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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Watchnight >ByJACKGTONETT the backbone of the Industry- .

The Florida Citrus ReporterFor you might say ..th. guy that

more than two decades, started all this."
this department bat woundup Now, here are some specific Razing Of Old
Slated
Service
the old year by taking long, predictions that appear Just a*
deep look into the coming year good a* a certain soap's claim
trying to what for purity -- 09.44 per cent or
predict might
Nw Year' Ev*ervlcwlll ytufP i r'a
even better
happen In the forthcoming 12 Church Starts
be held at 7SO tonight at Beymer month. CURRENT CROP ESTIMATE
Memorial Methodist Church There will be a
In making
predictions evena
,
with the observance of Holy day ahead, on the happenings, further reduction probably' In t

Communion. doings politics, shenanigan two or three states, of the current Next WeekDemolition
Th Rev. Leo F. King will and sometimes out-and-out estimate In the Florida
be In charge of the service,
hanky panky In the citrus Industry orange crop. I anticipate, from
assisted by the Rev. Rodney what Information has been of the 49-year-old

Johnson associate minister, how long, any he writer has been, no around matter available In the last few days, sanctuary of the First Baptist

and Dr. John G. Stradley, minister 1* taking a calculated risk, that the federal crop reporting Church will begin early next
of music. week to make way for the eon.
service of the USDA will,
Is bound to hit
Th* chancel choir will sing. an argumentative at least, chop the pr.vaUlnclLl '. ruction at a new Mil.million
two
spot or and can hardly
Th Junior and Senior Methodist dollar building scheduled for
Youth Fellowships of help !but touch on a sore point '(Continued On Page 8, CoL I) completion lit time for the 10th
,
Trinity Methodist Church will here and there. '. \ anniversary of Winter ll> ",,'.
sponsor a New Year's Eve celebration Without hesitation, the prediction OlJoil church next Nov. 12.

and Watchnight Service that the Florida citrus :'10<,.<)., .J.Jl The final service to be held
t tonight from 9o'clockunUl mid Industry will continue not only FBI Arrests in the old building will be the
night. In 1965! but far into the future l 1 observance of the ordinances

The fellowship period priorto other lecades, to be the envy of every '''., : <. :.i. of btpll.mIt the Lord's Sup.
the 11 o'clock service will agricultural commodity per at the evening worship ar
group in the world, because of Wanted ManWanted
include came arranged ac- rice Sunday at I p.m.
It* organization and its continued
cording to are group There The congregation of the
will be active games, mental prosperity, 1* No.1. In California on a church voted list night to be.
games and games of skill. I also predict good, productive charge of assault with a deadly tin Immediate construction of
citrus acreage will remain the new church, which will seat
Refreshments will be served weapon, Frank Avon William
following the fellowship hour. a high priced real estate s, 54, was arrested by the 1,100 pars mi.
Item through 1965! there be
; will The new building has been
Participants In the Watch- FBI near Winter Haven It was
night Service will be given an no distress or bargain basement revealed today by Joseph FtSantolana designed \>\ architect Arthur
opportunity to make spiritualNew sale of grove property special agent In Whit of Orlando ant "*ill be
Year's resolution at the with a good record of pro- charge of the Tampa office construe by pan C0 p4:, Joe
duction or, In the of
case young, cal contractor.
altar and/ to welcome the New Williams was living In the
year; wjth a lighted candle non-bearing groves, properly Lake Ida .ct1onunder the name The design t if th*' buildings
A }iwstchnight service ate/. 1* totaled and with good potential.And of Fred Jones, and was working I modified colonial planned
while I am being gen.. to fit Into & other
planned by the Dundee Metho- a* a citrus picker. He was are iheajJeefrtte
dlMChutctu 'WU/Iefm predict that our rested by the m while w irklnr moat rec*;t1 l? twill educational
collective trlerdJohn Q.Grow- In a grove northeast ot Lake facilities to the east of the
er", will, during the year get Wales.According. sanctuary.
Dock Strike more control of hi* own Industry to the FBI The flea *dUlr* will lace
through the action of Florida William fled from California agent, FIRST IAPTIST CHUMCK IUllDIN&-ConttructUn for the modified, celonlet ttructur were drawn ky Arthur west on Second Street and will.

GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI) Citrus Mutual and that to avoid prosecution on the of the new half-million doller sanctuary *f the Pint Bep White, Orlando architect Den Cooper of Winter Haves connect with the eduratlonal

The president of the Interna. Industry groups and organisa charge He Is alleged to lure tilt Church, of Winter Haven will begin early ne.t week li the building centr*oter buildings. There will be too
tional Longshoremen' Assocla. lions of Florida Citrus Maud assaulted a companion at Salinas with the demolition of the old edifice built in 1916 PUfti eats on the main floor. and 130
and that Industry group and in the "balcony. The) .**. iiditor-
tlon (JLA), Thomas Gleason of Calif., lo 1901, using a
New York, step Into dead. organizations, officials and pocket l knife He was convicted lum li to b* complemented bya
locked talks with chipper today otherwise, will pay more attention of the charge of assault witha rebuilt pipe organ and new
Snow
to what John Q. Grower Hampers Coach Joins Baby's Beating furnishing throughout There
predicting "a contract In deadly weapon, but ailed to Triplett
10 hours' If the steamship com.panles think and more Importantly appear for sentencing will be a choir seating for IX),
what h* wants. There will
Three of the stained glass
"stop making the rules After his arrest near Laic
be a gradual buildup of relying picture windows, at the "rll.n'IInctU.t
Wale, h* was confined In the EffortsSAN
more and more on grower- Rescue Puzzles Police will be Included in
Failure could set off a dock.workers' counsel within the Industry,and taken Lakeland to Tampa city jail for before a hearing being Rec Staff PartTime the new structure They will be
strike from Main to
that Is
exactly as It should be mounted above tile ntra.\ce
the Mexican border. because the grower Is,after all, before the V. I.Commllllon.r.I FRANCISCO ((VT1)) A fiT PCTVR8DURG (VPI!) over the d....,. on the west
small army of daredevil hell. Football Coach Calvin Trip- physical education teacher al Police were Irving to unravel end.

copier pilots waged war againstthe lett, who hat directed the Winter Garner Momentary: School, r*. Thursday the mystery still sun The building also will house

High School Science battered element northern today California In flood Haven High Blue Devil cenily re-Joined the recreation rounding li.monftuold Stephen the pastor's study, offices of

StudentsDo and like war Itself, the battle- to consecutive winning Mason department staff. Money, whom a doctor said was" (Continued On Page I. Col. I)
the past two years, wa named "Calvin's main responsibility the victim "of the mot brutal
was "one of "hurry up and yesterday sfternoontotlme city's will be working on youth besting I have ever seen done

wait recreation department staff ports activities after school," to an Infant In my 19 year of
Research At Citrus StationBy The hurr) and up supplies came a* re.enforr.m.nls Working on what was defined Hill said this morning"It* practice" Chiang Would
were
a* a "part-time" basis, Trip will also supervise the playground .
moved communities In the child
Into key hospitalized In
let! will assist In setting up program In the eummerIn
Slsklyou and Kumboldt counties critical condition, still rights for
Danny Griffith works with Dr. students, is primarily to acquaint and carrying out youth program addition" to helping out with
RUTHLEMA WARD during brief break In a storm *. his life He was ."m.l"ed.ton. Destroy Reds'Nuclear
Tarjan, studying spreading decline him with youth baseball.
laboratory
Writer pro which the feet
Staff ripped are with day night witht\ and
Recreation Director Dob Hilt Hill said that In the
In citrus In Polk Count)' cedures. In mematology, tor past a
snow, rain, hall and wind hand burned, with two bone
H* has taken root samples froma example, lie U learning to Ideo- announced several months. lCOth.1 lull-time supervisor I has bn
The University of Florida rut the long wall continued In one arm broken and his
number of throughout of the city will expend its employed during Ih* summer
grove tidy the numerous types
Citrus Experiment Station at a* twirling snow thwarted .(- body carried numerous bnilsei.Brain .
the county to help him determine nematode U h* should find over-all program with' the emphasis months With the addition of Power
Lake Alfred also Is experimentIng fort by the helicopter crew to damage and blood clot
the area which might be and of the tiny wiggling or- on youth. Triplet) I I. the Triplet\ ), this will now be eliminated. -
with advancing the education reach some (00 person ma. third behind both eyes had left him
Infested part-Urn employ to beadded .
with nematode
of five Winter Haven High ganUms, the Information wouldbe rooned by flood In mountainous nearly blind, l condition which TAIPEI, F"rlllOa (UPI)-
to the
His work of the staff the firs!being Hill, said that Triplet will be
U most
u turned over to the proper .
students the doctors said Kal liek
School science area near California-Ore. wan temporary. resident Chianj aid
wart done the science Continued Rick Furnarl, a student at Polk a valuable asset to the depart.menl"
: being by Oi Pas 1 ) .
"And we could have placed gon border Junior The. unidentified doctor told today Communist China' nuclear
College Billy Moore, staff,
more In our laboratories If .'Jv.rythln.1I); loaded In .hell a poll,. Wednesday the burn installations should be detroyed .

they had been available," said copters and ready to laid were Inflicted "by *a open before the) Red com
Dr. A, C. Taran| nematologlst.Th one civil I defense otilctaL C "but flame, such II a match or plet the development of nuclear .
Experiment Station 1* the weather forecast U for five Trooper Hurt In CrashAt cigarette lighter Informed weapon.
one of seven Winter Haven area more days of snow storms." Sources add.Howard The 77-yewold Chinese 1eaJo
scientific and research **tab- The (00 stranded persons live er mid In a New Year's men
llshments which II cooperating la or near the four SUUyoa William, chief of po. sue that the Nationalist are
with a program launched this 'u Count] communities of Semen Hwy. 27 IntersectionA lire at Marcy FlnelU Park determined to prevent the Com
where the child lives continued
year by the high school u a Bar, Fork of Salmon Sawyer monists from developing mean
the child'
direct result of the vision and Bar art <:eclMlle, along thetlam.th questioning parent of delivering their nuclear
hard work ofN1ItE"IJIIHup- / and Salmon river. a-year-old Florida Highway Damage to the vehicle was and a neighbor, Mr. Gloria weapon,
**, award -winning scteoe Joe Thornton, a Klamath Ma.Uonal patrolman, John Russell set at 11,900! each I Drift. 14, about Stepr"**** con.dltion. Ch eng did out dlsclos now
teacher.Th Forest pilot, flew over Westt ray of Halve City, wan A* Clots man was killed two Mr, Drlpp took core of he expect to stop the Communist
three of the town and reported hoepltallaed yesterday afternoon week aro at (the cam Intersection the boy on Monday. from becoming! atomic ,

student are among 17 mot of the are appear io when his quad ear and when he ran a stop sign Hllliam" said police are con. powr. j
who hue been working in var Sated another vehicle collided at theInteraectlonofHiry.nandSUt and was hit by a citrus truck. lemplatlng lie detector test for He said also Nationalist

iou laboratories three aAr "No one is know to be I*. At beset eight persons have teen all three persona, but have and Cftln II "not distorted" by i
noon a week since September Jured or dead and there appar. Rd. (40Westterry. killed this year along a 10 mile taken any each action yet threat to Its membership. .Ml
At the Experiment Statin (Continued OB Page I. CoL 4) on duty at)the Urn stretch of Hwy n between tile Va 11 Italians
are senior Bill Adam, Scotty Co&P of the mishap was admitted to Dundee and Lake Waie Tb The police chief said the Chiang laid the atomic blast

Ball Danny Griffith Ruby Lake Wale Hospital lor observation hlgnway I I. now being lour* ..- parents, George and flirted. the K..is set off III October ut {
Taylor and Greg Willis. Minute Maid and later transferred lo *d, and th* new Une will lie Jo Money, and Mr*. Drtpt. *U "danger signal tot our aa*
Bill Adam, right at home Lakeland General HopttaL H* opened about the end of I uua". laid they had no We the baby t....."
because be live In Lake Alfred Plant Tours 1* reported I* good o ditlan. was seriously Injured until his "We shall sever let the Chi.

work with Dr. S. V, Ting Five persona la th* second pajamas were removed at a neee Communist with their. .
and other scientists the laboratory To Be Resumed car escaped unharmed, They hosplULttlllalm awnetrou mentality ud t4Venturis o

where wen test u were the driver, Attest P. 1 14 Dog, Tags. said 'n. t>rlw re. *) complete they ne.elect
determining the amount of sugar Tour of the tflmt Maid PetrelL tl; his wile, Alma lated she h4 dree*** the cMId delivery system to speed
In citrus Juices are made. Company processing plant at Oj D. M. Petrefl 12)) AssunuPetrell early Monday moron* Mil re. devutattun to all part of the
BUI plan to major In organU Aaburadal will resume TV- f(; and Helen Tracer,, menbered only that *** sax world," Chiang said In his an.

chemistry: In college. day, It wa announced today by a, all of Vero Beech, Arthur. Expire Today tight cflarellHMtou r.ee+aNM( neat Hew Year' meeeag.
Scotty Hail, working' U tile lair glide Chart .. Harger.Tb Petrell U orglnan from Rock- bruUe about the boy.. bode Red China tested It* first BO
biological control: laboratory, free tour ot tu. citmsprocOTlAg land Ma**. Th mother eeJUpeed end clear device la the) remote
spend* much: ot his Urn laIn facility will b* of- litI.. W. Well, who Investigated AH IH4 best tie evplr to w.* placed under solstice at reaches" of esters Chin Oct.
Mow, tedious prates* of rA fared dally Tuesday throve aU Wes terry was ds/ Dr James..*oadur*. torof hr borne 1.. Weetera scientist doubt g
watching for tile reprodBCtKxitt Saturday at S and 10i*> a. n. driving smith on Hwy. tlOk when tb* rat County He..la Department that the Peking Communist
mite la various living mat- and t and SjSO p... Petrel. car darted la front reminded today. pomes the bomber or rocket
ter such as potato and cot Last year nor du 4,500 of Urn. Petrell was beaded needed to tarry M atomic
tuiwr free al over UM Called weal M Stale Rd. (40. Petrel Asp bet found nimtM|Lard* No News-Chief weapon to a target.,,,
ton.Scotty record ofBW at fir liter today wJfxwi a lJ ,if Chiang said the: 100 million I
keep a dafly State amt. tree many torelc atogied lot a Map sign
did Will be packed j* and ass b On New Year'sTh Chlneee I via behind the .
dead Bajv.too
and but
eggs living or- comtrte were stow fir** Intersection agar
HOW SWEET IT IS-im Ad... Winter Mv.. the. till
s, c awy pawi, sellKew .
ganiam u lie discover* them !Iud low MUM Maid CornBay !ot see the patrol stttomcUl Curtain suffering
High itwdeflt. determines! delly th. *mo..*t .f I* a4
tt.fr.n a hlgh powered microscope ages proeeeee curve tew It* pproactilnc. tags CM',"otAabwt Moss Daily Hewe-Chlef win "economic octal exhaua-
U tb* lab. His tart Involve cline |wice< 'in the Ieborsteriee .f the Citrate E>per/""*"t taoMM. MIMM Maid sad SM. Petrel vas cbarf d with via lay "'.......,..**) Jar 11,50,plus> eat b* published tomorrow, .New non" while tile P'ktoj regime i
tile ability to loendrj S'iOlt. lire reieerck cqei<,ti bins with. the .chIM41M' Crop Froceo Concentrate ad bakb of the rlgt4- -..a". Well die KH M saw rates vacelia Year'tDey Publication will be seek to compute Its nuclear

cud Gr" AillDIo end uses *f basic i"Mr"try .q.. p"' ''''' Bl-C rrvit Drink said. Hon. reword Sudsy ft mi ur..






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3 ScientistsTo Mobile X-Ray



c ei t.e Schedule Is
Speak At a sew \

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Citrus Seminar i c. ReleasedThe


schedule for the mobile
Three local sclentlMs art I X-ray unit was released today
scheduled to speak at the 18th Health
by the Polk County Department
annual Indian River Citrus sem* and the Tuberculosisand
Soar at Vero Beach Jan U-t4. RD Unit of Polk County.
Topics discussed will runt The unit will be In Winter
from aerial spraying to drain U' Haven every Friday afternoon

act problems to fertilizers to except New Years Day. The
rootstocks to torpedo er.... 1 dates are Jan. 8, It, 22, and
Presiding at the meeting the 29, and the hours are 1:30 to
first day will be Fred p Lawrence i 4 p.m. The unit will be at the

cltrlculturlst with the health department.The .
Agricultural Extension ServIce unit will be In Haynes
In Gainesville Presiding City at the health department
the second day will be Hugh C.
Tuesday, Jan. II, and again
Whelchel, St. Lucie County Tuesday, Jan. 26, from 1:30 to
Agent 4 p.m. both days.
Local speakers will be Dr. On Wedn.sday.Jan.13, and onWednesday
Harry Ford of Lake Alfred Jan. 27, the unit
speaking on New Discoverieson
will be In Auburndale at the
Poorly Drained Soils; Dr. health department from 8 to
George Ryan of Lake Alfred
11:30 a-m.
speaking on Using Herbicides On Tuesday Jan. 19, the X.
More Effectively and Dr WIN ray unit will be at Waverly
lIam Grlerson of Lake Alfred i Growers from 1 to 0 p.m.
with a talk on Producing Florida R will be at the Minute Maid
Lemons for the Market
Company In Auburndale on
Thursday, Jan. 21, from 0 to
--- I a.m., and 2.30: to 430 p.m.

Baker Damage MESH BAG BEST .. Best for keeping lemons the longest NEMATODES ANYONE? ... Danny Griffith checks feeder SEASONED BEANS .. Greg Willis shows Scotty Ball some
time and most attractive In the eyes of the homemaker, who root samples collected from various points around the county of the bean specimens which are beginning to show some effects
purchases them three to one over lemons In solid plastic bags, to determine If nematodes are present. Dan work under Dr. from the chemical treating of the seeds before they were planted.A. New Year'sEve
Is the yellow mesh bag at the right of Ruby Taylor who Is study C. Tarjan, nematologlst at the University of Florida Citrus Scotty is studying the biological control of mites.
Suit Dropped ing the situation. Experiment Station In Lake Alfred. Quiet


WASHINGTON (UPIDavid High School Science Students For Johnsons

J, Carllner, attorney for the TrialIs Services Held
vending machine company that Lindbergh JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (UPI)
brought a 1300,000 damage suit President and Mrs. Johnson
against Bobby Baker touching will ring In the New Year In
Do Research At Citrus Station
off a Senate investigation and a At Rebuilt Texas tonight while their two
presidential campaign Issue, daughters celebrate ,,'friends
aid today he will ask U.S. dls.trict 30 Years Old (Continued From Page One) The package selectedby most by growers and nurserymen. in Washington.
court here to dismiss the for futher Investigation homemakers in the one Winter The story Is the same every
agency
.ult. Church and problem solution. Haven store which Is cooperate where-.the unique program; being The President and First Lad)

Carllner said the court wouldbe Negro Danny, as the other students log In the experiment is an pioneered by Winter Haven planned a quiet holiday at the
FLEM1NGTOU N. J. (UPo- The School under Miss Hughes' LtVT Ranch Gut they col.
requested today to halt ac. child i WAS kidnaped has opportunities to open-mesh bag the shoppers' High may
many
They called it "the trial of the Myrrh 1 direction .Is providing the 17 lent on some Invitations to
tlon on the suit brought by 1932. Hauptmann meet and work with choice, three to one. The other par.
visiting
Ralph J. Hill, president of the century" and so far the tag has arrested In New York Sept. 20, RIPIIY: Miss. (UP!) -More scientists who often come to the two are clear and colored plas. pilot students with knowledge ties In Austin before midnight
Capitol Vending Co., because stuck. There hasn't beer nuns to 1914, and he was executed In than 210! Negroes gathered In an for tic concerning laboratory equip.
Hill and Baker, former secre. match It since. the electric chair in Trenton unfinished building! and sat fur and Experiment research.Station study Ruby plans to study at Bob ment and techniques equallingany The first Family was shorton
tary to Senate Democrats had On trial was German.born April 3, 1935. 90 minutes on makeshift Jones College In Greenville to which they will be exposed New ear's resolutions. The
Ruby Taylor works under the
said he had made
agreed to an out of court settle. carpenter Bruno Richard Haupt Visitors View Scene benches Wednesday night to close supervision of Dr. William S. C., where she will major In In college. President "
went lie refused to disclose the mann. He was charged with the Visitors still come to Flem. (hank white relieve students for home economics The three hours a week minimum none. "I dldn make any, said
settlement's cost. kldnap-sUylng of Charles A. ington to stare at the courtroomIn helping to rebuild their burned Grlerson,of food particularlywith Greg Willis treats .eedswlth time spent In the laboratories Linda 20. Nor did Mrs. John.
Lindbergh. of the "Lone church problems package of them son reveal any vowi for the fu.
Hill brought the suit more son the white courthouse with ing. chemicals to determine their (and most
than a year ago, charging that Eagle" who captured the heartsof brownstone steps. Some still Dressed In Itirlr SUIlIabesl., Ruby tests lemons which are effect on the growth habits of spend much more time than that) tune.Seventeen..
the nation when he made his search ojt the spot where a various plants.He exposes the students to some of
Baker' Servu Corp. had de. Negro ml'n. women and chll. packaged in three different types year-old Lurl said
prlved Hill. firm of a large daring solo flight across the truckdrlver found the body of dren heard a number of &pl'al of bags. Her studies cover currently is working with the greatest minds in research she s "made a lot" but she kept
contract. The contract was for Atlantic to Paris In 1927. the honey-haired child In a ers express. heir appreciationto determining which package Is three plantings of beans In one anywhere and to the most expensive them to herself
placement of vending machines The trial got underway 30 thicket six miles from the the "Carpenter for Christ. most attractive to the home. of the greenhouses, some of and most complicated
In the Falls Church, Va., plantof years ago this Saturday In the Lindbergh home In Hopewell on mas," maker, which holds the fruitat which are beginning to show scientific Instrument avail Lurl returned to Washingtonlast
Melpar, Inc., an electronicsfirm century-old Huntordon County May 12, 11132. top quality for the longest various degrees of retardation able. Tuesday to start cram.
with government con. courthouse. Press coverage was David T. Wllentz then a The "rarpenters," composed time. and inhibition of growth Six other students are scattered mine!: for final exams L' n d a
tracts. overwhelming. Wires I were dashing young lawyer who u of about 23 students and three She also checks for decay Greg, working with Or. from Auburndale to Eagle went back to the White (House
The suit, which brought Dak. strung all over town Union state attorney general project professors IroinCXifilln College and color In fruit. The fruit Arthur Plerlnger hortlcultur- Lake In a variety of scientific Wednesday. Doth rids hope! to
er to the nation's attention as Motel, across the street from ed Huuptmann, has become one In Ohio, nave up their Christ she works with It kept In the allot at the Experiment Station fields from the bitterness problem get their tests out of the wa)
an alleged influence peddler the courthouse, became famous of New Jersey's most promlisl'Demeeratic mas vacations to help rebuild "worst possible condlttons also has experiments In citrus in grapefruit to a project before Inaugural week festlvl.
'Clyeam/tantislEvidence. th .,AnlHh( rapt 1st seedlings In hematology underway in a
Charged ther Senate alas 'revteived pollttclanl.auWktle Church: Hut Ruby said, 70-degrte tens underway.,7/I.w'crapdrult/ ties.
$!, maintaining') the original contract allover the world wrote millions ,.eidance? he.. pr."'tw.4n following a civil! rliSitOittnjlnfcIn .1 kept cool'of course keep theft their way.JWrqugh the per lite, story of their work V1U
for Capitol Vending and of words during the trial's the air, he has lakM the post the structure Int7Of't.? St. freshness much longer. k rooting medium used widely appear next In this series. (Continued From Page One)

then used his influence to ob. 43 day. tlon that no one has dlspro/ed
lain it for Servu. The prosecution convinced the the evidence, no additional ran. Cars containing wlillt*persons
From this suit arose the Sen. Jury Hauptmann was guilty although son money has come to light aslonalh drove nlowh b)
ate Rules Committee Investiga ( It could not find a wit, since the close of the case and luring HIM ci/nstruilIon, li u I
lion Into Baker' outside bust. ness and offered only circumstantial no legitimate confessions have there was no trouble, Tlppuh
evidence. The prosecution been made. County! SheriffVa>'ne Mjunt-v
ness activities in whlrh he was
supposed to have amassed a f 2 contended Hauptmann But hometown lawyer Lloyd stationed himself outside the
million paper fortune made a ladder from floorboards Fisher, who defended Haupt church U dnesdanlklit: ho*,'.
In his attic used it to ever
mann along with Edward J. .
f: i,>, >rATLANTA, tl'IITf.U: climb to the window of the Reilly of New York City diedIn This has been, a quiet meet.

UPI>-The 106- Lindbergh mansion, took the June, 1900, convinced Haupt- IIIR, but I thought I"d letter be .. .
000 dovH that inhabit Fulton child killed him and later received mann was Innocent. here just In case." he explainedto t a
County 'Atlanta have a com $50,000 ransom In a Before he died Fisher said, newsmen.
puce uoli,a for Hum cemetery from tihoul.teacher "I still believe he had nothing ,
Dr John A, Olddenn, ctliettor Jamos F, Condon of the Bronx whit ever to do with the kid. The. church has not |Ken com. .
of vfleilimiv nmllrMl e.rvievarot the famous "Jafsle" In the napping. Thu verdict resulted plctely finished, but the stu.
the ('01 ani.... nny II computrik case. from extreme prejudice and the dents' have to leave this ..pl!.
"DS n u k ol nil done mid It took two years before netted attitude In the commu end to return to clasne \Inn.do& .
nhtn they should lx :ic-vm- Hauptmann was arrested for nity. There was absolutely no \. The flooring kndw'alleore. ,
climtid: a' elnst ishlpftWr killing "Luc k' Lindy'," 20monthold belleveable evidence that COT cupled most of the work .._
send! out pout colds to son, and to this day necteJ llaup'mann! with the Wed wedas. It

nil do' o\\ nci', ipinlmllii' (hem people still argue whether .." The
congregation sat
Haupt ma,in was guilty or Inn- Delayed ExecutionThe on \1
lI'hl'n to have their pets van Innted I- planks stretched nn toncreleMocks
cent. late New Jersey Cov.
n'rlrien: unld
bulbs \
Two light hung
!:
Harold G, Hoffman was so convinced
naked from the cellliiR. Carpen.
of Hauptmann's Innocence
ter foods sratterwl about
were
.
that he delayed the execution
as long as he could. the flour :,,
lp' l\\ ) )
In 1952 on the 20th anniversary )
To our many flood friends and of the kidnaping, Hoffman can standards of Justice." /
saldi World-Wld. Search ,
customers we with the very The ZVi-year police Investiga. a

e beat In the coming year "I believe the crime was tlon that led to Hauptmann'sarrest .
committed by more than one was directed by H. Nor.
JAN. person 1 believe it would have man Schwarikopf who later
been difficult to execute that became a major general in the
crime without the assistance of army.
PLAN YOUR someone who was Inside either Under Schwartzkopfs directions .
Die Lind'wrgh or the Morrow, hundreds of in/estimatorstraveled
Mrs. Lindbergh's family home." throughout the world IT LOOKS LIKE A
NEW YEAR'SDINNER "I 1 believe that the police, tracking down leads of all
wire llaup'mann had been apprrtewled tjpes. They were handicapped
and the 'lone wolf' at first by Lindbergh's desireto
NOW! pattern of prosecution decided pay the ransom and have
upon, not only failed to make, his child) returned alive. HAPPY NEW YEAR AHEAD!

but made every effort lo hinder Condon became a central fig-1
further Investigation that might ure In the case when he published .
WE ARE SERVING OUR have brought others to the bar i u'ter to the editor In

NEW YEAR'S DINNERFROM justice," Hoffman said the Bronx Home News and received Yesiir things look great for 1965. And on this occasion we'd
"The police took over two a reply from the kid-

II :00 A.M. years to apprehend a suspect. naper. like to express our appreciation for your p.tron.ge.We' .
I could never underttanl their He carried the $50,000 from
COMPLETE DINNERS STARTING at $1.75 eagerness in demanding the Immediate Lindbergh to a man known as ". had a wonderful year.
execution of the convicted "John"* whom he met In a cemetery
Children's Special Dinners at $1.00 man. The suspect was Llnlbergh remained out '
W, do our best to continue to provide you with the
tried rnvJemned Die
an in of sight, but during the trial he
20 more Entrees from which to choose newspapers before he went on said he recognized Haupt. service and facilities your banking needs require.
the stand in who. appears to mann's voice as that at the
For Reservation) call CY 3-00(9 after l'' A.M. have been more a cln us than man Condon met In the cemeterv I
a trial conducted under Amen- .
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SAN FRANCISCO (UPO "It ......11ke hu'1.y", ."It's lected group of office w"rkers. here to talk to prospective dtstributors Oklahoma firm
The world's first lettuce cigarettes aromatic. ."acrid", ."sharp" Come were regular chain i and meet with.... Although be admitted the lei.
went through a small. ,""cert. and"tastes like smokers, others mw.su ikers. growers from the nearby 11118. bloc cigarette don't taste like
N a co4ub do L.t scale market test and" 1 won hn it- I'urning leave snuil" were The lettuce cigarettes! manufacturer u Valle"There's\. tobacco, Rewtlck said "curiosi
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FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. COME SEE SHOP WILD, PRICES ARE SO RIDICULOUSLY .
STORMY WEATHER Rain I* forecast for the Pacific Northwest, Maryland and Virginia
with thundershowers predicted far the Far Wet and upper California. Snow flurries are forecast
for the Pacific Northwest' the Northern' Plateau the New England states and the Great LOW YOU'LL HAVE A BALL.
Lakes region Snow Is forecast for the Rockies and the Central Plains. It will be fair over the

rest of the nation with mild temperatures. GENUINE SAVINGS UP TO 50% AND MORE

LOCAL OUTLOOKFair TemperaturesBy
Florida Zones

and mild with high today United Press Internationa Special Group UNIFORMS
73 to 80. Low tonight In, Low High PanhandleConsiderable
the 50'.. Variable mostly easterly Albuquerque 30 42 -.
winds a to 15 miles per Atlanta 53 64 night and early LADIES' NYLON
hour. Birmingham 58 C6 morning fog. Otherwise partly 588688s
DRESSES
Boston 34 37 and mild tonight JERSEY
cloudy today .
Chicago 29 44 I ENTIRE STOCK ;;1$
and Friday. High today 66to74, TRICOT
Americans Cleveland 32 68 low tonight 58 to 64 Variable REGULAR UP TO IIIl }, LADIES' *
13 41
Denver mostly southeast and east winds lots VALUE VALUES TO 12,91
Detroit 33 49 FALL-HOLIDAY AND WINTERDRESSES
5 to 18 miles per hour through
Jacksonville 47 74 t
Ready To Kansas City 33 48 Friday. I.ADIES1 FLANNELETTE
Los Angeles 43 58 North
Miami 71 78 GOWNS andPAJAMAS
Miami Beach 71 79 Fair and mild through Friday a REGULAR UP TO $12.98
Oust 1964 Twin Cities 18 30 High today upper 10't,
New Orleans 57 78 low tonight in the 40's. Variable ::k ; 3 Price Groups
New York 43 48 winds 8 to 12 mile per REDUCED
By United Press International Philadelphia 41 47 hour.
Americans counted out the Phoenix 46 54 ,
last hours of 1964 today and Raleigh 42 84 Northeast 6 6 '
made ready to welcome the St. Louis 37 S3 6
New Year with accustomed re. San Francisco 45 84 Fair and mild through Fri. M 3.11
solve and revelry Seattle 29 37 day High today mld 70's, low r
With a kiss In the dark at Tampa 52 75 tonight 49 to 63 Variable winds "'
Maxim de Parts In Chicago Washington 38 57 6 to 12 miles per hour, ENTIRE STOCK
and the ringing of half a thou.
sand bells at Cartervllle, Ill.,at CentralFair jtMIDRWOfCIfCHANSONETTE LADIES' SKIRTS
a dozen football bowl game ctUles U.N. RecessesFor j n'
and a million and one par. and mild through Fri r
ties the nation I I ade farewell to1964the day. High today 75 to 80, low 777
year of the passing of tonight in the 50'a. Variable PRICE
Cen Douglas MacArthur and 18 Days mostly easterly winds 8 to 15 BRAS
and former President HerbertC. miles per hour. 69
Hoover, of Don SChollander's
U\mD NATIONS N,
Y.
four Olympic gold medals and (flPI)-The General Assembly Southeast Regular 2.00 Value (ADlS'
the Alaska earthquake.
'
started an 18.da) recess today, All WEATHERGIRLS'
Celebrants dusted off 2 3.3I
paper FOR
leaving unsolved its financial Fair and mild through Fri i
hats, horns and unkept resolutions crisis and Russia right to day. High toda* 'Upper 70's, JACKETS
and got ready to Jam low tonight 83 to 60. Easterlywinds
vote Respite Its refusal >o
pay
Times Square In New York and peace-keeping! assessments 10 to If'rtfies per hoar WEAR |
; the traditional party it the In. .
Throughout Wednesday, dele.
tersection o State and Ran
( gates sought In private talks to Southwest
do u In Chicago In a gala wrk
ENTIRE STOCK
solve the fiscal dilemma that
PANTSDRESS
,come to the babe of IOCS
has been In negotiation betweenthe Fair and mild through Friday -
The National Safety Council United States and Russia High today 80, low tonight GIRLS' 00
predicted 300 to 360 persons 88 to 60. winds
since last March, And twice Mostly easterly
would die In traffic accidentsduring CAR KOATS SPECIAL LOT
they marched to the office of 8 to 18 miles per hour -
the thre.day, 78 hour
.assembly President Alex Qua Net All Site
holiday period, beginning at 6
son-Seckey of Ghana to South COATS Color
partlcl. In Every
'
'p.m. (.local time) today and
pate In unofficial straw votesto
ending Sunday at midnight The solve! a dispute over a Secur. Fair and mild through Friday. JACKETS VALUES TO f 91
record toll was 374 in 1959.The r

