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 15, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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Silver Beaver I American Bank Sets I 9

Winter Haven Daily N ief

Award Won By New Earnings Record

Dr. Griffiths Heading the Hat of 1963 highlight : stalled our T.V. Tellers, the The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The News-Chief' s Capital Of The World

of the American National most modern upto-date drive- -
Bank in Winter Haven in type facility, permitting our
war a new earning! record, An. customers to handle every bent VOL. 53-No. 91 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, I9&4 PRICE FIVE CENTS
u drew Ireland president, told Ing transaction convenientl!,
r stockholders at the annual from their car."

meeting last night Approval was granted by the

I In addition, deposit Dec. SI, Comptroller of the Currency to
reflected an Increase of $2- the American National for trust

i 828,34871 over Dec. SI, 1962- powers in the fall of 1963, and Citrus Light
an Increase of 29.2 per cent Ireland advised that a highl Crop
from $9,678,24937 to $12,504- qualified, experienced trust o ,
,,598.08. Ireland IIld.I ficer would be Joining the

M yt I "Keeping pace with the continued Bank's staff on Feb. 9. I

growth of our communIty Approval was also granted b,
and needs of our customer the comptroller to organize the ,
I !," Ireland stated "we in- American National Bank In
-- Cypress Gardens located adJacent .
to the new Southeast
t Kochan WinsContract American Plaza Shopping design Center.the Of bulldln earl,;)' Warmer Weather

li well on Its way with a completion .
date of late Februar;

For aasured.
-- Climaxing the 1963 report, Ireland
advised that plans were Heaters

Dr. JAMES T. GRIFFITHS Legion Home the drawn remodeling and well and under addition way for to: To Start New Industry Wind I

Dr. James T. Griffith, get the present downtown facilltleiPreliminary Pope
eral manager of Eloise Grove plans provide for: Reduce Threat

Association was awarded vo The contract for the new memorial double and present floor Ipaceof
I unteer scouting's highest award hall of Frierson-Nlchol the bank. Actual constructs I 4
r last night the Silver Beaver. li scheduled to start within 60 :I
Legion Post No. 8 of Winter
Griffiths was one of five Haven was awarded to the days with completion date In Plant To BuildSurfboards To Fruit Trees
scouter of the Gulf Ridg Ralph Kochan Construction Cc. early lummer.
Council to receive the covete I' Directors elected were G
of this city at the post's weekly k I '
award at a dinner held last meeting Tuesday DillhlFive Carlton Dorr, A. G. HancoclJr. wr # LAKELAND (UPI The

night in Lakeland at the clvl firms, whose heads are ., Andrew P. Ireland A. R.I For coldest weather since the
V Mead '
Dr Sterling
center. Klemm
all members of the post sub-
More than 700 people wert milled bids for the structur William L. Haley William E'I 1962 freeze dealt a severe

on hand to honor the recipient which, when completed will! Roe, Howard E. Sands blow today to South Florida'
and to bear an address by V. I cost approximately $125,00 Frederick H. Schultz Car 11 New SportWinter multl million dollar vegetablecrop
Thomas Rice president of the with furnishings. The Kochai Strang Jr. Norman A. Street but the citrus
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. firm war the low bidder. Asbury Summerlm, and Roy C. I I
Griffiths general manager of Summerlin.The I with light damage.
Commander II. R. Summer Haven will have anew
the Association since 195! ville. who signed the contrac organizational meeting of Industry and another hll I| "An eight.hour siege of frost

played a major role in the Capital along with Adjutant Ben Ash the board of directors will beheld expansion plans, it was r>.. In South Florida caused lever
Fund Drive of the Gulf mead and Ralph Kochan the I at the office of Summerlii vealed at today' city commit I damage to tender truck crops,
Ridge Council in 1963. He ia contractor said constructs & Connor at 2 p.m. on Jan. 23 son meeting when approval sub.tropical fruit and ornamental

now serving as chairman of a will start soon and that the Wit given for options on two plants" said the Dade
special Citrus Development building is to be ready for occupancy sites in the Lake Blue Indu.. I County Agricultural Department.
Committee for the new Bo;, within 140 days there Are trial Park. I All available agents were sent
Scout Reservation propert; after. It will be erected on the Champions The new industry, heirs out Into the fields to check frost
near Lake Wales.In Legion's new lite on northwest launched by Dick Pope Sr., of damage to the tender tom a-
addition to present icon Lake Silver. the present two Cypress Gardens and Daniel toes, beam, sugar cane and
I service. Dr. Griffiths ha story hall Is located on Fourtl In ShowA Rains of Winter Haven, is for other crops which supply the
' played an important role He to hat the St., SW in the heart of the Signed assembly line production of nation's dinner tables duringthe
in the past.
scouts business district. The new fact surfboards in conjunction with winter.
served as cubmaster. and lilies will include an auditor national promotion of a lIew Temperature dropped Into the
4 chairman of the troop commit um, several offices and other number of the top champion water sport boat aurfing. 20'. in South Florida and held
tee the council leadership] and the property will be horses in the United for
rooms Pope asked an option on there for more than eight hours
training committee and the landscaped and parking span States will be entered in the three and 'one-half acres sLake early today, long enough to ruin
Council Organization and provided.The Imperial Charity Horse Show Blue where he and his I crops despite exhaustive effort

Committee. active role. building committee reviewed which the Frierson.Nicholi Legion partner plan to go Into production I at artificial heating.
Also playing an the plans for the me Post will sponsor here on of surf boards. Richar Smoking beaten burned
in civic and citrus affairs, Di
morial hall and expressed hope Jan. 31-Feb. 2. Simonda of G. 1.. Simondi, a through the night over much of
Griffiths is a Rotar Horti that actual construction would The show will be held on the sales and contracting compan \I the state ai grower fought the
Club the Florida Florida State Citru. begin the first of the week.. grounds of the Imperial Polk. now located on Fifth St., SW, bitter cold.
Production cultural Society Managers, Aisociition. Members of the building committee Horse Show on the Dundee want a five-acre plot on which ; I "It'i too early to tell mach

and Entomological Society; present were Bill Clark Road where more than 600 to expand the present company now until we have had a chance
chairman Frank Holland Pete animali will be entered. It lathe which has been in existcnc to Inspect the fields," said a
of America.He Snively, Andy Anderson, W. ERynerson .. Slmonds said .
la also a member of SigMa Walter Bell Luther lecond such event sponsoredby many years rail facilities. G ;.no' FuH\ boer **, >*i'*r the J"'lIlolth..past .two will need like will be extcttilve. -
XI. Phi Kappa Phi He am-, );Reel Elmo, Hook. easy Bill: years. and both were accredited Taw proposal-were';* t" annCal) United Fund Drive. TW board let ." damage
Delta. gri
Gamma Sigma Iowa state Unlversity Raider by the American HorseShow ted to the commission by director Carroll Teeter, Andrew Ire. Agent were fearful that the

duated io from 1941 with a Ph.D. B. T. Jones, architect memorial., designed Association the only (Continued on Page 7, Col. ) cold weather may have played

Griffith, W Lake Eloise. I the new such event In the southeast to havoc with the 160,000 acre
Dr. Summerville appointed a ceo. qualify for this honor. sugar cane harvest near Bell
production manager
Dr., became mi committee for the enumeration entries' ; Fund Goal
Eloise Grove in 1954 ens Among the notable Glade.
of veterans In this
of all
stem will be Thunderbird and Cock "Several stations reported sui
has been with the firm ,
The woman's auxiliary Funds DeniedBy
area. Robin two of the finest har I talned temperatures of 21 degrees
W. F. Corley
then.Other scouts receiving the will named cooperate.chairman for the ness horses in the United and there were a few

(Continued On Page 7 Col. 5;) post was and Mri. Hulda S. Glue States; Little Gypsy, world ;;; $146,434 unofficial report of even toweremperaturei
champion Hackney pony; Night ," said the Weather
and Mrs. Claude Brotherton for CommissionFor
Flight world champion road Bureau.

the auxiliary.The census. i I. being conducted horse; Gray Arrow the na I of the Hotel to discuss the plan for The citrus crop got off light,
Grand Jury To nationwide basis by tion' greatest Jumper; and even though temperatures In
on a set the this )'ear' campaign.The
American Legion. Summer Windsor, an outstanding jump. More at Central Florida dropped ai low
the campaign
; goal for this li five
villa said that 250,000 veterans er, valued at 50000. These and year ai 19 degree.
: cent higher than the actual '
per Much of the .tat. citrus had
living in Florida when other entries will appear in 160
Hear KeatingState the last such census was taken (Continued On Page 7 CoL 5)) The Winter Haven City at the Haven 1963 money the raised campaign last year ralaed In the only damaging temperature

i decade ago and he expects I mission today turned down $139,434. The goal wan $146,000. (Continued On Page T Col. 2))
the new one will show from guests for funds for two ; I

Director Beverage Richard Keating Department will (00,000 the( state to at a the million present living tim in. U.S. Panama advertising the city-one: at I Busy "With and the using growth what of the we community have

question about the luck I junction( of Hwy 17 and 92 learned from part campaign Henley Joins
answer A Junior auxiliary pot Lake Alfred and the other in
In I am confident that we can go
awarding of liquor licenses covered: dish supper will beheld
County before a grand Hall Jan. series of central Florida 'over the top' this year" said
Polk at the Legion i
Jury next week. 8, to which all boys 16 to IS To NegotiatePANAMA Suncoast promotional Cross Andrew P. Ireland, Fund presi
the Sunshine
along dent. First Federal
Keating' press secretary )rears of age are Invited to
Duke Newcombe said that i neet the girls. All interestedire tear Yeehaw Junction. Clarence Weaver, executive
Keating would appear before invited and should bring CITY. Canal Zone The commission also I chairman ef director of the campaign, pointed I

the Polk grind Jury either Wednesday heir own covered dish. (;UPI-Panlima agreed today hat the Orange I chapter out that there war a 35 percent
or Thursday of next :o. was abandoning its bus the monthly Increase in funds railed
week. Keating bad earlier said o resume diplomatic relations flee and approved a Council that Decem last year over the 1961 campalgn. -
vita the United States, and the
that either be or someone from Pols Garden Clubs proposal to ''I be one of the This compares to a national -
two countries agreed to
nego- he latter' property on the the year for of only four
would average percent
bin office appear
late "all existing matters" at
State Attorney Glen Darty Cause AlarmSmoke Issue within 30 days of er Interlaken Haven Golf Park.Course for WID'I I board voted unanimously .
Brigham The
has been investigating the successful *
Within hours of the
applicants since before from smudge pots, agree- I The sign at Lake Alfred Service in to retain Clarance Weaverto
Christmas but tae found no used to keep flowers from nent, the American and Pansnaniao -. he new entrance to the said that put on the campaign this
law violation In the awardingof reeling during the night re- flags were raised ilmiltaneously via the four.laned Hwy. 17, of 133 case year, Ed J. Keys has put on
the license Darty asked .tilted in the Winter Haven on brand new and proposed by E. L. Davis, the month. the campaign in the past, and
to before the Fire' Department being calledo .vparate flagpoles in front of te vice president of the the list had started this year's campaign -
Resting appear
grand jury. the home of Dr. W. Terrell ialboa High School in the er of Commerce, and he 4)t"4)i Davenport but Illness will keep him

Robert Lamond Winter Haven .Impson: 1515 Orange Ave., anal Zone. mated the cost of the sign llainca City from working In the campaign.
who has iW, this morning. Student demonstrations over eautification of the site each. There Keys has worked with Weaver -
been restaurant critical owner of the manner Apparently a neighbor thought lying both flags In front of the I'' 12,000. eases before. When he* law last ,
in very which the license were the Simpson house was ablaze, high school set off last week's The Sunshine Parkway Nursing month that he had to go to

awarded i* finally able to I fire department official said. (Continued on Page 7, CoL 6)'.' vas proposed by Dick Pope by Mrs D. the hospital he asked Weaverto

serve liquor at his restaurant who is sparking the proJectaerll" was revealed come down to help him. lie
T. J. Mourey who received of signs tourist will T Col. 6)t) I (Continued on Page T, CoL 4;)

a license for his business on it 40-second Intervals ai
Spirit Lake Road has transferred Canned Heat Is' approach the Yeehaw

his license on Cypress to Lamond'aRestaurant Gardens change hem to Gardena from turn the,west the south Great toward Inur-I'I < Gardens Has Coldest RICHARD L. Henley L. HENLEYRichard 41. of

Road. prea. Muskegon, Mich., hat Joined
Busch Gardens, I
Application for the transferwas Fatal To ThreeThree earpiece ta First Federal Savings and

made Nov 27, three weeks water md Winter Tampa Haven, St among !, Oil Heating Loan Association of Winter Ha.

(Continued On Page 7 CoL 4) -Ttm I I yen as controller .

people are dead and Constable Leon Thornton reported It would cost $1,080 a year chalked up heaters on till 11 *.m. Earlier Henley attended school la
No Frost three more are in critical condition that they picked up hree years for a Winter -it was tourist remarked on the fact Muskegon, graduating worked
high school there. He
In the county hospital laid.Commissioner. (
three ilgn. Pope that this wn the first time
more people yesterdayand
LAKELAND (UPI-The morning from drinking canned beat Tom outdoor at- oil-heated for the recreation departmentof
they'd ever wen
temperature bulletin from i Deputy Constable Fernon took them to the county called the appeal "unfair to or perhaps A food many of them gardcm. Muskegon for two year in
the Lakeland Weather Bureau: 'I' Shiver arrested a man and a hospital in Bartow The three com: mission." The warmed their hand on the a supervisory capacity
Forecast for peninsular Florida for being drunk shorty He war a member of the
woman are Melvin Eugene Daley Car- proved a budget for the day !In heater ai they toured the
for tonight and Thursday The Fire Department for
before noon Monday. Muskegon
thell Bush and J. B. Shipp. ber of Commerce years of ex. Garden I
morning: Elizabeth Joan Chapman five and wn promoted
woman. which was to three shows years
ommlttee ( Only were held
I Thornton said that to Dick Pope
they were
Partly cloudy and not so cold. 43 year* old died yesterday ill such projects, he said. was 30 instead of our because of the to lieutenant. lie also served
north to northeast winds. in "bad condition. Their fires Municipal
Light in the hospital. you want to expand that : morning cold. The staff had to get the si treasurer for the
Lowest temperature for tow The man Dewey Almond. were swollen, all they could notion and ask for an above 42 de Icicles off the jumps before the Employee Federal Credit Un-
ground locations: I Whitehead age 54. ii in serious see was whit and their legs I ional $3,0007" the day. first show could go on, which Ion.
Suwannee and Gainesville district condition. Both are from were partially paralyzed.The Henley served In the army
I He told Davis that ; have been delayed the opening perform
21 to 32. Pocket and sudden
Eloise. reason for the ust going to have to find recorded- once paratrooper during the war,
xnucklands 26. Scattered frost. I This morning at 2:51: a.m. rash of deaths from the canned making 35 jumps lie served
Firing started again
in your 12 and 13, was a
cast coast district 36 the sheriffs office found the heat li formula. noney
Upper : a new The ludget." average for little before 7 o'clock last night overseas In the Philippines,
to 40. body of 52 year old Charles new cam are a different color Okinawa and Japan and was
Indicated !that! the and continued until 9 o'clock
Davis ; ai it was
Central districts: 34 to 38. Helms of Elois He had aparently than the old cm and art libeled In MacArtnur's Honor Guard.
will to raise this morning. The temperature
sitter try ,
Pocket and mucklands 12 to 34. died from drinking the differently. They are After returning he attended
the fate of ranged from 30 to 13>4 degree
noney, although were more
Scattered light frost canned heat clearly marked "Poison. I
: :: Muskegon School of Business
still laid there dam-
in Pope was no
Indian River district: :38 to ... This morning at 7:02: the Thornton said that there area two proposals was taking the executive business
James Vaughn who owns the age to the Gardens. Th* squirrels
Everglades district Eastern heriff office found Horace R. number of other persons in I temper-I ourie. He served ai account-
Cab and launched 20 appeared to have darker
Glade.: M to 44. Western Glades Lewis dead in his home in'inter the same area who have been age the detrimental ant and bookkeeper for Musegon -
Co. to coats today only
: 35 to 40. Patches of frost Haven. Lewis, 59 yean I< drinking the new canned beat, Federal Saving and
service between Eloise this to the effect of two nightsof
Immokalee area: M to 40. old apparently died from the but>> they would Dot go to the I bUI I i
leIt the firing. I I (Continued Ou Fag T CoL t)
Patches of frost canned heat .| county bospltaL j (Continued On Page 7 CoL I .


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to this writer-It I.I taken for ; Pops Orchestra

,I The Citrus Scene benefit granted from that the Its agriculture entire state Police Report Sets RehearsalThe

so why shouldn't the bankerIn Winter Haven Pops Or-
By JACK GURNETT tines In one of the experiment Lincoln or the departmentstore k. Two Car CrashOver theatre will rehearse Thursdayat

The Florida Citrus Reporter station labs. owner pay this mite towards 7:30: p,m. at the Weetwood
Then he showed a "kinescope"of Y
Bob Rutledge, the dapper and a commercial being used in the advancement of his r $1,300 damage wit reported Junior High School.
quick-thinking: executive vice Des Moines to advertise the state and his economy? last night when two Rehearsal will be under the

president and general manager product-which advises the consumers The Science editor of the cart collided at Havendale direction of the orchestra. con-

oXJlorids Citrus Mutual, likes to "forget oranges" and Kansas City Star. Alvin S. McCoy Blvd. and Eighth St., NW, the certmelster, Christian Klrach.
use the test tube product. A in a lengthy article recently
to use the .hock treatment" pair of hands, acting a* a headlined: "Help The Winter Haven Police Department The orchestra li preparing
at times when be la trying to magician would manipulate, Farmer Research Is PayingAll .1 reoprted. No one wn in- for its next concertDinner I

