiL
"NIGHT Of Banner Ceotery. atm at* THE IGUANA" assault Intoxication fined $25
with RICHAIO SUtTON or' H day .fa JaiL

AVA 6ARONIKOEIOtAH KISS Jack Ellis Cray. tatexKaUon ONLY 2 MORESHOPPING In Ooubt7. .
SUi LYON and toveetigation. fined $25 or
le day la jaiL
STIVI-COCHtANANNI -- Jane Coin fcrfoxicatjoa. DAYS Give A Belk-lin sey

IAXTH I* Rood $25 or 1. gay to jail
"CAINIVAl STOITTAf Cttoa V Hart Moticatfcw, Gift CertificateT
fined[ $m er U lays to JaiL 'Tl r, CHRISTMAS
Ie T.s1.1..Me"
fM Ills f.M. Jests B. bad vsgrancyined .
i I $a er M day to JaiL jN






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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today's ALL THROUGH''':1 THE NIGHT, HE MEASURED AND MEASUREDI! Letters To The Editor/ Io I IDIer

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I ( '.., .... ".. .
w. ( RYNERSON E"it".'. II"., \ ? .1.

JOHN W RYNtRSON. Assist t* tile PubL.her" couragement, and to the irery.

PuMlthed deilv' leicept Se urdy. > !by the Winter H.".* Commentary .. .... TIlt Editors IIItlre &oard cDlreobta Chief for their excellent hers
Publishing c.- I"... I H4 Ird S ret. NW, Winter Hover;. Ploflde tile Wlltlar Haven MRbr. Mid cover** and assistance III preparing .
wl* to MM easel now on dispUj
jl, ....... ., School Memorial Fund }
6OSHORN *
CHARMS: ** r By PHIL NEW8OM take this opportunity to express throughout DM communit>. With

JACK ItAHAN ..... ... Mi .,, Wl Foreign News Analyst their .1IICtI' sad beertfelthanks your continued support we rM\
TIle MprtMloiw. of J Joy \ to till my citlMM of only move forward.
PETER J. SULLIVAN .... .. .........'' throughout Latin America over y .a..... ".". ,. (wr com..,,unity who took tin*out Mrs. Frank Boyd
President Johnaon's schoHules Secretary of the Btarj
NATIONAL ADVERTISING MPHtMATIVIShnnn announcement of their very belly
1 Ac... ...>. I".. Chi...*. III that h* would r4i gotlat to join us at the. "Annual Appreciation
the Panama Canal trtaty r*. Dinner" held Dec. Dear EdItor:
Entered et s..."" CI.. Mall. ....."., Set 4, IW .1 the I ,..t OWc fleeted a condition which hu : Why I I. It no one will pal

I I.* Winter H..*r). Florid.. under .*t J ........ |. |I'7* been hurtful not only to U.S.- ....,, .. "....,;cr. IS.W* were Indeed privileged to any attention to the motor]

,.. Puama rrtattoM but to U.S. hare with you the joy of beginning cycle? I am a motor, \cl.
."" .E..U. AUDIT IUUAU reUtlon throughout the h.miphere. I. r / '" another Christmas Season rider and hope to be one in the
t 7 ; future U the motorist WIU
(( 'b Of CIRCULATIONS 3. as well as celebrating the stop
,, wonderful Memorial trying to kill me and my fellow
birth of this .
'...' For the United States' stiff cyclists.The .

refusal to renegotiate the 1903 \ *** (> M ,. Fund. adequately. express other day I was riding
MEMIERAcly. Words cannot <
....."'.., UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL treaty and its right In perpetuity Ww i ,*, our deep gratitude to the along, coming up the hill b};
the canal
NAtiONAL EDITORIAL The UeihJ Prece I, ."titl.4 t. eke es.' over generally + student body, parents, businessmen McDonald's when a man pulled
ASSOCIATION for r.pubhulla .f .111..1.news pins.\ ly wa taken u evidence of a ,1 xY rY and civic leaders of our out in front of me almost caus.

d In this n.ws.apoe .. well a all UN.ws /,I; by-cone diplomacy among free wonderful city that have givenso Ing a wreck. This Is not the
1964
nation*-of a large nation Inv
Dicpdch.c. first time this has
completely of their time, happened
pressing Its will upon a weakerone. ,
t Motorcycles are as
t.' danger.
moral
ADVERTISING DEADLINE Y energy, financial and support
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT. to such a worthy cause. oils as the drivers make them

ly th, Word, I PM.. ',ewi.., Day. By the Incki 1 '.M. Provleut D.yL..al > For the Panamanian It wa Your unselfish understanding and cars are dangerous if their
N.l.c.i: I ,...... *.1... Dy. Sued.y Edition Deadline! Friday, a matter both of emotions and regarding the purpose and progress drivers don't pay attention to

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT, money, and twice In four yearsit of this tremendous program us. They should be courteous
5.."., Ed;t.en-) P.M.. Thurtdey; Mctid.y. Ed.tien-I P.M. Frideyi; ; spilled over In bloody violence. .. is deeply appreciated.A enough to do so. W* have just
TuoiJey Edtion-Nn Sesurd.y; W.dn.tdey. Thursday *nd Friday of thanks to as much right on the public
td.t:...-1 P.M, Two Days la Advance. -7 : 'L special not .
A L44l Thomas D. Bailey, State Superintendent highway as they do.
Member. Southern N....,.'., '.bli.h.,. Auecl.tion; Through the years, the overriding of Public Instruction, Everyone thinks It's alwaysthe
Member Flerid Press Atiecl.tien U.s. concern was the for his wonderful words of en- motorcycle rider' fault
I value and the c. I ryr ,.' I ,
canal's strategic .
n yqwf J I \\'el1. that Isn't so, because to
,... 'A
TELEPHONE Ch 1.21t1 I
obvious fact that the Panamanians Y y
percent of the time It is the
neither could operate the AlmanacBy fault of the car driver who

A Thought For Today"But canal nor defend It. doesn't pay enough attention

For the Panamanian. It stood United Press International I sincerely hope all the read.

u a lasting symbol of a violation F Today Is Tuesday, Dec. 22, ers of this article will take

God, who i* rich in me.cJfor (because of) of the'r sovereignty and s a t the 357th day of 1864 with nineto heed and help all motorcycle
follow. riders observe a greater de.
IIf'ondetill; and intense) love inlh ,,'hichIe loved status second class which citizen reduced. them to '' The moon Is approaching its gree of safety

us (even when we iiete dead in tins) hath quickened '-;;1 "''f o : .. #T' last quarter. Larry McLendonMemories
.
(mad vi alive together in fellomihip and communion The 1(63 treaty Itself cameabout { 'M The morning stars are Venus
u a result of a none too and Mars
and in union) with Chnst. Eph. 3:4-8. glorious episode In U A history. The evening stars art Jupiter

On account of Coda great love are we made alivein Wall Street and Saturn.On .

After failure of a French at. AlertBy this day In history
Christ and for no other icanon. Project
tempt to build the canal, Colombia In 1169 Poet Edward Robin 20 YEARS AGO
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett Chatter won born.
which held Panama u son MJ, Willard E. Roe was I
province, granted rights to the In 1894, Captain Alfred Drey
United States but the Colombian MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret. fus an officer of the French member of the 13th field Ar
News-Chief EditorialsThe senate delayed ratification.In NEW YORK (UPI) Good. general staff was found gull tillery brigade of the Sixth

November, 1(03, Panama revolted I body l Co. believes the stock AnalystWILL ty of treason. Army group in France which

and VJB. warship prevented I market has now reconfirmedthe In 1941, a message from had been awarded the CroIx
Services. i prospect of an intermedi Island said the American de Guerre
Many Colombian troops from WE BE ABLE TO a super socialist state in this Wake
reaching Panama to put down I ate-term downtrend, a mild CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS IN country during our lifetime stronghold In the Pacific had 10 YEARS AGO

As it should be, most churches hold their beautiful the revolt. I II correction which could carry FUTURE YEARS without religion. These super fallen to Japan Mrs: Jan Valk and son arrived .

Christmas services this past Sunday. Others will I the Dow-Jonei Industrial average egg-heads. are certain they know In 1957, the Scottish freighter"Nerva" from Holland to spend
back the 820 level withIn Macauley once said ''I know
I to sank In the North Sea
Some said the U J. paid and more than Cod and the Bible I month with the former
hold theirs on Christmas Eve or on Friday. Theseare encouraged: the rebels.In I the next few month of only two way in which Society teachings. These power seeking and 28 seamen went down with parents, Mr and Mrs Ambrose .

always services that bring to those attending the any event, within IS day However the firm says, a decline can be governed; by public ; ". zealots label u "extremists"those her. Gaines Jr.
I of this extent would adequately opinion and the sword.
of this event. Commercialization has all the United State had both tea who fight to expose their S YEARS AGO
true
meaning The last
1 discount such levelingout pr..ld.ntlahlecllon
ognlzed Panama and for $10 tricks and chicanery A thought for the day In
but fogged the initial intent of Christmas and yet it million obtained full Jurisdiction I In the economy which may may well prove we may be placing The minds of our youth are the New Testament according Winter Haven tourist bus!
I lake place next year. our hope upon an unsound to St. Matthew "It is easier ness was climbing to an all
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still works a certain magic among men. In perpetuity over a fl v.- Influenced by other human be. .
mile wide strip on either side foundation as far a*public opinion ings. Are their minds guided by for camel to go through th.ey. .I time high according to correspondence

This year more people attended the various of the future canal. Subsequently Wright Investors' service expects can be relied upon over our fathers mothers living relatives of a needle, than for a rich und registration

services than ever before. People the worM over are annual rent was set at the current tax selling In nation at large. ministers tree of the man to enter Into the Kingdom records at the chamber of
''S.. not what has .
happened "
then woiiies $250,000. Issues to reversed you Influence of the socialists National of God. commerce
seeking some solace for ought on by depressed in Rome? The more they
their fellow They to feel a sense of security In the new year and that the burn the believers In the Messiah Council of Churches?Who
men. seem
Through the year there were currently strong cyclical Issues are there among us to counteract

when they tefiesh their spiritual being. It U true, many U.S. concessions to the will be hit by profit-taking. to the, the beast more, the they mightier fling grow them all this socialist one-world ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
feelings of the Panamanians. nonsense? The cave man taught
it would be a sad, sad world If it weien't for the efforts their numbers. Behold! Rome
In 1938, the United States Edward F. Underwood of his youth how to chip piece of
of our religious institutions. Winter Haven is gave up It* right to Intervenein Mitchum, Jones II Templeton went forth against Jerusalemwith flint The Indian chiefs taught WDIO.TY WFLA.TY WFTY.TY WTTT TY

indeed fortunate in having such wonderful chinches Panama to preserve order. continues to give the short.term the forth sword and Rome Jerusalemwent with the young prospective brave the C".I Cheesel. l Cheese. Ck.ewl. 11tIS

and dedicated clergy and laymen to assure that the The annual rent went up In trend a neulral.rsling bu!: ) I&Y' spirit. The against sword conquered for many legends handed down byword TI"NIC',. Orkeds AIC Tapp.CUOrleed.
two to
stages its present Sl.t It should be watched for a possible of mouth concerning their .
Christmas and all meaning Is again told a while, but the spirit conquersforever" law
story its once million downturn. Underwood believes and tribal beliefs The Chinese

Us in woid, music and ritual the long.term trend Is the APOSTLE.. -- Sholem A.tb--In of old, taught their youth Tuesday NIGHT pec. 22
In I960 President Elsen
And
still Intact but will become how to patiently copy the writings -
hower ordered the Panamanian much more selective than In Communism has enslaved and beliefs of Confusclus. i:00-New. Newt. Sports, Ale New ,.1.. News
Press Conferences flag to be flown alongside that the earlier phases of the bull more people In the past 47 The Russians teach their youth 4::11-5,..... Wtker Weethef News, Wetther Sporti. W' her
of the United State In the Canal years than the Christian religion love of country and respect for 419: -CIS Newi NIC News Aqy.....*. CIS News
We have been watching President Johnson's market.
press cone. has gained In convert Russian great heroes and men 446: -CIS News NIC N... ACI..neytt CIS News
conferences with a great deal of interest. They can't It wa don over the objections --- line the birth of Christ Why?
of letters while Griffith
persuading 7:0: -Cer 14, Where Award Tk.etre Aqy.... Andy
HH.h; MHU; of our youth are returning u t
truly be called conferences for to have newsmen of many In the Pentagon, Many American educator It is wrong 7.11-,* Yv "Se |i." Aquanauts. Andy Griffith7J0SlaRery's
memlw if Congress, and the IIIIR4R} home for Christmas to
to do so. J... .
e Wyme C.mb.tl The Muniterl
trailing after the President he takes his
along as "zonians" those Amercan living visit with their families or rel- '
NEW YORK 'UPI A II It Is high time Christian 7:4t- feeple Sf In* H yden Cembitt The MuniUfiI
dogs out for a stroll among the bushes could hardly In the tone.Thl biary of 100.000'olumu devoted stives. Many of them are troubled American people concern themselves .
be year, relation between book th by recent events happening with what Is :00-SleHery's Award Theatre Cemk.tl! The Joey
conducive to asking deep questions. We to only one I being taught
many the United States and Panama at University of California. I:II- people Award, Th...,. Cembitl lithe Show
strongly fed that the American public Is being short were broken on the same old Bible-will be a major futUl1 e From now on throughout many in some of our schools, and in I:1 -Red SkelUn Award, Th...,. McHelet. Nary Red Ski I ten
of I new Bible House to b e of schools and some of our churches to our |:41-Red Sk.lten Award, Th..... McHele. Nary Red Sk.I...
changed. As in every profession, there ale men In Issue of the canal and remained occupied by the American Blbl e our colleges youth. YOU older people are

the field of Journalism who are specialists in foreign so for weeks in a haggle Society here early In 1966 th e universities, our youth will be not considered except to tithe f:09-Red Skelten Survival The Tyceen Red Skelten
over whether the Unite bombarded by communlst-so- t:11-Red Skelten Survival The Tyceo Red SkeltenPeyten
)'''1' of the Society 150th an: It Is figured It I. Impossibleto
affairs, defense politics etc., and the only way in States wjull "dltcmV the old rmeiiaryTrie ctallst plants among the students "teach an old dog new 6:19-Petticeet TWTWTW Piece Petticoet

which discussions can be stalled and ended is to do treaty or renegotiate.Panama Bible rolltttlon: In abou t and by many professors tricks". It Is our youth they ':4S- Junction TWTWTW N..1 I Junction
benefited from who slyly Impregnate their
has and dialect. I are after 10 09-The Doctor Telephone H..,
it calmly in a confetence. Income 1.200 laivuerea I classes with socialism under : a The Fveitivo Netted City
the canal through subsidiary the in the Westeii 10 It- The Nunei Telephone Hear The Fugitive Naked City
lameit ;1
There are daily questions that should be answered to the tune of about 185 Hemisphere The present ilbrar:'. the guise of "academic frse.y This speak Christmas out. ,Irrespectiveof let us older 10:10-The Doctors t Telephone Hear The Fugi/iv. Neked City

Is it that Johnson isn't sure of himself We feel 1 that other million benefit a year from, plus the receiving alliancefor Of 22.000 volumes long ha bee seen dom"Fellowreadersyouhaven nothing yet, and It was all people age or education. Is not experience IQ:4}- The Nyfiet Telephone Hour The F.gltba Naked City

through this stretch of history we need a close liaison progre**. But she has always fluted a mlJor'Ilitorl' attrar' planned that way. the best teacher? Let I 11':,00-Newi Newt. Sp, Wlr Newtllne News SpaIn
with the administrative side of goveinment His believed she should have (Ion by the New York Convcn. Many men In America today us all have the plain "guts"to lit) I-Spertt. W'Iher Temaht Show E'leral) Wet, W'Iher. i'tor el
our tlon and Visitors Bureau are certain that they can create hand down to our youth the I 11,10, -Theetre of Tonight Show Ute Shew Tueidey Night
vast and he influences all of lives more. |11:41-| the Stan Ten.jKt Show Late Show
powers are our pride and respect we had forour .. Movie .___
we need to know his thinking Very little if any I forefathers who by the sweatof
N A ,a > their brow, and their plain Wednesday MORNING Dec. 23
credence can be placed In statements made at the ttetnias LepffIfL? I unfearless belief In Cod and the

spur of the moment confeience, while hiking around hereafter, helped make this 7GI-AI": .... Today Sh.w "AM."

the White House grounds or at off-the-cuff chance great America a great nation. 7t11-Waka.Up Teday Show News .A........
That Is was not the rabble rousIng 70- Mewl.. Ted., Shew ....ickie: 10.... "
remarks at cocktail parties or in the halls of the officesof socialists around Washington 7145o-N..... W1ha T.d.y Shew Mckle., h.. "A.M.

the Piesident. This is a serious matter for us who never "snapped a cap" .Oll-C.hl.. ---- Teday sh.l .ic.ie Evam Caphie

Americans and should be MI rated. I I to build up our America,but with .:15- K....,.. Today Sh.w ....ic ie Eras K.,,'....
) their untried schemes of world ':-c.t.l... Teday Shew CMandlle CaNetn

ACROSS U. Level Sl.1hIit of A A MI domination seek to destroy everything .41- Kanqeree Yedav Shew Cerleewille Kangaree
I d9Ar our forefather worked
L Breethe 4' Tardy work p AIAAI 6:00-Seep.: Ted.,'. Merle. E..rel The Mike
dHply u 4?. DI.pateh n.'J'h..... oAA for. ,15- II... Sc..1
"H.i..4; C..I" She.
who have traveled Dews "
tin n rr Those of u*
horn grief .a. EFOCha for.
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Pet.
"
M- l.ff.l. lilt, J" The Mike
world know there wa* a
5.A WaY 20. Kind over
or
6:41Rae.. S.h..1 H. Gretie
1 N AAAA laff.le Sill .I,. 0..1. Skew
flood. That
world
cw.r.nl, DOWN ofu ,I GIAA covering
of wind 1. Kind of moth practically every city, village IOOG-C1S: Nans I. Sigmand, Certeeerille The Mike
I. r-ma loather J1 Made \ and hamlet mentioned In the '0:1 &-CIS N... TH.Y"i Merle. Cer/.aville DegI i Skew
bone J. Troubles rate 1 rf I : ? \ Elbe has been discovered and 10:10-1: Levi Lacy Wh.t' This Price I. Ritht I lea lacy
10. Oonna a. Antelope 24. Jolt. N Nf p 4EL ;::::::: I Identified. A smart reader Just 10.45-1 ls.y s....' Prude RI5M I L.... L"cy

rivet 8*. Atrtca J5. .esets
half informed,, knows very well
loft t. Carpenter'. 28. Carry ,....,.. A..w that If there was no Cod,Christ\ 11111-ILOg-Andy.f, Maybeery CaaeNNia Cencee/rdien G.t Th. Aidy .f
Mouse M.yb.ery
palate: tool GUt
or Bible to guide vs, the communist lillO-the .
McCoys J.,4.
Minnieq Lisle n. M.Ceys
enet a. Sorrow H. 8culptuM St Call for
and world socialist :45-Th.. McCeyi Jeopardy .
11 Mletake t Afloat 29. Sun god help Miwi.g Li"k. The McCeya
/ nave nothing else to offer M In
14. Cluatnecl T. norJea 30. Poem 35. Part of \ AFTERNOON
look forward to
IIOUeoe their place to
plant 11. Prickling cllurcla
10.hnonal .. A certain HlIHlloQ 40. L.afyronoun In this life of airs except
II: -love el lie Say Whe* Feiker" News WeetherKnewt
nee hone 12. Brazilian ut the possible right to work, eat lee el life ..
cutting 11:11- Say When lei Ferm. Stk Mkl
\ IT. Inade U. Duet: east palm 42. J'WaII and sleep at their command II:10-SK* for T.... Trert e* Hello Pee S.c* ... TwwPickert
11.OoIII pwae 1$. Fun of 15. I-ehapecl U. awls without any belief. In Cod or II:4t- .>d.oe LI.ht! CM.uece w" d.M lie**
PObetl rooll moI41n'l rlvait the Bible "
loo-GlrI Talk' Newt, 5"...*. Merineo Merle love ol We
A Hoeline 01 I i S 1 f : I know that condition at present 1l IGirl T.'" Weather. Hey. ....**," lees el He
,fa over which we have little lit-World, T._ Let'. Make. *. 1.1....."., Wend Tr<*
letterXL 0' :141II ( r I >- ,ws control CaD prove disappointing Ml-W.rld Tom A Deal levfy. RebertlWwM Terse
Toward and can lead to discouragementand : :: Ie---
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21. Moled U THE little Mexican vtllag of CknWna. It was eut mary for villager'' to brine gifts confusion. Our ancestors III I-Petiwerdt o.lIie GOP C.Hii t; Met.N.wol*'** PettwordTh
remember2t Irl .. Hv: the Three kings cmild them to the Babe of faced similar problems and they ea
on
Christmas *
And Lit. It I ; I" to the church terry :I*-Hew* Party .* D.c.." D., I I.* Cr H.*.. PertyThe
UthlehmOn finally won victory. 17 million 1-41- Party Doe+ort Day U C...H H.*.* Pared_
M.TiaeotaSirreeof '. ZIiI CtirtHttnaa F.a litll. buy stoat oulml uw church. l..t."II1M .UMe and Americans are an excellent
::
peeking through the window at all thr wondrous gifts thai vm being laid vpott the tart to begin rolling back the J;:00 To Ted Truth AMflwr weld 6*...,..a--* Ted Tra*
moliture iI! altar aunty the Holt hllrl would b* pleased. this binhitay: Ju&a anted desperately togo tide. They knew well what the I:II- Tel T.... AM...., WrM Hetp.t.l T* T.N TrY ....
n.Musk note tnold !baring a ,'fl for the Child. but lie was very pour and had nothing la offr problem were and voted ac I:JO-Idee .. N.fhf: .. DM Say The Teas Ed,. .f Night
St Fctur.equ. |:41-Ed,. .( Nigh' Bit el Nitht
** Sy M.rrled. Ede
natural 1 U 'II. 'IZ 'II l''l Juan stomped hi* here feel to arm them: then" clutching hu raggrd serape mar tightly cordingly.

revs / er around his thin ahuuMvn! k* knelt In the snow to pray. Though M tried hard set to a few Defeat at the polls will serveno 4 00-Sr 4 5.- Metcb: Ceni Tre*.oe>e. SW.t Sr* a
U. KIll&'ofBeahaa Itt 141 Ii w ; 0n tear crrpt through Ma tl hlly : oecmed to grow "kxnWr and outMmly h* felt a, great wartntk. a* If th* ..ummer' sun wr attitude. Let w all enjoy ChrUtma 4JO-Uwtl.. WrT. Le.,.r Tr.3me.iefTrelnettet So_."

