Winter Haven daily news-chief

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Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title:
Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title:
Sunday news-chief
Alternate title:
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Place of Publication:
Winter Haven Fla
Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 2, 1964
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note:
W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by:
Winter Haven daily chief
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News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Polling Winter Haven Daily N s ief

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QUESTION By ED BERND: Would you JR. vote .

for John Glenn (astronaut) or 'd' a : Viet Nam's Leader Tours

Bud WIlklBion I (football

coach) for the United States


Victor Carthen. bookkeeper,

a Yei they'd 131 toot ones When, High we've I you as be think the gel at: Saigon With Man He OustedBilly

I Into politic,
I .
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times change a

min'i person Show Of
From pint ex.
Pwlencetoe Graham
just seem to

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Helen Covert, secretary, 82 By
I don't knowwhether Local Hone hi Arabian Western Pleasure

vote for them I'd ,' Following Coup

or not becauseI Finale Is TodayAt PresidentHOUSTON

read in arti- SAIGON, South Viet Nam
cle by some (UPI Maj. Gen. Nguyen
lady who didn'tfeel ( )- Khanh, South Viet Nam's
Glenn at Billy Graham said Saturday
Horse ShowBy new pro American militaryitrongmin
qualified ai a : will not run for president toured Saigon today
p o 111 clan. I will not accept a .
with Mal], Gen. Duong Van
would hesitateto
stay If I Covert THURSTOM WILLIS p_m. In King B on the Imperial draft Minn In an apparent display of
would vote for him. Staff Writer Show Grounds off the Dundee Graham called a news unity backing his pledge to lead
The $5,000: Florida Concentrate Road, and Is expected to draw ference this morning to tn the nation to victory over Com
J. B. Anderson store owner,
rumors that he would get
Open Jumper Sweepstake a crowd topping last yeir'i C munist gucriillasKhanh .
2800 Ave. G, NW: Frankly I politics.
don't think I'd will highlight this afternoon' record 10,000 people. ousted Minh Thursdayli
He slid a copyrighted
vote for either performance In the Fifth AnnulImperial Thirty-one horses have been In leader of the military junta
Friday's Houston Press
one. It hat always Charity Horse Show. entered In this classic, Including In a bloodiest coup Minh has
true when It said he had .
been my It's scheduled to start at 1:30: last )'ear', winner, Windsor serious thought to pleas by agreed to serve is military adviser
belief that lobs Cutle. The big black beauty, to the new regime. But
porters that he be receptive
of this nature owned by Mrs. Samuel Magld he refused to stay on 11 a
a possible Republican dr.ft.But ,
should be occu of Mamarocneck, N. Y., hasn't + figurehead chief of itate.
Junior, College he said he his decided
pied by businessmen The two officers rode throughthe
stay In evangelism,
because streets of the capital and
it is big Complete summaries cf Fri. "I hive no Intention of later met with foreign ambassadors
i "I business. Glenn day's events at the Imperial! Ing pollUcle or giving the : e, l Rty Including Henry Cabot
has it made Head Speaks To Charity Horse Show, and additional est encouragement to Lodge of the United Statei.
Aiderwm hands down because pictures, will be found friends who want me to," During the diplomatic recep

people will go for him, oa page ,' Graham. tion, Khanh announced that one
but I couldn't Lions MembersDr. Graham, 45, was In HOLDS MEETING-The International Reidina/ Auoefa. of the key figures In the coup,
for of the
Mn. E. W. Lingo, sales clerk been performing up to his usual( Leadership a meeting Institute.He the Tampa Electric Co, Leisure Room Speelalauettt at Maj. Gen. Oran Thlcn Khl-
had been
ITU 33th: St. S. Boone Polk / of Public In. em, appointed commander
standard, but Is still consideredthe acknowledged that he Shelley County Superintendent In chief of the armed
NW: I really Fred Lenfeity. president horse : / Polk Classroom Teachers Association and Jo
don't know. I to beat for the top heard from many friends ; the County ; forcei and defense minister.
would vote for of the new Polk Junior College, money. wanted dim to get into / service for Polk County. Khiem hid been chief of the
David Kelley, who rode Windsor but he said he hasn't
Glenn because who li now a resident of Winter Vietnamese Army's lit corps,
Castle last year, will be any drift proposals from based In Saigon.In .
be knows more Haven, wn the featured speaker
aboard today and he Isn't iell- one, "and I hive no. another drvlopment1)11\
about politic at the local Lions Club' Drive To
Me has been in (Continued On Page S Col. 1)) of organizing one." Bi-Partisan Council fNotlbUt.. South ytetNim'j
the eyes of the weekly meeting Friday, Graham left the door open -,bitlyrt advisory'body
He This Is theft first opportunitythe possible political activity far tdofitod resolution Friday
knows people.aboutthe new president his hid to Horse Show.Schedule' the future, 5'Voters Pia'nned night tilling for the "formation
armed fore1ei. < outline plans for tha."oollege to .'. 'cannot tell way ha the I of a civilian government In

_, -VLtage. his fellow townsmen. tine what't wilt do," be .. .. charge of Implementing the
has'worked m:1ot with i the public ); Dr. Lenfeaty started his talk "1 intend to continue revolutionary lines.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 1.30 A huge bl.partisan l campaign both parties, who are likewise
but I wont think he has the by telling the Lions what a : present course of preaching 1)y Khanh told a two-hour new
qualification Glenn has. Junior College Is It Is a unique Ring B-Florida Concentrate gospel, which I think is the to get Polk Countians on the. alarmed at the situation conference Friday that his seizure

Russ Froemke, retired, 1320 Institution designed to 'till aspecl.1 Open Jumper Sweepstakesand hope forsociety and the registration rolls will be launched Less than half of the county'i of power should be regarded
S other event Monday by I group of politic.
need in the community vldual. f
eligible voter have reregistered "Internal rather
Dr NE: I'd vote for is in purge"
li leaden, civic minded
ic slid. AT The Houston Press story
In the month since the county
WOk I. .. I thin a coup.
It is controlled an'done Ring A- events day close and ethers who hive
think he it locally quoted a source supervisor of registration set up "We hate not had one shot
I qualified. But if of the most appealing SUNDAY EVENING AT 7.30: Graham saying Graham alarmed it the present. the program made necesssry fired, or any bloodshed it ill,"
features Is the tow Ring A-10 events. Continued CoL of the county's rereg
I lived in Ohio cost. One ( on Page's, : when the county commissioners he nid.
I would vote for of the major costs of colleges i revised the precinct map, dividing Khanh, who wore camouflage-
Tan. Taft bat room and board. This ii A meeting to get this missive the county into 81 precincts dyed paratroop fatigues and
4 1 hid more experience. eliminated at a junior college South Florida :Symphony To : under way will be Instead of 47. black combat boots, indicatedto
Glenn Tuition at the new school will at breakfast Monday .t Those who do not register a crowd of native and foreign
111 a wonderful "be less than $100 per semes- a.m. at the Park Restaurant by April 4 will not be able to newsmen they he may
ter" according to Dr. Lenfesty.Dr. Winter Haven vote In the
fellow, but he May primaries
I If not up with Lenfesty pointed out that Give Winter H aven ConcertTampa Jack Phillips, president of the "The re-registration is falling (Continued on Page S, Col 1)
I Taft In polIU- the school will offer both credit Jaycees, has agreed down badly," Mattes pointedout.
Froemke cal experience.I and noncredit courses to older The University of South Florida Philharmonic serve is temporary chairman There was a heavy rush of
went to the University of people in the community In Symphony Orchestra will be and first violinist in the order to get the meeting registrants In the first two Five Are HurtIn
MinnesdU with Wilkinson He addition to "college al'" persons presented here by the Winter sity String Quartet. way so sn organization weeks but since then most regstration -
li a good honest fellow and that Haven Pops Orchestra In a concert The University of South be perfected quickly and go headquarters report
I li what we need.J. i "We already lave definite on Thursday, Feb. < it ida Community Symphony action.State Interest has lagged alarmingly
D. Warren barber, 1548 SLake :, plans to include courses In 8:15: : p,m. it Nora Mayo Hill. chestra was organized at Rep. Ray Mitlox la one Scheduled to attend the meeting Two MishapsFive
Shipp Dr.: drifting," Dr. Lenfesty reported : The orchestra will be conducted time of the opening of the the leaders In felting the Monday Maitre slid, are
I'd vote for "ind we are working on by Edward Preodor, versity in 1960. It started He has been tats the Democratic and Republican -
Glena He short courses for the people well known here for his several! many of the world's by the top officials of executive committee persons were treated at
would be goodbecame who fill in the group between appearances with the Winter masterworks on campus chairmen, Stuart Caudill Jr., of Winter Haven Hospital yesterday
he yf executives and laborers These Haven Pops Orchestra 11 guest year, many featuring Bartow heads the county Democratic morning for injuries received
knows a lot people need some specialized'' violin soloist, concertmeistcr teachers from the faculty of Outdoor LightsFlood executive committee In two automobile accidents
about govern oa raining, but not necessarily and conductor University. and George M. McConkey of In the Winter Haves area.
meat affairs, tour yein of college, lie is professor of music, While the majority of Winter Haven heads the Republican Donald Gene McCloud 27, of
and iff'ITheI I i After his talk Dr. Lrnfesty chairman of the music arts players in the orchestra group. Davenport, and Walter Gadbory,
1111 !1'Irri'* + answered questions The first program, as well as conductor I university students, some of Library Also pledged to attend are 21, of Hslnes City, were treated
too, he bn seen -/" ::F; '; question concerned federal aid. of the University Community sections are augmented by W, 0. Gibson Jr., of Bartow, at the hospital after the car
more of the I "We will use federal money Symphony Orchestra at University ple of the faculty, I state Democratic executive hey were riding In went out of
country thin Wirre I iD the vocational courses) ," be of South Florida high school students and The Winter Haven Public LInry committeeman; Ed Jones of control and struck a utility poleon
anyone else. I don't know about ; snswered. "But when you ire In addition, he la consideredby people. has i new look it night, Winter Haven, former chairmanof Stile Rd. 544 five miles north
the football coach. talking about federal aid, you authorities to be one of the The appearance of the the installation of a light the county Republican executive of Winter Haven, the Florida
Henry L. Jollay, lawyer, 813 are Just talking about degree. I top violinists In America today.At Ira here will be directed system on the grounds to committee; and virtually Highway Patrol reported. The
Lake Alfred l If you use a federal highwayto the present time, Preodor wards a fund for i the building's dis ill the presidents of Polk mishap happened at approximately -
Dr.: It woulddepend get: to school, that's federalaid i Is also concertmaster of the (Continued on Page S, Col. architectural and landscape .. bounty Jaycee organizations. 1:30: Saturday morning.
on to education"" features. The meeting Is open to any Gadbory was released' from
who'a running The next question concerned The new lighting, commissioned one Interested In the project the hospital after being treatedfor
against them.I the college parallel program. by the library board, was who wants to help in the reregistrillon lacerations of the forehead
guess I'd vote Dr. Lenfesty told the group A&d designed by R. McDonald drive (Continued On Page 5 Co, 1)
for Glenn. He hat students could switch cred- Brown, outdoor
an lighting ----- -
doesn't have its to another school with no : specialist.
any political experience rouble. : It is a memorial to the late
bat "You hive to graduate three ;: Dr. Arthur V. Potter, a winter The Citrus Scene5y -
..... I lots of others classes before you cm be resident of Winter Haven and -
." I don't have accredited," he said, "but you an avid patron of the IIbrar,.
Jollay much political cm get 'early recognition' after In his will he bequeathed $5,000:
experience either. you graduate one el...." to the library, a portion of JACK GURNETT
Martha Word, housewife, 1312 In answer to another question which Will used for the installation The Florida Citrus Reporter

Eighth St. SW: (Continued on Page S, Col. 4) of the memorial! lightng. MAKE CITRUS COMMISSION "REAL BUSINESS"You
I think Glenn
would be good.If Mrs Elbert Jones, librarian, will be reading many stories containing arguments
I could vote Thieves Loot said that since the Instillation for and against any or all parts of the recent

I think I would Winter Haven residents and patrons Booz Allen & Hamilton management consultant reportto
vote for him. Coin MuseumAt have made many ippre-
He knows about dative comments "I feel," the Florida Citrus Commission, but all the recom*

space and government St. PeteST. aid Mrs. Jones, "that Dr. Potter mendations which were made by the nation's outstanding -
and would be moat gratified
defense. All a PETERSBURG F11. Although he has designed organization of its kind boil down to just thisputthe
(UPI-Thievei broke Into the
that it good. 't: .. Grover Crlswell Cola Museum outdoor building and landscape Florida citrus industry and the commission on a
Wilkinson fighting for residences and
And here during the night and made strictly business-like basis
hit worked a Word commercial projects throughout
lot with people and that if fiod off with an estimated half a the state, Brown said that I have heard it said by prominent citrus men, evena
million. dollars worth of rarecoins. the library Is his first commie member or two of the commission itself which paid

too.Home CrlaweH, an unsuccessful candidate lion electrical for a installation public building was made The BAli the sum of $115,000 for the comprehensive report

Looted for Congress ss a Democrat b ty Owens and Sakko, local elec. taking 400 man-days to assemble, correlate, analyze and

MOBILE, Ala (UPI) Burglars In 1M2 against William C. rical contractors.To get the final draft, weighing more than eight pounds
Cramer, said the theft was discovered date further plans
took $110,000 in negotiable when as employe arrived have been announced no regarding ready for presentation, "we need to go to a business

stocks: heirloom Jewelry, furl today to open the muse the Potter bequest by the LIirary basis' '

and cash from a fashionable um.The Board. The board members The "letter report" of BAH, which is a summationof
home here Friday night, police contained
museum rare are: 0. C. Stanley, chairman -
Hid today. coins from all over the world ; Mrs. Ford J. Dellaven, the main tome, and which I have dubbed the 'Read-

The victim, Insurance consultant and the display presented the secretary; Paul Bitter, Mrs. r'i Digest" condensation, is a masterpiece In itself and

Edward Hyndman, laid the history of mODe,. Crlawel also Hart McKillop and Mn John weigh! 24 ounces with its mock leather binding But
burglary occurred while he and Is one of the world's leading Lang. Mn. Virginia Miller iibe
his family were away for one collectors of Confederate WINTER HAVEN ENTRY IN PONY WORKING HUNTER city\ commission representative I have been assured that this report "hits all the bases.

hour and U minutes tor dinner. money. .. Tony Cops Third Yield Ecnfmon Up on the board. (Continued on Page Seventeen) .




____ .

Scout Leaders flhamberF DeGaulle Moves I The Weather=Local, State And National Area Death


Plan Activities To ChallengeU.S. Funeral services for Tier-

man (Jack) Ovle ZUli, .T, of

ommentBy 125 E. Thelma St., Lake Al.\

Of Local UnitsThe E. L. DAVIS x InfluencePARIS fred, will be held today at I

p.m at the Kersey Funeral

Ch.", ,,.r .f c...."' .... Home Chapel
monthly meeting of the (UPIPresident

Cypress Neighborhood of the Esecstlve! Vine ,>.i! W Charles de Gaulle has staked Horace Hartsell. pastor of the

Heart of Florida Girl Scout France's claim to renew its ''f k tb Church of Christ of Eloise\ will

Council featured role as a big power In embattled : officiate. Burial will be In lake-
report on TOUCHE
I Southeast Asia.In tide Memorial Cemetery !la Winter .
future activities Including the
his news conference Friday
cookie sal in March, the Iln,. Looks like a statement, made here last week, derogatory De Gaulle called for neutralization Haven.

ing program at the Bok TowerIn to women and their ability to expectorate in of the Communist- j Zilli died suddenly Thursday

March, and plant for t float the event they took up cigars or chewing tobacco as' threatened Southeast Asian In Belle Glade. He has lived
states, challenged the V. S. pol in Polk County since 1935. He
In the Florida Citrus Expoiitionparade. a substitute for cigarettes, will have to be retracted! icy of "containing" Communism wit I truck driver for Alder.
Coralie Rynerson, a former professor of Journalism through military alliances, alit "'e w A. < A ;' Goa, man Transport Co of Miami
Dorothy Bradley, neighborhood and announced he will seek t 4 W ,. r and member of the
F a Church
president presided at the and a semantic purist, says derisively, "Whaddaya mean I Red China's to *
agreement pull ; tpyM
meeting, which\ wn held at the 'there never was a woman who could spit over her the whole area out of the East- Kl r, e.. W; x sI 6.r of He it survived by his widow,

Girl Scout House. Mri. Joseph i chln'T I know several who spit a West power struggle. Mri. Opal Zffls of Lake Alfred .

MacAllister, secretary, distributed all over it every time they try" meant "Hey look No hands" Diplomats here noted this ; two daughters, Sharon aDd
the minutes. of the previous or "I'm hungry." Frequently was De Gaulle's first attempt $ ; : \, I Teressa of Winter Haven; three

meeting.Mrs. INSTANT SALESMANSHIPOne be stands on your stomach at a diplomatic breakthrough ions, James, in the U. S.
Helen Luttrell, chairmanof
while are in bed asleep aimed at asserting hit influence In the Canal Zone
hit week, we dialed you Army Glenn
the Scout House committee, day
and alurpi in the face. in an area outside Western and Bob both of Winter Ha.'
you ,
reported on complaints about Wlllard Frederick in his Drawn,. *
trash on the grounds. Mri. Building office at 203.3129. Or This meant "Hey, It'. almostdawnlet's He Europe.made It without having a & c veil; a sister, firs Ona Bell
and 158 at least we thought we had un get up have Wray of Five Points, Tenn.;
Sigmsn In Troop of cleanup til cheery voice answered, some action." When he stands tingle French loldler, plane or RAIN, SNOW AND SHOWERS-R.5n Is foreeest for the northern part of Oregon a brother, Will C. fills of Winter .
were placed charge I In the
for February. It was voted "Chevrolet Center," on hit hind legs and bouncesup warship His chief area. with mow In the Appalachians and Rockies. Rain Is also predicted for the northeast; Haven; a step-son, Ronald

to buy more chairs and tablet We said "Oopil Beg pardon. while and panting down like excitedly a pogo, he stick is, the weapons United States for challenging are- sections of the nation with showers In the mid-Atlantic states. Temperatures will be In Aldls of Lake Alfred; and CDS

for the Scout House and consider Wrong number." France's continuing cultural Influence the 50's In the Atlantic coast states. grandchild.
saying "Yippee you're up and ....
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the possibility of a new voice promptly and in its former Indochln- '
Said the we're going for a walk through
stove and refrigerator at a later enthusiastically, "No, you have the groves where I can miff ese colonies and hit agreement Florida Zones Order Reserve! Slits 'for GASPAIIUA IRATE INVASION one1 PARADE
date.Mrs. the right number the right every tree"Yellirthli last Monday to establish diplo
R. E. Maughan, district number that is if want to matic relations with Communist
you dog II a smart Maffvevr order fa
advisor announced that the fair today and to Grandstand -BAYSHORI BLVD $2.00
buy one of our really sensational one. He doesn't waste time China with Greater Tampa Chamberof
Little cooler tonight
cookie tale will begin March night.
Chevrolets. How French officials said De Reserved
new 1964 with a vocabulary He uses hi.PI" the 68 to 66. Chairs-BAYSHORE BLVD. $2.50 Commerce
14. Mrs. Raymond Garrlt re about stopping In to look at one? Gaulle was fully aware his latest highest today
his tall, his tongue, his 420 a Florida
ported that all troops must have Lowest tonight 42 to 52. Winds Reserved Chaln- FRANKLIN STREET $2.00 P.O..ox Tampa,
real good i blockbuster
We can give you a eyes, his isllvary glands-snd diplomatic
the new open end program In by the way, what are you driving hit head. He knows that actions would touch off angry reactionin eight to IS knots.North,
effect by September Mrs. Ben now?" speak louder than words. the United States. But they .r
Kill Griffin, district I representative We told him. laid regardless of this he would Fair and a little cooler to e

from Frostproof ex Hli enthusiasm diminished a TREES AND THE FREEZE push ahead with hli diplomatic night. Low tonight In the 40s.
plained the Board ruling on open little, but he rallied quickly, campaign l to neutralize Southeast West or northwest winds 10 to
end troops. This wat followed I The big freeze of Dee 12, : Alia.
"Wall, come on in anyhow. 11 miles per hour diminishingsome
by a discussion period. You'll be amazed at the bar. 1962, killed or mortally wound. French off I el( all said De 4

Mrs. James Hankin announced gains we have, and these new ed literally thousands of marginally Gaulle hopes to persuade Com tonight.Central L k Y Tainp $
that a song session will beheld models ire terrific" healthy citrus trees munist North Viet Nam and

on Saturday, Feb. 15, from We promised him we would throughout the Winter Haven pro-Western South Viet Nam to Partly cloudy with a few
10:30: a.m. til 1 p.m. to teach drop in the moment we thoughtof area. Neglect and disease have accept reunification on the baaIt showers today and a high in
all of the girls the songs to bt buying a new ear. alto taken their I toll. Ai a of complete neutrality Then the 70s. Fair and a little cool.

lung at Bok Tower on March If, within the next few result, itark and unsightly tree he would try to get the withdrawal er tonight and Sunday. Low tonight I

I. A camping skills workshop months, you tee a Chevelle, skeletons, or sickly, disease rid of all foreign troops In the 50s. Southwesterlywinds
was announced for all Interested a Chevy 2, a Corvalr. a Corvette den branches, dot the area, from both parts of Viet Nam, 10 to II mtlei per hour
adults by the Auburndale a couple of Chevrolet greatly detracting from the nat Camobdla and Laos becoming northwesterly this afternoon GasparijaA
neighborhood to be held at Camp station wagons and a Chevrolet ural beauty with which our and northerly on Sun
Rotary on Wednesday, Feb. 5, I community it endowed. day.
truck sitting in a drivewayon
from t.30: till 2. Mri Maughaa The Chamber of Commerce PTA
Council To
South Lake Florence Drive,
told those who wished to com convention of Beautification Committee and South ,
there'i not a
to onion Fair and a little cooler to
bring meat, potato, the City of Winter Haven have
and carrot done up In heavy Chevrolet owners going on In been studying a plan to rid night Low tonight la the middle .
side. It'i just that immovable
duty foil. the of these 60s Southwesterly winds 10
city eyetores. A Hold DiscussionThe
Mri. Martin of Belk'i! wit object was overcome by conference wn held last weekat to 18 miles per hour becoming
commended for the excellentjob an irresistable force. which were present Willard northwesterly by tonight Pirate Invasion

she It doing in stocking tPRAICIThe Frederick, chairman of--the effect of mm media- Keys
Girl Scout equipment Mrs Edward '
Butties, Mrs. Mike 'Kalogrldis on Chamber Beautification Committee Including television on young Partly cloudy and mild. Hlihtod.y
other TV
night Dave Glddlngs, tub- will be Low
and Mrs. JJjanklB were people the subject discussion 75 to 80. tonightIn
was a talking dwN. kidding! committee chairman of the
placed In charge of file Girl dlda'i the at the regular meetingof the 60s. Southerly winds
use alga ,
projects the Chamber
Scout float for the Citrus IIID'UI" eight to 15 miles per hour.
the Polk
like wagging hla tail executive vice president City County ,Council of
Parade. to say, "I'm happy" He actually Manager Cliff Ryan, City Attorney Parent.Teacher Associations at:
Mri Harold Hitchcock gave said three words. By contorting Pete Kalogrldls, and Polk Federal .
Southgate, Lakeland Holland Seems
the national with
a report on con his mouth and using Mrs. Harry C. Green, president .meet
vention. She stressed the fellowship on Wednesday, .
his vocal chords, he emitteda of the Woman's Club, to discuss .
that everyone ahared, sound that could be recog a plan under which a private Leroy Lastlnger, general manager
the inventory of the present la nixed ai "Hello" In another contractor would push out of WEDU-TV, and Immediate

Girl ahead Scouting ai the, and most the important looking heroic "effort he said, 1m and burn or remove the trees past president of Gorrle Elementary Ready To Run ; high adventurein
hungry it cost
point/' a to the property own PTA, Tampa, will be
Everyone In the studio audience er of $2 for
a single tree and
Attending the meeting were the chief speaker TALLAHASSEE!: Fit. (UPI-
applauded like mad. They $150 per tree for groups of fiveor
Mlsi' Bradley, Mrs. Maughan, thought the dog was some kind more. firs S. F. Cinn, Jr., and Ted Sen Spestird Holland laid Friday T

Mrs.;Griffin. Mri. AI Murphy, of a genius or something. The conference was preliminary Covlngton of Lakeland have he doesn't plan to retire, mpa-
Mrs; Bice, Mri Al Hays,
Mrs. Lynn Wood Mrs. Gene Actually the pooch wasnt 10 to a presentation of a been selected ai "rtactori"! to but he hain't any immediate
smart. Suppose he answered plan to the City Commission the to for the Senate teat
Bugger, Mri. Joseph McAllister, ipeaker'i remarks Reaction plant run '
the telephone tome day when next Wednesday
MI'I:Horton Brlggs, Mri. D. B. from the audience will be in 1 he bas held since 1945 and
no one was home He could If something can be workedout '
Fox, Mri Edward Buttles, Mri. lay "Hello" all right-but what the beauty of Winter Haven the form of "buzz groups," "I hive no definite plant for
B. A. Dunson Edith
Mri. Hei-
clue All he could say is "I'm will be greatly enhanced. whose conclusions will be sum the election and have no plant '
ken, Mri. Helen Luttrell. Mrs. marized. t
hungry"-and what good does for retirement. But the 72- '
Harold Hitchcock Mike
Mrs .
Kalogrldis, Mrs Psul Baichon, that do over the telephone All. persons teacher Interested activities or in parent who year-old Democrat added, "I'm bring your
Now take our black cocker Bi-Racial
Mrs Frank Slgman, Mri. E. and win.
Pogo. There'i a dog that can have a concern for children are hoping I can run .
H. Mason, Mri Raymond Garrli !Ilk I He has a vocabulary Invited by Mrs. James E. Sutton I Holland confirmed at a newt c
Mri. Allen Dowd, Mri Walter '
that it not only extensive but PCC president, to attend. conference that former GOT. !
Bell, Mrs. Charles Krebs, I camera
Following the
clearly understandable Of Named morning program '
Mn. Robert Wagner, Mrs. Martin very For LeRoy Collins had talked to
his words the group will go in a
course, are not al _
Mums, Mri. James Hankin, ways our words but 11 you motorcade to Keen Elementary him recently about the possibility

Mrs. Joe Long, and Mri. Ferry live with him you get to know School for an observation tour of running for a Senate
what he meant. Ocala Study and lunch Those planning to teat

For Instance when he led go stay for lunch should notify "I haven't heard from him 1
with an ear piercing "Ylpe", their PTA area coordinator, since, and I don't know hit At high noon on February 10 you'

: that means'- "You big dope OCALA, Fla. (UPI) Mayor whore name can be obtained plant," the veteran lawmaker
Why don't you watch where Willard Ayers hat appointed a from their local PTA president.Mrs. laid. the only Pirate Invasion In the world-

you're going You stepped on committee of eight Negro and R. P. Jones, Character Turning to the upcoming national
my foot" Three sentences with white leaders to study the racial and Spiritual Education chair. campaign, Holland said if and the gayest I Cannons will boom and cutlasses
I'O.PICSA one well chosen wordIf problems that have come man, will lead the devotion. ha could ice no alternative but '
\ he'i hungry, Instead of goIng to a head In this central Florida The discussion It another for Florida to throw Ita support flash In the) Florida sun as the full-rigged
through ill the facial con.tortlon. city recently."I phase of the general theme for behind President Lyndon John-

s.r.l..1 Veur Dmtw.5, and vocal strain of talkIng believe we have sufficient the year, "Exploration In Education pirate ship, Jose Gaspar, sails Into Tampa Harbor
Vow tool Mtdiril Socttiy. out lh< he merely walk up to the men and women of food will of ," which the Polk County son."I think there are abundant
Jlocidi Mfdiul Allocution.MALARIAi refrigerator door and scratch both races here to furnish solid Council It using Indications of the friendly feeling crammed to the rigging with lack-booted,

UNDER SIEGE es. When he'i thirsty he, support to the giving of a Mrs. Charles McMillan, Lakeland from the President about

Ualari I. the scratches at the kitchen link thoroughgoing trial in this ef it program chairman. the state," be laid. buccaneers. SPECTACULAR
on move -
toward oblivion. The greatest Another way of expressing fort to i o 1 v e our own problems.
worM-widt program of dilute hunger Is to stand beside you ," the mayor said Friday
eradication: ever attempted is at meal time and scratch on In announcing creation of the Polk Community Nursing
gradually and determinedly I your leg If this doesn't work, group Defenses crumble, the Pirates land and triumphal Parade of

wiping out malaria. he lays his head on your lap, Ayers also expressed conndene -
100,000 Thirty I cases years of ago malaria, there in were the rolls his eyes up at you and the committee would Council Elects the Pirates follows Immediately-60 gorgeous floats, dozensof
U. S. with about 5000 deaths drools. If this falls, he Jumps "without infringing on the fun.
each year, some 350 of then up onto your Up and starts damental rights and privileges high-stepping bands, glamour girls, and pirates and

occurring in Florida. Last year, eating off your plate. I of any citizen, either white or Polk County Council for James Caton Is director.
there death. were 100 cases and one His use of the sign language colored." Community Nursing held its annual After the election of officers, more piratesl I It's the number one spectacle paradeIn

In Europe with a population It phenomenal Let's say you !. The NAACP and the youth meeting In the auditoriumof Miss Lola Lake, area super
of almoit 650 million, malaria are lilting relaxed In a chair council assured the mayor they the local Pclk County Health visor of nurses, and Miss Fern the nation! Unique In American pageantry!la
has become almost nonexistent. reading the paper. He climbsup would end boycott and anti. Department building \Kingham, director of nurses
Complete eradication of the. beside you, puts both feet i. segregation picketing In down. New officers and directorswere with the Polk County Health
disease in within two years Is expected on the paper and either batsit town Ocala when the bl.racial elected. Department, gave a progressreport
Middle Easters In
and North many African nations. down or pokes a twelve Inch committee was created. Officers elected were; E. H. on the services renderedby Impressive ceremony, the city

Only five years ago, Greece bole through It. This means Negroes began a drive last Schellenberg, president; the the Council in W3. a surrenders
bad ont million cases of malaria "Hey-pay tome attention to summer to break down the Rev. August Bernthal, vice president According to a spokesman, In front of the grandstandat
with 10,000 deaths, and today me" Or It could mean "Let'sgo traditional racial barriers in ; Mrs John Mitchell, secretary the nursing service Is availableto
of the moat dlltilloAl1tJ.malaria of the country u free out and chase rsbblta" Ocala, and the efforts resulted ; and Mri. Jack Curnett, anyone in the Greater Winter the Florida State Fair!

operations are You have to vie a little Imag In dozens of arrests of both treasurer. Haven area and the cost forth

proceeding in 85 countries or ination in Interpreting tome of whites and Negroes. New directors, who will serve service Is from 50 cent toW
territories throughout the world. hit sign language This scratching three years and are known ai a visit, based on the take-
Even so, there are countries in means a lot. If he scratches the Directors Class of home
of the
Fruit are pay family and ch ;
which a beginning has not yet himself It means, "Boy Shipments Mist Alice Sherman the ; :
beta mad to radical the Mri. Jim number of people in the
disease. Malaria U not a tpee* these fleas are killing me" Dally citrus cirloadingi reported Daniels. Edward Buttles, Paul family.
uvular disease:; its victim show If he Just stands beside you by the division of fruit Baichon, William Freeman, Further Information about the

no wound. or mutilations. It and scratches on your chair and vegetable Inspection: Mri. Wynn James of Auburn- nursing service may be obtained Obo"pro
comes to them as they sleep in I leg-.or your leg-it means, Rail shipments: 4,SIS grapefruit dale, and Rev. Charles Horton : by calling CY 11141.

the 1 by> a quiet mosquito.There of the Bight, carried "I'm hungry", "I have to go ; 1,905 oranges; no tangerines of Lake Alfred. Other active directors ere: r

are thousand of malaria 1 outside," "let's go for a ride ; 54J t mpl... The Council hat 21 directors Class of 1965, Peter Kalogrtdli\ AUTO IACIS
'experts and workers now in the car', "let's go and Truck shipment I : 23,851 In classes of seven, with each Leo Gregory, Rev. August Bern- .... S. I. t, 11, ... IS
CnMged in the eradication pro- throw my ball", or "how do grapefruit; 1J.S12 oranges; 100 clan being elected for three thai Mrs. John Mitchell, How. HnrluM Melt Driven r... 4I .* ... tats
ram-titabliihed I by the V.-oddHeeklr you like that guy de Gaulle tangerines 8,13 wish I Hi* HemmUetsf wisk lot piee. 4.ea! t.,
templet. yean. In addition to the class and Sands E. H.
Organization Three of- recognizing Red China" Total Schellenberg. he ......... to M* TV .Ie .fITONIT
ftalTve are being useds.e.enbat shipments: :aun of 19 7, the Director Classes and Ralph Kochan; Clan of .Her WeeMf Skew SUWII .*: drainage You may think all be does grapefruit; 17.417 oranges; 100 of 1965 and 1116 are still active. 1968, George Clow, Lee John ,
(tkOremor: breeding place for to express himself It scratch. tangerines, 8,888 t mple.. The directors represent many son Lake Alfred; Mri. Miry
mo.quito i), DDT and drugi. Not so. He also I licks your band Cannery receipts I : elms fields of service In Lake Alfred. Jo Elawlck. Mri. Jack Curnett,

ar Although*.atifl threatened over a billion with: people malartaj"yltirnately or love"This meant"that either"I grapefruit; S33.870 oranges, Auburndale, Winter Haven and i I Mri. H. C, Wimberly of Eagle SEE IT ALL IN TAMPA
this disease will candy 4,159 tangerines, no temples. Eagle La' e, and form a council Lake, Mrs. J. W, Glass and
feucoaquercd.. -- bar you just ate was delicious" Shipping total 59.107 boxes. with the Polk County Health Mrs. 0. M. Mulkey of Auburn. I
- Sometimes ht sits up. This Cannery total 399,361 boxei. Department of which Dr. j dale |




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I Girl Scout Scrapbook IIII IIIII yJw.-

KITH W. B1IGGS American a certificate of ap- ;
Mrs. Barbara Adams of Au predation and Mr. and Mr*. I''

tmrndal is Inviting an of the Richard D. Pop Girl Seoul the many looks ofSPORTSWEAR ;
Friendship Plna On behalf of
Leaden, and adult interested MlT
the Cadettea, Kathy Kendrick dso9
In Girl Scouting to a Camping ew
Skilli for Adult Workshop to gave the Pope membership in
Scout and girl Scout '
the Girl a
be conducted at Camp Rotar
tie and charm bracelet.
on Wednesday, February firm e
9:39 a.m. UU X p.m. Mr*. R. Camping In the Aquaram "
Pool area of Cypress Garden! :
E Maughan Director request! @Qk&J
and took down:
that everyone attending take the girl let up
cooked their meal over
:meat, potato, onion, and cam their
charcoal and played
wrapped In heavy oil for outdoor
cookingAt uke and sang Many visitor

to the Gardens noticing the .
the last meeting of Cypress
Girl Scout emblem and Heartof
Neighborhood it wn announced
Florida signs topped to chat.
that there 45
After around the 1 g.
Brownies, S54 Junior, 286 Ca canoeing
I lands, the girl went In a groupto .
deuce, and 53 Senior registered
witch the ski show When
In the Heart of Florida ;
they left at mid afternoon last
Council. I think that one 01 i
Saturday, the Cadettea laid that
the best and most active programs
ia right here In Winter ulous their only" comment was, "Fab o Here they arel Get ready for the greatest "

haven Mrs! Kenneth Schulz of Pine From Cooking at Tampa fun season everl And look what will make '
: .
Electric to Camping at Cypress 't
Neighborhood announced that it NEW '1 '
Garden our Girl Scout art great these sportswear and
a upper meeting of leader,. : '
assistant leaders, and troop learning wholesome which will help skills them and ? wunwear creations by BOBBIE BROOKS. I I' '
committee chairmen would take i r : eId
Into poised attractive
place at the home of Mrs ; develop
women. This, after all, 1 I. the
Jame Kesterton, 2207 12th St !
end result of the Girl Scout
r W. on Tuesday night, Feb. ;
4. at 7:00. Mrs Richard W Program
Wolford II Cookie Chairman for

Fine Neighborhood. Beach 'U e
Mr*. I!. D. Howard Junior Daytona :. ,
Troop W) told me that her l; I I;#
girls have just finished a all F' ,! ) :;
weeks cooking course at Tampa To Get Modem
Electric for their Ceoklni } !
Badge A* a concluding activity A
for their Dabbler Badge, they
will have ft puppet how this MotelA els t' aOIh
week 1O-Unit r{ Y+?+ .

Cadette Troop 54 went camping .

at the Luy W Ranch north .
three building complex con 44
of Lake Alfred. Mr. and Mrs. ,
Otis Bice accompanied the 15 listing of Executive Office, a Jy :
girls who made the trip. 60-75 unit motel restaurant and ; :

Mr. Mitchell Kalogridia and motel training school will be

her. ,Juniors of Troop 218 are built by Quality Courts Motels,

working on their Homemaking Inc on a three and a half acre A.
and Hospitality Badge. A* one tract of land In Daytona Beach .
; \
of their activities they plan to Fla, President John Lacock an I
do comparison hopping in two nounced.

of cur local grocery .tore* Plans can for the complex to 1

with special attention to thevegetable be completed In late 1964. withgroundbreaking k -a.-a:= =. AA t f YI t+ eet n.
department They <, -- ," ,
alated for late I .
Personal !r ) ,.. .
finished their
up Spring Cost will be In excessof ..-
Health Badge early in January.Cadette -- .., .
Troop 50 will be dabbling One 11 building win house the .4 Cean ,..
in Science with the helpof ,. F 't y + a
Executive Office and lerve I %. t..t
\ f ,. ..
Owen M. Lee T. V. Science national headquarter for the ..
Teacher. This group his examined as .
stagnant water and chain.the The second motel building Itself will while occupy ...- ? tA1 ck ,

{made eompartaon with pure
consist of the
the third will
i drinking water ender a micro-
.. Dobbs House restaurant, cocktail i
cope. They have studied d. : :
lounge and meeting room
of levers. and expect to B.
this are planning -
"At point we
lei a model for the Executive Offices
in Science
a project
to occupy: 20000 square feet, '
lain Tbi group of Girl Scout '
which la roughly four times the e : .
bneete Monday evening ; ...
every p j \
of the in \ .-
at tte.OM (-. Lodge Build- die present offices motel ;
IDI ea HaTcodaU. Their Spon- Daytona Beach" The
training school will be Incorporated -
eon, the Loyal Order of Moose "
1103 has Test presented them Into this area.
with ft new troop na,. They are The new motel which will
.'also planning a review of campIng bear the name Quality Courts
ftklll for the benefit of Motel will contain such Quality
I Leader Courts features a* a heated
'girlf new to scouting. '
of< this very active troop arei swimming pool; air-condition
log heating, carpeting r
i Mrs William J. HoHies and : -
Mrs,L. A. Morrla. ; and telephone and television i Nf- : ; ,

Th Cadettts of Troop 40 are In each unit.
tlll in a happy dan. Mr. Helen Meeting room and a cocktail
Luttrell told m* that the lounge will be Incorporated I
girl spent about an hour and Into the restaurant operation AS wbr Y Yi
for maximum efficiency In i aYhh>
a half with Miss America. They :
were delighted to learn that serving a minimum of 300 per-

ahe had been a Girl Scout and ion*. The meeting room com. .' .
pleased with the autographed plex will be adaptable, via sliding i
picture they each received. partitions, for various sites :
Mrs .Joe K. Hays President and types of groups Car servicing -
of the Heart of Florida Girl facUltlea are available adjacent

Scout Council presented Miss to the property. d..

net ,'.* wise III" "C. W,." ,.'U' ,.tly saver M. U
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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefW. Letters To A

I. HYNHSON. Edii.r-Publlsh.r I I Iw

JOHN W. KYNEkSON. .....I..ftt t. the ruklliUr The Editor. NOTEBOOK

ubtiihiif dally (In..,, Saturday) by the Wlnt.r H.... I

Pultli.hiR C,, Int., 124 JrJ Strut. N.W. Wlnttr Hun, FUrl**. _. WNATEVERYou ., JOHN LOP, Editor Auburndalt Star
CHARLES ftOSHORN 0 0 G.ft..1 I Mtntftr Dear Editor: SAY Doc Y CAL.I1 1 the colored silk American dollars poured down
U. Thant, Secretary Generalof Just at
hand. of the ritholcs of a futile
JACK IEAHAN 0 0 1..1.'. Edli.r the United Nations violates 'CHAT GIFTED handkerchief amateur In prestidigitatorchanges the policy. These art only

PETER j. SULLIVAN 0 0 0 Atlvertl.IR t.4u.,.. the U. N's Charter The Charterof an from blue to pink, or a few of the results of the

the United Nations says: "In STATESMAN. 1 chameleon switches from Peace Corns, of the aid pro.
as a
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE the performance of their duties to brown ai impulseor grams and of the scuttling
SI..M.H a Aittcittt. Inc. 0 ChI...., III. green demands, the colon of a Colonial system around
the Central Secretary and the necessity
the globe that, if nothing
and else
EnUrttt i Stuiiel Claw Mill MHr Str. t, I IU4 .t the P... Office staff shall not seek to receiveor of the newly created did successfully maintain ,
In WlnUr H..*i>, FUrldt. .ii4r receive instructions from
any around the world are outdoing uneasy status quo.

