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 16, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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!:i First Contest Air Opened Derby Winter Haven Daily s y hief

To Local Pilots The City Of 100 Lakes "You Always Read It First In The News-Ch!. ,..pita! Of The World


Officlali of the Florida Air .
I Derby today threw the contest VOL. 53-No. 92 ,
open to local pilot because of .
the cancellation of out- 'state
I, fliers who report either their

I not airports flyable.snowbound or weather Death Toll Is Now SevenFrom

I Pilots from tie Winter Haven .

1 area are requested to call
the Winter Haven Chamber of +
i Commerce to obtain entry a w's
I blanks. w
Cancellations hive come
from Indiana and north Geor N
gia. Heavy snow is predicted LiCHECK

", for several southeastern state Canned Heat
because of a low pressure area Drinking
that Mexico.developed in the Gulf of

One pilot, MM Edna C Card-

, net Whyte arrived yesterday .. .
J from Fort Worth, Tex.. despitethe ,
weather. She flies a Beech Five More Are
Musketeer 23. which Indicates
a speed of 123 miles per hour. '

only Mrf.woman Whyte pilot.will not Competingin be the Panama Pact Nears CollapseChiari : Seriously III

the event is Miss Barbara

Hull of Winter Haven who will AIR DERBY ROUTE-Mn. Betty Cones, left, .... -
fly a Cessna 150, which Indicates f Albany G., and Mrs. George Whyte, Ft. Worth, T..., 4 --- -
a speed of 150. Bra Pat check the route for the First Annual Winter Haven Air Seeking + After ImbibingThe

Patterson of Indianapolis, Ind., Derby. They were the fleet two entrants from out of lUte u
Is among those who have can I "
I for the event, scheduled to be held Saturday. s ri1
celled. I A death toll reached seven -
The contest is not a race. It New AgreementOn
today when four more pepsons
is flight bawd on I
the a pilot's proficiency ability to estimate I Two Women Pilots fUii died from the effects of

time in flight and the amountof I h drinking canned heat.
fuel consumed. The takeoffwill I Canal ZonePANAMA I At least another five persons

be from Gilbert Field with I KSad are In serious condition at the
the fastest plane leaving firstat Arrive For Air DerbyThe 1 County Hospital in Bartow after .
I a.m. Saturday. CITY (UPIThe) squeezing the alcohol out of

Touch.and-go landings will agreement between Panama' : the jellylike substance and
be made at Sebring Airpark I and the United States appeared e ., drinking It.
first two out-of'state pilots also a qualified instructor and I a
and Sarasota-Bradenton Air- on the verge of collapse today, A new type of canned heat,
to enter the first Annual 'I link operator. less than 24 hours after its ? now on the market, contains
e V briefing will be held for Winter Haven Air Derby, Mrs A graduate registered nurse, signature. t deadly ethanol and methyl alcohol -
I III M. Edna) Whyte, and I Mr,. Whyte spent six years In l
I pilots at S:30 p.m. tomorrow at George ( There were contradictory interpretations somewhat similar to
Mrs. Betty Cones, arrived in i the Navy Nurse Corps and wasa
Continued on Page 5, Col. 4) I Ij of its terms. pure rubbing alcohol.
town yesterday. I flying Instructor during Panama felt that the pact Chief Criminal InvestigatorEd
II They will be partners In the World I War II. bound the U.S. to negotiate a PeReus of the Polk County
Voters CanRegister event, scheduled for Saturday I She ia a past president of revision of the 60. year old Sheriff's Office, paid all-out effort
j and will fly a Beechcraft Musketeer the Ninety-Nine club. controls the Canal Zone. The by county deputies and theConstable's
! From 23. I Mrs. Whyte laid she hopes United States, on the other office in Winter
Mrs. Cones, a pilot with nearly the Winter Haven Air Derby hand, emphasized it bad merely Haven Is now underway to confiscate .
10 years of experience, Is will become a regular annual canned heat.
9 To 9 FridayThe agreed to discuss the issues Involved the
j She event.
originally from In the crisis DeReus said today the new
presently lives In Albany, Ga., In case of bad weather Saturday container,
aluo In t new
Winter Haven temporary Statements by I'ana.a'iI'teaident type
with her husband who le! a major the event will be postponed marked "Danger.
Is clearly
registration office in city Roberto T Chlarl
U.S. Air Force stationed until Sunday
ball will be open from 9am.to in the I and Foreign Minister Galielo Poison but these persona are
at Turner Air ForceBase. Although
the warning
9 p.m., Friday straight Soils were considered In diplomatic overlooking
through the dinner hour. In British I '"circles to constitute a It la not Illegal to sell
earned both Dickinson To
She his start
when people
the stuff,
this way. voters who cannot and American private pilot licenses repudiation of the agreement.
between The battle of words threatened dying you must
get to the city hall and is a member of the
I and I can go after work, exclusive Ninety-Nine Club, an to plunge the area into new he said. said he contacted
or at any time up to 9 p.m. international organization of licensed I AnnounceFRED confusion even though the U.S. DeReus wholesale aluo outlets of the.
Voters who were discouragedby Army returned control of the
women pilots. N
the long lines and the long The name "Ninety.Nine" lone to American civilian authorities --- 1. .. B_ y ,. J.tLL (Continued on Page 5, Col. 4))
waits In the early days of the comes from the original 99 women -, today indicating the
re-registration should try again that organized the club. reestablishment of law and order WILt RUN NJsW BANK U* : MVvle; V'rtI.llt.an4! CI''Wer of 6h0 Amer.

now. More and'fewer workers eople have >been'ar. ''It presently throughout hat over the world l.MO. ; and after rloleece a: .week_ 'of turmoil. -- I' lean National I."k"w CVpreu Y,4ood, now" in proc." of organizing U l ilown with Democrats Say i]
on '
Andrew. Ir.land'preaid.nt.;; .
coining\ In te.register, A totalof Mr. *hyte, four, time winner Passmanlae inalsneat .h. -,
17.000 Polk County voters I of the International Air I the jtd-Si-te 'spell out now
re-registerged fat the first 10 Race and three time winner of its willingness to negotiate anew Suburban BankStockholders Glenn To Run

days, out of 77,000 on the rolls the Miami International Wo canal treaty contributed Villas May Be Rebuilt
a a of Dec. 31, 1963. This is men's Race, has been flying i to uneasy tension throughout
about 22 per cent of the voters. since 1927. She la from Ft. Panama City,
The office of the Supervisorof Worth, Tex. Presidential Press Secretary For Senate
Registration estimates that She has many licenses and Fabian Velarde laid specifically
bout 65,000 voters will be on ratings, including: a commercial Panama will not resume relations Says Club's President I
close license, single and multi- with the United States unless
when the books
the ratings the U. S. government assures were strong today that astronaut
4. Mrs. James L. Yount, engine land and sea plane Hold 1st MeetSuburban I
April of the League of and i helicopter and com- Panama that it will initiate The Villas Winter Haven's left by the fire, he appointedthe John Glenn may circle his
president Voters of Winter Haven merclal glider ratings. She il negotiations for a new private club which was destroyed directors to special committees native Ohio as a senatorial candidate
Women treaty to substitute those In existence. full-service banking which will make their this year rather than circle
"We hope they are last In jive-
said: Friday a
at another meeting the globe ai a space
la near for Winter Haven af
that the final figures
wrong, and Peace returned to thj shareholders of the American hour fire, may be rebuilt, scheduled to be held tomorrow pioneer.
that Polk County Reserve
will show Naval troubled zone area at 8 a.m. National Bank in Cypress Gar Charier T. Perks president of The chairman also stated The 43.year-old aenlor astronaut
value their more
voter that all former voters when U. S. Army troops were dens now In process of organizing the club reported today, (Continued On Page S Col. 1)) could not be cobtacted but
than that; withdrawn from border positions held their initial meet The report came following a lie passed word along to aides
now eligible to reregisterwill FRED 0. (BUD) DICKINSONFred and authority returned to civilian ing last night. board of directors meeting that he bad "no comment to
do so. and that many new Inspection Gov Robert J. Fleming, Jr. earlier this week during which No Frost make"
0. (Bud) Dickinson of
be added in this Directors elected were: G
voters will At the same the run.... cir Parka reviewed the status of Earlier, a high Democraticaource
West Palm Beach to make G. HancockJr. LAKELAND (UPI-The morning
fast growing county. was Carlton Dorr, A.
culated Panama had demanded the club. In Ohio and the Amerlcsn -
hit formal announcement todayat .. Lex Y. Hood! Andrew P. he amazed temperature bulletin from
recall of the American Embassy Parka said was to Broadcasting Co. both said
Slated MondayThe Ireland, A. R. Klemm, WilliamL. the Lakeland Weather Bureau:
3 p.m. In Tallahassee that he staff and was bringing learn so many members had Glenn would announce from Co-
Roe Howard Forecast for peninsular Florida
Raley, Willard ,
home ita diplomats from Wash voiced their opinions to have for
is a candidate for governor. for tonight and Friday: lumous, Ohio his candidacy
Frederick H.
US. Naval Reserve Winter Dickinson will then meet with ington. In Washington, the State E. Sands Jr., the club rebuilt. the: U S. Senate on the Democratic
his West Florida precinct captains Department said it bad not Schultz Thomas V. Snlvely Jr., "It seemed to me", he said, Cloudy north and partly ticket.
Haven unit, which ia Electronics Carl Strang Jr., Norman A. south and central districts.
in Pensacola'a San Carloa beard such reports. "that the fire did more to weld cloudy The Ohio Democrat said the
Division (9, will have Hotel tonight. Tomorrow, he t Street, Judge Asbury Summer. the membership together, and Warmer tonight and mild would go to Columbus
eta annual Inspection on Monday will confer with precinct captains I Im, and Roy C. Summerlin. I make everyone more awarethan Friday Occasional rain northern spaceman to make the official announcement
Ireland, president of the ever before of the beauti districts and possibly central
Jan. 20, the Inspection in Jacksonville Orlando, within few days.
headed American National Bank In Winter ful club we had and how important districts tonight.I Scattered
nS team being by Capt Tampa, Miami and West Palm Reports began to circulate In
Joseph J. Kearney, USNR, of Beach, winding up the tour Saturday Haven, will also head the It was' to e a chand showers mainly central and Ohio last week that Glenn
Omaha Neb. morning I with I a breakfast I new bank as Ita president and every one of ua and to Winter southern districts Friday Lowest would run for the aeat now held
Lex Y. Hood, currently vice Haven." The club has a membership temperatures Friday mornIng -
The division, which ii com meeting in Fort Lauder- Sen. Stephen M. Young of
manded by U. Cmdr. Phillip I president of the downtown bank, of about 400 he noted. ranging from near 50 north.ern Cleveland by

R. Campbell, will be inspected I dale.At an announcement planning I (Continued On Page 5 Col. S) Parka, who acted as chairman districts to the low 60'a ABC Science Editor Jules
in administrative, training and session in his West Palm Beach of the meeting, called for I e:.sreme southeast coast. said Glenn told him
personnel home last night Dickinson stated discussion on various business I Future temperature outlook: Bergman
On the Inspection team representing -I "Florida in 1964 and the i Quinn To RunFor matters of the club. Due to No frost danger: through: Saturday -I. )y telephone from Houston that
On 5 Col. S)
( Page
the National Naval Re- years ahead facea a world of 1 1r many unanswered questions
-- -- -- -
serve Inspection Board, besides severe competition. Our economy -

Capt. Kearney will be Cmdr. and growth depend upon I .
Edmund J. Stronski, USN, of our ability to surpass that com Legislature yi

JAMES E. STEPHENS JR. I St. Cloud, and Cmdr. Charles petition. Foreign countries are J
E. Mason, USNR. of Omaha, fighting for our tourist dollar-
and two enlisted men. other states are moving at full Q Qultman, Quinn, 30 r'
Officer Named Two other officers will be speed. old resident of Wahneta, has re
; present for the inspection: "If we want the kind of Florida announced his candidacy for -
; Cmdr. Benjamin B. Alston, I believe can be ours In Polk County Group 2 legislative I
USNR, of Pompano Beach, '' the future, we must do everything ..- seat. .J
By Region Bank Sixth Naval District Reserve better." I|I RICHARD L. IIENLEY Two others have Indicated I

Electronics program officer; He said the Dickinson cam that they will run for the Polk ___
and Cmdr. Hillman B. Myers, paign slogan ia "One Sunshine County seat Incumbent Ray
James E. (Ed) Stephens Jr., USNR, who is commanding officer State", I Henley Joins Mattox will be seeking his fifth
27, has been named Vice PresIdent of the Naval Reserve A former state senator, Dick two-year term. City Commissioner

and Loan Officer of the (Continued On Page S Col. 1)) (Continued on Page 5, Col. 2) Jack Turner of Auburn-
Lake Region Bank of Commerce --- -- -- --- -- dale has also Indicated he will
Carlcton Lucius, president First FederalFirst
announced. Annual 'Dollar For Scholar'Campaign run.Quinn 1 Is a graduate of the
Stephens previously was affiliated University of Florida and a
with the First National Federal Savings and lieutenant. He ia now working
Bank of Tampa.He I Loan Association of Winter with the food commodity program
is an honor graduate of To Begin Jan. 26 Haven officials announced at the Bartow Air Base.
Frostproof High School and majored appointment of Richard L. th'l Quinn was born and rearedIn
in business administra ley, controller Polk County He was active
tion at the University of Tampa The annual Key Club "Dollar' the Key Club to Henley, formerly of Mu la politics at the univer
and the University of South I for Scholar" drive was announced It lends money to Idminlster'l lon, Mich, has been in Florida city He married the former
Florida. He has completed) the by Dave Fisher, club uatea of Winter since 1960, was controller of I Joanne Ellis lie Is now a mem- ,
first year of the School of Banking president yesterday. The drive High School to First Federal Savings and Loan ber of the Polk County Democratic
of the South. I will start nnl/ 28. through college. Association of Clearwater and Executive Committee
Stephens served two years In I This a memorial to This year the goal is $2,500 then for three years was an ex.. I Two candidates are so far
the U. S. Marine Corps as a I Dick Parker and Spike Gould ItJ\ hoped that this can be miner for the Federal Home Indicated for the Group 1 seat,
communications Instructor holding I two former outstanding Key collected ia a six hour period, I Loan Bank Board In Washing They are Kingswood Sprott Jr., I .
the rank of sergeant upon Club members who were killedin from 1pm. until 7 p.m. by ton until he accepted the post 29-year-old Lake Walea attorney ...... .....
discharge.\ an airplane accident. The a door to door souticitaUon.. at First Federal here I and Wallace Storey, Bar-
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens and young men were on their way The club members will make I He was raised and educated In tow lawyer Storey baa not officially
daughter, Betsy 2, reside at back to college In 1958 when the drive in Greater Winter' Miiskegon, and served In the I announced yet. >
10717 Dowry Avenue Tampa they ran Into some foul weather Haven and Lake Alfred areas. city recreation department for I II The Group > cat la

but plan to move to Winter and their plane plunged In- The committee In charge of I two years as a supervisor, and :I II vacated by Ben Hill beln'l CROSS MEETING The Polk County Association of Red Crou Chapter held Its
Haven at the earliest possible to the ground. the project are: Bob Mussel- I was a member of the city fire' who Is running for the I RED afternoon review .
date. Stephens la the son of I As a memorial to their sons white, chairman John McKay [ department for five years, rising seat now held by Scott Kelly' regular meeting at the Winter Haven Headquarters yesterday to aetmties
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Stephens the fathers started the funds I and Dan Godfrey. The students i to the rank of lieutenant Kelly la leaving the senate seat .f the peal three months and make plans for the sent three. From left James

Babicn Park. ,I II Ir I and turned the money over to I urge liberal giving. I(Continued oc Page S, Cot. 4)I to run for governor. 1 Thomas Grant Henry True Mill Hilda Merriman, and Paul Anderson.


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Casual Town 1 I Lawyer Jars ProceedingsAt DOUBLE DOUBLE


Grand Opening Trial With Baby Act wlrt' I S&HGREEN with

.o"n ft.u_ ._ ..'L._ __ S&H I
HOLSTON 1.1"1cn:7 ra 11 j& 10 bet about possible perjury

Held Foreman, a burly detente lawyer GREEN

Today jarred proceedings at a The pretty red haired mother STAMPS
I STAMPS Northgate Center of Free Parking
pre trial murder hearing was Beverley Chambers when Shopping Plenty
her boyfriend shot. Bonds
Trict'i Casual Town, 231 W. Wednesday in district court. wn charged with shooting the CY 3-2129 Open Until l 10 P.M. Daily

Central Ave, beld 1U grand He swung a It-day-old Infant boy in the head in anger over
opening today into his arms with the deft his attention to the girl ."

Otba C. Trice, owner and handling of a mid-wife and It was quiet In the courtroom ,xsglnra j' wr:

operator of the store laid ba burped It over his shoulder until Mrs. White called upon

was, "overwhelmed by the tremendous I 1 1l District Judge Sam Davis, to the Foreman to take the baby. But exalt
ensuing commotion
opening I day rt- l whom Foreman had just said: anyone from bearing wheth. o 1ltw: @ OAwee

spons" "Judge I've got to burp the er the baby actually burped.

Ha noted that the store open ---- baby," lit open mouthed apparently
; -
ed at 8.30: and by 10 o'clock it FFA CONTESTANT Bar- too stunned to reply.

was jammed with customers. j' bar Jones Is a finalist In Foreman was in court irgu- Debris Found SALE

Trice,who hId off his grand the club'i annual Sweet. log with other attorneys whether -
Mrs. Scott White, 16, should
opening until he felt hla stock heart Contest. Being ipen. O

was complete and representative cored by the Interact Club be grand forced Jury.to appear before the From SchoonerMIAMI ENDS

of 'only the finest Quality she Is the daughter: of Mr. The infant was Mrs. White's,
and Mrs. J. H. Jones. Her
medium priced merchandise, and Foreman had asked Davis
talent Is dramatic: reading. to Invalidate her subpoena. She (UPI) -Debris.pos- SATURDAYJAN
bn been In the ready-wear
was brought to the bearing on sibly from the missing schooner
business for U ,earl. I Enchantress, wn found floating
a stretcher, and fed the baby
Key Club Names from a bottle while lawyers in the Atlantic Wednesday night 18th
argued. about 160 miles east of Jackson
WTVT Offers Foreman said she wss still
Toe Coast Guard
said helicopters
Free Time To 5 SweetheartsFive too weak from the stress and recovered a white Ill.-
strain of childbirth to be up
raft a life Jacket, fishing tackle
and about. I ltemsL"
All Candidates Mrs White is a stepdaughterof and a mahogany door. % Price ,
"It could be from the Enchantress ,
girls were elected
Jack W, Bonds 42, accused .
WTVT Channel 13, Tampa- and then again it not
Sweethearts of Winter Haven of shooting to death her former IIXAU
Sl be, said a Coast Guard spokes REXAU
Petersburg (Fla.) has offered
boy friend William John Wild- UXA1L
High School' Key Club at th.dub' man.
free time to Florida gubernatorial III 13, in 1963. RUBBINGALCOHOL MULTIPLE
en early ABLJ
regular meeting earlier The trim two muted craft MINUTHAI CHEW anwwMC
candidates to discussissues The district attorney's office
la the 1964 campaign.Announcement I this week. suspects someone has attempted vanished lending out Monday distress night calls eying after ;J MULTIPLE VITAMINS VITAMINS
The girls, chosen on the to get Mrs. White to commit ONI TAIUT DAILY
of the offer it was linking in stormy seas. e.,,,, n.i.Ios| I rutnre!
basis of outstanding service perjury because she was missing ',..
The debri MMI 22c
i flown to O/
was made by Eugene B. Dod- was May- .=:I 3 1011.50PANOVITE
son, vide president and manager rendered to the school, are, for several days while port Fla., for further analyii -::: aN.us ..4Se
to contact her.
of 'WTVT. Dodson said the Pam Canes Barbara Jones prosecutors and aa attempt at positive identification tf. J.OO
one-half-hour programs will be I Davis apparently unimpressed the Coast Guard laid.
Mary Frlesner Anne Field,
by Foreman'i maternal
made available to each candidate -I The previous owners of theM
and Emily Smyths. antics, overruled the request I
fight: candidates foot schooner said none ol
have -announced The first official duty of thlDe.,11 and the young mother was subpoenaed the equipment found Wednesday NEW RIXAURUIBIN. REXAll MILK
are expected to soon. elected Sweethearts will for both the grand jury night was aboard the boat when .
Each candidate will and for Bonds' murder trial asa they sold it to John Peltoa. ALCOHOL GEL OF MAGNESIA MULTIPLE VITAMINS Panadts
be Saturday when they act ai
witness.The ...
However. Pelton hired Mia- awn.ese
viewed by two WTVT newsmen -
who will give the candidate cheerleaders when the Key grand jury wan expected mists Christopher Dsbrowskl as I .reel Pee .n hne..erlelR.pllt Id e.. 49c / of ID 49Crn.ri...
aa opportunity to air his I Club slashes with the Hl-Y Club his skipper and Dabrowskl ordered a-- ItdIo :: (... e e. g.Psc
i ---- ---- --- -- ---- i
views on key matters without In a basketball game at the the boat into Charleston 49, IAn M ruins, vow tm twe ruse
"putting the guest on the spot," gym. Area DeathHORACE S.C., last week for refurbishing.The w-: Ian twin Me ttUmmattaMl 3.14
according to Dodion. AQ local high school fens items could have been put tot US
To be aired on the Channel have been invited to attend the aboard then.
13 "Insight" series, the programs game. It. LEWIS Dabrowskl was at the helm ol
will be scheduled on the blue boat when it left Char '
Horace R. Lewis, ss, 1S49
Sunday afternoons, beginning lesion last Thursday for the GER-RITE 60 REXAU KLENZOANTlSEPnc
Seventh St. SW died suddenly
March I, Dodson Slid. The programs Virgin Islands. Pelton his wife
at hit resident R'&L' BUFFEREDASPIRIN
December Rain Wednesdaymorning. VITAMIN ACT IRON TABLETS
are not involved In teatitive and two children: also were
plans for a debate aerie aboard. =
which bat been proposedby A native of Tate County /iluSMnrn 1.39 LLO 34t .../RM! ./IIDUTHWASIII;
two of the candidates, he MI.... he came to Winter Haven 4T.it.irf /PIRI% Mg. dPe
added. Above AverageWEST eight yean ago and wn a Control Board laB MI real
Following la the tentative citrus worker. He was a vet. /N acessM1sae '1.- swsjnsiMII: ......

schedule of programei( March Bran of World War II. To Inspect rare ha LM 2.98 ...IM 74c

1. Jacksonville M.rVHay4onBums PALM BEACH (UFI)- Survivors include his mother
+ ; March I, Fred Dickinson December rainfall was two Mrs. Berta Lewis, PosgvlUe College SitesTALLAHASSEE
; March 13, Ken Folks; Inches above normal but the Miss; two Misters Mrs. J. F
March 22. Miami Mayor Robert Central and Southern Florida Walker. Hattlesburg, MI..., and I' (UPI) Tie .....- RfXAUCHEWABLE OAuMl-3!

King High; March 29. Repreiwtstive Flood Control District said today Mrs. J. H. Powers, Coldwsttr, Board of Control will take on BLUE ORAL UTlSEPTIC ANTISEPTIC MOUTH
Charles Holley; AprilS I it Is still suffering from the Miss.; and one brother Wendell the-ground looks at new sites

Representative Fred Karl; 'effects of a two.year drought Lewis, Tampa. offered for aa east-central Florida .OUTHWASH Js S VITAMIN C .. few bsti ,
April 12. Senator Scott Kelly; Lake Okeechobee, heart of Services will be held at the university Jan 23, a spokesmen I 27_
April 19, Senator John Math- the 18-county, 15,000 square mile C. O. Pate Funeral Home in said today. nOTaUsta, .. ****

ews. district, rose to an elevation of Senatobia, Miss Interment will The board failed to come to Hnt QjC MQm 100'/11" ]9l r Mst I*in 120SB.
12.U feet hove mean sea level be in Scotland Cemetery Tate agreement last week on propo. aN.lr "-: Leg. liP
during January but is still shortof County.
sed sites offered in Orange and
Church Of AirA the desired level, IS.S inches, I Local arrangements were In ;; Seminole counties and set a .
said Riley S. Mills of Kusimmee charge of Mitchell Funeral special meeting for Jan. 24 In
Christian Science messsgeentitled chiirmaa of the FCD Home.
Orlando to continue the selection
"Active Faith" will be board. I I' process. l, : CAUNOMI DEODORANTS
broadcast Sunday by the CBS The district'i three conservation MRS. ALMA J. CAPPS The board directed the two oft SHAVE CREAM
radio network oa its weekly areas, Palm Beach Bro- I counties to offer new sites,
Mrs. Alma Jean Capps. 45,
"Church of the Air" program. ward and Dade counties also which would be considered at :: CREAM or MENTHOL
of 106 Second St, N, Eloise, I I OKREGULAR
Local broadcast of the program showed Improvement but still the session in the Cherry Plata
died Wednesday afternoon in
Is scheduled for 1:3S: over are short of desired levels, the the Winter Haven Hospital. Hotel. ; '.g. 'ROU-O. : 0

lion WDBO. The speaker Ita'i board aaid. I A native of Welborn she I Members of the board and 'hr.I'If.I.29
be Lloyd E. Contant The FCD said however that moved to Winter liven from staff employes will start a tour
ting The First Church of lakes la Central Florida general
Welborn in 1950. She was a of newly proposed sites at 9.30;
Scientist, in Boston. ly have reached desired levels. member of the Baptist Church. a.m. on Jan. 23.Hospital.