Bib. H 14 hlninfHI and please read my seat 4:11-Adreet.e. T* .**_ !*_."
KIWI prayer fawned h* itood up and these. .la the enww, at Uw place when k* had tlUedarl.taa.* tout tT
17 J9 ." beautiful flower with scarlet petals ei a ylluw center, *J4aJr cW Dto.' a* article I OC-Yei TVo Uoy4TkeeHoSb So........ HlICk H..4
knelt a
diameter wa Any" Thursday,
and Far .
Ago 5:15.-Y..1 II** Hk He""**
S..hvM
S&Bone: anat.ST. .1 I .& ... broached, "Never have I sees anything to beautiful At lest I have a real gift for your Christmas ..... It U all tnte. 1:10-&....* IIT n* ltvd, ew So.*** WIMP New W*......

.African S | Child' t took It Into the Dang It, we got a lot of ate 1:41-: lv* Ik*.*** SW.TU4 News 1..1 E4iterlol. &M
miracle Juan flower
the
for H was a 'lC'k'
lakeS With great reverence -- -
work to dotKeep
/. Half an m .. church and laid It gently on the altar la we yet.the Thar'good work andlet' *::r**> MUJJ or* prrW e4 by f4 Nl..ld. ........
40. Put Ever: afterward Mexican railed the punl 'The Flower of the Holy Night" U America lIP Great SocletyM .... ors **0i,**/ t* ...*... of oy lie,*. The Oe.rw ...._-0.rf o.*,"****
"I see what die skew .. pwbli. -ice seal ... sh. go..erebel
n
41.Bondman we tail it a poineetUa ? Ie resp.oiN./o Ir M
for M
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December 22. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Page Five,



L *le-' I d r r Christmas Eve


..... M

1 Youth Services




tC sa4uGs Set At Church


t tI
n". ', nlor HlRh Youth C oun.f .
I I r s t Presbyterianli

I rA I, will sponsor HIH fourth
n t, ial < hrlstmaa I'VI' er\ir I
y't
"nith In the chapel Thurs.

!' i for I 11 I p.m., Mils Helen H.t .
t I'' ";i"-s, director of Christian

( ,ii,,, ition, said today.
n.. hapel will be lighted
entirely with candle Mlsv

i ts
Night" by Adams, and Miss
Susan Johnson will moderatethe
THREE-STORY CLASSROOM WTLBKQ DESIGNED VCR PICTURESQUE SETTIMO LOOKS SAD ON AM AIRSTRIP
service
Larry Hargrove
__ .. $
1
and .ordon Mead, representingthe
Polk i
CollegeContinued r allege group will read the

rlplures., The associate
pas.
( From Page One)
IT tor the Rev Robert W. Far.
Dr. Allen T. Colt, Rudolph r >w. will speak on the subject,
Bentley, and Jake C. Johnston; (l1od'; In A Cave"
-
Dr. Fred Lenfestey and James I' ; -J Tie Youth Choir will sing a

E. Harris of the college; and "t. c'-iral introit, "Let All Mortal
School Board member Wendell 7 Flesh Keep Silence," and thep

Watson. r a \ e r response, "Silent

The two architects were anxious ... "" I .' .'' Night holr m.mberalnclud.:
to see the new Miami ....i< Jo lUssett PatU Edwards, Sa.
administrationclassroombuilding "'i rah Hanks, Kay Jane Lawson,
; Elaine: Kabe Decky Teeter and
since It has received : v ,
much publicity In various architectural -.r ; LInn Williams
Journals. HOW A JUNIOR COLLEGE CAMPUS SHOULDN'T LOOK The fellowship committee In

This building represents the r View from Wlndcw of MUn DuUdlrr al Mlaml-Dade' units all young people home from
j i new concept In Junior college 4 __ school: college and the Armed
: Most KervU to Join the Senior High
construction
: flexibility.
of the Interior walls are what Gabe Mazza ReturnsTo Mate Farm I'ellowahlp and their friends for

I' architects term non-load-bear ; l a the social period at 10:30 p.m. In
Ing partitions. These partitions church parlor precedingthe
!
do not support the roof, so they rl aervlce
can be moved without structual l Asks Higher Adult advisors assisting inarrangements
I ly changing the building. City For Visit are Dr. Robert

This permits the school per r Hanks Mr. and Mrs. John R.MacCalla .

I sonnet to redesign the Interiorof Dr. Arthur pterln.

I the building to meet changing Gabe Maaaa of Milan Italy, lay In the U. S. Auto RatesState ger and Mill lialnes.Defense .
--------
requirements.For who graduated from Winter Haven Then he went back to Milan
Instance, the trend In the I High School two years ago where he continued his school Heads

past was toward small rooms after a year's study as an International ing-he still had to get his diploma Farm Insurance Com.
and seminar-type classes with exchange student, at his school there as panics have asked the stale for (Continued From Page One)

only a few students. II I back In town. part of the agreement by whichhe permission to ralie the aulomo. an opportunity to urge approval .
The present trend, with the He has returned to enter the became an exchange student bile Insurance rate an average of projects they consider essential

widespread use of television ,, a settre University of South Florida to nand after completion of high of 6.1 per cent but which: budget Bu.
toward large classes teaching study social science, and will school he taught tngllsh: In MIlan Stale Insurance Commissioner reau Director Kermit Gordon

auditoriums. But many schools probably major In political sci and In schools near that J. Edwin Larson receivedthe ha* recommended b* cut aa pan
are committed to the smaller cots city. request yesterday In Tatla.haasee. Johnson's drive to keep r.cltr

rooms, and have no way of "',.. But that Is Just the official Mataa's chief hobbles, as al spending under 1100 billion
changing them, except to start name South Florida gives the long as he can remember have George Hurt aaalatant vice neat year.

over with new buildings.The MIAMi-DADE CENTRAL CORE AREA GOES UP THREE STORIES course been reading and walking--ami president of Stale the Farm Increase, told Johnson and Gordon took partIn

buildings at Miami-Dade Galleries Prove Popular Gathering Place For Students. Maaaa puts Is more lucidly (raveling and meeting people. the commissioner In additional similar sessions at the ranch
would an
bring
all have small windows,because "I am majoring the United He started enjoying his hobbles Monday with Interior Secretary
It is in the hurricane bell, In State he In earnest when he was $717,100 a year In Florida. Udall Labor Secretary
says. Stewart L. ,
fact that there are fewer people
fact was In the eye of Hurricane using the upstairs ones. Chancel Choir Big Truck Hits His goal la right In line with II, and went to Austria, then The company reported a loss W. Willard Wirts, retiring
In underwriting
of I cent
Cleo. While the stairs conform with his own version of his major.He J witter land. per Commerce Secretary Luther II.
"There's not too much need the state requirements that they Performs At (Continued From Page One) hopes to enter the Italian Ill) went back to Austria al for WS, and a,3 per cent llcxlgti and Commerce Secretaryto

for windows as long as thereIs be constructed so everyone in the trooper sold foreign service and be aaalgn- 16 with a Job' helping build loss for the nut nine month -be John T, Connor.

something "also to relievethe the building can get out In case Hope Church The truck owned by Wai- ed to this country.His houses for refugee at an International of The this year percentage of Increase Later today Johnson will
monotony, according to eventual ambition, still work camp.The next hold talks with Treasury Sec re-
of fire the Polk architects pole and Son of Lake Worth,
of
Donald C. Bulat director of pointed out that they weren't The Chancel Choir of Hope dealers In feed and grain wai quite far off but he's getting year, after school was out, h.w.nl requested cent ranged for from Orlando a low to a tiny Douglas Dillon) Kajeeb F,
t.l
planning and development for Presbyterian Church presented In case the opportunity back to Austria and the per of the
traffic ready llalaby, administrator
suitable for two-way ,, the type with the cab over the high of 11.1 per cent for Palm
the campus. the Christmas cantata "Da\ra to be the Italian am- same Job. and
which occurs every time engine and had a0,foot trailer appearsi Federal Aviation Agency
Outside windows are the long classes change of redeeming Grace," during baaaador to the United St.I... Then he came to the United Beach. James E. Webb head of the
body It southbound on Laraon said no derision will
was
silt type with little glass area. The other major building now the morning worship service Massa started his preparation States aa an eichange atudent. National Aeronautic and Space
and It amathrd b made further studyto
To additional relief, there the direction of Hwy 27. after his pending
give Is the Sunday under for Ilallandlplomatteaervlce Back In Italy year Administration.
at this
in use
are.jKlndows between(he.rooms This campus Is converted Donald R Locke broadside Irrto the car at the when he was II, tut not here, he found time between determine that the request

on tjiejnslde. u" double gymnasium.hangar >hlch seats 7,- Soloists for' the service In. latter ihot Into the Intersection until he Tin It did he discover schooling and teaching to hitchhike "contain mental to the nothing that interest Is dttrU SHOP IN WINTER. HAVEN

Tbese interior windows extend 000. It Is very beautiful, except eluded Mrs Pan Dlllashaw, so. where he would like lo be sent. all across Europe working .. public: ---
-- --
-
.0.
around -
down about a foot from the that after spending $600- prano, Mrs. Irving Wheeler, The ur was wrapped That was when he came to the his way from place to place I r- ,
celling. At this height, they 000 agrees It still contralto; Mrs Gene; Marotti, the front of the truck by the United States and to Winter Haven. Laal summer he spent two

are useless for looking In or out, looks everyone like an aircraft hangar. contralto; Miss Diane Rowland, Impact and carried 200 yard months In Denmark, which Is

but they help eliminate the feelIng The concept on the campus soprano, and Bob Meadows, put the Intersection where the The year he lived with the one of his favorite countries
inside of being cooped up. planning Is in keeping with the tenor. vehicle veered' off the ea t Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Costello With Ms college career
There are also narrow glass current trend keeping cars Carla Harlan is church or.uISI. aide of the road. family and studied at Winter Haven ahead, he plans to see more of ,

silts beside classroom doors to out of the interior campus and Anne Stephenson aocom. As It bore down on the con- High School, receiving his the United Stalea. He will be
eliminate Incessant door-open around the periphery panted on the piano. More than ruction( crew working on diploma with the Class of 1969, ready when he gels back to

ing by people wishing to know "The planning problem"according 300 persons attended the ser. the highway project, the mn convinced him that his future Italy, to list a lot of qualifications ""

what is happening within. to Bulat "Is much like vice during which the Rer. WU leaped and ran out of Its path for foreign service,

To further dispel the coopedup that of a regional shopping canter lIam H. Downey delivered a Vo safely, with the exception Local Man particularly In the United

feeling the colors of the sun which must be easy to reach Christmas meditation. of the two who were unablr; Sates -

are used extensively Inside. from miles ways easy to ..nt.rand Hope Presbyterian Church to scramble out of the way (Continued From Pane One) He faces military service -. :,
One feature which seemed to leave, and have sufficientlyvast will have a special family wor. The bodies of the thrre when he completes college awl .
Impress everyone Is a central ship service at 7:30 o'clock on the for May but he slipped away returns lo his native land.
parking facilities to ac- fatal victims were taken to ,
core area extending up the commodate automobiles" Christmas Five: when the Rev Marion Nelson Funeral Home The ihcriff's office Immediately but If everything works out, 'IF'
entire three stories of the this last matter that Mr. Downey will speak on\ the art up a dragnet Including after that hell be back.
It Is on In Lake Wales
building. (the campus really stands out.Th.re subject, "The Manger Speaks These three traffic death; roadblock, but the e*. lit I II staying with the CM-
"We thought we might have avallalbe Again" ape eluded It DeReu said tulle over the Christmas holidays -
211 acres
are 1964total 0ua1s
Polk
County's
overdone this at first," Bulat lor construction and parking, -------- brought with din May possibly Jumped on I and expects spend many 1IIffI1lI1I /
to 69 compared
"but the students like to weekend here In the months
said that went through!!
freight train
and with mostly three-story Worst Floods -
gather there." buildings there Is plenty of room all of the previous year Harlow last night aliead. It Is, after all, his sec ". .. .

This building has good points, left without having to resortto (Continued From Page One) May was arrested here Dec ond home. .

but Polk some contingent really thought bad ones after, the a multi-story parking. above flood stage as It surgedInto Generals Yield I after he and Charles Smith. Honor ...

thorough Inspection and discus "As In many large shopping the Pacific sown of Hum- '7. owner. of the 5t.y.o4 While

slon of Its features. centers," Bulat continued"the bold! Bay. Upstream more than (Continued From Page One) Motel on Cyprus Garden (Continued: From Page One) .

The most detracting featureof elements of the college are arranged 1,500 persons fled their homesIn namese today, according lo ar I Rd alledgrdly robbed at gunpoint chairman of arrangements of # .
the building from an aesthetic to create a defensive little valley towns nestled embassy spokesman the Liberty Loan Company the program for the occasion, .. .

viewpoint is Its finish.Since the group against the 1,400 automobiles among the towering slopes of Taylor brought back a pr...,. In Orlando. A loan com presented Fr. Stump s purse ...
structure was supposed to be which are parked redwood forest and pastureland. dentlal promise of more eco pin employe took down the from the members and friend

placed In a setting of trees, around It. The building groups The towns of Myers Flat, We- nomle and military aid for Viet I licence plate of the getawaycar of it. Paul's Church as a tokenof
a gray pebble material was afford a feeling of relative safety ott and Pepperwood were com Nam's anti-Communist war effort < and Orlando police author their love and esteem fur tie

used on the outside. and tranqulllty within which pletely evacuated. The town ofPhlllipsvtlle when he returned hen I tits. notified the sheriffs <*. rector
material is beau Is the essence of any kind of was 'isolated north from k I -
This very Washington three e e ;i fire that It ass Smith automobile -
tiful- -as long u one doesn't lanctuary." and south by floodwaters ago Both were capturedthat Gifts AwardedContinued

get more than six feet away Humboldt County authorities But American representative;)I night al the motel WHY DONTYOU

from It. Further away It Just FilipinosContinued worked through the night trying said today that the new all: When retted, police found ( From Page One

looks like a big ugly gray mass. to get boats into the stricken package was drawn up with tin Iwo bags that contained '174, R. 1. Deftly Spirit Lake Road)

From a practical viewpoint ( From Page One) area-- understanding that South VietNam I believed to be the stole E. T. Bush, 201 Sixth It. JanP -

there are many faults.wider The than upstairs ed waters near the ammunition Clues Are Few would have a stable gun< money and a 31 caliber pistol ''tl| William Dowser, IllFifth
corridors are eminent. The United Stahelcould I
SI I. Mrs. Emerson
Jan-Phyl
the naval )
at Subte
dump Bay
.
the downstairs ones,despite the not consider It stablt I
base. (Continued From Page One) May was charged with e*' DlUen 104 Lake tears Drive)
Cpl. James A. Edwards, of b> one of the gunmen. when, a handful of generali and three count of armed Carl Traynor, Ml Slam ..
I
could: dissolve legislature and rap
Sebastopol Calif., and Cpl. The dramatic robbery' was robbery lie was identified Jan-Ph' 17th Wo Marchett family PAY
IADIOSAN arrest Its members
Jai es B. Thomas, of Martins executed with calm precision held the 430 St. M| Rupert S.
GIFS bandit that up
In another development her Tvs Ferr Ohm, have been restricted while a Mass, was In progressIn In Lake Taylor 1401 Are A, NW; Mrs
today, Laotian rtghtwing D-pti. IM1J Loan Company
Robert Newcomt 614 Aye K,
i' ocean with this shoot- St. Anthony's Roman Catho.
.
M.I Lewe Camera A TV ''ng t.ii '" charges have been lie Church and mourners wor.uth.fllII ty Premier Gen Phownl I line, sad( and the ABC Liquor Store 1C Mrs Winnie K. Manchard,
avan arrived for a three-daj; Wales. In addition lo 504 :
fII .... NW Winter Hevw ,lied per, ii'? '"?:pUnon of an outside awaiting the !. Lake Ave. D, SE) and Mrs. John
"private visit" which e o v I c I the Orlando loan company Faber 101 Terrace Drive It.
'rieatgaloC.: : start of a funeral ,
lead to combined Laotian.Vietnamese
The clothing aa Army ta.
operations again!
ague Jacket a pair of graytrousers
,
supply bases of the Commimlai l BY CHECK
and an olive hunting
Viet Cong trrUlu,
cap with ear flaps-WM found In
Fast Side park, about a mile. M r T .'.Jrn sn R'9
TOYS25Mn and a half from St. Anthony 'I.OIIDITOCU CENTRAL STORIS fi

Church In a declining neighbor lime the 1 closingson E i M speed mice COMPAII f frkett
are m
hood of this northern New Jer.aey The. Florida storks p as reportedby HelWey Tdwes. tLAST Time h m**.y t...etc slays J **4 yew time b
Industrial community.
Sincere: and Co. I./> Minf MHtmHX tee valuable. t. ,.. c1 ever t.wnp.yIsgbills. '
discarded clothes were believed
U.. M America Netted clt.....?
to have been wore by one of
the fcoMupmeB. America Pioneer lea 7*,T* MINUTE ccwtaf t. p.y year Ifa..n/ five ,..

The only other tangible. clue Founder Insurance 7ViSloter M CKtortrte recettl) e f yew .ipe!41hire".

was the description of the get. <*unty Tele IU3' Whet.. e* nay w.y t. eto yew. .......,1.'

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Tuesday, December 22 "

_Six_____ W YTtR _HAVEN DA_'LV_NEWS-('HIFF- -- -WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA _"t4


Girls Club Has ..,> .....1'JIF' 4cT7IIjI Private Clubs Education Overseer Kills Heart State Attack ,



O:{' :,' Used To Bar School Booster '1:

Yule Party, Appointed By State NEW YORK (UPI) stanton I

D, Sanson, one of the prime I
fighter for Flortda'a 17! miiu .

