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

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I iiiT Winter Haven Daily WsChief

The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The News-Chief' Citrus Capital l Of The World



t I ey 2 Local een-Agers Killed ,


9 a 1 Hurt In Car-Train Crash

Police/ Fire Sites SoughtHill (Auto Rams Side

Of Freight On
AT HEIGHT OF HOME FIRE-Winter Haven firemen found this scene es they arrived .

I at the James B. Miller home on Ave. B, SW, I few moments before midnight New

Year's Eve. The home was leveled but adjacent ones were protected from the intense TurnbullIn

heat_. Area CrossingTwo

Flames Level Favor Of area young people were
Rev. killed and a third seriously In-

jured as the car in which they
were riding collided with a train
Transferred Two LocationsLocating at a crossing at Spirit Lake

Miller Residence Road and Hwy 17, near the

the downtown Central Bartow Air Base, Tuesday

Fire Station on the Florida shortly before midnight
Orlando The borne of Mr. and Mrs. Haven firemen as the biggestfire Citrus Exposition grounds Joe Larry Martin, IS, of

I James B. Miller, 2201 Ave. B of the year In Winter Ha. and the police department, with Eloise, and Mary Lou Sanford

SW, burned to the ground ear ven, the two story wood frame jail and municipal court, in the 14, of Eagle Lake, were victimsof
Announcement was made house and its contents were south end of the city, was rec the crash that put the! 1963
day of the transfer of the ly Wednesday morning from termed a total loss and only ommended today to the Winter t traffic death count In Polk

Charles C. Anderson, pastor flames of an undetermined ori one corner of the building and Haven City Commission by a County to 65, a record high.

St. Joseph's Church In I gin. The fire was discovered a part of the brick chimney committee which has had the Another passenger in the car
few minutes before midnight stood amidst the charred rub relocation project under study was Johnny W, Hopper Jr., 16,
Haven since 1997, to the ble. for several weeks.Commlnloners also of Eloise, who is lifted in
of the Good Shepherd in j Tuesday. Winter According to the fire report, critical condition at Lakeland
Described by some J. D. Hill,
lando the
Jlo s pit a I. He was
the house at
Msgr, Harold F. Jordan.In was unoccupied who with Commissioner Tom
thrown 78 feel from the pointof
the time of the blaze and the
expression of their Turnbull and Gene Thompson, Impact where the car crashed .
fire was reported by a teenager local architect and member of "
and affection for their Traffic Deaths
into the side of an Atlantic
who by \'c
was passing on the planning board, made "
members of St. Joseph's up
Coast Line train
his Most of the If'c -
motorcycle. the committee, ,.
submitted the
will give farewell
Martin, the driver
of the car,
for Father Anderson in the house was already engulfed in recommendation. ,A." .. ,' ,,I", and Miss Sanford were tilled
flames when the fire equipment {\
Ish Hall at J p.m. on Reach New HighNew arrived.With At Mayor Richard Dantiler's instantly Florida Highway Pa-

All local friends of Father the wind blowing brisk. suggestion, the report was "tak < 1"j trol reported. Butte were still In
derson, In addition to en under advisement" by the 4th car when witnesses sot to
in direction
of the parish are cordially Year's traffic accidents ly threatened an easterly to to commission, pending further AFTER HITTING TRAIN-Two Winter Haven young people, age 14 and 16, wIre the scene
fire spread
Tiled to attend.Under claimed the lives of more than other buildings, but adequate study of costs, "for a reasonable kilted in this car when it crashed Into the side of an Atlantic Coast Line train on Hwy I The train, I four-car freight,

Father 180 persons the nation's new record highways for precautions were taken by the period of time," after which 17 near the Bartow Air Base shortly before midnight Tuesday. A third youth It In critical was heading toward Eagle
leadership during his on final action is
expected. Lake, when It was struck on the
to this.A condition.
In Winter Haven, during the 30 hour holiday and fire department prevent I .
years Hill said the estimated cost right front by the car
for the fire department -- -- -
toll in of the most dire spokesman 1-
Joseph' parish bas excess of construction Involved in the I According to the patrol report
said the fire call was
a beautiful new church, prediction by the National Safe- two locations war $165,000. The the car was heading east
11:50 Dec. 31,
received at
the size of the parochial Council and some units: of pm.the department city will have approximately Local Scout Is I Traffic Regulations I on.8ptr.it\ Lake Road, jiffs rafter
and remodeled the The period started at '
.were not dismissed until : $100,000 available toward this I turnini off Mwy. 17, when the
church into attractive pan fecal time New Year's
crash doeurred
6)s Say am., Jan. 1.There amount by the time the relocation The car was
for perish tlYltie..- and'ended".t midnight Injuries reported Is undertaken, and the remainder 'thrown bark after Impact, over
were no Selected For
Prior to Father I Year's Day. Amerlc.nsI as a result to the fire I should be financed,I 40 feet, the report said
(Continued On Page 8, CoL ) to add their names to Miller, a citrus .broker. ana; the committee thought, through I i Tightened For 1964 i I The accident occurred just
tragic toll down to
right his wife, Mrs Annicle Miller, I a first mortgage retired by .| (Continued on Pale I, Col. 3))
minutes. business manager at the Winter monthly rental payments, in I Canadian Meet | .
A United Press International Haven Hospital, reportedlylived the same manner as the new Here are the new Florida traf ter line on multiple lane roadways II I I I--
Kiwanis Slates based on late reports to In the house alone. city hall is being financed. fie laws and changes In existing except when authorized I
showed at least 188 persons Due to the fire and destruc The $100,000 consists of about I I Mrs. Joe K. Hays, president regulations which become effec- I. Vehicles turning left at Intersections AuburndaleMan

in traffic accidents across tion of everything Mr and Mrs. $33,000 in a jail building fund of the Heart of Florida Girl tive Wednesday, Jan. 1 must use extremeleft

Winter MeetAbout country. Disastrous fires Miller owned, many of their $17,000 in a fire department| Scouts, has just received notice You are promoting safer driving lane available and turn Into
boost the over-all casual. personal friends have called fund, and the rest from sale I from the National Girl Scout if you know the followinglaws the extreme left lane available.!

)' toll. the hospital asking if they can (Continued On Page 8, Col. 4) Organization that Mist Caroline : Right turns must be made from Head Of

10 Klwanlans under The breakdown: contribute to a fund to help. Hitchcock, daughter of Mr and I 1. Hit and run driving Is nowa the extreme right lane of the I
leadership of President. Traffic 188 Mrt. Mary Jo Elswick bas Mrs. Harold B. Hitchcock, 512 felony. roadway I
James W. Cray Jr., will Fires 29 announced that she will ac Ave. H, NE, has been selected of accident 6. Vehicles turning left at intersections
tend the midwinter Miscellaneous 26 cept contributions and funds as one of the two Cadette Leaving the scene an must yield the right/ I Property GroupB.

of the Florida Kiwanis Total 243 From friend on behalf of the Tax CollectionAhead Girl Scouts In the Region to without rendering aid to of way to all oncoming traffic.
at Clearwater Saturday California led the nation with Millers. attend the first International injured persons and fulfilling The driver of a vehicle Intending .
of the law Is Reynolds, Auburndale
Included will traffic deaths had the requirements to turn to the left within
In the group Michigan The cause of the fire is as Opportunity for Cadette Girl fine of an citrus executive, has been
the new vice presidents Wisconsin and New York 13, yet undetermined and the investigation Scouts now punishable by a up (Continued on Page fourteen I elected of
and to II president Polk Coun-
Of ((243 to $5,000 up one 1ear'sImprhollment.
Ridley and Glen Hicks Continued On Page $, Col I) Is continuing I Iv'f .. n .
Purpose of the conference Miss Hitchcock will be attending Up to now it has I -. Propel. _"H jj"M'. _T ague
the Canadian Heritage for 1964.
been a misdemeanor.
to ing transmit club goals information for the year Property tax collections are Camp, July 8-to -July 20. There 2. Written reports of accidents Ii Chamber Board Reynolds and five other officers
running ahead of last year by will be two Cadettes from eachof by drivers has been extended i were selected In an organizational
to inspire officers to
their duties with vigor. Only 21 Days To RegisterAt two per cent, the City Commission I the twelve Regions of the from one to five days. meeting of thele'iue's

The local club will hold made was told in a report United States Region VI is All drivers Involved In traffic new board of direc
today by
anal installation banquet Elton City Treasurer composed of North Carolina, accidents are required to makea Meets TonightThe tors.Arthur
LandahLA South Carolina, Florida, and written report and mill It to Davis of Frostproof
day night at the Haven
beginning with a reception Winter Haven City Hall total of 74 1 per cent of the Georgia. The other Cadette be Department of Public Safety I was named first vice president
amount carried
in the Board
630. budget Scout selected Is from Avondale Tallahassee. These reportsare of Governors of while Lat Maxcy, also from
At this week's meeting, as estimated revenue bas been Estates, Ga. confidential and are used the Winter Haven Chamber of rustproof and president of the
Everyone In Polk County must register again to be collected compared with 72.1per accident Commerce has scheduled seven organization since it was
on for prevention
ports of activity for the ) cent at this time In this project there will be only items
a year on their agenda for the formed In 19(10 until now was
the rolls for this elections. officers
voting year's Investigating
were heard from ago Landahl's report said. 12 camps of 26 girls each. Of purposes.
Registration is under at the city ball daily, Monday will Inform about them. regular monthly meeting tonight elected fourth vice president
chairman, and It was way The total tax these 10 will be English speak. you
levy for the
at 7:30
through from I to S driver of vehicle : p.m. Other officers are: W C. Pedersen -
that the club sponsored Friday; a.m. p.m.H ing camps, one in each of the 3 The a
beginning Nov.
year 1, 1963, Further discuss:on of accreditation Waverly, second vice
not do it ? The Winter Haven of which Is In InvolvedIn
annual talent show is slated by right away League $463,19241, which Canadian Provinces In addition any manner
,11'11 was 3.2 by the U. S. Chamberof president; Willard E. Roe Win
bodily -
Women Voters said accident resulting In
Friday, April 3. today. cent higher than the there will be two French- an
per levy Commerce will lead off the> ter Haven third vice president
After Jan. II, It will be to to Bartow to I Injury or death to any per. ;
necessary go
(Continued On Page 8, Col. ) of the year before speaking camps one located In alliroprrty agenda The latest developments I and C. V. 0. Hughes Nichols,
reeieter. total to
Of this amount, it was estimated Ontario and the other in Quebec. son, or damage extentof regarding the status of secretary.treasurer.
that $438.000 would be Each camp will have two to an apparent the Polk County Junior Collegewill Directors In addition to the
quickest I
must by
I collected, after discounts, adjustments Guides from each Province, $50 of communications notify be discussed by the Education officers Ire: Dr. J, B. Crum

and other factors four Guides from Catholiques local means If accident occurs Committee. and J. K. Stuart. Bartow, A. C.
were considered. This compares du Canada, and two Cadette police Other. The Promotions committeewill Wright Jr., Fort Meade, Ernest

with $421.000 In the year Girl Scouts from the United wise within to a the municipality.nearest sheriff's office give an up.to.date reporton U Glass, Vainer City; P. E.
:4M before, or 3.' higher States. station. the Mln Cheerleader contest I Williams, Davenport; Lee W.

: : The revenue collected In the Each camp will follow, in 4. Drivers or highway must patrol use right laneon and the Air Derby, Follow. I I Boswell, A. Marquis Pickard

s Continued on Page 8, CoL 1) (Continued On Page I, Col 7) multiple lane highways exept (Continued On Page 8, Col. 7) (Continued On Page 8, Col. 2)
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to pass or when approachng
I a left turn, or when otherwise

'Orange Dessert Contest directed by sign, signal or Johnson Considers Tax Cut
direction of a police officer or ,I ,
agman. You cannot cross_cenSt. I I

M I With Finals Here, To Open- I t. John's Plans Civil Rights- As '64 'Musts'

The Fifth AH Florida OrangeDessert I tlon, St. Petersburg; Tampa .'OIl SON CITY, Tex. (UPI!) Soviet I Premier Nlkita S.
Contest the state's Electric Company, Tampa; and President Johnson headed into Khrushchev

largest culinary event! will I Gulf Power Company, Pensa- Building Rites 1964 today deeply concerned It Is possible to report these
be launched Jan. 13 with more about chronic unemploymentand
and other
cola.Prizes viewpoints of Johnsonat
than $10.000 in useful pflle.
being Include a deluxe electric convinced that the $11 billion the
start of the
e l offered contestaajta pre range for 12 semi-finalists I St. John's Methodist Church tax reduction bill before year on the
I authority of a key White
paring the best dessef using with the balance of electric ap will hold a cornerstone laying Congress war a "must" for the official House
oranges or orange products, it pliances making up an all.electric service Sunday at 11 a m. at economic vitality of the nation. intimately familiar with
\,was announced here f day by : kitchen going to the first' lt. new building being completed his feelings and thinking about
the Florida Citrus Corwnission. I grand prize winner. That person on Cypress Gardens Road' The Chief Executive applies I official I matters. This account
The finals will be hekff in Winter j I will receive a refrigerator. at Lake Roy, it was announced the same "must" label to the I does not represent an Interviewwith

Haven. ] freezer, table top water beater, today by John B. Crisp. pending civil rights bill. He alto the Chief Executive, but It

The Contest, spoMbred annually I disposal dithwssher, automatic Placed inside the box behind wants the medicare program does reflect his attitude as reported
by the com Ifslon In clothes washer and automatic the stone will be local newspapers for the aged enacted by the by an authoritative
cooperation with fou major in dryer in addition to the range, carrying articles about Congress which resumes its deliberations member of the White House

yeator-owned utilitiel and a' all classed as the finest made the church's organization in Jan 7, staff.

Urge appliance manufacturer, I II. by a nat:on-wide appliance i 1962. its groundbreaking in In the International field, the The unemployment problem
I la open to any Florida resident, manufacturer.A I 1963 and the cornerstone layIng President plans an "unrelentingpeace has figured frequently in Jo"in-:

17 years of age or older, ac.j| deluxe color television set I In 1964 offensive" In the new son's planning for the new year
cording to Walter J, Page contest with" 21.Inch screen will go to There will also be lists of the year to Improve relations with and legislation which he will

I II director. Last tear's eon I the second grand prize winner, charter members, building Soviet Russia. According to associates recommend to Congress
I test, which would line been and aa electric washer and dry committee and official board. Johnsofllays the United Walter Heller, chairman of

MAMMOTH REGISTRATION STARTS All Polk County voter -over the fifth annual event, was cancelled er to the third grand prize The order of worship for the Ststes cannot "drag its feet the President's Council of Economic
76,000-1 following the devastating winner. Fourth grand prizewinner I service will be included as will a year until after the election" Advisers, saw the
ust register again; to veto this year, at the result of the county commissioners'; President -
freeze in December 1962. I will receive a portable a history of the church and a
before pressing the offensive / earlier this
.. Winter Haven residents peace week. While
cinct pI. city will" enroll at city hall and the lines Cooperators are the Florida I diahwashrr These are in aelI brief statement by the pastor
I Heller's
Ing today. M,.. Opal Smith right ef the supervisor ef registration's temporary staff u I Power Light Company Miami ditioa to the raagea and anota-- The first unit of the new exploring held the in peaceable upward trend emphasis was on the -
promises out of
a the
.welling C. N. McENiy at Andrew p, Trashes and Peter A. Trtikas wait" in use Honda Power Corpora. Continued; va Page 8, CoL 1), (Continued On Page I, CoL I) exchange of messages yearcod with j jt I (Continued On Page I American, CoL 2)

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Lake Alfred PlanningBig Medicare Bill I Pooe Paul's PilarimaaeBETHLEHEM Area Death I Albania. China Discuss Policy--- i

a OIl OIl u_ __ .._, _. ... -- .
I Jordan (UPI) Bethlehem's 16,800 citizens,
and Premier Mehmet
-Pope Paul will find when he about 35 per cent of whom are MRS. MARY F. TAYLOR VIENNA Austria (UPI) Hoxha
To Be Pushed comes here on his pilgrimage Arab Christians live aiiuig MM. Mary Frances (Phillips) Communist Chinese Premier Shehti.

Things For 1964 that neither the garishness of streets and alleys aa narrow as Taylor, M, of 639 Ave. B, SW Chou En.Isi Is engaged In high- Albania has eon.latent.111oo4
died it the level with leadersof In Its Ideological dispute .
commercialism nor the bitterness those of Christ's day. There Winter Haven Hoipitil policy by China
GOP Group of war has crated the se seems to be no pattern to them yesterday morning after Albania China's only European with the Soviet Union,
Lake Alfred, though a small I truck and I new police cruiser -the great city planners of the a short illneig. ally in the Sino-Soviet dis while the remaining Communist

city, is planning big things for were purchased. bem. ancient world never got aa far A native of Camilla Ga, the putt within the Communist nations of Eastern Europe hive

1964. And if 1963 was an indication A beautification program was WASHINGTON (UPI) Six The road to Bethlehem from as little Bethlehem. moved to Winter Haven from camp diplomatic sources said supported Soviet Premier NikitaS.
of effort, City Manager Monticello In 1925. She was a today. Khrushcher.
started with the help of the Republican senators are push Jerusalem leads the Garden Streets off st odd angles
past run member of
Winter Haven of Albanians
Donald Hartsfield Mayor James Chamber of the Chou the third day of Thousands
Commerce city began
ing of
a public-private plan of Gethsemine through the and the flat-roofed houses except First Church.
Telford and other city officials and other civic clubs part being Baptist his visit to Albania today. Reports cheered Chou's motorcade
health benefits believe will
they stony hills of Judea and after for those that are open- She It survived three
will get various projects started by Wednesday as he drove through
the recent beautiful holiday from Radio Tirana in the
provide a bails for ending the a long, slow ascent reaches the front shops, turn almost blank daughter, Mrs. M. R. (Onnie) wreath
quickly. of the city to lay a on the
season lighting city streets Albanian capital have concentrated
congressional impasse over little town of Christ's birth. Ila facades to the
Brooks and Mrs. G. E. Wilma
( )
A fiscal budget of $195,896,21, and purchase of replantable medical care for the aged.In not the same road that Mary both of Winter on the ceremonial and monument to Albania's war
; Walton Haven
baaed on 10 mills, was adoptedby small Christmas trees, beautifully Christian goodwill aspects of the tour dead according to Radio TI.
statement Wednesday and
a Joseph took on their way and Mrs. Earl (Ethel) Pearsonof
the commissioners In October decorated. Chamber president The monument commemorates -
the GOP senators said they to the City of David to register manger of the Christ child. The Bartow; a son John H. Taylor without mentioning any working rana. died
Leroy Hostler and chamber the men who In AI.blnla'
would Introduce legislation in In the census decreed by Caesar Church of the Nativity stands of Winter Haven; three sessions
A new fire truck new trash members are striving to the new session of Congress to Augustus. The original! road Is guard on the right of the Squareof grandchildren; I e v e n great But sources tn Vienna said "war of Independence"the
make Hwy. 17-92 through the action In which Italian
mike full use of private resources now inside Israel across the the Manger. The gracefulbell grandchildren: and one great- they believe the Chinese premier -
city an outstanding thorough. and Initiative as well line that divides the Holy Land tower of the Church of St. great-grandson. it using the visit for important and German armlet were .ousted
Transit Strike fare. The this Chamber was reactivated as Social Security financing.The between Arab and Jew. Catherine looms over the Funeral services will be held conferences with Albanian la 1M4, ending a five year

year. I measure Is based on recommendations The present road runs squire. An ancient olive tree tomorrow afternoon at 2 from Communist leader Enver occupation.