80,
JACKETS
It)' Council vacancy. High today near low tonight a
normal death rate for such a For almost five hours, Qual. 70 along the beach and 60s t AND MEN'S COTTON
period Is about 300 Inland. winds 10 to 15
Son-Sarkey delayed the start of Easterly
The cost of a New Year
a scheduled assembly meeting miles per hour. REDUCED
sSLACKS
SWEATERS
evening of pity ranged from
Then in 13 minutes
Wednesday IVY
$100 a couple to the price of a
night, the assembly Keys
few beers, :

WISHING__ YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR Fair and mild through Friday 33 % SPECIAL I/O
High today 80, low tonight 70. 2
from the staff and of the
management Last to northeast winds 12 to II 33% GROUP
RITZ THEATRE and HAVEN DALE DRIVE-IN THEATREThe miles per hour. f,

Old Sink ,.yi chou I" > ">.< ,.tinct _* ch ,le.,i... a ENTIRE STOCK GUIS '" 'SSport
in.K t. ,..teet. _."' .. hew ell l will .*K.r the. mtelf. I I
U of F Awarded DRESSES-SWEATERS V' ALL WEATHER and Jac
TONITE IS THE NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! COATS
128 SHIRTS

TODAY REDUCED Reader t* 17.fl Choice Entire 283
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J l C Him Federal Grant ORLON iced 25
;1 .1 WEDNESDAY SULKIES FLANNELSHIRTS Stock

58 VALUES TO 1.11GIRLS'
GAINS SV1LLE (WI) A -
102,000 federal grant hu been SETSBlouse MEN'S
awarded to the University of relYil" l'if
JAMES Florida to aid In construction and SPORTCOATSCorduroy
of a human development stud)

BONDIS center The sum matches SSOO.OOO REGULAR A+ tTHIS

appropriated by the State Lefts.Uture Capris 10 3,11 SPECiAL: CROUP 10SS
for a child psycMatnleaching wool end Orlen
and research unit at
the Miller Health Center At.
vi :eptance must be approved by
BACKe the new Stale Board of Regents,
Florida congressman t.. R.Billy "" "LADIES'
BOYS' WEAR
INACTION ( ) Matthews armour':ed the NATIONALLY FAMOUS
rtrant Wednesday It comas from
tie: health research facilitiesorancn /BANDS

: of the National' Institute NATURAL IRIDGI IOYS 2 SpecIal
lY : rf Health 488
I The child research center U FLOASNEIM DRESS 288 PrIce
Groups
,
t ts..iK.III 4 first step I* a proposed ft HAYMAKER
lit" I !
SEAN MNNrrN\ '; oor'I. t million project which would en. PANTS Values to 7.98
able studies al all levels. of REGULAR VALUES TO 1MINe SPECIAL tOT
nan 5 life All Suet In Every Style

I.I.UflElllO"GOLDFINGEB" I: ---- -- LADIES' FLATS Asgrler Y h.ise 1,11 48

__ nawcoin I snop IN WINTER IU l\: 2

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HAVEN DALE Drive-in THEATRE INSURANCi! 1.11 10 SPECIAL 348

OflM f M TONITL' MITJI SJtCIAL3ST GROUP 866

LAST TIMES / %\ bohe, Sri, ,
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IOI HO'E e LUCILLE IAU to James H. Cross IOYS
"FANCY ANTS" in Color
Sweaters
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II AT 7:00 "0.II ft.** CY 4.2444FRANKLIN SHOES Jackets 335Sfc
Jill ttwit *
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CO. LOAFERS OXFORDS Pajamas
STARTS FRIDAY KITE tin SATURDAY NITE '
" A HO NfW TEATS SHOW rOI TOVI ENJOYMENT o life o Cf 09Mortgage QUALITY LEATHERS Sffb MHHiMMHi B M H BM .Wi MM
-PAJAMA TARTY" AimeHe 7;00 P.MI I IIOUCI0
Aiture Yow Escelent War TOYS' TONG SLEEVE
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"RIO IRAVO" John W'llt. Ricky Nelte f:OOjHORROR e Health IH Di"btJity.. sad Sm..tli Cm ert.bU Fit SPORT SHUTS 25%
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief The CRISIS-PRONE PATIENT DOC] Florida May Enter

W. I. RVNiMON. Miter.PuMftkor" LighterSide nirogrr; ,. ?a ar

JOHN W. HYNHIOH" Attltteot to tke P...MltkorPuMitbed I

Jelly loMopt SaturdayI 'by the Winter Hate
P.blUMng c.M I.... 124 Ird Street. N.W.. Wl.., Ho>... Pwrrde Gold Hunting Business

CHARLES GOSHORN General M....,.;

JACK IEAHAN .
Atteeiete EdMiPEUR
I By DICK WEST TALLAHASSEE: (UPI!) The overseeing private sal al:

J. SULLIVAN Ad.ertWng M......, United PI-MS International r 1 Cabinet says that Florida is operations. He Is marine aj< .
WASHINGTON (UPI) THU r getting the short end of the aeologist Carl Jon Clause ,
NATIONAL ADVERTISING RtPRKtNTATIVI week, while all of tick In It* dealings with private hired a few months ago ,i<
MS
Sit.***.* I ."....,... Chic.... III are trying
: to pull MFMlVM together Md salvage companies raising salary of $6,000 raised Tut'"

Entered .. S....." CI... Mill M.,., S.",. i, If 14 at the ,... Office somehow find the strength to 1 ; doubloon and jewels from the day to $7,200.Bryant .
In Whiter Hove. Florida, under aet .f March J, (IffADVERTISING face the new year It It well to I ocean bottom.

.... lack back on aonw of the major Stung by reports that the Mid he would be will.
.. >:.' MEMIER AUDIT 'UU"'U accompUwnments of 1964.la stwte could easily be making Ing to hire more than one a ("m" I \. that connection, I have more than Its present 28 per tlonal man to make sure iher'
.." OF CIRCULATIONS drawn up a Ut of individual 12L4i cent of such operation, the Is no "surreptitious" salvatim(: :::
..... and groups who la my opinion Cabinet directed its staff to going on that would cut lI.tl.. <.
did not receive due credit for com up with some recommendation the state's share 01 the

'cti. loA.", ,,,, UNITED PRESS MEMIER INTERNATIONAL' their achievements. I also have for solving the pros treasure.Treasurer.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United ,.... I. .niill.d t. Iho vii I prepared suitable awards and bleai.
ASSOCIATION fir republcatioe; .f .1I1.cel...... pries.NH citations Suggestion* before the Cabinet J. Edwin L.rson>
... in this ......"."., .. will .. ill UPINiws First U the "Tempu FugUe rang from an additional man said, however, he favored get.
Di''ch. Award" given to the croup that for the state security staff to ting a full staff to do the job
does the most to make time oversee the salvage operationsto for the state.

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT! DEADLINE pass quickly. It goes to some kicking out private salvage ------

If th. Word: I P.M. ,...i.". Day ly tko Inch: 1 P.M. '.ni.; .. Day.. thing called the National Laugh companies and taking over com
legal' Noticei: I P.M. ...1.". Day Sunday Edition Deadline,; : Friday. Foundation plete operation In offshore
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: The foundation put out a 1964 a waters.A Rep. Katherine I :St.

Sunday Edition-1 P.M. Th".....,: Monday Edition-1 P.M. Friday; press release that began: "For special advisory committeefor George* comment on the Inequalities -
TuaiJay Edition-Noon Saturday; Wadnaiday, Th"....., and Friday more than 20 years since its I 1 the state to handle the whole of excise taxes
Edition; : *-I P.M. Two Days In Advance founding 1945. ." business is In the mill and Gov. should certainly bring loud
Next on the list Is the "San. 4i Farris said it la
Member, Souther Newipepor Publiihort Allocation Bryant a good applause from women choppers .
dra Dee Memorial Award forDistinguished
Member. Florida ,.. Atteclatien
,
Idea.But who have long been
Obscurity In Show the state must move required -
TELEPHONE CT".." I-2HI I Business" It goes to a certain ) slowly until It gets a concrete to pay "luxury" I.u"on
Kenny Burke, who was de. plan. absolute necessities.. The
2)/(7/(
A For scribed on another press release "We can't wait for somebodyelse Congretmwoman said: "A
Thought Today"Forgetting
as "the funniest unknown come. to find the treasure and woman' handbag I III not a

dlan In America." then run out and pirate It," luxury. 1l11i.i necessity. If
My third award salutes a said the governor. "If the state for
tax handbag
those things which art behind and woman named Florence Lock 5 Is going out on Its own, It will you women
should tax pockets for
reaching forward to those things which are before h.rt. who entered a contest have to be for exploring u well you "

I toward the mark the the sponsored by the producers ofa J ,5.i r: as salvaging" men.
press for prize of high ,
British spy movie. The con. #1. At present only one man Is
calling of God in Christ Jesut." Phil. 3:13-14 test called for people to describe C.. .

As we face the new year let us make food use their Miss greatest Lockhart adventures wrote that her Y \ flf. ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

of our waste baskets in discarding those things which greatest adventure was the time

may hinder us in "running the race set before us"throughout she and her father while exper.
Imentlng with Dahlia bulbs, WDIOTVChennel WFLATVChonnol WFTV-TV WTYT.TY
the new year. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett reached Into the wrong pile and t I Chonnol. t Cka.el 11

"accidentally with a Catus crossed Dahlia.a J.ra.ybe.uly Today's Commentary My Neighbors CSSOriondo Tome NBC. ASCOriondo Tempe c.s

News-Chief Editorials --- -- -- ----
The misbegotten Dahlia won a
Jan. 1
prize In a flower show, but Miss By PHIL NEWSOMUPI Itlon of the two forces would exclude Friday NIGHT

Tomorrow That Lockhart's adventure failed to Foreign News AnalystThe both the Fascists of the --- --
Mystic Day win the contest I think that is traditionally ceremonialrole right and the Communists of 4:00: -Now. Ron Bowl ABC News Pulio News
unfair. ( 4IB-Sperti, WlK.t Michigan ,... News, Weather. Scents. W'ther
Tomorrow, a new year starts. In the minds of moat I would be willing to bet that undergo of Italian president may the It left.wlarlCety: the Influenceof 4:10)-.CIS News Oregon Slate The lie Merle. CIS News
a change under Italy'snew
like Father closes the a Uvo 4:45: -CBS New Row awl "Knock on CIS News
peope some mystic figure Time typical British secret agent president Giuseppe Sara such non as Saragat and t t ,

one door an4 a little chap opens another as the world has much more In common with Cat. Premier Alilo Muro a Christian 7:00-legend ol Rote local Any Do.." Tko Rifleman
Miss Lorkhart, adventure.wlse, Indeed It would seem It mustIf Democrat, that brought 9 7:1aw.tt Earp Ron Bowl H. togart Tko Rifleman
marches along If it were only that simple. From year than he has with James Bond. any sort of political stability old-llne Socialist Pietro Nennl ,. 7)0: -Rawkido lose lowl Lee J. Cobb Rawhide

to year we inherit the bad and the good. The problems Finally, we come to the an. I I. to be restored to (he young Into the government after near. 7:41: -Rawkido Orange lowl The lie Movie Rawhide

change only as we change them either for better or nual Award"BobLy for Fiscal Baker Memorial" republic which In order to name ly 20 years of opposition. 1I d1f OI-II.w..ld.,: Orange low? The 6g Merle Rawhide
Ingenuity. the new president has just gone Nennl allied with the Com 11-1te..hld. Alabama. The liq Marie Rawhide
worse. Fortunately new goals are striven for by a The 1964 winner Is one of the through 13 days of Insults munlsts from the end of the II-Tl',: "I. T.... 'dd.", Family O. Iroadway

great segment of the world to create a change. elevator operators at the U.S. name-calling and an Incredible war until 1937 broke with them :4I-Tl': Oranre 0..1 Addams Family Tonight

This year the communists have chosen as the Capitol Identified.who asked not to be display of a lack of responeibully over the repression o! the Hun. "110"" about equal time for Ol-Tl.: Orange fowl Vdoetlne's Day 0" Ireadwey
Italian garlan revolt. the local male
among politicians.The populatlon1"ON
turning point !in the present decade. They are goingto Dy way of background, I contest which ran 1:15-TIA Orange tewl Vebntin.i Day T."ih'
1:10-Censor: Pyle Orange lawl II O'CI.ck Giver Pyle
should explain that there Is
make a tremendous try for the minds of men in cur. through 21 ballots of the National .,,45- USMC Orange lewl High USMC
rently being erected the
every country on the globe. In Rome instance they'll Capitol plat an elaborate upon plat. lariest Assembly party the found Christian Italy's YOUR TELEVISION DIAL 10.00-Sb.ttery i Orenga low? II O'CI.ck Si.Hery's

make the grade; in others they won't. We wonder if form and grandstaid that will Democrats, In total disarrayand 10:II- ,..,,1. Orange level High Peepla
be used for the In. /owl f.. .. SI.tt.ry'
presidential 10:10-SI..ry': Orange "'
we. are smart enough to outsmart thvm atuju ration. in the end the key ballots WD'O.TY WFtA.TY WFTY." WTYT.TY 10:45-: Peeple Orange level Daught.r ,..""" .
resting with the Fascist on the CIt..1 A c...... 5 Channel. CIt..1 11cas
On thnation l j) wr ire ofyjr to be given It is costing about $I..ooo.nd
,
"Meat right and the Cwmtmintst en N.e A.e c.sOrlee4. (11,00-Nowi News, S", Win Nowtlino News Sparta.
'a, j prvt.v.ofhe( S cM; ". It' nulling par- will seat more spectators than) the left. T_... b.l..d. T...... I 11:11: -Sporti. Wtkar Tonight Show F'toriaV; W'tkar' Wlkor. E'tiriat
ticularly The in has taken old Madison Square Garden. Never It was with Co...mmust help 11:10-Thoatra .( fomqM Slew Shack Theatre Shock Theatre
new. party power an theless, after being used for that Saragtt finally ..... NIGHT Dec. 31 I 1:4 .- tko Stan Tonight Skew Shack Th..,.. Shock Thaatra
idea dressed it up in green million dollar bills and Just a few hours on Jan. 20, the Tae exhibition jo* ee h Thursday

will hold a debutante party in a few days. We will whole The thing aforementioned will be torn elevator down. Italy's senators a** ...'... 100-Nowi News Sports, AIC N.... Puke N.... Saturday MORNING Jan. 2

continue to pay for the whole costly affair and are operator began to brood about led the Influential Milan m. .. e 11-Sporti, Wtkor Woatkar News, Weather Sports. W'tkor
piper Corrlere Da Set*, to a tO-CIS News NBC N.... lot M......." CIS N.... ':00-6....." larney The Rod Ryder
expected to like it. this apparent waste, and he has compare the Itt_ ** web *. 441-CISN.wl NIC New lot MaitortoK CIS Nawi '"J- ..1"' .... Clown N... Red Ryder
On the state level we find a rather sour note. Governor come up with what I considera closing years of the rrwork 7:10-0.".., Dawg lirney The ItFD Md Red Ryder
splendid suggestion Fourth Republic.The 7 Oo-H".i. C. 14 Close Rees M..lck. 7:45-0.: ""., Dewg Clown Florida; ... Ryder
Bryant is leaving office and instead of acceding Under his plan, the Inaugural 7 I- ..... F.ikiee C. 14 61.". It..... Maverick
stands would be dismantled andshipped newspaper saM It was Io-n.. Ma.ebre Dul.1 ..... The FUnNt.nN Maverick :00-1oA1.: Mayer lareey The Rimer .f Superman
to the wishes of the incoming Governor Burns, has to South Viet Nam. the failure of polMMtaM who ,4I-Th., Mandan Daniel Reese The Th ......... Maverick 1:16-Mister: loA.,., Clews the. Jungle Superman
who disbelieved In democratic processes .... The Planet Patrol Welly Garter
appointed nine men to the Board of Regents mayor abouEevery 1J0-Mister: Mayer .y
which has need
for them
but Mason D..i.1 Scene Th. D.... Mann
still could not forman Ol-'orry hny 1:41-Mister: ; Mayer Clewe Phnet Pahl W.lly Cater
may not be able to work with the new regime. This other week effective coalition that led .:11-'.", Maui 0..1; 10.. Mid Sh.. hny Masse
could hurt the whole state which we think ------ -- Italy to fall under the Fascismof '.10-',,,, loA..." Dr. Kildare My Th... h" Perry Mason :00-.1.: Show Circus Icy Melen Mercury Alvin. Skew.
program Oenlto '.4J-'.", loA..... Dr. Kildare My Three h... Perry Mann II-AI..i.: Skew. Cirsas Icy Maien M.vsury Alvin Skew
isn't necessary. "Mussolini In 1922. .:JI-T.."..... Mader Maier Mercury Taene"ee
Wall Street "Thus, the newspaper said, ..00-'......... D,. Kildare ....itc.... Panwerd :45-: T".... Huthcete Meier Merc"ry h..d.
On the county level we find a stable government "the Italian republic Is consuming .,II-P......,.. Dr. Kildare Bewit.hed Pesswerd
pledged to progress. The new chairman of the Commission Itself In factional struggle; Io-Th.: ..il.,. Hod, P.ytee Hue The l.ileye 10.00-0"lc. Drew Underdog Shaeanig.ns Quick Draw
Chaffer thus the French! Fourth Republic ',,4a- ./ ..111.. Hazel N.. I .f Saibea 0,15-' McGraw Undardeg 51..1.. McGraw
will be Alan Trask a fine young man from consigned Itself to General 10lo-Mih': loA.".. Fireball XL.I And. O.liey Mighty Mwse
Ft. Meade. lIe succeeds Wilmer McCutFheon who madean tie Gaulle. 10.00-Th. D.f.ed.rs Suspeene jimmy The D.feeden 10 41-IoAih' loA.w. Fireball. XL.I Annie Oakley Mighty Moue.I .
10: IS-The D'f.edere Th.atre Dean Skew The Defenders
excellent head man for the past year. We have seen NEW YORK (UPI) Bachet "And It was lucky because It 10:30-The: Defeedere Sepme Jimmy Th. Def.edm Oo-Lln" The Dennis The Casper hnus The
Co. say that present uncer.lalntles could have done worse 11111li..hu..eI Menace Canteens Lienhaantd.
10:45-Th.: Ddendae Tbntrg D.ec Skew The D.feed.rs
some outstanding administration in 1964 and if it carries both within the market Italy actually has known 110 JI-TII.: Jehens F.ry luny I Cecil The Jdwne

on in 1965 county-wise we'll do dandy.On and without prevent it from political stability since the I 11:00: -Newt N..... Set Wtr Newillno Newt, Spans :45-Th.: Johoes Fury leaey I C.cll The Jetsees
making an outright: bullish\ fore eigbt-year rule of Premier AN II,I J-s........ Wtkor Tonight Show E'toriel Wther. Wtkor. E'torlal -- ---
the city level we find sort of a stagnant sit cast. tide de Gasperl ended In 19S3. .11:30: -Theatre of Tenigkt Sh... late Show ThuridayIMS AFTERNOON

uation. It I is probably due to enforced lack of leadership The firm believes the market And It Is the disarray pr..nl..d : the Stars Tonight Skow late Skow Night Movie 12,0I-n, Kin, Meek and lugs lasny Sky Klnj
health Steele. However will be a ." .IIW affair with ... by the fall of 23 or so .
because of the ill of Mayor Hughes governments 12ll-n King Meyer ins Rw".y Shy Kin/
lectlvlty a big factor In any in. since then that has Friday MORNING Jan. 1 12lo-My: Friend Florida Heppity; Mv Frond
for the record feel that something must be
we vestment decision at this time led to the belief that the Italian 12:41-: filch i."enlu" Hopper flieh
done soon to get us in motion again- we can't standstill president elected for seven -- -- ". "
Newton D. Zinder of 7,00-, Teday Shew ..M. 1:00-1: ?eve. Lucy Early Mersa: Ckoepi.eship; CeIlegeII
for it Is too easy to start going backwards which Hutton 4 Co. Inc. E. F. years must take on a more ',II- Teday. Skew N.... "...M." W Levi. lacy "Irigham. W..li" K.leidascepeh70CIS
what say aromawhat Important role. ','0-..''''.... .. Skew M.cli. Eva. "...M." Newn Tang" Ch..i..hi. CIS Naws
is is happening right
actually now. technical
shaky picture As a precedent Saragat has 7,41-N.. W'ther T.dav Skew Miskie Evans "..IoA." I:4'-CIS Naws 71.... ,..... Wrestling CIS New.
and continuing concern over the --- --- -
the Increasing behlnd-the-scene --- - -
Still A HAPPY NEW YEAU International monetary situation Influence wielded by both his B Oo-c..i" Tday. 51.... Mic.i. Erne C."It'' 2:00-: +......".".. Linda D..II Gater level Serfslda S
seems likely to limit any near predecessors Giovanni Cronchl 1:11Kae.re.. T...., Skew Mniie Erees Kaelaree5.30C.Nain trigTkeetre Early Merle. FSU .... Serleide S
ACROSS DOWN 11. A term strength both In terms of and Antonio S.ltnl.Sa Tday Skew C..iII. Captain 2Jo-+......",,,.. Early Merle. Ohlobewa Sadnide I

1 Beat I. Creek tint.a magnitude and breadth. :.... himself has In the .1.45-_K.egaree. Today Skew__ _Carleenrille i K...... 2:4J-: Th..... Early Merle Cater lewl S"rf.i" S1:00.Adventure

.upport Mid.Island: grade book A : 6 "" "1 "AI. past seen Mm self In the role of 9.00-H.lid.y Tedap'a. Mevie .... ne The Mike : Rat M..t...." G.,., law. Championship
Pattern J. Mlna 15. re" Standard t Poor' says that catalyst. '::11"A. Kid rtan.lle; 0..1. Skew IIJTh...,.. Rat Madenen G.... lawI lawling
10. Of the moon form generally encouraging trends in Saragit. leader of the Social ,10-, Reepen Ii, Twe C.rteeeville The Mile 1,10-, +....."'".. Hi.Tima G... Rawl Championship:
11 window Bay J. .ntrsno.e Dorn 11. OIim.II. A r the economy are currently being Dfiivvxatlc: pu-ty was one) of :4J-:: Reeen Sch..1 Fsrhieei' C.rt.enville Deaelas' Skew 2:451k.etr.. Hi-Time Geer 1 ..... Iiwkeq'
overshadowed by ....OIIIllnnu.
lubeld. .. Old nq s r' ences and the the earliest to propose a government 10 OO-CIIS N.... Diaea Den Carte.erllle The Mile .OO-CIS Cell HI.TI", 1 Gate, level CIS Gear
1. Astern mlUure dirt threat of overhanging of the eenter-left and 'OlI-CIS: News J. ".1....... C.rteeeville; 0..1. Skew 4:11CIa"k; HI.Ti",. Grier low? CI..i.
11. 10m. of I.neth 19 AwaJII. A A Britain' monetary crU he iiw his party a* a binding 10Jo-c.It.: Iwl w..,'. This Steeey Ivrle CHee level. JO-CIS C.II ,....W... Gatr ....1 CIS 6.11
Each.; Thick, 20. Lbrl sis The firm say It would con. force between the Christian 10.45.eI. SeegP Steno lade Pasode :45-: CI..I. Skdee 1 Game Cater Iwt Clasis
abbr. heavy cats ,......, &a... tine holding stock with favor Dtrnxratlc left and the no.i.
n. Clump 01 board 22. Crou. able 1963 prospect but would go Communist Socialist ThecoalAlmanac 11:00-CeH.e' jowl 0'4' bwl, SNeey ..... C.eee lewl aoo-c"r..hl, Ead.Wd Wide; World. 1".i4h.
growing t. Precious u a 30. V.lvet-like lowly In undertaking any fresh 11:15-: I Parade Parade S.... Sale ,...... 1:15-I lewllee Shnlee 1 Gene .f 51'.... I".i.ht
graze stun shun wftctoth buying 11:10-PYade Preview .,......et ei Price I. Rieke: P'rde Preview; :11)-1.: Tke Law h"'WII' Wide Wend ire A S.cret1:41it'
20. Ancl.nt 7. Cape 13. Discolors 31. AnxloulII. I :41-r..t: ef ..... Parade Prhe I. Right T..f : The Law. SkrM( 1 Geese .f Spans I'm. A Sec..t
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post "atlve Incompl.te. msrWe3f
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Abrading a Th. 25. CramplU 33. Not sny Memories IL00Rer.t P...". Teen..nee? .1 Deea Reid Reset Pardo 4.00-TIA EoH-Wott Wide World. N,wt, Spoils
tool knMt'ap H. Homo S5. Fllam.nt By United Press International J-T..f. Roses ,...... 0.... Reed Teereaveet .f 4:11-TIA Shrine Geese of Sports WeMker
3l Tool: ed. t. Ditch "P"RI U. Plepe" 20 YEARS AGO Today U Thursday Doc. 21 11.30Rows: tirade T..f" Father. Reed. ,...... ': -Meoy Happy Eait.Wetl Jenny Quoit 77 Sentet Strip
2/. Kind 01 around a 15. W. IndIve 39 Not good the last day of the) year 12,4I-T..t.f lent Parade Keewe led T."...,... .f 4:41: Retires_Shrine 1 Game Jenny Quoit 77 Semi Strip
tooth cuUe key .0.
Epoch WAVE: U. Louise Pattersonwas The moon Is approaching :00.-: Rena P...". fe...."' ... H.n. Pee RerN ,...... 7:00: -Control Fl. Eeit.Wett One Step 77 Suntet Strip:
:: V.hkle 1 1 S 1 s 1 e r home for the holiday season its new phase. I"I-r..t.f" .f Sense Plclere Teereinwat .1 7;It- Skowcete Shrine Game; leveed 77 S..... Strip
159 from Charleston, S. C. The morning stars are Venus, 1110-: Rosin ,...". Pared. Newsliee Reese Prde1:45Cettee 7:10-: Jackie Flipper Outer lies h Jackie
sP Hof uan. Mars and Mercury.The New.Me C"tt.e level. .
0'G : level Seer gwl 7:4a11._ Flipper. Outer Limit 1 Chases
10 YEARS evening stars are) Jupiter
AGO
Cherecter.rl. I. and Saturn 2:0C-.C.: level Sear Swl Fl.... No C..... jowl | 00-Jackie. r......, Jonet Outer Ihnitt Jackie
10. : French 2: II- N........ LSU ... the W.d Nebraska ':1111..._ Kentucky Jonet Outer LUrtt ....._
Car-
l.tte 01 14 'f It, Florida fresh fruit citrus explorer Jacques 130-5. Anhasu. Svraeese 0.. I" c.... ... AnkeN, 1.10-Gilligan'i. .Mr. Magee Low'... Walk 1 G.ll.ein'it:4t
pin f shipment for the eight day period Her was born on this day in 1.45-Cettee level. Seer levi 0.. Is c.... c..... Real : Island Mr. Magee Lawrente Wet lilano"Satorday
.4.N.ut r "y ..1 It A'11I. from December through 1491. "
pronoun SO totaled 621,344 boxes, u On this day In hlstoryiIn IOO-C. level 5.,., level, Ge.enl c.1t. Sewl3d1CeNee 100-The' Night lewre.ce W.Ik The
O ..... ..... Hesph.l; c..... lewi. lewreoco Walk
,// // // AI iteur.d compared with the 1JIS,4 117, Thomas Edison gave) Segar 1:11-:! IntertaioentJ at tko Moviot Eetertoinort
for 0 boxes moved the five- the first public dtollO .at rattan of JJC-.C., levi Seger level The y.... C.... a..1 -TVoe "The Lad Deb Star loll Tko

I ... PutT r 11 Y4u a. day period of during De*. 11-11, Immedtately the) Incandescent lamp 1:4'-C. ..... S".. ....I Man.ds CeNee ...cal400CeN.e .4t- tntertaioert H..." Deb Star loll Entorteioon

$ J.wlah preceding the Chrlstma to 1110, Gen. George Marshall ....1 SU4", gewl Tr. kseete c..... level. HOC-Goojemoko Oobro PageDeb Star loll GMtmeke
month 11 u r 0 "shipping !holiday". was born. He served u 4IS-Ceess le.i. s..., ....I ,..iI........ GNee .... 10:11:: '"__... Robert Teylor Deb Star loll GooiMokoI0)0
U secretary of state awl secretary 4JO-C': .... toil Seen /eel. ,..a......, Cetten I.d. : Goejoiooko Stew ........ Setordey Goiwn ...
q =;14 &t lea a U II I YEARS AGO of defense. 411-Iderlnde. Re, ..., Tr.ik .a.ee Cep .... 1MB-Guotmeke Saturday Movie Night. Merle Gunjtmoko_
h IBM Clll Island In New
u ONE N u 7 :7) w I.OO-U..I. WiN'e Re, ...1 Sedeee Ue.;lie wrille 11:00-Wewt. S....Wt N._ S.... Wit -Dottr Eden New, Sports
: Winter H.,,",'* wtde-spread York harbor became the receiving 1:11-:: Admeeeres Micbie.e '". $eekest M.,1Ie .....,1. 11:11-Tbootro Ct. fabrta je Ys I' 4. church expansion program was statlo for all Immigrants I 3G-lain It 0..4" State s......n. W...., ..._ W...... 11 )0- 'Pork ..fno.. lusty M.' Oietrkk SatwdayII.4S
41 ituggdmountala expected to surpass construct coming to the Milted 1.4Jfa ......, line le.i. News, E......... 1000t..I.I. E.... 41.; .," ....." Jemet Stowert Night M..;.
... 4aerst ion during 1959 with the announcement Stales on the Atlantic Coast. '
of a new $140,000 to 2944 President Truman Then pregreei K"'dool-" ore prwrided b; tko tel dies ttetloeel TWM ....... tckodolee. ere prwrided by tko ....,;;.... rtotioo..ed .
/l 3c 4. HK Catholic proclaimed: the end of World I ..d or* MbioH. : to ckenget ot Sep Nee Tbo Daily Newe-Ckief peW4bes. ore lobioct to .Io..... et eev ti_. Tke Deity ........o..r pubJra.ee;
Church MSt.Jcseph'spariah. War n. rbont" et 0 public wake end to net ro.eotibie.. foe greets ........ net Hoot .. e ......'.* _. end I It net retpetle fo a ...... ....,.. see
Ventura listed Ie them. .......... Rated la tesa Mbodolot.p. .