Fete Sponsors Negro Patrons TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The He resDonsibilitlos. ion higher education bond pro
state Department of Education But bailey stressed that final gram, died aboard the liner
4 Monday appointed an overseerto responsibility for compliance Queen EU....... Monday The I
Florida's 67 counties with tile law rests with the Miami boslMsiman I
heap was cyears <
More than 100 girls who am W \SHINGTON (UPILeBoyUlns
financial Individual county school board old.Sansoo.
keep la good : graces
director ot the Commit
members of the Winter Havin '> ,
with the federal government Under the act, If the federal
Girl Club were presented" an nit rlatlons Service, believes served as chairman of
official Girls Club bent Friday ? *',me I businessmen will convert under tile Civil RlgMs Act. government believes there Is the education committee of till! 1 I
of tileDepert.t racial discrimination In school
Dr. James T. Campbell
to "pri
their establishment Florida Council of 100
from and
ai a special gift of Education was programs where federal funds
vate dub to avoid dtttgrt.gallon. authorised a survey which
even
members of the Business and H7i. handed tile Job of keeptnt. the are wd. It can discontinue tully led to passage of the
Professional Women Club, Collins, whoM Job It Is to eeuatfe taformed. of what they giving the funds to that partU bond Issue for state universities big.
who sponsored a Christmas seek voluntary compUance..1tII: mast do to keep has lasts cutar cooaty Federal regula. The bond program was
party at the Club. the civil rights law, said Monday federal dueatton ..... torfallur fens require the government to by Florida voters at approved the
The girls sang l'hriltmucaroll There will be some eC. to c***> wKJa tile Brut us* "laJorstal means" toe November election.
for their visitors directed forts made to convert what rtsjMslav.t gee ...... before It takes Sanson was enroute to
by Mrs Use Smith and have been public accommodation asjOTSirfcf Ou's *,. tile eetraeae i of cutting off funds York with his wife, Maxine,New and

Mrs. RusseU II.... service to a private staU potntsneoi, kewever.stateSelMSl X* mii CHineaf have the9MtMt died shortly before the ship
Santa Claus presented the r + II' or dub operation. Supt. ThMaas D. Bailey' saM. jruporuon of their pop- docked at 8 a.m. Cause of death
...,.... has
hats to the girls Punch cook Now here you have a ser that IM..raa. ....... T per cent, employed was attributed to heart trOUblFuner.1 \!.
because this Is oe. set yet worked. ort all tile
lou
lei and candy were served by matter .r> Uw prfrliimnns. says the Cen- arrangements are In.
details about what ecus****
the women. A earring more than I would Like sue Bureau Neil are the Japa- complete but they will\ be held
Mrs, Clara Davis civic par M sf e+! J to see It. The real question, of should do to chow aoMftccrtsu. :_ with s T per cent and the at Riverside Memorial Chapel
nation in ttteir school*.
chairman of the course, Is the good filth 01 the vtute race 4 4 per cent In Miami.
ticlpation h owner. Florida eewrtie* rceiv an
BPWC was in charge of arrangements t t f ft "Under the law, a person CU estimated Ill urttton a year' -. 11
Members of her operate a private ebb and ant la federal grants wild nee
committee were Mrs Margaret be In compliance with the law. under the edneatte sect*** of
-
Johnson Mrs Gladys k % 1 4 But there has to be a good faith tie civil Rights Ad. ;
Barr Mrs Mary Early and _I operation. It can't be Just a The act does not cover, bow. CENTRAL
Miss Elsie Arbuthnot __ .. shield or a guise for carrying ever, lit million b school fcsneh E I ,. you spend more'E'i'3
II" ---- .
Mrs. Wilbur SaUmsn assisted on what 1* In fact a business funds and cosMnodttaes adwMs.tered ties* Holiday

Mrs Merle lUghUmer. CHRISTMAS AT GIRLS CLUB Debts Daugherty, Teresa Tate and Dabble Cromer catering to the public trade" by the C.S. Department 'J::'-''.Vt' '
director of the Girls' Club, gleefully look over the gift under the Christmas tree at the Winter Haven Girls' Club during be said In s radio Interview.Collln of Acrt alttln.
with the program. their Christmas party. With them are Mrs. George Barr and Mrs O. 8. David of the Business predicted' that some 01 The education part of thenew
Girls' Club board members and Professions Women's Club sponsor of the event. the 19 stilts now without a pub. law win take effect after LAST MINUTE
lie accommodations law of their Jan 1. Federal regulations
and many of the parent of the own will enact such statutes signed by the President and

girls attended the party. Yule Party Woman After soon because the public accom. printed in the Federal Regis GIFTSfor
Recovering modatlon section of the federal ter are effective Jan J, but the
Children
For .
law "Is only applicable In thosestates. counties will be given a ",...
Sit WASHINGTON (UPO-Sound ." i animal time to provide aQda. memberin
Challis Marshall of band music and young voice Off Oakland -------- vita that they are complying or every
singing "Rudolph The Red Leap BridgeSAN WASHINGTON California that they plan to comply with
ter all yeur Nosed Reindeer" echoed congressman Bob Wilson an. the law. your family.
AUTO nm uiM through the Justice Department nounclng formation of a GOP; Between Jan. ) and the flllnc
LIFE __ Monday. FRANCISCO (ITI) A isolated, we would go around "advisory committee" of all the of affidavits all federal funds '
leprosy.haunted young housewifeand like other people-but she could for new educational programs Wearing Apparel Footwearor
the IncludingSen.
& FIRE .. The occasion: was depart party's big names.
ment's fourth annual Christmaspart mother gained ctrengh to. not have Intimate contact with I Barry Goldwater and New and projects win be held U
laivraecs INSUIANCI day in a battle to survive a 130. very young children. She couldnot I
Rockefek abeyance
from the York Nelson
) for youngster : Cor. A. :
Needs District of C o 1 u m b I a public foot plunge from the San Fran. kiss our little boy-she had ler, to help raise money for the Bailey said that Campbell, V you're puzzled for a gift
251 Magnolia Av. S.W. school. About 500 children Cisco Oakland Bay Bridge, a to meet him once a week In the I I960 concessional race: who 1s director of the EdIIc:..
n were entertained at the party fall from a height on the bridge park," "We realize that we have a lion Department's division of GIVE A
Ae.... Item tithing Itui that else ha the disease ,
no one ever sur.vtved. Recently, ap.
which is financed by contribution big job to do, and we are go. administration, will provide
Phone 294-4256 from Justice Department peered to be responding tc: Ing to roll up our sleeves, to counties with Information and CENTRAL STORES Gift Certificate.
Isabell Kainoa 30 treatment and showed oi,
Mrs signs
work .
employee and win as a unified party help In determining their spec!

topped her car on the bridge being brought under control ___ _________m.____ ". H''' _'.... ,..__.___ .
Monday morning, ran to the onc.-more. : : o .

ratline, leaped over the aide, Out last wee Mrs. Kainoa DOWNT---s: : ; :: ;
and feU to the storm lashed told her husband she believed PLAZA
waters 01 San Francisco Bay. she was pregnant again I
Sli minutes later thanks to "She thought the pregnancy rj rY j
her own Instinct for survivaland would reactivate the leprosy"
to an Incredible comblna. Kainoa said i

>, appliances tlon of clrcumshncea-sh.was And so, while her husband
pulled from the water by crew. slept Monday morning after his
men of a Coast Guard patrol nlghUtlme work as a mechanic w
!r Sunbeam Vittt Mlxmastcr miser boat. Mr*. Kainoa left her home In

.,. ....- Thumb!!. p..hb.lbebeet. She was taken to San Fran. Oakland and drove to the {u&Jhrrj'CtristaasPRINCESS
., i.ctarRti Cisco General; Hospital, when bridge. K
-. -- >.v.b .'I I" ttutr hen_. ...* U
,/ hip laceration and possible In. First
H SunbeamCDSU'i ternal Injuries. Her condition t LadyCelebiz -t .
am Vittt WM described throughout the ," ,
I
; .uIniN.Ueel day Monday aa.crltu4 Dui b>, --
/"t 8 WiV uloLiO late Monday algtil' she had lm s N' ai }

proved to the point when doc "gftee-(0b.goQd" ecesson{
Ir percolator lore described" her condition U es6y

.... .. VAN, "fair.
Nt II web brtttftt
"It's a miracle thai she nr. 52nd GARDNER-
n Laws' Iy a.rore.lk.ey n..S ee.e 1aw.4 Ie c:..........,...........bI.lot rived," said Dr. Thomas E. Ab BirthdayJOHNSON .+d.Pee easy elamee. bets, administrator of the hot.
I .yt.Mt...$ .V.I '.24tnfmg 84
pltal.
......* CITY Tt*, (\.1))
'2394 Mrs Kainoa wa saved part. ,
-With a Texas mule deer
ly because she wa a strong
Lady Sunbeam Sunbeam and competent ....mmtr. a skill standing In for Rudolph\ the red.
Vista nosed reindeer, Lary Bird
Vittt .he developed during childhood
lectrlocan days In Hawaii, and partly be. Johnson celebrated her 52nd \ I
.', aocontrolled heat opener cause she unknowingly chose to birthday hard at work on the
hair dryer LBJ Ranch Christmas decor.
r_ ;; vest leap at the one moment whenrescue
atlons today I
VHD was ant

tbtrtl..,..f...moves 545 She has suffered since child And she wanted to see If Lyn
.
fttntrtlnf
aNume N ee tar quit .lInr. hood from Ita Ben's disease or
.:t'e- f\tIectte.. don would come up with a
y iht t pAM eft. .....ymi...t ctn t M.ndNi l any...-.,else If leprosy. TIle disease wsj arrest birthday surprise for her. The 0
,__,te aMpetee.ernte ed before her marriage. at the betting was that the President
'OO04 .i 94 age of U. Subsequently she who enjoys such sentimentaloccasions

gave birth to three children. would do just that.
Sunbeam Vittt SunbeamNulUeooker Then, four year ago her
,... youngest child John was born, She planned to open her pres.
U Vtttt and the Illness recurred ems at breakfut, but U there
a frypan pray alum "hi, wife had what they calla was a presidential birthday sur.
(burret-etyle) or dry iron reactivation of the disease," price on the way, nobody could the perfect gift' t
VLMCB YaBs laid her husband Boyd 37. be sure that' when It would be
"She was receiving treatment revealed
c:......lt.),ImmMdMt lot 3AiNttWllftLYe5Utica. ; .
U an ouUpatlent w weren't
..M.,nwunf-limply PvMkulMA sway centre There were no plan for a
rtnwv.tutomthc ant ceotret
Urge birthday party, and the
'1904 1504 Three Lions Unite House passed the word

that she would Venjoy being 0. F.
Sunbeam Vittt Mlxmaster hand mixer Shot To Death with her family and close
friends today."
t Httvy-duty motor DELAIDE, Australia (VPI)-
La,... hml t bates $1 O04 Police armed with hunting rifle The First Lady Is expected to
/1 ThU".IIIPtHtroI. **' shot and killed two lions and a cut her birthday cake after din.
Automat, better titctorS Notes which escaped from a ..r.
S)sgNeiAM.UOT SuMKm.VII'*M h.stplv vv"eoo.teTY circus cage here Monday night
E and killed their keeper.A She planned to spend the day

third lion wan prodded putting the trimming on the gt. The Dialriiiof Eje Glass Case is !
back Into the cage by Michael ant floor-towelling Christmas sheer seamiest nylons eleganttoolA'wecniv.
and O'Comell. the lion tamer who tree at the LBJ ranchhous and twtewt leaf
pattern enhanced with Gold
TIP-TOP own* the cite... wrspptng tile family gums.As .
, AIies The big cats escaped some. In a glittering gift box Myles. unaVtay and decorated with touches *f gold
does mehkng.. aid tewKMe teethe
Urn Monday eight apparently abe traditionally, Cetrvme amen
Mrs. Johnson placed a red' cloth
The Howie of Quality rVedncti i Service because- ma*keeper they kined-decided George Hertelthe over th* BOS of a deer bead on day and dress sheers "CONTINENTAL".. IEGISTIAS IIILTOID CLUTCH '".+$.

C....., 4rh I Are. D. N.W. Ph. CT 43211Atrets to throw their food directly into the flying room wall, used u a riENCH PUlse SUO'e. *

"m. W..... He e* CIty Had the care Instead of using a tat rack, for a Rudolph !the in fashion colors D. CIGAIEnt CAse $tsoo ltlsits
sstety trapdoor feeding .,....11I.G red nosed reindeer effect. E. CIGARETTE LIGHTER ,

Secret Satellite J 150 And 165 J O.f. (KIYGAIO Net shewn) IY| GLAM CASI : SJ sits.,S*

flat t.,

Fool-1fw{ f Is Launched "'"


YANDCMJERG AFB. Csllf.
(prO A secret satelltt and
PACKAGE
PRETTIEST
*< a space probe employing a
for the Whole Family Scout combination rocket were
launched from this base Monday '-

tile Air fore reported. /,, UNDER THE TREE
SPECIAL FEATURES The secret satelUte was ,\ ,
hurled' toward polar orbit by a / \\
WEDNESDAY CANADIAN BACON Thor Agena booster about noon '
/
PST. About eight !hours later / < ( AMERICANTOURISTtR

m (
01 tile .a",'* upper' atsws

THURSDAY CORNED BEEF piers I'io' further tnformatios oa either LUGGAGE r e.,

lasnchinc was availablelesser

((4 day) & CABBAGE currant Daren** Depart- iHiyene hwes I* ten,.e seal tfM amencse rue.tf '.*tf... ,.si
oat policy.
pie, pawl ____ Swag saw toctt Met den at I on :anti' M.

CAFETERIA forcUopp ye $!a.... fttol desirei llil t reel erf .*s) n.t i*"*: EJ* fst..i

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Tuesday, Dec 22. 1964 P.,. 7 -

I Proffitt Becomes Bride Of .Mr._ Gerber ".,,,, 1 :

n
WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF !
itt :
Whit gladioli interspersed The setting was traced by a Institute wttt an Associate of
with HIM mums In pedestal baskets white wrought Iron arch entwined science Dcre

were placed before the with tern Out-of-town guests attending I,
BJ. .-...... altar of the Cntnl Miss Betty Gerber was Incharge the weddlsc awJreeepttaawec*:
Christian Church Sunday ef the bride's book. Asststtac Mr. and Mrs. Chart: J. Le-
aftsrsan when Mia Norms an hoapUsllti** wet cowlci, Ft. Lwiderdal; Mr.
j" Proffitt, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Grace Kramer, Mrs.F.T. and Mrs. Charles Mostly,
as* Mr. D. F. Proffltt, became Oiler, Mrs. Stanley Me***, Gainesville; Mr. and Mr.W.B. c
.Hw bride of Robert H. Miss Chenl 1 Dot} and Miss Deweese sad. family, ........; Wcl rtt
Oerber, MM of Mr. and Mrs. Sharon 3eiuerd. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson
C. 0. 0rb r.Sevenbranched. For her wedding trip the and famUy, Pouchkeepsle, N.Y:
candelabra bride wore a yellow wool suit Mr and Mrs. Clyde irwin, Or- ,
wltt lighted unshaded cathedral with beige accessories. After lando; Dixie irwin, Mrs. Sarah [dyed: by gILU Cuts

tapers added to the beauty of Mondatlw newlyweds will reside Shaub, Haloes City> ; Mr. and r .,,, ,'"" .,',"+w' ." ,.,,,,,.. ,, ,,*
the setting.Reserved pews were In irksonvllle"' Mrs B. E. Wheeler and children '
marked with white ribbons. The I bi i Ide W as 1963 tdvute Bartowj; Mr. and Mrs.
Vows for the Impressive of theUinter ivenHiftis! ( mn. W R, Brinson Mr and Mrs. Camellia Garden Clubbers
de Me ring ceremony were Her husband, VA p aduated In Joseph Worrell and daughters ,
read at three o'clock by the 1962 from the local high school Groveland and Mrs. Allis d
Rev. Delmar D. Debault follow and was graduated from Mar Ion Wheeler Fountain Rudy ICJ.I J
ing a program of nuptial music Decorate Rohr Home In BartowHoliday a
'by Mrs Ray Johns, vocalist,
and Mrs. R. E. Gannaway, or- ..:
ganlst. decorations for the range went.
Given In marriage fci her Rohr Home for Senior Citizens The lobby has a high beamed
brother, Glen Proffltt, the bride on the Polk County Hospital telling with four large windowsat
was radiant In a gown of imported grounds In Bartow were placed the top center and framed by
lace over mi! and taf members of the four smaller windows on each
Friday by A LOT OP PLANNING has gone Into the for the December IOtIl party Mrs.JlmMlles,
feta. The lace was embellishedwith of
Camellia Garden Club of Winter side A "Petalball" twenty
sequins. The sculptured r/"w Raven. circles of Christmas sceneswas parties for the younger set at the Lske Region who li, "worktr- on all the t> trtles. MM. John
Yacht and i. ounti t:lub during the holiday trhCtc"g; for t i w ufternoon'tevent I
bodice was fashioned with a An eight foot scotch pine Optimist centered from the ceiling
season. Working on decorations here, left to aid: Mrs. Funk J Mexamlei. who is a
! Sabrina neckline and long of each
tapering Club Christmas tree was In the center Urge
right, Mr*. George Kendrick, who a hosle,,;. hostess for tonltnt's party.nAge .
sleeves. The
three tiered
-
placed In the main lobby for the window In varying lengths
bouffant skirt swept Into achapellength re.ldent.enjoyment.Traditional A single gold glittered candle
train.Her finger d decorations and trim with was placed In the center of the Yacht Club Tee, Parties
tip length veU of silk Illusion tights covering the tall tree arrangement and flanked by Miss Rogers
was held by a crown of pearls. were used In completing the seven pine cones gilded and ,
The bride carried a bouquetof r ra tree decor. The gifts for the placed at vantage points In the One party after another Is 7:30: until 11.30 p.m.
taking pUce. this holiday season Music for dancing will be by
white orchids with hand- circular
residents made by club members arrangement placed on
sequined lace leaves. for the men and womenOf the round coffee table.The yuletide In the Teen Room of the Lake the "Starflrea"Guests are permitted Mr. Chandler
Mrs. Charles J. Lekowlcc of flowers In Jeweled decorated creation was accented by Region Yacht and Country Club. and reservations are a
This afternoon four
Ft. Lauderdale was matron of salad dressing bottles and small grape sprays, styofoam balls grades entertained: must.
honor. She wore a gown of blue baby food jars were decorated and punk tree seed pods all five and six were Teen room hours are usually
chiffon over taffeta, complemented simply outside and contained a sprayed gold and framing the with a gale party from three 6i30 to 11 p.m. on Friday and
blue accessoriesand and to four-thirty.There were games one to eleven p.m. onSaturdays VowsMr.
by varied number of different centerpiece overhanging on Exchange
and prizes, and Christmas and Sundays. During the Christmas -
a cascading bouquet of pink + scenes. Artistic Christmas arrangements the sides were sprigs of greenery.
carnations. were made by club- gins for all, as well as delicious holidays today, tomorrow,
Juda Norman was flower girl A members working In groups to Large red plastic bows with goodies for the youngstersto the 19th and 30th, the hours will and Mrs Vamp Rogersannounce
and wore a frock ofblu.polished be placed at various vantagepoints long streamers centered with enjoy. be from on to eleven p.m. the marriage of their
cotton sateen and a blue vel In the main lobby.A sprays of holly and red berries Hostesses were Mrs.HerbertA. The lounge will t* closed daughter, Marilyn Frances, to
vet headpiece. She carried satin h. white Madonna framed with were used on the matching Pollard Jr. and Mrs Jim Christmas Eve and ChristmasDay Robert Oliver Chandler Jr.,son
streamers with blue flower i kf a styofoam circle covered by swags hanging from lanterns Miles.A New Years Eve and New of R. O. Chandler of Lau: Gal-
Y tiny leaves and gilded was on either side of the main entrance dance, for grades seven, rears Day.Guild lie, and Mrs Barbara Shank of
buds.Mrs.. Proffltt chose for her the focal point for the arrangements Five green Christmas eight and nine will be held tonight Santa Anna, Calif.
daughter's wedding a twopiecesuit placed on the TV net balls extended from the holly from 7i30 to 10:30 with
music being presented by the"Penetrations. The simple, double 'lDecn.mon
blue lace taffeta seed wheat downward towards the
of royal over Gold sprayed pods, sprays ." Casual dressIs Has Party was solemnized Friday
with which she used black :. magnolia and sea grape leaves tips of the red bow. ,
to be by the members In the chapel of the FIrstChrl.tlan
; worn
Polnsettlas In various sites
and of : of the ,
accessories a corsage form the background
The annual Christmas partyof Church ot Winter
and their guests.A
white orchids.Mrs. creation. A spray of IS gold holly and flower sprays all glided -
Guild was heldat
"Santa Claus Party" Is St. Joseph's Haven, with the Rev James
mother of the In were placed In a gold
Gerber, roses are gracefully placed afternoon Father Anderson Hell recently officiating
for tomorrow Barnett
bridegroom, wore Alencon lace front of the Madonna the lower basket for the arrangement on planned at two o'clock This Is for the with St. Jude's Circle In
over satin with pearl-beige accessories w F level and the entire arrangement the upright piano. Gold beadson tots school age charge of the decorations.The After a short wedding trip
tiny pre
_ andacorsageof white Is placed on a blanket of straight wires Intermlnged third and stage was transformedto to Daytona Beach, the newlyweds -
the trade
orchids. ,..,. ,Jill' .. .Fft'I.! 'IIti'f' ,S..... Angel Hair, among gold Christmas balls through members Bethlehem with background will reside at 131 Sixth
for only.
William Gerber served as The apothecary jar at the provided the accent points and street In Jan Fhy Village.
In his of a painted scene of the Holy
GERBER will
appearance
MRS. ROBERT H. Santa put
Ushers small china fillers for the arrangement.
brother. held
best man for his Nurses Station and will be loaded with City The native trees and life toae.a'If
Bert Gerber another of the Christ Child Green holiday balls were used
were figurines
for all the like figures of the Holy family
brother, and Van Madden.A Woman's Prayer Band Enjoys Holiday Party Mary and Jo.ephplaced on a bed as the focal point and Urge red toys children.and Other candy special entertainment were depicted.
reception was held In the of silver glittered cotton. The candles were placed on either has also been plannedby The guests enjoyed playing 1ft Doabt
social hall where the Gifts exchanged created by using an side flanking the arrangement.
church Members and guests of the winner. were background the hostesses, Mrs. John H. word games and refreshments
bride's table was overlaid witha Woman's Missionary Prayer and Secret Pals were revealed. angel cut from Christmas paper Mrs. Bishop Jones was In Mrs. Van erturh John- were served tom I table appointed hat! to 11'+ "
white nylon net cloth over Band of First Alliance church Mrs Glenn Adams served al overlooking the nativity Scene charge of the project and assisting Gray stone, Jr. and Mrs Jim Miles In the traditional colors about &II
blue satin. The three-tiered were feted at a gala Christmasparty the punch bowl and Mrs Corns with clear blue plastic completed and decorating and placing A big semi-formal dance Is of red and green Punch wararved
wedding cake was flanked by Friday evening at the Lambert poured coffee when refreshments the sky background. The the artistic arrangements were slated fur the senior high school In a Urge crystal punch
lighted tapers in__candelabra.. home of president, Mrs. of assorted Christmas top of the Jar was glittered with Mrs. Stuart Sealover Mrs. and college students for next bowl with .".pelldtcllc'rings of
t Hazel V.) Welch and her daughter cookies, fruit cake, homemade silver and greenery was usedto Howard Wells, Mrs. Richard Tuesday December 18th, from holly and candy canes. The uit have ,the answer
Mrs. W. Fred Schopke, nut Judge, and sugared encircle the base of the ar- Noll and Mrs.. 0. D, Bridges. main table In the hall was decorated -
PRESTIGE Jr., in Lake Alfred. nutmeats were served. with a Christmas cloth to your proWcm..
i The party rooms were beautifully Guests were Mesdames Em- Around The Town and topiary trees. Finger sandwiches -
decorated In a color ory Dill Junior King,KatherlneSeifert cookies, stints and pecan
scheme of red green and silver ClaudJ-Oreen, C. Lames tortes were served. The
I with the focal point a shimmerIng bert, Jack Seay, Harry Rohrer Haigler Family Is Arrivingfor Christmas guest tattle WM adorned with\
EMBLEM silver Christmas tree sur- Julia Starr, Joe Norris, D. H. handmade wire Christmas trees
i i THIS rounded by many gaily wrapped Bullock A. Wendell Adams W. laden with tinsel and tiny balls.
, : packages. Baskets of red poinsettias Host, G. Adams, Walter Sell- Lt. Col. and Mrs. S. V. Haigler Jr and family, Jare i Ann Steven head Chuck The party ended with the p1T

