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: December 27, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00255
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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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> Christmas holiday traffic Persistent foe anddrizillm: rain
toll climbed It. a d t Ii'today. prolonged the miser) ."1( flood
More than 300 paron hare victim along California' north
been killed with the holiday lit. coat fruatratlsgrescue I I
tie more than half over. efforts for flottd-h.ttrd con,.
The National Safety Council a d munltle that could be reached
F -- said "Th first 24 hour were i.rsli only by al'

; LAKE REGION'S NEW DRIVE-INS-One of the three nw teller booths of the lake the worst for ant three.day The aircraft carrier USflDennlngton -

If t Region Bank of Commerce !I. thown. "Ed Stephni Jr. of the bank staff and two tellers Christmas hoi Ida) in hltor> ." and the destroyer V53

.r* shown, Chartn Lwit and Jeann! Sellers, Traffic death appear tci be a Walton docked In Humboldt, Da)
at Eureka with
I continuing at record rates. Friday ur raft
-- Fire took an IlIC'rtUIncnllm.: and I"MM! IU|<(>1IM. But the mill.
ber of live, many of then> hU. tai \ plane wr .ruuntiM l by
Bank EndsAnother Buddhists dren. the wuaiher, ant Hi* n 11') }
To Negotiate A breakdown c of: the holiday flight were mad by about, 20
accidental death at 11130 a.m. i Civilians piloting light air, raft
EST Saturday showed| on >'","cen" j runt to ,ta..p. f...4
Phase and Mieuirui to their
Traffic S08 itrnken:
Fire W P neighbor.
With General HuongSAIGON Plane <4< The weather also 1'n1J1.rarU
MUcellaneou :30 halted the March fOI a <-','lit:
Of ExpansionLake Total aes Guard turbojet helicopter which

(UFO Buddhist solution can be found to settle Michigan led the Hit of ttate crashed. Tuesday 01a rescue
leader today blamed the Vietnamese our difficulties.'* with K traffic death*. TMU mission Thrun.wmenw art
Region Bank of Com government (lor a The Buddhists said the gov.ernmrt had 23, New York 21 and Call known I.>. be aboard, and. authoritite .
merce has completed another Christmas night: attack on the "organized a group ofContimii fornla 20 since the start of the -- feared (hat two wonin .
in its national Buddhist Sal- holiday period. and a mall girl alas were
phase major expansion center In
( d On I'jgi c. Col I) JO YEARS OF the craft.Hnswlr.ds.
recorded traffic SERVICE--cypre" Garden Citrus Products honored four on
program with the opening of ton At the same time they appeared ------ Ten states no *mpl yt
new drive-in teller booth and ready to negotiate a deaths. who had been with the organisation, line It was organiiod 'in 19)4 at cermonlt' last of pr ons remained
added parking true with Prim Minister Tran The IMS mark wa* a record Wednesday From left, Max Robertson, Walter Boyd Mucus McCarty, and LeMI Phillipt stranded without food or *hol

The Newly-built drive-Ins Van Huong. Red OfficialBlasts for a three-day Christmas noil James T. Griffith, general manager, presented $500 Saving Bonds to all/ four. and Sea In foothill the floo of .
The ant government Bud' day when 609 persons: died. TII.SAf.I *
are situated well away from dhlst leader Council warned that thi In Humtolut County.
luod a communique )
the main bank building to pro following their report ...."kemS'* death rate wu nitre Local Citrus Some wr known to havetaken
vide both from Firm
city access that a gang of thug armed U.S.CAIRO Ing at a pace to surpass! that Employes refuge tn barn or m the
north and south from Ave. with iron bar attacked the mark. basses of neighbor"' on hither
A and B, SW and with an center on Christmas night The Safety Council warned jp eund. Other let off cm font
exit on Second St. {UPO-Sovlet Deputy advance: of thi* year' holldatbat through rain and mid, acme
a- There an three 4ri e-jns 4n. _.The eeqwwlque ***> the Premier} jo+lexwdM! JJlM, epia. biween' 890 and {M Jnf'Kn Honored-For. ,...3D..Years Service walking a* far a* 90 mile and
stead of the two that were formerly "lit" a month which cSJ J4< not mad his cowrlputlon to PresT 5 mftfif I die fin OiMHfky. Y gotnf without tad fee a* long
available. call for the IOVlrDl1lenl'. over. dent Carnal A. Natter's new during the three-day period.A u two day*
throw. Although It accused hat-Amrtfk with a rash of Christmas Day au/o At Ferndal which
Tlut parking lot ha* been extensively campaign tour lost IU
Huong of host of mploy! who hv ties history of the old Enlvely' 30 years of faithful
a political service to
enlarged by extending brisUlng Chrlstma warning thatRussia accident, including a wreck In electrical power at the outset of
sins it was far leis bitter than been with ( yprei Garden plant a* ore of them put It the .
the paving onto the Second is not afraid of war. Danta that killed four peoplMotFlorida comptny.rhr the deluge of rain, most of the
St. acquired by earlier attack on the govern "Th fact that wo have al. off to a bad atari and (itrus, J'rodwu nncv it\ WitI.rttd J 1 the bank property about mend official which dearrlbed way advocated peaceful solutions Indicated lilt holldk/ toll would. l In 134 uirr honored *|er. presented etch with I tie Mr teal Phillip, Mae their freecer to the local
a year ago him as "bloodthirsty and dicta of all international prob.lime he hlc1\\ Wednesday in one of the Woo) U S Having Dund In Hwnertaon, Walter Boyd and Mhool. There, using power pru
The design of the new construction "
torlal. and avoidance of war dose Five auto accident claimed most memorable occincms in gKirful appreclaUon of their Msrru MeCirty Ins done under the The Buddhist leaders, asked not mean w* art shield," Shel- eight live in the first 24 how Th. rttru industry tin shelter, worker cook-a nil III.
direction of Cordons Dirkes. "responsible men" in Viet Nam spin said In an Interview published of the ling weekend. Drowning* changed In many since mil lw. tor 1,140 flood i 10111'
architect Everett Whitehead to try to organic a meeting" by the nationalized new*, claimed two more live and we Ken Cumming Family Spends they went. to work In way the packing gees
was the contractor .where possibly a practical paper AI Akhbar. man died In a Jacksonville fire. hvue started by John A. At Yrek la California' Bur

"Th whole world know the A ca.4.. ,en<; by Allan Ed. Imivrly (r. them Interior, lukiyou county
tastily M
Soviet people see. capable d ward Your.-man went out of years Civil Defense Director Blllftr
II College Officials Will fighting and winning. History control In the city of Danla and First Christmas As CitizensBy hauled ago Fruit In was itlU being le Sail he needed. helicopter
hat proved this more than one. slammed iito the car carrying wagons by mules !badly to help people itranded
flU those American Im Mr. and Mrs. Jacqtw Hunter to whys the lively' plant beginpruceattag over t I.OOO.aquare.mlleartaof
prlallt believe w* fear a Christmas party The Hunter By \ WARD The" adornment whIch make fresh fruit, liter to remote mountain loW tort
Avoid HighS School Look war, they see very much mis couple was killed Instantly. Staff Writer the Cummlnc tree different are grew Imo the most complete land.
taken. The Soviet government Also killed In the hd-on eolllilon more than M small American ehna eouirttiv in the lie said highway engineer
has tald mon than one that wen 29.yeuold Norman It Wit a different kind of Saga Interspersed among tilt world had! estimated It might like u
ED BCRNDJR Ernest Straughnj; Junior College th* adventurlit policy followedby Roger Stom of HallandaU and Chrlttma turthe Ken Gumming bough. long u two month to punch:
Staff Writer Advtaory Commute* member the United States in various Harry Walter Barter, 11, of family of 101 Ilillcresi Drive, And tae Ire top oTMmefitwhere The four remMtced about serviceable roads InloII e
Dr. Allen T. Cole and E. part of the world I* nothingbut Hollywood. II:. your may be a MM oren tilt early day. W. W. Old areas i l.ol..ed by flood and
Central Florida Junior College Randolph Bentley school board playing with fir*." Youngman wa treated for The most noticeable difference angel or the Ilk. -is a iMtHtt. was genvrtl manager.. rock and mud *lld.*, The rtv
at Ocala U situated on a ember Wendell Watson) Dr. Shelepm, a former Soviet II' hock at the Hollywood Mener. to .nOM....erlnl their plaque bearing an AmerUan" lady retailed. era which lace the area ale
60-acr site which bas rolling Fred Lnfety and James E. curtly chief tl I o* an official lal Hospital, released, and home wa* the beautiful Chrtat- Eagle, wing outsiretehed. Mrs I'hllllpt. just reletkKlfrom acre Inaccessible
hills and scattered trees much Harris of the coll eg*. visit to Egypt. charged with falling to have his mil tree In the living room.It standing on the red whit and the hospital for this *. Its sod h* believed at lewl
Ilk the Winter Haven Golf "Central Florida is repre. Nasr mad a bitterly anti. car under Control. 1* a full tree like your blue ahleld. till otcaitoo. teamed with p tOO "persona wr In n1 of
Course, site of the new Polk sentlve at a small college with American speech at Port Said Two fishermen drowned" dur. It has light and ornament. The unusual Ire decor came food.
Junior College campus to be limited growth pot.ntiai," Dr. this week In eerei,.onlet markmi Ing the early hour of the Ilk youro It ha touthe ,If from M Idea of -year-old 1'1.1111 ** ih* told of hermany ''The, are a pretty hardy
built next rear. Lnfst" acid, Egypt' 1958 ",ICtorv"liver ChrUitma h o 11 I d a ', period whit sprat all 'It ei ,t nuking Barbara Gumming, a ripho- happy yrs with her lot," he Mid. "Uol this has
This campus, which wa*built The chool' preside !.' Untaln and France, who called which began al f p.m. Thursd4,, i I' look Ilk a 'urthern tree more at Winter Haven Highkctool. company !She had only nliardon been five days, and I would 1m*
In I960, wa viewed by a group Joseph Ford said that the >rt their sue,.eisful ,!t/aaion c of: and run 1 until midnight SunlajKrvta '_ creased U snows Ruff Hut Ten rear old dandy of the i Tirl.tmsi parties! agin there are quit a number
from Polk that toured eight campus could beadle up to 5,000 the dues Canal ion at then* L. Liner 41, of Jack your* may well have been Ilk concurred U the wdque* hem*. I In all :W ,.." abe laid, that who art homeless a* well a*

junior colleges and on* senior (Continued_(.Ib_Page I. CoL I) slstence, of tilt United States. Continued On Page f, CoL I) shut also Why? (Continued On Page I. Col 4) ItsoJtl.n
------ The Ken
Institution around the sate re Gumming family
cent) to get Idea of what todo pent thi* Chrutma sal new
and what not to do when designIng cllt_. 01 the Dirtied Stales .
the local eampu and they wanted acne way to
On the tour ware designing t ... how their Joy and pride la
architect Braxto Bright and l their" cltlsenry\ I.. ie
Till family came to the United
Stale. from Part, Ontario
and lived for about tour yean
Polk Legislative
U Ohio. Gumming sped a full
year eereMitg for the right
Slate t '
Delegates + a1t town for his family to settle\ and itt.
to Into Uialneil.It A'
go ,
Three .
It eloted Winter Havenand ry
tilt whole family U glad. They h
Public meeting of the Polk k hare bee hers two year*.
County Lgilativ Delegation The Cummtfig* pent nearly
will be told Jan. 26, ,.b. Sand tire month going to class** o
two tight a week in Tamp
ofIJl..uIOGlwtUNbeid r I* study government and AmerItaabUtory -
at the criminal courtroom of\tho Out of tilt II per ,
Hall of JuUee U Bartow startIng -
who received
sons tlilr clU..oIMp
at 7 p.m. to federal District Court
Th* dabs ..,* rho... Ineonferenc a
U Tampa Us fetmary, Mr. and
of lilt bar Polk
Mr*. Cvmmlnc were tM only n
repreaentatlve to th. Florida .... who spoke English
Ugtalatur. They are:'I -elect "'rllt oral examination was
Ben Hill GrlfflaJr .a 11>*.La..
quite difficult tut M when w*
ton Chile and Ray Mattoi and
uul4 understand, Mr*. Ctlm-
Rep-elect .
Wallaca1torey.ma mint atd. "1 gas "ICIMIow
"bearing art being held ban i H wa Sot thou velapn'
10 that the public win ban a :: pU ttw laofMg."
chance to present proposed leg.
: tore were three federal
Ulatioa lor the 1W sautes of
judte who presided durum thaaturaJluika
tb .
Th* lawmaker also*treased. 4'th. ,.'4 waaO ,erylmpreiM.
that IIU very Important lor tiltpubUc Mr*. Dimming Mid.
to b*a.D11111or med of local !
sandy painted to I *U legUlatkw.Th :25 larger tUt to die very eeoier
public U MUtl* know what local
u "
: naaf mine, eke said
being propoa d tot eoactaent,"
,,0IId11.n.., Save W 18 m*
the Poll lectalaior oitaju- GLOIAL VISITORS HERE FOR CHRISTMAS new .....,* night' pt 1ft Winter; H."*,,_ The its al till ceremonies." '..eteld
ed."A Twnty.fhf. *. student* from 10 ewe'trie .11' Chrtitma' deeds left yesterday ff a visit, .. Miami" and the Keys Seedy and bettors did act

utter policy Mbmitted requtrlnc lor lgila-local .I gents m '12 Winter Haven, hornet" They are pawed before retunti'itg/ fe the cl"tv*."nf *f dozen eeiterncol bar to be eiaminvd PROUD NEW CITIZENS-.Barbara, r II, end Sandy,

tics to bo sired befcr oaact- o* the step of th* F'at Ckriitia. Ch", ch Th.r,d.y moriv "gi and .iMr itit where m..t of them are gradat "They son of M rid along OH mast win M strictly toUowed," i"9 ai they prepared to 90 .. Cypress Garden for ttedenti. our
Ik.y aye .iit They alto. wr. the guest l lest m,M at Deny Down. I 'Itlllued Or I. lot i; tha 20 American fI.9"i



I flflhamber TI March of Dimes Reports DropIn

-' ." -. 'Water the Brain' DeathsOf
..- A on

I eminentBy ___' __ all birth defects one '

of 1 the most shocking and l
N I. dangerous is hydrocephalus -
E. L DAVIS -- .