She li survived by her mother, Sm 40* WALL LIQUIDAntacid
Mrs. Viola Johnson of Lake SaccharinFXII JlUU DlLVXI _
And Truck Firms
Teamsters City; a sister Mrs T. C. De- News loftl. tf 100 TOOTH Gel
I Loach of Jacksonville; and an
aunt Mrs. Mary Simpkins of WEDNESDAY'S wilt, 1000 '10." T.III..t BRUSHES K_ Aluminum tfiJ M.inolum

Agree On New ContractCHICAGO I I Eagle L.IIt. ADMISSIONSWlakr ,.t. "iet.Nth for 119 111111. I FAST DANDRU FP Ord"'Ids f.rmul.1 AQ Lr
A double funeral for Mrs. Have .ss 11,101. TREATMENT 24... .... 1'Of '." *
Cspps and her husband James Mrs. Donald T. Hunnlcutt t0dkeDywraw u -
(UP-Th Teamsters for regional supplements. A H. Capps, was held at four this Mrs James E, Spiker Mrs. legNe :;:: SHAMPOO
accepted a precedent- spokesman said there was "In. afternoon from the Crisp Fun I Ralph Lassiter, Mrs. Earl S.Sommers Pert *f Owe 6f. real Pack .f Owe If* bra|

settl .master- agreement with sists nee by employer representative eral Home. Mrs. Cspps will be I Hubert H. Prince IIXAl1 34'\ EMERALD
1,000 big trucking companies today that regional! variations buried in Sislon Cemetery in John E. Booth Mn. Fred I. Funge-ReX ITCIIINSuppositories

4n- a giant step toward be recognized." Lake City, and Mr. Cspps will I! Marsh, Mrs. Albert A. Mln- rowoii sera.rueaeesua5rs BRIT
bringing aQ of the nation's I Negotiations begs In Chicago be burled in Antioch Cemetery' notte, Mn. Joyce A. Boyd sa nls = _
truck( drivers under one last month. It was the first time in Antioch Ca. I i Mrs. Charles E. Mills, Muter !., Athl..... F.. 89c :;:: I I Malls *r Infinti. O0
contract. in history the trucking Industry Friends may can tonight from Joseph Allmon Master l-k M .I lest tar 77C

The--contract provides for organized for purposes of national ( to 9 at the Crisp Funeral I J Irving W. Wheeler Muter tnaiHMmMaBHH CHILDREN 39"1 CONDITIONING

wsge:Ibcresses of 2* cents an negotiations ChapeL James W. Byils Muter t nun" cowmoNixi
hour and fringe benefits of 17 The Teamster membership I Zachary Wilson Thomas, Card 10 Deck *f Its II ASPIRIN. NOW my 1"110 ",*.- RcnllAdhesive M rq

centsuin; hour during a three- must ratify the agreement be- CHARLES A. SCOTT Brogden Mrs. Alfred Mor> Pins YOUtg"DfCg
year feriod. About SM.OOO truck fore It becomes effective. The Charles Arthur Scott. ST, of gin, Mrs. Robbie Cain, Mrs. Bobby l00T.b:1Io;: """ Tape

drivers are affected trucking industry scheduled an SnIvel Ave, Eloise, died this Melvin T. Hughes. Sc .. ,29t t.:g. 9lfl ; 37c
Settlement was reached be- afternoon meeting today to vote morning In a Bartow Hospital | Milwaukee Wb. .... toe ... ._.. Rt.. 71*
tweets the central states conference acceptance.The I A native of Sarasota he I Mrs. Herman E. Hobensee.Balne .
-of Teamsters and the wage increases amountto moved to Eloise from Sarasota ; City
trucking firms shortly after 10 cents aa hour the first in 130. He was a member Billy Ray Hamric W. Max fettle of ZOO ..,. 1.1 UII. %.40 Value Revlon '-

midnight! the time President year, I cents the second year I of the Baptist Faith. JO'Der. PHILLIPS TABLETS 79c SILICARE LOTION $1.65
James R. Hoffa bad threatened and 10 cents the third ,ur. The I He la survived by three daughters Waverly "MISIA y
to can a selective national trucking companies will pay an Mrs. Purl Lawrence and C. C. Bszemore.Zrphyrhilla. 6\'." leq .f 100 191 Value 1.00 Value Large Sill

strike if agreement were not additional $5 per week into Mrs. Betty Callahan both of ENVELOPES 27clit. MILDEW BAGS 4
reached. fringe benefits. I Eloise!, and Mrs. Jeanette Clarence E. MeCon ,Og $1.00

Presumably Hoffa win use For the Teamster pension I Steele of Belle Glade; two sons, Lake Alfred 3.95 Value canon 1.00 Six* Manses SprayDEODORANT
this Contract as the basis for fund, the trucking Industry will "Charles Russell Scott of Win- Mrs. Spencer J. Cumbee.Aubtmdsl $1.97
negotiating settlements with IS.. pay aa additional $1 per worker !ter Haven and Bill Scott of New HOUSE 59cSe

000 remaining< smaller trucking per week the first year, nothing Jersey; two sisters Mrs. Dorothy Master Virgil Bsrrentoa. 16-0z. Celli 2.50 SII'METAMUCIL) Valu AssortedNESTLES
firms.. AU would have a commoa additional the second year, and I West of Benton Harbor WEDNESDAT'SDISMISSALS
expiration date-March Jl, $1 the third. For the health and Mich. and Mrs. Rose Wing of $2.19 BARS 10 ,oft 3Sc

1907. welfare fund, the industry will I Scranton Pa.; a brother, Will Winter Haves 4US Val.. Transistor 'e Valu Formal Six* .
The national contract provides pay $1 extra the first year I Scott of Wauchula; 11 grandchildren lit.
$150 the second year and ISO ; and one great'grand Lester Hiss Black MaUory Miss J. Sandra Araall. ALARM CLOCK $19.99 IVORY SOAP 4 POE 19c :

the third. child. Lou Jones Elton E. McKtnx- SII' 40'1DOAN'S 1.19 Size OilltmelltCLEARASIL
Cost of living Increases will Funeral services will be heldMonday ISe
ATTENTIONCHARLES not be paid for the next twoyears I' afternoon at 2.30 from ie. Mrs. Charles E. Mills, PILLS SSc 67c
Mrs John D. Outlaw, Jay
with the first such the OttLaughlin with
CHIPCUSTOMERS pap I Chapel James Papalexls, Mrs. Marion Weather 1.00 Valu. Natural Spray Colo
Wind a n*
meat due Feb. 1, 1968. Other the Rev. J. Willis Campbell'I

provisions Include four weeks pastor of the Inwood Baptist 'I' daughter L. ,Footer Harold and W. Short Infant, TUSSY LOTION SOc ARPEGE o, MY SIN $3.00
vacation after 1C Instead Church officiating. Burial will
years -- -
Mrs. Jenny R. Walker. Mn.George
of IS; full pension at age JT for follow In Oaklawn Cemetery.
Due to illness of .
your M. Waters Mn. Edward
Route Salesman, Horn men (laid off for health reasons; I Friends may call at the Ott. 'I Uitdemsnn.Aaburndsle. 1 NOW AS ALWAYS RESTAURANT SPECIALS
and pay for stewards investigsting Laughlia Chapel from J to II
Delivery Service will be grievances. I Sunday night
Mrs Russell W. MIDAT _
discontinued.; CHARLES Mrs. William Short WE WILL MEET OR BEAT DEEP FRIED

CHIPS products may be Eagle Lane GULP PERCH
purchased In downtown Tampa Wholesale Plumbing &: SupplyOf Mrs William R. Farrow.

Winter Haven Holly Sprbsgs Pa. 811AtUl0A11
Winter Haven Mondaythru Dr. Harold E. Graber.PlMllas ALL LOCAL PRICES
Friday at Headquarters for All Types Pipes Valves Fittings Park
(2S A VI. A. N.W. AIM a C.m.l.alma *t Plumkinf.MMfKKiul Mrs. Frank R Poole. GIVE GREEN STAMPS!! HOMEMADEIAKED
A liXutlrlil seep' .. DlMlf JfLUS tOM FREE &M
.. .. .. .. llJtt* fAillRCrsI ICXiAX IN WHICH THl A *mAI$ AW WAsvwnu
COMMEICIPhoii St. i A. L. N W .* UU Silvtf M> LeIs Irw. l son JUST MI THI fAMt
27J-307 CALL COLLECT 24-4247 WINTER HAVEN; Lake Alfred' 1411701 tut Afcr cmnrt met ion AMY mimCAtHIM. .'**. 82P <

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January 16. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY PSI Af-. -'UtC..WlMTD- .. _.. .UAVCK1The .. _. ._. n. _n_n.rn_.A. I D.oy-... 1k.-"".-

I Weather-Local 1 State And National I Drydocked Ship I Home Builders Officers Named installing Builders Association officer. win be the Cookies Burn

I The event open with a social BURLINGTON, Iowa (UPI-
r Scotland (UPI)- T. L Whitehead chairman tailed ai vice president and hour at 11:30: p.m. followed The Midwest Biscuit Co.
"I christen thee of the Lester Addision scorched 50,000 cookies when
IvernU, cried 1963 and 1964 Parade ai secretary- by dinner at 7:30: p.m. Vie
Mrs. Jean Wood as she of Homes, will be installed ti treasurer. Smith remains as an Vickers of Television Station an electric short topped a conveyor
I smashed a champagne bottle ex officio member of the board. WFTV Channel 9, Orlando, will belt pulling the cookies
president of the .
against the bow of the new Home Build. Larry Tucker and Wallace be the keynote speaker Builder through two huge ovens.A
Jae v l lL Cunard cargo liner. Then nothing en' Association of Greater Winter Tucker will be installed as Lynn Wood will be master
happened.A Haven tomorrow night at newly elected members of the of ceremonies and music for GLASS A DY
shipyard strike had delayed the group's annual installation board of directors dancing will furnished by "The STOKE.ON.TRENT, England
launching preparation, banquet at the Moose Lodgeon Carry-over directors of the Jokers". UPI) Mrs Elizabeth Howell
but Cunard went ahead with Havtndale Blvd., accordingto board are James Telford andI.'nll Some lucky builder or his who celebrates her 100th birth-
M" RN ; l, the formal ceremonies and J. C. (Sonny) Smith, retiring Wood. wife will take home interestingand day today, aid she has drunk
P 4 tel. N ei" planned to send the ship to sea president George Miller, district 3 vice valuable door prizes, too, a glass of tout every day since
later. Mason Connary mill be in- president of the Florida Home Smith said.I j she was 13 years.

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-- --- Sizes 3.7 8.12
RAIN AND SNOW-Rain and scattered showers are forecast for the Northwest
Pacific coast with now and mow flurries over the eastern Great Lakes area and the Skirts Blouses
I upper Ohio Valley Rain and snow is predicted for the southeastern portion of the nation
from the Tennessee Valley southward and from the middle/ / of the southern Plains east. and Sweaters A ftftf 25

ward. Warmer weather is forecast over mOlt of the Plains region, In Sizes 3 to 6x "J &fc 70end NOW OFF

Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK 7 to 14 Now &aW QFFLADIES'
Mostly cloudy through tomorrow TemperaturesBy I I II
Panhandle with occasional rain or BOYS' I
Rain today, becoming partly showers beginning tonight. High
cloudy late tonight and Friday. today in the 60'., low tonight United Press International
in the 50'(. Turning colder Fr Low Hig Sweaters Jackets
Continued cold.
High today 38 day night. East and outheas Albuquerque .. .12 3'1
to 46, low tonight 34 to 38. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour Atlanta ......"""".. 22 42 Warm Sleepwear Suits Coats
North today, becoming southeast to Birmingham .."...23 4S Sport 1I4en's
Mostly cloudy through Friday south tonight and hitting North- Chicago ............28 !33
with occasional rain beginning westerly some time Friday. Cleveland ,........ 17 !23 Sizes 1.
Denver ............ 13 33 Broken 1 70NOW
this afternoon or eve Detroit ...."....22 28 Sizes /
ning. Not (0 cold today and Square DancingSet Jacksonville ...,...34 49 jftf OFF Sweaters
tonight with high 55 to 60 and Kansas City,....... 24 36 /
low 45 to 52. Turning colder Los Angeles ."...... 48 66 NOW 2 PRICE PULLOVERS

Friday night. Slowly Increasing Miami ........" 58 64 and CARDIGANS
For Bartow Miami Beach ....... .62 67 I- Entire Stock of With
east and southeast winds, be Zippers
Twin Cities ......." 14 30
coming to 20 miles per hour New Orleans .....". 42 46 Boys' SweatersZIPPERED Os. Buttons
this afternoon and evening. Plans are now under way for New York ........" 20 30
Central the fourth annual Western Style Orlando .."...." 43 59 i
Mostly Friday Square Dance for the benefit of Philadelphia ......, t 27 r CARDIGANS j NOW
cloudy through the American Cancer Society Phoenix ............22 54 0 BUTTONED CARDIGANS J OFF
with some occasional rainor W. O. Gibson Jr., Bartow, Raleigh ...,....".. 20 38 0
showers beginning tonight. Polk County's 1964 Cancer Cru St. Louis ............ 22 38 PULLOVERS
High tod.ylD the 60'., low tonight side Chairman, announced today San Francisco ....... 47 60 Sites 14.20 /
In the S0'. Turning cold. that the dance will be heldon Seattle .............41 52 1
Saturday, Feb. 29, at the Tampa .. .......... 46 60 / /2 Enfire $jock of
er Friday night East and NOW PRICEOne
New Civic Center in Lakeland. Washington .12 30 1 MenPs
southeast winds 10 to 20 miles Two well known squire dance Long Sleeve
per boor today, becoming southeast callers will be in charge. They
to south tonight and (hitting are Joe Johnson of Windemere Disabled Vets Group w SPORT
to northwesterly some time and Sam Prescott of Winter Must 1 1LADIES' SHIRTS
Haven. This will be Johnton' Report by
Friday: I BOYS'Robes ; McG.9
third appearance and Prescott Annual r Vin
Soothfast! Income
his called for the benefit line Fall Hessen
Chrough Partly Friday cloudy with to cloudy come III beginning in 1960. Verne and Approximately 28,000 dlsa Jackets, I Regular end yyint r Model, in
Frances of end
Junkin Lakeland bled veterans and dependentsof Tapered
showers likely Friday. Not .0' Coats & Style
will again be In charge of the deceased veterans in FlorIda Sport
eold with high today 67 to 73 round
and low tonight In the 60'.. Johnson has been a square who receive monthly pen. Student's Blazers NOW 9'
lion reminded
East and southeast winds 10 dance caller for about five payments were T %
to 20 miles per hour today and and calls today to report their annual WINTER
for several clubs
tonight, becoming outheast to In rears the Orlando and Windemere Income promptly to the Vet. % 'I LI OFF
erans Administralon to avoid &
south Pis
Friday.Sooth area. Prescott his been calling having their paymenta stopped & Lounging 25
since 1916 and is now president Robes
Howard II. Enlow, county
Considerable cloudinen of the Florida Callers Anoclaion. NOW OFF
through Friday with some On the planning commit- service officer said that the Men's
VA has mailed to all pension Long
showers likely Friday. Not to lee: are Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Broken Sleeve
cold with high today 65 to 70 Young Eagle Lake, and Mrs recipients a punched card upon 1 One Table t
which the Income report Sites Boys'
and low tonight 53 to 60. East Sam Prescott Winter Haven
and southeast winds 10 to 20 must be made. Pensions cease Flannel
The dance will begin at 8
p.m under the law if the Incomeof PRICE
miles hour today, becoming Z Shirts
per and tickets will be sold at the SPORT SHIRTS
southeast to south tonight and door for a donation of $1 perperson a pension recipient rises NOW ,
above an established amount.
m plus tat
Keys Dependent parents who receive 1 l Long Sleeve Slses 14.20 SIZES: S & L ONLY
Partly cloudy to cloudy dependency and Indemnity -

through Friday. Some showers Toy BombROME compensation also receive .
likely Friday or Friday night. income questionnaires and !
High today 65 to 70, low to- (UPI-When I package their payments are similarly Ladies FJ 25
night in the 60's. East and that had Just arrived on I regulated by the amount of NOW OFFMEN'S J NOW
southeast winds 10 to 20 miles '' flight from New York began to their income.
per hour today, becoming southeast tick, Fiumlclno Airport officials Veterans receiving compen- HandbagsCut OFF
to south tonight and: Friday called police firemen and ation for service connected
bomb disabilities are not required to
army disposal experts.
They opened the package gin report income.Pickpocket. Tapestry GLOVES I
In Bessemer, N. C., It's strictly gerly and found a battery-oper- Cut Velvet
against the law for dogs and ted toy that somehow started Entire Sfoc4
cats to filth tself. Gets NOW ofMEN'S

Starts Sunday "STRAIT.JACKET' with Joan Crawford $10,000 In Loot
MIAMI (UPI) An elderly NOW 25 I
TONITE IS THE NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! man told police Wednesday that r
I pickpocket lifted $10,000 In 2 I JACKETS
ash from him shortly after he
OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. 0
withdrew It from a bank.
SUNDAY and SATURDAY Julius E. Cooper, 83, said he .

OrEN ':45 .M. C.ittl..oM Show from 2 P.M. MON. thra Ml. had the money in a pocket In FALL JEWELRY I NOW
his jacket and recalled being
"jostled" as he boarded a bus. %
TODAY. Cooper said he withdrew the 1/ NECKLACES & EARRINGS
money from one bank and was fabrics I II
Thru [11m going to deposit it in another. FFsll.eserA
SATURDAY He aid bank officer had triedto 1 /
persuade him to take I OFF i I .
SENSATIONAL THRILLER bank draft but be took the cash NOW / I


I 5F I. / Check theAdvantages C Cottons a Cotton Prints Satins Satins i Entire Stock of Ladies' Winter

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Y"ffi oMMQw I .e Uw Lccetlmtni Dwi Terre 'II Dacron & Cotton TEE HATS- SHIRTS J /

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"COlOl 1 Cottons HOW / &,
0._ e l... G..1IIHe imported
e Service After
Sale' $1/9 $1,69
HAVEN DALE Drive-In THEATRE e wide S.lecs. Regular
ef Q"lIty 1.llt
OPEN Last AT Times*00 TOIl P M.It. Ixclrlnq. FIRST SHOW Entertainment AT ':30 P M. Nasser -NOW USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNTThursay ')\

2Se Coupoe Nite I
Charlton Heiton in DIAMOND HEAD" Color Sun Acres
Cliff Robertson in "THE INTERNS"
OU Winter H. M-L.k.l..4Hi
.k..y State *r. 142 $100Per
Color 3 Big, Bio Pictures a Color feet.nQUALITY r<
Cliff Richards in "SUMMER HOLIDAY" MATMIAlfrMH
Robert Taylor In "CATTLE KING"


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Winter W.Haven E. RYNtRSON.Daily Mitor.fubliih.r News-Chief -Today's THE BIG ONE? I Television In ReviewBy I

JOHN W. RYNERSON. Aiilitinf. .n. pyUltlwly RICK DU BROW The chief savior Wednesdaynight

sh.J daily (accept Siturd.y) by .n. WI,,'., H*.." I& 11 % J "II1.thsILwJywtl United Press International was' host Charles Colling

rubl .liin, C., l I"... 12* Ir** S'r..". NWM WI",., H...", Florid Commentary HOLLWYOOD (UPI-Maybe) wood whose clarifying remarks

CHARLES GOSHORN Stntrtl M....,., Y' e titles like Wednesday night'i and questions never lost sightof

By PHIL NEWSOM "Ben Casey" show-"The Only keeping matters relevant and

JACK:: IEAHAN AiMiUr Edi': ., Place Where They Know My human to the viewer.
UPI Foreign fws Analyst ,. eta

PETER- J. SULLIVAN AJv.rtli!". M....,., Ally Gen. Robert F. Kennedy Name" imprest you. But form Frankly, leas personal use
of the scientists, and I little !
the sexiest lilies
ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE ia back in the foreign policy money,

Sh.""." I AHocl.t.NATIONAL.. ln.. Chin,., III. troubleshooting role he formerly round art to be found !in Scientific more allowance have eased for style
American magazine, might well thlaCI-

E.'..... .1 S.ion1 CI... Mill M.Htr 5.... 4, 'Itl4 .. .n. Pat Offl. played for his brother, where one can get the latest on though films and music Were

In Winter H.*.., Flrld, wads ee' .f March 2. I87k the late President John F. Kennedy 't1j4 \ "Quail-Stellar Radio Sources" helpful dramatic aids.

.... or "Magnetic Monopolea" or
MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU This time he has been askedto even "The Aerial Migration of
The Channel Swim Question
1 deal with the troublesome
: '.. OF CIRCULATIONS Wednesday night, the editors -How powerful are the ratings
President Sukarno of Indonesia .
.us of this old and esteemed Journal with the networks despite Congress .

MEMBER whose threats to "crush" the cooperated with CBSTV's"Chronicle" investigation .Answer

Aetlv Mimbtr, UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL new Malaysian Federation have series in a one

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The Unit.d Pr.. I. .ntltl.d. t. the .sa been of increasing concern to hour show entitled "Tomorrow -In its 26 page year end review .

ASSOCIATION far ,"publie li..n .l ill Leal l ..... printid IkWd Was Yesterday," which took up CBS-TV devotes the second -

1U4 I In th,. niwipip.r *l will u ill U'IADVERTISING the United States IIIII five major scientific breakthroughs third and fourth para-

News DuptUKti.i The new stat war formed on of the last 15 years. graphs to Its prominent ratings

DEADLINE Sept. 18 when the self'governing And while one could hardly call position.

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT state of Singapore and the for 5.i, the result titillating, still it was ABC-TV to be
|y the Word: I P.M. Previous Diy. ly .t. Inch 1PM. Fr.vt.ui D.y. mer British Crown colonies of stimulating the highest sense gambling
L..I Notlc.it I PM. Prtvlcvi Diy. Stindiy Edition Dt.dlinit Fridiy. surviving the natural camera on spectacular aeriesin
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT Sabah (British North Borneo) iP WarfIJ' shyness and occasional too-ex the future Recently announced .

Sundiy Edition-1 P..:.. Thur.J.yi M nd.y Ml. ._1 P.M. frM.yi and Sarawak joined Malaya to pert remarks of the idealists "Hercules," based on
Tutidiy- Edition-Noon Siturdiyi W.d"d.y., Tkundiy .nd Fridiy form the Independent Malaysian and with the movie for the 1985.68 sea
Edition,*-1 P.M. Two Dyi hi Adv."... Federation within the British on hand registering son. Before that it promisedone
I Ik. Its main point for the lay view.
series about
Commonwealth. soon AlexanderThe
Mombor Soutdorn Niwipipor Publlihon Auiltlo er: The simple excitement of
Mmbr Florida ,.... AH.tittle Sukarno baa attacked it as inquiry, discovery and the fu. Great another about Bible
British neocolonialism and an ture. stories ."Hercules" producerJoe

TELEPHONE cy" ... 1.llti I attempt by the British to continue I don't always understand Levine la also reported

their economic dominationof everything !in Scientific American thinking of .erlea on Casanova

the area.Against but it gives me status at and D'Artagnin of "The Three
For Today"Be it he has declared the Musketeers"
A Thought supermarket where I buyit
a policy of "confrontation" with of+z k }ac ; I can get I check cashed
tactics similar to those by which without
careful for nothing{ ; but In everything by with not much more excuse than u ler. And even Wednesday knowing the night cash-

prayer and tupplicailon (petition) with thanksgiving proximity, he was able lilt ; f12Florida's though the non.expert viewer -Memories-
to wrest West New Guinea
let your request be made known unto God. Phil lt year from the Dutch. may have felt pressed at times
to devote
Here is an exhortation to stop what is habitually From the lndon.llaD.held pore attention to more the than his normal 20 YEARS AGO
subject matter,
going on. It is a sin to be forever in a state of tense tion ed guerillas of Borneo have, Indonesian stabbed.train into. d.Dyln Central and North Flora the program also had id therapeutic twin Jean daughters and Jane of Mrs.Strickland E. E.,

anxiety worrying about things you can do nothing Sarawak, Java based pirates ida. Condition of calves varies value. stirring the prideof Strickland celebrated their

Dr. Albert L. Carnett Weather self improvement, which birthday with a dance at their
about. have attacked Malaysian shipping with the condition of cows. makes one feel superior

and Indonesian planes have Estimated receipts at 28 auction The subjects undertaken home.

violated Malaysian air space markets last week were were: (1) The mapping of the 10 YEARS AGO
-'News-Chief EditorialsWhat's In the of events Su Nearly 1,500 cars of Florida
karno has course taken over British, And News Of 4,650 head of cattle ST percentmore galaxy; (2) The LaserMaserlight citrus moved to market despite
CropsWEATHER described
firms In Indonesia valued at than the previous week ai "the crea- a midweek appeal by

around $500 million and Jakarta and 3550 calves, 49 percent tion of a light of greater con Florida Citrus Mutual to slow ,
Cooking than a week earlier. There centrated energy than exists I
aIt's more on
down shipments In order to holdup
mobs sacked and burned the SUMMARY: Gen. red spider and rust mite Infestations
were 9,500 hogs marketed with the surface of the sun itself
mighty hard to second guess anyone's thinkingor ; the market prJ.ee.a .
Embassy. erally cloudy skies with frequent and pruning operations
6.250 head laid during the previous (3) The Mapping of ocean YEARS AGO
actions, but we think we can make a fairly accurate Economically, be declared rains prevailed throughout started. Cold protection devices week. floors; ((4) A fourth primary Forty.two members of the

guess as to what Castro and Khrushchev are chatting trade embargo against Malaysia well maintained and force in addition to gravity,
despite the fact that Malaysia most of the week in the western are trees first clasp In jet airplanes at

about at this time. Evidently Castro was told to start annually took 27 per cent of In counties and on the northern I arc banked In readiness for a electromagnetbm and nuclear Bartow Air Base were scheduled .
force which
messing things up in this hemisphere and it more or donesia's products, a move Peninsula. Most points In these sudden drop in temperature. Letters To decay -and one transformation"rules the of for graduation.

scarcely designed to help Inadonesia's areas received measurable rainfall Harvest of increased I
less started with the stupidity of some undisciplined oranges fundamental particles of matter HEY, GIRLS!