put over a point or an Idea changes a real orange into a Nebraskans cited better jured.A .
he Is given to dramatic can of the product back and detergent and edible package ear driven by Charlie
forth at the time made out of agricultural products Edwin St., NE
presentations of both facts and same extolling Clark, 43, 2384 Slated
its alleged virtues. aa just two of about 20 ,, t! traveling east on Havendale
opinions. There was no doubt but what product "on the verge of paying Blvd. IUd approximately 75
And b* demonstrated this the commercial, definitely condemning off." feet across the interiectioa of
.hock treatment" technique at oranges a* a sourceof Another "fer Instance" cited i Eighth St., damming into another JayceesThe
Monday's meeting of Mutual Vitamin C-the important by this writer was the planting vehicle. The second automobile By
content of orange use, was say. of 12,000 acres in 10 Nebraska wu proceeding northon
directors at the Citrus Experiment lag the synthetic had more of counties in castor beans with Eighth St. at the time and annual Jaycee Past Presidents .
Station in Lake Alfred. the B vitamin content ai well a guaranteed market and an driven by Lloyd Clinton Goodman
For months Rutledge baa ai the "A" which I. almost almost-guaranteed gross of $165- 31, Rt. No. 2, Winter Ha Dinner will be held Mon.
been warning it is well within lacking in oranges $200 an acre. This program also Yen. After impact the Goodmancar day night at the Jaycee club
developed the "Nebraskit" spun right, hitting the cement house on Sixth St., SE.
the realm of possibility not
IT IS REAL THREAT survival ration and the government curb and gutter. A social hour will start at
prob.blit1-that some smart has Officer Don Neal estimated
already purchased
character working with test The test tube product li being some 100 million pounds for $300 damage to the Goodmancar seven with dinner to follow.
tubes, unlimited facilities mon test marketed in Omaha stocking civilian defense shel $700 damage to the Clark Jaycee National Director
ey and manpower, would or and Des Moines and its distribution ters. vehicle, and $150 damage to the Frank Foster will be guest
could come up with a "teit by General Foods, Isolated Instance curb and gutter.
This Is Just one, speaker for the affair. All
tube" product that "will be which also make "Tang" and Clark was charged with Improper -
of what be done
can bya
considered by the public aa owns and operates the big Birds state to help the farmer. lane useage. members ire urged to attend. t"TONITI
good if not better" than Florida Eye plant here. It obviouslyhas "Ne- TO THE MOVIESI
The information on the is THE NITE TO GO OUT :
orange juice. This, he contends, the full financial resources
braska plan" 1* rather lengthy
would be aa economic disaster as well ai merchandising, advertising and we would suggest If you PROMOTED-These men, members of Winter Haven Battery C, Second Howitzer eDO ,
for the Florida grower. and promotional facilities are interested in reading the Battalion, 114th Field Artillery, Florida National Guard', have all received promotions.The OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M.
Barring serloua disaster le of GF which spent $14 complete story you write Bob promotions were announced by Cept. Eugene M. Bass, commanding. The men are, SUNDAY and SATURDAY -
saya if the synthetics get a million in two yean promoting Rutledge at Florida Citrus Mu- left to right, Jimmy R. Ceiey, SP 4; Jimmy G. Smith, pre; Granville E. Alien, Pfc;
good foothold we will be In "Tang", and should these cities tual in Lakeland and ark himto Luther E. Henderson, SP 4; Donald L, Pittman, SP 4; Willard E. Clark, Pfe; and Eddie W. OPEN 1:41 P.M. C.mliw... Stews from 2 P.M. MON. tin HI.e ',
serious trouble trying to dispose show a good acceptance it will
send It's
you a copy. good Smith, Pfe.IDeaths.
of our upcoming big crops be spread, distribution wise, reading and shows what can
in the next four or five )'eara. over the country, although GF b* done In the way of agricultural TODAY.
And it la for this reason la likely to also test marketit research. thru '
Monday'a meeting bald at the in selected cities of the east, In Haven Area Alliance Church SATURDAY
Experiment Station, precededby south and far west 1
a personally guided tour of The fact people who know RESEARCH NEED NOT NEW SENSATIONAL IIST-SILIER IECOMIS A
the various facilities there, and oranges, who grow and mer- Over the 25 yean or so I CHARLIE GEORGE HELMS I 1950. A citrus worker, he wu Slates HEADLINE.HOT riCTURI IKVINft WALUCI'S "THI Mlir
a review of the projects underway chandise them, said they liked hive been writing about the QuartetBob
member of the Methodist
was devoted almost entirely the product served Monday Is, Florida citrus industry, I have Charlie George Helm, 82, a
to research. Mutual again In itself, aa idea of the threat heard many time, "we haven't Highway IT South, Eloise, war church in Homervill and a veteran
went on record ai wanting all to the industry. even scratched the surface" on pronounced dead on arrival at of World War II. He was Anderson, date Word of
possible product research and It is for this reason that Mutual new product that can be mid Winter Haven Hospital early also a member of the American Life director, and the Word of
will carry that messsge to the Insists that the industry from citrus-nor In Improve- this morning. Legion and VF.W. In Like Life Quartet, will be featured
Florida Citrus Commission and must have MORE research, ment In quality production.I Helm war a native of Cadi- tonight in special service it
anyone else who will listen and mora advertising and a* one suppose I have heard the den, Ala., and moved to Eloise City. the First Alliance Church, the
can help. USDA scientist said Monday Florida Citrus Commission and a year ago from Tampa. He Survivors include his widow,
out of wai a citrus worker and a mem Mrs. Alma Jean Cappi, Eloise; Rev. G. Blair McGarvey, pas
A* is usual at Mutual meetings one way your problem the various research men, both
there was aa automatic of the future is to grow privately employed and working ber of the Baptist faith. his parents, Mr. and Mri. A. tor of the church announced i1 ,
:dispenser of orange juice available better oranges for state and federal agencies Survivori Include his widow, C, Cippi Sr., Homerville; three today. SOMMEI
to all comera and prac- get all "het up" on some Mrs. Miry Margaret Helms, brothers, A. C. Cippi Jr., lira Each member of the quartet = t
Reallyevery person attendingthe "NEBRASKA PLAN" new project at least 100 time Eloise; a ion, Billy George of Homerville, Stanley Cappi, la planning mission field work Stoe'ocY' if EDWIRD O 6.ROIINSOI
;: meeting had one or morefiveounce but actually, the only really Helms, Gidsden, Ala; two Argyle Ga., and Milton Capps, hi the near future and the rl 101 -01_
cup. CITED good thing to ever come out listen, Mrs. Dorli Morgan, of Columbia S.C.: and one sister group U well known for its
Then, after a delicious barbecued The legislature of the stateof of all this research war frozen Gadsden, Ala., aDd Mrs Oble Mri. J. D. Hicks, Comer, travel with the InternationalWord
.chicken box lunch war Nebraska, recognizing the concentrated orange j u Ie.. i Wood., Largo, Fla;; two brothers Ga. of Life Director Jack HAVEN DALE Drive-In THEATREOPEN
lined to the persona In attendance Importance of agriculture to the Most of the other project have Earnest Helms and J. B. Funeral arrangements will be Wyrtzen, the pastor laid.
Rutledge called attention state's over all economy and been assigned to committee Helms, both of Gadsdea, Ala., announced later by Crisp's Anderson, recently named to AT 1:00 P.M. S PISS SHOW AT '::10 'M.
to the orange juice. Ha that the ups and down of the and that is where they dieda and three grandchildren. Funeral Home. the post of state director, lain TONITE and THURSDAY NITE -
asked all those who liked it producer effect every person slow or fast death. Now, Funeral services will be held the process of organizing NIteS-
to raise their handsa large within the confines of the state, maybe, with Mutual pushing, Friday at 10 a.m. from the When comparing meat Word of Life clubs for Florida 2Se Coupon
percentage did. Then when be four year ago adopted a tangible we can get results chapel of OttLaughlin Funeral prices, consider the amountof teenagers.The Cherlton Helton In "DIAMOND HEAD" Color
asked those who did not care levy of one tenth of one Home with the Rev R. Dale inedible part, the weight program Is scheduled to
for It to raise their bands the mill to help Nebraska agricul Simpson pastor of the Rifle that will be lost in cooking begin at 7:30 In the church au Cliff Robertson In "THE INTERNS"Central
Marl war oaildcrebly test r..uch-aDd la the tew COMMISSION MEET IAN 2%. Range Baptist Church, offtcl- a id the protein content. ditorium, 2397 I4Ui St.,. NW, I
while a few had no opinion at 'year it bat been 'in exigence Sam! Banks, chairman of the aUng Qurta)will follow In Oak -
all has paid off huge dividends by Florida Citrus Commission, has lawn Cemetery.
It was at this point that Rut- developing new use for cora, called a meeting of the state Friends may call at the Ott-
ledge, a muter at timing, for example. agency for Jan. 25 at which Laughlln,! chapel tomorrow from Ave
"cracked the whip", so to This statewide levy one of time the Booi-Allcn & Hamilton -: 5 to 9 p.m.JAMES. o / e
.peak. He reached under the one.tenth of one mill I I. con management survey report ai
table and pulled out a caa ofa idered an Investment in the will supposedly be laid out on HERMAN CAPPS
synthetic mix that it now future of the state. And while the table with all to lee. James Herman Cappi, U, 101 3rd Si. N.W.
being test-marketed In Omaha the 5-year plan expires next' Preliminary reports I have N. Second St, Eagle Lake,
and Des Molnes. year it la likely to be reenacted been able to gather Indicate died last night In the Winter
What bid happened war thin and possibly the levy that it is In nowise a blanket Haven Hospital following a
Rutledg had obtained two doubled or even tripled-It now Indictment of the commissionor brief illness.Cappi JANUARY
cases of the ersatz product and produces about $300,000 a year. any phase of it-and some was a native of Hom-
had It mixed atrlcty accordingto You know, this Nebraska believe it Is a bit milder than ervllle, Ga., and moved to Elo
the manufacturer' direc plan sounds like good business at first expected. lie from Lake City, Fla., lat'VLL


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ADHISIVI Panties 72"x99" twin nice . $1.5772"xl08"twiniiz
This Introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out Certain sections are treated with hlgh-zlnc- PLASTIC ,......,..,.. ,.., 29c TA
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with aluminumwaxIt Si! .. I.7.
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has a low price tag, over 40 sq. ft. of completely preservative. Area Rugs JE5C ,...... $1.58 Elllli&IIII'I' 18" 81 "x 108" full nice .. ... $1.f7

usable flat floor 7Ji ft long, the engine up front, and The windshield Is a big flat practical one-piece unit Ilg! sod tiit. fA. snug fitting twin site! ,. $1.77

a lot of quality features which make It a better buy The big 90-hp 4-cylinder standard engine Is more snug fitting i full size $1.f7
The body and frame-floor are welded together. The powerful than some 6s, yet remarkably economical :
truck Is strong, rigid, stable. Doors are double-wall If you need more power, Chevy-Van offers 120-hp six Viscose Tweed Rug package of 2 pillow eases !7c"age
construction at extra cost Side doors and rear windows

Chevy-Van has unusual resistance to rust r11: ,_.1 also cost extra.
end corrosion Especially vulnerable areas Last but not least, It's a Chevrolet Which
such as front stepwells are galvanized e.i/rr nvcrt means that It Is built to work for you a long Room Size-Foam BackedHere's
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40 Workers The Weather-Local, State And National National Week }

.... ... 0" I' .
Enroll In ""'? ..,"Jijr"! 'W" Set By Jaycees

j The Winter Haven Jayceeswill
SchoolApproximately 0 M Join in the National Jayeee -

Night 1'' RAr i X01b 23. Week celebration Jan. 20.

CQf, They will start the week
40 Industrial i with their annual Past Presidents
I workers are enrolled for adult Dinner Monday night at

vocational training in welding : the club house at 7 pm.
5 :.,... i
Jo On Tuesday the Jaycettei
theory and practice which began S O.;
I t will bold house at the
last night, under the our ... i j jdi open
.Q club house from 11 am. to
of the Board of Public In.
struction. c: : yAfI 1 Thursday P m, the Jaycees will hold
International Minerals & ,
a Boss' Appreciation Night
Chemical Corporation has modi r
This will start at leven at the
fled a shop building at the Bar- club house.
tow Air Base and provided the rI
They will finish out the week
welding equipment for the
with Jaycee Meter Day
courses I ,
Shelley S. Boone, superintendent .
of Public Instruction said U-18
this was the second vocational t '"
training project set up recently :: tSlf lAJ To Be ProducedBy
." SEARS-ROEBUCK OFFICIALS Managers of Sears Roebucli Stores met with
with aid from IMC. The other t .ijr' \ '" v area -
was the countywide cooperative '.. ::. I i New FirmThe official of the Company from Atlanta yesterday to discuss tales plans for the year.
pasture project for agricultural .fJi R ,/("" ,i' ,. t 1 From ,left, Bill Anderson tales co-erdinator, C. B. Koontt, regional sales manager, D. E. I

students begun last summer ," U-18 gyroplane which Layton, regional merchandise superintendent, Jim Layfield, manager of the Winter Ha
on land near Bartow provided L.... ....v. .: ,., was to be built at the Bar van store, and M. L. Fair, district sales manager from Bradenton.
by the phosphate coma
pany. SNOW COLD AND RAIN-The northwest Pacific coast U scheduled to get rain tow Air Base between Bartow
h The welding course will be forecast the eastern Great Lakes region and the and Winter Haven ia scheduledto Masons Slate
, today while snow flurries art over be produced by Air and Beymer-Men Hold I
offered in two classes each Ohio Valley. Snow and scattered snow flurries are forecast for the Dakotas, the Space Underwriters Inc, of Meeting
S week for
meeting one night a north central Plains and the central and southern Plateau regions Colder temperaturesare Muncie Ind.Creditors Joint MeetingThere

5 least three 12 hours weeks.over One a period class of Is to at forecast for the Gulf region and the adjoining portions of the Plains regions. It will for the two com At the monthly meeting of Harbor, Tokyo Kioto, Nags-
meet on Tuesday night and a be warmer over the eastern half of the nation from the middle Plains regions to the panyi which originally started will be a joint installation the Men'a Club of Beymer Memorial sikl, where one of the first

second on Thursday night The : coast except for the Gulf region and the northeast Atlantic coast states production of the plane. Urn- ter 41 of, the Royal Winter Arch Haven Masons Chap-and Methodist Church last atom bombs was dropped in
first enrollees are IMC welders, LOCAL baugh Aircraft Corp. and Peace Winter Haven 37Knights night, in the absence of a scheduled World War II and many other
mechanics, and machinists who Florida Zones OUTLOOK River Manufacturing Corp, of Commander at the Masonic speaker, a aeries of colored places. lie also served on a
will be given refresher trainingto TemperaturesBy Fair today and tonight becoming Bartow, have approved a reorganization Fourth slides was shown by one flagship for a United Nations
upgrade their skills and in PanhandleFair partly cloudy tomorrow. plan for the insolvent St and Temple Ave A,corner SE, tomorrow of Its member Robert A. Ber link force to Korea The pictures

some cases, qualify the men for today, becoming mostly Not quite to cold with high today firm. night beginning at 8. ry.Berry proved very Interesting
welding certification, Boone cloudy tonight and Thursday. United Press International 48 to 55, low tonight 32 to U. S. District Court Judge Installing officer will be served In the VS. The program also Included
said. Not quite so cold today and to Low Hid 40. North to northeast winds Ito Joseph P. Lieb confirmed the Navy during the Korean War group singing led by Abner
Excellent James W. McDonald
Instructors for the first two night. High today 42 to 48, low Albuquerque ....... 9 28 IS miles per hour, becoming joint reorganiiation plan Mon. Right Grand Principal Sojourner and rose to the rank of navigator Lockhart, a few special selections
classes will be Claude Surrattof tonight 28 to 36. Atlanta .. ..... .... 14 S3 easterly Thursday day lie had already given his of Grand of and operations officer, on on an accordion by Mr|.
Lakeland a boilermaker for North Birmingham .......13 38' approval but the plan also had and Chapter a destroyer tender in the Pacific Jo Love Jackson and devotionsled
the F. M. C. Corporation and Fair today and tonight, becoming Boston .. .... ... .. 10 19 to be approved by the credo Thomas Florida M. Morrison Right Past threatre of war. His duties by Uoyd Hushanda. Tom
J. G. Whitten of Bartow, an employee partly cloudy Thurs. Chicago ........ ....19 27 Five Day ForecastFive itors of the firms Grand Commandery of Florida carried him to many seaportsin Dickinson, president of the
of Swift &: Company day. Not quite so cold with high Cleveland ......... 12 15 Grand Japan Korea. Hawaii and club, presided at the mee ng.
Definite plans for additional today in the 40's and low tonight Denver ........ .... 2 35: day forecast for peninsular and Recorder present of all Grand Secretary-York the Philippines While on these The meal for tho evening was
classes have not been set, but 28 to 35. Variable winds Detroit ......... 17 27 Florida for period beginning Golfer Sues Rite Bodies of Florida. trips he took many pictures of served by ladles of the Lottie
hour, becoming Jacksonville .....22 40 T pm. tonight and ending naval operations and native Green Circle with Mr*. Ruby
it is expected that introductorycourses 5 to 15 miles per The Winter Haven York Bodies I
in welding will be made easterly Thursday Kansas City ..,...... 23 34 7 p.m Monday: For Lost Grip are composed of all York scenes in such places aa Pearl Lawrence chairman ..
.. ... .... 47 59!
available In the near future. Central Los Angeles Temperatures 10 to 13 degrees Rite Masons In Winter Haven
Modification of the shop for Fair today and tonight becoming Miami ............. 38 50 below normal beginning of LONDON (UPI) Weekend and surrounding cities For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139
I I the practical work done by partly cloudy Thursday. Miami Beach .. .... 38 50 period with slow warming trend golfer Tom Hayward, 59, issuing Refreshments will be servedIn
IMC, included installation of Not quite ao cold with high today Twin Cities ......... I 21: until turning colder over the Dr. Ian Moncrleff Cur. Temple dining room after
welding booths and electrkal 48 to 55, low tonight 32 to New Orleans ........ 24 38 weekend. Sample average daily wen, charging that the doctor's the Instillation, and all Master e. I
wiring. An existing classroom 40. North to northeast winds I New York .......... 22! ranges: Tallahassee 65-43, Tampa alleged negligence in giving Masons, York Rite Masons
at the air base will be used for to 15 miles per hour, becoming Orlando ....... .... 33 42: 71-51 and Miami 7657. Some anti gout injections ruined the and their families and friendsare ,
the theoretical instruction. easterly Thursday. Philadelphia ...... 2 20 precipitation is likely Friday or grip of his left hand and madeit invited to witness the installation '
South Phoenix ............ 24 55! Saturday with amounts general impossible for him to hold a which will be in full Bagwell Building Supply R"IR;d
Fair and cold today with Raleigh ............11 30 l1 one half Inch or lest golf club. uniform.
Manager Named In the 50's. Partly cloudy St. Louis .., ......... 10 33: .
high and Thursday. Not ao San Francisco .. ..., 48 57
By Stark Ginn tonight with low In the 40's except Seattle ..........- 39 45!
cold the beach. North to Tampa .. ........ 33 37<
near 50 on ....... T 23
8 to 18 miles Washington
Herbert B. Hamlc, of Lakeland northeast winds
certified public account. per hour.
ant, has been named campaign Keys Narcotic Charge Banks DO DIFFER.
treasurer for Stark Ginn, recently Partly cloudy through Thurs .. .
announced candidate for day. High today near 60. Not Jails HaveniteA ;
the office of ,Folk County tax, so eoUV,tonight with )w la the w.
collector mid.50's. North to northeast 24 year-old Winter Havei H
| Hanuc, 35, II active In civic winds atoll miles per hour. man Edgar Gene Baxter, 93 9
26th St, NW was arrested
affairs, serving as accountantand
auditor for the United Fundof Lake PTA yesterday with possession o f ..,
Greater Lakeland and as Eagle amphetamine a narcotic of the the Even though most FULL SERVICE
esteemed lecturing knight of the TomorrowThe central nervous system
Elks He is also a member of Polk County Sheriff's Office re banks
offer the
the Klwanls Club, American Legion Eagle Lake PTA will ported. same basic services ,
Jaycees and Crystal Lake meet tomorrow night at 8 in the The drug ws* In pill form. R

Baptist Church.In school cafeteria. Baxter was Jail placed in Bartow in and the you get "more for your money"
making the appointment, Carncll Roger s, guidance Polk County
Ginn stated, "Herbert Hsmic counselor at Westwood Junior later released on $500 bond. For Your
some. example
is a young man who Is highly High School will be the guest : friendly
regarded by all who know him I speaker. He has chosen as the Hospital News
and I am very pleased to have topic of his talk "How and
him working with me in my when to prepare children for TUESDAY'S ADMISSIONSMiss
campaign. I junior high school. I Laura Elizabeth Parker "

Master Stephen N. Winder, Lake Region Bank of Commerce : :
Misa Mallory J. Arnill Raymond
T. Gainey, Lovie E.
Debarry Mrs George R.
I Paulk, Mrs Kenneth M.
$ISHOE Speer, Mrs. John H. Gray, P,

Wooten Elwood York Mrs. Jack Mrs. Edgar D. May A., 1 Is the only' bank in Winter Haven that pays YOUR

Alvis E. Hargrove Henry
Ziebelin. intangible you on

SALE Miss Jed Aiburndale G. Morse, Miss TIME CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT

Ava Beth Minke, Mrs. Marvia
Lee Stephens Mrs. Ralph A. ,
Dukes, Mrs. Walter L. Key, '' ..
Mrs. Virgil Everett, Russell -, i

V. Morrell.Lake rs i the only ban In Winter Haven where your Time S **
Alfred i ::1 3,
., J '; I .f
Master Johnathan Arbuth- 2 Certificates of Deposit are automatically renewed
not. G if: '.) -t I/: '"
Maine City for you, saving you a trip to the bank iUI
Thomas D. AUredge. "::1> '
y r Eagle Lake .' .
Mrs. James J. Kiddy, Mrs. '. ; u f;
William Fairer. it "

Mrs George Dundee Ivey. ::, 3 gg you still get your Fun 4% interest I i;.;';. :; ;,#4r ,

Wiser Have .
Mrs. W. C Beam Mrs. f ,. ? Instead of waiting a full year for your i interest ,on l'"I,-
Chuck B. Froemk and Infant
son, Miss Gail Ann Gallo, 4 your Time Certificate of Deposit you receive an 1. '
baby Julia Anta Gee, Master '
I Joseph S. Gibson, Mrs. JohnW. interest check from LAKE REGION BANK each'

Ladies' Dress Shoes (::: =) .,Harbeson.Mr*. Louis Mr C*Kamm. Etta Irvin A.- I ,. .: quarter v,., ._....," ;;

P. Marchettl, Mrs. Kenneth ;1. "'

Stacked Heels FlatsA H. Mete Larry J. Miller Mrs f
Glen R. Parks and infant

cock:, John A. Raymond, Mrs.
Clyde E. Tillman and infant
BRANDS... son, Carl Traynor Mrs. William DRIVE-IN TEllER' HOURS:

Buy The First Pair at The Regular Mrs.L. White Edgar John S. Wooton.H. Wilson Member F.D.I.C. .

Price of $4.99 to $15.99 Waverly 't. ? e Monday Thru Thursday 9:00: A.M. 'til 4:00 P.M.
Horace E. Dampier.

The 2nd Pair yra. George Dundee W. Thompson.I Fridays 9:00: A.M. 'til 7:00 P.M.

Is Only $1 00 I,<*:*:.:*:.:.:*:


time to plant now for J of Commerce

a beautiful winter lawn.


SUPPLY 'r'5maBank Courtesy Big Bank Service"Weanes
lee S.W. CT J-f477
SHOE SALON . .uuuur. ,
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY EWS = Wed nes3ay :January 15 1964
Four .-. -_ -........-...#- .... .-. .......,... .,. .... ..... ,

ination The scores range from I Scientists Hail Harnessing ,Of 'Pogo Slick' h brations, or oscillations, were' a IWillis Slams Cuban Outfit I
B Average Will 300 to 800 and an average score source of concern'Inasmuch as
for college freshmen In all Am. Br ALVIN B. WEBB JR. but imaginative critic for the was scientifically horrified It 1 they could conceivably affect WASHINGTON (UPD-Cbalr- thus to aid Communist Latin tunver.

erlcan college li approximately Vntted Press Inlcrnatlonal I Air Force'i Titan intercontinental had selected the Titan to the astronauts' ability to are man Edwin E. Willis, D.La? of aion" throughout Ameri-

425 HOUSTON (UPI) US. scientists ballistic missile (ICBM). boost Its Gemini astronauts into their Instrument panel during a the House Committee on Un- ca.
Be Needed For Stetaon official and those of critical portion of the flight.
moat Florida senior colleges and engineer have just The tag was descriptive of the orbit. And astronaut are not I The Air Force went to workto American Activities Tuesday denounced Best Seller

feel that if a student la not about harnessed the "flying missile's tendency to vibrate built on the durable scale of tone down the "poIO..tlck"to the "Emergency Committee

qualified for college It li betterhe pogo-stick." from nose to nozzle at the rate warheads I what NASA considered a For Dissster Relief To Now Available
College Today not run the risk of allure And the nation' astronauts of U times per second while One space agency official "tolerable level." Today, says Cuba" as a "fraud and a hoax,"
and spend hit parent money should feel a little more comfortable flying through space. said the astronaut would be Jerome B. Ham mack, chief of Willis said the committee' WASHINGTON (UPI) The
in a fruitless effort and a lot lifer when The Air Force was unper "shaken to the teeth" and "rat. I the Gemini program's launch real aim was not to help Cubans 1964 edition of that perennial
DELAND "There's. no need Parker said that less than they lake over the reins a year tuned A few vibrations) more tied to the eyeballi" by the intensity vehicle launch systems inegra- suffering from the devas government bestseller", "Your
for any well prepared high two per cent of Stetaon'i freshmen or so from now. or less do not matter to a ruggedly of the "pogo.stick vibrations tlon, "the Air Force li deserving tation of Hurricane Flora last Federal Income Tax, is now t
school itudent to panic about women and five per cent but "undermine this available at 40 cents a copy at .,
"Pogo-itlck" was the dubiously built nuclear warhead. of commendation" for the Oct. 4, to
letting into college" during the of the freshmen men failed and distinctly nickname I The National Aeronautics and That was perhaps overstatingthe way la which the problem was country's over.all policy toward U. S. tax offices across the na +

next deCide admluloni declarei Paul were dropped for academic dreamed up by an anonymous Space Administration (NASA) case. Nevertheless, the vi. attacked and controlled. Cuba, to strengthen Castro and tion. I Ij j
Parker director of reasons last year. .
Stetson University Student should not feel that
Parker who notei that the they ahould not apply to college
population explosion will hit because of costs," Parker said
lv.n...*. In the fall of 1964 with Stetson University, for example MR. TRICE SAYS
approximately one million more aida 35 per cent of Its students :
head school grauatei than last with some type of financial
year, believes that atudenti with grant or loan The total financialaid v ,
B average In high school In program for the 1963 M e
academic subjects have no needto year amount to (480,000, be
worry about being admittedto added.