I were used at vantage grin, a B. McGarvey, W. H. expected to arrive tomorrow to spend Christmas with. the former's mother, group singing Christmas
: points, while the mantel held a Devon, Martha Burroughs, W. carols ,1115
nativity scene, red candles ands F. Schopke, Sr., Albert Miller, Mrs. S. V Haigler Col.! Haigler Is station at Han Idol ph Air .Fore HUM. ,

lighted cathedraL The refreshment Herbert S. Sackett, Barnes, J. Tex.
., table, laid with a Tlkel, Helen King and Misses (Ill Omega Alumnae Assort
,.: Christmas cloth, was centered Mildred Sackett, M. E. Holde- Easlgn and Mrs. Otll hock According to offklal announcement Gary Blounl, Ihmpltal. Corpsman silos will hold III holiday
man and Evelyn Sackett. from the Dean of USX. has just returnedto Inn:'hiNHi December Join: st
: identifies with an arrangement In red and are here from Pensacola for
yourIL: lighted by red candles in silver a holiday visit with their ami the College Mist Mary Jean the slate from Operation the Lake Kriiion Yacht and
candelabra. Table appointmentswere lid, Mr. Md Mrs Merrill Bentley has been chosen a Steel Pikr In Spain .'W Is ('".."tt) i tun All area i hi. 7tkPRECHRISTMAS
WELCOME WAGON : In silver. The guests were Grafton end Mr. and Mrs representative of LynchbumCollege now home 'm hews II, will Om lib art invited, Idservstlono
I seated at Individual tables covered New Arrivals Ray Hock. Lynchburg. Virginiain be leaving in two wevk for must' 'U mad with Mm .
SPONSORS. : with red cloths and centered Who s Who Among StudentsIn Puerto taco where he will 1 INTalatiowd ,folio tray ('Y I "J1I. ,>r with
with Christmas candles. and the t lub by tomorrow
: American Colleges
Brace Pellllo Is home from
'I .
A short program was given the University of Florida for Universities This richly deserved
: /firms of pre.tigr in the : beginning with a carol sing with a holiday visit with his family honor one receives be
: businvM and UVK life of : Mrs G. Blair McGarvey as accompanist. gauss of scholarship, leadership
A ,"HaU tot eKing" clUien-
: your communityFoe poem J. l>. Jones has arrived In campus life
: was given by Mrs Del In the college community
ship
: information roll from the University of South
Bullock and the Christmasstory
Columbia, to spend and promise of future useful'Re's
Carolina In
was read by Mrs.Schopke.
Miss Bentley,
294-2989 : Each lady present was given d f Christmas holidays with hU to society
: Nrv of Mr. and Mrs E.
'' three paper napkins and pins and parents. Mr and Mrs Taft daughter Glenn Bentley, expects to be 1 1PRICE
model hat Jones
told to design and a
grsrxlusled January 21, with
and the winner would be decided
Mr and Mn. Demos I. a DA dVgrn' In elementary
Had
bi the applause given. Mr ssd Mrs. W. Wig-
lilli' The three Judges, Mrs. Mc Msssey are the! parrot of s glee Jr have returned from education.
Garvey, Mrs Katherine Seifert daughter! burn at 2 OS p.m Atlanta Ca, where they joined .
: and Mrs. Schopke were agreed yesterday In the Winter Haven the letter's p.rMMr.. Mrs. Helen hasty and son, /2 'SALE
that Mrs, Helen King was the Itosp.tal tie baby weighed and Mrs, Tom Powell of Graeme, on leave from the
seven pounds three and a half Smyrna Tenn. for the wedding Nary. are spending the boll'
ounces. of their cousin days In Minneapolis Minn
with the former sister. Mrs
WHY PAY MORE? A daughter was born at JU: .
S/8gt. William J. Gerber II Ralph ttsgkty. snd family
s,m. today In the local hospital Christmas Decorations
OUTLET 'be .. Mr. ud Mrs D. E. Fere home from the US Air Force Styrofoam
SItopph., at S,.rlle SUPER cos to Mrs tails fikidmere Is ,la
Academy in Colorado Springs,
The baby weighed seven Chicago, 1U for a holiday visIt -

LAST 4 DAYS TCUI pounds ounces. twelve at birth.and threequsrler Colo with Mrs C hi.to 0 spend parents Gerber the. Mr holidays sad In law with, her Mr son and lid Mrs daughter Louis, Reindeers Sleighs, Reg. 3.15 up

Mr and Mrs Jsmes Hardy fckldmore I rill' other' son Churches Noels

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING art the proud parents of a Mr snd Mrs. Robert D. Philip, of New York, Is joining

ton John Dunlap born Saturday llsye Jr, are arriving today them for the holidays Bells Wreaths

LADIU' LAOIU' LADIU' night In the Lakeland to spend the week with the Clocks
DUSTERS SKIRTS General Hospital The baby I tatter's parents. Mr and Mrs Ms). sad Mrs. .wale. D.
SHOES who Is also being welcomed Spsrkman Ball They wiO return Ca.I*ll and children, Dean. ( up

F.IIe hash Were 1.91 L 4." Al'' w... FlualWt.e liy s sister Beth and s broth Sunday to Portmouth Cindy Wayne and Hull arrived Tree Decorations
M..d ..r Billy, tipped the ..cake at Ohio where Mr Hayes has last Aia/it Irons Sslias
1.27 2.97 N. .67 eight pounds and seven ounces recently been transferred Ran to spend the holidays

1 with Mrs Campbell mother BALLS . . . . ......... .. ... .... see lOc
Yewsq Lady, li9 Staler, Mri Dalley W. Morelsnd.


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; LADIU' First (f'Mltty LADIES' a;._ .*' "" resident, will .leave today I*

f SEAMLESS CENTRAL STOLES return to ft Smith, A/I aftera LIGHTS . . . . .. ...... .. .. ... ..*.I,tl s* 95c u F
BRAS NYLONS Pajamas \ letWe VM SMw4 *.*. COMPAII visit here with friends, Mr
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Page Eight WINTER HAVrN" DAILY NEWS CHIEF--WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Tuesday, December 22,, 1964


College Students Begin Rep. Halleck Good Heiress Condition Is In

I

Rebuilding Negro Church Fights To Gloria mother LOS of ANGELES Morgan heiress Gloria Veaderbilt.(UPQ. Van- 4SpS A44 IP

derbUt and widow of Reginald Can
RIPLEY Miss. (UPI) The Von Kent Is part of a l i.roup C. Vanderbilt, was reported In h F 9
youth stood against a backdrop of do-it-yourself church udders "molt satisfactory" condition
I of hustling college students which had adopted the tint) of PositionWASHINGTON today In Cedars of Lebanon
stacked lumber and charred "CarpeMer for Chrfsl nies." Keep Hospital.
ground Composed ot about 25 college:* Attendants said Mrs. Vender-
"Some of us were In Missis* students, mainly from Obertln bill was Improving nicely. She
slppi when the church burned," College(Ohio: ), three professorsand (UPI) Indt. was admitted to the hospital
Saw Joe Von Korff a 18-year- a Negro' contractor, the ana's Rep. Charles A. Halleck, Dee. S and underwent surgery
old collegian from Minneapolis, group plans to spend Its Christ.mae an "old pro" with :SO years ex.perlence Dec. IS on an artery that carries
Minn. "We thought It would bea vacation rebuilding the An. in the political wars, blood from the heart.
good Christmas project to r*. tloch Baptist Church today came out battling against y
build it." The church, one of about 40 t r a I drive to unseat him as House GOLDEN WEDDING: F
houses of worship either dam. Republican leader. GRAYSHOTT England! (UP) N .
U Of F Students aged or destroyed by tire in Applying the weapons at -Mr, and Mrs. R. Meade-Klng '
Mississippi during the past six r hand, the 64.year.old Halleck celebrated their 50th wedding ilNGS
Face FacultyFor months, went up In names last was reported checking his bank. anniversary today. Meade-Klng
Oct. 11. Used as a "freedom roU of political credits and call. is the fifth member of his family .
house" in a summer voter registration Ing In old loans. Of these he In successive generations to
Rioting drive, the church had has plenty outstanding, having have celebrated a golden wed.
been the scene of a mass civil done favors at one time or an. ding.
GAINESVILLE (UPI) Unl. rights meeting a few hours be other for most of the 120 re.
verslty of Florida students still tore Its destruction turning COP members and for
facing faculty action for their Korff a cochairman of the at least some of the 20 electedfor
part In a Dec. S riot may have rebuilding project was in Mississippi the first time on Nov. S. MAICO
their Chrl.tmll.plrlt dampenedby when the Incident \
hap. (
HELPS YOU HEAR
the punishment handed 22 In addition, an associate said I' ,
pened. He and several other Halleck was considering nanuIng 9 0 THE THINGS VW !\,
other offenders.
Oberlin students returned to the '
.
The university announced as "assistant Republicanleader" :Z WANT TO HEAR ... "
and t
school organized a fund. :\
Monday it expelled one student raising campaign for construe ,4 a popular member of 3 BETTER! '
and handed out stiff terms of tlon material. : the COP group plotting to ar. "
for range Halleck's replacement.
suspension or probation The entire Oberlln student
most of the others. body donated cash to financethe Beneficiary of this move w
The action was approved by would be Melvin
project many giving up Rep. R. Laird
university president J. Wayne their lunch money. Christmas HIGH SCHOOL SANTAS -- Rob Hut and Pam Cooney get set to lug a big box of toys, cloth. R.WIS. The Intended victim Maico Hearing Aid Service
Reitz on recommendations of cards and church greetings also Ing and food to the FFA truck for delivery to the American Legion for Christmas distribution would be Rep. Gerald R. Ford,
the faculty disciplinary commit. were sold In Ohio to raise to needy families Other Winter Haven High School young people work with the boxes which were R.Mich., the Sl.year.old "new Anderson Drug Store Winter Haven
tee.More funds.A collected in each home room last week. face" candidate tapped by the Mr. G. C. Hesrn, Consultant-Thursdeys 9 to 12
students come up before group of "carpenters" then conspirators to take Halleck's Bstteriei AceMorti Repair Service
the committee following the wu organised on the Oberlin Dundee ChurchTo Robert Roosa Job. MAIN OFFICI IS W flue Dewitew Origne'e
Christmas vacation period. The Burch Within
campus and It was Joined by
offenders all were Involved In the three professors and BurrellL. Gets Award Some members believe
demonstrations which broke out Present Laird's elevation to a new postIn
Scott a Negro mason contractor WASHINGTON (UPI!) The
the COP would take much of
after Florida's football victory
over Sugar DowUbound Louisiana from Cleveland. Two Votes Of Living NativityThe Treasury Department has pre the steam out of Ford's drive WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
Traveling th 800 miles by
*, tented Its highest award to Rob. against Halleck.
State, and a basketball 4 PM to 8 PM ONLY
automobile, the "carpenters"arrived ert V. Roosa undersecretary
,
victory on top of that. In this small northeast Christmas story Is belni for monetary affairs who Is Laird and Ford are close
Mississippi town In two groups presented tonight and tomorrow leaving to enter private busl friends Laird was not available SIRLOIN STEAK
night by the Dundee Methodist
IDEA FROM TVBIRMINGHAM Sunday and Monday. MajorityWASHINGTON ness. for comment on the report he
The volunteers were housed Youth. might be offered a post on the
Eng (UPI)- ROOM received the Alexander
George Walters 21, has beencharged with Negro families In the rural The group will present i Hamilton Award named for the Halleck team. Neither was Hal.
with attempting to area and began work Immediately (UPI) Re. "Living Nativity" and pageant first treasury secretary, at a leek, who has confined his pub. Dinner. 97"PLUS
In full color. The scenes will
lie statements to the fact that
publican National Chairman
murder his wife by connecting on rebuilding the church. ceremony Monday where Treasury .
Dean Burch, battling to hold be mostly with live animals. he Is running for reelectionand
an electric wire to a door han. Negro member of the congregation Secretary Douglas Dillon
die, an Idea he got from a television earlier had started workon his Job claims he already has Christmas music will be play. praised him for his four years' figures to win on his rec.
program the project. lined up all but two of the ed during the pageant &\orv'! '!',. ord. A pass to the Haven Dale
The group is resigned to a votes he needs on the COP National The "Living Nativity"will be
S Yl i spartan Christmas. Committee. presented each night beginning For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3 139r Drive-In Theatre.Now .
at 7 o'clock on the east lawn
"We'll miss not being with Burch met with newsmen
Showing "UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE"TOUCHTON
:
of the Dundee Methodist Church
GIFTS rketeAfcetterlet our families, of course," Von briefly Monday after conferringwith
Korff said. "But we felt this Sen. Barry M. Coldwater Everyone throughout the surrounding
was something certainly worth. Rep William E, Miller and communities Is Invited
owe I DRUG STORENORTH
Mel Camera fc TV while. Most jot us hope to find other Republican leaden at to attend. I
f01 *rk. NW Winter H.... time to visit our families next Goldwater's Washington apart. : WINTEI HAVEN
month." ment for most of the day. SHOP WINTER HAVEN Bagwell Building Supply Rya GAT SHOWNG CINTEK.

He said he "certainly hoped"he
could survive a showdownover
his chairmanship at the
Jan. 22 national committee -

NOTICEWe meeting In Chicago. He said he ., .. ...
felt he had 05 of the 87 com. Yv f i wri :
mlttee votes he needs to sur. .
'
vlve the ouster move, with an. <
:,
other 18 to :SO votes "assalla.
will be closed from "w t,*> rWE
ble, There are 132 membersOf ., .
Nat (
i *
the committee t ,..LAG Itln. d'71fn' '1' "+ Mbh".t rStti
6 p.m. Thursday till 7 a.m. Durch laid he and Coldwater i 5th ,1 f t; .,
"didn't get Into a head count"of


Monday. port.they committee could"I certainly count votes hope on they for I could sup felt -T.;;;; ;:

survive a showdown vote." he

Please pick up all lay- added.
The embattled chairman said
he was working on a letter to
aways before 6 p.m. Christmas be sent to committee members +w to ;-
containing his "analysis of the M171h
Eve. situation as far as the chair.
manshlp |oes."

In addition to Ms strategy
MERRY CHRISTMAS sessions with Burch and Miller
a former COP chairman Gold.
water also conferred with Rep.
Bob Wilson, Calif., the House
GOP Campaign Committee
chairman, and Sen. Thruston B. '
Morton Ky., the Senate cam. lllblllll _
ILLAGE palm chairman. o

Miller told newsmen after one A G'O
M
ImliImmIB session that the consensus was
that Burch should be retained
Cypress Garden Read is chairman I If he is able towing
even a "maJority of one''
of the national committee.