Chamber ef Commerce This is: an affliction hn,
tti-n/ffi by an I'nlarg'd i
and usually misshapenhead r ;

may Save money on orange juice of caused blocked by the fluid pn'lure ,-
I accumulating -
Wtn *" toMfl* If M"!"
face a || in the infant
head lilies 1 this pressure is "n I
losing lieved, severe hydrocophHlu',
can result in death or lifelong
you; blindness or mental i !tarct.i

make when lion.But a great deal of projjn: r
tool; has been made combating
not be thii disease Th NationaFoundation-March
lied of Dimr- r
points out that the infant death!
way rate in the United States: from
too hydrocephalus is falling Mil.
atantially, However, an immediate
word of caution lhi-
reduction in the death I ate i J'
walk not to say that there u. any

; k ;'r ..r--.. .......:,fijfIfi.1. decrease babies born In each the number year with of ire

loving hydrocephalus.
all NEW YORKERS GET THE WORD Florida orange Juice receives a sort of lefthandedpromotional What Is happening is that
< me push from billboards placed by National Airlines on 22S transit buses which make many more of them are sub
; dally trips through New York City's heavy traffic. viving
In this country, the annunl
total of infant now born with
worth of Commerce with Its nearly 600 water on the brain (an
members, comprised of the other way of defining hydrocephalus -
)- area's leadlngbuslnessmenand The Citrus Scene ) Is estimated al more
I. civic minded citizens will continue than 15,000. Of these, 8,000 are
my stillborn or die before the age
as It has for the past 40 of
one month.
It In years to strive mightily for the By JACK CURNETT ppa1li.nll.as that total ishydrocephalus ,
growth, the happiness and the The Florida Citrus account for far HEAD CIRCUMFERENCE .f child with
years Reporter water en the brain Is measured -
prosperity...of...Winter... Haven fewer infant deaths than occurred I by Dr, Martin t, So/en, neuraturgcan at March af Dimes
only few
GET READY TO ROLL their fruit at the price offered For Instance a, the years death rate ago Birth Defects Center, Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio

With Santa Claus having today. during the decade 1953-1962 finite reform in attitudes toward of a fine tube' .
plastic ml ih.
back at I "
come and and
gone declined
by one-third This birth defects has been brought brain
Terry Parker his North Pole headquarter CAN'T "SPOOK" GROWERS means that 379 fewer infant about in quite recent years by the circulating cavity passagewhin fluid is "dum'
for another year, some really While there has been some died from hydrocephalus in )potent and constant doses of med" so that it flows awls
.to Band Parades tired citrus sales of 1962 than in 1953. public education.
managers attempt to sill growers on the harmlessly the blood
one What accounts for this extraordinary "The second factor is the recent stream and thus
acquaintance got some relieves the
Ides that they should sell now, and
of .and of At InauguralWarren rest over the long holiday "the price li bound to go low duction in deaths heartening from a dread re- ment and in substantial the techniques improve of pressure nervea on the optic and other

weekend but bright and early er", they "are taking vanilla" and mysterious condition that 'shunt' surgery. In this area A specialist In this dehaut\
will be on the phones tomor- and to be "spooked." predate recorded history'Dr there are refinements
refusing technique, Dr
every Sayeis has
light ._ pn
Martin P Kuv/.r.
Goodrlck state wi"
M. :
hand, row morning lining up orders This writer still likes the Year. There are fewer- campli! formed about 1,000uth;
chairman of the Democratic ly known authority on hydrocephalui cations such i
for shipment Wednesday the Florida Citrus Mutual predic- as clogging in the shunts
Party has named the Terry Parker and a neurosurgeonat shunt tube in the head and infection 'Let me that contribute
shipping ban expire at midnight tion of a leason's avenge of the March of Dimes Birth lay
High School Band of Jacksonville arising from it. In to The National Foundation
man"r year to represent Floridain Tueiday. not lei than $3 a box on the Defect Center, Children's general, too we are now ableto March of Dimes deserve the
of the Inaugural parade In Washington While it will take a couple of bush or 60 cent per pound Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, attributes operate earlier on these gratitude of the medical pi on Jan. 20. days probably Monday and solids delivered to the plant. the drop in the mortality babies before the accumulat fession. as well as that of pn-
Goodrich said, "the Terry Tuesday to really determine first, rate he to explains two I factors, "is "The that ing pressure damages both ent and future parents, f I"i
light and intellect
At Parker High School Band comesto the situation, most sales managers JOINT SALES DESK? fewer parent nowadays at- the infant's life" endangers making possible greatly ipanded \
me highly recommended by / believe there was a good There li now a group of tempt to cover up the birthof "Shunt" surgery in hydrocephalus through medical teaching school in this Geld j
In Its many people throughout the cleanup of retail and wholesale concentrator, both Independent a defective baby A def- means the Insertion Dr. Sayers declared gram
stale I have seen them perform stocks up to Christmas and cooperative, working ,
the personally and know that they Eve and while s lot of them with a Florida Citrus Mutual
wlU do a splendid Job In Washington have already booked orders committee on a deal which refused: to take the money."Mrs.
." the Dollar Theft Leads To Lance Is & nuisance and be.
'. for shipment once government would see a "combination
"It was difficult to select a .enforced shipping ban sales desk" for the frozen concentrated side we don't sell scarves In
pro. band," he said. The rules of the courtrooms," snapped Mrs
of the big buyers
and Inaugural Committee allows many orange juice ai Brunner, who had made the ar.
each state only one band In the won't know the situationIn ai single strength produced by
about parade." their particular organization the potential participants Chance For New LifeCINCINNATI rest.The judge said he would mall
Terry Parker Is the same until they get report from the without abandoning the individual the SI to the store.
to be band that performed In the last retail outlets In the various brands or labels. Then the manager of the ga.
be Presidential Inauguration and systems and! the Independents Now, while a Jot can't be Onto (UPI) rage where Mrs. Lance has
the has continually received superior and smaller operator took a laid about this right now Mrs Ruth Lance, a 66.year.old malt |boxes but earned little been sleeping stepped ,forward
Bos ratings In District and good look yesterday when the because it is still "on the widow who slept In theatersand from !t. and offered her 'a job keepingthe
State Band contests market reopened, drawing boards' and In the public restrooms becauseshe "I don't have enough money ladies' lounge clean He
the There li every indication si "talk it out" stage but this could not afford to pay to rent" a decent room any. said she could stay there u
with this Is written the demand for would not be the first time rent, received for Christmas a where, she said, "and I prefer long as she liked
com Rev. ConnerTo fresh citrus will be good following Mutual has been the godfath chance for a new life. to stay In downtown theatersand The Sisters of the Poor also
six In sleep in the ladies' loungeat offered Mrs. Lance home for
the holiday backed the Mrs. Lance appeared Municipal a
shipping er" of It
a plan "
(an all-night) garage she life.
At Court on a chargeof
Speak which first became effective formation of Florida Tangerine told the court she has a Cold
stealing a f 1 headscarf froma --------
back In the 40s and has been Coopertive, Florida Fresh en Age card which admits her
casket DriveInThe lined In whole or in part for Citrus Shippers Association downtown took It department because store."I I was. to theater at a reduced price (:J5r1.F: I.OCU.K

Rev Gary L. Connerof all but two years.RIGHT and other worthwhile projects cold," she told Judge GeorgeS Mr, Lance said she had been HOLLYWOODUPI'-PeteiUttlnov '
Park Lakeland will! deliver a special giving them -ganliational Heltzler. "I've never stolen living In this manner for the will use one of England's -
full of New Year's sermon at the IP' TO DEADLINEDue : : manpower, know, w and office anything before" past two yean famed castles Castle
Drive-ln Church this morning to a misunderstanding, facilities until such time Mrs Lance's husband died 20 The judge reached In his for Howard as the location site
to lo at 8:30. which this writer might have Si they got on their own feet. years ago, leaving her pocket for a dollar to pay for "Lady L'
He Is a graduate of Florida helped to compound, by advising no estate. She said she receives the scarf and dismissed the --
will Southern College and CandlerSthoolofTheoloryorEmoryUnl. the news room to get any As usual, thin writer will $32 a month In Social Security petit larceny charge against Ed.Leon" Ames, co. tar of "Mister
Ha- her. ran away from the family
: pictures it might want to use dust off the old crystal ball, payments, most of which Is farm In
varsity In Atlanta, Ga. He also Mrs Ida Bruner, the depart Indiana at ate 15 to
Chriit- for She said she
spent food
In connection with my brew up a fresh pot of tea Join the Navy and Immediately
by attended Wesley' Theological ment store's security officer waa -
as sells nameplates for doors and
mal Eve situation story, leaves, consult the new edition sent home
pub- Seminary In Washington, D.C.
about The Rev.Mr.Conner has spent early in the day ss possible itwsi of "Aunt Mamie's DrumDock"
several summers In youth workat listed that the big Cypress and make like Nostradamus -
.... the Methodist Youth Camp in Garden Citrus Products In the Thursday or
open Leesburg and as associate minister fresh fruit operation closed New Year'i Eve edition of the
last In Los Banos, Calif and down at 9 a.m that day. Winter Haven !'tewI.1Iief AFTER-CHRISTMAS SALE
on to Daytona beach He presently Is Actually, the story cut the Of course, all the data obtained -
employed with Goodwill Industries Cypress Gardens fresh fruit from the above par
and in St. Petersburg.The operation 14 hours short because phernalia will be supplemented
new W I n t e r Haven Drive.In It worked right up to the all the way by the opinion
Church Is sponsored by the midnight beginning of the of the men in the citrus Industry WagOnS $450
to Methodist Men of Beymer Memorial shipping holiday and rolled out who actually keep the . RIG FROM
the Issue, the Chamber Church. the qulvalcnt of 11,000( boxes wheels rolling and mike

of fresh fruit in the period thing! happen.For Bicycles . . . . REG FROM $3150
from "kin to km't that day about 24 jean now, this.
that 11,000 boxes mesa the writer has always taken a look

same as 11 solidly packed Into the coming year and triedto All Small Appliances
railroad cars of fresh fruit pompuint what could happen
moving out of the Eloise house in the succeeding 365 days
CHINIhI LIDS ID the working period.CONCENTRATES and with no brigadocclo to By Sunbeam, (except Vista line)

I AiMSrAOMr be Inferred the batting average Westinghouse and Ronson
\ I MNAITOUM AND PRICES li something In the neighborhood
sou Mantas I talked briefly a day or two of .BUG So watch
1 ago with one of the state's Thursday' paper you may Race Sets by

largest co-operative concentrates want to argue some of my predictions
/ plant heads about what you may not agree Strombecker & Arora
might happen after the first of but they will be based on the
j f aa.rn.am the year to the price for concentrated best opinion ,',n find in the All Heaters
t orange Juice in IndustrySO metric a-doin)

1 WDA Nr consumer packi. Westinghouse, Bass, Crusader Markel
. There has been talk that E\DETII111E! YEAR IM4 ,
l i CINTIAlATl1GN about J 1ft. 13, the more or leas And I might ask "where Reg. from $11.95
traditional start of the new has It gone to" because It has
marketing season, when prices passed fast a lot has happened WestinghouseVACUUM
are usually revised, some both to the Industry, to
concentrators would come out the Newi<:hf with its wonderful
at Si.W.II U a doten six-ounce new offset equipmentand CLEANERS & Rug and

. >spb : ) i/IWUC IWNaq\ +Z cans, which would be 41 te 50 to this writer. So may Floor Cleaners
r ''Z 01 TNI 3 cents below that last reportedFOB I sincerely wish for you and
: :. (.q.iLwe" CONDO TANZANAv quote of $2.30; a doses yours a VERY: HAPPY NEW
\ h However, after talking to YEAR
? < \\ the men who have to set the

COMMANDO KIICI UNOIICMINUI yh 'J' .%. I prices for the end product I -T-
110 MIICnOM i 1
don't believe the new price _
Loans ACIOSi Civil a I L: wit be under W W 05 a doten. Rep. II. R. Gross (R. I.wal. oi0
MOM COOUIlMATVttil Fact of the matter Is most ha* figured out that It will -
cooperative concentrators are cost more to enroll a youth
expected by their grown to in the Job Corp than it
return more net on the tree in would to tend him to Har
the final accounting than the card He Mid that the annual SAVE OfF
average cash on.tree price. cost of '.,700 per enrol
and $$10-11 a dozeD six- lee is about $500 more
ounce cans at the plant doesnt than it would cost to send a
jibe wlib that sort of anticipation. student to Harvard for the
s entire school year and pay I(12a.4' _.. G... H.....,.,...