Thursday,, December 31 1964 WINTER HAVEN, DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Ave



Rev. And Mrs. Westwood English Class ,...' Frozen Orange Looking Ahead Into The New Year I



(Continued From Page One) BUTM ondd accept,heW them. In of one of Is* two making the

Waterman ToRetire Finds Class Can Be Fun ConcentrateInventory million box estimate to the his desk for later tae or reject nee It would have to be Kelly

round figure of 80 million boaM those who he wesAed to from her.If.entirely possible

English Is ten for Mrs. hiltsemour' !f not down to the T... keep m tor his terse Thta Is tittt Griffin has his.. eye on a
lee ehibe
projects, contests, a prediction that I made several higher .
cteMM atWwtwood figure. The next eetimateaw poet-eouM It b* Washington
and school personalities There
TodayAfter Junior High School. UpLast on Jan. U. I also look tor at weeks back --that Burns ?
are Interviews with students and
would want those resignations In
At least It's ten tor the class a number of least another million boxes to WRAPPING UP PREDIC-
biographical
his bands when he took offlee
responsible tor getting out''T.- sketches be chopped oft the grapefruit TIONS While I could mako
10 )tel -s oiid three pee Talk." the school' newspaper School onWeetwoodteachers. week's pack of frc en estimate as It now prevails. on Jan. 8- and I have further many more epeciflepredlcftoins
month of Mrvic the is sports news takes a predicted he would have a majority for the Now
NEXT Year
\ named In honor of all of concentrated orange Juice more SEASON'S CROP -- Just let's say
prominent place and the favorite
and Mr*. R. W. W.oermanoftb. the Westwood Warriors. than doubled that of the corresponding While Florida citrus trees have control of the Florida that all the signs point to
column
among the girls(and the
First Baptist Church of Eagle made a remarkable Citrus Commission lone before a for
week prosperous year the
TIlt second edition a year ago as recovery entire
"Tepee
boys too If the be
truth known)
lake are retiring today tram Talk" came off the mimeograph Is called "Aunt Florida processors packed In from the 1982 freeae, the crop June 1 when be would ordinarily : citrus Industry. .one
!'JM active pftMortte.They Agnes's Bene.vol.nt In the current make six two-year appointment two brand
machine just before the Cllrl.t. Bromides excess of two million gallons season has demonstrated or new citrus product
same to UM Eagle Lake me holidays Both editions Kids for Confused for the first week since last there can be no hugeor to the 12-man board. I may get off the test tables
church from Gracevill, after a were prepared and edited by with Its contents rivaling Ma)'. dramatic Increases such as now predict there will be several and Into commercial production
seven Ann Landers. 80 cent changes In the present . of
year pastorate there. per over previous year one the state's most
the fifth period clue The other .
Prior to going to CraceviUe two editions planned for this "Tepee Talk" has Its serious The Florida Canners Asso And then there 1s always the lg-man lineup probably sometime prominent younger citrus men,
they served oburtiies in southeast school be side aa w.U.. humor and 1 ciation's weekly report today cycle of a lighter crop follow. In January or a few weeks who could: be classed among the
will
together -
Georgia for nearly 20 by the year sixth period put class. school gossip. The editorialcolumn : 1t showed a pack oll.173.llllal. ing a big one. The best calculations later. And when these changes "young rebels," will strike out

year The Christmas edition of praised the work of the lone, compared to 1,102,102 tor available today concuron take place- -when Burns has his or Ms "lonesome" with his own
During their tenure countv school maintenance department OENt WETHtRtLL the fourth week of own appointees In the ma joritya -
at Eagle "Tepee Talk" was handled by for its efforts In restoring REV December an increase of not more than plant--and please, no questionson
take the membership ha* editors Robbie Rabe and Janice the flag In front of the 1B6S. 20 per cent over this year'sultimate couple of high-level heads this one And for the Florida -

.ner.,e3I, a mlsttoniry union Its five Include school. The wire orange crop which could fall on the commission Citrus Showcase we predict
Oayle.
pages flag pole ,
FCA Executive Vice President -
ban bee orl' 'led UTdor the Guest MinisterFor could put the I 6&.M crop>> staff And then you will see a a great show--with the
news Items about school sere which had been damaged or stol
leafersitlp: of Mrs. Waterman en and had been missing for Warren Savant noted that close to the 90 million boa lot of new Id...- all tor the Jimmy Dean TV presentation asa
a new iajietj.vy has joen oullt although the current season mark. All this Is predicatedon grower's benefit- -put to work. prim attraction. For our
and many otwr: facilities have some weeks, was replaced before started late, total pack Is now normal growing "'weather the You wlU see a lot of the so- readers and: this area In general -

been adJ: d.. Homestead the paper went to type. Drive In only three per cent behind last absence of Races damaging called "research" which In fact w* predict there will be
The The editorial commented ..non, Is Just going over what has been
Waterman now are occupying hurricanes; unforeseen pest Infestations some material changes In
nice It was that the students nolone.r done before canceled and the
their new retirement With movement for last week and many other natural economy for the better. And
had to stand at attentionand
home ::11I the West aids of Eagle !lie Rev. Gene W.tJwrill: t dropping to 893,219! gallons, -and a few man-made- money thrown Into consumer for the News-Chief I predict
Lake. They have one ladihler, Exemption "pay respects" : to the empty meinlwof tit facul'y of Flo- concentrators' Inventory rose factors advertising But we also pre further growth And to all, t

Mrs. T.ioinai Bush ctf Orlando flag pole. A planned editorial rids :'kMdera College, will je to 12,500,837 gallons but was THE GRAPEFRUIT OUTLOOK : dict that one man who will survive wish a Very Happy New Year.
recommending the correction
and: one .grand'ton the speak- the S.JO I.n. still 30 per cent below last season The current grapefruit any wholesale resignation
of the situation was not
The clursi Is g.vtoc; A t** eenrlco of the Drivo-m Chinch at the same time. situation does not reflect purge If It should happen wouldbe

In honor oi the Waterman it Cards Mailed needed.Other editorials Included the conluotttl: ;at the Haveuli'e FCOJ movement In retail really high returns to the grower Winter Haven't Bob Snlvely JOHNSON CITY, Tex.-U S.
the Eagle Lake Com-nutty Drive-In Theatre,George Flack" sites was slightly higher than this season but there is now vice chairman of the commission Ambassador to West Germany
staffs good wishes to the student
House this afternoon :from S tr., I8lfIalIrmVI: intauncwl the corresponding week last every Indication that, unlike and chairman of Its Important George C, McGhee reporting to
mlU S o'clock. Their trtend-s Rene sat cards forhomo-itenl body for a happy holiday tOO.v December -- 714,498 gallons orange trees which are fast ad and publicity committee President Johnson on the stale

ire cordla-'ly $InrtlM. txempilon will t mailed) .o uestlmited season and comments on the fact The Rev Mr. Wf'.h.fIIIIJ.II l rell compared: to (78,174, the cannon producing more bearing surface of GertnaiuAmerlcan relations!
that better had been
no name
Pastor Waerntt.'uvlU; je 41,0o / persons "? iturdiy :I the stall of Florida Sun; I.ern association reported. the grapefruit situation. CITRUS GOLF TOURNEY-- consider It
available: lor pulpit supply to :the acc:>r 11:11I) '3 txt assessor submitted tor the paper. College in 1963 ai an .,- Both total movement and to quantity will remain rather There has been a lot of talk bright spots In the IMernatioea.

churchos of this arnfter: several Jan:" Roden. The students are becoming social In tie Exteu.ouxidd;
) weeks of co'n,}leie rut The ca-ds will ellml'rl 1 the familiar with newspaper terms. JPtnO ( 1.\arv niut. running 10 per cent lower than given volume of grapefruit than golf tourney to be held on new
and are learning the responsibilities
necessity of making 'nirren': -d M 1tI1)! n's- tor the course at West Palm Beach
An ordu i i a last season after four weeks same quantity cf oranges.
holders of homestead exemptions and madness that comes ter and. 'i me i' 'rr of t ti.- 7::aiMlstour. There are not ..noorhIrapeh'uU wills developers, the Lou Perini HEAR THE
apply In for with copy deadlines, Mrs. Seymour Interests picking the tab for
Paul parson ;Jonfirenivj *i* see trees, and thus Insufficient up
Coloney renewal. said. In addition, whether the first with the understanding
year -
J.I intuitominis bearing sunface
od 1 ye in a4 for
The cards come In two parts, they are aware of the situation ter on the staff o! the School 23 Hostages the grapefruit crop to get much that any future citrus
one to mall back to the tax or not, they also learn to use of Religion i. the Uit'verilty: higher than 30 million boxes In tourneys would be held on the GATORBOWL
assessor and the other part to better English.Razing the next few same course Our prediction- -
Services Set of Missouri ",.ere he was ;assigned years, and that
keep as a receipt. : *o help rsvilallM tmal' volume will be much less than forget III The PGA has nixed It.

Persons who have not filed Of joun'ry, oh>irol oi Vldnjoml Killed By could be marketed profitably CITRUS LEGISLATION: ; -

Coms'ttal services for Mr. previously for homestead exemption nations IA co'utecioa: with Ise 1 QVAL1TBREAKTHROUCH.- With the Industry agreed 01a

Paul Edward Colony 60, of must apply In person. (Continued From Page One) Schog Tt Rollglon's pi-Otfrim A safe prediction would be that plan to postpone any attemptto
Chattanooga, Tenn., and frequent To be eligible for homestead .}. trtlnlnt ml ill,eri>iv. 'iUI'y within the coming year there completely revise the Florida
visitor In Winter Haven exemption a person must be a the minister of education the for 'u.t' pMOr'i Congo Rebels will be strong dUmpUsndpes-: citrus code of 1949 In the

will be held at 11:30 Saturday legal resident of Florida as of minister of music the church Xnow,. ,'i ttiouwnds at Ml'- slbly success at making!:" a 1968 legislature, and with Ell
Jan. Ij be living the office the finance secretary'soffice Industry .segments working
morning In Lakeside Memorial on pro tour farm famlllM as "Broth breakthrough in quality improvement on PLAY-BY"PLAY
Park. perty on Jan. 1} have the title the records office and er Genie" the R..,. Mr. Weth LFOPOUH1I: TV Congo, tor Florida citrus In a complete overhaul In light of

The Rev Leo F. King pastor of record to the property by the conference room all on the er ell's story wan fssture l itReader's (VPI!) Muiinlr. s villageat all typos, but particularly In conditions at the time of the
of Beymer Memorial Methodist that date and make application main floor. On the second floor Digest entitled the t-iHl nf a iailwa) oranges Grapefruit will get 1967 session, the one big thing FLA. STATEOKLAHOMA

Church, will officiate.A for the exemption with the tax w'll: be the music library, the "Brother One Farms For line, appearm a liken Imrt some rather Intense study and to be brought up next April

native of Ducatur, ill, he assessor between Jan. 1 and choir rehearsal room and Souls." iinlalor the s.ovrnnit, attention from the quality angle will be the Special CampaignsAct VS.

was a design engineer by pro- AprU 1.Nurses. robing rooms for the choir and Presiding layman h,- ..in- trniu"' neat Hfort lo rescue and chief among the :quality of I 1963, a law authorizing

fesslo.1 and a member of the for baptismal services.Construction ray 1* Lloyd Huibntil1: i the white,, captives I irf Communlnt.hatkwl factors to be studied will be the packers or processors of

First MltthodlslChurchofChal. of the ..ucluar) Methodist Men of Brymar Memorial '..*.1.. 'shelf life" or keeping periods any end-prodact, Involved to

tanooga. He and his family had Unit wall complete the third phase MtthaLstChurch: spin-; The ,...fo..l Kl Iniops believe- under normal marketing condi set up a special lax to promoteand 2:00: P.M.
visited In Winter Haven quite of a three-fold building plan for of the Drive-In Church s lender at mpilwe hell un. lions merchandise the particular

often with Mrs. Raymond W. undertaken about two years ago Music director Is F. A. Lock- Ivy thrust 01 dean haw UvnUkwn TO FIGHT 1YNTHETIC87- commodity I have heard talk SaturdayYOUR

Cater sister of Mrs. Coloney, The firs' pills Included the removal hart Mrs. J) Lovo Jackson to (ll lee Hipumlmt, l'Ijuah'I'. I predict that the entire Florida of raising the limit from the

and his son, Capt. Robert A. To MeetFlorida of a home on Avenue A accompanist and A. L. Wlgln- Ul vllUtf.MMntttorv. citrus Industry will! mike current five cents' per standardbox

Colony USAF Topeka, Kan., and the paving of the lot for ton creator.SCtXKju'td. I.t l lea than 60 a final and binding determination equivalent 90 pounds on

who received his pilot's training parking. The second phase was v* H 'S (or JMtiary miles northi-asi' of Wsmlw, as to the course It will oranges by another nickelor HOST

at the Bartow Ur Base Nurses Association completed May ,ben the' congregation titclud the R>v Glenn .Ion',. CO'l'lItmlltlt ira't'e liter. take Infighting the synthetics even a dime tut I like the

, vlvlnfc are hisv'Ld: ,w, Mt a. District 12 will hold Its monthly moved Into }id( thlrd Har.am, retlr I tows .nltl. irj .aced sleet 1)0 IH-UI" 1 Ibis I which have been taking a huge 10 cent. per box level, from

Reoa Colony andHidaughter, meeting Monday at I p.m. educative building the'widest Dr, Jam C. Stradley, associate w..rk The vlllaM le tin- UrmU bite out of citrus mends Per- what I have heard This extra Lake
Milt Judith Elletie Coloney at the Polk County Health Department east on Centre!,Ave. The Grlf. minister of Beymer Memorial sal| til a rallwat haw tlmliiwkco sonally this writer doesn't tax would give the segment L'egkN..

boh of Chattanooga; Ms eon, building in Winter H fin building-wat build approxi Church, a.rf the Rev, William STUM tin rt' M-UHlvst.iliwrlhai think--and he has a lot of affected autonomy over the
C t>t. Coloney four grandhll- ven. manly 12 years ago and the Swygert pastor of the Auburn- (:rmKO in tin svvorn.mnit company around the Industry In extra tax. Coupled with this Bank
drsu and Jlster-ln-law) Mrs. The public health nurses will second education building was dale First Methodist/ Chireu. .inriiKtiold lat Pestle this thinking- -the highly touted might be a move lo cut the current -

Raymond W. Cater. be the hostesses and speakerwill aided: In 1859. The new education The W, ier H.''ea U'dt of le Whit r.rllll" n-M fruitiWantl "OJ" symi illnaboxtuTOUMld excise lax on ranges, paid

Friends may call at the Ott- be Charles Cooper. His fac.l'ty' includes an elevator Christ, 11 I Bt.siiMn.1: ) ......'. .";'.ull and flow Into L.>iip*>Mvlllf ay the slogan "The Real Into and for use by the citrus Of CommerceWSIR

Laughlln Chapel from S to 9 topic will be "Muscular Dys to the second floor The entire will co-'pom.jr the service oar \\ ifliH' >iiilatold. III f then Thing From Florida" Is going commission, from nine cents abo.

p.m. Friday evening trophy." education convlen is valuedat January' I': M they do !to each >a.M<.r.- til 12 ,hi csitlv to play any slM.ibe! part In .- -20 per cent of this now

Private Duty Section will 'U).OJO. monC' 'art I. flve1uv1a/s, hthe. rM..ls this fight It's going to be education going Into a reserve fund for

meet at 7, all other sections Worship services will be held Then killed l thrm In all or rather re-edjcttloa emergenciesbeck to five or

at 7:30. In the auditorium of the new educational |M.,,11,1.| mi-ens a Greek from of the housewives of the nation six cents with no reserve de.

STRIP STAMPS building while the Snow (" ""r 11' .aid ''Mumrii> shot, that the "real thing" Is best diction Another plan to set up
LONDON (UPI) A London sanctuary Is Under construction Hampers for limits of tenure and to Change
City RefuseCollection ntltvm Iw-aiMi lit ih-alh man ) their families, And the
trip-tease club, the Casino deParts Time' of services will remainthe the length of term of citrus
thrown Into HH river I saw one Is going to have to nuns a the
(Continued From Pane One)
Is giving trading stampsto
commission members to three
same.First
men who" had l his i>\.a tnuvrtout form of new, documented evidence
members when then renew Baptist Church has been /esrs, four to be named annually
silly are no Immediate emer. rlwn lh<-\ threw MM lainthe from reputable authorities
their membership cards. Set TomorrowThe active through the years In mis* genies," he said. "Put thereIs river In nutrition endpedlalrlcs- and a limit of two consecutive tt4 tr-fritti-h *

slon work, Among those local a need for fond and some Aimwc It* Wiee killed siWimlNi nut the "five New York doctors terms, Is likely lo seethe

Winter Haven refuse collection musk* .irgsnlied b> the medical supplies" during th* peitmontti ssy. ." sort of sniff. light of day In the legislative tiRADJO

department will work on church are the Lake Sh'pp Bap-: Of primary concern was the sere mlaelawin UillUm The com m I as Ion Is going lo have halls. My personal opinion,
11M New Year's Day but will have list Church and Parkland Hap- community of Cecllvllle, the \liCfiMmiHr" last AlMrl'snM to arm Itself with In-tsputajle after watching tilt citrus commission -

Saturday off, Lester Heath director list Chinch Last week the parent only toss In the area from | >||IVW| held In i lie rebel. l area. facts that c..tRot be ehallenied tor better than 26 1M.eOUI'fD I IIt CIT: Ll'" ,

said today. church made the final payment which no word has 'been re. ami. Joseph WltMnJ, OUiUn. either by government agencies, years Is that both the Special --.. SCSI jA

Regular Saturday collectionswill of $10,000 owe:! arc the calved In 10 days. (Him Human. ( s'holli H h
be made tomorrow. Parkland properly. "No one knows what the Wsnil Medical Association or any limit of tenure would be good

5 MORE DAYS All other city departmentsare Tie SO-membershlpchurch picture Is there," said Sheriffs other agency or organisation.The for the Industry,Then there will YOUR
closed until Its IMS bud be a number of Items going lo
P Monday exceptfor recently adopted Deputy One Hinman. commission Is going lo have
OF RACING emergency calls. get of $131,12) which was completely Meanwhile, federal, stale and Unitarians To to throw off the panly-walsl the 1968 legUUture to clarity INformationStation

A subscribed: The budget local officials mapped plans for altitude that direct statement current laws, lo ease situations .

Ben Albritton Includes 140,000 for buildings, extensive recover from the 12 Hear Minister ss to the any superiority of In particular cases and to

EARLY POST and, on the basis of the pledged days of storms and floods which the "real th1J>,"- and by that give the commission a tittle

TONIGHT Services Set giving It Is anticipated the clalmm! at )least 41 lives and Ine Rev llubrrt A, Wright we mean the real orange I In n any more authority Incertalaareas,
D will be than able FLORIDA CTTRUI MUTUAL
church more Iced damago estimated at
Funeral services for Ben H. s winter visitor to Lskelsnd. farm- -might bring down 11*
7:30 10:30: to amortize the Indebtedness f.OO million i: the flveutate I predict that an attempt
Albritton 64, of 222 RoseAve., will speak on the wbjrct.The wrath cf the federal trade commission
o
Incurred with better than a 4-lc-l chance
in building. ties <)f '( sllfrnli, Oregon
Sebrlng who died Wedneiliy Members of the building run,. Washington Idaho and Nevada. Reckoning Future the pun tood and drug of succeeding, will be made to
morning at Winter Haven Hospital Choice or Echo: st the t'nltsrlaaUnlvtriaUst bureaucrats, Ins AMA, and 1490 Kc.
G MATINEE mitt. Include w. W. Lawless, put through c change In It* bylaws
will be held at 1 p.m. Fellowship stand on facts and facts alone.A .
chairman, E. N, Hudson Lamar of the organisation lo limit
TOMORROW Sunday at the Chapel of the Mitchell English, Claud, Ridley Arnold 1140 Troy Ave Lakeland SuD- project which will probably the tenure of members of Plow NOW TWICE

Funeral Home with the Silver, Mrs. Stuart .Sealover dey st 10 s m, result In making trees facts rtda Citrus Murual's board of
T 2:00: P.M. Rev Dr. Robert B. Ham'ltcu Jack Grist W, R Ausley Bradley ,MOVING I ? The Rev Mr Wright Is s available Is now under way and directors: It will be argued by THE POWER
will U presented to the FLorida
retired Presbyterian minister, HoU. iC.. "*-.i:"Sirlth, former Unitarian minister and a group of FCM ...members Including
R II RACES and .tie Re,. O. R. Welf sm, George Mull Ins, Mrs. John Ha). .rol) (. Instructor. Cltnis Commission Feb. one prominent Winter EVERY
18 al a public
meeting
of the First Baptist Church: laAuburiMtiie good Mrs. E. L. Denman Dr. The FtQowihip-s School of Haven grower that the (enure
A TOMORROW of : uinc. Lot M'ninny and eiofficto members Religious Education holds CITRUS POtmCB In recent should be limited so that the DAYLIGHT
Sur, C (11 follow In Lakeside If i days at least one out-of-
NIGHT Dr. Albert Carnett.pallor. someone graded classes. for children si town has reported JIM It of them could
C : Memorial Park.Friends and Ernest E. Walker minister the ssme hour si the church newspaper be scattered around the Industry HOUR
that Governor-elect Bums will
1:00 P.M I ma, can this elucaion.: to give more growers s
knowis
K Dine Frldaj and Saturday eve. you service ask tor the undated resignations
I Working with the committee chance to serve and "to Illr.)6.t e e e
RAIN OR FAIR nlngs from 7 to 1 p.m, at Mil- in the expansion program are + of every sppointlve officeholder what make. this Industry

o dell Funeral Home the Deacons Trustees and members moving. : LINCOLN Neb_Kohel Prl ewinner later tinder story has said control thai ,be whiles did tick to take part of the responsibility AND Will STILL
Dr. Martin Luther King
of the finance committee for III welfare and AROUND WHIN
not make such a direct stale-
Other m.mbet.oI the church Jr. eaytnc America. churchesare growth." There Is tenure In the
: meat but be believed the THE
call Uw SUN
A frirndly by
sot enough
taking a strong
James Scot Interim
s'aff are office of president and vice
ftmd9CYPUSS t us 1C director Miss Beverly .W.k.enWsge'll.d.ss... ,help thrmJOHI test athsw :. stand In the are of civil "bonnraMe for every such and proper appointive thing"officer presidents the Bret bylaws GOES DOWN

Baleom organist; Mrs. ErnestE rights set that at two consecutlveone-
to do would be to turn lithia
"11 morning Is
Walker, church secretary; s.m Sunday audited reelgMtion so year terms. Thee when the late
Mrs. John Ne'Jtereott, bookkeeper our meet segregated hour. Perry Murray of Frostproof

; Miss Ana Csstleberryrecords > @ .r.r st..hsr..r was pre.Idnt.lh1."atChanctd
GARDENS RD. PHONE 29MJ21 secretary, Miss Sue to three to permit hit reelection SCRws
(... ftf I.feaseI.t. .
Mawyfkstt
Deal financial records serre and later lo tour ,.ar..
Wishes You A tary and Mrs. Duke orange, M r.rfym< on out : ; .illa1/ A good: prediction about Mutual
chore hostess rwnmumty'l tr"d,Unful e
would be that II will continue

Happy New Year r W.l'in..ret.fh..qteltw'tell W.g'.s the : 'jJm wrn to grow and win retain Its

TAIPEI-Nationalist Chinese nmtint *4
president CMag Kabehek sap : "U knew .h- : I. ,.. Me T* Set citrus and despite many offers

THE DOMINOES tag be will sot permit bed .. ,r. ,ng .. at higher salaries, Bob Rut-
ledge, the nee who has beaded
( lea. Nick and Gay) Cbtaa.. to capaMttty obtain a deliverableclear : 29t.un : AT ACCEPTANCE lIP IM administrative end ate

wganlxatloa tor nigh onto U
"'''e shall never W the tJ.MM .
CORPORATION who 1s or* of the l Metry'
THE NEW SOUNDAT CemrooftUU with their WlLCO.1 W AOON years,
"
"young rebels and who
koetroM mentality and adven.tcrtia OP FLORIDA
THE CLOUD bad to wrUe Mutnal'S "manual
complete their nuclear
delivery system to speed devas. tITERIALS Ccrua( tWte nO.w tow of procedures" as M went
CAl' r1 CAaw is CAS" I U along will stay right where be
7:10 f. ((2:30 tattoo to all parts of the .
world" .a Is t"'e w eel ewes vw b.1 con< U. R

K SAT. 7:00 to 12.00: MODOCiltlKn MOO ,OIooIlWshoar[ UPCOMING POLITICS -

9 1) 3W $ $ Irin1. neons'uyr' IIOWi.o Before the end of the year,
a 3-3139
For BUILDING MA Coq ._ ..a liter btu S ra
CALL 29MJ2IFor HID Grim, Jr., of Frostproofor
He..w Peeeea wt 'MIC AMCM/M oe foe O"*
former Senator Scott Kelly
New Year's EveRetervatio Hexn AN COWASMI
wed !LJ] ems .a ea n II' 'ft of Lakelaad win become del-
Nv Mevifi see... we re reee
*
...... candidates tor the governor's -

chair to 1968. Both ofttm h

WHUI INS HIINOiT Own win lacjweH IuidHaCJ S1apPI 913 *TH ST, N. W. WINTER HAVEN CY 1-1194 win not rw her the )Db.
t J Lad U I bad to bet III a choice



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Page Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Th'rscIol.mb"



Growers To Get Hints Given FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO DIED IN 1964 I

Look At CitrusDevelopments


For KeepingClothes


Florida growers will take a
look at new developments In ; ML
Citrus at the 18th Annual Indian NeatTo It i
River Citrus Seminar In 1
Vero Beach, January 18 and 14.
1 Fred p. Lawrence, cltrloulturist keep your clothes looking -
Florida Agricultural Extension their beet in the new year J hM'e
Service, said that growers ahead, Miss Elizabeth Dickinson -
will get the latest techniCal clothing specialist,Florida ..
Information on everything Agricultural EztenslonServlce, I I fr "'rTSergeant; Herbert- ] .. -Douglas Mb* "s..I'ta1'
from spraying to rootstock research Cole Porter I
offers .0m'lUllfesuon.on care MacArthur
Peter Loire Harold Burton Oracle Alien York Hoover Lady Astor
on Rangpur lime. and maintenance.
The 1965 fruit will be Y
crop Brush your clothes beforeyou m ,
forecast. Some promising new put them away If there ,.,,,--.
citrus varieties will be ,
Identified
l
loose buttons that'need \
are any (
Current production cost
attention, sew them on securely '
J. .
figures for the Indian River a
Check garment to see If It 9 1.
area will be computed. '. ... rap'. _I
needs mending or spot cleaning I
Fertlllters and their application \
sweaters and knitted
Keep '
-Rquid,
liquid-dry, Irriga
garments folded neatly In plastic '
tionwill be discussed. The .t--

weather analyzed. and The positive citrus will side be of out bags of shape.to void stretching them ., ) ,

pesticides and the effective use If you will store purses, JAr 1 a ... Lord- --Clarence II r** -S;Cedrle -Joseph '*/ /

of herbicides will be emphasized scarves, and gloves In plastic Ben Uecb Brendan Bohan Beaverhrook Cannon Rachel Canon Hardwlcke Schlldkraut Eddie cantor I
___
bags on a shelf In your closet,
Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostfor they will stay clean and you
agriculture, University of won't have to search through
Florida, will present the Unl- drawers for them. .
versity's blueprint for developing Hanging coats and: suit Jackets &: :J
agricultural resources effectively on sturdy wooden or pad- ,,. \" ,
ded hangers will help them hold riJ.S1. # : ..., "
.
L
Agricultural Extension Service their shape longer Shoulder ,.'.. I,:, 'r
specialists, James E. Brog- covers and garment bags will '--..
don, associate entomologist R. protect clothing from :lust .. f
M. (Bob) Davis, assistant hor- So that they will be easy to \\1& 1
ticulturist and Dalton S. Harrison find, keep belts In one place. -- ",. .r1.Ji.-: -.. .... Clarence !III.IIILtl
a associate agricultural A special belt hanger ring or a II J.wahar1a1 M14 .-11". -. .. -Jr"II m Budlngton
engineer will present papers in large hook on the wall or door lessee du Pont Nehru Mllllum BendJx Alan Ladi. King Pan Harpo Man Kelland James.Landis I
LILIES .. Louella Vendrlck, a Mnior at winter Haven High their fields. of the closet will serve this
School, helps show off the sensational tropical water lilies County agents participating purpose.
In one of the 44 ponds at Slocum Water Garden. Cypress Car In the seminar are R. E. Norris -
den Rd. This picture was taken Inside the 101 toot long conservatory Lake County and Hugh C. .. __
where water flutes blaze with beauty the year around. Whelchel, St. Lucle County u
Visitors come from all Tarts of the world. Among the countries A T" uxted Name fo>< Dependable Service -
represented during the past year have been England, Egypt and
f Don't Miss Our
Venezuela.

Florida Cows T'' M_ .gQQpgQq Cesditiea r.ArNLEI; n .



Set RecordLifetime I luLpoiriJrU7


iL

i'j 4brZtJ4 milk and butterfat
production achievements for
two Registered holstein cows Avt. A, M.W. CY 3.1620'NO *
In Florida have been reported
from official records of the
Holsteln-Frleslan Association / WI
of America. This current Information ,
brings their lifetime
$ output totals to more than 100-
I Ie 000 Ibs. of milk, sine they
reached' two years of age

*! t' are Listed In the Holstein report

Yn 1i Dead Springs Midnight S96- HOME FOR NEW YEAR'SPfc.
9109 (VG), 110, 97Z lbs of milk .- Lewis A.Elinors of Win
and 4,086 Ibs. of butterfat In ter Haven stationed at Fort
1,609 days on official test. She Euatls, Va., will arrive home
1s owned by the University Ofl1or4da. tonight to begin a 25-day leave NO MONEY
DOWN DOWN
MONEY
Galnesvllla. .. ?**. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,. .... .
4 JAnet: j "' ." _ .L. E. Elmore, 14q7) 5th St., NB. t 1' .. It r --
Raymondale A J R "4- pvt. Elmore graduated from ,
9788, 103,088 Ibs;! of milk and Winter Haven High School In "

3.670 Ibs of butterfat In 3,021 1959. -------
days on official test she Is own- i -
ed by T 0, Lee
Farms Inc., ----
--
Orlando. Steel Makers ----

Nearly 19,900 Registered
i. I
Holstelns have exceeded this No Payments ,
food production milestone wtnie
enrolled In the official test Put Up Solid '
SENATOR WAlKING WITH CAN Walking with the aid of breed Improvement programsof rr I 'HI March 1965!
C ,ane Ren' ECtwird tTedl Kennedy U accompanied by hla the HoUteln Association.still
I wife ai the:/ leave St Kciwtrd Catholic Chunh In Nest more have achieved similar
Palm Br.rh. ria His back was Injured$ In a plan craiih. goals In. unofficial testing programs Price Front


PITTSBURGH (UPI) The ,
nation major steelmakers pre jJ
: sented a solid front today In a 4 Model LW-470
to $0.a.ton increase on galvanizedsheet \ 12 POUND MIXED

4a_ :. cerned and about observers Increases were on other con. /FOUNTAIN FILTER WASHINS
/
; r.v products HOTPOINT MODEL CTAJI2I \ MMIf1Mblj/, ACTION wloi re tpiril ijititloa
Jones < Laughlln Steel Corp.
1; .. rounded out the "big 11" steel SI'CKf.ovln 9 Hotpoint Cycle Dtfreit I 12r ash., \ // / DUAL LINT FILTER
A firms that have raised prices on 21" widtl 19.Ib rere-zene frttttrt ,'li galvanized sheet which Is wide. ) ilide-out porcelain crisper, butt, bier YourChoice
automobiles ly used In the manufacture of egg 'Nwc8.| relit oa whttU, for eoiy cltomng. % / CHOICE OF WASHING SPEEDS

l ts $1000 / WRITTEN 90 DATREPLACEMENT
of "selective"
The pattern i
ONLY "MONTH .. CUARANTRE
price Increases In the Industry
began last September when pro. i 51000
ducers announced a higher rate E= Per Menrk
for steel bars In October the
price of steel bars went up followed ;::
by the galvanized sheet ;::::; ;:::;
price rise. These products
make up about 12 per cent of NO MONEY DOWN 19900
total steel production.
Industry observers are casting MODEL fVS14E %
an eye towards other major
products such as cold-rolled
sheet and coil, heavy plate and

for structural price hikes.ENROLLMENT which. may be In rflj1I111nrnr\\\\\ T


FOR DEGREES

I'" ""It.JH.km. .." NO


MONEYDOWN
-.; :')

WATERLOGGEDThe harbor of Cmrvnt ( .lt\, < allf ii... ,logged' with timber dead V attic ay No Payments
I and tllhorr debris l piled up b\ the Hood Light home l> at lewd' left .Itat rapper rightooFct w IHOTTOINT
fRESHMEN fOI DEGRUS1f44 'Til March 1965!
VVVV V V V
1..
family liie Hor point freezer MODEL FH314Ifreeier
; Il
G r ItO 1:on,I rolls en whctlt, Bores 473 Ibi, Spece..in'; 14-cu It Holpoint chest

14.tu ftj roomy tMveif ,lid.. 410-lb capacity; lirnw.11, l| Iniy.Istien .
..., 1..12 Oct boiktf door lock means mere room inside; {.it.freeie .
aluminym liomj: gilding tee bu.