.'" 0 government or from any other e/1 both the magician and Yet our State Department,

:/rfi: ; MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU authority external to the orjanltation. the lizard. guided by the addle-pated pol-

CIRCULATIONS shall refrain from li turning tries of the Council on For
OF They In Africa black
...,oi. any action which might reflecton ) : red. In Asia and in the Far sign dreamers Relations, continues One to World followits

MEMBER their position at International Pacific Islands yellow tDOa
bankrupt policies, just
Active red tinge.
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL official responsible only to the taking on a deep the gambling man In
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United Pries I. 'R'ltl.eI t. the u.. The lame thing U happening that
ASSOCIATION hr r.publicati.a .f .11 l.c.1 ..wi organization." ; in Japan where recognition of tiny western town persisted
.d is this ..wep.p.r .. will .s .1 rlRI.1t.4 But this Secretary General hat i'fji Communist China is only s in bucking s crooked Faro
News Dt.p.teh.s. game solely because It was
become a maker of policies, a breath away
the only game in town.
DEADLINE thwarter of agreements, and The color changing! Isn't Or, to use another comparison .
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT confined to faraway placeshalfway
ly tKt Wtr1! a P M. Pr.vl.ul D.y. ly tit* Inch I P.M. rVt.ltui t>*y. commander of an army. around the globe. In it's time for the
111 Nolio.t I '.M. 'nylon Diy. Sunliy UHi.* Cttllinti Fri4y. The New World Sept. 7, 1962, Panama the mingled whites "magicians" In the State Department

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT the official: publication of the and browns and blacks are to patronize a new
Sunday EJ.Ii._J P,M. Thiirtjliyi Miiuliy Ml l.i -I P.M. FrltltytTut Catholic Arch Dioceae of Chi the Communist magic ihop In search of anew
<.y idititi.-Nttn Siturdiyt Widmiaiy, Thursday 'Rel Friday turning to art of gimmicks. It'I possible .
Edititni-i P.M. Tw. Days I In Advinc cago, carried an article by J. M. crimson, Just si the lame went to obtain a trick hand.

Kelly, editor, "U. Thant, U. N. mottled shades In Cuba
M.", ,,.. Stuthtm Ntwiptptr Pvbllihtr, Aiitcltl scarlet with the rise of Cat- kerchief that turns from Red
M."'.... Florldi Pr... Allttlttitn Helmsman, Takes Wrong Turn, to White, instead of the other

It says: "Presently he (U. tro.And the end ls not yet! way around. And the working

SUISCRIPTION RATES Thant) la on tour of the Communist The dream trusten of the is just as easy once you hive
ly Carrier *r MailV. mastered the lecret, which U
..., S",20r: I Irr.nths, $f.IOr| 3 mwrthi. |4 III I mMh.; bloc nations. I firmly U. S. State Department in simple ai to be almost
...kly. Jl ttnti. Sins) C.*iit Dally, I etntii; Sunday, 10 tni believe,' Thant laid, 'that the their frantic efforts to buy so ridiculous.All .
good will of the upiurging
TELEPHONE CYrni. 2.2111 world li heading for a synthesis nationalists of the Far East, the "preitldlgator" hit

,' predicting that the conflicting Africa and even Latin Amer. to do is to load the gim

Ideologies of East and ica, continue to play on a mick In reverse

A Thought For Today West will eventually merge, producing P rigged roulette wheel of international The planners In the State
do-goodlim, Ignoring Department might well con
another kind of political
: y the fact that there are sider that fact of legerde
In the march of his
system no numbers on the device, main while White silks art
"And the peace of God, which passeth all ttnitr- tory." Thant, speaking (red) only colors-Red and Black still available.

standing, shall keep (garrison and mount guard over) Polish officials and diplomats, and Yellow and Brown. The way things are going

laid further that history There art no numbers that the supply Is becoming short,
your( hearts and minds through (in) Christ Jesus proves offer longer and more profit. indeed, and time is of the
Phil that various strong religious I
i:7 able odds. Wt back the Black, essence

Peace of God will garrison your hearts and and political convictions are nota AmericanHistory as In Africa's riot torn states,

permanent feature of society and they turn Red.
thoughts so that you are an impregnable citidel of God. 1
-just a passing phenomenon s Wt back the yellows of
-Dr.. Albert L. Carnett and that the United Nations U Around Viet Nam and Laos and Ma. AlmanacBy

"the only hope for the future Month laysia and the half-shades of

of mankind." County Panama and of Cuba and of
We are not committed to our Polk ;., Brazil and Venezuela and they United Press International
News-Chief EditorialsYour concept of Individualism and + PROCLAMATION too take on the shadings of Today Is Sunday, Feb. 2, the
33rd day of 1964 with 333 to
freedom too strongly or we
WHEREAS, during the month the Kremlin crimson. follow.
would never be a party to buildIng of February the citizens of the Our foreign policy Is cursed
-- -
-- The noon Is approaching its
Registration a socialist world under the United States of America will with s variation of the fabled
leadership of a aerialist secre By THURSTON WILLIS I roots uprising against federalaid be celebrating the birthdays of Midas curse. Everything our last qUieter

We are going to print a better map for the people tary-general of the U. N. and Staff Writer I five months ago, Is considering two American I president, State Department touches and The Jupiter.evening stars are Venus

'of this that the Communist members! The Imperial Charity HorseShow asking Uncle Sam for George Washington and Abraham turns Dot to gold but to icar-
area so they can KNOW where they are The F t d t r a 1 Government Lincoln, and On this day In hlstoryt
ahould be more Interested in the has been rated at "A" financial help on several community let.Yet In 1148, Mexico signed I
to and WHEREAS the National Society
supposed register vote. There is too much confusion we persist In followings
activities of the U.N. Secretary show by the American Horse projects. Daughters of the American treaty with the United States

over this whole matter. We honestly think thatit General U Thant who violates Show Association, and anyone The Lakeland General Hospital's Revolution la sponsoring more policy than that half has tile world teen far ceding Texas, New Mexico, Arizona .

,1s! important enough that the registrar should have the Charter of this organization who hat visited the show or I board of trustee have February as American HistoryMonth go lion. and California for $15 mil\
Communism.II Red.Laos
i for
attends today, will readily understand voted to delay action on a proposed throughout the United despite the tight censorship
:sent out notices informing the voter where he should wt are to continue at a States andWHEREAS In 1878, eight teams banded
treat Republic, the people of the honor award. new 141 bed hospital wing that bat kept that na together to form the National!
go to re-register. After all, voting is our prime way this country must be respected Now In Its fifth year hat ,attracted the Imperial after viewing plans and listening each citizen, it of Is the Importantthat United tion's unhappy plight off the Baseball Lesgut.

of expressing desires as to who is to run our government by every elected official. 633 of Horse the finest Show In horseflesh to explanations of the plans. States have a knowledge of the front pages for months; is In 180. Radio Berlin 'as-
lost. The war in Viet Nam
There la In Americafor knowledged the end of the fcafr'tie
at all levels. It should be made as easy as those who no room aim to destroy from 27 states, the District of The proposed addition would history NOW of THEREFORE this great Country, I Richard ,. li going badly, Indeed. of Stalingrad Rossis

possible to attract the most possible voters.If our Constitutional) rights. When Ireland.Columbia, Canada, Mexico and cost an estimated $1,791,300. Dantzler, by virtue of the Even Bobby Kennedy hints claimed 503,000 Germans deador

wi give aid and comfort to the Bids will be received on April authority vetted In me as Mayor that the cease fire pact with wounded in the city's siege.,
there is confusion in the registration places, violate the rights With jumping events In addi Sukarno la probably only a 1953, President Eisenhower
enemy we lion ( the show ring perform. IS for the paving of the east- of the City of Winter Haven, ,
what will it be like when it comes time for voting? given to us In the Constitution. ers, the a Imperial Charity HorseShow west runway and taxiway and do proclaim the month of February temporary thing. announced the U.S. Seventh
The Panama crisis
Louis C. Stumpf for drainage improvements at 1964, as AMERICAN still exists Fleet would no longer block
Wve given it in writing which we thought clear finest has events become in Winter one Haven.It of the. the municipal airport at Drain HISTORY MONTH, and call and doubtless will continue Chinese Nationalist raids from

i enough, but we know that visually searching map Dear Editor: has become a must for own Field. The cost has been estimated upon all our citizens and organizations until at long last we Formosa against the mainland
pull out of that vital link
the M of
Several months ago a. at more than $100,000. to emphasize the study
--woutd make it easier for the average person-we'll tryoUt sonic Lodge finally completed era The touring management the Sunshine has Circuit.been of American History. between the Atlantic! and the A thought for the day American

best to clear up problems. There aren't too many their new building. Upon com outstanding and the flcilitlei at BARTOW A $750,000 deed Dated at Winter Haven, Florida Pacific.A poet Robert Frost in his
.fdays pletion of this building the City Association has been recorded In circuit this 24th day of January, handful of Latin American "The Mending Wall" laid,
before the books back to Bartow. We think the Polk County Riding
nations other than Pan- "Good
Taxpayers paved a large parkIng show comparedwith court for the salt of acreage 1964. fences make good neljhbon. -
.;;that everyone should register; no excuse. lot for them. Your paper the best grounds In the nation. In southeast Polk County by Richard Dantzler ama, are racked with tur- ."

had an article stating that this has been keen In Doyle E. Carlton Jr. to a group Mayor moil and ready for the plunge
the benefit of the library Competition into the Red Sea of Com FRIEND IN NEEDPENSACOLA
waa of Texan The property\ located
and the big at.
all events today
"YYepe Let's Go Along patrons. I approached the City traction will be the Orange Con near Waik-In-The-Water During February, American munism. Fla. (UPI) -
Manager at that time and he a jump Creek. History Month, sponsored by France has recognized Red Worried about his stolen truck,
centrate Sweepstakes -
.. Three young; men aren't alive today because the told me the same story. I doubt contest that will test the stamina Plant for Spessird Holland the National Society Daughters China. Japan may soon fol- Bill Jackson didn't ask any
seriously If a library patron has the Appreciation Day has been of the American Revolution, all low suit. Most of our allies question Friday when be was
"EuSsians: murdered them in cold blood. They were fly. and endurance of both
ever used this parking lot. If horses and the rideri. scheduled for Feb. 10. The din. patriotic Americana will recall are now trading with Cuba, told his friend, John Lou,
.-'ing-a training; plane, wandered into the East German they did they had to step overa nor will be held at the Bartow that the first battle of the Revolutionary just as we are shipping wheat was In jail, lit paid Lowe's

zone, and within minutes their plane had been riddled I hedge, then walk across the LAKE WALES Charles Till. Air Bait and.will begin at 6:30. War wit fought at to Russia to fill the belliesof bond.
lawn around to the front door of Lexington on April 19, 1775, the forces that openly Later, Jackson learned Lowe
:with bullets from a MIG. There was no excuse for man, president of the Chamber
the library. The Bank when a large force of British threaten to bury had
laid he would HAINES CITY us. been charged with stealing -
of Commerce,
Jthil.: Probably there was no excuse for our flyers to be I I think the taxpayers of this seek t permanent building for of Central Florida has promoted regular under General Gate And in Africa bands of wild- the truck. Jackson further

:'in that zone, but regardless it wouuld seem to us that city art entitled to know how an office during the coming two employees. Mrs. Mary fired on a band of American eyed natives art running learned that, after being re-
much it coat them for this M. Martin and Mrs. Nell Carver militia known ai minutemen. amuck, murdering missionaries leased
:this taking of lives was a useless display of the rotten year. He also said he hopedto on bond. Lowe allegedly
project. firmed for the four. have been named assistant The Americans had been in the name of International I forged Jackson's came to a
way the Soviet mind works. I set now that the taxpayersare laning aee plant of Highway 80 from Tam cashier warned by Paul Revere, in his Communism. $100 check and disappeared.

.. The Russians time and again Jam our radio communications Installing an underground pa to!the turnpike through Lake The Slate Bank of Haines City famous ride, that the British These are only a few of Police and Jackson -

which was probably the case last week. sprinkler system on this same Wiles. recently declared a stock dividend were coming. the results of the billions of were looking for Lowe today.
1 that The minutemen attempted
parking lot. Then suppose of the Passion of one share for each five
But there is no particular reason to blast an unarmed i these generous taxpayers will Supporters have reactivated on "Op shares held. The dividend was without success, to stop the Sri, I

;plane out of the sky. This, along with at least a thou. put in tome very beautiful and Play eration Snowball" drive to raise made possible by the transfer tish force which marched on to

and more reasons, is just why we have no use for the expensive same generous shrubbery.people Then will these have money needed here to open Feb.the(. new The of $50,000 structure from, bringing Surplus the to Capital total Concord supplies. But where throughout It destroyed their I CAL: WSIR Program 1490

communists; they are beasts of the lowest order. I to pay someone to take cart of winter hat season been set at $500. shires to outstanding to $21,000 return, the American patriots '
because from goal from behind trees, hedges and SUNDAY I 11II Goo4 Morotng
shrubs his been
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the looks of things I on the to action on establishing elected chairman of the Merchants atone walls, poured shot into 1'5' glen On '.15 ra. Newa A Markell
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I Frozen Concentrate Sales Air Force Unit : Airlines Preparing Pilots I -Television HiclhliqhtsI I


I For New Aircraft By JACK GAYER cia on NBC. "The Virginian" time" coniliti of entertainment
Hit 64 Million Gallons Supersonic j
May Begins StudyOf United Press International I la the preempted.prairie yeari The through play covert Lin from the Club Hanabascha. in

Sales of froze orange con The report also laid that one WASHINGTON (UPI) The level supersonic flight any NEW YORK (UPI) Tbi coln's departure* from Springfield Tokyo.
NBC Law"for
first of two documentary ABC "Burke!
central since Dec. 1, have of the problems now facing thl nation'i airlines, at )least five slight pltch-dowa of the DOS specials dealing with recent for his Inaugural Washington preempt
Downed Jet from the supersonic Kate Reid, Hiram Sherman aa hour of Winter Olympics
been most satisfactory in dew Industry li the slow build up of years age already away have begun preparing could create negative "g" Cuban troubles, the late RobertE. and Douglas Watson have result scheduled to feature

of the limited supplies for thl stocks. Mutual pointed out tha flight crews for the problems (gravity) forcei. Unless the Sherwood's notable "play,, key roles. ladiei' downhill ikllng, .men's

season, Florida Citrus Mutual line Dec 1, processors hay WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI ) of 2,000 mtte-an-hour air travel. ist'i autopilot ll designed to "Abe Lincoln In Illinois, andABC'l ABC'i Winter Olympics hour speed skating, four-man bobsled:

laid today.In added only four million gallonto -A team of experts began the Crack airline pilots, most of b* extremely sensitive, pascngeri continued exclusive cov li scheduled to report on ice and hockey.
grim task today of determinln them instructors or top flight and hostesses on an sat crags of the Winter Olympics hockey, the biathlon, men's "Twilight Zone" on CBS his
sates to
a specie report the beginning Inventory stand out In nextweek'
whether Soviet jet tighten di In Call with Gladys Cooper

supervisors, hive been flying could find themselves floating steed skating and men'i figure "Night ,
1U growers, Mutual laid that 1S.4 million gallons. The grower llberately shot down an Amer military supersonic planes to get around In the cabin network television programming skating. "Chsnnlng" li pre ai aa elderly Invalid terrU

from Dec. 1 to Jan. IS, figure: organization laid that levee. can T3' training plane over the "feel" of handling aircraft For Gleen H. Brink, flight research empted. fled by a series of phone calls

from the Florida Canners As. lory levels would remain crit. East Germany killing the thre traveling twice the speed of director of American Airlines Highlight detail Feb. It: Danny Kaye'i guests on his although the phone company

sociitlon report that slights; cal until the Industry belln.concentr.Un U.S. Air Fore officers aboan sound or faster. the F104G wit his first SundayABC'l Golf CBS hour will be comedienne says her line baa been cut bya

more than 8V\ million gallon Valenclai In volume An Air Fore recovery groutheaded The program was made possible experience In supersonic travc "Challenge repeat Imogene Coca, singers Joe and storm. Previously scheduledand
the Feb. 1 match between
by Capt. Miles J. MiNaughton !
of concentrate have moved< by the Lockheed AircraftCo. "It confirmed some of the Eddie and comedian Harvey postponed
from Florida ,warehouses. Mutual around April 1, becaus Templehof Air Bas and flight charac : the Arnold Palmer-Gary Player Kormin. SaturdayABC'l
., one of the three airframe performance ;
laid that If sales continue of the shortness In the carl, aircraft maintenance office manufacturers deslglng a supersonic eristics expected on an ist," and Julius Boreo-George Biyei Thursday Winter Olympic eoverige -
the industry and mldseison from RoUa, Mo., t'lckedlP the teams on the Country Club Bountiful li scheduled to Include
at their present rate, crop. airliner. Lockheed put at Brink reported. "In doing ao, itactually "The Case of the
The total Inventory. wreckage in East Germany .nd course at Heiperia, Calif. four-man
would move approxlmalely industry's the airlines' disposal an F104G reduced tome of the Beauty" occupies Perry Mason men's figure skating,
64 million gallons of Including imports, la now only; brought it back here. and Invited their pilots doubts that had been generate ABC li on the air with Win on CBS. A young woman who bobsled finals and Ice hockey.
concentrate) In a year'i time 43 per cent of what it was i a The bodies of the three all- fighter In while discussing some of the ter Olympics competition al his written sensational novella "CBS Golf Classic" has a
the Interceptor
The present sales rate would year ago. Mutual reported. men were returned Friday, .nd to fly critical phases of Iran Innsbruck, Austria. The tents' threatened with a libel suit semifinal match in the elimination .
atmulated airline
Inventory The sales report also sal given appropriate honors a operation.The more live schedule lists the I.dlea'.1a1om it the Baltusrol
also allow the Industry an and flights" by a woman who believes she play
unanimous ionic supersonic
that of frozen orange McNaughtoa laid the Rut. iIrmen's ver in skiing, the finals of
carryover of about 12 prices also la the unsavory central charac Course la Springfield, NJ.
said the flight con
million gallons at the start of concentrate have been very its. alani were cooperative in hell did was that supersonic flight Brink the two-man bobsled contest More Olympic coverage on
the next marketing aeason. ble for a period of over 10 tog recover the downed plant will involve new problems, but vlnced him of two "must" and ladles' cro.-countr'lklln,,. ter.The Winter Olymplci eventi ABC dealt with men's figure
months. Mutual' Executiv He said the salvage operatic none that cannot be aolved quire menta for a supersonic "The Twentieth Century" doc scheduled for ABC are the two.msn ikating.

Vic President Robert W, Rut took a fairly long time becaus All agreed that pilots should line: ((1) accurate altitude Infor umentary on CBS provides i toboggan finals, cross NBC'i "Saturday Night it the

Show Of Unity ledge, laid that "the presen the wreckage bad to be carried have no particular difficulty matlon (the degree at which the look at National Hockey Leaguelife country skiing, Ice hockey and Movies" screens "The BandWagon
bat bee checking out on supersonic airliners plane is climbing or descending) "Firebrand On Ice
1255 per dozen cant 100 yards up a hill In : Stay four-man bobsled. Jimmy ," starring Fred Allaire
(Continued! From Page One) in effect since last March 23. "There li more of it left tha though they all empha- and Improved instrumentalon Miklta., The program focuiel Dean'i hour U preempted. and Cyd Gurisie.
the period In the sled the Importance of thorough particularly! airspeed and rate of the Chicago Blackhawki'
eventually assume the post of: This li longest I expected, one of the Air on "Kraft Suspense Theater" on

premier of South Viet Nam. Industry'i concentrating hlstor;) Force expert said at he anhis training.R. climb center. NBC has "My Enemy, This SAIGON M.". Gen Ngu
for to remain 10 steady" their B. Mueller, vice presidentof "Potentially troublesome flight Monday
He said be has been assured prices colleague begin eiaminatlon Town." A man comes home on yen Khanh, who engineered
there will be no difficulty about "It la Interesting to note th.t'. of the burnedoi flight operations for Trim and navigation areas appear to NEC's "Monday Night at the parole to leek revenge againsta the overthrow of South Viet
recognition of hit regime bj even though sales of concen wreckage. World Airlines, laid after be be much lees of a problem from Movies" screens "Phone Call wealthy beauty who framed Nim'i military Junta, caning
trite down about 40" percent flew the F104F a pilot standpoint than anticlpa From A stirring
the United Stiles, which bat are Meanwhile, Americans and : Stranger him on an assault charge Scott the seizure of power an internal
more thin 15,000 troopi li for the first liven week;. West Germans united In aorroi "The simulated set flight pro ed," Brlnk'i report to America Bette Davis, Shelley Winters Marlowe and Diane McBaln purge rather thin a coup
of the marketing season, con over the deaths of the thre file. .revealed no major problemi concluded and Gary Merrill. d'etat
Viet Nam. have leading roles. :
South"The U. S, Embassy here pared with last season the dollar Americans. which cannot be easily Capt. C. M. Stubben Cent ABC preempt. "Breaking Friday "We have not had one shot
value of the concentrate A spokesman for the Wleabaii overcome by sound preparation nental'i director of Jet training, Point" for one hour of Winter all."
letter today siylni, NBC'i "International Show. fired bloodshed at
tent ui a any
of recognl sold li down by only 20 per en police said although the city and planning on the partof commented that "the pilot who Olympic filmed results. Sched
there"It no problem. cent," Rutledge said. did not declare formal perks the airlines. Once itablied in does a good Job ol flying to- uled are the men'a giant slalom
tlon, In Khanh his hand..Id. of mourning many prlv.telyowned a supersonic cruise condition, dsy'i jet. and flies then II In skiing; and Isdies figure Four Artists To Paint Same

paper In Washington, U. S. offlc. Finale Is TodayContinued West German flags wer flight is very smooth and com they should be flown would have skating
( lowered to half-staff. The airmen fortable." no trouble checking out on the "East Side West Side" on I
said American recognition
Ills were killed Tuesday. Mueller did not discount an lit." CBS has a repeat, "No Hiding
South Viet Nam will not be ( From Page One)
of Interrupted by Khanh'i coup,,, Ing the horse abort Kelley sale The first of three aeparad Interesting and unusual posslbll-/ "I feel that passenger will Place," story of unethical real Subject In Demonstrationhave

which li not regarded at a ma that Windsor Castle Just b.ln.tbeen memorial services, in accordance Ity, however. This li weightiest- accept supersonic flight even estate operators taking; advantage -
the situation. In the mood 10 far durIng with the wishes of the I ness In the cabin of a supersonic more readily than they hive the of a Negro family
'jor change In three widow, wn scheduled In airliner He said that in subsonic Jets," he added Tuesday The Ridge Art Center will! bees shown her and
officials also said (It I this show But If he is, then
(The the St. Augustine Episcopi Another Winter Olympics report present a special demonstration widely acclaimed ,
Increase he would be hard to beat for the ( 'I
may be necessary to Church for Lt. Ool. Get I on ABC preempts "The by three of the area'i well Recognized throughout the

the number of American techolciane top honors. aid A. Hannaford, 41, of Aui. Gets Upper Hand Greatest Show on Earth". known artiste and an English area for her flower paintings,
and the quantity of Kelley win b* aboard three tin, Tex. I Smallfry Scheduled event art ladiee artist now residing In Winter Mri. Dean li also highly-re

U. S. supplies in South VietNam other hones In the jumper Services for the men who< giant slalom, combined akj Haven, today at the center, 800 gadded ai a teacher

to accelerate the earn event. He will rids Sure Thing died with him, Capt. John F'I jump and toboggan finals Third St., SW, beginning at A native of England, Lewis

palga against Red guerrillas Blue Plum and Gray Aero al Lorraine, 34, of JacksonvilleFla. With TV Education ProgramNEW Beverly Hills la an exotic 2:30 p.m.The won in art scholarship to Seam-
there) of which have shown up well U ., and Capt. Donald G. MU dancer who appears on Jack artists scheduled to participate ington; College at the ag* of

competition to date. Any one lard, 33, of Uklah, Calif., will Benny's CBS program. Don Wilson In the demonstrationare eight. His father art
Five Are Hurt of these three horses could take be held Sunday and Monday at YORK (UPI-Bon up The program that attempts to feigns a broken leg and Mrs Kathleen Dickinson, dealer and Lewis bedtBIY opportunity

the top prize. Air Force chapels her and .t on archaeology telecommunlcalions answer some of the question. sends his make-bellev ion to Tom Glenn, Mrs. Mary Demand to learn from such

(Continued From Page One) While aav hone that Kelley' Frankfurt.The bridge building, clockworks for youngsters also tries to whet do hit Job. Benny has trouble. Arthur E. Lewis, who his great artists 11 Laura Knight,

and contusions of the left knee rides It a threat In the jumper bodies of the three auto mechanics and their appetites for more know!. The first of two successive been In the United States only Burlelgh Burke, and, BasilMghtmgsle. .
admitted with sweepsteaks, there are other Americana were turned over to "NBC White Paper" documeniries since 1000.Accordlnl. .
McCloud wit that will be In contention for a U. S. military convoy from other complicated subjects edge of subjects covered. That' on the Cuban problem to a spokesman of He liter won a scholarship to

back Injury.State Shoenborn the top prize. Ben O'Meara, a West Berlin by Communist authorities Otherwise, the imallfry tn why Platles advises parents tc occupyi the usual Bell Telephone the Art Center, each of the study art at Regent' Street

Trooper R.damage T. to the member of the U S. Olympic They were flown to the your family! might get to thinking have answer ready for the"whys" -A n d y Williams spice artiste will depict the same subject Polytechnic, London ind1 studied
$600 Team, hat three horses entered, Air Force Base here Friday, you're a dunderhead.One children will Thin one li called "Cubit I Bayof matter In his or her own pastela under Harold Cox.'
Gidbory car and $100 to the California Witch Doctor and where their T39 Sabrelinei reason: A new cartoon come up Pigs" Detailing events lead. particular style and media. The He also did heraldic work and

pole. with Bat Boy, Any one of them t' training jet took off last Tues seriea that teaches youngsters after watching the show. log up to and through the abortive subject will be a itiU life with lettering at the City of London
Cadbory wai charged the $5,000 prize about such things while making What, besides comedy make invasion by anti-Castro flowers School of Art. _

.Teckleis driving. Anaconda with Frank Chapo day.Grimfaced airmen and theli them laugh Saturday morning this "teaching television" program forces in 1061. Mri. Dickinson is well known Hi* works have bees exhibited

Injured In the second eccl up will b* hard to beat also, wives paid a simple, silent tribute over CBS television. different: teacheri nationwide Wednesday for her murals In Nora MayoBell. In various art societies in
dent, which occurred about 5:3: < the show "Ten has the She Is also known for her England and since coming to
Then too, Kathy Kusner, also to fallen comrades In .n The Idea for make suggestion it to Juan Robirdi Jr.
a.m. Saturday near Lake Artan : a member of the U. S. Olympic 1 honors ceremony alongside the nessee Tuxedo," was dreamedup what might be included In subSequent title role In Robert E. Shl'r.wood' many other paintings and the U. S. he has had an exhibition

; In Auburndale, when Team, will be riding Sky Ghost. I C130 Hercules transport thellew by Cy Plattei, a cereal firm programs. Tutors preSenting "Abe Lincoln In Illinois drawings. at the Norton Gallery\. ,
Thomas Lewis, 17, and Jerry Four foreign entries also pose [ the remains to Wiesbaden executive. the belt Ideas got $200 ," which his been adaptedinto Glenn ll a student it St. West Palm Beach
McKnight 19, both of Auburn- threats. From Mexico arc I The three bodies will be flowsback Ask him what filled his nog Before deciding on the format 90-mlnute form for another Petersburg Junior College majoring The public 1 I' invited to attend

dale, and John Brady, 21, of Joaquin Perei DeLaa Hens, to the United States for gin' with the Idea of using of the new show, the producers "Hallmark Hall of Fame" spe In art Ills paintings the demonstration

Winter Haven. All were treated Emilio Atcarraga and Rlcbar I burial next week. comedy a* a basis for educationand took a poll of children

and released at the hospitil. do Guascb. These three are An Air Force spokesman sail you get this answer: at different age levels .In K( __
Details of the accident were I the three widow were "takinj, "Getting to understand the -- _- _-- -- -- -- '
members of their country's cities across the country. = --= -- --
not available. I this tragedy magnificently" world around and the miracles -- -
Olympic I team. you The survey revealed that and -I-II
Ireland has lent the Honorable "The Air Force It proud, everyone takes for grant mated cartoons traded them
South FloridaContinued I Diana Connolly-Carew to and all Amerlcani should be ed, U a fabulous adventure most and held their Interest I I II II

ride In the sweepstakes. She proud, of these women," he crowded with I.ugh.." longest.It I

( From Pig One) has already piled up a numberof said Plattea claims the most over also showed a great bun I ,

In music at the university. All points with her two mounts, worked and under-aatisfied get, almost acute, for informs
proceeds will go to the fund. Barrymore and Errlgall. She, Billy Graham word In the language Is "why." lion about the world. I :

There will be a donation of Shirley Morgan, Carol Hofmann, "But what happens," he Mainstays of the show In I

$1 for adulti. Children and Mrs Lyn Firestone, Dorothy (Continued From Page One) asked, "when your ion or elude Tennessee, a cocky, know. ,
students will be admitted free MacLeod and Kathy Kusner pent many sleepless hours daughter oaks how does the it-all penguin: Chumley, an !

of charge. comprise a formidable array of thinking about his friends' urg phone work where does elec. Idiot walrus; and a bsld-headed
Ticket for the concert maybe members of the distaff set who ng that be run for president trinity come from, what li but highly intelligent old fel

purchased from all music will compete In the main at Graham said he realized music, where does money come low named Mr Whoopee. I I II II

department student at Winter traction. I there are today "gravi national from These three atari, and their

Haven Senior High School, Den- Following the completion of md international dangers" thai "Chances are, you stand there various zoological and human

Icon Junior High School, West- the jumper sweepstakes, the lie laid worried him. with egg: on your face" friends, cavort In the education
wood Junior High School, VandeverJohn sweepstake champion But he laid, "the greatest ll gagfest.It I
Pharmacy or at open Jumper tervlce I can render to God leo Is In the of Ten-
and reserve champion will recounting I I Ii
Nora Mayo Hall on concert be named. While the $5,000 Flor- continue" preaching the got Junior CollegeContinued nessee'a delightful escapades

night Ida Concentrate winner will pick pel. away rfom his cage In the too i
Graham even kept his part From PUt One)
a lot of points It doesn't I that the children are rather
up iffillation a secret Dr. Lenfesty said that the educated.
necessarily mean that the winner He has been invited to pray school would be operated year
will be the overall Jumper it the President' break. "com I
prayer round using a system
chi mplon. Points are given and for ait next week In Washington, pilable with the trimester bedspreads Newest spread that are around machinewashable are A new News Stand has opened tn I
each Jumping event any
md has appeared at II
many system used by the four yearInstitutions. I
colorfast, fire resistant I
horse could win t h overall )Democratic gatherings ."
and wrlnkle-resistant. Winter Haven. It offers I complete
title. But know If I
Republican groups are One Lion wanted to
Last year Jacks or Better waileclired Iso reported to have been In. he would have to pay the full The bedspreads are woven of I I
the open jumperhamploa crested in him and the cur- price If he went one night a fiberglass yarn and do not selection of Newspapers Magazinesand

though he finished ent speculation about a preslential week to take one course. Dr require Ironing I
ourth In the Concentrate event draft linked him with Dr Lenfesty answered that the Books. It's located at 271 West

Windsor Castle won the sweep- the Republican party. cOlt would probably run $7 per For great baked potatoes I
1i .takes, but wasn't In the run- semester hour. Central Ave. right next door to
nine for the overall title. Another Lion wanted to know
While the Jumpers will hold Survey how many teachers they planned Cheez Whiz em! Anderson Drug in Hub of t,

the Interest of the spectators (Continued From Page One) to open with. Dr. Lenfesty told
during the early part of the dale have him that a survey by the state I
out that
they Downtown Winter Haven.
.how, the parade and show fca't went large delegationsir bowed that they could expect ,
torsei will come In for a lot of pedal favors. bout 500 students the first

attention after the jumper stakes The survey team' chedule year, This would require about
completed. ill '0" teacher. He also said that I,

The finest In show horses win 10 .m.-I" acres offered by hey would conduct further

be paraded for the fans. In- Holland Brothers five miles surveys.The .

luded: will be the Arabian outh of lAke Wales on Hwy. final question was; "When
Piree Called Championship will it open?"
n. Mot of this property U un- ,
Stake the Single Roadster Pony eveloped. "We will open In September it! .

rhamplonship Stake, the Parade 11:30: ajn_The Winter Haren Dr. LenJesty finished. "You Spoon Lee's NEWS STAND'Suna.f i1
lorse Championship Stake the Golf Course This 96.acre may think w. can't do it. but cbeez Wba htiMMs, t
Ive-Gaited Saddle Horse Ama you know now we always I
lUe WM offered by the city Its
cur Stake the Pleasure Horse In a residential area, has all wait till the last minute anyway Heat it I

Western Pleasure Horse, Single 'lItJlitJl'l. i* landscaped and we just decided not to
ackney[ Pony Grand Champion- waste a year." tvdNMISMSpread
roots on a lake. It includes aclubhou.
.hip, and Morgan Horse Cham- .*. The speaker was Introduced it! ii ,
b Program Chairman Jim
lonshlp. Lake iy I
1:45 p.m.--40 acres on .
The final performance of the Irlana In AuburndUl offeredy Greenfield. d .tosnctaKRAFT 0 I I

1v.-day show will begin tonight >y the Anther I President Charles Goshorn
.t T.30 with 100 evens schediled. 40 acre are available resented certificates of outstanding '8 _....zln. .' ,
I achievement to Lions
or 190,000. Bill Coker and Roy Clark jMsteurixed preMi theeeIprta I '
i:30 p.m.-Eaton Park Site
which were Issued by Lions ** rer !BIM W
ffered by the American Cyan-
international for their effort clleeet
amid Co. This alt* ii M acre, I hall rI
Jfie g.l In obtaining new members.
G oIJv Sullies CtmLws g.l.r" low U pasture land I

1:15 p.m.-IO acres adjacent II I I Inl
t 9 the north of Lake Hancock.Tils .
l lr
land, offered by Marshall

lampion as undeveloped. Adams Building Materials
4 p.m. Th Barlow Air

B..*. This U the temporaryite

CONSOLIDATEDINSURANCE of the Junior College. It 1807 7th Street S.W. r
includes 128 acres and 46 buildnfs. I

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.. Third Place In Saddle Seat Equitation Drive Pat Boone In Single Hornets Pony Class aa Owned and Shown by Roy WESTERNWlnterr! Haven

Summaries of Friday's events Leonard Croft, third; Blat I owned and ihown by Mri. Victoria and ahown by Mary Elizabeth Tampa, first; Louise Carlton, Seaford, Del., first; Keff Mac, Hunter $150 Stake Fulbrlght, ow'i Blaze, owned and shown
In the Imperial Charity Horse Ronore, owned by Donoghue: Armstrong, Brampton, Olyer, first; Nancy, owned by Lakeland, aecond; Kay Kum- owned by R. D. Woodward Jr. I owned by Country Club Stables by V, G. Gochner of Aurora,
ShoW: are hi follows: Arabian Farm and shown by Canada, tint; Pilot Model, Lazy J T Ranch of New Orleans mer, Lakeland, third; Michelle of Quincy and ahown by Julie : of Defray Beach and shows by Ohio, first; May Madness,,
Arabian Halter Class (Stallion I La, and shown by Patty Sorrells Lake Alfred fourth; Munroe, second; Kebu, owned I owned by Randolph Farms and
; Arabian Halter Clan (Senior Armstrong, aecond. owned Mr. and Mrs. William Winter Haven third Lark, owned by Golden Shoe Belle
ShoriB, IWned and shown by by Kathie Etheredge, B I r tow, ; Pulque, second; Midnight Georgia ,
Granier, Ormond Beach, Champion Mare) Tondelayo Morgan Horses, Ladies My Glencock of hotheads, Md., and sixth owned and shown by Carol Farm and shown by Stefanle L. owned by Mr. and Mrs Charles
Sylvl(Akhar Hamid, owned by owned by Donaghue Farms of Sweet Sue, owned by Mrs. Edward shown by Becky Batchelor, Junior Working Hunter (Un Chapman, fourth; Little Enable Zochner, second; Blue Fox, Webb and shown by hits
first William -X. Hawb of Corpus Gouda Tex., first; Shady J. Poitran of Hoiliston.I third; King Creole) owned by der Saddle) Summer Session, owned by R. D. Woodwardand owned and shown by W. Dar- Charles Webb of Macon Ga
Chrifll l and shown by Acres Monaiao, owned by Donald Maai, and shown by Mn Con Mr and Mn. William Ludwigand owned by Ramble Stables of shown by Susan Woodward, den Hall, third; White Light- third; Colonel's Lady, ownedand
:Jex. second Booth of Seaford Dela., I rad O'Connor, first; Llppit Bob shown by Cathy Thompson, Miami and shown by Phyllis fifth; Khalif, owned by Mri. ning, owned and shown by Mary shown by Bill Aahmore of
Wlllljm! <, Koslucger owned Donoug-( ; lecond. Kennuck of Fort Lauderdale, fourth. Fleischer, first;: Flower Girl John R. Vance and shown by Males, fourth; Mighty John Macon, Ga., fourth: El Dur-
hueArabian Don; :gypt, Farm by of Guild, Arabian Halter Claaa (Geldings second; Kane'i Spring Delite, Open Jumping ($1,000, TableIII owned and shown by Becky Romelle Vance of Miami, alxth. owned and shown by Mri. Wally ado's Queen Bee owned by Pat
Walter four yean and over) Al owned by Camelot Farms of Sec. 3)) Celebrity Beat, Batchelor, Miami I second; Junior and Novice Five-Gait- Holly, fifth; Washington Square, Church and shown by David
Tex:: and shown by Morah Sea Lion, owned by Wil- Fort Lauderdale and ahown by owned by Sally Lee Stables of Daily Nip, owned by SI Jayne ed Saddle Horses Gory Kolo- owned and shown by Ann Ken- Church of Hialeah, fifth; June's
ChatftnalC;; third; Ron Achdin, liam H. Hawn of Corpus Christ rama, owned by Mr. and Mri. owned by Harold
Thomas H White Jr., third; Alexandria, Va., and shown by and shown by Bunny Kiiorek, drick. Sunglow,
owntf# b7;.Blue creek Farm of and ihown by William C. Kolu- Trophy's Bracelet, owned by Walter Holly, first; Blue Plum, third; Romany Grey, owned Charles Glenn and ihown by Walking Horses Mares To Be Deal and shown by J. R.HisUer .
Clinton! .A C., and shown by cher first; Ben lion Harrah, Hainlin Mill Farm and shown owned by Chance Hill Farm of and shown by Judy Cox of Win Jim Ragsdale of Miami, first; Ridden by an Amateur-Shad- sixth.
Jamea A..Flsher, fourth. owned by Donaghu Arabian by Evelyn Nongels of Miami, Greenwich, Conn., and shown by ter Haven, fourth. Final Appeal, owned by Ran
ArAbiat. Halter Clan (Stal- Farms of Gouad, Tex., and fourth; R. R. Robbie Bracelet, David Kelley, aecond, Final Single Hackney Pony Driven dolph Farms and ihown by
Wont( foalfd in 1962) Gem shown by Walter Chapman, j owned by Hamlin Mill Farm Bid, owned by Lee Burney and by a Lady-Pilot Model, owned Paul Smith, second; Dancing'I I
Diamond, owned by Mr, and second Miraseyn, owned and 1 and shown by Winnie Doume, SI Jayne of Park Ridge, Ill\., and shown by Mrs. Victoria Glory, owned by Charles W, Television {In Review
Mrs: W. H. Flick of Coral shown by Ellie Rodriguez of fifth; Donna Juanita, owned and shown by Wally Holly Armstrong, first; King's Crys Glenn and shown by Marvin