U.S. high school students in Panama before Castro was already shaky econo on S or ( days of the week.. during the put week with processors ; and (5)) The breaking of ANCHORAGE Alaska UPI)
On the southern half of the Peninsula

ready. So now he has his signals all wrong and he had my.Against this background, I there was considerable I mldaeason using fruit.more An early estimated and The Editor. the locking herlditary of 'the secret code of"the life un itself. has- Census almost survey 10 men show for Alaska every

to go back to the bench, have the coach set up some new President Johnson dispatched sunshine during the first half 2,031,000 boxes of oranges were .. ." seven women
his attorney general to confer of the week Cloudiness and frequent picked for the week ending January
plans as shown by his trip to Moscow earlier this week. with the Dear Editor:
vacationing Sukarno In light rains prevailed Inmost
11 with
The more we look at this whole picture the more Tokyo. i southern areas daring the I 780,000 boxes aa compared the preceding noli 1- We should like to address I

disgusted we get with the starry-eyed individuals who United Slates concern arises last half of the week. Mild day week. Grapefruit harvest this letter to two ladies driving ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
not only from its already.deep weather prevailed In all sections! i blue four door Chevrolet
team to think that we can coexist with communism.It also Increased with 190.000 boxes
involvement in nearby South I' throughout the week. Cooler air which stopped Saturday noon
can't be done now and it never can be done. We are Viet Nam but also from the fact accompanied by widespread but I boxes used as last compared week. Estimated with (10 tangerine .ooo I south of the Rainbow Trailer W010-TV WFLA-TV WHYTYChonnol WTVTTfCkamol

going to see some trying times in the near future and that it la committed to oppose If'nf'rallyllrht! rain began moving harvest steady with 210,. Court on Hoover Road. Chasm CIS! i C".NIC"... I ABC f It

they will all hinge on just what the Russian dictator aggression anywhere In South Into the northern sections on 000 boxes as compared with Why Society when over we in have Lakeland I Humane Orl.nd Tempe Orion1 Torno CIS
east Asia. Friday General ralna spread
wants. He is going to try out President Johnson. lie The U. S. already has taken southward over Pie State on 220000 week.boxes Volume picked!la the holding preceding I or Doty'a Farm and Garden Thursday NIGHT 16

is going to try out the temper of the American people. a number of steps to discourage Saturday. These rains became at an excellent level consideringthe Supply Store here in town January

And he going to make an attempt to take a big lunge I Suakrno.U. S. aid considerably Peninsula and heavier over points the In portion of crop remaining. out would to you starve let a or cat most with kittens likelybe 4:00-Ntvi News N..., Wt.tn.r Puhe! NOW
to many
military Sukarno Tangelo harvest is almost over, t:1 IS-Sporti, WtUr News Edi'oI.I.! h',. Pull. II...
forward in selling communism around the world-his has been reduced almost to the citrus urea received from run over by a carT ,
zero except for some late varieties. e:30-CBS Ntwi NBC News ABC News CIS News
type of communism.It including shipment of spare 2 to 3 Inches on the 11th. Skies Temple harvest la increasing Maybe we're too much of ant. *:15-CBS News NBC News EncH'td Mirror CBS News

parts for the Hercules airplanes began clearing in the northern but volume movement is yet to mal lovers, but these animals
Indonesia uses to ferry areas early aa cooler air began could have been found a good 7,00-Huntin, 5.. Hunt Virginia Boyi MtvtrtekVtraln
guerrillas come. home- If the time bad been 7:1 S- IFIiUf $.. Hunt Boys MtvtrlekFllntiton
Was Cold to the of moving to below freezing' In
jungles North I FIELD CROPS: Cool weather 713D-P..wod Adventures .. Maverick
counties the 13th. taken to drive few miles
Borneo. the western on a more
continued to slow small grain 7.4S-Piiiword In
rVidnt Flmtiton.l Maverick
Tuesday night was cold. A year ago in Decemberwe Previous plans for the United Snow flurries were seen In Pen. growth In West Florida, but -and they would have made

were hit with a tremendous volume of cold air. It States to participate In a $300 sacola on the morning of the warmer temperatures permittedgood some person very happy I:00-Hiwhld* Adventures Donna Rod Rawhide
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everything in ita path. The citrus trees weren't hit as Indonesia have been dropped spring.like weather with ample Heavy rains have covered small I:41-R.whid. 0,. Kildirt My Th... Stni R.whid.
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were allowed to become more dormant they could stand It is I clause in the new foreign I planting Is under way In soma ion
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more firing than last year which naturally helped out. unless President Johnson deems In the future cancels these ad. I spring crops in areas where soil By United Press International I 1000-Th. Nur... Suip.ni Edl. Adams Dish '...11)

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Police Report At Damage LandmarkThe Minor Man ArrestedIn U.S. Moon Project RepublicansSeek pro lion first,foe opposition was of to civil appear witness right as leI.I.1 to the the Pope AnxiousFor

measure now before the House

3 Accidents; Winter was summoned Haven Fire to Department the LBJ Threat Depends On CongressWASHINGTON End To Smith Rules Committee D Chairman-Va., has Howard Rules been asked Committee W. ReformsVATICAN

Landmark Motor Lodge at 2:43: I by about 30 other congressmen,

a.m. today when a coke machine ROCHESTER N.Y. (UPI mostly Southerners, for permission CITY (UPIPopePaul
One Man HurtA caught fire FBI agents arrested a Rochest. (UPI) The cal year which started July 1. Medicare Snarl to testify on the bill. VI It determined that the

Minor damage was reported* er, N.Y., man Wednesday night U. S. commitment to land men -Alao votes it $5.3 billion for I Paul H. Douglas D-N., planned Ecumenical Council complete its

55-year-old Winter Have to the machine.Massive. for false statements Involvln on the moon before 1970 la in the 1965 fiscal year starting next WASHINGTON (UPI) In would to Introduce a formula that work this year to be can begin

Haven man was admitted to Winter an alleged plot to assassins jeopardy July 1.Seamana, an effort to break the legislative Industry's change present the 27.5 oil per and cent gas carrying out Its reforms, a Vatican
Hospital last
being injured in one night of three after President Johnson. The Johnson administration laid NASA must get deadlock over medicare six depletion allowance. His proposal ( source aald today

accidents in which total dam SearchOn Joseph K. Ponder special appears determined to live it. 1 both to meet the moon target Republican senators today cosponsored to be presented during a The source said the Pope has

set wert over $3,000 to the agent in charge of the Buffalo if possible date let by the late President combine Social a measure that would closed session of the Senate Finance told his aides be definitely
six can and one truck involved. I office of the FBI said Phillip According and to the National Admlnistra Aeronautics Kennedy in May, 1961 a target with a private Security Insurance Committee now considering wants the third session of the
Space the tax reduction and re
the Winter Haven
partment reported. Police De. For Airman A. Booker Jr., 28, also known lion (NASA), everything de which President Johnson program i form bill, would cut the allowance council to be Its last The session .

Hubert Hill Prince, 55, 603 as Alfred John Layton of Ro- penile on Congress has endorsed for bit own ad Sen. Jacob K. Javlts, R.N.Y., to 15 per cent for companies Is scheduled for Sept. 14 to

Second St., SE, was admitted Chester telephoned the FBI What Congress thinks about ministration. add in a speech prepared for with Incomes of more Nov. 20.

to the hospital with multiple CUMBERLAND. Md. (UPI-) late Wednesday and state. this will be seen later in the Wednsd.,'. briefing and the Senate delivery that the plan than $5 million a year to 21 percent The Pope hopes that changes
lacerations of the face after Concern mounted today for T appropriations It votes for space had "the best chance of becoming for firms of $5.to.$l mil-
without revealing his circumstances which prompted in the council agenda and rules
the car he was driving col. Sgt. Melvin Wooten lost for name. exploration. law In 1964. I lion Income annually and retain
lided with another vehicle at four days since the crash of a "I have some information for Dr. Robert C Seaman Jr., it were unusuaL Normally no 1 The two prong proposal for the present 27.S per rent allowance will speed up its work the

the intersection of Ave. C and Strategic Air Command (SAC) you President Johnson will associate NASA administratorand agency publicly discusses its helping the elderly pay medical only for small firms with source said. The changes were
First St., S. Hit condition wa B52 jet bomber which killed be assassinated. ''I general manager of the new budget until the President expenses would: income under $1 million annually made by the current pontiff and

fairly good this morning. two of five crew members The FBI said Layton admi space program, told reportersat has sent Congress his annualbudget -Use Social Security financing his predecessor the late Pope
The second car, driven by aboard I a budget briefing Wednesdaythat for the whole govern to provide 45 days of hospital Com minikin: Sen. Hubert H. John XXII.
of ted making the call, and fur the lunar landing will slip ment. Johnson won't do that until Humphrey D.Minn. proposed John called the
Maurice Dock Albritton, 44, Wooten. 27, Rapid City, 1 care up to 180 day of council a
248 Ave. E, SW was traveling S.D., had "a real good chance' mshed details of the phone plo. into the 1970s unless Congress: Tuesday, nursing borne treatment, for all creation of a high.level commission worldwide gathering of Roman
west on Ave. C when it turned to survive" Air Force officials Layton Implicated Black Muslims Gives NASA $141 million But Seamani said the President persons 65 or older. It would be to study the nation's agricultural Catholic bishops to bring the

in front of the Prince automobile said Wednesday However official !. in Rochester with having more for the current ((1964)) fis- bad put pressure on the financed by a one.half per cent policy and find some church In line with modern
police said. The Prince laid hit chances grew organized the plot. space agency to submit Its Increase In the Social Securitytax. I method to let the farmer shareIn times and to seek Christisn
vehicle hit the Albritton car slimmer the longer he spent in He told the FBI the reason money request to Congress the abundance agriculture has unity. After three :years of
broadside. snow and subfreezing temperatures he made the call at 11:15: p.m. Canned Heat ahead of the normal schedulein -Create a national, federally crested. In a statement, Hum preparation, the first sessionwas

Set. Gene Cords estimate in the mountains west of EST Wednesday was "to test (Continued From Page One) order to get committee hear chartered nonprofit association phrey said the commission held In 1962.
$500 damage to the Prince car here where the $7 million eight the Investigative ability" of the : ings started at early as possi of private Insurance and group i would be composed of 24 members Still to be taken up are subjects
canned heat in Lakeland last
and $350 damage to the Albri engine jet crashed Monday agencies in charge of protecting ble.The service companies which would i of far mer s, consumers, ra 1111 I n g from Christian
ton automobile Searchers! found what they believed the President. distribution night and they agreed to. stop $5.3 billion bid for fiscal authorize a standard medical- businessmen and the govern unity to the problems of the

Albritton was charged with to be Wooten't parachute Layton told the FBI he had sheriff's Immediately.The department also 1965 was sent to Capitol Hill surgical policy' for those over II I ment. modern world
attended a meeting of 50 "Mus Wednesday The $141 million
Improper turn. alarm
Wednesday on near 65 It was estimated the cost
plans to contact the manufacturers

Two vehicles collided at the Grantsville Md. He had bailed lims" including one of Its leaders to Inform them what ithsppening supplemental request for fiscal would be about $2 per week.
intersection of Second St. and out of the plane along with Malcolm X of New! York 1964 which' Seamen said was Javitt wit joined In sponsor-

Ave. D, NW :yesterday afternoon Maj. Robert L. Payne 41, City where they discussed the i About 100 persons died recently vital to the lunar landing commitment Ing the measure by Sens. Clifford

police said. Tulsa, Okla., Ma). Thomas W, plot. in Philadelphia from won't go to Congress Case N. J., John Sherman Adams Materials

James Lavon Fussell 24, 220 McCormick 42, Yawkey, W.Va., drinking canned beat, DeReus until next week. Cooper, K,., Kenneth B. Building
Second St. NE was driving and Capt Parker C. Peeden, 29, Once upon a time space officials Keating N. Y. Thomas 11.
south Second St. when Naval ReserveContinued laid.The thought It might be poisl- Kuchel and
on NW Smithfield N.C. only known retail distributor Calif Margaret
his car slammed into a truck Payne's body was found of the canned heat In ble to get a couple of men on Chase Smith, Maine. 1807 7th Street, S.W.
driven by James A. ( From Page One) the moon In 1967. Two years Other
Thompson congressional
Wednesday In deep snow wherehe the Winter Haven area is a news:
(1, 558 Ave. T, NE. Thompson had died of exposure. McCormick Center in Tsmpa and also of. restaurant in Eloise. The ago they would have settled for Civil Rights: Rep. Edwin E. CY 3-1102

was driving west on Ave DAfter the pilot and Peeden ficer in charge of the Winter canned heat was taken from 1968. To meet that target date, Willis, the House Judiciary
impact, Fussell los the made Haven unit they laid, they would have to Committee's top ranking South
copilot, their way to .. ... the shelves of this restaurant
control Of file car and it strucka safety through waist-deep drifts The inspection group will arrive this morning. get $11 billion from Congressfor -- -- ----
parked car owned by James Monday and Tuesdsy. Sunday at Herndon Airport Dead from drinking the 1 fiscal 1964 and 1965.:

Locke Yount 225 Ave. D, NW McCormick and Peeden were Orlando and will be me t canned heat are: I They asked $5.7 billion for the
Officer Robert Feagle estimated reported in good condition at by Cmdr. Campbell' staff wit Elizabeth Chapman 43, of current year and got $5.1 bil

$300 damage to the Fus. Cumberland Memorial Hospital.The automobiles furnished by Vincent Eloise!, who died at the county lion. That $600 million cut. Sea Pedro Grantham'sFood
jell car, $60 damage to the body of MaJ. Robert E. Pinckney of Pmckne hospital Tuesday morning She mans ..Id. set NASA back a
Thompson truck and $25 damage Oldsmobile The Inspection "habitual year. Even If Congress putt up
Townley! 42, Gadsden Ala., was was listed at an
to the Yount car. found in the wreckage! of the group and Cmdr. Alston wW drunk everything now being asked
Fussell was charged with disobeying day at the Camellia Court in he said the lunar landing can 1&\
plane Tuesday, McCormick said Charles Helms, 52, of Eloise
a stop sign. earlier he bad thought all the Winter Haven. found dead In hit home early hardly be accomplished until i StoreFamous
The three officer
The third accident happened early 1969.
other crew members had bailed yesterday morning HoraceR.
shortly after I p.m. at the In. are longtime Naval veterant There are a lot of things In
Lewis, 59, of Winter Haven
,tertection of Lake Howard Dr out.The B52 carried two nuclearbombe cloned Capt.In Kearney 1942 at the was Naval commit Re found dead in his trailer InBurnett' the space program besides the For Top Quality Foods & Ptrtonaliztd Service

and Bates Ave., SW, police reported but Air Force officialsadd Midshipman School In Trailer Park In south projects aimed at putting men

there danger of nerve I on the moon. There are unmanned Wholesale Iowa Fed Beef For Your Freezer
A car driven by Donald Mc. was no an Annapolis, served at an engineering west Winter Haven yesterday! scientific probes of the Afflll.t.d With God Buy

Donald Sr., 72, 1405 N. Lake explosion or radiation. The officer and qualified morning. and 400 Olhtr ttor i itarlns
moon planets, weather and
fthlpp Dr., traveling west on bombs have been removed from for[ submarine duty after James Herman Cappi and hit communication .satellites andfuturistic Vau 320 3rd St., N.W. Phone CY 3.1566
Sates Ave. crossed Lake Howard the crash site and flown to another which he served on two submarine wife, Alma, 44, both In Winter I' Quality M.reh.ndl..
planning for manned
l Dr. and ran into a palm location officials said during the last two Haven Hospital. The man died space station, manned lunar for L.... S FREE PARKING
tree. McDonald then backed hi. years of World Wsr II. In 1949 Tuesday night and his wife yesterday bases and manned trips to''
after four of Inactive duty afternoon.Charles .
car hitting another :yean
up palm Man and Venua.Suburban.
tree In the yard of Mra Martha Dickinson To he Joined the Naval Reserve Arthur Scott 58, of Ii
Eogland'a house located at the Surface Division at LitU Eloise, early this morning tn COQ m rR'U' t tThe
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northeast corner of the Inter. Rock Ark, and was recalled the county hospital. "
eetion. The McDonald car then Inson was born in West Palm to active duly in 1951 as com Dewey Whitehead, of Eloise, Bank '4 11r H

,shot forward, veered left knockIng .' Beach in 1922. An attorney! he mending officer of the Naval In the county hospital this morning (Continued From Page One)
Is a member of the First Methodist Training Center at Lake after being arrested on
a utility pole Into another Church where he has Charles La. He via later executive drunk charges Tuesday. will serve it vice president and bl I, diff.e.ece I I. fed kuyUf 'la the IIU."ty y.. eec for the omen* v" .*..4. At r.*> 'i yes pe
,vehicle driven by Charles E. taught Sunday school for 12 officer of an LSD and Constable cashier of the affiliate. The toil Tee. Veldt, .b.c...M yen buy enly! the fl..t l II"."'". deer mesh will k. mete full ef MKral >l.,.f m..4ttufemns.
Winter Haven Leon
I,Rogers Jr. 38, 142 Ave. F. years. commanding officer of the VSS! Thornton who took three men capitalization of the new It s e rtwer*, ., experience t. stop et Wre's, wtof swnmelln,. service Is Nm....

SW. He wit president of the student Graffiai. He Is on the stiff of to the county hospital yesterday bank Is $300,000.Ireland .
Rogers and four passengerswere body at West! Palm Beach the Naval Reserve Training laid he took mother man stated The American CHOICE: MEATS BRAND BUXS
not McDonald escaped
injured. National Bank in _
High School. He attended the Command at Omaha, being director and a woman to Bartow this Cypress Gardens -
with only bruises. University! of Florida and graduated of the Fleet Augmenta. Identified an affiliate of The American .
morning They were
said about USDA CHOICE SmallWhole
Officer Otis Stokley'i
Curby from Stetson with honors tion Component for the Naval at V. F. Berne, 57, 720 Ave X, National Bank in Winter
$1,000 damage 1963 ear was done Other to damages MeDonald's Dickinson left college to Reserve forces NW, and Mra. Dewey White-I Haven "will benefit by the established Boneless Rump or Sirloin Tip 960 I Potatoes 3 ;,*i 35c

enlist in the Marines at the Cmdr. StronsU, formerly of lead, of Eloise. policy in both opera. D. fR l
were! estimated at $75 to. start of World War II. He was the Army Corp. of Engineers, "We contacted seven or eight I' lions and lending of the down ] ee oas lb. Kraft 'ureApple
the Rogers! car $15 to the England decorated for and During : town bank"
bravery was became an ensign in 1942. '
palm tree and lawn $100 a lieutenant when discharged.He most of World War II he the then stuff who but had they been showed drinking no 'i, Expected to open the first : Choice Lean Froth ; Jelly........ 11.. 29c

to the utility pole and $50 to has served in the Florida was at Key West as officer in III effects We advised them' part of March, the new bank Beef 3b.$139 Plantation Pride Kosher Dill

city property with house and senate He ran for charge of small craft facility they should either stop by the will offer all services of a com : . . ,
McDonald charged Pickle Sticks 29c
was governor in 1960. H. served on several ships 11 county hospital or see their own I' menial bank, and will render a .... .. 28 ew
careless driving, drinking a
In 1955 Dickinson receivedthe officer and needed
executive commanding
community service to fiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu' '" "
factor. doctor, he said. :lhlIIIIIIIIIIIIIll111111llllltllllIIIIIIII11111111111111I1" '" "119I
Allen Morris Award as the and hat been the
rapidly growing southeast
DeReus said the canned heat, I
outstanding frost; termer In theeglslature. with the Navy weather Center area of Winter Haven I USDA CHOICE
about for
coding 35 cents aj I
Fruit Shipments He ii a member of .t Norfolk and as military government be Ireland speaking for the I CRYSTALS SUGAR
even ounce can can squeezed -
Dally carloadings (tn boxes) many civic and benevolent or- labor officer in Japan. to produce the alcoholic shareholders! stated "we are

from the Fruit and Vegetable animations. Cmdr. Mason was commit- equivalent of a fifth of whiskey! very proud to have been permitted + ZIBS.
Division: Boned in 1943 and baa served by the Comptroller of the I
It la then mixed with water orfruit
By rail 15,644 grapefruit, e,- FLORIDA STOCKS on several ships at well as thetaff : Juice. Currency to organize our affiliate s

037 oranges, 2,548 tangerines Here are the 1 p.m. closings the. Twelth of the and commandants Third Naval of :1 When taken Internally, It Institution bank. We needed felt such an I Ifull L15 49c _

3,711 temples, 758 tangelos, 309. on Florida stocks as reported Districts. He has been on reserve causes extreme hydration of the was to keep
banyans; by truck 72,017 grapefruit b y Francis I. duPont and Co.: facilities and policy body, and results in blindness pace with the growth "of ourprogressive
21,407 oranges, 4,524 tangerines community
end partial paralysis before
Air Control Products 17H boards and is currently assist- Cut
At the directors'
10,012 temples, 906 tangelos Tampa Electric 25H ant for surface and training on depth. which followed the sharehold meeting, i Limit I with $7.00 ., salve sxirchait.
81 banyans total 87,661
grapefruit, 27,444;oranges 7.070tanlerlnea. Florid Telephone 25V4 the staff of the Reserve! Training er.' meeting, the following committees SIRLOIN QQ" nllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII" '" ( ?!
Industries 2 Command in Omaha.
13.723 temples 1.662 Plant First Air were established: Business H J acPancake k Itert.rmilk
tanieios390'b.ny.; for a DerbyContinued Development Audit, Investment I STEAK: ..... ,III. U U r angry
2 43c
shipping total of 137,950 boxes. and Loan and Dis 55 ,Ib
Cannery receipts 59,427 grapefruit New York Stock Report ( From Page One) count. = Finer Raves (he'm the Laid .f Cam SriiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

297,497 oranges 20,826 tangerines the Haven Hotel to be followedby ;: ,, '' I I ,,,, ,, ,. Log Cabin
a reception dinner and Buttered 29c
for a cannery total of '79'1t' Syrup ,. ,, ...
NEW YORK (UPI- Midday Kennecott showing of motion picture films Democrats Say Pedro's Very Fine Fresh Pork Ff\t(
boxes.Villas U
377,750 stock prices: Koppera on aviation. Kraft Jet-Puf

-- Alabama Gas 34'' Kro.er Co 284 72 Officials of the Federal AvItion (Continued From Page One) Sausage . . lb. jrOld Marshmallows 110 35c
May American Can 43'11 Llnett" Myera Agency and the aviation ...
(Continued From Page One) American Motors 1144 Lockheed S3't department, Florida Development he thought his days n an astronaut :IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' "III"Il 111111' lllltl'IIIII/IIIIIIltI11t11I1l" "
numbered because of
American! Sugar 24 Lorillard 44 Commission will be were Fashion
that within the next few daysa on
American Ta.T 141% Louisville Nashville 13 hand hit age New lonelesi For tablet For Reelpei
letter would be mailed to Friday night and Saturday England Style /Op ii
Bergman said Glenn told him
Anaconda 49'11 Merck! at observeri.
all the members annual reminding meeting to themof be Atlantic Coast Line 87% Middle So Vtll 404 MaJ. Gen. W R. Wolflnbar- he thought one way he could Corned Beef lb. > PET EVAPORATED 1

beld Feb. 2. He further added Babcock i Wilcox 5344 Monsanto 63 get it chairman of the derby help his country would be to enter I = B
that by this time the board Bendix Corp. SI% Mont Ward S4A' John W. Carpenter Chamber politics Jl/lllllltlllll/' 'Illllllllllll' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII., I $
should have full information on Bethlehem Steel 3444 Nat Gypsum 47'11' president, It chief Judge, and Glenn't spokesman at the National I
the current status of the club Boeing 3774 Paramount Pid. 58 Roy Thomas U chief timer. Aeronautics and Space. I Milk Tan I
at well as recomemendationsfor I Borden 85% Penney 44CBrill' Members of the Winter Ha- Administration Manned Spacecraft 8 Cant 99?
the future to past on to M/g. m Penn RR 2714 van chapter Florida Aero Center said "Glenn has no
the members for their consideration Burlington lad. 445 Pepil-Col. 514. Club; Civil Air Patrol; airport comment to make on any statements I I
and action. Carolina Pon i Lt 7354 Philip Morris 7454 committed city and Chamber coming out of Ohio" and (Limit I 11".1)

In addition to the board of Chesapeake 6 Ohio 72 Phillips Pet 49'4 of Commerce; and promotions added "he will not be availableto = Z
directors Mrs. Lee Owens, Chryslr 61'11' Republic Steel 42'4 mmtttee, Chamber of Commerce talk to anyone tonight"Glenn I Top Quality i ililllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll" I 'lllH I

secretary; W. E. Travis, club Cities Service 6344 Reynolds Tob Ult are cooperating.The secluded himself in his Del Monte SlicedPineapple O
manager; and Richard H. De- Coca-Cola 115 Seaboard Air Line 4445 event it sponsored by the home south of Houston last Sugar Curedftiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii T 99
Mott Sr., chairman of the special Colgate 40% Sears Roebuck 11II-. promotions committee. weekend to spend a "quiet, con I S9 I 0
committee also templative" two days-presum
finance Cone Mills U Slnclllr 48'4
attended the meeting. Continental Can 44.% Socony Mobil 71'Curttas ably to decide whether to run. lb. Chocolate or Vanilla Liquid Diet

The club house, which has -Wright 17' Southern Co. 54'6 R. L. HenleyContinued Both the Democratic and the Metrecal $159
been a Winter Haven showplace Douglas AIrcraft 22% Sou Nat Gu 5144 I Republican parties had bid for : ,," ',? puck

for over 40 years tine Dow Chemical '70% Soli Nit GII 5144Du ( From Page One) I his senatorial services. riOROS ALSO MA7URIS Chase i Sanbom's (limit I )

it was built in the late teens, Pont 245 Southern Railway 61'4 H. was treasurer of the Mu- Rumors about Glenn'i running File poultry fresh seafoods, delicious I Coffee 51TrLI
originally a mansion dwelling for office first began to ,
was Eastern Air 3m Sperry 2044 clpal Employe Federal Credit III.
hams and dometrlc cheeses
in one of the moat plush Eastman Kodak 111 Standard OU (NJ) 71111t Union. I circulate last summer At thattime imported ...
sections of the city. Ford Motor 11% Studebaker 6'4 During[ World War n he 1'11'' informed sources said --
It was opened as a private General Electric $544 Sunray DX 32'4 a paratrooper and served Inthe space wan "still his first love" f'J' 1I ; (' ,; 't
I club in 1962 to provide a "mid. General Motors TIlt Swift 43Cea Philippines. Okinawa and They said be would leave the

I town supplement to graciousliving" Telephone 324 Texaco 891t Japan and was In Gen. nation's space program only if Fresh Crisp Cello-Pack Birds Eye WhiteSweet
and bad four dining he
i Georgia Pacific 14% Texas Gulf Sulphur 2m Arthur's Honor Guard. M.c'l was refused e guaranteed
a health club card 2 19c Corn 2 35c
rooms return Carrots
trip out of this world.
rooms, and lounges. The Villas Goodrich 55 Union Carbide 120'11' After the war be took an executive m ? ?.

was the first such club in Winter Goodyear 43 V. S. PIpe lilt business course at theMuskegon I Juicy California Sara Leo CREAM
Cuff OU 49V.. S. Rubber 48 School of Business TIRED KIDNEYS

The Haven.cause of the fire which IU. Central 5244 U. S. Steel S7% and was an accountant and OOT IUKITI YOU 4- DOWNf Mlk
gutted the building and resulted Indian Head 151t W.lwortll Co. '7 ItInti. bookkeeper for the Muskegon kill".,. a |.Mt dcy! lift Sic with Uit.BUKtTS Give Yellow YamSweet Swanton'i TV FRIED CHICKEN or
in around $300,000 damage, Harr 594 Warner Bro. Pic. 13% Federal Savings and Loan As..octatlon wdl!!.kai'.nc.tf formula.' MU5 l sit
has not yet been determined Interchem Corp 3744 Western Union 32'11Inti. for three years. rid .f kyle uf. niflitt w..u tn scanty.< mix,....*.UMfitting .,, Potatoes ,.. lOc Beef Dinners 2 ,? $1.09

but has been termed by tome Nickel 71st Weatlnhoull AB 3O'It' i I He and his wife, Catheryn burning. b.ck..hc. Hi mini a QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDj1'ursd
at one of the most spectacular nt. TRY $644 Westinghouse EL 32'11Jglw. have a daughter Kathy Sux- drug net ..!it:r..*., your TODAY Sf. (bail I ANDtROM (I any- -

tie In the cit>', hUtory, .uvil1t $111 Woolworth\ U$ I aces, W I II tmua '00
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Thursday January li, 1964 Pago 6 .
For Garden Club
New Book Lists Program

WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHItT : Mrs. Martin Muma continued is one of the easiest to arrange

her Conservation reporton and lands itself to

Poisonous Plants Trees and Forests when many kinds of flowers. The
t Crescent uses flower
the Jacaranda Garden Club which can be curved grace
met at the home of Mrs F. fully. Also skill is requiredto
b Snakes Insects"A L. O'Kula. give a feeling of balanceto
"We as garden club members form. Horizontal uses

Y new book just publish. living in Florida are heavier and larger flowers in
: blessed with 314 native the center of the design to
ed will be of special interest "
.t trees, the speaker said. give a feeling of stability
to our winter visitors at This number is almost half Hogarth line suggest

Ai well as yesr-round residents.It the number native to the entire a slender S with low grace-

4 is entitled "Florida's United States The states ful curves. Circle, a feelingof
EdYed ty OiLUC CLU3 following Florida are Texas
Poisonous Plants.Snakes-In- motion Is created with
Georgia and California, in graceful curving lines which
Around The Town aecU" by Lewis S. Maxwell that order. Many fall to seethe almost meet. Vertical, tall

The author stresses that be beauty of native plants Blender lines are used to carry

I I does not advocate the ruthless and spend tremendous the eye upward. Oval, suggests

Council Of Church Women destruction of the poisonous amounts of time and mon mass arrangement, by
plants listed in the book. ey on care of exotics. ThereIs keeping smaller, lighter colon

Some of Florida's poisonous great satisfaction in exotic on the outer edges and larger

:'c plants are also Florida's planting but the gardener stronger colors at low center
Annual Meeting TomorrowThe ; most beautiful plants, and will have more time for it of the oval, a fine sense
some of them grow in places if the main background of of balance is achieved. This

and under conditions that any yard or garden is part of the program was entitled
< Winter Haven Council of United ChurchWomen other plants will not tolerate. of well.adapted, dependable "What's My Line."

will hold its annual meeting tomorrow morning Newcomers Mr. Maxwell natives. Members present were,

.at ten o'clock: at Hope Presbyterian Church. points out, should note that The freezes of 1958 and Mrs. William Clifford Mrs.
1M2 Mrs. Muma continued
Fonda does not have more W C. Davis Mrs. Ray Flan
All: church women of Winter poisonous plants snakes and were tremendous separator agan Mrs. J. A. Haney, Mrs.
Haven and neighboring areas Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Insects than any other sections of the natives and exotics. Joe Lameck Mrs. C. M.

are invited'to this meeting at Bagley of Wayiata Minn are of the United States Although Greenery that endured: with Monts de Oca, Mrs. S. A.

which i time reports of the pastyear's visiting here with the latter's this new book does out too much care was na Moore, Mrs Stanley Parker

activities will b. given sister, Mrs Lewis P. Kinsey MRS. HOWARD K. HUDSON, right, former superintendent of the Indian Women'sState not contain all of HorUa's live Azaleas and camellias, b ugalnvlllea -, Mrs. Thelma Sylvester Mrs

and new*ficers will be instal Sr. on Lake Spring. Prison, was the speaker at the Ladies Luncheon held yesterday at the Lake Region poisonous problems, it does are dependable poinsettias but need J. D. Wilson, Carl N. Heck
Include and the hostesses Mrs.
the serious ,
Yacht and Country Club. Also pictured are, left to right Mrs. F. C. Buckanon and Mrs. more care. Natives, however that
O'Kula and
who Mrs. Wallace
led.Unilfd and livesIn
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Fisher ones; anyone
':. Church Women lo- and daughters are newcomer George Williamson Mrs. Hudson Is now on the faculty of Webber College In Babson Florida especially those few of ui recognize are dogwoods Hanselman.For .
eall/ .ud'nationally., observe
Park. redbuda, fringe
each to Winter Haven, having who have children, should be trees
three program days year-
red maples and Golden rain
familiar with the of extra-delicious cake
contents an
moved here from Pennsylvania.
the World Day of Prayer
They are residing on Hill- Adult Bible Women the book. trees. They require a mini. substitute a small can of
World Community DIY and Hospital Nominating
mum of effort The true Floe
Schedulesfor crest SE. The plant section of the book drained crushed pineapple for
Fellowship Day.
May these "observance" days Classes Have Committee was checked by Erdman Westof ida natives have two bonus half the wate in your regular -
es. They require less
will also be worked out at tomorroe..lon Mrs. Luther T. Balllet at.d Auxiliary Meets the Experiment Station at and care cake recipe.
Mrs Frank Zumpt will be Dinner the University of Florida. He considerably more
MeetingThe .. ... ,,., Is Selected cold tolerant. Native shrubsare
hostesses to XI Gamma Chap. ?,, ,?"n .c" ri a ve s .h o rt is a dedicated botanist

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe I.DafiY' ter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Alderigate and Adult talk about the United Fund A nominating committeefor Mrs Julia Morton, who has but probably of most Interesting forest Hard To Fit
course our
i here from Brooklyn tonight at eight p,m. Drive when members cf the done outstanding work on poisonous |
selection of club officersfor
Bible Classes of St. John'iMethodist conservation deals
N. Y. for a winter fa- at the home of Mrs Lee Ellis. Hospital Auxiliary met yesterday the ensuing club plants in Florida, has with mainly -
year trees native both
cation. The program, on "India", Church were entertained in the leisure room of woitten a section for the to us, Wear A
were elected at the semimonthly shade and forest.
will be given by Mra. Balhet Tuesday evening at First Federal Savings and book "The Poison PlantProblem"
meeting of the Junior The list la long Including AAAA (Quad)
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mercer and Mrs. Ellis the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loan. Woman's Club Tuesday number of
a the
and daughter are newcomers Charles Birdsong.A During the business session, evening at the new home of Timothy W. Brown, herpetologist shade trees the live Southern oak, AAA (Triple)
to Winter Haven having Winter Haven Chapter No. final reports were given concerning is responsible for the
chicken dinner was the president Mrs. W. Scott Southern
moped here from Ohio. They SS3, National Association of the Hospital Ball snakes' descriptions which Magnolia Camphor AnnualCLEARANCE
served by the hosts and their Harper III. Tree Sweetgum, Cypress Semi
are residing on Marilyn NW. Retired Civil Employees will It was also reported that the were made by observing live
Mrs. James R. will
committee composed of Mr. Hardy specimens. Ross Allen of Silo Cabbage Palmetto, Sweetbay.
meet tomorrow at 6 p m in gift shop at the hospital Is
serve as chairman of the The characteristics of each
Mr, and Mrs. C. 7. YoungJr. the Tampa Electric Leisure and Mrs. George H. Williams operating with a profit. Proceeds ver Springs, Florida's best
nominating committee and .
were ,
.and family plan to attend House. Mrs. Julia Johnson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. realized from the shop known snake expert, contrib-
will be assisted
by Mrs., Dor the basicdesigns
the* wedding of Miss Nancy District Leader from Orlando Leon Sconyers and Mr. and will be used In the continuing uted a section of the book, continuing on SALE
Camp Saturday In Tampa.Mr. will be present and will givea Mrs. James White. project of the Auxiliary, the othy Fox, Mrs. Bill Moore and Dr. John D. McCrone eight were broughtin
Miss Jane and
Motsinger to study and discuss. The
talk. A pot luck Mr. of hospital ward. contributed information on the
supper Sconyera, president $4.97
Mrs. Monroe Alderman. Alternates full triangle with all sides ..
and Mrs Marvin Bunker will be served. Those attending the Aldersgate Class, presiding black widow spiders Dr. M. d
of Des Moines, la. are are requested to take a at a short business meetIng elected were Mrs. H. Mums entomologist, Experiment equal is a popular form with
the winter William Strange and Mrs. Station in Lake Alfred the beginner. The right angle $6.97Brand
spending reason covered dish and table servo outlined the program for Flower Show
ice. All Retired Civil Employees the coming year and named Emmett Waters. checked the insect section .
here.Mr. In'the area are welcome Mrs. Irene Skinner press Mrs. Richard Noll was appointed of the book. These are
and Mrs, J. S. Robsonare to attend. chairman for the combined CommitteeHeads to serve as second but a few who contributed DUNDEE WSCS Name
her for a four-month vice president in charge of much help to Mr. Maxwell in The Women's Society of
group. Meet
winter visit Their borne is The Winter Haven Councilof The Rev. Gerald McCray welfare projects and Mrs. publishing this book. which Christian Service held its ShoesTfattt
In Nebraska. Gardten Cluhi will meet Hardy was appointed postcard should be in every home li
pastor at the First Methodist Committee chairmen relating and telephone chairmanby monthly meeting at the Dun
tomorrow at 8:30: a.m. in the Church at Bowling Green brary. dee Methodist Church with
Marine Cpl. Hilary G. Tampa Electric Leisure to entries for the 1964 Mrs. Harper
gave an Informative accountof Mrs Norman Sayer In chargeof
Owen Jr. son of Mr and Room. Mrs. William Raley his four.year pastorate at Flower Show to be held In District 9 Fine Arts Festival the program. Her theme Ile sloe
will be held 21
Mrs. Hilary G. Owen 1509 will be in charge of the Nome, Alaska. March under the sponsorship February Ruth-Mary "The Blessings of Giving".
West take Cannon I>"v.a Sebring. The club members -
All officers and
com Illustrating with slides, he Members present were Mesdames
serving with Marine" of the Winter Haven Councilof will have entries for
Corps mitten chairmen are requested told about tlf climate, anl-- Circle Elects Robert
Battalion Landing Team 32 to Garden Clubs met Tuesday crafts, literature, poetry, sewing Standifer
mail and 'people, some of Homer Fintel, Ben Ethridge,
the amphibious striking forceof their customs, their food, and la the Tampa Electric and paintings divisions. New Officers Lydia Hunzeker I. Pearson
the Sixth Fleet operating Mr. and Mrs. R. J. LaRoux what they do for fun. He said Leisure Hou.e.Mra. Final committee plans for Max Hunzeker Clares
In the Mediterranean The the Valentine Ball to be 60 Fourth St.. N.W.
and family have moved to that Alaska Is an expensive A. Marshall Mutlikm staged February 14 Mrs. A. Petschow was James, Ruth Parks Fred
landing team is were announced
constantly Winter Haven from their place to live-even such Fisher, Norman and WINTER HAVEN
an entry chairman conducted the by the general chairman elected leader of the Ruth. Sayer
undergoing amphibious
war former home in Palm Beach
ordinary thing water Is Miss Martha
as Circle of Grace Lutheran Ethridge.
fare training to maintain the They are making, their homeon expensive and limit meeting for advance planningfor Mrs. Dorothy Fox. The --
you are Church when membersmet
team's combat effectiveness. Avenue H, SE. tickets will be $1.50 each with
the Show. Others taking
ed how
on much you are allowed this week at her home.
proceeds to be used for
I Nellie Sloat I
-------- each discussion
month. He told a part in the were welfare projects of the or Other new officers are:

about the Hospital and what general chairman, Mrs. B. Ed. ganization. The dance will be Mrs Edward Patsch coleader -

wonderful things are accomplished mund David and her assistant open to the public and be ; Mrs. Paul Friedrlch Ballroom Dance Studio
there. He said the
secretary and Mrs. Maude
JANUARY'SLadies held at the Woman's Club
Mrs. John G. Wood, cochairman -
people are very receptive Martin, treasurer
building. Dave Fredericksand Announces
to the word of Jesus Mrs. J. B. Williams the Hello-Tones will provide Plans were discussed for a :

Christ They are generous ; Classification chairman the music for dancing. forthcoming Smorgasbord. PRE. TEEN TEEN ADULT CLASSES

with what money they have. Mrs. Charles E. Nel Featured vocalist will be Mrs. Petschow served I
While he was there they builta dessert luncheon to her e COUP... D.itQn.d' h..I.", "Fop Lash Ass OPOUP
Capri P Church and son; Passing chairman, Mrs. Mary Lou Emry. Ticket may e ..,Inn.., Int.pm.dl.l. and Advanced Cllll,.
SNOW 64 new modernizedthe J. M. Pen; Properties chairman be purchased from any member guests e PK'V"TK' lisaorVaY' .m.rl..n D.ne?
1 parsonage McCray The February 18th meetingwill e
Szu( 12 to 1 18. Values to $2.98 Mrs. James Rainero of the Junior Woman's
concluded by saying that he be held at the home of NIILIE SLOAT BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
.. really has and Placing chairman, Mrs. club.Mrs.
a great desire to Mrs. C. Quick 321 AvenueC
Roy Buchett in ....
return Paul Myers. was 101 Lake ailv.r Dr. c" 4M74TUeekend
to Alaska
some day. SE.
charge of the hostess
The Winter Haven Councilof
adies' Dresses NOW $3 e $4 E The beautiful blouse Is "in" Garden Clubs Is composedof ments. Members attendingthe
for the Azalea Garden Club business session were
Values to 798. Assorted spring. The blouses Include
white the Bouquet Garden Club Mesdames Terry English
organdies with
Styl.1 & Sixes Greatly Reduced crisp ruffling, the tucked Camellia Garden Club, Gardenia James Tatum, Bill Moore

blouse in soft fabrics, and the Garden Club and the James R. Hardy, William / 'Sfecla&/
cowl-neck blouse that frames Garden Club of Winter Ha Strange Monroe Alderman
: Work Pants C the neck in soft folds of fab yen Mrs. William Raley is Scott Harper Samuel Scott
6 ric. president of the Council. Emmett Waters, Richard Noll,
Kftakl Gray in $2 Dorothy Fox and Misses Jane

Siftl 21 to 042 .... SPECIAL I IMEN'S --- Motsinger and Barbara Hor- FOR TIIUIIS., FRI., SAT., JAN. 1G.17-18-


corduroy Shirts $38 Angel Food Cake

Sues: S XL. .. '. .. :

Rsyon ii Foam lock AQOY IlI

!x Utility Rugs 68 I, each 59cTASTY


$ Shirts A

Sport'or Polo Style, 97 Y

Sixes 2 to II , .. SPECIAL

Cblldr.n'a Sixes 4 to' S I Cake

Corduroy BoxersON r 64 .l ? At, re b

OHI! FOR ME? Susie

Cotton Pile Blagg, daughter of Mr. CaChpp 49C
and Mrs Claudia Bragg
Ribber lacked I0n31Throw was overwhelmed the
Rugs 2 'OJ 88 an Illen if you living espy and lh fritndly* plenum' entertaining of fimBy -. excitement of the big cake

A you'II love the warmth and welconv baked for her second
FURNITURE leg cheer of our open stock Ethan. birthday Susie i 11th.
'5 Allen furniture by Biumntttr granddaughter of
Tufted Seersucker Full SizeBedspreads FOR FAMILY Astonishingly lovely tolulioni lo Mrs F
Marvin Fuiiell!! of
corns. and decorating problem in Winter ants
$259 : VYING very room-more than 230 pieces Haven and Mr. and Mrs F ',
2 5S T to choose from. Most modestly Albert Graves of Truman 1 t Je
priced toe, Ark.

Girls' Sixes 4 to I HOODED

Carcoats SoN TL$398ECONOMY I Free Interior Decorating Service I Richard Announces G. O'Leary, MD 113abr8

the Association of

Department THORNTONFURNITURE John H. Ford Jr., MD

for the Practice of

Store Obstetrics andGynICology


Where Prices Are Bore i Raised Elitwh.re IOS POP AYE. N.W. Acres hen D.....wi City Perk iS Ftrtr Strut N. CY 3-4538

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Segni To End Legal Advertising Two Florida Teen-agers Win Awards Sit-ins StageDemonstration I Eastern Orthodox Leaders Dade Teen-Agers

4-H WorkTwo Charge Stale
Katlee I. CredltereIN Through Achievements in

Two-Day Visit coral THE:IN COINTY AND 1'0&JOHJE'l fOLXCOISTY Florida H'ers who pray I Puerto Rico were given I standing Meet With Pope PaulVATICAN Fails On Laws

FLOB1DA ticed the 4-H Club motto,"Learn ovaUon. -
MORTON HILLS BAKER. by doing," have been rewardedfor Miss MacManus daughter of CITY (UPI-Two many to Istanbul "and wantedto
Jece...<< Mr and Mrs. H. C. MacManus, Dade County teenagers charged
their efforts by winning the
leaders of the Eastern Orthodox join with the olThlatiron
To All Creditors and Peraona Hastna
To WashingtonWASHINGTON Claim. or Demanda Lasted IMS state achievement award has been a member of 4-K for For HousingDENVER today that the state U failing
Church called Paul VI In hie homage
Said Eatala for 4-H club work. They were six rears. She on presenting
to do the job in the field of
You notified, and to each III"of In you dupllcau, are hereby all- chosen by the Cooperative Extension Is a past president today to express the "joy Indreronltlon" to the holy father."
(UP) Itil- clalnu and demands which you Service.Miss of her local : (UPI A small of Patriarch Aten- The communique gave no other automobile laws
Ian President Antonio Sell today hays Hllla aaamit Baker the deceaaed eetate of in Mowton the Susan MacManus, 18 of club, and has group of drowsy demonstrators agoras I for his meetings with details of the talks except to The Dade County Student
office of Richard A. Broneon. Lutz, received I trip to the recent completel projects Colorado say Patriarch Athenagoras of Traffic Safety Council cited nine
were "sitting In" at
ends i two-day visit marred Count Judie, at hla office In the National In poultry the pontiff In the Holy Land. I
by i mow storm, but brightened Court within HOUM'u calendar at Barlow month Florida from, 411 Club Congress clothing and state Capitol today, determined The two men apent a half- Constantinople sent the his(Istanbul and) had. "Inadequate" laws and charged
by I hearty welcome and t January e, teed which ta lh. data in Chicago. gardening. She to keep up a 24.hour hour with the Pope in what was Pope for their"joy historic rec.recognition" the Legislature with falling la
cordial understanding withPresident of lice to, *Each tint claim publication or demand of this'mud no- Her trip was won four first vigil in support of fair housing seen as another move toward meeting. cope with the problem.
nlaca j by place events I II in healing the 900-year schism be-
b In wrltlnc mud elate Uia sponsored I-.J laws. -Are we expected to inherit
Lyndon B, Johnson of redden and poet elites address Ford Motor the 4-H club tween Roman Catholicism and The pontiff presented Metropolitan
In > joint communique issuedWednesday of tha claimant muat b* sworn to d the I fl*., show,andwon The sit In started at I p.m, Athenagoras with a liturgical the Infamous traffic laws: aid
and mu.t be filed aa aforeutd. ordss Company Fund. flower Wednesday at the office of Gov Eastern Orthodoxy heartbreaking highway statistics
the calendar for and
two President 1984
will become voidaDorothea the IMS grand championship
same David Fisher, They were Metropolitan Max-
John Love When the building of this stater"
envisaged I still closer partnership / 8. Baker an album of photographs of his the youths.
of Lake AlFred for the best dozen brown
IT imus of Laodicea and Metropolitan
Administratrix8UMMERUN closed In the evening, the demonstrators asked in a statement.
between encounter with the .
the two nations in patriarch.The
CONNOR was coMluMetMenul eggs at the Pasco County Fair. Athenagorss of Thlatiron I
the framework of an Atlantic 1M Avenue B, NW .w winner of the Fisher has participated In 4 H were allowed to stay the metropolitan had conferred "Other states have corrected
who has the same name as
Winter Haven, Florida but were moved out in the hall, : Inadequacies In their traffic
community. They also agreed Club work for His with the pontif' in the
Jan I, U. 83 80. 11tuoTirr Lward. He received seven years. patriarch. It was MetropolitanAtheasgons'
on new Western initiatives a special certificate of projects have Included home where they lounged on chairs with Holy Und on Jan. I and Jan i laws but we find our state failed
aimed : or IVTKXTIOI' TO and slept in sleeping bags during first meeting ., to deal with them," the statement
at easing world tensionswhile BBGISTCK riCIlTIOli NAME" : recognition for outstanding accomplishments. beautiflcation,citrus fruits, beef the pontiff since the Pope's pilgrimage -
firmly preserving the Notice la hereby .lven that thaumlenlcned and entomology.He the night. Land But he also said he would dlt. continued.
Western world's security. tha Clerk intends of the Circuit to red.terwith Court While in Chicago Miss Mac was a delegate to the Mrs. Barbara Jensen 31, acting where he met to the the patriarch.Holy cuss "some things" with Vatican The youths said the minimum'
Johnson and Segnl expressed of Polk County Florida, pitrauantto Manus attended numerous banquets Boy's County Council and 4H captain for the Congress of The of Maxlmus at officials This was taken asa driving age should be raised
deep satisfaction with the results I Acts Chapter of 1941 J0953 Urlnlature, Laws of aa roll-Ida.amended parties, and took toursof Short Course at the Universityof Racial Equality (CORE), said the audience presence, in the Pope's private reference to recent moves toward from 14. They called for more
of their talks which John. by Chapter 267110. Laws of Flo- the city. One of the highlights ;: members of the Denver chapterof the unity of Catholic and uniform laws and a better system
Florida for the last threeyears.
son termed useful and stimulat I Ictltloua rids[ Acla name of 1M1 to-wit Lanlilatura.: Imperial the was a special 4-H Nightat the group would stick It out An library"unofficial", was unexpected.Vatican com Orthodox beliefs that were Initiated for keeping up with habitual
ing. Chemical Sanitation :: the International Live Stock until the legislature quits for by the pontiff and the viola lOll,
h"h SP'b.'J: He Is the of Mr. and Mrs. munique said he had been passing '
der ISemitic son
Segnl was the first foreign neia at 121 Brldiera 1.1'.,. Auburn- Exposition More than 1,500 the weekend Friday. through Rome from Ger- patriarch The statement suggested that
chief of state received by John. dais Fla delegates from 50 states and Cary S. Fisher. "We won't give up," she The Tope Is determined that tags be sold to people and not
ion since he assumed office last I Chsrie.0.Sola Owner Pearton promised I the Ecumenical Council com cars. Tags remain with vehicles
November. Johnson earlier met Jan I. tI, it. 10 1W4ix Friday Is the deadline for the the night in the Capitol but indicated plete Its work this year so he and sometimes are not updated
with West German Chancellor THE: riBcriT cormr or FLINT Mich. -Jack Wagner governor to submit Items of I he resented the sit.In."I can begin carrying out Us reforms for months after title transfers,
Ludwig Erhard on his Texas THE: TfcVTH: cIlDirlAL tlBCT'IT Legal Advertising president of United Auto Work. proposed legislation to the state was assiduously working to a Vatican source said the tl'en.aeorl said.
ranch and will receive British OF FLOKIIIA IN AND TOaIHANCEBY ers Local 599, commenting on legislature And in this off-'ur find means by which this law earlier today They also called for s .*ef*.

Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug late SULK N.tOlNTY MMM Uwkrt, .IN 71 P. '.. 4W! Notice Ta fredltoreIN an agreement reached with session of the legislature only could perhaps be strengthened," The source, who la in frequent wide Inspection law, mandatory
laa-home here next month. FRED PALLN1U8 AND THE!: COUNTY Jl DOE'S Buick officials aimed at endingthe items recommended by the governor Love said. "This demonstration contact with the pontiff, lOll of license for drag i.i .t,
Administrative sources earlier GtRTRLDK E, FAUCNIVSPlaintiff COIBT It! AND FOB FOLK first auto strike of the year: and money bills can be las made It somewhat less like. said the Pope has told his aides uniformity of Instruction and
Indicated Johnson also wantedto I I .1. COCJiTY. FLORIDA "We think the membershipwill taken up.Love I Iy I will recommend the legisation. he definitely wants the third traffic courts, and a lowering of
meet with French President WILL MACK akBILL MACK. IN RE!:: ESTATE OF ratify as we feel we have said be had no objectionto I don't like to respond session of the council to be Its the percentage reading on the
Charles de Gaulle, but Informed AND WILL MACK JR.. Defendant CHESTER T. 6ONNHALTER Deceaaei won an overwhelming victory, the demonstrators spending to force" lest drunknmetrr test.
sources aid so far they I --- "-- -
I IkOTICK OF ALE To All Creditora and Persona Hav-
did not see eye to eye on a mutually Notice U hereby given that pur- big Chime or Demande Against
acceptable meeting plaee.Johnson' auant to a final decree of foreeloaure laid Eatatai:
talks with leading entered In the above entitled Yell and each of mow are hereby
cauae la the Circuit Court of
Allied statesmen serve the Polk County Florida I will sear notified ta file In duplicate< al :
double purpose of strengthening the property situate la Polk County claim and demandi which you
Western unity and preparing Florida, described ..: have against the slate of CheaterT D
Lot 21. BOOKER BUBDmBION Sonnhalter deceaaed. In the of-
for new talks about outstanding -
fire of Richard A. Bronaon Countvlud
world problems with .. per Plat Book 10, pane .., at hla office In the CourtHouse
the Soviet Union, Informed I. Publle Recordi of Polk at Barlow Florida, within r
County Florida. AIM known aa .Ix calendar month from January
sources said. Mil Church Street, Winter Haven I I. 1M4 which la the date of the. ; .
Florida.at first publication of this noticeEach
TUKK IS OJEYFLORENCE public sale, to the highest and writing claim, muat or demand plate the mint plara ben ofreildenre / \
; best bidder for cart, at the South and office adrireeeof .
Italy UPI
) -
Front Door of the Polk County the claimant, must be sworn to
Its BO crime to call an Italian Courthouse In Barlow, Florida, between and must be filed aa aforesaid. ar
traffic policeman "a Turk. U:09 a m and } 00 p m. on alee aims will become void
the !mil dam of January" 1004. Exchange National Bank el
Antonio Anghileri, 23, who D H 8U>AK, JR. Winter Haven, Trust
was charged with Insulting a Clerk Circuit Court Department
By: 11 W. a. freemen, nAdmlnlitrator
public official, was acquitted By HaetlnfiDeputy
Wednesday after the court 0 SellAttorney Cl..kW.It" Cum Teitamanto Aimeialummerlln .
and Connor
ruled "the Turks are I civilized for Plaintiff P O In 'l9S,
people and our friends and >1S Van Skiver Bide.Winter Winter Haven, TlorMaittomev : t
Raven Florida for Administrator
NATO Allies.- Jan 11 1184 Jan. 1, S 0 I', 33.184 \ .