We will be open ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S. LiInTiNONDEGREE let foe easy itorage: doer 'leek.

$1000EI
ONLY MONTH
SPECIAL FEATURES STUDENTS

FRIDAY: Fried' J Flounder or ... 4Uoo
1

(all day) Fried Deep See Scallops --=- j d i
--- I
):
.. .. m": Trutftl; Sfantf f :
::: ..,;.;:;; :: ; A Drpriulablr Snuff
I SATURDAY CHICKEN
ENROLLMENT in J1J3 colleges
(.0 day) & DUMPLING and unlrersttlea In the U ft \ "i1 i-"
doubled In the k 1 "IL.AKu..UUW! NO DOWN PAYMENT
has more than ,..... "':: ,
I U S. Officeof '
put eade. the '
CAFETERIA forcUopp Education reports, with e.. No Monthly Payments 'til Mar. 1965
fta'u..... Used m this chart I-
The aludcnU are poetwar on ALL MAJOR APPLIANCES
.
V 1) babies of women frown students up. Percentage went .. .. PLENTY OF OFF-STREET FREE PARKING

SOUTHEAST PLAZA {MOPPING CENTER tip slightly this year for the 167 An. A N.W GYM420
eighth consecutive time, toSSI -
.TO CVPWf. GARDEN "0. WINTER MAVEN
per cent
I

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,,.., Around The Town DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Thursday Dec. 31 I. r 1964 Page 7



.: .. Their 50th Anniversary- Egyptian Visitors Enjoy Holiday Visit At George. ., Lamb Home


TIle Edwin A. Whitman of of college trafcwea. particularly
MO Avenue D, NG celebrated a BOtlm algebra coauthor Mr. and Mr., fieweg lya.vb Mr. and Mr. AIM. M- Mr*. r. A. Vti.j. m s. had asher Mr aid Mrs. Cbarlrs Item
their golden wedding.. anniversary wMb Joseph. B. RosenbMfc and deughttrr I-otiks Ana, ... man and family left ycrtsMay holiday guests Miss EdHh .tag anal Mr. and Mrs Hay
yesterday wits a sfesMr at first prtHlnhsd la 193), joyed Christmas more tha for Baton Rouge, La. wfcere Ewald uf Vermont; Mrs. B. E. Johm are among the IluII n
the Haven Hotel. Two wto attended with subsmuint dttttoosin tli ever this year when they were their son Mike, is e.-rtnl Alka of Ml Carmel, II. aid ilea plaSMUng to attend the Orange
their wedding at Mora- and 1949. able to share tradtttoMlAmerican LoUIIII. Slat UIIi" ,.,. Mr. and Mr Dale More aid Bowl game in Miami tomorrow.
Ma, N. Y., were present, they A tour* edition, published customs with visitors son of Eureka. Ill .
art Norton L.VanDwyne,brother In 19U, with son, Philip aa from Cairo Egypt Their Mr. and Mrs Jinie Me-
of Mrs. Whitman, and Mrs. author Is Mil widely weed anda guests were Dr and Mrs. inn and children Chili, iNI M r, and Mr. I**** rWsit. !Misses Ratify *M Martha
John A. Barlow of flfth edltton beta written.
Pompano *
Bach sister of Mr. Whttm.n, Other publication Include trig.onometrlee Sayed Ataoui and Dr and ud Unda. of Lyons, OMo Jr. aid son Charles, have returned Hwythe are enjoying a hoist I>
Alto present were their nuthematlcal table Mr, Salami Study Salama have "bevn guests of N r. and to their home In MaUM. visit with their parents 0 rand
ton Robert his wilt Ellsa- *, slide films, and magaalnearticle and son. .... Dr. and Mrs.Ataoui Mr. Harold Peebles and **". N.C after tpesxiuM the Mrs John W hinythrKmjly
bath and their daughters JIM on topic In the history hive a son who is an David, on Jersey Road fw IwlMsy here stilt the former s freshman at ( olh i
and Gweneth, of Lexington of mathematics. exchange stwtmt In CaliforDr the pat week. 'i parenta Mr and Mrs College, New Lowlnn.\ \ II
Muf., who are Spending a two Prior tothelr marriage,Mra. ala *. Arrow and Salama rtelll Mick. will return to her ch>srs Sun
Meek vacation with bit parents. Whitman WM a member of the Ire wttt the Experiment Station Mr. and Mr*. William N. day. Martha a junior al the
Robert Is Protestor of Civil faculty of the State College of in Lake Alfred Seller and sons, Norman and Mr. and Mrs. ltd Ward .*dfMdrw Unlvenlty of Pftins\haniu,
Engineering at Massachusetts Education at Csstleton,Vt They Steve, have, returned to their Jim Carol and. Mar will be home until January
Institute of Technology and in are member of the First Free- Thumton Wlllli and on.Grefftry. home in Miami Seniifi after B*, are "leaving today fee MI. nth The Smythe familis i
early November was in Panama byterlan Church. Mr. WhitmanIs plan to attend the Kpcndtim the thrlntmai hell. ami where they will upend. toe leaving this weeki-nd for a
In the study of toll condition a Klwtntan and a fifty year Orange Bowl game tomorrow day with their parents, Mr. weekend with friend and r lalives. boat (trip to Naples, wiuii-!
u affecting the proposed new Mason. in Miami.Mr and Mri. K. S. Bennett and Whil there Mr. and' there they will visit with Dr
canal In that area Their other Mr. and Mrs George B. Sell Mr. Ward will rvtHwate their and Mr tinier, Itoynton)
ton, Philip Professor of *. Car) lldmondxm.: her er, 19th wedding" anniversary.l .
Mathematics and chairman of Rice Too! brother, Marcus Erwin and Holiday VIMIOIV! with Mr.
that department at Rhode Island
nephew, Jerri Krviln.' are and Mrs ,
College was not present owing Phillip Rial wit graduated and Mri. Kirle: Kabb J. Ray Thornton in'
r h One of our faithful readers leaving today to return to left for New Orleans their children, Patruia
to duties at the American Association from the University of Florida today .1
of Science Meetingat out called one to"must"teU us for that tomorrow's we left their home in Ft. Payne. Ala it the chose of the lilt ieme! > L*, where they will spend the teacher In Atlanta Ga t art..
Montreal. after spending Christmas hoil- trr. He received a lSBA de- long 't'C'k..ndlth their twin lya. a teacher In Orlando, and
menu. RlcelSupposed
Mr. and Mrs.Whitman movedto to be Teas for day here with their brotherin gyre In ttatidlc. He has been law and daughter Mr and Roy Jr., who ill a third year
Winter Haven from Pittsburgh Peace; Jowls for Joy and Rice law and sister Mr and enjoying the holiday season Mrs lien A. Douflai. Mr. Electrical EnglneerlnK stud nt
Pa. where be taulhtIIIIthemaIlCiatCarnect.In.U for Riches! Mra Irby MrDaniel.' and with here with his parents Mr. Douglas li attending\ the Tu- at Georgia Tech.
f t Happy New Year! other relative. and Mr. A C. Matt. H* will lane University Law School
1 tute of Technology and from
which he retired in 1952 as an be home until February 15th Sgt and Mrs Keith rlrury
Emeritus Professor. In the college Memories Are The Nicest Part whrn he leave for active dutyIn QM2 and Mrs James Bolick and famiiv ilf\\ down from Kii 1 1I
II "R.! AND MRS E.A.WHITMAN mathematics world he Is the Naval Air Service pro' were here from Washington.D.C i t''to v.i (or a holldaj \ nit"
for a holiday visit with
more widely known as an author gram with the former's parents Mr
.... -" ...... the former's parents, Mr and and Mrs A. J nury,
Of The Mrs llollli Bollck.
Passing Holiday SeasonThe ..
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holidays may be over, but pleasant memories 1) ,

linger on for the boo young people who enjoyed the

holiday $iwrtic at the take( |{<'irion Yacht and Country

Club.

ApIU'uximlth.I.\) youngM.i attetuUtl the pl'Unchuul t ,1 r. 1

age Suiitu Clans (wily.! ,

Seventh, eighth inul ninth graders tunutl out fop tj.i

their own "I|Jt1.'ill1| danct held in th Twn RtI m--the

l hU'Il\.t!. ""0\1'11| or thin age tier to atleiiU tilth a flint" r

thou at the club. ('haIic| >mNveiv Dr. uu
Zelleiand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alexander Tarn Director .

Jim Mill's and It'., Mllw.' '

Closing' the holiday niut 1It'M*>II for the young Il'' _

u adults Has the dance bur sfiiior high und vvlleire students

t tie Tuesday, held in the JUlia Ulv area of the club A
h .
I It Iy Pink camellia trvw' wviv IVaturwl in the ibcwutiniiii ,

with tint Urge tiee VI-HVIIIK the fo)t'r. Smaller tivt* is
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w.-i-e. pUi-itl 1111 the table und on the rt'CivwIimrtit table g

ChapeiiHww were Dr., ami Mrs. ;Martin HurdettcDr

and Mr. Cevrge 1\I'lIlll'lIk.lIlltl Mr. and/ Mrs. \V C",

rAe(4 Kniu-: und Tern Lhreitor Jim Milen and MI''', Mdv jfrS


Open House For Bride-Elect

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Miii noxc,Ua Laultt,bride- Those attending were Ml I;< ;e.
b elect, was honored tail evening Nancy Con. tee Thornton, tall
when Mr and Mr*. James L. Latter Cheryl Lanier, all ol
Titus held 'open House' at their Lakeland; Misses Martha :: dMr
home Mrs Titus IsPast l Mother limes, Judy Barton Auburn-
' TEENAGE MEMBERS ofthctakeReflon one Informal party, left to rltfit, Vaughn Advisor of the Order of dale, and from Winter Haven KENNETH GOOCH and
'I Yacht and Country Club were well entertained McAshan, Kay Harmon Retina Bowen and Rainbow for Girls, in which MiMe. Mary Joan Bentley,Sandra t amUi Dabs of take w ilea,
I during the holiday season. Pictureddurln Mike Miles. Mis tauter was an officer. Fanning Mary Faulk,Sharon Patti Oeialer, seated' and John
Invited guest were present and Crlner, Joyce Dayman Jane Brook, home from Florida
Polk City past members of the Rainbow llayman Sheila Mitchell Marie stale" Unlverttty Mete smog
I HOSPITAL NEWSWEDNESDAY'S Karl: Cheshire Girls finer Jane Setfert, Clenda those attend) u the party Tuesday -
taktland Stewart, Joyce Totl Jan Van. night at the take r<*|lon 1'1
Mrs Charles P. Denney and The evening was spent In re, Arsdll, Maine, fur .irol Yacht and Country Club
:i sewing acquaintances: and con. Jean Freed, i irol Lee lor
intent
ADMISSIONS: Lake Hamilton/ daughter versatlon Punch cookies, can Linda tee HP. Janet uinson
Winter Haven Mri. F. George CarUon.WEDNESDAY'S Master Ksglr James take toueks dies and outs were served. and Mr*. W, p, Tonally, Theta Nus Hold

Mrs. Donald E Kern Baby DISMISSALS Lake Hamilton Dinner Party
J Kliiabeth Dale, Las rvnce Robert W. Tomlinion.
Winter Haven
Strawder. Jasper W. Dell Mill Catherine Mr, Thus, Nu Chapter of Beta'
Bell
,Irs. Roy V Wood. Alfred JijAyiri llfm Pnl recently enjoyed
A. L. Brown Mailer Jerry
J James Cronby, Mr. t progressive dinner with chapter .
:John Whitfiides. Joseph C. Causey, Mri. David A. Clark New Arrivals inoml-ers and their husband
and infant Mri.
Wilson Dial Judy Diane Kelly daughter meeting at UN James Walcott
Mr. Erther Fletcher. DurVOCK John J. Daly, Mrs tarry L. borne In take Allred for the
Addison Duncan Matter Wayne Goodman Mr and Mri. Robert O. cocktail hour.
| Eagle Lake L. J. Herrmann. Mri. Wagner are the proud parrots Mrs, Jimmy Coil ...hOlt...
Mias.. Glenda Cox. Ruth l.real. Frederick E. of a ion born at r>> p m for: hi main courie which! f**-
AuburndaleMi Mann. Mm Terry Ann Suit- Tuesday In the Winter Haven fared beef stroganoff. Dessert
Rinse Dcckner. Thomas man. Ira C. G. Thompion.Brldgrwittr Hokpital. The bib) tipped the was served at the C IKidly
Rodgers horn*.
Maui.
scales Hi nine pound '''o.nd
'
G. MeNabb Alan Thornton
Holllay daooratlai adtid to
Mm Virginia Ate hi ton.
Frank Owen Mr Ernest J. a half ounces,. .
Kit suite air ai *a fi home
Lake Alfred!
A daughter born at .,1'
Yanj. James E Whit eau Those altemttnc were Mr. and
Pitt, Ga. Mri. tenor. Beliley. RUh- this moring u the bull hospital Mrs Jimm." Cos, Mr. and Mr i.
The Ret Henry J. Walker ard Collins.Aaburadal; to Mr and Mrs WUroer Richard Dmtli, Mr. art Mr*.
llalnn City M, MrCnlcbees) Jr, Th; fanior fho.n,.. Griffin, Mr.and Mr*.
Mrs Frances Malcolm Mrt Andn J, Bltnchard. mill aa i ighed in at r.jht; Ronfd 1o."UltiAIIl, Mr. sal Mrs
Polk lily George Howard. Mr Dale pound eigM and a I ant C.: Dudrl/ Rodgers, Nr.aM Mrs.
CharieR Carroll. Kay and infant too. ei. lilt Jam' -. W aeoit, Mr and Mrs,
Rudy B.ld.nfra4 Mr aM
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Kt. AND MM. RALPH It. IU1T, Mlowtnf their Toys CHOICI O*
marriage on December ltt at the home of the, br Ide'. MIND IUVICI' Olruirti
parents, Mr. and Mrs t, C, Barnes, (us Acres she UNllloAm SuSFIT
U the IDrmer Mina Roes Barnes,and her husband is the TIII IOUNGI
son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hart He win leave soon to BAIL I II l ,aces not
return to Germany to complete Ms tour of duty. 5..neetst. In.Mil

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: MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS
ANNOUNCES THE @ :1 N.tl,*. 4 teak checking, MU..'. !Its much.
nJer with, a che al'* j MC..... Yvur tketkt
Dancing Door Prizes yew receipt sad .Its nay to keep tr.ckf
16th CONSECUTIVE INTEREST PAYMENT l .. eipes irwrei ee year ,," Open Mece
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I State Of Mind Helps Cardiacs DEPOSIT ckst


ONE moment a driving, forceful art alleviated by Intensive medical
personality the next a sick, care and constant reassurance
weak Invalid. This li the aimpU from the physician ComplimentsRIDGE
saga of the sudden, Involuntary At first it is difficult for a
I admission into the not-so- patient to adjust to the restrictions
exclusive Coronary Club and total dependence on FEDERAL
More and more new members nurses and family, which are
are drafted from every social necessary to ensure complete

and. .economic. .. group In today'icholesterol rest.Even
i In the very early stages
packed hectic, of recovery, the process of
J
anxiety producing physical and emotional rehabilitation
way of must begin If the pa
life tient is to be returned to society
I i m
r In a single In- as a serviceable human t 4a ;,
itant there ii being, unshackled by the fear

I an explosive thatundermines upheaval the- I,of being. a chronic cardiac invalid

Shattering Experience
Dr. Coleman total life pattern s It fi .
of Individual A heart attack Is a shatterIng -
an
and all of those close to emotional experience which
him. deserves sympathetic under WHO'LL BE THE
Buddenly the tireless "tycoon" standing combined with emphatic -
who "could not possibly sparea reassurance that "oncea
moment to relax" finds him coronary, always a coronary"
is false, and a misconception
self
hospitalized for six full ,
weeks of strict bed rest with The recuperating coronary pa
tient must be freed of the fear M
no smoking, no telephones, no l3
visitors, To his astonishment, that all future physical or emotional i
the office disturbances may cause
miraculously continues
to function without hi. another attack. i 'KVLi vVF
"Indispensable" presence The mature "recovered coronary"
Is usually able to resume
Blocked Blood Vessel a productive, active life,
A coronary attack, heart attack within sensible limit
or, technically, a myocar-
"Coronary
Cripples"Unfortunately
dial Infarction, are essentially
the lame. They mean that a many patients 1965 ?
blood vessel which brings nour recover physically,. but remain
ishment to the heart muscle "coronary cripples" because of
unfounded .
hat been blocked by disease. reasonless fears.The
That part of the heart muscle coronary experience has
deprived of its blood supply is been called by some "a blessing
FOR THE LITTLEWINNER'S
In disguise" In .
for the time being "knocked out many cases, It
of commission" may actually prolong life by
Complete rest then becomes providing a valuable warning
Imperative so that the remaining and forcing the realization that OWN PERSONAL
healthy part of the heart the psyche and the soma- the
muscle can continue its unin mind and the body-have rights
terrupted beat until the whole as well' as responsibilities, and :
heart once again returns to must be Indulged with reasonable SAVINGS ACCOUNT '
health. periods of rest and relaxation
to function at full capacity.

State first Of DisbeliefAt the coronary patientIs to That relieve columns your ore Icon designed about THE DAILY NEWSCHIEFAND

overwhelmed In utter tftsbe I health through a better underHanding PAYING rr
Uef that this stunning disaster ; of your mind and body 4% per
I could have struck Mm, Apprehension All the hopeful new advance! P.id! Quarterly
f i and anxiety about him Iti medicine' reported here are THE
self, his family and his job Lethe known to doctors everywhere
Immediate reaction of the Your Individual medical problem
stricken patient I thotild be handled by "
your ""*" ""
Boon both pain and anxiety owes doctor He knows you bat RIDGE WINTER HAVEN MERCHANTS
(O 1W Kin, ,...t\lf.. lyndlcttt, IDA,)
I RF FEDERAL :

nuallji or QUarterly rather than basis on a monthly SAVINGSand WHOSE ADVERTISEMENTS APPEAR ON THESE PAGES
LOAN ASSOCIATION I ,
Budget ShouldBe The
home
economists also .
e. '' \'t / "'!'" 01 WINTER HAVEN
at suggest managing that you your-"home take a"more look ', .. ,. UJ nlr4 M.,.SW. 4 : :
$
aslly and, efficiently Instead i 41 J : ANNOUNCES ,
Included InResolutions of trying to clean the /house
from top to bottom In one fell
swope, It might be better simply
to take 10 to 20 minutesa
day to clean and reorganize
WINTER HAVEN'S ANNUAL
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storage units..perhaps single
drawer or shelf at a tlmo
Ai one New Years resolution It won't be long before they IF I'M THE
why not resolve to manage are all clean and neatly arrange e'
your money more ..lrlcl.nUYIHow ed, and you wjn't be tired out FIRST IN '65
can you do It? from the cleaning FIRST BABY OF THE YEAR

with First the, lay Florida home Agricultural economists legating Organize your your seldom-used storage by kitchen r.- My Mother wlU I

Extension Service, set tom utensils to a box In the
definite goals for using your basement or some other out-of- receive a. .
money. Then save something th.-way place you'll be amazed
CONTEST
from each pay check, even If at how much easier kitchen Gift of $5 .
the am:aunt Is very small. chores become with better organized -
Shop carefully for credit
so storage
you won't be paying unnecessarily ol the Merchandise ttl0le6td4ee
high Interest rates and VVoith notliin two piece -\um
service charges If you're U- lulta now can be bought atepaiates t- ether
ready buying several Items on This means a woman \. Congratulations. .
Installment plans, resolve to ran get one size bra and another' Choice
pay off these bills before you lire short If shea' built that
buy anything more on "Um eSet ny Called "Swlm-8wspa the llft We Will Give -
up a family spending plan Group Is color-cooidlnatrd: In TO THE PARENTS OF
that ls reallyworkable,and keep ltd" white and fir\ *o a woman .
records. of how your money II'p.nt. can be hei own deslonei from. THE FIRST BABY OF 'a JOHNSON BABY SET
Evaluate the family's The two patten feature itietih
Insurance policies. Often It Is cottons like denim and duck at '65W '
less expensive to pay pre well as polka dot aiiit pin I stripe Baby Oil, Powder, Cream
mium annually or sem!.an- cotton HomemakersNook
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the stroke of midnight Dte 31 I, 1964 shall b. d.elr.d
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Pegs Ten WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Thursday,, December 3L 1964




I Biggest Events Of 1964 Junior College, Hospital




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Winter Haven Offers "' 'io.1"" : "", .. 1964's Big Fire Citrus Showcase

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Choice College Site b '0' Ky." ..' "; ... ".. Leveled Plush Near Completion

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Tin most important event for gathering by the Winter Haven i. : ::' J'le";: .ee' a l Villas Club The Florida Citrus Show- was about ready for the pour-
1964 the of Commerce.The j
Winter Haventtes was Chamber
B.
I ease came Into being In 1964, ing of the concrete, scheduledthe
opening of the )>(Ilk Junior College I' 'I,., I'J '.1 though It won't open until 1965 first week In January. Construction -
.. 11 The biggest fire In 1964
the moet Important news original estimates for the I was
et bit behind
eei lhIMriti --on March 13 to be exact.! was a
,
of the year the decision to lo.catc Polk school were that there .. e.. .. the plush Villa Club which schedule but Roe and General
it here would be around 200 studentsthe II." "'" ''' "j" ; burned on Jan. 10,but t..otraU- .
'. t" Though the board of the Florida Manager Robert Eastman, already -
.
!''i er fire each took lite.
first i
the .
year. By time : Citrus Exposition had been In his ninth year as the
Close behind the the evte :
college ; I:
'. 4 ; There were four major Ores
registration started the I.
mornIng I eo4 e 1 laying groundwork for a new operating head of the citrus In.
vear s biggest event was the ,; ., 4uM : in January, the first wreckingthe
successful drive to raise the of Sept. i the estimate was '"'' ... I ... 1 '. Thomas E. Evans home In show on a new site for at least dustry's biggest show, were
cttv "s share of the 3 and a half up to 850. I ...1-_. Lake Alfred, the second destroying five years, the realization of confident everything would be
their dreams first became assured ready for the opening day.
million for construction of a huge When classes) started on Sept. !r- the Red Barn Supper
new hospital building. 8, more than 900 students were w -- j.IILIS....\t1Rj'wa4.'e Club at the Bartow Air Base, In 1964, when the cityoffered Meanwhile, the markedthe
part of its so-called Minute year
registered. Two later the and the fourth a trailer fire In
day sJsMw.r.
40th the last--
Doth were continuing news ._ Maid tract on Lake Lulu. year--and
developments, the Junior collegeone 1,000th student wa registered, .x which Hubert Woods fruit pick for what originally was the
actually having beginning a co-ed who decided at the last #. ;} er, lost his life On April 13 the board started Polk County Orange Festival
minute not to go to a Tampa The Evans home burned on plans for the Exposition's
In the years before 1964,the most -=--. and later the Citrus Exposition.It .
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Important development being the college but stay closer to home .- Jan. 6, the Red Barn on Jan. successor, the Citrus Showcase would up Its four-decade
county' favorable vote on the 8, the Villas on Jan. 10, and the ..the new name was tentative career with one of Us biggest
question of taxation for Its oper. Anotner stale survey team HUGE HOSPITAL ADDITION ASSURED AS DRIVE GOES OVER trailer on Jan 18. at first, but was official and best shows
atlons, which took p II c e In came to Polk on Sept. 15 and Doubling Present Faculties to Cost $3 1/2 Million The only other major fire ,ly adopted before the year'.nd.
1063. It to view site offers, three old was another trailer fire which
killed 12 the call for bids There were 24 contestants
and fourne..Th.recomm.nda. Mrs. Eloise Bohannon On May
But Polk Junior College act. lion, which came on Oct. 28, Ballots And Knowles, 30 year old mother. went out for construction of one for the coveted title of Florida
Contests Citrus Queen won by Miss
ually took material form on Jan. was the same as before unanimous Large Big The Villas was the most exclusive of Florida's most unique buildings Nancy Collins,of Winter Park.
16, 1964, when Dr. Frederick that the Winter Haven club In the area and a dome-shaped concrete
Lnnfestey, vice president of Pen. Golf Course wan the best location had been open about I year structure 170 feet In diameterand
sacola Junior College,arrived In This time the school board and a half Firemen fought the 59 feet high, the first of The famed television show,
Polk County and set up shopat unanimously approved the Highlight The Year's ElectionsIt blaze for more than five hours three buildings which will "Queen for a Day," originated
the Dartow Air Base, recommendation and accepted before ,getting under control, eventually comprise the Showcase at Nora Mayo Hall for five days
the offer. and 24 hours later small crew complex.The of Exposition Week, and Its
As of that day, Polk Junior was still on hand finishing the popularity proved fantastic
College was real, was a big year for big contest. He carried Polk in all to the county commission, and job of putting out the flre. bids were higher than the More than 32,000 applicationsfor
The first formal convocation election ballots, except in a Win. but the first primary, which Robert Haslett won the race for Two firemen were overcome estimates, but the three Winter tickets swamped the Exposition
Or Lenfestey went about the was held Oct. 22, and on Nov. ter Haven city election, where Kelly took. clerk of the criminal court in by smoke in the early stages of Haven banks agreed to provide staff, coming from every
awesome task of hiring almost 8 Governor Farris Bryant spokeat one of the two candidates was a walk. the fire, but neither was. Injured the extra financing, and onAug. quarter of the United States
three dozen faculty members, the second formal convoca- paid the tribute of having no Den 11111 Griffin of Frostproof In the November election seriously.The 19 ground was broken for the A total of 11,500 were able to
remodeling buildings for class. tion. opposition won the state senatorial seat there was some Republican opposition fire apparently started In $210,000 building by Florida get Into the auditorium and adjacent .
room use, setting up courses and vacated by Kelly Ray Mattox but Democrats all came the basement and spread rapidly Commissioner of Agriculture: Citrus Museum for the
program., ordering books, and On Dec 17 the school celebrated Richard Dantzler.... reelec. was unopposed for hU seat In through easily. Barry Goldwater through ventilation ducts in Doyle Conner and the presidentof five shows, the rest were noti-
enlisting the aid of the public Its first Christmas witha ted unopposed, but veteran Tom the legislature Wallace Storeywon carried the county by over 6,000 the walls and was out of control the Showcase, Wlllard Roe. fied sadly that there wasn't
for a million and one details.Dr. Christmas Convocation of Turnbull was beaten by 27 votes another Polk seat, but re. votes, and Winter Haven by 800. within minutes. By year's end the structure room.
by Joseph W. Higgins in an up. quired a runoff. Lawton Chiles
of the seasonThe In Hardee County Newton H.
songs
Lenfestey was joined on set "In a later upset, Mayor was unopposed for the third of
former Winter
Murdock Havenits
Feb. IS by James. E. Harris, Dantzler was replaced by Folk's legislature delegation \ ::;.\ I \ '" -
elected sheriff.A :
who took over the job of setting hospital story lIk.wlal'be,1B was i
Hughes Steele, but on Nov. 14, !
up the evening college and before 1964 dawned, asits Paul Vaughn of Winter Haven massive re.reglstratlon I' Tyr
less than a month later, Steele N
all of the specialized education.On administration struggledwith suffered a heart attack and tyear's won the county clerk post In a carried out early In the year W 1 ( i / I" IITla
the problem of too little runoff, James Roden of Winter under Mrs. Work's directiongot t
end Tern
Mayor Pro J. .A.lt1Ve
Feb. 3 and 4, t site sur. for too many. The board, made Haven took the tax assessor 76,876 on the rolls for the \ t
in his
D. Hill was acting place .
,
team from the State De. primary, which was close to 'J
vey aware of the lack of space post easily by a 4 to 1 margin
of Education had view. though Steele was recuperating the number who had been reg. t '
partment long ago, a lack that became Shelley Boone, another Haven.Ite "'
ed six sites offered as per. more acute a* the city and its nicely. was reelected county super. catered before the re.registro
I manent home of the new school.On environs grew, started struggling The Florida primaries and Intendent of schools Lea Dun. tlon. For the general election, OA- I(
f eb. 19 they unanimously re. more than two years with general election provided some son won reelection to the county a record 85,000-plus were ell.gible ,
commended the Winter Haven the accompanying problem commission, and so did Austin to vote.
Jus.
Interesting developments.
Golf Course, which had been of. where to get the funds enlarge tlce of the Peace Walter Dell Race to the school board, both James Telford was reelectedto )t I II II
second term. Lake Alfred ,
lured free, as the best choice the hospital. was defeated for reelection by Winter Havenltes. a
for the school, but the school mayor timer McCutcheon
board refused to accept the re. Eloy Delgado in the district Seth McKeet beat Mrs. Dora Winter Haven was chairman of
port. Federal funds were availableto embracing Winter Haven. Cox Phillips for school board, the county commissioner I ..
help, and the first of these Scott Kelly of Lakeland Just Sheriff Monroe Drannen was re. through 1964, and Austin Race
Disregarding the discussions came through In February, when missed the primary runoff In elected, Hobson Strain won the was chairman of the county
concerning the permanent loco, the hospital Iota grant of$200000 ,- his race for the governorship, tax collectorshlp, Mrs. Blanche school board.Ed .," ) ,
lion of the college, school of. in matching funds, which It won eventually by Mayor Hay. Work the supervisor of regls. Threadglll replaced ftob.
finals kept rlgtit/ on,working and promptly' matched.' Then other\ don,{'turns of Jacksonville after tratlon race. Floyd Woods and ert Staufer as winter Haven
on April 2 accepted the first financing' wan arranged and the a runoff 'ad'i general election Aldine Combee were renamed municipal judge. ,, 1
board on April 16, announced ,
two students, one full time and ,
one In the evening college plans to conduct a community
campaign for $500,000.

On May 27, the county school
board approved the appointmentof Behind the scenes designerswere Haven People Make NewsDr
28 faculty members, all with at work and on Aug. 20,
earned doctorates, above the na. the plans were announced- .
tlonal average for four year col. eight story building which srpNENIINFERi
leges. would double all existing facilities People make news goes an nocltllon at St Auguitine R C J, Koo was advanced .
and add many new ones. old adage, and peopUmade Bob Hollmeyer Winter Haven to the rank of associate ; C AN1
The first scholarship fund for aU kind of good news in Winter High senior became the professor of horticulture

the junior college was set up The drive for a half million Haven in 1964. ichool'i! first exchange student at the University of Florida
by the Lake Region Bank of dollars was launched on Oct 1, In Nov 12, Stanley Cox, 24 on May HI He has gone Citrus experiment Station Intake
Commerce In Winter Haven on with Tom Swann as general year old teller at the Bank of to Germany. Alfred on Aug 2.