Cabin, first; Trlangle'i Shan, Sarasota third. and shown by Mn Lucille Ken- third; Grey Ghost, owned by tal, owned and ihown by Mn. Lester, third; Stonewall'a Giant NEW YORK (UPI) The air I ever heard of when Hubert
owned and shown by Sylvia Morgan horses, 15 hands and owned by Mr. and Mn. John A.
I yon of Fernandina Beach, Mri. M. C. Randolph and shown Armstrong, aecond. that "18th Cen-
Greater of Ormond Beach, sec over Waiceka'i Nocturne, sixth by Kathy Kusner of UpperviUe, Three.Gaited Mares or Geld. Snively Jr and shown by Susan on NBC-TV Friday night was Humphrey said
ond.3 owned by Waaeeka Farm of Single Harness Pony (Driven Va., fourth; Sure Thing, owned inns To Be Ridden'! by A Lady Snively, fourth; Castle Rock of heavy with comedy and politics tury-Fox was going to five met
Albino Halter Classes Stallion Ashland, Man, and shown by by I Lady) Aloelarm Jona B, by Chance Hill Farm and -Mildred Adams, owned by Camelot owned by Camelot and the duo are not exactly contract.
In 1961)-Sjm Alaka, Mrs. Conrad O'Connor, first; I owned and shown by Mra Alan shown by David Halley, fifth; Mr. and Mra John A. SnivelyJr. Farms and ahown by John S, strange bedfellows. As an act, He said be never gets sore at
H: Hawn fad Donnete Camelot, owned and Robson first; Marden Fidelity, Merrymore, owned, and shown ., and ihown by Susan Snlve I Diehl, fifth used before this kind of witticism and add.
they've beep usually -
shown bjrWilH C. Keslucher ihown by Mra. Lucille Kenyonof owned and shown by Mn. Vic by the Honorable Diana Connolly ly of Winter Haven, first; Last Own Parade Horses The ,i
of Qttrpw Christi, Tex., first Fernandina Beach, lecond, I toria Armstrong, second; Yan- .Carew of Ireland, sixth I Minute Love owned and shown Apache Chief, owned and shown to grist luccess. I ..d: {
LewlefleH ; Bold Hawk, ownedby Taste Firefly, owned by kee Doodle Sweet Amber, owned Equitation Saddle Seat ((11- by Mri Marvin Lester, Davenport I 'rt Hagg first; TooA- However, tome of the humor "I tell you, I can't Sad anything
Cexfttfield and shown by Wiendonc Farm Alexandria, by Shephard'a Pony Farm of 13)) Susan Snively Winter Iowa, second, Spring Kind, owned by Allison Stables Friday night I didn't quite wrong with the 18th cello
Bob part of Charlotteivllle, Va., Ohio, and shown by Bob Hart, Tampa, third; Crystal Adore, Haven, first; Janice Jones, Miami Destiny, owned and shown by and shown by Cheryl Taylor, achieve the Will Roogeri touch. tury It produced some of the
iecoadl! Rod owned and third; Waaeeka'i Theme Song, I owned by Mrs. Victoria Arm second; Marsha Jones, Brieanne Jorgenson, Hallan- second; Pat'a Golden Boy, own
showH ;bf.lil> ay Longford of Coral owned by Waaeeka Farms and strong and ahown by Mrs. Leon Miami, third; Mary Mills; St. dale, third; Sparkling Kake ed by Allison Stables and shown "That Was The Week That greatest men we've ever had la

Gables third; Sequon, owned by shown by Mn. Conrad O'Con- a Franeschinn, fourth; Pat Petersburg, fourth; Scotty owned by Mr. and Mri. W. L by Michelle Sorrells. third; Parade Wai" came up with some political our history produced tome of
nor of Ashland, Mast, fourth; Boone owned and ihown Turnbull, fifth Janie Dean, Miami Marshal, owned by Wagon
Triable 3Sanch: and shown by by ; McLeod' of Norwood, N. C., folk songs that made a our greatest periods of govern
Llppit Bob Kennock, owned by Susan Snivel/ Winter Haven, lixth.Single I I fourth Stardust, owned and Wheel Stables and shown by
Haines ;
MixJCuljfcpper, valiant effort to draw satire ment. It was during those days
Mn. E. J, Kershaw of Fort '
fifth. Roadster Pony shown by Kay Harmon of Win- Patsy Tyson, fourth; King Coe'aPrincess
four Iae-Halter: Clan (Stal- I Lauderdale and thown by Lour- Equitation Hunter Seat (12 and under) JoReada'a 47"I ter Haven fifth: Captain's Fair owned and shown by out of the wai.week but still that we made great advance
Hons-foalSfl In 1960( or before) landa Kershaw, fifth; Donna yean and under) Arthur owned by Riverby Farms Lady, owned by Roger Dean Ike Turner, fifth had to fall back into such ancient socially, technologically and
lew owned by Mr and Juanita, owned and ihown by Fleischer, Miami, first; Pat Dublin Ohio, and shown Chevrolet and shown by Susan Fine Harness Horses (Driven japery ai the following, economically actually the
Ff.: and Mra. Lucille Kenyon of Fernan Klsey, Winter Haven lecond; Will B. Thomas, first; Little I Dean, sixth by Amateur) Alluring Lady, liberals want to go back to the
Mri Philip Marracclnl of, dina Beach, lixth. Chris MacDonald, Plymouth, Boo Up, owned by John Craw Single Harness Pony Driven owned by Mr. and Mn. Alan one of the couplets about Barry 18th century and we conservatives
Ward Mlaml"firjtr
ihowl J.Inrvln owned Three.Gaited Adult (Amateurto fourth; Jenny Kinney Winter ford and ihown by W. S. GarthJr. by an Amateur Jubilee's Robaon and shown by Mri. Goldwater: want to get them kickingand
Rehraf, byBalitalRanch Ride) Boston Jubilee, Haven, fifth; Karen Eavey of Sartrace, Tenn., second; Colossal, owned by Mrs. Vic- Robaon, first; Stonewall'i In "He don't find any merit In the screaming up to the 20th
of laurens, S. owned by Adelaide Snyder Industries Maker owned by Fred owned by John Craw-
Rockledge, sixth. Music toria Armstrong and shown by vasion humble and century."
C., 7ndZ hewn by Leonard and ihown by Mn. Green Working Hunter (Open) Cantrell of Pinellaa Park and Dr. W, W. Bartlett first; Miss ford of Wartrace, Tenn., and Paar recalled that the last
Croftj, second; Pulque, owned Andrew Snyder of Hallandale, Sue Rutherford third shown W, S. Garth Jr. "Why don't they inherit t department
Jonnie B, owned by Fairfield shown by ; Judy, owned and shown by by second time Goldwater was his guest,
and ehown by Carol Chapman first; Genius of Camelot ownedby Farm and shown by Rodney Defenders' Red Flash, owned Mri. Alan Robson, second; ; Stonewall Sportsman, ..tord"1I0wever he had laid to the senators
of Gdal, Tex, third; Raffle-on, Camelot Farms and shown Jenkins of West Palm Beach, and shown by Mra C J. Newsman Yankee Doodle Sweet Amber owned by Randolph Farms and the people who putbookie' "Welcome to Rockefeller Plaza.
owned and shown by Dr. C. L. by Richard P. Grey of Fort first; Master Tom, owned by of Thonotasna, fourth; owned by Shepherd's Farm and shown by Paul Randolph, third; shop here Friday ." Friday night, Paar asked
Campbell of Tallahassee, fourth Lauderdale, second; Right Decision Fairfield Farm and shown by Mighty Mouse, owned by Fred shown by Bill Shepard; third, Lady Warlord owned by Dr. with a tremendous problem, if Goldwater was counting on
Arabian Halter Clashes (Grand owned by Holland Ranch Rodney Jenkins, second; The Contrell of Pinellaa Park and Pat Boone, owned and shown and )fra. W. L. McLeod and and we ought to be Indebted to the primaries to help him.
Champion Senior Stallion) and shown by Mra Elliott Holland Cuber, owned by Risln' Creek shown by Ann Rutherford by Susan Snlvely, fourth. shown by Harriet McLeod,
them for hard and fast work
a Goldwater Oh I'm countingon
Syn Ababa, owned by WilliamH. of St. Petersburg, third; Farm of Macon Ga., and shown fifth; Donny Sunset, owned and Five Gaited Saddle Ponies fourth; Mr. Cypress Gardens deal of and :
Hawn of Corona Christi Tex, Fair Tip, owned by Randolph by Earl Frailer, third; Lady shown by Leo Correll of Tam Open Handy Bunch, owned owned by Mr and Mri John good bravery, a everything. New Hampshire
and flown William Lolucker, Farm of Clearwater and shown A. Snlvely Jr. and ahown generally amusing show. could become muddled because
Coosaw, owned by Coosaw pa, sixth and shown by Mary Mills of St. by .
flntr,Falep, owned by Mr. and by Dick Randolph fourth; Copper Farm, Dade, S. C., and ahown Walking Horse, Stallion and Petersburg, first; The Mighty John A. Snively Jr., fifth; My Goldwater In the flesh followed we now have Nelson Rockefeller -
Maracclnl of Miami Rocket owned and shown Ridden Ama Golden Rose, owned by "TWTWTW. He was a and myself, and I under
Mn .PhUllp by Russell Stewart, fourth; Gelding ( by an Houdlnl, owned and shown by Roger
,;jecond. I by Mn. Alan Robson of West Shady Lady, owned by Coosaw teur) Midnight Sunstreak, Richard Peacock of Miami Dean Chevrolet and shown by featured guest on the Jack stand that--
Arabian Halter Class (Grand Chester, Pa, fifth; Caaaanova, Farm and ahown by Russell owned and shown by Ed Streetof second. Susan Dean, sixth Paar show, along with two co- Paar: Are you friendly with
Champion Stallion) Syn Ala.I owned and shown by Mn. Andrew Stewart. Johnson City, Tenn., first; Single Roadster To Be shown Junior Working Hunter (HuntIng medians Victor Borge and Jonathan I him?
ba, owned by William H. Hawn Snyder of Hallandale, Equitation Hunter Seat (13 Sun't Go Boy Again, owned by an Amateur Black Jag Attire) Duly Nip, owned Winters. But don't kid Goldwater: Oh, yes, I" v I
of Corpus Christi, Tex., and lixth. through 17) Simonetta Bul- and shown by V, G. Gochner of uar, owned by Mr. and Mrs. by SI Jayne and shown by Bun yourself, the senator can be known Nelson-
shows by William Koilucker, Polk and Surrounding Count garelli, Pompano Beach, first; Aurora, Ohio, second; Confederate John A. Snively Jr. and shown ny Klaierek tint; Flower Girl, quite an ad Jibbing quipster Paar: No kidding, :you really
ties Saddle Seat Equitation, 12 Raider owned by Crown owned and shown by himself. And quite a personality like him and you're friendly
first;; Falep, owned by Mr. and ( Phyllis Fleischer, Miami second by John A. Snively Jr., Winter Becky
Mn. Philip Marracmnt of Laurent and Under) Mary Lib Ca. ; Bunny Kisorek Park Point Farm and shown by Mrs Haven, first; Lady Mary, own Bachelor, second; B1 I a 11 n g in his own right. and everything?
S. C. tecond. ion, owned by Pineview Stables Ridge, 111, third Becky Batchelor Robert Schleicher of Crown ed by W. M. Gill Jr., and Lady owned by B W. Yar- He moved briskly onstage to Goldwater: We get along
Arabian Halter Clan (Filllei of St. Petersburg, tint: Bar Miami, fourth; Jiffy Fogle, Point Ind., third: Sun Dust's shown by John Brownlee of brough of Miami and mown by the music of "Ragtime CowboyJoe fine
foaled In.1963)) El Malike. bara Simpson, Winter Haven, St. Petersburg, fifth; Christine Fury, owned by Marry Mount Oklahoma City, second; Flight Karen Herndon, third: Shop ," and before hi. interviewwith Paar: Boy, ft doesnt look
owned by Dr. and Mn. AlbertG. second; Scotty Turnbull, Winter Hood Winter Haven, sixth. Farms, Renessalaer, Ind, and Commander, owned and shown Around, owned by Fairfield Paar was over he actuallygot like it, I tell you that
King' of Lakeland, first; Haven, third; Melinda Sorrells, Working Hunters, Ladies shown by Raymond Smith, by John C. Kistler of Conover, Farms and shown by Lit in a poweful plug for the Goldwater: I use his gasoline
Kenean owned and ihown by I Lake Alfred fourth; Ann Grif- Fulrlght owned by Country fourth; Go Boy'a Champ, ownedby N. C., third; Eddie Baker Stralle. fourth. I 18th century. He said bethought and he uses my taxes. It'. aa
Amy Sue.Enders: of Fort Pierce, fifth; Winter Haven, fifth; Avis Club Stable and shown by Car- Fieldstone Farm of Macon, owned by K A. Conway of Atlanta Amateur Owner Working "it's the sharpest line even swap .
second Parsons, Winter Haven, lixth. lene Blunt of Del Ray Beach, Ga, and shown by Frank Tal- Ga., and shown by Mrs.
FilQei foaled In 1962 (Arabian Open Western Stock Horse first; Let's Dance, owned by bot, fifth; Midnight Ship's Go Martha Myers; fourth; Moon
Clash) -4 MPR Joanlleah Son. Easter'i Sport, owned and Fairfield Farm and shown by By, owned by Randolph Farmsof Shot owned and shown by W,
aire,-owned by Dr. and Mn. I shown by Roy Bienko, Winter Kathy Xusner West Palm Clearwater and shown by S. Garth Jr. of Athens, Ala.,
Albert! G;:' King of Lakeland Haven, tint; Scotty owned by Beach, second; Mortal, owned Paul Randolph, lixth. fifth; Happy Landing, owned by
owned William H. Hawn of Corpus by Patrick Butler and shown by Green Jumpers (Table 1)) Leon H. Dotson and shown by
firit ;MPR Shana Lad,
and ;shown by Mra Millie Shea- Christi, Tex, and shown by Stephanie Zacker third; Kin,'. Cornbread, owned by Oakdale Nancy Dotaon of Miami, aisth.
aecond. Carol Chapman, aecond; Castle, owned by Si Jayne and Farm of Birmingham Ala., and Equitation Saddle Seat ((14- .t
rouse-of Lakeland
Preacher, owned by Rlverby shown by Dorothy MacLeod of shown by Russell Stewart, tint; 17) Alene Rogers, Miami,
Arabian Halter Clan Junior
Farmi of Dublin, Ohio, and Park Ridge, III., fourth; Daily Silver Lining, owned by Country first; Bettie Stevens, Winter
Champion Mare El Malika, shown by Fred Boggt, third; Nip, owned by SI Jayne and Club Stables and shown by Haven, second; Kathy O'Brien, r
owned by Dr. and Mn. Albert Gray Pepper, owned and shown shown by Carol Hoffman, fifth. Carlene Blunt, second; Little North Miami Beach, third; tra
Kinglrf Lakeland, first; MPR by Judy Stephens of Sarasota, Pony Working Hunter Division Girl, owned by Lazy J-7 Stables Beverley Fox, Miami, fourth;
Jamileah Stmlra, owned by Dr. fourth; Seoul, owned and shown -Open-Lady Kola, owned and shown by D. W, Cattleman, Felicia Smith Miami, fifth;
and Mn, Albert King of Lake- by Virginia A, James of Sara- and shown by Mary Elizabeth third; Shore Leave, owned by Susan Smith, St. Petersburg,
land< eeond iota, fifth; Steve'i Tippy own Oyler of Purcellville, Va, first; ABS Farms and shown by Bar sixth: Molly Comm Tampa
Ardbiaq'Hsdter Class (mares ed by Franke Murphy and King Creole, owned by Mr. and ry Label of Morrlstown, N. J., seventh: Michelle Sorrels Lake
foaleg lit 1W '- LewitfieldNiulta shown by Harry Dawning of St. Mra. William Ludwig of Bethesda fourth; Bayardo, owned and Alfred, eighth.
owned by Lewiafieldand Petersburg, lixth. lid, and shown by Kathy shown by Jane Vaughn of Western Pleasure H 0 rat t iI
ihowa by Bob Hart of Arabian Western Pleasure Thompson, second; Tony, owned Brooksvllle, fifth. Open Ree Sting, owned by r
ChartdtteiVSlle, Va., first; Ronaua I Scotty, owned by William H. and shown by Vickie Eastman Pleasure Horses (Open Hack Gene Kelly and shown by Mike !!,
owned ty Donoghue Arabian Hawn of Corpus Christi, Tex., I of Winter Haven, third; Topper, Type.Set Tail) Lippit Bob Kelly of Fort Lauderdale first;
Tarn( of Oflal, Tex, and shown and ahown by Carol Chapman, owned by BiUie Heard and Kennuck, owned by Mn. E. J. Ser-Hy owned by William A.
by Welter Chapman, second; I first; Asndin, owned by Blue shown by Arthur Fleischer Kerihaw of Fort Lauderdale and Hawn and shown by Carol
Acrett Geievleve, owned by Creek Farm of Clinton S. C., fourth. shown by Lourlnda Kerihaw, Chapman aecond; AI March
Donogjiue Arabian Farm of Go- and shown by James A, Fisher Working Hunters-Under Sad firat; Donna Juanita, owned Sea Lion, owned by William H.
lia TMx, third: Conner Nlzione, second; AI March Sea Lion, dle Daily Nip, owned by Si and shown by Mri. Lucille Ken' Hawn and shown by William
owneX byrBoll Hal Ranch: of owned by William H. Hawn of Jayne and shown by Bunny yon, second; Sugar and Spice, Koslucher third; Easier Bobby
Laurfps, % C., and shown by Corpus Christ!, Tex., and shown Klzorek, first; Kin,'. Castle, owned and shown by Susan owned by Shirley Pickerd and art
Leonard Gmfta, fourth.ArbianHalter by William Kolucher, third; owned by Si Jayne and ahown Wyllys of Lake Alfred third; shown by Max Culpepper
Clan (Mares Blot Ronaro, owned by Dona by Dorothy MacLeod aecond; R. R. Bobbie Bracelet, ownedby fourth; Captain E. Z. Over,
foaleff: 19fl, or before) Ton- ghue Arabian Farm of Goliad Bellino owned by Risln' Creek Hamlin Mill Farm and owned by Susan Moxln and
dalyo owned by Donaghue Tex., and shown by Walter Farm and shown by Earl Frailer shown by Emelya Mangels, shown by Linda Moxin, fifth;
ArabUn |)rm of Colic, Tex., Chapman, fourth; Silver Pearl, third; Let'a Dance owned fourth; C'eat Si Bon, owned and Pulque, owned by Carol Chapman
and ttowq.'by Walter Chapman, owned by Frank Smathera Jr., by Fairfield Farm and ahown : shown by Carol Patterson of and ahown by Walter
; Shady Acres Monoiia, and shown by Buck Grow, fifth; by Rodney Jenkins, fourth; Orlando, fifth; Mr. Bud owned Chapman, alxth.
owned by Donald Booth of Sea- Jirji, owned by Triangle Ranch Galloping Hill owned by Wa- and shown by Cherie llickman Arabian Pleasure Horse, English -
ford ela. and ihown by BobHarttfiecond of Winter Haven and shown by verly Farm and shown by Price of Orlando, sixth (Owner or Immediate member YOUNG ARTIST Jay Melver puts the finishing touches en Ms giraffe which Is
; Witch'i Brew, Max Culpepper'sixth. McIntosh fifth. Polk and Surrounding Count of family to ride) A being displayed at the Winter Haven Public Library. The children at the Merry Moppets
own 4..b.: Bali Hal Ranch of Single Hackney Pony (Driven Pony Working Hunter (Under ties Saddle Seat Equitation (13- March Adandy, owned and Kindergarten have a display on creative arts for five-year-old, "'n. Jane Williams art
Laurtllf;;S. C.. and shown by by Amateur) Crystal Jewel, Saddle) Lady Kale, owned 17 years) Molly Corum shown by Donald F. Booth U teacher supervises Jays work. '


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historic Georgetown a lecUonof the creative arts but it must three areas.
the city which holds many be remembered that every First, la the public area
memories for the former first
garden Is of
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The year-old widow and and that, therefore endless the house and the street. Thij SPECIAL! .
Caroline 6, and .John Jr., 3, possibilities In the development should be simply p:. ,d. For .
moved into the 12 room, three-
I of the smallest, least basic plantings, it la a good
story federalist style house at pretentious garden. "ALL PURPOSE"
policy and downright economical
301T N St. Saturday. I
Moving In with them for a The University of Florida to use evergreenshrubs BACON WESSONOIL
Urn ia Mn. Ktnnedy'i offered an extension course elements in any given area -ones which will not
sister Princess Lee Radzlwlll several years ago, "Plantingsfor ao that the greatest degree be affected by audden dropsin
and her two youngsters, Auth- Florida Homes" and la of order ia achieved. temperature. Some of these
ony, 5, and year-old Anna this week's article I will In landscape design, aa inall are: Sesanqua Azalea, Vi
Christina. touch on just some of the other fields of artistic en- burnum (which !i one of our
All they had to do la walk high points which this! course deavor, simplicity la essent heartiest, practically bug- 24.CL
across the street from the homeof covered. ial. A few plants well chosen proof and has a wide rangein
Undersecretary of State W. The architecture of the and properly placed are of. regard to Its growth habits 2SCBTL.
Averell Harriman and his wife house U of first! importance.As ten all that are necessary. ranging from small compact
where they have been living the modern Florida house Certainly there is a trend bushes to Urge, almost a
temporarily while the home ia usually compact and stands away from overplanting which tree like), blue plumba ,. (LIMIT ONE WITH YOUR f 1 OR
Mrs. Kennedy purchased was on a comparatively small baa long been a serious fault go, cattley guava jasmine MORE FOOD ORDER, PitASI)
being readied for occupancy, piece of property, so a frank. in many gardens liguitrum, dwarf holly, and
Most of Mrs. Kennedy's belongings ly formal treatment should be A proper scale re'atlonshlp!: thyrallis. LB.
already hid been given to most of our small between the plants and the The second subdivision Is
moved into the 169-year-old gardena of today. This does building they are to accent the private living area the
house. She purchased the house not mean stiff unpleaslng is most essential. Think of garden proper or the Out-
for about $175.000 from invest beds in the form of stars your house aa a picture and door Living Room. This is
went broker James Gibson late and crescents, but simply that the landscaping as the frame. the largest part of the ideal
last month. the architectural lines of the The modern small house requires small property and the one
house be projected and be plants that are dense that the family enjoys.
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real foundation of every garden branches. Your nurseryman the kitchen entrance Smoked
or BIDS) WANTED nv design so great care must can be of great help In the the drying yard, etc. This la,
SOWN OF EAULB LA. IB:, FLA. be exercised to have the plan selection of such shrubs of course, the smallest area SPECIAL !
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Town Council of the Town of. II *- completely functional. Balance of Interest on either and can be screened from
ale I Lak.. Polk County Florida, will The best definition of design aide of an axis is also the outdoor living room and 3
rteelv sealed bid. unlU ( 00 p.ra. which fulfills our need la, "The necessary in good design the street by a fence or an PICNICS 33 NEWT "BLUE"
chaw on February and removal T. Setfor of the following the pur- orderly placing of all of the Almost all modern resident- evergreen hedge.
described property to-wili CHEER
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.n a rcaaonabl turn within which Saturn V, the mightiest rocket States orbited six years ago Center Haney, a veteran newsman .
to remove the Hid haul. at hi. the world has ever known, Paul Friday. named STEWING .
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'1IIellM, from the above described Haney, the new head of publicity "The space age la now coming recently aI
location.Address an Wdi to Town Coun for the Federal Space upon its seventh birthday" lic affairs officer at the Houston 15 5" I
elL % Town Clerk .P.O. Boa 130, Agency, predicted Friday night. Haney ..Id. "and I was taught facility
Eagle take. Florida.The the Haney laid Saturn V was capable that seven Is the age of reason
Town Council sneer"1 HENS
right to refuse any or all bide or of orbiting around the I .don't think It (the space program A POOR LOSER
to accept any bid at their d.scre. earth a 240ooo.pound payload. ) needs any more defense LONDON UPI) A little .
lion.By Order of the Town Council He said it would provide the than that"America's man in a black coat and
Frank D. Wood Prelidnt power to boost America'i goal to put a man blacker mood stomped out of abookie's
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Summaries of Friday's event Leonard Crofts, third; Blat' owned and shown by Mrs. Vie and shown by Mary Elizabeth Tampa, first; Loulte Carlton, I I Seiford Del., first; Keff Mac,, Hunter $ISO Stake Fulbrlght, I ow's Blaze, owned and shown
In the Imperial Charity Hors Ronore, owned by Donoghu: tori Armstrong, Brampton, Olyer] first; Nancy owned by] Lakeland second; Kay Kum owned by R. D. Woodward Jr. owned by Country Club Stablesof by V, G. Gochner of Aurora,
ShoW: ace as follows: Lazy J T Ranch of New Orleans of and shown Julia Ohio first Madness,,
Arabian Farm and shown bWalter Canada, first; Pilot Model, mer, Lakeland, third; Michelli Quincy by Delray Beach and shown by ; May
Arjblan r s.i Halter Class (Stallion La., and shown by Patty] Sorrells, Lake Alfred fourth; Munroe, second; Kebu, owned owned by Randolph Farms and
Chapman, fourth. I owned and shown by Mrs. Via Connolly second Cordial Miss Bettie and shown Hager Carlene Blunt, first; South shown Mrs. Paul
. Shonft, ZV ned and shown by; Arabian Halter Class (Senior I tons Armstrong, second owned by Mr. and Mrs William Kathie Etheredge, Bartow. Winter Haven, third; Pulque,, Lark, owned by Golden Shoe second; Midnight Georgia Belle,
Sylvl Granier, Ormond Beach Champion Mare) Tondelayc, ,I Morgan Horses, Ladies My Glencock of Bethesda, Md., and sixth owned and shown by Carol Farm and shown by Stefanle L. owned by Mr. and Mrs. Charles
(firiti*}Akn'ar Hamid, owned by: owned by Donaghue Farms of Sweet Sue, owned by Mrs Ed. shown by Becky Batchelor, Junior Working Hunter (Under Chapman, fourth; Little She Zochner, second; Blue Fox, Webb and shown by Mrs.Charles .
Wml.m.H. Hawb of Corpus Gouda Tex., first; Shady; ward J. Poitran of Holliston,, third; King Creole, owned by Saddle) Summer Session, bie, owned by R. D. Woodwardand owned and shown by W. Dsr- Webb of Macon, Gad:
Chrifil.; Tex and shown by Acres Monasto, owned by Donald I Miss, and shown by Mrs C Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig owned by Ramble Stables of I' shown by Susan Woodward, den Hall third; White Lightning third; Colonel's Lady,
second; I Booth of Seaford, Dela, I rid O'Connor, first; Llppit Bob and shown by Cathy Thompson,, Miami and shown by Phyllis fifth; Khalif, owned by Mrs. owned and shown by Mary and shown by Bill Ashmore of
Will&m C- Koslucger owned Donoug; second. I Kennuck of Fort Lauderdale,, fourth. Fleischer, first; Flower Girl, John R. Vance and shown by Males, fourth; Mighty John Macon, Ga, fourth; El Dur-
hue-Arabian Donjfegypt, Farm by of Gollad, Arabian Halter Class (Geldings second; Kane's Spring Delite, Open Jumping ($1,000, Table owned and shown by Becky Romelle Vance of Miami, sixth. owned and shown by Mrs Wally ado's Queen Bee, owned by Pat
Walter four years and over) AI I owned by Camelot Farms of III, See. 3)) Celebrity Best, Batchelor, Miami I I, second;; Junior and Novice Five-Gait- Holly, fifth; Washington Square, Church and shown by David
Tex., and shown by Morah Sea Lion owned by William Fort Lauderdale l and shown by owned by Sally Lee Stables of Daily Nip owned by Si Jaym ed Saddle Horses Gory Kolo- owned and shown by Ann Ken- Church of Hialeah fifth; June's
ChsQtnaO; third; Ron Achdin H. Hawn of Corpus Christ I rams, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Sunglow owned by Harold
Thomas H. White Jr., third; Alexandria, Va, and shown by and shows by Bunny Kizorek, drick. ,
own. bx .Blue Creek Farm of and shown by William C. Kolu I Trophy's Bracelet, owned by Walter Holly, first; Blue Plum,, third; Romany Grey, owned Charles Glenn and shown by Walking Horses Mires To Be Deal and shown by J. X.
Cllnfljn, ;" C., and shown by] cher, first; Ben Hon Harry:L i, llalnlm Mill Farm and shown owned by Chance Hill Farm of and shown by Judy Cox of Win Jim Ragsdale of Miami, first; Ridden by an Amateur-Shad- Histler, sixth
Jame ATisher, fourth. ; owned by Donaghu Arabian by Evelyn Nongels of Miami, Greenwich Conn., and shown by ter Haven, fourth. Final Appeal, owned by Randolph
ArJiblalt;, Halter Class (StslIllonaj Farms of Gobad, Tex., ant fourth; R. R. Robbie Bracelet David Kelley, second; Final Single Hackney Pony Driven Farms and shown by
foaled In 1962) Gem I' shown by Walter Chapman owned by Hamlin Mill Farm Bid, owned by Lee Burney and by a Lady-Pilot Model, owned Paul Smith, second; Dancing I
Diamond, owned by Mr, a n iMrsiv second Miraseyn, owned and and shown by Winnie Doume, Si Jayne of Park Ridge, 111, and shown by Mrs Victoria Glory, owned by Charles W, Television I In ReviewNEW
?. H. Flick of Coral! I' shown by Ellie Rodriguez of fifth; Donna Juamta, owned and shown by Wally Holly) Armstrong, first; King's Crystal Glenn and shown by Marvin
Gables" first; Triangle's Shan, Sarasota, third. I and shown by Mn. Lucille Ken- third; Grey Ghost, owned by owned and shown by Mrs Lester, third; Stonewall'i Giant, YORK (UPI) The sir I ever heard of when Hubert
owned and shown by Sylvia Hones, 15 band andover owned by Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Morgan yon of Fernandina Beach Mrs. M. C. Randolph and shown Armstrong, second. said that "18th CenturyFox
Grenler of Ormond Beach, sec Waaccka's Nocturne il, sixth by Kathy Kusner of UppervlUe, Three.Called Mares or GeldIngs Snively Jr. and shown by Susan on NBC-TV Friday night was Humphrey
owned by Waseeka Farm Snively fourth Castle Rock of heavy with comedy and politicsand was going to give mea
end.:2Arjblin Single Harness Pony (Drivenby Va, fourth; Sure Thing, ownedby To Be Ridden' by A Lady ;
Halter Clasaei (Stallion Ashland, Mass, and shown by i Lady) Aloelarm Jona B, Chance Hill Farm and -Mildred Adams, owned by Camelot, owned by Camelot the duo are Dot exactly contract"
foaled In 1961) Syn'Alaba, Mrs. Conrad O'Connor, flrati';; 'I owned and shown by Mrs. Alan shown by David Halley, fifth; Mr and Mrs. John A. SnivelyJr. Farms and shows by John S. strange bedfellows. As an act, He said he never gets sore at
owned byTWiUiam H! Hawn and Donnelt Camelot, owned and I Robaon first; Marden Fidelity M rrymort, owned and shown ., and shown by Susan SnlveIy I Diehl, fifth. they've been used before-usually this kind of witticism and add
showy bJCWIlllam\ C. Keslurher I shown by Mrs. Lucille Kenyon owned and shown by Mrs. Victoria by the Honorable Diana Connolly of Winter Haven, first; Last Own Parade Horses The ,:
of Qbrpttr Christi Tex., fin! of Fernandina Beach second; I Armstrong, second; Yankee -Carew of Ireland, sixth I Minute Love, owned and shows Apache Chief, owned and shownrt to greit success. ed:
Lewr.IJ4 Bold Hawk :owned I Taste Firefly, owned by] I Doodle Sweet Amber, owned Equitation Saddle Seat ((11. by Mrs Marvin Lester, Davenport i Hagg, first; Too.A- However some of the humor "I tell you, I cant find anything
by }Cevrtffleld and shown by Wiendong Farm Alexandria, I by Shephard's Pony Farm of 13) Susan Snlvely Winter Iowa, second; Spring) I Kind, owned by Allison Stables Friday night l didn't quite wrong with the 18th ten*
v.,1 Ohio, and shown by Bob Hart, Tampa third Crystal Adore Haven, first Janice Jones, Miami and shown by Cheryl Taylor,
Bob (!.rt'of Charlottesvllle, I ; ; Destiny owned and shown by achieve the Will Rodgers touch. tury. It produced some of the
secoad :lay: Rod, owned and' third; Waiceka's Theme Song, j owned by Mrs. Victoria Armstrong second; Marsha Jones, Brleanne Joegenson, Hallan second; Pat's Golden Boy, owned
howl ;b)!' Longford of Coral owned by Waseeka Farms and and shown by Mrs. Leona Miami third; Mary MUll; St. dale, third: Sparkling Kake, by Allison Stables and shown "That Was The Week That greatest men we've ever had la
tWrd Sequon owned byTrlaaile&anch shown by Mrs. Conrad O'Connor Franeichinn, fourth; Pat Petersburg, fourth; Scotty owned by Mr. and Mrs. W. L by Michelle Sorrells third; Parade Was" came up with some political our history, produced some of
; and shown by of Ashland, Mass, fourth; Boone, owned and shown by Turnbull, fifth; Janie Dean, Miami McLeod of Norwood, N. C.,. Marshal, owned by Wagon: folk songs that made a our greatest periods of govern
Llppit Bob Kennock, owned by Susan Winter Haven lixth. I I Wheel Stables and shown' by
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owned and
fourth Stardust
; It those dayi
MaxlCuWtpper!>> Haines City valiant effort to draw sstireout ment. was during
Mrs E. J. Kershaw of Fort fifth. Single] Roadster Pony 47"and shown by Kay Harmon of Winter Patsy Tyson, fourth; King Coe'sPrinceas
fourth. ;:\.. Class (Stal- Lauderdale and shown by Lour Equitation Hunter Seat (12 under) Jo-Reada's Ace, Haven, fifth; Captam'i Fait owned and shown by of the w'l.week but still that we made great advances
Arabian. Halter before) landa Kershaw, fifth; Donna years and under) Arthur owned by Riverby Farms of Lady, owned by Roger Dean Ike Turner fifth. bad to fall back Into such ancient socially, technologically a a d
lionsTfoalM<< In 1960 or and Juanita, owned and shown by Fleischer Miami, first; Pat Dublin Ohio, and shown by Chevrolet and shown by Susan Fine Harness Horses (Driven japery as the following, economically actually the
Falep- owned by Mrs. Lucille\ Kenyon of reman Kisey, Winter Haven second; Will B. Thomas, first; Little Dean, sixth.Single by Amateur) Alluring Lady, liberals want to go back to the
Mra.* PlllIlp Marra- clnl. and. dma Beach Ilxth.Three.G'lted Chris MacDonald, Plymouth, Boo Up, owned by John Crawford Harness Pony Drivenby owned by Mr. and Mrs. Alan one of the couplets about Barry lath century and we conservatives
shows bt..Tfarvln Ward of Mlaml Adult (Amateur fourth; Jenny Kinsey, Winter and shown by W, S. Garth an Amateur Jubilee's Robion and shown by Mrs. Goldwater: want to get them kickingand
.-flrjtr Rehraf, owned by to Ride) Boston Jubilee, Haven, fifth; Karen Eavey, Jr of Sartrace, Tenn, second; Colossal, owned by Mrs Victoria Robson, first; Stonewall' Invasion "He don't find any merit In the screaming up to the 20th
Ball :*al-Ranc.h of Lauren, S. owned by Adelaide Snyder Industries Rockledge sixth Music Maker owned by Fred Armstrong and shown by owned by John Craw humble and poor; century
C., IndlLahown:: by Leonard I and shown by Mrs. Green Working Hunter (Open) Cantrell of Pmcllas Park and Dr. W, W. Bartlett tint; Miss ford of Wartrace Tenn., and don't Inherit department Paar recalled that the last
Croft\ ewnd; Pulque, ownedand Andrew Snyder of Hallandale, -Jonnie B, owned by Fairfield shown by Sue Rutherford third; Judy, owned and shown by shown by W. S. Garth Jr., lec "Why they a time Goldwater was his guest
sown by Carol Chapman first: Genius of Camelot ownedby Farm and shown by Rodney Defenders' Red Flash, owned Mrs. Alan Robson, aecond; ond; Stonewall Sportsman, store?" he had said to the senator
of Golal, Tex, third; Raffleson, I Camelot Farms and shown Jenkins of West Palm Beach and shown by Mrs. C. J. Newsman Yankee Doodle Sweet Amber, owned by Randolph Farms and However, the people who put "Welcome to Rockefeller Plata. .
owned and shown by Dr. C. L by Richard P. Grey of Fort first; Master Tom owned by of Thonotassa, fourth; owned by Shephard's Farm and shown by Paul Randolph third; bookie's shop here Fridaywith ." Friday night, Paar asked
Campbell of Tallahassee, fourth. Lauderdale second; Right Decision Fairfield Farm and shown by Mighty Mouse, owned by Fred shown by Bill Shepard; third, Lady Warlord, owned by Dr. a tremendous problem if Goldwater was counting on
Arabian Halter Classes (Grand owned by Holland Ranch Rodney Jenkins, second; The Contrell of Plnellaa Park and Pat Boone owned and ihown and Mrs. W. L. McLeod and and we ought to be Indebted to the primaries to help him.
Champion Senior Stallion) and shown by Mrs. Elliott Holland Cuber, owned by Risln' Creek shown by Ann Rutherford, by Susan Snively, fourth. shown by Harriet McLeod, them for hard and fast work, a Goldwater: Oh, I'm countingon
Syn Ababa owned by William of St. Petersburg, third; Farm of Macon, Ga, and shown fifth; Donny Sunset, owned and Five Gaited Saddle] Ponies fourth; Mr. Cypress Gardens, good deal of bravery, and a everything. New Hampshirecould
H. Hawn of Corpus Christi Tex., I Fair Tip, owned by Randolph by Earl Frazier, third; Lady shown by Leo Correll of Tampa Open Handy Bunch, owned owned by Mr. and Mrs JohnA. generally amusing show become muddled becausewe
and fliown by William Lolucker, Farm of Clearwater and shown Coosaw, owned by Coosaw sixth and ahown by Mary Mllla of St. Snively Jr. and ahown by Goldwater In the flesh fol. now have Nelson Rockefeller
first-Filep, : owned by Mr. andMrs. I by Dick Randolph] fourth; Cop Farm Dade, S. C., and shown Walking Horse, Stallion and Petersburg, first; The Mighty John A. Snively Jr., fifth; My He and and I understand
lowed "TWTWTW.
Philip Maracclnl Of per Rocket, owned and shown by Russell Stewart, fourth; Gelding (Ridden by an Amateur Houdini, owned and shown by Golden Rose, owned by Roger was a myself,
featured the Jack that
amt, jecond MI'j by Mrs. Alan Robson of West Shady Lady owned by Coosaw ) Midnight Sunatreak Richard Peacock of Miami, Dean Chevrolet and shown by guest on -
Arabian Halter Class (Grand I Chester, Pa, fifth; Cassanova, Farm and shown by Russell owned and shown by Ed Streetof second. Susan Dean, sixth. Par show along with two comedians Past; Are you friendly with
Champion Stallion) Syn Ala owned and shown by Mrs. An- Stewart. Johnson City, Tenn., first; Single Roadster To Be shown Junior Working Hunter (Hunt- Victor Borge and Jonathan him
ba drew of Hallandale, Again, owned Ing Attire) Daily owned Winters. But don't kid Goldwater: Oh, yes, I've
owned by William H. Hawnof Snyder Equitation Hunter Seat (13 Sun't Go Boy by an Amateur Black Jaguar Nip
nxth. shown V. G. Gochner of by SI Jayne and shown by Bun yourself, the senator can be known Nelson-
Corpus Christi Tex., and through 17) Simonetta Buigarelll and by owned by Mr. and Mrs.
shown| by William Kosluckcr. Polk and Surrounding Counts Pompano Beach, first; Aurora Ohio, second; Confederate John A. Snively Jr. and shown ny Klazerek first; Flower Girl quite an ad fibbing quipster Paar: No kidding, you really
first; Filep, owned by Mr. and (Saddle Seat Equitation 12 Phyllis Fleischer Miami, second Raider, owned by Crown by John A. Snively Jr., Winter owned and shown by Becky himself. And quite a personality like him and you're friendlyand
Mrs. Philip Marra-innl of Lau. ind Under) Mary Lib Ca- ; Bunny Kisorek, Park Point Farm and shown by Mrs Haven, first; Lady Mary, owned Bachelor, second; B1 I a 11 n g In his own right. everything?
rena S. C., second ,i ion, owned by Plnevlew Stables Ridge, 111., third Becky Batchelor Robert Schleicher of Crown by W. M. Gill Jr, and Lady, owned by B. W. Yar- : He moved briskly onstage to Goldwater: We get along
Arabian Halter Class (Fillies of St. Petersburg, first; Bar Miami, fourth; Jiffy Fogle, Point Ind., third; Sun Dust's shown by John Brownlee of brough of Miami, and shown by the music of "Ragtime CowboyJoe fine.Paar
foaled In 1963)) El Mallke, bara Simpson, Winter Haven, St. Petersburg, fifth; Christine Fury owned by Marry Mount Oklahoma City, second; Flight Karen Herndon, third; Shop ," and before his Interview : Boy, It doesnt look
owned by Dr. and Mrs. AlbertG. second; Scotty Turnbull, Winterlaven Hood Winter Haven, sixth Farms, Reneaialaer, Ind., and Commander, owned and shown Around, owned by Fairfield with Paar was over he actuallygot like It, I tell you that
King of Lakeland dratI; third; Mehnda Sorrells, Working Hunters, Ladles shown by Raymond Smith, by John C. Kistler of Conover, Farms and shown by Lit In a poweful plug for the Goldwater: I use his gasoline
Kenean. owned and shown by I Lake Alfred, fourth; Ann Gnf- Fulrlght owned by Country fourth( ; Go Boy's Champ, ownedby N. C., third; Eddie Baker, Strsile, fourth. 18th century He said he and he uses my taxes. It'. an
Amyue; Enders: of Fort pierce, fifth; Winter Haven, fifth; Avis Club Stable and shown by Car- Fieldstone Farm of Macon, owned by K. A. Conway of Atlanta Amateur Owner Working thought "it's the sharpest line even swap ,
sernnifiFilttcj. Parsons, Winter Haven, sixth. lene Blunt of Del Ray Beach, Ga., and shown by Frank Til- Ga, and shown by Mrs.
Foaled In 1962 (Arabian Open Western Stock Horse tint; Let's Dance, owned by hot, fifth; Midnight Ship's GoBy Martha Myers; fourth; Moon
lister's Sport owned and Fairfield Farm and shown by owned by Randolph Farms Shot owned and shown by W.
Clue) -J MPR Josnileah Sonaaire'owned I
shown by Roy Bienko, Winter Kathy Kusner, West Palm of Clearwater and shown by S. Garth Jr. of Athens, Ala,
Albert C;: by Dr. Lakel.nd.firstfPR and Mrs. 1 laven. first; Scotty, owned by Beach, second; Nortas, owned i Paul Randolph, sixth fifth; Happy Landing, owned by
King of William H. Hawn of Corpus by Patrick Butler and shown by I Green Jumpers (Table 1) Leon H. Dotson and shown by
Sham Lad, owned Christi, Tex., and shown by Stephanie Zacker, third; King's Cornbread, owned by Oakdale Nancy Dotson of Miami, sixth.
and mown by Mrs Millie Shea Carol Chapman, second; Castle, owned by Si Jayne and I Farm of Birmingham, Ala., and Equitation Saddle Seat (14-
rous&,of Lakeland second. Preacher, owned by Riverby shown by Dorothy MacLeod of shown by Russell Stewart first; IT) Alcoa Rogers, Miami
Arabian Halter Class junior! farms of Dublin, Ohio and Park Ridge, 111, fourth; Daily Sliver Lining, owned by Country first; Bettie Stevens, Winter
Champion Mare El Mallka, shown by Fred Bogg, third; Nip, owned by SI Jayn and Club Stables and shown by Haven, second; Kathy O'Brien, t t
owned by Dr. and Mrs. Albert Gray Pepper, owned and shown shown by Carol Hoffman fifth. Carlene Blunt, second; Little North Miami Beach third;
King.of Lakeland, first; MPR by Judy Stephens of Sarasota, Pony Working Hunter Divtsion Girl, owned by Lazy J-7 Stables Beverley Fox, Miami, fourth;
Jamlleah Szmlrs, owned by Dr. fourth; Seoul, owned and shown -Open-Lady Kola, owned and shown by D. W. Cattleman, Felicia Smith, Miami, fifth;
andJrs. Albert King of Lakeland by Virginia A. James of Sara- and shown by Mary Elizabeth third; Shore Leave, owned by Susan Smith, St. Petersburg,
,'*econd. ota, fifth: Steve's Tippy, own. Oyler of Purcellville, Vs., first; ABS Farms and shown by Bar sixth; Molly Corum Tampa
ArdbiaR'Halter Class (mares ed by Franke Murphy and King Creole, owned by Mr. and ry Label of Morrtstown, N. J., seventh; Michelle Sorrels, Lake ti rIqr
foaled; ln;< 1961)) '_ LewlsfleldNiiiita shown by Harry Dawning of St. Mn. William Ludwig of Bethesda fourth[ ; Bayardo, owned and Alfred, eighth.
owned by Lewlsfield Petersburg. sixth Md., and shown by Kathy shown by Jane Vaughn of Western Pleasure H o r a e i
and ihown by Bob Hart of Arabian Western Pleasure Thompson second; Tony, owned Brooksville, fifth. Open Bee Sting, owned by
Charttrtesmille. Va, first; Ronaua Scotty, owned by William H. and shown by Vickie Eastmanof Pleasure Horses (Open Hack Gene Kelly and shown by Mike
otfnedty( Donoghue Arabian lawn of Corpus Christ!, Tex., Winter Haven, third; Topper, Type.Set Tall) Llppit Bob Kelly of Fort Lauderdale, first;
Farnfjof} Ial, Tex., and shown and shown by Carol Chapman owned by BIllie Heard and Kennuck owned by Mrs. E. J. Ser-Hy, owned by William A.
by Wiltert Chapman second; first; Asndin, owned by Blue shown by Arthur Fleischer, Kershaw of Fort Lauderdale and Hawn and shown by Carol
Acre| Ge evleve owned by Creek Farm of Clinton, S. C., fourth. shown by Lourinda Kershaw Chapman, second; Al March
Donogjiue Arabian Farm of Go- and shown by James A. Fisher, Working Hunters-Under Sad- tint; Donna Juanita, owned Sea Lion, owned by William H.
Ua, 'TWx., tlird: Conner Nltzone, second; AI March Sea Lion, lie Daily Nip, owned by SI and shown by Mrs. Lucille Ken- I: liawn and shown by William
owne* b, :Boll Hal Ranch of owned by William H. Hawn of layne and shown by Bunny yon, second; Sugar and Spice, Koilucher, third; Easter Bobby,
Lauras, $ C., and shown by Corpus Christi Tex., and shown Kiiorek, first; King's Castle, owned and shown by Susan owned by Shirley Pickerd and
Leonard Grafts, fourth.ArttlaiCHalter by William Kohicher, third; owned by Si Jayne and shown Vyllyi( of Lake Alfred, third; shown by Max Culpepper,
Clan (Mares Blot Ronaro, owned by Doname by Dorothy MacLeodi second; R. R. Bobbie Bracelet, ownedby fourth[ ; Captain E. Z. Over
foaled: Iflff or before) Ton- Arabian Farm of Goliad Bellino, owned by Rism' Creek Hainlin Mill Farm and owned by Susan Moxin and
daly Arabtjn Brm of Golla, Tex., Chapman::: fourth; Silver Pearl, third; Let's Dance owned fourth; Cost Si Bon owned and Pulque, owned by Carol Chapman -
Walter Chapman owned by Frank Smathen Jr., by Fairfield Farm and shown shown by Carol Patterson of and shown by Walter ,
and by
first i sjowir M Shady Acrea Monoasa, md shown by Buck Grow, fifth; by Rodney Jenkins, fourth; Orlando. fifth; Mr. Bud owned Chapman, sixth.
; Donald Booth of Sea. rlrji, owned by Triangle Ranch Galloping Hill, owned by Wa- and shown by Cherie liickmanif Arabian Pleasure Horse, Eng-
ownea by and ahown by Bob of Winter Haven and shown by erly Farm and shown by Price Orlando, aixth. fish (Owner or immediate membee YOUNG ARTIST-Jay Mclver puts the finishing toadies en his giraffe which It
fOrd' ell.. Witch's Brew, hx Culpepper, aixth. McIntosh fifth. Polk and Surrounding Counties of family to ride) A being displayed at the Winter Haven Public Library. The children If the Merry Moppets
.ownerbyBill)iart/ second: Hal Ranch of Single Hackney Pony (Driven Pony Working Hunter (Under Saddle Seat Equitation ((13. March Adandy, owned and Jndergerten have a display on creative arts for five-year-old. Mn, Jesse Williams/ ,art