Growers who prefer to sell him ISO a week daring the a. ( Hardware GMelns)

their crops lit bulk or by the summer vacation to boot r Wftrf
RID CHINA GANGUF ON CONGO "our African nations ((1ft block have hero named by boa equivalent that is W GrCards Hobbles
the Congolese army oommander-in-chlef U those from which arms are being sent into the pounds to the standard box -

Republic of the Congo Other nations- the Central African Republic Twuanl, Burundi are actually sitting on their SHOP LN "L\TEa HUE SOUTHEAST PLAZA Cvpms Gvtan R. dPage r....., Flew,;
Congo Republic are reported thOM In which Chinese Reds have made influence Inroad.. hands when It comes to telling


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BEFORE AND AfTER S, i6' hen c hw II i fMcGumnesa I !t V 1 ,, \ Mom' i t t"I".I.., i i.'?I ., h, I. Aill,'? :j-S OliO h"/II,I have iti.d Hay. btt. I
I High g,1 t-n ,' In klah"ma tJk tthorlzcd .n,' I n,:. n. rub: "ii. +Hi ,!lupppi ,ih, \\lill!. |{(.a i-. d,, lu" 1 the ".'Ihn a dl..*.ter area.
bthc' iiu.ne irnthti,) taper.. Ti..ttidenl(:! rr1r h, U1r. ,

.. ,..... .. Church Local Firm F&AM

For; Fitness.And Health : Pilot Jailed Into Gets CharterSecretary InstallNewly

broke Into Deymer of State Tom elected officer of
Methodist Church on Adam today announced the Lodge led, F F&AM will be In-
By VERA CHIWTENSEN For FlyingIntoxicated St.. NW, Christmas chartering ol the following corporatlont tailed tomorrow night at I
o'clock at the temple.

WAIST CAN BE SLIM 1i.. Haven police aid that Harmon' 311, Inc., 1000Sixth Members and their famllle
gained by cutting a St., SW, Winter Haven, with aoo are Invited to attend the open
Whether the FLEEING FLOOD Realdenti-of chance of common of no par meeting.
you are on heavy breaking a Jalousie
aide or the dim tide or Just belongings mti a tru'k to The break In was value, dealing In real and per ..
about like you want to be, the n't 1 1S 1r 1t JONESBORO La. (UPO-A war rising a foot an hour some kids. they aatd sonal property I I
waistline I.I usually an area civilian, Eddie E. Roblaon was clearing debris Incorporator are R. K. Harmon happy Holidays
which we girls ail like to have being held in the Jackson Par. war not too much actual Sr., Cleo Harmon R. K.
mailer Uh jail on charges of flying to the church police Harmon it, and W, Clayton to All!
However we must take Into while intoxicated. but drink machine Harmon, all of Winter haven
consideration our bone struc Authorities said Roblaon 28, Into and about $15 Petition filed Dec. Ie by Sum. A FRIENDI!
and furniture were merlin and Connor of Winterhaven
ture. Many frameworks are stole a plane, then cracked it TIIIRMHY'S ADMISSIONS: .
such u to forbid a tiny up while landing. The craft a Winter Have ,
measurement So never be a TJ4 trainer, belonged to the
lave to the tape measure and Aero Club at Robins Air Force Leonard Roy Strut hi ri,
Frank tarlton Vtardell. El
laY that you must absolutely Base near Macon Ca.
have 22-Inch waist Simply mer Carl Stone, Mr*. RalphClatcm
a A club member, Airman I.C.
work the waistline until It M. J. Ramsey, flew the plane Mn Kenneth LH Use Your Charge Account
Is nrmerandlomeWhatlmaner S from Robins to Jonesboro to Darnell, bliss Trrl Ann Suit-
and you look pleasing In your visit his family for Christmas. man Baby Ills Denlw Brls- n
clothes despite what the tape Ramsey is with the 418th Bomb tow, Mrs William McKinley lY'1
measure says. Wing at Robins. Grantliam Archie Neal Ketch- /
For trimming the waist an Col. Alan D. Goldsmith, pub um II
everyday workout Is necessary. lie Information officer at Robin Lake Wales
Also an attempt to hold In the 4 n aid Ramsey war onanauthorlb Mrs Joseph A CollioibrbrlBg .
abdominal muscles to help work ed night /
down the size of the middle area. /
Bon II. Albritton
Goldsmith said RoblsoMormrly -
Illustrated -
This accompanying
from Joneiboro,apparentlytook
sldtbend exercise Is a simple
the from the Jones*
beginners' exercise even Tiny Cambodia
boro field. He said Rublson apparently
for the average normal women
during the prenatal period. side bends to each side of the forgot to lower the Complains Of
when he came In /
Clasp the hands behind the back body the first day. Each day landing gear
and lean over from side to side after do one more bend to for a landing. Border Troubles
a* shown keeping the hips and each side until a maximumof The plane nosed over at the /
legs very still, moving from the 30 bends have been done on end of the blacktop strip and PHNOM PENH Cambodia
waist up only. Perform five each sideMan spilled gasoline along the field. (UP) Tiny Cambodia com!
-- -- --- -- Fire truck were called out to plained of border trouble
prevent a Maze.Jonesboro with two of
Reunited Its neighbors, South
Viet Nam aid Thailand
Children Feted I II In northern
With Wife Louisiana, about 215 mile The Cambodian charged that GIUM"i
northwest of New Orleans their border had been violated / We Are Closing-Out All of
After 23 YearsNEW three time In three day -
At Rotary ClubThursday did loin Ruka again let eye) once by the South Vietnamese,
YORK UPO Mrs on her husband and daughter. the Thaw
( once by and Dace
Stefanlja Rukas who was kid. With tearful hug and kisses, from Thailand 'by the "Free Our Fall and Winter Mere
noon the member naped from her Lithuanian the Rjkaa fanlly was reunitedon Cambodia" refugee organiza
of Rotary held their Christmas home by the Soviet police in Christmas ft also was Mrs.Rukas' tion.

meeting with children and 1941 and Interned in a Siberian Nljole Seth, a birthday.26-yearold This country had carried on
labor 15
grandchildren camp for year, wa* chandise in for
u their Preparation
the day reunited Friday with her husband brunette graduate student, cried I running dispute for moue "
and daughter she had not unabashedly and said of her than a year w'th South Viet
mothers "she look wonderful" Nam over alleged border raids
The Rev Ralph Martin pastor seen in 23 years.
of the First Presbyterian With Christmas joyexpre..edIn Mrs. Ruka, her dark hair by Vietnamese' and American Our New Store in
Church of Auburndale, talkedon tear, Mrs. Rukas was greeted now flecked with gray, also wa troop fighting Communist' giwrrillas. / Opening
the significance and meanIng by her husband Konstantlnas In tear. .
of Christmas.Mrs. and their now-grown daughter

Charles Shlnn,Jr.,sang Nljole. She was whisked to her r r North Gate Shopping Center
two solo and was accompanied new home in Connecticut and a AfMlt '
by Mrs. A. H. Rouse on sumptuous >Isrtida. .> timer .
the piano. On June 1), It41, u a precaution J J.-jt'

Each Rotarian Introduced of Stalinist against terror a mountingwave ajalnst :' I Sometime in Early Feb-

either his children or grand Lithuanian Intellectuals, Ruins, L ? 1 )
children. a school principal took J-year- ..
A special feature for the day
old Nljole away from their
was the presentation of a two- home in Kaunas They found ruary.
foot comb to Dana Baxter for refuge at the nearby farm home
his outstanding work on the recent of Ruku' mother. : iJi :
Winter Haven Hospital
Mrs. Ruka, then 14, remained
drive, at home. The secret police ;
The program chairman tor came that midnight CH: L'r
the day wa* Dr. Robert Hamil and sent her oft to Siberia.
ton. Not until Friday, in an emotion
-fraught reunion at Kennedy YOU'LL FIND

SHOP IN WINTER IUVEN International Airport here, ,)

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Sunday Feature at 1:00.3:05.5:10.7:20.4:25: : :

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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief


W I. KTNMSON. IdlNr.Pv&kb.r

JOHN w. JTNHtOH A> Wa.. H rPubUk.4 ... PUWISMI

dairy !I....,. S.Urd.rl, by the. W ..., H.... NOTEBOOK

Publi.hinq Ce.. l Inc. lit Ird S....., N.W.. Winter H..*.. FUrM.CHAI.US Side ?1

OHON "_.1 Maa.f.r

... Hitet' By DICK WEST

'ITU J. SULLIVAN A4 $I M, M.....r; untied Press International JOHN D, LOPf

NATIONAL ADVERTISING U'RUlNfATI\IE and I will, ct catn, comport t
SIo..... I A..I..... I l.,.. CM***.. 'IHEntorod ourselves with mottoraUai and

*i S...... Ct... Mill hi..... Sp .. ItM al tko. ,... OffctoIn restraint dortnt the ewrrtnthoi. A Letter To Santa ClausDear

Wi".., H...*. Florid. und.r ..l ef March I, lift Ida, s.....
We will tMrctM or Mal .

.... Iron Mll. wtrol M rftnlf
food and drink, and wtan tile /tfg7. TOD
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.. .: OF CIRCULATIONS period at n.rrriMki c bas *nd.d My Christmas: wish, Santa, will not require lone hours of labor

...,... w. will MIll have our clear SCRMI/VAT by the elves to your deep-hidden Arctic workshop.

hMfe and iylph.Uk flpir* And U won't require a special trip by your tiring reindeer

Acliv M.mb.r MEMIER But all of M have s few tool team either Neither will It call for pOll to scoot down all the
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL hardy friend who llv. It up at .
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tli. Unit. rr..i U ...itl..) .. .... r.. this HIM of chimneys of tile land once again. that cannot
ovtrlndulf. be
ASSOCIATION let ..,MBuklkatMii.. ; .D l I.u'l .... ,.nirt4 year, My wish 1* for an Inlanlibl.som.thlnc. -a quality
.. m thii ewq.p.e *i wall at all UPI lug themselves In viands s S d wrapped In garish paper and tied with a tinselled string.
Itt4 N... D.saIch.s. spirit It Is to them that this ( It I* something that once all of us who lived In America bad and;

column Is directed. Perhaps.. accepted without question as our very own, something we were
ADVERTISING DEADLINE San help save them from them with his stack of toys, Ms
today's youngster
prouder of than Is

CLASSIFIED ly tk. Ward DEPARTMENT, f P,M. ,.."..". Day ly ,.I.. Inch, } PM. ,... ... Da,. In'YN.the January Issue of Red. 4 f ,1 : ;:: j ,,ft p ; : shiny new bicycle,his space suit and to overflowing all the other modern day won
dens that stuff bloated pack
Lt al N.tic.st, : I PM. Pr..j.u. Day, S.nd.p Edna Dtadlme: Ffi..,. book mags line there can be f your
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT.Suiidav found an article of dieting. Now I called that something an Intangible, Santa but I was wrong

U.t;._1 PM. """u.....r.: hi....., EtMiaft-} P,M. Frie..; ; It one was very real. It once was something each and everyone ;
T".|j.v Edition-# ... Saturday; W.dn*.d.y, Th.r.d.p. o.d F,id.y everyone knows that article on of us In America had something w* all once treasured,

Edit; :ant-1 '.M. T.. Dew In Ad.a.... dieting general are the circulation br.ad.and.buttrof ([AMMO : :. ?L and then all too many of us permitted It to disappear.