the college of their firat "Anyone who wants to go to
choice college and who has the
The student who will be to back him up ahould
eliminated from the senior find it financially possible to

colleges Immediately following go," Parker averred. "Appli Ijou'le. 9nwied to. Gut
high school will be the one who cations are pouring into all
hai floated through high school U.S. colleges now for entrance
with C'. and who has no demonstrated next September, and I believe,
that he li motivatedfor there Is a place for everyone gala.FORMAL
college Parker laid in an who is qualified."
Interview yesterday.The .
Stetson admissions director .
declared that competition DundeeWeekend 1
among colleges for bright itu- I
dents will continue even thoughthe guests of Mra. Lulu a
Pearce her niece and
student population increase
husband, Mr. and Mri. Cheater OPENING
li became
coming, "there never ,.
of Gainesville.Mr. .
Hayes '
will be enough of these students !, t
and Mrs Carlton Barker
to fill all our colleae.I"Stellon Ernie
and sons and Emory, .'
University ii not lookIng "
have moved to Moultrie, Ga,
for students who make all
where Mr. Barber la employed.
A',, Parker laid, since
Stetson freshmen had B many aver- Rev and Mn. Paul Cartledgewere ,
16 1964At
recent visitors in Fort Tomorrow January
agei In high ichool. The most
Important criteria for admission Lauderdale at the home of ,
Mr. Cartledge'i ion and
to Stetson he added th..tudent' 1a
are \N
daughter In law, Mr. and Mn.
total high school performance ,
Lamar Anderson and family
the types of
courseshe I
Mr. and Mn. Charles Crlm-
has and the marks be
taken I
foals and ion Bud have re
has made in those courses.When .
turned to Magnolia Spring.,
he was in high school
Ala., after a visit here with
the typical Stetson freshman
Mr and Mri. August Swan.on.New .
tooie',:Jour years of English, residents of Dundee are
algebra I and II, plane geometry Mr. and Mra. Albert Nyberg leaf the big' moment I U her. We here p
,: two years of a laboratory Recent guests at their borne
science two to three years of were their son.In.law and spent many months of planning and readyingour
soclaljitudiea, and two yean of daughter, Mr. and Mra Roger
store for this big event. W* feel| our
a foreign. language, Parker declareL. Coding and four children of new

Downer Grove, HI. An older selection li the
"TOI"student who hat taken stock ti the most complete, our
son, Roger Jr. flew to Tampa :' .
the essy. way, avoiding difficult from college in Tulsa, Okla, ti < lerg.st and our fashions and fabrics are poiU
course and perhaps making and visited her with the fami u
good grades in the other., la I ly. During the visit the group *h.l3,. lively! the latest out in casual waar.
only "postponing general aca- went sightseeing, one day being t.Jo..t <
derNtdllflcuJly until his fresh. spent gathering shells at
maOttaf la college," Parker Sanlbcl Island

warns. A fcouseguest at the home of
hw.gaining admission to a Mr. and Mri Lawrence For-
collect the itudent'i scores on ayth la Mri. Walter Regan of
the College Entrance Examination New York City Before return .
Board teats rank second tog to New York, Mri., Regis
in -haporUnc. Parker said. will Visit tn St. AuguiUa... a !+ \"if\\h./
Stetson requires for admission I sir aid Mri R. C: Carter I \ ':
that, -til applicant take the' and daughter Peggy, motored L11I If WE1INV1TE YOU TO

scholastic aptitute test English over to Bartow on Sunday, ;..
composition achievement tests where the) attended a "Raw- .
Intermediate or advanced math lesion" family reunion. COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND
tests,:and i writing sample lie I Mill Elaine Anderson of Fort ii/ c2 : ,

notes-that the average atudent I Lauderdale, has been visiting : .
at Stetson will score between her with her grandmother, ; AND REGISTER FOR

475 .and 575 on these exam -Mri. Paul Cartledg._- : .'


John Crisp Funeral Home

s .
201 I Pint Street, South j

Winter Haven, Florida

Phone 2944141RADIO t. 50 INDIVIDUAL DOOR PRIZES xr'*:v;



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(1 ((1 $200.00 WARDROBE

i To be given away Feb. 15th You ,

;r: do not have to be present to win.


CLASSIFIED Merchandise Totaling $16.95

4 4


SERVICE. t \ r ) of Merchandise Totaling $16.95 Up.

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FOR $1.00 FOR 15 WORD AD t." .

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Notices For This Department r 'K ,

Limited To '..
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1. lawn M M!. M swcii (. ikMlMCf .. N* Ktfcctts He CMr... f 1 vy,. rf '
UI e less r. ,t
All Cm.
t II Ww4 Unit 1 I least. .
leek A4. .. Ads maw a* fcf**.ht h toUstlflwl

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HMM,rIM .1 Minkcr.Merit.*r eMmt..M. t..*.f. .*> *r milled|| | I I. with. ,.,.../t. 1 rice s.Casual"

tile seller .. I. arfvmce.t. I

4. N, .
win a* 7. N. phe.e erdues,
Me'''''. f .
Ads will rae II days. ,

.110 -s. DUCK HUNTIR3 -. You will m ;. .... :,' .,. Town
a-BPECD: : boys tnfllth bicycle, n. r sue handmida.b ttr di>coyi Barnala.Lliht BalMnjd wi <<
cultist condition, rrptlnUd. S3800CTMKH r. {. ( ( -
21 W Uk Howard Dr. .
lpa hralor with ;
IMlTatoRON4--: portable. VtrtldJuMmrat e 00 Now.r mm. US 00. CV Wja anus Mr. Trice could have opened sooner but, Mi, 3S year xprfne '

Baptist 1400.Church.CY 4-3MO WabMU I PORTABLE .iP,Ioctrh..I..... In the ladies'! rudy.towllr business! told him Await; until he
u..d. Good rosdltios. 11.0 aecll. "* elf'
1119a Ilia 8t.. 81S. had I representative .selection -47 QUALITY TELLS TRICE'S PRICE 5EUB
108 14 white "''d. vail lira.
Bfsi:: ,&:': .C' 3-7660. Wahnta AUTOMATIC.J.k.' wtuhor Good
ron Ii,Mh. |:2!I uu Brfora S 00 pm. ( .
CY S-04J4 AnrtUlM HU f-u.4.
M1 Brttrtlful Rardina, Bu.h.., I fwtNrkjMCpll IHFTLAND rUX.1.>R POIISHFRand 231 \V. Central Ave. 2938355Pa9'
>iulh IhlllH $7 oar .
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no as.. : Park. its, ea at Hwyy_ U731.new Hall prlc. 11) M. mow


: CouncilTo VlllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIII" IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII I "IIIIMIIIU I DAILY S.CHlEFWednesayJanuaryI5l964Page5

Around The Town

;1Dance FridayThe I Grandchildren Arriving For A Visit | ...

Winter Haven Teen 4i
Council hit scheduled I dance Joseph V. Riera who makes his home with his son-in-law and daughter and! h'inu4Cd

for Friday night from 7:30 grandson Capt., U.S.N. (Ret.) and Mrs. Allen and Richard Allen will have two

to 11 o'clock. The "Starfires"! of his granddaughters and their families as his gue tll. Lt. U.S.N. and Mrs. Dave

will be on hand to provide Perault and daughter, Mary Porter V, will arrive from Jacksonville and Lt. U.S.-
dance music for the teen. i
gen./ N and Mrs. W. J. Riedmann Jr., and children Lisa and Joey will arrive from .

The dance had been iched V Virginia Beach, Va. The Aliens had as their guest last week-end, Miss Marybel
uled for Saturday but hat
Shaffer of Bethlehem Pa.
been moved back to Frida,. .teJ by DlLUC CUD

has Teen announced Director,that Bill Moore, Mr. and Mrs Walter J. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond The Junior Legion Auxiliary
f[ rent membership drive cur will Tardley are here from On. Conner formerly of this city members of cleanup are being day Saturday reminded Mrs. Irby McDaniel Gives Pointers

end on January nth. Guest tario, Canada for a winter are announcing the birth of
starting at 8:30 in the
may attend the dance with. holiday I son Saturday at the Trip- Legion Hall This Is a ways For Making Plaques Of Dried MaterialsMrs.
out membership card until er Army Hospital in Honolulu and means project, and _
the January 17th deidline. Mrs. John Rarbeson was dismissed Hawaii. The new arrival members are to take materials Irby McDaniel demonstrated Eloise; ,
Card will be on tale at the from the \Is also being welcomed by "
yesterday for use and a lunch. "flower pictures, as Mrs. Richard Martin was
door at 50 cents. per card, the Winter Haven Hospital where two brothers, Dennis and Bob she prefers to call dried arrangement co-hostel* for the evening.

regular half year price. she was a patient for several by. The grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard ('re. plaque, at the Others attending were Mesdames .
Admission for the Friday days.Mrs. and Mrs Marvin Godbee and Nosegay Garden Club meeting Edward McClendon,
craft and family are residing
night dance will be 50 cent Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Conner .
here on 28th Street NW after held Monday at the homeof Robert Hancock Joseph A.Melsch
per person All Westwood, Lois Kehoe and of Eagle Lake
son moving here from Faho- Mrs. Harold Martin. Lynn Mannix, Wayne
Dcnlson and Winter Haven have moved to Winter Haven kee. Mr*. McDaniel discussed the Buckner and John L. Howard.
High students ire Invited to from their former home in Frll'l'ICIn.Nltbob l'nlt No. Sand various methods of drying
attend. The dance will be MiamI. They residing on Legion Auxiliary members .
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Brown flowers, explaining that natural
Council chaperoned Member by parents of 13th Street NW. are being reminded of and sons are newcomers to drying Is the most suit Miss BlairEntertains
the to be held
supper Winter Haven from Tennestee. able. Nature's own tones of
The Bethel Assembly of God Saturday evening at 6:30 in They are making their brown and gray are used
Church will sponsor a rummage the Lglon Hall by the Junior home 21st Street NW most frequently, she said.
New Arrivals --==-- -.ea.. :.:.A..Ia"' ... Hall sale Friday morning American Legion Auxiliary on Most materials one would use Phi Gamma Mu
at nine o'clock at members. Music and fun will
starting may be found In the gardenor
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
CHILLY ICHILII( WEATHER Reel's Grocery in Eloise. be provided for the memo
1 along the roadside. She
Frailer, Kenneth and James Members of the Phi GammaMu
Mr. and Mr*. Ralph A. bers and their families. said that weeds are also good.
No matter how spell It, both mean the wane.Chilly Frazier and Mr. and Mr. Chapter of Beta Sigma
Dukes, Auburndale, daughter you Miss Jane Man-ell has been That weeds are "flowers
1.54: p.m. yesterday seven winds do bring on thoughts of hot chili and Installed as editor of Kappa Mr. and Mrs. Horace F. back Clorls Frailer and family are whose virtue has not been dis Phi held their first meeting
pound, two ounces. the Past Matrons of the Eastern Star will sponsor a Delta Sorority at Florida Pipkin of Boston, Mass are from Greenville, 111. covered." of the new year at the homeof
where attended the funeral
supper Saturday night In the Masonic Temple featuring State University This 1s\ one spending a winter vacation they Self expression Is the main Mil Jeanne Blair.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvle Lee this tasty cold-wuther dish. Mrs W. R. Boland of the major council or executive here of their father, Grover Idea In making plaques Mrs. Discussions were held on

Stephens, Auburndale daughter left and Mrs. W. T. Willis, are chairmen of the eventto offices and Miss Mur Frazier McDaniel 1 continued. One the progress of candy sales,
2:06 p m. yesterday, lev which the public Is Invited.A tell will be responsible for Mrs Dennis Kelley hit been should develop a pattern on plans for the Valentine's Day
and .
en pounds, five and half Mr. Mr* George
a of the ten best Dance and plans for the
compiling and publishing the named one background, keeping In mind
Adamson are here from Connecticut
ounce annual sorority rush mage dressed women in Lakeland.Mrs. the principles of balance Founder's Day Banquet.
brush Is "must" last
lint a Slipcovers will twice for the winter
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. tine, and various other publishing Kelley Is the former season. proportion and position The Members attending the meet
Ser| daughter 2U: p.m. for cleaning sewing machines. as long if extra slip-on arms jobs She also made Mist Kay Dellaven daughter .: frame should be simple snd In were Miss Geraldine Atchison,
yesterday, seven pounds seven Clean your machine at least are fashioned of the same the honor roll with all of Mrs. Ford J. Della Swimsuit makers are ditch. keeping with the decor of Mrs. Fred Atkinson, Miss
ounces. once a month. material average. yen of Winter Haven. ing the tank-suit. The new where It Is to be placed And Jeanne Blair, Miss Leh

Mr. and __________humuO collections Include shape there must be a focal point. Carlson Miss Sandra Kay,
Paulk George R. f11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIIIII11 11111IIIII1111111111UIIIIIIIIIIIunnlllllumnllulnlllllllull J J nmmnnnlonnnuunnululusunlrlrll : brand new to beaches. For The speaker conducted a Miss Anita Lacerte, Mrs.
daughter 8:30: p.m. example Inge, Maldenform's workshop after her address. James Mullen, Miss Judy
and yesterday a hall seven ounces.pounds six |INation's No. 1 Crippler I II new designer, decks out her Plans were made for a Payne, Mrs. Vernon Terhune,
swimsuits with collars, turtlenecks workday at Westwood Junior Miss Margaret Van Horn,
Mr. and Mrs. John H. empire sashes and High School and for a rummage Miss Janice William and

nine Cray,pounds son T, p one-half.m. yesterday ounce., f The Battle Against Arthritis: A Woman Fight- flounces. sale February 3rd in Mill Sandra Woodall.

Mr. and Mrs James J. -
Kiddy, Eagle Lake son, 7:42: WomeD-i. scientists therapist r
*, volunteers and
p.m. yesterday, seven pounds,
I members of women's organizations
thirteen and
a quarter ounce.
across the country-
are in the forefront of the a
struggle to defeat America's
Dundee WMS most common chronic disease

: arthritis. r 1 1 1brya
Members of the Dundee This Is as it should be, for _
Baptist Women' Missionary arthritis finds most of Its .liM. i E>Ln ltdr1rs11of
Society gathered at the church victims among women. In Its
,on Thursday afternoon for most crippling form-called
their monthly meeting with rheumatoid arthritis it
Wlnter Haven
Mrs Richard
I Campbell president strikes three times a* many
In charge.
women a* men. And most
After the business
meeting of the victims are housewivesand
Mrs Morris Peterson, program working women betweenthe

chairman, spoke on ages of 20 and 45. t .
row Jubilee Year"
R" wb.
Another common form -
I Refreshment were served r
ftet the meeting Tbs host-
80 per cent of all women
asses. Mrs Ernest Newman
and Mr*. Peterson, presented over According SO to the Arthritis Tht Specialized Job Savlngt and Loan Atsoctafaiu
Mrs. R. Campbell with a '
and Rheumatism Foundation
beautiful birthday cake.
i there is no scientific explanation -
r yet for women's susceptibility
to the nation' number 4 i ,
one crippler. Physiciansdo II
agree, however, that merely
being a woman has something ----
Here'sBig to do with it. For In. g ;

stance the symptom of rheumatoid THERAPIST, one of thousands the forefront of the fight against arthrf. % : ....-. ..
arthritis usually disappear tie, administers warm paraffin bath to cover the patient's hand with heeling, muscle-
o during pregnancy on- relaxing hut, after which exercises to prevent crippling can begin. (Photo courtesy of f )i;;;;;;;; :

News..t ly But to return women later.do not suffer the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation.) : : :: :::::::::::::::: :

silently from arthritis. They Con to arthritis research and arthritis. souls and prompt treatmentnow :: :: ::: ::::::::::::::.

t art doing something about it patient care. The mysterious Women also have recog can help prevent crippling '. .:.;: ......:.}: ::............:..:...:..:_...7 _
01 Increasingly they have turn. "rheumatoid factor," which nixed that the need for help In seven out of 10 cases ...;...:::: .::::.. :
1 ed their talents, hard work appears In the blood of victims exists In areas outside the of rheumatoid arthritis.
I and faith against this still of rheumatoid arthritis laboratory, hospital or clinic Meantime H Is Important n
loLpjcrijiir unconquered crippler which and now Is a major aid in and these needs art great. that everyone become awareof .

*&ifa ittt. touches one family la five. diagnosing the disease was Recently two national organizations the danger signals of ;;
Outstanding among them turned np by a laboratory have joined In support rheumatoid arthritis

WASHERP3ADS li a Boston physician Dr. technician, Elizabeth Pearce of the fight against 1. Persistent pain and stiffness -
Marian W. Ropes, long red Mka Pearce, an arthritis su(- arthritis led by the Arthritis on arlklng.
ognised as a leader In tile ferer herself, came upon the Foundation, the General Fed. 2. Pain or tenderness In
field of the rheumatic din rheumatoid factor while using eration of Women's Clubs and at least one Joint.
eaies. Dr. Ropes \Is noted for her own blood In a rose the Order of the Eastern >. Swelling In at least one
having developed diagnostic tine test In the laboratory. Star. Interestingly, the cumber Joint.
criterea for arthritis as well Therapists who work dally of women numbers in 4. Recurrence of these
as for her stndleo oa Joint with arthritis patients are in these two organizations almost symptom In at least one
the forefront of the arthritis equals the estimated
fluid. This remarkable physician
recently became the first struggle, and most of these number of arthritis victimsin Joint.If you notice any of these There Are No '
woman president In the history are women. Many of these this country-12,000,000. warning signs, consult your
of the American Rheumatism draw motivation, even Inspiration The Arthritis and Rheumatism physician at once. Remember
Association, the or from the patients they Foundation points out medical science rIB help
'I 1 ganisation of arthritis specialists are helping. In many cases that along with the notable prevent crippling In the majority
which helped establish they and other members of contributions by professional of cases of painful
the Arthritis and Rhea the arthritis team are fighting members of the arthritis rheumatoid arthritis pre'vided
mstlsm Foundation In IMS. the disease for the sake team, volunteer members of yon neck help early "HIGH HATS"Here
Through the years, women of a loved one or friend who its chapters' committees, enough.
lave been major eontrlbu- has suffered from painful women who help in marches .

and campaigns, women who
work with arthritis sufferersand
Model IW-470 others who assist In the
-POUND MIXED COME TO general work of these chapters GIFTS !

/ FOUNTAIN FILTER WASmW HAILEY FORD'S are indispensible. But it
stresses thi, more help is
ACTION wide are spiral ulUtloa. needed 'more physicians,
Friday Night a scientists In any amount
/ DUAL LINT FILTH therapists nurses
and general volunteers Involved
/ALL PORCELAIN outsIA and hi in the arthritis movementto @
win the battle against your account is welcome
/ CHOICE OF WASHING SPEEDS Get Togethers the crippling disease which

WRITTEN 90DATREPLACEMENT today afflicts so many million When
/ of Americans.The you movt

CUAXANTEElyrM 1:30: to ':00 PM ARF also states that
to town.
14*.MM?.may lMt-t Mil while there Is no absolutecure : .. /) ,
"Look and
5105,553'x10' nLEnelow/Yeeo'! me vp
sbort'ttuMf" 5messes Nnw 3ass's we'll talk can" CLINI CUIY hope for sufferers arthritis Advances there is Tmr Wtl.",. W.jnHntMS EARN
starts How1 shirt 111I&II1'- gales! I.atl.e in medicial have will all with efrl
IMhdoM 4lrttaw I"luWHrclilrftJ '' care brought 41:11/2 10 Per Annum
Mffltlfl blWMI 1 _'.tNtdllt moos -FREE- about many new techniquesto 6051.. ab ef: ". end :
ndtrahlrtt. I III"nut Mwtl rilaxle ease pain and help prevent .. 1 dilWl' Sttywft" SdilMINrtMt* DONUTS and COFFEE crippling. The Foundation eve esl1.tsvs. ,1.1. asdlesions. CURRENT RATE
7< iiriM I
'(OM 11 loads b.tdMrbosbjZ5O reports that early diag- (cedars. CompoundedSemlAnnuoflf

Per Week W/T "Mtet The Friendly Peopleon GROWS FASTER

$ NO DOWN the Friendly Ford Corner" Dr. Richard a Oleary H ye have |led mtvtjI

PAYNENTDIJmBJDI Wi.; ..., H.*.. I. core

NO HIGH PRESSURE SELLING Announcesthe t. piece i

!I I Come In And Look Over Our Association of 29C-2989 FEDERAL

-A Trvdel .. to- Large Stock of NEW & USED CARS Dr. John H. Ford, Jr. .! I <1-_ 1 1 /1

D.esed.ble 5.,1. for the Practice of
A"n..11 3teree RTdwldM WILcoMr '\
Air Cee41tI- HAILEY FORD CO. Obstetrics andGynIC0109Y

CT 1.1420 i 104 L CENTRAL AYE. CY 3-4111 4)1 fine Strt., N. I 203 AYE. A. N.W. Of WINTER HAVEN CT 43101Teen "

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Haven Daily News-Chief -Today'sCommentary- SERMON ON THE MOUNTToday's -Letters To The Editor. I

W. I. RYNERSON, Eht.t-Pallhhcr!

JOHN W. HYNEHSON. A,.li .nt t. the PiiUltWPuUtih.d Dear Sir e1 head In an emergencies and

of Winter Haven we can certainly say they did
dally. (*i..pt S.turdty) by the Winter H.... The citizens of t good job.
PuMlihlng C*, In*., 114 3rd Str..t, NW. WI $., H."... Fl.rld should be very proud The Salvation Army
our Winter Haven Fire Department .
CHARLES 60SHORN a G.nor.l M... .r and our Police Depart ways on band to help. Cantn.{
Whittle and his
worked so admirably Served
JACK IEAHAN Ai.o.!*t. tditor By PHIL NEWSOM .t ment.together They in the recent fire coffee and food to the mm ..
UPI Foreign News Aaalyit they
long as were needei!
PETER J. SULLIVAN Advrtliln M... .r at the Villas Club House on am sure when donations to I
Fidel Caitro'i sudden appearance Lake Spring This coordinationof or

NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE in Moscow inevitably bailed t two factions made the outcome ganltatlons for the good of the

Shtnnen I Auoeiit.i I... Chic.,.. III. to speculation that his visit 1r decidedly different. community is sought, The Sal.l.vatlon
fry'i Army should be
started around 7:45: right
The fire
E"t..*.. II 51..".. CI... M.ll M.++., S.pt. *. If24 at the P..t Offle* is connected with the United and these men workedfar on the top of the list %

,hi WlnUr Have, Florid, und.r lei .f March 2, Il7t Staler-Panama crisis and the am.Into the night without goIng are truly doing God's work

.... means to exploit it for commu- home to eat, get dry clothIng : throughout this community.

.. MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU nlim. or even a rest. The loyal I can sleep better tonight.
Our alert and well
7 But it could well be that support from Auburndale, Firj.
: ; OF CIRCULATIONS t men and Police are
11 Alfredof
eq.. other reasons dictated the trip Haloes City end Lake Thank ,
and that Panama will come L men and equipment was you
Aetlv M.mb.r MEMBER into the talks only ai an added invaluable, and greatly appreciated Taxpayer.
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL starter.It by our community. -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Umtod ,,... ll mUted I. the ui. the
be wind
ASSOCIATION for r.publlc.tion .( .111".1 printed may recalled that Caa- NR'stfyirr The swept across RADIO. .
In this n.wip.p.r .. well .. all, UrlADVERTISING trO'i last visit to Moscow, in lake, spreading fire faster, and
W4 Nw Diiptchi. April also came ai a surpriseand threatening the Motel and

then as now, came shortly houses nearby. Drive by and

DEADLINI after agreement on Soviet- look for yourself there la very WINT

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENTi Cuban trade for the coming little damage done even to the
ly the I PM Prvlui D.y ly the Inch.1 PM. Prevl.u Day. ,1
...1 N''I;: ;.:, I P.M. Prtvloui Day. Sunday Edition: Dedlln.l Frld.y.: year. Soviet RI. '. e' tit'r delicate shrubbery knows at nearby when 1360 ON DIAL
DISPLAY DEPARTMENTi One objective was to r 0. y 1 property. No one

Sunday Edition-i P.M. Thurtdtyt M....., E"itl.J P M. FrlJ.yt' assure Castro's loyalty in the w < fNTUR1E5w ye the fire started within the club

T......, Edition-No.n S.turd.yi W.dn.id.y, Th......, .nd. Friday quarrel with Red China. which was impossible to save Monday thru Friday

Edition*-I P M. Two Days In Advonc Another was to discourage F ';. .l})"..,. a NUMAKH av'1,1 PJl.ni '. l l6OTRY I heard so many people voice MOR...'LNG
;. / Ni I 00 Simon\
Castro's ambitions of reorganization .. < their opinion about Fire Chief
M.mb.r S.utli.ni N.wip.p.r Publnh.n Aiioci.tio !I' S 09 National' New
of his island at the expense Lewis' and Police Chief Mun- S 05 Brown '
M.mb.r Florid. P.... Allocation Bunny
of agriculture. i T0GERAtJCft sey Smith's men doing so much 1:30: New Headline
SUBSCRIPTION RATES From the Soviet standpoint! more than the actual job required I:5S Florida New

ly Carrier or Mill the visit was only partially sue that I feel it should S 00 25 Firm Bunny ReportS BrownS
Year | IIIO| t mantle, $.10) I ",.,,11... f4 5I[ I month., tl.tl, cessful. be In print for all to see. .(S National News
weekly, IS .*.... Sing(. Coolou Daily, I **nti| Su"d.", 10 ...1.. In August, Castro announced We never bother to thank our 1.00 Doug Montgomery
r T:90 New' Headline
TELEPHONE Cypress 3.2111 that sugar cane and cattle raising 3 ai.. ? W men, and think very little 7 40 Spotlight On Sport.
will be "the pillars of our t i+f' .ajyeggMlffillr! 1 + 'tti' : about it in fact, until acts of 7 B5 National and Florida Newt
economy until 1970," indicatingthat heroism auch as these are por 100 Dong Montgomery;
S 30 New Headlinesa
A For he had agreed to Soviet demands rl n", 'i. 1lrt'A 1tvii" trayed. There could have been 00 Florida and Local News
Thought Today that he integrate his eco- ( i' J' ; ar many fatalities but for the 9 OS Duly Farm ft GardeaAimanso

my with the Communist bloc. quick thinking of trained men. I 10 Dour Montgomerye

So far as Khrushchev's quarrel They are taught to keep a lev- 30 Community Bulletin BoardS
"B ctLrtul0, nothing; but In tierylhiiig with Red China was con' -- M National New

prayer and supplication (petition( ) with tk4nksgii7l(11ft ( cerned, Castro has continued to 10 10.00'30 New Mr. T Headline"JOfI Tnvtt

practice> I peculiar neutrality I 10.65 National New
your requests be made known unto God. Ph\l.\ 4:8 which recognized dependence on --- -Memories- 11:30 News Headline

Prayer for what we need should be 11.55 Florida and Local Nevi
always ac the Soviet Union on the one Quotes In The News
companied by thanksgiving for what we have alreadyreeeh'ed. hand but more frequently AlmanacBy By United Press International 20 YEARS AGO AFTERNOON
12 OS
Regional and State
sounded the Red Chinese hard Miss Connie Hag returned ; Weather
12:15 Citrus Car Loading
DALLAS Daniel F, Foley Report
line than the Khrushchev policyof from a theatrical tour for a visit II.30 Community Bulletin Board
United Press International In 1963, French President De national commander of the
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett coexistence. IMO: National New
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Russell .
From the beginning, trade Today Is Wednesday, Jan. 15, Gaulle blocked Britain's bid for American Legion, discussing! N. H.... 1:05 Bruce Parker
with Cuba has been a losing the 15th day of 1964 with 351 membership In the European plans to hold this year's legion ISO;: New Headlines
10 YEARS AGO ;: Florida New
proposition for the Soviets.Their to follow. Common Market.A convention, In Dallas: With only 110 days left be. I 00 Bruce Parker
News-Chief Editorials 1962\ agreement called The moon li approaching its "< me it seems more appropriate fore the first primary political 1'% Community Bulletin Board
1 65 National New
for an exchange totalling $750 first quarter. thought for the day-Humorist than ever that the American activity for state offices was S.00 Bruce ParkerS
million but actually came to The evening stare are Venus, Kin Hubbard once wrote: Legion should come to Dallas getting warmer in the Winter 30 New Headlines

To Smoke Or Not To Smoke only a little more than $500 mil Jupiter and Saturn.On "When a fellow says it habit for Its next convention." Haven area. S 5 85 65 Teen Florid Tim Newi

this day In historyIn the money but the principle of 5 YEARS AGO 4'00 Teen Tim
# lion.Cuba la committed to tell the 1831, the first pr.ctlca110- the thing, It's the money" WASHINGTON Senate Democratic Tom B. Swsnn Winter 6'00 Local and Florida KIWI
.. Haven
Now that the nation 5'05 Weather
" knows that smoking of cigarettes Soviet Union and the Commu- comotive built In America Whip Hubert HumphreyIn citrus man, was elected chairman 5 10 T..II"lIt Time Summary .1

is bad for the health and that it does contrib ilst bloc countries 4.860 million i "The best friend of Charleston" s prepared Senate speech cat of the Board at the Ex 5 ::10 8nnl'1' Wrnn u.
-made its maiden run over the CIGARETTE HEADLINE ling for a study of the Impactof 5 25 Twilight' Tim
:ute to tons of sugar annually through change National ,
lung cancer even more than first suspected, it and automation Bank's annual a 90 New Headline
.965. She failed to meet her Charleston and Hamburg Railroad FRANKFURT, GermanyUPI technology : stockholders meeting. 5 3S Twlllrht Tim
will be interesting to see what happens. We rather 962 quota and fell short by atlust in South Carolina.In ( ) The newspaper Frankfurter "The time has come for a s oo sign on

'doubt if too many will change their old habits. Some half of the agreed amountIn 1919 famed Polish pianist, Nachtausgahe reportingon truly comprehensive and In

take 1963. Ignace Paderewskl, became the I the pros and cons of smoking depth study of this critical challenge -
may up pipe or cigar smoking. Some have
may In addition, as a price for first premier of the Republic of Tuesday, headlined its article to our system of demo ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

what it takes to give up cigarettes entirely. But by and sstro's loyalty, the Russians Poland.In : "Die Sooner But Live cratic government and our system

:large we just suspect that the addicts will continueto reportedly agreed In December, 1922, the Irish Free State Happier." of free enterprise. VVDIOTVCkaniMl WfLATVCh WFTV.TVCkannwlf WTYTTVCkcuml

contaminate their lungs while all\ the time telling 1962, to permit Castro to divert was State lank No. 489 CIS t NIC mit/ I AIC. CIS. II

1\1 not to get into the habit. a world i million market tons In o(order sugar to to rals the I born.WEDUTV .. Report of Condition of Oneida Tin** Orlond r.... .

During the past few years, the rate of smoking has desperately needed foreign ex- LAKE REGION BANK OF COMMERCE

increased more than the normal population increase as change. Of Winter HavenIn Wednesday NIGHT January 15
Meanwhile, the Russians are (Educ.tionanCHANNEL ) the State of Florida ot the Close of Bu.lneu on
more people have gotten the habit. Actually it is
a believed to be pouring fl mil 3 TAMPA December 20, 1963 .:09-New. News N..., Wise)K.r Pulse News
tremendous waste of money is dirty and contributes lion per day into Cuba, contributing / ASSETS 4:I 18-Sport., WlK.r New fd.t.rl.l Sp'to Pull R.....

nothing to the image of the user. As far as economicsof even more to an ever. BOO W.iln*>day Jan IS 1. Cash, balances with ether banks, and t:4S-CIS: -CBS News NIC News ABC Newt CIS News

the country is concerned it does bring in millions of growing deficit. 6 30 What Parlous nn....n No..t.138 Step cash Items (In pretest of collection . $ 890,146.33 News NBC News TIA CBS New

The sugar deal is unsatisfactory 8 45 Bloloiv No. 83 2. United States Government obligations, 7:00-Gl.nn Raves Death V.ll.y Cheyenne

dollars in revenue to the farmers, to all levels of government both to Castro and to the J.30 IS 8un.hln Beginning Almanao Spanish No. S3 direct and guaranteed . . . 1745242.50 I 7il5-Sl.nn Reeves Death Valley Cheyenne Lucy Lucy Show ShowChronlcl

in the way of taxes to the manufacturers to Russians First, the Russians 7 7.30 00 On Operation Hearing Alphabet; Music No.Nor 11 3. Obligations of States end political subdivisions 7-Ch.o"I.I.7:30-Chronlcl* Th.The Vlra.mt.il' Cheyenne *

news media in the way of advertising. So it all boils have what not been getting It. Second I I 1X1 30 At Lyrics IMIM 4 L. irend> No. 7 . . . . . . 121,177.21 Virginia Cheyenne Chranlel
No. 16
down to they do get they pay a 00 Hn4am.h 4. Other bends notes, end debentures IIn.( B: -CKr.nl.l* Th. VI..lnl.1I Pulp D.k. Chronlcl.
a personal thing and solve it ,
no one can
except for at the rate of six cents a 10 00 lndu.t ry On Farad of Fed. B:IS-Chronlcl. The Virginian Show Chronicle
the man or woman boy or girl who continues to pound. This makes It also unsatisfactory 10'15 Amerl a". At Work eluding $251,130.00 securities B:JO-Tightrope The Virginian The F.rm.r'i T.llit to
puff on the weed.Predicting to Castro who could 10 SO Sign OffTkur.day oral! agencies end corporations not guar. 1:4S-Tightrepe The VlrglnUn Daughter the C.", ..*

get more than 10 cents for it *... 1* entead by U.S.) . . . . 241,130.00
S.35 Americanism ... :00-Hillbllll.1 Enieeage
Casey HillbllllM
on the world market. Communlam 6. Leant and discounts l (Including :I5-Hillb.ll. !.. Eipi.n.c

Heart Attacks Both the Soviet Union and S.SO From Th Biflnnlnf $1,287.71 overdrafts) . . . 2,841,470.37 ;iJO-Dick Vn Dyke Espionage: : ten See C.ny C.t.y: Dick Hlllblll'M' Van DyU

Castro are anxious that the US Social lll Solve Btuille It-Math S 7. Bank premises owned (none), furniture t:45-Dick Vn Dyke Etpien.g Bin Casey Dick Van Dyk.

All United States raise its embarea- e :30 Mu.lcal' Interlude end fixtures $48,260.67 . . . 48.260.67 10:00-Danny K. .
have Th. |11th|
persons may a "coronary profile"vhich Hour Ch."i., K. .
on Cuban trade. f 40 Word .Of $clenc.8clene. 9. Investments end other assets Indirectly 10:I It-Danny K.y The I Ith Hour ,

should be identified-or so says an authority. It is now This would be one good reason 10 00 Th. Navltatnr I e ..Oooa-raphy representing bank premises or ether real 10:30-D.nny K.,. The I 11th Hour Cha Ch.nnmg lining Danny Dinny K.y K.y

reported that medical science has gained a remarkablenew for Khrushchev to discourage 10 35 Popl BtuiilM and Fnrtchrnrnt Flac3oclal estate . . . . . . 111,37052 I04S-D.nny K.y. The I Ith Hour Chinning D.nny K.y

weapon in the fight against heart disease Amer. Castro from taking full advantage 10'45 U 8. Hlmorr-Hlitory S I 11. Other assets . . . . . II 25,302.15 11,00-N.WI N...
of the Panama crisis 11,:10 rVtenr In Action ., I N.wilino News, Sperti
Ica'. No. 1 killer An article by Dr Menard M. Gertler 11.60 The Am.rlc.no-Am.rlcan 'I-Sorl.' Wthtr Tonlqht Show terl.l, Wthtr Wthor Elorlit,
Hlntnnr 12. TOTAL ASSETS . . II. $6,121,099.75 I1,:30-Th.tr* *| Tonight Show Late Skew Rlv.rb.itRiv.rbo.t
in the Reader's Digest for January that doctorscan BURTON PREOCCUPIED 13 15 Munlral Interlude 11.45- the Stars T.night Show
says 13 :30 Klnd.rK.rt.n Corntn LIABILITIES Let. Show

predict with uncanny accuracy whether an individual Prof.OXFORD NevlU, Coghlll England, who(UPI once) 12 1.05 M Hablrmna Munlrnl' Interlude Enponot-Ad. 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner-

regardless of age, will have a heart attack and tutored actor Richard Burton at 1:35 Flemfntarr Hn.I",, ". of Eclrnc finanlih*; ships, and corporations . . . $3,046,762.64 Thursday MORNING 16

when. Fortified with this information, a doctor can now Oxford, said today he doubted Frl nc. 14. Time and savings deposits of Individuals, January

minimize the effects of the attack and often his old pupil would be able to 1.60 Social From The Studies Bcitnnlnc partnerships, end corporations . (1,623,470.32 7::00-Movl* Tod.y Skew
forestalls keep his promise to star In the 1 15 Miulcal Interlude 15. Deposits of United States Government Till-Movl. Ttdiy Skew Good Day
it completely.One university's forthcoming 2.25 World of Science I . 157,613.26 7 30 Alm.nn Now Good Day
pro Selene 6 a I including postal savings) . : Today Skew Midi. Evens Good Day
of the most important clues in this discovery duction of "Faustua.: I 45 Our Fairlnatlnf World- 16. Deposits of States end political I subdivisions 7,4S-C'toont. News Today Show MicU Evens Good D.y

was provided in the Korean war when many American "He" Is a very generous Munlral World Hlntnnr Interlude . . . . . . . 471,779.56 B:00-C.pt.ln Ttd.y Skew
soldiers who fell in battle showed chap, Coghill said of Burton, l.lg Front l>ik (Interviews: )- 17. Deposits of banks . . . . 35000.00 5:15Kaegaree: Today Show M.cko o Evens C.pt.ln
early stages of heart "but I daresay he has a lot of John ""uml.r: B 39 C.pt.ln Evans K.ng.ro
: T....
510 In-Servlco Spanlth 18. Certified and officers' checks, .tc. . 37,012.80 Skew C.rtoonvlllo Captain
disease although their things on his mind at the moment -
average age was just 22 years. 4 00 Houwparty: No. I 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $5,371,63858 1:45Kanquee: Today Show C.rto.nvlll K..'...* _
This evidence 4.M Id lets Hunter Class
reverse the previous idea that Oo-A".icu: Tod.y'
---- Merle Eirci! Movl.
heart attacks developed suddenly and as the inevitable (1.1) Total demand t*:JO IB- Hutory Tod.y' Movie C.rto.nvlll. Morning Morning Movi.

result of aging. The conviction began deposits . $3,461,308.26 : -Romp.r Room" Tod.y'i Movl C.rtoonvlll. Morning Movie
to 1:45-Romper
that al. : Room
grow WSIR Tod.y'i Merle
through the DIAL Program 1490WF.ONElDAT (Ibl) Total time end C.rtoonvlll. Morning Movie
average age of a male who
suffers a heart 1000: -CBS News
savings deposits $1,910,330.32 Ttd./i Movie
attack is 55 years, the disease leading up to it begins ..05 Morning Nnwe Roundup 23. Other liabilities .e.e. . . 12,031.521 '10 1030,IB-CBS 1 News T....,'. Movie Spanish Spanish lessens Lessees Morning Morning Movie Movie
years earlier-in the thirties AIt.rnoon 111 Cool Morning : Lovo Lucy Word for Wend December I Lore Lucy
or even entics.! ... '1045
8 m Mutual N. a ::10 Values for Living : -4 Lovo Lucy Word for Word.
With this knowledge, doctors have bern able to 4 n5 Hom. A Highway a fO Your Florida Garda 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES . . . $5,453,677.10 IridoI I Ltv LucyConc.ntr.tlon _
8 30 Mutual N.we a 48 Good Morning I II I:00-Tho McCoyt
establish a "coronary profile"- Want A Job? 5 56 I.ke Ion T.U" CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ".. I-Th. Price ,ll Right The McCoyi
a picture of those : : "l'.f McCoy
most Home ; ... Cone.ntr.tlon Price .
a Highway 100 u 25. Capital: (1.1) Common stock, total I li Right The McCayi
likely to have heart attacks. The 5 no Mutual N'w. p 05 Wh.t'. My Numbert I par 11:30-Pete I Gl.dy M ulitg Link The Obi.et ,liTho Pete t Gladys
victim doctors
average 100 ratl.n'polk 111 Jim Grrenflold Show value 465000.00 . $ 465000.00 I 1I,41-.t. t Gladys Mlimg Link

say is square and solid in build, has muscular fea. 128 30 Mutual: ::N... COWlt a I 34 30 Drk Mutual:: Eyrich New.I Show 26. Surplus . . .. . . . .. 124,000.00 Obt.ct li P.5.1 Gladys

tures and a firmly set jaw shorter than average with 5.06 amg AloIIII 10.00 Mutual News 27. Undivided profit .. . . . e. 78422.65 AFTERNOON
Evening 10 05 Dick E'rlrh Show
large bones and joints. Although he may not be overweight 1 \10 World N. 10 30 MUlual News .200: .f Lit Your FlrttImpr.itio -
he e n. Snorts Roundup 10 sa 1PIck Ey.lch Show 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . $ 667,422.65 II:IS-Lev. *f Life Seven Keys News Weather
may appear so. He probably comes from a 15 'l'radlnl ro.t 11.00 Mutual News 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND 12lo-S.ch fee Sown K.,, F.rm" Stk Mkt.
1.20 Wall St..t Report 11 OS Dick Eyrlrlt Show T""w" T..lh.. F.thor
family with a history of heart diseases and may suffer 130 Mutual' Ne" 1130 Mutual News CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . .. $6,1 % I ,099.75 [2:4S-Guiding Light Coni.qu.nc.i Knows led Sreh for Light TIII.w
from gout diabetes 8.35 HI Neighbor 11 sa l\rk\ Eyrich Show Guiding
or high blood pressure. 100 Fulto" LA.1a 3,. 12.00 Mutual N... MEMORANDA I,00-B.ch.lor N...
Dr. Gertler urges 9.15 Spotlight the Sur Alt.rnnon 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities lilt I Ftthtr N.., T.nnoii.o (eve *f life!
even young men to have their
1:20: Tonight III Florida 1205 Farm and Orora Newe I Ernie Frd Lev .f Life
coronary profile established. Tao Mutual: N.... 1110 Chat with tit. BltoriL' end for other purposes (Including lo-W..leI TumiI bet or N... World' Tame
"If you are prone to an '.35 Nude B.vond the pun 1116 Fulton L..I. Jr. notes end bills rediscounted and I :45-World' Turn Grouch. L.lfttm
attack," he says, "you are at an where 100 Mutuel N_. UIO: 5ny It With MaiM World' Tumi
age treatment e 011 Club 1430 12 30 Mutual News sold with agreement to repurchase 2:00-P.itword L.f M.U

is almost certain to be successful." For men over 40, 5 a 91 sa Club Jlulual U90-Nlblbaat News 12 12 sa 8S Top Perry 0'Comb the News ) . . . . . . $1,243,916.60 2:1 IS-".". '" A D..I Ann Ann 50th.Sothirn... ,P.ltwordHoui.ll word,,

he considers it imperative to find out if an attack is 100: :Mutual News 12 10 Tedey In Florida 32. (III) Loans es shown above are after deduction 2:45-Huse 2Jo-H.u.: Party Th. Doctor. D., In Court Party

probable. Age in no way diminishes the hope for successful S 110 nil Club Mutual UIIO News 1:15 100: WIIIR t'erllentlon Edlto,1aII M"IO of valuation reserves of 88,391.08I Piety The Docton Day In Court Houi Party _

sa The Wo.ld Today I'll Omtunnrs I, Hazel M. Welcott, of the above-named bank, do solemnly 1::00-T* Tell Truth Lorott Y.ung Severe.
treatment. "
Even if it is too late to prevent an 10 00 :Mutual' News 1:80: Mutllal News 1:IS-T.T.II Truth Theatre T* Tall Truth
10 011 Florida News Weather 1'11II Manic from the ct..lce swear that this report of condition Is true and correct, J 30 Edq. .f Hoiplt.l, T. Tell Teeth
attack :
prompt treatment can minimize its! severity. 10.10 8tan Off I 30 Mutual NewsTHtltSDAY to the best of my knowledge end belief. I"I-Ed": .f Night Yea Dent Say Queen for Day Eda. *f Night
The article is condensed 2 sa Nome a H ghway Night You Dent Say Ou*** for Night
from a book by Dr. Gertler Morning 100 Mutual New.S HAZEL M. WALCOTT Day Edg. of _
II flip Oa OS Hnm. A Htshway 4:00-S..r.t Storm Match
"How to Predict Your Heart Corr.ct-Attnt: G.mo Trailmuhr
Attack and Prevent It. S.irot StormSocrot
e \10 Mule 1 N. I SO Mutual News 4:'IS-Socrot Storm M.fch
-The State and The Columbia Record S.C. .05 (toed Morning 3 31 Hom. S Highway Evelyn L O'Quinn CARLETON S. LUCIUS 430-Undo W.lt Uncle 'Gim., Tr.ilm.it.r S tee.
130 Mutual New 8 00 News Hwdnnese Robbie L. Djnsen R. K. HARMON 4."s- uc. Tr.iU.it.r Mary Ella
31 l'Ionda News a Markets 1 06 Home A Higheay Adv.nturoi Uncle true Tr.lU.it.
110 Onncl Morning 110 Mutual 1'1.' ... Mary L. Smith LAWRENCE A. ROLLINS Mary Ella _
EXPRESSES WORRY are exactly 150 member In the 1.00 Mutual New 8 31 Want A Jnh I:00 Huck Hound Mick.y Irene
BRYAN. Tex. (UPState 105 Inod Morning 8 eo Hnme a Highway Director 1:1 IS-Huck HoundS Muse Y.gl/ ...,
Rep:David Htlnei of Bryan became Texas House of Repreientatlvei. 1 15 J'1.hlfttr Rill S 00 Mutual News State of Florida, County of Polk si: :30-L.OVO ItS S.. Hunt Clufc BroncoBronco Yogi ...,
i M Good Morning : = Pmg Along Sworn to end subscribed before this 13th day of :4$_ T* Scene See Name, W.
a little worried Tuesday 30 Mutual Now. Mutual News me Hunt ".. E'I.I I, F. bra
when be heard the Texas prison "Please don't take them all 135 I'Inrtda N... a Market 116 Ping Alone January, 1964 and I hereby certify that I em not en officeror
1 eo OMd Morning 165 Fultes newts ",.
system needed 150 more guards, from the House" laid Halnei .. director of this bank These pregrem" schedule.
1 51 Momlnll Sports Review no World H. are previded. by the ..,. ,.,. ddleet
and wai going to call on the "take tome from the Senate 101 "htual N... lit! Prone nou"dup (NOTARY MARIE E. MacCREA Notary Public. and. are .ubi..t I. shengea .1 any time. The D.lly N..Chl.f" "publishes
S 101 WEIR Idlto,11I: I la Tradln Pat ihee II a pahtia
kfialature to get them. There too." SEAL) My commission expires February 17, 1967 Dated I. these sehdalee. end II act h".ibl. fee peegraq. ahal' a"