A board of adjustment to. of the National through hills pitted with innumerable gnarled as only an old olive the Ott-Laughlin Chapel with

rule on disputed toning questions Commission on Health Care for caves used by Christian tree can be, stands in mute testimony I the Rev. Albert L. Carnett pastor
Threat Ends In was appointed to take the Aged formed in 1962 at the hermits from the Roman times to the permanence ofBethlehem' of the First Baptist
load off the commission
some suggestion of Sen. Jacob Javlts through the Middle Ages. Rock way of life. Church officiating. Burial will
era and give more and better
R-N.V. tombs abound. But neon lights Inside the Church of the Nativity follow In Oiklawn Cemetery.
New York i zoning to Lake Alfred .with C. Sponsoring the legislation! wit now wink at the traveler by Is the Grotto Sanrto Pallbearers will be Jack Cut- FOR Ss
CityNEW T. Buchanan chairman.
Javits are Sens. Clifford P. night: where once there were which has been accepted by pepper Mark McCarty, Bob
Hartsfield was named city Case R-N.J., John Sherman only the stars and moon. Christians since earliest times Hale Louis Ball David Riser

manager In March replacing I Cooper R.Ky., Kenneth B. As Jerusalem drops from ss the birthplace of Christ. Orl- and Norman Lester.
and YORK buses (rolled UPI) usual Subways George Walcott who resigned. Keating RNY., Thomas H. sight Bethlehem appears an enthralling gen wrote in 248 A.D. that "in Friends may call at the Ott-

as A faulty water system caused Kuchel R.Calif, and Margaret Image. The knowing Bethlehem you are shown the Laughlin Chapel tonight from
In the nation's largest city to-
tome trouble In Lake Alfred and 5&0 9.
Chase Smith R-Malne. He and
day. A dramatic settlement of pilgrim even though he will eave where was born
the superintendent of the water The administration medicare shortly recoil at the unashamed within the cave the manger .
the transit contract dispute assured
riders department wit fired. Today proposal for financing health commercial exploitation of the where be was wrapped in awad- Fire Victims
the 4 million dally
service for the the system It working satisfactorily care for the aged through an biblical story-the light of "Je dling clothes." St. Jerome madehis t
uninterrupted <: lad the water Is considered Increase In Social Security sus Christ tearooms" now home here by 358 A.D., andIt Leave Hospital
next two
The yesrs. Workers Union "good, officials tsy. taxes Is bottled up in the House must stop for a moment. was In a cell carved out ot R
Transport Alvin Decker and Sam DeVito Ways & Mesns Committee.It The eye Is caught and held the rock nearby that be translated JACKSONVILLE (UPI) A
(TWU) accepted and Wednesday benefit t. were elected to seats on the has encountered sharp opposition by the beauty of the hilly count the "Vulgate" version of Miami couple the last of the 77
M-cent fringe
money commission at the October election. from some Republican try to the right and the left. the Bible persons Injured in the Roosevelt
package spread over two
strike which and the American Medical Association Olive trees shine diver In the Like much of the Holy Land, Hotel fire was released from a
yean averting a The city voted to discontinuefire who It would be hospital Wednesday.Mr .
would have paralyzed this city say crisp winter air Away to theeast part of Bethlehem's history is
of a million. The Transit Authority protection outside the city a step toward socialized medJ the land drops to the written in blood and aavagery. and Mrs. Harry Pickeringhad
limits aa being too costly. cine.The Dead Sea and to the mountainsof It was garrisoned by the Philistines suffered from smoke inhalation
which operates the A new Kwlk fiery market Is Javit measure would Moab beyond.Officials. at the time of Saul and as had most of the victims -
mass transportation system being erected on Hwy. 17.82Ind provide hospitalization skilled was the early home of David. of the Sunday morningfire ENERGYPedro

here made the $33,808,000 offer Orange St. and the Bank of nursing and borne care for IU The first historical mention of which killed.. 22..
after the union withdrew Its
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Lake Alfred has announced citizen. over 65 covered by Social Plan Bethlehem is 11the Amsrna
demand for a four-day 32-hour plans for the erection of a new Security. Care for those not texts of the 14th century B.C., 11)--

work week. Colonial type bank building lathe under Social Security would be For Pope Paul'sVisif which report of battles at the
The settlement which
came near future at the cornerof Financed from general treasury
more than four hours after theTWU's Hwy. 17-92 and Pierce St. funds. To Israel site.At the time of Jesus however antham's
crllin.l. '.m. strike The 1964 will drive forIndustrial
see a
Medical surgical and other it was a small and relatively
deadline, staved off the first raw t h. Improved VATICAN CITY
I health care need., supplements UPI!) An modest place. Its fame
complete close-down of the sub parka it rest improvementsand to Social Security benefits advance party of Vatican officials with the doctrines of Christ.

way-bus system In history a better lystem. would be provided under a or!. prelates and newsmen The Roman Emperor Hadrian -
ute Insurance headed for Amman Jordan today Food StoreFamous
pooling arrangement deicraUd it about 132 A.D. In
DAILY CROSSWORD financed at minimumcost to prepare for Pope Paul's 531 A.D., Justinian enclosed the
to the individual. historic pilgrimage to the Holy .
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tXTuhton10.BnfUati 3. .'. HI r f pool their risks in providing Israel to pray "most humbly spared the Church of the MaUvity 400 Other ttorai t.

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work Church which split with Larry D. Tucker John W. lie naturally fattier sad mar* tmdar with ....,*'. shake ,relucts .lIdltl_ sad. H"'-V.
Bounding UoualyStBalgtoa wetl'l1tJI a series of Intentional
car Yarbrough Al Lincoln Master Inn .,. 0. ell Padres where melee fusesP.rseaso.l
.Tolluriumlsyn. lA.Gordonsr'a 44.Narrow crashes and ended with one Rome more than 900 years ago. revs seeded year frcry shapalug It yea
John R. Ie.
B.lley.Aubumdale "
order marble lnltigol: angry driver shooting the other They are scheduled to meet
14.Look In the Sunday at the residence of tho
leg.Police CHOICE
quickly' a >. John T. Kilpatrick, Mrs. '
U.Variety : I" r-y: said James C. Bean, apostolic delegate on the Mount Lewis C. Kelley. rr "

willow 9 /10 t I' 21, of Rivervlew, Fla., surrendered of Olives and Monday at the Orthodox Polk
,..Dwelled on aggravated assault patriarchate. City
- 0 Lamb
Arthur L. Whitlock.
Jt.CM.1'e4 I'i''' I Charges several hours after the There has been no such meeting Eagle Lake = 't e -
With and since Patriarch Joseph of
and Carter
Bryan of
SL Railway: l'4 lisII.. / 11 Mrs. Bena R. Coburn. f. .
Fla Constantinople came Italy In
abbr. /.1.: was hospitalized Lake Wales- f
In 1431 to see Pope Eugene IV in
'18 I i9 10 ZI LZin good condition. Mrs. Bernie Mann.
= Beall and Bryan were driving an unsuccessful attempt to end b' ;
.. Bradley leach N. J. 69'
f%:: U ,,, In downtown St. Petersburg the split.The Mrs. Ruth Lapides.
abbr.ptuI I when one of them-police aren't papal trip posed innumerable -
"II Alfred
1 V.a sure which: -changed lanes and problems of physical
g6 not.Guido', ,l'I V.IT. ,0. r bumped the other car. arrangements, protocol security Mailer Danny Elliott. SIRLOIN CHOPS . !lb. 8eChtc .

Italian 0 The accidental collision led to diplomacy IUd press cover- WEDNESDAY'SDISMISSALS
river n U 54 S6 I series of Intentional fender age. Every department in the Lta Freak Gr.... Fine Cat W.st.rs

M.Fencn'a bendings that police laid finally Vatican faced unprecedented Winter Haven 3 $139 Pork 49

ry JW J( 0 511 topped when the two men asks associated with the trip. Mister William Berryhill BEEF .... ........... Ibs. Chops ........... lb.

at.Guide* ,. lulled to the curb to argue (Reports from the Israeli Mrs Elsie Billings Muter
'Msneclse. o4Q I 1. 44- Small Wwtam Par
about their crumpled fenders. sector of Jerusalem said the Craig Blackburn Melodee

41 4S.DbU.Becaua. 4& 4. Beall reached into his glove most Intense security measures Blackburn, E. H. Briggs Stafford USDA CHOICE FULL CUT Spare Ribs 490Round

4T. Nevan compartment, took out a pistol In Israel's history are underway Colvin John H. Cox ............ b.

4 1 loaded It and shot Bryan in the for the Pope's two-hour Mrs. Mamie Marshall Mrs
4I.r.-: leg police ssld He surrendered Sunday visit to Nazareth the Ina Needham Mrs. Joseph P.Petrlcek. USDA CHOICE
J-.I himself a few hours later. ancient settlement where Jesus Mrs. Billy Polk e ....I... Reap .r Sir!*!* Tip

-- grew up and preached) Master William Raley Mn. 8 9 Beef Roast N"t: :: lb. 99*
(In Amman King Hussein announced Charles W. Robertson Mri. Steak e .. .

plans to visit the Jordanian Thomas J. Shealy KRAFT'S

sector of Jerusalem personally Davenport
to Insure that "all James C. Miss Barbara PARKAY 2 49
preparations Alford ib,.
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sale for the Pope's visit are Woodard.
atisfactory." He called on the Auburndale I::::::Ie:1=: :::;::;::: ::: ;::':I:;:J WH W n JJJ 11:'If: J:::11 J;:11JJ .1:))"::))"11)1 Tn')'

people of Jordan to "fulfill your Baby Kenneth B. Guy, Baby
toward and dear Pamela FINEST QUALITY GROCERIES *
duty our great Hood Mrs. WalterL.

Denies and dozens of ..I.d.d .Mi-but not every sits 'In every sty!.: guest, Pope Paul and give a Key, C. J. Vsrnler Mrs. uu.uuuuu_ __ ..h.uu.HuH.. . ..
clear picture of your unity and Robert E. Williams and Infant nn ...- :;:!!!!]]::: 1:;; ;1:::,J
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SUNDAY and SATURDAY Chun King Beef Chop Suty or Chicken =

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RAIN AND SNOW-Rain Is forecast for the Pacific Northwest with mew In the percale
A year-old Lake Wales attorney Appalachians, tome sections of the Great Lakes Region and at far south at Tennessee.
has announced that be Gale warning are potted In parts of the Northeast coait. The midwest will be fair endw.rm.r
would be candidate for GroupS
with In the 40'..
temperatures .
of the Polk County legislative
delegation In 1964. LOCAL OUTLOOK
Kingswood Sprott Jr. laid that Florida Zones TemperaturesBy
he would run on a pledge of \ Frost tonight. Fair through
"dynamic conservatism" In an panhandle tomorrow. Continued rather
Bouncing that be would be I a Generally fair today, tonight cold today and tonight with United! Press International
candidate for the Beat held and Friday with slow rising some scattered frost tonight.:
by Frostproof Representative High today BO'l, low tonight 38 Low High
temperatures. High today 48 to little tomorrow ...,...26 53 I
Ben Hill Griffin Jr. who appeared to 45. A warmer Albuquerque
likely to seek the senate 56, low tonight 30 to 38. Variable night. Winds variable west Atlanta .. ...h..... 20 32
teat of Scott Kelly of Lakeland. mostly south winds I to 16 through north S to 15 miles per Birmingham .."...14 38
Sprott a legislative assistant miles per hour. hour today, diminishing to- Boston ....."."...31 U
to the Polk delegation In the North night. Chicago ..........,.28 30
1961 session. Is now a partnerIn Cleveland ""..... 22 26
the Lake Walet law firm of Frost tonight. Fair through Denver ""........ 38 I 61 ;
Bradley, Johnson, Nelson and Friday. Continued rather cold Robbers Grab Detroit .. .... ."... 22 !28 .Sca
Sprott.A ....... ,
today and tonight with scat Jacksonville 34 51 '.
graduate of the undergraduate tered frost tonight. High todaySO's $5,000 In Loot Kansas City.....". 38 46 .
and law schools of Wash Los Angeles ...."... 56 80 9e tIJaeRI
ington and Lee University at low tonight 28 to 35. A lit- MIAMI UPI) Robbers surprised Miami .. .. .."..... 50 68
Lexington! Virginia he was admitted tle warmer Friday and Friday an elderly couple end a Miami Beach ..,.... 52 69
to the Florida Bar In night. Westerly wind 10 to 20 teen-aged granddaughter as they Twin Cities ......... 26 41
1959 and was associated for a miles per hour today, diminishing returned home from a restaurant New Orleans ........ 32 4&
year with the Bartow law firm tonight here Wednesday night tied New York .......... 36 38
of U. S. Senator Spessard Hol- them up and stole a $4,500 ring Philadelphia ....".34 U
land. Central and about $450 In cash. Phoenix ............38 6' + .. M.
Currently Sprott,Sr the, who ton of ii Frost tonight. Fair through Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Cotton Raleigh .."..."...28 42
now Kingswood serving Sprott hil second term on Friday. Continued rather cold said two masked men were St. Louis ". ......... 32 38
the Florida Citrus Commission today and tonight with some waiting Inside their home when San Francisco .."". 54 Whether
U Assistant Public Defender for scattered frost tonight. High today they returned from dining out. Seattle ..........".38 5J you like your sheets flat or fitted, here's your 72 x 108 or twin fitted
the Tenth Judicial Circuit 60'S, low tonight 38 to .,. One of the bandits held a pistolon Tampa ... ......... 47 59 chance to save a pretty penny on famous Sprlngcales!
He la also on the Board of A little warmer Friday and Fri. the three while his partner Washington: "......30 37 They're the finest combed percale, specially treated to
Governors of the Junior Bar day night .Winds variable west tied them up.
Section; of The Florida Bar serving through north S to 15 miles per The Cotton' granddaughter, stay whiter-than,white for life. And everything about 1 9 5
the tame three county area hour today, diminishing tonight Rhonda Schultz, also was tied Bike Owners them Is as beautiful as the fabrIc-deep hems, flawless
which includes Polk, Highlands, up and gagged. The 13.year-old e
and Hardee Counties. South girl is vacationing here from Must Obtain workmanship. Plus, on the fitted styles, exclusive

Sprott lire with his wife, Partly cloudy through Fri Birmingham. License Sprlngfit corners-bias cut to slip on easily, hold the 81x108 or double fitt.d.2.15
and his
Phyllis (Stale), two day. Continued cool today and TagsPolice
children Kingswood HI, I, and tonight: with the,high today 65 sheet taut. Great buys. .fill your linen closet! nowl Pillowcale, 42.3 a/, . .95c 'pr.
Joeeph BrIggs, 2. at their. borne. to 70 and the low tonight 41 to DundeeHoliday Chief Allen Lewis of
at 928 M. 9th Street Lake Alfred reminds
!S. A bit warmer Friday and today
He is I member of the Vestry Winds variable visitors at the homeof parents to obtain from hit oCI-
Friday night.
od a teacher In the young northwest through northeast 5 Mrs. Lillie Barker were her ice a 50.cent license for all bi. Springmaid C/tf Dos( and
peoples department of the to 15 miles per hour Mrs. Louise Green of Atlanta.daughters cycles given their children for
Episcopal Church. In addition, Mrs. Margaret Dit- Christmas.
he .laon the Board of Directorsof Keys mars of Moultrle Ga. and Lewis also repeated his warning -
the local Chamber of Com- Mostly cloudy through Fri. Also here from Georgia were that minors carrying any and] dyed lo match] solid colors
I mere. and KiwanIs Club, as day. Continued cool with high Mrs. Barker's son and daugh type gun, BB or otherwise, I
wen aa being a member of today 65 to 70 and the low tonight ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul must be accompanied by an
numerous other city and county 55 to 60. A bit warmer Barker. All were Christmas din. adult, both Inside and outside //i
organizations. Friday and Friday night. ner guests at the home of Mr. the city limits. He says parents l'\-cltl"1"ew decorator colors
Northerly winds 8 to 15 miles and Mrs. Leo Barker in Lakeland will be held responsiblefor
per hour. :i infraction of this law
Air Force Plane Spring-On Twin Fitted or 12"x108w

Missing At Sea ------
Air Force early today launcheda .
massive air-sea rescue search SHOES SprtngmaU Echelons Dots feature soft and bold hues t"with
for a C124 cargo plane with '' and deep full '" solid color hem.
eight persons aboard on a flight Echoton Don or Echotone Stripes and dyad to match lOUd color sheets
from Wake Island to Hickam More SHOES art all In luxurious Springmild combed percale.
Air Force Base here. Come in today for these wonderful savings! I
An Air Force spokesman here

said that the missing aircraftwas CHOTONE DOTS Echotone Dots, Stripe
of the 1501st Air
part Hibiscus, Delft' Blue, Avocado, and!Matching Solid!
Transport Squadronat Detest Sand, Persimmon, Black
Ogden, Utah. He laid that a %
crew of seven and one pnsen- Now Reduced5Q Spring On Twin Fitted or
get were aboard the C124. 72 x 108 . 2.75
Search for the four.engine aircraft Hl-Tonti-.
Spring On Doubl. Fitted or
was centered in the area Hibiscus, Persimmon, Avocado
of French Frigate Shoals, on Iitltlt l Delft Blue. Desert Sand, Black SI x 108 . 3.75

the far western part of the Hawaiian ftuttlt" Matching Pillow Cast
chain. Pink,Blue Yellow,Green,LOa esebMti
42 x M ..,, 1.75 pairWHITERTHANWHITE .f cow 0
The plane WM first reported
missing shortly before midnight *
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Hawaiian time. It failed to report -
in on a radio check 600
miles out of Honolulu and disap- CONNIE
peared from radar screens a $390By
few minutes later, according to FANTASY
the spokesman. VOGUE eQ SPRINGKNIGHT

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Haven Daily News-Chief WISDOM FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES Side I Television In I ReviewBy

W. I. IYNEKSON, Ultor' .ubllther Lighter

JOHN W. RYNERSON. Aalslaafh.' rvbllihe. RICK DU BROW ly teemed to be followed by

Pualltrioe! .! Jelly It.eeBT S.turJ.y) ky the Winter H..... United Press International those consistently insipid hair

PubliiKlno. C., Inc, 124 Ire1 Str.tt N.W, Winter Haven Florida l r Of Congress HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Thereis rinse commercials, which, by

CHARLES GOSHORN Cenerol M.n.,., one optimistic note In startIng the time the show was over

% By DICK WEST off 1964 with Guy Lombardoat bad us in a state to reach IviIy
JACK IEAHAN Aiteelote Edits
United Press International a party In Grand Central for double shots.

PETER J. SULLIVAN Aovertltlne Mai'..., 1SlL WASHINGTON (UPI) Congress Station, as CBS.TV did early Viewers will be happy to

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVI has been the target of Wednesday: You know the new know that there was occasional

Sriertnen I Attocletoi, Int. Chi..,., Ill many barbed remarks recentlybut year has to get better. very occasional Imagini.

Entire.! as Second CI... MaJ Matter 51".. 4. l In4 e. the Nit OfiIn .. MF what I regard at the unkindest Before anyone accuses us of tion In the hour such at Mm
i Winter Haven. Florid. ander ae. .( Merck 2, I Ill ? Grand
cut of all came from being hud-hearted, let It be Collins using a Central

... .. o 1S one of 1U own members. said that there was a fine tide- staircase as a prop for a song.

) MEMBER AUDIT IUREAUOF Ai bit contribution to the New aspect of this hour special, for They will also be happy to

I : CIRCULATIONS 'b- Year'i g a I II t t'l, Bep. Frank which the main concourse of the know that passenger train ser.

? Thompson Jr., D.N. J., IUII.Iti i New York Railroad Station was vice was continued throughout,
fi ed that the National Geographic feels instant .
MEMBER though one
.. i2; e turned Into a ballroom: The sympathy
I UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL I Society might an expedition for the unknowing Incoming .
NATIONAL.H EDITORIAL Th. United Pros li entitled t. lh. lie I to Capitol Hill "to look party was a charity affair bene- traveler who may have arrived .

ASSOCIATION far republleetlon .f all Ueil, ..... rl.t. for signs of li/e." fitting the National Associationfor in the terminal half.looped
... I In this .. well II (
"il newtpaper ai ( Now that it ridiculous. Of Mental Health. on New Year Eve seen Guy
l Newt Ditpotchet.
course there li life on Capitol Basically, the hour consistedof Lombardo at work, and noticed .