Member Seuthtrn. N...,.,.r Publiifctrt Atwxiatie zlnes. Without article on maga.diet. L / p<,,;. "' "' 1" I" Some abandoned It through Ignorance- -some through idealistic

hi."' ...r Florid ,.... At.acntlo Ing moat magazines would die : : ,' : i 1 !'f ( dreams and regrettably all too many of us permitted It to vanish
; :; : 1"1' because of fears or blandishments of those who would destroy
of malnutrition.This ..... lf
SUBSCRIPTION RATESIv iiI : us and our way of life.
C.rri.r .. Mail article, however, I.I p. ): : ':' ':;' t : Of course, Santa, by now you realize that what I'm asking for Is

Year, $"TO: month ft 10: I math, '4,$J; I month, f I I.SI. somewhat different. Although the restoration to all Americans of our one overwhelming love of

w..lly, IS tints. Silo C.pi..j O.iI.I ctntij; Sunday. 10 ce,,". the magazine doe not Identify country, our once unquestioned and unquestionable faith in her
It u such, I am told by rell. vAJ
divinely Inspired destiny.
TELEPHONE CTartu Mltl able authorities that It I* s
summation of the notorious 41Ptnl Santa, If it be within your power,I'd like once again to hear people

all the people of this land, cheer as Old Glory passes by I'd
"booze diet" that has been
like to hear those same people singing "God Bless America" and
A Thought For Today"But sweeping the country v I a the "
underground.The Sj i (jjSjMJHj] MSMMlHESEMSllBKfln -. "Columbia, the Gem of an"and"Amerlcthe Beautiful.
I'd like again to feel the cold chills of overwhelming pride run
e x a c I origin of the
up my spin, and have all other Americans feel that same thrill,
"booze diet" has been lost In
God, nho ;m neh; IH meicy. fot (beentine of) the alcoholic mist and myths. at the mention of America' glory and at the recall of her brave

Hit great (icondtiful and ;intrntr) low It''hf'lirh; Legend has It, however, thai a history.
back full
Bring us back our patriotism, Santa. Bring us our
He load u* (rrrn irhrn ire ireir diad in Sine) hath, group of Madison AvenueUypeswingers and complete faith and pride In America the Beautiful.
to creates
got together
Let us each and one of us, recapture that faith that this
jitickincd made u* alirr fogithrr ;11 filloirihii and new approach to dieting. TelevisionIn every
try land need never bow In fear toanypower save that of Almighty God
communion and in union; ) irith; CII'IIt.oJ'ih. They agreed that the one
H-A 1 Give us back a leadership, kind Santa, that dares do that which
thing they positively would not
We are made Cod'n own because of the wiper- needs to be done despite the odds, despite the risks. Give us the
forego at lunch or dinner wa*
Abundant A kind of men who regret they have but on* life to give for their coun
compassion of God. "For God MI loved tht' the dry martini. Martini have I ReviewBy
trymen determined never "to let the Old Flag Fall", men who
world lie gave Ilia only begotten Son that whosoever tentlally calorie fattening and are therefore po. Oouu '1 :; will shout "Millions for Defense, but not one cent for Tribute"men -

believeth in Him nhuukl ,not. polish but have evi-i'lastIng Intensive research revealed, RICK DU BROW who will remember the Alamo and the Maine and Pearl
life." John 3:16: however, that t dry martini United Press International
Bring back to the American people an overwhelming confidence
contains almost carboh HOLLYWOOD (UP) Dear
-Dr. AHrt L dirndl no ) ......- ,.I Santa In themselves and the righteousness of their cause that they
drate. Consequently they drew :
willingly will shiver at Valley Forge and march Into the guns at
a chart based I hate to bother with
up dietary on HAINES CITY Two-hour have made reservations, according you an. Manassas, and brave the frenzied warcrles of the redman on the
carbohydrate rather than cal. other letter, but I have disturb
News-Chief EditorialsOn odes parking hat l been ordered bv to Homer 0. Jones, trig and Important I have Western frontier

.. Drink Without Fear the city commission In U.. president of the sponsoring flo- not been able to find news latter. Give us both the leadership' and the men that would charge upa
downtown business district on a rida State Paltry Producer any sunbaked Cuban hill and slough through the stinking mud of Flan
It was found that reducingthe \ Virginias In my neighbor
Throughways. carbohydrate Intake to 60 30-day trial basis. Association.A honed Some say there are no ders Field.
City official are also moving city commission financial Give us men who dare to say "Damn the Torpedoes" and "I
grams s day would cause most more Virginias, but this Is
We were driving on U.S. lI ritute 4 the other people to lose weight In other ahead with caution on propos committee has recommendedthat wrong. What happened to them have Only Begun To Fight" and "Surrender, Hell" and "Don't
day and noticed that there were no phones of any word., by eliminating food ed new administration building s bid by an Orlando firm -where they are-Is not entire Give Up The Ship.
to replace the city hall. to purchase $050,000 In sanitary Bring us orator who can made the Eagle scream one more,
that were high In I) clear yet. But there
type along the right-of-way. We doll t have any Idea drates, s person on the carbohy."booze An evaluation study of the revenue bonds be rejected little doubt that U seem single men who speak of America and America's glory and America's

what noil of a KiheduU' the troopers" lute for patrolling diet" could drink as much s* present building, grounds, fire because of a high Interest thing did them In, It any was tele destiny without single apology, as much. a minor quibble or
.rate.. even an Insignificant qualification.
but rarely them. What hapH'im in cask'of he pleased without adding to and police department, administrative vision. Wherever they are, the)
we see |
In other words Santa
his office and Commission The city will reopen the bid have bring tou.11 the America that was,
an accident? Dot it take a long time for profwlional On.avoirdupois, of rooms ding on the bonds. stopped caring about you a nation smelling of sweat of honest labor and proud of that stench
apostle the "booze one way or the other because
help to arrive? And why be phone told The proposed building would Contracts for S2 4,692 sanitary and boastful of the wonders created by that labor.
) couldu'tjjuju1 ,diet" me that If* possible! they are too hip to you and
-be financed under s second bowl sewer Improvement pro- Bring us back the faith In ourselves, and confidence! In ourdlvln.ly
booth installed\ at lent points and al liOi> "pob1Ult to feast tor. week on steak a" tram everyone else, and maybe that ordained '
lsu destiny
> M the amount ere by city
la Wvre m"eilalrs of$600,0001 explains their
wMpp : dfsapifttarance.' If
cr. a ,
wouldn't foul up the normal flow\ of traffic.? nuts, tvorado, sucklingpig ThfWfy: commission has approvet8 commissioners after the board you think about! It, their disappearance Bring us back an America, populated ty Americans willing

It appeared! to tin that this Mould be an addttt$ and wines arid liquor, and )2EOO payment to th4 voted to call for public bids could conceivably shed enough and brave enough to fight to make the world safe for
still lose Chamber Commerce to assist Jan 4 on revenue to finance Democracy, who will not flinch at an Insidious day of Infamy.

safety matter that should be part and parcel of these On the weight.other hand, such con. In operational costs. None of the work. but com 1 have doubt been on trained your existence never to, It Is not my Intention to be an alarmist, Santa It Is not my Intent

new type highways. We know that there would! be a ventlonal dietary dishes a* car. the amount will be used for The commission also sidestepped say "never" or "always," so I to coerce you, high pressure you, or blackmail you.

certain traffic )hazard in having IIt'opll'11'11' off the rot., cottage cheese and yogurt, administrative purpose, how an annexation Issue and am willing to give you the benefit But Santa, heed well this warning!
ever. a proposed pay raise for them of Unless you fulfill my Christmas wish this year, or at least very
being doubt.
highway to ue the phones, but surely thin would overcome off limits.highly carbohydrated, art Final reading of an ordinance selves soon Indeed, you too may vanish,as have all too many of our other

some of the problem that face the' driver on ttle'PI't'lIl'lIt Now I want to make It clear changing land on the northern John T. Clark, Atlantic CoastLine Almost el > has once beloved traditions.

that I am not endorsing or rec. edge of the city alongside High- district freight and passenger learned to everyone Already you and your r.lndeerar.barred unwelcome In half
adjust to television
set-up. ommendlng this tp of diet. I way 27 from residential to commercial agent, ha* been elected Santa but have of this addled and uphappy world,and each year sees other people

don'l know heftier It will was also approved president of the Lakeland clal you a very spec and other lands, that one held you dear, disappear behind a wall

work. And you and 1, temper. The Chang was necessary to Chamber of Commerce. hopeless case at, and the frankly it but looks the of brutality, cynicism and despotism that seeks to envelop all
In Town present,
ate soul that we are, don'tneed permit the construction of a 11. succeeds William Schro- solution may com about when men everywhere.Wall ,

Hardly a day )paused that we don't stop and hIp It anyway. trailer park In ties> area. ter. television makes the new Virginia
Other officer elected
Put If were;
happen to know
direct some tourist back on U.S. 17 after he lias diiv- someone who I* Inclined to Marvin H. Henderson Jr. and. may *start so hip looking and cool to you that for the a, Street ChatterNEW

en through the center of town, mining the tUI'IIII overdo thing a bit during the DARTOW Aviation facilities Dudley P. Towne, vice presidents switch It has happened before.

holiday, with resultant expan. at the city's municipal ( and William M. SkipperJr. Meanwhile, look at what you'reup
and NOI'IMn'o Hall.! How
Magnolia ending up near don of the waistline, you might airport may soon be opened for ., treasurer. against) They know all about YORK (UP0 Ed. ing. The firm believe this 1*

simple it would be to have one xign pointing to Sixth want to bring It to his stten. leas Inquiries from fixed base killing from television seeing ward F. Underwood of Mitch. the major uncertainty which

Street and 17. Another sign IIIIOKH the stioet at the lion operators, according to Mayor countless deaths every day. urn, Jones 4 TempUton Inc. overhangs the stock market.

light intersection i ointing> out the fact that thin wax Cecil Moore H. Moor was asked recently Guard To Get from They television know all They about know doctors all snort-term says that for trend the probably present,will the Indicator Digest, Inc. saysthat

U.S. 17. Almanac about the posktblllty the city' stout psychiatrist and lawyer be subject to sharp, abrupt the heavy overhead resist

that make seek bids from operators and conceivable of movements In both direction. mice in the 890 and upper 880
After all it is these! simple little thing may every aspect

touring much easier and make people think that your< through advertising or other crime They know all about military Stanley Heller .. Co. level in the Dow-Jone Industrial
) United Press International means for a leas on aviation Air Reserves life. They know all about says average might prove enough
community is looking out after their welfare. Suth align Today Is Sunday, Doc. 27, the facilities at Barlow Air do Base."Well It ". sex. You have s public relations the handle manner its current In which monetary Britain of a technical a forbidding barrier Dow4oneschart to provide

or even sign wouldn't hint either the city or the 382nd day of 1994 with four to he said, "although probably I haven't, problem. problem may well determinethe picture which could lead

State Road Department to install and the travelling\ follow.The moon Is approaching its discussed It )*t with the other Pentagon WASHINGTON timetable(UPI now) -call The What you really need Is s t.l. extent of our own well be to an important decline. _
public would! be better served. new phase. commissioners.A for an announcement about evtslon series of your own. At

The morning star are Venus professional land appraiser Feb. 1 of s proposed merger of present, you art hen only one
has said that s heavily year-and then when every
and Mar. the 60.000-man Air Force R* WSIR
disputed 31 acres near La- body' sleeping-where** your Program
serves Into the 73,000-man Air
Harlenda LaSerena subdivision grab client
competition your
National Guard, It wa* learned
52. rUh 19 PUt The evening stars are Jupiterand was the last possiblearea today. for hours every day. Do you 0 u6 heed Mornins

L Uncontrolled. 21. BaI- : Saturn. within city limit that The almost know a good agent They are Monte 4 m Mutual N>...
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French biologist Pas. minedfor
a a could be economically will believe
DOWN inn: ; will coincide with the retire cynic, but they 7 oil Mutual X_. d.1 Oood :Momma
anger 1. Keep .bbr. w teur was born on this day in phosphate.The ment to civilian life of Gen. anything for 10 per cent. Per 7 OS Mule hem Mutual T 00 Mutual Now
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I Drinking Father Drives ([The Weather--Local/ / And National; \Europe Middle East Celebrate