W. rtesaay, :January 15 1964

Commission Approves Negro ArrestedIn ; 1 Funds DeniedContinued 19 RegisterFor December Busy For Red Cross Kiwanis Adopts

From Pile One)
Beginners (Continued
I Florence Villa via Winter Haven From Page One) hour at the Like Alfred ele- I

Lake WalesIn \ a month and a half ago, told thecommission Bridge LessonsThe In that unit 80 II certificate- Mother were and Issued Baby student memary school At the tiring Haines for City 20

Plans For Zoning MapCounty has the"I don't believe the care during the past month. elementary school two Gray Theme For 1964
city population" to support Intermediate Bridge Mrs. Isabel Maraine waa the Ledges served 30 hour and
a bus line. After shiftingthe Course Instructor at the Jewett High cared for 303 I
sponsored by the Win children. There
Commissioner northern terminus to In. School Issuing 18 certificates.Mr "Freedom the can to personal
yesterday They slid that Dow Chemical Murder Case I I ter Haven Recreation Department were 31 Grsjr Ladle working !
gave their approval to I wood from Florence Villa when Helen B. Balkom surd with the mobile service" was emphasizedas
the Polk planning board to pro manufacture of Dowpon has the latter didn't work out, held its registration and M certificates at the Haloes the various location xriy unit In the In the club theme for 1964 by

ceed with their plan to prepare fair traded their product and A 30-year-old Lake Wile Vaughn acid the bus bad 939 orientation session yesterday, City High SchoolW. Winter Haven area. President James W Gray Jr.,
won't I passengers in 43 days, took in of Winter Haven Kiwanis Club
a new toning for the allow a discount. with 19 Gerald Hamor chairmanof
map Negro Earl Joseph Thomas, 25 person registering, The Florence Villa Gray La. I when he reviewed objective
unincorporated areas of the I The firm now wants to bill the cents per passenger: and the First Aid Small Craft dies
lIelen chapter
arrested Rile of the presented 30
I wn yesterday in con spent 75 cent for each pus- tuperviior a cup for the year at yesterday'sluncheon.
county. Dowpan at list price and give a course announced.The and Water Safety committee coffee urn to the main office. .
I nectlon with the laying of a sengrr carried.
The planning board will now four percent discount on the reported that Winter Haven Mrs. Margaret Eons, chapter I The president read the baste
"If the city Is Interested in first
Lakeland technical lesson
hire the Levis D. Smith and costume J. w 11 r ]y of was host to a First Aid Instructor trrssurer made full
The a report alma of Kiwanis In seeking to
2-4-D. com million referrel subsidizing the line I can keepgoing
Sons firm of Lakeland to prepare salesman in Lake Wales Sat the scheduled 10-week course training course for the to the executive committee freedom human dignity
: the he said. The ctiy la not, preserve
the maps, according to request to the county attorney urday night the Polk County and Vaughn will abandon the will be held next Tuesday in county In December. GeorgeT. and a democratic form of
board chairman Wallace to check the legal angle. Costello as Instructor certified Following the chapter business -
Storey. Shenffa Office reported. project, which was an experiment the south room of the civic government: ,
from Winter
The Smith firm has Chairman Wilmer McCulcheon 3 Haven area; Paul K. Anderson
to .
agreed I.
Also at the meeting N.
I to If the would center Mrs. Rile
The see city laid and
announcement of Thom. persons i from the Lakeland-Mulbl'rry Red Cross
announced field
the for that the
prepare maps 20500. representative Van Duyne Inducted :Mark!
The commission alloted $25,000 mission will meet with the a.' arrest which followed by support bus service tried several lUll wishing to enroll may I chapter and 2 from Birtow- talked to the members of the Msrmion, assisted by the lat

for the study. The remainderof school board next month to discuss one day the apprehension of then too.years ago but a thankedfor failure do 10 by calling the recreation Ft. Meade chapter. executive committee about ter' (on-in-law, John Gray
Vaughn i
was The Office Volunteer
the will be needed to I common matters. department of blood bank. A local request
money the person who did the actual his efforts CY 4 1000. I
headed by Mrs. L. B. Anderson,
They will also meet with for help along this line had
hire Ernest
Dr. Bartley of the
University of Florida as a Hector Johnson district state killing war made yesterday The Garden Club Council proposal A fee of $12.50 will be chargedfor Jr.. reported that 215 volunteer been made by an organlzition Henley JoinsContlnu..d
pro afternoon by Polk County Sheriff was submitted by Attorney the served in the chapter dur
fessional consultant. i road board engineer, to discuss : course, which Is being other thin the chapter, but to
From Page One
Monroe Brannen. Thomas Hal Connor who representsthe Mr ing December.At be a of the (
taught C.
the couat secondaryroad by W. Thompson part main program.
will be ) Loan Association for three
Hartley paid on a per Is charged with being an accessory !group. Several years ago the Winter Haven Hospi This was the first time that
day basis and 11'11IIlve\ advice program. after the fact. the Garden group war given a Mrs. Rile added. tal 115 Gray Ladle served 1.- Anderson bad net with the full years.
check over the work from timeto Charles Brown 24, also a deed to property adjacent to the 338 hours. There were 12 Gray committee membership since Henley came to Florida In
time and help write the zoning Heaters Wind Lake Walt Negro war arrested municipal golf course, where it Plant To Build Ladies serving In the County taking over his new duties. 1960 and was employed by
code. Monday by sheriff's deputies planned a building Now, with Hospital Nursing Homes and lie come to this position First Federal Savings and Loan

Storey said that some estimates (Continued From Page One) after an around the clock In. the golf course offered as a (Continued From Page One) Senior Citizens' Home and they with experience In the aervlce Association of Clearwater a*
on preparing the new were In low ground locations vestlgation. Brown was charged junior college site the group McKay district served 129 hour. at military Installation controller He worked three
toning map ran as high a* I "The tree were mostly In with the murder and robberyof will need a new location. A manager: of There were 10 Motor Service at the V.S. Marine Corps j years as an examiner for the
85000. He aid that he didn't dormant stages and damage will Dana Gilbert Carlton of Lion of the Interlaken Park por'j Tampa Electric Co., who II I volunteer serving 52 hour and Recruiting Depot Tarrla I Island Federal Home Loan Bank
know whether the map wouldbe be light" laid the Weather Lakeland a 70-year-old travel. which was just converted president of the Lake Blue In- they drove 702 mile giving South Carolina. Prior this Board In Washington before
ready to vote on in the November Bureau at Lakeland. InK salesman. Brown confessed old orange: groves last spring dustrial Park Corp. transportation to 63 patients. service with Red Cross Anderson I leaving to come to Winter Ha
election or not. Florida Citrus Mutual officials to the charges yesterday If. would be ideal, Conner laid. The The commission agreed to There were two staff social! was a teacher In the ten
I The commissioners also said today that a shift of the ternoon. only stipulation la that toning six-month options with the (tip' welfare aides and they gave adult education program: of the He has taken home study and
adopted a "certificate of neces- wind to the northeast caused Brannen laid Brown stabbed will permit the type of building ulationa that building be eon 106 hours of service. Six staff Dade County, Florida ichool correspondence course with
irv" to Drocecd Immediately Lnn..h. ...... M' he.lw tA .1.. Carlton In the back with i envisioned by the council. tructed within two years. Both aide served 125 hour In the I lyrtem.He the American Savings and Loan
with the iebujidh-oiui.u, slightly.; : The ;.m"d.hlft was butcher knife, and after ap Commissioner Tumhull moved Simonds and Pope were agreeable chapter office. Then two administrative has also had experience Institute. He Is a member of

Park Road at Winter Haven. recorded at about midnight in pirently( realizing what he had that Major Richard Dantzler be to the conditions. In fact service volunteersgave as a sslei agent\ with the New the Savings and Loan Institute
They accepted several addl.! Lake County, and at about I done attempted to revive the authorized to conduct negotiations Pope expects to start construe. 60! houri of work and York Life Insurance CompanyIn and a member of the Controllers
tlonal appraisals for right ofway. I a.m. in Marlon County. salesman with artificial re County Engineer Waldo Mutual reported considerable tlon. Carlton was pronounced subject to a board of adjustment plant Into production to take served 15 hour*. wn In the U.S. Navy for three Loan League.
Fielding aid that about 90 per firing of furnace in Lake and dead on arrival at Lake Wales ruling on the toning advantage of "tht newest The Gray Ladle served it years He Is a graduate of the Henley has been married for
cent of the right of way has already Marion counties, but spotty Hospital.! and to a title search The Gar. craze" Brigham School giving 92 hoursof University of Miami School of' II years His wife' name I II
been obtained. firing elsewhere In the citrus After the stabbing Brown don Club !group Mill Initiate the "We want to be the first In service and caring for 257 Business Administration. lie i Is Cathervn, and they have one
The contract for the brief belt. board action and for the production" Pope told the children. At Lake Alfred five
took about $20 from the vie- pay com now making his home !In Brandon daughter Kathy Suzanne IS
stretch of the highway will be "In most instances, the tem. tim'i pockets and started to title search.The mission. The firm plans to served 57 hour caring for 651 Florida, I I year old.
let January 28. peratures and durations, In particular leave. It then that he request of the Lake Re. manufacture surf board withan children There were T I
The commissioners decided to the duration were not was at. gion Yacht and Country Clubto assembly line technique Ladle at Lena Vista school "
try again to sell a lot they own I realized with the result beingno tempted When to save Carlton Install directional signs on "At present all surf boards and they eared for 63 childrenand iullfflUffillffl=
at Eagle! Lake, and a piece of measurable damage" said Brown was arrested he city signposts was turned down. are built by hand" Pope laid. served 158 hours.
property at Fort Meade. Mutual executive vice president was found with Carlton'a hat, The commission had delayed Boat surfing is an adaptationof Two Gray Ladies served 20
They have tried half a doyen Robert W. Rutledg. the money, and some imitation action pending the opinion of the surf-boarding that I II ----- Shoppers' Convenience
time to sell the Eagle Lake Weathermen predicted I slow Commissioner Virginia Foley famous on Hawaii beaches thedlff..r..nce ,
property but have never been warming trend. Thomas, who reportedly wit Miller, who was not present being that the surf Darty To Seek

offered anything near the $9,000 Citrus growers, Just beginningto neased the murder was charged when the request was made two It provided by the boat pullingthe t GUIDE TO '
they paid for it. recover from the killer cold with being an accessory because weeks ago Mrs. Miller was ab board and this form of (Continued From Page One) .
he did not report the water sport can be enjoyed presently holds the rank of ma
The commissioner I referredto which destroyed crops two year solutely opposed to any but the
the laying, Braonen said. anywhere and especially on jor in the Army Reserves and
county attorney a request ago and lent fruit and juice directional signs for Cypress
that they accept a change in a prices soaring around the nation Girdeni. "If ill our worthy at. Winter Haven's 100 lake. la operation officer of Army ':
bid to supply chemical used were up all night. FLORIDA STOCKS traction were put on the signposts "It I Ie possible" said Pope Staging Station MBS. I
In the mosquito control And there'd be traffic to ride a surfboard on any navl After his discharge from mill.
pro- In the rich vegetable Here are the 1 p,m. closing! a jam
gable stream, river or lake, tary service, he attended Stetson
gram. region to the south around on Florida stocks as reportedby everywhere, she laid listingat
Southern MID Creek Product*, Lake Okeechobee and Dade Francis I. duPont and Co.: least a dozen such attrac "any body of water anywhere." graduated from Itl Law i I IN GREATERUNTER
Inc., made I successful bid to County (Miami), pole bean Air Control II tans.City. There are no gimmicks school In 19411 and was admitted .
supply two chemicals, Dowpon tomato, quash strawberry and Tampa Electric 25Vi Manager C. C. Ryan reported The surfboard is pulled bya to the Florida Bar Jan.
and 2+D, giving a two percent cucumber grower fought numb Florida Telephone 25yPlant that a reorganisation In boat in the ante manner a* 1949. During his final year ;
water skis When boat HAVEN
discount ing cold. Industries 2 staff, had been completed 10 that are. the law school, he was elected 1'1 ,
city crews could be shifted to has reached a speed sufficient lire of the peace In District I

.. any project, regardless of what to create an adequate wave Polk County. HA was .. I
r department. All outside work the rider move from a -proneto !to the post In 1052, but resignedthe !

war being I coordinated b y a kneeling pO.ltlon.Onci following; year to join the <
the surfboard reaches the cres 1:
Charles Halloway, director of ( county solicitor's office. H* resigned
of a wave, the board begin.I
public service leaving City Engineer In m! to take the HH,
to propel JUcU. Then the ride r
Erie ,Bull to handle engineering attorney post to which he wa
duties. Hallowiy will up away. elected. He was reelected slat
If either of the two project!4 I
work with Bull on projects and ,. attorney in 1MO. Nit. i day service calls
are abandoned the option money
although under way only a few will to the rely The fund Dirty said the population 01 Rentals & used TV
days, there baa been an Improvement acquired through the sale" of the the Tenth Judicial Circuit I Is Open 9 AM 9 PM

In expediting proj. two sites will be turned over Towing at such a rate, and the< 15l2n4Sr., S.W. CY 34117
ects Ryan aald. to the Lake Blue Industrial duties of the state attorney'a
The reorganization Involved"no office i have Increased to the .
I Park Corp. for It* use !in pro-
promotion or demotion," that the post has become
he emphasized. It was merely' expansion I almost I a full-time position NEW HOMES

new staff alignment ao big project Each: legislature places additional & REMODELING
could be completed quick duties upon the stile attorney INSURANCI I
1 Champions Are and the Reciprocal Unl SPECIALIST W. C. McEvers

er.The commission voted to employ form r Support Act, whereby insolvent lUILDINft CONTIACTOI
Gene Thompson, local (Continued From Page One) mothers may obtain ... i ill Ass C, S.W. CTJ-IHO
architect to provide a rough estimate classifications, making it the distance In support cases, Is one
on the cost of converting premier hone how of the example of these additional James H. Cross

the Florida Citrus Exposition southeast. utlea. 239A Third $! S.W. The
building to police and fire department Luther M. Reel former Legion There are more and more rhone ? Daily
' use aa compared with I commander Is the over- criminal cues which must be
! the sales we've offering
To meet goal set we're
, I new construction at another I location all chairman of the show for tried and the technical points LIFEINSURANCE NewsChicfFIRST
I super special values on all Frigid for the police depart the post with Vice Commander involved are becoming more

sire appliances. Don't wait Quantities are ment. Chester Schoonover as vice varied and of greater Impnr CO.
chairman in charge of arrangements tance requiring ability gained
limited In some models. Come In now- Group
United Fund at the grounds only through experience, he
I BUY NOW! Prominent Legion leader of "',,. Darty and his wife and Mortgage

(Continued From Page One) the state will be guest of hon heir four children live In Lake Heelth E Disability to the local people

wanted to make sure there was I or, Including State Commnad- Wales where he la a deacon In Hoipltalixetion with the hometown
no delay in campaign plans. er John J, Adams of Green the First Baptist Church and a Educational
When Key saw that he Acres and Department Adjutant member of the Kiwanis Club. news.
FRIGIDAIRE Thrifty30lfor ; would not be able to handle Ralph A. Johnson of OrLando

; the campaign he asked the They and other prominent I. U.S. PanamaContinued

fan "l' board to make some direct arrangement guests will attend the ,
thrifty with Weaver. Horse Show Ball to be heldat YOU CAN DEPEND ON
Campaign Chairman WilliamL. the Haven Hotel, Saturday From Page One) i
night Feb. 1.Commander. rioting that resulted In death
Raley was out of town and HAVEN
for 21 and Injury to il- APPLIANCESFOR
RS-30I-I4,30* could not make the meeting H. R. Summer persons
alictrl s )yesterday so Weaver went ov vllle presided at the Tuesday most 500 others
AztsoCepptrar *' 'ti er the preliminary campaign: night session of the post when At the height of the rioting, YOUR
plan briefly plans for the show were dlsEussed Pans ma broke off relations with
lie said that the campaign I In detail. The show will the United States as a result Frigidaire Appliance NeedsOver
had been run very well lastrear be given for the benefit of the of the difference over the U.S.-
) and this year' would be Crippled Children' Home sponsored controlled Canal Zone 30 year of selling end servicing

_""" I similar to it. They again plan I by the slate Legion De The agreement to resume re Frigidaire Appliances.
i i T7"1 to feature the one day solicits partment. lations and to negotiate was
: /1' tions. They also plan to work reached In talks sponsored by 22' W. CINTIAl AVl CY1-IBM "fetoCTllUt nkt .

1Iiit : M more with minister and re the Inter-American I peace commission :.
; tired people. Silver Beaver lent here by the Organ
FRIGIDAIRE One of the board member itatlon 01 American States
Radiant-Will Spatter-Free pointed out that retiree offer I (Continued From Page One) (OAS). d. CAMERA
r a wealth of ability and skill as award were Fred Urbutelt, About 1,500 students and faculty y *
4 well a* a source of contnbu- I Tampa; George Jenkins, Lake member watched the flag- 1 't> & TV _, I I
floss, but they don't know how land; and Ford W. Heacock Jr. raising ceremony this morning v Winter Haven

to get In touch with them.However and Benjamin H. Foster Sr., There was some grumbling Phone 2134474f

saves tiresome they are planning to both of Sebrlng. among the student about the 01 Sleek Str..f, N.W. Solve Your Insurance
oven cleaning! take full The award was made on the ... .
advantage of the opportunities move but others made clear tw. 01" lAM Gn "' "
In this field. basis of leadership in community that "we have nothing against Needs In One Stop
i e Water In bottom
pan business
work ,
youth activities LawnmowerHEAD9UARTERS
the Panama flag-all we wanted -
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Big;23-Inch wide oven holds large holiday turkeys. er by far, ed. Keating approved the trimer. swards were Bill Clark ATTENTION COMPLETE SMALL ENGINE
and bakes beautifully In James Pennlngton and R. A. SIRVICi. REPAIRS ON ALL
Frlgtdalre Even Heat Free With There Well Jr., the Ecouter'i Award; CHARLES CIIIPCUSTOMERS MAKE LAWN MOWERS <
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Man Commits F-':\ ii iit Art! Forger- Sells Works To Attorney- FDIC. W.NominatesRep. Barr

COPENHAGEN, DenmarkUPI ings by better-known Danish praised his "beautiful but subdued WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Suicide With ( ) A painter chargedwith artiste lie has denied the palette and great ability nomination of former Rep Jo*,
art forgery has sold four charges. I to compos the colors." eph W Barr, D,Ind., was sub-
milled to the Senate by Preri-
paintings to the district attorney Storm said the painting he Storm has said he hopes to
I dent Johnson Tuesday for membershlp -
Rented PlaneSHAWNEE who put him in jail. bought were not among the al rehabilitate Bengtsson by giving of the board of direct-
I Disk Atty. Gregers Storm leged forgeries, but were paint him art materials in jail ors of the Federal Despoil Insurance -
said he had bought four paint. ed by Bengtsson in Jail and by trying to sell his paintings Corp. FDIC).

Okla. (UPI)- logs by Per Bengtsson, 32, principal Storm, who once studied art for him. Barr, 46, succeed Earle
Robert! Lawson, 43, returned to< suspect In the art forgery and Is a part-time painter himself I "He does not need to plaga- Cock Jr., who resigned. He
bit alma mater Tuesday to die case, said he became enthusiastic rite and swindle to get money," was nominated for a alx-year
b Bengtsson Is charged with about Bengtsson's work and the DA said. "He still can term and la expected to be
In a bizarre suicide plan ;, copying and signing 30 paint called in art experts who make a name as a painter." named chairman of the FDIC.Here's .
crashing a rented plane Into the

administration building while

bit student IOn looked on.

"I'to going to build a monument .