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December 22, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NFWS-CHIEP-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Nine;




World Series Golf Made Official; Sports Short Miami, Lakeland


I In W. Haven



PGA To Take Over $50,000- Event grind bellies While to In a meet half WIlIer sports during Have the ac- Skiers ChampsIn


Christmas and New Yean
Golf will have an official annual Arnold Palmer baa been in
Holidays, tP .begin (o-
World Series beginning In All-American
the World Series of Golf all leg fun blest again early
of IMS.
September
three )years but baa never been
in January.
The Profe"lonalOo&r.r.A.- able to win this event or a
oclation announced that It will PGA dumplarrklpis1962Gary Grade school, Junior By HOB IIIVILANDNr I ypr.'aa Gardens th"I,11 i II m

run a World Series of Golf Player completed against Julius high and high school, and '" (hr *port toHorI : ners announced after alit

very year which will match the Boros and Bob Charles tor the junior calks basketball t I nidi Uavensond of Miami day and Sunday ('mnn u |' niln

winners of the four top golf $75,000 in price money. are on.,he schedule. and Y',.nll''" Does of Lakeland included Joker Ovborn ,>It l ,

tournaments of the year--the Nlcklaus did not qualify in The Winter Haven Blue i zu and HIP yprees Garden ski press Uetxleni in the m<'n
Masters PGA British and U.S. 1964 for( the World Series of Devil tigers swing back 1 !, ar team posted clean sweeps in vulon. Elizabeth Allan of t < >",

Opens."This event will be Golf not winning any of the into action Jan, S when the ninior girls and bay divl.ions lando la the wonun, tin isum

by the Professional recognized Golfers- major tournaments. Palmerwas they take on Tampa Iblli- yesterday en their way and Bob McGet uf Canada u.,

Association as their official back via his Masters victory borough here The Polk ell 0 rdl|| honors in the 14th the sensor mews livuiou

World Series"announced War- playing against Lema,Ken Junior College will face annul American Water
Venturt and Bobby Nichols but Orlando Junior College ALL.AMERICAN RESULTS
at CypreanI. '
ren Cantrell president of the failed in his bid for Ski hamptonshiiM .....
again topmon.y. here Jan. 11 In the first $, <)>
PGA. 1.II'IIt'II8.Mi. .
1 111. Anlurmnu. Mi xi,-"
Television producer WalterScbwlmmeq Lema winning by five- of three straight home en. a a t4,a.: Fink Stun!
stroke margin. gagement .. Leavvnswnd awl Does 9''//1 Kru-- Jitikw.n MNI>. I IHo "
the who originated The prize money won by won "dalem, trkks, and jump- ,'. JmitplR
Idea of the World Series TONY LEMA Nicklaus and Lema In the World HIM m their retpcttta divi I Mlk'' rinkTWII .
of
Golf signed an agreement Series did not count In official 11.E AMunanu
with the PGA to "re- W4 Series Winner sum. 3 Y I I--I-I ,,
HtnK"M n 1 i-
earnings and there are no plans Back In the final I ew>t of the
lease proprietorship rights" to by the PGA at present to make Michigan J. il., It.,', Ov.r.Orunkit
Tito Antuflanoof
division
the event to the PGA over a set the year's top golfers to determine World Series money part of wee .A Miy'a 1 lk"> l.k.. I"wl
Mexico placed second In J Tom HIUIUI, Jr J. k."n MHub.
period of time The PGA under who Is the world's the official earnings. But the -'IIA .""" -- :- vmllcrown ::1 I ,,i K. .'I*,'un. Wim.i II ,
the *
terms of the long term agree- champion it should be under ins total prize money offered to the n1 ... ., '. jumping to earn
At ... '. UI.
The Antunano won .I.t luMr
ment will take over the Top Sunday
World aegis of golfs highest ruling four golfers in the World Series :- "" .4 I 'milk!" Us.s
"
Series of Golf under its official body. will go up to $77,500 Instead of ..: ; thr buy'i ilakmi and trkkt J Tall. Krulwl, Jr
sponsorship and the event will "As I conceived the event, it $75,000' offered previously. ,.... : .. Mike rink of Miami shadowed v Ih''luii iMi Miami
be played annually the first NEW YORK (UPO-Pre-sea* would be to golf what the World additional money will be addedto u,' v Junior Trl.k.Kimtki.
weekend after Labor Day. son favorite Michigan Is back all the winningthe I 1.10..
Series is to baseball and theN the third prize making It way
The name of the event will be F. 1.. championship playoffis $7,500' Instead of the previous at the top of the United Press DORIAN WARFIELD.. Sarwota.. kick. up a wall of spray buy'a Jumped and placing. a MM lie.. l.1 I'.n..nmi 80..11.,01, 1
given special exclusivity the International major college basketball competition In the I4tti annual A -AmarlcafWater ,
by to football Schwlmmer $5,000. Second prize remains during Sunday's second overall a Total KIUPH Jr
PGA to protect the Identity of said. "I think that with the $15,000 and fourth prize at $5,- ratings today after a Ski Tournament at Cypress Cardans. Over 60 skiers entered the Lorrle ll*",es of Miami took ..,,1.. s.y. Jmrl.a
the World Series of Golf. PGA controlling rights to the one week absence three-day meet which ended yesterday with the junior division. second ovi-rall In the girl's I Fresh. 0.-..
In taking over the WorldSerles World Series of Golf and listing 000.In case a player wins two of The Wolverines,dethroned for clans placing second! In tricks a IUn.1) South IVim Talk,
a week by Wichita regained a l I.ny Lark Miami
of Golf the PGA retained and describing it as Its the top tournaments an alternate lalorn.
the No. 1 In a confront and jumping and third In .... ',
Schwlmmer as executive position I. ''''' OvrruMI
producer own official World Series on Its plan for the World Series -
tation of the nation's top two Bowl Bound LSU I.Inil* Ur.\Hmuutl., MIHMIIl
of the TV aspects of the regular schedule each year of Golf has been tor the Sugar While Dves easily won firstIn l".riln II..... Miami! '
teams Dec. 14. Michigan
event and be will continue to what began as Itel.vl.lon.vent defending champ to complete the on 3 I linta Aii.lln TroMiii. I IJmilw I ,,, i "
handed Wichita its first loss bya junior buys overall thttlt'll 5.1,1' htaUmI
handle TV production and net- will become golfs most Impor- foursome, the PGA has not determined >
.
slim 87-8S margin and pushedthe for second place was' I Lila l. v *fWKl
work arrangements tant dates." whether the alternate 1 l.llida AluIlMI. .
For the PGA the World Series The World Series of Golf as plan will be continued but if It Shockers Into the runnerup Has Reasons For WinBATON wide" open Tony Krupa Jr of :,1, I.,"in.' II.,w.t

of Golf will mean a substantial originated by Schwimmer began is in 1965, Tony Lema as defending spot.Michigan received 21 first Jackson MiM, was' third in I I lid.!Junior I I."al" *otrl'i*..eo.dJ TrlrktI .
increase In revenue Immediately in 1962 as a match pitting t ewinners champ would qualify for tricks and second In slalom I 1..,,,,. llrvM
and eventually as the event of the top four tournaments the World Series In case any place votes from the UPI Boardof ROUGE La. (UPI) The defense, carrying on the 10 gain second overall. Junior. ...lrl'. 4>m,l"fI
325 I imlii l
Coaches and totalled I imsoodl
grows in importance on the golf against each other for a golfer won two of the Big Four Seventh-ranked LoutsU traditional Chinese bandit I Veatl''''')''i event brought 2 l tort Ii' livers
calendar could prove to be Its $50,000 first prize, golf richest tournaments. points. Wichita was second volesfor on ana State University goes Into fierceness, held everrtnty but I clone the three-day meet at ::1 Jim Lonvmseud
both counts with
most lucrative single source of single purse. It was playedat While the World Series of seven the Sugar Bowl against Syra. Florida and Alabama to one,, -- '
earnings. the Firestone Country Clubin Golf was on the NBC-TV network the top spot and 295 points.Minnesota ruse New Year's Day with two Touchdown. Tiger defensive srsslsaw.etr. ....
of threeunbeaten
)
Schwimmer released rights Akron Its first three years In color its first three (5.0), one the elite, special reasons for winning units will provide a rigid .lest Need Money For Christmas?
to the World Series of Golf to and it will remain at this site years the future network plans among The Tigers want to make up for Syracuse's tremendous run. I"--t
of
the PGA "because this eventin according to Schwimmer. have not been completed at edged Into third place ahead for an embarrassing 20.6 loss fling barks, Jim Name and ",
actuality belongs to the golfers Winners of the World Seriesof present. The 1963 sponsors of San Francisco (5'.)) by downing while to Florida In the last game of Floyd Utile, especially aroundthe M 3C3L wrn ,-

onr-the pro circuit and loins Golf were Jack Nicklaus In the World Series of Golf were a tough Utah State squad the season, a game played aft goal line. tr
Hawaii In See
PGA," he said. "Since It Is in 1962 and 1963 and Tony Lema Zenith Radio Corp.,KaMer Jeep the Dons tripped week Both ter they accepted the bowl Invitation LSlfS offense !I. a bigger It The Men Te

essence the summit meeting of 1964. Corp. and United Airlines their only game last and which dropped question mark. Against a team AT ..: '.
of first place
a pair
picked up their record to '721. like Syracuse which has sur. :
mentions.Defending. LSU also needs a New Or. rendered two touchdowns per ACCEPTANCECORPORATION "....

I Nebraska Shoots For 3rd Straight Bowl Win champion UCLA leans victory January t to game, the Tigers might deveU!
whose only loss came In thelIason' make up for a series of bad op the scoring punch they've
opener extended Its Bowl lacked so often.Quarterbarks .
showings In Sugar games '
BROWNSVILLE Tex (UPI) Junior quarterback Fred er In the Big Eight track meet winning streak to five while. The Tigers have appeared In Pat Screen and OF FLORIDA i-

Nebraska's Cornhuskers :Duda of Chicago a slick opera last year, topped Cornhuskerand taking the Milwaukee Inv"Ilioel the Sugar Bowl sit times Billy Etell running backs Joe
sporting back.to.back Big Eight I tor of the pass-run option league scoring with 74 and solidified Its fifth They lost five of the games, Labruszo and Don Schwab and t r.MpAel ''HUt lOW lOW MVMINIS'ASH "

titles for the first time on 30 I around whom the offense was points on 12 touchdowns and a place ranking with two first two by big margins, and were flanker back and place kicker j l4 (ASPS II fA'" 12
years will be gunning for their 1 built, was sidelined for the year two-point conversion.But place votes. unimpressive In their only vie. Doug Moreau make up a po. '" ...1 wnu 'It G.' III...., .". eat enM.
third consecutive bowl triumph with a severe leg fracture earlyIn the player who most eas. Duke gained undisputed possession tory. tvntlally explosive offensive UOOOO'U40'400'OU'OO'IW ns N \ aSilloois

when they meet unbeaten Arkansas : the third game. fly captured the Imagination of of sixth place when last It was against this back. man!: Ina, ios. l'OOUJOJ"'illX'
In the Cotton Bowl Jan Into his spot went sophomoreBob the fans was the fullback 133. week's co-holder, Vanderbllt, ground that LSU Athletic Dlrec. Tilt many lung drives faltered ) Snu.1/11? nl n..n m1W II ,1.., .

1. Churchlch of Omaha who pound Frank Soiled of suffered Us second straight loss tor Jim Corbett told new.m.nlut within the enemy SO and Mor. LOANS IN nvete AMOUNiI Oi COI I II1iti
The 'Huskers are continuing proceeded to set a school rec. Cleveland Ohio. Undoubtedly and dropped from the first 10. month that they could ex. eau had to be called In to .I!. HAROLD rOLLOCK. aryl Aai OMPAIASI,
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their Cotton Bowl preparations ,ord when he passed for 193 the smallest fullback at I maJor Si 1. Louis was up a notch to pect a good LSU showing in wage three points from the ". It. .... .. aoseow zee ve J
here prior to shifting closer to yards This was also good college, Solicit led Nebraska seventh and Indiana (8..)) advanced the coming Sugar Bowl drives He connected on II I 'AY .11111(1
of the for the In with 444 and from 10th to eighth McClendon'scurrent field goals, helping him to win
Dallas a few days ahead enough Big Eight pass. runners yards Charley WINTER HAVEN.293 2194PreHoliday
ST. N.W.
913) 6th
game. Ing crown. Churchlck completed averaged S.1 per try. His most Illinois and Davidson were tiger team has the potential. the Southeastern Conference -
Two years ago Nebraska 54 of 102, including seven which spectacular moment came when new members of the upper scoring chsmplonshlp with 7J
edged Miami of Florida led by .went for touchdowns. he returned a kickoff 89 yards echelon In ninth and 10th points

quarterback George Mlra 36.34in Senior halfback Kent Me:. for S touchdown against Okla. places, respectively Tickets Remain ----

the Gotham Bowl. They followed I Cloughan a gold medal sprint. homa State

up a year ago by beat.. Team (5.1)Podia
13.7' in the Orange 1. Michigan ((21) ( ) Check.
ing Auburn ,
Safety
2. Wichita (7) (5.1)) 2S5 ..
Bowl.
The Cornhuskers were selected Indiana Irish 3. Minnesota(2)(5.0) 208 For Gator Bowl
Stops
to meet Arkansas while 4. San Francisco: (2) J-0)) 11

sporting a (.0 record which was S. UCLA ((2)(1.1)) ( 171 JACKSONVILLE Almost

changed to a 9.1 mark when the e. Duke (5.1)) 114 1,000 tickets remain for the 10th
Oklahoma Sooners thrashed the '7. St. Louis ((5.1) 105 annual Gator Bowl football game

Nebraskans in their final game, Nebraska Bradley Win I. Indianae-O()) 8S between Florida State and Oklahoma.
.. Illinois (6.1) IS
notched two
177. The Sooners .
10. Davidson ((5.1) 61
touchdowns In the 1 a s t seven The announcement was made 3-WAY
minutes of play. By United Press International gon, 92-SI, behind the hot handsof Second 10-11, Vanderbilt 87; by GB President AshVerlsnder
After he lost 11 players from Undefeated Indiana has bewildered Jeff Simmons and Ron Paradls. 11 (tie) St. John's (N.Y J. Si. after all tickets were returned

his 1963 squad who were good seven opponents this Simmons collected 20 points Joseph's (PA), VUlanova 44 from the competing schools by
enough to be given pro contracts season and you could say the and Paradls 15 but the Ducks' IS, Tennessee (1) 10; 16 (tie) the Dec. II deadline.
Coach Bob Devaney did. Hoosiers had them seeing dou Jim Barnett took scoring honors Kentucky and Utah t; II (lie) "This is a great sale so far SERVICE

n't have too much trouble con ble. with 32.CIncIMatl. Brigham Young New Mexico and I am sure we will have i
wincing people be needed a rebuilding : crushed Denver, and Colorado State, I. .sellout" said Verlander.
The mirror twins, Tom and 99 64 -- be obtained
year. Some said De. as sophomore reserveKen Tickets can
vaney who owns the best Dick Van Arsdtle, have been Calloway came off the bench GOOD NEWS/ through the mall from the Gator

winning record among active double trouble for Indiana foes' to Ignite I sputtering Bearcats LOS ANGELES (UPO For Bowl Association, 11 E.Fouth
major college coaches((63.14.S), Including Monday night's 107-81 attack midway In the first half. Los Angeles Laker Coach Fred St., Jacksonville, FU. Mall $6 SPECIAL !
would have settled for a 6.4 victim Notre Dame. Calloway and teammate Don Schaus "Santa Claus came for each ticket and 13 cents

record this year. The eighth-ranked) Hoosiers Rotes shared scoring honors early" because Rudy LaRusso's handling fee for the order.

But prior to the opening of enjoyed a 12-polnt advantage at with 17 points. fractured vertebra which was FSU's Seminoles plan to
the season, a ball-dozen of the halftime awl never allowed the Dave Schellhase and Bob expected to hive sidelined him motor to Jacksonville from
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squad's outstanding players told Irish to come close after Inter Purkhlser accounted for 67 six weeks, has been discovered their Tallahassee home on Deo.
an interviewer from United mission. Indiana's tonecourtpress points u Purdue staged a second to be an old Injury and ne will 30. Oklahoma will make a long
Press International they felt forced Notre Dame Into half comeback that wipedout probably return to action trip of It, arriving in Jacksonville $
other teams were taking Ne. 21 bsU-handling errors as the a 20-polnt deficit to defeat Wednesday against Phlla braska too lightly. Hoosier offense put five men Ohio University, '7973. phla. p.m. on Dee. tt
Into double figures. Includingthe The Iowa Hawkeyes broke a Tickets are also on sale for ALL 3
National Basketball AssociationBy Van Arsdale's 32-polnt combined school scoring record by one NAMES NEW COACH the Osier Bowl basketball
International effort. point as they whipped North COLLEGE STATON, T". tournament slated Dee. l30
Press
United Eastern Division Nebraska came up with a 24- Dakota 1064S, behind the 22 (UPI) Newly appointed Texas In the Jacksonville Coliseum.
W. L. Pct. point performance by Nate points of Chris Pervall and Aggie Coach Gene Stalllngs These ducats are $1.50 and ft

Boston 26 7 .'88 Branch to defeat California, George Peeples. has named the fifth man to the and can be bought\ from the same ROTATE
Cincinnati 20 11' 06..5 17-80 In a game riddled with 52 Butler's sharp-shooting overcame AIM staff In two weeks. "/ ",....

Philadelphia II 16 .,529''fouls a Tulane height\ advan. Stalling announced Mondaythat I --- -I WHEELS
Bradley snapped Oklahoma's) age to beat the Green Wave, he bad hired Dee Powell a
.231
New I 23
York three tame winning streak ....8'7; Western Kentucky disposed defensive line coach at Ala* GIFTS 111110:

Western DivisionW. 13." as Edde Jackson pumpedIn of Middle Tennessee, 100. bama and his former teammate",
L. Pct. 22 points. Bradley never relinquished est in the opening game of the at Texas AM In 1.54-1506.
Los Angeles 1* 11 .594 the lead during the Ohio Valley Conference towns Earlier Stalllngs had signed Mere.nee 1 TV REPACK FRONT

St. Louis II 14 .533 second period and won Its sixth ment; Texas Tech nipped Colorado Elmer Smith Don Watson, Ml ark MW W1 K, M4 ee
Baltimore 14 17' .432 game In seven .tart. IJ-I1 Florida beat !North Lloyd Taylor and Jack Hurtbut. ? WHEEL BEARINGS

Detroit 13 21 .382 Kansas walloped St. John's, Carolina, 73-94: ; Texas defeated (s
San Francisco: 11 23 .324 71-96. Big Walt Wesley netted Howard Payne, n.,..; Utah
Monday's. Results 36 points. The lead< see-.awed Edged Santa Clara, 1743' Pror.Idence .
Los Angeles 125 New York US after" Intermission but a five- best Bowline Green,

(Only game scheduled) point spree by Wesley put the 76-43J Seattle topped Memphis ... l .. ADJUST
Tuesday's Games game on tee for the Jayhawk.era. State, ...n. and Boston College CENTRAL STOIIS
Jf.Y. vs. lft at Sacramento whipped It. Mary's (Call/.), BRAKESTake
(Only game scheduled) Kansas State rolled over Ore 71-62. I...,. speed me e COMPAll
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NEW APPLY NOWfor MINIS Complete PINK profeaetonal POODLE grooming SALON CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST When You InatreleentQUALITY BIt, AMueloal -SPECIAL-

AJCC Toy popptea available Phone

for the boUdays the opportunity to make
1965 your high Income yeas r PONY cart complete. cat harmeitUO LOCAL SERVICE

"afterfive"drtl.ea with Avon. .00. Poey and Saddle, Bridle I* your beet Invaaunant CLASSIFIED
111*. Carl liarneaa only ITS, Pony You Get It At
wall broken to cart and rIdIng.Geege .
Call 1824137 or write W. Parole. 8r MJttBIJWlfll SAVE
MONEY SAVE TIME ARTIItR SMITH MUSIC CO.Hammond .
junior regular P.O. Boa 1395 Lakeland 1723

20.Z Or..... 26 year olleadenhlp
4 SHETLAND oolta unbroken. 1 Chlckerlng Hammond READER
sizes CALL TODAY-
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Shetland guiding broke Cart and KImball PlaaoaTwo .
WAREHOUSE MAN familiar will 1 .harneee 2894911 20-32
plumbing upply Men price elf rt txicaaou

familiar with plumbing imply Hal CHIHUAHUA ReglMered puppies. ,
cry open Tampa Wholnal PlumbIng all colon. male and female. (3600. ARTHUR SMITH MUSIC CO.
Supply, of Winter Haven. 411Bt 1 Long Haired Chihuahua, pupplra.
{ J 'A ] ft Ave 1.. NW 23-24 I $50 00 and KS 00. Four malea at 787 CrP..... Garden* Rd.. WH1U4 SERVICE.

stud eervlce' 100.ADAMS MOVING-STORAGE BUILDING REPAIRS E: Tyler Bt. Tampa .
WANTED: Heavy equipment mechanlo TRAILER COURT >>..
I and welder Minimum age US 17 Dundee Halnea City
COTTAGE SHOP M At leait I experience neeaary 423-3473 ALUMINUM SHEETS-Uaed pr.ee
yean
THREE IVORY BROTHERS ,
For email call '
repair John retired
'* Good permanent poxltloi. 33-8 builder pint* 23 x m" 26o each. up ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS
860 Cypress Gardens Road for qualified perton. Stephen Con MOVING COMPANY CY .-:1470 lo 2(1( plaUa; 20-33 platea Mo each:
creta. CY 104.7 2221: TWO Shetland ponies. one wIth sad- Aganl ALLIED VAN LINES 4U-1UO ilala* Sic each. Over 100
Open > AM. 'til 7 P.M. dl. II brldte. CY H5114. 2a-24 Local Long Dlatane 2S-T3 I>I.t.. Ilk: each Excellent: for many FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD .
horn and farm u.... Ke-roof dog
WANTED Lady to live-In and
Moving. ft SbrageCall
r one child 1211 lih A bird houee. with them ua ..
C cU; Itr.J., Apt 1. tall; Apply Mr.. Brady ((7)) To Buy or Trade Collect .*..7646 UPHOLSTERY sIdIng on farm bulldlnn" At lb.Nccs4lilef *
|| ClaytonNow after ( p.m.. 213-1321. 33-24 Warehoua Oil Bartow Air Baa.31D.c. Offlca 124 3rd TTFCHRISTMAS 81NW .