Seven To Their Deaths 1'3a

Christmas With
d, IYo yo Love Hate
CUMMING, Cia. (WJotaay A few !hours later 3..oOIdLinda 0 ,
Brown "wasn't /0
drunk, but wu the only living mem
he *M feeling pretty good" ber of Brown's family, and two
I when Billy Rodger he pued hit family and of Rodgers' children were dead. Fear Tension And Good Will
family into hit They left a 'hen roasting In ,
station wagon to hunt for ap the oven. Eleven: persons, seven 50 a...
pies for '
a Christina pie. of the children, crowded Into .....
the station wagon. Seven of By United Frees International three Israeli policemen and a way workers union w h I r h
them, Including five children Europe and the Ml8e feat Jordanian soldier were wound. called Christ "a man who never
Services Held drowned when It plunged Into a celebrated Christmas Hits yeerIn ed.The was" awl sM the Nativity
rain-swollen creek. an' atmosphere contrasting Communists cracked was ". fairy tale. that pollutes
"It was wet. The tires were '+ .. love and hate, hope and fur, open the Iron Curtain wide the mind of believers with
slick. The feltow was drinking o .. .. ... tension and good will. enough to let them***** of West wrong and wMCtentlflc ideas of
Under SkiesMississippi and speeding," said TrooperH. ko9 More than 1,000 pilgrims Berliner pay brief visit to the swrroundtnc world."
C. Pope as he watched divers } crossed from Israel Into Jor relatives In the divided elty's Soviet shops and factories
search Two-Mlie Creek for 0D danian-held old Jerusalem to Soviet sector. More than 800UA were open for business as usual. .
the bodies. ry worship at Chrletlnalty's oldest soldiers' ate Christmas. .
In The dead were Brown, 24, his 0 -t shrines while U.N. observers ner In West Berlin homes, ----
23.year-old wife Cora, and three Investigated a gun battle In the while others stood guard along
of their four children-Tommy Holy City Wednesday In which the city's Communist borden SIIOP IN "1 nR: IIUtN:
8, Brendan 4, and Joyce Ann Pop Paul VI noted this atmosphere
RIP LEY., Miss (UP0- 1-and Billy Rodgers Jr., 2, 1" Rn IN'JJlOt.UE.RS sat a In a Christmas Day
Streamers of sawdust raised by and Ms sister, Amanda Lee 3. A Frozen sermon at St. Peter's Basilica
the chill wind danced throughthe Billy Rodgers, 29, survived r Orange He urged efforts to make yule HemorrhoidsFitiurei
unfinished church and the with a broken collarbone and I.2 ,.. 'I tide good will more than "an
Christmas hymns rolled out his wife was unhurt. His Infant Illustonary and passing dream."
across the cotton fields. daughter Carol Christine, and In Communtet*rul.d Poland, I FitruUi. and
The worshippers dres.ed In little Linda Brown also lived. STORMY WEATHER Rain continued today to add lo the disaster of (the stricken North. Josef Cardinal Qyixynskl told i ether Rectal' Dueetettucce.tfully
work clothes and not their Sun Rodgers said Brown had been west. Flood waters threaten Portland, Oregon Rain Is also forecast from the New England 1.500! persons In Warsaw's Cathedral treated by
day best sat on makeshift drinking "and I call what he states south to Georgia and South Carolina. Rain Is also forecast for the Appalachians: with of St John that "the NON SURGICAL methodt. .
benches of board and blocks was drinking rotgut. He wasn't thundershowers predicted for north Florida, Alabama and Louisiana. Snow Is forecast for the only way to achieve political .
and the sun lit their hymnals drunk but he was feeling pret Rockies, the Great Lakes, the upper Ohio and Mississippi' Valleys. It will be cold In the north. Up peace, social peace, economic
through the open roof. ty good." ern Plateau the Midwest and In the Central Plains. peace and prosperity Is to re Dr. Earle Rabb
Their pastor stood beside two They decided to go hunt for spec the basic rights of human
bare pine trees ...d told them apples for a Christmas salad lOCAL OUTLOOK' Frozen concentrated orange beings."
"this Is a wonderful day, a and pies. They left their homes Partly cloudy with some local juice processing surged upward In Russia, Christmas was of. Clinic N.D.
truly Christmas ,ho. Pest last week as movement continued lie(lally ignored
day. In Gainesville where the men *rs High today 77 to Citrus ReportBy except by rkeesCT J-4M9 Wleterhevee
Most of the congreatlon were worked at a packing plant, and 83 Low tonight 65 to 70 South at the steady week's with the end result stocks that Gook newspaper of the rail.
Negroes, but there were 23 started looking. Little Amanda arty winds 10 to 20 miles per hand on
were up over a million
whites, and when the service sat quietly playing with a doll hour JACKSON A. HADDOX conditions which brought the gallons
ended, a Negro woman called she got for Christmas.As Polk Associate County Agent population above the normal low During the week
them to the front of the church. they approached a down. level. A decrease Is expected Florida dinners
With tears In her eyes, she The Citrus Experiment packed 1,982,341 gallon, THANKS
hill curve near a bridge over DUNDEE after December East district an increase of
some 940000
gave them huge boxes of apples Two Mile Creek Mrs. Rodgers tion's M Id-December Citrus Insect I* the highest gallons over the preceedlng
and oranges and gum said "we were riding at slow and Disease Summary Whltefly position have increased -
week, the Florida Canners Aisoclatlon fer e weeetiM, 19...
drops, and told them "It was speed and all of a sudden Mr. and Mrs. Toy Ivey and shows that the fall period of to above normal level
the least we could do, after Johnny picked up speed We sons attended a family reunionon Rust Mite abundance resulted and a further increase la expected. The reported today
what you've done for us." slid across the road and the Christmas Day at the home In population near normal those pack of figures alto exceeded HIT WISH IS TO All
Thanking her, they picked up last thing 1 knew we were turn. of their son-in-law and daughter level since late October A Mild weather has favored an week last the corresponding 'OR A HAPPY 19.
the tools they had laid aside to Ing over In the river." Mr. and Mr*.Kenneth Bryant gradual decrease Is expected Increase of snow scale. Dr. gallons, season lo by 370,000
according bxecullve
worship and went back to The car crashed through a and children of Lakeland. through January but all districts W. A, Slmantun, Entomologist Vice President Warren Savant.
work trying to finish the roof will have Important Infestations. Citrus
guard rail rolled down a rock. Experiment Station, says While
FCA member
the floors, the walls and the Mr. and Mrs Jack Thomasand moved
strewn embankment and Into Infestation will be that this scale requires repealed .
windows of the Antioch family, John Julian and Just OellaIIO gallons of FCOJ- Beef Insurance Agency
Baptist the 20-foot deep creek. lower on fruit than on leaves. applications for control. eT
797,762 In retail .1 III. -the Industry
Church. "We Just didn't make It," Ruth went to Albany Ga., for Jackson A. Kaddox, Polk Associate Treatments can be made In -lIb IIMCf IW

fire The apparently church was accidental destroyed two by Mrs.Rodgers Rodgers! ., thrown said. free, helped er's a holiday parents visit,Mr.with and the Mrs.form Porter growers County to keep Agent checking, urges their all before winter harvest If the are waiting not restrict periods 281 cent gallons.below Inventory last It still rose lags to 11,009-31 per ;_ :ilJ.:: .I... ...'Ly. It) leetley* H Meaner

months ago. For the past week, his wife to shore. Two unidentified Thomas. They also plan to groves for rust mites, and this ed. season at the 110 Awe. A. N.W. CY J-4147
time however
students and faculty members passersby rescued the visit In Macon with Mrs. Is especially Important where same ,
from Oberlin College In Ohio two little girls. Thomas' mother Mrs. Ethel fruit I.111 on the trees
have been working with the The others drowned, and Yates, and other relatives.Mr. Texas Citrus Mite populationshave
congregation to rebuild It. divers found their bodies on the and Mrs. Joe Waters reached fall peak(light
The church sits In a cotton bottom of the creek. ly above the moderate level
left for Lake Butler for a holiday
field on a remote country roadIn Slate Police Cpl. C. F. Abernathy visit with the former's normal for December A decrease ILAYrEXe
this red clay country of Is The Citrus
said "at least 8,000" persons parents Mr. and Mr*. J. L. expected
North Mississippi. Its congregation dropped their Christmas Waters. They were accompanied Red Mite population will continue
consists of the Negro farm. to be at low level.
activities to flock to the scene. by Miss Waunel Walkerof a
ers whose small homes dot the Some almost fell Into the waterIn Halves City. Only a few scattered grove will
fields and woods. their eagerness to get a view develop Important Infestation.
There has been resentment of of the grim recovery of the Roy Holley of Tampa visited Most scale populations will be
the "Christmas Carpenters." bodies. the past week with Mr. and Mrs. of little Importance except the t
While they worked ChristmasEve C. M. Porter and other friends following two should be watch. \1
someone tossed firecrack here. ed-Yellow Scale and Black t
ers from a passing car Some In his patrol car, a canine at Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burnett Scale. A further Increase expected tl
one tore down the church's his feet. "We've been watching and son Jlmml went to Jacksonville In the Yellow Scale GIANTr
mailbox. this construction site closely" to visit during the holidays population. The highest districtsare
During the service Christmas he said. "Something could hap with th.lr.on and daugh- Central and South. The Increase r
morning Tlppah Count) Sheriff pen here and we wouldn't want ter-in-law, SMI and Mrs. Joe of Black Scale Is attributed
Wayne Mauney sat outside that." H. Burnett and family. to favorable weather

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Sunday, December 27 1964

.. .... "" ,,. rfl.Yllo."" ,;..1"d',..; ,.' ""''','"''."i'" c Two KilledIn

Dr. DowneyTo r ." ",T 'J ,0 "f' : { ;"iI:;. :. J:

Preach At ChristmasDay


Hope Church M w r, III Shooting

Th* Rev Dr. Edward P. -Two people were killed and

Downey, pastor emeritus at three other Injured here In two
The Church-By-Tbe-Sea, Ft.
separate Christmas Day shoo
Lauderdale, will be the guest: G
tng*-on* a "triable affair"and
at the U a.ra service -
preach.r the o t h e r a mltor's spat
toda> at Hope pr.sbj tartan with a divorcee.

Church Assisting Dr. Downey TWM ir.cn were Jailed. They
In the service will be one of his ,
were 44-year-old Chart** Henry
twin sons, the Rev. William H.
of Church. Ray, a construction companyowner
Downey pastor Hope and Ronald J. Roach
Dr. Downey Is well known to
the assistant manager ot a
many of the residents of Winter
Haven. From 1939-1942 he was 4. l drive-in grocery.
pastor of First Presbyterian Ray was Jailed on an open
charge of homicide In the shooting *
Church hers In our community. 'rhr
deaths of Faye O'Neal and
Dr. Downey retired from active
the woman's 33-year-old) tx-hus
service In the mlnlitr'
having served two churches in band, Walter O'Neal.
Roach was charged with as*
Ft Lauderdale during a periodof
null to commit murder after
twentythree years, M well
u organizing five Presbyterian r he surprised his 25-year-old
cocktail waitress wife, Margie,
churches la that ar...Beginning
Sunday, January 3, he will lead and Gary L. Cotttnghane, 22,
home and shot them both.
worship and preach at the at his
"overflow" services of The Mrs. Roach was critically Injured .

Church By The Sea, sad Cottlnghane was in

which will be held at the Yankee R -'IJ.III" __,, -..ri>V 1._ liiTaisA fclJIi' frTTn> >ffi fc ......_____ satisfactory condition at a hoes
Clipper Hotel where worshippers pital.

Room for brunch at 10 a.m., and From roof of Administration Building ..Situated students must go through it and his ex-wife had been bar.

the U o'clock service will beheld bopping with Ray and they
around the tables College Officials stopped by Ray's office for a

Churches Schedule Servicemen Tornado Kills Two nightcap. Fay O'Neal and Ray

(Continued From Page One) got embroiled in an argument
and Ray shot the woman, police
students Present enrollment 1s

James Harrell slightly over 1,000. said.Ray turned and shot O'NealIn

This college being in a very Student ServicesStudent Stay Home InPhilippines In Georgia SweepMACON the back, killing him, officers
small community has the added said, then pumped several

function of providing facilities more bullets into Faye's limp
Dies At Age 53 for community activities. Various recognition servicesare Others participating are: body. A stray shot hit O'Neal's

parts of the college are planned In several Winter Larry Fshn.tock scriptureand Ga. (UPI) A tor. witness In Mllledgevllle said mother In the shoulder.
designed with this In mind, such Haven churches today with prayer; Carleen Backer, nado roared out of the darkness "It sounded like a freight Detectives said Ray wantedto

Jsmel R, Hsrrell, 53, of San as a large auditorium at the vacationing college students prayer; Larry and Annette along a 40 mile path through train" marry Faye O'Neal who

Francisco, Calif., died Dec. 10 front of the campus. participating in the worship Stewart a duet. "lie"; Ty: MANILA (UPI) More than central Georgia Saturday, killing Five persons were Injured at kept her former husband's last

In San Francisco.A The library Is designed for services Gregory, chorister; Beverly 10,000 UA airmen at Clark two persons and Injuring) at Mllledgevllle none seriously.The name after their divorce, and

native of Florida, Mr. public use u well as student College students will be rec Balkcom, organist and Jennifer Field 60 miles north of here, least a dozen others. storm carried wind up also lived with O'Neal and his
Hsrrell was a merchant sea- use, and meeting rooms are have been ordered to spend the) The twister knifed Into the to 100 miles an hour. In Mllledgevllle mother.
ognized during morning Harper pianist
available In buildings throughout base at home toprevent ancient oak
weekend on or nearby community of Gray, destroying it ripped
trade.He .
tan by worship service st First Chris A fellowship hour will be
the trouble with anti-Amer the The trees
from ground.
campus.A a trailer home and a
Is survived! by three sisters circular drive Is now being tlun Church the Rev. James held following the worship service lean demonstrators in nearby farm house. Two men were were those the United Daughters
Mrs D. II Hammond N. Barnett said. at the home of Mr. and George Smith
built around the main cam Angeles City. killed there and five person of the Confederacy have
of Lakeland; Mrs Gladys pus complex, with parking outside The theme, "The Churches' Mrs Ed Shores injured been fighting to preserve.A .
Hebb of Auburndale, and Mrs of this oval. This Is In Outreach to the Campus," will A Student Recognition Service A 36-hour restriction was It danced from Macon to Mil.ledgevllle Cray police department

Johnnie McVicar of Homestead keeping with the modern philosophy be carried out st First Baptist also will be held tonight clamped on the base at noon on a 40 mile trail of spokesman said the tornado hit

; four brothers, II. M. of a pedestrian Island and Church at 7:30: p.m. at 7:30 st Trinity Methodist! base today.were Servicemen Instructed living to off spend the destruction. The twister awlrled about 1 a.m. Dies At Age 61

Hsrrell of Gainesville K. G. periphery parking, a concept Student talks around the Church with college student the weekend at home down Mllledgevllle' main "It twisted one of those trail.