," he radioed shortly before .

the campus:he hedgehopped, nosed his Cessna acron the "fine print"that

150 into L"> wall of Shawnee

Hall at Oklahoma Baptist University '

(OBU) and died In the goes with

flaming wreckage.

year-old MI
Lawson' son

chad!, one of the J,35 students ,. Plymouth and Valiant's5year50,000mile

at OBU, stood about 100 ,ard.

from Shawnee Hall unaware

of his father's suicide plant- warranty*

when the tragedy happened. ,
About 300 students in the hit
taking semester final examlnations SQUARE DANCERS-Members of Girl Scout Troop 40 wr given Instruction In)
at the time escaped inJury square dancing at the Girl Scout Hous. Roger Chapman cells the dance as the boys on the parts that keep you going. :

swing their partners.'SmokeEasies'.
Dude Howard, tower operator ---
at the Shawnee Municipal Air
port adjacent to the OBU cam Minute Maid READ EVERY WORD. IF YOU DRIVE A CAR,
pus, was the first to find out May Blossom C )
Lawson's reason for the visit. THERE'S NO FINER PRINT AVAILABLE..HERE'S .
At 11:40: p.m., Lawson radioed .
the airport: Names HeardORLANDO
"I'm not kidding Call OBI As Town Prohibits SmokingEASTLAND
and evacuate the administration -,

building." Tex. (UPI) and the ordinance was born It E. Douglas
"You're kidding Howard led to all sects of speculation.Some .
Imagine a grown man, law Heard has been promoted to
told him. "Say again""I'm log in all respects and abid'i wondered if It would product supply manager for
not kidding Lawson
create "bootleg cigarettes" or Minute Maid Company, it was
called back. "Evacuate the ad. police record, sneaking a smoke easiet" where con announced her by Keith 0.
ministration building at OBU. !behind locked doors and hunted' firmed smokers could com Burr, Director of Distribution.In HOW THE STRONG 5/50 WARRANTY PROTECTS YOU

I'm going" to build a monu. like a common criminal I and inhale to their heart's con his new position, Heard will Chrysler Corporation warrants for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever

ment. It may be like that in East- coordinate and supervise the comes first, against defects In materials and workmanship and will
Then, Lawson asked to talk tent.Mayor Plerson and councilman national distribution. of all Min
with airport Fred land come Feb. 20. at Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's
manager Dale Troutt a druggist, ute Maid Company products. replace or repair a Chrysler
The city council passed an ordinance
Reeae, who had taught him to Monday that provides both announced they have quit Heard joined Minute Maid place of business, the engine block, head and Internal parts, Intake

Reese recalled that Lawson a $1,000 fine or three years' Imprisonment Imokln,. Troutt said he still Company in 1949 as a fruit manifold, water pump, transmission case and internal parts (excluding \ "r
carries a pack of cigarettes grader and later that year be.
had !been In a mental Institutlon selling for cigarettes smoking or cigarettes giving "just to fondle but I'm came a warehouseman. In 1950, manual clutch), torque convertor, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle

he' In 1961. Reese he employed had away cigarettes within the through. he was named chief warehouse and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles, pro-
all psycholoyy ever
Eastland with of man at Plymouth but held that
read or heard about in trying city When limits.asked Tuesday If the about 4000, has a a population median age post only until the following vided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles,

to talk Lawson out of hlaplan'ned new ordinance could be en of 43. A lot of retired people year when he entered the Ar whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil changeand
crash. forced, Police Chief Ray Laney live In and around the town my. After his discharge In 1953, the carburetor air filter cleaned 6 months and
"I Mel to stan him, but an meaning there is probably Heard returned to Plymouth as every replaced every
ask the
er -nipule: or two he would said "don't" me more smoking there than inmost chief warehouseman and con 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of

Click-on Reese said. mayor Mayor Don Plerson said he places tinued in that position until performance of the required service, and requests the dealer to certify
FinilljU: Lawson said, "HI Fort Worth city attorney S.G. 1955 when he was appointed
i give 7oq five "minutes, and then did force[ not could think nab the all town's the smokers six-man Johndroe Jr. said smokers In warehouse superintendent at ((1)) receipt of such evidence and ((2)) the car's then current mileage

I'm going in. In town, but he proposed the Eastland should not worry because Frostproof.In .
Police .worked frantically. to Gestapo.like technique of cltl- the state has In effect 1951, he moved Into the
vacnjtrthe eight year-old ad. of
sen's arrest as I possible ans legalized cigarettes by taxing warehousing department
mlnMra4ion: building, ThurmoruEHta. them Minute Maid Company head.
The building war Uwlcr\thtt system, .U nonsmokers H. added that Texas cities quarters In Orlando and two ,
4 cleaT-whvn Lawson circled for would supposedly turn cannot impose fines higher than years later war named product -
the final, approach. In smokers when they caught $20 or put people in jail unless supply supervisor. '. 'u
Evlciuted students watched them puffing. they refuse to pay other fine Heard Is a native of Florida
as the plane headed across the Smokers have until Feb. 20 to or art in contempt of court. and a graduate of Apopka These words are written for your peace of mind. It costs you no more than any normal car-car
camp.is-lor: the last time High School and Jones Business
About:..100 yards from Shawnee ponder outside the the possibility city limits of driving each College- He lives In Mt. Dora All they ask you to do Is carry out a normal service, but It gives you a priceless bonus-

IfalJ itood Michael Lawson time they feel like a smoke. Hays To TeachAt with hit wife Patricia Ann, maintenance schedule that any proud owner does 5 years or 50,000 miles worth of peace of mind!
unaware of his father's plans That's the date Mayor Pierson and their three daughters In fact this Dealer
automatically. warranty acts as See your Plymouth-Valiant and discuss
Police armed with hlghpowered'tifles the ordinanceto Rutgers Linda, 8, Sandra 6, and Kathryn -
and service revolvers said become expected effective. 2. a ready reminder to you when it's time for the "fine print" with him. Then you'll want to

fired at the plane in an attempt From then on, only tourists, WASHINGTON (UPI-Form. regular check-ups-just like going to the doctorl) take a test drive In a new Plymouth or Valiant
to-down the craft before who were exempted from the er Rep Brooks Hays, D-Ark., NOT ENOUGH SNOW
It rejtb.td; its destination new ordinance, can smoke leg a special presidential assistant WINOOSKI Vt. (UPI-While) A
The. plane approached the ally In Eastland. has accepted a teaching post at most New Englanders struggled AUTHORIZED DEALERS W i CHRYSLER Meteor CORPOfMTIO
eamgua?for the last time at The whole thing began when Rutgers University, but will through snow up to their hips,
118: 'p.m.' The craft hop. the five.man council, which In. continue to nerve as a Whit the snow sculpture program at
scotched over several buildings eludes three smokers, digested House consultant. St. Michael's College was called
and heft smashed into the third Saturday' government report Hays will give a series of off for this weekend' winter
story-tit Shawnee. Hall-a build' on the health hazard Involvedin lectures at Rutgers on contemp carnival. CENTRAL FLORIDA SALES INC. 704 3rd Si- S.W.
Ing thai was used as the ad. smoking orary problems of government Officials of the northern Ver ,
ministration building when The prompted from March 2 until mont college said there
report an January was .
Watch the Danny Kayo Show on CBS TV, W.Jn.iJ.yWATCH ee.etsg
Lawson attended school here 24 emergency meeting I Monday 1963.: I "not enugh snow"
years ago.
Half of the plane entered the
building. The other half bun .
outside. Then the plane burs .
Into flames and the tail sector 4 "
fell to the ground. YOUR LITTLE
The room that the plane entered i. SAVINGS GROWl!
was as Law too woulc
have wanted ft empt Like I littla elephants, your ..,.
It was not ratil later that loge have a way of growing. It's a
young LawsoB learned that the ,
few out
man la the plane was hit father. hUnt I peanuts
of each c k and placing

U them In a savings' account at
Judge Drops American National And like an

Theft ChargeLONDON elephant we'll never. forget to pay

ia"' "w-." .l the highest Interest rata .Insured

(UPI-Bookie Jofn y a tj c .. ; bank can pay-a giant 3'/ per.
session of a stolen pickup + v '; '1' al tent twice a year. 4'en ertifi.cati .
truck C i + .
was discharged Tuesday r +
after he told the court the apparently ,, "[ f ,+ .; ,.ie of deposit. Member F.D.I.C.

ownerless truck had .
been parked in his street for .'
six months and was used a* a )
kind of "communal vehicle" by
residents all along the street.
Anyone who needed lift /
a e "
Pallett said, just jumped in and e'A a 'r { TT .f
drove It off.HOW .

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lue Devil Cagers Claim No. 2, ::1 i East All-Stars Defeat: I

eat King Lions By 48-45 Count: West After NBA Talks -

BOSTON UPI) National itar team selection Walt fet .
Senior Rick Roberson Paces Team Basketball Association players I lamy The Writ could have
3Q resorted to a Teamster tactic to' blamed the Baltimore star'stravel
make their point-and they apparently : difficulties which d'lal'f'I <
w With 21 Points, WH 1.6 In LeagueBy put it across I his arrival until shortly before

A walkout was threatened game time,
Tuesday night by represents-
Uvei of the league's player as
N Editor sociation just before the startof

The Winter haven High School basketball team the NBA nationally .televised I EARN
14th annual All Star
t overcame a second quarter scoring; drought that saw game.

a them trailing by four points at halftime last night and Just how many of the 20 top

A' overtook Tampa's King Lions with the final score read- : Individual atari would actually

1 l l ,yt ing 48.45 as the Blue Devils copped their second i have mains refused unclear.to But play even Kill the re- %

,, straight win of the cage season after losing[ the first 1 delay from their discussions 4

10 tries. The contest was played at the high school gym- brought quick capitulation by
nasium. owners representatives of the NBA

Rick Roberson, 6-foot-6 Blue and Gold pivot man, The players headed by asso-

was the driving force behind the locals victory as he elation President Tom Ilelnaohn o. 11 Mash "
of the Boaton Celtics met at "Certificates .t D*,*tlt
led a Deulman surge- in the final stanza putting through- length with BA President Wal FOR FULL
IS points In that half 21 for the ter Kennedy. Several noun later
ball game. Roberson. playing In It was obvious that Kennedy INFORMATIONDROP
I seven points that period.
/ his most aggresive game of the and Homvihn! still were issuing IN AT
Winter Haven with
, season, pulled down rebound conflicting statements but no
after rebound. His 21 points was I two quick baskets by Roberson matter how you read them they
and Davis to tie the score early
also the highest total for a sounded like a clear cut player
. In the third quarter, one of I ROBERSON ON TWO.POINTER-Devil Rick Rober- .
Devil team member this ses victory over the nine man boardof
I four times the two teams were ". son ((30)), 6-foot-6 Winter Haven pivot man, Is ready to governors.
II son.Three deadlocked in that period. The In of the 21 he scored the
talented sophomores put two points last night on The dispute delayed but did
supplied the home team with Blue Devils had worked to SI- way to the locals' second straight victory. The Devilmen not otherwise affect the All.Star
30 lead the end of the
capable point support guards by quar I downed Tampa King 4845. (Photos courtesy of Brook game and the East went on to
Rkk Anderson and Gordon Cop- ter.In Staub of Superior Block Company.) a 111.107 victory over the Western .
page drilled In 9 and 7 points the final standard the All.Stara before a near capacity
respectively and forward home team put on the pressure,I I Boston Garden crowd.
George Davis netted I points on I and at one point found themselves Golf Tourney Slated Sunday Cincinnati's Oscar Robertson
his patented floating jump shot. I in front by nine. Rober named the game moat valuable
SOPHOMORES TAKE AIM-Guard Gordon Cop.page Three other players to see action son got < points and Coppage A Mixed Scotch Foursome Ivan Geisler are sponsoring the player tossed in I game
(121)) left, and forward George Devil ((13)), right, for the Winter Haven quin added 7 on fast breaks setup I gold tournament for membersof foursome high of 28 point and contrib .. .
take aim on the basket during the Winter Hav.n-T.mpa tette ironically dropped In by Anderson to move the Win event. uted 14 rebounds and eight as-
I King cage contest last night at the high school gym. Cop. charity tosses that proved to be i ter Haven cagers ahead by S the Lake Region Yacht and slats to the ninth Eastern victory R."r sue ...,..i..
peg .nd Devil, both lophoDoret, drilled in 7 end 8 the margin of victory-seniors points with less than two min Country Club will be held at HUES ENTERS MEET in the 14 attempt are In'u,.. lIy F.D.I.C
points respectively. Another sophomore, Rick Anderton, Jere Baxter and Bobby Downs' utes to play. Roberson added the Lake Region links Sunday NEW YORK (UPI FloridaABM's The West got only a tingle

netted 9 pointi.Winter. with and sophomore one point. Mike Page, each two free remaining throws to with assure 47 seconds the afternoon, it was announced Bob Hayes, billed as the tint.half point from unanimous

King's leading polntmakrr,I Devils of their second triumph.In this morning. "world's fastest human," will
senior guard Bill Davis, almost the personal foul department All members planning to playIn make his New York debut in Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
Haven single bandedly turned the tide Winter Haven committed the tournament contact the the 37th annual Millrose AA
In the final period. He found 10 in the first half and 3 In the Lake Region pro shop for registration Track and Field Games at Of Winter -
I the range for 10 points in the second half. King compiled Deadline for entries Headquarters for-All Types Pipes, Velvet I Fitting
Madison Garden Jan.
I fourth quarter and had 11 for four In the ependmg bait and Square CRANE INDUSTRIAL DlSTRIIUTOR
the distance amassed 13 in the final ball. Is noon Saturday 30. Also C.'III.I. atMk .. pumps, Plumbing,
All golfers In the tournament ohanitl! A Industrial' Suppllo
Cop Four Out Of Four Although Winter Haven got From the free throw line the should be at the course by Hayes, who holds the world WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
off to an early 4.0 lead on two Devils hit 8 out of 18 for 44 12:30: p.m. Sunday for the shot outdoor record of '.1 seconds 4tk S. t AM I, N.W. .e. UV Silver WMurf Uli Ir... ...1....
buckets by Roberson, the Tam. cent The Lions bad 71 WINTER HAYEN
per per CALL COLLECT 2f4-4247 -
gun start at 1 o'clock. for the 100-yard dash will be
The Westwood Junior High field goals In the third quarter pa five stayed close behind by cent on 15 of It .
Mrs. Charles Parks and Dr. entred In the 60 yard run.
School Warriors won two and adding another in the swishing S of 10 free throws I Friday the Blue Devils Jour. -- --
games yesterday afternoon and fourth. for a three.point deficit at the ney to Tampa for a game with
the Blue Devil junior vanity I Ed Masters and Richard end of the first period TheDevils fie Jefferson Drsgons Satur,
five added another to set the Parks were high for the Blue led 111 Once the Lions I day night Winter Haven will re
stage for a clean'sweep by Win. Devils with 10 points each, found the range they picked up turn home for an engagement
ter Haven teams of a four- Bobby Townsend had 9, and the pace and moved to a 22-18! against Kentucky Military Institute
game, one-day schedule of Mike Dix S. lead at Intermission. King recorded i Game time for the,
basketball contests. I The Westwood Warrior 9th its first field goal with KMI.DevIl game Is 7 p.m., one I 0
The marathon slat began at grade cagers had a tough timof 5:20 left In the second quarter. I hour earlier than the normal
S:30 p.m. with a game betweenthe it against the Lakeland Junior eThe Devilmen managed only I I starting time.Finley's 1l
Lakeland Junior Iligh and High Hornets and it took
,Westwood 7th and 8th graders one overtime session to rack
and went around the clock for I up a 27-89 victory Louisville Pact
six hours, ending with the Win. Judd Sealy, starting guard I Ky.
ter Haven.Tampa King varsity and captain for the Warriors, I I' .
encounter. All games were was carried off the floor on a
I played at the high school. gym, I the shoulders of happy Warrior Sees Small Chance Of OK
with the Westwood Lakeland fans after he sank a free '
9th trade game and Blue Devil I throw to tie the game and net. 9 III /1
jayrce game sandwiched in be- ted a 30-foot set shot with two NEW YORK UPI) American vote of seven other club owners
twefu. seconds remaining for the win. League club owners Thursday to shift the Athletics to Louis
Denison Junior High hopel to Jermire Hightower led the I will turn down the bid of ville.
keep the win streak alive this i Westwood team with 12 points, Charles 0. Finley to transfer his There was no doubt but what
afternoon when its 7th and 8th I Roy Tice putting through 7, Kansss City Athletics to Louisville Finley's recent antics bad embarrassed
I graders play at 3:30: p.m. and Sealy S, and Robby Rabe 3. Ky.They the American -
the 9lh graders take the courtat With Lakeland 7th and 8th hope to do it amicably, League, and all of baseball But'
430.: Again the scene will be graders unable to find the trusting that their refusal will In turning down his application
the high school gymnasium. range in the first half, their not result in any law suit which for the move the club owners '
In the Blue Devil junior varsity I Westwood counterparts quickly would challenge the constitutionality hope to do It in a way which ig \\\t. "
tilt the Winter Haven five took up the slack and copped a of the system under which will keep the matter out of : /
took an early lead in the open. 3014 victory. organized baseball has operated court.
log quarter and then coastedto I Westwood compiled 13 pointsIn since its inception in 1176.
a 44 26 victory, their second the : Jtfo quarter and.Jim''In "There isn't a chance that his
I :
the a 19-4
of the season. Villa
Cagers Top
request for a transfer will be
King could manage only one lead. Lakeland managed only "
field goal In the first quarterand one field goal In each of the granted, said one of the club Plant Five
owners who asked not to be City
the locals] led by 146 at first two quarters.Leading if
named. will stake franchise
for the
the end of that quarter. They I
Strick on one prediction: Villa Golden Gophers
home team was Johnny
had a 28-19 lead at
outscored Plant nine 1 I
The Tampa team also had their land with 18 points. Guards "lIe will receive one vote City by 1
points In the second
problems In the third and Kenny Hough and Steve Cantu his own" quarter
fourth periods, making just two I tallied points each. It would take the favorable I I School Monday and night breezed at Jewett to an High 1573 -I ; !

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Villa cam back with eight ADD $1 PER TIRE! Cedlllae '57-63 Mercury 96-63
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'NG In the third and fourth quarters _.
D Charlie Morgan put through -
26 points for Villa Willie Lee : I
yEQUI McKesson 14, James Hargrove SAVE V $5100
C j 13, and Robert Scott 11. ,
Friday night the Gophers five I NO DOWN
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room ... .. ......... |>| Florida room and the bedrooms

I J bedroom t'nt. home ,?_...?. SDI Lakefront Fun are spacious Roomy kItchen -

JtdieUl'ACOITAGESHOP [5)) House Trailers ALUMINUM TELEVISION REPAIRS 4 1 bedroom Unf .......... |7S with built in stove & oven

I I bedroom i tile bath EE homea. Large screened porch. Brick
OD a budget. By sharing a

I' a S3 Vented bedroom travel Jack Prater's lEE I lakefront on the chain of like recessed front. Priced at

Gardens Road raller 8.e at Lake Haven Trail SCREEN ENCLOSURE! AWNINGS JORDAN TV SALES A SERVICENORTH with the nicest neighbor 'ou'U $18500 Drive by 130 Alachus
960 Cypress ,r Court, Hwy. 12 between Auburn. ALUMINUM DISCOUNTBALI'S GAIN SHOPflNU BEASLEY REALTY CO. find Ave. SE and then call us for
This bedroom
anywhere. three
13-17 -
Open J A M. til 7 TM. dale and Lake Alfred Special / CO INC. CY *-55 4 231 CENTER IM Mh St AWCY a look Inside.
Ith St. SW 12-Jan U: Phone 203.6903FASTEST two bath, Florida room
19M I' s 45 Mobile Home .lth 1960 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4 TV SERVICE: IN SOUTH i-nsi M CY: s-iii la located on a beautiful
lot deep well septic tank. Ea-
rellent condition. Near Bartow Air Door Sedan. White with CLEAN CARS 1-111 11-TI' landscaped lot on 15th Court, ". "'" f'I't9eaJ. ;

B.... 13000, CY 1-4844 after ItO gray Interior. B cylinder QUALITY NW. CallJOHN. .. "

p.m. IHO standard transmission ra. ONE Newly Decorated turnlehedapartmenta ? Esthfoup
FOR RALE! 1MO 10 x M trailer dio. heater A real family CASH FOR YOUR CAR Bank It-\ 211 Avenua B. SB G. WOOD PLy43I6oitJTiv1WA'IREN
One Week excellent\ condition Will take economy car.LOOK mrlnr RM AUTO BALES Ml TELEVISION,'SEItYIC., I CY S-1001 17-TF

.ller trailer aa down payment SrI St" SW. 2941871.reb. I & ASSOC. Inc.
m .,..., o"Y1a: Nit.rv S.rvfC4- FURNISHED Rentals SeaennatA SECKEL Realtor
Only 2M-1094 1420IBFDROOM year round. ATHERTON I .
$995 1,..211 St: 'SW. C't 3 REALtY M3 W. Central Ave CY Associates Eve. Fn. ,
; For price and terms on this
Cold Wave trailer with rabanItuated VACUUM CLEANERPARTS r 4-8.64. JS-TF W. H. MrReynolds CY J-360S
on I lot". Shallow ".11 Op." t :A.M..9 P.M. traded home. I
cull Helen Whitley CY BOOS
and pump and yard funned RENTALS: Furnished Vnfurnlehed I II
283-59M It no anewer CY "7:1110.: PinckneyOldsmobile 15000 and. up. LAKEFRONT 291-2317 Phone 293133S Wilma M. Hudson CY 3-7522
$8.95 16-21 SERVICE!: for Klrbr LOTS ".200 to 113.000. .
Hoover Electrolux and all othir ATKINS REAL ESTATE. CY 121 Ken Bloemendaal CY 3 092115

Fret pickup delivery and eitlmatea UPHOLSTERING 4-111. 14-11 I

S-A) Moving & Storage REYNOLDS VACUUM .
Used Car Lot .
Bob Elms CLEANER SERVICE, Phone "IIEDRooM houae 'mloh.d. 001Ave. LOVELY LARGE I Bedroom Span-

CY 14383 Ml L. NBI. lr..Tr Uh Type home Cypreea Ga- LOW DOWN
Corner of 3rd St., SW at the FIND UPHOLSTERING !EXPERT dena Area Florida Room. CentraHeat PAYMENT Sod oo
Salon IMPERIAL MOVING 4 STORAGE REF1NISH1NQ Complete mont"" l-bedroom home. 3M-2VX: ,
Country Club Beauty 113600. CY t-OOH 12-T:
Prompt and efficient servIce Inran fabric selection WOLFS UPHOLSTERY
1S15 Dundee Rd. CY 3-1639 I inorlng needa Cal DAY NURSERYHAPPY SHOP 214 Avenue A, MFNTS Fumlnhod or Unfurnlehed .
Phone CY 9.7847 811:. Phone CY 1-7205. 97-TF 120000: DOWN
_Y S-41M for tree eetlmatea. CY 3-2710 Day Night IBR 1 Tile bath DR. Breakfiet

ALCOBOUTB ANONYMOUS' Anenta for Atlai V.. LIn... Interring 14- Deo. 22-Jan.23 I 1ST FLOOR apartment. CleaR 16000 MONTH mourn. Paneled LR with none Ire--
4-1447 all 10 atatea. 14-Tf TIME NURSERY quiet. walking distance to town Two J-bedroom homes lor tale. place. beamed celllnK. Paneled Fie.
Maetlnaa-. Tueaday. I:II P.M.County MUST SEP!: 1M7 Roadmaeter Buick 4JO Ave. C SB lake. Reaeonabla. Adulta Ill On. at 1320 lIb Bt. Nit: WInter R. floor furnace. I air condltlonra .
Health DepartmentSrd Moor hardtop 136000 or bent CY 1-8291 Painting Papering Avenue B. NW. U-TF Haven and one at lit 16th St, WWahneta 3 car garage. 135' I 150 lot
81: and Ave. D. KW ((6)[ ) Special Services otter CT 4-3TL: 15-17 OUR :v.OTTOT.nd.r FIRST MORrrAfiB OJ' Overlooking Lake MaHrldge. 2300
101 Lev ft Care Repairing WINTER HAVEN 111 W. Cenlra 12th St.. NW Call 293-6772 for appointment
p.O. Box Ult CADILLAC Sedan DeVHIeBeautiful JS-TF 2802 Ate If NW. One bedroom 283-6151-293.9063. 29-TF evening weekend.
condition furnlehed duplex All electric ---. 18-21
ALTERATIONS Blind etltche U95 no trad- Can be seen at 2:10: I J MccOy Quality work I'i0 TOWN COUNTRY REAL
modern equpmrat. 3010 hickory Avenue C. SW 12-17 JACK A JILL NURSERY manehlp. faet clean and reaaonbla ESTATE. CY "1141. 14-11 IDYLRIDGE VIEW CHAIN OF LAKES
Half NW CY S-7U6. Mn EdnaBchoeeer Month I Yearn Phone CY 14680. lit 41 h
23-Jan 23 Monday thru Saturday Street Jan.Phyl Village. H.TF BEDROOM prlvat bath cutaldaIrenre
I tIft..en"Inlll.V 1801" VOLICSW AG EN. Extra clean 133 Are C. BE.: "' 702 7th St. NW. Lure OPEN HOUSE!: loll E. Lake Howard Dr. 1.0001" I
BOOKKEKPINO and ,....,a.bl.. 29HI46. 1r..11 un/ural.h.d houee. r.raxe apartment BR borne. JI'1. room. wall to wall
$9,950 carpet, etove ref A drapea. 11 >
Elolee CY 1-6830. S-TF
SERVICE. Income Tat Phone
S-TF SWIMMING POOLS 18 boat houne. underground apruita.ling *
CY #1160. 111 A... F NW. II CHEVROLET motor reworked fvstem. Price $10100.PANORAMIC .