July 6.On chairman, and although It was Lake Alfred thwarted an attempted Lamar English/, federal supervisor On Aug 9, Morn Mont de
the biggest mOl y.ral.ln&proj- robbery when he of Inspection of pro- Oca was awarded the Master
July 15 department heads ect In the city's history, he was tackled a would IIP rubber ceased fruits and vegetable Photographer Degree by the
officially to work
Polk Junior reported at confident that the public would Muharl St'honor. for Florida, received a tupcr- Professional Photograph

many had already College been, although on the get behind It. On May 25. police officer ior'service award from Secretary era Association to become one

I job The faculty reported on Dill WiUon talked a 19 year of Agriculture Orville L of only 577 to hold this honor
Au,. 17 The public did. On Dec. 16, old city employee out of jump Freeman on May 21 On Aug 11, Gerald Norman
Swann announced the results. ing from the roof of the throe On May 23, W. E. (Bill) assistant chief plant inspector

On Aug. 21 the junior college Total pledged, $063,760 story Van Skiver Building Coker war elected governor of for the Florida citrus budwood
faculty members and families more than $165,000 above the Albert Griffon, was named 34-1, at the State Lion Convention program, was put in charge ofa
were feted at their first social quota. executive vice! president of the George Flack Jr. was new project, and G. Don
---- ---- -- -- ----- -------
Exchange National Dank on named deputy governor Undue, his aide fur the past
Jan 9. In June Roy Jones Jr. four years succeeded him. BEGINNING OF THE GREAT CONCRETE DOMED SHOWCASE I
On March 20, Marlon G graduated from the U.S. Military In early September llalukSo .stat.'. Ag Chief, Showcase President Wlllard Roe Break Ground

Denton of Aukurmlale won a Academy at Writ Point >'dan. 17, of Istanbul and
long battle with the United George Flack Jr was 1'ch Glen of Colombia came
States to get hue name cleared Man of named president of the
named Jaycee Young!! here a* exchange student
from an unjust court martial the Year on June 1. On Sept. 8, Simon Khoury. town Winter Haven Council
and dishonorable discharge Two Havenite left for astlgnment how director at Cypress Car Dt'f.28.

Arnold Silveit was named with the Peace den. resigned to go to Europe On Jan. 19, Mrs. Edna '
president of the Chamber ol Corp In June Robert Thorn Bury Burgoon 33, who 61, flying grandmother
Commerce on April 2. hill on June 1. to serve in has been with the Garden 13 Fort Worth Texas, won
Bobby Cuburn. 17, Winter Panama, and Miss Joanne year, wa named to take his first Air Derby In Winter
Haven High tenlor was one of Omang on June 19, to serve in place ven.
four national winner at the Turkey. They will be gone for In October Robert Harmon On March 21, Charles ? ..r'F
National Youth Congreu in two year received the Future Farmer loWlY resigned as city
J \\1 Chicago In April. On June 4, Kings*otxl SprottSr of America highest award of public service, and wat J.
On April 4, I'at Mcllale won of Lake Wale wa named the American Farmer Degree placed by Dick W M +
the seventh annual KUanu chairman of the Florida Citrus Warren B. Jarvi was Jeannine Carroll of
latent Show Commission Robert E. Snlve- named chief executive officer University won the Miss a' cw
Ruby L Jones was promoted ly was elected vice chairman and director of First Federal leader U. S. A. contest.
on April 9, to manager of and head the advertising Loan On May IS, C. C.
Saving and Associationon
J\ the South lltlUborough Division program Oct 3. announced as district that commercial he would

E i iwr of Tampa Electric Co. On June T. George Washington On April 17 saw Frank Sigman Jenkins, "Mr. Publlx", received we reelected president of the after 28 years here, 48
elected president of the Lions an honorary Dr. of Law Florida Citrus Showcase ana with the company. He was

Club. Degree from the University of Robert Eastman wa named ceeded by Roger Johnson
Carol Ann Stevens was Tamps genera! manager for the ninth Petersburg
crowned Mm Winter Haven On June 12, the Rev John On April 23 M/s. :\! r
on April IS. G Stradley. former Beymer year.On Ken DaihicU was elected Memorial Methodist Church was named president of the urge Dessert Contest with
commander of the Military pastor returned a* ministerof Winjer Haven Hospital Board Orange Sunburst Cheese .Ip'Y'
Order of Purple Heart on visitation. succeeding W E. Rywrson. Two teachers announced
April :20. Don J. Koehler war installed Dr. I. W. Wander of Lake retirement on June 7.They
The local Junior Chamberof a* commander of the Winter Alfred was elected presidentof Mrs. T W. Griffin
Commerce elected L. J. teacher for 33 rears, 13
Haven American Legion post Halne City Citrus Grower hap"V.
wood and '
Shaw president on April 17 on June 23. Association on Nov. 1. ;
teacher In Polk County (
W E: Rynerson won the George Mullin was named On Dee t, C. II. Ortt was tor half a century, :
Chamber of commerce Bank- Club for mentor-
president of the Rotary awarded a citation Denison Junior High.
era Cup award fur the third on June 25. tout service b> the Southern E. W. Wonrtle, postal
t Ct1 time on April 28, giving him On July l. Roger Johnson Scholarship and Research ploys for 40 years, fetlf
permanent possession of the of St. Petersburg wa named Foundation.On November.

cupNorman to succeed 0 C. Stanley a* Dec 4, Gerald Hail HtU John W. DUlln,, tile
Witeman succeeded. district commercial business war named me of two Florid news director tor the past
Bill ChetUood at scout executive manager for General Telephone youths to the third annual U.s. yore, resigned tn tile>
v for the Lake Region AreaIn Co. Senate Youth Program. ol a nasal over whether
May Dr. John A. Attaway was Frank Nelson was appointed city tbould take over '
On May 8. James Colt was promoted to associate chemist director of the Winter Haven lions previously
named United Fund chairman at the University of Florida Building Department on Dec a committee of the .a
0 for 1963 Citrus Experiment Station at T. of Commerce, and the con, !
On May U, Winter Haven Lake Alfred on July 1. Richard D. Poie Jr war slot finally decided to
I
over this work sod QCCQf FOR A DAY AT EXP WT11av
received a dubious honor when On July 8. the Re*. C. LeGUberUoa named chairman of the Florida .32,000
Wnalley Jr. Lakeland Souctt to GET TICKETS FOR TV Show
Chester Collins, 50. wa named of ruttevtlle. Wis.. Cancer Crusade for IMS on employed to take over
to the FBI 10 moet wanted was named curate at St Dec 17.Five Job.
Ut ,.1&1'* Episcopal Church' local young men were Robert Gilbert May. company and two other ettaa-,
On May IS, W E Rynenon On July 14, Paul Basehonwa nominated for appointments to And on the other tide of escaped from a road gang. Utmenu. escaped agars ?*'
FLORIDA CITRUS QUEEN, 1M4 MODEL was elected president of the elected chairman 01 UIIIotll service academies on Dc 24. ledger sheet looking at Not 2end was recap actly one moots later Dec:
Mts Nancy Collins of Winter Park Florida Daily Newspaper As- Red Cross Andrew P Ireland was DOt M good things that after boldiaf up a .loam 21 from Polk louc'y ja.



T ," day December 31 1964
WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIFF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Eleven





Citrus Industry Bounces Back, Has Profitable Year I




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January TemperatureDips


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Short Of Kill eitr $ii"wA1


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The C 11 r u. Capital of the It never rained a drop In Win.
World bounced bark In 1964 to ter Haven.In '
new levels of production, not the processing phase of the v
yet to pre.freew output but rood Industry, there were three note
enough, and profitable. worthy events during the year. I [1
On Jan. lithe citrus groves The great Snlvely plant, calledS
escaped a killing freeze as the n I v e 1 y Division of Eloise '
mercury dipped dangerously low Groves Association for the years .
but did no damage.As since its ownership went out of
ilr
to how close It was, there the Snively family, on July :SI tl I.
was the evidence that Dick Pope became Cypress Gardens Citrus

reported on that date, that Cypress Products Inc., adopting the name '
Gardens had Its coldest of Its world-famous brand name ..
day In Its 28-year history. The In September Waverlj Grow. F

temperature never went above ers Cooperative completed IU50.000 '.MM.. ,, L..-
42 degrees all day the Aqua. bulk handling Install r
maids were goose bumps all tlon, midway In the observance .1.
of Its 50th anniversary, grown z'
over.On
Sept. 25, early Florida from a shed to an operation
grapefruit was sold In the New that Involves two million boxesof
York auction market for the high citrus In a normal year
est price In his tor).almost $15a There was one footnote to the ,,_ .__.L 2 _'""'- -"""""
box. The 1964.65 crop would year's news of citrus Florida
not bring that kind of price Citrus Mutual the giant coop. AMERICAN Ll.CION: MOVL INTO ITS NEW HOME:
again of course but the grow eratlve of the Industry, held Its, Growth, Expansion, Progress there Everywhere to D* lees

era' returns seemed to be ad*, 16th annual meeting, as It had I

quate, even despite a long dry held IS previous meetings, In $350,000 EXPANSION AT WAVERLY GROWERS COOPERATIVE t-;:
spell.-for 45 days ending Dec. S Winter Haven the Citrus Cap). .Florida's Best Known Product W.llin Big Demand i fj J
tal of the World.It .
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City Is Host J ) "h Tragedy StrikesOn .. ''''- ; e



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To Thousands .,

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Area HighwaysTragedy It


One Is A King #

struck many area ed near Fort Mjr In an auto
families during 1964 as a rec-
accident
Inter Haven had dls.tlngulshed .
many ,'I !
ord number died on the highways *
visitors during 1964, On April 8, David Travlor, N
the most distinguished being and others were killedor 19, was killed when his car hit
King Hussein of Jordan, enter 've'+ie Injured I la a variety of mishaps a palm tree on 28th St., NW,
talned at Cypress Gardens witha near Havend.il.
full day of dining and water A. H. Holstedt, 77, and his On April I) James I I., Davis
skiing wife, Louis, both of Dundee, 76, and his wife and Man L.:: ic

In October, 2,000 Shrlnert were fatally Injured In a two car Kelly of Washington, D. i... Ar I
converged on the city as Egypt crash at the Intersection of wr killed at Highway r and t lw"'t+'rl S44 ,
Highway 27 and SR C42 on Jan. SR 640.
Temple Shrine of Tampa helda
ceremonial here, preceded bya t 4. On May 6, Lewis| D-ilUt 'ur-i
huge parade. The next week, the first of by 21, of Wahnela, wan killed
seven victims of an Industrial In a car-truck crash .
Miss America was here near L.>
canned heat product died -iu, Bell.
shortly after the pretty Miss
Vonda drinking the poison besides Mrs Cam H. Morn1 N.
K. VanDyke was crownedat rJb t
Atlantic City. the seven Uols: people who and her mother, Lull 'hke., I
died, a dozen more were hospitalized nth' of
More than a score of foreign AulKirndal wore
students came to the city' to ... r and some crippled tor killed In a car truck crash; on
spend Christmas, and stayed In tiN lire US 91.
On Feb. } Charles T. Entinner John
William
Winter Haven homes over the Lewiana
holiday, 27, of Lake Alfred, war his wife, Myrtle, war killed
There, were I couple of dozen killed In a head on crash witha In a Iwo oar crash near Perry'
.
truck. _..
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FloridaOn
conventions the Dixie Skeet ,
r felton Roy'Davis, 30, of Eagle
Tournament among several Lake, drowned In June IS tilt Rev. Theodore FIRE :WI.EP'; : Tnr1: PLUSH PRIVATE CLUB .
such events the All Amrt. Fb 7. Lake Lulu on DeBoer, uprlnlndninfMar- The Villas' I ar..r Lnds In $200,000 Holocaust
can water Ski Show, the second antha Retirement Home In
annual Ridge Orchid Society On Feb. 2e, Mrs. Walter L, Lake ,Alfred, was killed In an A plane crash on N>>v, Id
Show all of which drew via Hensley, the former Marjorie auto accident in New Jersey. took lives of Daniel R. mtuch
ttors by the hundreds and HE GUIDES POLK JUNIOR COLLEGE Noggt, i member of a winter Peggy Fleming 14, of Au- oll.lIrllo und Robert McLean of Fifth Horse Show
its President Dr. Fred T, Lenfestej Haven pioneer
family was kill. burndul
thousands. was killed while four St. Peierslxirt The plan apparently
Two visitors which the city others wr Injured in a three crashed when trying< I
had expected didn't show Hurricanes car collision on Us 17 In Lake to land at Glll-erl Field .In an
Clea and Dora were Alfred on Jun S3. swrly morning tog
headed here, but their paths Kathy Keith escaped death on On Dee li Henry Hamilton Sets New Records
shifted elsewhere. Havenltes Year Of Expansion And Progress Aug. 7 wlmn she, Will in .a bad Splvay of Eloise. was killed
bid them good riddance. auto accident in the Adirondack la a car-truck nub
Mountains In New York 7rie. Fifth Annual tmiwrlal Thing walked off with the top
wllllam C. Gannawa, 18, was Walter William" Gray and 1 Allan (Chant Horse show set now money Windsor Castle 1941
was i year of expansion> Other new that spi-llr-d Industrial<< commissioner, wys killed on Oct. a when his motorcycle J. Gibbs dr.wer*both killedon record for attendanc and the winner of the till turned mulish
of growth of progress was progress: the speaker hit s Seaboard Air Line Dec. It when they "ereII"'ved number of horses entered. and refused to Jump. lie was
1964.The The Winter Haven Duly Southeast Plata, giant shopping passenger locomotive at a cro- In a ear-truck crah Over 10,000 fans were on the favorite to repeat, but was
city completed the $1 !News.Chief shifted from the center on Cypress Gardens sing, on US 17 near Eagle Lake. the ground for the final day' led from the jump ring after
million downtown storm drain traditional letterpress printing Road, opened on Mirth On N.v. M, Mrs Jute Mln- Gary Oailln of fecit Lake had that featured the $10,000 Or. balking three lime at the fir at
C age project and the like level method to offset on March 16.Wahmta 3, notable "because in it was chew, 18, wss Injured In a one Ms right. band shattered bya aff Concentrate Jump (wtep.atakaa Jump.
c program then rebuilt Ave T built a new water the south Publix super market oar crash at Av*. G and Lake ahotfua blast when he thought the highlight of |tile five
Installing badly needed drainage system which went into service a little more than I Howard Drive, NW She died the gun was uidoodml. lie I II day show,
and sanitary sewer facilities in June. stones throw from the first later it the bo pllaJ. tight years old.<< Appropriately' named Sure

-- a S200.0UO project All three local banks continued I'ubllx at North Gate snit Death Takes

Construction of the No 3 fire expansion programs In the city where Publix founder ....- ..
station nor Lake Hartridge. adding parking ares, the George Jenkins started his "
to serve the northwest and American National started first grocery In lt 15. ProminentHavenites
some of the northeast portions construction of an addition American National Dank In I

of the city, was started In that would triple Us size and Cypress Garden, an affiHat
July and was to go Into operation Lake Region Bank of Commerce of the uptown bank opined!

next week. added drive-in teller next to Southeast I'laia on \
,
There was more to come booth, March I. \
City Manager C, C Ryan experts The American Legion Memorial R
to have plans ready soon Home was constructednear The Winter Ilsvaml.ake AlFred I... \ \ A nationally known author was
section of Hwy 17, four among" In* llavmit who died
for reconstruction of two of the Lake Silver and dedicated
In H4, she was Mri. tllia-
Florida Citrus j Exposition on Nov 14, Supt of Schools miles of new fourlsne, was bulb
buildings house the Police also completed In March and Utttftr Howard authoref
to Shelley Boone giving the dedicatory "Bfor the IUD Goes Down"
Department jail and city address in ntid May the rebuilding of
Mrs, Howards book was a
court and the central fire sta The First Baptist Church the Lucerne Hark Read, a$711OUO beat snr In the IMO's and
tion. completed Its new Educational project ass started. early IMO's. ArectdentoiWin.

... School construction was adding Building and was about to Dick Pop and Daniel liaise ter haven for 10 rears, sh*
to the total, which topped II liD( b construction of a new built a plant in the Lake Blue did on March $.
NEW ON ALISTRed SJ', million inside the city in church edifice. Industrial' I'ark and started a Other prominent Hanlts

China added punchto 1964 Contracts were awarded The new building In the Di- new Industry producing rLA who died during the rear Include
Its threats by exploding March 26, and construction vteton of Plant Industry was serf boards for bust surfinga Joseph Chmcllk retired "; 111-
Ant A-bomb started I few days later on a completed and dedicated on Pope Invention cage postal ormclal" who died
two-story addition to Winter March 11 by Commissioner. of The Lake Alfred city com Jan. I ai Ih* age of 92.
Haven High School coiling Agriculture Doyle. Conner to mission I started study of a proposed The Rsv. Gorge t. Powell
over $2110,000. and a Jewett addition the late Dr William E. Cow 74.Kfl street rebuilding former Methodist pastor of B ymer" Memorial
Church died
for Its music department pertbwaite, head of the division program. fin Fit 1.Oa .
costing over $65,000 when he was killed In a But the city wasn't do.ntowl0fIC' quite a 11& March 11, Harold C: Of-
Construction also was started plane crash metropolis yet A des founder of a toed incur
on a new elementary. school Also dedicated on April II way street program lasted ante agency, died al tile age
In Florence Villa, to cost was the new Honda Stats from May u to June 11. cf $3.

about IJOO,000 just part of Employment Service building was abandoned because the fi eI Morgan L. TuckerS,, txton
r the 1137 million the Polk 1 Worley Brown the state's merchants howled. It to deathMflfeiG / to Winter Haven Cm teris,
School Board expects to spend who was with the city for 2<
for construction in the Winter yaars died on May U.On .
Haven area in the next fiscal June 11 Ralph McClsUand
year. I q hips, owner of the Winter Ha-
School officials were frying : van saw Works, died al the lie
,
to keep even with the popula L j of 80 al time saw works
turn explosion, counted ofl j Joha R. <<;a1IJ11. U.of A ubur\t4
dAle
press room foreman fee
school opening day in August
,
Datl) Mw.Chtf died on June
w Jell a record 1.009 reportedfor ii
*
class In the city n school i ft 'rlltoa I, bugger 41, via
system about 100 more than t erssldant of the winter Haran

Ute year before. Iwilng Mills, and a veteran
Winter Have High also got ) of World WarD, died on July 9.
the county's first driving Lewis H. Overman, 77, a r*'
range built Adjacent to tt.e tired builder and Wintar Haves
senior high' JC'booIlor btstrv resident Par over 80 years,died
turn of student drivers. 011 July U. He was a veteran 01
White on the subject of record World War L

NEAT. NO LIGHT *. tt was noteworthy that ] On ABC. II, George A. CharMS -

Pi .., Winter Haven adopted a record citrus grower and raaldanl
"be r- .ff ;
TO THE VICTOI1P'tK: :deL: "-ndcn .I hrolOft of Winter Haven sloe 1929
budget of iZJOSjno op j ,
Rober i Bt,bb> i < ; died at the
V.-3 r >idetil al lec Hub: Humphrey ellbr.tcl age of 94.
before
179.000 from the year j EAL.wYk opened lit, omri/r_ c.- Ise
B..kl pd.j'ed r., .. but held tile Us liDs at ..> T.>XJ* style after .*;';/ fci! campaign Oa Sept 8, William V.Schock.
tw..' t ... .. .eve.nt I WorUfi F.,. for a tw, 't'tl :jn U $1. citrus
; r gt : grower and
sufls. -wrer. :t Victor r ;err Sen Bt cai; ,uJ aU' resident
drew m....m. bw te.. IKS: '! c: had beet hTd, sine 1921 died.




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Twelve WINTER HAVEN DAllY fJf V, <"HiFF I WINTPR HAVEN FLORIDA Thursday December_ 31 I 1964

,

Bruins Win LA Classic, eII r Shula Named, <. < ." !



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Michigan Nips Princeton Coach Of YearNEW e


YORK (UPI) Don T wdcde :,

UPI Sports WriterIt But UCLA hain't lost since Its first setback of the season,, Shula the young Baltimore
may be the dawn of a new and the experts have been long Michigan, the top-ranking coarh who restored the Colts toprominence
In the Western Con. %
ear for the rest of the world
forgotten In the wake of an team In the nation overcame a ..
fen nn", today was elected 1964 .
>ut
at UCLA It's 1964 all over
again. other powerhouse at the Los 14-point second half deficit to coach of the year in the National .
Angeles school. fifth-ranked nip Princeton 80-78 in a semifinal i.
football League by Unit. :
The Bruins were undisputed Bruin took another step back game of the Holiday Festlval "
*d Press International.The J.
college basketball champions In to the top Wednesday night at New York. A last sec. ly 101 HAVILAND ,
1961.64 when they swept 30 con when they routed previously ond field goal by AllAmericanCaul 42>man panel of writer seem Miter v\
.ecutlv* game and the NCAA unbeaten Utah 104.74 for their Russell provided the who cOred the NFL this sea.

title It wasn't supposed to be ninth straight victory and their winning margin for the Wolverines son named Shula on M ballots.

the same this season and the third straight Los Angeles Classic after another All-America, Three of the remaining nomlna.
Bruins made experts of the championship.The Bill Bradley, had scored 41 tlons went to Blanton Collier Out Of The West

forecaster by dropping their night before UCLA had points for Princeton. Russell coach of the Cleveland Browns

opening game. handed thtrd-ranked Minnesota had 27 points. who defeated Baltimore for the Healthy quarterbacks and t passing<< combination will be

'y ,w.-_ ---.,,...,_.._ ..',-y Sf). John' of Brooklyn N.Y., -- ---- -- league championship. The balloting the deciding factors In two bowl game this weekend At least

edged Cincinnati 68-64 In the FLORIDA STATE QUARTERBACK Steve Tend shows his was conducted before the that Is tie way Floyd Dean formerly of the Winter Haven

Bowl Telethon Kicks Off other semifinal when Jerry passing form In the photos above. The 6-S Seminole field general title game. football team and now of the San Francisco 49eri, sees it

Houston sunk two foul shots completed 121 of 204 passes for 1IIB3)'lrdaand 14 touchdowns this We caught Floyd relaxing at his home In Eloise yesterday
Norm Van Brocklln of the
with two seconds remaining. season. at his home in Eloise yesterday afternoon and asked

The Redmen will meet Michigan Minnesota Vikings Bill MePeak received of two the him for his predictions on the four bowl games tomorrowand
votes and
With Four Games TomorrowJANUARY in the tournament final Washington Redskins garneredthe the Gator Bowl SaturdAY. We hoped for agreement an our
Saturday night.
estimates, published Tuesday It wasn't forthcoming1 We
Fourth-ranked San Franciscowas Steve Tensi Is TriggerTo other.
1- agreed on only two were teams apart on the remaining three
the victim of a stunning
Cotton Bowl Dtllni. 1 '45 n.m. on CBS. Channels 6 & Shula the youngest head Floyd admitted that he wasr't In the know when It comesto

13. Arkansas (10-0)) vs Nebraska (9-l) upset Santa Wednesday Clara 73.711n night the, losingto final coach In prof..lonallootbaU at (the 1965 post.season contents. ThIs Is understandable. He Is

Sugar Bowl New Orleans 1:45: o.m. on NBC (Color). of the West Coast Athletic Con. 34, guided the Colts to an un. kept pretty busy chasing National Football League runners

Channel 8. Syracuse ((13va.) Lo-j'shns' State (1.2.1) ference tournament at San Jose, Seminole Offense Western expectedly Conference easy coup of the from his 49er line-backing position.

Rose Bowl Pasadena Calif.. 4A5: o w. on NBC (Color). Calif. Santa Clara had gone Into

Channel >. Michigan (81)) vs Oregon State (82)) 2-6 record The former defensive
the game with a NFL
las In series the Florida State football
This I Is the (
( a on
.
Orange Bowl Miami. 1:45: p.m. on NBC (Color), Channel while the Don's hal been unbeaten back Inherited a string of prob. One Knee, Two OperationsAs
team that will play Oklahoma In the Gator Bowl Saturday afternoon
6. Alabama (10-0) v*.. Texas (91)JANUARY In eight games. Anotherof lams when he took over as
In Jarkksonville.)
2- (the top five was knocked off head coach of the Colts In 1 D63, far is he Is concerned his pro career Is just beginning

Gator Bowl Jacksonville Fla. :2 p.m. on ABC Channel as Iowa tripped third-ranked He accepted a few more this eventhough he was drafted by San Francisco back in
9, Florida State (8-1-1).. Oklahoma (6-3-1)) Minnesota 76.74 In a battle for TALLAHASSEE l ile'a long eison, "lie can throw fifty season when he agreed to try 1962 when he graduated from the University of Florida. He

East.West All S.ar Came San Francesco 4:45: p.m, on third place In the Los Angeles and lanky not the picture yards flat footed, lie's also an several talented players whom said he has spent more time chasing down doctors than, ball.
.....
I'IDnannel a Classic. Seventh-ranked Duke book Image!: of a college quarterbatlc. excellent ballhandler and gave other coaches found uncontrola.ble. carriers during the past two seasons The 8.4, 230 pound defensive .

By GARY KALE bring fullback Jim Nance and paced by sophomore Bob Ver. our team the necessary lead. specialist has had two knee operations In the last year-

UPI Sport Writer halfback Floyd Uttle to gener. ga's 28 points, pulled out a Steve Tinsl dispels notions. ership this fall." A graduate of John Carroll and-a.half, both on the right knee. "It was a pretty thorough

New Year' Day video quir ate their rushing game 94-89 double overtime decisionover along these lints the moment Tensi looks awkward as a University Shula Is character. Job," Floyd offered saying they removed a cartilage and ligament

terback with plenty of time on Florida State Is a Held goal Ohio State In a non-tour* he cocks his long right arm runner, and one of the biggest Ized by a dynamic spirit He and moved up a tendon to replace the ligament

their hand have a day.nljht choice over Oklahoma In Satur. nament contest. and looks downlicld for a receiver surprises Peterson had this never hesitates to make his He Is finally working back Into shape

telethon treat Friday when day's Gator Bowl game Th.Semlnol. Oregon State continued itr At 6.5, the tallest quarterback season came against Southern feelings known to his players Floyd who graduated from Wirier listen In 1938, said
eight college football squads .'. have a strong for. mastery In the Far West Cla*. in the nation this Mississippi when his rawboned "You must have confidence he was mighty Impressed with San Franrltco. He went West

with a combined 88.10-1 record ward wall, bulwarked by 227 sic, defeating previously unbeaten year he was also on41 of the quarterback rolled out and ran In yourself, a" staunch spirit to after four years of Gator football where he played tackle his

play in the nation' four oldest pound tackle Avery Sumner Tennessee 48-27 to capture most effective. i iTenni two yards for a touchdown. play football says Shula who sophomore and Junior year and tight eel his senior years. The
the feels coach's first andmost
tourney at Portland Or a pro ,
bowl classic The 40th annual Shrine ,
game 49ers switched him to defensive' end and then this
who seldom carries season, to
More than 300,000 a re expect. has I Impressive passer In Rog. for the ninth consecutive year. "Steve called that one on his Important duty Is to "get
ed to attend the contests that er Staubach of Navy and Fred Oregon State patiently outwiltl the football, fmlbhed ninth a club up again right away linebacker
Pete with '
own lays a grin Floyd provided some 'Ins'cht Into next yearV49er show-
kick off bowl week Mazurek of Pittsburgh to coun. a persistent Tennessee zone among the nation's quaiter- after It has been down and hatlo.t
a slx-game
"We put the play in because Inc (They finished on the Western Division bottom this
end. ter the throwing of California' defense and controlled the ball backs In total olfcnse with 1635 season
Earlier starter are the Sugar Craig Morton and Bob Berry of most of the game. The Vols yards on 215 plays. lie was Southern seemed ripe for it, A native of Palneville Ohio, with a 4-10 record.) He felt two rookies. split end Dave Park/

Bowl at New Orleans (NBC, Oregon for the West. managed only three field goalsIn sixth among passers with 121 but I didn't think he'd" have Shula lives now In Towson and quarterback George Mira. show the most promise. ,

Ii43 p.m. EST) where Syracuse each half. -- completion in 204 attempts the nerve to call it. Md., with his wife, Dorothy

(7.3)) meet Louisiana State for 1683 yards and 14 touch He may not run against Ok and four children Floyd's FavoritesThe

(7.2.1)) and the Cotton at Dal. Fleas Jenies And Basketball downs | lahoma but Tensi'i passes i-jE- :.. .,.,.""'< f>..$i ..-<>o '"'to.t ....
las (CBS 1:45: p.m. EST) that Tensi l Is the trigger: and key should be enough!: to keep a i introduction over we are forced the list his bowl
favorites
features Arkansas ((10.0) vs. Nebraska GAINESVILLE The mysterious case of the missIng man In the Florida tate offence capacity Gator Bowl crowd on 690.673 :
said
-Floyd Nebraska Arkansas In
over the
Cotton
(9.1) Bowl.
which against Oklahoma the edge of its collective teat. l
jersles nova
The Rose Bowl at Pasadena basketball at the University of Florida was We guessed the Razorbacks
Calif. pits Michigan (8.1) vs. almost solved by a pair of Gitor football coaches. in Jacksonville Gator But there ii one Seminole -He went with Syracuse in the Sugar Bowl. .
Again dissension
Saturday afternoon the Florida assistants. Billy Kin. Bowl Jan 2. Behind Rim, the that can lift them up and set ASHEViLLE, N. C. (UPI) -
,
Oregon State ((8-2)) at 4:49 p.m. we picked Louisiana State.
(NBC) and festivities are com and and Pepper Rod eri. wore playing tennis on the varsity Seminoles rolled up |in 8-1.1 them down., That la Junior Who said American childrenar.n't -We agreed on Michigan over Oregon State In the Rose
pleted at Miami Fla., by the courts when a bin boxer dog trotted across the record the regular sn non, halfback Phil Spooner. He did physically fit? Bowl.