WAITRESS wanted Neat' and dependable 37 Notices For This Department
WE BUY appliances and flIrallure -
Apply at Sundown Restaurant du;:
between 1:00: p.m. and a:00 irIS u..d appllancaland FINE UPHOLSTERY GIFTS31M
furniture ROOKS APPLIANCES ALUMINUMBuilding and Up. Painting. Ceramic
p.m. .00 p.m. and 11:00: p.mlITF EXPERT REFINISHINOCOHFLETU Limited To
a.Accommodating FURNITURE :M51 Hav FABRIC SELECTION! Jewelry by local arttate. Shop at .
..ndal Blvd. 3-TF Special!lea WOLFk.8 UPHOLSTERY ShOP your lelaura 3-4 P,M. Monday

.. Her Patrons COLORED aaleagtrla to Mil. and 314 Ave. A. 8k. CY 3 2710 thru Friday RIDGE ART CENTER I. N. Iab t-". e......
BUILDING SitU Third SI.. BW Items for sale w t.
ORANGES 1. iw.p
model wliri Mont have traniporlatlon CASH FOR .Screen Encloaurea SOWIng *>ay -
at Salary and communion Apply Grapefruit One tree or more. LIcensed ... Might23Dec: :. :23 ""'-1334. 3123 th.v&send$2IeeI.sa.AIIC.ik.' .
1710 lat 8t. NE a 80 p.m. to 1.00 fruit dealer, Telephone CY :L"JI1'-'CJ-:

CARLTON SOUTHEAST p.m. 22-24 I 3-4731 after I:00 p.m. 23-Doo, 34 DISCOUNT BALES co. INC. SOFA Chair, lamp" tablet and 2. lIWevdLlmIt..l Item 6. Awl" .lilt .k* bra*,ht lat

"Let George Do 1\" Upholiter diva and 1 club chalra341H complete 4 pe bedroom suIte lack. Ari. t. clmlfM 4**.rtm>a,fI.
BEAUTY SALON WANTED: Counter. help No experience Ava A, A bib St, SW 23-5694 Inrludra labor and rebulldlng loam bedding S3 t SI. Terma.
Decenary Aptly In per- ((8)) Automotive I NO MONEY DOWN T WAREHOUSE lack aatlca aeMeli l wrlrr ..t or milled I I.
eta CY .11. Kin, 2601 Ilavendal.Blvd. 28-Dec.29: FURNITURE: 53 lIb man
Burger King
1..24 monthi UPHOLSTERY to nay Hwy. 17. .MARKS Eagle; St, NW' Phi' prIce .! arferlaa 94 with fMyiMa I.I .<. -

22-tf Lake 23-TF 1723 ......._ somber. .r .4- .....
EXPERIENCED: : : Servlc* Btatkw attendant 1M4 Honda Red low mileage. Rearview Crete af the. .....,.
Immediately. Write Box mirror ft book etrap 250.00 TREE TRIMMING 7. M. phone ...r..
MENStop A-1823 "."..cbld. S3-21 or beat offer CY 3-3323 after 554 TELEVISION REPAIRCALL ((10-A) Boats & MotorsSKI 4. Na eamnwftW ode. will

P.m. 17-TF ... Me........ .. Adi will nil I tun.

worrying Clv her I Immediate Openings Of CORVAIR MONZA BPYDER IMS- I TRIMMING CAVITY, DBMOS8INQ -
11 ft Boat 30 HP
3 door. 4 In. the floor while with : -
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RE SGTTINa. Oaka and
bottle of SHAL1MAR OR .JORDAN TV akli
Ski pair rope
blue Interior Priced well under .
wood for .I. Free Eitlmatea Call FOR SALE
MJ-S50J belt and Ufa cuuhkme ARTICLES
!: book CYo after 500 aalety preeerver
CREPE: DeCIIINE: COLOGNE- General Labor & price 15-TF LUKE TREE: SERVICE CY 313J814Deo. For TV Repair Translator No kid. left at home 310

Ws alto have BLUE GRASS Machine Operators p.m. 14 Car Radio. HI.n.Ouarantlod Ira A. Par..... CY "'1851. 17 a

'A DIVENCIIY.rkak4 HONDA "1110" Itat'oll.nt condition ---
Oood tiN'. CY 1..3111. 11.21 S at H UREEN: : STAMPS 14 ft Durraft S elect englnea. POmSETTIAS Red or pink STANDARD alt baby bed with
Apply 1TF 1111 trailer many extra. Hood Blooming Gallon cam. NiceChcj.tma. > new mattreu. 320: 00. 431 W. Lak'
i ia:1 185T FORD 3.door Hardtop Extra RE-WEAVING condition Sacrifice by owner for gift*' 31.00. 314 22nd .. Elo.it Dr CY 3-7330 after *:00 p.m.
Continental Can Co. clean, 363 Emtlne, stick shIft, Bee quick .. .. CY 3-681 20-22 NVC 3-1278. t.NNUALS .14
at 124 Ave 0, SB. CY 3.3401, 13TFIMS CENTRAL tLORIDACLMTROMdi

: :':.': r 1.". 901 Magnolia Ave. CHEVROLET Station Wagon Burn Expertly- Moth Re-Woven hole T..r. :233-1417 I WIshIng CHRISTMAS Boat. 'C.n..GIFTS.... Sallboala.. .Eva,.. Ul 3 M Ave a doaen A. NE' ...... John 533MIXED doubl BLANKETS 33.00.-S Some for U lIke.00. new CY .4-4131 wool

AuburndaieHours Deluxe Radio heater A/T Uood SMAR1TS Rb-W! ,AVINO Profeeolonal ServIce Out hoard. Oar. Ski.. PaddIes, at 204 Ave. C. NE. 2 IS
condition 212-1411. 21 3 SERVICE at moderate exiienmawioiu (Y)8rriIX *BOATS 3610 Haven-

444 E. Central 293-5400 .29).5401 I:00' AM through 11:30: ( 131 POPE A VIC. CY 34733 UliiPATtHrll15JU dalfl. 23-1462 24-Dee.: 24 Girt Fruit packed In your> TWO pair Ideal
MERCEDES BENZ Ion Automatic 'IOop'oo
Established : Havandala buihel 1 banket, 330U at grovt i for Father and 431 W,
Free Parking Free Delivery I A.M. Must have following quaU. Tranimlulon 3.Olio mIles only 14923Dao. 23 .TF mile Kant Wnerl,. ..2.2 Lake. Elbert Drlv CY 3-7330 after
Juot arrived from Price
-a- ficationa Germany H-AForRent Unf. 4 00 "2'
: ( ) p.m.
3376000. CY 33723: 3022ipo DUO-THERM heater Good ehape

32600 CY 3-2211 137 .... E 3B
CHRISTMAS CACTUS Blooming
lillillllllillliiiiilililliiliiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiil,$ S 21 toSS CADILLAC 4-door HT model il-Il
42 Air conditioned" IDH Volkewagen Painting Papering WHEEL CHAIRS round boone plant*. Few
BEDROOM bath Section
Northean
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a Education High Schoolor 22nd
; HA 32164 or HA 3 SMSHalnex 25 31M each lid
NOTICE I 2U-22 176 Month Beaeley Realty BARGAIN on 4 ilnkj M 00 each St. NW' CY 3-1273. 3-20
Repairing
equivalent City
Co *34 sIb Bt, NW CY 3-2757 :20-TF Lake Region Hotel Aye. B. A
I Height; 510' minimum .: WHEEL niAIRS! for rent Alao AIls Bt, NW 11-30
SPEEDOMETER!: Tuhom.l.r.c.myl" COLEMAN oil heater. Good condition -
I "''In"1,11" .il, Beds, Crutches. Walkera.
KITTS DRUG I Weight; leG minimum errvlce and new cablet: mtnodva i Godfrey. Rental CY UNFURN18IIFD DUPLEX. Clcu I 32600 1203 6th St, NE27:
L Service, 143 6th Bt, 8W
S-.411>> Ave A NW. 14 TF 3-bc droom, family room ills ba'h BARGAIN Extra Heavy Door*-
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CY 4-4203: 1TF(8A I. J McCOY Quality work : .
will be 1 Applicants mutt present Higt I electric kllch-n 246 7th SI, NE complete with hardware (6 00 TEXAS-TEN aquarium wroughtIron
open manihlp, fast. clean and reason Call CY 3.4U3: 20-22 each RaIls' Region Hotel Av*. B stand filter reflector gravtubing -
School diploma or equivalent ai -- .---- e''. and acceuorle 32000
: able Phone CY 3-IMO. 114 4th A 3th St.. NW. 13 :30 *
nits 'til '00 VACUUM CLEANERS
every : ( Business FR 2-1272 10-23
time of interview Do not apply ) Property
Street J.n.l'hrl) Village. 17-TF :I-BK;DKOOM unturnlehfd hnune

until Christmas unless you are qualified ISIS Oil Per Month ATHERTON "TREBBLE 0" Train Lay out on GARDEN SPRAYER 31000. cT

warehouse PARTS A SERVICE For Khby REALTY 643 W. Central CY 4-3284 board with ironer. track. witchel 3481. 11.:2*
DOWNTOWN >are
CLOSEDDECEMBER Equal Opportunity available for ....nt. Call CY M473 d PAINTINGCHARLES Hoover Eleclrolux and all othora. ___ 13-TF I .. hou.... can $25 00. CY S-45M
after I pm. 14-22 Free pickup, delIvery and cull- 13-30: BEDSPREADS Twin and double.
mat'REYNOLDS VACUUM SOUTH Side 1..aII. Eloise Chenille. Plain I for (6 00 and
Employer pracll'l
25.21-11 fcANER SERVICk Phone rally new .-....droom. 3-bath NE
DESK SPACE Modern Telephone 92490. 33 30. CY4181 At 204 Av* C.
I Boat bai k door. TOASTERS pop-up coat
IVFR80N CY 1-03: rae n It -a* 1481
Wishing you a 2U I vice answering Included and Ideal alenographlo for coniultantimanufactunn mcI '- Phone CY S.4 I8areful -.J.... ID bin at fnnLdoor. TERRA FIRMA. I Look Vied In .winter CY 4-4131 apartmenta 304 Ave. 1760 C.: A.,
REAl. RST'ChI. IIriorle Summer.As. new -
repreientallv. ale. Work by Hour or EptlmaleMOTORCYCLES .,, :204-4117. Evrelnga A week- NE. 14-31 FRESH Can Juice for sale every
Vtry MerryChristmas FEMALE abort order cook ApplyIn 23-3266 13-34 74.,, 7 and ::183-,37., toTF Sunday PM. 3100 1..1. Eienhouie;
paraon Cypreaa larded Lanra ---- BABY Crib and mattreu. Very Road, Lake Phone FR
sag Cypreaa liardena Rd 32-24. I AUTO SERVICE 2-BEDROOM with Florida room rood condition '".00. Phone 2-2132 16 Jan S
((9)) Business Opportunities house Clean and ....1. 11I5 00 per :2>&4274. 13-Jan. 3
Combination
BOAT aeat Used 4 tlmex -
-
month EDOAR T HALES. Realtor
FRED KITTS ROOM AND HOARD FURNI8HE.I liexchange I I 310 Ate A. SW CY 39634 22-24 GRANGE Juice Pure Fresh, 550 llfa saver. 310 :22nd St. NW
In nice home to elderly lady
:181110': IS-Jan S
In container At :
gallon your grow
DODUEAuthorlxed -- --
"DOC' DUKE1tIllIllIIllIIlIllIllIllIUIlIlIllIlIlIlIllIllIlIllm for corns baby antingIf I I --
Interested tee at *M >rd SiEagl .. Fully equIpped DRIVE-IN For rent Small MAKE IT A HONDA HOLIDAY We'toryrvItr On 4M Axe K. NW lacy.3 Bedroom H mil Ban Waterly 16-Jan. 3 SLATE Blackboard II" x 53' .

I lijj I '* Lake. 11.4<, Investment required. CY 4.it*. Salei and Service. Honda of Winter .ihrialer .1'1)m"uth aLancrr Rt-AL home ESTATE HIM TOWN CY 11141.A COUNTRY:2022 15.00.. CY .3971.. 17.J.1I. SGOOD

:- !- I 1022ATLANTIC Haven, 2402 Av*. O. NW. 233-127 Valiant .- -- -.-- S METER "Ham Transceiver
FLOYD RO1IFRT9 MOTORS Model H W.-:2>A without attach II".
CovatMica: 20-DaO 20 I used bn, bicycle.
NATIONWIDK
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REFINING COHaa 321 Sixth II. BW 293-4101 menta. '26 00. CY 3-4670 after ( Prlco 1750. J'R 1-11341. IO-T
nuiiuiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWOODY offer an excellent career: opportunely COUNTRY REAl. ESTATE CY
404 Avenue "R" 3C. Wittier --- heat
between thagee <- at YAMAHA A TRIUMPH CYCIE8 GLAD lined gas hot water
i for of a 21-30 young Good man elanlng aalarj Haven Paid training and financial -. Sell starting and aporta models .- 3-II4I 20-22 TWIN liED headboard. French Pr 31600 CY 3-162 or CY 3-364
'all aulrtanre to qualllled peraona No Money' Down FOR Provincial $11 00. CY 4-273: 20-Jan. *
and liberal' cnml)>any benefit ( LEASH; : IN IAKB ALFRLD
Bent location In Winter Haven 4-3 Dally All Saturday CAMPING TRAILERSc11r.0 17-Jan S
MIDLAND r'I*' INCK tOHPANY. p.m. Day Immnllaiioccupancy. Beautiful 4 .
i CY 4-3211 2334FEMALE and ameNd company: aailal- LAkELAND CYCLE -TO old CB hitnc. beHronmi. and 60000 DUO-THERM oil heater with
"IGntolTktKtyi"At Mr. Meyer, phone nee to build profitable. bunlneiafor lOt 3rd 81. BW CY 4-3323 h'coer,,11$ la m HIM ard Hood neliihbnihinl -- GlRL'S :I)" bIcycle. IS 00. 5(107 Av' lank' and gauge 326.00. CY .-.1652or
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pour auiton Now le the time 22.Jan. 23 4 mil!e from' Winter Harcn 5. NW 16JaeI CY "11I14. 20-Jan 3

The PI.noFtltured office for permanent work. Preferably parti lm.: to For get delalla t Into call business Slob; Van for Bore yourself-, z For .|'i.ilnliwnt call Lake BLACK laca ahawl 6>t x ft SUNBEAM Electric Iron. 37 00. 2M!
general collect 8t 3474333. I :0 Iced 4ftV3fMt after 4 UO p.m. Perfect Lovely with formala ,It c 00: W. Harbord Lake Alfred FR
at married woman >>au. : : ") Petersburg ANYONE CAN MAKE A .J...-. I
24426412TV 21-23 310 22nd Bt. NW 233-1308. 144 ..111.. 22-10
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::1 I llh.DKOOM 1 bath home Southeast
"FLYING
TACKLE"BY
FOR SALE: Western Auto Auorlale
The
Anchor Bar Section Beaaley RealtyC I
Lost & Found liON In Uke Alfred Call rH414 GET THE BEST .34 SIb St.. NW CY2*>T.
((4)[ .
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Nltea 373-1134. >>J.R, 23 Salea -- Service. RentaliFLUHIUA ,
Tuesday, Dec. 21-4 ,m. \ WHOLUiALE: 1I1Sr. InrHavintlal J7TFI I (12-A) For Sale or Rent ((13)I ) Real, Estate For Sale
CLASSIFIED ADS Blvd 283-7MO:
217 3rd 8t 8 W.
RED BILLFOLD lot Saturday evening ((9-A) Furniture 14-TF ((12)) For Rent Furn.
22nniiiiiiiiiiiiituiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiin In vicinity Eels Chk. andIt ,
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return plcturea. "' ... 1m.port.nl I
money pa"
I No queetloni ached Reward SOFA and CHAIR In vinyl plaatlc HI*:DROOM\ lurnliined apartment. .
: : OR LEASEWith
Floor IM III TertnaWARBHOUHB ; 2300 12th Street Northwest A warm
I p.m. Call CY MIOI after 32-24> 00 : aample: FURNITURE:. 12 SIb ((10)) Articles For Sale (I ) Articles For Sale -I on Ai..Lake rtmi-llt Silver. Call Drive. CY Sliver S-770 Cruet- or I I ." .. hoiu* of excellent I conitructlon -
Brtnglt't 3t.. NW In a choice location. Across thestreet
Jtistlrf reliable
13-1180. 1TFFtRNISHED I option to buy to
lt-21 II from Ia.... entrance Lot 130'
-- --. -- S Bedroom 2 bath x *411' wIth tree.. Lifetime roof
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131
Third Buses BWU person
((5)[ ) House Trailers QUALITY Reconditioned men USED RlrFRIflGRATORS : ROOMS Prltat ceiling and walla insulated. warm
Block South ol Poet Ditto work uniform Nut pre-packaged Kanirta Waehrra '. Dryer* entrance Kitchen privilege $32month I home. Call Allen Dowd Eves. wood paneling. fireplace laundry
frailly Watch sad ((10)I ) Articles For Sale All alaea-colon 31 IM selL tilArlana Air Conditioner : : Rrcondt- Men on I)'. 425 Ave J. NW. room with workroom In gang with
Ava. Auburndala Side tinned fully vuaranliwd Term :Jt3.I37I. I.TF
door 160 ft of living area. 3-Br.
lewelry Repair FOR RENT OR SALE Continental C.... Ml From IJ: W. and Up JOHNSON: --------, ---.- 3-bath. extra large L.R. and family
I bedroom Trailer with 3 room fatana POLY FOAM BUllPEn APPLIANCE Lake Alfred FIRM8IIID; APARTMENTS 2932402.W room. Open for Inspection, ( 00
attached Located: CALL on a S beau A. BRING YOUR PATTERN WE'LI. PULVERIZED PEAT CY S.:24MI Phone 373-11J. Nile> I71-l lQ. IAS biitrixime -- 350 lo 373 A 4 a rn' It' 00pm. 114mo Flu will

204cc. JO hId Lakefmnt: REALTOR: lot CY 3-44U IUT WHILE YOU WAIT LOW Dund. Read Rabtrt J *LTr ui'. Presley Rvally Co. (M SIlo St. f Inane* 313.:300. Phone CY S-t7S or
MOORE, S-TI' PRICK FORDS TRIM SHOP lot Blackwelder 13-TF Q\7Il. CARPET )NW CYr 7. 14TFFlRNIRIirD Bartow B33-417L 13-TF
Ava B. NW. CY kilL >>TF FOR EASY .
((2)) Help Wanted WE RENT Rollaway beds Baby CLEANING rent Electric OR UNFURNISHDEfFICIENCIES !: -REALTY- BY OWNER S-bdnwm CB home
Ilomea. tO Shampooer U 00 per day with
NEW Skyline Mobil. only : and I'. BhJMIOMS. >
and model. Palm Ihn... :Mobile DRESSERS and CHESTS Slightly bed*. Hl-chaln LoGos maker purchaM. of tilel.u.tre I JOHN 811111...... 2223: Av*. C SW :23-3n*7.
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Banquet table A chair RugBhampooer : Nice large airy ruomaVmnalrntly Zt3.351
I marred S3* M. TermeWARLHOU8C 21-24 32'TF
HARDWARk.
t.VIII.... Lake Alfred Hwy li : FURNITURE:, S3 *th DO-IT RENTALS POLAND ( located In Old Postal _

HIGH SCHOOL _avan I 11.1'1111'. 303 Ave O, NW AQUARIUM SET 'Include 30 IL BuIlding I Call CY 3-46 CICY*TF NEW ALL MODERN J.l>edroom
3-1067.
isaiKB.LVINATOR 1-Ssn.5 tank IS gal. lank 3 gal tank For S le with Florida room Cloaa-ln. $11,000.
MOBILE: HOME I0SI'SANCSWe ------- ((13)) Reel Estate .
vibrator etc
plato pump. pump. 224 Ava.
GRADUATESARE In mobile home Inpurane. I F 8E. CY 3-4265. U.TFII.1Ioa
epectalla REFRIGERATORS' : .. 37>
WIsh. mostly gupplr. 36.w dlalanc -
Walking
.. Call ua any day or hour S'* Co. Ft Rune Uood 34000 Mecchl USE 13-31 14 floor apartment .
and lake Quiet
Repossessed to low*
Your need for complete coveragela 31-23
YOU CY and cl.on Adulta pl..... 441 Av*. : REALTY
our bu.I...... We are allot our 3680 WestwoodAve.
Weather hurt petunlaa .
COLD wo* t 3010 Havendal BlvdRepoeed
; : NW SI-TF
own adjuitor* and appraUen (loris ETHAN ALLEN maple china table. Would like r..ponulbl. party take I carnation calendula. anapdrag B. and New Home