ADVERTISING DEADLINE Hill. As surely as there Is life Lombardo and his band playIng people dancing around the information .
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT q J on Mars, Venus, Uranus and dance music; of Dorothy booth.

ly the W.,". I P.M. ',..;... D.,. ly the Inch I P M. ',..I.u. D.y. the Lent Island Railroad. We Collins and some sister act singing And now a few words about

local Nolieeii I '.M. Previevt Dey. Sunday Edition Deadlinoi. Fridey don't need the National Geographic ; of quiz master Allen Lud- Guy Lombardo and "tradition."
DISPLAY DEPARTMENTi to tell ui that. den also whack at
taking a the
Sundey Edition-i P.M. Thu..d." Monday E"itl.J P M. Frldeyi around In the Somehow through years, the
I Tuaidey Editi.-No.n Saturday Wedneidey Thulld., end Friday Anyone poking warbling (and whack it he did); gentleman has become identifiedwith
ruins of the recent congressional and of a crowd that was as Year's Eve
Advance. and
I Editlent--I P M. Two Days In New the
session tin see that life attractive as any group that playing of "Auld Lang Syne" at

I Mimbir Southern N...."."., 'ubli,..... .......r..,.. eiiitt there In some form. wears funny hats. hit old stand in New Yorkt
Member Florida Preii Aitoclatleri The only question is: What In addition, reporter Robert Roosevelt Hotel. Mr. LombardoIs
I kind of life Is it: Each person view
Trout was on on a large probably a very nice fellow
SUBSCRIPTION RATES has hit theory about that ,
own screen above the ststion's tick.
but one suspects that the "tra
ly Carrlor ., Mail Whatexer Its form, it Is generally et booths he described the
Year, IlltOl, I ", .nth,. If 10, I rnonthi, f4 III I month, 1.11 agreed that the We as dition" association with him is,
weekly, If ....... Sing!. C.pl.ss Dally, I ...h.) Sunday, 10 eente. o on Capitol Hill Is slowing process New Yeir's crowd in nearby like many traditions, more from
Times Square These sequences habit than from reason As for
TELEPHONE Cyprus '.21t I down, as opposed to the universe were the best of the program. his dated music style, well, be
which 11 .ccel-
at large,
erating. But unfortunately they frequent- may be your idea of tradition,

Jff Some authorities believe this Charlie, but not mine
Byrd D-Va of the Senate Finance And this leads to
A Thought For Today Is a result of mysterious mutations a point about
in carbon molecules. Others Committee would endorse the network programming In

attribute It to inept leader the pending tax cut bill If it such traditional seasons as the
were labelled the "Byrd Act"Or recent one:
"Rejoict In the Lord and ship.
always: again say re that the of civil
path rights The networks take the easy i
It it my belief that the deceleration
joke. PhiL 4:1 legislation would be made
was brought about in way out. They collapse into a

"Joy in the Lord" must be the real practiced prin- part by a gradual atrophying of smoother by dubbing It the nice, ancient, comfortable, mid.
ciple, influencing all our habits and the whole regulation the old custom of naming legislation "Eastland-Smlth bill" Or that dle-aged, fat.belly approach to

( of our conduct. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett i 1-Washington WindowBy Wall Street It used for members to be that of a Congress.lawgiverwho the annual would foreign be larger aid appropriation if it fact tradition., is -That all right may for be a-good in

pushed a bill through Congress were called the "Passman Act." part of the audience. But there
stood I do maintain, however, christening is also a newer generation that
a pretty good
EditorialsWent I LYLE C. WILSON chance of his a new law for its chief has its own particular view of
News-Chief Henry Cabot Lodge, Cor. Chatter having name attached -
congressional patron Is a powerful many traditions yet none of
United Press International George Romney of Michiganand to it. The Volstead Act, I
the Mann Act the Incentive to get It passed. the networks has met the sensitive
Judging solely from the Republicans Gov. Nelson A. Rockefellerof Wagner Act,
he already hat blessed New York.If NEW YORK (UPI) Shear the Taft.Hardier Act are some For a congressman, having a challenge of scheduling entertainment -

Into Effect Yesterday with some degree of his Ike doesn't hit the Jackpot, son, Ha mm ill & Co. lays the examples that spring readily to best bill for a namesake is the next programs that con-
thing to a statue in the alder the attitudes of this growing
favor there Is member of he might get a vice presidential most mind
no likely course for stock
The new traffic laws for the state, went into effect the party old or young whom winner as a consolation prize.Almanac prices In general will be upward That doesn't happen much park. It's a sign of life. special audience. I

yesterday. These laws are printed in the Daily News- former President Dwight D. Eltenhower but In a range that will 1 any more, and as t result there

Chief today. Look them over carefully for your ignorance contestant for would this reject year's as pres a seem standards.The quite. narrow by historic is associated more prestige with 'blocking and publicity a bill ON YOUR TELEVISION DIALThursday ;

won't keep you out of trouble. There are 30 ol I Identlal nomination. firm than with promoting its enactment
feels that with such
them and it only takes a few minutes to read and un- These blessings extend now aa outlook, investors may have .
derstand them.' these laws for I from Sea. Barry Goldwster of By United Press International to lower their and I am not suggesting, of WDIO-TY WFIA.TY wm.TY WTYT TV
Actually are the protection sights settle course, that Chairman Harry F. Ch..OIIII c....... ChenOlllI Ch..OIIIIII
of you and your family. Arizona to Harold E. Stassen ono Today is Thursday, Jan. S, for smaller percentage gains C'S sac AIC CIS
specific state at all Stassen than they have in Orlesde Tempe" Orleede Tempe
the second day of 1964 with 364 seen past
All law enforcement agencies are given the re cut firm moorings in his native bull markets.L. .

sponsibility to see that each section of the entire law Minnesota and never has been to follow. RADIO. NIGHT January 2

able to secure himself In his The moon Is approaching its 0, Hooper of W. E Hutton
is enforced. We do wish to call to your attention some I
adopted .Pennsylvania.Your last quarter. It Co. feels it is dangerous to IOo-N.: News N...., W... .r N....
changes. The first that hit and driver be
a run can correspondent or the ,....
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draw News
The evening start are Venus, too many conclusions : Editorial, Spts h...
charged with a felony which could result in a heavy reader of these paragraphs baa and about the underlying trend of WIN JD-CIS: News NIC News AIC Nsws CIS News
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about as much chance asStsssen :45-CIS: New. NBC News Ench'td Mi.... CIS News
fine and or incarceration up to one year. We note that On this the market in the closing days I
to be nominated for day history:
the new laws include bicycles, motor scooters and mo- In of the year, since there are too 1360 ON DIAL 7:0o-Hu.tln: Sse Hunt Vkginte! Ioyc Mannish
president by the Republican 1776, Continental soldiers
many crosscurrents caused by 7Is- Fl.hing S.. Hunt Vlrqlnl. IoYI Maverick I
torcycles. Full headlights (not parking lights) are required party. Better, maybe. at Cambridge, Mass, raised the tu inspired transactions 7JII-.rd Advenfures Fligfdese. Maverick' I

while driving during twilight ram, smoke or Stassen left his political future first flag of George Washing I Monday thru Friday 7:45-Pnswerd. I. Paradise FllntsIene. M.I.1t

fog or at night. And television seta where the drivercan when behind he deserted him after Minnesota the war, ton's army.In Spear Staff Inc. says that MORN1NO: < Oll-R..hld.: Adventures Donne Reed Rawhide I
a broad move carrying virtually II-R.whld..
In Paradise
Donne Reed
them is out. Again read them carefully it'i which thrice elected 1788, Georgia ratified the Rawhide ,
see had him
all stocks with it is 1:30-Rawhide
highly un- 1.00 Sign On Kildare My Three Son, Rawhide
really for your benefit. governor and fled to Pennsyl American Constitution by unanimous likely. The firm says the most a 01 National New 1:45-R.wbide:: : g;: Klldsr.:: ; My Three Sens Rawhide: i

vania. This appeared to be Important factor for investors a OS Bunny BrownS
a search for a broader political vote. 'I 80 News HeidllneiS ':011-'.", Mason Dr. Kildare Vlcto lorge Penny Mues !
In 1905, Russian forces at to remember is that the mar .65 Florida News. 9:16-Perry Mllo_ Dr. Kildare Special Perry Milan
Seeing I Is Believing base In big Pennsylvania than Port Arthur In Manchuria'sur ket will by very mixed and e.00 Bunny BrownS .:111-1'.,,, Masers H..I Victo Sorge Psnny Mason I
Minnesota could offer. Nothing safety and capital gains during 85 Farm ReportS :4I-P"ry Mason Hotel Special P.rry M.on !

The News' Kent Biffle recently wrote of an imaginative came of it, however. Stassrr rendered to the Japanese, the 1964 will be attained mainly b T 65 00 National Doug Montgomery NewsY I
I IOOII-Th. Nu....
was unable to Identify himself last mayor military engagementIn unusually astute Individual stock T M New Headline Su..n. Ed:. Adams Dkk Powell :
and apparently effective program to curb with the Pennsylvania dairy selection. 7 40 Spotlight On Sport. 10lI-Th. Nuns Theatre Sh.w Thul.
juvenile traffic offenses in Athens, Texas. leadership. the Russo Japanese War. T 61 National and Florida NewiSOO 10III-Th. Nunes Suspense lit. Sfory eF Dick Powell :
In 1959, Moscow Radio Doug Montgomery l'O:4I-Th. Nurses Theatre Marine Sqt. Theatre
announced :
Highway Patrolman Rhyne Henderson, then stationed Eisenhower's endorsement of Oppenheimer, Newborg & Nell S 30 News Hysditnesa
St.urn as a potential Republican "a cosmic rocket" was continues to believe that the 00 Florida and Local News 1 I 11,0o-N. Nsws Neweline News. Sports 4
in Athens, invited two of the worst young traffic presidential nominee greatly launched toward the moon from market still has considerable I.05 Doty Farm Card a 11111-5", W'th.r T.nlht Sh.w E'lori.l, W'th.r W'fh.r Elena?

offenders in town to ride with him on one of his I adulterated the product. the U.S.S.R.A upside 515 Dour Almanac Montgomery I"III-Th." .f Tonlqht Show L.,. Skew C.in' Hundred

patrols. After seeing some of the tragic consequencesof Moreover, Ike already had scope.Btche .30: Community Bulletin Board 11,41-. Stern Tonight Sh.w Late Show C.ln' Hund...
a 65 National Ntwe
urged Gov William W. Scran- thought for the day-Eng. & Co. that since 10.00 Mr T Joe Trt".tt,"
reckless driving the boys began to take a new view says
ton to go all.out for the Republican dish physicist Charles Galton the market leaders have 1A.:30 News Headline AMERICA'S 115T IUTI
of the necessity! of obeying traffic laws. nomination. There Is Darwin said: "The highest possible withstood successfully 10..65 National 1'1... CAMERA t
the Dec. 26
11 :30 Now HridllnFi
Soon others asked to go on the officer's rounds and nothing spurious In Scranton'a stage In moral culture Is tax selling deadline for 1963, the 11.U Florida and Local News T1L5VISIONne6TER10. ,, Ml P5 OQIT'RAoos & TV

showed an interest in learning more about safety. The claim to party consideration when we recognize that we closing of the year should spell AFTERNOON Cem.Is 5 eLr rtCCO/tOCI Y."..."$ I..t. Winter Haven '
nor, apparently, in Ike's belief ought to control our thoughts." an end to the selling pressure EXPERT RAD olTvSERVrCE 'OJ Sixth S,...., N.W.
teen-agers set up a group called the Road Knights. II OS Regional and State Weather
that the governor would make
evident In many depressed is "Irlnll It In and .... e' Phone 293-4694
13 15 Citrus Car Loading
Safety meetings became a weekly event with talks by a good candidate.But sues. U L 30 Community Bulletin Board w. GI" sAM Oren atampggrWe plv. 'AM Oren 5tampsr

law-enforcement official The boys established a mock Elienhocr could not serl- Memories- 1'00 National News
1 05 Bruce Farknr
ously contend that there Is RED
any TAPE
court for juvenile offenders. Not only was there a 1 30 Newa Headlines
political sense In proposing that Friday 3
HINGWOULD, England (UPI) I 161 Florida 1'1. MORNING January
sharp drop in juvenile traffic offenses but, said Hen the governor of Pennsylvaniaseek 20 YEARS AGO -Ben Ford, who retired from 3 00 Bruce F.rker

derson "I like to think that there was a decrease in the party presidential the Miss New Pat Year Fuller was spending the army 15 yean ago after J 2JO 65: National Community HowlS Bulletin Board 7:00-0""ti.n Teday Show Good Oy

nomination and at the same holidays with serving for 40 years, said today 00 Bruce ParkerS 7:15- Alphabse Teday Show N.... Good Oy
all juvenile time to endorse a relatively friends in Atlanta, Ga. he has Just received a belated 3D Newa Headlines 7:30-Mo.l. Today Show Mickie loans Goed Day ;
showing the that laws set 10 YEARS AGO I 35 Teen TIm. 7,4I-Mo.l. Tod.y Show Mickie Even. Good I
By youngsters are up obscure soldier In the Pennsylvania Little Miss Mitzi Gail clasp to his long service and 1 65 Florida Mew. Oy '

primarily to protect citizens, not to punish them, Hen party ranks.It was declared the winner Long good conduct medal. 4 00 Teen Tim. 5:0o-Cuetaln: Today Show Mickie loans Captaln
of the B 00 lineal and Florida News ; :
derson did a valuable service for the community and for Is likely that Eisenhower'sendorsement annual News.Chief stork derby, I'm not surprised at having 8 05 Weather Summary IO-C.phln 5:15- Kanqaree Today Shew Mickie Evans Kangarae
of Stassen as a conducted to wait 15 years for the clasp," 5 15 Spot W'. -Up Today Show C.Meonville Captain
the youngsters themselves. The program representedone contestant was In mighty faint year the Ford said. "I haven't got ( Twilight Time :45- Kanqaree Today Show C"oon.iII. 180'51- ".
of the best facets of law enforcement crime language, more In courteous effort cooperation of Winter Haven ('25 News Headlines "
: discharge book '
merchants The baby was bornto : yet. (.90 Blgn Off ::00-Remp.r R.oIII T.d., Mevis E."er,. Morning Movte
vention. Though Henderson doubts this type of pro- to avoid offense than to Mr. and Mrs J C. Long II-Ro"p. teens T.d.y' 1.4..1. C."oon.lII. Morning Movie!
promote a serious effort by S YEARS AGO :30-Ro"p. R.oIII Tad.,'. Mo.l. Cirteenville Monln, Movis'
would lend itself to large city smaller communities
gram a Stassen. Sen Barry Goldwater The Winter Haven Chamber :4I-R.p. Reolll Tod.y' Mevie Cartesellle M.rnln Mevis
might do well to investigate this as a means seems to have a similarly of Commerce DIAL WSIR Program
received 50,000 1490 : News Tod.y' Movie Carteonvill Movie
of teaching their own young scofflaws the value of traffic vague approval. Eisenhower copies of a new two-color pictorial :10:11-CIS News ', Mcvi. Carteenville M.nin Merninq Mevis"!
regulations. -The Dallas (Tex.) Morning News said that he Is not anti.Goldwater. folder which was a partof a 00 Mutual News a 20 Value for LI"tq 10:30-1:: Leve 'Lucy Were:: Os, Wend Dscembse: 1 Lev. Lucy
He told reporters In Wash the city's new 4 4 10 06 Mutual Home A N.H,..gaway 5 80 Mutuel N.... 10:41-' Levi Lucy Word for W.d 1ld. 1 Leve Lucy
I Ington D.C. last October that .dvrrtl.In'j a 35 Good Morning
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and promotional Want A Job?
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he had a eo Home A McCoys Con.utr.tlo Price I. Riht Th. McCoys
an understanding with Highway a .5 Good Morning
From The News- I 00 Mutual Newe, ''IIII-Th. McCoYI Conetnlr.tlon Price I.
Right The McCeyo
-Quotes Coldwater that the senator MYSTERY IS SOLVED I 05 810' Along a a 00 6s Lake M..I R'rloll News T.U.r :30-1'.1. a Gladys Missl.q Links The Oblact I. Pete a Gladys
I 25
would clearly state his -position MANITOWOC, Via. (UPI- 80 Today Mutual In New Polk. County II 01 Wha". My Numbe"? 11,45-.t. S Gtedys Missing Links Th. Obisct I. Pete a Gladys
on the major Issues If he announced The sheep which vanished Sun t.15 Stn. Along 15 Jim Glffnll.ld show
Rr U. S. Pat Off.) NEW DELHI Indian Prime his Ennln f 30 Mutual Nsws AFTERNOON
( presidential candi day from the Nativity scene in 00 World N.... a 35 Dick Eyrch Show _
By United Press International Minister Jawaharltl Nehru, replying dacy. General Eisenhower also downtown Manitowoc has been I 15 Trading Poet to no Mutual Ne.a 12:0o-t.: ... .f Life Yes, Pint ,
Indicates his intention 110: wall snort to 06 Dick Eykh Show 5. ... Keys News, W.h.
WASHINGTON Rep H. R to a question about to acceptthe ocated. 311 JI' sal News Report 1010 Mutual Newt 1211I-Lo. of Lila Iwpr.oien 5..... Kays Firm, Stk. Mkt.
choice of the 1964 Republican Police found the sheep Monday 1 3.S HI NIIhbn, to'35 DIrk EY'iCh Show 12:3I1-S.ch: far Tmrw Tulh.,
that whether be to retire Sch for T"rw"
Gross R lows, complaining plans '.00 .. 11 00 Mutual New.
National Convention.But on the farm of its owner, 15 tliIIghtLevel.the BtJrr 1106 Pick Eyrkb Show 12:45-6uldin Light C.ns.qu.aces Knows Ease Guiding Lih.IOIlI.ch.I. .
President Johnson had usurped "I suppose .someday retire to Eisenhower that Is ...
a who explained that he visited 16 7nnl5ht' In >'lda 1t'30 Mutual N. .,
the money controlling perogs- but I've no plans for that now" big distinction between accept- the display and found the sheep J al 15 M.o Mutual, B.rond. 'i' the Stan 12.00 11':15: Mutual Pick Erkh N.w.Show 1115F.th./ N.Naws... T.nn.s.e Enl. F.,. L.Lo..f.. .f L1f.Life

fives of Congress, especially In log a Republican nominee and had given birth to a lamb. He I00 Mutual' News Anemaoe 1,30-W.I", Twos 1.,. .. N.wl World Tarns
actively supporting that nomilee. took both aniamsl back to the a OS Club le9ns 12 OS Farm a Grove News :45-Werld: Turns Greuchs
the matter of U. S. wheat sales SAN FRANCISCO Mrs 30 Mutual Nsw. 12 to Chat with Ih. Ihlllll Laffeims W.rld Turns

to Russia: Margaret Mountford, commentIng how.er's It Is active conceded support that will Elsen be farm subzero for cold.shelter against the : H+Club Mutual 1490--Nlebtb.aa Naw. U M Bay Fulton It Iw';:'''YwiO Jr. 2'0Il-d leI' Make Ann Soth.1II ,......,..

"There followed one of the I on her 100th birthday party necessary if the Republican e .5 iClub 1190 U 30 Mult/al z..;... 2IS-Paswerd: A D..I Ann Soth.,11 ,..,...,,,
worst orgies of and attended nominee is to be elected : rll Mutual N.w, g :: l.awr.nes w.1k 2:3o-H.u.: Party The Decter. boy I. C.u" House Psry
pressure which was by 200 persons In November o Today Top the New. 2:45-H.ul.: Party Th. Decten
politics ever Inflicted I It seems equally true WEDU-TV 10 dl' Mu.1 1'/... 3rld 1\0 Tad.,. In FI"rtda Day 'I. C.u" H..,. PiM _
power : tll 05 Florid. Neva a W.ather 1.00 Po.llnatloll/ Musts. Oll-T..
upon the House by a President that no candidate could be nom. 10.10 sign orr I'll WSIR Editorial Till Truth brettl Yang G.na.1 T. Tell Trut"
and his political cohorts" 1 got so excited I never even mated against Eitenhower's ( Educational) FRm" 1 II Obituarir. Irll-T. Tell Tuth Thsitre Hospital! Te Toll Truth
thought; to drink my whiskey." open opposition.It I Se Sign On Morning 1 30 MU'1e From The Claeelu 3:30-Edq.: .f Night V. Don't Sep Ou... ter Day Edge sf Niht
h 1':15: Moms A J:45-Edq.: .f
JOHNSON CITY Tex. Is difficult as of now to CHANNEL 3 TAMPA I a M da.uteal Newe 510 Mutual N.Hlthwr.. Night V. D.n' Say Ou.... ter Day Ed.f Niht
Johnson, announcinghe FORGIVE AND FORGET conjure the of Moraine.. a 311 lnm. A HiRhwsy Oll-S..t: Stern Mitch
President up name any IS Front Deik-Jean Putney e5 s Mutual N. a 311 Mutual N... I Gu. Trailmiste, S.er.t Ststst
will nominate Edwin M. Mar. I LONDON (UPI) Mandy publican whom Eisenhower { 8u La Savota a :J& Flol1d. N... Markets 5 311 Home A Highway 4:11-Scent Slern Match Game Tr&tmes.e Secret. Suns

tin, former assistant secretary Rice-Davies, a central figure In might actively oppose The field 4.5)00 Hmua H.,t.ta Fart....I.' ClIO No 4 'f coo oft Good Mutual Morning No.a 4 1 M 00 Items Mutual A N... .JD-Un.l.::41Ady.ntu.. W.lt'... Uncle Uncle' Iruce Treilmatsr Mary Ell.
of state for InterAmerlcan Affairs : the Profumo scandal, said today of Republicans now possessing 5 00 What Mew N.t No. 121 'f 7 M good J'1thl. Morning a aS Want /I. Job HIh..a yI Iruce Trailmestee 1.4." Ella_
U. S. ambassadorto she Invited former Prime his in less degree ISO Weetern Sketchbook Is rsin's 4 10. Hom. A 1:011-.1:
to be blessing more or Social Security la Action G Hiakway19n I.y Mck: y Riv.rbeet W.lly Gate.
Minister Harold Macmillan and Is to embrace e 00 Economy MutuNr. a 00 Mutual News 8:19-Atr. Icy !
Argentina : so large as 05 : Rieerbeet W.IIy Gate
"I am counting on him to former War Minister John Pro- practically the whole party In 00*> Four Ru..lan More Tomorrow 7 7 NI 311 Good Florida Yomln Ner.A. W.alhea 6a 10 Sine Mutual Along Nrwe It Sea'H'nf'ut Riv.rbsat: News. :".

strengthen the strong bonds of I fumo to her New Year's Eve addItion to Goldwater, Scranton !! SO Superintendent, Stwalu 'M Momlnl 11"11' R.vtew 1 ::15 IIlnl AienR. 1:41T. Sea... 5.. Hunt Riesrbeat E'teeial. Ftsre
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friendship and mutual ,"1. party, and Stassen Ike has blessed In i :10 or Soil A I.IfeOO alt "ftlR Editorial S nlSport.. Roundup These program ichedglei are provided by the "'1,111.11 itetlonS
lance which already united Argentina > .It'. time to let bygones be greater or lesser degree Rich. j Sum. ,e.t 8">rtI 50, Mornlnr N... Roundup I'll. Trading Poll .HeVa. eWa'e change 1 .' any *"".. Th. Deity' N..I.Chl.f! P u kl" .'
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I Fire Destroys Convalescent Home For AgedCOLUMBIA I I'' Some(VPI-The FrostLAKELAND morning ville mucklanda frost:and 35 upper to 33 39 to east 35.Pockets coast Scattered and diitricti Mild Britain WeatherLONDON Enjoys .I Here Florida FLORIDA are the storks I STOCK p.m aa reportedby closingson I I Air Tampa Florida Control Telephone Electric Products 25H 18H 2SH I

Mi... (UPI Firemen rescued 11 other Police dispatcher Louise Rob temperature bulletin from Central districts: 38 to 44 (UPI-A year ago Francis L duPont- --and--Co.-: Plant Industries a
Fire destroyed I convalescenthome perioni. I ertson said fire unlU from Columbia I the Lakeland Weather Bureau: Pocket and mucklandi 31 to today Britain was suffering
her e a r 1 y today, Police laid the Columbia convalescent I and Hattieiburg, Mlsi, Forecast for peninsular Florida 38. Scattered frost. worst winter storms In eentur
for tonight and Friday I Everglades district: 38 to 44 lei and cold and anew records
trapping a number of elderly home housed IT or ISpatienti. were atill at the scene two ,
morning: with Isolated 35 to 38 and patchy were being broken across the
and Invalid patients. I hours after the fire broke out. Fair and rather cold. Light frost In the backlandl.I nation.! Adams Building Materials
Two houri after the fire First report Indicated the i "The building a total loss," variable minds with periods of Lower east coast farming Temperatures today were In
broke out seven persons were fire started In a floor furnace Mri. Robertson laid. calm. Lowest temperatures for I areas: 43 to 50. the &0'. In most British towns,
mining and feared dead in the at the home.J Coroner Lloyd Roieberry re low ground locations: Forecast for Friday: Sunny outdoor cafes and tennis court 1807 7th street, S.W5
W. Smith a spokesman ported earlier that possibly IT i iI Suwannee and north portionof and warmer. were crowded and the weather.
cne-itory frame building located for a local funeral home laid persons were killed in the fit'e.I I the Gainesville district: 30 to Future temperature outlook: man said the mild weather was CY 3.1102
near the heart of this south 11 patent* were moved to another -I But Smith laid most of the 34. Scattered frost. I Warmer Friday night. No frost expected to continue for several
Miiiliilppl town. convalescent home. patients were removed. I I I South portion of the Gaines danger Saturday morning. more dayi.
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Of New Year Climaxes Holiday Social Whirl Mrs.Is HonoredThe D. E. Ogle s

home of Vr. and Vn

D. E. Ogle was the scene
f \ of a surprise gathering on

Sunday evening fallowing

church service, when t group
of friends arrived\ to greet

Mn. Ogle on her blrthda).