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a n r4KI I Bank Deposits Show IncreaseFlorida I Miami Settles :

deposits now total ,one4ialf times the national rate

I $6,247 billion in the states 385 II for the same period.In For $$145,000

I commercial banks, an increase response to public demand
I of 16 per cent over 1962 yearend for additional facilities, 42 new
MIAMI (UPI) The City of
figures I banks opened In 1963. One bank
Miami reached a $143,000 out of
I For the 13th year since 1949, has opened this month and 34 court settlement Wednesday In
I additional have been charteredto
loans made by these banks are the case of a woman who was
date. These new banks will
to exceed the national
expected totally disabled in an auto crash.
figures In rite of increase Commercial I result in a total of 420 state and The City Commission actedon
bank loans for Individual federally-chartered commercial advice from City Attorney
1 and business needs now total banks In Florida. There were John Barrett.
nearly $3 billion. The loan I 190 such banks In 1949. The victim 25-year-old Rita
Increase amounted to 1(6 percent Ann Gould was injured Feb. 23,
over a year ago. This was 1962, In an accident on US.
the fifth largest similar Increase Polecat KilledHousewife Highway
since 1949. City crew were sprinklinggrass
a On a )'ur-by-year percentage By on a median strip. The
growth bails Florida banks wind blew water across the
have consistently shown Increases ILOMANTSI, Finland (UPI) highway and Miss Gould's car
In deposit and loan to. -A polecat attacked a house. skidded Into a Utility pole.
tale in excess of the national wife here Wednesday, bit off
JOIN NATIONAL GUARD-Theie men are new enlistees in Winter Haven Battery
rate of growth For the period her shoe and tore off part of WILY FISH
C Second Howitzer Battalion, 116th Fi.ld Artill.ry, Florida National Guard. JACKPOT WINNERS Mrs. Thomas and
Th.y ar., 19491963 the growth of Florida her clothing.The Marylyn SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -
I I.ft to right, Walttr S. Godwin; Ronni. A. Pattarion Winter Haven Hospital,; Billy J. bank loans was double the na-j I lady, more embarrassed Mrs G. A. Peters hit the Jackpot at Anderson's Drugs Despite efforts by fishermen,
Sims X-ray technician Winter Haven Hospital; Frank A. Lubbers, accountant, Lakeland; tlonal percentage Increase. Deposits i I than hurt, stamped the polecat last week. Mrs. Thomas won $5 jackpot whil. Mrs. steelhead trout often live to be
J.rry D. Baxtar, Amtriean National Bank; and K.nn.th White, Cyprus Gardani. have Increased two and I I i to death with her other shoe. Peters hit for $35. seven years old.

Two Republicans Criticize ate, HURRY! Tremendous Savings Thurs., Fri. & Sat. Only


Kennedy's, Trip To Far East urn sAVE

WASHINGTON (UPI) Two- the Communist party pending," DURING < -

Republicans took the admiitratlon Derounlan said "We are In the
to task today for sending midst of a civil rights battle In

Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken. which Kennedy reportedly li I vi. : y'r' 94s
nedy to the Far East for nigh' tally Interested. There la plentyfor
level talks with Indonesian PreS' him to do in Washington.
ident Sukarno. The two !awaken made

Rep. Oliver P. Bolton R-Ohio, their comments In sepsrat
said he hoped there would be statements.

no "secret convenants" Involving Bolton said the last time Ken. ,,. SPECIAL VALUES for SMART SHOPPERS!
the future border securityof and Sukarno aat down for -
nedy =
pro-Western Malaysia. He talks two years ago, "hardly a e o
said Kennedy and the administration month passed before secret negotiations / PRICES NOW ANYBODY CAN AFFORD THE

"a complete owe the American and candid people re- in Washington pointedthe VERY BEST, THE THRIFTY WAY AT THRIFTY

port on the whole Indonesia way toward the Indonesian CITY.
question" when he returns. takeover of West New Guinea." HF
Rep. Steven B. Derounian R- "While some called this a settlement
N.Y., said if the administration ," Bolton said, "others
was going to use Kennedy asa
then more appropriately termed 1 It
I foreign troubleshooter,
Secretary of State Dean Rusk an acquiescence to a military
should be fired and Kennedy grab for power in complete violation
appointed In his place. of every principle upon I
Derounian also asked "who's
which the United States has
I tending the store at the Justice !
I Department" He charged that traditionally grounded its foreign HUGE
Kennedy's diplomatic trip far policy." -
President Johnson was "a dereliction
of his assigned duty" as
attorney general Health Board
"We have many cases against

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Miami Petitions ScholarshipDeadline\ i

) PUC On RailroadMIAMI a I ,

Thrifty 30" Pushbutton I
(UPI) The City of SetJACKSONVILLEThe 1 1
Miami petitioned the State Pub.
lic Utilities Commission\'nes- RANGEConvenient .a I.
day to order the strike bound' State
Florida East Coast Railway to Board of Health today set '
resume passenger service Im April 1 as the deadline for receiving Push Button Controls O %ERO-DECRa! tam! CMCX PRErits
mediately.City applications for 10 medical Oven Big Enough For Holiday Baking a WHOLE MEAlS for aepNe elgaP
Attorney John R. Barrett scholarships to be award.
wM. bve I age ..
charged In the petition the FEC ed to worthy students. All Porcelain
was violating slate law, its corporate The scholarships are worth No Drip Cook Top 1WO\'EOETAItDM'tftI'StIOtDIJJ.'
charter and its franchiseby $1,000 a year for as much as BUSHEL EACH m.ota9FAs For 41MJ
failing to operate at least one four years Only students who cJe.ittgONLY'$13888
passenger train a day between have completed college level
Miami and Jacksonville. pre-medicsl studies are eligi Bl7TTE1t COMPMTMEMT HOtt'fOH.
The city asked the utilities ble. High school students are POUT p ssoe r .owa tor eisaniq
commission for Immediate'
an not eligible
hearing on its p ttlon. 1 1GIFTS' Those accepted must be citizens .
._.. _
and have been a resident TRADE ____ ___-
of Florida for five years, be $24666UP
I of good character and in need
I I 1 of financial assistance. The stu TO THREE YEARS TO PAY Model T8304

: dent must agree to practice
IS months In a Florida community

each needing his services for Filter FloWASHER SEE THE WHOLE PICTURE
year's scholarships ac .;
The scholarships were set up
by the Legislature to help pro -m IN CO .
vide doctors for communities LQ
which might not otherwise be '.
When you movi, able to attract one. The scholarships WAI02T IN.t lIIu.t..,.") :

are reviewed by a committee I 12. '. Cloth.i C.p.eity .. \
to town. <1 una : j
.. of seven-the deans of f
Tw. Cyel.Tw
i :
Florida's two medical schools j
Year Walconw Wags I and five physicians designatedby Sp.tJ
Ii...... will call with aleak. the president of the Florida .

., .f fifh and Medical Association. $ I
There are now 39 students 17777
Iri.ndlif frH !ngi (rmr
.. studying under the program In 5s't a ,
lj.yi! sins! i>4kuiln.ii WITH
nine schools-two in Florida ,
Uadtn.'If and seven out of the stote. J mffm TRADE
o00 :
For information write to the
Medical Scholarship Committee, I i I
v. hot |lard mend"
Florida State Board of Health,
I. Wings H.... .
k. mr
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294.2989 Dies In WreckMIAMI
DRYER When they send you a fall blond,
man died Wednesday when his __ BLOND! rOAEIIrfN.tlllurtr ,
)'Ir co"'IWA,90" : car ran out of control on US.
Highway 1 south of here and ( .t.d) If she wears a purple hat,

crashed The victim Into a was house.Dwight R. WE PKQTECTiQN i I POLICY I ". /iell'2-I'.4CI.'h..CeplCily YOU SEE A PURPLE HATI! ;
I Derby, operator of a Venetian High Sp..J Drying Srrt.m .. :
blind shop. V.n.bl. Ti"' Dry Control! :
- ---- --- Prdve within five
days of purchase that our
See the whole picture. J

price was not the best. and we will refund Get GE Color TV for $39888 h: .

$12888 as little a. ...... .. :

EXTRAGRANULATED difference in price plus $5 bonus. :: 'I
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Monday, Thursday & POLK COUNTY'S Monday Thursday & : J

O Friday C e Friday" I

1 Evening; 'Ti19P.M. MOST COMPLETE T J 1m fP 11'1 om II I mm Evening'Til; 9 P.M. ,

CLOSED Sixth St. & Ave. K, N.W. Phone 293-4129 CLOSED





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Home Builders I ; Branscomb Auditorium Will

Beauty Contest Be Dedicated TomorrowI

I The public will get a first made, pre-stressed concrete

look at the Interior of Florida beams as the rib cage supporting
Set For Feb 22The
Southern College'i new Bran. the roof and walls. Each

comb :Memorial Auditorium beam is 70 feet long and weight
beauty contest to select Friday night when the opening 48.000 pounds
Miss Parade of Home. for program feature a free con.cert The interior of the main auditorium 11
by Nelson and Neal, widely li larger than It looks
1964 will be held Feb. 22 T.
1 g4i t. -known husband and wife piano from the outside, Schwelter
L. Whitehead parade chair. team. said "Thit It because the
man told members of the HomeBuilders "The building will not be entirely building really a lot of pieces
Association of Great. completed until March, put together for particular
er Winter Haven at a joint 4 jr'rh but the auditorium proper Is needs.
board of director meeting and ready and we invite the public The main hall and three adjoining -
Parade of Hornet planning tea- to attend the opening( concert rooms-which will seat
lion lut night. ," said Dr Chariot an additional 450 persons are
Site for the contest which I Thrift, Jr, president of l rll separated by a spacious open-
will be based on beauty and f Southern. air outer lobby which serves
personality will be announcedIn I The auditorium teats 1(12 la a gathering arei. The adjacent
the near future. Businesses ," persons The concert will start rooms, designed for future
and organizations In the greater -iitci I at 1:1: p.m. television hook-up with the
Winter Haven area may en Some interior work, landscaping auditorium will be used at
ter contestants by paying the a and completion of anew classrooms and for group meet
$50 entry fee and submitting I parking area for 275 cart ings.
picture of the contestant to the remain on the building agenda, The 40 by 40.font stage In the
committee. Dr Thrift laid auditorium Is supplemented by

Contestants must be betweenthe NORTH GATE OFFICERS-The North Gate Merchants Association recently elected The gift of Florida Methodists i three.level, hydraulically operated .
ages of IS and 23 and sin ] officers for the coming year. From left, Glen Hicks, vice president; Earl Chance, the J7M.OOO structure li orchestra pit which also r
,Ie. named for the late Bishop John can serve as a forestige The AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN Ntlion and Neal, int." .
treasurer; Frances Gilbert, secretary; end J. T. Jordan Sr., president. accommodate "*.
Branscomb. It will be formal. stage 1 is equipped to
Twelve homes by 10 builders nationally-known husband and wife piano team, will
--- open
ly dedicated In June when the orchestral,
have been entered In the 1964 I symphony Florid Southern College' Branscomb Memorial
Parade of Homes Whitehead Teacher Jack Florida its Methodist annual I session Conferenceholdi at the 1 choral motion and picture theatrical projection groups.A Auditorium at 1:15: p.m. Friday in a free concert. NelsOf l 4
Loses TeagardenDies
announced and reminded other
Fight concerts'
. college. booth Is In the balcony end Neal, who have given more than 1,000 t
members of the association of II
, the Feb. 7 deadline for enter. I The architect Nils M. An acoustical future of the around the world, recently (oined Florida Southern1, .
ing. Schwcizer of Winter Park, laid balcony Is the use of i conceited music faculty at artists In residence.Richard's .
At Age 59NEW 'the auditorium Is one of the copper cable so that persona ------ --- -
I Advertising will again be sold .
\ In the Parade of Home. booklet Teeth And His Job I. finest of its kind In Florida and"perhaps wearing hearing lids may
the best from the heir well automatically Twenty
.. 'at the rate of $100 per page or
ORLEANS (UPI-Jack standpoint of acoustics" lie electrical outlets for tape

p$60 John half Wood page., Harvey Sellers KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (UPI) fight with a chipped tooth a Teagarden, whose willing described of the acoustical structure is "anenvelope recorder are also In the bal. Hair StylingSHEAR

and John Burr were appointed -Popular teacher William H. sore eye and .everal bruises. trombone and moaning voice was i student space"Schwelzer of I cony.The auditorium's Interior color

" to a committee to select thefroute Enlckt, who challenged two Redman said one of the boys spelled the blues to jazz fan. the late Frank Lloyd Wright scheme has been kept simple I
of the Parade and prefvare husky sophomores to put on complained of a black eye and for more than 30 years, was and represented the famed to that the hall won't look SHEAR ARTISTRY
directional aigns.m boxing glove with him, had a bloody nose and the other said found dead in his motel architect on campus when I crowded. The doping tide-wills I
Lynn Wood wit elected ttate chipped tooth and plenty 01 room some of the Wright buildingswere believed to be unique in mod-
he received bruised and Mr ef
a nose Traiport formerly
director for the local association bruises today and no job. In New Orleans Wednesday constructed. ern auditoriums are putty
and will attend the state "He resigned and that's all a cut on the head. The superintendent His doctor said he died of The auditorium was designedto I gray to blend favorably with Burdlne't In Miami and owner
"JCkulders. association meeting in there Is to it," said school Supt. said it wis not determined cirrhosis of the liver. But I harmonize with the nearby the moss green stage curtain ef Treipert Beauty Salon In
. I{Orlando Saturday with presl- Edgar Redman Wednesday whether they receivedthe coroner's Investigator said it Wright buildings, but not dom and avocado-colored seats Coral Gablet
;dent-elect Whitehead. night In disregarding a petition Injuries in the fight with appeared to be a heart attack. inate them especially the The threatertype teat, costIng -
.f''JK President J. C. (Sonny) Smith by students for Enickt return. An autopsy was scheduled to- Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, theme nearly $50,000, were given k
Enicks or in mother battle. Will tn.w Mi.ml; Styliit, tUndtd
; and his committee of Lester of the Methodist
> The petition signed by 56 01 day. Wright complex. by the Florida Wo-
.Addison and John Wood were the school's 700 students and The students who signed the Teagarden't body was found Therefore, the auditorium's man't Society of Christian Service 4* I R .. Ichcoli for ,.rmintiitwavlne
.authorized to spend up to $300 sent to school officials and a petition seeking Enickt' return sprawled on the floor of his 78-foot high stage loft, overlooking Every seat commands an 4d hair cutting and ityllnj.
"en the proposed county-wide local: newspaper Wednesday, claimed the two picked on room. Clad only in his under Lake Hollingrworth, unobstructed view of the stage.
)huffleboard tournament in co- urged that Enicks, coach of the other atudentt earlier and were wear, a bottle of beer was slightly lower than the 1'1 Following Friday night's concert TIASrOM CUSTOM STYLED HAIR CUTS
..pperition with the two Winter tower.A the Lakeland Community
school's undefeated track team,
beneath his and the Individual
trapped body to suit
531aven shuffleboard club,. return to Kendallville High The involved in corridor fight Lakeland firm, Templm'l Concert Association will present
signers nM they felt his boxingwas The petition laid that ".t an opener was clasped in one Inc, Is the prime contractor Itt first program of the
hand. of the 160 by 380.foot structure In the new auditorium Open Tuesday end Thursday Evening by Appointment
Leaflets "justified by the circurattancet" least five rough: fight have occurred I He had apparently been dead season
which measures 50,000 I Jan. 20, featuring the San
in our during the
several hours
Redman called the teacher' possibly feet. A construction feature Includes Pietro Orchestra of Naples,
111 AYE A S.W. Free 2V3-843
Diseases Ample Parking
last two weeks and we think Tuesday He was last seen the use of 10 LakelandI Italy.
tew leaflets on specific officials boxing "stupid.1 accepted He Enickt'laid school resignation Mr Enicks action was justified about 7:30: p.m. Tuesday when 1 a bellhop brought i supply of
diseisei are avail- last week after conference by the circumatances"Alien
beer to his room.
from the
Tuberculosis with the boys Involved in
Association of Polk the Incident and their parents. Teagarden was In New Orleans
County. lie and the meeting with the Address to play an engagement at ROMEX CABLE
It j Subjects covered by thepamphlets parents "left only one possible the Dream Room, a French
: are: bay fever, TB, Mjlution." Reports Due Quarter night club NORTHGATEN
, influenza, chronic bronchitis, Redman denied that Enicks, "Jack has been sick quite along

emphysema, btrmch/etlasus! a at b m, a and, pneumonia bistoplasmosls had who bees has,'beesi asked. ere'y2H4y U refill. ars, By Jan. 31 obe to time know and about didn't it,'want*his any.doctor 1NTeR? I 12 Ga. 2 WIre 5.

AO aliens In Florida who have said.
and pleurisy 'He just resigned, Redman
These leaflets contain an the aald. "We accepted hit resigna- not yet filled out alien address 'He was a very stubbornguy AR D WARE
presently known facts about the tIon." report forma should do so before and wanted to play his 4
14 Ga. 2
cause, prevalence and threat. Enicks, who described himself Jan. 31 at the nearest Immigration music. t.
ment of these respiratory diseases as "a little excitable" and Naturalization Teagarden was born Jack
and are of real Interest' challenged the two boys whenhe Service office or local Post Office Weldon Leo Teagarden Aug 20, e Ideal let IR....' ..w.e .
and Importance to the general found them fighting In the 1905 In Vernon Tex, While R..hM wehen, 7g.q
reader. Any or all may be obtained I school gymnasium. Immigration officials point very young, his parents movedto 'Storm Window' Kit ws
by writing or calling the "''If you want to fight put on out that the law requires all Oklahoma. HSU;
Tuberculosis and Health Asso. the gloves and fight;: with me," non-citizens, except persons in Teagarden went to New York ,I5 "t h h.adl. i
elation of Polk County P. O. he told them. The two husky diplomatic status, and aliens In the 1920s, and In 11ZS! joined t Covers two full I t
Box 930, Bartow, telephone sophomores accepted the challenge here temporarily as agricultural Benny Pollack's orchestra, an i size windows
533,3851. I Enick came out of the contract laborers, to report aggregation that spawned such
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In August All-Slur Gam I Deadeye Baylor

Giant Sluggers I

I Downs Named To South Team Sign Pacts For a Fires In Final

By Sports BOB HAVILAND Editor I Basket For WinBy
$$155,000 TotalBy
W PredictedOn Winter Haven High School'.

:Bobby Downs, already named* United Press International
United! Press International
All-Conference, All.State, All k The Los Angeles Lakers
generally -
\"' Southern, and All-America, The San Francisco Giants :, feed the ball to Elgin:
Finley DealNEW .: added one more piece of pape have satisfied two very impor Biylor when they need two
work hit Cant people Willie Mays and points la a hurry.
packed gridiron
: Orlando Cepeda.Hays The Lakers found themselves
YORK (UPI) scrapbook last night when he the highest paid active in such a situation Wednesdaynight
City owner Charles 0. was selected. to play in the player in baseball, signed for at St. Louis Bill Bridges
gets the word today and it'll ; (l;; 'i state's North South football an estimated $101,000 Wednes- of the Hawks dropped in i fIeld
: ';(1:; "" : at Florida A few hours later, the Giants the
I loud ":\\01"! with one '" "' game Field in day. goil to tie score at 109-iu
,,'" Gainesville on Au,. 1. also received signed contract with 14 seconds remaining. The
vision: He can come back :. : \H "' The announcement was mad from Cepeda, who is in takers drove down the court
try again next year. this morning by Winter Haven the $50,000 bracket. and quickly pasted the ball to
Without mincing any '' High athletic director Jack Mays regards bit contract Baylor.

1'1111.1 y's fellow Deedrick. Deedrlck is also signing as a necessary chore The Lakers' ace lived up to
League win tell chairman of the four county, and seldom balks, but Cepeda J his reputation by sinking a
owners ,
," ,11' plus one city, selection committee is a lot different and Giant I jump shot with two seconds left
point-blank be can not .. ": ,, that met last night to officials were pleased with his to earn bit team a 111-109 tri
transfer the Athletics to \ ;: : consider nomination early signature.Last umph.
villa, Ky., now and be : -: """ Three players were chosen i In season, Cepeda held out It was one of the best and
must work out his current all the other two being Die. until March 2 but had his best tightest games of the National
kle Johnson, 190-pound guard season since 1959. He led the Basketball Association ....
with Kansas Clt
problems from Arcadia and Paul Stair,
team with a .316 batting aver on. The score was tied 30 times
municipal otficlali. 185 pound guard from Okeecho- age, hit 34 home runs and over and neither team was able to
Finley will get the bee.Counties 100 RBIi. His slugging percentage open more than a four point
twice. He'll hear it the participating in the. of .563 was fourth in the lead throughout the contest.
selection were Hardy, Highland National League Baylor finished with 24 points
time at a meeting of the '
Polk and Okeechobee
ican League's board of : Dade, City,, of the Southwest The contract was the seventh TOMMY HART GRABS REBOUND-Denlion center and teammate Jerry West add
Blue Devil senior
Cepeda has signed with the ed 36. Bob Pettit led the Hawks
tort, which will start at : ( ) with ball, selected last Florida Conference, also is in Giants For Mays it was his Tommy Hart picks off a rebound In the first half of the with 31.National.
a.m. (EST), and concern team In the annual the voting district I Rebel-Haints City basketball game at the high
Downs, the Blue Devils' sen 14th.The school afternoon. The edged past Basketball Association
with details of his I Field In Gainesville, I St. Louis Cardinals announced gym
lor quarterback during the 1963 the Hans! City by a 22.21 count In their first By United Press InternationalEastern
'. Chamberlain Chiefs In the slgnlngs of veteran capers
with Ksnsss CIt, city football campaign, was a DivisionW
The second meeting in was named All-Confer unanimous choice Deedrlc I pitchers Roger Craig and Lou game of the season L Pet.

each of the 10 AL clubs All-America. said. Named the outstanding Burdette. Boston 29 9 .783
high school football player of Manny Newsome Averaging 33.5.1 Cincinnati 30 15 .667
cast a vote on Finle, .
the year la Florida by the All Philadelphia 20 21 .4gg
ed move, it scheduled to Southern committee, the nom. BOWLING New York 13 24 .277
Past NEW YORK (UPI) Manny third in the scoring race
at 1 p.m., but that first mating board apparently felt Western Division
Newsome of Western Michigan 315 average, followed by
could run over especially the North-South contest would W L Pet
to not be complete without Down TBIBSDAT: MIXERS scored 74 points in two games Steve Thomas of Xavier of Cincinnati Los Angeles 27 15 .643
Charley gets talking, so W L
grand finale may not start on the roster. Wenderfutse'4 W last week to replace Butch ((30.9)), Rick Barry of St. Louis 25 21 .543
til 1 or later. 22-21 Downs appeared to start slow Woodreit Nunlni Herat 4JIII! 2111I Komtves of Bowling Green as Miami, Fla. (308) and Jim I San Francisco 23 IS .561
Finley has dropped In his accumulation of 1963 grid Pin Pala 40 24Rolline Barnes of Texas Western (30.8)). Baltimore 14 28 J33
.r.'I Pipping Packing Co. 40 the leading scorer in major college -
honors, but the wheel
hats that there would be once Rockers 88li 29% There was also a new leaderin Detroit > 29 .237
repercussions If he did not -court with less than a started rolling, he went all the Jordan TV Shy* 2v i basketball ranks. field goal percentage with Wednesday's Results
I approval for his move to to play, dashed to the I way to Scholastic Msgazine'AllAmericaa Knur. Twlntcra Odd Balls tl 12.2Th. 83 Oddly, Newsome was out- James King of Oklahoma State Los Angeles 111 St. Louis 109
villa today although! be team Somewh.tsnubbed Joe ft: Company 28 88 scored by his Mid-American moving on top with a .640 per. San Francisco 89 Detroit 71
batedly denied he of court, and fouled as he I by the majority of Plnipotwn M 899harpehooura cent.,.. Boston 113 Baltimore log
Western Conference coaches, 24H SS'4 Conference foe in a personal
to lay the ball
into court the Bnwh-Upi 23tt 404
going over
the hoop. He swished Downs was passed by for Go Gtttxra 21 43 meeting last Saturday, 42 to 39,
ter."We I league's offensive quarterback Kntpp shoes 17 47 but Komlves was held to 54 "
don't want to go first of two charity tosses, position and was awarded all Hlfb team series: Wonderful points in two previous games "Make It Your Rule, Consult
court, said an AL owner point providing the vic cornerback defense 18W
loop on Nigh team .ama: Wonderful during the week.
if we must we will. I Randy Smith, Tampa Robinson S75Hfeh Official NCAA statistics released BILL POOLE C.LU.
Is believed has ,
Finley, it out Down Individual nrlM (women):
quarterback edged
today show that New-
Intention of going into Larry Swearengln I POllY D M 47S Ma Bebow 475 UNDERWRITEROver
center Tommy Hart were I in a close vote for signal calling TMma !*la! 454 some totaled 435 points in 13
either but he have
might duties.In High Individual lame: Mat Bee 10 Yn Eie rl lise lit Ccntril Fra" .,
to if the American League ] of the Denison of 1 bow IRS Peggy Deal 179, Thelma games through Jan 14 for an *
the all-state placlngs, the of 33.5 A"bilne'People' Seine Eitf and luitituiIniurcnc
tried to take his franchise with 10 and S points re Leli 171. average points per
from him. I Both boys were also Blue Devil senior was awarded. Zne HIIII Bftbnw Individual 636. Don MrtM Richardson(m.nll I game. Komlves, with 294 Prebltmi.H04 .
second team honors. The
leading defensive rebound-I majority (34, Bill ROVM (33. points in nine contests, had a
of votes in all-state competition Him Individual lam: Ki>nHobbi 32.7 average. 10th St., IE. Ph. CY J-U.1
. lie with the big cltblocks ) Hi, Don Richardson 308,
Bill of Prtncton
All's Foss Oust teams found it cold thus they grabbed off Bob Valid SOL Bradley was
in the first quarter with
I of the No. 1 suit .
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPDTbe one field goal being re most positionsBut
when it to All
I came
annual American I that one by Haines City
League director's a 3.2 first period lead. Southern there was no doubt
opened today amid rumors second quarter a basket about it.Downs.
al of the OFTERRAZZO ?
was one important IRED
President Joe Foss' Swearengln and two field
factors In the Winter Hayen
tion might nave a fight on and free throw by Hart one-year rise to Florida BERRY
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Foes said Wednesday that going into the final quar coaches to finish next
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from office "It might be to play. It was then spot. lIe won all games
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down here," he said, fouled. a close second to Larry;
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Do Battle AgainNEW