5-Feb. 1ROOFINC body and tI..... (ood. lint (75(10 S ROOM houee. s-arare. liooon a Out Havendale Blvd. Turn ,
Count take It. CY 1-7821: after (M P.m. VIEW
month 125 Ave }. NW Near list St. Road
right or Airport
Alterations CLEAR. PURE Aim pool heaten
:Mrs. Larlloa; ROOF REPAIJUI. An 14-11 Repairs ehonpn CY 1-8371 Apply Orbit
and automatic cbemloal teed to lit paved road on left or
kind.. CY ":wI3. 10lIUGHTbookkoeploi Motel 9TINEW 20M Lake Hartrtdfte. close to
ere Phone anytime CYPRESS call State'
Starting ... Farm I BR 1 bath lane
Immediately 4 wki. to do l not ((9)) Business Opportunity ALTERATIONS REPAIRS POOLS CY I-T9M. 17.TF 14EATPD LAKESIDE CT 1S7U dining room Fla. room den.

home amtll booke or monthlrtetementa Florida Rooms Aluminum Die-! APARTMENTS. Ideal for tour- carpet and I utility room. Comer
: .Mon. & Tuei Eves. Reaeonable. Call C1 fount Soles Co. Inc. CY S-r.9.. '-ta. Corner Lake Howard Drive. 22 Jan-22 oU |600 down price 11000.
101161I.r I.00 pm. 13-17 231 Ith St 8W 11-Jan 12 HEARING AIDS 770 Ave. D SW. View of two lakeeBundeck .
Canton Beauty School waita Opening Soon Glenn L. Bwlneford 15-17 161 ft on Hwy 155. 1 BR. hmie*
AuburndaU It only '00110 and building for service itation M
SHLSouthlan: money t.ainhing l-Bedroom custom built home.7t4
woree. Remove mildew flrat Aver. CommercIal Cenl. Cyttreoo Crdens DAILY AUTCBT18DIO POLK HEARING CENTER CNFURNISHFD .tore. Price $14,000.Varner .
WO 4SM. FURNTWED! nr bath Florida room a/c $19500
an $20110. FREE i.STlMATS.S II.ood. tacro.. from new Coker BldK .S lcd SL NW
11-17 for officos.commercIal. GETS BESrLTS! EFFICIENCIES and 114 Small down payment IRA montage
CY S4449. ohuppina center) 80.c"
ate available for leane Phone M3-1683 !. Nice .largo airy rooms 1001 Ave O. NE: J9W188UJan Realty
WOULD like to "..' ttantbeloncinf anyone rut THE\ LOW COST SALES SERVICE! Conveniently located In Old PoatalBulldlnc II 1C 6lla St. N.W. CTlMMIM1
Intereated In UnKedBrethern REPAIRS: Call CY 3-0059 or CY ,
Animals &
((6-A) Supplies
In Chrl.t Church. CallyJ.d81. SCBV1CE VUKCTOHT 1-4167. S-TF
1 1I RETIRE IN an electrle home
Clean N. Cln..ln.H.II BR.
Mark Miniature .41 LVI 907 81 h Street NE 1 bedroom -<'Alh. BY OWNER.Y AVI ". m bath In SB ...,U tI eon,>
I MONTH M, Beaeleyr.tv I
:. DISPLAY Poodle. male. 160.00. After I 00 R furnished Co hP 3'r"II:75 Street. NWY C. 2dM. ...11B hence ilelely redecorated > Bedroom
new modern UK
CLASSIFIED ..... &1t I tAke
CY 1-4910 (I 0)] Articles For Sale ((10)I ) Articles For Sal. ; 1-2757 8TICLEAN month Dutl.x a.In 195 M Alfred.Down i
OODLES AltO ..1II1t..... mlnlaturea WTojth. ,
neat furnlehed bedroom CYl I Ii
WOW-ee! Call Jerry Hurdle I
old puppy and :2 00. CO. 543354.3fft apartment Adulta. Seaeonal or
Im-2; 4-1218 Dan Winter CY S-14W.
or \
,.,.... year old 1217PET8 aMTML permanent. Quiet nelirhborhoodY i TT j
CASH GOODYEARFinal "7001. 2483 Ave C. BW 10-TF
---- Thlhiiahua PeklngeeeMonkeyi I What A Buy!
;S ee .-....... Mynah Blrde. Parrota. Gnu a Letter Ataertm, Mealier "
&1. AVE. A. 8E .
ParakeeU Corkatlrle Guinea Plgleec. .13 FOR YOURGood Clearance FURNISHED apartment I _m.. .,
Wens ) For eiippllee eee porch. Utllltio.'urnl.h.d. .
OMllty ew pete pet old. bath and screen Drastically Reduced !
DOTY FARM 4 OARDFN !!IUPPI.Y. MOTEl II unlU S yearn week 141Ava Cln.a In retirement OP famf)*
teach. 1150(10 down Beet Location 11500 per byrne. I BR. I bathi. CB home.
Jrwatry 1700(10 ,
SW Phone used furniture and appUancei
2M lib Street 14-11
In Winter Haven. CY S-S17S A. BE Nice large roomi. plenty ef .pare
M31710 15-1? Tire Sale! $2.000 SpacIous S bedroom 2
1TIPOR .. ito back yard for garden or play.
tile bath home in SE tection Already financed.

11-1. 17 Trade LEASE American Oil Service CaU Collect 6833377 Lakeland TWO room A anartmente THREE-Bedroom. Furnlehed and and I Walking distance to stores It

((7)) To Buy or Station now open doing aoodbuelneee Sll Last chance to get your tiresat unfurnlehed Phone CY 10341ISO : ichool Fla room attractive EDNA WATSONREALTOR

((2)). Help Wanted Mr. Wllllame. For. MU full Mill detalle Lakelnnd contact reduced prices"Instant .. 22-J an. 22 kitchen with Iota of cabinet

WE BUT need appliances and furniture Fla. 92kTOO DONT BUY ANY RECAP TIRE 00 MONTHLY clean traIler.Water Air conditioned fenced backyard .
and we sell used applleno- Credit"Low and electricity enrolledSuit irrigation H 128 6th st., NW CT HUt
can depend on Produced tystem
FIRF you
en and furniture Brooke Appliance MANY IRONS IN THE
.ARE YOU SATISFIED ft Furniture 2 61 Havendale Blvd Mont ..11 COFFEE WA OV. See right nere In W liter Haven Ar couple 19SS Mth St, MW 11-TI, block off of chain of lakei Only .111.

1TF Bill Rav 3510 Havendale Blvd 1-15 low aa 17.M exchanne plus taxInquire weekly and monthly terms $17.300 Good terms Owner
Tire Co I.aki
at Cypreia C.). DUPLEX. 1IG.75O. 3-hedroema
:with your present family In. DRIVE.IN .t.ur.nl for r.nt. AII red Road 11>-17 130am: to 5:30: p.m. Daily S-BEDROOM houne turnlehed IM leaving for North. Wants Immediate sect aide. Both rented 243 A...
comeT Why not let ability References Fe tired, Good sale Let show L. NE. To aee phone 293-6491. 7-11
; your ((8)) Automotive ocaI rl Bo/... rhalra lablea Ave LIE. 16000 month. CY me you
18 Ave 0. NW, CY 4-2120. 1XXR Bamplee Friday 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
lupplement the Income by do- I.n..tc.. 11 00 ft i ierrne U\lo I-5J27. 14-11 this today before you buy snythinff .

inj contact work. Warehouse Furniture Sal.. SEE ....;.. Muthesr'm Cn ,.III1
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYDon't U *lh St. NW 13-11 I UN CHAIN of LAKES duplexea. ...ee..e-s .. -,...........

Write P.O. Box 1395 orOall HAVE: S611 (HI I Swimming Accommodate flehlnf 1 to boatlni 4 penoni Weekly Beasley Realty Co. Near all schools and shopping.

FREE power air blower and GOOD/YEAS t and monthly ralee. Reaaonable
682-4137 Lakeland Jet blower on Dun-Therm Heat- Apply. Sierra Court Motel CY *34 (th st., NW Transportation ii no problem
or. Modi-Id 97 I and 776. L. U. 1 "2801. t-TF from this 650 Avenue M. SBocatlon !:
CY S-2757 CY 3-2678
15-17 Yourself Short! 231 3rd St. S W CY 1-6291 13-1
217 Ave. A, NW CY 1Z19S I ROOMS and anartmenta downtown NICE J-bedroom home. IVi bath. lath, big family room and double -

lec.une.D.prennl.0Pr..f ROOMS of fine furniture Takeover Week or monlh Very nice Reae- built-In kitchen large lot with carport. Full price $17,000.
luileeuliceptleeal paymente of 158 per week 1119 onable. CY 4-166S 10-TF fruit treee. No down payment takeover
MAN for ..\\IInl an! collecting In Hlfh larnlngtPart Including refrigerator ft range paymenta of 111500 Including $700 down on FHA terms.

Winter. Haven Ae :M to 45 Contact Tim Wart like new WarchouM Furniture taxee and I Innuranre. 2WIO 31st Bt.
14-11 YOUR CHOICE or either Motorola I BEDROOM hirnlehed houee
Mr. IMpkln, Badcork Furniture alei. 63 Ith St, NW JOHN G. WOOD
Io. Comer of 6th 81. NW and AnT ,., Added. .com. Coffee table stereo record player Adulta only Inquire at Lake Id* NW off Havendale Blvd Cal
14-20 Kellatile perter pirsoes.nate USED REFRIGERATORS a or Deluxe alereo portable only Grocery or call 3I3-* 71. 1-TF 203-90(7 after 1.00 Lop an appointment
0' t.m.',. w."t.d foe Ran,.. Wathere DryeraIreeiera II29 SO 1500 down coop weekly or 14-11 & ASSOC., Inc.
this .r.u t. handle the . TV Seta Stereoa monthly payment. See at Cypreee
WANTED Sinner and Fleclrlc bun world famous H. C. A. endlylvenli Air Conditioner RecondlInned -- Tire Co 201(1 81 h St. NW 14-17 BY OWNER Developer Builders
to pin In "
Or itullar player toobr
teenaaa band. Lall JerryMkhaeleon TtLEVIIION end fully guaranteed Terma. Rooms for Rent MEDALLION 1-RLDROOM. 2912S17 Phone 293-9338
; Lakeland 693-M10: RADIO TU.II sold through From 19:! 85 ft UP JOHNSON BATH
11ICt1J1t sue I.U.t odorn typo tube APPLIANCES Lake Alfred (IO-A) Boats & Motors EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS Cell heat and air conditioned CB 1217
tutlng and morch.ndng Phone I7: -1139 Mtea 033-1090. home In. Lake Alfred Choice location .
In unU. Will nol int.rO.re I1-Tr -2 & 3 room, the : SJUOUO down and 110700 per -
GIRLS Apply pereon with rour preson t umpioy- month to qualified buyer InrlunVnlaxea
BURGH. KINO. :301 Havendal; Jerry Pickard'sSpecial ", ...t. 14 ft. Thompoon fluhlnir boat 1..11.1".1..1. utmost in luxury at reasonable and Ineuranre. Call tR NEW modern 1-bedroom retire.ment .
..io& 12-17 inual bayou RUBBER STAMPS For cbecll.ndor..m.nt er (( >. SACRIFICE 114900 home Clone-In 634 Ave C.
1. qoilift you :3-1(153 or coma by 6M East: (Cum
Maid service
33.49000 Cast. Av4-isbie I rn. signature CY S-13.1 before I 00 p m. CY mine St 10-11 NE. 1136(10 CY M255. 12-Frb: 10
SALESLADY experienced. In ladlM m.d.lIly. Car, I epar other purpoaei aleo datingslumps 14089 after I 00 p.m. 14-11 III utilities furnished, 24-
."'" pocket
apparal Finn apply In peracn hours weekly Should net up
The ,...h 10'". HI W Central Av. 951. FORD I DOOR HARDTOP te 1900! 00 per month In your ....".ipe. STAR P18)290 Phone CY hour switchboard, air-con- NOW HEAR THIS) ON bedroom CHAIN I OP bath LAKFS horn_.New. 40 4

14-11 Fairlane "5<10"'. Power spare tim.. This company. "32)11.; 161 Ave. A NW. TI (I I-A) For Rent Unf. ditionmg. end heating. -reened porrh d uhle carport
will extend financial eta.
..., .
2 BR 1 Bath 8F lInn. Purchaaed duck W..t aide lAke Elnlo. 140ev.or
fleering radio, beater, tinee to full time if desired FOR SALE: automatic wanherFxrellent The Lake Region new ml "1.000. Added Improvemente RMd. CY 1-4740 CY 1-)62. 7.Tr
De net anewer unit,. tutlll.u.II'I" condition '60. See at
CHEMISTFor Cruiiomatlc Owner reluctantbut
\ 11.4no.
transmissionnew Ce the time med St. NW, 15-17 J71T .
? 2885 28th Avenue J. NW. J bedroom unfirnlehed Hotels obliged to relocate Wilt fell
tirei, runt good. Inveetmentetely hi,me. Built.In oven BRICK
.. ....., C Incom. Otarts Imm.dl- ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby BedaHlRhrhalr for III.300 caeh My los your
Immediate fmeltlmi range 17500 Braelry Realty Co St. a t Ave I. M.W. A home ef nrennge and dignity. Ftrllent -
4 to I moe. fbipeaeea Chain Saws .34 6th Street. NW cV 11-:1761.: t-TF aaln An opportunity we would like
Temporary condition
Phone 293-4135 One
plea aalary MuM have eaperlenrela.elnxle LOOK $295 e e BUI,"... le sot up foryou Floor Pollahere V. DO IT to have had. Phone 24-2447 14-17 .rt. Upner teene Inepertlon owner prop.In-

etrenith Juice and quality RENTALS. 2601 AY. O NW. JS-TF I SR. Ibath bomB with OE.breakfa'it :. ..tt.d. offera wanted. Will take
control concentrate. Call e e We aeeure lecatlenee bUilt-In range I. oven mall houee ae down payment 2
e $sitlna, .II..t'"g er expernnce WHILE: THEY l.ASTII!I 760x14 Narrow 'bar"Lante lot A /ood 111 Genre apartmente rear of lot.
CY 4-*:. MM ,... PinckneyOldsmobile not neoeeiary while Sllvertown' tubeleee realdcntlal area Welkin d etance >'M.of Hale owner 111
For pereenel. Interv ew m. seconds otil" 111: DO and a few to Libert Elementary School Tucker| Builders A'l.ij
15-17 your nty writs numbermivmoN Disuse' Include MlulS narrow while at Oil tO F*- Si 10. Phone McElro Buhlderi (12-C) Mortgage Loans
pnene henire pius tax lee at CYFNFOSTIRE 2114-4251. II-Tr
MARRIED MAN flood ..dueatltadeliver CO) 3010. lib I St, NW 15-17 ForComfort
Fuller Brueh Ordera Used Car Lot P, O. ... 1)71Veaiiqttewe FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO Looking
Thursday A. Friday M P M About and ueed Wright BUY $ House
BED chain saw a-Bedronm 1 hem houee Open Daily
4-1 noun Saturdav IIMJ5 .....kly.Pb8ae Corner of Srd St. at the M OKIe blade .... long handled electric wIth OE. built-In.. 18000 per

CY 1-7306 M P.M. Only 1-1I water tower. running eaw, 110 volt electric pottable ledere down month pevment with 50.4,McELROY applied BUILI agaInst 29 Years Residential Buckeye Hilllth Court NE ??
fruit picking -
I I3.l.If generator tR9. 2S4-43M II-TF 2 A 1 Bedroom Homes If It comfort
YOUNG MAN Service atatloa Phone CT J-7M7 CY 4-2883.: 1430WEFDLFSS i and an attractive

work. Lubrication. tire eervlceIxwklnit VNPI'RNISIIED duple electric Mortgage Loans home for which

FIRfcSTONB for all STORES around |Otto ood Si man* -15- (10)) Articles: For Sale murk: I varde ton. mil tilt 00 110 Tree no Peat p ill- nedroonte kitchen..tile clean.bath 141 Florida 7th 81.room.NE. AIM la. Stately. Oaki you are looking lurch
CY 1-<11I18.nvtlm.
957 MERCURY: Station WaonEqultv log. cleailiut\ grading Call makes monthly I no further.
14-16 CY "1313. a.ssa
Ate. .A, SW 10.21 ; 15-17
of 14(1000: and aeeume I .
payments easier . I Bedroom la
;VEST aymenta of I.1U1 pe' month DUO-THFRM oil heater with tank FOR RENT. : 2 Southeast This home hat bed
CONTROI SEAVICB: apartment cloee Inunfiimiehed two
R'H. P. S.. P L FR 2-1411 be- ........... National Insurance
SALESMENEnetHenc : : and eland To ae* lOt Mth 88.NW. ...... IMOO per m :nth. we represent -
been to till a m. I 00 lI.m. let 14-1k rooms and a den which can
heliful National orreffiMtlon W. P. Yonallv. office CY MwHreeidenre Companies Savings $300 Down
BRUCE TLRMFNIX W Cummlnn Lake Alfred MlMl I. CY S-aibO 10-TF I be a third bedroom a
Aa b Take PRINTING LEXICON j & Loan Funds; also
Car. S&l New Auburndala Hwv VOLKfWAGEN Sunroof USED TV SETS 2 2 baths enclosed
l-ll Sedan 11000 earn. Johneonppllanca FOR RENT: l-bedmom home FHA approved fir
L4sLand.WZkEM. your pick. near mortga '
Mo. Total
I In condition Per *
owner r.cahieet $62 .
Lake Alfred. I7H t3ll."TI' town and arhonle |MI 00 pep age lawn 100
hint, 1380 W. FR :I-1M1 13-11 II' month M4 gees, providing money
Lake Alfred Ave F. NW. CY .1815 x ISO' with irrigation
be neat and attractive. Call FR PORT CAR 1M2 TRI Triumph. e NO. 4: TO COMPOSE i\ after I 00 p.m. 33-I? sources for lowest closing Other Homci For Sale Under ment wall.to-wan equip.
14-20: ear*
S-111 for appointment 1771. Will finance. See at 3800 hot LIGHT oak Sllverton 3 ipeak cost more favorable interest Construction

--COUNTER--- liEN 8t.. NW Airport Road) STFMO Jim er Hi-Fl with Grinco AM-FM = Tea .ct ef a.....I.lIn' typo d t SOS BEDROOM month Dan HOUSE Winter Cloae-ln builder. rates, or longest pet. range and drapes included

5.owl.dg. of power tram B roeaeau. tuner Call HA 2-3250. 11.TF II' which het been toO I by either \2 'CV H43S Jerry: Mardle CY terms . each loan Call Total price for
rolanlun. Moat on.rI and mdii.- --- II'I hand er mocbiee Inte th. a M31S. gj.TF this nicely located home Is
Box A.I374 CORVAIR Mania CoupeI --' tailored to
trial .Juliitlol. Writs .Ike tranemle- OWNERS ATTENTION: form which will aredute thedesired "' :- your your $14.900. Drive by 2304 Ave.
13-11 new Automatic ROVE = 2 ;
%,, J4..Chtrt l-PfDROOM newly redecorated, needs . . .
Clue MillS .....rlllc.. Call. CY 4'', gallon aalvanlird Tub ."....nce whe Kitchen fnrnldh. Jan-i.hyl nil Wallace TuckerCY nue "C". SW. then tall for
Tub II W
5-OtOtSafter000pm. 1411PfcEDOMETCR We l'n. (lalvanlied : peiet.d.i 2l4I.vatm'sa..w I month. CY I-7JS1: M-TF . perhaps you desireto
SCHNEIDER SHt-rT an appointment to tail
((2-B) Loans $1,000 Up Tachometer METAL.I M 231 Ird SU SW CY WAfter 13-11;) = I :IREDROOMbath. Florida room refinance . 3-8492 offering today.LEIS M ,.r

Complete eervlce and new cablee. If n newly decorated ........ In a de- courteous attention to
L i I.",,,,.. 1U lib St., SW Buck Chair I ,ilrable neighborhood |7SM per your request .