Laurert) ;;S. C.. ud ibo "o by by' Amateur) Crystal Jewel addle) Lady Kale, owned IT yean) Molly Corum, I mon by Donald F. Booth of teacher, supervises Jars work.


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Mrs. KennedyMoves A SUN. thru WED.y ::


Into New Family Home IT'S NOW TIME DaM.,",\ !NS1M N:

children spent their first 1 '

night In their near borne In LANDSCAPING is one of Ial areas can
historic Georgetown, a section the creative arts but It must to three are..
d the city which holds manymemories be remembered that
for tie every First, ia
garden la an expression of
lady. the personality of Its owner which ia the :.
The :14-year-old widow and and that, therefore, endless the house and SPECIAL!
Caroline. 6, and John Jr., 3, possibilities In the develop should be .
moved into the 12-room, three-
ment of the smallest least
basic .
story federallit-style house at "ALL PURPOSE"
pretentious garden.
301T N St. Saturday policy and '
Moving in with them for a The University of Florida omical to WESSONOIL
time is Mrs. Kennedy'ssister offered an extension course elements In any given area shrubs-ones
Princess Lee Radziwill, several years ago, "Plantings so that the greatest degree be affected II)
and her two youngsters Auth- for Florida Homes" and In of order la achieved. in
ony, 5, and 2-year-old Anna this week's article, I will In landscape design, as In are: .
Christina. touch on just some of the all other fields of artistic en- burnum ( !
All they had to do Is walk high points which this course deavor, simplicity; is essent heartiest, 24.0L
across the street from the homeof covered. ial. A few plants well chosen proof, and h.
Undersecretary of State W.I I The architecture of the and properly placed are often in regard to l BTL 2SC
Averell Harriman and his wife house II of first Importance. all that are necessary its, ranging
where they have been living As the modern Florida house Certainly there is a trend pact bushes
temporarily while the home Is usually compact and stands away from overplanting which most tree-llke (LIMITi ONI WITH YOU 13 OR
Mrs. Kennedy purchased was on a compsritlvely small has long been a serious faultin go, cattley i4 MOM FOOD ORDER, Pit A J I.)
being readied for occupancy piece of property, so a frank. many gardens llgustrum,
Most rf) Mrs. Kennedy's be. ly formal treatment should be A proper scale re'.atlonihlp thyrallta. ,
longings already hid been given to most of our small between the plants and the The second
moved Into the 169-year-old gardens of today. This does building they are to accent the private
house. She purchased the house not mean stiff, unpleaslng is malt essential. Think of garden
for about $173,000 from investment beds in the form of stars your house as a picture and door Living
broker James Gibson late and crescents, but simply that the landscaping as the frame. the largest
list month. the architectural lines of the The modern email house requires small
house be projected and be plants that are densein that the
given symmetrical balance. habit, bearing small leaves The third
Legal Advertising Practical utility must be the on stubby, closely packed service area,
real foundation of every gar branches. Your nurserymancan clude the
>OTIC& or Bins WANT to BY den design so great care must be of great help In the the drying )'
:TOWN Or EAGLE LAKE FLA. be exercised to have the plan selection of such shrubs. of course, the SPECIAL!
Ton Katie' Council Ia hereby nt the liven Town that ol L the.- completely functional Balance of interest on either and can be
Si. Lake, Polk County, Florida, will The best definition of design aide of an exit ia also the outdoor 3
receive pealed bid. until 00 pm. which fulfills our need Is, "The necessary In good design. the street by NEW! "BLUE"
en February and removal T. IMi of the for tollowinf the punchase orderly placing of all of the Almost all modern resident- evergreen

described property, to-wltt CHEER19C
On (1) wooden two-bedroom I .
dwelllnc ho.... located on Lot dressed a
(. Block 17 of Terrace Subdivision Saturn V
United Press
Town of Eagle I Lake. Polk LaunchingIs
County. Florida, a. shown by tors
map or plat thereof located In
the ftfflce of the Clerk la and maturing LARGE
Bali for Polk house County being, located Florida. it 34 space effort ;
Four Years PKG.
Terrace Drive North, In the Towaof Away specialized ..
Eagle Lake Polk County Flo
rida.Bidder. I He
must state' the price offered
for the purchase and rumor AUSTIN Tex. (UPI>-Amerlca space this week and the first establishment (LIMIT. ONE WITH YOUR tl OR
al of the above described houM. within four years will launch 114,pound ball the United the Houston MORE FOOD ORDER, PLEASI.)
en Th a luceeaiful reasonable bidder tint within will be which glv. Saturn V, the mightiest rocket States orbited six years ago Center. Haney, J
to remove the paid houH, at hli the world has ever known, Paul Friday."The. .
'I' man, recently
expense,. from the above described Haney, the new head of publicity space age Is now com a
location.Addreu an did to Town Coun for the federal Space ing upon its seventh birthday," lic affairs 5 I
en. 'lit Town Tlerk. FO. Box 130, Agency, predicted Friday night Haney said "and I was taught ton facility;
Kirle Lake, Florida. Haney said Saturn V was capable that seven ia the age of reason.
Th* Town Council rciervn the
right to refuse any or ill bid. .or of orbiting around the I don't think it (the apace program A POOR
to accept any bid at their d.....- earth a 240,000-pound psylosd. ) needs any more defense LONDON ( .
Uon.By Order of till Town CounciL He said It would provide the than that." man in a
Frank D. Wood Preildnt power to boost America's America's goal to put a man blacker mood
lotion Bennett Wood three-man crews of astronauts *>n the moon in this decade, Ha bookie's qshop .+
:J/i/7. JU1JJ BENNETT' to the moon aboard Apollo ye. ney said, "had been defended hurled five Dollar"D'
Town Attorney ... almost to the point of bore plate-glass
"ill Tlmar Haven Buildingwinter Florida He compared this power with dom. brick aa a SPECIAL!
Jan. U :18. 11. Feb. 1 1464 a 37,700-pound cargo hurled into The information officer ad. ran.



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He Is on* of the experienced! circulation auditors on
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rJ Mr. A.B.C. visit our office at regular interval to
toe exacting inspection and audit of our circulation
r.J circulation facts thus obtained are condensed in ) SPECIAL
DB audit reports which tell our advertisers: How much "
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Milk Board's __ w h Fitness Classes Outboard Class The But

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New Order Is T For Juniors, Opens TuesdayA Said 01 I'

night course la outboard, EGERCONCRETE 1

Called IllegalTMAPA Seniors SlatedThe motors ii scheduled to begin at

Winter Haven High

Fla. (UPI) The Winter Haven Recreation Tuesday at T p.m. in School'i
supports were pulled from Department announced today Shelley S. Boone, .;
under milk I prices in Hills of instruction
it will sponsor a weightlifting public
borough and Pinellai counties rJ today. y
and physical fitness class BLOCKS yIs
Saturday but the man whose
The 80 hour course will cover
fight with the Milk Commission for Junior and senior boys at
brought the action charged It the Teen Center on Tuesday the basic principles of the two- TheCalibre
was "arbitrary and Illegal." nights cycle engine, details of carbu-

The commission created anew According to Bill Moore, retlon and ignition, and general

the two milk counties marketing Friday area, pulling of. SIG PAULSON men's activities director, theclll.e. malntenace outboard motors.
ol the
them from the rest of the will be taught by Bill! This shop class will meet each I
counties In the Tampa Bay Unity Minister Duncan, a football coach and Tuesday and Thursday from Tp ContractorsUsing

marketing area. head track coach at Winter ,m. to I p.m. roc the 60 hours t
The emergency order suspended & Speaks ThursdayIn Haven High School The instructor will be Charles Them
price controls at both
the producer and retail level, Lakeland Moore said the classes are F Orr, who has for many years,|j
but required distributors to 4c:7 scheduled for each Tuesday been well known to local boat j tat LOCK$ Anbumdol.TiytM .
abide by "all other 'orders 01 J. Slg Paulson, Unity minis from 1:30: p.m. to 10 p.m. men. I I
the commission" : w ter, international lecturer and A registration fee of 50 cents
will for the entire
be charged
Commission Chairman Charles
writer, will speak at Civic Center
0. Andrews of Orlando an course and participant must
nounced the surprise action after Theatre in Lakeland Thurs be members of the Teen Center for sighs

a telephone poll 'of commla SCOUT WORKERS-Five times a scout mothers and girl icout leaden of day Feb. 8, at I p.m. His he added E
sion members from Tallahis year subject will be "A Present Out For nonmembers who wish : .:.. "
Cypress neighborhood get together to talk Conferring here are, left to right Mrs. Sally
He said the action to Center, Moore
see. was Garcia, leader; Mrs. Ben Hill Griffin, district chairman; Mrt. R. E. Maughan district ad- of the Past" join the Teen
taken because certain distribu reminded that membership
visor and Mrt. Cecil Bowers leader. After In a successful
; many yean
tors operating in the two coun cards are on sale at the Teen
ties had refused to abide by ,., business career, Paulson Center office each weekday afternoon a
commission orders t .. ; 4 ; : -r>t entered School to and ti
t. s sir Unity from S:30 to 5, l ti
This referred to Campaomore ;1 a :, 'j" 4' take a ministerial training program every Saturday from 1 p.m to

Modern Dairies in Tampa., '( .f"f i\o.1, \\:1 ; ::f k, He worked in Silent 5pm. arcliB.. : McDonald's0Ctrner
which refused a commission order 4 Additional information about look for the golden ;.
) the ministry of
to raise the price of its Unity prayer the program may be obtainedby
milk'sold in vending machines the Unity School, and was ordained calling the recreation de
6th St. i Ave. D, N.W. Next to Haven Hotel
The commission was conaidering In 1957. partment, CY 41001
taking away the dairy' He served Unity pulpits In
operating license, but backed k2Jfl
down from this after a Supreme St. Louis and in New York
Court ruling that )left the I City. He Is now the regular t us* your charge account
commission's authority in the minister of Unity Village Chapelat -
matter in doubt. Taking its con. Its world headquarers InLee' .
troitut of Pinellas and Hills.borottjh r K t P 4
4x Sumit Mo. lie Is also
; evidently was the com + ,
mlsston's alternative director of the Unity Field
Joe Campoamor, head of the Department and visits Unity
dairy: and long a foe of the
centers here and abroad
commission, charged that Frl Li-L4
day' -action was illegal\ undera During February Paulson will GAL
Supreme Court ruling that fill speaking engagements in OVERBOARD
the.:commission not give Y4tr
may Florida Unity centers. The lecture -
an:order or drop an exlitlni
: In Lakeland is sponsoredby
one--without a public hearing Unity Christ Church of Lake FOR STRETCH DENIM
IThls means that the big distributors !
the supermarkets will trb land. The public Is Invited
bt'able: to drop prices to any NNE '
level-and be able to pay producerS ;r + t ,
whatever they wish" $$2 Million SuitIs
be 320. "The producer ii left \

helpless. _
"This Is a clear Indication Ksr ,
they have 'opened the doors to r DismissedA .w
let the wolves out to try to put + !
me out of business. r

= I $2 million libel suit filed
CUbs Of Beymer I { six years ago has been auto
matically dismissed in circuit
Pack 123 Given court because of the death of 1
GIRL SCOUTS-Mn. Carol Bowers, left, Girl Scout leader, works with tome of her the plaintiff. tN

Awards Al MeetPack tcouti. They are, left to right.. Susan deOnativia Barbara Hoyt and Leslie Baker. Circuit Judge William K. Love
has entered an order dismissingthe r

123 of the Cub Scouts Mothers Plan Scout ActivityFive I ."suit "for lack of prosecution
held its monthly meeting recently Orange Pack die sF1
The late Boone D. Tlllctt
with record attendance
times a year 50 mothers Maughm district advisor, was brought the ault against former x .ae.r
on hand. state Sen. Harry E King of
The meeting was held at the Is. 2.5 Million meet to discuss plans, present to help the mother iltb Winter Haven. Tlllett was killedIn
policies and problems of the .
Beymer Memorial Methodist problems a highway accident In 1962 '
17 Girl Scout in the
Church, Its with 159 troops Cypress Next meeting of the group Tillett charged King with ig Y
sponsor Neighborhood. .
will be held at the Girl Scout circulating false charges against
scouts, parents and friends at Best Of SeasonFlorida The mothers met Thursdayat him. King was convicted of
House at 8:30: the morning of
tending. the Girl Scout House for conspiracy but won reversal on
Den Three won the attendance Just this purpose. Another feature April 30. appeal
citrus las! of these meetings, is that
award and Den Two took processors Tillett also filed a suit against
week packed 2,510,351Ia1l0n. of they can become familiarizedwith IIOUSTONEvanlellst Billy the Winter Haven Dally News- I II I
honors In the handicraft dis frozen orange concentrate, the new national policies Graham's comment when Chief at the time he broughtsuit
plays.A District Three Chairman Mrs. asked about reports he would against King This suit was
highest of week in the
skit, showing "What Could any Ben Bill Griffin brought the accept a Republican president also dismissed by the court
Be Done in Case of Emergencies" rent season, the Florida Canners mothers an interesting and ial draft: more than two years ago due
Association reported today. challenging message at their "This Is the first I've heard to: lack of prosecution by the
was presented by i Warren Savant, FCA executive meeting. Also, Mrs. LillI I about that." plaintiff.
Den Five.
president, noted last week's
The Pack underwent a uniform
pack was almost 500,000 ,gallons
Inspection with John Wesley ,greater than that of the corresponding -
neighborhood commission week last season.
er, In charge. Seaaon's total pack Is 45 percent \
less than for the same
Cubs receiving awards at the '
period last year, however.
meeting were: Bobcat Award, Movement for the week end-
Zane Albright, Danny Friend, log Jan 25 continued rather i ii
Wallace Stetler, Allen Belts, J. teady at 1,418,089 gallons, 1- i
Thomas and K. Thomai. Gold 139,877 In retail sites Inventory !I -t .
Arrow Award, Tommy Heck and moved up to 21.233.898 gallons K naturally, '
Bob Murrell; Silver Arrow Only some 11,000 gallons of Y
Award, Bill Sands (2), and Gordon frozen orange concentrate: were jta1aev "I
Austin Service Award, Imported during the week, the
Randy Reeves, Keith McDonald, canners association reported, !
Beach Brooks, and Gordon Aus- making a total of 313,210 since s
tin; Lion Badge James Bally, the season began Dec. 1. / lft/itJ- ,
and Denners Award, Scot Jarm-. -
er and Parker Davis. Coat cork on a glue bottle .
Den Master Carl Heck was with petroleum Jelly to preventIt \,
in charge of the meeting. from stickingSTOP' \
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guarantee crisp, lasting pleats and
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H.w.iiu Tu .r stretch for active sailors or spectators with a .

H.rn.a a..wn nautical look. Sail in today. '' .
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1 Once It Was A Dream..

A few years ago, the Winter Haven Hospital Aux a stay in the hospital, Including toilet articles and bedroom .
ti iliary had A dream-an ambitious one perhaps, but they slippers. '

dreamed anyway-and worked-and not long ago, the
? There are arrangements of artificial flowers, crtf-
dream of having a gift shop came true. ated by Auxiliary members, candy and all kinds of toys.

The shop has been In operation at the hospital for The toys are priced at around one dollar and are ideal,

." several months now, and is running smoothly under the for birthday party gifts as well as the younger patient.,
w, I managership of Mrs. Joe Keefe, who also does the pur The gift shop is manned daily by Auxiliary mem
MENTS, like the en.i Mrs. Hermes tchasing.. bers. Proceeds of this, and all projects of the Auxiliary,

the Dugger most displays popular' items h.r., .vaikbl.are among, In The shop has many perfect gifts for patients, as are used in the pediatrics ward of the hospital.

the Hospital gift shop. Mrt. Dug. well as a variety of i items that one might need during
ger Is president of the Auxiliary.

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" MANY ITEMS, a few of which ere shown here, are featured 'In the thop. Mrs. Jo. Ketfe, HOSPITAL AUXILIARY member man the gift shop daily, and are there from morn n9
J standing' behind the counter,, It manager and purchasing agent. until after evening visiting hours. Above, Mrt Glen Hicks taking h.r turn on duty. :31)q
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( Don't Go Near The. Water- PINK AND 7URTY'-ti,
4 Yvonne Martin In this
pink pouf of a e.p with
h a top knot. Perfect forth
But, then, why not I That's what they are for! 1.11| In a frivoloui"". ,
So say the manufacturers. There's high fashion in everything these days even f, 1 moo
bathing caps. As you can plainly see by these pictures especially posed for the Daily
News-Chief by four of the Cypress Gardens beauties. '

Not long ago, if a lass wanted to keep her tresses dry, she avoided the water like a '
-4' plague then, someone dreamed up the miserable rubber caps that gave a gal a pained"
.t exprennion aa it practically scalped her and at the same time made her like a painted

t onion-head.
,: But alas, no morel I Now the caps have just as much style and high fashion design as Kr
other wearing apperal. And in many cases, caps are designed to match the suits.
y : Just pick your own style for the swim season coming up of course, your hair may k 1 jt, +
not be Uo dry, but at least you'll look fetching while it's getting wet and your hair will 1P
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s Gayle Newbtrry't cap Jl a tunny yellow print jtrt a
.y. This cap alto matches a baby.doll type bathing I
suit.a .

Hitkini wt.ri a rubb.r-lin.d water M !
chapctu of jersey In an *b- GRANDMA might have worn a bonnet, but she never r .
itract print to match the blouiond s looked this good! Vivacious Barbara Clack prefers this 4 :
top of her bathing suit. "gr.nny'i" bonnet of al!! the nw iwlm hati Its color + .
Pinkl And moro hocking line it'* In taffeta with a hug t'
cabbage roi*. x
BARBARA wears her, a Cottack.type cap (for net {r "t v f '. I
whichever you prefer) It It fashioned cf blue ,4 .f .
nylos knit hot with sold .tripol.I r
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|1\ Mrs. Robson Is Ninety Years Old Today I Ityrs. Miss BazemoreIs

John Robson is today celebrating her 90th birthday She will be :

tgrtafned: .with an open house this afternoon from three to five p.m. at the home of Announced

hr 'daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Miller. AH friends are invited to call.

Mrs Robson, a native of Miss Waverly Elaine Bu .

England, moved to Winter more, daughter of Mr. and

Haven from Toronto, Canada Mrs. Wade E. Bizemore. will
l- become the bride of AI Braddock
In 1921 She has been an TM inn of Mr and Mn. Gdte4; by BILtI CLLtSi
active member of the Eastern A. M Braddock of Baldwin,
j Star, Wlmodausls Club and next Saturday afternoon.
lqW M other organizations ot the Vows will be read at half
community Both her daughter past three o'clock In the In. i
and lon Mrs Miller, and wood Baptist Church by the
Norman Robson, live In Win. Rev J. Willis Campbell No
ter Haven as well as four formal invitations are being
grandchildren and seven great Imued, but all friends of the TIe

grandchildren r couple ire Invited to attend.
The bride.elect is a nativeof
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wll- this city She was ,rad.
eon of Augusta Ga are visiting uated this past spring from

with the former's brother .,c4. att I I9k' IV the local high school where
and, Mr. and she was a member of the #

Mrs. Rudy Wilcox. Future Homemakers' Club, t11gt school band, was majorette
Milt Barbara Kay Alklns captain her senior year, was
Is attending Florida Southern a librarian, member of the
College her second semester.She F 4, Excutive board, prom committee K .%>}ivd 44
resides in Joseph Reynolds
/ t and a student assistant
Hall She is employed by the ,
American National Bank in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Slickerof Brunswick, Ga.
MRS. JOHN ROBSON Hobart, Ind. have returnedto Mr. Braddock resided In
their home after a visit Winter Haven for ten years
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Straight Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hen with Mr. and Mrs L. H. and was also graduated in
[hive arrived from their home demon and Ion have moved Snell. j 1963 from the local high
"In Philadelphia, Pa. and planto here from Tampa. They are b- w school. His activities included
spend the next two months making their home on Avenue The Woman's Club Chorus marching band, student assistant
here J, NW.GUestl will rehearse Thursday morning dance band, squad
at Dine o'clock at the MISS SANDE HOWELL leader and talent show He
Mrs. Andrew Whatlry and of Mr. and Mrs. W o maD"s Clubhouse Miss Is a member of the Inwood Y 1
Children are getting settled Ernest Bryson 207 Farnol Mardelle Smith Is director of '* Baptist Church.

here on Avenue J. NW, after Street NW, have been their the course Miss Howell'sEngagement

moving here from Loulsiina daughter and granddaughter, .. ., >
Mr. Uhatley will be Mrs Clay Orchard and Miss May Allen daughter of Mr. p''* !r.r ) S

tervlngnin Korea for the next Carol Sue Orchard, of Near and Mrs. John C. Allen, has 11 I +1 a 44,' {
thirteen months. London, England. Miss Orchard been placed on the first semester '
- Is attending Butler University honor roll at Howey
rbr. and Mrs. George a.l.aeriter in Indianapolis, Ind. Academy, Howey-the Hills. N 'y
hive arrived from ,..M

their home In Cleveland, Ohio Mn. James Thompson Is The Catholic Woman' Club Is AnnouncedThe
!!and plan to spend the re- convalescing at her home after will have a covered dish luncheon .
:?:z mainder of the winter season being released from the In Anderson Hall at 12:30 MISS WAVERLY ELAINE BAZEMORE
Winter Haven Hospital Tuesday. The hostess committee engagement of Miss
ghere is composed of Mes- Sande Howell to David C.

dam. s Norman Lenahan, White, son of M:. and Mrs.
HEAR HEAR George Bacon, George Boucher Johnny White, Is being made
HEARING AIDS and George Glerscber. today by the bride-elect's MR. TRICE SAYS '
uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs :

IATTHIIS Mn. C. A. Myers had as E. E. Anderson.
The attended the
REPAIRS her recent guests, Mr. and
local school and was graduated
Mrs Charles Marshall of Chicago
\. NOW Is the time to find out if you can hear 111. in 1963 from the Au-

properly.' What good ts it to know I am talking to burndale High School Miss .,J
Mr. and Mrs John A. Gro- Howell recently returned from
.. you If you cant distinguish the words I uy. Wo .
Cocoa where she was employed
vet and children are getting
\1 can h.r,; you. settled here after moving by Sherwood Realty
from Corporation, and Is nor employed
POLK HEARING CENTER here by the Central
Feed and Service Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Brighton -
-: .com ILD.. are here from Rockford, Mr. White is a native of Y 1
IS Third Street N.W Plant City. He moved here
111 for a winter vacation.
rHEAR TAoa.213.1N2 HEAR several years ago and was 1
graduated Jn 195$ from the
Mn. Elate Marphy has returned 1
Winter Haven High School.
--- --- from Logansport, Ind.
He' served for two lathe
where she attended the funeral
Army, and recently .
1. of her sinter, Mrs Nellie .
from an eighteen month
Horton. Another sister and
=-thbTHER lEI ISIS CUSTOMER CONVINIINCIJ, Mr and Mrs tour of duty In Germany.
Mr. White Is
: OUR NEW ALL CREDIT CARD PLAN John Carlthers, returned with employed by
Publix Warehouse in Lake l
J-==, Now yen may charge your purchtitl with any her to spend a few weeks land. ,. .r

j:'-- mater credit card .II c.""eftIH eftd! .th.... here and attend the Palm The ceremony will take

Beach PGA tournament. Mr place at five p.m. on February MISS MARY ANN OSBORNDon't .. ,

: Shoe, with i a bright idea Carithers is a pro. 29th In the home of
Mr. and Mrs E. E. Anderson throw away old hind- O
Mr and Mrs. Joe Muter. Miss Osborn
All friends and relatives beg.Large ones make good lights the popular twopieceoutfit
. pangh of Indianapolis; Ind, of the couple are invited to first aid, sewing or "wbat. with a sailor over.
are visiting here with the .
attend .not. kill..
low effect
with vest
'- blouse a
former sister in law, Mrs. 'I
-s: .. .. W. H. Muterspaugh They Is Bride.Elect 1. of whit striped 60% arnel'an.
have also been enjoying a visit jI S0% cotton Perms'
: .-.. .. / ..'. to Miami while in FlorIda Horse Show Charity BallThe i/i t ncntly pleated skirt It of
Ir solid color. Colon,
; matching
-..'.,:. . -,. .. newly decorated dining room of the Haven Of Mr. AllenMr. II/ ,, \ Blue, Green, Pink and Char
.C Asottthat Tal silk now being featuredby I coal. SIiei__Price fit.tS
t: Hotel was transformed Into gala night club I
furniture manufacturers, a setting I
OR. '. ... bends for comfort over backward .'.. combines the traditional rich. last evening for the Imperial Polk Horse Show Charity and Mrs Robert D. S I

;: 5. .. .. nets of fine oriental fabrics Ball, which as always, proved to be a highlight of Osborn are announcing theenla'l'ment Itl. IcaI

.. . . with the attributes of scientifically the_ winter, noaRon. of their daughter, f Af i
.. perfected vinyl It was n Mary Ann, to Stanley Davis ill '. /
r.: introduced at the Chicago Mrs Jack Straughn and Mrs. the horse show theme.A 1 ;
Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
1:1: Furniture Market and can be Samuel Tilden. purple and gold throne,
pleated biscuit.tufted, The beautiful Tree Thomas Allen.
or deep "Purple occupied by a horse, all dressed : r
button.tufted without raveling. Lounge" fits in perfectly with Miss Osborn Is a native of
up for a gay night out, _
Illinois. She moved here several
a1' wu placed at the
Wonderful savings on completeopen entrance years ago: and Is a senior .
% of the dining room. A white the Winter
25 stock selection and sets at Haven High
and gold Jump was the focal
t/li/ 'IM, \ bring you art opportunity to point for an eiquhlle arrangement School where she Is a member
t of the National Honor Society
t + love the fee!of this filii" or start your service
; You'll of camellias and Ivy. She Is also
'In th...treasured presidentof
s d walking shoe as much OFFSALE now pattern Dining tables were decor. the CYF of the First
1 good bolts. Air Step does favorites In preciousInternational ated with camellias, crops, Christian Church (Disciples of

{ r It with a non-slip combination Sterling. loves, glittered high silk Christ). ..
but, cushioning hats, derbies and bunting Mr. Allen, a native of North j .tl
where It'a needed After sale BROCADE and caps. Carolina, received his education
most,softest leather SILVER RHYTHM will be Over four hundred attendedthe In the schools of Orlando.He J
ti W t k t available at event which was held w'rTrice's
!regular prlcra. moved here three and a
044 important,we Buy now and save during this following the evening half years ago and is in business
L"w have your aiztiyOU limited time offer performance. A fabulous supper with hit father. He it :
was served. also s member of the FirstChristian
IatrY M'
rue* strom... Mrs. William L. "

LOVED 4 { sr- "...:::'.>.:::::n:.... 1.3Rs ::: : chairman of the Raley ball was and Wedding Church.plans will be made .' ...

THIS SHOE r"" /r.-.i..................r...... i!a" sew II was assisted by Mrs Willard known later.Looking .! !! ::
t are,,:a .:....... Die N Roe, Mrs. Joe McKibben, Mrs.
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FEATURING ] .r.. .............. a Mrs L. P. Kinsey Jr., Mrs. a pasteurized process
F SU' zit,ewe Bob Kingham of Auburndale, Cheese. If you want a apo-
THESE e Ir.w 5 ar..w. w NN SIN 8 5U N Mrs Richard G. Kingham, clalty cheese, one that Is
ITt t TWO a e. arena :::.. ., /a Cal milder, easy to spread and

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Miss BrogdenIs Miss Goodman Becomes Bride Of Mr. Lacertest. DAILY iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii NEWS-CHIEF Sunday February 2 iiiiiiiiiiiiitmiitnuintni, 1964 Pag II

Your Mirror's Reflection I
Joseph's Catholic Church

Engaged ToMr.little.Greene was the setting at three

o'clock the beautiful yesterday double afternoonfor -ring There Are All Kinds

ceremony which united In

;; Goodman marriage Mill daughter Karen of Lynne Mr Of Tricks For WrinklesBy

-- and Mri Howard I* Good.
A June I I.
wedding being and Arthur J, Grant
planned by Miss Barbara Car of Mr and Mri ,
!lM trE Lacerte ton
roll Brogden daughter of t .r "
Arcel Lacerte, k Charm Authority %53
Mra W. B. Brogden, and
George Little.Greene, son of Vowi were read by the Rev, There is probably no greater shock to a.n

Mr and Mra Frank T. Greeneof Father of Connolly nuptial alter music a program by than the day she goes to her mirror and 'diswrsrj

Lake bride-elect Alfr.dT1Ie li a native Mr. Helen Lovejoy organist, her first wrinkle. Over twenty five most aklnj1WSlosinr !

of this city and attended the and Mri Lacerte, vocaliit their oil and moisture; after thirty-fivo'll'SS

local achooli She attended Two urns of gladioli and out 4 comes serious. So replace them with steady; ]ubfj "
lighted tapers carrying
St. Mary Junior College tlon. Oil and for wrinkles now fiap
Raleigh N.C. and was graduated the bride Valentine colon manage you ,
from Florida State University of red and white, were used stroking always up and out. And avoid collecting

this put December decoritloni in the impressive chancel new crow's feet etc. by using eye pads in the dUe

secretary Miss Brogden and treasurer served at of Given la marriage by her reading only in sufficient light, and throwing away

Pi Mu Epsilon, National Math father, the bride wore a beattlful your pouting, grimacing, frowning habits that an
Honorary. and was a member gown 01 taffeta and net you.
of Phi Sigma Tau National with an overlay of n't. The Today tier is a marvelous .
bodice designed

Philosophy honorary, sculptured was
( + k
while at FSU. She la a memo with three quarter ', assortment of beauty aids 41r.
ber of St Paula Episcopal length sleeves and .. ltly I r. q t that will help you in the
Church rounded neckline. The lace struggle to stay young and
Mr. Little.Greene ii a native overskirt was caught in front Here and
pretty are ways
of Florida. He was graduated with a self.rose, and partedIn
from the Winter Haven bark to reveal frills of means to eliminate or reduce +c
High School and received a' lace The bouffant aklrt was some of natures quiltwork:
B. A. degree from Florida street length. She wort a high At least once a day lather
State University where be was crown of pearls with a ihort your fie with a gener-
a member of Phi Mu Epsilon veil and carried a bouquetof J I
MISS BARBARA CARROLL BROGDENornla cream, lit It float out the
was president of Phi white chryianthemumi and
Mu Epsilon was president of orchids dirt from your pores, wipe
Phi Gamma Tau, and held the at Berkeley. WHAT8 NEW Mini Barbara Grenert was off gently but thoroughly. After
NDEA. Ruge and Lovett Fellowships The' wedding date In June maid of honor She wore a cleansing, use a mild astringent
Is enrolledat the 27th. Plans will Chemistry answer on how
He now will be street length red gown The to stimulate and tight-
the University of Calif. be announced. to keep dry cornea In a 12- skirt was gathered In back
ten t b. Apply moisturizer
ounce spray can that puts with a large bow, She wore a pores areas for protection from
I Valentine Ball To Feature Vocalist a liquid glass coating on red rose headpiece with veilIng or night cream drynesi
thread fiberi Each can provides and carried a heartshap- en and lubricate Never : This under
to squire feet of the water ed arrangement of white car- the skin with loap or
Mri Mary Lou Emry, (theformer ly on local television shows eye condition can be re-
repellant substance that nationa or pull down on
Mary, will Lou Gontalesof here In Tampa and on networkTV can be sprayed on anything Little Mill Kim Denis MRS. ARTHUR J. GRANT LACERTE facial tlstue .somewhat of cold by witch applying hi.:
Tampa appear programs such ai the from delicate chintz to heavy Goodman was junior bridesmaid LAUGH LINES For Another remedy ii to
February 14, aa vocalist with white organdy and lace en a silver plate completedthe around and mouth ap
Arthur Godfrey Talent Scout canvas for her lister She wore a not cold tea bags to this area.
the Mello Tones" at the Valentine
at the chin, short
frock with red headpiece table appointment using
a rose
Show, Steve Allen show
Ball sponsored by the
strokes, work
and carried a amiU For a wedding trip to an py
Junior Woman Club la well the Dave Garroway morningTV cato fashion up the
known to Havenltei aa a linger program which originated Valentine.i h a p e d arrange undisclosed destination, the either side toward the FLORIDA
ment of red carnations bride chose a black and white Try puffing out the SOUTHERN
In Miami. "At the time
Although the attended high Mri Goodman chose for checked suit with black accessories fifteen or twenty COLLEGI
school In Tampa Mary LouIs Mary Lou comments 'I was her daughter wedding, a and a corsage of quick luccesslon V09obolld. present
a native of Miami and working for Mr. Pope at Cypress gown of deep turquoise with orchids. FROWN UNESI the Winter
now lives In Winter Haven Gardens, making ap white accessorlci and a white After February 4th the newlyweds Ironing them away .. Repertory Tlleotre.JIJ'
with her husband Charlie pearancea at festivals and orchid corsage will reside on Little you cream jour face around'Y'
centennials around the country Mrs Lacerte, mother of the Lake Wlnteriet firm strokes, work ....., **a. ith
and he was a little stun bridegroom, wore a blue The bride received her education over the bridge of HAPPIEST DAYS .
..r. ned when I appeared on TV sheath of heavy brocade and in the school of Win. up towards the OF YOUR LIFE"
Ice.skating Instead of water- contrasting blue accessories, ter Haven and Glasgow Scot. outward toward the ., *.!>. 7* '
Skiing'Mary Her corsage was of whit orchids land, She Is employed by Data Repeat several times, GLASS. Irk t.AENAUII"fH'E'
Lou also appeared at Processing Inc, EYE WRINKLES: GLASS MENAGERIE'
the Azalea Festival in Wilmington 9 Arcel Lacerte nerved as Mr. Lacerte Is a graduateof fine lines around the Curtain Tim 8 p.m. .
N. C with Kathryn best man and Rodn y Pad the Winter Haven High can be helped by the .
Adults SI, Stutoit lOt
Grayson, George Jeisell and
r gett was an usher School and Catholic Univer tins of a compress of 0'111I Southern Stilcuntafrtt
Dale Robertson. A reception was held at city lie attended Catholic facial oil regularly Lie
Members of the Junior bride of America and St. oil Ftp fliMrvatline' .
the home of the par University while you let the (Phone *ai IMSTlehili
Woman Club were delightedto enls. The table was covered Petersburg Junior College, pads rest on the Ales Avtlllblt
be able to feature the talented with white lace and was ten Miss Claudette Lacerte of mike sure when you At Door .
and popular linger at tered with a three.tiered cake Washington, D. C. was among ting under a hair FLETCHERTHIATM
the Valentine Ball, which will with miniature swans and pet the guests attending on the beach to to u .IN.THI.ROUND....
be held at the Woman Clubon all. Red and whit eirnatlons Utile emollient cream
Lake Howard Drive, Feb-
ruary 14, at 9 p.m. Tickets art
available from members or at
the door for a donation of
MRS. EMRY $1.SO each, proceeds of which BUDGET MINDED?
will go to the Junior Worn-
and daughters Lisa S, and ana Club several welfare MODERN AS TOMORROW !
Gina, two and a half projects
Mary Lou is just completing I
the second of two engagements To keep trousers from creasing 4-PC. Contemporary
at the famous Ha. when hung on a win
waiian Village, the first of hanger, usa cardboard froma
six months a year and a half laundered shirt and roll
ago, and the second a three- lengthwise 'around bar Fasten MISS CHRISTINE SHARON LECOUNT
month engagement bottom edges with cellulose
She his appeared frequent- tape.
Dr. ClevelandIs April WeddingIs


Mrs. Thornton Planned i1asI'WITH'FINISH

Dr. Vela Cleveland li the
weekend guest her at tile # -
Curtis Mathes home ton. of Mra Arthur Thorn By Miss LeCount

Dr Cleveland la. a nativeof
Polk County and a teacher Mr, and Mri William G.