YORK (UPI-The ri.
jalry between two old basket N SPORTS rb
ban breeding grounds Ken
tucky and Indiana will be rekindled -
next week when Evansville .
the top.ranked small college -
team in the United Press I
International ratings, boats fast-

riling Kentucky Kentucky Wesleyan Weileyan.mad the I Cincinnati Loses FirstBy '

only advance in the top 10
group during the past week,
Jumping from 10th to leventh, MARTIN LADER Richmond. The cnbeaten Wild
despite losing its second close I CPI Sports Writer cats freeze
decision employed a surprise
to major college rival
Louisville. Kentucky Wesleyan Time is finally catching up when they led by only one point Nr"n
has won Its other nine games, with the University of Cincinnati. with 12 minutes to play and
five against university division they just managed to salvage .
teams. I.
The Bearcats have been the their 14th triumph.
the Evansville fifth straight ranking week No., broke 1 for NICE SPECK CATCH-June and Francis Branstiter most successful college basketball Cincinnati, ranked eighth In

the century mark twice las art pictured with 40 speckled perch which they caught I team in the last six years, the country, was the victim of I
week and the 35 coaches the while fishing with Missouri minnows In Like Shipp. Francis 9Av
winning a total of 161 games two red hot Braves from Brad.
UPI rating board awarded it 28 U the manager of Lake Shipp Boat Basin and Botel.
first. against 16 losses And although Icy Lavern Tart helped Brad.
place ballots for the impressive
victories. Evansville they don't show any signs of ley to a 46.45 intermission lead

(9.2)) also has faced five major old age they're definitely not by scoring 22 points In the first
college opponents and owns vie what they used to be. half and Joe Strawder pickedup
tories over four of them. On The Outside Cincinnati lost another link for his teammate with 25 '
Evansville, seeking to repeat "i' from its great past Wednesdaynight points in the second half. ,
Its small college title champion ::4 Sy IU CHISTNUT by dropping an 87.77 decision Strawder, who hit on 10 of 13
ship of 195960 season, meets to Bradley While losingone floor shots during his streak, r
Kentucky Wesleyan next game isn't cause for alarm, took game scoring honors with

Wednesday and again to close It did mark the Bearcats' first 33 points. -..: ......... s =-r- ..... ..J .
Its season Feb. 29. The two contests Fishing in and around the Winter Haven area has loss ever to a Missouri Valley Ron Bonham led the Bearcats :
could be pivotal in the Conference foe on their home with 25 points
LITTLE LEAGUERS HOLD BANQUET-Six members of the Satan little foot.
race for the crown. been a little off due to the high winds, but angler court. Cincinnati had compiled Davidson didn't anticipate(
the Polk
ball team, winners of County Boys Football League championship, and one
Grambling continued its
run 41 straight much trouble with Richmond,
nerup role, stretching its victory who have braved the weather have had very good luck. league opponents successes at home against dating which went into the game witha cheerleader were honored last' week at the Satan gridiron banquet Shown, left to right,
skein to 13 without I de. Speckled perch are hitting real good in the Chain of back to 1947. $.7 record. But the Spiders, are: Ralph Strouse, Ty Rabe, Fred Murrell, Lee [Bice, Mike Swarti, Buzzy Pollard, and
feat and grabbing five first. Another streak was barely hitting on more than half of Steve Sowardi. Rabe was named the outstanding lineman and Swarms was named out-
place ballots. Lakes, Lake Pierce and Lake Juliana. Bass are being kept alive Wednesday night their field goal attempts, enjoyed standing back Mill Bice was named outttanding cheerleader. The banquet was held at
Holding their positions from caught, but mostly small ones. The best bet for bass when fifth.ranked Davidson a 32.29 advantage at half. the home of Mr. and Mrs Herbert A. Pollard Joe Long Is the coach of the Satani, and
last week included third-ranked squeezed out a 5249 victory at time. wes assisted this year by Larry Moore.
Western Illinois (10-1)), fourth. is trolling with a Mirr-0-Lure in early morning or late
rated Pan American ((12.2) and afternoon.
fifth-ataoding Puget Sound ((11.1)),
which bad its unbeaten sires Before this writer leaves the subject of Mirr-0 Progress Adv. No. I
ended at nine by Pacific Luth
eran. Hofstra added two victories Lures we would like to tell all of our readers about the

during the week and rt new Mirr-O-Reel that the L&S Bait Company, Inc.,
mimed sixth.Kentucky !
Wesleyan's jump to is now manufacturing Harold LeMaster, president ot: Progress
seventh pushed Wittenberg (No
9)), Fresno State (No. 9) and r
Washington of St Louis (No.
10)) down one position.The .

; games ratings played through are based Saturday on. .

Jan. 11. Good

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MIT Mlddlebury United 81 Lowell 84 Haverford Press 73 EAST Norwich Tech International 62Ursinus 65 64 Better For You!

St.Buffalo Joseph's U Toronto S3 Seton U Han 7(

Steubenville 67 Geneva TPa.J.SO wM
William 79 Springfield 67Westcheiter
St. 79 .
East Stroudsburgh St. S3 .
Wilkes 60 Harpur 55 j ,
Carnegie 92 Wtynntrarx ,,,/ ., ..
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. Brandeis. 78 Worchester Tech 75 ai1UL .e A 1V'
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Wash & Jeff. 59 Allegheny 49 .J.Jthe ,.'!! )
Northeastern 86 Amherst 48 ,;
Muhlenberg 67 Albright 58 Y.
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Gannon 76 Muikuigum 58 -- OJ
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West. Va. 84 Penn State 63 fl'
N. Cara. A&T 104 Shaw T4
company sent in some information on this new
Louisiana St. 83 Tulane 74
Bellarmine 76 Transylvania 70 reel and from all points it looks very good. (Jr.llf ; "f'
Oglethorpe 58 Chattanooga 54
Newberry 76 Presbyterian 74 This new closed face casting reel was designed (0 !

Davidson 52 Richmond 49 specifically for monofilament line and it was tested
I N. Cara 79 N. Cara St. 71
' Lenoir Rhyne 52 Catawba 48 thoroughly for a year. The materials are almost in .

: Rollins 66 Tampa 60 destructible, and there is no corrosion problem. Long WIq 4'ttt, tt;
.. Tenn. St. 93 Italian Nationals 84 .
Morgan St. 87 Virginia Union 84 smooth casts result after a little practice, and the star ""I"i

' W Maryland MIDWEST 66 John Hop. 58 drag efficiency is twice that of any reel on the market 1 .

Xavier ((0.) 80 Louisville 79 designed for monofilament of 12 pound test or less. ..r M'
Kansas Wesleyan 68 Baker 57 Each crank turn retrieves more than two feet of line. ,
Ohio U 67 Miami ((0.) 57 If this rl'ells as good as the lures that are put out v tibIN
, Wittenberg 55 O. Wesleyan 53 t' ,
Baldwin Wallace 77 Mt U. 69 by the L&S Bait Company, Inc., we can vouch for it ;t -
Findlay 78 Heidelberg 72 being one of the best on the market. "

Ashland 83 Defiance 67 Getting back to the fishing picture have +
Ohio Northern 97 Rio Grande 74 we some A I, fIn fi
' W. Illinois 87 St. Ambrose 68 very good reports from this past week and they are
Kalamazoo 91 Hope 84Alima as follows i
96 Adrian 71
a BASSRobert Wadley, one
which weighed In at BASSHerschel Mesrs, six
i Remember eight
. c pounds, MirrOLure; Father up to two pounds, eight 'b
Pomeroy Hartman, 10 up to ounces, Jim's Red Monster, i 4
I. three pounds, Miss-O-Lure; SPECKLED PERCH Le ] ; '
, Mr. Sharp 17 throughout the
Sheridan, 15; E. L. Walker
week that weighed up to six
pounds, eight ounces, he 26; Leonard Cooper, 0, Roger
caught these while trolling and Velma Lameraux, 20; the picture above Vince Cacaro Florida representative for
with MirrOLure
a ; M. G. Dick Waters, 25.
Lehman, three to nine .
pounds four ounces up, shiner. JENNINGS' FISHING e CAMP Chemco Photoproducts Company, Inc. is shown installing the Chemco -
35 Moore; Dean, 35;Pettit James, 14 Fitzgerald up to two BASS Some are being roll film camera for use with the new offset operation. News-
caught on artificial worms
! pounds four ounces; Tom
.. Gilbert 15; Mr. and Mrs. trolling while casting with and Mirr-o some- while urel. Chief staff members Ed Varnadore, left, and Jack Cahill, pressroom
Chandler, 70; Lamar Warren,
Dale Rogers, 10
to three
:. C. H. KENNEDYDon't 35; Mr. and Mrs Walter Randall pounds; Robert tuff up 12 up superintendent center look This is of
70; Rev James W. ROle, to two pounds, eight: ounces. on. camera capable enlarg-
Make 25; Jack and Betty Waters, S3. SPECKLED
f. A Deal Until RAINBOW* BOAT. BASIN 20 and; Mr Mrs. and Doyle Mrs Thompson Clifford- Mr., ing to twice original size or reducing to one seventh original size.

: You've SeenA LAKE ELOISE Counter, 26; L. E. Paschall
BASS Tony Caudill. seven and son, Beach, 23; J. W Matt- Roll film cameras are the fastest, most productive cameras available
.Chevrolet up to five pounds, Mirr-O- hews and Gary Croxton, 46;
i Lure; Wint Johnson four up Bob Snowden and son, 40; and for use with offset printing. The News-Chief has one it will
: Center Salesman to two pounds, eight ounces, Mrs. Charitan, 60; Julian
1 Mirr-0-Gire. Brown, 30; Ivy and Curtis
K.nn.dy h a Mtlvt of f N.rtKC. SPECKLED PERCH Joe Smith 40; J. C. Parrlsh and mean a better newspaper for
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limit OM m CUS1OMU r
C.*M eWtIt>J.""..ry II Strawberry DeliciousPreserves No. >h
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BLUE BAY Cokes '
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50 willi EXTRA"'10_TOP.N VALUE...._STAMPS__.. Chunk Tuna 2O oz. OLD FASHION MILD
Colgate King Size Sue 39c
.......Tooth Paste. .69. ,. Cheddar Cheese
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LIBBY'S Fruit liBBY'SGqrderiSweef LIBBY'S Cream Style or Whole Kernel JJ11I11T1F

Cocktoil Pens Corn

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Creamy I Smooth FARMHOUSE Frozen SEABREEZE Grade 'A' Florida

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Peas 5 for $1 YLoin' RoastTASTE 7 Loin Roast NH Ib. 4 9 CASTOR
ASTOR From Fresh P.rkButt
French Fries 4-100- Roast; Ib.Ib.. 39
FroiM Fordhook M V < Whole fj Fresh Pork
Baby Limas 5 'for $ La Rib Half or 41 Neck Bones 19'
MORTON Frozen Mwt I Ib Fresh
Spaghetti 5 for $ 00 /lrJ Pork Tails 1II.IOe
MORTON Freiw 0..*..& Fresh
Macaroni 5''for $ Fancy GeorgiaW Pork Feet I ft. 1ge
Pies 5 'for $1 Swee !nJQrf ''fJ1lClI1 tft4 '
ASTOR From M potatoes VAN HOITEN'S
Grape Juice $ 00 Sauerkraut .2P: 39c
RATH'S Bbdlwwk Rooolar l
39c I
Fish 0'SEA Sticks 35lSUN 3 Lbs. PALM Sliced RIVER. Regular Bacon IL.55e

SIP FraiH Sliced Bacon lb. 49c
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FIIICY AI Pllrptse Bag Sausage. 1&. 49C
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New EquipmentFirm Deanery Rites Arbor Day Dance Boone BandConcerts

Slated By Youth

OpensThe Slated HereThe At Lake Alfred Set t

Lake Alfred Lions You !I
0. Buford Long Equipment veniMnr,' e* '' M'wyfa annual Center will be the scene of an
i Company, 2931 Havendale Blvd., Lakeland Deanery ORLANDO Boone MjU
Arbor Day dine from
Acolyte Festival will beheld 7:30: to I
dealers in Massey Furgeson School band will open a Ifctweek
I I Sunday at 4 p.m. at St. 11 pm., Saturday, according'
equipment and I complete line .i series of concert by Or
j *
I Paul't
Episcopal Church, Winter to director Connel Rodgeri.Music .
of Allied products, held 1U Undo school bands this Sun
3 -V- Haven, the Fev. Cyril N. will be furnished
grand opining yesterday, by day (Jan. It) at Lake Eola
Sturrup. rector of the the
I church, Impalas Band of Tampa, Park.
Lawrence Green
I According to I
announced today, and drew will be stml-formal.
manager, the new establishment The service The Sunday afternoon eon-
I will consist: of Admission It $1 per person.
It a branch outlet of the Solemn Evensong, with the Rodgers said Junior and Sen. certs: are sponsored by the
I original Buford Long Equip preacher being the Rev. San- for High School student from Greater Chamber of Commerce
ment Company In Wauchula. ford C LIndsey, vicar of St. Haines City Winter Haven a* part of Its Winter Visitor
Green said In addition to Maiaey Paul's Episcopal Church, Plant and Auburndale are also invit- Activities program.
Furgeson tractors and 'dvb+n 7 1 City ed. Orlando junior and senior
--- grove farm, ranch, and light The acoytej and clergy of the Chairman of decorations li high school bands will give
T. FRANKLIN BROWN industrial machinery and equip. 14 Lake Deanery Episcopal Jackie Henderson and Ruth concerts: each Sunday at 2:30:
ment, the new will Churches will p.m. at Lake Eola Park from
company participate in the Mincey is chairman of the '
U' Jan. 19 through April 12.
also distribute Myers sprayers service which will feature clean up committee.:
Brown JoinsVineyard New Holland hay tools, Hosier RECENTLY OPENED-The Buford long Equipment Co., 2931 H.venJ.le l BlvJM has much church: pagentry, including Rodgers pointed out this (lahe --- -
products, Smitty hoeing and recently opened for ules, with a line of flags banner, erase, and first time in two years the of the city: are showing Increasing
complete Maitey Ferguson products Lewrenc
banking machine, Hedge-Hog the taper : group has hired a band for I Interest in the Teen
Green is the of etUblishmenr.Chancel .
Firm Mower., ai well as other Allied manager new Everyone li invited to attend. their dances. The young people Club, be reported.

products.The j
firm will also offer a -
complete parts and service department
T. Franklin Brown 2044 Green added
Leisure Drive has Joined Vineyard

and Co. ai a certified

public accountant today. the firm announced Civil Service u 6 to OPENING WORSHIPand

;VBrt>wn, formerly with Has.Yin. -

and Sells, public accountants I Exams SlatedThe

of Jacksonville, is I oatlve -

of Starke. Fla.. and re- United State Civil Service
Eently moved to Winter Haven Commission has announced ,
with bis wife, Dorothy. a new examination for
A graduate of the University Patent Aid for employmentwith
the Patent Office In Washington
J of Florida where he majoredIn D.C., at a starting salary ]
accounting, Brown Is a of $3,820 a year. The ca- otVLf1
member of various public ac- reer opportunities offered by
Jountant organizations including this examination should be of CONSECRATION SERVICESSt.

the Florida Institute of seniors special interest or graduates to high or school others y

Certified Public Accountants with training in science and
lad the American Institute of mathematics. A written test li
Certified Public Accountant. required. There li an additional
of specific high
make requirement
Brown said he hopes to
school science or mathematics
Winter Haven his permanent courses or one year of appropriate
residence. experience. Detailed information
it given In Announcement John's MethodistA Church
Miami Woman No. S21-B. Applications
must be filed by April 30, 1964. .
Shot To DeathMIAMI The announcement and appli-
cation forms may be obtained
from many po I t offices
(UPI A 25-year-old throughout the country: or from FRIENDLY FAMILY CHURCH .(Our Nurseries Will Be Open All Hours
South Dade County woman was
the U.S. Civil Service Commission
shot to death Wednesday night Washington, D.C. 20413.
utslde a Miami night club:
Police said the victim, Hazel DOUBLE SHAKEL'PSKING'S
Warren of Perrin. south of LYNN England
here, left the club with a former (UPI)-Policemen John Thompson Sunday January 19th Cypress Gardens Road
boy friend who bad asked her and David Smitbdale were
to talk with him. Injured Wednesday when their
Moments later, patrons heard patrol car hit a truck.
several gunshots and ran out. They got another shaking a
side to find her fatally wounded. few minutes later when their
Police were searching for the ambulance hit a bus en routeto

boy_ friend. a hospital _. .
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Sunday Schad.4s: A.M.
Divine Worship .... .. 8:30: A.M. '
Divine Warship ..... 11:00: A.M.
OP FLOIID/ Sunday School ... ... (::43 A.M.

COMPASS WISE tOW LOW MYMENIS II fi Methodist YouthFellowship
Divine Worship ... 11:00 A.M.
CASs 21 CASN ICASH I2 ...... .5:90: P.M.
0,,art MIA vie Sit MIM vw ON aol Consecration Service ? 4:00: P.M.
360000 $020 SI00i0 52100 3190,55 s15 Music Program for All Age
$3,200 $15 s2So44 s11m sIm3r s10CanwnkM Adventure. In Missions 5:30: P.M.
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Nations Of The World :I Welcome Group Extends Hours come Jarrard were Stations said served In about the by 5,000 the previous Wel-persons -ANCHORAGE A ALASKAN recently AMERICANS released, Alaska census(UPI) For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139

I publication, "State of Birth,"
TALLAHASSEE Florida's because of the heavy influx of two weeks He laid the hours
Is like a thumb sticking out of reports that only 18 per cent of
the eastern part of the Asia I Welcome Station have temporarily winter tourist traffic, Develop will be extended until ( p.m. if the 160,S33 white persona living
SAMIELKIM extended their operational, ment Commission Chairman I the heavy influx continues Into in Alaska who were born in the
Vnltcd Press International continent, dividing the Yellow hour from I .m. to S:30 p.m. rector Wendell Jarrard announced j February United State were born in Bagwell Building Supply "'R:a g'Mather's
Sea from the Sea of Japan. 1 It I I Alaska.
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Kocans .
borders on Manchuria and Sberla -
like to call their country
to the north. Across the
The Land of the Morning I narrow, 120.milewide Kore
Calm." Korea Is Indisputably Strait lies Japan.
lovely, except perhaps to a Despite its relatively small January Clearance
freezing G.I., with its templet area, 85,226 square miles or I
hills But it la seldom peaceful. about the size of Kansas or
Throughout ill claimed bll- Great Britain Korea has long
tory of 4,296 years, the penln been regarded as strategically
ula has experienced invasion, desirable. Tugs of war over Korea
foreisn occupation, civil war led to the SkoJapanes
and revolt in every conceivable War of 1894-95 and the Russo-
pattern For centuries the Japanese War of 19041905
Chinese and Japanese used No trade or travel is perm -
Korea as a battlefield. ted between North and South Ko-
Today, Korea is tragically dl-
vided into halves The Communist rea.Economically, the. division i
.ruled north la officially! gave North Korea 70 per rent
Called the People's Democratic of the undivided country's heavy -
Republic of Korea, the capital industry, 90 per cent of the
Is Pyongyang. The American. electric power, and the greater OPEN : r
supported south )is the Republic part of the minerals I \ + e
of Korea. In the mountains that cover Mz '
The capital (si before the division four.fifths of Korea are found 'TIL ce
of the country) is Seoul. coal (mostly anthracite), Iron
This is the soil on which the ore, tungsten, amorphous graphite -
first United Nations force ever gold silver bismuth copper ,
created fought an aggressor after lead kaolin, talc fluorite.
the North Korean army In. There are no known resource +
varied South Korea on June 25, of oil. 9PMFriday b
1950, Agriculture is a principal
Korea Is still technically I means of livelihood and rice I* I
state of war. No full peace set the main crop. Korean farmer i _
tiement has ever been reached, also raise such summer grain '
although an armistice w a a as barley millet, soybeans and
signed 10 years ago, on July 27, wheat, and potatotes, tobacco
1953. Skirmishes take place and cotton. Their sidelines in-
from time to time along the elude silkworms and livestock
1 truce line, which meanders 155 Agricultural production. accounts A?;: Stylemaker Open Stock Bedroom Furnishings
miles across the wasp waist of for about one third of
the peninsula and is 2H mile. South Korea's gross nations
wide. product, which totaled $1.9 billion Night ODD CHESTS
Three Americans, two South in 1962 Per capita income 9. DRAWER Large 4-Drawer FULL SIZE
Koreans and four North Koreans II estimated at $73 Triple Dresser CORNER
were killed in 1963 in truce'zone Three.fifths of the population Panel or BookcaseBED
"incidents," any of which could lives off the land. Farm plots WITH
have been the signal for are small, tools and methods -n-; OFF CHEST DESK
resumption of all-out war. are primitive and poverty Is 1 Large Mirror
The nervous truce compels chronic. Modernized farming is
both South and North Korea to icing pushed however, in North I.,. $177.00 Reg. $79.00 $59.00
continue to maintain large military Korea, perhaps the only Communist ANY Handsome modern Reg.
establishments The Republic country on earth where
of Korea bit about (00, Industry a agriculture both end elegant traditional
000 men under arms, 500,000 of Ire in good Shape. 2 S87 $38 $9 ft $24
whom constitute the fourth The United Mate has poured ) aryls for I NOW NOW NOW NOW
largest standing army in the $2.S billion in economic aid into Evening decor
world (after the Soviet Union, South Korea since 1954. The for. very
Communist China and the Unit- mer United Nations Korean Reconstruction .* ----,
wwreerBurn :
ed States). ROK forces are Agency (UNKRA) by and Stain Proof Tops !l l
backed up by 50,000 American pent over $140 million North
servicemen Korea received 1.30 billion rUe
The Communist north has ''blel (approximately $143 billion 4 Pel Gray Mahogany
400,000 men in uniform, and be- ) In aid grants from Russia Appointment K
hind them stands Communist and an additional 900 million rubles -
China and it* 2,500,000 man (approximately $900 million .. Bedroom .
army from other Communist $
The maintenance of such huge countries Phone Suite 87
garrisons Inevitably places But the country Is far from
heavy 'burdens on Korea'a elf-sufficient Aid money make
economy and retards its progress up most of the deficit, the an. A REAL GOOD VALUE -
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other 1
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Roden ReturnsJ137,015ToPolk! Highlander Restaurant Wins First Golden Orange Award I ICECOLD get CHICAGO too cold (for UPI its) -own let goodr caS:

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report Cardox Division of
ST. PETERSBURG The was made by Commission General using this them on television colorful orange slices for decoration ; Chemetron Corporation. ThB
Highlander Restaurant of Lake Manager Homer E. Hooks "Mr Hunt Inform us that *. company' liquid carbon dioxIde *
$ Wales wan named winnerof The Golden Orange! trophy 1* one of the favorite party dishes "Lime also are used a* a truck-refrigeration system
Garnish in many dishea not ,
the Florida Citrus Com- to be awarded each year to II 1 one.half grapefruit with specified In the menu and protected by maintaining a load of prehistoricice a precise

Tax Assessor James L. Rodeo mission'. first Golden Orange a Florida restaurant or cafeteria shrimp arranged around the fresh lime juice goes into lime 30 degrees F. during recent
today filed hi* annual re Award during ceremonies at the that, in the opinion of shell and cocktail sauce in plea while frozen concentrated shipment from Chicago to the
port for the calendar ;year coding annual banquet of the Florida an independent panel of Judge the center," Hook declared orange juice I I. used in the new Hanover, N.H. headquarters
r Restaurant Association at Port- doe He said that the Highlander orange ," Hooks acid "Pre
an outstanding job of promoting plea of the U.S. Army Cold R<:
Dec. 31, 1963, with the State .
0 Call. Florida citrus. developed an orange sherbet served kumquats are another glom Research and Engineering -
Comptroller and County Commission The award to Mrs Dorothy hooks pointed out that menu with fresh fruit flavor in 1949 garnish used by the restau Laboratory (CRREL).
allowing a net returnof W Hunt, Highlander owner, submitted by Mr. Hunt indicated and a few years later introduced rant and In the American Smorgasbord The Ice gathered from the
excess office earnings to the that she actively pro- a lime milk sherbet. which is a popular feature Antarctic, Alaska Canada and
county In the amount of $1J7- to the School Board. moted 14 Items using citrus or This was followed recently bya there." Greenland, will be studied ai
015.29. The largest item of expenses citrus products In addition, she grapefruit sherbet, all of The Golden Orange trophy I.a la part of U.S. polar research
er t Wit for deputies' salaries of served broiled grapefruit upon which are made at the restaurant glittering ceramic reproduction Had temperature dropped too
Roden'i check accompaniedthe $16387951 Total receipt for request generally for party or he explained of an orange atop a mahogany low during the journey, Cardox
report to the County Commission the year were $341,799.73 and other private functions Another The Highlander feature fresh base which bears the says, the extreme cold might
and County School I total expenses, $$193,784, plus item 'Grapefruit Instead;' appeared orange and grapefruit section I name of the Highlander Restaurant have cracked the lea and destroyed -
Board, $125.545.23 to the County the assessors compensation of on the menu during period and frozen concentrated orange t as first winner of the much of its scientific
Commission and $11,47004 L I $11,000. when the Commission was I juice most of the year, using prize. value.
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MARJORY-University of Maryland
has entered Mm Marjory Krause of Montgomery County, hlhet
I Md., in the Mil Cheerleader USA contest being sponsored -
. by the Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce and
Cypress Gardens.Respected.