Harrell of Klngiport, N,J.. G. which Inpressed the Polk delegation topic "This Is Today's Campus leading the service street smashing s tor. s and er homes all up," he said. "It George W. Smith, 61, a resident '-

W,, Harrell of Lakeland and very much. ,'. will be given by six Mini Shirley Mooney a The Manila Times said troop. home also hit a house." of 132 Mason Street Au
C M Hsrrell of Auburndale.Funeral "I like the buildings on this young people guest student from Florida ers of the Philippine national "Everything that could be unroofed The dead at Cray were Identified at
t died Friday night
to a limited extent," police have been alerted to deal a* Bill Edwards, 43, a burndale.
services will be held campus Speaking on academic emphasis Slate University will sing during or turned over, was, a
said The main resident of the and a Bartow hospital after a long
with Communist
from the Dr. Lenfest any attempt to
Monday at 2 p.m. will be Diane Titus, : the service.Wilbur .
objection of the localpeople was stir up trouble at the mass James H. Plttman 41, who illness
graveside al Osklswn Verne social whirlwind, Ronnie Van Buddhists
that the construction was far too meeting in Angeles Sunday May lived on the farm. He was a native of Georgiaand
tery in Winter Haven with the much like a high school."I Duyne; religious cllmatt Vic Five member of their lam!. moved to Auburndale in
Rev Ernie Habecker. pastor kie Vail ..Angeles is In Pampang Continued From One)
feel that there should bea Peters' ( Page lies were Injured. 1923. lie formerly was employed
of the Webster Avenue Bsptlit On "The Church Reaches Province, which was a hotbed
complete break from high The tornado cut its path of by the city of Auburn-
of Communist terrorism In the hoodlums" to try to burn down
Church officiating. "Dr. the Campus, Jack McCartywilljjptTk destruction few feet aboveground
school to a Junior college, days before the late President the center's storehouse on a dale in the maintenance department
Arrangements were made commented.. "Stu on the program of at MHVodgevlll.
Lenfestey a'memberof
He was
Ramon Magsaysajincrushed the"p14Huh Christina night The .
by Kersey Funeral iiomFChristmas dents don't have the added advantage student work; Allen Baldwinon Dies Suddenly t.; 1 displayed a gasoline-filled bottle "It sheared off tree and the Flrat.Baptiat Church of

'oj of being able to getaway the college church and guerrUlasylAn several short iron bars and power polls," a witness said Aoburnd (U: "%vm.' .t '
from home, so I think we Marshall Bates on the home Air Force spokesman said soaked "Window caved In and carports
Bad gasoline cotton waste In lit Is survived by his widow
should do what we can to keep church Annette Stewart willpnilde the restriction was t "routine were blown away."
support of the charges. But Francis Smith Of Auburn-
this from looking like more high Wilbur D. (Bill) Peters 54. precautionary measure," Intended A number of department Mrs
Day For Thief school." of 218 Brldgers Ave died suddenly to forestall friction between they would not let newsmen stores were heavily damaged in dale; two daughters Mrs

"We would not think of building Friday morning at his Filipino and UA setttcemen talk with a prisoner captured Mllledgevllle. Charles Krell of Lakeland, and

HOUSTON (UPO Nothing a building without air conditioning We HendricksDies home during the demonstra In the brawl. Torrential rain accompaniedthe Mrs. Ronald Fitzgerald of Au

went right Christmas Day fora ," Dr. Fordyce said He was a native of Michigan lion, called to protest the shooting barber The ,captive had a, an bandaged 18-year-old head storm. Lightning crackledand burndale; three sons, Charles
teen-aged Houston car thief. the Intruders thunder boomed In the Smith and W Carlton
One Innovation at college and moved to Auburndale in of Filipino by wound and appeared to be of E.
The 16-year-old boy stole a that Is very nice Is a complete 1947 He was a truck brokerby sentries tt UA bls".. Chinese descent. area. Smith of Auburndale, and Bill

car but It ran out of gas. He underground electrical system, Suddenly trade and owned and operated Angeles City Councilman Carlos The Buddhists claimed the Mllledgevllle police made a Smith of Lakeland; two ales
stole another but It
car overturned *
u he rounded a corner almost completely eliminating the 1)111) Peters Trucking Sandlco, sponsor of the anti. gang drove up to the center In door.toodoor search for injured ten, Mrs. Mae Rfwis of Au
poles sticking up all over the Service American demonstration, six taxis and broke .nto the persons burndale and Mrs Alec Tid-
at high .
speed.Uninjured Hendricks 52,
he fled the scene campusA William Alton\ He is survived by his widow, charged that it was a "repris compound. Some of the attackers well of Tamps; two brothers
big problem at the school 830 First St., South, died
and stole yet a third car which Mrs, Theresa Peters of Au al" against the city, whose 150- started a fir in the library, William P. Smith and Richard

promptly burst into flame as which at was other also schools a common visited problem -, early He Friday was a night native of Green burndale; one son Wilbur D. odd bars, restaurants Lid nightclubs but It went out before much Fire Injures Smith, both of Birmingham -

he drove It, was the lack of knowledge about Cove Springs and moved to Win- Peters Jr., of Benton Harbor ester largely to airmen. damage was done. Ala, eleven grandchildren

Then a relative turned him where underground pipes were. ter Haven from Lake Wales 25years Miih one stepdaughter: Mrs "They know the city has a The attack, Its motive undisclosed .

In to the police. This Is proved to be very costly ago. lie was a memberof Barbara Whitney of Auburn- military-base; economy, and was in Saigon the third within againstBucHhlsts five Red FoleyNASHVILLE Funeral services will be held

--- when construction of the circular the Winter Haven Church of dale; four sisters, two broth. they're trying to retaliate," Monday at 10 a m, from the
drive was started and some Christ. ers and two grandchildren Sa deco told UPI by telephone It came at a time when U.s. Kersey Funeral Home Chapel

Ken Cumming pipes were accldently broken. He Is survived by his widow funeral arrangements will "This should show the peopleof official ordered stepped up security Term. (UPI) with the Rev. W. W Watson,

The Polk officials like the overall M ra Edna Anderson Hendrlcksj; be announced later by Kersey Angeles that it'* about time measures at American Country music singer Red Foley pastor of the First Missionary
(Continued From Page One) concept Central Florida a daughter Mrs Loretta Martini tuners! Home.Local they do something' about their Installations In South Viet and his wife were Injured Baptist Church officiating assisted

ming explained She laid however Junior College but Indicatedthat and a son, Richard Hen econom." Nam In an effort to prevent today when lire swept through by the Rev. E L. Johns,
that Barbara attended they have bigger plans for dricks, all of Winter Haven more acts of terrorism by the their luxury apartment pastor of Grace Baptist
some of the clacse with her the Polk school. three sisters Mrs. Bertha The organizer of the rally Communist Viet Cong. Fir Chief Paul Hinds said Church of Auburndale. Inter.

parent American history, Joyner and Mrs Lots Joyner Citrus hop to collect 10.000 signatures A massive explosion believedset Foley received a "badly burned ment will be in Auburndale
which all Juniors study at Win both of Winter Haven, and Mrs. on a petition demanding the run Communists wrecked hand" and his wife was over Memorial Park with arrangements
Continued From Page One) by
ter Haven High School will have DUNDEE Ethel Batten of Green Cove ( call of "Ugly Americans" from of part ot a bachelor officers' come by smoke during the by Kersey Funeral

special meaning to the young Springs; and seven grandchildren being when her husband wasn the Philippines, Investigation quarters In the heart of the blaze in their eighth floor Home
lady. Mr. and Mr*. Jim Hennon, the hotpitaL the shooting of about 30 Filipino capital Christmas Eve dwelling here.

"The people her have made here from Fort Wayne, Ind. Funeral aervlcea will beheld She darted work as a grader treapusars and compensation There were two American Both Foley and his wife were

us feel so welcome," Mrs. are fettled In Dundee Motel this afternoon al 2:30: o'clock on Nov. 4, 1934 but soon for the families of victim, dead among the 110 casualties reported in satisfactory condi-

Dimming said. "We have never for the winter months, from the Ott-Laughlln Funeral changed to packing fruit Investigators believed the bomb, tion at Baptist Hospital where Street Lined

been made to feel like foreigner Mr. and Mr, Lehman Moor Home Chapel with the B. J. where she has been ever weighing between 100 and 200 they were treated and held for

." and children have left for Georgia Cheatham minister of the Cen- since While she has no children Auto Traffic pounds, was smuggled into the oblerYl'lon.
And they are not foreigners- to spent Christmas with tral Church of Christ, officiating In a car Hinds laid the fire apparently
the Ken Cummings are citizens Mr. Moor*'* parent, Mr. and Burial will follow In of her own calls, everyone her "Aunt affectionately (Continued) From Page One) building It ripped garage through two floor started on a sofa, set drapes With MoneyATLANTA

of the United States America Mr*. Hugh Dorsey and family Auburndale Burial Park. onvllle\ stood up in his boat of brick and cement scatteringdebris aflame and burned a door and

-0- Lottie, while fishing In the St. John and broken glass hundreds rug In the apartment. (UPO tt must
Robtrtson. known as 'Mai- River and fell overboard. SI of feet around. Officials "We don't know Just how It have been Christmas Police

cy, took pride In telling of mon Parrott, a 52-year-old Ml- ordered a bdement-to.cell1nr started yet. There were lamp found a street paved with
the improvements that have amen, was fishing in Lake search of every American billet lighted near the) sofa, and It money.
taken place through the years, Okeechtibee: when his boat cap- In Saigon and stationed two could have been a short In the Patrolman B. E. Stanford

'rrS. one of the major ones being cited and he drown. Navy guards at every entranceto wiring" Hind said aid h* collected $631 along ISO
t the switch from hand truckIng Kelly Eat man, a 3-year-old forestall further acts of sabotage. Hinds said the fire department yard of a southwest Atlanta

operation to lift truck Archer boy, was fishing on abridge learned of the blue street Friday.

equipment in 1950-51. Maxcy on State Rod 24 with Bomb experts opened all through an automatic alarm Innkeeper Lee Sander Thorn

has \been with the packinghouse his father and grandfatherwhen Christmas present at the U. S. system."Foley. a*, 65, told officer h* lost the
for all 30 years and Is be via truck and killed naval hospital where the was awake when we money.

now a fresh fruit receiving by a passing car. State trouper wounded were recuperating go there and I imagine he He said he put a boa of pro-
,1r foreman He Is In charge of said there were signs sayInf Only then were the guts delivered burned h t m s ell trying to reeds from his In on the run.
"no fishing from brldje" at put the fire out. His wife wa* nlng board of
sl f receiving records, unloading, to the patient his truck while
PL both ends of the span Prim Minister Trill Van till la bed, Hind added he loaded the vehicle) withChristmas
and coloring rooms.
Hind said Mr*. Foley wa
A twvear wreck la St. P* Huong spoke over the national presents
Boyd. known ss "Red" by treated with a portable iVial
t.nbw'lkUled 41 year old radio network to wish Amerl- Thomas said he was so intent *
friends of 30 years' standing Charles Eddie Williams, and cuts la Viet Nam a Merry liar at a nearby apartment until oa his Christmas present

has remained faithful to the Susie B. Edwards, 32, was Christmas aDd Happy New an ambulance; arrived The that be forgot the box and It
trucking end of the business. truck and killed while walking Year. fire did not spread beyond Fol fell Into the street a* he drove

Although vehicles I have across UJ 411 near Canal "You are risking your lives ey' apartment. home.

changed he is still very much Point. Both were Negroes, al every moment to defend the

at home on wheels Boyd has Aa II year old Jacksonville most noble cause that can bet

six children, and the other boy WM the first fatality recorded the cause of freedom," be RYE GRASS SEED"FOR
told how much they enjoyed during the holiday Police said. "We pay tribute\ to

having his boys work here said David Chambers' car your devotion and high sense of

after school hours during the went out of control south of duty, and all that characterizes A GREEN LAWN

war years when labor was Jacksonville and rolled ow, the great nation that you proud ALL WINTER"

scarce His grsndchlldren now killing blm Instantly. ly belong to." ..
outnumber his children PW.