HOME ENTERTAINMENT In the area for many yean LeCount are announcing the
She bas been on furlough engagement of their daughter
since October hiving returned ;
Christine Sharon to Jessie
to the states from s
Glenn Wright, son of Mr.
CENTERS Kolar In South India, due to
the illness and death of her and Mrs Leroy Wright rw4
father, A. L. Cleveland longtime Miss LeCount moved her
owner and publisher of from her native Whittler,
[QDlhe| Greensboro the Ft Meade Leader a week Calif fourteen years ago. She ..dWeabta
ly newipaper. was graduated from the Winter / r ,
Dr. Cleveland will return Haven High School and -
UI1IS UTUt next month, after fulfilling Is employed by William W.
many speaking engsge- Cottrell, M. D. She Is a memo
mend, to her duties on the ber of the Lake Shipp Baptist
i medical staff of the Allen Church.Mr. .
Thoburn Cowen Hospital and Wright la a native of '
School of nursing, sponsored Cblpley He moved here at !
: by the Methodist Board of an early age and was also a, I
Foreign MiisloniMri graduated from the local 1
Thornton entertainedat high school lie Is a member : 1
her home yesterday with of the Inman Park Bap. l
an open house In honor of tist Church and la employedby
Dr. Cleveland Mra Thorntonand Growers L. P. Gas Service
Dr. Cleveland both were of Aubuntdale
formerly on the teaching staff Plans are being made for
Aft JAM at the Lakeland High School. an April lAth wedding SV if

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Sunday, February 2, 1964 '.g.12 Women On The GoliiiimiiiiiimiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiiniinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Show

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim I Antique, Hobby

GARDENIA CLUB c.j. i ri4..&
The February meeting of the Gardenia Carden Club win
be held Tuesday morning at the home of Mr*. Carl Jackson To Be Held Wednesday ,.x .

Jr., 148 N. Lake Otis Drive. Mr. Frank Alexander and Mr.
Wally Adam will be assisting hostessei. The Woman'1 Club ot Lake Thomas Erwin, welcome and
Board will meet at v.30: o'clock; the general meeting will Alfred invites the general public reaervatkmi for exhibit; Mn.

begin at 10. to an Antique, Hobby and William Meagher, model and
"Family Album" at the clubhouse -
Wednesday at I p,m. +
Thursday at 1.30: p.m. the Woman's Club of Winter Haven for an afternoon of viewing The "Family Album" will r N
will have a special program. James 0. Miwonger will speak many Interesting hobby collections Include: Bride and Bridegroom t C
on the following subject: "Lincoln's Contribution to American and antique itemsof Mri. Richard Colllni
.6 Democratic Thought." and Mri. William Meagher .
many type and description ; '. 1
S Mr. Nliwonger had hit training at Manchester College In !, also many rare articli Off to New York and the t +
e Indiana, and received his B,S. degree In 1933. At Ball State "i found In the homes of Honeymoon, Mri. Kenneth
Teacher's College, In Indiana, he received his AM. degree early America. Jackson and Mri. Meagher;
In 1954, and has been a Doctoral Candidate tine 1862 at the Nn. Claude Bowman, president Coney Island Bathing Beauties -
University of Tulsa Okla. laid the exhibit wouldbe Mr. Guy Carlson and
He has had In field Mri. David Adams The QuiltIng
44. experience many pertaining to education from 1 pm. to 3:30. At ;
k A/ r In Dayton, Ohio, Public School, Teacher of Social Sciences 3:30 p,m. a tableau, "The Bee, Mri. Emory Won- l
> ; Assistant Professor of Education Editorial Assistant Family Album" will be nut, Mrs. John Kobzlna,
to Consultant and Workshop Director at Ohio University; Teach. presented with Mri. Phillip Mri. Edward Shogrin and ,
er of Social Sciences in the Winter Haven High School; In- Jones at narrator, Mri. Mri. Roger Johnson; The
t tractor In Sociology at the Florida Southern College, Charles Shinn Jr ai vocal Baby, Mra. David Dietzel;
There will also be several musical number played by soloist and Mri. Al Route, School Days, Mr*. William
Patty McHale, on her guitar and she will sing several number Pianist. Rowie, Pam Jackson, Chris .
*. A small donation ot 50 cents tine Rowie, Laura and Peggy ....,.
Devotions will be given by Mr*. Frank Gomel will! be accepted at the door Perringer and Susan Collini -
Refreshment will be served at 2 pm. Mr*. Roy DeReus and coffee will be aerved during ; Dancing School Days,
1 11 chairman and will be assisted by the hostesses In group Six. the early part of the aft Beth Sblnn; The Music Lesson .
ernoon. Proceeds will be used Susan Rid i It yl; High y.
NURSES GROUP for civic beautification and School Graduation, Mri. Rudolph i!
District No. 12 of the Florida Nurses Aiioclalon will holds clubhouse improvement. Hendrlckion; Th Col-
dinner meeting at Longhorn's Restaurant in Plant City at Committee in charge are: leg Prom and R o m a n c *, .,. J
liven p.m. tomorrow.Dr Mri. Phillip Jones, general Ruth Mincey; The Wedding, "'
Arnold Spanjeri of Winter Haven will address the chairman; Mn. Vernon Ninety Mr. Roger Johnson; Grand 5S
group on cobalt therapy. The public health nurses section and Mri. John Parker, Finale-Reminiscing the Good
will be hostessing the event. coffee and publicity; Mrsanullununnnunuunnllnnllnul. Old Dayi" by entire cast.
ROY E. TAYLOR Anyone wishing to enter exhibits
nuuunnnnuumnnnununnunnulontttnnnnluoununnuollnnn : may do 10 by telephoning MRS.
EMORY NONNAST will of her
FR 2-2130 Mri., prior Thomas to Wednesday Erwin, antique dishes and furniture at the Woman display a Club of Laic
Couple Will Celebrate I Public Invited To Benefit Cars d ;
Party ,
from 8:30: a m. to 11:30: Alfred Antique and Hobby Show Wednesday, .t 2 p.m.
s a.m. All items will be arranged Mrs Nonnast Ii holding cup and saucer from a 38-piec -
for a benefit Val tend the card party, Bridge dueled the busmen session by owners and may antique Japanese tea let her father bought many years
Golden Wedding AnniversaryA entine'i Card Party to be canasta, and pinochle will be during which plan were be removed after the pro- ago.

given next Saturday were played, Player an liked to made for decorating Father gram.

golden wedding anniverlary be In charge of the guest of made four Joieph'i of the Catholic circlet take their own cardi. Refreshments Anderson Hall for the Valen The rage for ruffle hat ifoff the three quarter length \
fected several designer of sleeves of a straight cotton
will be celebrated by Mr. book. Church at their recent meet will be served and tine' card party. HOUSEHOLD HINTS re- t)
sort wear, each in his own lace shift with a flourish of
and Mri. Roy E. Taylor at Out-of-town guests here for inga. door and table prize will be The group'i new project, way Leo Narducci of Loom two rows of ruffles. At County .
Cone shaped drinking
their home, on 14th Street the occasion are Mrs. Lee The public ii Invited to at- awarded. Admission will be that of making slippers for cups make paper perfect fun- togs rim the neckline of Calicos, Claire polden put ;

SE today. Cook, Kansas City, Mo. and one dollar per person and older ladies who an hospitalized neli. Simply snip off the tip a brightly printed, curve.con* ruffles at the hem of a wide, I

Hostesses for the reception Mri. Mildred Smith, Inclnatte, ticket may be purchased in The ,hostess was begun.lerved 'refresh to size needed. icloua shift with an Inch iree-wheeling beach shift In a
Planters Club wide ruffle. Silvano of Roma, navy and white atar-fish print .
will be the couple'a daughter Ohio. advance from any Guild member meats to Meidamei Wilbur
Mra. Raymond Hoffman, and Friends of the couple are or on the evening of the Barnes W. B. Chrtimer and The enameled sections of a designing for Heiier, finishes ed cotton. ..
granddaughter, Mrs. Wayne Invited to call between the Has Program; card party at the door Amlel Brown. stove may crack if It 1 I. washed - - - -,
Buckner. Joe Hoffman Jr. will houri of three and five p.m. St. ElliabeUTa Circle St. Margaret' Circle when hot.
Plans Party Mr, Jerome Klump, chairman "The Bible A* History" I McDonald's Sundries '
I wa hoitei to members wn reviewed by Mri. Johan. An Ideal sandwich: Peanut II
The beginning of a new year of her circle at her Ilea Applebloom when St. Mar- butter mixed with honey and
1606 SIXTH ST. S.E.
( HAVE YOUR CLOTHES i and one feel the need for home.Mr ,aret', Circle met at the home ralilni. I .
I something new in accomplish'merits. *. Clifford Mann, pro- of Mr. Roland Francoeur. ONE HOCK or emits ARDINS ROAD |

f MARTINIZED FOR THE I The Planter Garden gram chairman, reviewed the Mr. Applebloom pointed out net session during which I Make !
a 1-Stop shopping
Club member filled that desire book "The Sign of Jon.. by how the author Werner Keller plane for refreshment for theValentine1 i
at their January meetIng Thorns Merton. It 1 I. a collection -
cited of how card
example party were
In learning a bit of the of personal notes and present day Israeli businessmen made. She Introduced a guest,
SPECIALS FOR Art of Dried Arrangement meditation act down by the were Improving their Mri. Val nl, from Quebec. I SANITONI LAUNDRY AND DIY CLUNIN4 StlVICI I I
I They had at their guest author, a trapplst monk, during I e SUNDRY ITIMS"
the old test Those attending Mesdames
country by using were
-, ,
McDan- of his life in
speakers Mrs. Irby five
yean ament as a guide. Applebloom, Zimmerman Open t '.m. 7 p.m. Weekdays Sunday a.m. 1 p.m. |
iel and Mri. Edgar Hales, the monastery. I I
Mra. Thomas Zimmerman, Francoeur, Jame Henry -
Phone CY 32311
who are well Informed, dextrous Mr. Jerry Ogburn member.was Introduced chairman conducted the buil James McNamee. I L. =. .:-_ .J
creative and artistic ta a new
la the handling of material Other attending were Mesdames - -
LONG died for making Dried Ar Klump, Mann, William

tangement Vlnson, Wayne Netheri, .
5 GARMENTS Mri. McDaniel gave the France Wlggln TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4th

: members information at to St. Rita' Circle made 3 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5th
the primary requirement, or Plana to have ticket Days, ONLY ,
rudimentary instruction for the card party were made
method of combining by St. Rita' Circle member THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th
$ when they met at the homeof
99 material, relativity of material
their chairman, Mri. C.
and design, explainedthe A. Hydron. Tlcketa have been

necessity of contour for and experimentation context, distributed to circle chairmen A CLINIC FOR THE RESTORATION OF YOUR SILVER ,
.... who will In turn give themto
and advised them to proceed all Guild memberi.Mr .
without hesitation due to Inexperience I ,
*. Hydron reminded her ..
One can get experience listeners of the retreat for IT THE Kgf AUTHINTIC ,
through doing, and i
women which will be held
therefore one must begin to February T, I, and I at Holy i
PLAIN be able to proceed, and there Name Priory in San Antonio. 'DOle I 'P
PLEASE by gain confidence and ability Reservations may be made w
Individually. by phoning Mr. Helen LoveJoy. .
Following the lecture, a period .
of instruction wa con A letter of thank wa read
ducted by Mri. McDaniel, from one of the members
Mr. Hales, and Mr. John Mr. Roy Smith and plan SILVER REPAIR SERVICE
Boland The member of were mad. to have the Feb-
Planter Club created their arrangements ruary meeting In the formof
SHORT and were iuccental a luncheon at the Haven '
in designing them. Hotel and then drive to the Cendurtad In Person ly ;
The Planter Club will sponsor Rohr horn for the aged, in
5 a Coffee Bridge Party Bartow. wo MISSING MCNIN MR PARKER I
Tuesday at l-lt a.m. M Feb- Plan wen also begun for '
rear, 4th, at the Winter Ha the annual banquet to be held An Ixpert en SltverammSIng, :
Ten W.....'. Club Donation in May, at which St. Rita' Direct teem' his Shop In Connecticut '"
will be ODe dollar, It la toM member will be hoitessei.
$99 II the Beautlflcation ., Those present were Met- MR. PARKER will talk to you individually about
the Elbert Elementary School: dames Hydron, Jack Summers .' Retilvermg Repairing: and Restoring your Silver
Ground The ,.bUela Invitedto Robert Huff, J. P. All kinds of Silver piece ., .Sterling( or Plate.,.
attend. Ticket and Infer Lawlor and Katherine Bea Antique or Modern, ,, black dented, broken and
nation may be obtained from trice. bent be sure to bring them to our ton and
Mra. David Cox Mn. Albert St. Thereta'i Circle without obligation get expert information about .-,
Marichall, and Mn. RwiellMcMillan. Mri. Herman Granada was their History and Value. -
Door prizes will be hostess to member of St.
given.Mr Theresa'* Circle at tbelr tliwlATOa SEI THI DISPLAY OP OlD SILVER finished and
PLAIN *. Cliff McElvey Jr. and meeting. Mr. Amlel Brown, loose oa unfinished you will be surprised at whit can
PLEASE Mr*. Robert Kennedy were chairman opened the meet teAxt MISSING be done and how economical it can bet I
I hostesses for the social hour log with prayer and then con- ..

proceeding the meeting. Member .
and guest enjoying their ion, Samuel Garrett Albert DCHTi
hospitality were Mesdames MarachaU, Wilmer McCutch-
and den'i forget we M. J. Arnold, John S. Bo- eon Russell McMillan, William ,.

Pie-Spot Every Garment land, Guy Boitlck, Beach Read, Alden Ryon, A. HACK AH AS SASE SENT
Brooks, Raymond Cooney F. Sllnglutf Jr., James Sweet MIDI MrtATINO Oa MILTID
Moth-Proof Every Garment David Cox, Ed N. Crawford, Lynn Wood, Irby McDanieland

Odorless Dry Cleaning Richard Daniel, Robert Daw- Edgar Hilei.n. .
Fresh as a flower-In Just One Hour

i YOUR SIL vnPlA TI.. .now worn, dented and Mark ':

can be heavily rwilvered made once again
.pirllmg and lovely. Tea lets, vegetable dishes,
FREE PARKING platters treys, candelabra and Mother old

family treasures now so popular the butter
dish, cake basket and cuter can abin again ,:
In "Bear of Stoic Walk Ihru to 3rd St. flltspSpecial. for another generations pleasure. :
YOUR STERLING pieces straightened, drat .
sale removed, black spots cleaned, new insulator and
i handle made, leaka and parta aoldered. Stainless _
steel blade inserted in old sterling knive.
NOW IS THI TIM! .,,look in attic and pantry today
on our fine election of slacks, shorts, sjhirte, Brine them la and secure: definite price
from Parker.
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Canada Asked I y't f 1' R r'% / Polk Youth Fair

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To Remove Tax' < t l Is March 19.20


i 1 On Citrus Juice ; ;:' : n1 Fair The will 1964 be Polk held County March 19 Youth and

20 at the Livestock ParUloirtai%

Bartow, W. H. Stuart, chairman
+ LAKELAND, Fla. (VPI) -
The Florida Citrus Commission '. y I ItI t r of the Fair Committee said.. ''
asked the Canadian A I'tL today.
government ,: .
p He also announced that County: :
1 Friday to remove recon i r
stituted juice from the / Agent Jack McCown the Youth. ..
orange Y ,.,,
soft drink category, which la : -s 4T 4 /d m a.i .. 'r Ili +v+ ar.4 ._ Fair manager, bas completed.
subject to an 11 per cent sales ICI most of the arrangements'and.--
tax in Canada. w' If ready to receive entry ap..
The commission asked David "fit"'F'''
wk x ary
plications from prospective exhlbitora. -
Sim, deputy'Canadian ministerof
customs to consider reconstituted All 4 H ))9oyi and CirU
Florida orange juice asa and FFA Boyi and FKA Gina
food product for tax purposes. who with to participate In the
Commission General Manager 4 el4rl, 4. ..''k$ u9
fair, may secure entry forma
Homer Hooks wrote Sim tl jr ',r1r.3 ;, ,
that reconstituted juice pro. from assistant county agents,
ceased In Florida la handled 4H leaden, vocational agriculture
under strict regulations and Is and bom e economic
Considered to be whole Juice, teacher
not diluted drink subject to
a Builds
beverage taxes. Pinckney The Polk County Youth Fair

"Such juice cannot be placedIn ii considered one of the finest
the lam category as a soft youth activities of its kind In
drink but should be considered New\ QuartersFor the nation and the committeewill
aa a food product whether for continue la ImprovementStuart
tex purposes or for any other aald.Competition.
OPEN NEW BUSINESS-Jam.. A. Grover and Mi purposes," Hooks wrote. ? a w t among exhibitors
ion, John A. Grover, check plant for their new exterminating Enclosed with the communication Car AgencyGround !!. !! ee ee for awards la expected to be
business which opened Saturday In Winter Haven to Sim were a copy of even greater than In the past.. ..
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Th. business is located It 395 E. Central Av.. The Grov. Florida Citrus Commission regulations The mm.Do*e
era, who have lived here for 24 have establishing strict standards was broken the past alblllty! to direct the activities
of In years many years for the manufacture of week for the new showrooms of the Fair la coi.iput, .;
experience exterminating. John is 1955
a graduateof ail chilled\ juice, Including Stuart Bullard, vice.
Winter Haven High School.Goldwater orange and maintenance garages of ts.r ; Henry
reconstituted orange chairman, Lake Walea; Bun
juice, and a copy of a publication Pinckney Oldsmobile, which Pipkin. Lakeland; O-nce 5.
dealing with the chemical will feature many Innovations -I Boiwell Bartow: Mrs. Lee
Pictures Self composition of some nst- In automotive display and ser 14; Padgett Lakeland; Mra. Wallace
I ural and processed orange vice, according to Vincent Orr Bartow; L. B. Ander.
juices. eon, Mulberry; Jack T. Me.
Pinckney, the owner. .
As In GOP "We must assure you that Cow; Mri. Ruth Elkina homedemonstration
Underdog Race The building complex locatedon
we are well aware that some agent, Bartow;
products marketed In both Can Sixth St. SW, between Ayes 1 Robert L. Hail Jr. assistant
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Goldwater said he had no intention ada and this country fall far D and E, will consist of a glaia- county agent Bartow; Warren

Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Arii., of accepting New York below our minimum quality wailed, air conditioned tales *> i t S>ni /t Harrell coordinator of vocation
hopeful of winning midlands' Cov. Nelson Rockefeller's challenge atandards. These products are, office and lounge situated in the al agriculture, Winter Haven;
support for the Republican in most cases, manufacturedwith JjK j2jBpa Bruce Howell, vocational agrl.
nomination to enter the West Vir,In.I. center of three separate outdoor
presidential pictured excessive amounts of wa culture teacher, Lakeland; n41rMra. << -
himself the underdogand la presidential primary. ter, artificial flavor, sugar, citric sales patios with massive pre. Mickey Carlton, futurer**
laid former Vice President "Rockefeller doesn't Influencemy acid, and other components, stressed concrete overlapping homemaker teacher, Ft Meade.."
Richard M. Nixon was hit moves," Goldwtter said."Wt and should properly be classified ] roofa. E
strongest opponent. as drinks or beverages.With Each will be -
planned a long time ago patio surroundedby
H. laid Nixon was strong, regard to these products, HemorrhoidsRssurtt
tropical plantings and Interconnecting i1
not to enter the primary, and,
In the of Imposing
because logic
not of a possible en wt concur walkwaya The .
conCrete .
dorsement from former President as far as I'm concerned It still the same tax aa that beams and columns, and Fistulas* end
Dwight D. Eisenhower but stands." which Is applied to drinks or the masonry units, will be leftunlini.hed ; ii
other Rectal Dlitastalucctssfully ;r.
because he ran such a close On farm legislation, Goldwater beverages. "to provide a contrasting
race against the late President said agriculture was suffering Hooks assured Sim that the background for the treated by.
Kennedy. Commission did not presumeto shiny, precision machined auto NEW CONSTRUCTION-Pinckney Oldsmobile will ]loin! the growing list of Winter NON-SURGICAL- :
because of
government control
Speaking at a $100 a.plale question the right of the mobiles. ads '; .w
Haven businesses which are moving into fine, contemporary buildings Ground wet

Jackson fund-raising County dinner, Republican Goldwater Hi said there was a certain tax Canadian on reconstituted government to orange levy equipped The service and located area to will provide be broken the past week for the complex, shown above In the architect's drawing. Below, at Dr. Earle Rabb 1

laid the former vice presidentwas withdrawal of government control juice, or, indeed, on any other maximum service In less time the ground breaking, from lefts Larry Tucker, Vincent Pincknty, hit wife Jane, who It N.D.
like a fighter "who milled in cotton. But he added product. Each maintenance area will wielding the shovel, architect Thomas Kincaid and Mayor Richard Danttler. Tucker Is the Clinic : R3P.e
the crown by juat a few points.Of that unless the withdrawal Is "W would, however, request have Itt own drive-In entrance builder, earl-tr
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course, he It high on the speeded up "wt will not be that you evaluate the enclosed to as to provide prompt ser -
list for the nomination." producing cotton in the United materials, as 'well as our own vice. ----- :!I!
Goldwater renewed hit attack States within the next five comments, to determine If reconsideration The 'entlrt structure will
on the administration and the years." Is possible when match Winter Haven't rowing Winter Haven Appliance Dealers Present Tht First AnnualWASHERAMA iKi
U. S. missile program He said the matter Is approached from list of fine buildings, and will ;
the missiles had not been tested I KANSAS CITY, Mo. Sen. our point of view," Hooks said have complete landscaping of
and "we can't teat them." Barry M. Goldwater R-Arli., He reiterated Commission opinion the surrounding grounds J2
"I'm not alone In this," he repeating his criticism that that Florida reconstituted ,D. Thomas Kincaid II the
added. "The generals of the U.S. missiles art unreliable: orange Juice should be exempt. architect and L. D. and J. P. 5i
Strategic Air Command: and "I'm not alone] In this. The ed from this particular tax on Tucker are the the builders 5s
scientists are In doubt about generals of the Strategic Air the grounds of definition as a The completion date Is :
them." Command and scientists are In food and not a drink or bev scheduled for about May 1, andSporiswear-
In a newt conference earlier, doubt about them." erage. Pinckney said.

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Russian Speed Skater Wins 3rd 1'r'1 is "


,Gold Medal In Winter Olympics

. Soviet; Women Also 1-2-3 In Skiing
The JONES Boy! . B/ Alan Mover
4By.HENRY W TIIORVBERRYtPI garnet-far more than any other .
Sports Writer nation
INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI-) I Nash triumph In the two- move

:Lldia Skoblikovi Russia fatistie man bobsled, sa softening snow / ;' their I ;K .

speedskstini queen, won helped frustrate his two Italia \
her third gold medal of the win. challengers, gave Britain III P I f&

ter Olympic games today but first Winter Olympic gold med :

Jean Saubert, America top al since 1952 Niels

Olympic l hope, apparent Nash, a 27.year-old businessman Crisp;
missed her chance for a gold from Amersham, England, Mrs ;
medal in the women's slalom
ski with a reputation for daredevil Harry

Skiing much too cautiously I Ian In driving on a bobsled, though ard
effort to avoid mistakes he had lost the title on the las Mrs
Mist Saubert took only sixth of his four runs down the icy First '
place in the first heat of the bobrun when he clocked only; Knight
slalom In a disappointing 447 1:OS.SI. It was the worst timeof Mclver :
seconds his four runs and gave hima Mrs
The Oregon State University total 01 a::21.90. ;
junior, who Is reckoned virtually B t-'S rZ rdinl of Italy, Klink.
the only gold medal hopeful who was leading after three
on the U.S. team which has yet teats, and eight.time world Moore. r
to win a medal of any kind In champion Eugenlo (Red Top) Mike
these games admitted later Monti of Italy, who was expected .. tae cer vs
that "perhaps I was too care to make a wild all.out effort :
ful" In the first run down the to catch up, both followed Loser tennis of
season the
Llzum ski slope with even worse times as rising zS'yf.4gn.4t 0HAYff va :
In the slalom, skiers must temperatures slightly vi treasurer; Tommy Smith,
pass through a series of gates slowed the track. Ztrdin JONES, ; The junior nsfn;,
ai they speed down the mountain was second and Monti third cTNf CONS/SYENCY K/ a membership of 35,
and Mint Saubtrt was obviously Canada's Vic Emery took 1F6'44' wyet#AY QE 9/F 4$7rti
swinging too wide on her fourth place In 4:23.49.: The U.S.No. -C Golf Is the junior tennis club;
turns to avoid losing points by 1 sled driven by Larry Me- CAMO t'/6V ///aaNdlibld :
missing a gate US team manager Killip of Saranac Lake, N.Y., JY w/NNrn'e Afi' APttt1 Z VAeU
Fred Casottl said her took fifth with 4:24.60, clocking !/dl A'6YIs
chances were "dim" of catching ; 1:05.S4 and 1:06.25 on today'atwo 1P7W 7 6trW iiiiiiiimiiniI ,
up on the second heat, over runs CONyICd'TwL OGYM/2' 6000
Robin Dixon Nash's brakeman }GVG0aqRCEFS AfiP4L rWTor1O. Pee
an easier course. French teenage ,
sisters Marielle and Chris. admitted, "we bad a bitof PAC!f4ifCF. 5p dwt4YFiaw ships, I I
tine Goitschcll were first and luck because we had a good .

second respectively in 43.09 seconds acting position and the track +..r..a,...-a.ra.w June young I
and 43 85. apparently sot slower and slower Country
But it seemed that nothing ." :
could stop the amazing Mri The usually bubbling Nash, ment RITIII
Skoblikova, whose victory today momentarily stunned by victory Oehlert
along with a 1.2.3 Russian finally cut loose with, "to- The
sweep in women's night we are really going toelebrate
skiing boosted the Soviets' ." CLUTCH do .
''overall lead in the games. I First and second place In the ? 'All Minute handlcap.'a"" .+nl.-..
In another gold medal event 1.000 meters, plus the 12.3 ""' tures
ttoday, Britain Tony Nash ended weep In ski, CHATTER
a 12.year gold medal droughtby gave the Soviet Union an over. I 0 and I
winning the two-man bobsled all total of 12 medals so far IDthe Age

games ed are :
Mrs Skoblikova, a husky Miss. Boyankikh took the NASCAR veteran Joe Weatherly who was killed 10 : : :
blonde Siberian schoolteacher! ross country race, long a So. 10-12(
:smashed the Olympic record viet specialty in 40:24.3. followed in the Riverside, California race two weeks ago will be r
for the event with a clocking of by Eudokla Mekshile In Inc.
honored by the Daytona International Speedway. A {
.:33.2: although she was short of 40:28.8 1: and defending Olympic In 147.
ter own'world record of 1:311 champion Maria Gusakova In new grandstand, currently under construction, will be ment

who The was year-old a double Soviet Bold medal star 40466: :I named for him. The stands, capable of seating 5,800, from entries

.winner jn the 1960 Winter will be finished in time for the Daytona "500." In .

Calif Olympics, previously'at Squaw had won Valley the, Sv/anson Gets Prior to Weatherly's death the last time a driverwas five age- a;

Women'a sod( ) meter and 1,500 killed in NASCAR Grand National competition wai of

muter speedskating Titles here Sept. 2, 1957, when Bobby Myers was fatally injuredin boys'
She Is fie: first woman in his Golf Pro Job of 12
tory to win three gold medal the Southern 500 at Darlington, S.C. Since that time, holes : J

In a single Winter Olympics up to the Riverside race, but not including it, all driven of
and the first of either sex to had raced an aggregate of 1,092,576 miles in Grand place
win five fold medals In more At Palma Ceia 17. f
than one Winter Olympiad. National competition without a driver fatality. In : CENTER

Her victory today, and that This speaks well for the safety requirements imposed slon _,
of Claudia Boyarskikh, also a Archie Swanson,,,-assistant pro.It'ulonal by large racing organizations such as NASCAR.In :: : : I
schoolteacher and t 'lInc pro at won
the women
kilometer cross-country race a Winter Haven Golf Club for the any competition of this sort death is a constant com- with a I

gave the Soviets a total of five pant six months will take over panion, but racing is not the foolhardy sport it once 13* on \ ::: J
gold in this these tame duties tomorrow at Orlando
medals years :
was I
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Club In Tampa Henry CutiHo 13.13 :
I. the head pro at the Palma Last week due to space limitations I was only able Well 13 CN. Ft. e
Advantages .
Ceia links.Before to show one of to pictures of the Rambler "Tarpon," ganiier NO FROSTREFRIGERATOR
coming to Winter Ha Is
I IM yen, Swanson was an assistant so I wanted to give auto fans a side view of this same 1924 )

pro at Lake Region Yacht. and Ii car. It has excellent lines, particularly the roof line. The ; :
Country Club for two-and one golfer
half years There
Swanson recently recorded a
hole! while touring the c-o the :
-- -- local golf course On No. 12 at t' ,, ber of c
Winter I H I
Haven a 175-yard par I
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BEcoMB art a PR'S %' (UPI) Charlie Sifford, cigar.

l' By MILTON RICHMAN In the experiment will be askedto TV Blackout: opll64.P yrM6,74'ANA'S CHAMPS yblxC chomping Loa Angel Negro, News SPORTS

UPI Sports Writer drink a beer, write down i r- Y Gr/AMmNe bit done It aialn-tor the third
'NEW YORK (UPI) If you their average putting score and OARJ/FS Nf TNRoiNf lrt4 fNE/S ,.-'- rime h. goldi I piece of the Chief
)jnuit drink, dtm't drive-but it'aberfectly then their actual number of WASHINGTON (UPI i A leadership la the marathon (0
okay to go ahead and putti after completing 11 hole "' TONY
congressman and numerou hole (100,000 Palm Eprlngi IOU
putt. Howard' Kaskel. president of ; lEMA,
That's the word from a noted the Doral Club and a ranking! professions porti leaden ten It'll" SCORtO classic
eye doctor who claim one New York state amateur golfer, Ifled Friday in favor of proposed 11FIIf r Going Into the fourth round Heavyweight Champ LivesIn

plan of beer often can 1m- says the experiment will be UglilatloQ to exempt 196VIC1'dlrJ' today, his coleider it southpaw .
foci a golfer'i putting conducted for one month belin-
from anti-truit statute, '
Notice carefully he laid sports i.l Bob Charles, the rclgnln,
rung Saturday.
'ae doctor'i principle but a halt was urged to "un .6i' THEe:7POSJY champion from Of
ONE. "Maybe the British Open Neighborhood Luxury
Dr. William W. Vallotton. a sounds farfetched, but there reasonable television blackoutiof 8/ New Zetland.

leading ophthalmologist at the could be something to It," Ka gamei.Rep. Sifford 41, and Charles, 27 traffic. "But after all his ,akJt,-
Medical College of South Ciro- kel said "Anyway, golfers have Frank A. Stubblefield, led t IIIw:
lira, reported hit findings before done much more drastic thing told the Senate Antitrust had totali of 20Slg log htavyetght champion of the yack I want to see what be can
the 57th annual meeting of to cut down their acoret." DKy, aubcomml It; w SyoRtBEERp'a under par.Charles world has brought SonnrlJ.toa do in the ring"
the Southern Medical Associa Dr. Vallotton'i theory concerns and Monopoly 's It10NEYWNNIN I had round of 11-72. a long way from the sharecrop He falls silent momentarily,
tion. itself with one beer and tee that It was Imperative I to "Mr,, I ? 69 and Sifford 66Tin.Sifford'i per'i cabin in Arkansas from his big-muscled bulk relaxed on
He laid that alcohol increases mikes no provision for other have "adequate protection r_ C n' !' CArl clfJ'r .leader with Sif which he started. the cuiions. And he ponders
convergence tone and may alcoholic bevel I". against unreasonable television "" yl Oio( /L' 1'11.'j eo Listen, ai he prepares for his each question put to him.
convert cxophorla into ortho- The doctor laid a beer may blackouti.. (1tY /. tA f rlilfl/ ford wn Doug Sanders wh title defense against lippy Cat "It wouldn't do me no goodto
phorla. create normal condition: of ba 1 ,,Ya, took a third round 71 and ah slue Cay at Miami Beach Convention look at bow Clay fights," he
f'For the benefit of any nontoVeri sacs of the ocular muscles of He laid only pro football currently ,1i t' 1 'j o/962 wit at 214 for &4 holes. Sameri' Hall on Feb. 25, la liv. says. "I don't think be'11 try to
In the crowd, the docspr the two eyes In which their via. wn engaged In the "un v fill/II II first two rounds were 119. leg not only in the lap of luxury carry the fight to me. But I'll
meant one beer may make sal lines meet at the object toward reasonable" blackouts but e p'cgD UPI but In the neighborhood,, Just fight my own tight That's
fl golfer lee better. which they are directed I warned that it could spread to ll OUr 68. too. the only way to do it."
The theory corks out fine on This would compensate for In- ; I One ,' ka behind Sifford and
other sports in the future. ? pOOO, Ills living quarters are a $100,, People standing on a corner
but to tee what it act- efficient action of one or more wr' k hole marl for light
piper 'Oiq m Charles at the 54 000 mansion on exclusive Pine ai the car stopped
tually does on the green, an experiment of the eye muscles which C.UI- Stubblefield lent hit luppor 4' ; \ JI/AfI"tP Cftipter, the 195 Tree Drive. A circular driveway recognized him and waved. Li..
strictly in the Inter- ei one eye to deviate from the to the bill but suggested a 1 W/PTr& was Billy wit fronti.the house, which Ii right ton waved back
eats of medical science, you correct direction. clause restricting blackouts 1 U G.! National Open champion, next door to the residence of "It feels good to be champIon -
understand, will be conductedat And if that isn't all quite television stations which ar. 167 1Iz' a score ot TO-72-67-209. New York Yankee owner Dan ," be volunteered. "and Iti
the Doral Country Club In clear, then blame it on* thebeer located within I 75 R.rQ ,,, G4ssf12'AR.aaced.4 Grouped at 210 was an odd Topping. A scrolled gate leads good to see people smiling and
Miami, Fla, borne of the $50,' physically ac collection of four golfers: Jimmy into a walkway with terraced waving It'i a lot different than
000 Doral Invitational.Golfers Bartender, pleas bring me miles of the game site. lie IIld old fashIon arches and the patio in the the old days Now I don't hive
.- who wish to take part my putter I II antitrusanction Demaret 83-year- realize I'm
since Congress gave rear looks out to where a motor to pinch myself to
to a master contract -plate of the links who had cruiser Ii docked on the Intra- the champion. But I knew I was
for television pro football I ii Bowling Congress Official round of 75-67-671 Gem Littler coastal Waterway. going to be champion after I
pnple Crown Wide Open the National Footbal the year-old 1961 National Llston ii not cramped for beat Cleveland Williami InJloulton.
1961 Open titllst who ii working on breathing apace in this ."
I League has extended the blackout ill aecond quarter-million do hacienda and hit eyes are appreciative That was four years ago. After
Affair 1964 Season to include the televlsio Slated To Speak Here Feb. 8 i Ian In golf prizes; and a pair of Hi gleaming white flattening Williams In two
During itatlon'i entire coverage area of newcomberi, Bob Adamson Facade. From here he goes out rounds, LJston dusted off Roy

The sports involved in the Mill Sue HutcJicni, WomanInternational '. of Arcadia, Calif, and Randy three times dally In orderly preparation Harris, Zora Folley and Eddie
the from for his clash with Clay Machen en route to bin title shot
; By OSCAR FRALEY Go back through year antitrust statues ere Bowling Conlre81Field lover, a 22-year old pro
proposed Carolina. The first time Is at 6 a m., at Floyd Patterson and a first
UPI Writer and even if you only cai football,, South
Sports baseball, will antis
professional Representative, win the
Littler had rounds of Tl-M TlAdamion : when he does hit roadworks. round knockout to
2 H1ALEAH, Fla. (UPI -Th. ually interested when the Trip'! basketball and hockey at a meeting of the Citrus Cen 717069; and Glover Then, at noon, he goes for a championship at Chicago in September

grooms ling softly in the tree Crown rolls around you bay ter Woman'a Bowling Assoc- ; H 70-67.Jack. mile walk. And at 1 pm he of 1962.
jhaded stable area at Hlaleal' heard of the likes of Cand FIA Class One atlon Feb. S at 7 p.m, The meeting Nlcklaui scored a third climbs Into his waiting Cadillacand The car stopped In front of his
and Sports, Rldan, Carry Back, Ni round 69 to go with earlier drives to the Surfside Auditorium training quarters and Llston
trace canno
course you will be held at the StateFarm ''
Enter workout. aiylng, "Well, 1\ .
his out
Can for daily
of Cars round of 7372 and had a &t'
and others jut
live Dancer
3 lame them that their favorite Just north of Win work. But it
> building hole total of 214 Arnold Palm Ai the time for the workout time to go to lure
nelody today II "My Old Ken gernaut reputation. When the, Daytona Race ter Haven on Hwy. 17 tr was itlll father back with nears, Llston'a mind only then seems like a lot of trouble for
'ducky Home"Hone won, It was big news Whe Presenting an Interesting and 187171-221. urea fully to the job at hand. a job that ahouldn't take more

; racing, to the averagi they lost, it was bluer DAYTONA BEACH Ellglblllty Informative Mill When the car pulls out of the than IS minutes"
? program
for the 200C COLTS driveway his conversation Is all Then he walked Into a bunt.ling
It could have been another requirements 5TEELERS
centered around
fan, is will discuss the history -
ports Continent Hutcheni The about the fight. gym that was miles apart
Ohio )
"Diytona (
She Triple Crown, meaning the those yean with one or two bll kilometer.1" for Grand Touring can have and growth of the WIBC,: Pittsburgh CANTON,Steelen will play "That Clay ,don't bug me," he from the serenity of that big
Icentucky"Derby, the Preaknesi. colts battling for most of the Men broadened to Include FIA the many aervicei offered to he Baltimore Colts here Sept. Insisted ai the car moved into white house oo Pine Drive.