I. Man Reveals Past GOODYEAR '. :.l 1i.

Returned To Illinois Jail LAST CHANCE A FEW LEFT

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) day, George C. Hutchinson with '
"Every time I saw my children his wife and their children ; TREAD DESIGNS

go to school, I'd think walked into the aheriff office
that' not my name.' in St Charles and cleared his op to
"I wanted to go to church butI conscience.He 3 DAYS ONLY Ar'
couldn't because every timeI said he "wanted to
signed: :my name I was livinga straighten it out" O Once in ALifetime
lie" Hutchinson had worked for 10
And so last week, Clyde G. year at the Purex Co., here 3001 Here's your opportunity to pick up a
Swanson, 50, a respected war where he made $3.03 per hour big tire bargain! We're cleaning out all
veteran in suburban St. Charles and worked the 413 p.m. awing
called his wife and their seven Shift types and sizes of auto tires, including BARGAIN

children together for a family Illinois authorities arrived In These tires are like new, both winter and regular treads. Most of
conference. St. Charles Tuesday night and
He told them his real name made plans to return him to save) these buys are Goodyears with Tufsyn. PRICES

wa Geoge C. Hutchinson. He the state for a hearing which Selection in some sizes is limited so get
told them that back in Novem- they said must be held within ,
ben, 1937, he had escaped from 90 dayi. They declined to predict -- here early!
.n Illinois prison farm. He was what disposition might be
erring a one year to life sentence made of his case.
for armed robbery.In Sheriff L a *t a r Plackmeyer
the year since, he served said Hutchinson was calm except
four year In the Army in the for a few times when be
South Pacific and was awardedthe broke down while telling his NO MONEY
Purple Heart and an honor story. The sheriff said Hutchinson A-l
bla discharge at the end of told him that hit father, if
World War II. he ia still alive, would be the
He had started a new life In only person to have known about
suburban St Louis county him and his past. Hutchinson DOWN!
The family decided together said ha has lost track of his
be should give hhmetf ap. Tues. father and his :mother 1* dead

, Municipal Court DocketMary I Retreads tir.bodiee on sound SPECIALDisconfinued

Rachael Barham, disorderly JuanIta Gaines, petit larceny, EASY PAY TERMS

conduct, drunk, transferred forfeit $25 bond.
to county Dallas Alton Grantham, vagrancy 6 9
Recap.Tread As Low As $1.25 Weekly $
Bruce Lean Cooey, auto theft, transferred to county 9
transferred to county. Isaac Hamilton Jr., disorderly
DesignsMany '
Ezel Davenport, drunk, 10 I conduct drunk, 10 day ; ; FOR A FULL SET! t;,:.
day suspended suspended. ......

Woody Ellis Jr., drunk, forfeit Boyd Hendrlck drunk, petit Popular ,
$25 bond. larceny, transferred to county. $595 Famous NylonAllWeather
Jame. Calvin I Fllckinger! Virgil Hughes, drunk $25 or Sizes MOUNTING' "42"

vagrancy, investigation, transferred 10 day*. NOW with Tufsyn rubber.
*'h!( walls Just$% More
to county. Otis Kenneth Hunter, Tag Pius Tee ens (
rancy, 10 day' luspended. MsgPebl. Tire
Cashmere Kurzeck, drunk e FREE !
mI I@lI@lJrnJnmlrnlm1EVERY !! transferred to county. v

ONE luspended.Eddie Maddox, drunk, 10 day .

WHO WOULD James B. Modglln, drunk
forfeited $25 bond.

LEARNTO Rufe Pearson, drunk, 10 day Every new tire on sale
Lloyd James Price, vagrancy, carries
10 day luspended. new
Gary Allen Sheldon 94aaeiar. ,>
needs auto
theft, transferred to county.

I'' this day Raymond luspended.Staple, drunk, 10 HIGH TREAD NATIONWIDENO a TUBELESSBARGAINS

0 book Leander Tugerson, non-sup.
port, transferred to county. USED LIMITGUARANTEE FOR LATE-MODEL

Terry Neil William, auto CAR OWNERS

. theft, transferred to county
Every right thinker know that TIRES

God is, and wants, ao much t* 'MOVIES' IN SPACE. $1169
approach Him intelligently "
NEW YORK (UPI Fluor. Many Miles LeftMany r+s,a
through prayer-to commune : g'
with Him and to listen for His oscoplc movie and "Instant" I Major Brands No fine print Complete, simple to understand Guarantee
guidance srayt will help assure proper no limit on months, no limit on milea, no Jimit aa to roads, no M N M
operation of the Gemini limit u to speed, for the entire life of the tread. Just $2 More forWhitewalla
In the got of Science
when It Carrie two men
and Health with Kay to the
r' TEED against defect In and
workmanship materials and
aloft for long-duration and 3 Coed 3 Tend
Scripture by Mary Baker Eddy rendezvous normal road hazards, except repairable puncture year. economy -
there ia an inspiring and practical mission In space.A Nylon tire,
If Goodyear tire falls under this of
tl a guarantee, any more "
explanation the AH-Weather 42
prayer system
developed by Pick. II' than 80,000 Goodyear dealer In the United State and Canada
A great _her of people, er X Rsy Corporation for McDonnell will make allowance on a new tire baaed on original tread
through the itudy of this chapter Aircraft Corporation, depth rem.inln'lnd current"Goodyear Price".
have found sweded health.lannoneuppyandwellbtinlo, Gemini prime contractor, enables -
/ engineer to "*e* Inside"

Edema and Health may IM key component of the Gemini
awed o*examined,together with while they In !
are operational
Science the Bible Reading, at aay ROOT.Chrutlaa Or Aeasy screen testing, Sitting the engineer before can a viewing study all. -IJFIXED. N ow. I Instant t t Credit I at t Goodyear

be pucfaaoed at$X an "in motion" x-ray Image of $
DOES YOUR itllftJ 119

BEADING ROOM I tiny leaf spring and magniwi! ".... .... I- ren-ond Fr.nFrkalk.-i.pa' a 9.1.tletd.ddJ, CrMM iwti c! el.4
Corner Second St. I hidden inside sealed relay klei".4.1IOIe4. ..,....... .....t"M ARE BEING MOUNTED
& Ave. B. NW. switches, watch them as they
HOURS IM Daily Except click alternately into "on" and"off"
position and make sure ----- -- i-- --
Sunday ft Holidays they will properly perform STORE HOURS -- -

t their assigned function. OpenB:30J1.M. ( /* EAR SERVICE STORE

DIAL For TJME and' To 5:30 P.M. Daily

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POODLES AKO regIstered mini. 11 nntta t eld. USED: XJUnUOBRATOM: .
Smartly StyledH.ndbags Maintenance Supervisor tunes a Week < '11 iiuvpy and I The RushIs 170.000 116.000 down.'h't Location Rant Waanar. Dnrara
year old malo. 319:5397. 12-1 CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST to Winter m... CY -STMF I rreMr TV BU ltro
Air Conditioner fceooad*
Pre r. r tome maintenance I tloned fully guaranteed Term
supervisory experience with It To Buy or Trade On To DRIVB-W restaurant for rnt From IMts Up. JOHNSON
(7)[ )
Rrferenc .
for industrial maintenance required Good location APPLIANCE UK Alfred .
least 1 yean 0 LOCAL SERVICE MUI Are. 0. NW. CT 4-B28. 1011FOR roon 172-1139 MItes I71-U90
experience. Age 29-45 11TVONLY
SpringS with high school education or WE BUT ..ed appliance and furniture LEASE American OH BarJtae -
and w. soIl weed appllano Chevrolet Center Station BOW open doing food I lectrt8 blanket. left Two
better. Must furnish copy of I .5 and furniture. Brook Appliances SAVE ,. ... For full detail contact year ruarantea IUU **ch. See
birth certificate and be able to A Furniture. 2951 Harendale Bird MONEY SAVE TIME Mr WUllama.. MU HUe Lak.lah ELLSWORTH: MO trd It, NW

$4.98 to $25.00 pan rigid physical examina 1-TF For lt-11

tion. Contact Industrial Relations WANTED: nd band Ire box la CALL TODAY FOR Good LEASE Drive la Reataurant. WHILE THEY LAST 710x14 Narrow

at Dept, Armor Agriculture food condition. Call 1834044.) .!* equipped location For more rood profit Informationcall fully whit gllrertoiro tube I...

Chemical Co.. Barlow Florida. _.._ iU-Ml Hatae. City ''-" mounds only IX.00 and a few.
Used Car Deals r: ------ i&Oxll narrow wnlt at 115 ... Elchanc
WANTED TO BUT Small 1 roomkeroeen ..IOritlls.I.: at CYPRESS
16-19 heater sued CY I-6UO TIRE CO. : NW. U-17
1962 CHEVROLET CARPET: clean aalr with the
HARRIED MAN flood aducatloB Blicayi* Blue Lu.tr Shampooer only II.ot
t SHOP deliver Full"J.Bru A<5rtlri.v .. WANTED pool table.: A Phone rood quality CY M7 r or. r 4 Dr., I CyL, Auto. Trani., I per day with purchase. of Blue Lua-
I Thuredar a> Frtda M P M. 1..11 Real Sharp Only .. $1795 SCREEN: ENCLOSURE AWNINGS TV BALES a> IERVICK GOODYEARFinal Ire. Joha Boland Hardware ia.it
"I hour Saturday 118-135: weeklyrnon ALUMINUM DISCOUNT NORTH GATE SHOPPING
KO Cypreii Garden Roid CY 1-7306 $.. 1'.11. OnljM 961 RAMBLER SALES CO. INC.: CY 1-66" MI CENTER USED chain saw and used Wright
) AL. tilt P.M. | AMERICAN eta St., SW U-Jaa. U Phone J88-S501 Clearance blade ""' long handled alectrtepmnnlni ,
Open ((8)| ) Automotiv. CUSTOM FASTEST
Waltrw. float and Convertible : TV SERVICE IN SOUTH aaw 110 volt electric
COCKTAIL Auto. Trani. 121UPHOLSTERING table) eneratnr, fruit picking rat
dtahwaaher.Arolr .
dependable -
la pe..oa LaMond *..'. ... Power Steering, QUALITY CLEAN CARS Tire Sale! der*. CY 4-8M8.: 14-80:
... Garden :Rd. 15-TV
ant. CJp. Heal Nice . .
: .- $1095 WEEDLESS top anll. 110 00 Peat
WAITRESS Lak. Alfred Hurt fl- : ST AaLlYlTltivfSIO'f'SElJICI' muck I yard. Ill 00. Tree pulllne .
.be aeat and attract! *. Call 1+FR-30: 1961 CHEVROLET Impala nancmr RAM AUTO SALES 561 Last chance to get your tires ;. clearing ,1r&
0.. Week HIT for appointment. 4 Dr. HT Auto. Tram., 3rd St. IW. 284-MTt .".b. I at reduced pniceaddlnstant anytime. 10-M
... O.Y" Nite 'iV S..T ....
Power Steering, R&H. TRY Dladax Tablet, formerly >
0117. Bom knowldf of power trans&sr Io4-p-- Color. Red It White VACUUM CLEANERPARTS 151 2nd St. $.W. CYUtf.. Credit"Low A-DIrt New name aam formula.

jsiwsriK? Ai374W. Nice . . Only Sic Anderson Drue JUI
Cold Wave tt-lT Only $1795 p./t/ "A.M.,' ').4;
weekly and monthly terms
,isuto meehanle, Salary "lu.commllll. 1961 CHEVROLET Blicayne SERVICE for Kilty. your pick 11000 each. Jnhnnon.
$8.95FOR ... CY "141. 11-11 2 Dr. ( Cyl. Auto. Trana., :.r.6 Electrolux: and all othir I:30 I.m. to 1.30: p.m. Daily ApplIance Lake Alfred. 17),1131..Tr

Good car. Only .. $1395 Fr* pickup delivery and esti Friday S.30: a.m. to 7.00: pm.
(2-B) Loans $1,000 Up CLEANER SERVICE. Phone SEEGOODYEA9 SINGER Automatic Zl-2ar Llk
Bob Sims 1960 CHEVROLET 4 DR. Sta. CY 30383. Ml new buttonhole. monoirama,
Wagon 8 Cyl., Std. Shift FINE tlPHOLSTERTNO: :EXPERT fancy d .lrn. etc All without at-

Connlry Club Beinty BaUm NEED CASH ? Good buy. Only .... $1395 DAY NURSERYHAPPY fabric REFINISHIMO acloctlon WOLTS Complete VfHOLSTERY -; ; monthly.tarhment.Phon.Balance"'-1281.1ITl or ,MOO.-::12

SHOP 314 Arenu A,
1615 Dundee Rd. CY 3.16.35 159 PONTIAC 4 Dr., Air
lit Mortgage SB. CY 1-3710 Day-Went LIGHT oak Silvertone S apeak-
Conditioned Nice De 33-Jan. M SERVICE STORE .FM
2nd MortgagesAlso TIME NURSERY! : er HI-FI with Granco AM
Agreement of pals Jerry Pickard'sSpecial C.r. Only .......... $1195 430 AT*. C SECT m Ave. A, NW CY J-219S tuner. CaU HA 2-3250. 11-TF

: ought sold or arranged S-S3OT Painting Papering
S Dr. OUR MOTTO 15-19 BRAND NEW cu.torn Co..lr car

L WRITER. BRIGHTER FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. Nice Car, Only ..... $695 Tender Love .* CartJMT RepairingL radio. 315.00.. Call CT .I.L 16-1T

519 Central Ave. CY S-5151 1962 CORVAIR WAGON DR. 1959 BUCK 4 Dr. Hardtop Coffee tabl. stereo record playeror endorsement sIgnature .

SPARKLING GLASSWARE Gray with red Interior, radio Auto. Tram., Air Cond., JACK JILL NURSERY J. McCOY Quality wortmaiuhlp. Dt stereo portable only other purpoeei alas' datlnf
clean tin 60 55.00 down, easy weekly or mat pocketatamp.
SILVER Cool White, Only ... $1095 Month I Years fast and Mason- clAmps
b a 11 r, automatic monthly payment SM at Cypress ..
Wanted thru able. Phone CY 3-1580. Ill 4th STAR PREM Stone CT
S. SOFT LUSTROUS FAIR ((3)) Situation transmission. Low mile 1959 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. Monday 131 A".. C Saturday. II. It..." Jaa-Phyl Villa.17TF Tin Co. :3010 ilk St. NW. 16-17 t-aaat. lit AT*. A. NW. TI

4. CLEANER SMOOTHER age. Waa $1.795 Sta. Wgn., I Cyl., CY 1-1IU I ROOMS of floe furniture. Tabs

SON COMPANION Housekeeper wtohl Auto. Trana., Only .. $1095 I-TF SWIMMING POOLS CASH ever payment of 15 II per week.
Practical nuraaralnlnf .
poaltlea NOW $1,695 includIng relriierator rang. -
CALLottWster tpaclal diet tie. Phone LIke new Warehoua Furniture
MM01I. 14-30: 1959 CHEVROLET t Dr. Sedan Repairs Alterations FOR YOURGood !!al.. (3 Ith It.. NW. 15-lt
Good Transportation, CLEAR. PURE AI.. pool Mat-
PlnckneyOldsmoblle Clean .. ... .. era and automatic caemloal feed HOTPOINT 30 rat sOme lined atomatla .
n .OOf Lost & Found Only .. $895 era Phone anytime CYPRESS used furniture and appll- hot water heeler |Moo.
POOLS CY 1-7886. beeS ....
'" I95S MERCURY 4 DR. Florida Room. Aluminum Dl. CY 1-1630. I""
count Bales Co. lao. CY WSM.
$ Oktvlci LOST k.,. la vicinity of .-...1 Of- Used Car Lot Hardtop Auto. Trani. 231 5th St. SW 11-Jaa 13 Call Collect 683.JJ77 Lakeland
five toward. Ratura to New Clean. Only ........ $695 HEARING AIDS 1-11 (IO-A) Boats & Motors
Chief. "-TF Corner of 3rd St. at the
2932580U LOST Dark Saalpolnt Siamesefemale water tower. POLK HEARING CENTER: : DON'T BUT ANT RECAP: TM.
dark collar DR. Clean. Only ., $395 .
eat. Wearing 14 ft Thompson Itching boat, treJV
Coker Bid,. *6 3rd BU. NW BUY A CYPRESS RECAP. A recap -
from Posy Farm Gardea Supply Phone CT 3-7817 Phone 393-1692 you can depend on Producedricht .r (flberflua SACRIFICE Hit.(XX
3M Ith It.. BW. 334730.: 16-17 1955 STUDEBAKER 4 DR. WHEEL CHAIRS for rent AI. SALES SERVICE her In winter Harea. At CY 1-1821 before (:M p.... CT

ALCOHOLICS iqO1flLOU$ IS-- Clean ......... .... "95 Hospital., Comm.B.di....... Godfrey Crutches Rentali Walkre .-, REPAIRS BATTWUES4T1: Inquire low ai at 17.H Cypress..c..n. Tin,. plua Ca. Lake tax. MOW after loo: pm. ,..11

3M-144T House Tr.il.n CY S-341L 176 A... A. NW. It-TF BOAT SLIP Sani-aa leach
(..tint a Tueeday. I:IS P11.County ((5)) 1957 BUICK Dr. Sedan Alfred Road. 16-t Ti lIarlnL CT H71L 15.15

Health Dapartmeiil3rd KW Only .. ......0.. $695 11-- 'W7 i FLOOR Samplea. Sofia. chain, ta.bIos. .
Bt and A's. lampe. etc $1 00 .*
P.O. Bo MIS MOBILE: LIVING Ford Co. 1957 RAMBLER Sta. Wagon. 1'."" Warahoiu Furniture Palm. (II) Wanted To Rent

AT ITS BEST Hailey Auto. Trani., ((8)) Automotive ((8)) Automotive) 63 Ith 't.. NW. JJ-U

t JUStAFSWO? Why IMn I'k.Ijfn star wrkon Good Buy At ........ SSfS FOR SALE:: tutnmatlo washer .
a lovely that has Excellent condItIon 150. Bee at WANTED TO RENT! Garege,
oily lye. atwere fine drlnkln waer. Clearance On 1957 CHEVROLET STA. WGN.I 1MO CORVAIR Honaa Coupe -: 21186 38th Bt. NW. 16-17 clou-la. Mr. Smith WK ITo Boul.
ti Our On Premlns direct power company motor.for Like new Automatic traniml UiiIIA
minimum. electrical bill alonn Cyl., Auto. Tram. .Ion Mutt eacrlfica. Call C'r ROLLAWAY BEDS Baby Bed.Hlihchalr .

Services with all. the Theet fun thine type and recreationVlUtlea. morean Only .. ....-......- $685 t-OOCT after I.00 p.m. 14-1:I. Chain Saws _
Floor Pollihera. U DO IT (I ) For Rent Unf.
Stout Settlnr Xing Reihank- BIlBu.vrtlAllUfudIH fifteen Used Cars 1956 PLYMOUTH Sta. Wagon SPEEDOMETER service-and TechomstesCompleto new cable: RENTALS.: :3601 AT*. Q. NW. 35-TF ,

ed. Prongi rebuilt, solid goldasd of mlnutea the "II"from"' WlnteHaven of Lake Alfred. north BearRoute Clean, Only ... .. .. $491 L A J S.rvlc 1M Ith St.. 8U;
CT d-436a. 1-T 371T ATnu 3. NW t bedroom
diamond watch bandi repaired II ea Moaely Road. "300" Dr. a.
4- 1951 CHEVROLET 2 DR. furnuihed home Built-in ore Amnje
Rings ind diamond i VS. Auto. Tram ... $%.115 Overdrive. Only ... $545 "CONVERTTBUr : AT AUCTION 175 00. Beajley Realty Cn.
p ndanti built to order i-a IT Vented l-ba4room traveltraitor. IM1 Sunbeam Alpine Only I 134 Ilk Street. NW. CY t-3757. t-Tf
Ham Trail- esuoths old. Small cash equIty -
Lake 1963 BIRD. Loaded.
iou at 1955 MERCURY 2 DR. take 2417SW. ills St I BR. I bath horn with OB.
All work rhodium finished for Sr Court' 52 boIwsen AuburndaIsd ; Low -------$3,915 ltl0.nta. 7-T; Selling re-gardlesi of price my built-in
:: Alfr.d 13-17 Mileage Hardtop. Air Cond. C? rants A even also
the ultimate la beauty entire shop and home fur. breakfut bar. Large lot .A coed
.. . $495 swap residential
1962 FORD FAIRLANE Clean Only WILL take amalltr car for aqultance :, area Welkin dletancao
FOR SALE! 10' s IW Pathfinder. a 1955 Cadillac. air all powe,", niahlnga known as Milt'i 3610 Elbert Elementary School *
CITY JEWELERS kitchen bedroom. 4710 4 DR. .. ..... $1.395 1955 OLDSMOBILE Dr. Sd. ..! eeri.u coup.. Clean.: Small. bai I. 1110 Phone McElroy: Builder.' .
Front Highway Lakeland.norlda. and Call V3-l4S Havendale Blvd. Sunday Jan. 195425d Il-Tr
art .&. N.W 16-Feb. 14INS 1961 FALCON 2 DR. Good Transportation. Lake Alfred Hotel 16-1 t
Z2.U with Sedan .. .. .. ..... $1.095 Only .. ... . . $395 Sale starts 1.00 p.m. FOR BUY RENT- I-II.droom.WITH OPTION 1.b.th h..TO...
Mobile horns
r prompt. Consisting
a antique with O.E:. -__. ,. .
WOULD Ilk. to hear from anyone lot deep condition well heir septIc Barlow tank Excellent Air 1961 T.BIRD. Loaded $2,695 Used Truck Buys Jack Prater's ((8-A) Business PropertyONE gum, radios, typewriter, glass month dowt payment.with" -JtcElROYUNFURNI3HED ? ?BlJlLti.axalnit ocr

belonilnf t. or tntare.ted In United Ba*.. $3,000. CY .-.... att.r I:M o ware, brick brac & many ERa :IK-43M. 'I-TJ'
Brathern la Chrtrt Church. Call p..... 14-20 1961 1963 CIIEVROI.ET H ton $1593 STORE LEFT
CT I-483L t"11 VS. Auto. Tram. $1,495 Special l 1.1 Now Lake Reclnn Hotel Bullet. things too numerous to men duplex electrl
1962 VW pickup Sharp Inff Fully air conditioned, beautlfully I' tlon. kitchen tile bath Florida room.

NEW It MOBILE USED TRAILERS HOMES: SEVERAL OLDER MODEL Only .. .. . . . $1395 1960 OLDSMOBILE S Dr. UT."U's. lighted.or Ideal.for...Ie.real builnai aitatInturanca .,. Call a-bedroom.CY 3-4323.. clean lit 7th Bt, 15-1T NB:.
CLASSIFIED Power steering
Trade for anythln of value CARS TO CHOOSE FROM rMulrtnf a 4 foot double doe'
TRAILER: SPACE: FOR RENT power brakes, blue with A rear entrance. Call CY S-B91 r Remember Sunday, I... 19th FOR RENT: : S-bedroom hnme ...r
CYPRESS GARDENS MOBILE: CHEVROLET 14-2 3 town and schools 590 00 per
PARK A TRAILER SALES Used Trucks white top. Matching blue monlh. 9314 AT*. r. NW. CY 4-U15'
1J tvJeqti J.Jr, ITATB MX MO Phone 293-4948. Interior. radio, beater C Sale Starts 1:00: P.M. Prompt after I:00 p m. 13-17

---- 16-11 1962 FALCON ( Business ...
CENTER (9)) OpportunityOpening S BEDROOM NOUnS Ooe n .
.._IIM!_..... Ranchero .. ........ $1,395 LOOK $1,595 DOOR PRIZESAuctioneer |15 month. Dan Winters. builder.CY .
FOR SALE I IttO 10 S M' trailer, 0 3-1433: Jerry Mardla CT
OMlltf" Watt eat) excellent condition Will tab.snail.r CORVAIR Rampilde 4-1J1I. 3T-TF
.. dowa 1961 Soon
trailer payment Anbnmdal Winter Haven
Jewtirf IUp V ...1011. !*.::10 Pick-Up . ..... $1.095'' PlnckneyOldsntoblle .ItEDRooM newly" redecorated
WO T-21S7 CY WlCJ NIl-hen \ I5
Commercial Center Cypress G* '" tYms1".l'b'
TRAILERS FOR SALE 10' 1961 FORD Plck-L'p ... U95 I dons Road (aeroea from nohopplnn : a montE 3S-TT
17-Jan. 17 Howard Tandeum slops 4. In center) Spare. for otflrei "WIMPY" SIMONECHT 2-BEDROOM. 3-baih Florida room.newly .
top condition 3700 00 cash Trailer 1959 FORD Wheel Drlv.Plck.t'p @) I @) Used Car Lot commercial etc. available for leai, decorated house tn a doallable -

Loans To $600 spar for rent. Rainbow" Trailer . . ... $1.M5 CONTACT 16-19 nelfhborhood 7500 per
((1-8)) Up Park. 11-11 Corner of 3rd St., SW at the month CY 4-58ft> after I:00 p m,

3-BEDROOM trailer with cabana 1959 FORD Ranchero .... $795 15-11 water tower. HAVE: HI to -
situated on 3 lot. Shallow well\ FREE: power air blower and
Home Owned and pump and yard 'Yd..t all 1C63 Ford MUST SEE 1f57 It..d..tor BuIck Phone CY 7847 let blower on Duo-Therm Heat- ((12)) For Rent Furn.
293-0054. it no answer I-door b.r<1fop. 1350.00 or beet ..1811641 ere. Modrli Iii and Til. L. M.
Open until 1 P )E. on Saturday 15-31 DemonstratcrsFactory offer. CY 4-3871.: 15-17 RALTY/ SCHNEIDER: i4aL METAL
aji am at.. aw CY
and 7 00 P.M. on Frldaya. Loan iw

on furniture, can. real, eelata. tit Warranty Beautiful CADILLAC car Sedan A-I _DoVille dillon.1ba6 % Co5 543R ao: VOLT fan forced .'"", r1c h.atan .
nature anytnlui ot ((5-A) Moving & Storage aD ti-ails. Can bo seen .1 330Avonus 694.32114' % ahT&1L 4000 yalta. 13.310 BTU. Th r- EXCLUSIVERENTALS
ClubVie Co BW. a17 mo.t.t control. Be* ELLSWORTH B
Domestic Loan 1963 FORD Galaxle 500" Give A Ueter Ath.rtoa, Moolt..u V 293-1120.: li I
SINCE $55COW. IMPERIAL MOmO A STORAGE '. Loaded Including i BALE: 1 M Holiday Old. M. Pow.er
A a San 15W. n Hut Prompt and efficient service for factory air cond. I'... S53 leather uphoiatery Excellent: GROVE OWNERS ATTENTION I.it .
-31 all your moving nseds. Call condition 0500 00 lOt W. Cummini. sIlos ualv.nlied Tub 1 I bedroom turn bom. extra
CT HIM for free aetlmatea. ONLY $2,895 .. Lake Alfred. M-ll CLASSIFIED DISPLAYDon't Me. Galvanlnd Tub il'4*. Ble*
L. M
Aa-enl. for Atlaa Van Line. lee SCHNEIDER SHEET 1 3 bedroom furs home, very d-
METAL 231 lcd 8L. W. CT 1-6:191.:
Wanted sinnIng aU M elates. It-it .Irobl.,
"500" 4 Dr. 13-11
1963 FORD Galaxle Dr. a bedroom furn. duplex ........ SUM.
Sd. Loaded including lac Sell DUO-THERM oil heater with tank a bedroom turn home. ME: ... 171
((6)) Special Services cond. No. 1149 and .land. To ... lot 34th St .
ARE YOU SATISFIEDwith tory air 1962 DODGE DART DR. Sedan Special Yourself Short! NW. 1iaTF'
1 I bedroom home ............. |100
ONLY $2,795 6 Cyl Std. Trani RM**.!... .,.... .* ANTIQUE Wlnl! Beck Chair. a I bedroom I bath home Fla

your present family income CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND I 3 Speed Fordomatic Proof tutliwu Plclu. frames Whaie oil I.m. room .. ..... ............... ..........._.? |M
ALTERATIONS Blind Witched 1961 DODGE POLARA 4 DR. and man ether CY
? Why not let your ability modern equipment 3010 Hickory 1963 FORD Gataxle XL 4 Dr. Repaired and guaranteed with Iiceprl***! Hlfh. laralaair.tt 44131. Attsr 6.00 p.m. .cf.T2 I I .bedroom Unf horn .......?._ pus

supplement the Income by do NW CY 3-7564. tin. Edna HT. Electric windows Jiseata. Sedan Auto. Trani, R&H. labor 71m Work 4 1 bedroom Unf ....... |75
lag contact work. Schoaaer 38-Jan 31 Loaded Including PS., PB, Factory AIr Far Added lattme I lbedrmmlulebathsEhame.:
PETS Chihuahua factory air cond. No. 1104 Cond., One Owner. M.ll.bl party er penene.m.l. CLEANING EI.EC.
Peklnteea SEE
Write P.O. Box $1395 or Monkey. Mynah Birds. Parmta $50 A UNIT 5, femeie, winttd for TRIG pOOE'RIlfllfTpo day
Paraknta, Cockatalla.: Guinea PIliTo''M ONLY $3,175 1961 DODGE DART DR. S.. tMe area te handle the with Dunham of Blue Luitre.
world ..rn.u. 5. C. A. and John Boland Hardware. 13-18 BEASLEY REALTY CO. '
A Auto. RtH.
Call i82-437! Lakeland ) p.teut: 1J..II- dan. Trant SylvanIa TaLI VISION and