:WEED CASH ? CY 4-4361 1TF ANTIQUE PIcture 'r.m.'Ine Whale nil I.nll" 1 nonth CY 4-2871 after Ito Jj.ij prompt service on your AnytimeI"Z' BROS.
.. CY7
anti man ether
CYall REALTORS12teSIitb5t1Wl I
;,T nt Mongages CONVERTIBLE 131. I.00 p.m. ? 1d17
Ml Sunbeam" Alpine Only I I I
1 2nd MortgagesAlao'Agreements muntha old' Small caeh I' oily :(112)) For Rent Furn. TOWN A COUNTRY' BEDROOM. 1 bath wIth aepar-
of isle take. up pavmenta: 2417 7th ItBW FOR EASY QUICK CARPET. ata dining ......... Air conditioned (Opposite North CaU)
CY I-M70 T-TF IIEANINO RENT tUo.T'tlC I MORTGAGE CORP. I.vlna and dining rooma carpeted..Itchea .
bought sold or arranged .. 8IIAMPOOFR tt per day = .. appllancea Included. Large 214-3117
WIlL take miller tar for equity with """,.h.o. ..t Blua Lu tr.. ,k VILLA OK or OARDENAPAKTMbNTii -founded in 1960.
ateel shuffle boardraurae
FIRST. MORTGAGE CORP. In 1IIM ('.dlll... air all pi wer J"hn JI4.I.nd IlarIwora. 13-16 6 2f4.U2t : FOR PARlIcU.Alt bit baa fencing Eve. Sum. 294tttl'aQ'
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((13)) Real Estate For Sale Chatter ..MmrC
By LYLE C. WILSON ern politicos to organise for amass -
fluted e c a
Press International bolt from the Kennedy ,

The alarmingly simple strategy 1964 presidential candidacy. NEW YORK (UPI) Th. t

Beautiful by which anti administration This was to punish JFK and Alexander Hamilton Institute "

Democrat in the South hit brother for their aggressive says the prevailing optimist '

Garden Grove could arouse a voter rebellion civil rights policies. atmosphere should result I In .1.1WE'LI

against President Johnson as it The Newsweek poll reportedthat higher prices for selected Issue

NEW GOLD MEDALLION was aroused against the late 67 per cent of white Southern over the next few weeks particularly .

HOMES John F. Kennedy ii all too obvious. voters were dissatisfied among the steels, nonferrous I

,f Immediately available threes with Kennedy civil rights poll metals, drugs and

bedroom or two bedroom model The strategy would be to del. Only four of ten Southern. chemicals

*. See this lovely community. compel Johnson to use federal ers believed last October that ] The institute feels also that I -

Just a ball mile cut of Cypress bayonets or marshals to compel President Kennedy was doing a 1964 will prove a selective two

Gardens on State Road Integration or to maintainthe good Job.President. way affairs, subject to periodic OUR IDEA ISn '000W SELLTiCKET5AN' trf MONEY WILL IXJLO' A / OK All.SDUTTN'MONEYD1WEJ2J .

840. peace in some Southern Johnson did DOt Inherit I adjustments and possibly touchIng I C-ATTUN' DOdMTCH'S MOST HOSPlTAlSCHOOLS' VJ NOICHILLUN'S TH'nteAaTVac

community That would arouse that unfavorable position UNIQUE PRODUCt WMILt REarafr PLAVGPOUNDS.T \WE ISX7HAIrTAAlKKOSPrTALS Ltr.Dl15TED
a new temporary high coincident
JOHN G. WOOD Southern opinion against John He la more like a Southern favorite I'' with congressional approval TRAPPED IN VENICE'S MOST ) CITIES n- l-OMWi WRi,7wo
<4rl Fry
ion ii it was aroused against ton But the signs are up SCHOOLS Aki'ruiLiiUr, %
of the tax cut bill r UNIOUEPRODUCTL'X1",1 s Ala %
& ASSOC., Inc.DevelopersBuilders Kennedy by riotous event in for a break in the Johnson ad- 1 frv3y( ni "l L y H7

Oxford Hits.oovernon minlstratlon'i romance with the Hemphill, Noyei It Co. lay r

such is George C. South. It la obvious by now that that under the present circum-
MJ-2J1T rhODe 293-t33S Wallace Alabama Orval Fiub- >
Johnson meant to keep the feel optimistic about profit mar I

1217 us, Arkansai and Ross R. Bar. pressure on the South to Integrate gins and the trend they are dii I tal: : UG / av i \ r1

nett Mississippi, well know the ill way of life The new playing. This trend the firm

technique Faubui forced the President could not do other feels goes far toward Justifying !atr

NEW J-bedroom maaonarjr, tll. hand of President Dwight D. wise and hold the big cities\ the belief that business will continue ,

bath farai fruit tr***, landscaped Eisenhower; in Little Rock and big slates.Legislative to be strong at least Into
IM Lab Snort Way, Lake 'Both Wallace and Barnett defied priority In this( t
All..... 14-11 mid 1964.
Kennedy and federal law new session of Congress goes

A determined mayor could do automatically to the tax reduc Jack Coleman of Bergman,
ai much. tion which already has
program Cummmgi 4 Co. believes there
e ROOM CB home. III* bath gar
heater P.vmtnti let 00 per month White Southerners were bitter passed the House The political! can be little doubt remaining,

t Near town and No elonlni Khooli\ eonta'No .dnwKyment 221: against John Kennedy The Re. questions now becoming urgentare that we are in a long term bull 1 gpAl6 / M YGU MUST

NW CY 4-1615 after I 0m. publican party mounted a cam these: market, and he feels the tech Hrt irf Noi HAV! COMB

0 13-1 paign to help the Uouth In get- Will there be further sub meal indicators tend to confirmit. B/4Iv/ WJIJLLY CI.06i I

bog rid of the Kennedyi. "The stantial delay In enacting civil :

1'01'LIII mn Rant Area Kennedys" wn a bitter phrase rights legislation r '
Modem 1 be..room home tI BANG ..
meaning John F. and h I 11 Would delay bring the Negroes
180 Don ISO pr Leslie M Pollack of Reynolds ..
or 1-0011 monk4Tl brother Att,. Gen Robert F. storming again into the & Co. is "very impressed with r OD .e

Kennedy. A Newsweek poll reported streets the action of the market over r.ta. 1Ii6
DUPLEX APARTMENTS October indicated Can President Johnson avoid ;7 J ', r
in 1963
Furnished or unlurauhed. Loki the past few weeks" and thinks tS1LIPNt4
Chi p7z15. H.lhta art, rhnn' CT that John F. Kennedy had forceful action In behalf of the general price level could : 1. .
37-Jan J lost since 1960 about 4 5 million civil rights which might inflame mork considerably higher over >

LOVELY l-bedroom, white Southern voters It was Southern whites against him. the foreseeable future.
furnlehed CB. all fenced.lo"'d:: estimated that he had pickedup President Johnson is trappedIn +

Haliua mil lanaecaped City Fl&.Writ Box 1374 l-ll since 1960 about 1 million a bad spot. Southern hotheads < > t

Negro voters. on either tide white or Police Out

ELECTRIC HOME, Verveo This civil right political bal. blick-ire In a position to destroy t +
v, / 0.0.1 ance sheet encouraged the Republicans his election chances He Of HorsesSAN
caao. Clou-ln. 111 Avenu
C,"Nk' 519rulllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllll3 to make their biggest hss no alternative to a hard- --

I play for Southern support It nosed enforcement of shout in FRANCISCO (UPITheSan PHa13ENIfACED MRANWNILE 1011 iIAUSL M eMT

I encouraged such governors ai tegration. He cannot retreat; Francisco Police Department IStr1 A Fa 7-.CenSvat 0(41 y srfQCreW AWAY foeeMN 7Pm410174W4Jek JrdmAMe304075VA7NWGQNAR

I Wallace and tome other South. must advance. la temporarily' out of .l q NIP aoivr NAAA4iWVR $AVAWAM.oR A.. iqP
horsepower, "with Ita 27 horse JrANO Acr ero I1Afl F I i AtMtXYN

Please Your | under treatment for sniffles, tvwctmmv 7A "' l 11 II i ij ir

I runny noses and other resplra O QgA.ILL4 7WldIZr1
Family |:: Television In Review tory ailments :

. 1 Members of the mounted pa. 7t ? 5I'd

I with this lovely Itkeview j By DICK DU BROW tided to hold back their radio trol detail have been assignee j ? l I rrvr

22 hornet! The open planned j js and telvlslon commercials un to radio can and foot patrol III '

living area plut a large j js HOLLYWOOD (UPI) It ll ti19 p.m. each day. There Ii a duty on a temporary basis :l: t r II It. ?
icreened recreation difficult to be impressed by the
area ; '
similar practice England c;)
= will provide room for all television network for deciding, of
where the Royal College
3 family ictivitiei.. j at the last possible moment to
Physicians issued a condemning Court
Record 1
re-examine their advertising
| Thli newly decorated j jg of the surgeon general'i report about cigarette smoking /

three bedroom home itS report on smoking. about two yean ago. COUNTY COLE

situated on a well lands No one, of course, expects Marrlaa Llceaie
leaped lot overlooking i ig Television officials, who like cigarette smoking or advertising Hare Young Brown M Dun- --
to tell the to mind de.. and
government Mary Adrlann Wood it, ONE
Lake Jessie. about It, to disappear. If the COME
: its own business and let the Industry Dundee. [SOMEONE! WILL SWIPE BLONDIE.n THEYREONMY WELL
British reaction is typical it James Edward White. II. Au- HIS SHOES OUT HERE! 5HOE5 THE BACK ALL THE WAY
Present owners must e i handle its own problems will hold Its own numerically burndala and Judy Doreiha. llokea, I JUST SHINED I'LL I TAKE THEM PORCH.. rp
i ia in this used the 17 Auburndala. ARE HEY MUST'VE JUST STAND
| move to Clearwater and nee government The however has MV SHOeS-ILLPUT AROUND TO THE
are offering good (inanej j report as a crutch to key point John William fchlrah Jr. 91 THEM OUT BACK PORCH GONE 1 WALKED THER[
been the depiction of such advertising Fort Myera, and Verna Lucntia
s log on this most desirable avoid major action until there for youngsters as Decuer, 91 Jacluonvlll HERE TO ; nM AROUN15BYTHEM..
other choice. Daniel William McCormack. ... AIR ,
property Price: $18.500. = was virtually no
= sELVEs
smoking with lex, maturity
equating Tampa, and ta:
Virginia Hall T aft IS
5 For appointment to see, : The "respectable" argument virility and glamor. This Tampa

S please callGERTRUDE j has been that though evidence has been a particular problem Nick Charter Griffin II HalntL 6 (
about has mounted it City and Mary Cathlean .
smoking OLeary
BRYAN I because of the growing amountof 17, Lak. Alfred, 2:
fair to let such
war only an
spending money wielded by Julian David Pi.tor. II. Lak. oFi1 r
| Eve. Sun. CYI05S. j jI authoritative body resolve the teenageri, and the Increislng land and Jawal McClaln 11, Lak-
heated pros and cons Suddenly land
advertising aimed at them. lIall. FU"
these same television officials another storm warning was the M Blrdl Shier v. Laurence J
TOWN. COUNTRY :: found themselves unequipped to Indication last year that athletes Ire. civil action 1300
: Quit 011 Corp. etc, Cecil C
handle their problem through v*
-Z11u.n, ij1rrmn mwronm = warning signals have teen la- would be finding less employment Bteveni. civil action. I4M. Ir!l 7
In television cigarette Edith Antler v*. Ed Coney, removal .
tt9'U4l.. li1 liiIIU UiJUI! )
f sued more than a year by no eommerclali. of tenant

less a person that Leroy Collins, COUNTY COURT
;FolililluunnnuuuununnuliuG12&l5; president of the National Association Still it is only now, it the WIN Turd5port
eleventh hour, that the networks .man'. Products Inc. etc. ta: I ORDSRID THAT 6OUNP LIKV COULD 1CUea $PAW YEAN, THAT WAC A CUD N
of Broadcasters (NAB). examining their advertising Y. Elman O Taylor, etc, civil 10U TO frlCbCTOYOUR ThC BACK DOOftBEU. A SANDWICH FOR A CURS!.. CHANGE OF MIND00C /
If NAB members listen to are action dunaiei. DitTIF POOR, NUNGRY MAN F UN-I
Collins In the future, they may itandards. The Federal Either McNelce Tunnell. *te., v*. s: 2 CATCH lt/u AT THAT MEAN NOJ1

(I-A) Grovel find themselves avoiding ad. Trade Commission, it la said, .te.Atlantis. civil Coaat action Un Railroad Co., c;) f1:3."U1I 5RAINA160AU/,2'LL ERIN Gsb
to take drastic actionin
verse situation. Long ago, be may try John D. Luke Vi. John L. Rob 52C .
III ACRES 10 aere 01.., warned his colleagues about the regard to cigarette advertising .ru. civil action 1
w.B, Irtleatlnn tvp. trovi. before Congress Whatever happens, in tele Shell oil Co. etc. v*. Annlcle ) ,r
ratings mess
for 1X000, I/I Down, biilanc eves vision the decision will have the Name Miller, civil action
T "ear. GENE COOPER REG. Investigated It. But ai with his Order sad l>*rre. c:
BROKER Uk Alfred 1711535(14A onus of appearing forced, and
1.11 admonitions about aiming cigarette France Yvonne Walk. v.. "'0
commercials at youngsters not the more pleasant aspect of Marihal Laonard Walker Sr, final .
being a public service gesture decree dlvorc 4I
h. had little '
Oaceol Bennett Phllllpi ve. /
( ) Lots & AcreageCHOICE In 1962 he caused a furor I Donald Eugene Phillip final .- 1
The Cbannm CBS.TV's'Chronicle" cre. divorce. .
when he said there was grow : .T .I / I
Horace" Woodlnw Claaecock at :t: ,
"' I : uVi I
has of the moat
: RESIDENTIAL: : LOT Garden Road. Owner smoking posed "a serious hiz- provocative coming attractionsIn decree foracloalnc mortiaf /i 1-I9
ard to health." television's I comedy history I Leroy Robert .t us v*. M0nm.Scanoea .
will flnane Call J94-3834. loTI
had Feb 1%. The four. aherllf etc., and Walter ..
The television Industry original man "'. Manic dliml.ul.Buion .

other danger signals In the put British cast of the satirical Fay Bcofleled Royal v*. -'Ti I I 7 cons
woe Ar
WATER FRONT year or so "CBS Reports" created broadway revue "Beyond The Carl Llewellyn Royal, order for TNI MAAiI1Na lERI1 me seurr A ItsNp CULTUM NERr-100000yfAA/ONrciR(tnf there 7135$ l'VE LUSNE5

rumbles when It did a Fringe" will star In a one.hour child aupporlEaet River Bavlnfi Bank etc.Vi ., N i I UYINO O/NATUAtANO1CINC TMATMAKt UIt00K ARTAN00pp0 TtLEMTMIC RECOADlNdlg 0 IN gApsuica. III I mcii eusic LA05360K irs ete/1 TNEiC THC NA0tge1 ART THEIR,

144 acn 19.:300 A up d acre study of the smoking question. adaptation of a prophetic novel Herbert Klmbrell It ux and ill IAASAAUNi /, lIN( THAEE YtAAs OF MT UEgllrte"

ii .. M 3 750 1, down 30 balanc.$25krp.r; Last June, a tobacco institute by Jules Verne about an at- e.Charles.... foreceloiinf r Clark mortgaie el us. final d.. iV

month spokesman admitted that most tempt to send three men on a Fleet Federal ....In.. and Loan i\ I

top cigarette companies would 'lunar expedition The project Aiaoclatlon of Lakeland etc, vs.Howard .
VARNER itop advertising in college pub- 'Includes i capsule with such T. Lewi et ux and Jack \
Eugene Moor et us, final deer .
14 8th St. NW CY 3-M54 *
icatloni. The lime month tobacco comforts 11 plush furniture and Torecloalna1 mortfav. w AII

aTr sponsors in Canada de I good wines. Jixephln Swine Wellman v*.
Richard L. Wellman. final decree
divorce. '

Mary Davis v*. Neal L. Dents ,
Legal AdvertisingNOTICE DAILY CROSSWORD final decre dlvorc ter I -

James J. Hardln vi Barbara M. if I IssA lie
ACROSS Machine 22.TWot I. Hadln. final doer* dlvorc.
or iirENiiox: : : TO 1. SpirIted part Il'o :. r A r Th* Saving Bank of Utica etc.
MAUL AFhLirATIIH Pisa 'VI.AtUlstUAUI.E ,' Drinking Dl.matchtd 24Thln ;Ge Vi Jamee. Wllwrn et ux final decr -
I It l A *. fnrecloelnf mortgage.
Probate A.. aM4>M-UI vessels 7.South cUlt\ A nB.
IN RE: .STATE OF I .The Ameriellll Ion () r rSerptUI'el fall 1"110.poruaell *
WILLIAM K. 81.NSABAUGH.Deceee.d. t r --
republic 25. Flab .: OUmor 4\/ CUmor* -
ALL WHOM IT MAY 10. Clo.. tat Medieval 28.Let.tar t I Q anti ; va, J.M|. :Ja Oeraldln ,
TO CONCEBJ: poet. .tory 211. Reo L Mama, HO.18. 51ptCKgPUSrOOT +Cf AAVK. 'eRSYPOiMCi Mtfr*051000 ON hATN TUEMASta
that t R. E uilmor d/b/a OUmor 1111 LATt NSW AtE A YCAE Ado.AY TONT 710.5, n osr,
Noun I Ia hereby .Ivon U. Circuit I.Noctumal 'A m vr THW f MYL.Lif WAf
have filed my final ropol'Ado 13.Join prow IJ r EN' Pontiac yo. Charts) Denny, 141 U.R. flshCtfUrtfINTN[ AeOuCTeo FRON Iles Cvlow6APARTMGHT I ,Ns iryoLeso B0GK SdAOCORD AeelAio!
mmlatratrlx of the estate of William : mammal 21.YesSp. I!. < E.: Utlnuir d/b/a Gilmore ta: WARD ROGV1 OF W wwwliC srlwaRfONf Me nil ATTeMPT b efeAK 7 [bMrI
M nubauilt, d e cca* d 24. Cang 11.King 14:Draw Pontiac v*. Luther Taylor Jr, / IMO10fwewlDwN I THS OAHK RJ A M! vsnd aaNT 130 M
that I hav Iliad a'I:: petition for 15.Wharf iyPafanner forth T.0.ndq'e Aoou R. II:. OUmor d/b/a Ollmor A PMYLLI! sew) GAtwO teuMC/0os
apply final to dlacharir th* Hon, Richard that A I Bron-will 18. Marshy 11.You:old 3S.Chang .0. Specks Pontlao v*. Clyd H 'and LaoelaWxaon J. {/ i TeT eyCNTlw

County Judge of Polk County outlet of form ::8.LIke a wlnr 41.Lenda $71ILR. X w
eon .
E. ....
Uilmor ..
/11/ 011.
Florid, on th. 10th day of Tebmuary river 18.Round J7. Singh measure
1864. for approval of th* **m* 20. Piece Pontlaa va. Tom McCray, S47SO. : j
and for final dlacharir* aa Admininratrlx 20.Unhappy voice 43.Garden R. E' Ollmor d/b/a Gilroore I
of th* vital* of William of turf 21.Geisha 10.Genus of toot Pontlaa v*. fcugen: Croeby, 160R. tao
M nubauKh.. dectiwd 23. Per. to rtrI'liula euekooplnt K.TIN E. Ollmor d/b/a rhino
Tile elk day of January 1S 4. pottery Pontiac v*. D L. Coker, MO.
/a/8tlla W. 8naabaubAdmlnlatratrlx 27 Around 1 R. E Gllmora d/b/a Ollmor .
: : L II I" I" Pontiac ... C. M Coli.,. |30R. r'1 rrC
nf th* *atat IciuabauKk ofWilliam 29 Knife pats E. OUmore d/b Ollmor o I .

1><-<'....41 M 30.Distribute t I' n Pontlae Vi Leonard Pool., la.1*. I 4a
Harry C:. Kin. 12. Golf term R. 11:. Ollmor ./b/a O'lmor A
Attorney At Law J3. One of I r Pontiac va Ooorn Ilci, |3S 4R. .. 4
Winter Bans Fla many lit I-- E Ollmor. d/b/a Ollmor

Jan. I. 15. 22. 21. 1M4 June i3 '// 1'II,I Pontlae va.CC. Marco I3S4L
Don Scott Motor v*. John r. -
I:!.In.COtlallc" r/z v.as. Mount MO
fog J6 r II H Don 8eott ... 1'-1 '
Motor William
: ; W TMt FACT
Fr.artistcult Matthewa, It] 15 .
application "" MR.AH! uimMllKTIf.
la till public lnltr.il an TMAT f""* not
for Ikr.nw renewal wa M.den jI J.I l& 011 L l6 Don Scott Motor ... Roy .... 2 tKUl YOOU ON THt C5NTKAW, .. .{MAKING A FATM(7ICTH1TA
1963. to OOf'ral' Mohun lard V* (4 60NNA OIW Ml OUT
Dcmbr 30. :: VTTO.I WANT W .mNi Vtlty HANDXJMt-
Radio Station WINT.TM. .WmwrHavra. melon deity 11 u 1 Don Scott Motor v*. Joyce Had- Foe lit wAY t ACICD .AN& A'tXOaZt THANKOeJNd V-V''IN 'IOUN' .. i
An .lo L.Fa* den Tucker 1144 11. >
Florida by AT TNt wry MMf SI
th* Federal 44. Frenzy ,
art. the llrrnc, with Elbert: T. Ford v* Dorll E: Kent. 'rO HAtEUKNf
Communication CommlMion.punuant 4b.A ptcnle jI JI SA tHAU NOT MK toes to
to \.1, SSI of ItaRul spot f imWarehoue Purnltur Co. va '0( '-- k ID M TMIOU6M TMt (XHttlUft -
Th s1atloap.rat. AAAIU.!
and R L-- I
d& Keen II HR.Dron Mom and Laura William reptevyLittle -'i
Ira kw.a, on Channel 171 I"1 Ir.pnJ"t; : // // / 4 Co v*. Bmtnern Cllru ao

I* *ol I* owner 'Mf mbr of the J"* II.Jewels ri M ss JI N w II Product. S 33.Dawion .. .
lie who.deilr to brine to tn* Corami : / j/' Moran David Cox.
M ... attention lute 000.01Ina DOWN replavyMattl, ::a
the ooerallo of the lIal_ J.HoarfroeI'" It N Lou Wldn r v*. Randal l
hould writ to th. Federal Communlcailoni .- 2.Syrtan Walker' Taylor Jr 1500. I
Commlailon. Waahliwto 1'"$ .. Hxtchlnvm v*. Vly-
39. later than January a ::0 :1.z':
D.C. not taw *e ; Ma Britt 111777Lrroy .
91. ihould *et fourtkI t
I'M Letter
delall the .pclfl fact whtekth I.Ascend .ft ... A Co 133410Blmmona Helm v*. David Bllfor rtI
writer .I.h.
,. oa Una application. suu Ufed Car v*. Jemee
""" .1<1. In paaln' I I Y
H A'ford rrnlevy '
Jaa/A17.MSaN Jack Bran_ va. Jack Moor f

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