Orange Bowl night game (7:45: court wearing a Florida basketball Jersey The Cincinnati Ohio, senior i.ji play last year because of The defeated Catholic the Youth Market Organization Street -With healthy Quarterbacks, Floyd will go with Alabama

p.m. NBC) with national cham. Kinard and Rodgers were amared at the light but has his name In the Florida a kidney injury, but this year YMCA in In the Orange Bowl. This writer stays with Texss
Wednesday 690-673
1(63tltllst let the III because they didn't know somebodyhad State record book 14 times he slipped through FSU a
pion Alabama (10.0)) facing dog/ BO way opponents nlne-hour basketball marathonIn -We shook hinds and both yelled Florida Slate' in the
Texas (9.n, broken 'Into the basketball lockerroom Saturday morn. holding every singlet game for S16 yards on 13S which there was only a five Gator Bowl Jan. 2. Wt're not sentimental we Just like the
If the eyes aren't too bleary Inlng and taken lerslei\ belonging to Tom Baxley and season and career :passing carries. minute break and no timeouts. Tens!-Biletnikoff aerial combInation.

there's) more on Saturdey as Jeff Ramsey mark for the Semlnolcs. There were no substitution but So It goes agreed on two. different on three. Floyd leaves
Florida State (8.1.1)) tussles 1 "The dog had on Baxley's jersey" add Kinard. It wasn't always that way. Nicknamed the "Spinner"because players were allowed to sip for Sin Francisco Tuesday where he will work in the

with Oklahoma (6.3.1)) In the "I did think It was string but really believed It was In fact Tensi was relegated to of his unique running orange Juice during the game meal training program of the McCormick\ Shilling Company njinage-

Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, an old Jersey which shomehow tame Into possession of .I Institute's role during the style he heads an impressive which began at bOOn and endedat We expect him to telephone Monday, with the words "I told
Fla. (2 p.m., ABC) and East the dog's Neither I heard about the \ list of
meets West In the annual owner. Pepper nor latter part of the 19 Shrine t theft until Sunday"All when his passes went astray
game at San Francisco
well when the uniforms
ended however
S NBC Teni.1 won his Job back from
( )
p.m.,
which belonged to Buxlev and. sophomore Jeff Ramsey, '
A crowd of over 100,000 will Ed Pnti'hitt during spring
returned to the ttniveriitv Mhletlc department in
witness action In the Rose were practice, but FSU coaches and e e
time for Florlds'i Tuesday night In the Gator 1
appearance
Bowl, granddaddy of all post fans still adopted a wait-and-
Bowl basketball tournament
season classic, where MichU see attitude toward the big
gan Is favored by 11 points There wasn't enough time to wish Bixlcy'i 'Jersey, blond. b
over a State according to Athletic Director Ray Graves *o (he senior
speedy Oregon have wait
didn't to
They
team Gator guard WM supplied wilh a can of flea powderby
long Tens! came out throwing
Wolverine Coach Bump Elliott': the equipment d'partmf'nt.'Barna .
In the opener against Miami
doesn't care for the odds "be.
cause the two teams are pretty with two scoring panel to his of Winter Haven

much alike," H.'. depending favorite receiver Fred Bikinikoff -

on quarterback Bob Tlmberlake and went, on to his great
Defense Is
to outclass Oregon State's Paul KeyMIAMI est year.

i Brothers, a master at the p.... Tens), who was drafted by

option play, both Baltimore and San Diego,
Alabama Is favored by five (UPI I) in the 1963 passing for 86 yard and the was" spotted by Florida State

points over Texas in the battleof Orange Bowl it was Joe Na. first quarter touchdown that scouts ai a high school player
champions, but Is sorely In math. In the 1964 Sugar Bowl it triggered the Tide's 17.0 victory for Cincinnati's Elder High.
to was Steve Sloan Today's ques. over Oklahoma,
need of a quarterback re.
another
place Injured Joe Namath and lion Is, who will Dear Bryant Namath' flat passes would be They went to icout
I Steve Sloan About 72,000 fans find for Alabama In the 1085 backed up with the run-pass op. quarterback Roger: Stau

will watch this sellout encoun. Orange Bowl? lions that the Tide run to such bach was his name and

ter, Alabama Coach Bear Bry. It has to be somebody be. perfection for Sloan the third came away wit II Tensi.

ant may have to go with sub. cause Namath and Sloan have string quarterback whom Dry. They've never regretted it,
stltute signal callers Buddy had It with their bunged up ant found last year In New Or. "Tensi his the strongest

French or Wayne Trimble, knees.It lean when Namath was aide arm In college football", says vh
Texas, which lost a one.polnt could be Buddy French or lined for training rule Infrac. Florida Stat Coach BIB Pet-

game to Arkansas that marredthe Wayne Trimble. The man of the tlon.
has out. hour may be David Ray the
Longhorns record Sloan had to stand In for Na. }
in offensive ktcktneac.
standing linemen math much of this season, and
the lathe 11
guard Wayne Freeman and de. Or maybe answer
proved himself bread.and.buUter
Nobla.I. men of Alabama' defensive
fenslvi guard Tommy variety field commander
Arkansas, the only other per. unit
and unrelent.
record team in Friday's Whatever it Is, it leave Texasin more dependable
estimated the driver's eat U it can Ing than apectacular.
action will draw an
But he figured second In the
.
.OOO for Its Cotton Bowl clash change Its game plan enough tomeet "Texas plan became he had In.
the
with Nebraska team that turn situation.
his knee In the regular
Jured
ranks Some 72,000 fan In the
bled from the unbeaten
on a closing day lost to Okla. Orange Bowl Friday night and season because finale against Bryant: Auburn figure
plus a nationwide television
home, the to fix his ( IHAPPY
lite unbeaten Razorbacks are audience, should see a whale of paases were thing
slx-polnt choices to stop N*. a ballgame. old friend Darrell Royal
"Moat of the stuff that Sloan
braska, mainly on a defensiveunit Coach Dryant'etrouble. start.ed
that ran out the Southwest Monday when Namath' right does the Nit we haven't workedon l r

Conference season with five knee buckled In a no contact ," Bryant admitted.
straight shutouts drill He injured the knee In an The Alabama defensive unit

Quarterback Pat Screen per. early game against North Carolina may well be the biggest head. i
hap the greatest Louisiana State and It kept him ache for Texas. Bryant caches
Tittle benched much of lie fundamental football and he
State passer since Y. A. season
mans the Tiger attack that has But Bryant had built his put a lot of stock In defense. The NEW YEARAnd

made LSU a five-point pick Orange Bowl game plan for Tide gave up only nine touch

over Syracuse In the Sugar Texas around Namath who fin. downs during the season and

classic. An estimated 1I0ooo..1U )shed a brilliant sophomore... controlled the football 619 play

watch t b. Orangemen, who son In the 1963 Orange Bowl by to 560 for opponents may we express our sincere thanksfor

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December 3L I 1964 FLORIDA I Page Thirteen,
WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN,



I Daniels, Osborn Win Golf SkiingDexter Red Sox To Move-




Daniels Sr. and Joker tator and participant part_.. of the Gardena Ski Team be- 1964 Sports Roundup Here For 1966

Osborn agcS radwataakkrriapsctlvdy water sktint..also pet tttf eaai the first woman ever

put Winter Haven Central Florida eonoMHy to to Jump over 100 feet on skis.
In the nattonal sport spotlight the national sport stream,this She holds the women' world "
ml year when they claimed with a splash a* Oborn cored record at 102 feet.
national tltla In their Speciali a clean sweep of the tour na-
ties. tionallv reoognlaed water ski Another first was scored b>' = Spring Training

Daniel, a retired businessman titles. Ken TIbado when he finished t'1

has a string or golf title The 2i-year-oldprc/eeslon- No. 1 to the World Human Kite Devil Gridders

that would stretch !from down- al elder at Cypress Garden won Flying Championship held In
town Winter Haven to Lake Region the AU American men's Tex*.. \ i mud little sphere, sometime mission paved the wafor

Country Club where he 1* championship Dec. 20. Earlier Back to golf! Local club called a baseball and ather negotiations. In a special meet
seen between tournament tormenting In the year he claimed men' champions in 1964InoludedMa- .( tunes a softball provide Ing 'hey voted to provide a site

local llnksman with titles in the Dixie at Cypress lOn Wine and Mr. Roy Thomas Post: 8-2-1 YearFor Win P t ttiviM with much for a training camp and build
ailu, about something' In 1114.II $300000
at L .RertonulClJack Van- a stadium At thaI
lone, accurate drive and an uncanny Gardens the U. S. National at
thort-game. Webster Mas*., and the Masters Hart and Mrs. Rids Bach at ,t it i is Hit Bemis Reds time, the name of the team Was
Winter Haven Golf Club. : x and then., ii II is i tie Florida withheld, but It was pretty well
This at
put Daniels add-
Calloway Garden
year Ga.
the second year in a was a roadmark for vat 'II .
:stile soft! 'II I louiiiiinent known that It
And
ed yet another statue to his already He became the drat skier In Winter HaYell'.aWP.rry was the Hed vex
row-and the second year In a head coach Calvin Triplet. it ,
I the ,1 st x s old I they would
Jr.
now a
bulging trophy case He history to win both the Nationals sophomore at St.
Petersburg Junior wry long time-the Winter was his KHh year as a head bate in 1'10 l >u finIshed
teamed with Dr. John Mercerof and Masters in the same College. -
Haven Blue Devil football team coach and his 10th wlnnlnit st'.i I960 mil the Softball title Important developmentstiox
Sarasota and year as well as the Dixie and eighth in the National
Fitchburg, Junior College Tournament turned in a winning season.Tb son Trlplett has never had i w.1' decided here In AItIU.t.l executive vice president Dick
Mass., to win the World Seniors All-American.
losing year! ( tea of "7Ie I sox are com- O'Connetl visited Winter
Four-Ball Championship Barbara Cooper Clack, also played at Grand Rapid, Mich. 19M record of 1-2-1 also |Haven
The Devils started stron in "
In' rang through Winter Haven and Cypress Gardens introduced -
played at Pinehurat N. C. -- -' r 1 III:
,
1964 with three straight shut- streets lt< late March when It a new art about the 'WtitSox
Winter Haven..1arpat.peo. .. 1'i. out wins Auburndale .r,-o, was first announced that Boston ," a headliner coined nom

Lakeland 23-0, and 1 amps v,.is const itrin i this area a* a the Red box nickname That
.. : : Chamberlain 130. Tampa PI.tut apt m* tralnliik' .lie. \t that time night O'Connell met with local:

put an abrupt end to this string :so*: officials tout' d the city. businessmen, Including the

"" truth b-0 victory In which thus Dui later in tilt' M'at the ball, press and radio, and promisedthis

r ." *.. t scored with 17 seconds left In flpiijtlvely *t .UUiw. was' still area the biggest drawing
\ the i'am* after Winter Havenml ... up in the air. It wasn't until card In the Florida Grapefruit
.
.. !,ted one six scoring o|
.., :,Hies artier.Winter LARRY SWEARCNCm. for- VMiiti Haven and the Red Sox Dantiler, chairman of the committee .
/ Haven bounced hack earl: on the Der.uonJunior ituKtmieni wits all but a mt- that had been negotiatingwith

.4: J ruin their fourth ahutout, 34-0 s t hood i hasketl!I ill tcim: th;it w In tci of signatures.( On that date Boston, Bald that the con
,... i oar) Manatee but the next week tI" P,:Ik out:; ,, title tri 19C4, the proposed contract was re- tract was ready except for clew

tied Tampa Hlllsborough 14-14 IPit-S'"iittiertsk" i[ l Kowsoph ,) .. IF"i seel here and it stipulated technical detail to be worked

and followed that with a 2S-0 ."'n' ro nt Wintry II.i\en that the Amci, i 1t',1ft League club out by attorney.

loss to Tampa Robinson High, ho n.w i the out';landing would III. a up lor a lO->'ear
l From then on It was clear Junior hUh! player lust yea! hitch on a i vpress Gardens Both the commission and

sailing 35-8 over Tampa Denlsoo was coached by Frank Road ilte. LuUert Oct. 10, O'Connell left no doubt that the
Jefferson in a Homecoming contest Ltherldge.: the Winter haven City Com deal would
.....b __ go through
26-0 over Tampa King, beside
... -- and 21-0 over Bartow. They Another person
Dantcler, who Instrumental
culminated the season with a
1 t7 In brii king; the Red sox here
III ML. 34.13 win over Lake Wale for
.. wiii And Ireland, president of
... the Polk County Emit) all
Championahlp El the American National Bank.

TONY KALOCRIDE, ownerof There were many MR Mights: Fir >i rumor that (he sox w.re.aIlOI'
Tony's Pharmacy and knownin ::- -..: In the 18t14 seasons tii quit their scottsdale,
... ,, ". -. ..::::::: _.' .' :. -.th" showing of three Jun.bra
Winter Haven as the An; bale came in the April
"Creek" deserves special .... -. ,:" '...... : quarterback Rick Anderson b It inue of "The sporting

mention. Kalogrldis sold the ... .. ... .41f'. .+t.sylNaramryR halfback Mike Pas. and New .," A paragraph articleb

major part of 42,000 football "' split end George Davis Hi IturwlU said the ox
tickets to six home Winter Haven li '>J!" or '. ... .....-anilf!,'. --he( strong Blue Devil) detensive > would move their spring trainIng

High football games this season sm.' enwe"w unit spwarhe.idea by y rounds: but Urn I the Florida

which allowed the school to written end edited JOKER OSIORN senior Jim McAshan .IM tlm ,e A 4 site ,\ I is still uncertain becauseof :

gross over 36000. Hats oft to Bob Hsviland Win Tee Few Ski Te.rei eN Merman! the many; offers.
this past booster clubpresldent by --the 42,000 who attended! /nix 1

and the gals at Tony's Phar- Newa-Chief Sports Editor home games which grimed the Far the '.COIMlatraliht year

macy. high school athletic departmentover a Winter Haven team, DanielsPit
I 1I
"I,,__ GoTrack Baseball '"..000It tins i was represented In
was also a season u "i:I I'-h
the FlorldiSlaleSoftball.hm! *
honors were ace JoltDavis
1O many plonshlps, this gar played at
.; : -. AWermui. JM Don
.., 'j ,iJ i-; viol the Little League Field near
Dixon wore tamed \ll-W.' torn
t Teams Score VictoriesOnce the municipal golf course here
; t'
.'. ,.Avw, Conference; Pap:w II'i Dee
and Ronnie Booth t *aces atn, )
/ ,.; 1: Although the Plumbers didn'twin
.' .t -to ." oral>le mention the event, (they and the other
:., ,/- Winter Haven High while the standings were compiled -.D.i ls, ,.....DllIOI1. sic, five team entered provided

'pi4'l1tt School athletics became accli- got second billing In the son, al McAehan on 'Ii, \,11< Winter Haven Softball fan with

1t / mated to Class AA Western conference. The track team finished Polk CMty learnDtvts spin tingling action. On one

( ( ::1 Conference competition 1964 No. 2 behind Tampa PlantIn -- Page, Dir,, and oc '. lon, over 100 devout fans
:" : Blue Devil Unksters, baseball- the league track meet tut McAttMM honorable m. V)ft stand until after t o'clock one

: .. j' 1 era, and thixi lads more than rallied In the district mires to All-8U morning to watch a marathon

.,; as maintained the prestige received finish first. They sent eight to --At the 1964 hxAball t anquelt prompted by three extra-inn
by the 1903 football team the state motet In Gainesville UKX r'itereceivedawardt:;! were tog contest, the last one a

that went 10-1. Five athlete were singled Diem, beat offensive linen, .nl| IS.'Inning tattle between Jack
I '1; All three team finished second out a* being the best In their Page, beet ostensive/ back, MiAshaa (,- onvtlle and eventual lourna.

In the Conference and the sport at Winter Haven They beat offensive llnemani" ment winner, Pensacola.

r 4 1 . golf team ground out a Second were Broward Worley, baseball Booth, beat defensive i tack)
place finish in the state tour ; Tlmm WlUmr. golf; Coon Davis, most Improved linen' I mitddle Other titles represented In
: thi '''' talent' wore Hi,,
nament. tlswlck swimming; Tommy Tuttle, moat I Impi' i,vedhack 1".tead.
Two other learns also displayed Whitesldes, tennis; and Frank ; and Alitermaa, She outstmidlmt .( Bradenton, s defending
fine form this year-- Hatcher, trick. purer ''a II'< swimming and tennis. The basketball In addition. Rick Rc4raon Plumbing was the team that

team, after finishingthe made the All-Western Conference Senior guard David U..rtooawudtcl knocked .alnesvtlle out of the
season with a 8-19 record, basketball team a football scholarship tournament with an ,.4 verdict

won the district with wins over Besides Ortt other coaches: to FlwMu Stale University behind the l0-e'rikmel pitching

Brandon and Lakeland but lost were Jim Whitney baseball. of Carroll Loaner

to Ft. Myers in the region Tom Coelello swlmm-ng' ; Bill BOBBY DOWNS

A cross country team was organized Duncan, track and croc couft Polk Junior Winter Hemet Prep All.A,.'lte

this fall and Is expected try; Chat Maim, tennis ooaoh! ;
rt to adopt a full schedule In and Jack Deedrlck, basket**!!,
College Cagcrs
1901. coach. Bobby Downs Earns
For the second year In a row, .
Prot bl> the newest nor
the Winter Haven golf team,
lacer on the Winter Haven
coached by BUI Ortt, placed
In the top three in the slate Boosters HaveSuccessful ports scene In 1944 was t

prep championships. They took college basketball team More Honors In 1964 ih1
third at Winter Haven Golf Club Year the Polk Junior Colletiecagers.

last year and second at Lake .
Coached bydarlee Harris
Region Coif Club this year George W. Partin J. I I. a till PlCgtketest.apen-. --On Jan. 12 of this year' Haven' edition of Jim Thorpe,
---I" Three .seniors two Juniors. Winter Haven man who dealsin e4 the teases Dec. t st he was named to ctwlsatlcMagazine's would hive gotten the > 41,

I. and two sophomores were the oil and amateur football. Florida Southern They followed All-America l.-m. Although many ofDo'suit.' *

mainstay on the link team When he was elected presidentof (bat with U Or Undo --On Jan 16 Down was '..- letlc eicapaile took. place U

They were Tlmn .Wilbur, the Blue Devil Booster Club Holiday Tournament. levied to pla> on tie South team I HI (football), 1'1' was ..' 'jrd-
Johnny Brooks, and Tony Price; back in June local high school They have scheduled luur In Florid'* AU<4Mr fourt"all ed many honors and captivated

Danny Reynolds and Danny Eng athletic were assured of another home games, to be playedat gems In Gainesville (tie scored (he fancy of sports farm tu, 1W4
lish, and Buddy Sim mm* and successful season, at Die high achoU two touelidewiie), one in the as ecU

.. Bill Mattox. With four returning least otf- he-fleld-wlse. lee early this gymnaa- final minute to wed l the game; After being named ((x,tball
and other prom'slng golfers year. timed game'. outstandingback. all-conference, all-sui* and THOMAJ A. YAWKCY. owner
N1e'they" flied lea nlck-
\ niTvlng up, the 19CS learn Is ..Pulls and his three officersvicepresident name'so far they have i Sea" .) aU-eou her,, late In ))9Ci I, the ,,)f the Boeton Red So., win bring I
.. Jerry M
expected to finish elver Pita club to
high again Blue Devil senior wti ""feci American League
called the ,
The Winter Haven baseball treasurer Larry Houser, and rusi/vw Orangemen_ ,. tiMtthe .Jan SO lie WM a*Medic the lit point on the gridiron, t>as Winter Haven for spring trainInclalMt. .
I IAKIARA COOPER CLACK team after a confusing delayRonnie secretary Paul Smith Jr -- II ate Coach and Athlete Mneslne'. still taking honorn .

Heidi w._.'. wee Ml Jem* leeeH set to work along with other comet up with the pleasetoaiaet leui orfielal Prep>> AU-Awerl --- ,
Booster Club member U plan. the Nor., (.i.iei Football T.... 9
slag the biggest football Innovation sports depertraer.CtOKGX -
-Jan. M DOWM atlendwl the 7r
d since a winning learn Thai
was "Meet The Blue Devils Winter Haven. luMtialt banvjetand
Klght." WM 4agU4 out a* the best

l layer on the IM4 learn Ha
Held two weeks before the was preeenM the Dr. Senile

t+ n opening game In September, almost Bond MeiMTUl f rq.ll,.

ear" $2,000 winged Its way Into -And on Mar It I ftve.oil
1, the Booster Club bank account urn headllM blared "BottryDown

from the "Blue Devils Right.* Mewed MM Devil AU,
The money' was needed a* the 4'r lete of yea"
Club tad to its loot likea
manage vee, Do*** was truly all the 30r1
big scale corporation to make
above, aired more Ha was humble -
and meet In the
past year
emwMerate, a per feet (en
and still complete: their programs {
Semen eke went out trf Ms way
that benefit Winter Haven to oho. kindness Impairs Hewa a

J : High athletic. asked one nwr**ig to Milt

a young patient at Winter i* venHoepHal a
As a result, they will begin
who was admirer
f m
next rear U the Mack evenslier
01 M*. Dowse was there that
they nave awarded! a $250achoUrahlp
after.,., 1UJi'atfcU'UIJIICI.
to. alga school
athlete. ed .-,-. .5 e v f
But Dow**' prep>> eat ear did
Her Is a rundown what theBooster
not end **er tootkaO. from
Club accomplished this
w ej seasoniassisted whisk be received a but,..,
r grant-ta-ald aah<4a/aMp to theUni'efslly

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Us loner* timer Mc' atch amazing .410. Aad *l Florida

eon and Lee Duncan, upgraded this tall DOWM played(reeamaafootixiU

Memorial Stadium's loot sad scrimmaged t

tan fleU to MM of fee beat toOk aga>n*' a Gator vuslit.

Rata Winter Ra vea U jMtly proud 0

...assisted tt* high school, of Bobby Dowo And as Dave

along with Tampa Electric and UW.WiaterKsv '.Utl, Otter freshmen footteJleouk
GMilty Etoetrl Co.. to erect. en aka Devil *pU4eM|, was w who ft"A here recently,
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w/lace teases sport CUM c Oefee e. touOmU !.*. majre ride u fraud of aim allO"
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.the note should be made read
EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Blake jMtare planting is begun

Dear Abb). Tree Transplanting ,h*I Replant tile tree at about the
'\ But WE ALRIAD/ same depth at which it grew
6A before and water It well for
Turn Anger To Pity WEN SACK 1 gap several weeks after trans

planting. If bare-rooted trees
ONce 1'l4l5 MORNING Time Arrives
Again are transplanted, special care
r Abigail Van Huron DONE 0UREMEsMgER must be taken to keep the roots

m moist at all times and to make

1 a\ ALMA WARREN the tree selected, the better It sure the roots are trimmed off

DEAR ABBY: There i I. a rather tamely that "closeMM" ky being andmUndlaf, sweet, will survive the move. larger and not allowed to bend aroundor

middldelivery woman In our neighborhood who fun, Interesting, quiet and very, very wise. (PJ. GAlNtsVILLE The time trees are to be moved root- double back in the hole.
men. Anyone woo drives a truck As for the Utter-start by keeping out of your pruning must be started well Bare rooted trees generally!
that Is In the summer she offers them cold husband's wallet.) for transplanting trees and In advance of the mow. Root- need bracing more than B ti B
drlnki. and In the winter she V shrubs has arrived again.Many
always has fresh pruning consists of severing (balled and burlapped) trees.
coffee. Some have told me that they have accepted S e e t Florida gardeners make plans
portion of the tree roots by digging -
her Invitations for a chance to lit down ai this season to move trees Some native trees for planting -
DEAR ABBY: I am willing to wager that a around the tree base witha
and have some refreshment, but when she lot of with .-. from the woods to their yards. on well drained moist or
starts people are living some very trance spade. The effect .is to condense -
giving<< them that song dance about Sometimes the trees survive the throughout Flo-
\ 0 flatwood soils
: situations because I know I am Many
how "lonely11 taJ years ago the trees feeder roots and
she Is and all decide
au
It'. not worth It Is there they 1 met a sweet, quiet l country school teacher move and thrive. Very often anchorage. After rootpruningthe rida depending on the tree species -
her know some subtle way to let I courted her in the fashion of the day. While however the wild trees die. include: Live Oak, laurel
that the feeder roots In a
neighbors to multiply
her and
are on
making plans for marriage she made Florida has 314 of dahoon hollj
,
me species red maple
we want her to cut It out because she's giving promise bundle small enough to be lifted oak .
the neighborhood bad ? that I would always "respect her privacy. native trees more than any buttonbush, hackberry, cherr
a name out whole The roots are usually -
I thought she was just a little bashful and, it state In the continental United laurel sweetbay magnolia, wax
ON TO HER would wear off after we were married. When O Slates A great number of these pruned back from the trunk myrtle, loblolly bay cabbage
I B a distance of 5 or 0 times the
we our wedding trip, had two
ninX llhh'n trees be successfully red mulberry and red
DEAR ONI One swallow doesn't make a separate put up. One : name may trunk diameter.As palm
spring. And one cuckoo wool fowl np a neighbor on it, and the other with her MAIDEN name on transplanted If proper precautions cedar. Other native trees such.
hood. Dont censure her Pity her It. It has been up for 37 years and that's the -- are taken, says Tony Jensen a general rule hardwoods as southern magnolia, flowering

way she gets her mall. Wouldn't you say she was assistant forester, Florida, such as oaks, maples, dogwood dogwood and red bud for
e e e e r
a little stranger Agricultural ExtenslonServtce. can be moved successful example, grow well only In the

DEAR ABBY: Darrell and I married young Before going to the woods to ly In larger sizes than can evergreen north and central portions of our
He was 19 and I was 18, and we have been mar BAFFLEDDEAR dig a tree, be sure to get the trees such as the pines state. Others such as mahogony
ned for six years now. We have three adorable BAFFLED) If this Is her only Indulgence lai>-owner's permission. Today and cedars, Branches of hard- sesgrape, dove plum and

children whom Darrell adores. My problem: I la "privacy." I would say It Is Indeed Kin Fwtur Syndic t. I.a, I4, Wend ,,,'. t.wrv.ANAl' almost all woodland belongs woods can be pruned back to gumbo-limbo grow only in the
know I rfookn but when Darrell vas in theshower a "little strange. But stranger still Is your to someone. Even though there match the roots that were cut southern part of the state.
his wallet and I raw a derision lit air your bafflement after putting up are no fences or posted signs off. When transplanting trees remember -
note which read, "My name is My phone with It for 17 .
years.CONFIDENTIAL visible, It still pays to stop at to locate them where
number is / c.4KILL
Call. me if you get a chance.
Dr Oeihard Volkhelmcr of the nearest house similar
to check and as
Jensen that pains conditions are u
more
says
e s
I asked e e
him about it and he said It was Irom NEW YORK UPI Walk,
Humboldt University Medical see who the land belongs to. be the to where they grew be
some little 15-year-old I kid I he met at the bowling don't nap--after a hearty meal should taken replanting possible
alley, (He bowls for our church league ) I asked TO 8. F. II. IN OTTAWA! School Upon awakening, any More than a few persons digging tree than getting it out.The nw fore. Remember, too,that man
him why he kept the note and he said he didn't When In deep water It's wise I* keep your mouth You fatal might heart pay attack for the nap witha sudden movement may propel trees from someone's woods hold should be one-half again trees need lots of growing

know But I didn't throw It away. shut warns a enough chycle into the bloodstream have been embarrassed when or twice as wide as the earth space. Plant your tree so it will
11k German doctor
Three weeks later In his 1 wallet again to cause a fat embolism the owner appears Just u they ball around the tree roots. Topsoil have plenty of room when it
and the note was still there. I asked him later Complete repose after a rich blocking a vital artery DrVolkhetmer's are loading the trees Into the should be set aside, subsoil reaches full size.
if he still had the note and he lied to me. I am Problems? Write to ABBY, Box 60700\ Los hearty meal can set up an accumulation theory was reported car trunk. discarded and replaced with Even if suitable wild specimens
heartbroken Abby. I love him so much and Angeles, Calif. For a personal reply, enclose a of fatty chyle a
we in Medical World News, Don't select a tree which Is more top soil, or thoroughly can be located it offer
used to be so clow. Do you think he has been self-addressed fluid produced during digestionin /
,
stamped envelope.
too Urge. As general rul.th.
a magazine for doctors. mixed with old manure or a pays to obtain nursery grown
teeing her What should I do? the thoracic duct
C e e e explains smaller and more open grown mulch. All earth to go back Into specimens when available

SO HURT
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Hate to write letters? Send one dollar to

DEAR Hl'RTl No, I think he his NOT hers Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif., for Abby'i
seeing her. If he had he wouldn't need to keep
booklet. "HOW TO WRITE LETTERS FOR ALL
her phone cumber Ilea know It. I suspect that "
you two are DOt communicating very well Don't OCCASIONS. PRE-INVENTORY

accuse him or cause a scene Try to renUbllnh e M.'nlhllr..dl.c" Inr l leU

BERRY

Pope Paul VI You, Your Child And School


BUILDER'S SUPPLYINCORPORATED
By DAVID NYDICK Alan Is a second grade student
Invited ToWorld's UPI Education Specialist who has some sight but for
SPECIALS
Handicapped children often practical purposes Is blind. He
need special provisions for their
can only see shadows. He has
education They may need special never learned the special: skills
Fair classes or schools, If they which are helpful to blind people .
are In a normal class or school to any usable extent.

I they may need supplementary The child was placed in a regular .
VATICAN CITY (UPIPopePaul Instruction.The classroom. He has been '
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tubmastar5FT. ... 4 LONG-WEARING RAY-0-VAC
public schools may have
VI has received a for. given Individual Instruction In

mal Invitation to visit the New some difficult problems In pro the special skills, speech and .........-..._ -e:._ SILENT NYLON
World's Fair next summer. viding a proper program. The the academic areas in order to ROLLERSRACKTRACK" FLASHLIGHT BATTERIESL

schools are generally responsible supplement the classroom pro. t .' ". R., 2S< Sportsmen Ito ...
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The Invitation for the education of allyoungsters \'
was presentedo
Small school gram. e Mtdt el, high impact{ dyne / l I :) R.,. lOt yip . 2 for ill
the
pontiff on behalf of the systems Alan has progressed very \ :
fair with limited facilities of. plastic .) t R.g. 4*< .V TrensisterSliding
committee
executive by slowly The classroom teacher \
door old b ck for
Its chairman, Thomu J, Dee ten have difficulties obtaining and other students have great lift Jr.The. trained teachers The variety of difficulty communicating with tub, Z Menges D. 4 (or I 1.00
handicaps also presents probe him. The tutoring sessions are L t e Ins ails In 30 minute. I l.ft.n.i . 4 for itePamtirg
hand printed invitation, lems. There Is often the problem not adequate to really help him. 'I e Ruill for a lifttimt el, ttrvictI .-. I
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bound in white leather recalledthepontiff's '
,
of not being able to obtsin He has been falling further and L J '" ..' I '' Accessories
recent trip to India ,_ ,,
an adequate diagnosis and recommendations further behind in his develop. -
and said It "aroused a hope as to the propelprocedure. vJ..111 a .FT. TUI or "
6 m.nt. CLOTHES CLOSET ROD
that perhaps one day you 21" SHOWER DOOR Reg. 69c gal.
Probably this child should a Installs to closet shelf in 5 minute
might also visit our shores. PAINT THINNER 44c
Is it better to place the handicapped have been placed in a special e Tilt only door .( i I" kind
"In this spirit we humbly In* child in a normal class or school for blind chil al, on the m.rk.t tday. Automatically tpacet clothes neatly

rite your earnest consideration classroom or In a special class dren. He could then have de. "" Clothe slide with the (flick of the finger Reg. 33c
of a visit to the Vatican Pavilion or school? The answer seems to veloped the necessary skills to PAINT POT . 9e
Clothes hang higher floor .
at the fair In the summerof depend upon the severity of the 5488 more ipsce.Reg.
communicate with other Individuals.
1865," the Invitation added handicap and the level of development TUB ENCLOSURE Re,. 69.50 2.39 18" to 30" w/IO hanger . . . 1.88 Reg. 5ePAPER

which the child has Edward Is also a blind child Reg. 3.79 27" to 48" w/15 hangers . . . 2.99 DROP CLOTH 44c

Add a few drops of cologne reached but he was trained to communicate 3688 Reg. 4,7942" to 78" w/20 hangers . . 3.88
to the rinse water tor women' As examples of what might adequately before enterIng 28" SHOWER DOOR . Re 44.50 :: Reg. 99ePAINT
t..ndkel'chltf It leaves a light be done, let's look at two differ kindergarten. He Is now a ? Req. 5.79 51" to 96" w/25 hangers_._ . . 4.77 ROLLER

scent ent cases of blind children. second grade student who re and TRAY . . 77eReg.