Interested In a career with a Mobil. Home Inauranc Ueraldlnetreen. 3 eitra kef sat.* Chain. Like ..... vr lat 14 pe.ym.nl. ol 3430 per beta paaelee and carnation. plnkaSKc SATED- ..a t'LTA ...-.17.
AuburndalePhone ,
( PO lIon M2 For quick hail prlc. ( tl .
walk a* Necchl automalle lgMwlng -. dunes Shaw at traffic Evinlnge 24-2321
company which often good day WO 4023.. Evenlnga: I7J1237 : -JUl*. Lake ... 33-34 machine ...k... button ll"hl.per EI_. 23IlNEW : Holiday'' "homa Vacation. I- .droom
>>11 -- -- modern I. Full two atoVy 3-Br and Continental
wages while you are being ........ sews on butlon. blind hem :: ATKJNS: REAL: mATS
RUBBER STAMPS' For check darn, monoframa. All without atlachmenta. SHIPMENT: Km TenneweeOder C bath up. LR FR Sewing.
; 4
TY III*
Tall
trained II you are II to 23 TRAILER 51500 pea. endowment signalers other Fully .IIIra..l..... Ice Chrleimaa Tree Aa low Other Nice. room. kltc..... with kullt-t breakfaet .
years of age we have immediate -' month Lota,30 4-a4T3 x :IL (lund Ad.m'Waler.Halnee purpaae* ala dating m fAR free home trial call a.,....*. .. I: 00 antat.lW", 13 nook enralae MUlly and double NEED MORE
'I City : eeala pocket alampa.. HIIL GROCERY .
carport. 33140 per monik <( opening la Winter Haven TraUer Court 21-Jan. 11 ROOM
PRK8S rtwiw CY 4-JJJ: : 141 Ave 294-4205 Eagle. U" I A I BEDROOM APARTMENTS

for young man offering automatic I .. SW -TF- lW4 Newly' renamed Ukefrom. Garaer -

wage Increases, paid vacation I ((5-A) Moving & Storage COMPLETE t'.Uthlly marred 4 PC -- -- -- _133 ---CERTIFiED:- -PLANTS-: MLNTS.:. LAKE 164 N.HOWARD Lake Howard APART Dr I. Westwood Terrace I BUILDER will accept

boipltaUiation life Insurant Walnut bedroom aulte, MMTerma. CAMELLIAS Full of bud. 3111 lie and up for Polneeiiiaa. Hibh.ra.. I..zaON your smaller home aa

and pension plan. WAR HOUSE: FIRNI Powell Nuraery Old Barlow Bouxalntlllaea nMn Hurr and Muons's many 340 Weetwood Ave lu-i.'I'Ir'y: 1H down payment on this
IMPERIAL MOVING STORAOG. TURk. U 4tk SI. NW Road Weal of Eagle: La..... CY ath.r tarit-thre In lab.- CHAIN OF LAKES: -m balk brick Homo ;
5 Prompt aid efficient ..",let for 14-11 ...*... IT-21PRINTERS Market .ci Heyrisdele asd 15-14 b...rwim kuMarkxvpMeotUutea. room. paMlM family room walk- DeW custom built home .
Apply In person lam. to SiteDc Ales mum Monthly weekly rate bedroom .large
all your moving aeeda. Call hi cloaet t* maMer 4 BR. 1 bath. terrazzo
p.m.. Monday through Friday CY S-4104 for free eellmatea, BAXAPHONE 'J:' flat '1110 00. --- SLANT0MATICj ........ FMttag 8ICRP.ACtXRT taaMe utility and rear ...1.... Uwd window

the Lakeland Personnel Office A(.nta for AlIce Va* Uaei, IMervlng Toy riding learnt for rhlM chain. 44-,4-- II new Need reliable parse. MOTEL. HIf. 11I1Tr .. office for ahorl time win Ooon awning
at all W alatea. 14-TF drive Aher' p.m.. tot *tk. .... Sk: to lake for balance. Aueaaeume IN I' M .. fin .e low dow payee tn twin la kitchen & many

120 Lime St. tW! | payment II IS per 3-ROOM -Cottar-tumuuWd; -Complete per mo. iptua T. H other txtraa On Urge lot.
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VIED n.b...... .... 4 4 ft and Doe all fancy atitckee buuonhuUa.weavea. bath. Phone 23-4301 TitCarroll
GENERAL TELEPHONE ((6)) Special Services .. iou I X 4 h. aervlc meal .ao da.1Iee-1I in*. _mo*,....rama...a.4. Mtndheme. CallCYjM6 Av SW H-3 I B&W BuildersCT Move" In before Jan. lit

COMPANY OF FLA.An O-Mat Case and and roanpreaeor ale-warmer On RoOae haul: I ** 4 33-it Lak--Mi-Lend- -Allrwrilvr- -l krhwil 2-T14T CY 2S7J CY a-t4G and qualify for homestead

BEAUTIFUL antique clock too, Lake' Shipping Center. .*..*'. Will | COMMUCIINDUSTRY LOw"iR'Y.t ; .- restage rtrrplace CAT TOWN exemption. This home can

IClllai opportunity employer tale AI.. antmue and modern. .. conilder term. __ 1T-J3 day oelu.e. automatic arrhenra.bulll4a 3-1141 A COUNTRY REAL .CY aI 14-TF be your' for small down
clock Open from I mI
repatra. p Take
Leell. Cvat 31 3M -
2122 p m. All day weekeada.Mr '.OUO Pie Paper Shell Pecans )... $K*.W. LeslIe ton rabuwt Coot payment or trade Call
M. F. Omen, 1331 Fairfax 81 arrived 3 Ik*.. 31 00 Hill a Groceryand Take MOW. Will arUaeparately A I iVdraom apartmMiU lor pat-
WAITRESS Wanted Excellent aalary NK. SIaLirax5acM I Mullet Hwy IT Eagle Lake" 0,77596 llralar. peatil*. SAVE 333 Dun Winters 33-1423
__ OO.VHNMENT 4 00 HavenCluU 17-M UOWIN 1 MOTOR Say i.e of ibeae U 1. Oe-
'IM Apply 4th after B>.. iW put.3T:D. HI -- fOin.iEU- Av*.. Aobiiraidal. Phon I.TFntmaI *- IIw,. H NorU' 3 A S ...... O\.ly |. NorrIs Bryaa 295-123*
Dreaemaker. and alleratlone ol all- NEW 10 IIl1e BTU ... neater doe wo waas.: .tp I Done CallSAM

SECRETARY Typing ehorthand. klnde CY ..1... 1...._ 14 ""'-. t100. Alice Hall Apt>lIa_.. ; Orange -iuTAU MOORE. REALTOR
bookkeeping Morning ...., l. -- Old Tampa. Electric BuUdtng 14-TF and lancermea tWIn from Fvrcl.1eid U.hrelahed. CT -461e "Tr

Urt. W-33&Modern lor office appointmentWANTED IntereatlRgwork. CUSTOM MADE: DRAPES AND I BABY BED waterproof ;;'1-;;;. .rove. HJ DwMto* Re*.. by railroadtrack. K. aCTCUFFS: REALTOR

.." ALTERATION mind ..I"' ....I US 00. Chose CY.301 43- 3>UCI.ItC'TItOLt.'X CY 4-4131 Kveex CY 3-TJI3.
.trl SPETUI.
modem "C.btO.I!= ...._. NEW STATELY OAKS FHA Seine
Plaaler and III* * "
helper* Na experience J*""!' ""all. 1 A truly ft** IMU_ repsaa.m.d. Like a.. Other. "lie-! AU-: -"""- *or real S 3k*earn. Floral RAM MMD
Married preferred. Call. CY S-6t* Excellent buy 24-1414: It-TF irohix ctoaoen. |M a. a4 .aCY (MOB a month WalkIng dlataac _w* TUCXJUt BL1LDERS.OUALTTT .
after a ,.... 1532CA.RRIERZ :: '--- 3-aJil 30431HO .I* Bur.*) a .4-.aa ft1 An. QSW. CT 8-1513- IWI
Have t'NISL'AI (C.IFT JB32EFFICIENCY
for Orlando ...11..1. ltI..f.aCo. PaMimga *>y AI (Ckrletetuw 'A' Roadater Run unit tie
remaW. MuM live In NB: 1--- tI.f"Drafting: :P'A ONK HALF PRICK tUXmaa. 'Cream PWf' -u lu.. rear Aa.r.i Mii. Oe* w 3-ni.V.am. i Seth Ctetngroom.
male or 01 Winter Haven. Small ... guaranteed Call "' 1 7' or **-7l3II fc* hintIng. fteklng 3171M Ato* Sews A iMfMUL *M a.r5uei'ag *HIIIMW *tr CM*.4. KxrelUM k >
cull Mellon. b-nd required Lea Hyatt, lY341M. CY 4-1413 I W. lewtfal RotMUIer 3 HP *-$... IW Aft TOWN A COUNTRYREAL CMUL Near SK ..... Pncvd rt M.
I** .tF in C, SW :JM4 t ESTATE CT 11141523 Bam LInes 173 U SI. SAV 1S-M W2Jp.







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I (6 t L.k'IS. ) II PJE DID-5'I ] Control Board 1eaxm.q,0..11I&o.slawuoW "g1e f I I II Ie &oGMOCULAES t I


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((13)) R.al) Estate For Sale I ((13)) Real Estate For Sal ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ""


I asm FSU PresidentTALLAHASSEE ,' 1 0 l .

You Wouldn't Dare DOWNTOWNOFFICES 3 SBL CB HOMES pct .y,
Lam m 147 M ,
CHARUCS McC c.-.tk..r 1 (DPI) U.
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Mlu in opportunity to own i f1..MM \. ( )
home that could be purchased I+J... 34ST less the outfot.n state Board ot ... f. I II i I
__ Control mates a tout tIed aa L; ,, .
$7.00000 lest than It'g original
for .
OWNER FwrM1.d 7.1ed'Mahome quickly, tile new Bond of ....

cost I e Large fenced AlnmteMM tat, Currant etduttom UlUKjrbuilding CB. g nts will have to pick a Sew 10: _

An award winning architect Air conditioner Cell ho*? president for Florid Slate UnU -- --
ftprlnkltr well Very reaaoaabte.
versify
deigned home featuring outdoor ISM Ave 1. NW Near Waatwoadacaool Itest reports aN hat the horn I DON'r i4Agrp4

living inside Screened. h v. DM 5..1A'1LOTTA" Board at Control has narrowedthe RAID YNe NO! ANOTHER ONEI"roR

garden provide a lovely setting nM 01 78 candtdat It was R41FRIfeRATOR HAAbA! I
for entertaining. A largi that tt I 1130 OcTSN, PONT htoaAY't
considering to 11, but ?
game room la alto perfect fog US & CWNmJ A lees... Isn't likely. to make a final 'I MFn iM/Y wLLy be \

entertaining or men tt't plenty I A "Lotta" lot, A "Latta"house recommendation to the Cabinet od ,

big for your billiard or pins I ornu:1.tIM: eentral rM air, r0dbtwt"u.eaclet.a null A "Lotta" extras Board ot Education before Jan. 'OI 0 J
altraen, I toe
pong table. I cpelatn ..amieal I bedrooms I baths, in OM 1, when the board goes out of ,
raadlllM.. t>M-' locations existence.
of Winter havens top
Enter this home through the. SIMMWAKKEN. one visit to this The board, although it has St
garden to impress your northern had no formal meeting sine
.., I'U: !II horn will save a "LcJUa"
Doors from all has met quietly
vltltori. to Dec 4, still 1as
to screened patios words. Pries reduced discussed prospects by tel..
rooms open { &t .e $21,000 for fait action phone or to replace Dr Cordon

The bath features a SUNKEN .1 PLT4)l' owner may take good Blackwcll as FSU president

TUB and the kitchen was designed ... ___.. building tot In TRADE. when he leaves In February to
with every whim of the titlKEL. KeailOfM ecome president of Furman
and where can I pick
When
housewife in mind. Built in University In South Carolina, ""'

oven. An ISLAND in the middle LAKE WIVTER8ET RETIME: you up? lit alma mater. f- ; I KNOW pLiR1 ALI3RSIC 'IT wiu. Bf V AND TH 6 1

has range and sink But men KENT Beauty and eonventena Zella Fearae Two of the candidates were H lAJlMI. r1; TO PAINT,MQTHiR SOou A tUfmt* 1 WILL 1
Indoor BARBEQUE hi a CnaKhO-Lakn home Out ofalalt Interviewed at a meeting In I WItH, '\\ItV'O) RdNTFRc < J > CAN STAY WITH us FOR new X SO..1I! ) t I
U alto features an Bur I I'S
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owner early occupancy : WHILE VOU MOUSE S Xfc y.!
lacksonvtlle last week MINT OUIit ( eT fen'
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form and ulabll.h HOMESTEAD BROS. I
PIT with a free now LEIS I __ 1 BEING AAlNTtTD {(
ROOM # ,
from EXEMPTION To tee. call Eleanor The board's recommendation );! I ( 1
exhaust hood suspended Illchart. of TOWN COUNTRY' Realtors would go to the Cabinet for a \ (, 'd. '
REAL, ESTATE.. Evenings CY Y. J \ I .
the celling. i 4-U12. Do,. CV S-I141. 1331NO ieclston, and the Cabinet nor. C1 \ I I l r ,I II'
IMS Sixth Street, NW sally would announce the ( '' 1 \ 11 \ I
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through
drive 'J
bedrooms
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Two and storage CL08INO COST (Opposite North Gate) :!holc. Board of Control Chair c: ; / \ \ \ \ i, 1 \I L : :
carport, utility Small down payment New CBhome. XN-11IT man Baya Harrison said at "'0 \ \ I J>J I, : j! I \t. 'j
with citrus built-in I .
Large corner lot S-bedroom. 1>* bath. : I I
appluiitcea, Birch. cabinet Tt K 190 Eve. ft Sim. WO init he: last formal meeting In MUiml ." I
trees and fenced back yard. lot. Large utility and carport. In Dec. 4 that there was still ;.. '. 'I
nice location Northwest' arctlon 13.11IIILOOKIRLNOIOSKI recommendation > I t \.
chance a
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Can you imagine being able to I Near hopping center Call CY .
home for only 61551 after 4 SO m. wahdayaAnytime cold be made before the board I '
purchase this : ::C'' U
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through lu-TF leave* office. I
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look at it NOW I \ ;
S17,900.00 Call 2941501. Let's for an appointment FOR SALE: BY OWNER 111111 Gov. Farris Bryant still has S3r= I wri 1/\/ \ IAYB1 J

and SIS SOO below appraisal. value) I lot named members of the new I I. __ l ,
2941112 evenings Lake I kedrooma living room, Board of Recent. He has been
W. .tltnl family i room, -
Located at 1097 lo room "
weekends.
.elect
I onsultlnc with ( o\'. Hay.
conditioned
I bath air
Lake Martha Drive. and, kitchen of living area Ion Burn on this, since the r WHAT' GOING ON }l WE WIAI ONLY 1 617 SACS. TO tout DNl
00Inlt. : for retirees.Two !
1'1'r. yard. CV 4JT7617H New lilting oard will serve under Burns AR0UN4 WDRTN' IN SURflitti
22. bedroom masonry ANT 0 t40M YOU NAYIon I A MAN YOUR AGE SCUFFLINS
But the two have not settled m Mt ON. WORTHY # I MR. MARTIN'
horn on 100 ft lot. Well 'llfferences over the member. UWM8XJI( Mill W""f *" : LIRE A SCN00ISOY'l'
ONLY SAID DID HA
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I BEDROOMS SOUTH EAST CONVENIENCE FURNISHED IS.SM landscaped producing cltrus .hip, I -< fUit Hurl.l day irX JIAIOU1 WIH MWm NIU *' win*! T0 Ml;/ Hth.
: PRESTIGE LOCATION trees, too Located between Indicated last week that IN THE
Luxurloiu home for young So much for so little. CB home Burns mot. NIRu THAT HtW irtto ,
Lake Howard and wanted to keep on the of TUTURI YOUNG fULOWI ,
executive call: Eleanor: Iglehart furnished, 2 bed. Bryant one sy Rt/IR YOU GOTTA I
of TOWN COUNTRY REAL completely Lake Deer with nearby tew board a number of the o feiio. J
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CY 4-18U Pave screened Florida room, .l..n ADMIT 1141 DAMt ARE'J
ESTATE Evening rooms, Laket.
access to Chain of members of the outgoing board.
Hill >>g 4e crude ld (AYlOR' /
CY well for Irrigation. Owner transferring Burns, however favors new a>
and built-in oven rasa nualnoit 1 Y
due to employment Stainless steel nembers, -
C... DCPtEX MMM will sell for 850000. Assume and range and draperies cult J l lNI
"-B droom. each .Id.. M* return a* a; job,
on Inveatnvnt Excellent: rental U mortgage, payable at $75.00 per Included in pries of Homer'SIA .
160 lot Near lo.B. No clam fcol availa 1
a Phone W4 l. 15-Jan. 11ROIlIIDIIOhIIHIIlIIIIDUUW9U011NU9unllnunuS. month 11000. Financing Loot TI NI
ble. Drive by 2410 AvenueC Burglars
OPEN HOUSE 101 12th St., II J
Northwest, then cat: ftlTt-Lh
SE $13350Excellent

3 BEDROOMS neighborhood walking GERTRUDE Sun. CY BRYAN 1U Store Of Gems J
Eves & --- - --
2 BATHS distance to tchooL Cement Days CY .1141
block older home 2 large bedrooms I

$100.00 DOWN formal dining room,

stove and refrigerator Large TOWN t, COUNTRY Worth $$70,000

Florida room, too Cell- lot 70 x 150, has well with pump I 27/M.inoll.jfl[ ) 1 r.l

Terrazzo Floors, irrigation Also s cement UIi Ull
living and yard ct 3.1141iij\ I Ju. 1 0I 4
Heat 1210 at. ft. block hobby shop or workshop CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPi) -

area IV x 125' lot has in the back yard. Owner 11 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Police ran down several lads eres.
nict shade trees No Miami and home ::::. oda) m an ftott to locate the I
to
hat moved 70
burtJars who looted a large department
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Total price;
loan costs i Lake El-
Lake Otis
I vacant
$14.250 Be the first to it 46 Lots $22,500 store of about 170,000 I M M.M. ... MI
see this excellent BUY. In fepis and cash. I I
bertEDNA Tllll uroprrl) loialrd krlwern Win tally I about II(00 was In cub
WATSONREALTOR
Call Irr even and Auburndale M mil and the remainder vas the I
.tde ot an ell) limiln and In addllion t
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value of the two doses
TETREAt'LT some
MALCOLM to containing 4. Mi hat OMT ,1
Eves Sun. CY J.1071 .11 Sib St, NW CY Hut :JUO' trontagt 41"Idod between onrmajor ; (ems taken from a first-floor a.CDwAANpgg A"L
nttlmay and to :'edroedi safe in the five-stor building,
Days CY J-HU -22- Average I lot M IU' toBPprommatrly > -_._ r
lu*'' deep Due I"clrcumiUncn Incited s Mock from the clt) 5 ---

owner of lawproverty saw
the largesi intersection
TOWN COUNTRY A tlARDENERS delight Just a hat JUM advtaed ue b>. The bur 11 la r y was stated R IT1 DALI .KNw0I .IT r-SN'1IM5I' nAPNUS]'! WI r l ill' t' WIWI
t, right 'ur a rwiiilt high on telegram thai she will Mil tne ... hill 471 I8Ih '1.. NE Brk-k UK tract fur only IUSUO eubjecl sometime over the weekend police TOV t* ON TMi liNef AMwWsL1 KM $ OW In LOWNO $pta0, fiIARf pall iNp WtXAtaV r iR) ?
211thgnolli ijlfi'l11n IT@U@W Crete modern styling charming- Fireplace To.. err. to Imm.dUtMir Mill:* mad.IhuU said, and was discovered tug ONIV SHIP ITSApV FOR iMAale' IRLMTOcv rlpr )Oat W' FLAIR ( 1JWAR0 MAnr NOW wOULDWI

C x3.114)IIIIIIIBIIIIII111111111111IIIIHIIISIIIIIIIIIIRIN lftJl1.l UWU -rail.It. li :::trI of TOWN 4 ( wvtral prlcr UwiMiid Wllh over dolUn U of belowmmnr ih wloi when store official arrived for i5 A tNUa,