15-17 PL.V. ::181 itS $a tu-.t SW Phr'se 1963 FORD Galaxle "500" 4 Dr. See Polk Counties Traaimlsatoi SAOtOra.ia sold ttireugh ................... 134 M,..Ik,, .W :
1111-1730. ll-IT HT. Loaded Including factory 1961 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 Special! ear latest .d.n typi subs J. CY M7S7 CT S-MTI .
Dr. Sd.. Auto. Trani PS to.tln. end ,serclviedlnleieels. 15.TIONE
VAN for lelllnf and collertlni la EVA sir cond. No. 991 .. Will see Inl." ." PRINTING LEXICON
Winter H..... Age II to 46 Co.. THOMPSON BOOKKEEPINO8LRVICK FB, R4H. One Owner. EAGLE LAKE ACROSS FROM wit"' pear posies t emptey.To Newly Decorated furnished
Income Tex Phon
tact Mr Pipkin Badcork Furniture CY 4-1140. Mil AT*. F NW ONLY $2,895 POST OFFICE "'.nt. apartment. 213 Artnu B. ...
To. Corjttr of bib 8t. KW and Av>. t-Feb t 1960 DODGE Station Wagon. I eeatIfy yec .Ult hsoel CY 1-1_ 17-TF

T. 1441: ROOFING poop REPAIRI. All 1963 FORD FaMine Custom Pan, Auto. Tram, RAE Phone CY 3-5763 1)41900 medi.tely.C.lh C.Available,. sure Im. \ NO. S: MAKEREADY FURNISHED!: Rental. ge.nntl

CURB GIRLS Apply In person bloda. CT "2M3. 10.14 Ranch Wagon. No. 791 PS. "..... weekly thauld net u* year round ATHERTOf*
BURGER KING 2401 Mvndale te swoon per mintS In year J Mechentcel iJiuirm.nti sod REALTY. .43 W. Central Ae CT
$104. 1).11 LIGHT bookkeeplni (a da 1958 CHRYSLER WINDSOR I 1..11 .apir time This simmer .1J&t.. 35-TI'
ONLY $2,395
: home irmll bnohi or mtntt:1: will eitend flnanelal low.' i m.c'ific.titiit netenery In afyee
---- SALESLADY .xptrtenred U) ladle etatrmente. Rraaonabl. Call CY Pan. W I Ion. Auto. 1M1 VOLKSWAGEN. Extra clean tame I. full time If deiiredDe Urn when It h pal en tOURIST LAKEFRONT FUR
Pleaee apply tn a-IlM after S 00 p m 1J-I' Trani, PS PB, R&H. and reasonable. 393-4144 16-17 net suitor .nl... fully NISHED APARTMENT. Utlllll.e
apparel penon uallfled far the time' and tKe "... I* .".,. that It Included Available' now
.. Weeklyratea.
Th. '....1..... 31* W. Central Ay.34h Factory Air Cond. .
Winter Haven Floor Surfacing Co. '11 CHEVRoLET:motor reworked, Inveitmtnt. Reajonabl 21.7.... JUS
Batl.factlon Guaranteed HAILEYFORD body and tlree food lint 17100 e 5 Ineama huh ImmedU. g
U A. JIOUT1 1957 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4 takes It. CT a-TS3: after '00 p m. toiBueinee. RENT ALl: Furnl.hed Unto
HI S Flrat St. Phone CT .-%ltt DR. Sedan, Auto. Trim., 14-11 05 I. isO lit for I nuihed 15000 and op. LAKE
14-11 FRONT LOTS. ".m ta I1J008.
R&H. PS.Floyd e Vve ...ura iMetlene. ATIONI HEAL:
lilt VOLKSWAGEN India Sunroof EITATE.: CT
5 bailIe Mll.ltmo *r ex.penence
Immediate poiltloa oDorrnLTemporary. MILDEW Olf ROOF* Dont wane 1 owner In excellent condition ,ssteooeear .1 HIH. 14-11
4 to I ...... Expenw.plua money. palntlnaIt only rubs CO. 11140.(W. FR 3-1W1. U-l r.r peraenal I Interview Inyeur
wore Remove mildew flrat Acor.a' I-BEDROOM koua furaiahid Slot
ealary.. Must bios *xpeiinctIn .,t,. write aleae Include .
and lIe 00. FREE: ESTIMATES It&7 OLDSMOBILE M 4-door hard AT*. L. NB. 1S-TF
elnfl. trenth Juice qualitywHTTK CY S0441. 1H7 Radio heater pnwer brake. phone number

e<>ntrGl-nlra"W2II Call 5-4:0 P.... Motors op.at>rrtn(. Price 137600. FinaCV 7ELIYISIOK FOR RDtT) DUPLEX APART.
TAX SERVICE likeAlfred.
1-6764! after I 00 p m 11-11 P. O. Sex 1)71Y MINTS. Furnlehed or Unfurnlahed. .
:: 11-1' : 1M.S.nk' of Lake Lake Shore AII..d.W..k Way. 104 East Central Ave. 293-4111 Tear "Dodge Dealer =- *.MKi..*wa II Onto Pnon CY 3-7_ 3T-TF
oppoat SPORT CAR IM3 TRJ Trtumnh =
221 ItS st., SW CY 1411lt19 f 111 .v.ssw 2t4.U2t
"..altr..M wanted ImmedltBa ... N.OII n m Sunday.ino 11776. Will (llnon. P.o 56 2800 lIst ROOM and apartment downtime
*", Burnn. mornlnrM4 pm to lOOp m rvnham 14- lit. NW (Airoort Suadi JIm l. Week er ...""t I\. Vary ale*. R *amabla. -
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.....*. Uvoa Hotel. i-ir Ward. It-Fta.' 14 .......... 5-TV CT 4-1461. 10TfP.g'


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607 40 EAUSt to. tO NM MADE 1


((12)) For Rent Furn. I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sal. 1. a ay

FLOOR apartment ClasJ
jjt sulet, walking dietance to tow Beautiful WOW-eel!

.. tell. Reasonabla, Adults MAvenue Tucker
B. MW. >>-1'1' I Builders B 1\
Garden GroveNEW I What A Buy
1101 Ave M NW. On.
duplex All electric GOLD MEDALLION
Open Daily Reduced
ESTATE.; CT S-llil. 1O; HOMES Drastically M.

I ROOM nous*, larare. 1100 (n i a Immediately available three Buckeye HUlillth Court NEE $2.000 Spacious 3 bedroom, 2
month US AT*. J. KVf Near bedroom or two bedroom mo .
Homes tile bath home In SE: section
OrbMot.l. & I Bedroom -- -- -
snopplnaCY S437S Apply deli See this lovely community -
HI Walking distance to stores I
Just a half mile east of Clpress Alto In Stately Oaks & P L 5NPN'T' eb4AMO mono i41 y0fnneNir7rAPJC.rRQCACIA'7Y.4
school Fla room, Ittr.ctlvekitchen HIM INTO tT N/ LYCK 0 AwO AIw geelrtKATW
NEWNEA T : Gardens on State Roe e C t s T Tall ICVA rvt.r 17* n505 1BP
with loU of cabinet. WOOUPNT M lSOfNaINTFReeTEDMCOINC Omew C/TMr
READ SO We'll GD eAc c TIM.
BACK vetv us
540. w: NOT )
101& Corner La*. Howard Drlv'*. Air conditioned fenced back I THINK H WIU.H ARC 4Si..KPfPALMIPINTN pTURN AND PILE 4P TNC SHIP TNA1R
TTO AT*. D SW >Ur w ol two lak*. t Bedroom U Southeast .V A cuANoi e* I IwtNInwi
iundoca. Gl.nn L. twlnetord IM'' yard Irrigation system. I V .w APTeE PRINCS* Steer enroeIT"S Sol RMA.ls, AND TNPN11M.
JOHN G. WOOD Down block off of chain of lakei Onl); PHVULIVJ OValala TRK$ R FEOM

EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS $300 $17300: Good terms. Owner ?; THCF.I'rz
utmost In lux
I fc I room & ASSOC. Inc.
cry at raonahlt rat*. Maid eer.. leaving for North Wants In- DKA'4 S40 ,.
Tic. all utilities furnliihed 24-hou, eveloptrBuIlderlZl3Z517 $62 Per Mo. Total mediate tale Let me show 7011 = '
wllrhboard. air eond tlonlnx. am tNGo'h.A1JPCI
LAKE REGICP Phone 2911331 this today before you buy anj
Other Homes For Sale UDder FOR
r A L-G RIDe I
HOTEL, Bin St. at Av B, NW thing
phone 393-4131: lt-Z 1211 Construction o
." 4- # 1
ROOMS. Nice tent airy room FHA. approval l-bedroom Dor* I 934 liII St., MT "

Con .nl ntlr located In Old Posts; da room. Completely redecorated CT J-275I: or CY :I-2CTI
Jlulldl l. Call CY M8M or C1S41CT I Sprinkling eyatem2r :38th Bt, Wallace TuckerCY Ill
ITIlurrolehodtrbnm..E$7500 NW ItO 000. Choke terms. Appoint
moot CY S-4460 14-11 BUDGET MINDED!
bedreoit -- -- -- -- --
BeaeleiJealtv verythlnr I Bedroom ecraeiporch .
Co. ;; (th Street. NW Cloi-ln. MOT In today.
Anytime INCOME PROPERTY 175 doe
CLEAN Beat furnlihd l-bdroon 175 month Ia Lake Litre FIMIU'I.EARN
Adult Seasonal ei
permanent apartment. Quiet neighborhood Setting: Lake Elbert Estates I4-M 1 BEDRooX 111I b thn. aswl BOBSLED
CY 1-7001. 84M AT. C. SW 10-T1' decorated i. 8E octloa.: I

FURNISHED apartment I rooms. HomeS bedrooms, 2 bath Call ferry )1.rdu. CY .121. IIra. M Adz. tE3 1 rS.
bath and semen porch Utllltleiturnlihed Florida room REPOSSESSED! HOMES Lot wmten CY .1C31.. I..Tr
111.00 per ....k. 143! monthly payments Modem CB uoer TD
AT*. A.E.:. 14-U Extras Fireplace, oven, range, S st CT S bedroom 4-1631 or construction:3M-117I rTRSl Contact MEDALLION BT OWNER S-BtDROOM. BOBSLEDcoMr

dishwasher lots of closet, MORTGAGE: CORP. OF FLORIDA.it. 2-B.TH -
I BEDROOM, Hvlns room Florid -< <.TCOURSN
conditioned n 5fiU
screened heat and air
porch. -
room, modem built'In kitchen, all Loa.
home In Lake Alfred Cholre I
.. Seasonal 1300: '
electric, larar pel
month TROUT REALTY Good Terms . . $24.MX lion 130000 to qualified down and buver 110700 include wmonth .
2M-3M1 Bites CY S-Of2: lllunfurnished. No Down PaymentNecessary taiet and Insuranr. Call FIHot.1
or com by MS East Cum
TWO A THREBBedmom and J minis St Sal 0 E"i Ux l
room apartment, Furol.brd eel
Pbon CY M34
It your credit .uallfya. yw --- -- --
ISO 00 MONTHLY cleat trailer
NPIlaol6s.1BZD1W I BR I Bath SE: section Purchased >
Water and electricity supplied.
1 bedroom h e m e for sale, ,000. Added Improvements '
1M1 |1
Suit oeupl 116 40th It,
total price $5100. Payable $43.23 |1.400. Owner reluctant
SECKEL. Realtor monthly. 1 bedroom borne, total but obi lied to relocate. Will sl WITH AHUNQRy MAST WHICH DOUBLES ITSSlZsT. M. BUTAU.THESCHOOLS AWD
S-BEDROOM hou.e furnished 1M for 111900 eaeh My low you k < EVERY M-HOURS// AND IT'S AN IGT1C EVEN> BEO6U5E \ PLAVGPOOKIDS TWAT MONEY
M5.S4 I
AT. L SE WOO month. CY NEW l-bedroom masonary. tilt price $5MO payable rain An opportunity we would) tub IT AU.TAKES PLACE WITHIN A PRICTLESS WORKOFART/.' CAN blJlr
mar 1..1'ON landscaped monthly. to hay had Phone "'"JUT. 1411IBEDROOM
bath farac fruit trees IT'S A CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE= '! THE CNUCrsLL,741 .
IW Lak Shore Way
CHAIN el LAKES dupleies.Aeeommodat Alfred 14-11 FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. 1 bath with separ. .po-.. / !CEAST NEVER ftLCEPSTWEU -
1 to 4 perrnaSwimming ate dining room. Air conditioned --
fiehlnr boatlnir Weekly OF WINTER HAVEN living and dlnlnf rooms carpeted r: ::.. '
and monthly rales Reawnable4rr17 FOR BALE: WELL KEPT I-BED kitchen appllaneta: Included Lars' I
Sierra Court Motel CT ROOM CB house. tit bath eaboat. 519 Central Ave. lot .has steel lancing shuffle board 1 '
S-TT .,. Payments Kit 00 per month. CY 3.5151 293.9063 e"" .... shallow well and pump ; J (' M r -
Near town and schools. No down For terms to suit you. call oven
.BEDROOM lam rarar apartment payment NCTIIa515 eoeta. 2214 CT S-IMO or CT S42M. 4TIMother's 2
Walk to town J-bedreom AT*. ". after .00 lionLOVELY
_...or apartment. Walk to town a.m. U-H !
Call Baker days CY S-UM. N tes e
ey 1173. 1.... CLASSIFIED DISPLAY LARGE I Bedroom Span Special
lib Type home Cypre.. Garden
I BEDROOM furnished heus mammmmmmmamIIAUriFUL Area Florida Room. Central Near all schools and ihopplng
Adults only Inquire at Lake .Ida Heat 113.500. CY KK)1) U-TT it no problem ,,
Grocery or call J8J-.577 1 TF rn
from this 650 Avenue M, SI!:

A APARTMENTS VILLAGE 0"FOR GARDEN pARTICD( RETIREMENT HOMI Lakefront Funon location Three bedroom, i Z - -- ---_ _--- -

tAR PEOPLE 1. I I bedroomsHOWEN IN N.W. WINTER HAVEN bath, big family room and double -

North. MOTOR LODGE:ia-Jan.Hwy: 17 U, a budget By sharing a carport. Full price $17,000. ALL Yell I4ELLD,

2 seJreemi, $lle Lash. 6.Iespllentei. lakefront on the chain of lakes $700 down on FHA terms CHAPLAIN, TM CAM PO AT TU C A EAN..1 YEC! MRSI NAIFTRACr
rMtrUr, sit with the nicest neighbors you'U N TROLSLI WITII PONT IC APPEAL
((12-A) For Sal. or Rent drape aej surls ni: Air sen find anywhere This three bedroom JOHN G. WOOD GEN HAI.FiRAOK FOR MERCY FROM(
ditise.d! ; sleetrl h..t.) 1 1I.
two bath, Florida room AGAIN A HlwrliC POW6HPI w

lOBALERENT S-b dreomhardwood t*.dy T. M.". U la located on a be.utifu1JI.ndaraped & ASSOC., Inc.

n....... eell4 Beat. 561> Call lot on 15Ui Court Developers Builders
a month. Call Ken Duk. CY Wl l17Jan .
.118ALB ,I HAROLD SELLERS NW CaUJOHN. 293.251T Phone Z9H33I 0 ;

l-bearotnn, llvlnrdlnln
.. J'lorlda. refrlierator room tile befit diets & ASSOC., Inc. LOW DOWN S-b droom PAYMENT bom JMMXISBR 5540monUL ,
kitchen etove ,
till! Uo17
washer. tea best paved drive Immediate
p .....10.. Boa UTS For price and terms on this
New..Chlef. FOR BALE Rin Rang Area I Tile bath DR. Brookl..troom. .
1 bwiroom boreal traded home. Paneled LR with store fir
ISOModem|M per month. place. beamed celling. Pamled Fie,
Loans CT KI01I 4-TI W3-Z517 Phone 213-933S R.. floor furnace. S air condition
((12-C) Mortgage ere. I car games 10 IM Inloverlooklnr .
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12.ITIDYLRIDSE lake Hartndf SXX13th
DUPLEX furnished APARTMENTS unturnlehod. 'I, Iu3B04hpp S*,. NW Call MJ-4T73 for appointment '
"!I 1111I11I11111I11111111111111I11111111111'I I I I I I I I l ;: Heights or ar... Phone" CY --. evening weekends. "-I u yUULL PAYIO. A'AVWS MADE Aari pUaeua SPILL NYIuE fANWHILE .ec'E, r rrsrek7ERAtle
37-Jan 81 7TLE RAiW 7NAt PALf HeSOA tgL d 7yMl 70i41FANiWOC.4T
Horn Loans VIEW :c 7NE 60YERM7R/ Awvi / A MAN 7b ovECA' LW11I

53/40/ CHASM, LOCATION CHAIN OF LAKES I lit I Tun I, ? Il I 77vAr AvFL/r avl ] 7VAW/A-

| 25 year terms EI CONVENIENCE OPEN HOUSE ills 2. Lak. Howard Dr, Lovely 1 tO mnct t101Dt1
BR home, Fla. room. wall to we F
coits i is Lakevlew, family. horn fill larj $9,950 rarpet. stove ref ft drapes 11 III 2
lower closing lot with bo.utllul oak trees. Neal boat house. underground ottrmk ,i r II
sad excellent service : school. S BR 1 bath living room Out Havendale Blvd. Turn hog ev.t.m. Price $15,500.PANORAMIC f c'yftL

E kiani up to 90% of api with Roman brick fireplace family right 21it St. or Airport Roadto VIEW
value if desired ES room built'In stove 4 ov.n. Owneltranterred left or
s pulsed lit paved road on ,
to Tampa make thli 2811C1 Loki Hartrtdr*. clone. tBlate ,
FHA loans also iE available at a remarkable priceLow caU .. Farm I BR 1 bath. Urn
down and snumemortrec iro l
payment CT (
Fla ft dan. :
e a complete, courtsE *. DOB fall to ere 111 lining room room atfN6Fin
and S utility rooms
E out service EE 21st Bt. NW Shown by appoint' E.Jan.23 carpet lot. two down. price 111.DUO. W/ll AMV707 L1IOEFDN

saves you money, E mint only.EDNA. Ai iE7SNEAryHE
IM ft. on Hwy ,&1. I BR houn -
too.Town. : WATSONREALTOR and betiding for ..,.Ice .tatlon or t 1ii

tin Prte 114000Varner .
s & Country = Blue Chip Value --

| 11 (th St., N.W. CT 4.414Sit Realty
| Mortgage Corp. It's the home 14 lib IiL, N.W. CY 3-WS4: 1 1 THINK I II'LL UT YOU JUST V HoW WILL VOU EVER ,i'' FELL ASLEEP
the banks A /
E by
equity in I-
| Dial CY 1.1141 | bedroom home and furniture for It's the area modern l-bedroom retirement AFTER641 f
t.t. model 2-bedroom house trail.r horn*. Cloie-ln S34 Av* C DINNER
niiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiNii.(13) .-. In lint class condition Mustmortox tre m.aoo. CY MJM.reb: idJN NAP "
be free and equal *q iltvIf It's price t'aftOw '
Interested call 293-6815 1411Jiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiu CHAIN f"tM"m- w flJi =

( ) Real Estate For Sale Yes, this truly: fine home it emceed. porch double tO
: all of these things and dock Wert iM Irk. I.eaIIr;
much much more ir Road CY M740 CY I-0 H T.TF

A. It hn three bedroom a horn of Brest .e and dlrnlty E >

BUILT 1 EACH YEAR | two baths (one with .cell'nl condition One owner proprig
beautiful U"'lIr' Uena InspectloB In
) .
drilling room tad offers wanted. Will take i
HOME with fireplace .mail bouM as dnwn Payment IG.ra. '
I thifi what it i like = family room r
anartmenta roar of lot !t
Make Your Needs Known = In this charming lakefront = expensively carpeted but b at elate owner 114 A'L.Pi er + ""r2M '

: home Nestled ? living and dining
CALL ED HALL : among 19 stately pine = room entry foyer CLASSIFIED DISPLAY

General ContractorCY : trees and approached by = fully equipped kitchen .

3-1744 : a i w i pin. circular = double garage A 'IIPlCT //T / IAFToaolNl / r e00lD YOU AND THAT ROLLING I le
.29 = in a picture- E central heat and air con THAT TIMPIN WA. JiJ.T ADARLIN' RIAL ONlIIj
= book letting on the Chains i ditioning ,
NICE l-bedroom b..m4. 1H baths. LABS ALFRED x F ND OUINeTIU3, THAT NAT 104!
lot with s a Lakes The CB = sign. .i 17'N JU6TADECOY M,
built-in kitchen large
fruit take home i ii coty and charmE 2.$.*rm CerseleJ
treei No down payment : B. This home Is located on f
over payments of till 00 Including : leg in its appointments s Howard Terrace with an Can Se Seen By +fyo ,v:
t.... and Insurancs KOO 31ft St.
CaU : 2 bedrooms, IVt = lakeview of Ap.elMmentHAROLD
NW. oft Havendale Blvd. exceptional nC
51H087 after .00 (or an appointment : baths, Florida room din- E both Lake Howard and SELLERS M
14-11 The Break s
log room .
E Lake Mirror Truly an ..... Alfred ri21IOfI 1
2 out
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY : fast nook looks acrossE area to be desired by the
lawn to sE
the sweeping snout discriminating
dock with electric sE

. boat your lift Ai a BONUS. EE C. The price of this borne, I I*.It

: OPEN HOUSEFRI. there Is an attached, atE which has 2000 square Fag

E tractively furnished, spa E feet of living sres. is ( 1 3-A) Grove

SAT. SUN. : cioui 1 bedroom apartE $33000 Already: financed, I 6Iana7

: ment returning $70 per ES I down payment of only i to ACRES 10
FOR THIll UAUTIFUL month year round = $3000 ia needed. ell. Irritation, tvp acre and aoulpmentr
E E at lilt, la the type s r.> 130:aw II Down be ence aver
NEW HOMES a..e Here
old home T veer GENE COOPeR KEUBROKER .
: of Florida living you hav..Iw.y. s This! its months Lak. Alfred. wurTlil 7ElTHfTOVTAIIE sSlw PLY! love p/
la shown by appointment 1111315.lass YAATIANA l
Horbofd Street wished for s
: additional informatioa 7HE wIN[, e0/1A A6E0IN LIVED weLL, 1IINDE30Aq EE..WNEN yOU'V 6(530NrAeetD .
: First time offered at = only For NYAUITI ANO IIW SOT. LEO T (NOW tOo sOIJNO

LAKE ALFRED : 127.000 Showings ars can (I4-A) Lots & Acreage E / TO ihsutt { roUNruMbf tHEM AS I ice v0U 70HIRE

: ranged by calling I lirA Vus
g Mike Nelesi
n... "."' .. ".v. vry4lilnf w +

s wif. avid .ik fir sod I MALCOLM TETREAULT | WATER ::: /

eMil' .... E Evei. l> Sun CY JS07I S LEIS BROS. t
I'lay tree 12 M ft up 4 oc_ C')
13 TW XI eaa be dlvM4 opRwrll
HAROLD SELLERS REALTORS < : n* -ro.l:: |3S pet

TOWN COUNTRY'i 120 lib St, N W. wale oo:I [ /TAY CORAL
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Sherbet .... .. . .. .. .. .. . .. 5 :k9ne;:. *1 Orange Delight 5 V.V:, 89 0
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Swiss Steak ......... 'ft: 79- ,i ,
Servo Campbell's DeliciousChicken / .. SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOV'T.-INSPECTED
& Rice Soup . :. 6 reg.can $1 SourhlonJ'l ....... .. ... 'ft,; 39 TENDER-AGED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
Serve Campbell' Popular la*li'l Prctwi Sill,,'". .
Chicken Noodle Soup . 6 :2::; $1 Sole Fillet ............ ft; 59 STANDING RIB

I With Soup, Servo Strietmann'i Gorton's ToiryFrozen Scallops ... ';k.,... 49'.
Zesta Saltines ....... .... ..... .... 'fS 31
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f' Lady Betty Tasty, Healthful

t Prune Juice 3 \r $/.

f I F & F Yellow Cling Sliced or Halved ASNIERS ALE
Peucbes..4 12Libby'i n'i2 $!. swirr> PIKMIUMSMOKED Lb.

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Tomato Juice 4 ?.". 41.i..

Bennett'i PrizeRecipeMayonnaise

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I CHICKtN or THIIIA V Swift'i Premium Tasty Fresh IVI-Ib... ..pll,.,....$2.19,
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; CHUNKTUNA Chunk Bologna ... ... 3-lb 99 S 000000000000000000 S
Swift's Premium Fresh Pork

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I 7GEr Tarnow's Cooked or Boked" J" Green Stamps
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GPWJSTAMPS A Real Tasty Seafood Treat
Sno-Whlte Deep Sea Scallops ?". 69 50 0 FREE SOI

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Kermen'i Orango Band Smoked S'oge '
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