The activities of McCarty SECURITIES io 1 us.
i bawl been somewhat more diversified INVESTMENT

by pushing a hand truck. Di* ejjry HW Ni -|
/N 4 Whys he came back from IM ".'"1111 tgrtngNTATivnJ.
service t* 1M be. went tt ......f AMM a ..*.* C AHMNik LL'Sji.ii.'Hbi.'i.Li.i W
work as a label and stock ,.... ... ..... of !! .

IT clerk la the cannery The be Ce.toty' Oldest |r.Wt*.* *'... .. f iYisSOUTHLIT
control lathe '
went to Inventory
single strength Juice ware- ALLEN & COMPANY ii( ,.
WAS A GREAT CHRISTMAS That U If the Legionnaire of Winter Raves had anything bouse. and BOW la a warehouse
to do with It Thursday afternoon truck with drivers and helper! loaded up at the hall superintendent He Is the father Sit ... UM .....* PLAZA
had and food for Christmas Shown above left to C*... *M4
and worked until 10 families gifts a big day of am children, four boys Iebetedltort/. Phase i MtlMIlT rlt.no
right Pat rinneran, Bill Clarke, SUm SummervUle and Julius Menk are helping to load two of ZSu.n1Page
and two girls
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CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Sunday December 27 1964

I 1 I'-Tourist Club Notes | Havenite Wins Photo AwardsPerry EAL Employes Hot Race For Democratic

<,)\,' 'i,!
Slocum, owner and 1, "" Treat Senate Whip Boiling Up
The program of entertainment Mr. EmUy Howard, Mr*.Catherine of Stocura Water Gar. ( OrphansTo
at the Tourist Club on Leonhar, Mr*. Jean operator -
Tuesday evening will Include Melkle, Mrs MM Paquin Mr. dens, has just bean cited with J, WASHINGTON (UPI-A hot ley but Truman said he was
three travel Elmo, all sound Edna Rogers. Mr*. Pauline two fin place award In exhl-- ChristmasWASHINGTON race for Democratic whip 1* already committed to Harrison
motion pictures, In color. ROM and Mrs Irma Shriver. .tlod l photographic( boding up In the Senate, but "Pressure was exerted, of
The films have been secured In the men' division the winner MtMMM oldttmer. say It'* a hoJium at. course, to get me to change my
by Bob Hill recreation director were Will Dempsey, Norman He took tint piece la a nature fair when compared to the fire position, but It didn't work,"
from Miami. On. is Detwller Ernest Garrison, content held by the 13tn (UPI) Op. works of 1M7. Truman wrote to Gregory.
entitled "JamaicaNo Place E. Johnson, D. Larmon, J.H. International Exhibition of A :::: 6 eratlon Christmas Special, a That was when the late Alben Berkley' version published
Like Home." and produced by McIntyre, Orvs Ottgen, W. H.Plckens Photography In Worcester red-carpet airline flight that W. Barley of Kentucky defeated later, was that Truman first pro.
the Jamaica Trawl Board. An Han Relmer, Hugh England, with a color elide entitled took only 30 minute and had the late Pat Harrison of M'..... mired to support him but sue.
accompanying brochure describes Rogers, John Simpson G. M. Cedar Waxwlng Feed. ; as it* destination a small-sired slppl for the Senate Democratic cumbed to pro.Harrtson prey
It ss emphasising"sun- Solomon, Russell Rose, L. B. ing Young' mountain of ice cream and leadership The race I vividly ure.
shin and palm trees, sandy Treat, J. Wackerlln and William The award was a plaque cake has been pronounced an recalled In a thesis by Neil At any rate Truman bucked
beaches and blue lagoons, Westphal. which wai lent from England unqualified success.The Gregory now an aide to Sen. Roosevelt who was later to tap
calypso rhythm and beautiful Winners of the Wednesday Over 1,000 slides were entered night; Friday aboard a Albert Gore, D.Tenn. him as a running mate, by
g1rW'rTb. afternoon card games were Ruth r4 four-engine Constellation carrl Harrison "attracted the support voting against Barkley who he
other two films are pro BarkweU, Battle Crawford, from photographers all over ed 90 underprivileged youngsU of the moderate who subsequently picked as his own
duced by British Ov.rseasAlr- Anne Dempsey, Caroline Dean, the world. ers on a Christmas Day sight wanted to seal the party running mate.Harrison .
ways One la "Jet Bridge to Gertrude King Ruby Mann, The other first prize war a seeing tour above Washington be. breach" opened by President figured before the
the Orient,"featuring air travel Anna Samjellna, Aneta Slevert medal given by the Nature DIvision : x fore landing them at Dulles In. Roosevelt's court. packing plan contest his friends told Gre.
and sightseeing In San Francisco Mabel Smalley and Jean Tucker. of the Photographic So- ternatlonal Airport and an after. and other administration pro. gory that Barkley had one
Honolulu, Tokoy and Attends on Thursday eveningfor ciety of America for the best noon-lonj party. posals, writes Gregory while more vote than he did-Includ.
Hong Kong. The other la entitled card game was the largest slide In the tall nature salon The entire project was arranged Barkley "was recognized as a ing that of his Mississippi CoU
"A Million Lights Shall 10 far this Season There were a photo of a female blue- by a group of Eastern spokesman for the Senate lib. league and bitter political en.
Glow," and la devoted primarily 17 tables playing bridge, seven bird entering Its home In I Air Lines employee a* a Christmas nail and an unquestioning emy Theodore G. Bilbo. Ore.
to Hong Kong, featuring"colorful tables of pinochle, three tablesof tree with a mouthful of insects present for the youngsters Roosevelt follower" gory cites a published report
lanterns, curio shops, six-handed canasta,one five- AjJp many of whom were orphan The race began with a bang that Bilbo told Byrnes he would
restaurants, quaint allay and hundred table and one game of lie also got two honorable Everyone involved pilots, upon the death of Democratic vote for Harrison If the Missis.
dazzling night life, hillside cribbage mentions In this contest which stewardesses, volunteered and leader Joseph T. Robinson of slpplan personally asked him to,
homes and harbor full of Chinese On Christmas Day a goodly held in San Francisco ramp agent to Arkansas and, together with the but that Harrison replied "tell
Junks." number of member and friend was give up the holiday without pay court fight "created co much that. of a. I wouldn't speak
This different of enjoyed a covered-dish One was a woodthruih feeding to make the children's dream
type pro- dinner strife that senators quarrelledover to him if It meant the presi.
gram 1* open to all member followed In the afternoon with Its young and the other a male come true. companions they were dency of the United States"
and their friends the regular shuffleboard party flicker In the act of feeding The Constellation, normally placed with in the funeral pro. With Hugo Black of Alabama
Member arriving from the and card games.Because some young birds. used on Eastern's New York. cession" at Little Rock, says acting as teller the secret bal.
cold North In time for Christmas Washington shuttle, took off Gregory lots were cast July 21, a week
are Mrs. E. 8. Ballard of from Washington National Air- "Tnere followed a series ofpressures after Robinson's death, in a
West Virginia; Mr and Mrs port. After landing at Dulles the seldom equalled In battered panama hat belonging
Otto Donnaly of Michigan; Mrs. Cancer Detection NATURE PHOTOGRAPHER -. Perry Slocum Hsven children were treated to special the history of the United to the late Sen Carter Glass of
Margaret Devney of Minnesota; holds one of two International photography awards he has Just refreshments, a ride on one of States," according to Gregory Virginia Barkely and Harrisonran
Mr. and Mrs R. E. Lewis of wonboth first places for nature pictures. He Is displaying the the Federal Aviation Agency'sbig Sources of pressure were the neck.and.neck throughout
N.wYorkMr.; and Mrs.C.Roe first prize picture, which 1* reproduced below mobile lounge, a walk administration and it* far-flung the long count and were tied 37.

j of Honda, Pa. and Mill Is Releasedresults through a new Boeing 727 Jet political allies for Barkle, and 37 with only one ballot un.
Mabel Shriver of Ohio. Pamphlet and a tour of the airport's fa the National Manufacturers' As. opened. It was for Barkley
The winners of the shuffleboard cllltle from control tower to Delation and other business In. ---- --
parties last week were fire engines terests for Harrison.Sen. .

Mrs. Florence BallenUne,Mra. many persons wantto health service, made possibleby 1'r James F. Byrnes of Visits Grave
Edna Delbler Mr. Edna Don know more about early detection public contributions during South Carolina withdrew u a
nelly, Mr*. Fern From, Mr. of cancer, to better the annual fund-raising and Educational Veteran AffairsHoward candidate to unofficially man.
Myrtle Harris, Mr*.Alice Horn protect themselves fatalTHAT'S Crusade and separate age Harrison's campaign and
Elect Robert F. Kennedy
donations received from legacies New York financier BernardM.
of the disease, a new
D NY. brother of the late
free pamphlet Is being made wills and bequests and H. Enlow, County Baruch worked vigorously ,
President John F.
WATER ,4LLLRfI'PHILADELPHIA available by the Florida Division grants made through foundations t Service Officer for Polk County for the Mississippian Kennedy,
lei'sic reactions to water-fiom Society and Its Unit offices located recognized national voluntary representative from the Polk position was Illustrated by the the Kennedy grave In Arlington
swimming. bathing or sweating in key cities throughoutthe health agencies. County Veterans' Service Office late Sen. Tom Connally of Cemetery .
have been reported by D.... elate County Unit offices Bartow Florida, will be Texas when he wrote in his Military authorities said Kennedy
Walter B. Shelley and Howard are listed on the regular white in Winter Haven Thursday at the memoir that "a carload of arrived at the hillside
M. Ralston of the University of pages of telephone directoriesin Old City Hall Building (Court patronage Jobs was being of. graveslte early in the morning
Pemuylvsnla School of Medicine the following titles Gainesville West Germans room) corner of 6th and Central' fered to anyone who would and stayed for a few moments.
Panama City Melbourne Ave., from 9am. to 4 p.m. leave Pat for Barkley." The authorities said other vial
The dermatologists claim that Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Jacksonville r e to assist veterans and their dependents Harry S. Truman of Missouri ton to the grave were few In
water Is the common denominator Pensacola,Tampa,Ft. or survivor with any reported that Tom Pendergast, number during the day
in a host of hive.Ilk. reactions Myers, Tallahassee Braden- Visit FriendsIn matter pertaining to verteran the Kansas City political boss,
which for years have ton, Ft. Walton Beach,Orlando, affairs. called to solicit a vote for Bark. SIIOP IN WINTER HAVEN
been blamed on heat emotion West Palm Beach St. Petersburg *
exertion or chollnerglc drugs Clearwater, Bartow,Sarasota > *'# r\
Their theory reported In the and Daytona Beach The EastBERLIN .. .1.1 iT"\
Journal of the American Medical The pamphlet titled "Thing "%..> /.,

Association I. that water You Should Understand If You .s. .. .... ."-
reacts with the sebum or secretions Want A Cancer Examination," (UPI) Thousandsof ....:..,,-- ;j!
of oil glands of the skin was produced under the direction West Berliners, laden with :o& ;: .' .:;::._;.
of the Florida Cancer Council Christmas gifts, began lining up ro. -
and approved by the Amer.. before dawn today to visit rela
lean Cancer Society live In the divided city' So.
SHOP IN ,WINTER HAVEN, The leaflet tell about the viet sector 1964 Year
physician's role in cancel detection The Communists opened six Dangerous

and also how an In. narrow passages through theirBerlin rss + ,
I dividual's background and medical wall Its cold stone outline -
New "history" provide Information softened by light mow, to ,I

as to whether or not let aa expected horde of West For Africa DiplomatsWASHINGTON '.' ,,,Ii
DAY NURSERY cancer might be present. Subject Berliners Into usually forbidden ':

briefly and authentically East Berlin.An FREMACS SEMIANNUALCLEARANCE .