Holiday cookies cakes,
punch and coffee, furnishedby
the guests were served.

Present for the occasion

were the Rev aid Mrs, Jack

Thomas and children, Ruth,

John, and Julian Miss Kathy

Cotta, Mr. and Mn. Raymond

Dunford and daughter Peggy;

Mri. Alma Golden, Mrs Norman

Dunford Mrs. Flossie

t Tlce Mr. and Mri. Milton
Hathcock Mr. and Mrs V.

W. Stlnion; also D. E. Ogle
and grandson Dale and Mrs.
Ogle'i sister Mri. Alice Atwater .
of St. Petersburg! Mrs.
Ogle la recovering from a
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DR. AND MRS. RICHARD O'LEARY were among DR. ARNOLD SPANJERS emuied Ms wife ai he Auld Lang Syn. were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Killebrew of Anburndale .
U those who danced In the New Year at the Lake Region donned his festive party fax at the New Yur's Eve party. pictured at right. I- I
Yacht Club celebration. Welcoming the New Year with the blowing of horns andteJt.Y

DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. Thursday January 2. 1964 Page Six

HCWf-CMlCC; International Traditions Used In
/ WeddingAn Around The Town CLEANSWEEP

International flavor war while beaded silk completed In Holland.
in evidence at the wedding; of the bridal dress. The bride The reception was held In Reed Is
the home of the bride's moth. Family ReturningTo
of white
Mist Ann Elizabeth Dickinson, carried a bouquet
leaves er. The bride's table was
daughter of' Mrs Kathleen carnations gilded
Caffee Dickinson of Winter A gold] and white theme was overlaid with an heirloom
cloth and white lace! that had Snow In Ohio After Visit
Haven and Capt. R. Dickinson used throughout the belonged to the bride's great
of Tampa, and Johannes decorations of the wedding
Hendrick Valk, son of Mr. and Mn. R. Chris Brown of grandmother, M r a. Louisa
Bttd by Mri J. H. Valk of Goes, West Palm Beach attended her Holds, of Bermuda The Ber Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Reed with daughters,

BlUlt CLUI Netherlands.The sister as matron of honor. She also muda] represented Bridal tradition by the gilded was Barbara and Nancy, of Zanesville, Ohio spent the INVENTORY SALE
double-ring ceremonywas wore a street length dress of loquat leaves surrounding the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn Reed at their
solemnized at 11 I.m. at gold and white brocade with
Arrivals Towers Memorial Chapel of a matching bow hat. She carried bride's cake. Silver candelabra home here. On their return home Barbara will resume Hundreds of Items Have Had
the First Presbyterian Churchon white carnations. holding white tapers her studies at Ohio University at Athens, Ohio
flanked either side of the
December 28. Nuptial mu Mrs Jan Valk Will alao an Their Price Tags Reduced Below
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, cske. A mobile of graceful where she is a sophomore in the College of Education.Her .
She of
sic was presented by MierPeggy attendant. wore a gown
daughter, t::1o a.m. Tuesday, Frlshe, orgsnlst. white crepe and carried white white doves held by gold father is a teacher in the Hancock School in Their Original CostDRESSES
four and chains, made by the brides
pounds, fifteen a The Rev. Robert Farrow carnations. Zanesville.
bait ouncei. Winter Haven attended aunt Mrs. Ira Parks, was the
read the vows before an altar Jan Valk of
Mr. and Mrs. John W. banked with baskets of white his brother as best focal. point of the decorations. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Miss Ann Mason Scott li -
Pierce, daughter, 8:28: a.m. chrysanthemums and gladioli. man. Ushers included Dr. R. Regular Price
Baker have returned from to the Uni l/
Further carrying out Bermuda returning today
Tuesday, seven pounds, four Seasonal holly sprays decorated Chris Brown of West Palm NOW2 PRICE
ounces. the windows. Beach and Bennett Parks traditions the bride and Atlanta Gs. where they versity of Tennessee In Knox. 9.98 TO 44.99 .... .. .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Given In marriage by her Mn. Dickinson selected far bridegroom planted a cedar spent the Christmas holidayswith ville after spending the holidays Regularly

Tang, son, 11:08 a.m. Tuesday father the lovely bride wore her daughter's wedding an tree Christmas which tree was, at the used homeof asa their son-in.law and here with her parents 10.9. to J4.9 ... NOW 'A TO !6 OFF
seven pounds, six ounces. an outstanding gown which ensemble keyed to jewel the bride's mother. daughter Mr. and Mra. Rob. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard
she made herself. The tones of sapphire emerald
Mr. and Mrs. Richard II. was an adaptation of a gown sari and pearl. She wore a white Miss Peggy Frlshe presided ert Sutton, and their children Scott Jr.
DeMott Jr., daughter six design made from white orchid corsage. at the bride's book. Mrs Robert Jr. and Marjor- SUITS -
pounds, eleven ounces. china silk. A strand of pearls The bridegroom' parents Henry Caffee Mrs Ira Parkland ie. The Harriet Thompson Sunday ,
School Class will meet in
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bowen formed a circlet for I head were unable to attend the Miss Judy Parks assisted WOOL:
church of the
with the hospitalities. Mr. and Mn. W. H. Partin the parlors ,
I:W pm. Tuesday, son, eight piece. A sari was worn drapedover wedding, but during the reception
pounds, fourteen and a quarter the head during the cere they called the newlywed Mr. and Mrs. Valk left on a and family are enjoying a First Presbyterian Church at DOUBLE KNIT WOOL
ounces. mon). Oriental slippers of couple from their homeSTOREWIDE wedding trip to the, Florida visit from their daughter, 8:30: Im. Monday for I .
-- Keys. For travelling Mrs. Mrs. Leo Pietzman and breakfast. A special programhas Regular Price

Valk chose a gold corduroy daughters, Pam and Paula, been will planned be Mrs and Harry hostesses G. 24.99 to 39.99 .. ........ .. NOW i/3 OFF
ensemble brown accessories. of Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs.
Pietzman Is the former Miss Rife, Mrs. John Whitesides
After January 2. Mr. and Alice Partin. Mrs Kathryn Martin and
Mra Valk will reside at Mel. Mrs. W E. Moore. SPORTSWEAR -
bourne Beach. Miss Sherry Grimes, Miss
SALE The bride attended the University Florida 1962, Is visiting with Miss Lynn Hampton returned SKIRTSRegular
of Wisconsin and was her mother and stepfather yesterday to the University
Infants' & Children' Clothing graduated from the Universityof Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Benson In of Florida I after Price 300( /OO
Florida in 1961 with a BA Lake Hamilton. Miss Grime spending the holiday season 5.99 to 10.99 .. .. NOW TO O
degree. She has recently been will return to New York on here with her parents Mr.
serving as a substitute teach. Sunday where she la appear. and Mrs. Marshall Hampton.Mrs. .
DRESSES GIRLS' COATS er In English and French In ing in an Broadway Show BLOUSESRegular
the local schools.Mr. Magic in King I Arthur's Mark Traynor visited
Entire stock 0' fall dresser. School Our entire .tock. Some rev.rsible. Valk a U.S. citizen was Court. during the holidays. in Avon Price 1QO100
born In Indonesiaand Park with her son in-law and
end 14.98.dresaup styles. were 3.9' to were 12.98 to 21.98. attended Sumatra technical collegein The Daughters of Wesley of daughter Dr. and Mrs. Burton 2.98 to 6.00 .. . NOW I TO 4

Vliuingcn, Holland He received Beymer Memorial Methodist Ostlmg and family. She
299 1099 899 1699 his BS degree! In Church will have a covered was accompanied home by
NOW TO NOW TO mechanical engineering from dish luncheon tomorrow at her other son-in-law and T SHIRTSRegular
the University of Florida and one o'clock at the church. daughter. Mr. and Mra William
and Is now studying towardhis Opper, of DeLand, who Price
BOYS' A GIRLS' SLEEPWEAR electrical engineering degree Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. had also been visiting at the 3.99 Broken Size ... .. .. .. NOW 279
Footed styles, ski styles. Knits, at Brevard Engineering Shrlver have just moved Osthng home.Mre. .

flannels, challis were 3.00 to 5.00. ., .. .. .. . NOW 2.22 to 3.77 College.Mr. from their former address to Mamie Marshall was
GIRLS' CARCOATSAll Valk Is employed by 902 Avenue L, SE, in Leenick SWEATERSRegular
Pan American dismissed yesterday from the
types and stylet. Some washable were 5.98 to 1298. NOW 4.44 to 8.99 CMRD Patrick Air Airways Force Park. Winter Haven HospitaLJW@ Price
Base hi Melbourne. and Tom Gerard
Solid and print corduroy were 1.79 to 3.98 .. . . NOW 1.44 to 2.99 Among the out-of.town guests and Mr.family have left to make S.99 to 12.99 . . . NOW V4 OFF
SLIM SETSCorduroy attending the wedding were their home in Jacksonville. [ l@1rnmJrmrrmEVERY
slims and blouse or shirt were 3.98 to 7.98. NOW 2.99 to 5.44 Capt. and Mrs Russell Dickinson .
BOYS' SUITS and son Peter of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waldrop ONE LINGERIE -
Every suit In stock reduced! Regular Dr. and Mrs. Henry Caf have been spending the holidays

and slim sixes were 9.98 to 16.98. .. . . . NOW 4.99 t* 12.99 fee and sons, Michael andBennett visiting their childrenand WHO WOULD SLIPSNylon
of Coral Cables; Dr. grandchildren Capt. and
and Mrs. R. Chris Brown and Mrs C. J. Wendorf and LEARNTO
BOYS' son. Randy, of West Palm daughters, Kristie Kay and ( & Cotton Broken Sizes
PANTS BOYS' JACKETS Beach and Mi I I. a Beckie Laurie Lyn of SeymoreJohnson PRAY Regular Price Springer of Upton, Ca. Air Force Base
AII.flannel end corduroy styl. long end short .tyl. Some wIsh. Goldsboro NC. They also 4.99tt 6.00 NOW J TO 4

were 2.91 to 5.98. able. were 5.98 to 17.91. visited in Wilson and Pine-
NEWS BRIEF hunt NC. and en route needs
The Auxiliary of the Winter home made overnight stopsto PAJAMAS, COATS & GOWNS
NOW 222 TO 444 NOW 444 TO 1299 Haves Fire Department will visit relatives] in South this
hold their first meeting of the Georgia and north Florida. Regular Price snQ.OO
new year at eight p.m. Monday 8.95 to 10.95 NOW O TO O
BOYS' SPORT COATS at the home of Mrs Mrs. El lie I Billings, who book
Entire stock. Plaids, stripes, blateri. George Snyder 117 East his been a patient In the
Lake Roy Drive A full attendance Winter Haven Hospital was
Wool end Orion were 9.98 to 15.98 .... .. ... .. .. NOW 4.99 to 11.99 la urged. dismissed yesterday. Flannel Gowns & PajamasRegular
PANTS AND SHIRT SETS Every right thinker knows hat
Long sleeve shirts site 2-7 Flannel God u, and wants, eo much, t* Price *L)7Q
and SHIRT ants, were 2.98 to 4.71 .. .. .. .. NOW 2.22 to 3.7710YS' approach Him Intelligently 3.98 to 4.50 NOW
Broken Sizes -
through prayer>to commune
All long sleeve tyes.! Knits Dorothy GrayHALFPRICE with Him and to listen toe HMguidance.

flannels, cottons, were 1.49 to 3.00. ... .. .. . .. NOW 99e to 2.22 .
Infants and toddlers liiei.Peitels SALE In the Bret chaptered: Science
end Health with Key to the
or dark were 1.98 to 3.00. . .. ... . NOW 1.44 rt 2.22CsVinn's Cellogcn Hormone Cream Scripture by Mary Baker Eddy Nylons-All

there Is an inspiring and pnobcal Regular Price 250 400
r explanation of prayer.A 3.98 to 6.95 NOW TO
4 oz, regularly $5.00,now great number of people

Cardigans end pullover styl. Or. Corduroy overalls. (acket end cap This mol hJrldnr night cream contains not one, bat six through the study of this chap. ROBES
Ions and cottons. were 2.91 to 5.98. or bon"lt. were 5.91 to 7.91. cieiiUfle principles, to Irate skin smoother, more radiant tee, have found needed health, 1/4 Off
ha rmony.supply and well-being;

222 444 399 499 Sheer Velvet Science and Health may be
NeW TO NOW TO Lipstick read or examined together with
the Bible at any Christian
2 $l o' Science Reading Room. Or tt
now for a'2 value may be purchased at W.
Choose from 12 top fashion shades.

Selection Junior Fashions Northwest Anderson wo Drug Co. Corner& Ave.Second B, NW.St. OUR CLEAN-SWEEP INVENTORY SALE STARTS

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JohnsonContinued I Hill Turnbull In Favor Of Two I Kiwanis Slates I Local Scout St. John's Plans
Ridge Center 1st Local Baby I ,

( From Page One) Arrives As 1964 (Continued From Page One) I with this equipment "we will (Continued from Pap Six) (Continued From Page One) church(Continued it From expected Page to One be)

economy In 1963, be called the of the present Public Safely be in position to push" for lower Charles Demfag presided at hk ,I theme, some historical highlight opened for worship on Sunday,

Plans Workshop unemployment situation the Is 27 Min. Old Building the old city ball fire insurance rater list meeting. |I of the Province such ati Jan. 19. The building, of colon
which would cost about (80,000 I On request of Elmer Raks- Major activities, In additionto \i the Cariban Trill of British ial design, will have a Chapel
most serious problem oa the to repair and renovate, an tent and other reaidenU! of the offices and k kit-
Mr. and Mrs Robert Fields Improvement at the club- Colombia. class rooms,
current economic horizon. amount the committee thoughtwas I Lake Elbert area Ryan was .
Tomorrow Night The unemployment rate I'I of 3lt Ave. Y, NE!:, welcomed prohibitive. Under the relocation I uthorfeed. to have the city I owned, Includes Kegan camp a teen-ig near Dundee employment .I Qualifications for applicationswere chen.Since February of 1963 the

around 54 per cent of the workforce a daughter at 27 minutes after plan, this building site build a temporary boat ramp program conducted by proficiency In camping congregation his been meeting

The Ridge Art Center, 500 with more than 4 million midnight New Year'sand would ta told. An offer of $52.- for lishermen. northwest of llth the boy and girls committee; skills, be an active memberof for services in the Winter Haven
Third St. SW has announced became the first parents 500 was recently made for it St? NE, oore be said wouldprobably I distribution of copies of the Bill a Cadette Girl Scout troop High School. In this temporary
out of work. According
persons The proposed new fire station than 1200. of Rights to school students bj meeting place, the
be endorsed by her troop
the first Friday night work. to the government, automation of 1964. would be located somewhere including a small apron to protect the public affairs commute; ''and other community referencesas membership hat grown to 245

shop of the fur will be held Is displacing about 1.2 million The girl, as yet unnamed, in the Exposition the ramp against erosion. and a religious survey by the to her character and abilityto ; members and the congregation

tomorrow from 7:30 to (:.30 p.m workers annually and to com war delivered at the Winter grounds complex, possibly on While this is on Winter Haven church. support committee.The get along with others. present a full program of ictivitiet -
Ave. F, NW, between Third Golf Course property, which club ended the with for the family
Haven Hospital by Dr. Richard year
under direction of Mrt. International
the the situation further This Is the ninth
plicate ,
and Fourth which would be .
baa been offered at a site for 101 members and was designated The Rev. William D. Tiffin
James R. Williamson. about 1.2 million persons also O'Leiry.Mri. next to the city; hall on the the Polk Junior College, the one of several "five- Opportunity under the Juliette hat served the church as pastor -

Mrs, Williamson, recently! are being added to the workforce Fields is employed by north. county will probably not want pointer" clubs In the state for Lowe World Friendship Fund Carleton Lucius Is chair-

moved here from Y I k 1 m i a, each year. Dr. O'Leary and her husband The committee was unanimous the site for a year or two, and having made a net gain of five that Scout the Council Heart has of Florida received Girl in man of the Building Committee