COUNTRY Rk.AL ESTATE CY tronllnf on main and .wondarklhaxi > work Monday morning. Police :
IIII III l Ion
20 S-1M1 lb. romm.rCMI Irrmmdoui:l fnmtaicof NO peculated one burglar hid hm I E

I-liEDROOM Mona and bedroom' month CITY this,rAXEI .n U lr.. protwriy unirtirlrlod nil In the building when fits)> I
house tluo down IW\ An nuuntiuill) Ilkr ,It,. ore dosed Saturday and lei
riHST ::cCO
U Reid credit CY S41&I show I
BRIERWOOD MORTGAGE CORP OF WINTER lue..ot com nllMi Let in lila accomplices In through si
Ihla fine lov.ame511LENN
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The IIIOet 011I1.1&11411\1 bur In this I' RlomumuonlnlaisiRnlslallIs0lsunNRModern D. GERKE George M. IYe'lct pretl o
price range In tows o'Vi! :; : dent and getters manager 1)1 JS'NW
feel oj living area, I REALTOR store, IIleItht -
more eipenalr Ivey'i department 18
found III
tun homes. for only 1100 00 down, ?. I' I Janet Cbadwkk lost was covered by ..naur.I I
AND YOU WTU.RhCEIVE AIIOC "
month Bedroom
$11 M per A GIFT CERTIFICATE I 4 I Reginald Baker i Ic.. 7 h w--
H. L. Porter r
WORTH 1)0000: AT ELLSWORTHELLCTRICt BrlckcreteI Police Capt.
I Itt llh St., NW CY 1-427 laid the burglary was ".Ito fip-, I

I Lakefront : .usi. .'sly a Drofeialonal lob" andaald
VI' CY -- ---
B&W BuildersCY ther d-t. called 01 due pO Avft+ rA+''aNVIL _
2224 FBI een 1t JwTISt Aw//I Airy A *Ifl
J.7147cYZ11scr >-W& I HomeCypress I In the expectation the burilars MY saeeol.o rRl.eOt1, +OR1 Matm. / DN to AAH7A- %

leTFSIMM would try to smvicle the awl I A'ass, A4AN/5 sew Le P rrv W AfpAelfk THa eARTN
Gardens area ((14-A) Lots & AcreageFOR out of the stale. I 1wM a. 4O4a *hts4_ MRTIa 5554 505fhove rYa 4 e100I wrotT
with split level planning veIMANW Met
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decorated edroom ma on- to afford each room a CAPTtvTYI rlroM YvN TO '

ary REAL home ESTATE, 55500 m6lh2...LEONA. C, SE 5. view PLUS updraft croat SALE Lake: l ndiraptd Alfred" Schaut. tvrner IrrlgaI Mwar DUNDEE J I Iy4 tfrtaet51Sf

CY S4I1.7, CY S-M4 >>** ventilation. Two full "" .,oot.m. ehade treee Oaucl Visiting Hits week with Mrs 5 : '
baths, built in kitchen DIrk Hop** barmpMt, 4I3.: IP1NIC1
SPECIAL Jessie, Graham wen her 101I-
New Florida Style Horn -Jnuihraet -***!*, Built for family enjoyment In-taw and daughter, Mr and I Id
I location. S bedroom call I midrnlial, M Urated M '
wall itr- To see, i Mrs. Crcell Cole and children 'I
bath, living room wall to I ALL Me* llama Htmft -|MIof
Florida room, dining hltchSL WMer Kami prlred for Muwdiale of Orlando and another daughter I
I".r ara,1 Air rendllloM4 Good 'I ELEANOR IGLEIIART I aale 94-lltT Its Mrs VlrglnU Kill of Mel r.
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.Ina...'.... T\1CltIR Bl'u.Di6RaA Evenings CY 4-1112 bourn. 0 I
CY S-M!2. LOTS FOR SALE Wahnela IHn I
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LAalTlzw: : I Days CY 1 I I loll M Are A Kart I IW i Mrs, Alice Sloan, acoom- 1
UkKC ACCESS IW Are D Las Ftoanrlng caab eAI
Thl I I panted by her daughter-In-law.
Urge motto swimming pool arranged Iwiuire at llf I U A
the Iwett redo- TOWN COUNTRYBELIEVE ace Mrs. tunic. loans and baby,
new home la In ore R>n* Range Rd
Hal area t Minute .from*Wlnje. Coo 1" Donna Lynn, all ot Tampa, Willed i -
from '
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Harts. I. .minute Good' terms CaJ'.HB' g'=: R1 I i Memoriam recently with Mrs. Pearl ,4CAiaav rrw4u M3AnwwlRwpl
In
kI570.5N twaOWatlleSMRIMnYIIq ((22)) Clark and ins Cecil Clark gun i.nr WkAY vr v1'airxAerAAaelAwrrtw uur.e aCM/M1uAd /
I l/fr4v1, A.urrwr rW 1fS.C. gal9A' mmN LaltrtnvrOYft7
Completely" *- U, nrrav oq' 7DAwl'ACsllrtrper ; iLwulD
OWWER' furijtaed I .
a IAUInNpIM1RSIIxIgM first [tt AeNRR, rD MAK1urAglN
modern bom. mMM Jerry Christopher a xrxuraRwr
S BR IN loving Mmwrr e( vr I 'I f rAaN aru Lw r141L0nuP
hover Urtog room.,.l.k1l0MW.. WirU ."Iport .... and" Meter vho. paieed away year student at Mount Berry L +a
Mint mom gym year age t*<.....- n "'. ShegoM II Ga.. Colitis I*home Sara holiday I
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5fw 110 HUt 'IIIIG Famllf Mary
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:r wnlnga. Visiting onltmdjy Ins homeof x
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CHAIN OF LAKESLAKEFRONT 3 BR modem CB horns dluctltn.l -Ia., Mr. and Mrs.WUlwrs ,.
on large lot, built-in kit Ode and cfclldre ofOrlando.
LOT chess large utility room i* tug COl'"'''' rtKig-g)> .
tot BT in AID 1'0. n t*
A carport. I .etlte Te c.._ Mrs. Mable Knowles, who iivisiting
One of the finett lots I (or,,", ruisioAM hers, made a trip to nn r
Lulu near Southeast SMALL DOWN RK LITAt10PCHASi5S her rjMMSH
oa Lab n BROWKtKOT Tamps accompanied: by
PAYMENTPAYABLE d
Plats Shopping Center a- MIll, tore Lsl Pewee, Mrs.
Hat Cypress and sw.M per Leat1 AS Credlwn ad FeraoM Mao. I Hugh. Daniel aDd Raymond

other tropical trees tog M 4% Uasi rd tag ftawie lave ee tHmaa Again Para. la Tampa the group .

feet on the lake, 200 feet immediaUocrvpancy Yea aM 'orb 01 .... an ben. attended tile wneral of CM>rgeSmith /3r Z' J 0 S OAT'! NO'T "KMICRJtII
for .. .. .
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Also then visited. CtttsPearee I N16t7rN3OHflhMl1 THAT
deep Price *300 so doe't delay _. sad d...... whth r.. 5.
have large Interior lots, hsn ..- tbe ...... 01I CIUr who is conflit4 to a ( Ot'r wyCRg'lt MI n rig
10t Call today 0 bwt.tog rMe..aid, /. IM a Tap Hospllsl. Ceflui Para A3w4tP11Pa nwarS'W4 C35UwDP5Wt91Hf
same area, from $3 I fir d Seeh04 A sod...., aunt' sod 4ALJGNTIitw
for of the Survey Harris Bryu iuriuDa idea sl kw am. h rid Cite Is s brother of Mrs. Daniel
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Twelve WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Tuesday Derembpr2 IQ64
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., DevelopmentJACKSONVILLE Commission A ctivities Criticizedpointed I PHOTO

GIFTS$
Dear
Abby TRIPODS
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(UPI) The ment commission with the Hotel Jacksonville Insurance promoting the state's tourist ..sere 1 SCRIINS I
Look Elsewhere :jQ Florida Development Commits and Restaurant Commission be. executive Charles Campbell to business and mrtustn I think Mel Lowe Camera & TV
ion has its thumb In too mass cseee "regulation of hotels and take the commission's reins as I should hive control vpr who tOl era NW Wlatw Haws
pies and the state's tourist business eating .places shouldn't be mixed chairman Slid i "U "I'm goinrto / performs the funrnons ,,t the
Abigail Van Huron may suffer .If sometaiag with the promotion of tourism." be ultimate1! rpsponsihlp for[ orfl<'e."
Isn't done, according to a group The' subcommittee' says It will
I of state legislators recommend the commission's
The legislative subcommitteeon surplus property division and
DEAR ABBY Do you think a mother should "thinking about H" for a long time and he governmental reorganisation the administration or HIiI Burton
have My say about how her 16-year-old ton ;parked and left Aa far as I know, he hasn't says It will recommend to the hospital funds be transferred to
wears his hair* started any legal' proceedings I will not start parent committee Jan. 14 at a the Board of Commissioners of I
(them and I told him that if he did. I would
HIS MOTHER Sarasota meeting the development State Institutions.
fight him. People refer to our "separation"
Technically we are not "separated." We are Mill commission be relievedof Airport licensing authority
DEAR MOTHER: Mothers, it seems are ro.- legally married, only he left me Why do respectable some of Its duties. would be transferred to the 1
stonily crlHrUIng their tm-agrd KOM about people Invite HIM over for dinner But the subcommittee, which Department of Public Safety and
something. They would be wine to save thrlr. and entertain him for bridge week-enda, camping met In Jacksonville Saturday, senior citizens activities wouldbe <:
prodding for more Important Ihlno. inch aIntegrity. trip and parties? Everyone It opposed merging the develop. given to new state Commission
rleanllacM and Inditing that their still I married, yet they treat him as boeheh: on the Aging.
their beet efforts to their itmtlrt. When conning: :
ton rive were a gay bachelor. Are they not Howard Walton, director of
a boy exprrwrt fcli rebellion IB an eft-brat and his actions by Inviting him? My lawyer tells me
perhaps, Mother.frcaklih hair style If hit hair I-I clean, as long as he pays the bills there Is nothing I Gl I Insurance the says reorganization the group decided committee to await LIQUOR FOR LESS !
skip II can do but wait Is this fair What do you suggest the Florida Senate' bond study<:
?
before views whetherthe
DEAR ABBY: Everyone I ask telU me something ALONE development offering commission on FORMERLY 219 3rd ST. S.W.
different and by now I I *v Maybeyou Payments To should<: be relieved of the dutyof n's ,
.
or one of your reader r :h'elI me deride. DEAR ALONEi There Is rarely .f.Ir...." lathe issuing bonds for various VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW
'Should we tell our house? We've lived here 26 personal tragedy ef divorce. Lutes to your governmental subdivisions
years and my husband and I are all nlone now, lawyer. And find Interests ef your ewa. The subcommittee opposed a COCKTAIL LOUNGE
having iust married off our youngest daughter.My Be ExpeditedThe proposal to change the commission
1 MOST DRINKS
should the house
husband says we keep ao from an appointive boardof 39C HOOVER 49C
that when the children come to visit us with DEAR ABBY: think the woman who signed seven men to an executive or HI BAllS
their children me will have room for (them. He herself "CONFUSED" has my ex-husband. There speeded-up payment of board comprised of the gover
says that after living I in a U-ronm house' we can't be TWO men In the world like that. Tell $224.11 million In 1969 GI In. nor and<: some Cabinet members GIFT ,
'
will never be happy in an apartment I my If the her that she Isn't NUMBER THREE she Is surtnct dividends ordered by .\
children want to visit us we can rent them an with the commission director D :,'
NUMBER FIVE When I married him I thoughtI f
John S. Cleason Jr. Admin.Itrator
,
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apartment In the same building or somewherenear named by the Cabinet. .A .
was NUMBER TWO but I was NUMBER
us. The steps in thin house are too much FOUR. (iI I just got rid of him last summer so I of Veteran Affair, Gov.-elect Haydon Burns appeared > IiB'CANTE I ; VllllNllilll JU
need a yard more and its will bring 16,011,400 to the 122,* before the and
for me any doubt If he could have married In be- group
anyone I IMP.
keo't.: : : SCOTCH10f
hard to A big l house Is a lot of workto tween.) Also, tell her they should stay out of 786 CI policyholders In Florida spoke against taking the appointive
keep clean. If* expensive and besides now Georgia West Virginia and North Carolina as shortly after the first of the power away from the /
that the children are gone It's lonesome. Any he la wanted for felonies I there. year. governor. w. ( BONDED SOUTHERNCOMFORT '"I [
ideas Continuation 01 the accel.rat- Burns who last week ap
NOT GETTING ANY YOUNGER NUMBER FOUR ed dividend payment, as has SIR. KY BOURBONSeagram .t'r
been don three time In the >
.
DEAR NOT GETTING ANY YOUNGERI past four year, war requestedby Education Cost ; .
(And who .Is?) This It one dee-I.loa you and your Troubled? Write to Abby. Box 69700 Los President Johnson.
husband must make for yourselves.. I say, do Angeles Calif.: For pomonal reply, enclose astamped Cleason advised Rufus H. n 17
whatever .Is easier for YOU. self-addressed envelope Wilson, manager of the SU V.O.a iOIl ,

C o . Petersburg VA R'llonalOmc., Increases 1 100 Liqiieiif
that the VA hoped the entire By tiaiuu REG. 7.15 GIFT
DEAR ABBY: After 22 years of marriage my For Abby's booklet "How To Have A Lovely payment could be started Immediately
husband: has left me I have consulted marriage Wedding" send SO cent to Abby, Box 69700, after i.wT.ar'IDa = i I WRAP

counselors short, I've, tried minister everything, friends, but and he relatives Mill I refusesto In Los Angeles Calif. and completed by Jan. 10. 29 Per Cent REG.
come home He simply: said he had been 0 McN-ufht Sydle.u, ins IU4 The 1964 dividend, of $229 jI m1
million was paid In record 7.15
time-eight day*. In I96J, the Public education cost Flo- .6.w.
Knights of Columbus Fifth Annual Yule Party dividend checks were mailed rldlans $593,700,000 during the
out In 31 days and for 1961 1963 fiscal year, 19 per cent __
New Year's Eve DanceTO Planned At dividend, less than three months over the previous year compared
were required.The with a 10 per cent Increase
Give the won't return
gift they
BE HELD AT NORA MAYO HALL Civic CenterThe regular dividends are nationally, the Florida State
Social Hour MO P.M. Dancing 10 P.M.'til 2 A.M. prlmarllyar.turntoth.poUchold.n ,- Chamber of Commerce reported
Sunshine Club will hold of part of their prsm- in Its Weekly Business Review -
Music by the VERSATONES It* fourth annual Christmas lum payment since the death released yesterday
party Friday beginning 12:30.: rate among GI policyholders "Florida's faster than national HEUBLEIN ii "
FOR TICKITS & MSMVATIONSTHONI continue to be lower than the rate of Increase Indicatesan ; ncient
Win t u guests, senior citizens rate upon which the payment Improving trend In the state's &
f Don Blow 293.3124 members and form*. were established by law. school and universities. This FULL STRENGTH '"' "
FLORIDA tr members of the Tourist In all, the dividend will be I :
O'FICI SUPPLY trend also shows up In per cap ,
,
Club and other .NklnlIOm.thlnr
A Eugene Wiiratl. 294-2190 divided among 4,610,000 veteran ita figures. The Florida total COCKTAILS '; e
to do Christmas Day III : :
.;
AUSTATI INSURANCI *, holder of World War I figures to $107 for every resident
art cordially Invited to attend.
/ U.S. Government LltelnlUranc. of the state, 17 per cent
Norman Ltnahan 293-7933
,
GENERAL CHAIRMAN Those planning to attend are and World War D National Service more than In 1962. The national Martini I ,;, --- 4 vs. its. af.SOUSSON ,
t asked to bring a covered dish, Lift Insurance. Of the average was $127 per ,
DONATIONS $S PER COUPLE table service and cotfee. $224.8 million 1865 dividends, person but the rate of gain was Manhattan rl '' AIIC lt t
$210 million will to :t.1 : FEDERAL
go approximately only halt of Florida' '
Free Favors Free Door Prize Entertainment will follow the '
; '"
4,400,000 NSLI policyholders "Florida's rank among the Daiquiri IIJJ '- ; 6'RESERVE
\ dinner. All person are asked
S.ml-Formal and the remaining$14.8 50 states In per capita expenditure .
to their card .
.
bring own *
million win go to 210,000 USCUpcllcyholders. for public education wa Rer 45 35.75 cue N '. .. 1211. SfI. IT.III.REO. .
37th during the 1983 fiscal year, ;
Korean Conflict veteran hold a decided Improvement over the .
Let Mother Enjoy participating policies that previous year' rank of 44. 6.35
do not provide regular annual "Florida state universitiesand

Christmas Dinner at Home! dividend payment public junior college received MA/111. n
Wilson reminded policyholder $91,600,000 of the 1963
that the preparing and total, up 24 per cent while the 4695 ;
mailing of dividend payment national figure moved up 17 per 3/4 Qts,
Ire automatic and require no cent. Florida' public school
correspondence from veteran received $488,400,000, up 18
or their families. In fact such per cent compared with S
FORBIDDEN.FRUIT
'II percent 4 COMP. BOTTLE 95 FULL
correspondence might delay the nationally. Schools for the Q
dividend distribution procsss, handicapped and other special k'OwnCliis-BUckberry-Menthe-Cacao: QUART
he tald. school In the state received

$13,700,000, up 6 per cent.

Nat King Cole Included$100 In these million amounts spent\! t*for around -I|| PIPER-HEIDSIECK I Seagram'sROWN

new buildings, land and equipment
Flooded With tt public universities, colleges I or
and school This total
+
i 1t Yule GreetingsSANTA I* 25 per cent more than the 1 MUMM'SIMPORTED [
previous year's capital outlayfor
M MONICA, Calif. (UPI) these purposes comparedwith INn
.Fans of alllnc singer Nat a one per cent gain nationally. -
King Col today were flooding CHAMPAGNE
his hospital room with Christ "Monies spent for public ? ROYAL
/ SMORRiSON'S mu card and message of schools at all levels, and for GIFT
cheer public universities, collegesand
"I have seen four big boxesof special school are Included WRAPPED
card," said a spokesmanfor in the Florida figure Federal a.t5 VALUE BEAUTIFULLY
St. John's Hospital. "He's fund spent under school
rtady.to..trvt ROAST TURKEY been getting a bagful of mall a lunch and vocational educational GIFT BOXED
day. I have no Idea how many programs and for relief to 1
(UO-12 Ibt. precooked wt.) (cards and letters) thty're com. Impacted areu are also Includ ,tuta I 10 YEAR
log In so tut." ._
ed. Not Included we educational 'mJ
Includes 10.12 ttrvtnai of' coat Television Impresario EdSuUllvan grant to private schools or Individuals a
ONLY $1.95 dressing! and quart ef rich giblet CANADIAN
for one, ha* urged his Interest on debt, retirement -
flr vy. audience to lend the velveU fund and cost of agricultural WHISKY
voiced singer card*. experiment stations. .rn
Cole, 43, was hospitalized ."

FREE. Dec.cobalt I and treatment has been undergoing at nearby TRAIL-OF L VODKA or DRY GIN 3 SLtlO

with tack turkey Santa Monies Hospital for a VANCOUVER, B.C. (UTO-
.1 lb. MORRISON'S presumably eancrrou "I u n r Undaunted by snowy weather In
tumor" although there was no recent days, police here followed .
Flavor-Perfect fcif official confirmation the tumor a trail of "ice" to nab FULL QUART I IMP.SOOTCHGUCKENHEIMER COFFEE wa* malignant. three theft suspects.
Doctor) were optimistic the Police Investigating break White Horse
cobalt treatment would reducethe In at a Jewelry store noticed a
*"n aromatic blend of the rarest' site of the tumor. trail of ring leading<: from a
costliest bunt, carefully routed Colt war expected to be re. smashed window to a nesrbi 86 BLEND JAIG 5* *
and packaged daily in our own leased from the hospital In restaurant It led<: to three
plant( yours to sample and enjoy about a week and return for roust suspects who were f BRUGAL RUM
our complimenti. treatment a week later, attend turned over to Juvenile authori fll Martin's
ants said. ties.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS TODAY Telephone: 293.1869 ParkUilfordVODKA '''

or mt order form at Morrison's V.Y.O. .

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