DAILY CROSSWORD celves Alan. the same program as OPEN FRIDAY NEW YEAR'SEsiily DAY 99e

The results have been differ
SPRAY PAINT . 77cR@
ACROSS DOWN n.JlW. h
ent. Edward Is able to com.
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H munlcate with his teachers and
a.WiLe fellows dUff h friends. His work is to grade lpi Reg. 99eCAULK
up
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10. shooting J. Over: poet 23. Bond I
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I f' has some difficulties, but these
marble I. Property forth \ \\
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are minor compared to the advantages
12. Ankle: as ,' \ iic : '
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anaL 4.Island: W. rays \,
11. Courage Indies 24. N. ti J work In a normal school situation. p \ 6..d 8-inch moulded' plot-'

I. Roman 0.Not mutt knocked down TI R.lar. lay Fluid, 0.. .
tic In blond block
legs
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numeral .tr&lpL 2?. Begin The difference In the two cases I Stich At.miaam
15. Negative e.Modem 28. Con. TeMdsy'e a.... is that Alan was placed in a for storage I I6'/' r" Bowl 21" High Wiftd.w with PROPANE FUEL walnut mahogany,

vote title dltlona 22. Cave,II situation before he was able to Use with 2.4. CHARCOAL BROILER ALUM-A.LUB M ale sieves deeded ItMtrni.teethe 6" 2.95 lit of 4 44e
reg.
11.Paleatlne Plentifully of poa medicine compete He should have first
plain ::Small rocks session 35.Part of received concentrated Instruction 1" ] 66 77c ] 08 8" reg. 3.75 lit of 4 88e
11.Not many I.Inflexible 21. Animal' "to be" In communication skills Req. 1.49 pr. r,. Reg. 2.98 Reg. 99c Reg. 1.39
20. At homo 11.Appearing horn 2/ A branch
Edward had
these skills and
r
n. Cod of war lilt eaten 31. Molybde. 0'learning Power
Heavy Duty
was therefore able to competeIn _. 4 '
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... Fat artlcl. 12lnllamma. bearing a regular class with ..om.'lIppl.menllry ro'' "It i ,. -I Cord Sets
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to work In mall nor to uppl.. TOWNHERE'S maker, $1000 CY *-88M. 2M
SHOP mont hli Income Moot bt norm. .
"ly actlvt Experience or knowlcdgiIn IVORY BROTHERS for mall repair. job rail| i r... WITH purc...... of Blue Luatr. rent DAYS
Road Hard Ooudi. small mechanicalilra YOUR CHANCE TOGET MOVING COMPANY tlnd builder Electric: Carpet Bhampooer tor only ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15
960 Cypress Gardens ....... li drilrabl Pl.... *.nd Agent ALLIED VAN LINER CY 3-2870 $100 per day. JOHN BOLAND'/
9 A.M. 'til T P.M. "" .. about yountlf' to PO A "LIKE NEW" TOP Local Long Dletance .n HARDWARE. Jt-U
Open WORD AD .
FOR
15
Drawer IJ61. Winter Haven. 3W1 c..rCI1:1lo'C7641 FOR $1.00

.t 29- WANTED QUALITY USED CAR WITH WarebouM Off Bartow Air Ba.o&nla" 4 PIECE Blrdeeyt Maple bedroom
Heavy equipment mechanic
tl UPHOLSTERYFINE met Double bed dreaeer. cawand ..,
and welder, Minimum a.11'ao. PLENTY OF UNUSED "SMILE- vanity bench, SWOO: CY M61*.
I. At leaet 6 yeara experienceneceaeary ao-a

Cecil! ClaytonNow ( qualified, Good nenon permanent. Stephens pulilonor Concrete AGE" ALUMINUM UPHOIJTERY 2 BAG planer miner Clutch and' Notices For This Department

CY KM 7. 11-7 EXPERT RBflNlSKINU gear head type Standard .hitch
1M2 BUCK LaSabre 4 Dr. COMPLETE! FABRIC 8KLF. TION and wheel. mounted $11000 Can be'
I Power Steering Power Building Bpeclaltlea WOLFE UPHOLSTERY: SHOP Men 2107 Wih 8t, NW'/ or call Limited To .
I (2-C) Collection Agency .Screen Kncloauree aSldlng 214 Ave A, BE: CY 8-1710 294-1211 between' 1 00 & I:ou p m.30J.
Accommodating brakea Air Cond
.f1 Factory ,
.Awning* aCebaiiaaALUMINUM Day Night
gt tinted glass, good tires exUa Zt-Jan.. 21 1. lane f.r .. .r .... te I. N. R.b.f -N. CfcarjH

Her Patrons i Ut Oeorta do III I. WhatCol- clean Stock No. 454A, DISCOUNT BALES CO INC. the val ,. .1 $21 ., leu. -All Cork
: Let Do U REPOSSESSED
ret those delinquent accounts, Bret George
at rate In town ana friendly aervlre. $1995 Ave A, 4 61 h Bt" 8W WJ-MM DRAGLINE BULLDOZER 2. II Ward limit. ,1 Item t. Adi mint be brought InI
Eoperienced too, New phone'; I at-la" 21I SEWING MACHINEWHITE locK Ad ,. tlaitlfled deportmentI.
CY 41961. New location; Ml Vlmar
CARLTON SOUTHEAST IIUII COLLECTION m Poet Office, 1M1 FORD Fail-lane 4 Dr. .111_' doe everythingBrwi tack ..,Ic. mud cantata *''.... lee .' w".- 'I.

BEAUTY SALON BUREAU V8 Std. Trans., Radio, TREE TRIMMING IIEWPERII bulldowr' on but to...,, make buttonholes. the ariee af efferim and with paymant. I Ie ad-

.MM of W. II., Inc.Owaed heater, W/W tires, tutone I Need tart dragline your Chrtmlan, =I.'rco""' tl damn. weave' aelomatlnally.mnnograme. makei Balance I telepkoe aumber ., ad' *anc.
Call CY I i operated ky paint Stock No. 4 2A. S3-281 In Barlow, ;2-Jan a fancy atllchee I ofg drew .f she ..110,.
Oeeria TRIMMING, CAVITY, DEMOS due $96 cash or paymente ardara.

22.UIt't MilllniM, It a I $895 wood 1NO;for RE Bale, SETTING Free Fetlmate.Oak Tall and $ Fully guaranteed. Call 4. N* temmertlol ode willba 7. Ma phone

LUKE TREE SERVICE: CY MJMM TELEVISION REPAIRCALL CY 3-4586 ",....d. I. Adt will nm 'I d.".

((4)) Lost & Found ltl1 RAMBLER 4 Dr. Stat Wga. .Dec 1 ItREWEAVING

So Convenient Cross Country Deluxe, IC ARTICLES FOR SALE

Auto. Trans, Factory air JORDAN TV
filled 2S38S08 NEW 10,000 BTU h..Ie.*. Clot
gas
to have your prescription LOITi While. mala doe with brown
Cond., heater Excellent Tranalatortar Alice Hall .
pole Dleappeared from 611 Are For TV Repair 'oul. 1700 Appliance ..
her. Plenty of free parking I or H: NW, Chrleimae eve, Anewera to condition Stock No 433B Radio HIFL0u.rantmnd I| Old Tampa, Electric Building. 14-TF
rue our drive-in prescription name "Spot". Return to thli addreee Burn Moth Hole TearaExpertly TOASTERS pop-up. com $34 5Uied BEDSPREADS Twin and doubl..
or call Slormy after I $995 Re-Woven I A II GREEN! : ANTIQUE wood burning clove In wants apartmenu" 6710LmA I II Chenille. Plain 3 for (5 00 and
window. QIIE, I STAMPSnr would living room CY 4-4181. At JOt: Av, C NE,
M>.tl 4, HEWABD WO BMARTT REWEAVINGSERVICE grace anyone I new, CY 4 4131 :JOt Ave C 1150
2M1 I I ft mild cyprre* dining table, 2ft KB 14.31 1431
TION 1>I1 FALCON I DR, SEDAN (33 POPE AVE CY 3-373t Wide Lake Hamilton 4J2-1T4.

n1 LAST:: P""ocrlptlon glaiN. In plruse Std. Trans, e Cyl., good Eatabllahed 184t23Dec WHEEL CHAIRS ; 81-4 FRESH Can Juice for sale very
CAu J'a .alt3.. II.t 2Painting I BABY Crib and mattress. Very R3.datJi M<<' $1 00 l.l.p Evenhouee
paint It tires, economy I FLOOR eAMI'LE8-8l1l1hll( marred good condition. FR
$11.00.P
: : ,: r 'tQ."J. special. Stock No. CUB. I 4 pc banleh walnut bedroom eulte. 3-4274 4. nom I 82132. 15.Jan. 8
$(it<5, :..y Termi WAREHOUSE
((5)) Houte TrailersNEW PaperingRepairing WHEEL CHAIRS for rent AleaHoipllal FURNITURE 62 ell 81" NW' BOAT etat. Ud 4 time. Combination
Free Parking Free Deliver $745 Bed.. Crutch'., Walker. 304 ORANGE Juice Pure. Fresh ISO life eaver 110 22nd St. NW
2933401 Commode. iodfrey. Rental. CY I gallon In your container At grove 29S-lto. It-Jan. IOOOp
444 E. Central 2935400 Skyline Mobile Hornet. 10 lleo (1IEV. BelAIr 4 Dr bd.V8 3-2411 Ave A. NW. 16-TF FOR .r tEenJ IKeNtlonal 1 aofa H mil. Eaut Waterly 13-Jan t tI .
61"
t'wd' RCA SLATE Blackboard N" a
'
31. and 12 modrla. Palm Shorea Mobile radio heater, auto. I
color TV. 1506 Ave E. NE Winter 11600. CY 'l7a. 27-Jan.
Alfred, I) work-
Lake J
Vlllaf, Hwy t McCOY Quallt METER "Ham Transceiver
Eaet a-Jan I1MO trana, good paint, runs I manehlp tail, clean and mama MOTORCYCLESYAMAHA I Haven 2tiI
Model H W-2IA: without attachment used 24Prica ".
boy bicycle
good. Stock No. R226. able Ihiine CY 2-UM 114 4ih, .. $2900. CY 8-4570 after ( 20-T
weekold $1750 FR HIM
: SELF-CONTAINED Tan ravel Street Jan Phyl. Village 17 TF ACCORDION 130 Barn I 8
15-Jan
a m and before t p m
hu
\ 1500 sill
7 iwltrhe cal
.
$995
: condition ItSflftSAveryi
Brtngle't Jewelry trailer Excellent TRIUMPH CYCLES I guarantee $150 or beet ash offer SUNBEAM Electric Iron $700. JW
Trailer Park ao.4 TWIN BED: headboards, French W. Harbord Lake Alfred FR
Sell ...n'n' and aport model.* Immediately Box 1124 <%NewC51.f.
Third. IWreet t .WIt PAINTING
I 1M 160 FORD Fairlane 4 Dr. SC No Down 2MRIBBKR Provincial620.00.. CY 4-2973 2-181 22-10
,Blwk Houih of Pout Offli TRAILER LOT compute. Drive I In Money 17.J aft. 5
Quality Watch and and hookup Bale or rent will 6 Cyl' Std, Trans? heater, 4.11 p lAKrLAND m Dally CYCLE Saturday CO Saw A"d joiner MSOb.. Call anyttm : FOR BALE Handmade Quill Top.

Jewelry Repair option, tIc block J'I: .of Ave 0I'I ;I good tires & paint. Stock CHARLES IVER80N SOI 3rd Bl. BW CY 4-8321 after 000. CY 3-1526 61.. PERENNIAL Btokal flower-50c $300 each 111 Florida Drive,
I4lh Bt Ph' No. 4WA. Phone CY J-68II 22.Jan 23 per doien Tree ripe grapefruit, Winter Haven. Fla. Mr, Ben
I Careful Work by Hour or Eellmale7Jan/ STAMPS For checkendoraement II00 ', bushel Call CY 4-lllt huller, 27."
TRAILER parkang 11500 Plmonth. $795 I ilKnature otherpurpoav 28-14
o4JaI. 10 I Lat. 60 i 75. Good Wit.Hann I aim dating roampa TREE r orange. grapefruit
City, 42:1-8473.: Adam. AUTO SERVICE v*!* pocket lam|>*. STAR I to 41. one bushel rlld Cr11e.. 75c temples:: In aeaeon. $250
Trifler Court, 31-Jan II I.6Z CHEVROLET 4 Dr. Sd. VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS PRMM, Phone CY 5-3221. 141 Ave. etch P501u. CY 1-6731. a3-I. II bushel' at my "001', CY 4TIJ7 ItoRumell.
TF8UFA 2414
FACED WITH A DRINKING NEW and USED Mobil homes foieale BelAIr, VS radio, heater, I A. 8W Ml Carbine Factory Sierra. hallow

PROBLEM Bank flnan"ln. CVPRPSIOAKDFN8 air condition, good paint 1* --HOLX.EAulhorlied and MOBILE LANK AND I a SERVICE: For Kirby I Factory Srr\lce On one complete I pa. bedroom ...IIt $475 bog 8-1727. 16x50. Like new. $2500 749 Ave
Perhapi Alcohollci Aoonymoui TRAILER BALES. M mil Get: olCypreee tires Stock No. 642A. Hoover Eleclrolux and all Chryaler aPlyminiih aLancrr with foam holding1261 M Term 23-Jan II C. BW CY $- S54. 2(15
bb Oardeni on Road (40IH. Fret- pickup, delivery and Valiant bagel WAREHOUSFUR7eIV7URE :
Can Kelp 21H.... $1395 i matea REYNOLDS Olh''j FLOYD RORHRTS MOTORS 83 (:Ih 81, NW,
(LLANIR SERVICE: : Phone 121 Sixth St. BW 2IJ-410I 30-4
Write to Poet Office Box lOll 5-A & 1882 METRO. t DR. COUPE: CY 8-03M 8-J.n 1U I, 21-Jan 1 X ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((12)) For Rent Furn.
([ Moving Storage
)
Radio heater, good
I Boats & Motors
or Call 294144T ((10-A)
portation economy tun"j CAMPING TRAILERS I ANYONE CAN MAKE A 3-BEDROOM tumlmed apartmenton 1.1 floor apartment Walking dlatance -
Weekly Meetings Open to Uu IMPERIAL MOVING STORAOB cial. Stock No. 4SBB.: Lake Silver Prlve Silver Crest to town and lake, Qulat
Prompt and efficient wales foi NEW PRICE 1110 00, Ski outfit Apartment Call CY 2770 or I and clean Adult plea**, 441 Ave.
I
Public Tuesday 1:11: p.m, all needi' Call $750 11 ft boat 30 HP motor. .- N3-1UU 1.TF B, NW. 81TFNICE
CY r.n for Ire. eatlmatea.Aienta I! "FLYING TACKLE"BY tom aka 1. pair skim. rope ufety belt
Polk County Health Building for Atlaa Van Line.. Inc.. KARMANN GIIIA CPE. and life pro.envrr cushion.. No kid ROOMS Furnished. Downtown -
.
Serving a'4 60 itatea. 14-Tf LKOXY lift at home Ira A. Park. CY FURNISHED APARTMENTS $700 1ft k. CY "1181.81..
r-n Radio, heater, 4 speed trans i J-78M 2WM 143 bedroom $50 to 175 4'I
Co 194 Ill Bt
up Beaeley Realty
i
good tires paint Stock USING THE 51:11I: 00 SS NW tY 3-2787,. 1S-TF Sale
Services MARK Mercury For
((6)| ) Special No. R227. ((13)) Real Estate
GET THE: BEST HP Bra Kind, $4900 1 aluminum I
Wanted Rile Bervlre Rental runabout, $17100 I small boat
((2)) Help FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED'
BEAtmrVL antique clock foieal $995 FLORIDA, WHOLESALE Blvd DIET, IncAvondale CLASSIFIED ADS trailer .U &0. CY 8-75M: 31-4 EFFICIENCIES and Hi BED

I Also antique and modern 213-7UO. ROOMS Me large airy room WESTWOODTERRACE
NOWfor clock repair. Open from I p.mp .' 1M4 RAMBLER American 1 dr., 14 TF II' CABIN CRUISER (Iberglam Conveniently located In Old Postal
APPLY I m, All day wetkendt. Sta. Wgn Std. Trans? good boat M Mfirury All eiitra CY Building, Call CY 3-WU or CYMlf7.

the opportunity to make sir.. M r Orson 1196 ralrfax Nan et.NT. .IFREVCH tires, paint economy special J-73M. Ii1 .. t-TF

ISM your High Income Year Stock No. 399B. BEDROOM furnished apartment.Conveniently 240 Weatwood Av. 3 br 14

I with AVON. and C0t'TVaIEaIDr.umak.r alteration of: all $695 ((8)) Automotive ((10)) Articles For Sale ,111.A 1 I ) For Rent Unf. Lake Bhlpp Dr located$6100 monthly on 1411 CY N. bath room brick panelled home family with loom.large living...Ik.In .

CALL WJ4137 or write ilnd CY 4-1IS6 14-Jen. 14 3-0171 or CY M7S7. 81-4 cloeet In master bedroom larg
in.lde utility and roar .patio Uaeda
\ P.O. Box IMS Lakeland CUSTOM MADS DRAPES AND 1ISI BUCK 4 Dr. Hardtop 1857 FORD 3.door Hardtop Extra USFD RBFRIOERATORBRanicet APARTMENT for rent Water office for ehort tune. will ....ri-
29 SI ALTERATIONS Blind Itched Fully powered Including clean, 362 Engln. ailck 1 ehlfl Be* Waehera Dryer FOR RENTUNFURNISHED and electricity urnlnlied Walking lice on low down payment17740
modern equipment SOU Hickory, at 134 Ave. U. 8CY!: .31111.. 13TO'ER Air Conditioner. Kecondllloi dletanc to town CY 3-5038 24-81 per mo. (plug T. J>. !)
!NW CY 6-7644 Mr*. Edna iVboeeer, factory air, radio heater ed fully guaranteed. Term .
hve In and ear* Nan. 'T It ? NICE 11167 2IIHU4 K(0 Weetwood Av* "' 1tw.\
WANTED! Lady to auto trans, good paint Pon.laC. Fmm $5t 11 5 and Up JOHNSON .
1213 Ith 2.... FURNISHED Apartment Water .to,, S-Br and Continema bath UP.
child Apply I APPLJANCfe. Uke Alfred
alto out: Apt. 1 Call Mrs. Brady I Winter Haven Draftlnr Co tires. Stock No. 418B. Phone I7H 139. Nltta 872-I!>M 3 i bedroom home. nice location I furnl.hed. 1 and 3 bedroome: ; Sea L.I.R.. Sewing room kitchen with
::' "IIP.re'. 2(3-1321' 8H All typei. Commercial A 1(57 GMC Tractor, /19.111.. l:.- 27.TP' near school S9 .00 per month .nal or by the year 21304861 30.13CHAIN'OLAKES built-In break .., nook .....IM
"'d."II.1 DraftingBatlnfartlun $1095 cellent condition 81 (H Mar be utility and double carport $" III
guaranteed aeen at North Hate Illy Service month (plus T & I)
lor Ironlni I per
wMt lady CLOSE-OUT conditioned
NEEDED 2 bath air Iarte
Drawn Bldg CV 4-14JJ Call' CY 3-5.71 after 7 00 m 31.TW7 1 I bedroom, "rt".nl"
Call CY M434 before II.00 peso ITP 1.13 OLDS1" 4 DR. IIT. P On *.pi4 chain. dre.eer amicheit atlr.ctlre roo"" ..
oTwa reference BH Full factory equipped Inc I llKlilly marred II' *n< on lakefront $12100 per Included Prlv.t. entrnn6. B&W Builders
1 VOLKSWAGEN, 34(000, Look WAHMIOISK: FURN1TURK lease UIIUII'.1.
TWO perlenced mechanic ej Winter Haven floor Surfacing Co.BatUfacilon ell' cond., electric seat good, run I 1.7126 new tires. Ira I if'Ii. 81. MW. Winter Haven month, on 1-6211.pl.r. 131/7 W. Lak. CY HUT CY 4.M7S CT M4H
Dodge, Plymouth. Chrysler 4 Guaranteed A. Park., CY 3M ...11
Dad.. truck. Excellent worHlmcondition L A MOUT1 windows P.S., P.B", tinted }I bedroom duplex apartment FURNISHEDMay 27TFMIJOB
I
*. Many company b.m Ill B riret St, Thon' CY 4-1M1 glass, radio, heater, one local CADILLAC Bedn 1(63. R/H new $8500 month I RENTALS help you with A Happy New BEALTY:
flu, -.. Jam Rickey Bervice Manager ; 11-4 owner guaranteed, battery. good tire., equipped for ALUMINUM HllttTS: -.Uaed. preuplalee per You 8610 H........ Blvd
Floyd Robert Moi0.. Ml 41 air conditioning. 11110 011. 293-iMA 23" x W" 25o each up Alklni Real Estate and New Home.
St BW, rhon "3-4101 UN. Stock No. CMA. 31-7 to :30 patty. ;II}." pale 23o each4U1UO RepoaeMied" ,
.. ([(6-A) Animals & SuppliesMINIS I' plate. lie each Over 100 "UlIWa.., ,3Tourlet Evening 34-2325
WAITRESS WANTED EoWr l | $2995 plate. Itc i.a> h. b.xallvnt: for many w d
need, neat dependable Appl' !! ([3-A) Business Property i home and farm uaea. Re-roof dufft couple 3 room furnlehed 8100 DOWN
In pereon: LARK IILBTAVRANTa96 4IIRVICK PINK POODLE ULAN IK! CHEV. IMPALA 1 Dr. lit. bird houeea wllh them. ua* u* I apartment In cables ....*. Rail.Lake : ( BR. CB HOMES
sob flt" NW. Phona CY 4420 : aiding o. farm bulldlnn At theNeweChlet CY 3-77M -81 month
Complete prohukwal grooming actual miles fully Low a* $4700
VI, 31,000 I Office. 1J4 3rd lit.HW. Broker
McCOMIC. Rag
AKC Toy pupplei. available. Phon' -REALTY- CHARLES
FOR RENT CB Commercial' Build. TTF APARTMENT FOR
powered one local owner EFFICIENCY: *"**
: STATION Young Mat MS-I7M, fur .ppolnt"" ." ItTTPVrPlEB Ing. 40 t 80 with truck door. Jame IJJI52S 411 E. Central Ave RENT, lumlahed No pet* = l4.Jan. It
eaperlenced tat kindling. tlrti sat I Stock No. CMA. McAfee IBM 401 h Bt, NW' 3041 i 2911, 2100 Lake Drtv: NW :
.ervlce, minor repair. Probe JU.h l Dechinundi Alrdalei Chihuahua WE RENT Rollawav bed. Baby Frank AU.......... 2M1
School Gradual, Bl- ability' lel'> Miniature I Tor Pen $1095 I bed.. 111<"..1... Coftea makesAoqu.l BY OWNER
.
ful far advancement FlRnaTONtBTORE3 Pet arrflpLYDO FARM labli-e A ctialr RugBhamimoer FOR LEASE IN LAKE ALFRED: apartment S-Bedroom CB bouee $40000 dow
*..', .t m 41 hBt (9)[ ) Business Opportunities U.DO-IT RENTALS Immediate occupancy Beautiful ATTRACTIVE on'urnl'BMlu. .. "". *andbelcS Take up paymenta 461 "t' Cum
dr. cottage : ...
SW. CY II7M 2MII IMS RAMBLER American I Mat Ave, U. NW year old t-H home. bedraom and Nfce place for winter vwF mln .. Lake Alfred FR 3143BEDROOM

OOOO jolt for aomeon with ..apartinc. Std. Trans. 1 CyL 18-Jan II riorlda room. Big' yard. Good neUrh- Phone' CY 3-5031' 51.41.uhhR1'IOorldaaroom
..... HORSES One a old mare ton
year ( bedroomhoue
rldln galled pleaiur. h. kornoiid. 4 mllre rem Winter Ha- SOON and -
Sal 10 work with cow Alto "... One Pint Oeldlni l 4H peon oldmop Economy Champ. Stock LOCAL DEALERSHIP FURNITURE MEPOSSrSSED: ten. For appointment, call La...* *. (100 down lit rnoBlhIf
rector operator anperUneed win gentle CY I title Iv-l No. P208. Complete liouee full of neat I* new lad 4M-WHU after S W p m LAKLVICW good credit CY 34ISI FIRJTMOKTOAOE
Tsar goon IMMEDIATE INCOME furniture 3-Bedraom ,u" llvIng Nut.. CORP. OF WINTER
type' equipment K..I 3123 A e ,
j U M La. H.tchlneha lit HIM.eaet .. TENNESSEE: WALKER STUD $995 room ...'It. roft-e (able, etepPOIY .U S2nel It. NW. 3..a HAVEN 38-TF
of Lake Haimlian. Call .2 3 T Yn. old i Fall ai Part Tim ,Iblem.. amp. WAREHOUSIURNITURR BEDROOM CB home cell heat 1', NW AI'I. I
474.. IoH Eligible (or rtgletraHonBe U 5,5, I' 'W.' built-in kitchen appliance food I-"room furnl.Md.pamm.ml NEW ALL MODERN 2oedromnwuh
or call 130 p m Gray Lucrative Income potential with 401 neighborhood near echoola. $M Wa TORRENT -noIlL Florida room CtoM-la. III.000.
WAITRE8B wanted. NJ, andreadable. 4. Bennett m".4r: Dunde, SELECTUSED a national orianixaUon Company month CY 3-4itt 11.1HEDROOM. PhoneCYH 224 Ave F at CT 3-433. 12-TF
3-HIS
Apply at Suadowa ReiUurent. Phone
keiweea I,00 a m.and I 0an. 424161421II established accounts. No FOAM RUBBER CB $*tou per. moon or "xu 1 5 15.dnom
100 P III. aaa *lwy: ] I tiling or soliciting. Investment RING YOUR PATTERN WELL No obleclloa" to children. Call WO 0/11 CHAD ltntuekwplaf -..... 1WImlamlSIlflhIlllsIlillISMlSllIllSINM9lNothing.
FOR SALE H German Shepherd.tiDobermaa I CUT WHILE YOU WAIT LOW 7-4677 after 30 p.m. 2M MODt I". wok"y raIN
Pincher pupple Good required. Secure your future PRICE FORDS TRIM SHOP 801Ave. Alas_ e.ema ",",,1..,. ,IERaA I Down
WANTED: EnperUnced: curt .11'!. (companion. and watch do.*. UOOOCall CARS with a permanent weekly in B. )lW. CY 3-0511 32TVi4A0 1 BEDROOM: I bath Northeaet Ira Boull MOTa.- .. IT *
Apply Jack and B.tty'.. 41 TR MOiM M-ll t...... 178 Month. Beaaley. Realty COURT 140.7 r !
-t LOCATIONS come. Write Box A1S2T % 0 M4 40 BC NW CY 8-OTT. >>-Tr Tbafi right! No cash required -

rtBTILIIEB: SALES lot 101 SL, SW TMSrdSt, IiW ewe-Ch t'1. SI-11 1O104'OrPRINTERS for penIMtnan.Soon' :
OI ram
K.iaMlahe: tertlluwr material tupalter To Trade BEDROOM houe near acaoola.Iowa SLEEPING IC1 Are B. I to buy this 3-bed
((7)( ) Buy or 1AdI' S
require. two additional aalefiepreMnUtlve .. _... aM refrigerator tar room borne Oaners >ave
For limb.ItaHo.
Dealer Oil Co
MODERN
Franchised Mejor
tot trav.l In South nlehed" 84400 month $38 Av.. B. CY "1330. a1-4''
,..allmr for 1 leaee Preeently averaging 30-3 moved want buyer to
wall Rambler CY K413.
SoiL Collate graduate PlymouthChryslermim I BB CY 8-71M ar
month Located lee pal
aaOUO .
or related agricultural awn RM MVT uod ipolaww and tun gallona per I A I Bedroom apartment I assume their mortgage
..m*. Balary _..*....... whb.tp.rW3r. thou. and we Mil wed appllancet ZUI41S m Wlmer Havea Call M 31-4 KTnorna re FOR RENT: or Leaaebed room. 3 11coII. ? *' L0008 i iIt. will .
B77-a74l Tampa MOTOR AND forfeit HMO 00
.. company retirement P" and furniture HROOKS" APPLIANCE bass Florida room CarporleBrick .
pram automobile and eapeaaea. o,. rVRNnURB.. Ml Haveadal I Home Built in .lte""'.'. NW ." IT Wort.Bwuwford. 247EINOLEII equity Drive by IX Ith
,"va... ."' Confer Blv4- t-TI COMMERCIINDUSTRY after Ot 2031INFVRNIUHEP
onunlty for "' IUI aectton CY 3-I1M
AabCnR-Wllklwa Company.IC! I ((9-AJ' ) Furniture MANOR -. If.. apart' St, Jill Phyl Village but
Trwt Compaay' ; Outlet Cleaa.tbedmm. 0edsta C1r..r act right away BO *t can
:tog, AtUmta. 0aorgy..wpplo.. ((8)) Automotive 1MT CHEVROLET Make aa alter Fla. nom ule hook r.o- 78.11 t: "SA" SWrle. obtain Homestead Eiemp-:
Mirkhtft $M40 444 7tk Bt ,
JA UII I. a Ill eicellent' a cylinder o
OTA sad CHAIR In vinyl BlaMIcFVwe '
GOVllNMCNT L 1alI't"H 31-4 .5 I IaUOo
30-3 ) and reduce
-
TRIDAYtiauwwork g.een Chary a3-143 Mmpte, (M (* Terrna.WAREHOUSE doa your moo-
and
MONDAY MuM lobs rhbdrv BIV. 1M3 CIIEVROLKT tatloa Wagon FURNITURE:, uI" I I BEDROOM a Mill kema I32t4 thly payments caB
.... .... iruupounm.. : eon! <;:' Delta Radio healer. AlT, Uoo4eondlUoa. I 1(44 Corvair 3-duvr Bedaa Blander II Bt" IHW' 10I -. Section Ba>l ReaH BJBfTALBOI
14-ltlT "' 3M-3418. 3111M4 I T.._'....... RILL Wow KdBtepkeaa. C-t34 (t. BL KW, & 34767.17TI. 1lahnuW PALL SMITH ,

(AHE pot a younc HMD with drtrimbuiMk HOD.... Red,.low_mileage Real, Lake ttegwa Bank .m3111 .4- I ((10)I ) Articles For Sale rws."UTCUfTa H115. ; L': .,:. ITALTOSIT CT7T 1 !sights A .... CT MM i iI

Mr for ad...nc.m.nl view mirror a boob strap I2I\U tIC .PCDRt20 salwsrd.d 5.i.a. '
I ill you ... w. art a po i |r..* a* a. ._at r.p.00.00.1dtI .Rat. J1-1'1, 14 CHEVJIOLarr Impala. 4-duor j" -";; 143 W Central CY ** 4I..Tr. *: OOM TRAILERS.: Wa..r.elcrtrirlK .
(with the Winter Haven tally. KewiICbW N.rdlop Air vadlltoaed phM Nil YEIIJUD PEAT CY 3 ,.. ". 1- NntrO'd. (M 10 BoMk.rw .
I J4ua4 ,.*v* aale .ap rie000., ,.EIOOMItTJit: TacWul.r .ewer 8me.ll dowa aka a*> par//P.'I. 440k
I Company benefit aalar f>uf comImleelon. : 'r'f"'i'sad new ether.. menta 3M4V71 *r SN-jatt. *.4 ._,..... 13-TF I / .Ba.DROOMB. I bath Hut water. 11..eelaweW 555 anOMuV ijIIi'iilli'tWlirWa. !
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Writ with rvf r.ppolnlmrnl ....* too L 4 atfe BL. BWM : sat Ale A. Nw lf4.Jut par* beaten ruraiaaed 431130 haT ) .
H.w..c'\llo' FOI CY 4-425. J.1"Jt ? /ilf Hwul 1444 M. O BW *MUNFCRMSHKO
M Lot af good mUM j work .. ; J ....... .
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((13)) Real Estat. For S.Ie ((13)) Real Estate For Sal. ((13)) Rail Eft.t. For S.I.l p NOWIs



GARDEN GROVE HOMES IN LAKE ALFRED OPEN HOUSE You'll Always Find What You Want In Winter Haven

MOVE 1\ TODAY
EAST ,!) I

BEDROOM 2 tile baths, 2416 W. Central And Why drive miles to shop' Try your friendly home town merchants

U Winter Haven'i newest aDd down Fla. room nearly new Small 201 26th St., S.W. Keep your dollar in your hometown Help boost the economy!
mot exciting area of new payment and assume

home on tree-covered lots loan Near schools Vacant Where you can boat ski an(I * * * * * * I

long pleasant streets named BEDROOM Kitchen & dining THETIME
flan.
Only *Mi mlout frodowntown
for poet who mOlt certainly: room. living room with Winter Haven. Su Cypress Gdn. Rd. EAGLE LAKE AVENUE E, N.W.

would have appreciated the natural fireplace, screwed porch, many new home All 3 BR & 2 bath I

beauties of this location: extra $7,500 now under construction We "i R I DR. LARKIN COMPLETE