Wash., baa an art degree from The President feels a substantial is employed by the Win In recommending. the police meanwhile soother permanent members. Average attendance and Gordonn Pirket is the
effort must be put forthon station Jail-court buildingnot site may be found. ranged from II to 92 per cent seven years. architect.
the University of Washingtonand ter Haven Citrus Grower Association be placed in this area. "1 In addition the Heart of Florida
unemployment problems for The commission approved a Members traveled more than I
a mosaic art degree from the future. He is dissatisfied don't want to see the Jail and special assessment on the three 4,000 miles on inter-club visits Council received three other Deaths
Yakima Junior College She has with present cures and programs court"located In the city hill property owners on Fifth St., Greatest recognition was bestowed National Opportunities. Miss
that have been tug Auto Rams Side ares, Turnbull said. SE, between Aves. N and 0, for having sponsoreda Tiffany Middleton of Clermontwill
been doing art promotion and One)
The committee thought the go to All States (in California (Continued From Page
gested. for paving this block. None of new Kiwanis club at Auburn- ..
window display work In Yak. north end of the city-owned Miss Susan Rybinsk of Pennsylvania 10 and Illinois and
"We be underestimates the Involved appearedat dale during the year.
may (Continued From Page One) al owners
ma. Minute Maid tract would be Lakeland, to AU States Seattle, Florida each.
what ahead and call the which
lies I am hearing, was
Mn. Williamson said all moments before 1963 gave way better spot for the police build- Wash., and Miss Mary Ann Twelve states reported no
phaaes of art will be IncludedIn ing for new solutions and I am to 1961. Ing. This tract extends between I scheduled at 9 a.m. during the Rev. AndersonContinued Richardson of Ilowie-In-The- traffic deaths during the holiday

the program during the two demanding new "thinking on this The car was termed a total First and Third Sts. south of commission meeting. Hills, Campers Conference, period.
bsi In the
Johnson other business
hours each Friday night. There problem, loss Upon Impact the motor I Ave. 0, SW. Hill and Turnbull commission : ( From Page One) Cazanovla College, N. Y. Howard Pyle, safety council
is no charge for the workshops been quoted as saying.As thought that a location on First : coming to St. Joseph's, there president, said, "We are very ,"
except materials each person part of his overall ap- war torn from under the hood I St. or Ave. 0 might be most Approved a 150 appropriationto was no Catholic church in disappointed grieved .
uses. Live models and Instrui. proach to economic improvement I and thrown over 100 feet down practical. the Imperial Polk HorseShow Haines City Now, thanks to his Chamber Board over the showing by motorists..
tion will be furnished. Johnson wants more la : the road. 1 Commissioner Hughes Steele for trophy and ribbons efforts and those of the Catholics I The safety council had predicted ...
bor leaders and business executives to be offered by the city in one Continued One)
( From Page
The center encourages amembers Miss Sanford, who resided on said he thought the police-jail- In the Haines City area, the in a pre-holiday estimate
f actively participating in class on the show schedule, the Ing this will be the Initial discussion "
Junior members, and Spruce Road, was a native of court building should be in one handsome new Church of the that from 140 to 180 personawould
government.He of the Exposition buildings, presentation to be made by Transfiguration has been erec of Ideas for the annual traffic accident
non-membera to attend the seisioni. Parrish, Ala., and hid movedto die in
thinks the public service which are of solid construction.. Commissioner Virginia Foley Installat'on' dinner ,
Soft drinks and coffee Eagle Lake from Auburn ted.The during the period. ,
will be served. field In Latin America is par. dale two years ago. She was a lie thought it would cost less to Miller. Church of the Good Shep- The Beautification committee The normal traffic death toll n
Tomorrow morning portrait ticularly promising for U S. seventh grade student at West- use one of these buildings than Approved a reciprocal plan herd In Orlando his approxi- will report on prospective plans for a 30-hour midweek non-
painting lessons will be conducted labor leaders. And be thinks the wood Junior High School and a to construct a new one. with Polk County for participation mately twice as many parish. for beautifying U.S. IT North holiday period is 70.
government should draw more The the in general contractors' St. In addi- from the city limits. The Road
. at the art center from member of the Eagle: Lake major objection committee a oners as Joseph's. The New Year's toll edged
heavily en the reservoir of talent Church of Christ. has to this location, he examination program similar tion to the principal church committee will inform the record 160
> a.m. until 12 noon. Dorothy the previous -
In business. Survivors Include her mother said could be overcome by to the one it now has for plumbing there, Father Anderson will board members of progress of past late New
Dougan of Auburndale, one of set in 19571958 -
Johnson wants what be calls Mrs Wills of Wahneta having the Jail and municipalcourt and electrical contractors. have responsibility for a newly the Lucerne Park road. boost
Nancy to
the most prominent portrait ; I Year' Day. Helping
dynamic young businessmen In open on Fourth St. Instead Approved negotiations for the constructed parochial school Final item on the agenda
four sisters, Mrs Jeanette Wilson -
artists In the area, will Instruct the traffic death count were
these classes. government. In this connection Odenvllle, Ala.; Mrs. Jane of Third. lie asked for a purchase of about 12 acres of staffed by four nuns and twelve will be discussion of projects hazardous road conditions
associates said he speaks of Bryant Winter Haven; Mrs,. comparative study of costs ofl land: adjacent to Lakeside lay teichers. Father Anderion'i which might be undertaken by ice
Cost for the lessons will be spawned by snow and
wanting "action from the young Mona Kay Thompson, Cape the two proposals, which will Cemetery at a cost not to ex- pastorate there will also Include the chamber to further promotethe thirdof
$3 for the three hours. storms across the eastern
I and advice from the old." Kennedy;; and Miss Molly Sue be made. ceed $30,000, which the owner two mission churches interests of Winter Haven nation.
The President seems to be In. Sanford, Eagle Lake;; four City Manager C. C. Ryan reported said le the appraised value. Father Anderson's successor, during the coming year. the
1 Orange DessertContinued creasingly preoccupied with domestic brothers, Albert Sanford, Au- that preliminary plans Postponed action on a request the Rev. Matthew J. Connolly,
economic matters and burndale; W I I for d Sanford,, for Fire Station No. 3 I In north. of official of the Lake Region who Is being transferred from I MR. MASSEY and SON DAMON :
( From Page One) Federal finances. For example, Charlea R. Sanford, and Billy east Winter Haven would be I Yacht and Country Club for The Church of the ResurrectionIn :
er electric appliance they will he has been citing recently a Ralph Sanford, all of Eagle ready by the next meeting or I erection of 16 signs on present Jacksonville, Is expected to I formtf owner end employee Pot's Barter Shop

have won In the armlfinali firm conviction that fiscal prudence Lake; and her paternal grandparents the first one in February, and street signposts directing golfers \ arrive In Winter Haven early "
Some 83 other valuable prize is no longer what he calls Mr and Mrs. Pete his recommendation that the to the club course next week. have opened a new shop ;

will also be available to the a rich man's issue. Sanford, of Parrish, Ala. city advertise for bids for a Mayor Dantzler thought directional LOCATED IN UUNDUAMA ILDG.- RIFLE RANCI RD.
winners. He believes the massive fed- Funeral services will be held new 1,000 gallon pumper truck signs were "a good skier the Lake Region proposal.Mrs. .
The 1962 contest, last held eral budgetary burden is "stag tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the was approved by the commieslon. Idea, but where do we stop?" Miller had to leave the "and all our friends and customers
prior to the freeze, attracted nating traditional liberalism in Eagle Lake Church of Christ, He said the pumper would It was' pointed out that "a real meeting bxfore the question art Invited to come see u.:'
3072 entries and was won by the United States" and hitting with L. B. Chastain, pastor, of. cost about 121,000 and the fire problem can arise" as more came up.
Mrs. Irvin Wander of Winter particularly at middle Income ficiating. Burial will follow at station, with furniture and fixtures and more groups and possibly The commission spent 40 LOOK FOR THE SIGNiASSEY'S
Haven. She, together with previous famlles. Lakeside Memorial Park. about $32.500 to $37,50) industrial plants seek minutes in private discussion SHOPPhone
grand prize winner., area Johnson Is convinced the upward Pallbearers will be Jimmy When the downtown station similar signs.It of legal quest.onaIth City BARBER
the only persons not eligible to progress of the economy Thornhill, C. L. Thornhill Jr? la relocated another new truck was decided to wait until Attorney Peter Kalogridis before 293-3797

enter this yesr's competition. in 1963 will be sustained in 1964. David Barton, Ervin Gibcrson,, will be required, he said, ani the full commission could con- the meeting got under way __ __ __ __ --
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Specially designed appllci Hal Johnson, and Charles Mor ,
tiona will be accepted by thecommlilion rison. .
starting Jan 13 AuburndaleContinued Friends may call at the Ott.
with the deadline act for ml< LaugMIn! Chapel today from !5
night, Feb. 15. Preliminaries ( From Page One) to 9 p.m..
and semifinals will be held In I and Ledley H. Wear, Lakeland; Martin war I native of Eloise NEXT Christmas :.
various cities throughout Florida John I. Hileman, Kathleen; W. and been a resident there all!
and will be conducted by B. Gum and Horace F. Herndon his life. He resided at 114 ThirdSt. _
Home Service Department (of '' Lake Wales; L. B. Anderson South. .
cooperating electric utili tie.. Mulberry; and F, R. Berg- Formerly a junior' at Winter :,
. The grand finals will be held quiet, Pierce.Committee. Haven High School he wn
In Winter Haven, April 2324, appointments Included employed by McDonald's Hanv
1964, during which 12 semifinalists : burgers and was a member of
will again prepare their County commission commit- the First Baptist Church of Shopping Will Be Fun !

desserts, all expenses paid. lee Anderson, chairman, Eloise. '
Five nationally-known food Jimmie Childs, Lake Wales, Survivors Include his mother
expert will judge the finals. James E. Sutton, Auburndale and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs
The contest ls open to any; Dr. Allen Cole, Lakeland, C. Levi Walker, of Eloise; two
resident of Florida who baa O. Gerber and Frank Sparrow, dater Mrs. Patsy Crawford
passed hi. or her 17th birthday; Winter Haven, Boswell Davit and Mrs Betty King, both of ,0'j
by Jan 13, 1964, except employes and Roe Winter Haven; two brothers, I : rep
or families of employei School committee Hern- Bobby Martin, Winter Haven, R .
of the co-sponsoring electric don, chairman J. Holland and Jimmy Martin, Immokalee; j v\ IF You Open A ,

utilities, the Florida Citrus Miles, Lakeland, Dr. Irvin W. and Ms paternal grandmother, .
Commission, or their advertii Wander, Winter Haven and Mrs W T. Martin, Winter Gar-
log agenclei. Pickard. den.
Entries should be mailed to Peace River-Southwest Fierila Funeral services\ will be held
Orange Dessert Contest, Box: District I I Committee tomorrow from the chapel of e
lag Lakeland, Florida, 33802, Hughes, chairman, R. W. Ster- Dtt-Laughlin Funeral Home and Lake Region Bank of Commerce
postmarked not later than midnight Ilk, flakes City, Dr. E. L. Kin. i will be conducted by the Rev I,_
Feb. 15. Entries In semifinals singer, Lakeland, Williams, Glen Collins, pastor of the ,
and finals must be pre Wear, Reynolds and Glass Lake Buffin Baptist Church of
pared on electric equipment, Arthur M. Bissett continue Ft. Meade Interment will foi-
and each recipe must be for i a as managing director of the : low at Lakeside Memorial Park.
dessert and Include at leas I, Property Owners League, I 1 Pail bearers will be friends of Christmas Club Account NOWHere's
two fresh Florida oranges or which has Its headquarters In ,Larry employed by McDonald's
one cup of Florida orange Barlow. +I In Winter Haven. I
juice, fresh, frozen, canned or I
The dessert will be ''udlled ARTICLES FOR SALE

on general appearance, quality,
flavor, and originality of recipe

Idea.Persons residing In area I How Your Savings Mount Up When You

served by municipallyownedelectric

utilities Administration or Rural facili Electrification .. Become a Lake Region Christmas Club MemberSave

ties are also eligible, and may P

secure commission.entry blanks by writingthe CLASSIFIED For 50 Weeks -- Hove Next Christmas

$1.00 . . . . . . . . $50.00

Tax CollectionContinued READER $2.00 . . . . . . . . $100.00 1

SERWIcE $5.00 . . . ., . . . $250.00

( From Page One) e a e $10.00 . . . . . . . .. $500.00
first two months of the tax %
year November and Deceom-

her, totaled $322.9 U7, compared .

with $303,470.93, or 64 'i',
per cent more.However ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS
since the amountto 'r LAKE REGION Christmas Club Members
be collected
was greater
this year than last, the percentage FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD .
of the budget revenue Are Eligible For These Awards Too: :
collected so far le an even two
cent I :
per The percentage greater. of the tax roll Notices For This Department 1. Round Trip to Parts, France, for Two Including $2000.00 Cash. :

retired so far Is also greater 'J. 2, Brand-new, 1964 Comet Sedan.

than last year, the treasurer I. Limited To .' 3. 28" mahogany-finish Admiral color TV Set. :;

reported.this The year total Is amount 337769.22 retired 1. Item ,., sale cr swap I* tile I. N. Rb..H* N. c..,... 4. 12-pleee matched set (<<5 men's, 7 women',) Samsonlfe Luggage. :

against $3l ,70224, or 729 per Mine, If $21 M Sew ,. All Gait. I 5, Bell & Howell Camera and Projector. J

cent compared with 706 per I. II Wed LI.lt '
.1 (Hot*
ago.cent at the same time a year lack AtI. {. A4 dint .. hr..qht In t. Member F.D.I.C. t. ,

J. lack ...Ic. map eeahk! tie ...,.,fI" ...,."...... wrlesee

Fruit ShipmentsDaily puce. H camber-ffrin: address ed HI*ftke py er RMlM I. with ,.,_*t 4 j PLUS 139 :

..II.... !I. ."... .. t :
carloadings (in boxes yf Cash Awards!
from the Fruit and Vegetable 4, N* MiHwrtM eds will be 7. N. ,)h... /_
Inspection Division: nee"....
IL A" will ne I I Hys ,
By rail 14,602 grapefruit 4, 4-
089 orange., 2,078 tangerine., 4.11 -

1,875 temples; by boat, 1,043 Dt'CK HUNTfrtS You will ".,.
grapefruit; by truck, 94,411 LsranD: b.y'.nulbh bicycle, as. r.er :brtt.r d.roya Light Baia'e.Ilent
grapefruit, 43,778 30 cendltlnn, rerint,4' 12.00, rvd hndm.d" Barmsia. CYCT
oranges H7uc. :23 W. Lak. Howard Dr. U31Jt.
232 tangerines, 14,974 temples;
DUOoTIIERM '11A hp'pr, withadluatm.nt.
total 110,056 grapefruit, 47.S63 SMITH CORONA. pnrlabie. N..4S' bl.w.r. IxOU. CY WIN flat
SiCW. CT 42050. Wan
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oranges, 32,310 tangerines, 1949 ,- seta Jlapt..t Chu"b. _
temples for a shipping total .: I
I 100 m It white aid well 55,55. I pORTABl.1I! miertrle. h..I.,.
Of 208,696 boxes. .Ir. '7 10. CY 4mWO. Wabn.ta ua.d Good rosdltiua, 18 OIl ...
Cannery receipts, 47,163 grapefruit BapUJt Cbu",1L. lava pin 8t.. B. ,11.1 Small Bank Courtesy Big Bank

283,739 oranges, 20,265 tangerines ..
for a cannery total cf I BURNER 011 H..tpr '11 no. Good AUTOMATIC 0 M washer (
boxes. condition: Irks Ave. eondite.h. 131 ai B.i"r. 3 on u.m I
353,887 A. aW, cY 3.444.1, cY wHl t cY a.ex. A.yehm. MU $8044.



The Citrus Scene i iI iI -Today's- .



By JACK GURVETT Commentary
The Florida Citrus Renortei

This writer has maintained But the one fact Bob broughtout ITI Foreign News Analyst

for many years that without that seems' more importantthan In the dark hours befon I
citrus Winter Haven and the any other to me is the dawn of Jan. 1, 1959, the skiei I If VM Inv a craving for (peek sew It Hit HIM t. Mtiify It. so y.s'n MV e tlmbl.
surrounding Folk county area state' citrus, In a normal I I over Havana were clear and d I t.m cad sole, the flee qualify fer which A.Pa "Snitt-ltiiht" Stocks era *."'..... Cass
would be year, will have an FOB Florida .
in tad ahape economically _, f acre It A...
value of and warm.
and $500.000000 -
there are many At 2:30 a,m., UPI manage
people who do not realize just BONELESS
how important the fruit indus DOLLARS coming Into the for Cuba Francis McCarthy returned FULL CUT
try is to this lection. state from outside And he puts to his home In suburbanMiramar ROUND 88
from New Year'i You will coin this
In I recent report by Florida on the snapper by saying, using a ,slue er15.lave'
Eve He still his lber.IMry .
national this party. wore
Citrus averages itulu
Mutual a tabulation SPECIAL! -RIGHT" PUR! Wsi4y
showed for the teven sessons money turns over a minimumof Ii I black tie and dinner jacket
preceding the 196263 season seven times meaning it II I i when the telephone rang PORK Th... ere ftI
this does' a business of about S3.5BILLION "Batista is packing," a voice Sixki.Thiy .
county produced better' dollars In the state I, .. __ __. ........t.L....___ said. are Suptr.
than 25 per' cent of all Florida ------ SIRLOIN Might" qud.ty, 8 8F
citrus and the top 10 Florida TALK ABOUT TURNOVERJust MAKES FBI LIST Arthur It was the first word that SAUSAGE r i cud, hem
counties turned out M per cent as an example of how William Coats via. President Fulgencio Batista, wefie b.ir15 ID.
turns let's tell a his island cut in two the
of the entire U.S. supply of money over by
fruit you a story of a bad check lence-prone trigger-happy, rebel forces of Fidel Castro 3 SI" BONELESS
Ironically, the 1961-62 season, some years back pasted b, armed robber and parole was preparing to flee.
the year preceding the freezeof a Negro in Haines City. The violator, has been added to McCarthy, still in dinner CUBED Year will cnley, focal 88
December 1962, Polk Coun- check was originally given toa the FBI's list of "Ten MOlt Jacket and black tie, left "tua.r Y.IWselect. 'Iht" f
ty produced 37,412,000 boxes department store thence Wanted Fugitives." He is for his office, where he was to CArN JOHN'S -1-lh all' m..l Suik. lb.
,. the highest In the seven.season which was having alteration 5 feet, 10 inches tall, remain the next 13 days As the
span, while all other counties. done The contractor wanted a weighs between 16? and story flowed out of Havana on FISH STICKS Cut Crew "Sup.r.
Including Lake with 27,189000 rather large sum of money late I 176 pounds hat brown that first day a pillaging mob Wightunity' ,
boxes and with IS,112, Saturday to pay off his men 59c w..t.rnInmmd b..*,
Orange hair hazel mediumcomplexion moved forward McC art h y u. .
'" 000 boxes, turned out 114,958,000 so the store owner endorsed the eyes, a lined his office staff before the 1-BONE sea COOII vilut I ..,.... 8 8 f
boxes for a re I son total of 152- $25 check over to the contrsc build. and a medium office plate glass windows on QUICK ROZIN Sirvl. .,,k aT.tonight.Slontt Ib
400000 boxes I tor. By the time this check hit the ground floor,
And while you may have the bank it had turned over 10 ."Scram ya bums," he told SHRIMP
read the original story handed time and had done $250 worthof the leaders. And, surprisingly
out by Mutual for last Sunday's business but the bank Stockpile Shows 79C
enough they did, although they t, TOP ROUND
News-Chief, some of the facts marked it "insufficient funds'Rather Big Decrease wrecked all other of the 21 offices -
than hue the banks
are worth repeating facts in the Sevilla arcade. I Ib.
I included in a presentation by to all! the trouble: of S'n the I WASHINGTON (UPI) Fed Three and a half months sum RIGH1" SKINLESS
Mutual' major domo Bob "NG" check back FRANKS49C
I Rutledge before federal tariff or 10 accounts until it got back eral stockpiles, including atra.teglc later a victorious Castro visited
official week to the department store each 1 materials and farm surpluses the United States.
f a or so ago.
general He, along manager with Homer of Florida Hooks, one of the it at persons face value who had kickedIn accepted were valued at $14.4 billion said"We in are a speech not Communists in Washington," he u. SIRL.OIN I I TIP I ,88x

Citrus Commission were appearing $2.50 and tore up the check in October a decrease of The veil of hypocrisy cover. FULLY COOKED
$119 million from fog the face of the Castro
in opposition to proposed NEW MONEY IS NEW LIFE September regime
cuts or eliminations of Thus the figures presented by The stockpile report war Issued long since has been drawn HAMS
tariffs on Imported citrus and Rutledge Hooks et al, and the Monday by the House.Senate aside.
its product from such nationsas story of the Haines City Negro' i committee on reduction of The year 1963, fifth of the PORTERHOUSE 98F
.: Spain, Italy South Africa "NG" check illustratehow essential federal Castro government, did not go Whole
non- expendi
is turned over in entirely as the United States
Mexico and such. money er 490
tures. The I is headed
group by l1'
Rutledge pointed out In the a community. The recent experlment I had wished. But it was worse Shank Half,
Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D.Va.
10 top producing counties of I of Auburndale'aAdams for Castro.
this state there lives about !,. Packing Co., In payingoff It began on a note of humil
200,000 persona who "were able one week in $2 bills, Indicates Snow Colder lation with the Russian withdrawal .
SPECIAL! Ann Page Broad, Fine or Extra Wd!
doesn't take long for
to build these counties and It of their rockets and
town primarily because they, new money to circulate in the I For New Year bombers, a move on whlhNI.:
in a great measure built Flori- community a lot of those"deuces" I kita Khrushchev did not even
da's $2 billion citrus industry." i wound up In Winter WASHINGTON (UPI) The bother to consult Castro.
Then he continued: "Most of Haven cash registers I have weather bureau predicts colder And It closed on s further EGG NOODLES I I.Lb. 29c
and snowier weather than usual
derive been asked by local merchants
these 1,200000 persons note of defeat when pro-Castro
their livelihood directly or Indirectly if I objected to having part of for the eastern part of the nation terrorists' failed to prevent free Pkg.
in the first month of the
from Florida citrus my change In $2 bills a lot elections in Venezuela, Castro'sNo. '
.They grow citrus, they of people think they are un- new year. 1 target in his to I
attempt SPECIAL! Star SolidWHITE No Oil Added Packed in
harvest citrus, they process lucky, and a lot of those in the The bureau's forecast for export his revolution throughout Cherry ( water)
citrus they pack citrus, they Adams payroll, by now have January says that western half Latin America.
ship citrus they sell citrus one corner torn off supposedly of the country should have ten In between times there
"Or they work in the fertilize to break the hex. But there 1 peraturea ranging from "warni more bad news for the Cuban was
er plants the crate plants, the is a practical reason for tearing log to prevailingly above nor. dictator. TUNA 3 1Ot. 1
can (manufacturing) plants, off the corner of a $2 bill mil levels" except in California Last June be was forced to
the machinery plants the it Identifies it quickly where near normal expected.Dundee admit to the Cuban people that Cans
stores and filling stations and
the sugar crop, backbone of the
that almost SHOT IV HEEL
professions exclusively upon depend citrus for OMAHA Neb. (UPI Eiell Cuban economy, would be the BIG VALUEI! Jane Parker Freshly Baked EnrichedWHITE
tconomie life Henderson was nursing a sore Mr. and Mrs Gordan Walk. poorest since his advent to
"They are the human beings heel today and all because Icy and family have returned power.
that are the life of Florida's! he wanted to really whoop It up to their home in Tampa after a He blamed the bad harveston
biggest basic Industry." on New Year's Eve. holiday visit with Mrs Walk. drought and "our inexperience BREAD 21 :31c
Now, those are potent statements I Henderson 25, dashed from ley' mother Mrs Nettie Pope, our deficiencies and our ((4
and they apply to Winter his home at the stroke of mid- and other relatives errors" ;.
But the
Haven more than to any night waving a 22 caliber re worst was yet to
other community or area in the volver. The gun fell from his Guests during the holidays atthe come.
state Winter Haven regardless hands, hit the porch steps and home of Mr. and Mrs. M. With the Cuban trade debt to Special! Jane Porker Freshly Baked M
of what grabby ol' Lakeland discharged a bullet which M. Griffey and family were his the Soviet Union already In excess
fays, is THE CITRUS struck his heel. nephew and family Mr. and of $100 million, Hurricane Pie ''L?' 45C
Mn. Charles Castle and chil- Flora hit in early October, destroying Cherry . .
dren of Interlachtn, a niece up to half of Cuba's
For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 and family, Mr and Mrs sugar and coffee crops seriously Special! Jane Parker Delicious '
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w arj And as the regime pressed ... Each ;,

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II Nebraska, Alabama Pull Upsets North Problem-\ A thlete Shot In 80 wling Alley Fight I

Is Three Good CHICAGO (UPI) Police

Over Tough Auburn Ole Miss searched today for a disgruntled

New York Giants fan whose

Field Generals needling of Chicago Bear football

Big Eight League Tim Davis Bools Year's players Day brawl sparked that a resulted New = SPORTS

Sees CombackIn ',pREVIEWOF THE YEAR-By Alan Maver, Four From Field MOBILE, Ala. (UPI-Ceorg) in the death of former Bear I

Wilson coach of the North Tony Parrilll.Parrilll .