.and the -Belmont Stakes But' loot. But then there evolved i I Han; One can, ai well II its members; the duties and responsibilities II I In the third annual National -. -
and ..
league .
of city .
let of circumstances and Three It hi Hall of Fame -
those classics have< strange passes Two football League
3.bll 3aken year on added Interest in al. First of all, there wn i I been announced by WHO. officers Tournament; the WIBC, and Championship 'Annual ;}; lUtlitir am..
coughing epidemic last tprin. ([Bill) France, president of Day Seven new members of the
:moat every barn. which caused many colts to braced ton. International Speedway. Meeting; the AJBC Programand subects Hall of Fame, to be announced
.* Because, ai It happens oftare slightly, If at all, and This means that cars of under other vlt.ll1lmport.nt color- his week, will be enshrined are Y
If time permits, .Nr
occasions, there U not iHg most of the crop was slow diveloplng. I300cc will be on the ..t.rtin"Ifld ? -game ceremonlei. .e ...Nt
will be ihown
horse" which!; all the retl A galloping dand;; when the International field slides Following her WIBC presenatlon MISS SUE HUTCHEM
Native looked roan away at 10 a m. on Sun -- --
namejl B.alse A ---
% brightly (in public Misi Hutcheni will con ,
f them ,
like: mother of those bccasional lay, Feb. 15, In pursuit of SIt-
Jut forlornly In private to be wonder horses but he bowed too first place money and the duct in Informal question and' rfAMILY I
session In order to deal Women
Chal answer i
able to beat. a tendon After that a swlf FTestolite International with problems Region
more specifically any
have to lay it'. wide colt called Hurry To Market age Trophy. of
winner will re that might be particulampnrtance
The Class One
the championship PLEASER1'Qu..ta
Jpen this year," concurred Ken won or Interest to the
and might have been thi dive $500 for first place In IIIcl. ah
'$y No. Jr, a young but knowlidgeable one to watch But this week hi lass, $250 for second, and $104 local city assoclalon. Hold QualifyingThe
: Hialeah racing lecre- suffered a hoof injury and ma], for' third. Varied. occupations and a 16- 1 tOOl! I
with kindJf Fully sanctioned by FIA, the rear love of bowling have prepared -
guy, "Everybody any be on the shelf most of the
Continental will carry high Mist Hutcheni for the per Lake Region Women'i Bright tilting but not I
a colt who never did figures any year. Then ire others with reputa. lnts toward the manufactur iltlon ii field representative for Golf Association will hold qualifying harp, Kraft French la the
Jhlng as a two-yeir-old She his won state I
3t might turn out to be the clan. lions of sort, of course. Such II es' world championship WIBC. and round for handicaps beginning I one that mri/body hkee-
kilometer (1243 miles'stance ) and e double titles kids and too. I IIt'l
The 200
if the lot. Everybody's hopeluL" Journalist, Chieftain, Roman worked in bowling promotion Tuesday Two 11 hole I grown-ups
Golden Ruler and Bup ( makes the Contlnrntahe far and away the
be Fri
rounds will played by I
scheduled for for several lanei In Memphis,
longest race I 8 'h
favorite ,
the firs
which captured
ers. he United States In 1964. her hometown. Her average I I.In I. day. 1 I II II
six furlong test for three-
year In of rain, the final
and the has a hlllh case
the 170's,
It will\ run over the Speed
olds at Hialeah hat week. I II
round can be played on Saturday
SEARCrSAUTO 181-mile road and track game[ and series of 262 and 8V<
Yet that was only a six-fur, ray'i Her career has also Included or Sunday.WH I
lonllprlnt. They tack on a furlong tuna:
work In a WAVE separation I II I
In the Bahamas on Feb I I
Hialeah to clinch Id center during the war, post Old Timers I
CCCHANGIIM but figures Poet Predicts I
with the usa and the YWCA,

Ave. K. spots the Triple ii a Crown proving with ground the Everglades foi. He Is 'Dream' and a position as a recreations At Lake WalesThe I I I
for the Memphis Recreation -
/ '.w. on Feb. 19 and the $100, director Department. Old Timers bowl this I KRAV? ItM I

Pli.asr00k. 000 added Flamingo on Marct MIAMI BEACH (UPI) Min Hutcheni Ii centered In weekend at Lake Wales and I I
A 1. Both of those are over the
heavyweight challenger Casslui Atlanta. Ca, and travel s next weekend at Havendale
2l-47t1 mile and an eighth route, tents Hay ii making the most out olill throughout the Southern region Lanei., I
M C. A. Striw which will prove a colt's heart underdog status In the Feb. representing WIBC. All bowlers ire asked to meet I
eat $IACCY .es.CTMIMfKLUNKIR and stamina for the big dl.. 25! t title bout. at Cypreai Lanes at 6 p.m. for fmWafmmm J
vouR tance events ahead, and when Wales. L( urn
BOVWI To his self given title of National Baakethafl Association rides to and from Lake
s they put up that $100,000 ..ddedpUfi. 'the greatest," he has added By Veiled Press International
you can bet nobody witha I 'the gambler's dream."
CAt" Eastern Division
will in hi. stall
chance stay
? "Everybody's gonns get rich W t Fct. Consult
: letting on Casslus Clay," the Boston U 13 .735 "Mike II: Your Rule,

xmisvtlle lip laid Friday, after Cincinnati 35 19 .84
-I earning he was a 61 under- Philadelphia 23 28 .451 Itc1 BillCHARTI, POOLE, C.L.U.
log' against Sonny Llston. Mew York 17 40 .298
While the year-old challen- Western Division (RED LIFE UNDERWRITER

ler was talking, the heavy Lot Angeles 11 23 .583 ,.o Ovee t 0 Ye.," i Eip.rl,nei In Cant,1 l FltrUa/ ,
CONCRETE BLOCKS right champion.. pound- S.n Francisco 29 23 ..558St. $acc.5 fullyPlaeaine kulitim ficpl Silo liltttluilntis
MORTAR MIX Inl away at sparring partner Louis 30 24 ..554ialtlmore ..n41d04 I Insurance' Probltim
a SUMP: BLOCK: ass Bawd!') 21 30 .412
PIERS At one point, Llston drove hliirst Detroit 13 38 .265 10th ;St.. S.L Ph.CYI.UUWRESTLING .
DRY HELL BLOCKS into Bowdry's stomach, Friday' Kesalts
UIr! e ft COVERS oubllng up the sparring mate."Layoff Boston 114 Philadelphia (7 -- --- ----- ------- Hart Schaffner & MarxVIRACLE
Dl'R0WALI.PRECAST Sonny, deal try tokill inclnnatl US Baltimore. 101
LINTELS him" waned trainer Wile Saturday's Canes
FLUE: BLOCK: Reddish. It took several Sin Francisco at New York
DRAIN TILE mutes for Bowdry to recover oston at Philadelphia !
STEEL DOOR FRAMES nough to resume the workout Detroit at Baltimore
STEPPING STONE jot Angeles at St. Louli.
PATIO STONE 1C* TWO KOOEIES SATURDAY FEB. 8thIN sheds wrinkles with a twist
PRE-CAST WINDOWSILLS Th. Kansas City Athletics havened BOSTON (UPI-The middle-
II two more rookies to eight fight between Joe De- WINTER HAVEN Maybe you don't made the demands en a suit that the
ANCHOR BOLTS 1964 contracts. They are Ron uccl and Larry Carney orlgl- man In the "herd hat" does, but if you should,
a. SUPERIOR BRICK hompklni, a pitcher and ally scheduled for Boston Gar- NATIONAL GUARD ARMORYTV the Yireele suit's equal to them. Viraele Is HSSM'alightweightbut
DRIVEWAY MARKERS itcher Bruce Nichols. Nichols den, Feb. S, has been postponed h.rdyl-bl.nd! of 45 Y. fin.spunworsted
CMPt.WtfSDOtfri.WXAT w.a drifted from the Detroit until Feb. 17 because of Denuc-. STARS IN PERSON end SS '. Dacron polyester. VireeU resists
M CLOCK THEY AWMORtUOWAOAVS ALL Igeri organization last year. ci'l bead cold. wrinkles and tenaciously holds e press.

HAVE WRi4T WATCHES Masonry and (Resisti. spots too. These that do occur sponge off.)
Plaster Sand; Wrinkles hang out overnight and Vireele gees to work

Fill Dirt next day to keep you trimly turned eat all day

Direct E ELJERPlumbing from $8500

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-1* a s Fixtures
: riatur.e for ma
"From exactly' how bathroom, kitehon and liuntfrr.Vour .
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HONORED AT LUNCHEON-V. S. (Bol' Trey, canter, mIcrobIologIst! with Conti. 2-Pc.
nantal Can Co., ws guest of honor at I luncheon given by associates and friends In tha Sofa :; :: :: :: ::

citrus tnduitry. Troy retires next month. Shown with him are John W. Carpantar, Contl.nantal .,., '
Can offic. manager In Winter Hav.n and William Enni, chief of customer r.- A Rift. (11100 (l )

lurch 'in the cemp'ny'i Florid district.

2-Pc. D I

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100 A__ At S.W. 100% Nylon
ll.. $U .08 ? ? ) 1

7/4 D. ;Zcdd Push CitrusFive NAT. ADY.

Insurance colorful magazine ads Solid- W.lnut '
will be used In promoting FlorIda C.v.r.d ,In I )
Aims? ... fresh and processed citrus A RIG Sllt.OO (I )
during the next four month,
according to the Florida Citrus ,

Commission's advertising Genuine
Two of the advertisements ly Nat. Adv. "
ARTICLES FOR SALE will be devoted to fresh oranges, and lack, Z ,
NAT. ADV. $". )
each to frozen
one concentrated
orange Juice and canned ,
single strength orange juice, Danish
and the remaining ad to fresh
Slid, Walnut' ,
A "
grapefruit promotional? Items
SPECIAL s..t end Leks ,
spoons and recipe booklets. .... $llt.OO .
Homer E. Hooks, Commission
general manager said he was
CLASSIFIEDREADER especially pleased with proofsof 82-Inch I

the fresh orange ads which ly Nat. Adv. "
are aimed at the younger set. G.nuln. F.... "
The caption, "How long since Rift. S2if.OO I I
you've eaten an orange?" depicts
SERVICE a young boy enjoying a Odd
Florida orange in the Feb. I
issue of Saturday Evening Post. ,.!_,. Sit.00.
The March 14 issue of the same Taar C .lce .. I
magazine shows I young girl
finishing an orange in I color'
ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS ful photo bearing the caption Large 't"w

"Remember the fun of eatingan
FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD orange"
eo. Frozen concentrated orange Ch. .. (rem I.
lift. S2MOO .
juice as an any tlme-of day re-
Notices For This
Department freshner is featured in the Feb.
Limited 15 Issue of Saturday Evening Round
To I It. Post, Feb. 21 issue of Life, and ly PRISTIftt & .
March !issue of Reader's Digest. It.blM,. hit ..11 I )
IteIIII for ..I.? nw.p te tilt I. N. Lh.... Na c..-e. RIG. $".00 ...
vain) If fill or !.. ... An c.II, February's Farm Journal,

>S. II W.rf Unit II .1 turn ta I Life's Feb. T Issue and the High
tea. At i. A* MM t. .,...lit I la t*, May 9 Issue of Saturday Evening .
ly PI STIG[. &. "
) Post stress O. J.
I. lock. ...Ic. awrt .....1. tbs kmlfM. dtsxrtim* wit,,.. by tingle as exemplified Rubb.r. Only 2 In
prica af afftrinf a4 fits. strength lift. $"'.00 ..
Nt w _JIM .I. with "' ...... orange juice. .
.mb.r .r "" .f
tka .. ". .. .I. "'-... March issues of McCall's and 7
Ladies' Home
Journal will carry
4.: -N-. (.......rcla! ads will" 7. N. 'Mil .,.,., Co.nmission adj containing coupons
-re4. for obtaining grapefruit ;1 1W
I. A* will nut I Am. :
.. spoons and copies of the recipe V.?.. ta $15.00 t .
.3DDOTHERIS booklet, "101 Ways to Enjoy II. They Un ( ?)

CIRCULA TING .iu roe beater (o0)) bin...,. US.00.ipac.CY hcat.r HIM alt.r With Florida Grapefruit." Armless
126.00. FR a.llio8 I 00 p.m.I I
I ,
USED, Jalou.l.d 126 00. Fa doors.160' sod wIDdowl -1. Groundhog REGA S21.OOiYA( .. "
Bnutlful Gardenia Buih-l. I fret Watch ) '
high' .iccptlnnally thrifty. SI 00a. Set OnGobbler's
Truth., Park KU MJ at Hwy.
BEAUTIFUL\ I to I ft II Wlo 97. Curt....
.ch. Lrnr Lrvt. 2K1I KnobPUNSUTAWNEY i
AT. ItIONw. Inwood'. CV l-<, Jt I ;
44- I Pa. UPI .'
Pin EONS. C 0m men .. Slrtliht SHETLAND FLOOR POLISHERand Members of the Punxsutaw-
Whll.i' A FanUlli. 7ta UP bv.. clran.r. Hardly! iirad Like I ney Groundhog Club began the
CY Sings 1 21180.Wahnet. fiavtiit Church, ::1934131.Halt price, 11750. Phone countdown Saturday for their 18th
trek up Gobbler's Knob to Canoe Solid Makaginy.
SQUAB FOR THE SPECIAL Ridge to get their once.year NAT. ADV. $ t l
I rind!! hut.n OCCASION SI.00 such', Phone weather warning. I
used Good Uoar. WOO tach.. Bobby CY ,,2 :M. Shortly after sunrise today, j
ISO Sth St., BE. Solid ,
club members will hoof it up to
n- the Knob to roust out the WITH/ LASS
UPPER CHAIR..21-hind condition. HUNTER Seal Rldlnf outfit nary I famed Pun; 130.W. 383-6351 after I.00 p.m. and black. SIM li CY t-7763. hog-proclaimed with varying
11700. degrees of affection a: the seer
.03. of seers prognosticator: extraordinary 43"
TWO Etlnrud 8 tallon lust l. tanki HOMd KONO, Fan Shape Wicker and weather prtohet (I '
with hoi conneclloni Rrtfood \ Cabinet
buy. |19 M ...,'". 2 3.U7>. 430 Chair and Otlnman $16 00. CY without peer.
21.t gtiwt BW. 4-4H1 1:... CT l-711t As legend baa It, if the famed Solid Mtpl.l t
$0- I woodchuck emerges from his' NAT. ADV. $ [ I
91- underground den and casts ,
BOAT Tullcr tlr. B30/4M 1]", 4hoi. ; \
wheel l N.v., born u..d. GAB STOVE. Oood condition shadow the world la In for all
Bargain. SW.- 135: .00. :.U3-4278, 430 21stStreet I SWM: 130 Jnd II., Uk Ida. more weeks of wintry weather.If Large

no shadow appears, well ly N.,. Adv.
} -f. you can shuck your long :Mas.I Kl.. IMt.OO. || )
8EIGB Platform mek.r. tn *.ne.Flent -
l condition. 11500 JM Wf.t CONSOLE: If TV. Good condition. Beyond a shadow of a doubt,
W-rhord 81., Lak. Alfred. TRS1S1S. 13000.: CY I-15M 111 Polk Dr., insist the club members, Br'er
BE. Groundhog calls the shot today, 64-Inch

ly :
NAT. ADV. AT $ ( ) I !

For Happy Heertaanre.Valentine '
60" B.

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Valentine Hearts NAT.Slightly ADV.D.m.q.d.$ .:

assorted chocolates

Hand dipped. construction.

Hand rolled. -

Heart lhaped box.

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{Stm3ay, February 2, 1961 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN; FCORID* Page Seven eee

t I The Citrus Scene- derwood we put will this, be this through on writer the the high and old seas VII-his1I'lfe PccENr Where. You'll Find Good

board SS Arladnt, bound for
CConttnued From Page One) km" seems to most people to Puerto Rico and the Virgin or

That Is probably true, with products and larger produc Islands-and will be back home Foods At Cut PricesPlus
jtm* exception th* analysis of be "damn good business" next Friday.On Deep
jthe abilities and "craftsman..hlp" It Is conceivable this year this trip I have planned to
[. of the various citrus the I cents per box levy oa
with Puerto Rican clt.
commission management and oranges will be sufficient, but
administrative staff and thereIs that next year, conditions will rut people and to find out more You Get FREE TOP VALUE
I am told, a good and sufficient be such, because of competing bout tot Virgin Islands Corp.
reason for holding that; products, even such a thing asa which li allegedly involved Isa
for the Administrative Committee larger California crop, It
deal to use about 1,700 acre
agency beaded by Kings- would take a dozen pennies! a STAMPS As An Added Bonus
wood Sprott of Lake Wale No box to do a respectable jo b. of U. S. acreage to plant torn
doubt In this writer's mind The commission could use such oranges, build a concentrate
that BAH has recommended flexibility, but It I is this one plant which will mix fruit
certain staffers should eitherbe man's considered opinion there grown in the Virgin Islands CM G
shifted around or, possibly! would be "ben and tarnation CELL
with that In Panama and
fired on the spot. raised against giving the commission
Whether this is good for the what some have already ship tome 3 to 4 million gal,
morale of the Lakeland home called a "blank signed loot of concentrate Into the Prices EfiMtto Faknary 3 Tin S
office and field staffs Is something -check" up to 11 cents a boon states duty free, which Mutual II TN New
that is rather doubtful. oranges and 12 cents on 120 THIRD STREET, S.W.
says will cost the Florida grow Stay Fresh Uwftr
This I do know. The five regional grapefruit 150 FOURTH STREET, N.W,
$20 million Cie. Pak
managers of the commission era some a yea Cry-O-VK
were in Lakeland the day BANKS: KEPT PROMISE because of the low cost of growIng AUIURNOALE STORE
the "letter report" war read Some time back I began and production In Panama W-D BRAND Lean Fresh
and noted that BAH would hearing rumors a "preliminary and the Virgin Islands SOUTHLAN SHOPPING CENTER
have Just two such stoppers, report" by BAH had been mad
The the following week, 1 Qwatrtf. Rights RnerreaSuperbrand GROUNDBeef
one for Chicago east and the and the commission would "lit
other for the western region. 'on" the entire document, or .t plan to go to Lakeland, with
But there would be "area man- least part of it, on the assumption pencils, note pad and recorder .
.,er.". But these five men, all that it would be highly and check out many hems Patties of
of whom I have known for critical of the commission In the main BAH torn. Get
years, have headed home with as It is constituted today
an uncertainty as to their future Checking on this I talked dl- more detail if DecCl"ry..lldthea
-and this cannot help but rectly to San Banks, chairman we will have more to say
permeate down to the newest of the citrus commission, and about It. MargarineHalf
merchandising representative on asked him point blank whether In this business of covering
the staff. the report would be release the Florida citrus Industry durIng -
His writer personally hopes to the Industry or whether It I the past 29 years or nor.
that in carrying out some of would be "sat on". I have mad trips to Europe, 3 Ibs. SIOO
the BAH recommendations the In a direct answer, without checking the markets and exporters .
commission will weed out what hesitation Banks promised that -many of whom I have
I can .deldwood..lld replace as soon as the report was known; to Canada an the way
certain individuals with people available to the commission, It up to Quebec City and as far
who know what they are doing would be made available to the west as Windsor; I have been Pound C Save 48c
and who don't get the commission Industry, and added there had in most of the states Including 7
m trouble by making been no preliminary report. several trips to California and Patties
Improper and undocumented I have been told by Homer Texas citrus areas where I
statements, thus placing the 12 Hooks, general manager of the have many connections in the
members directly on the spot as commission, that the complete citrus Industry
ha i been done In recent months. eight pound tome, of which the Washington and Lakeland
BAH sees a "foreseeable"crop "report letter" Is a condensation connections have set up appointments UrtTirtPfMFlakes TENDER TASTY LAMB VALUES
and summation, is available -
of 139 million boxes oforlneI ; for me both in San
and 29 million boxes la his office and that I, Juan, Puerto Rico, and in St
of grapefruit by the 1967-68 and I assume any other person Thomas, Virgin Islands-lai QUICK FROZEN IAMB SHOULDERKELLOGG'S
season or in another four sea Interested, can inspect It year in Kingston, Jamaica, I
sons and that is a little more at any time. talked to citrus people there
optimistic! pessimistic But I am told, not only by and got a line on their fu Roast Ib.39c
cording to your personal viewpoint Hooks and Backs, but by Individual hire plans-which they admitted
than anything this writer members of the commission didnt Include letting Florida .
has beard The best thinking that the "Reader citrus get another foothold In
. 1 h,..>. heard op to the BAH DIen"'Inloll contains the the United Kingdom Corn QUICK FROZEN IAMB SHOULDER '
rept t is that the state would pertinent details-with the possible Prior to World War II, the
"get to the 100 million box exception of some Item United Kingdom, especially
leranu* crop la another four dealing directly! with staff per England, accounted for more Chops. .lb.49c
fir. tonalities and their ratings.
er years than 40 per cent of our can
Th Idea of legislation to allow ned grapefruit sections pack .
the commission "limitedBesftOity IF THINGS WORK OUT.... but sine the war opposltlo
. to set Us: rates As you read this, assuming from the British West ladles
9ad'.0 each: season' pro- the Good Lord is willing and with its small grapefruit sections .
|eci "harvest, enough to meet no emergency has arisen sine pack which to no way FROZEN FOODS
'alhalknge of competing> we put this through the old Un meets Florlda'quality and Imports .
-- from Israel anti Spain
:! For TIME and have kept-us out of the British AUx IM *r MATCH 1MI
DIAL 110 market except for limited 8 oz. Pkg.
MO TEMPERATURE amounts st specified times. Th I lOc ASTOR FROZENEnglish
offshore and foreign citrus Industries Sore 9c
rourt..w cannot meet Florid
quality-and they don't want Peas
side by tide on the grocenbelvt C
*. One prominent Jsmal.
Cut Corn 15
can citrus official told me, LWtTweWithOtheP9rtkea? *
right to my face, the relatively CornEach
mall Jamaican citrus Industry Cream Style
would "move heaven, hell end
TERMITESare earth" to "keep Florida from
llling our sale potential In
the United Kingdom" SAVE 4< CAMPeelL1Tomato


Chatter NfclTalCM.
Unit Few WhkOtfcar 9' I
NEW YORK (UPI) L. 0 PirdutM s
Groover Hooper of W. E. Hutton Co _
I Exterminating Co. says he Is convinced the proper -
approach to common stock Meat
Investing Is to regard each Issue PiesSAW"
on individual merits rather
than to try to generalize about Scottissue
Hooper says the trend in
business and In aggregate
TORS earnings seems vigorous, but ReR. R.R
I he impact of the trend on limit Few With' 9" IJ1I'

profits companies and Is sales most of Irregular individual Ow Perdu.t Each 15 C

Local Residents of Bache 4 Co. believe that aplUIl THRIFTY MAID Save SeIS

or correction i* likely,
Winter Haven for 24 Years. considering the three week ad- Apple Sauce. Z CL
Ylnc. However, the firm says .
the relatively favorable economic I
fundamental keep it in
7 Years Experiencein the bullish camp. "

Termite Control. .e........................ I Pecan Twirls 3 ; 'I00


Modern Equipment for iL Bread 2-49( !..EXTRA TOP YAIUE STAMPS dDIXIE


Complete Control. SIniII Food Cake lid 39' ..el.rr'ease' ale a.=' ...

COUPON U.', es, P.
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: CallWinter It ,. ..Ri IN PLASTIC BOTTLE

Haven's i DELMONICO Clorox ELBOWMacaroni. .. .ru 39c Sweet Potatoes

MB.* 27' All 25c }
Newest. v

Bouillion Cubes I2CotlltPII.. 21 Lb.


I Exterminating Co... .. Cookies 12LW* 49C TANCY.SWEET ROM

395 E Central! Ave 293-9745 ';... "f Tea TETLEY Bags A pples I 2 Lbt.for 29*

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Only members of the National -To be- eligible for member. Realtor Week, sponsored---u-
Abundance Of Lumber Association of Real Estate ship, a person in the real nually fcy the National AssocU,.
must demonstrate lion of Real Estate
Boarda are authorized to use estate business Boards, wp!
I kffk the term "Realtor," which I.a I. Isle professional competence be held May 24-30 la IBM. !b,
5. !' collective mark (similar to and hit integrity and slogan for this year it "
Blessing For Homes 4 a trademark) registered with must subscribe to the NAREB Up to More in '$*.*. BT
the t], S. Patent, Office.- Code of Ethics Horn thru a Realtor."
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Throughout history, Americans was aa event of far niching
have bad reason to be Important
greatful for the abundanceand The South today has much to bUU4j'
: quality of their forests show for a half century of intensive C I
forest management Not
Since 1MI, when the nation's only hive permanent timber
first sawmill started turning supplies been assured but also
-Aut crud pin boards at aa Increasing availability of jiL.- i---
:Jamestown: Virginia, wood has the type of Umber that modern R
-"been prominent in building this engineered construction dell 1
country.. mand.
Wood has always been the .S. Forest Service Chief Edward
chief structural material oJ"trSrhome P. Cliff documented this
: building Today, the fact lilt year with the disclosure of WInter Haven
great majority of the nation' that "thai modern crop of
homes are held together b) Southern Pine, managed under "

? frameworks of lumber. good forestry practices, his 2800 AVENUE P is the nw address for Mr. and Mrs L* tr Wood. Mr. Wood It
Because of recent changes 1 In quality aa well at quantity mechanic for Food of
Machinery Lakeland
Corp The Woods
construction technology, the This quality Is Improving so have two children Stave e
quality of lumber la more im much so that It will lead to Jamie of FMC Realty, Inc., sold the property*

porUat than aver. many new and improved uses
Engineered design is an Incresjinfly of wood at a holding material."
vital factor In Scientific forestry It only one
hornet ta well aa other build. of many processes which are The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan AssodattontIRST
ings. Lumber la being used transforming Southern Pint in-
Z less la old "rule.of-thumb' to an efficient "engineering
.. methods and more for factory; lumber. "!
assembled components which ODe of the moat beneficial It I
** reduce construction costs. To II a technique of drying and r'
perform efficiently In these 'pr*-shrinking" which has !bee y 0 ti II' .
new techniques, lumber must standardized by Southern Pin
Z have precision and other quill manufacturers. This give
.. ficatlons required by engineered lumber the tttbla sizes required -
design. by engineered design
The extensive use of air conj and greatly Increases Its
ditlonlng has also brought new strength. Of equal importance [
demands on structural lumber. II the lasting nail holding abllly .
I On the litter's stability and co- y assured by "pr*.shrinking'
hesivenesa depends the .'eathr This provides the cohesiveness
ertlgbtnest of the building. 'of structure ao essential to
In past decades lumber was mOdern air conditioned build
seldom thought of in terms of Ings. .
an engineering material. Actually In their concentration: on the / /
however, the initial steps reduction of "engineering' _
toward making it such were umber, Southern manufacturers -
; taken as long ago aa fifty! have developed atandird MR. AND MRS. N. R. DONEY revs purchased this home located at 107 1 / 1
years In the South. which allure all stress values Beach Drive. It features three bedrooms and two baths. Mr Doney ts communications 1 1 s /
With all the improvements In equlred by engineered designs .ngmeer for WLAK Electronic Service, Inc., of Lakeland Slav Janik of FMC Realty,
lumber manufacture, the quality a result, the architect, engineer Inc., handled the sale 1
of the parent organism still or builder can specify
baa a great deal to do with the Southern; Pine with confidence 1
efficiency of the end product. hat It will perform efficiently)
r I Private Water
Hence, the Initiation of scien regardless of the type of load Drain- Waste- Vent
thin forest management by or stress to which it may b*
Southern lumbermen in 1913 ubjected..

Baseboard Heating System Fine Necessary In Home huh fjt

I For HomesIt Ever heir of DWV homeowners never see all of s

You simple couldn't hive a the arteries of the horn plumbIng -

Eliminates Drafts may be hard to Imagine home these days without DWV, drainage: system burled in
three quarters of a ton of water and fittings for your home the walls and floors of the
but that'a what a private water which In the plumbing industry house. 1 1Iii /
Here's one good way to ted variation between floor and aysem should deliver each day means draln-waste.vent plpplnj
the efficiency of your beating telling points out the Plumbing for an average family of four. plumbing drainage system. That DWV Is why Is so permanent Important. Any durable
According to
But this supply of 200 gallons the Cast Iron
down the floor Heating Cooling Information failure of the
I.tem-Iet on la only minimal, advises the Soil Pipe Institute, your home system
and play with the children. II t Bureau.. Water System Council, and 300 drainage system his four parts. could mean expensive repairs. t
: you find drafts and cool tern Baseboard heating also adds. gallons would be more realistic The first is the drain, or main

Ipersturea at this level, you an attractive/ deslgnert'i compliment to meet all of your family'sneeds loll stack, that carries the
waste away from the various For
home's heating system la in to your boms. The panel Heart of the private water fixtures to a main drain which I r-
adequate. units can be painted to blendor system It the electric pump. If empties Into the sewer drain' Dependable
However with 1 baseboard contrast with the decor 61 yours It 5.10 yeara old, chances outside of the home
The second
heating, you will enjoy a quiet, each room. And the compact are that It la not meeting the wait lines from part sinks includes, baths the Plumbing

clean, and easily controlled design provides complete dec. demand of such modern, and lavatories which empty into _
heat without drafts or colt orating freedom. Furniture csn conveniences aa the automatic the main soil stack Service That'sUsl
spots. This form of hydronlc be placed anywhere and floor dishwasher clothes washer and The third part la the vent
heating (heating/ with water garbage disposer stack, which reaches up to the
and wall to-
) offers even heat distribution length draperies In replacing aa undersized roof, to open air, with branches CALL
throughout each room, wall carpeting nay be enjoy pump, the Council recommend from each future. The vent
and there is little temperatureEd ed without Interference from you plan for future increased tack helps with the proper FEDERM.
use by hiving a pump Installed flushing and
the heating system. drainage and carries -
that can easily deliver 50 MACPlumbinE I
Mendenhall, High Point, percent away any possible sewer
la addition to providing max 1
more water than now __ 4 t 1 ttbA
you IU.; ft
..N. C., is 1964 president of the Imum comfort, the hydronle Ull. -
The fourth part la the house
member National Association 1a 1 S
:73,00 system eta also function out- Providing for Increased water ewer which runs underground Co. .t
of Real Estate Boards
aide of the home as aa effective demand now can eliminate the from the house connection to
:Jack Justice, Miami Beach, is
and effortless methodof need to replace the pump before the city sewer or private sep 210 Sixth St. S.W.
.:.vice-president first snow removal from sidewalks It baa outlived its usefulness tic tank. I 203 AYE A N.W. OF WINTER HAVEN CT 4-3101
and driveways. With pipe colls The Institute says most
embedded In these ar-.i, v'.scan
alt back and enjoy the !
: The Bed winters without lifting a shovel
Another of i
advantage hydronlc
: Said 01 beating Is that the horn does
not need a separate heater for
he supply of domestic hot water .
The compact hydronlc boiler .
EGERCONCRETE beats all of the water to r
meet your family's require
; A hydronlc home overcomes III' .
the problems of heating and
temperature control through 1H 1i I

BLOCKS 10nlD,. With a thermostat !
strategically placed la the horn,
you can enjoy temperatures it
: most suited to the activity of t
: I. TheCalibre each majer living area. 4

Membership In the National
issoclatioa of Real Estate !
: 01 the Boards was 73,551 st of Jan-
airy 1, 1964.

: Contractor i I
There are now 1,473 mem-
Using Them bet boards of the National Association .
of Real Estate Boards,
which la one of the larlIttrade !
I9IR ILOCKI AIt.ntHlt and professional assoela- .u S
lions In the country. j

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EVERYTHING to Build Anything I All the New end
letter Materials Whet You Want Where I
end When You Want HI I Equipped t. Rndr e
Complete Building Supply Service to Both Contract -
Builder and Hom-ewnr. i

PlywM4 Ne..llaf to An UN Recently
AlmliMMi Awalif I MMI. WMwi a peen torn commercial air fine pilots dubbed Tampa as Jointly survey each request for a new street Bght to ajetenrint i

HrVr* e All Kids t4 hi... A VwiltbAH The City That Never Sleeps" because of the grow that comes the need and to make recommendations. They work together to I
e pir **< from the thousands of mercury-vapor lights within th. City. provide safety and beauty through the medium of public Dghfing

FREE COUNTY-WIDE DELIVERY Downtown, up-town, and all around the town, the lighting system for night-time Tampa.._. The Qy That Never Seeps. I

j BAGWELL BUILDING SUPPLY hot been Increased and revamped. The City of Tampa \, 1. f

2934131 and the Tampa Electric Company maintain an Tampa Electric Company !

title ..... Read Wliter Hews. trends extremely close liaison In the public lighting program. They POWER fOR PROGRESS AND BETTER LIVING ELECTRlCAUy SINCE 13P'g. '

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MR. AND MRS. E. LAMMAR PARKER have purchased this home located at 216 dos H._..,. llvJ. 0,.. I A.M. t. 1 P,M. 211-0141
Fourth St. In Jan Phyl Village. Mr Parker U physical educator and coach for the Wait- 2Vi MIlM Wn ef LeriiMrii.. Miner Ledge
tW wood Junior High School. The Parkers have two children. This home was told by Store
Janik of FMC Realty, Inc.

2029 LEISURE DRIVE-Th. Jordan, V.rnon, Ida, daughter, Maudel, and ion,
Butxit, recently/ moved to btlutifulltillr.! horn on Lake Hertrldge. Mr. Jordan ti euo-
.ci.t.d with Pound Tractor Co., Maudal working at State Farm Insurance Co., and 3 DAYS -
Buixie tt working at a night watchman. Th. Jordani moved to Winter Haven from Arc.
dia. The ial. wan negotiated by Chariot O. Chupp of Spaco Land Co., Inc. ONLY ,
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GIFT SHOP-Mr. and Mn. George W. Butcher, who rocontly moved to Wintar Ha. GENERAL % ELECTRIC
van from San Antonio, Tax.,' have purchased this gift shop locatad aait of Cyprus Gar
dam. Sal* was handled by Robart Gallo of Strout Realty.





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DRIES RESIDENCE-Mr.:! and Mri. J. E. Dries have a new retidence at 1008 Spirit ..u16966
Lake Reed In Jan Phyl Viii" .. Mr. Dries Is formerly of Elba, N. Y., wh.r. he owned and
managed a collision shop. H..Is presently employed by Blacks Collision of Lakeland. The
f Dries have five children. The tale was made by Steve Janik of FMC Realty, Inc. I--V

n _
..: Home Almost ExtinctWhat 8 1
A touch to the control ponel selects the
right temperature for each particular .
Ii the euitom home- or terrace and 60 per cent have woih load,.'.Hot or Worm. An equal/! o DlAl. EFROST CONVENIENCE '
miter buying today? To set three bedrooms touch determines the amount of CHlLlR TRAY HOLDS 28.IIS.

the answer, American Builder water for each particular load. The PAL-VtOTH) VECETAUC; DCAWHFUXlWIDTM 18 866'oOIY
magazine surveyed nearly 4; proper amount of water for loads tin. FREEZE
der six pounds creates a great faring.
000 custom homes from coast

to eo lit. @ -
Preliminary findings show
that the one,bathroom home Ii PRICE PROTtCflON POLICY
becoming extinct Two baths
I I II were found In 34 per cent of '
II I I the bomtt, while 20 per cent u v ( within five days of purchase that ou \
had two and a hilt, and 21
per cent three. Only 12 per rice was not the best .and we will refun

cent had one bath.
This Increase In bathrooms THE SOUNDS difference in price plus $5 bonus.
la reflected In the production of
domestic ceramic tile, which
last year ihowed a 12 per cent THEBEATLES

Another Increase over contributing the previous factor year.: OF e o GENERAL ||| ELECTRIC

More hornet are being built
with kitchen counters and back
splashes of tile Housewives who High Speed Dryer -
have bad unpleasant experiencewith ,
plastic laminates are specifying +.
real tile because It'a Impervious .
to burns and scratches .

Ray Daniel Other disclosures made In the r
survy: U per cent use gas
Florist for heating, 2t per cent oil
IS per cent electricity, and less
than cent coal. Exactly I
one per
U DOW aMOcUted with
74 per cent have a two-
FLORAFAX car garage, 64 per cent a patio

national floral delivery'
service The annual congress of the The Group ''tii1i1I1Il.. '
International Real Estate Fed
Ar.Tit 61b SI., N.W. eration will be held May 28- That Sold Over
June I In Tel Aviv Israel, and onru o/aassr
.'. .11. many members of the Amer. 3,000,000Recorda

icon Chapter IREF an afiliate /. in EnglandNow THRIFTY 30" PUSHBUTTON II.! 12 pound cipneltyO
of the National Association .
High' ipMd aittnO
of Real Estate Boards are RANGEM
expected to attend. ,they are here A new Cap Cintomitl, Dry Control'
't o aif"ty start awitch
( 2047 Introduces these ..* Are / /
Q.U-A-L-I-T-Y great, new singing sensations to 'Oven ft* l-eA far ......., Mb* Tim Control
the U.S.A. Be the flat one In i fcwl UM Enc! *e4 ........ a* MlNo O M"s""tlo/ Door Latch P.n.I l lPortoliln
IffViS your group to own the first American .. Drip Cooktoft Drum A TI" /
i1D'gY' ,
Beatles album.Ae a matterof
fact,,you probably win want to
alert a complete collection of tt ,.blll.t"ina "
Auto Control'
1t4 very album by The Buttes' 13888 ONLYl2888 1/1 H.,*. A.I. nt.rl.128
e Built In Oran '
Vm/l eu hlon ci
Come In today and ask to see the, : tily Boiling/ .:t"I'
album that sure to make"1964 Me.dlOloI'"' I..klt
...The Yearof the Beetle*

Acres wf.y.C! .m.oiro OPEN POLK COUNTY'S
ho quality hem...
Check the TOTAL PRICE Monday, Thursday C
th.t see II.Evening
11300 Yee'It agr. 1a.1'lq
Acres o. Ii TOPS for & Friday MOST COMPLETE .

UKIUND lOAD THRIFTY Sixth St. & Ave. K. N.W. Phone 293-4129

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(I) Announcements (I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted LJ:>Vl.L'L .L :-J ((8)) Automotive ((9)) Business Opportunity ((10)) Article For Sale| -i

LAKE ALFRED LADIES MOrORCTCLB IMl lollda Golden RUBBER endorsement: PTAMPa. ellnaturscc.

Continuing SALE HAVEN BEAUTY: "W', '.1 O mlltl CT MMO ether purpoao ale. .
CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST after I am. It-l Business "". .eali' "
IF need B STAR 'Photi.
from mtmy but cannot :
Fall Dresses SALON work full time, we have thppportuftlt Opportunities- 5.01;r.i. An, A. NNW H

ilxeiMS .... UI you teed. PleasAnt a LOCAL SERVICESAVE II IMl FORD OALAMB 4 Dr. WEEDLEI9: top w11, $1000, Pete
Haven profitable AVON VI Auto, Trana.e$1100 Murk. $1500, Clay $10.o0 1
bu. ,.., Mad." Tro. Pulling. Land Parq
now territory la Lake Altred. 1 Well entabllehetl retail n elo.rlna
Hotel IKt PLYMOUTH VI In ehopplng een- Oradln. CY U81' anlIrn..
Write Auto. Trana. .........,_..... W lllil far equipment. Only 10,000 OwdJterma. J.lIiWELf. )
P. 0. Box 1395 MONEY. SAVE TIME i
Priceat b1UWN
1/2 lllneu force! ale i tie III 5.whed; ,
SPECIALI .. ........._ trail. Will drlnb tall $1' joint
I er tall 66MI37, Lakeland VI, Only .... 1305 I Well .11.III1.h.d drive-In pipeo0' Drill pipe one drlver M
-CALL TODAY equipment CIoI lrI,,, for
PERMANENT WAVe' 2-t 1MT PLYMOUTH VI Onlr 111.000 d.... j bin papa i.i d.pp Melt a" pipe Ail a eta
Auto. Tram. ,. -- aqul.mpht ..