Come out and lee all the activity : TWO STORY-BK house Good alto build to suit your family. Mos Modern Tr.nml. *in tf "AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE"

along Whitman Road where location Priced to tell and vacant Trade in Saeelallet fSemeimni TRANSMISSION
your present borne RACK and KUE New .! :\
flS.800. OUR SPECIALTY
two proud and happy homeowner Call Alien Dowd Evening I ** ilftY'M.t.r
A. .
3 BEDROOM Fla. double l An Ca'i iiir|
room Tune U. CirbertrClend
already reside and eleven 2942402. BILLIARDS.
: All W.k 6..'u..." .
other homes are already under earporte, beautifully landscaped. fHONI CY 1.1711 Let Ul H.".,. V..., Preklemi
Owner transferred Vacant t" AV.. III. si cr i-im
construction (oDe if already LARKIN'STRANSMISSION UNITED
sold). John G. Wood It Associates and priced to sell Only $13,700. Mike Trabuliy. owner SHOPIN
EXTRA SPECIAL Corner lot. .d MOTOR SERVICE
Inc. will start six more 1AOLS LAIC.A. .
homes next week (one of these Good location: to build home. Family Poolroom ..... Peers PIll OfiaeDOWNTOWN >W Ave. I NW CM.*14f

li already told), B & W Builder Owner want to tell before 1st MAIL
OR BRING AD
will itart two next ,,week; Reduced to $1250.00. $150.00 -R EALT i- SIXTH STREET THIRD STREET
down balance $15.00 month
Robert Miller will start two and a 411 E. Central Ave. 2UU2

one or two more quality homebuilders Better IlurrylCOMMERCIAL! INTERIOR Sea Out Cemalete SelecTian

are expected to begin LOCATION 31-3 .' al General Sheet Metal Work INTO THE OFFICE NOWIMOO
200' on main hwy Good place Service
Decorating t
construction of home in this FRESH e AIR' CONDITIONS

desirable new area soon From for business Building started LAKEFRONT HOME In Dundm a- For Our Customers DELICIOUS HEATING
$550000 Easy Term bedroom Florida-dining. room llvta -
this day forward you will be roam 1 bath built-in kitchen "JHARVEY 5 ROOFING

able to tee more of the newest LAKE ALFRED REALTY Tarrann loon. celling heat Lo l KENT if yeecQQ&evuc I.t."1I.h.4 If Ji .
ISO X IM II fruit trM VA mort
and belt homes in location
one IKi S-1SJ1 Fat 1111 IR: S-WJS 14. Comer of ltd 8t and Fredrlck MATHER CANDIES
than any place within a radius 29-31 Ave U -3686. 10-4 FURNITURE CO. ANDERSON L M SCHNEIDER $

of fifty milei To see for yourself LAx 1I0l'iT 4rh St. ft Ave. J. N.W, DRUG STORE SHUT METAL

just drive out Cypress Gardens I I U.1...* LAKE\1EW HOME Call CT 4.J12. I I7t W. Ceatral til led Sr. S.W. CT .Int
Road (State Road 540) to .Located on Chain of Lake. Large oM
tint bedroom home with fireplace. Fla. Illness force owner to tell Spacious .
the street East of the Gar
room and tow Lot 71 n 140. IMSN
den Grove Entrance which ii Lake Ships Dr 293-MT after I bedrooms, 2 baths, central '

just a half mile East of Cypress (.00 p m. or all day Sunday 11-4 heat and AC hardwood The Home If the

Garden. floors, recently renovated. Lo Trademark TIRIS SERVICEGE

LAKE ACCESS LAKEVIEV/ i i. 100 x 160. Drive by and lee : APPLIANCESNew
Large modern swimming pool. Thl BI9 B
I arm home I. In the finest rreldrn- 35 W. Howard Drive. Price D.,.:.."I.s'&I ..
tint area. I Minute from Winter $19,500.00. : and Used
Haven. 10 minutes from it College EASY TERMS
.d1 SMMO: Good term. Call CY
S-1IU Vtf 697 AVENUE G, S.E. COMPLETE REAL ESTATE YAMAHA Use
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SERVICE GoodyearSERVICE lift.00 Na ....A.y Dw, FOR
Lake Otis H block, Senior High tint Me.tk
DOWN School block Junior Beasley Realty Co. STORE
-REALTY- $450 one High LAKELAND CYCLE CO.
and grade schools 5 block tJ4 etk $,? N.W. CV S-2717 117 Av*. A. NW, CV 1.2190 101 .
E. Central Ave. 2IJ52S Jra1 It, $ W. CT 4-11)1
411
Six new 2.3 & 4 bedroom homes Wonderful family neighborhood 15 WORD

2731BY 'each with 2 tile bath. Trade Home I I. nearly My, CB brick: DOWNTOWNVIEWiMASTER AD

OWNER (bedroom CB horn I the equity ia your present home trim. Modern kitchen, built.in

Built-in :222S Av.. C BW 21WU61. t* down payment Apply full dove and Oven. 3 bedroom Air BUICK -

77.17BY I equity to selling price or just conditioner, terrazzo floor. BE SURE TO (>
Avrneriie! S.I.-S.i. $ 5llrat.g Vtswse .e.i .
ruralihed MMdroom minimum down payment .FORDAYS
OWNS use This I* a trade In horn alreadyfinanced REGISTERFOR V ,
horn. Aluminum aiding on CB. and get cash difference.For at SH% interest, DO 1.75 ,,
+
Urge fenced lot Carport.. Utility JEEP l r
building Air conditioner Cell llrat. qualifying
Sprinkler well Very reasonable. Information call VeKicI S.1.e! I Seme DAILY JACKPOT

133 Ar. I, NW. Near Weetwood Allen Dowd< Evening 2942402 f
EDNA WATSONREALTOR
chooL Deo S-Jan 4 GIL HALL PKti.y
Anderson Drug Store
IUICK CO.. INC. SI.29
MUST BELt BY OWNER 121 IU 15&, NW CY 44141 101 Sink Sf. S W. 17T W, CINTIAL ANDERSON DRUG CO. ." I
t room furnlihed houe I lou and d It
1 2H-1801.rvntal unit. 14511 10th 81, NW 27-1 : -31. 21-4144 17* W Ce vral CT 1.3901 t

,
C.B. DUPLEX Is too 00 I
J-Budrooroe rich .lde. :By owner
Good lnre.tm.nt. Both aide rented -REALTY- FOR SALE BY OWNER For the Bail ServiceIn FOR THI RIGHT DRUG
1M Are J, 8E No doling co.tPH 411 E. Central Ave. 2913S2S P ,

8 3M'1. 274 2931 Frame house In excellent: con Town (dfkt 0...I''V R ,M frit.

dition. Two bedroom, Urge THRIFTY CITY He.e y..r 4....' *da** mye

NO CLOSING COST I-BEDROOM 3-bath brick home living room with dining ipace UOI irk ate NW. Bring Your Car to .r praseiplie1,

Small down payment. New CB Fully landaraprd Reduced from Jal. Call The Experh at
built-in Modern kitchen and bath. -
home S-bedroom lt bath a
llt UU lo IUOUU by "" Hit Coll. CY I.772S
appliance BlrrK cabinet. T* II 16U d tut .Ielll Charle. Chupp CY pusled front porch screened Jet J.he.e Keline1 Saaetli
kit Large utility and earporte. In I-13M 11-' Enclosed attached F.r All Appllenc, *..*.I,. THOMAS A TERS -
nice location, Northwen "", lion back porch Her1! Derby TV So"I.! City Drug Co.
Near chopping center Call CY garage Lot 100 x 130'. IS fruit FORD
1.MM after 4 30 p.m. weekday. ltl-412 110-1)0:
Anytime through weekend: 10-TF BRIERWOODThe tree. Price $1000 completely Maaday rhea S.rm1.I9' ., Car. Central S l*. It.... ttlrdlr, NW. CT 1.1734
furnished or less unfurnished.

BY OWNER Completely turntah.d '. most outstanding buy in Havendale 92

I. BR Uvlnf modem room.bom kitchen. Bath Carport a.hoover. this price range In town! Over 132 Auburn Rd. Hwy.

utility room. Nice lot. Muetaell 1,000 feet of living urea, with AuburndaU Fla. "Fingar-lickin', Good"cam.
at once, II.300 equity and aume *- feature found in more The Pit Stop -
many ....
See at 604 FloridaDrive .
mortgage .
Una Villa lubdlrlilon Auburadale expensive home, for only $IOG 313 .,." ._1.... l.**
or moralnf" WO 7-M7S after f 10p JS-TF m; down It 61.50 per month. g : "erlx''"'nte Aata aq ,,pm SrvU il DeilfILICTMONIC
? 'po

4-BCDROOM family home 1 tile B&W Builders ((14-A) Lots & Acreage .e 'iek.e..er''pI 'O.1I Ste. O"/." .u..' A

batha, ria room. well equipped
kitchen triple carport Near town CY 3-7147-CV 2S7S-CV J M i '.. tit...sr IONS Up
and all echooU. Well large land- 29TFFOR .. ..' ap.ca'es.. 'n "nJoo' Cert
(ill A teil con f no-elsie
In
.no.d. NICK rendiuitlal kit Located eel
leaped yard f Owner, 130 e e e .
Ave. E Julia Bt. SB: Eitra corner ALL New Haven Holnee ..ct..... uf lit OLD WINTII MAVEN ID. Cy 3.2191 r -- (- -
lot If wanted. -tGOV'T Winter Havaa Triced for immedkat -
SALE aal 31-1117 >** 6th St., N.W 2f 4.22S! WO 7-1171
Bedroom retirement
BY OWNER -
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borne M. Ilk 81. NE CY Notice For This Department
HOMES S-ton after lOOp m and wvaenda 3UO rRONTAl.t Uocd .U<-.IK>n

$100 DN. M-4 Slier eachTrade t i>m Krtln Flnancr lor cub U 2l-94 r.e, t legal Advertising; Legal I Advertising Animals NeedRoughage I Limited To 5.


Most area of Winter Haven area .. LOVELY II 151fla(11t ( til .\TM4IUMIAL "..... f* &,....... I, 1t.1ft"1f sale or iwof tt th. yo'u.! .f $2S
Payment aa low ae 1400 Mo.S. tIMtllr"rZ i '.
lull 55
Lagal AdvartiiingIX 10 utNitr 'hk' .r 1t.1.
A MOORS REALTORCY imnn .U>NIUAI .lull n Ails ills I'ULI\ In
IMAMbnt iUIKTt lUlUIDAIN
3-Kit 2J.TJ' Uf IMk.rU hoe M.. **>! ....1. U r*. _.. IWHAMONA HK: SWTAT*,.' or I 2. 1 f>w.r.1 limit liens t. tech ..).
/ THI ( III( lit IUIMT UATL4AMU HV5Sm.
VILUIC SCUFF RACE:
SIC
hallt
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>HIUA, II AM rOM MIL rtalttlltl Tu All rrditere and Lw... eve llav.it 3. IACH notl''c. mint c.nr.'tn iht prUt .f .!
IHANlbKItax H1LTUN .r"" Their DietCADCUvtLLE
From Owner & S (CWI.M IV
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Buy _..... IrOUUI, Mig llaima ur Itemaadi Aiainet old number address f
hat Te r M .c..5e .,......., gad .....t. ftrlrif telepKo .r .
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"' 5$4NISsheFIRST
2300 llth Street, Nonhw.et A warm t t. "kAL SAVINUS AND NOTHIC vr Pill You. and rash uf >wv. are II.r-, the liner
THE STATIC: ur rUOMUA TCI .by nuiMied lu lie I* dapllrnle all .IU
Why
loveable boue el ellnt eoutruo- w1l"TIKHAVUI. :
LOAN AWKM.IATIUN OK JAMP41ELTUN nomw. whirlam ......* and ...-..... wblcb
lion atret la from a choice lake locatloa entrance Aero. Let*10M the' riaMlff flows adelrn Ii.iW" Kl I...... a.*in.. lie i>*..1. ui HUlM pots Castle Sal Odd UCl* such II 4. N. e.mm r 14V titb treea. Lifetime roof HI U....., Drive, IE: WI ....... Tallahu**. rtorMa .." Mace .>i-.a..,4 IIIlie ufflc .hand or rubber Inner tub**?

coiling and wall Ineulattd. warm ...,.HARD P COX KT AL. Vow Sue are divorc barely hu avtlflod km's thai MnlaiahMl aeuM of Hirbard A BruntM ('MMX Or why do hoc rsUaJ In con I, NO RELATES NO CHARGES .
EtTATM PooII.lltI.1I .. Jy.1al ku affh M tin twirlHOUM
laundry ('oort: .. >
wood paneling fireplace l l ia*>l> I
room .Hh workroom In garage with .-.._. bat 11_. wIth ....- ]lUtl(a. or sALE MM w UM above eajtiUotl *t Metes ri'.lda wwhM flnamnt gnaw on almodl any- I ALL CASH.
doora. IftM ft of Uvlng area. SBrSbath tent air rn4Mlrala ballMa etainkx N.4U>. i* hereby given I.... p.eMlanl I ramie tttt thai.pun are Kerebv e.se .- d. ....ndar muatb Irvm IMC II. Uilnf availably lnclul.ng (armxfitpmanl
*. itra large L.Rand family Mrel rrlrtfrralM, ..... ad final uf lvrrlur >... IrMl lo eerve ddefei aaer I.... watts to the 411..A lb.. flrelI ?
room Ovn for Inepectwm, > 00 I nags. ...,. .._.... aarrb, well > rntrrod U a in deer cua* lumbered .r other rISes u. spellwailer I I .........-.\1... nf 'ibu mrtMe ReeS 6. Ad must bt .,.lIth. In t. ctailfU. *f.>
a rnrn to S 00pm SUM m A will I ta4....**.. yard wish pump end UOU-M'114. I. u.. c....... l.wwt w W. Maafcy. KtaMiWI M claim, or demand nwei be ui .ruI Farm anJm&U trflan munch
finance 115.9UO rbun CT M7H orBarlow well.r lrrl(...... AMID ALl P.sGh.iJae ...lk tovnty riunda I will rii tarn*l.lt xhoe. addma I 1. fit Men I I lag asset Male the plas. of roil I on otjaci or tat material thai portlftlt' written Mt .r moiled In withp.ymut
1S-TF I. JM rlwMa. an w tour dear and koel elms ...... .,
MHI7L .n.- and M
I '" ftvffnr Mlual* bung the M day i4 rrftnwry AD. could not be) eonalrjarad thalr le "y.ItC.
Ibe
claimant nut* be **selsOh
Ik ( riunda. dMcrtbad M I
BEDROOM CB 110...*. 4 year old I "nl 1.1Ic1'.I.UJ.1t: I I I f" TRACT imnir Nu i Tbr Nonb aafeel Mt. and b fn er bwdssts6pthereafter and wool b* flied aa aforMaM. .c I normal food While vtililnf a
Living room. kitchen carport* '"f the XBW .f fhctM SI I. file. wHh the Ctar. *the lUe am* wMI becunw .*M farm, you my have nrtlcavl 7, No ,..... .,c1.It.
Air condition WuO down and a. I M ..... 1 I above MyM CMert he .rigslN Ckarla. Mevjry Mac. )' I
urn. pavmrau. CT ...... > ; Cdtate Last Township I Kat uf Tbrnbdlbead wtaswee a* Mid errtlle .r .........- wiser a hovel or a steer has
Av, V NW :'j l I II I'I UCM lylM AID EXCEPT 11'a***, M any. Dee H IMa 7 14 II. IM* chewed on a feed bunk or wood. I.CHECK. A" will rwe II J.,..
I PHCY4JI6J IMN r MWWARIEN 1110'' U yew fatt la a* ... a cr.. pee _._- '- .. _.-.-
IIaII\ MIl feet therm mater will be ....... ..a_ an time forM>aji rnnira on.TU .
Hilltop Home TRACT No I TIM South. SH ,e. for ih* retlH dMnaaxM M tin 11I"11 It Or lhTKITMPC" To541St vntMriiral cravlnf la animal
1 I SEtKEL. Scaliert feet of she Norm at* ft ofIbr APPLIATWl Pua.7SAL
Newly Bailt In NE't of SVrtlun St Trebla c-:1t. my bd and aftel' l'I..4J. U known M plea plea YOUR UTILITY ROOM
koala Rang is KaMlymg Ill also occur In human, toil t*
.. IN
&I *f offlee M Hartav lk
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Location Caal of ,..,..... Naaduum c..a,. ".land*. .*.. JMb. day *f &AD ..(tally r.atrtctad lounhaslihy
Lovely AMD sjccsrr u, E.* 0..-..., A D ......-4 NOW FOR ITEMS NO LONG.ER .
LAKEFRONT HOME MO |M( I...,.." a4 UHa A' > Li It inAIN. 1"- t. AI..... II Say fewer*,- children and pregnant vom.iu
This new home 1* situated I KXCCPT: *SMtl*.. eaaal c. Uw r =: ....... b ....,.., given Ibai I b see What dues a pica meta In an
...... bMmdary tbraf ., ear........ n *d my final ropers M ftumMrlaof USED IT MAY MEAN
on a well elevated lot just CBS l-Wdroora. t Win narMaroom. I at nMlc win t* the bigWat and / I::: a la* eetate uf. Oaf* II animal 1* Uid beset iryl/n to -
off the Cypress Garden tK.. fclirkvn and dlnmiaulMta aurfara I beat bidder for each M MM aMbo Dec U. llTjiVal4 T1.r,L IL tillLLOAL ....d shut I bav Md.rpee- lOlIy., fill Ida* Vial It bas a
/ alecUta and
vn > t tense ., ibe PMbMn CtotItIIIr -- --. -. ten tar fbtaJ dantarge. and UMI I nulriant deficiency or dislikes
Road la of nice, ..". Doubla Central aircaadNlonMc MONEY TO YOU
an area .arpnrt. c.- M lIn,... FloeldO he- wW npoly la She Ho* Mbard A .
well kept homes The large and .bUn. L.c.t.4In t. II Mam aadlwoin .. MOTTO IL .roam .Oawny Jwi.. *f ....bOanntir IU normal foot try ..t1nC tor1B -
IE cerlnn an Lake LIMes Jut IL 1.... ........ I object) Or art Mca action
has bteDcompletl H1JKKbta Jannary ** e/H w rare****) byla en tie Mk ayat
IM /
1101 I i tot .lmd limn CT I
rop lisp D H $LOAM in .
Cry af WiU Haveaj narMaI robroary tS nw sppeerad Indicative MirMM
..... cr or
Mill
sodded with Bhi *- A CT Clark Cams CMrt era t* a m ltt Ti >*4afrr me came and lee final *.ab.rg.. I N...... __ __ _..
a _. 0031 kif M cau.- ooffwott' II IMS al Iba. CMy Hall. a* IbMctilrM. .f .*. .....* of Clan i "pCTCbolOflcU 1MJ. )I.tm..t
a grass, providing --- -- 144 Aveme B. MWWMMT HUM Havea. rWMa Sad thee II nd ....... of DM anlmml to lu curro4urroundioi

beautiful setting for this """"""'IIIII Have. Fbindapec 'sushi.petal ..d rend fund tuturmwhla Tare :JN day of D..sn...... 1504Ai I *, or It M fullnaMtT a A/dtess. ,....
home. : St >*MOTHB *! Ma .Sly cue sedrr
well designed f _...... fwd .../... Mir mutut = ., lie .5151. of AD copyCLASSIFIED -
I: Lease OptionOwners --- ICTistl0I TO- airauaa*! ft tile ell, an.. an naa __ CIa,. H ...... I Animal MlrtUonUU with Uw
Features include 1 or *. .1* UM s.rlfiraur aj tIe i< florid .
.114051541 Atrtoiliural lt rtme -
rooms, I baths bed-I! .Alla APPLHTkuu 700 1 III tin Qty MaiM <*a arfica.BttvalulM fj iAiuTbHanHa --- --
transferred and can l Stations wondered what
neaL INN is mum b> tlabrfy A aWnmDisMN..eee "
Florida room. large living win KIM with option to _.. $na-e rm I' meted MM IV* WrirOkM* caused Out ouMfltiun and lava*.
room French Provenctal III or Tb CMy leeernaa Ib* elect. .> are At awWKel.r I
buy their S-Br. Shah .oJt TWIN: ..|.rl aay or at ..... aid i. a- ftva Ptartd heated several aftlBML thai
kitchen double garage with boon*. located: IB choice I--' e... 5l, eeeeOWeeW M ......... tow n Jaa T II II IMtOTMK ..T. M all p.n-ta4 food, _.
separate storage room or I a* T. AH eb.- M May taa *r.. NW ._ M UM bM tour** af MM low-rdidlags diu, TM tooi-
SE Possession
area. ..... Wmb* MM Ibal I love
err I
$ *> (
workshop, sad central heat soon as they Secure gas:- fU4 *>r fMkal Pet aa Kemmeeaf CT 4R P(R OF TIi CITY I or III""TIO. TO eels d MY..allMep lid cattle
and air conditioning Total I Ins la Brandon .r Tampa tile Mat af Mwaan L. Terser.der.sea4 MA7ap __ ti-FT Of WIBTMl ...uan,.* ynirftoibMine saa were auntnad, and bale
ib*< I hale Md *.y a.. HAfWt FLORIDA to v.ay gr.e Ibal tin ,
pelts ia {21.000 ,ora prt- fat atkclU, wont, ami a robber lunar
A real opportuaMy IMM bw fMal diarbar*. and tb 4I r e apse .ndereNrned bn he *> r DEPT.
vat Inipecttoa tbi yew U pct this borne *. aaaey. ta the Hey SUrWAd e.N, .......' I UM On af OrrM thuuetrth6 tab were S..... Theseadmals
horn* call A. ___ C-MMy J.*.> ., PM rat.. 1514 rut (r..I,. riartda avMnaalCbn r bad ..... Owl dIMs ade-
can I ; _r IMU. Lave ., ITorwla.Art. .
.... afJaawary
anslubM. an lath day JL IUUI ... ...._ ... warfA mtirVanU but low Uto
I I tar M the 1011 l fir nOf all<< f IMI aa am 4-
Ibtt appeeeei
MIKE OLEN MIX SMITH AISCAL .aTl.o, ... by Chapter >m !... af rt* r y3tagSa. \
.,...,..._. I.... CT J.JMZ I n.sad.,M ib*fIooaI settle d4rbnr5e af bUwjaaTnrbrr haCtueoese Tb..w1 -... *f she *tarbUMM > na An at IMM Lr .....m. Ib* OM iijrlmni.. a calf DAILY MEWS-CH1EF
.... AI NAVKMWINIMW
LEIS BROS. Wdee. d Mae N Lake fmb-hwa MJIM M>*H i
I. din and fed chip tomtud milk Mcf>Untaotad >
tin I rhuef4e Meb rULAMCM M* y *bkkbey
4! ".... Mib day af lnmr |*M.Wanar :: :.t'= I
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REALTORS / -. sad / ar *aaa d brew i at 1MA IU diet vUbnal/ Roundnafr

12**) Stath St.. NWOr TowN CoinnffY l ,.. _* M IS Tarbr_ __ trl.r.rl1.Sear save.d Nor k... MW ni-.iumy,' _.- -, wr.w Ilse.NrM. taU were p.e.eI to DMaJfe 124 Third Street N.W.
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( p.ea. Nartk Gate24.3111 ill ii1fr Act3'1I411aal =..= 54 b Me .11r= W 0-- I
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$ -..- MM. a..em af M ere S ./5145,51 a aYture4Meeure .. ....... ...
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WASHINGTON (UPQ Sen. APPLIANCES :
ae liberal may touch off a E ClxEKD PLUS
bitter floor flfht In the opening Entire Steed .f FamoM Irond Hoaron,
days of the B9th Coogreea when Hair Drytn, Aec.r1laps, Canine. FREE EASTMAN FILM
they try again to place tighter Knlvn, Taathbrathai, Irani, '..oten, MI. .'.
curb on filibuster era, Snavore-Omaral ElncMe II..... Unl.venal. "t' S Yet, a fret set of prints with every '
Then appear to be no question and, Maqle Oth ::.a"" HanlltM Lich ,; ?' roll of film developed-Kodocolor
that the liberals, In a bipartisan Many '
effort, will move to ,AMY or Black and White-Today and
make It easier to choke off Every Dayi
talkathons which In recent 0 25to OFF When v e pick na y.wer.lq../ film "
.I o can nil nt Enrmnn film and
V any **
civil years rights have legislation.played havoc with w SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY i we will five y ee nnn rail Free_Keda- ,
\ ... er lied end Wklte.
A spokesman for lien JosephS. LIST PRICES IckereTa ewe high' e.wllfy_ Way & f Day!'
rery
Clark, D-Pa., sad\ "it la .
into by Unlive' 5r tw.f.rim
pretty clear at this point a fight ', PLAYING CARDS Cere! Ce......... of werMfeninMllcycl 39 s ..
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will be made. But the _
strategythat iIStI 'ir.h"Jt G .
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the liberals plan to adoptIs /M U Y 'seas. f11rd. ": 'i. 1."i6
unclear since the senators ; NO-CAL piiuiuirs 'A"r la n ;?
are not yet on the acene. SWEET 1 10 SWEETENER Lila : loco 33t
The spokesman said Clark M COMPAH UP lltl (Lin* 1)
was anxious to make the right lades B anon SWEATERS Ladies Stretch PANTS
again Oils year. A leading ex. ODO-RO-NO ROLL.ON Anri-Prnplrant-Deodoranf 19t f
ponent of rules changes, Clark '/
favors allowing a majority of First quality( soft ->oth knit In Cardigan ffiBO( DEODORANT ILia", 11 Imported Italian Fabrics with tipper and stirrup 99
the Senate to end a filibuster.At Styles, assorted beat ,fug pastel colon-Sizes JSU California Waistband 75'. Rayon 25%
present It takes the vote of to 40-Compart at $4.98. tWOI A New, Speedy-Twins foil pack Nylon-Slies 10 thru 18-$(.98 Value.BINOCULARS.
ALKA-SELTZER 3fs 63
two-thlyds of the senators prei- Rtfl.
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ent.Sen.. Richard B. Russell, D> L; tea.7; 1
Ca., leader of the Southern .j :',.- SCHICK It,. tic '
SHAVE BOMB 59'
bloc, said he hoped the liberals "::.i"rt HOT LATHER Limit 1)
would not "get this Congressstarted -

seeking to on change a sour the note"rules. by RADIO .n '-o lank r
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"I thought we had a chanceto jm iNw ( II
have an 'era of good feel Z ?_, "l

But Ing,,"he Russell said, s told rules reporters.change CLEARANCE AQUA-NET HAIR SPRAY "HT 59 N 1
fight it the beginning of the "TSM ENTIRE STOCK T
session cud wreck It.Flondi J---4'
"I Entire stock of Radios, \
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ers-Table Models, Tap.'ReeordCOSMETIC COTTON BALLS re"r' ". 39 t f KOFF
1 Lr sistors, AM, FM. Short : ,
,, Band Dual Speakers, etc While NVj HI. IA;
They Lost! VIGORO ROSE FOOD COMPLETE toss FOOD 48<
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;jiToicsD I r7. 2501. OFFMen's ,;.; : INFRARED DEFROSTER'29.9:"? sealed Nigh ejvalify wntn presidia_ 7iSO C.I blnncvlara, tilO C.S.with Errs fully "'"'""

0 l. ;.o REFRIGERATOR : : .; .l .* T a67 r e 1 I C.S.wide Wle nnele* ,enek Tall, 10 C.I.40 Entre C.S.wide Wide engln engle., li)0 > ;

t.ruNar, Ler.l Yo Mde,, Ioer Son.t. .Y.dent and Iles A"w"" fttm rtcM $1t TC $,,.,5 IITa
Utrfiul. As.ow.uae.THE I LIST PRICES CONFORM BABY SEAT sI Nne, travvllitff mine 28II AlltO?I i eel with Ddrs. NI q h v ralltum r

GOOD OLD DAYS -r"uti .lTL ,C wC',, .nMNrrrIM..V.I... l..tMt C.rryla. Cw. ,,;

People speak with nostalgia a 'It.g'tit.a..: aJNSW
of the good old days.. Now ,,; STORAGE RACK.r e,.,
more people are having more .
good days numerically than they

expectation ever double had what iii of it the was life peat at t.ii the today almost turn Imported SWEATERS DISH DRAINERS a r up to ago$1.69 P : 77 MITCHELL SPINNING OUTFIT!

of the century. At the age of
30, the average Me expectancy First quality Imported Shetland Wool-assort* End hat mossy tot belt *|A9 N*. 10( 0.rtl Mirclwll sAl.q l ( t.el 39
ia an additional 4J year SEAT BELTRETRACTOR Problem- with 2 sp.ele.ad 1-fl. Cant, rrrkflwdN
AUTO I
td and colors Sties S-M-L metal sprln -
$7.18

The "good" old days were not styles' 394 powero rises glwakq rod-$41.tl Hit, 24
good for those plagued with Value. type-CompoVt at S2.50
rickets and. deformities, or
scourged with tulwrculonia, fM |M fcr
CHOPPING BLOCK 1.11M1a NCh. I 99?
pneumonia thrrla. measles,.hOai'r'f': dip: 7,7.T ,

smallpox, maktoiditia and brain ftierentt wetnreftn',' 10rlk tint T ,', faaesaylw$1.Hraee
e abiceaa. Today' days offer Ladies'UMBRELLAS vmkfcll. utrtcd t l-77<
proof that over 90 millionAmericans r
pant 30 years of age CAMERA '
have survived the infectious di- 4-tler metal skirt hanger saves
ceases of infancy, childhood, and ARTIFICIAL SKIRT HANGER tieet spate, keept skirts ; }-33
youth which in 1900 took twice i 9 "c Valuo CLEARANCE
aa many lives before the age of y

30 the ternal, ai"good"death compared old rate days with was,alarming now the ma In v""r FLOWERS Ks"" ICE CUBE TRAY All type durable rustproof plastic:lea pop-out cube. 19t "" polaroid 100 "*

ly high In comparison with to tray-39e Valu.e..tl. "! Sta. sNt.s 11999
/fl ........ llfnllae Delalea. ROM.
day.With\ 100. Reyna yl..... Pile Polaroid 101v'
the great Increase in HlblKM, fine, endmen
the number of persona living .tll.... Entire Steel. 27x48 THROW RUG with. sell.d l Larl.w mltrent nxklnourt Mnrlnr, '- 288 tla, $114.ts 499 ,
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well Into their seventies heavier
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obligations are put on the medical ., 9
profeiaion in problem area moos type Sta. 69 .,? ;
not formerly given attention 4 1 ...... 69 '
tie,49 Kodak Starmiteiia.sii.io
Vital : :
Unties tatl concerning tics which human are life eta, t, OFF ; .,: Y, 8 9 ,
that In thin Rg 3 ;.n, a m
country men
: dww : live longer than in o MAGNIFYING GUSS5a-5L: : : =a29< Kodak Fiesta 1 o
any comparable; country I In the :, tlaG ,s 61
world. And
they enjoy better LIST PRICES I
health, Even of the
Ills that flesh ao i la heir many to hive nun '" MINTS Richardson's After Dinner Mints ,,
not been eliminated. Many di- 9 UJwJk IfN'r. ,r,. IaY1 a ..M'r 29c Value 19 IiiIfim 'k. 1 MM, h/
;fa
IIUII have not been conqueredand Y' 'sea Y Yr IDp p r.i 4'N
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research muit on ceate
go -a
the: I'vi: ol continue health foo everyoneEVERY increase p. INDOOR FOLDING CLOTHES DRYER All oe metal fYuI eell.ps4 244


IImllm! rmlllnml 1lrG1lm1l! 11m! Ladies' Orion SWEATERS GALAXON DIET PLAN 2-Week$2.98SUNFRESHMILDEWCIDE Supply 11 PENN BOAT & BRIDGE OUTFIT

Reg. #11 Pnne Secbay Mil water real wire. 35
ONE First quality bulky knit, see .care Orion Sweat 99 10 yda. ii-Ib. Cnot.. 'toaflnder t nlddlnfIhw
and #11 Cnn Pliaflndar le t end
WHO WOULD ers-lurfon front-Slits S-M-L-$5.98 Value. 3,1 1 1P lrM e Red-IIJ.U UH%

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COMPARE 99 I Compare. at tic Famous Bettina, the original hat a
AT SUI Fell door ,110 ,4-1.. ? S4-l >-
Every right thinker boWl that DOOR MIRROR Ekctr..coppr pk ... dlstortloa 2Y9 boa hair dryer 4 positive tem.perature '
God t.. and went, ao much, te frH-S .It Vain* control Deluxe simu -
approach Him .nt llli.ntjr! CHOCOLATEMELT
through prsyeto commune --' Fun s1e (e4ed leather at bx carrying

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r 12-ounct pkq. of choeolores All metal. ., f.U lot,tk heavy .
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lical explanation of prayet a rues FISH HOOKS :swasrt&tr.SWIFT'S ; 0- 13t
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A great number of people i.ucu .wr I y 'Ik .....
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through the study of this chap- *
'.r. have found needed .health, SHERBET caE: 349
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