Orange Bowl In Sugar Bowl squad for the 15th annual Sentor 24, who played college
football for
Illinois was
Bowl football game, has a
MIAMI (UPI) Bit Eight NEW ORLEANS (UPI-You shot to death and Bear fullback

officials have straight flush won't find his nsme listed on problem all coaches would bke. Joe Marconi was belted over then, Du Page County authorities no charges against Wlnthers,
Wilson whoso fulltlme job is the head with revolver in the would be
to spread before the Orange the first three tesmt. The only a said. They aald Winthcrs and there no action
Bowl Committee' today: In the coaching the Detroit Lions, has men's room scuffle at a plush told them be belled Marconi in the case until the grand jury:
negotiations for the thing to set him off from the I suburban bowling alley partly the week of Jan
high stakes three quarterbacks so good he over the head with a revolver convenes 29.
football classic. multitude of other subs I la the owned by Bear end Mike Ditka the Deputy Coroner James Clark
csn't make up his mind readiy in an attempt to break up
Nebraska, the ichool thlt"eouldn't notation "K.S." kicking specialist Capt. Herbert Merles of the brawl and the gun discharged, indicated an Inquest would have
which one to itart Saturday,
win major bowl beside his name. Du Page County sheriff's office striking Parrilll In the left eye, been held this week but he
game," deilt the 1S-T winning He Is Tim Davla of Alabama He's got Jack Coocannon of said Parrilll and an unidentified killing him Instantly. delayed it after learning some
earda over Auburn In the game and you can bet that Coach Boston College, Bill Munson ofVt.h man started arguing in the Eight stitches were required of the Bears players who will!
that froised about $192,000 per Johnny Vaught and his University State and Dick Shiner of washroom of Ditka'a bowling alley to close Marconi's wound but be called to testify planned to

team in Wednesday's 30th annual of Mississippi team know Maryland."All in suburban Willowbrook." be was not hospitalizedStale's leave Chicago Wednesday far
before "Aa I understand It, Mertes J. the bowl game la Los Ang-
New Year's spectacle who Davis Is today, I attorney William pro
three are fine pro prospects said "the man was a fan of the
Jan. 12.DJ'IL .
sun-warmed fans. file ties
72,647 Davis' record shattering performance Bauer aaid he planned to
After 10 years, tht Orsng In the Sugar Bowl ," said Wilson. "All three Giants and they were arguing

Bowl moguls! hirt been thinking football came Wednesday gave throw the ball very well. I don't about the Bears-Giants" championship

seriously about ending their Alabama a 12-7 upset over know which one I'll start. It'. a me.defeated the Giants For 'TIME and
The Beara
ties with the Big Eight to furnJsh I Southeastern Conference champion 11'8
tough decision. All of them
fr the National Football League
the conference champion Mississippi. His four field : 'TEMPE A tORE
have confidence and that's for the National Football ,
The : a League .
as one of the competitors. gosls of 48, 46, 31 and 22 yards '
deeiiion whether to renew the bterally shook the Southern big thing. 10. """ c.ui'testUHANGI
Wilson ssld the three stgnsl The shot that killed Parrilllwaa "
Big Eight contract which could expired football world. callers are different type pass fired accldcntly by Willow- N TioN.U: ;' Nr.. ,Mb., ''tD.tc:.
Wednesday night Never before had
,1 anyone
brook Police Chief Robert Win-
come In the next couple of kicked four or even three, field ers.
days.Nebraska's. I' goals In the 30'year history of

... burly Cornhuskers the Sugar Bowl. Never before OPEN FRIDAY
Stepped Jnto the 70-degree beat had anyone kicked yarder,
I as one-point underdogs to Auburn much leaa a 48 and a 48 yard NITE 'TIL
and with an 0.2 record In er, in the Sugar Bowl.

t major bowls Including an Ignomihlous Sportswritere covering the 9 P.M. ,
j 14 7 defeat by Duke In game made hint an almost
the 1955 Orange Bowl. unanimous choice for most val-
But on such little things as able player in the ,.me.
:;; < play designed to gain only: Davis was Just one of a flock
1 two BOhree yard are victories of bright lights for AlsbamaWednesday.

ant big stskes won. Nebraska .
quarterback Dennis Clarldge The Alabama defense did not
belted I record 6t yards for I give Ole Miss a first down in BIG VAlUE

:: touchdown on juit such a play the first half and did not budge
and It threw the Auburn Tigers until the laat quarter.
---- --- ---- --
into fumbling Ineptitude for the When the gams was st stake

entire first half.Tbej on the two-yard line the Alabama
; >lay time on the second Cornhusker QB Tickled defense held loUdl)'. Tide
:: crack Jt om scrimmage and playera recovered six fumbles
Clarldge admitted at game and Intercepted three pastes fit$1one

::0 end,'iTt surprised me ts much against the seventh-ranked
) as It surprised Auburn" team la the nation a team that

=-' Soon ';after, halfback Frank Over Long TD Scamper seldom made mistakes. BRAND NEW 4-PLY
Selleh broke loose for a 22.yard Sophomore Steve Sloan was a
punt return that set Nebrsskaon stand.out He replaced Joe Na-
the track for a 11-yard field By OSCAR FXALEY cheered his efforts In the bright math Alabama's sensstkmal

j :0 goal by Dave Thelsen who had UPI Sports Writer sunshine a short time earlier. quarterback who was dismissed NYLON TIRES

I kkked the extra point after WUMI (UPI- Dennis Clarldge "I'll talk to Green Bay officials from the squad ..rl1a Decenvher.

Clarldge's touchdown gallop. a handsome thin faced soon," he added. "Maybe Sloan went through the
A punt fumbled by halfback 1963 seaaon without completing
George Rota deep In Auburn young man who doesn't look his they'll give me some tdess I I p.... In the first quarter

territory set the stage for Thle- six feet, four Inches and 222 don't have now and I'll certainly Wednesday he completed three 00

sen's 38-yard field goal In the pounds, simply couldn't believe : listen." and aparked the drive that lit

second period that gave Nebraska the way in which It tuned out. But he asserted dentistry: up Davis' first field ,o.L $
13-0 balftlme lead. Johnny Vaught and Mississippi :
Single handedly he had broken still looks more promising career
Auburn led by lean and hungry have seldom experienced
quarterback Jimmy Sidle, the Orange Bowl classic for a fellow who will be such misery. The Rebels turn-

found itself to make the second wide open. On the second play married Feb. .. led an almost unbelievable 11

half a different ball ,.me. His from scrimmage he raced a record Looking back on the Orange times, a Sugsr Bowl record.
oO running and passing carried the Ferry Lee Dunn the Ole Miss
touchdown Bowl who
M yards (or a game, Clarldge wiH
Alabamans on a 71.ysrd touchdown quarterback who was signed by
that aparked Nebraska's 13-7 wed Khoda Stevens of Funk
march In the third period. the Dallas Cowboys right after
I Sidle ewept II yards around win over an Auburn team Neb., aald that the. previous the game, completed eight out

his left end for the score and which by 11 short yards, just longest run of bis career had of 10 passea most of them in Buflt with Safety.Fortified nykm cord body for extra mDetp.StvMHib .

Woody,_Woodall booted the ex- fell short of a comeback tri been 31 :yards. But he was the desperate fourth quarter treid grips the roe4 with potlUve traction.
... "We couldn't to
""W. umph."That. "tickled over that Bcyarder just seem get
Sidle got Auburn's Tigers started," he said after the
touchdown run was on which by one yard edged out
going again the final period. game.
His passes featured a 69.yard a play designed for about two of the Orange Bowl record But Ols Miss looked Ilk, Its

thrust but at the Nebraska 11, or three yards, a quarterback book's longest touchdown run, brilliant self for several! min
the Cornhutkers rose to knock trap which is good only two or galloped into the pages by Mississippi's utes. Mississippi scored on a
dowa a fourth down pass and three times a game," Clarldgegrinned. Dunn pass to Larry Smith on
take possession with 1-30: minutes "What happened surprised Ned Peters 27 years the three and Smith ran into
remaining. Clarldge easily me as much as It did ago. the end tone for Ole Miss' lone
Not so "tickled" however was
managed to run up the clock Auburn. touchdown. Billy Carl Irwin
Before the demoralized Auburn Auburn quarterback Jimmy Sidle NO LIMIT GUARANTEE
for the victory that may mean made the extra point.
more than just prestige for the tesm could regroup Its a year-old junior from Dunn then led another Mississippi Is .M.r4 ky .twti .f thMm .....4. .f P1_
Cornhuskers and the Big Eight forces Nebrsska added the extra Birmingham, Ala., who has no march to the two-yard- 4.al,- .** Mertt .hi MM. Uiilt4Stettt
point and two field goals by doubt about his desire to plsy line, but Alabama held. I C** 4' wliwcvw yti trncl
Dave Thlesen and that plus pro football when be la finished
I Bowl Remits .I j jBy a stopped Auburn drive with a college. FULL, LIFETIME GUARANTEE

minute\ and a bslf to plsy, was Sidle was a one-man backfield Golfs 1964 Gold .f.i m" tficts. In w.rklnhip and,
I'nlted Press International the story of the b.II.m.. for the Southeastern Con ", .tori.l. .". ,..t! haurt! '"|url.i (t.-
ROM Bowl The story of whether Cla- ference team and the six foot Rush Begins ttp> rap.I.IoI.l punctures) for the lift
At Pamcfrna Calif. ridge, a pro.type quarterback two Inch 200.pounder ;demonstrated .f Ih. .,r.1, t,....

Illinois 17 Wsshlngtoo T will continue to play football that he'll be a hot pro LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
Cotton Bowl still Is to be written. prospect next year. While Cla- gold rush of 1964 opens Friday NO LIMIT ON
At DallM He was drafted by the Creen ridge ran for 108 yards he when the world's top professionals MILES OR MONTHS
gained only 30 yards on four
Texas 28 Nsvy 6 Bay Packers but the 22-year-old dragging Auburn off the floor tee off hi the first round r...IlIce""t, '" pr.r./eel 1111 _
from Robblnsdale, Minn, wants of the $50,000 Los Angeles Open
Sugar Bowl to become a dentist."I ran for 96 yards net and completed golf tournament first stop ona ....4 wnir anj liitj .11 Firttfan*
At New Or Inns feel my education Is the 12 of 25 for 141 yards. year-long tour pr[<. currtnl *t lime *f .Jjulfm.nt.

Alabama 12 Mississippi 7 most Important," he speculated Sidle was dejected but he long Mr. Golf," Arnold Palmer

Orange Bowl In the locker room under the ago became accustomed to ad will be on hand to defend his
At Miami, Fla. Orange Bowl Stadium where a versity. The year-old with the title but con/eases that he la All tires
Nebraska 13 Auburn 7 standing crowd of blond crew cut wss orphaned
room 72,647 woefully out of condition to be mountedFREE
when bis father was killed at
to hla beat.
Guam and his mother died In playing up
"I haven't hit a ball since
In automobile accident. His
Nov. 12," said Palmer as he
brother George raised him and
In California
appeared Monday
also coached him In high school
still pale from winter la the
"Maybe. next year, beshrugged. snow.at his home in Pennsylvania. Just say'Charge It'PrIced

One thing though Is sure.
Next yesr he'll receive good But the smart money still show, ct ,.....".. Stem, comp.tMv.ly priced .1 rir-.ten. Dealers anti rt oO svice
makes him the favorite to win scions
news from the pros. displaying th. fira.sr.n. *"?.
11I1 tournament he enters.
The other big nsmes competing
ARR01FWASH SELECT OFICEKS here will include National

;: DALLAS (UPI) Named as Open champion Julius Boros

AND WEAR officers of the Texas SportsWriters big money-winners Tony Lema,
'Association today wert Jay Hebert Al Gelberger, Gene
WHIP Ed File of United Press International Littler, Mason Rudolph, Dow '
president; Sports Editor Finiterwald and Don January.Of 'P w.; BeQm
-- AmwUni ikltt dot* Walter RoberUon Dallas the 50 leading money winners lanternOnly '
hi mfMt wtrf MrU. Morning :News, vice-president; on the tour last year, 44 ,
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1 Texas Line Passing Crush NavyDALLAS REV1EWOFTHE YEAR-By AfanMavc I Kentucky's Nash Sets SEC Pace, Averaging 29.7 |

t'nJted Frees International belt and averaged ever M most valuable player, and Dick
The No. 1 player on the na points a game as a team. I Tomllnson are averaging 21,1
(UPI) The backs thin were limited to one 73-yard sidelines with II minutes left In. tIon'. No 1 college basketball Nash scored 28 and 30 points, point for Florida's six games

made the headlines but both drive in the fourth period the game. I team continued as No. 1 scorer and won the most valuable play Louisiana State's Dick Maile

coaches agreed today that the after Texas had a 28-0 lead It came on a two-yard surge 'jA in the Southeastern Conference er award for the Sugar Bowl Is sixth In SEC scoring with a
other team'i line wn the key by fullback Harold Phillip alter this week while SEC teams !tourney in his lilt two games. I 1'.' average and Vanderbilt's
factor In Texas quarterbackDuke when he passed the Middies reserve quarterback Tommy made their final preparationsfor A distant second in SEC scoring Clyde Lee and John Ed Miller
Carlisle' architecture cf down to the two-yard line from Wade had passed the Longhorns the conference openers. is Mississippi's Donnie Ke- are both averaging 19.3.

a 28 e victory over Navy in the where he ran it over. to within that range. SOEtDY SCOT Cotton Nash, Kentucky's All- singer, who scored a disappointing Guard Jimmy Pits sank a
28th annual Cotton Bowl Texas, which Hirdin and his Staubach probably summedup \ k l America candidate, will bringa total of 32 points (in his pair of free throws with three
Texas deserted Its usual ball once.skeptical players admitted the game In 22 words: ( YNAMJKffONAMIr hefty :29,T scoring average into team'. two losses In the Gulf I seconds left to give Georgia a
control Uctlci and took to the had convinced them it reallywas "Texas didn't mess around. Saturday's SEC opener for the South classic last weekend Kes-! 49-47 win over Alabama in the
air-lane, to lay the foundation the nation's No. 1 team, They hit hard and they kept the Wildcats against Georgia Tech singer Is currently averaging curtain raiser of the confer
for victory and the coach of the collected Its fourth touchdown pressure on all the time. Mo. 1 in Atlanta. 233 points a game i ence's official season Wednesday
nation'a national champion Longhorns after Carlisle had gone to the they deserve to be." \ 'ii "King Cotton" and his Florida, which won the Gator I night in Athenl.I .
Darrell Royal said the "Prince," Ted Darken, third in Bowl tourney last week and I Pitts' two points boosted his
change In strategy was forced rAMMUS/AL SEC scoring with 21.8, have led moved firmly into the dark total for the game to 14, high

by Navy's defense which Chooses KoufaxAs ANtVOan'ctf ,et'a /J +, the Wildcats to 10 straight victories horse spot in the SEC, boastedthe for the night, and brought the
"jammed up on us" Fraley X'/LLAIA/SLAs! SANDY AIfO and the No. 1 ranking, I only other 20-point scorers Bulldogs from behind, where
Navy'f heralded All.America fgv qif AA' IYOUf/Ilf' FiAfrnArt In the process, Kentucky tucked In the conference Both Brooks they had been most of the
Heisman Trophy winning quar ACT/Y[ A AYER iWF/RfT' f'4vi Nf2a the Sugar Bowl utle under its I Henderson, the Gator Bowl's game.

terback, jolly Roger Staubach, JO/Aa sE ---
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had a fine day statistically, but
hit effectivenesi was' humiliat- cf
Ingly unsuccessful because of a
Texas line that in Middle By OSCAR FRALET the an.time heavyweight champion e eNORTN6ATE
Coach Wayne Hirdm'i words CPI Sports Writer of the world. So you're a PENNELRLW

kept coming and com track buff, and you think that YANDfRA'fltd BCOAES
amply MIAMI (UPI-I got to make F/Rft
John Pennell cleared 17 feet
"Koo" the athlete of the tDTID QIMFg AIY/ L
Carlisle was the hero of the Name anybody you like.year.ButI and should get the bows.If fAl'1bffAV0AXU6f '- )/7fGOt fAULTIR. PPilaNONTR
ri N //7
.. fame offensively by throwing have to take the guy who you want to make a real Al! fTAAf ran Uof/f ,
; 58 and 53-yard scoring passes came from all the way back to case, take a look at a pretty W/NOYERIAGKIRA ARDWARE
= to fleet wingback Phil Harris the head of the pack and did young lady named Mickey
.. and darting nine big yards for it the hard way, Wright. She was' the Babe M/Ant/ HANGING BIRDFEEDERS

w another touchdown to boost Tex3 'Nob cijo: else rates at all except Ruth, the Jack Dempsey and
as into a 21-0 lead that: smothered the handsome, left-handed the Bobby Jones of ladies golf ?,
and belts the tall farther than t
Navy's hopes before half- southpaw of the Los Angeles ,(RAaDoAGMfRf 7
"* Easy fill Sturdy plastic
time. Dodgers. most men in racking up more / F/Rff60LFFR CHLORDANE DUST
But the same crew of linemen victories than anybody ever did wA'SLttOoONOA'S Ideal te feed
Sure there lot of them' way your
are a
In one like 14 on the 5I4 LW.
which held Navy to a minus year pro feathered friends ONLY
14 yards rushing was performing I'll take Jimmy Brown over tour and don't think this is pea r0'.y Ma.wrw w s... w 5 per cent -
an equally magnificent Y.A. Tittle in the bashing business outs -- Kills ants,

chore on offense by giving him of pro football. Nobody Parnelli Jones won the Indianapolis ORTNp grasshoppers, .. 1.59
ample time to throw or work for my kopeks, came close to 500 mile auto race at mote crickets and evI

his run-pass options to a new Jack Nlcklaus in golf even if a faster average than anybodyin Soph Fullback Leads IllinoisTo I 6 many other paste i BIRD SEEDACE
Cotton Bowl record total offense they did vote Julius Boron the history and this is a test

o( 267 yards.All.America. golfer of the year which separates the men from PRICE Finest grains
tackle Scott Appleton Show me somebody r- s r the supermen Willie Shoe malt. Birds love it.
who shared "outstand than Charles (Sonny) Listen er has to be the best in the 17-7 Conquest Of HuskiesPASADENA 38* a 4 NOW
ing" honors with Carlisle by when you lace on the gloves matter of booting them home, AQc
and send two into the mid Value ONLY I7
overwhelming vote margins led men and no matter what your muscular 79c
this Longhorn line stampede.But die of the ring and you've got preference there has to Calif. (UPI- No. 2 fullback Mike Kuklensklwith

at best his play was justa be a head man In the department Rival coaches shuddered today a broken leg minutes after !