J uJAJr'ACOTTAGE $5.95 UNUSUALOPPOIUUNITY USt rONTIAO.....,-.....-.... I'M Lha,city. Can be.pleased 'U'1: {personal 100.00 for,each.CY drilling 1-tosi Reeann odor ready for 5 to;I ilIg pg'a:

SHOP CY 1.11S1 VACUUM CLEANER Painting Papering HAMMONDS USED CARS reaaonabte week d.y. naturday &ll'nI,,",
and "I
1460 A"" B (W. Winter Haven i 0.. Station 14.000 day Sunday.LENITII ...
BOO Cyprus Garden Road "for Styles That Repairing Cf MS64 Good corner. -

Open a A.M. 'til 1 f.M. SIa"1 In thk tree lor pel'toftable"NmIan PARTS Hoover,*Elactrolun SERVICE and for all Klrtj tlIr M S. Coin operated laundry Well !roll: 2Port.bla fa with'
4- in food health who can Free P..kUt. dellrery and eiti L t. McCOY Quality work eetabllihed. Excellent froaa ; lfrit.r: Eio" ..

work 25 houri each week. Catl1eoetaaJ' CLEANER VACUU1; nanahlp, fast, elate bed moons* FOR flALR OB TRADE WlModelA Only 111,MO. Terma.lo .rd 81., foIW. II.130,
BXBVIOB. tttm willtrade
(I.A Instructions CY 1-01192. .11, able. Phone CT MMO. Ul 41Itreet Ford. 5230 00 or t. Restaurant Can beleased -
( ) )'. IT for jnoco motorcycle In pond purchaied.T LIGHT oat Sllverton t apeair.rHin .
I Jan-Phyl Vlllajl 17- condition. May be eeea at OU Hut or

x' K 1. Hill earnings DAY NURSERY Bulck. tl-l Varant .tore bulldlnM gttaertlon tuner. Call with HA Granco AlIl.FAI
1-0230. .
Special e GET INTO I. Monthly bonuseli SWIMMING POOLS 196 METROPOLITAN: Good iwidltlon .. la shopping center IF
r M 01)0 actual mllei. Make 1131 A up.Bealley RIDING outfit, Bree; ;;
CIVIL SERVICE WORKI! 3 Weekl paid vacation HAPPY TIME! NURSERY in offer. CY H6tt .1.' l cloth evil ,reechen
COLD WAVE 4. Company benefit IBO Are C IB Realty Co. and
CY 1-8397 CLEAR.t URB ( Aim pal) heat IMS VOIRBWAOPH; Deluxe model 1 .FI.leI'rrJS&v&S'sSi
Men-women II end over. Secure OUR MOTTO era automatic chemical fred: with unroot Furchawd new In 114 lab B'., NW 81'n ttniPatl.
Job*. High pay. Short No investment, no night Tender Leva *. Cart ere Phone anytime CYPRIvR October, baa only lino mllee. rY "- 101I '
$10.00 Advancement. Prepareby work. For further Information, POOLS CV -.7886. 17-ir $113000 null take over paymcnte ROOMS of fine furniture. Take
KHHI. *-Tl balance 11X000: Deelre linmedlataMl j FOR SALE, Peed Grocery and \ ever paymfnta of 19:HI
home itudfor local, sate writ fully to Mri V. VanOyke, *. Call after 100 p.m. CTW7M Meat Market Equipment, late Includlni "rtll.ratn" fc per nnt.Z"week

and federal xaml for TREE Boa 244, Orlindo, HI. 12808. HEARING AIDS IW model fr.n.f ea @e, meat eaeea Like' .,-". Warehouse Furniture
JACK A. JILL Bal@ 12 lIb It,
Bob Stint information white: Lincoln Service 3. NURSERY MW. 1i-2
refrlteratlon display caaee, drink
Month I Years 1151 MERCURY hardtop. fully
"Styled Especially for YOl"COCNTRY \ Box A.1361, 0/0 News'Chief. Monday thru Baturday equipped, farinrv air/ full pnwor bnei, meat taw, food chopper, TRY Dladna fIInnol Des
CLUB .29- EXPERIENCED Preeeer. mall O, 1U Are C .... POLK HSARINtf: CENTER: Good condition Very clean: rash r.|ltnr and adding machine A-Diet, New name lame formu.
BEAUTY SALON lemala. Apply In person Norf CT 1-166' Cokar Bld( 1911esi: e3-. KW Small aqultr and take over 11 paymenu Ire an Rptrl.pralloll and Eln!: Qo t La only We. Anderson Drug K-t,
1515 Dundee Rd. CY 11639 FOR III types ,,( fcuelnetl eourlretnajnrlnf LaundrY 4. Cleanlni Villas. Thrill I-TI SALES Phone_ |47.It per month 204.21419. trio Bernice. Mr. Jim Looary, '
.tf la Secretarial Account way Shopping Center between 5.00 BBRVICB: Avenue 'X' and Sixth Street 8W.fl"h ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bedi
28 log Typing. IBM kerpunrh roll p.m. A e.oo pm. 1-4 REPAIRS BATTWUES al b Hithchair Chain" .: -
WINTER: H A V B: N BUSINESS Repairs Alterations .TJ' BEING DRAFTED MUST: Finer PollnhfU. U a Do IT
CLOCK (WAI: OLLf.nS: M4-I1M or come bjf of than Plymouth Convertible. Powr RJCN'I'AIB, SCOJ Ava 0. KW 33-TP
Antique and modern Wof* (war; Ice, 131 Avenue B, NW. .l>b. 3* RETIRED couple with home trailer eteerln. power brake. auto- Camp( Renort, Cabin,
anlffrt rnontha. PICKUP to operate aervlce elation TELEVISION REPAIRS matte tranemlpilon, radio heater. Liquor .. ...... .. ......... |*0.oooO'nral ,FLOOR Bamplee.: 'I\; rhalre, tv
E1tf.I M F. artfn, IMSre Uve on premlaea. Utllltlea fur ALTERATIONS: REPAIR new tlr..n. Beat recoil and paint ben Umi. etc \ 00 A up,
rfa* N.E. Own from 5 00 II.In. nlehed. Winter Haven area rRMJOO Florida Room Aluminum\ Die. 00 Call CT 4-1110 10-' Store lId,. Terma.. Wanhnuea Furniture BIM! .
I 00 p wwkclaye All djv weekend ((1-8)I ) Loans Up To $600 1-4 MM Inventory .............._ I3JOOOTnillff |,tl Ith Bt NW 11-21
c"i 2i count Sales Co. loo. CT IJ894Ml
87- >
M ':l
lilt SL, 8W. IS-Fek 11 NORTH GATE SHOPPING Beautiful A t condition/ MVo t5. Park 4 Flak .ll8t LEW1'T Vacuum Cleaners

CLASSIFIED- DISPLAY Real Estate ''Loans ((3)) Situation Wanted Phone CENTER MI4501rAirtar trada. Car Can ba-teen at 130 An W-l Camp .......... ..... .........MM S30ooo All. $7105.tnnla: Fanlantlo Terma. cleaning ELLSWORTH power
WHEEL CHAIRS TV lIAR VICIiI IN lotrrt "oral, Live Bait Builnenl, APPLIANCES. ....1130. ||.|
3JrtIUJ i J.Jr On want of Improved moron HI) Partnership .,...... .. ...__ t800
t re cloflnr' coma -- simply brinen MAN. mature, educated persona.he. |1 m PER DAY rental for ElMMaC
o.1 pep 3-.n eat ynur deed or legal deirrlptlon strong. neede parttlme Jnb ([8-A) Business Property lift Shop Bldfi. House |I7.100Tavrn .r"t Bhampnwr with purrh...
..nos ao..r 4e we-- .. alM( make liid rnortaageemolt What have you? Can CY 1-622" WHEEL!: etUms for ..nt, Ala I nf Blue &'IIttra. John Boland. Hen
referencee. Ml Ho.pll.1 Bnda. Crotch Wail,. AUTO SERVICE .
Inane completed the .. Excellent Equipment art ware. "' |
QMllry W.tck aid bay and confidential tool .CY re.I-I41L Cnrnmo'lea 171 Ave.Godfrey A. NW.. N.eial U-1t'e, WAREHOUiF/BTOnArjB: SPACES 19000 day -..._ S..... I
I 11000 month
Jewelry S... ELDERLY LAM available Will 111 i*i M..j11190 mmni Winter Ha- 4-COP Liquor! tlceneel |IMrlretil
Domestic Loan take rare of Invalid or baby HI- DODGES veil Boat Storage 42nd Street, NW
IT.Fib. ITAliCOHOUTS tint 893-6315 _*1 j ALUMINUMSCREEN Authorlied Factory Brrvlee On i CT f.42t1. 17-Fek. II > R_etaurant I 'PRINTING LEXICON
SINCE WMtar. I .Chreler Plymouth eLanel' lam owner 10 yra .-,,m til.Mtfndern
1 tt. >. Cf t-lill Valiant' .
ANONYMOUS) WANTED )Four daya a week rt>OYl ROBFRTS; MOTORS breM Ihoo tnet 1
m1441Mentlnae work. Every day but Tueedey 1NU8' ENCI/ALUMINUM: BUnB DISCOUNT- AWN m snih 'tj iw w-4io;t raft *AL Ruilneel Aunt Inventory ._,............ .,.._ $11000 j NO llUmally ..IPPII
Tuesday I:ID P M. Wanted CY I-J60J after I 80 p.m. Mary 17- eb. I al I Property. Batlnn *, and
County Health DepartmentIrd ((2)) Help Love H BALFS CO. INC. CY UGH MI: body shop: worth; (innofl, Mn.rlflca JAN TOMA

81. und Ave D, NW lib 8t, BW 21-Feb.II 25,0 no, riLAMCOCK REAITY .. ........... a ....d.. refen I* the wejtnaeteiitry
PO Boa 1011 ''POmalai Heal tot... Broker I *n a printed terra
FARM equlpm nt $ Age Lost & Found
to 41 preferred. Xiperlence ((4)) QUALITY CLEAN CAtS ,.... HM.W Bvealai. MM741 Ur tit* Iflpper flnjen .n the

FOR: In tractor and amen equlpmnn ITNR\ trPHOt. !TBRmO! BX Bonded trtit fe .r'lI' the ihet U
ales tor Polk County Traiuportann > lclnlly of Port Of- PERT REFINISHING. Completeiebrlo (9)) Business Opportunity ( by Coneolidate Ina, terv)
ftirnl'hed Salary and eommle LOST kayo In ... CASH YOUR CAR '
Eeward. Return to 1'1. aelMtlon. WOLJ"S UP
1. WnTTER, BRIGHTER Inn. Contact Km Hnflman nhnna Chief lice n-Tr /rdaBt.pSWR304.1lE 8ALP8\1'i HOL8TERY SHOP 914 Avenue AI" >Tr
CLOTIIES I9U861. Hutchlneon Tractor Co Inrntorvlew .-r.l_. I t-mo FOR BAtP Body Shoo Kouln.
_. _3-7 FOUND: Boy I Jacket behind high arNKht23Feb: II moot With l lease, Phone Aub,,rn- riLL SFLL etork a Iraa buildtif -
:. SPARKLING GLASSWARE eI ala WO 7.U30. :30-U( Nlfht Club fully equipped.t..dy
I SILVER EXPERIENCED: : : : W.II..... wanted furl lMr.leMcM.ho0': :: 'CynIr, Piano Tuning & Repair to .... MJ41II:. after I p m
Apply In praon, JACK *. BETTY after I 00 p m. 11- .. MOTEL It Until. I year oil 3-1 .
S. SOFT, LUSTROUS HAITI Lake Alfred Head_IO-;I DAILYTS IbeLLTY- 170000 I1IOOO down.. Bent 1.0

.. CLEANER, SMOOTHER- I BED ervml ambltlnul ladle ((5)[ ) House Trailers SHtlnractlnn'xiwlfncud tradualt lechnlrlafl' Pa, TBS LOW eosT calioa: la Winter Haven CY t-1-TF i7 (I 10)) Article For Sale
ERIN who would like to earn eitrannnej' luariintied nUtphone !] advice "CcroM"
In spare tlm*. An 'icel. ESTIMATES For appoint
JATtONALLr( KNOWN FIRM havadoalrrahlpa
Snot opportunity for hnunewlvMMuat Donald R. JOBMMl ,
CALL(1JOinM FOR SALE! : 111'1110' 1188 1'.lhflnd.r. I5lh at. NW 21-Feb.: JS available In thla arra.'rodurt RUMMAGE BAIEi SATURDAY
Alto have be neat and willing for to work. HIRAws1 red1lv7orld.T. NURSERY SPECIAL ad 'rtl.fd one TV, radio. I 00 AN. e Nnnn SUNDAY!: ", ........IW a 214.22211St
Opening ono manafr Front amllA nr mairailna and newinapera." If you 11 00 Noon e 4 00 PM. MONDAY
Call TR14tl for Interview 14-Feb. TELEVISION SERVICE lava tha quallficalloni to run aMine. I 00 P.M. I 00 P.M. Small etortrlo ,.AASth>wMtlNrlrltet.Attlk.....
'1-1 OPENING AVAILABLE .. and aup rvl.. a glee ppllancea, Antiques. dmhea. lad I..
HOMES ore. writ fnr an Interview an- lothlni, 5.11 con lamp vibratorntlqu BOY'8 addle lull, black, all If.pain .
1Seirvlcs EXWUENCFD: IW un..t"erlMW d MOBILE TRAILERS LITTLE DARLYNS ointment U Bog 1380 % Nrwa Chair MOT Av*. O, NWRoar Call'n.e of Jodhpura. |Mna.,
Soft Water ..1.( rrpmcntallve nn rnmml.. MEW A for USED wythlne nl value TELEVISION!: 8TARLITB DAY NURSERY Chl.r. 11-4 ), __ '1-1_ J-3532. 104_
F 2"i75 AVIO
Ion ball i" A. Flercy .
NW. CY 4-1MJ. aaFebALE8MAN I rRAll.r. SPACE FOR -Pay Nile TV Service- III IH M, DM' CY .-lath
Phone 211.2580.u. DYPRES$ 4 A R D E N I MOBIL.ITATA 15. Ind St, SW TY I-H87 "Allectlcaal rare fee pose CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
rARK Open S AIM rallere" =
wilt some enperlonra aD.. 140 Phone at"i i-rr Leased Anreoed
In lIur..". ION .... 0, NW I
CY t-MM 10-. -

Just A Few Of EXPCMFNCED waltr.M wanted NOW IEU.WO. tell Unt "' VlLiL- J

Our On Premises .(00 Mu.It p In m.potion orlOOpmlOOOpmundown neat between and drnrndablepply 1':00 p.m.... SPECIAL SHYUNB THI MOBIL WEEK: : Hew HOMES PALM 1W4N (4-A) Animals & SuppllvitOVEABLB ((8)) Automotive GET YOUR PREMIUM; DEAL

Services Restaurant, Ird St, A t ID1 wide. 1371500
AV'. K. SW IM SHORi MOBILE tlLUaB, RL II female Pekinese "upo PEEfiuatKTEA: : tachometer.
513 r y. Houee broken AltO osglatered eervlc And
Complltl new cabloa. AT
.. Stone Setting, Kingi Rfshihk- EXPERIENCED limn labor. Call east tt Ukl Alfred. Dark able. CY M2i7. In-i
L A J Service 1M Ilk It., SWCT
ed. Prongs rebuilt, solid gold arrard Grove Service. CY I IMl '
and diamond watch bands repaired 28-1 55 Aim Trailer $5 ft aluminum rite Miniature Poodle Puna. f 44951. ITT
1' tub: bath Etcellent, fondl-:: : "ki. Black male AKC, r W)
Rings and diamond Inn Price* lor quick ale Phone M3-4990, Mr. .Ion... 0tIatI 1
pendinti built to order n LARGE CY 4-l47t M

All work rhodium finished tot I-BEDROOM furnlehed Chan l :
the ultimate in beauty i. STATE APPROVED (Ion W t :'. 4 nwinthl old.: (7)[ ) To Buy or Trade I
3l6o6o J60T 0. NW (W I
Home Study School needixpcrlenced .,-1 a ON THIS RED HOT NEW

CITY JEWELERS Hpflentitlve' to -a- MOBILE LIVING WB BUY need appliance; and fuhnlture :
and wa sell uaed appllaaoe
48 3rd st., N.W. cl:lose<< furnished qualified Iuds AT ITS BEST and furniture Brook. Appllancri
tn this area Excluilvs Urritaty furniture. 2951 Havendala JlI,". \ \ "
KtfIT Liberal commission, over' Why n a not lovely live In a four One star that' park hue -rr7A COMET 202"II

write and bonui Opportunityof It, tvpa eewera,.l.n.. drlnkln as.Cr. .

YOU'RE DESPERATE> able closer with food l nr. minimum direct: power electrical com rI 'meters alnn: ( ) Industrial Equipment WSJ DODGE!!: DART 4<< DR. ae. II!
work habits to earn 112000 with all the fun t... rerrestonacllltle. ( I II
==-- TO HUE A BALi $18000 Box A.381 c/o Newt ..nTh: PATS' and 5HORS2 more din, I Cyl., Std. Trial. FRESH NEW BEAUTY AND ELEGANT STYLING

Chief -2- ire soRiLm VlUtAfEL1Uel: fltt..n OHM BEAN HIGH PRESSURE One Owner.
.JSjniV: CLASSIFIED!: mlnutee from Winter H yen. north (HAND SPRAY) MCH IBOFM
WANTED B'autlclan Prrftr d IheVlllate I of .k"lre4 near W63CHEVKOLET BiSCAYNE
: ; lean Royal pump 500 oil wooden
1Z.. THEY NEVER TAiL ouie M on Moeely(
Senior Apply I Rjrnt Beauty ;
alon. Cypraaa Gardena Rd or call. ank Preecott Spray Boon "/..uftl.H <4< Dr., < Cyl, Std. Tians,
PHONE CY -219! M4-2I2H. .1 'I 3 10' .* sty New aha Moon trailermail neea w/iuna. Jet filler atterrc HAM, Eitra Cleifl.IMl .
quli swami paymenta.
:.. ( '
3IM3M: M mint 1190000 I John Deere Kllll.*
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY In dew oil ..he.I.. HydraulleelUinerated CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4Df

TWO bedrmrn trailer with 10" ,.IIt 12" bladea, I4MOO S ., FI, PB.e RAIL, one
cabana. |1 WOA Can Aurtdale > Ml.
ACM III harrow for elrtppln Ml Owner
Woodlawn H,". 14(5A 1r ElI!: now .prey ter, 190000: IM

nhn Deere orchard tractor on fuel IMl DODGE PHOENIX <4< DR.
Full hvdraullca 1300000
( ) Moving & Storage nhn Deere on-hard trartnr Fullydraullca PB, RAH. low millail. -

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IMPERIAL Prompt: and MOVING efficient A aervlci STORAGE.. Inc I ''((8)I) Automotive IMl DODGE!!: POLARA 4 DR.

HAILEY FORD CO. all your mnvlni neede, Call Sedan, PS, PB, RAH,
CT HIM foe Ml titlHiaiee.tehta .
J'actor Air Condo I
for Atlas Van |! ,
.IL'Ei .
eervlnf all M itatee. d OOD Hunter ruhlnl Car
Plymouth Station Wagon ]M lNG DODGE Df. I Pan Vfl "
Has opening for 2 top salesmen. You needno I':.3441. il-l poll, PS, Hester, Automatic COMIT 202"CenYl.d

automotive experience but you must ((6)) Special StrvIeM Larkin'sTransmission Trim I $2095 lit Winter Haven

Mil CHRYSLER WINDSOR I Fully Equipped Radio, I,
have desire to build and future.
: Blind etltched Pin. wagon PS, beater, ,
Must be married and willing to take direc modern Muipmeat. 1010 HKkoryNW radio, PB., factory elf I IPREMI'ER'

tion. Guarantied income while training all CY. S-75H. MeL It-rob.SldnaBchoaetf. IITHOMPSOW Shop cond, Extra Clean. Dme Our Way & Deal Your Way h

employee benefits Including bonus and TrammliiloB SpeClallit UM DODOE \l Sierra Wagon
EVA IOOICKlitl'lNG Auto Trim. RAH cream
......"' ,n Phone
SERVICE.,! .1'
monthly Incentives cy 4.1150.. fiU .I... P tdW6...... I CY 3-5763 |>llft.I .

opnoelte Bank' of Lake Alfred

Ward 04 pro. U II i0p.m.. .It-reb. 11f"COIiE r ,
ToterDetdg.. Dealer

early for nuirk refund. H.'.1iIt .
|' 7tt Carroll Ave Phone lomethlnl New Hi Beer

MILES KEMPF Salt Manager : 13-Feb, i Added IMl CHEVROLET: idoor BolAI. 324 3rd Street S.W. it'
II,Ino Radla heater, belie 1'1
Winter Raven Floor Burfacinl C*. color, :11il; Itirk. PrivateIWner
Have motor urJ
latlefaetlon nuarenteedU your Ord Prawn 137 HamptmtAuburndala Winter Haven ;
notrriI Carburetor eluded! at the .
WO 71431. 3-
HAILEY FORD CO. J'rerllt.It. Phone CT 4rmWinter albs place where they know how J. ft. FlYNM Phone 2934)631P.

IPM! OLD8MOBILM Super M. reflect Dealer
11.... Drafting Co. DR.ARKIN' [ ooMlimn, all power, new
W E. CENTRAL AVE a.l04111 All ivrwa Otnmerrlal( 4. lire.. Make offer. CY I-taM. Mmi
R..lrt nllal oraninn, In Eagle Lake Act-ma St.

Draw lalnfacUoa BMi. Ouaranired CY From Poet Office I T.BIRD Fully equipped. Nrw oJo,
SMI j14'1 1 Urea 3M41U snit I "... M

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((10)) ArticUi For Salt ((12)) For R.nt. Furfu ((13)) Rul! Estat. For S.I.BARGAIN !. ((13)I ) Real Eat... For. SalaIDYLRIDGE ((13)) R..I Eatl' For Salt? ((13)) Real Eitto For Sal (l3)RaalEsiaUt) tor s.I. ((13)) Real Elt.U For Sale

p8ED t KBbROOtt! urnlihM CB Apt VIEW FOR BAUD OR TRADE "lied- Episcopal Church
JUh*l Waahtrd i i Diip.r..zeri.sTkta.eItpes. Ground floor clues to tn-n. IM mom, a-balh, Florida room Reawmable.
pear round TOWN 4 COUNtRY In Oardf-n ..Uro.. ill J..onr- Blue Chip! Value iSplitUveljHohio
The ot thIs nice I bedroom OPEN HOUSE
I I" Air Conditioners i RecndVtlon REAI. BBTAtB CT 1-11U. H owneri follow. CY 4-1961. SOCONCRBTM HomeIn B
.4 Mir auaraateed. ? PTTtL boll located in Palm
rrom l 21.5 A UP. JOHNSON FOR RENT New l-bedroom Bm .. Drive, Uke Shlpp Heights, $9,950 BLOCK DUPLEX! J It's the home .
u Lake Alfred sPhone i ""rnl.h.. 8f ttntunilahed. Cal bedroom. each aide, balh rlneat Et. Petersburg will soon be
cJwt hive moved out of tows and ID
HUM STUSM CT 4-ltiI. I-f Out Hlvrndaia !Iv& Turn leon, Both rented K'KM, Phon. the sddreii of Mr. and Mrs. What a Bwutyl Brand stew
itructed to submit -
M-M ui reaeontble :lt3-64.L 80-' It's the area
I THREE: room (ar*|< tparimBath often. Besides two bed. fight tilt St. or Airport Road Libby after Kcb. Uth si they Corner baJI aMc

HOTPOINT electrie store 40". and aunpn II. Neviy SMatot ...... house contains nice to lit pived road on left, ot KIM Rqilty .. Balaar ...... ire retiring to the Church bedroom 1 tile Florida
pmhbuttnn, la .er Ml A... K, MB. CT *.61'. rooms, tow It's the price
low I itt. Room living ronm carpeted,
load condition. "riJ.TiiL: 10WB ..5$31 i bath, living room, large kitchen till t. tertat CB,"llJd :' ne-FurnuhtiCarporte Home. Their home It 92 Hill-! ,
and good sited lot 64 i 130. Larxe lot crest Or, 6E, near CypresS I II most attractive kitchen utility
Orange Yes thIs floe home
STOCK: all .1.... end rtiape (lit A VONTH. riita primetraitor. will consider secondary CY M71I Irons Nice neighborhood BIt Gardens Must Be Sold. Thl soculln 2 car ghr5-I. Excellent
of sod
of light. bulb.KLLIWORTHAPPLIANCES. .It flnre.neI&mpa. : U-"I.h and It.. NW.flactrteltrupplltd. ..5IURNIIHBD financing after first mortgage 10KMer .' OWNER Phone ."48C. IICtA5SJftO home hai charm such as whit much all much these more.things buy 4 I2JMO. 10%, Down

mi$* ll-l baa been Iranged. At prIce of: paneling la living room, built ",iU handle ,., .
EPTIclItNCilhl enUNFURNIBRED and ....SO we feel thli property U DISMAY In China cabinet in dining A. It his three bedroom I
i4 .
la. hnui
TV SETS As Tak block hot ctttngiFOR
VSED your pick 11000 .&eh. Johneon tlOOMS Nice lerte ail? rooms "being sold between $1,500 ant BALD Contact C. W. ttarrlioaieaclated room Wall to wall carpet In 4 two baths (one with Beasley Realty Co.

AppUanOa. Uk AlIra, 171-'1111. CnnvenMntiy Buildins.. Can located Hi Old PVatal $2,000 below present Market with Nallla -. OPEN HOUSE rooms It hall built.In stove, dressing room) beautiful 934 ftUk St., rf.W. CY '-2737giiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiif
CT MW or
$4' 5-4147. $41' value. H.milion Phone CX S-TMi *r Jail 1 K- Sunday mn 1 M 4 '.M, IIVID. dishwasher, freeker com family room with fire-

ONE; I pl ci bedroom lull, whit Walea 1- 6T" IN LAU ALKECftf. blnatlon: electric heat and alt plate expensively carpeted
limed oak with pluSh torn, e i' HOC Tth It., RW I rlroom tur. GLENN D. GERKE conditioning, 1 bedrooms, 2t t living and dining I
l 'hd hnuae' WO, TOWN COUH NOR SALEtB,4raom. t-balh. tlvln Lyndile" A Ocarina Do It Yourself 1
eellent nut bedroom condition lull. One Ilk.I new piece Hotpoint wt\- TRY hEAL tSTATE. CY VlMltBEDROOtt Realtor109Bi | room, Florida room. carpaH, } IIDIOOMJ I lATHS baths, rosa garden 27 fruit! room i entry foyer 0

push button electrie ranieIt 1-4 thBtNW CY 1-4270 utility, CB. cell heaL Bra at m Del ef Our litter Hemei trees, dwp well and Irrlgatloi fully equipped kitchen e I For the man who steeds =
eu. WeetlmthouM. MfrtawetorS : Blh Court NW. Ill.000, Cal systeM Home can be bought double garage 5 .
odd chest ot dra...... I mahoranr Ith 81. la Elolaa.fumi.hMl Ill Tl houaa....,lr M. AssocIates ".In.. City 421-1111 collect 11-1 GOOD Owner TrantfarreJ LOCATION with one or two lots. Call lot central 1 hut and sir conditioning != time Iota to of do room hit ,own and decor-hn E E
and tablet. WM5M. ll-l
atep ;
CT t-UDt. SM Janet Chadwlck appointment to eee and mak i colonial de -
... .- BRAND NEW HOMES S.. Ta Appretlite offer thli home li = sting Lara, Older home. 5a
Rewmdltloned ."pll.. .. WEIIT.JNGHOUSE ROOMS 4 APARTMENTS Reginald Baker is being 01 sign.B. .
BUN ACRES: Three or four bedrooms E
console TV. PHILOO Downtown. Week tor month. Veto 301 Price $18,250.00 Terms fered at a sacrifice price.
apartment aim, refrlirerator. WEST. aawable, CT "1688. .&-T.. I Bedroom 1U bath. JOHN W. This homa II located on 3 Near shopping, school S
INOHOl'SB an" r..n... Tarme. HENDEKSON EDNA WATSON Howard Terrace with siexceptional 5 and churches. 'A ln.IODOOFlnlnclnt E
ELLSWORTH APPLIANCES. SH SlICE I Bedroom, 1 baih Cue Arrea. LAU AIMED klALTT CO. ot i $ avails- E
BFAnTtruti: t a WIIIII", *. Low dowa payment A monthlyl lakevlew
TELEVISIONS S trade-in Bet. Adulta. Everything S'aonaL .. A borne M Statue anil dimity. Ea- >a nenta> REALTOR both Luke Howard and ble. Now occupied. For E

|90 Vp. Jurt la" rhanre It"it Other rontala ATKINS.! inSistS condition. One owner prop- 121 (Ui St, NW CY 4. Lake Mirror. Truly ad I appointment to see, call Ei
Flreelone Btoree. lib. Nt.BW. Are. FULL REAI.: ?ESTATE IERV1CE .rt,. Upper t..".. Inanectloa In fall lorry; Mardi' CT 4-111I Pt 414I
A. t-4 CY -n IT-Fak. 1MEDROOH vlted. otters wanted. WIU teAs Die Wintera CT 1-1433. 32-TV -4 area to be desired by the GERTRUDE BRYAN i

: small feouke as down payrheht I most dlicrlmlnitinf.
1.llIIltuIlIllliIiulIlIItIliIIIIlSllIllIiitHELP ,
Eves. !Sun. CY 10550SiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimifliiiiiiiiiMVj
Another Antique bountursliIsod, l IIDt Oars.. apartmenta rear el lot ONLY ISM POf Seeing
AT. U NB. ISTI'ONE Out ot Slate ownenUI Mova right la and auuml smut f C. Th. price of thIs home.

Flea Market Salt I A... 0, VI mohthlr payment Maw I bedroom which has 2,000 square E

Newly" BecwratM 'ral.ll04 ilTf with t........ floors, ell funaca. ... r. i C 4 n thli out of state own- feet of living area, li tWN i. Cowrrm'F7TMagnn$1nhIrIFn

Sunday, Feb. MB apartmenU, ill Areaua .. SB. No qualifylni neceuanr. Le- r er His home at 3081 33000. Already financed, : iriririr''
CY "100L IMF TRAftllnMfD: HOST SILO eat." at IIS 11:. Hoffman Itree" I s down payment ot only
11:00: AM. to 600: P.M. S-bedroom, l-bath 1SN .... feet E Ave. U, NW needs someone l U3'ii4I 1 WLl1ILLJUMULS
salt U needed.
Uke Alfred To In.pect $5,000
Ht.WO Make ao : like It's
FREE ADMISSION HOOK with bath fit, nnt Lad; III Appraised Tremont Dr, SB. OWNER offjr ...... S. t...." CT B4U Ielie4ngWilma you s
: neat 2 bedroom CB home I
or working (lit CT HUM. SOUKB etl74.ixEctrrrvij. 13-I -'TI'' This lit months old horn '
337 Third Street BV.
Baxla Auction Calient I = with full UI. bath cheerful li showS by ippolntmni I

ALrRED: Vice rleaa : kitchen, fenced yard. only. For additional Information
4268 Hiry- 12 Weal L kcl'nd !lanre apartment. |TO 00 month' for ALFRED .HOMH i ee.rly w Hew LAK S. WATERFRONT KOHB II Hudson | carporte Close to can For 2 BR. Family
I adultl.; InrludM all utllltlft and Lakt Ariana. Ne road betwae :
Phone MU frWM bedroom S-bathS. G... kitchen, shops and churches .
4. u. .! !laundrbouae.. FR I-14M. Florida worn, aeparata laundry, home and lake. IM' M lake Yet, I would like to have you Have been asking 19,150 Mike Nolea
RUOI U-TF patio, double. air" cArporte conditioned" undergroundIrrlitatlnn. flood toration. 110' deep. Homa, ier ,. apart actually lee thli DREAM I and now li open to ..11offet Desiring Cornfort(
HOW I bolt
rnfnt llnry
IN YOUR HOMB: Phone AI CHOICE unitalra all electrio I Iroome I I1IIMOO aIMS COOPER HOME, custom built by one ol I CIIIMALCOLM LEIS BROS.
Your Olec man Roar North' Gate. 1 oiadulta. > I rteclateraa Broker. Lake Alfred 127 500 OLASSCOCK REALTY And Beauty .
i I our finest builders with TETREAULT
gor accenton
Count W".11"1colon Inquire after 12 00 Noon' 111-1131. 17OR -
and pattarna eelect (rorn. 135 Lea A.... NW. SMFOft OPES notes beauty Ik comfort. This U I Eves. J, Sun CY 18071L REALTOR Lovely new home located

Sea dally after 109 .' alt dar "' IALE alI TRAD' EtIty II ilso s practical home, built for izoo nth St.. N.W. on Ave. "S" NW bttween13th
PUBLIC NOTICEThe {nllowln liNt Saturday and Sunday. skernom, 1 l-bedronm on lake and and lIOn Stl. In beau
a.wlnaaehlme: : relMe.d "2.. 1H bathe. alP mndltlnned. beamedeelllns sin I mom and balk cablni Thre, the most discriminating taste TOWN Couwm'llIliIllIIIuSIIIIluIiIluIIIIlliuIIIuIltl'iI (Opposite North Oils) off
Automatic Sin Bat P< rt..ol. 141} 1'.. FUR. OR tNruR. tuidntript. llrlns room, paneled Flnrl- lu.t dont o"" and I need repair & centrally air conditioned It L i, 4-3W Nltei Ct t-2IU tiful SII tel, Oaks Just--
hlt Ht-tu. 10-' Havindale Blvl
fjiSTi cm Automatlo tan Wrt.'fcjs la the Jicirindi :I da rotleeeri room, entrance ranja Included kail drapes frtfff and 1 U particularly spacious with S : 'Lf19no11'ij1r1r1\n\ rrttJ1l'11I

112990. Term availaIOW .. "U6T blocks to Mortiioa't. ipclil b'low FHA appraisal. 1001 And. n.NR bedrooms 2H baths, 2 cir i Ct 3-1 141 WlSWlL UIiJUD This home hn I Bit Itt

ly MlUblt for a Mlrtd Udy- "! Air Condltlonad I closed garage ind many, many ; baths and s Florida room

at low y irly nU. To ses ctU CLEAN 1-bedmom Ranch Ftrel- extras. Lake access too. One large enough to be con

( ) Bo.hi Melon CY S.4114 durIng builneil hn. 'lent Stir retired "n'th.rn'our'l.' I of the finest homes on the 2&4 RCTIRIMENTWITH verted into a third bed.

CY 14m other Urn. SI.2 Good, Winter fluhlnr Haven.. 14.11 W. Laka Cannon IMir Home-$400 Down mirkct. isot N. Lake Mir room and family room forth
for Dr. Call me now to this
; Bf John- lei family requiring more
THOMPSON' with III FOUR room Uiutalra apartnionL Total prIce el thIs three lovely home. INCOME
... TMte.. *. *:
Ion tilt J i Private eniranra, rarpoHt. cloeeto lot bedroom nIcily I located

boat. M.HPErlnruda. Onwntnwn Call BM-ioM Sraaonal ar. tmrlit... M preferred. IIIAt don't hao II tond murh A you rants want but a home pourInOtt home I. $11,100. Down payment Erei. Bundsys CY 3TI2 Southeast 1-Walk to town and ahopplns canter '- This horne till many deluxe

remote control. tinted ''n WilW. arhnoli It you want 1 spacious owner will pay all cloning unite rented, larn corner lot, price of only $15,900.
TWO bedroom furnl.hed hwiM III lined rlni.Hi,
with Cedar
wood newly reflnlehed,, till trailer.1 Eagle Lake. Adult NIl,. Reaeontill lUlu bedrooms rind. parquet floora If you tost i. There I. a full Old 1>= School Israel and work shop pries Excellent financing avail
All for $3O0.O0. $143i9.ip '. ""t. Eraeat Condir IMPtarra have dreamed of the co.I.... of a bath Inside and a half bat fifafe 110.BOO.

;...- X.reurJ motor 1* K Umvis A"" It-I real brick fireplace In your own, In the utility room. Other flPLT4)S'5lTo1ffIfl lUria I bedroom, I bath hnme able.LEIS

,*= .\101 Call, .nli cY jraO'f.I-8bIO .. ,.l$491It (fn'1, CLEAN: H) rtr "m trallef. A ull. Then knotty brlna-pins your paneled furniture llvlnf room your features Include s eombln Area en tana iw t i dO' and ot Street BROS
only" MldLakoe Mobil Home alien conditioning and WARE N BECKEL. Rllltor
11-1'' credit IM 00 rush and IH 00 mo lot, with approilmitilf 4 REALTORS
Park, ThomhUI and Spirit Lake total A rail for appt. to ace '
heat pump unit large .,
HP lnbn_ Esmeti control' Rd. WS-127. IlTVIVRNISHED Suprlna CT S-731L: SO-i and the owner .2. t Air conditioners, IJOf Sib St. NW
aulomatlo dish waaher, disposal,
and lank. J9W7SIBOATS II" ndltloned IJOeJ: r Inside sod I- oak S cork floora, (Opposite North Gate)"tlr'I' LOVELY LAMB I Bedroom Ipso > Will A Bump
mu up. Caaoee, Be* KB., Atr. tn> lek Type home Cypress Oar- outCall BeautifulGarden W. n. McKeynolds wills. und nrmind Sprinklers, 214-ntI Mies It4-ZSSZ
boat.. 'l'niilnr.. l" 10. Elactrle mt- I don Area. Florida Room. Central beautiful palma shrubbery all
boa"" .. |6' '8. OutboardS IWMCO8TELLO8 Heat 111.100. CT M01. U-TI MIKE: KOLEN tod. Thii 3 bedroom 2 bath home turner heel, homa le rompi.Kw.
Havendale. 883-MM I has parquet floors it li aituat ly Inaiilated PHe Illooo
Loans for an appointment to See
((12-C <<
4. ) Morigag ON CHAIN f.t LAKES -.M "J j t < ..rm..
bedroom; > home this home. ed In s most desirable neigh .Ufleles -
iais ft. Itarereft boat. M HPMermiry ''I.....n.4 II""h. double earport., borhood. A very spacious home I-R..l .nr' A Cnmrnorelal lAne
motor tilt trallar. |t.W293S2S5. A. ep...a Rned.W..t C1''Id.HT40 tAk CY, Ilnl.:Ht61.. Hnn.T.T" it In at eel I 1 lent condition. corner lot 100 a Itt( )' l bed
urnlihed hnme. Room
Grove Drapes, dlshwaahrr 2 air conditioners for
commercial or
bueinete In
Foils Lita Our
IF U. M. TBIXYtonklne. Realtors t oven ft come t n I Price Mured III.MO. 1M

(I II-A) For R.nt. (Unf. Mott ae Loans Sloe Btstfe It., MT range InCluded Drive by t20( LOLA Stat, Aieeelat..
for a dome, thee V R. lust s half tnlle Eut of Cy Oleander then call mi for an Momt A
I LUCKY poe enc this 4. fBedroom (Opposite North Gat.) ;, Gardens Elate Roai Ci" I MM
there's s reason Tress on appointment to ice this home
WITH OPTIOtf TO n x-batk, CH 1M1 SrI I.
FOR BUT RENT- I-B odrooni.o l-t>.th_'"".. a widt variety of mon" what: 1 II offered ::|U CM Owner KM HIT II "0. Many new models now EDGAR T. HALES .
with aPi. built-mi. ::. Pa! lowell i t FHA and relocating reluctantly. :3SM HelmS ,.. at .... ttl.MS! ready for idmlritlon Eves. Sundays Ct 31405Wear .GI
month with uiutootdown II d. IE. 10-! J.our I
".ym.nt. KcI1illy\ 31J11DER& VA martin m6n r ; Drive out t and lea thei Realtor

:404-4i54. "i-u IrtUlbl livings Sod CtASSIF1fPiSPLAY new two and thrN! bedroonMedsllion M Av.. A, SW CYttUl t N

I40TH AY.. C. SW. larvl JIC..t Lots nortfif motl.y. 10121LAKEFXONT homes In beautlfu IWI: E
room both |M too slio lift Instilled Garden Crovi.JOHN fibfeWARREN CY 34382
1-1141. conpiflT i e > icltetdd moniigtloiai. thi WOOD !J\ .)' ZW) _____________ .2. 1 Whitley

t-EFDHOOll: CB haw tor .">. trpa lOll belt lulled to Fit. SAT. SUN. BLCK1.L. Realtor full overlookinf Lake
145 NB 4th K TIM m"1 104' on Like Alfred. Furnished & ASiOC. Inc.DEVELOPERSBUILDERS. A Wonderful moon
Mcdi wbeUwr for
IM-MM. 11-TV your Lulu Pretty See It from this
pOI THRU IIAUTI'UI bedroom, bath., Fla. room t-

a-BEDROOH dupl.. tlla -n. Florida uia Of refInascIllITown , large living room, birch cabin Ml.U17 those 11..338. B Place To Live > bedroom, 2 bath lakevtewtxmie.

room. .l.ctrlo kite".. Newly' i Country Ill, oven. Extra storage OPEN HOUSE Ys, a Florida room
dworated MOW Ct M8M.: M HeItor4 Street room, utility room terns 119 Duilt4n oven & range; Mr oonditione .
7th St, NB. 'H Mortaaga Corp 2 I BR. I bath air conditioned '
an for
10 floors, ceiling heat set Cypress Oardeks Area *, And attic: fan.

a-BEDROOM ",upl i 1.41 Are. an .._,..II.r'... IISC1-UU UKI ALFRID will, iprlnkler lyitem. MUST SELL BY OWNER lome. Hardwood boat floors house., iprlnk-Walkng B.t...." S lakra. Items hal antique 111,900. Call mel! We'll look
homa er I/item,
lain Silver Dr. and luirtlnf n... hemei Rt,e everythiat' I room house, m hath, hardwood brkk front I bedrooma I tngetherl
313-4.154. Mn. Sidney K. Under- Beat A Motor Dock I distance to town. On ChaInIf bAth. ..
tile Fla room, kitchen .lthbullt.I. -
send. $54 It- a wife tile I ail fer and aale flonra-. I First lots d.IMOOM.. shape for, quick, lakes. Corner of Lake Howard .., Inte of CabInetS, T I.... Eves ft !Bundsyi! CY S4MS

Ml Ara. H. NW. Brlrll ""U.... Ibfdwoma Hill mare.HAROLD. ISO Pens. Are. Like Alfred a > Avenue C, SW. cloiete 1 l erran so I'&Wr..r: alldlnf

TOWN ** COUNTRY a.n ArrHanrea l REAL.$tfto.: '11)) Real Etta*. Fw $lit Owner Occupied 1431 9ttk Bt., NW A.J.LYNDREALTOR orange Since dnora I....Into. Owner trarmferred. I ul.s.ulkL1llE1ZetIt4fafe' '
SELLERS Pkeee mUll .
ESTATE. CT HUU 1-4 nut of elate Wanla quirk Mle
31-2 for only 111.OfM. TornIf deilrod :
I BR. I bath Aom with 0." Dams POlISh t DIVILOPtR Will conelder to rent with option
bull'!rl" ran.. ft noel atoqbroak I I A I 1IR.'I CB Homea. feTeralCHAALtS J-KEDROOMS. dining room, hear CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 95 Ave. A, SW CT ,-,zoo FIrst time offered R"4.'tBZWJWAaIiN
bar .La 7kl"r I milenidertial MrTOatir, Jtef. LAU ALFRED chopping center. Good location IM
Ellwrt I Elementary arel. ScSnol 41.0101to .-.... InkerM City living en No city lazes |Mno. EUasley Realty Co. fiECKlL, Realtor

Ilin 344954., Then KeEn Bulldin ti-tr, PlIo.. PI 2-1ao, CT HIM. 11-1 .IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJust IM Ilk $5., MW CT Mill
J-BCDROOM. l-bath ualltr, built -2
CLEAN I-hadr.oem nfunl.h dhouM (fer Pale I, OWMT4 ) homa for lain ey ewner. Call i For Fun fi
17001 to linn M LEONA I Bedroom Home Oa Aboit- It: KKII after 4 SO p.m. for appointment. Lake

l-iMI REAI4 Bl F8TATE' Are: C.CY SB.Mill 11.CY. -1- % Acre Track 01 tandCbmpl CB houM, S.edroom, l-bath. f..... IM At last we have a E B Howard OPEN HOUSE:

Uly FihUakM- lit room, carpeted L.R.. comiletelf 30 AcrId Prim* t-bedroom en.DffiiIi folks home large* enough for 3 ALL WEEK :
880) Are. X. NW. I bedroom aei| ... p aqulnpet lltrh.n, rarporta, knme |7ftnO. Ranrh land anme the biggest parties | Drivel
raraf Srr.m Pon-lt 171: n-Located OS The sprueJta4a I erfe lot Many Ill,... KM *,.. Improved 140 m acre. 1% Internet, you. I Come by at convenience
TOWN COUNTRY REAt Area- F NW. CT .-..1. Sl-4 Owner CT S-ToeT. ll-l RYI II dtntllrful have ever planned = your
ESTATE. CT MIILI2J H ....1.,.-> ThiS' home features in aencloal'd A preetlce addrees along with snd look st this new bedroom
this preitlfca home Sperlmn I bed- borne .
a located In quietneighborhood
T. See Or For More CLAStFtID3PLtI' LEISURE SHORESA recreation room 2 room Ir.w bath, na room, lardlnlnr very
---- st I3J S. Mfcoma
For Rtnt Funi. -InforBSth "Call C| tUI._. = measuring s whopping 20 i roon hardwood floor", modern
( ) -or Cy 33541NO = I 7J FEET!: complete = kllihon with flair I even, ar In Lake Alfred. Call '..1': ...

restricted'community' = with IIEATED Indoor fa rnn ltlnn.d. carpet, drapes. Lot WILLIAM A. ROWSE, iunderFR

OPEN HOUSE (hlu at "."'.., type ofloHftmcttan swimming pool Plen' si 00X130 pump dork Irrigation boat lift ajretem I ear witS,.r- 2-1192 -

EXCLCSD'EKENTAU DOWN PAYMENT ihe4loom .- me at lend) ty of room for Ping Pong a age. Only |:2i.000. Terma If ,..Ired. -10-
tawood aectlon. CT
B T | and Billiard Table, parties Ii
Your values
1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. property a dancing etc aa Beasley Realty Co. REPOSSESSED: Hours 040wmonthly

t1Utltt.1ff lOOMS a4. can only I Incr.... There an 3 bedroom I -sj IM emS BI, pw CT HIST t A I Bedroom paymtnla.eonetrurtlon.Modern Tonart CB.