shade better than that of such Pro Grid Teams as they thought of facing two Douglas was hurt.If e LAWN SPRAYER
teammates as tackle Staley But show me, over the long
Faulkner and guards George Begin The Battle haul, who did better than more years of Jim Grabowskl there was a turning pointin I
Brucks and Tommy Nobis. "Koo." after watching the sophomore the game, both coaches I

Staubach who was thrown for Of Dolled Line One year ago at this time he fullback pulverize the Washington agreed, It came when Siler 3 GAL SIZE

55 yards In losses by this raging I didn't know whether he ever Huskies in leading Illinois fumbled in the closing seconds t as sT
front foursome, wound up I By United Press International would be a major league pitcher LONG LASTING
with to a 17-7 victory in the Rose of the first half and Bruce Ca-
a deceptively impressive again. He had developed serious
'Pro football teams moved Bowl. pel recovered on the Washington

looking passing record of 21 hits trouble with a finger on HANDY
in 31 tries for 228 yards both i fast to sign up stars who competed I his left hand and lost about The 19 y e a r old Chicago IS. With two seconds re' grass stop
Cotton Bowl records. Ed Orr in the New Year's Day half the season While he was youngster was voted "player of maining, the Illinl got on the I CARRYING STRAP I
caught nine of them for another bowl james as soon as their gone, the favored Dodgers blew the game" and drew the praise Scoreboard on Jim Planken- yf mbrvm) ( I VALUE
bowl high. amateur careers were over, and the pennant.But of both his own coach and rival horn's 32-yard field goal to. VALUE I 10.05 ALUMINUM
But, his moments of satisfac- : the National Football League's it could have been worse Coach Jim Owens for gaining make the halftime score 7.3. imuwscs $1.69
Philadelphia Eagles landed a 125 yards rushing, more than Washington had scored mid
"They thought, at one time, ACE PRICE
big one In American guard the entire Washington backfieldwas way In the second period after All aluminum
MATCH UNDER that they might have to amputate -
I'IKBHAGERSTOWN. Bob Brown of Nebraska able to pile up. Fred Custardo fumbled and the:
the he said 40 ft. 4 'In.
finger x
Ind. (UPI-) The .foot. 4'4. 175 pound "Grabowski certainly had Huskies' center John Stupey .
"There blood clot and Rolled
was a edge
A proposed return flyweight title Brown came to terms shortly himself an outstanding day run- recovered on the Illinl 27
bout between Hiroyuki Ebibara after playing a major role in maybe I'd never have been ning and deserved the 'playerof A Siler to end Joe Mancuso $595
able to the of the
of Japan and Pone King- Nebraska's 13-7 victory over regain use the game' award," said Illinois pass gained 18 yards and half ACE
hand as far as pitching was
pitch of Thailand has come under Auburn in the Orange Bowl. concerned." Coach Pete Elliott. back Dave Kopay ran seven 97 PRICEMAKE
fire from the World Boxing Terms were not announced, but Although Owens would not ad- yards to score around end.
'Association (WBA). Arch Hind it was debieved the Eagles back.So he came back All the way mit one player could make the George Donnelly's\ first Interception Economy Durability Performance

nan, WBA. executive secretary topped $18000 per year plus a difference between winning and In the third period
AU he did
has wired boxing groups in the liberal bonus to outbid the Den was: losing Washington's hopes for opened the door and the Illinl
Lead the National League
two countries that Kugpetch, ver Broncos of the American an upset victory were dashed drove 32 yards to score the go- 5 YOUR
who lost the title to Ebihara on Football League the second year In a row in when quarterback Bill Douglas ahead touchdown with Jim Warren .. r
a first-round kayo at Tokyo The NFL grabbed the lion's earned run average with a sensational suffered a dislocated knee with racing the final two yards I WALLS

Sept 18, would fight his way share of the bowl stars who 198, break with his own the game only four minutes old. Then at the start of the fourth .1
record for strikeouts 306.
back into contention signed on the dotted line. I Set a major league record for Bill Slier, who missed nine period after Donnelly made his I 4 1 1k WORK FOR
Three nt- Rrnufit*-! Nebraska games.because of Illness, tried second Interception, Grabowskiled
shutouts by a lefthander with
teammates signed with; NFL 11. valiantly to fill the gap but was the Illinl 85 yards in 17 YOUMANY

teams tackle Lloyd Voss with Share with Juan Marichal of rusty after only two weeks of plays and plunged over from
the Green Bay Packers 253- I practice The Huskies also lost the one.
the Giants for most victories, USES
\\SunAcres pound tackle Monte Kiffin with
with 25 which was the most f
the Minnesota Vikings, and line
wins by a lefthander since
backer John Kirby, also with 2ft.xZft.PEG
"King Carl" Hubbell in 1936.
Old Winter Hovn-loli.loii< the Viking
Set a World Series strikeout
Hlq! way Slot Rr. 142 The Vikings also picked up record of IS in winning the
two Auburn players halfback of the classic
opening game BOARD
FEATURES COUNTRY George Ross their No. 1 choice from the Yankees g

LIVING AT ITS BESTI and end Howard Simpson. And win the fourth and final
The Dallas Cowboys of the game for the Dodgers for a
NFL signed their No. 4 choice,
sweep which never had been
You'll/ Have A ChoiceOf quarterback Perry Lee Dunnof accomplished against the perennial VALUE 49C79c
Mississippi, who ales bad
and erstwhile world
2, 3 or 4 Bedrooms been drafted by San Diego of champions NEW YEARIN

\Ito OR 2 lATHS the American Football League, He has to be the best, And I
and also signed Ole Miss tackle Il
the peculiar bit la that next
TERRAZZO FLOORS William W. Hall A 1964.
year he may even com up Ace PRICE
IUILT IN RANGE Three stars of Alabama, conqueror better.
of Mississippi In the Sugar I

Bowl, signed pro contracts MODEL 927
THI HOMIS IN two In the NFL. Princeton Shoots
SUN ACRES FEATURE Fullback Mike I Fraethla
signed with the St. Louis Cardinals 52.6 Per Cent 16" TRICYCLE
of the NFL and Steve'
Wright a 241'pound tackle, with Davidson Belter BUY IN TOWN Sturdily builtBeautiful ELECTRIC
I the Green Bay Packers.The .
Eger Conrrete Houston Oilers of the II III By United Press International red and white 22 CUP
AFL signed Alabama halfback COME TO. .
Benny Nelson. Basketball coaches dream BEAUTIFUL
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. Minute Maid Offers Free Plant Tours I Fire Practice I Nixon Rests In SeclusionMIAMI VA Official their any dependent affairs.matters- pertaining or survlvoriwHh to
-Free guided tours of) the Minnie am. and 1 and 2:30: pm.tClu.e cessing plants, but plant Improvements CHICAGO (UPI) The New (UPI Former tel. Howard H. Enlow,County Officer veterans
York Central Railroad has sold Hotel H. John> for Polk County, announced NO SALE
of the hazards present and relocation of Vie President Richard Nixon manager Mild Company citrus processing England (VPD-
its station at Matteson III. for today that GOSPORT
In Auburndaleresumed around machinery of the equipment and facilities atLeesburg frequently mentioned as apossible hue said Nixon "cam on the a representativefrom 23-'eu-old ..al1oor
plant 11 ao volunteer firemen can set John Lynci a
today it was announced -type used In processing plants,! and Plymouth during it ablaze.t] and practice fightingfires. GOP presidential candidate spur of the moment to getaway I the Office.County Bartow Veteran, Florida Service has gone on a t two day hunKer
today by Charles harper, children under 10 will not be the past year have necessitated was resting here todayin for a while. lie said the I will be in Winter Haven Tuesday strike at the submarine
revisions. The volunteers will have seclusion. I former vice president plannedto base here because British navy
tour guide.Three allowed on the tours.In tour route "The a at the Old City Hall Bide.
through past years, tours have also'revisions, however will not be lot of fun," said Frank Tighe Nixon arrived here Tuesday stay "a couple of dl)'.." I(courtroom) corner Sixth and officials turned down hit appll.cation
tours untU the end of May, been offered at the ompan,'. completed In time for the 1964 real estate manager for the night and took a three bedroom,I Donohue said Mrs Nixon did Central Ave., from a.m. to to, buy himself out of) the
Saturday start each day at 9 end 10.30: Leecburg and Plymouth) pro-I tour season. railroad suite at the Key Biscayne Ho not accompany her husband. 14 pm. to assist veteran and service officers said today.

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II Traffic Regulations Tightened For 1964Continued Diseases Show\ heart disease in Florida disease class come to which this in the category chronic la theItau' Is Do you fiddllDeT'I matron PlumbIDa.HeaUoooUalnfo.Bureau, yon: should consider .. I

the installation of a thermostatically
Number One killer cause the
( From Page One) tersection, on a crosswalk, between ride in such a position as tD Ity from t doctor. Veterans Increase In 64 causing then cold ao controlled shower
over one-third of all deaths
Intersection, or Into an alley, s safety tone and adjacent Interfere with the driver's view should furnish a statement from keep 'faucet mixing valve
I said Dr. James E.
private or driveway, shall yield ) curb, alongside or opposite ahead or to the aides. the Veterans Administration. director of the board's Divisionof

the right of way to any vehicle any streeet excavation, upon 18 Riding In a house trailer 28. Turning Right on red traf JACKSONVILLEInfectious Chronic Diseases DAilY CROSSWORD

approaching from the opposite I any bridge or other elevated* while it is being moved on a fie signals are prohibited o-it- diseases, mainly among children. He said cancer Is Number ACRO e.Battle 24.Toung

direction which Is within the structure upon a highway highway is prohibited. side municipalities except where struck many more Flor. Two on the list and that this becomes I.Wall recesa formation bird t
clover lest right turn lanes ire Idlins in 1963 compared with more a problem as the a Exclama.o I.Bitter 25.Needle ,
intersection or approaching In front of a public or private It TV Sets In view of the provided and marked with yield 1 lion of vetch apeI'
1962 and the population grows older. Stroke
close to marked rise
enough at driveway, within IS feet of a driver are prohibited. signs. is the third greatest killer. disgust e.Cat'l foot lure
Immediate hazard. fire hydrant, within 20 feet of 20 Coasting on s downgrade Right turns are permitted in caused Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, Dr. Fulghum said 1963 figures, IL Loafer 7.Strut 21.S12. t
This ia a very Important polnl a crosswalk at an Intersection with the vehicle in neutral gear the city of Orlando and Winter director of the State Board of based on data for the first nine Conecloua. 6.Circle shaped 1
In that
the channel
one every of light worm
driver should know 11. No person shall open the Is prohibited. Park unless signals are muted Health's Bureau of Preventable months of the! year, show In- wh..la t.Region 28.Per1L -
7. For vehicles entering a stopor door of a motor vehicle on the 21 Riding Double on two to the contrary (no turn on Diseases, to warn parents! they creased deaths among the following A. dlvlalOft 10.Compaas fume
yield Interaction, the preferential side available to moving traf. wheel vehicles prohibited. This red, move on green only, no should be more alert about In 1963 over 1962: heart, ef Great point aL Heels 'oO
right of way may be In fic unless and until It II reasonably applies to bicycles, motor acoo. turn on red during school bouts, vaccinations 19.016 to 20,853; cancer 8,814 to Bdtsin. 1L Rope with tenon Yen.dar's Aaswte
safe to do so, nor ers and motorcycles. In orderto etc.). 8,502; and stroke 6,219 to 6,571. 15 Overacw running sound
dicated or yieldsini Grownups fared bit better
by atop signs a
should door be left open longer Most 18. Homed knot 34.GlO.IY. 39.Engantflruminant
ride other cities In Florid
authorized State Road more one periOD than children far
by than necessary to load or unload so as flu and 28.Chemical surfaced prlnceu
Denartment. Except when dl- on a two wheeled vehicle requires do not permit right turns on hepatitis (a liver infection) were SkyscrapersFor 17.To be ending fabric 40.Hollywood
rented to proceed by a police 12. passengers.Drivers required to I a teat, handle bars or red lights unless they are so concerned but more tuberculosis connected :0.Sodium 35 Remaining celebrity
officer or traffic control signal, stop at railroad crossing hand grip and a safe place Indicated by I sign ill the Intersection was found in 1963 titan la 1962. JapanTOKYO with nitrate 38. Affirm U. Spread
any to securely place the feet. 11.Moslem 21.Sum 17.Sandy tract grass
every driver of I vehicle approaching declared dangerous by the State "There simply Is little or no up
a stop Interjection Road Department, except at a 22. Following within 500 feet 27. Using Turn signals fli shin excuse for such widespread (UP) Plans for title 22.Cruse ,by the Ie& U.to dry23.Onete
indicated by a Hop' sign shall crossing where there la a gateor of or parking within I blockof g on one side on I parkedor cases of so-called\ children's diseases the construction of several whom sugar En. Resort
stop and after having stopped I watchman. It Is the responsibility a fire engine while It I II disabled vehicle or ss I when vaccination la 'skyscrapers"' in this earth property II t'1. 3 .. s r J 8 oJ0
shall yield the right of way to of railroad companies responding! to an emergency I II courtesy "do pass" gesture Is simple and inexpensive," Dr. quake-prone city were announced transferred
any vehicle which has entered to mark their crossings prohibited. prohibited. Sharp said "Children can be today. The tallest will 21. Noblemen II .J.
the Intersection from another .ocordin g to I.w. 23. Pedestrians ittifl be- subject 'I 28. Red or Blue lights visible immunized when they are from be only 24 stories, but this will 29.Threes: 14
highway or which Is approaching 1. 13. Parking lights must be to traffic control signals from the front of I vehicle are a few weeks to a few months be higher than any previous carte lj
ao closely on said \highwayas displayed when parked along at all intersections Where sidewalk prohibited. Also flashing lights old against most of the communicable building in Jipan. 10.drawer Chat ot Iii I.n. .
to constitute an Immediate highways. Every vehicle shall 1 are provided no pedestrian art prohibited except to indicate diseases which directly Among buildings planned or .Hla: Fr. lj
hazard during the time which be equipped with one or more shall, unless required bjr s left or right turn. affect them. Some of under construction are the 17. 33. Moat i 11 A7 id, 4) 0:00a5. :
such driver Is moving acrossor lights which, when lighted, shall other circumstances, walk along 29. Safety Chains are le them die, and these deaths! are story Otani Hotel and a 24- painful
within the Intersection. display a white or amber light and upon the portion of a road quired rnllo trailers. needless in most instances" story office structure for the Bnll, u J.I J.1. o3 l4 w tw
!. Parking within 30 feet of visible from a distance of 500 way paved for vehicular traffic. 30. ; exterior of a The following diseases dropped Tokyo city government. boat 19
any rural mall box Is prohibited feet to the front of the vehicle, Where sidewalks are not vehicle is prohibited except In in 1963 compared with 1962: bottom 1.1 1 'l;:
between 8 a m. and S p,m.I. and a red light visible from a provided pedestrians shall walk authorized parades or in auth. flu| 7,068 cases against 12,240; 41.: Sad cry A J
Upon any highway outsideof dsitance of 500 feet to the rear only on the shoulder on the left oriied professional exhibitions. hepatitis 585 against 884; and JFK Eulogized 43.To Occurrence be frugal
a municipality, no person of the vehicle. side of the roadway in relation diphtheria 25 against 44. 44: Barrier t$
shall stop, park or leave atand- 14. Full Headlights (not parkIng to the pedestrian's di. These d I s e a a e a increased: In VenezuelaCARACAS .5. Fealhert
fog any vehicle, whether .t. lights) are required while rection of travel, facing traffic Decker Will chicken pox 4,959 cases against soot, jt iIo Sl V.-; :%% 19 H ow
tended the paved or main 4,176 German measles (UPI) President Cornered
upon driving during twilight, rain, which may approach from the ; 1,004 :;: 4t 04" ofLNeu
traveled part of the highway smoke or fog or at night. opposite direction. against 498; measles 4,873 Romulo Betancourt eulogized Wrath
when it is practical to stop, 15. Headlights Must be dim. 24. When Traffic control signal against 2,876; scarlet fever 418 the late John F. Kennedy n OWN 44 -ISf
park or so leave such vehicle med when approaching within are not in place or not Replace Otte against 233; tuberculosis 1,527 Wednesday as "the first US.
off such part of said highway. 300 feet of the rear of any in operation the driver of a against 1,374; and whooping President who ever took I sin A Notion eertaln 4p il
Id every event an unobstructed 587 362. Interest In the of
cough against cere problems
vehicle you are overtaking as vehicle shall yield the right of beach plcnlo
width of the blRhway oppositea About 70 per cent of deaths Latin America." 1'1
standing vehicle shsll be left well as when approaching with- way, slowing down or stoppingIf At Lake Alfred
for free psssage of other vehicles. In 500 feet of any oncoming need be to so yield, to a
vehicle. pedestrian crossing the roadway .
This section shall not applyto 16. The Driver of I vehicle within a crosswalk when Lake Alfred City Commissioners -
the driver or owner of any shall not back the same unless the pedestrian Is upon the lulf will have
I new member -
vehicle which Is disabled such movement can be made of the roadway which the vehicle
passenger carrying buses or or with safety and without interfering f II traveling, or when the In 1964 and one of the 2 Fri. and Sat.
where highway conditions render with other traffic. pedestrian is approaching so hardest working, most out Days Only
such parking off the paved 17. No Person shall drive a closely from the opposite half spoken members will be retie
portion of the highway hazardous vehicle when It Is so loaded of the roadway as to be Indang.r. ing.

or Impractical. or when there are In the front Alvin Decker, retired farmer
10. Except when necenary to seat such a number of persons 25. Disabled persons are exempt
avoid conflict with other trafficor exceeding three, as to obstruct from paying parking fees from Illinois, a resident for the
Floor Odds & Ends One of Kind
In compliance with law or the view of the driver to the when vehicle I I. identified with past six years of Lake Alfred, Samples a -

directions of officers, no person front or sides of the vehicleor proper stickers. These are available will replace Bob Otte, service
shsll stop, stand or park a vehicle as to Interfere with the for 50 cents at auto license station owner, long a resident
on the roadway side of any driver's control over the drlv- department of county tax here. Otte did not run for reelection MARKED DOWN for IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE
vehicle stopped or parked on a jig mechanism of the vehicle. collector, and requires a statement I
street, sidewalk within an In No passenger in a vehicle'shsll concerning the dill bU. saying the Job took
---- -- ao much of the time ha ihmiM
-- -- -----

be devoting to business. Otte 4 DRAWER FULL SIZE One Drawer
i has always been a real booster

for Lake Alfred, and he is presently

SUPER MARKET activated a member Chamber of the of newly Com CHESTS PANEL BEDS NilE STANDSReg.

D&JLean 437 AVE. T NE merce, where his knowledge of

city affairs will be invaluable. Reg. Reg .

Sam DeVito was re-elected toa
FLORENCE VILLA aecond term in the October $59.00 $28 $39.00 $14 $39.0 $14

Meaty Spare election, and both he and Deck.

er will be sworn in at the regular NOW. NOW. NOW. .
meeting of the commission

RIBS 1.1 29 on Monday evening, Jan. 6, following -

SPECIAL take care the of meeting old business.which will

Other members are Winston 5-Piece Twin Bedroom Suite NOW 5123

Lawless, James Telford and .

Ga. SLAB SMOKED FLA. GRADE "A" Richard Brumbaugh. Telford
baa been mayor for the past SOLID
4Pc. Walnut Bedroom Suite $96sSSrasr
BACON year, and it la expected that WOOD flOW
FRYERS be will be renamed by the HOs.

Slice W It* LI, 29* WHOLE commission.Legal Advertising (::: :;: 4Pc. Modern Bedroom Suite S118

Not. Adv. KENLEA Italian Provincial Regularly Over $450.00!
X.tlr* T. Cn.ll.raIN
Tee: couNTy JflXlE'i: 4Pc. White Bedroom Suite AFlo sample 196
2 7cBea (01HT COUNTY IN' AiD fLOHlUA FOR POLK r .. .. . NOW


ONIONS 2Lsl9c To An Creditors and Persona Han
ni Claim or Itonwnd Against
Bald Eitau:
You and each of you. an hr-
by notlflid to flit In duplicate all 100% Nylon Genuine Foam Rubber
U. S. NO, I claim and demand which you Choose from Over
iar* (Unit the out of Mjrrtl Foam Cushioned
Lynch. dMMMd. In the office of Contemporary82INCH
3 Richard A Bronxm County Judu.
POTATOESGA.RED I: 9 at lib offlr In th. Court Nouns 2. PC. Dual Purpose
It Barlow month Florid from, within December six calendar 12" 150 Sofas SOFA

M3, which I* th* dt of the fiat
publication of this nolle Earn SOFA
claim or demand mint b* In wrlt- $
Ing must state th. plac of rt- I at guaranteed Reg. A

10) 8 For $1 00 the done claimant and port mull office b* sworn addren to and of $239.00 ]) } I 6
TOMATOES mull b* tiled an .afomald or else Oii to
e e e e CAN, some will Genre become Thomai void.Lynch BEDS NOW savings you prices NOW .

William I. BroslecEa.eutore


RICE i 3 9 BACONIAG p Winter.It O.,..Box for Karen S7S Executors. Pie.Dee. Nat. Adv. Simmons Twin Size Bedding. Floor Sample Discounts!

B.LI II, 11. Jt, IMS. Jan. I 1M4Noll
Not. Adv, SOUTHERN *
I Mattress & Box 66
T* Creditor* CROSS 352 ColI.On.ColI Innerspring Spring
11'1 '
3 $100 THE COI'NTT armoir'aconey :
cns wi v
m RE, i>: TATi rJRIII4 Not. Asir U.S. RUBBER REG.
CHESTER T. BONNHALTFR.Drreenod Genuln.Foam Rubber Mattress & BOX Spring $157.00 NOWGOOD $97

Pe All Creditor and Persons Hay.int .
Claim or Demand Aialiutild

You Eitat and each of pets are hereby Not, Adv. CARTER L.CJ'
notified to til* In duplicate all UII Washable Plastic:
claim, and demand which you Save 5001
SUGAR549CLimit have amnrt the mate of CMstrT. Countour Chairs TO
Bnnnhalter decraned In the ..,. Armless
race' of Richard Bmnaon County
Jm'j*. at hi* office In the CourtHouse Soft.Touch Washable Plastic
at Bartow Florida, within ON LARGE
.U calendar month (mm JanuaryI All Foam Seat ii Beck Occasional 1 Chairs
I I which I le in* def. of th*
I with ; n of this nolle
$ .,$ order Each: claim or demand mum ben Nat Adr. Only Lounge Chair
writ Inn. must late the plan' ofvuldence
4 Ie .
and peel office addreeaf for $129.00 $ $14

SUNNYLAND MELARD FRESH and the mud claimant be filed mud a* .be...sworn... ... or to 67 1 By Prestige b Stratford $2'.00 is NOW
RIB & IM same will .become foldFichanire
National Bank
GROUNDBEEF PepartmentPT Winter Ht. ...' Tract

Cum Teitamento Annex

, STEWBANANAS or 1 P0.f flummerlin Tfa Bon Connor 7H, and Connor 7.Pc.'O:TOCA DinetteLIKE MATHE

3-11 Winter Attorney. J. *Haren.for IS. AHmlnlntratorIan. 2J.1XHKrr.mra Florida NEW '

JAR 2 9' Nnrirr. errvvlnie: Tn Sold for $3 7
nrririots NAMBNolle $129.00NOW
3 $1 3 L1S S 1 On-
I I. hereby Intend elves to that r lter lb.undersigned Only, of

with $..,$ order with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court FURNITURE
.i>( Polk County. Folrlda. pursuant Foam Rubber3Pc. Winter Haven Inc.
to Chapter *) M. Law of Florida
Act of 1941 LefUlatur a. amend-
'": by Chapter MTSO: Laws of Sectionals
Florida Act of 1SS1 Lerlilatur. SIXTH ST. AT AVE. J N.W.
| 'h* flrtltlou. fiame t-wtf .1..- Fair. Condo ,
3 2ff Pays Packair Store, under which
. . t E hey Coleman ar enrared Road la km I tie* at IDS NOW. 24 OPEN TIL 9 P.M. FRIDAY EVENINGS

Lucille A. Smith
I>ot. 12. 11, at, 1t6l, Jan 3U

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!oy'. OolMng Catches Fir.ExGI I

Saves Youngster's LifeThe Winter Haven Daily N ief

fut action of Bill Wood and was, with his wife, visiting Winter Haven Hospital there

I lIS serviceman visiting bit his grandmother, Mrs Hazel be was treated for burns of )faYOlo

grandmother, may hive saved Branson, 8181 Ave U, NW the abdomen, chest, cheeks, The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Reed It First In The News-Chief' Cif Of The World
the life of a three-year old Mrs Wood said she heard '
chin, wrists, hands, and right
Winter Haven boy Wednesday children shouting and jumped up '
after the youngster's clothes apparently from the dining table when she thigh, according to Dr. Alden 53-No 81 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

caught on fire while saw a child running around Ryon who administered the

be was playing with sparklers with "his clothes flaming") treatment

Robert Bailey, ton of Mr. and She said she screamed and Robert'a condition la fair, Dr.

Mr: John Bailer, 3123 Ave. U, when her husband saw what Ryon reported today with most
NW was reported to have been was happening, he ran into the ly second degree burns, but he

playing in the back yard when back yard, caught the child, will probably stay in the hospital Goldwater Will Seek GOP

his garments caught on (ire and rolled him over on the i 1 for several weeks

He was spotted by Mrs: Wood, ground until the flames were Dr Ryon also IBid a delay
whose husband her recently extinguished In Wood fast action might

left the United States Army The boy was then taken to have been fatal to the boy,

C of C Names Joseph Chmelik Dies

Nomination As President

Frederick ForBeautification At Age Of 92 Years I

Joseph F. Chmelik of 129 that took his fancy, and they: I I
Will Also
I Ave B, SE, one of Winter Ha i were legion. His last letter appeared I Citrus Fares Barry

ven's best known residents for less than two weeks i 9r

Q.- -=.. the past 23 years, and at 92 ago, one of hundreds he pennedover
one of the city's most active the years Like all of Seek ReelectionTo
j citizens, died last night at 9:25 I them, the last one was in his Well Despite ,

o'clock in the Winter Haven own handwriting, in a firm, Jl
p. Hospital clear, concise form that bt'liedhil

lieII'" stricken ill on Christmas years. Senate Seat
morning about 8 o'clock He was born on Oct 12, 187. New Cold SnapBy
while he was getting ready togo In the Bohemian section Cf

to Hames City: to have din Chicago, the son of the late
ner with friends It was a typical Frank Joseph and Katherine United Press International J PHOENIX.[ Arm (UPI-Sen) ,

Y situation, for he had a host Balvln Chmelik The first cold map of 1964 a Barry Goldwater. under pressure

of friends and he was always Actually, he served for 57. sent temperatures plunging Into from thousands of supporters
on the '0, years in the Chicago post office the 20 s In north and central of his conservative vlewa

) A native of Chicago, he was though the first two didn'tI' Florida early today but weather today announced he will seek
an employe of the Post Office count In his record At the age men laid citrus fared well under the GOP nomination for the
Department there for 55 year I' of 13 he became a special de. the protection of smudge poll presidency In 1964.

a until his retirement in 1942. 1 I livery messenger when that aer- As the mercury dropped to 24 The front-running choice of
He and Mrs Chmelik came to vice was established by the at Ocala and 28 at Bartow and the nation conservatives
Winter Haven for the first U.S. Post Office Department in
Gainesville, the extreme south
stepped from his $100.000 man j
time the year before, and after 1884.Two part of the state weathered the
later he took civil rsa.n don to face a gathering of 100 ,
his retirement they est.bllshedtheir years
front with temperatures in the
reporters and in
service examinations and became cameramen a i
home ben
permanent middle So's and forecasters -
WILLARD D, FREDERICK They periodically went north a regular postal employe, predicted allover dazzling sun to make his announcement
a warmer Saturday .
starting as I stamper He moved
during the summers, but the
Willard D. Frederick bus!. Florida He also indicated he would
through the ranks to distributor '
greater part of their lives after up
C nenman and former city commissioner his retirement were spent then station aupcrin The state's citrus belt, which file for election to his Senate
la concentrated around Polk,
bowed hi as chairman in Winter Haven and he con Continued On Page I Col. 1) seat, which probably would besought
Pasco and Citrus
by Arizona Coy Paul
of the Chamber of Commerce aidered himself "not a tourist
counties, had temperatures In
t Fannln if Goldwater the
Winter Haven citizen. gains
Beautification Committee but a .
the high 20'i in low lying
last night at the monthly Mrs Rosa Josephine Seifert Castro Blasts pockets and mucklands rangingup 1 GOP nomination
chamber Board of Governors Chmelik his wife, died on Nov. Goldwater had just concluded
meeting. 13, 1955. They had been married to the 40's on high ground a closed meeting with 30 top \
in the heart of the fruit
Frederick outlined to the 60 years, and bad three political figures from his state,
belt, reported a 28 with heavy
Including Gov Fannln
board the tentative program he children. U.S. Johnson
Frost but weathermen at the
and his .committee wiU pursueIn Chmelik took a keen Interest His right fool In a cast froma
the months to come. Foremost in national and world affair Lakeland Frost Warning ServIce recent operation to remove a

in this program will be -and-- in thai-- of hi, adopted MIAMI (UPI Fidel Castro__ .: I said fruit in the area was calcium deposit on his heel, the
the beautification of U.S. 17 community particularly the waved his sword at the US spared as grove owners" were TURNS IN YS-Am.I Bixenman, right, turns in the keys of hit motorized mail Arizona senator appeared

'from the Winter Haven city: Winter Haven Tourist Club, Thursday, warned against another up artificial all night"firln, trees with carrier to local Postmaster" Luther Reel for the last time at he retires after 25 yurt of tanned and healthy He blinkedIn

I limits to the intersection of 17- which he served as president in invasion attempt and set heatTallahassee .rvic. with Winter Haven Post Office the morning sun and then began -
'12 at Lake Alfred. Frederickaald 195-45-47 had a 28 with __ .... reading his prepared statement
the stage for 1964 by blaming ---
lighting; plans and plans One of his favorite avocations President Johnson for sinking a moderate frost and Tampa felt

'Ifor shrubbery and plants are be. was writing letters to the patrol boat in Cuba a predawn 32 which was two Postal Employe Goldwater faced television

ling completed. A meeting will Editor of the Winter Haven The bearded premier, in a degrees colder than Boston camera mounted on a platform ..

I be held with city and county News-Chief on almost any topic two-hour and lyminut* apeec! Jacksonville ajldDaytona Beach IPostalReceipts I ,at I both sujreraU under cot ;
a 31
|commisalonen to obtain the commemorating the sixth year : Ing picturesque Camelback
Decenary financing for the of his rise to power, predicted"the Miami. and Key-Wei escapedthe Retires After Mountain about a mile away In

project Warren) Seckel, chairman of Hoover Bares years revolution and 100 years will complete" 50 57 respectively cold front) ,with a 50 and a 34 .Per Cent Increase the The Valley Republican of the leader's Sun. last

The Service
the said
promotions His speech, monitored here, public appearance was in the
the lliis Cheerleader USA contest said there might be some very i 25 Years On Job
65 minute cattle town of Prescott ,
was preceded by a Aril .
was progressing well and U.S. Red Plot light damage groves in .ow. Postal receipts at Winter Haven < area for the cooperation they last weekend
parade of Soviet-built weapons where he dedicat
the contest bad received favorable that be said will enable bis lying areas of the north.centra Pod Office for 1963 were demonstrated during the rush I ed the new city ball
citrus belt but It would take period.
publicity In the national
: regime "to fight against the up 34 per cent over 1962, Luther Ames Bixenman, 325 Lake Prescott Ja the site of the trot
cheerleader magazine. Socket: WASHINGTON (UPI) An several days to tabulate the lie pointed out that seven
also said the Air Derby, scheduled American Communist party plot best units of the Imperialistarmy effect of the cold Reel postmaster, announced new ehiployes had been added Howard Drive SW, has retired Goldwater. store, now a multi-
of the United States"Referring million dollar chain
for Jan 18, has received: to exploit what the party: described to h I RUIII.nbltkeu. I The Florida forecast called today to the staff of the local office from the Winter Haven Post ment storesDespite of depart.
applications from as far away as a "drift toward theleft" a for' highs today in the upper Reel said receipts for 1963 to- during 1963 and said he felt Office after 25 of service
Castro added the U Sought years the fact that there
at Texas and Louisiana and 80'. throughout the northern that, "we do need larger qusr
among the nation'a youth talled (260,000, (in round fig
to make Its mind to local were few
Luther Reel
postmaster very
up other
ten Winter Haven Is the only
from all appearances Is head uncovered by the FBI in tart of the state ranging Into
ed for a very; successful run. was 1963. accept his regime as "perma the 70's In the extreme south urea), while 1962 receipts were major office in the county that announced today j (Continued on Page 6, Col. I)
The board discussed and pent"Csatro'a only $417,000. ha* not been enlarged". Bixenman
place who has been a I
FBI Director J Edgar Hoover The pointed out,
attack the Prealdenthie postmaster
theme for the chambers _installation told of the Red youth schemein since on Johnson however 16 cent of the increase Reel said a recent spare survey I motorized carrier for the put J
first per
dinner and annual banquet his year-end report to Atty. took office-came in the latter Council( Elects was due to the increasein was made by the Post OffIce two years, has been on thesame Rotarians Hear
Although no format was
Department but results are city route for the past
Gen Robert F. Kennedy, released rates from 4 cent,
his which
of speech,
settled upon. ideas brought out part apparently not yet knownMcCutcheon, 20 years, Reel aald Before the
He also noted first
Thursday.: to 5 cents an ounce on
for bis
set the stage
by members of the board Indicated route
a theme centered around the FBIs Investigation of the 964 line against the U.S. At class mill. man, 85 was, had motorized, Blxen Jack
Eagle Lake walked or riddena Brown On
the new junior .college. assassination of President Kennedy Central Intelligence Agency In total mall volume, Reel bicycle for 23 year
and of the murder of civil agents placed a mine beneath said, "we handled about a mil Is
The board was told by chamber Reel said Blxrnman estl
rights leader Medgar Evers in the hull of Cuban PT boat lion more pieces In 63 than In
president John Carpenterthat a The Eagle Lake City: Council mates that during the 23 yearsof
voting for or against national Mississippi that exploded Dec 23, killing organized for the new year 02 walking and bicycle riding Air FacilitiesJack
accreditation .S. Hoover said that last October three Castro charged. Mall for the Christmas sea
the V
by crewmen be
last night as three new members Slated To HeadCommissioners covered enough miles to "go
C of C. would be done at the delegates of the Communist "Since the CIA does not acton were sworn in and FrankD eon alone was at about' a he 10 added per around the world three times", I'I
Party U.S.A. met in Chicago"to cent Increase over 82, I
April board meeting Carpenter its own but takes orders Wood was elected president. When Bixenman started with
said this! would give the accreditation lay: the groundwork for anew from the US government"Castro Mayor M H. Means administered It was the first time Tangerine the Winter Haven Post OfficeIn Brown, pilot and operator
used to provide of the
national organization was Winter Haven
study committee youth said, "we can th.tPrealdent 1938, there airportat
say the oath of office to W, were only four I
aimed at exploitation of what space for handling the Christmas : Gilbert Field told Rotarians
time to completely examine the Johnson is responsiblefor S. Daniels, L. D. Woodard and carriers There are 21 carriers
accreditation the party describes as a drift rush and things went yesterday noon that the ponlbility -
plan.E. I the blood ipilled here. F B. Varner to the today, Reel noted.
L. Davis, executive: vicepresident toward the left among youngpeople. The Cuban premier denounced open smoothly.: I I I of a feeder line into the
meeting Reel calf he wished to thank local field rather
was remote.
of the chamber
gave U.S. policy toward his na-
the Education committee I report, I He said the party's general lion as "ridiculous and without anlels Elected with Wood was the Christmas mailers In the "At the present time we havea

Davis said he felt that the Win secretary Gus Hall, stipulated glory" and said he doubted cllmen as vice president Coim- --- Fruit Shipments certified air taxi at the field,
were appointed
ter Haven offer of the golf that the youth movement\, President Johnson's sincerity in to head all checked out, and can take
: the various
(Continued on Page 8, CoL 3) (Continued On Page 6 Cot 2)'' calling for world peace, follows: Wood city finance departments; Wnnd.rd as. Voters HurryTo Daily earloadlnm (In boxes) United passengers States to day any place or night in the in
from the Fruit and VegetableInspection ;
V.rnrIi ;
water; ; fact we could operate a feeder
John W, Burr, fire Daniels Division: line if "
; necessary said Brown
recreation. By rail, 2,081 grapefruit, 4,545
The speaker said that his
Get On
oranges 5439 tangerines, 1.10V
Various officials were all renamed service was mote adequatethan
temples by truck 9.076
r rb I It4 to their pods, JulienBennett I y I ; grapefruit that of most airlines for
as city attorney; Mrs registration desks h. 11,725 oranges, 1282 lange he la able to fly directly to the
:Minnie R. Holcomb rlnes 338S temples; total 11157 place requested such
as city were swamped throughout Polk as an
I clerk, treasurer and tax col- County ss voter surged to Ret uw grapefruit, 16.270 oranges 13,271tangerines hour and fifteen minutes to Tallahasse -

lector Gordon Dayton as police their: names on the roll in the ? 4.497 temples for a while it takes much
chief; and Robert J. Kennedy biggest registration program shipping total of 46,588 boxes. longer on a scheduled line.

as auditor the county bar ever experienced Cannery receipts, 22,881 grapefruit At the present time there
Also renamed were three em | 152.402 oranges, 1918 tan are 50 planes based at Gilbert

ployes: Joe Pitman, Henry Best The re. registration was i gerlne for a cannery: total of Facilities there can handle-

and Charlie Love brought about by the county -185,201 boxes i (Continued On Page 8 Col. 2)Area's
The Exchange National Bank commissioners' decision last

was again appointed official depository year to redistrict the county la
order to make precinct lines Prosperity Shown B'y

conform with...... thou nf_. does( I
Every resident of the county I WILMER MeCLTCIIEON

Six Boy ScoutsTo must register before April 4 in
Wilmer McCutcheon of Win. In
4I order to vote In the May prlnsries I Bio Jump Banking Assets
This means that acme ter Haven I I. expected to be the i -- --

I ft 6000 person must be signed new chairman of the Polk Financial Institutions In the Her Is the breakdown of

Get Awards up in the next three month. County Board of Commissioner "triangle" area of Winter Haven i bank assets by community in
M For the first month, Super .
visor of Registration Hugh iThe I Auburndale, and Lake Alfred I the area:
American National Bent
The God end Country Award (Continued On Fag I Col 1)) present chairman FloydWood111 showed a combined Increase of
for Protestant of Medulla, said he 11'11I1 j Winter Haven up $1634826
Boy Scoutingwill of $11.419388 in amets from the 1962 figure of $9,713,.
be presented Sunday morn :I step t Wn when the election 1'1 from the 1962 figure of $78.779.- S18 to a 1963 total I of $11,348,'
ing at the First Christian held Irxt He 430 to the .
Tuesday 1963 total of $JO,188. 544
Church during the regular : Now! complied Bank of Lake Alfred
morning Register one term and lint ]jilt : up
worship service
InteresAd in another The First Federal Savingsand $579457 to I 1963 total of $5
Rev James Barnett year
th.j Loan Association of Winter 42742. The 1962 figure
of the church announced I Every: Polk Countlaa mint the poi \ -I Haven showed the greatest In $5063285.

Receiving awarda will register again to be able I* Woods*aid McCutcheon crease its assets being up / Exchange National Bank of
Hugh Plemoni, Russell Hart, vote In tie May primaries, be hi .V-esior $0908052<
r and Is expect over 1962. Total assets 1 Winter Haven up $W.50S
Robert Hart, Byron Johnson, If yo live within the city
ed to bat I the Winter ilavemte.McCuttloo on Dec 31, 1963 were to a 1963 total of $30.753858
James Ward and John Me: limits of Winter Havea. I t.
$35308845 compared to The 1962
was $29,416.351.
I Crackln llartrldge, Lake ReglM ar 47, has been a $18,.400,793 on Dec 31, 1962 Lake Region Bank of Commerce
The presentations will be Cypress Gardens areas, 1M ..com mill j4 for only a year First Federal Savings and I up $391,653 to a 1963
TAG SALES BRISK Despite selling 1,017 end made by Rev Barnett, BiU tae register at city: hail .atUJaa. but Loan
fags yesterday, busmen still good bf .n one of the most Association of Auburn- total of $6,554,536. The 1962 fig-
today the American Legion tag Agency !I. getting customers" out in between one and Cheatwood, local scout director 31.RegUtritlot, actWj'member* of the board. dale showed an increase of lire we* $6162883.
two minutes Sales were running about the and scoutmasters from hoer to Jack $453324 during 1J63 Hi asset Peoples Bank of
semi" at yesterday .t noon today, but a He"waa elected la 1962 to the Auburnda1
various .
steady Influx !tl expected today since it is payday. One of the early tag buyers Is Mrs. troop F ller Aaditoriain are f a.m. on Dee 31, 1962, amounted to up $114768 to a 1963 totalof
The of the scouts District 4 seat He Is former
parents will U I a
,.ID Moaday Ihrengh
Jams Goff, right who got her license plate from Mrs Mildred Herman. receive $3137713 a* compared to $3,' $6 999,2J The 1962 total was
pins at recognition. < Friday. mayor of Lake Alfred 581,036: on Dee 31. 1963. i (1,884,488.(


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