I I bedroom (urn. home. aitra room. 1-1>1I111. bullt-la O E. kltrkea. with this protection.$ baths, den, and S 15 x 30 Ec CY "11I11 ef 3-1171.. H1-i"4t
830 Howard Terrace rolUr.E' 4edmom h........ I
niceruntlehed eetle *." ..,...n'd petle ft. living room Charm ia lal"JoJ.u"oYi1.o"ifJll'
BB .
Seetlo Call CT "185 .
apartmenta I I bedrooma. compl'tely furnlehed with almoet log kitchen with bullt-ini Ea --
Stew furniture Birellent loratlnn.IllfjnO This Weekend 4-
$, GENE COOPER. 31E4111VEREb Amatinglr, the total a -

I I bedroom hum _i DM 571-1335. enottR, Lake AUr.4.a 3 Large bedrooms 2-balKi COME IT AND price of this Ultra.modern E CU$ lfl60 DISPLAY _

home li priced many
1 1 bedroom I bath boma, fie.reom
_. ... I'l SIE THI I thousands below cost by S BEFORE YOU BUY SEE THIS
4 I bedroom Unf. a.-, |7I NEW modem l-bedmom retire.. 2 Fla. 5 the out of state owner it E
mane home. Clew-le' $34 C.MB. car carporte room
.. SKI shim CT S-iaM. M-r:b: 36 TWO MODEL HOMES I Just 119,750 Notice | FOR SAll IT OWNII MOST AniACtlVI NdMI
= how the location st sol
Electric a Avenue 0, SE!: li nearby =
IM SU ... >W ,aty dandy when you tl". at klten fl Lf utility room We'll be glad! to tit
to all Southeast schools =
H. N H I &
TM AVENUB I -fimllr H1ft.. Utility R OS
down with end -
CT -nn .e CT M" JFURNISHED New MEDALUOIf RObS *MR t4n you Shopping centers i e i Ta fa ''tHt"f: ketutlfut eatlnets I Hied ketnte I
13-TV ....... I1* katha. aU eleetrlo screened I ,.I.ft. home that will Inside call sa IN"'tI' 5.051.. '100". ,,,.trl. slitto, heat-
boncitial bitches; ,. cellint' knit, ..... rear porch Irrigation system with fern ice 5I e......'. 'II. Wind.w silts, sold "to bnard. Wills
ReataU, ATHERTOM oen.n04 ponk IIndd..t front Inca crew your \ furred InS esniee.d pl.atnd wait d LaSeilings
rnuad Caatral An CY with iwdertrouait Irrt* U.... Urs .. MALCOLM TETIIEAL'LTE Lae 0 n.m.4 stIa I Air nmiditi.nsd -
:mh.6U W. 15-TV B lav M lr lrS snIp 111,MO.MO Air conditioned Ektluiire! neighborhood Evea. L Sun. CY 35071 = ,n.te nwe siam, 5SI1t.n5SIP drips I
IowA w4 pay cloelof fold H. tile reef lentos arei aver 100 ft.
i any water Sin, mil iindir ereuna sprinkler,
FURNISHED upetalraapartmenL '1ipt I .. I 1ILASRI1bCONRAIY5 Charles f System, e* sea and runllrdt' ally and weter
Large and renm,. HIM w..kl,. Chupp tins LOW tiaaHAL TIKMS arlee, IIMSO
Adult,. 7W Tth St, KW. CT M IS-TV in. BT Third at, aw IMO 030050$0TV BY OWNER CYJ-nti ITowMi I COUNTRY I a ml. la Cypress a.r....-..I ml. te W.H. stOp llmite.t .

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I K 3L If4llallaI D7AIDI5 Activities Of Interest The Story Behind THE CARAVANS-Jamei Buck Helen LIVING Maclnnei REED Mlchene/- Pearl j

((13)) Real Estate For Sale t ((13)) Reel Estate For SaleTRADING ((13)) Real Estate For Sale To Haven Tourist ClubThe ON SERVICE-Ian HER MAJESTY'S Fleming SECRET

The Book

!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIInulHnHIIIIUOnly = $8500.00 Winter Haven Tourist communications He had a question FIORITA-Rumer Godden

$100Down Club will hive another Interesting I I I and answer program which THE HAT ON THE BED-

| | IS THE TREND 2088 28th St. NW program Tuesday at 7.30 was very interesting. McCoy COOKS vivid life the long.past battles; John O'Hara

| at the Civic Center A I entertained 125 members and United Press International victories, defeat and personal THE
Corner lot completely fenced yard, p.m., SCENT OF WATER -
"Let'i Swap two bedroom.., CB houee, near travelogue presented by Rev, guests. Philip II of Spate by Charles heartbreak on every level from Elizabeth Goudg

to qualified buyer on this a school and churches Ideal for afternoon ladle Petrie (Norton $550): In this high diplomatic to lowliest civil-
of Wednesday
:5 1 bedroom 1 bath horn Equities"I th* retired couple 1000.00 Laurence L Barber Arlington new look at the reign of Philip ian. ICE STATION ZEBRA-Allstalr

:5 .. Newly decorated I 4 bedroom down payment $67.00 mo..1IIown.r M...., entitled "Maine, theM.jeatic" I card party, with 14 table of II, English historian Sir Charles MacLean

S BuUtin oven and rangers We have a Florida lovely ly will trade this lor This ii a combination j I bridge 3 table of pinochle, !ZI Petrie take the view that the Leopold III and the Belgian THE THREE SIRENS-Irvlng
= room,
; .." Fenced back yard 5 I(double, large carporte home In larger bom or a lot, of color stills and movies I table of canasta; a total of defeat of the Spanish armadaIn Royal Question, by E. Ramon Wallace
allocated near Lake with 15U by British forces did OF GOOD AND
E I the Lake Elbert "high- ranging up and down the Maine : S4 players; awarding prize to Arango (Johns Hopkins $6): A EVTL-Ernest
!! 'ind beach and picnic = I $7700.00 I not constitute the supreme disaster study of Belgium' struggle over K. G.nn
lands" Eva Madge
Trlnque Francoeur
:5 area. Small monthly pay coast to the Aroostook potato of CITY
I Alice Lewis Lillian Philip' reign, a* some her Kin,'* 1940 decision to surrender OF NIGHT-John Rechy
,5 ..menti. CallRUSSELL | Our boas (the owner) set: FURNISHED country. O'Hara, Meldin Lundberg I writer have claimed "The war to the Nazi while his Nonfiction
Myrtle Peck
family It 1 traveled and itself lasted for another 18 year, MANDATE FOR CHANGE _
,S-- FRAKES "Find me a growing Barber widely Alberta Franti and Ruby Mann government was escaping to
with a smaller house skilled with the and it ended in a peace of exhaustion Dwight D. Eisenhower
;:-&vcs., ft Sun. CY HM1 430 7th St. N.E.Move a photographer, Bertha Holllngiworth and Eva continue the fight The struggle
otr-: < E land by golly, well swap ability of noticing and recording Hostesses Elsie which was neither divided the nation for 10 year PROFILES IN COURAGE -
Bailey were
I equities." Call right In and tart living unusual and Interesting scenes. Bell and Corlnne Norwell. creditable nor profitable to "n,. and ended in Leopold' abdica- John F. Kennedy

Zella Pearson. modem 1 bedroom xtra large Ai a travelogue narrator he li north that land nor of any great consequence tion in favor of his ton, Bau- THE AMERICAN WAY OF
COUNTRY Tourists from the
: TOWN t, etorag area wood floor with unsurpassed, with comments Mr. and to Spain," Petrle write. douln. Arango, of Texas A&M DEATH-Jessica MltfordRASCAISlerlln

=2" Wmnt 'LEIS BROS. vinyl till awning window which are unusually clear and recently arrived are: Pella "It did not change the dynasties College, conclude that the Belgians North
Mr. Nick ,
JlL UIiJUll&l1I1I1I1IJ1I1I1I1I11I1I1I11II1II1II1I REALTORS no city or county taxea entertaining He has appeared VanDerPloeg of England or Spain, nor now know "they can no JFK.i THE MAN AND THE
W l
( 3.11 41 Iowa Mr and Mrs. Charles
cloee In to Iowa Shown by before the Tourist Club on at ; did It modify the policies of longer afford to let petty Inter MYTH-Victor Lasky
Sixth SI NW2dti Weicoivllle. Pa Mr.
( Bieler
1200 appointment. ; the contending parties or influence I OWE RUSSIA
: least four previous occasions, nal division tap the energy $1200 Bob
and Mr. Harold Miller, New
North Gate
Oppoilte )
( their reilg-
respective which be Hope
must centered elsewhere
Palm and his presentations have alWays
Dr .
135 and Mr
Berlin N.Y. Mr.
ions. It decisive in
2M-31IT been of the most popular Ruth was particularly In economic DOROTHY AND REDVincentSheean
Clayton Gouverneur
r Eve. $ WO 7-2711 the sense that Poltava or Waterloo survival "It 1 I. significantthat
r "Committed To 4 un. attractions of the winter sea N.Y. Mr. and Mr. John Willis,
$8500.00 ; and it
son." Maine the Majestic," Is were decisive the Constitution remains CONFESSIONS OF AN AD-

:. Move March 1st expected to further enhance his Greenwood, Benton, Ind.: Mich Mrs BerthaJohnson must rather be compared with exactly as it was before the VERTISING MAN-Davld Ogil-

ZoUIJ'E $300.00 ; the Battle of Britain in 1940 royal affair. the change has vy
reputation with the Winter Haven
I I. In
Mrs. Mildred Emmerson
Mr. Bond must fell this beau.tiful.3 Tourists. Members and their which laved England from the come about by means of a political THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN .
the Winter Haven Hospital. Mr. "
threat of invasion On the
Lo- DownCheck which sanctioned TEACHERS-James Bryant
BR., 2 bath home. IN LAKE ALFREDA friends are Invited. Willard Pearl Hazen, Mrs Charles Can- proces
whole Petrle give Philip credit
St. S.!:. Lines Is entertainment chair- the evolved custom. the area Conant
cated at 1818 5th Carl
GOOD PLACE TO LIVE tor Mrs. Vernon Brown
this terrific buy very for leaving Spain In a stronger in which the King could use his SECURITY IS A THUMB ANDA
:Butt approx. 3 year ago and Traynor and Boy Brown have In the world than it
roomy I bedroom (poulbl.U man.Monday position authority remains as broad BLANKET-Charlei Schulx
NEW 3 bedrooms 2 bath it 2 a board
all been released from the hospital
oooupied only by adults Im spacious screened porch was when he succeeded to the ever, but because nothing has
meeting will be held. President
terrazzo floor, celled heat, and at home Visitors
with built-in barbecue air conditioner are throne.
-maoulate "which
In every respect Ernest Garrison will preside. been specifically limited every Boasting a crimp
:A partial but of other features built In even and range extra storage buildin welcome. has been I I. the of the fiber
thing tacitly circumscribed property
at rear of lot payment Monday at 6 p.m., the Tourist Joe Roberts was called northon !
;;Includes\ ; $lo.OOO.00. "8.1. plu (axe. and Insurance If Club will hold a covered dish account of death In the family. Face of Africa, by Thomas ," rather than a mechanically

::1 ( large closets LIKE NEW I bedrooms, 2 you meat quality shown by appoint dinner at the Civic Center. The P. Melady (Macmillan $6)): Me- BEST SELLERS introduced quality" la a new
hosts and hostesses will be lady, an expert on African affairs Fiction seamless and runresistant\
;. Terrazzo floors baths, celled heat, air condiioned Schedule for the coming weekIs
NEXT TO THEWATER member from Canada. Coffee has set out to present THE GROUP-Mary McCarthy stocking. The stocking Is made
:e Built-in, Hi." and Inter-Corn double carport double is follows: Monday, 1:30: .
the continent to those who are THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN by a new kind of construction,
and will be furnished
:. Central teal & air condition utility room, built In oven and cream sugar p.m., Needlecraft; 7 p.m., SingA
= ins range. $13,000.00.LIKE by the club. Everyone Long and games later. not specialists. The book is part -Morris West incorporating monofilament
ly a reference book with history THE VENETIAN AFFAIR nylon yarn.
bring own table service and a
:e Screened Patio (easily converted Tuesday, 9:30: '.m., choral
NEW Completely and covered dish. geography racial makeupof
practice directed by Mr.
to family room by en $100.00 DownAll
wall nicely furnished' I bedroom, Club activities of the week: George Rodell and pianist Mr. peoples in the various countries . . . .
cloalruj 1 ) very nice kitchen, extra lara etc. But it also leave
Large well landscaped lot brick I bedroom 1 Thursday evening progressivecard Jack Gunter.
living room screened patio bath built-la and held with 15 no doubt a* to where Dr. Me.
Dream kitchen with all elec. oven range party was Tuesday, Z p.m., Shuffleboardparty WANTED!
$15,000.00. ceiling heat park your tables of bridge, T tables of 7:30 entertainment Wil- lady' political sympathies lie
: ,
tric built-lna. ;
boat the bark door low
on the tide of African I
Kitchen refrigerator NEW 2 bedroom, extra price o( |12 001).00 Sea this today pinochle I table of 500 1 table lard Lines, director. natkmillim. 1

I Living Room Rugs large living room big kitchen .. and Ineurance-17074 monthly plu. tax- I of cribbage and 7 tables of Wednesday, 1:30: p.m., ladles guese Africa. In he discussing speaks of Portu-the MEN WOMEN .

S Formal front entrance and dining area with built in canasta, a total of 124 players. card party; I p.m. round dance, "harsh state" in existence
and celled heat Some 49 prizes went to memo I directed by Mr and Mrs. Run police .
Double drive range oven, LAKE there under "the sword of from arias 11 t. 12. Pr.esre Llnooln service hap theueenda
Outside City LimitsLake terrazzo floor Lot 100 x 100 hers and guests. Hosts andhostesses I DeBaun, Music by Munnfo'i Orchestra now foe U.a. Civil VI.I Job peepers for the.: taste every
Mr. and Mrs.Pat Portuguese repression. South .eeeinsn I in thla area year, It le an. f the ,lar.e.t .
.00. were from Lakeland donations
Access $11,950 the next 12 month and eldtit prlvetely owned
Africa he 1
WINTERSETFOR Christian and Mr. and Mri. says, guilty of eehoele ef l Hi kind and le net
SO cent, open to the pub Government BIV a.
Close Shopping
to new LIKE NEW 2 bedroom, one Jake Scheufele.: lie. "brutal repression" of her African ems, ae .*'off:mint: :* to ..tart.eeeotd. with the Oov.rn. .

Center bath, Fla. room extra all Friday afternoon shuffleboard Thursday 7 30 population. They provide much greater .e- mom.urliy .
: p.m. progressive then privet employment fr pugs 'Information en ttev-
This home open for Inspectionthis glassed summer bedroom, nice party had 24 courts In play; card party, end sealant opportunity for rnment lobe Including let ef

afternoon from 2:00 to kitchen. Draperies, Barbecuepit FINER LIVING awwardlng( prizes to Edgar- Friday, Z p.m. shuffleboard The First World War by I .
General Richard Tboumln I
(00: p.m. and TV Antenna go. Only Frantt, Clarence Horn, Floyd party educetlen er experience. TODAY. You will sine get full .
895000. One ot the belt of the many beautiful Holt. Walter Hayes, Lillian Saturday I shuffleboard (Putnam $695): Here Is an account sot t* NI on* ef thane job, details I en how you sac ,r*.
M. H. Jordan hnmpi on Lake WI..ter.ot p.m. of the first world holocaust you mutt pen teet. The eom- par yurilf for then tt>
LAKEFRONT 1 bedrooms, near Cypress Garden I bedrooms Holt Elizabeth Hotchklss Chester tournament between the 1 p.tltie,. Is hem snd In ,eme .
In the word of ,
earn easy .n. out .f flv. Dent delay ACT NOW
Johnston, Harry Klernan Winter Haven Shuffleboard Club p.m.
wood floors floor furnace, enclosed and den or I bedroom and observer partlcl'l
RealtyReal pant ----------------1
carpeted throughout Floridaroom Fred LundbertT, Nelle Myers, and the Winter Haven Tourist
Lot 100 x 220.
garage. from the writings of
and excerpt
Estate Counselor Better see this. $12,150.00. refrigerator built-in. .oven doubt carport rang. Fred Newell, Vonle Oswalt Joe Club people of the nation involved U LINCOLN SIIVICI, Dee*. 10Nkia II

714-lt 6th St., NW 294-2787 priests beach and dock Paqln Bessie Perkins, Charles I I llllRcl I

2. SPECIAL Small house, Shown by appointment.ATHERTON. Shore Charles Roe, Myrtle A new Instant bonding cement British, Australian French American German I am vary much Mereitael. PI.... and m. aBtctutVy FREE IC

needs repairs lots of them. .Simpson, and John Wlngate. Directed which forms a per Canadian ( I DA) lilt af U. S. ....."''''.nt ,..ltionl and itlarli (]) Infermilieu
Russian of all rank from
IN 1ST ST. ELOISE Corner lot, city water and by George W. Martin and manent and waterproof bond on hew to qualify far a U. S. Government Job. .
I Room house for ..I.. Hot water soldier to general and from all
.teeter, new root lot 60 a 100'. paved street. Only 165000. I. Maurice Elliott. without pressure or clamps, branches of the military Thus 1 A'........ I
CASH ONLY, no reasonable offer Saturday afternoon Shuffleboard has been Introduced. The manufacturer -
efueed Writ IIr. Mr*. Qultman WE HAVE SEVERAL desirable RsALTYCO. Club and the Winter Haven laid the cement the story i I. told from scores of 1 S"..,........ .... ........ .. .. ....... Ph.ft........,..... .
Cone, P.. O.. Box 1402, Sanford, Fla. building lots, both residen- viewpoints with emphasis on !
... tlal and commercial at prices I Tourist Club played at the bonds to wood, rubber, met the Individual facet being pre. city..1..1..1..1....... .
CF1TR294.3284 ( / Civic Center the home team al ceramic I
glass, plastics, ,
you can afford. I I winners, scoring 23 to 20, with canvas and piper It I II resistant sented. The effect 1* to bring to . . . . .

OWNER SAYS SELL LetMi t One* Atherten. BaaJtat: 15 courts In
III Lea Aft.. M... LAKE ALFRED NEEDS play to oil, grease and al-
SMALL BUSINESSES and -0- I Monday evening Sing A Long cohol and is suggested for .

Thi perfect retirement low coat would support one each of the program was cancelled. At 7:30: cementing counter tips and
horn I BR. CB construction on FOR SALE Current Mortgages
following Coin laundry Dry p.m. games were played, 47 loose tiles as well as bondIng .
a htch. dry lot Near North Oat : well traaonM, attractive dim
front, and back porch Closed garsea. repair shop, barbecue stand, Boa '71. Winter Ha.... 1-4 guests present. Amlel Kel- decorative trim and molding. you
Owner will To w*
call upholstery shop, trailer sales, del and John McIntyre were In

veterinarian, swap shop, taxiab (14-A) Lot & AcreageCHOICE charge.
DOROTHY WILCOXON small loans, tire recapping Monday afternoon 27 ladies Is 1A All the Way North!

REAL ESTATE jewelry store and repair attended the needlecraft class.Tuesday .

111 Mk 56. >W ItMOM body and fender shop and bowling JtrstDBNTUL! LOT enCypreai afternoon shuffleboard -
Garden Road. Owner
... alley. If you are considering will ""anc.. Call 3M-26M. J-T/ party with U court In
going into a small bull- play awarding prize to Bell

Dell-of some kind we will be LARGE Chain' of Uk lot. 13500 Born, Elsie Bell\, Anne Dempsey I Hr

WOW-ee happy to cooperate with you in 10 Acre.. $36,000. Call anytime Norman Detwiler Albert

B, finding a good location in our cr S-MH. IO-t Frantz Edgar Franti Chester

What A Buy own. Johnston, Alex Jefferson Fred

HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE RANCHES Lundberg, Elsie Luettlnger
Drastically' Reduced THE NEW John McIntyre, Harry Novel,
'Welcome florae People to our Ralph Oswalt, Russell\ Rose,
$$2,000Spacious: S bedroom t KWIK SERV. STORE NEARLY HAS beautiful city buy some of our Myrtle Simpson Jane Scheeler

tile bath home in SE section. THEIR BUILDING little ranches and keep your Jean Tucker Stanley Wiaslck
Walking distance to store &: COMPLETED horse with us" and William Weeks Directed by
school Fla. room attractive HAVE THEIR George Martin and Dave Rich.
kitchen with lot of cabinets.Air VERY SOON. DONTISSIT. 40 ACRES near Lake Pierce .. Tuesday evening, Irving J.

conditioned, fenced back- Improved pasture with canal McCoy, communication consultant

yard, 'Irrigation system. H JOHN HENDERSON and crossed fence with house. with the General Telephone

block off of chain of lakes. Only FR 2-W5T FR 2-1671 Priced to tell with term Co., RIVe an Interesting

$17,300. Good term Owner and educational and ,
ALFRED REALTY CO. 80 ACRES very valuable land program :
leaving for North. Wants Im LAKE near Lake Region Morse Track. showed pictures and talked on x

mediate sale. Let me show you 2.U Highly Improved pasture .. i p i e e communications, and YEAR-ROUND All.tmKI CRUISES

this toddy, before you buy my- fenced, road frontage. $40,000 gave particular on Telstarlynchom from 59

thing,;. .. Half cash .. BaL arranged. relay one and two. #Dsy Wsekssl,Fd hoe$5' f
He also displayed a model of 40ay,Mtsdsyo,i IJ'tree $14
Beasley Realty Co. BRetlrementSpecial 170 ACRES cattle or horse Telstar and explained all\ the tails from dtllWlllltl..1. Pltr 3)

134 6th St., NW ranch near Winter Haven. present day technique in space rut mult'INCIODII iiin Ih,"tiup inicttime it,.your oeliy hotel,,ens ill t

CY M757 or CY 3-26 7$ Crossed fenced, water vat, loot mil lirvlct,dtneinf, interKinneitt,
Completely Furnished e excellent location Valuable Ctotein S cocktoll Betty) No MeclnatlMterliftut S
? (I4-A) Lots & Acreage r* ulie4 Iw U S. *r CeneJlMaitlmul
FOR BALE OR TRADE -bedrooni Between 3 lata N.E. Section. and. Priced right ,. $321 per 200 Ica tasieit allowmctl
horn with cottage Horn pram ,
anything acre., Term. via hr FIn Hhr kM**.,***
Will home.
ont\\JI rented accept 2 bedroom, CB Living
of U.000 value lor our equity. Call loom, kitchen, bath, carport. -SEE- IMfMiTnmllfWt,* Tw Great Strafe Daily '%bat Florida "ow mad wilen JOII
.1 Only $ ,500. Term First time Nicest Lots EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORP 10 north by Coast < Pu11mu.

: I offered. James H. Cross until New Improved Services No weather problema. No drlver otfgue YOII

On ride relaxed arrive refreshed Oft the.
| W3 Avc. M SE | Beasley Realty Co. REALTOR *
934 6th St.. N.W. CY 3.2757 Office Z39-A 3rd St., S.W. Chain of Lakes for the 1964 Winter Season! =611 t -

| Tjenlck Park | Phone CY 4.2444
CowPuncher's 1. Select location In neighborhood -
"Cltrua Qroras Our Specialty
I X"ome i with everything B of fine home to New York tnJ the East:

:5 Close In, secluded high EE 31-3 a lovely shade tree.

quality residential area. S E Dream. . US' on street and WFSTCOASTCRAMPION-saaal5% on deUdoiu chef-pnparei Champton
:E bedroom 2 bath horn EE LAKEFRONT ACREAGE lake x 200' deep Plan meals
streamliner comfort
Passenger representative reserved-teat
; ; coach
with all the delightful EE 11300.
Not Texas But Win.
t < Bear M Acre of land Appronlnuter or Pullman
: feature to make ifs EE ter Haven ,. Over (00 Acre too rt of lad. Will divide 2. Excellent gently slop-

comfortable &: gracious _E of rambling ranch land. Approx. Total price 50,000.VARNER Ing elevation to lake
Ask About Coast Line Tours
i iS 200 acre improved Only REALTY oak trees .-. good xRAFT to the

Plus S 190 per acre .. or let me 14 Ith 8t, NW CY M4M location $7,900. plEllnl9atsliM New York World's Fair

show you 40 acre with modern SOUTH WIND/CITY OF MIAMI .
E A large recreation or Es ll-TF Package plans Budget Priced for
ranch home ideal for LEIS BROS.
play house which I* also Sg Deluxe Pullman service or reclininga Individuals a Adult Groups a School Creeps
air conditioned and hat E trua planting Only $40,000. LAKE JULIANAACRES REALTORS seat coaches
Good TenN.Beasley. 5 Lakefront, deep well
= Its own fully tiled bath- ES leetrlrlty, barn. $15600. 120 Sixth St.. NW

Fireplace, too. A perfectS = Realty Co. C r. McCOMIC. Ref. BrokerVALUABLE Opposite North Gate) aNM M a M. ---
place for the fullest In = :IIIS-26f1
c Family living Price:' 934 8th St., N.W. CY 3.2757 II" 24Nltes !7 HOW TO DRESS A For reservation or information tee your travel agent matt coupon cr fifl;

s $30000. Excellent term E Sun. 24-2852 Atlanta Ce,. Lin Rdlraad

-- Winter! Han, Florid
ELEANOR IGLEHART = 171 acre of Improved patun SALE BEST OF TASTE
and, 1 larta btdnoma, 1-batlu, W-21 In Winter J\\.-.acne aw tot*nution,raps, tnticMuta" ta
Eves &: Sea or 4.1111 Es Hovel
fully quipped modern kitchen Cloie-ln en } Slat Hlwa, a>
Including dtenwaiher Double gar Paved County road. M ft. wlda LAKEFRONT: LOT Chooae the one Trench CY 3-5513 -
canal. WO ft long connect Chain (dIy
al. office, Sully air conditioned" C"AT
Town COUNTRYniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 10 miles tram Winter H..... Price ol Lake* Boat Bade aU ready party 110 Feet wide on Chain. White that' far and away the w..

196000.. Smallest: lmu to b* arranged. trailer I llnlihcd.Iota or Ideal residential for tnulnea lots with* Sand Beach 250 Feet Deep favorite. Bright ta.tiDCbut AN' -

111"1W1I1! mrrmras.1I41 ; rlyat* lake on property. WIU tell Just North of City Limits, Near not sharp-famoua COMT I liNE :
TUNER REALTY all or part . State Farm. REDUCED 20% KRAFT FRENCH.
r !mil** Af thing CoaY tkV '
U elk *... XW cr M4M Call Owner 2S34J5I below Appraised Value. u A Zone.r var.

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THE CAB TONIGHT.MOWS / OWN A6E-F { onivea M (UPI-Hmni) Radio them""to aid the people'i bar ,
ABOUT A DATE tl THE CAH.WNSEY / uld today that Cuban Premier vest. differ fromGROUNDHOGS II
/ Fidel Castro, Cuban President It was the first report Issued
by Havana on Castro since his !
Oiwaldo Dortlcoi and Alexander
return from I Moscow visit ,
Alexel, Russian ambaiiador to earlier this month. The broadcast I I i.. lmt slay unJtr
Cuba, road a surprise appear helped quash mother in I freunj pirmiiwntly. .,
Q l'limos ane at I sugar mill Thuriday series of assassination rumors
to Inspect the handiwork of which periodically sweep the
Russian technlclana. exile colony here Beasley Insurance Agency'1" i
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said that Castro personally Keep shower cap pinned to
Inspected sugar cutting m Ich. the inside of your shower cur. !) JIM l'aI.y Hart Alice U Itmlty
Inn and praised the Russian tain with a small plastic .... 110 AYI. A, NW. CY 3-4147
engineers who designed and built clothes pin.

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dM/el-'HQ SAD, RD HE'S HIM d !
ASw vU IPYOU'D' ON THE YOU SPEAIcINQtr LoI's More in '6411 "
PHONE TEu.f SEE HURRICANE HELL DRIVERS In and women's handiwork In air'r i-;' "
+ eight bIg shows Feb. 4 thru 9. A thrill. settings.Exciting I
minute as drivers narrowly mils SEI BIO CAR CHAMPIONSHIPAUTO
1 dy ti.s AA death at high speeds right before RACES, February 3, 8, 9, 12
your .Y'" Grandstand seats on sale and 15...Enjoy yourself on Royal
now. American's giant. midway...SEe
Quarter Horse Show.,,State and
County Exhibits...Champion Dairy
CATS perform between thrill show and Beef Shows and 101.. ...Fat
acts. Plus the PORTER WAGONER Stock Show.Poultry and Rabbit
SHOW. Grandstand seats on sale Shows.


:ALLDOLLED WHEN BOVS TAKE C5ES,NO,MOMS/ > -HE SAID COULD td with spectacular display West I Tommy Steinnr's RCA Rode
YOUR CLASS HOP.I THEY BRING CORSAGES DO'BUTWINGEYWELL OR A pll2A pit! from France, Italy, Finland, Japan with Champion cowboys riding for
LIKE YOLJ8oecss OR IS THAT TOO OLDLdrr it TO MG- 1 fi and Belgium,See 18th annual Florida the big money. Rough! Toughl I Er
/ I iier N FASHIONEO Electrical Exposition..International big shows Feb. 10-1J. Grandatuedw
Orchid Show...AmerIcan Hibiscus seats on sale nowl .=-=
Show...Jurl.d Art Exhibition plus SEE STONEY BURKE IM PEOB,=T.
t re TJ1c T : exhibit of Audubon LORD will each ..tI.
; IG # $L special 20 original JACK star' at
engravings of Florida birds and performance" In person-plus tho

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i Page Twenfy-Four" WINTER HAVEN DAILY? NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER I-- VEN, FL'ORIDX Sunday( 6nlary::2; ,1

U.S. Proposes Freeze On nor TIRED!uA: Rve iErrw'ourA\ T I MAD SER6EANT.d Judge Overules Protest' ) I

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Missles And Aircraft B 0 e V Validates Turnpike Bonds I

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GENEVA (UPI) The United keep stockpiles at present TALLAHASSEE (UM) Circuit Miami attacked the propose
States proposed formally today I levels. Judge W. May Walker die- 78 0 mile, two lane ton road '

an East.West freeze on I "It would halt the race to missed objection from the Peninsula through one of the widest see.
1 I missiles and aircraft to stop produce better strategic vehicles Motor Club and City of lions of the vast sawgrassswamp
r the spiraling arms race. to carry bigger warheads Miami Thursday and validated at unsafe, unnecwsary
I VS. disarmament negotiator ," he laid ton would $17 million In bonds to build a and a detriment to future work
f I William C Foster told the 17. mean an end to the qualitative turnpike through the Everglades on U.S. 41, which nearly parallels
Bttlon disarmament conference between Naples and Fort the proposed parkway route.
1 that such a freeze should Include at well as the quantitative Lauderdale.The Attorneys for the state on the
antl'missile missiles. arms race. ease DOW goes to the other hand hailed the project
He said agreement could be "The immediate objective ol DIME ILL DLAY MAC61E R CMAwrMD 60 vnl0 WATr' LET lda NAV; State Supreme Court, which ii as a boon to tourism agricul
reached without waiting for a the freeze on numbers shouldbe :: AROUND Iteoa DOW SARUN'i A HAN e:O 10e'e'Y J 1'w61NYG7O expected to affirm the validationIn ture and industry They also
general and complete disarmament the of aZ ANSWER TNa 1h sewNO AI short order. called several consulting engineers
maintain quantity
to \
treaty because it would nuclear vehicles held n hone i.ovvP oar E t \ 00 N '} Walker ruled the bonds were to deny charges the road
entail less complicated inspection CFrr CARE F "constitutionally statutory and would be unsafe.
arrangements to prevent by East and West at constant Zp fiscally sound and valid" and Opponents to the project triedto
cheating.The levels," he said. that "every prerequisite to legal make an Issue of the ownership
missile proposal was one c: and proper validations has been of a plot of land at the
ofthe, five points contained In By United Pre's International ." met and established by competent I Broward County exit of the
President Johnson's peace program evidence." turnpike. The land U held in a
presented to the conference WASHINGTON An unidentified )! The objections raised to the secret trust and the auto club
when It resumed Jan. 21. Latin American diplomat, "'" project by the auto club and demanded to know the owner
Foster had been scheduled to expressing doubts over Pana :I: City of Miami were not proper ship of the land that would
elaborate on the proposal ma's intention to charge the matters for the court to decide, benefit from the project.
Thursday but he called off a Walker said. I E. D. McDonald vice president -
with aggressionIn sVou'VE
United States s
prepared speech as a protest "The court is not concernedwith of the First National Bank
against -the Soviet downing of the Canal Zone riots: the wisdom of the project. of Fort Lauderdale was subpoenaed
an unarmed U.S. trainer plane "We will be placing on the That Is a matter for the various by the auto dub and testified .
week. culprit of aggressionno GOT TO BE MORE j IC||'| IPOSCTJC Ul THE TROUBLE IS, I and boards to determine .
J(East Germany this dock as PRACTICAL--VOO'VE GOT TO I'M ALWAYS BROKE state county Thursday that the land was
The US. delegation pointedto less than the leader of the PAGWOOO SETA LIMIT ON YOUR J BEFORE l REACH IT and they have determined not owned by any state, countyor
the* Plane Incident as a tree world." ..ILL NEED SPENDING L.Hil it In the affirmative," local government officials.
prime example of why the distfWfWfnt MOREHOUSEHOLD Walker said The project 1s scheduled to be
h conference should Pockets of all 'slzei and all 171 MONEY The auto club and City of 'completed in II to 24 months
\ arrange better big.power communications shapes give youthful zest to THIS WEEK :,r q J I
Erica Ell..' shifts for Jun. r'
The US. freeze plan, Foster lorite. She fashion them along 6z n Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
said proposed to end production straight lines In heavy cot
of new and more powerful ton duck and calls them her ti1 Of Winter Haven
nuclear delivery vehicles but to "kooky shifts." Headquarters for-All Types Pipes Valves Fittings
Anniversary 6th Anniversary .I l All. a Ctmplct Stock of Pump, Plumbing. ,
m Mechanical A InduitrUI' auppll.t
jgAct Now! This Is It: *t. Av.. L, N.W. .M Luke Silver behind Uli ..... RMlt' n

The Sale You've Been Waiting For* ---
were timid bidders The moral -

I Ridge Bridgely : bridge. is a partnershipgame. Be modern withMOEN First to Church Then Out to Dinner

OUR 6* f Around tile Circuit
JOHN M. TAYLOR The Lakeland masterpolnt
game was a "tale of two cities". ROAST TURKEY
Polk County DupHcot Irld,. Director The winning teims were Doug and DRESSING
Hall of Lakeland, playing with
; ANNIVERSARY 1 NORTH North had set up hla minor Robert Thornhlll of Winter Haven (5 Scrvte with .n.wfiel..siatess. gr.vy,
S-KIM suits. North cashed his ace and ,' and Mrs. H. G. Morris .hda..c I v.|, cranberry erase,'
H-At queen of clubs and led a low of Winter Haven coupled with NEW MOEN nth sad) butter.
DAQJ1SCA 0. 0. Feaster of Lakeland.
ij ? diamond to the dummy's ten. Continuous series games will DIAICCT FORKITCHENS
; Sri EAST West had no choice but to be played tonight and next Sunday 831I
win his diamond honor and In Lakeland A Spring Series
SALE -JIOS H-K UD One handle doss |
I Ii -KI71 D-4 a heart. Since the clubs starts In Lakeland this Tuesday
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| Help g! land Is Interesting In that these Most of them overtook the club
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made only nine tricks, but those take' the successful diamond

|' Let One Of Our Friendly |_ teams contract that made settled ten for tricks.a 2NT finesse tricks This produced but only two five club diamonds Buying a NEW CAR? :

i The hand was played II times. tricks to go with the heart and
Each time North opened ID spade Some North players executed i iI
< Salesmen Introduce You To 5 and rebid 2NT. Six times. .. a misguided safety play I
either due to East's non-vulnerable by cashing the A-Q of clubs
SD overcall of IS or to South's and leading the ace and a small
lack of confidence in his five diamond. West won hla king
A Better Deal. points. North played at the and returned a h@art. North
declarers returned to with COMPAREOUR
2NT level All six dummy a
made the proper play on the diamond and was lucky enoughto
O) hand after getting a spade lead get the club split, but be
i On A Brand New S! from East. Both West and couldn't return to his hand to
North let East's spade queen cash Oie good diamonds. He
I win the first trick. East con got five clubs but only two diamonds
tinued spades, West won with to go with his two tricks LOWER
CHEVROLET the ace, and returned a spade in the majors.
i I to establish the suit for the The result was unanimous the
64 CHEVELLE = defense. At this point the success poor players did well because
[ of the hand depended on their partners were courageous
C West having the diamond king, bidders; the good players suffered INSTALLMENTSon
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