Completely discussed Include, skin cancer estimated 85,000 persons ')., '
cancer of the breast and female surged Into East Berlin Friday. (UPI) 19S4 States and the heated exchanges ,
Centrally genital organ; cancer of the As many or more were expected was a dangerous year for U.S. at the United Nations over the "
and Air Conditioned rectum prostate nose, mouth today with another crowd diplomats In Africa. V. S..Betglan airborne r..cueof .
and throat There Is also a anticipated on New Year's Day.. Four were forced to eat the white hostages in the Congo ,
listing of "Cancer's Seven The Christmas pass agreement American flag In the Congo But U. S. official Insisted today
Kept by Danger Signal," which provides was the result of prolonged where they were held for more that despite the difficulties Your mid-uason opportunity to replenish your wardrobe "
an aid for early detection. negotiations between than three months by Stanley of 1964, the United States goes
Hour Day Week Individual detailed pamphlets East German and West Berlin vllle rebels Into 196S with good rapport In ;.' ; at' tremendous savings.MEN'S .
and booklets on the above officials The present pass pe- Another rushed into a crowdto most of the 34 African countries ,r' !
type of cancer Including cancer riod began Dec. 1' and will end raise the American flag at. where It has embassies ", ,
Mother Goose I of the lung, leukemia, and Jan. 3. Another two-week pass ter It had been hauled down by G. Mennen Williams,assistant .
cancer of the digestive tract period Is scheduled for Easter. anti.U.S. demonstrators In Gha. secretary of state for African ; .
: ,
NurseryPHONI are also available at American West Berliners must return affairs, noted in a speech ear. :

Cancer Society offices, from Soviet Berlin every night na.Two were arrested at gunS Uer this year that the United Regularly 12.98 to 1698 J
midnight-except on New had some humiliating i .. ..
213-5202 without charge Literature provided by point In Zanzibar. States ,11 .
by the American Cancer Year's Eve, when all-night vis Such Incidents have put a experiences in the first yearsof : <*. Now 7.99. to 10.99 ", rt ai
100 AVINUI I. M.W. Society Is offered a* a public Its will be permitted. train on U. S. .African diplomatic diplomatic relation with Af. ,v ')* "'))1 ,M, "
rapport, a* have the racial rica back in the late 18th Cen. ;; : ; .: \\0 ,
I I incidents encountered by tury. \." )
i African diplomat in the United Williams recalled thai In 1'789. ,pel= SWEATERSJACKETS, <\} ;t.
t .. '1
I. the American frigate George i ,\, .
Q 111IIJI r Washington, after delivering St
barrels of sliver dollar In tri. MEN'S SWEATERS BOYS' SWEATERS A ?

bole forced to at the gunpoint Bay of Algeria to transportan wa wwi 190 lo 1998 were 7.98,to 8 98 .a;

THE tlnople Algerian. mission to conatan. now'5.99to-10,99 ; now 4.99 A: ,

"Obviously" William said,
"good diplomatic rapport was
HAPPYDIFFERENCE not a characteristic of early re. y A ,
latlons between Africa and the

United States." a
Among more recent humllla. a


I LIKE ABOUT -In January V. S. Consul

Frederick P. Picard in wa are
MORRISON'SCAFETERIA rested at gunpoint by the then
revolutionary president of Zan.

"NEW IDIAS. new spirit new tlbab, Abeld Karume. According S LAC K S Famous Brand
leadei ihtp ti what the Re A'TH SUKARNO Reports to U. 8. spokesmen, Karume 4'season Dengeline
pub)', n Party needs, says that Indonesia President stormed up to Picard while he Men's & Boys' Cotrils Grizzly Gabs Men's Dress Slacks
Rep. Gerald R. Ford of Achmed Sukarno may step wa talking to four new. S,98
4.98 7.98
Michigan In announcing In down Tor reason of health men In a hotel, and charged reg reg were
Washington that he will try put the spotlight on Dr. him with giving them false In. now 2.99 now 2.99 now 5.99
to wrest the minority leadership Chotrul Saleh ,iabove I a* a formation for the "lies" Kara.

from Rep Charles A. poulble .u elllOr. Saleh .la me said they put In their stor. SHIRTS-I Men and Boys
Halleck of Indiana described aa "a Communist les.
with Peking orientation" ""1Iy don't you recognlM,"
shout. Reg. and ButtonlS Corduroy l/S Cotton L/S Domain
Karume was quoted a*
lag at Plcard before pulling a down collars Shirts Flannel Plaids

looking far motley feconsoJte'aff pistol and arresting him. Third reg 400 & 500 were 4.00 were 3.39 were 5.00
Donald K. Petterson
YlSatudav those bills also .u arrested at gunpoint.In now 2.99 now 2.99 now 1.99 now 2.99
+ February, a mob of Gha.
t M[ wrnI. nalana demonstrated outside the RAINCOATS-I lip-in lined
Q U. S. embassy In Accra and
Is n. Me To See pulled down the flag Diplomat one group was one group wes
I See4.v Emerson: Player rushed out, 1495 1795
K l lb. Slflel, 1104 Everyday, that's what more people AT ACCEPTANCE seized the flag and ran It backup 9.99 12.99
File Ml**** TVk the staft. He war later com. now now
Ik Cheeped S rleU4V are saying about Morrison's in mended by President Johnson

____ -:_"S_PlATE____ West Palm Beach, Nashville' New CORPORATION OP FLORIDA the for American"your bravery flag"la protecting We cater to your good appearance

FREE NjhttPutt Orleans, and other important cities -la August when Congolese { 1
B mt sear (oweAse rest St tow toe PAveaPtS rebel overall titanleyvtlle, ".so h
sob ieta throughout the Southeast. CASH .1 CASH it CAIN r Consul Michael Hoyt and three
Spend l Pbtn IRE ',,;N nwP 'N a? ssam e?IN W. of hi colleague were taken F IIR'EIMmACuS'nmij
swoon tit iooro a2Sco ttIOS5 1 5 Into custody moved from pri*. i 1
Uneo/ua iio4ataoailno3I oa to prison, and at one point
......_ were forced) to eat the flag

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IN MM e? Un >MBA
I IIIVKI eaaeew vi re MM aid.) The diplomats, after dodo
glng rebel bullets aloof with & BOYS' WEAR

other white hostage, were res.
t913 6TH ST N. W. WINTER HAVEN CY 3-3194 cued by the X-DelgUa air. North ate Shopping Center-Winter HavenFJ
-We* CeMrel Averse lit 24 $e.eee. NW drop U November



Reduces Cirrhosis Ed-ol-de-1teetlt 8 ai t 71 '

Life Span '

i, DtorewiATHER'
I UPI Science Editor
i NEW YORK (UPI-A ne.l\
j compiled "natural Melon of
I cirrhosis" could be of keen
personal hitereot to many per.
f sons In this aa* which common.
ly floats holidays and social
functions on alcoholic: bever.
i, .g...
For one thing It questioned If
many cases really result from
hepatitis, an inflammation of S .1
the liver not associated: with
drinking. Of the cases of cirrhosis .
of this supposed type %
prior bouts of hepatitis could be
proved In only 15 per cent. e
This compared with the casesof 60
"fatty nutritional cirrhosis"
which Is considered the drink. t
Ing man's cirrhosis Of these UP
cases 19 per cent had been pre. Savings
ceded by longtime heavy drink. TOI
ing. And In the cases of alleged
heptatls-cauaed cirrhosis 58 percent

1,188 The Involved"natural men and heavy history"women drinking.with covered dr. I DUAL PURPOSE LIVING ROOM 5 DAYS ONLY I. BEST BUYS IN BEDROOM SUITES elF.I

rhosls advanced enough to put
them dying In hospitals of it. Only and In 174 dangerof were I, Size Sleeper Sofa Monday thru Thurs. and Saturday Not. Adv. COLEMAN Genuine Formic Top $
nondrinkers $ 4-P CI Walnut I I Bedroom Suite I 47
It deflated -'generally In. By Not. Adv. JAMISON. Complete with 148 Store Hours 8:30 AM to 5:30: PM
filled estimate" of the medicaland : KEG. $359.00 I II I only, slightly damaged) NOW
surgical chancel of sue. Full Siie Mattreit. 100 / Foam . . NOW
cessfully treating advanced

cases .of" "fatty nutritional clr.rhosls. Nat. Adv. JAMISON Our Expansion Is Now Complete 4-Pc. Modern Blond Bedroom $117
Many medical men believe '
that if they can get at this type 2-Pc. Sofa Bed Suite .
.' j of alcoholic liver before it be. $1 108 We Invite You To Visit Our WITH lOOK CASE lED NOW
less all fat, take
I.I Its came owner more entirely or off liquor and 100% NYLON . . . . . .
t him get over some a real period nutrition of time,Into the 28,000 Sq. Ft. of Display Area 4-P Ce Walnut I I Bedroom Suite $g g

liver can be brought back. Nat Adv. SIMMONS Featuring the Finest Names .
But the history showed the WITH IOOKCASI BED NOW
:. survival rate of the men and Double $
I women with the fatty livers Sleeper Studio Couch 97 in Furniture Guaran
was no better than those with Quality Not. Adv. STYLEMAKER Formica' Top
the cirrhosis of the other kind. NOW
I live However longer with alcoholic their:cirrhosisof women teed Savings To You Prices! 4-Pc. Walnut Bedroom Suite $146

either kind than alcoholic men. Nat Adv. JAMISON Washable Vinyl WITH TRIPLE DRESSER II( I only) . . .
'.j Nevertheless alcoholic men
"have a better outlook for life" '
',1 than either nonalcoholic men 2-Pc. Dual Purpose SHOP and COMPARE Not. Adv, JOHNSON-CARPER
or women with cirrhosis the

history was showed.It compiled. over a five. Sofa Bed Suite . . . . 5-Pc. Walnut Bedroom Suite $238

year period by the Doston Inter. RIG. $459.00 II only) . . . .
hospital made up liver of group pathologist which was and I I SAVE ON LIVING ROOM FURNISHINGS

' other technicians of the major Not. Ad*. HEYWOOO-WAKEFIELD
Boston hospitals and of the Not. Adv. Wayne

.Tufts medical and schools jiostoniversities.Mary at Harvard. 100-Inch 100-INCH Transitional Sofa 5-Pc. Solid Birch Bedroom Suite $327'

-------- REG. $435.00 I 11 I only At-lt) . . . 0. .
lEG SZlUD" ., ., ", ., ", ,, NOW $
Up 4-Pc. Cherry Bedroom Suite 197

. . . . . NOW
80-Inch Modern Sofa

;:: To Big TimeHOLLYWOOD By WAYNE. Sam Featurei $138 r Not. Adv. IASSITT Antique White

As Above REG. $229.00 . . .0. . NOW
4-Pc. French Provincial Bedroom
(UPO Mar I( $268

Tyler the big Moore time. is moving up to Nat. Adv. Modern Sofa I Slightly damaged) . . . . . . .
The pert "Laura Petrle" of PRESTIGE $ ,
"The Dick Van Dyke" show
Foam Rubber. Covers, Arm 148 .
has signed a movie contract Zipper t llrh Century Mahogany
with Universal studios that may' Coven, S.IF-Decked. REG. $23150 . NOW r 4-Piece Bedroom $
preclude television.future appearances on 278I

Miss Moore will remain with I,-Cat Hand Rubbed Finish . . . NOW
Van Dyke this season and next Modern Bumper End Curved

to-when be scrapped the series no Is matter scheduled what V I_ODD_ _BEDROOM_ _PIECES_ _PRICED_ TO_ GO_ I
Its ratine-and then devote her Sectional Sofa
time and talent to the bit $9'Q .
screen where the big, big mon Famous WAYNE Features 5-Drauer Blond Walnut

ey Her is. contract calls for Man REG. $349.50 . NOW "' r
to make 10 pictures during the Chest on Chest 56 Drawer (Chest$48
next seven years at the studo,
but allows her the freedom to Sofa h g. 12.00 .'9. $119.00
? ? 100" TrtmsisHonal
star In movies for other companies <

"I'm a not the going mood to talus wait her.for Protective Arm Covert, Foam Rubber err, FULL SIZE BEDS $

the the air Van before Dyke show I "begin to making fo off Cushions, Zipper Corers, Hardwood Frames $158Early o Italian ProvilleSolid/ Oak h4odernlend' 28Not.

movies," she said during a REG. $259.50 . . . . . NOW V.1w.st.H.00. . . . . 0 . . NOW
break In rehearsals. "My first ,
movie Is scheduled for this Adv, Heywood-Wokefleld

spring.It won't" be her screen debut, < American Sofa $1ftO Plate Glass Solid'I OakCorner

"X-15 however.," a semi Mary appeared documentor In Foam Cushions, Zipper Covert, Comfortable Pillow IJJJB Dresser Mirror 27 Desk $24
about the experimental air NOW yr.'
Back Style, Full Pleated Skirt REG. $229.00
plane which never got off the ..,. $4f.OO NOW Rog. 159.00

ground, but boxoffteewlse.Mary has she'll confidence stick to. comedy.to herself Traditional Loose Cushion Sofa $ I BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM SUITES I I
"1 want to be I big star so gal
because: Pm not very good at Foam Rubber Cushions Lovely Damask Formica T Aatl M WMto S

drama.It," she On said the"I've other never hand done t enjoy Upholstery, Self-Deeked Platform, Full Skirt NOW 9-Pc. Dining Room Suite.e. NOW 297
comedy and feel comfortable
in It." Not. Adv. Formica Toj Net. Adv, HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD
Decorator Sofa
ERN tL WAYNE 128 5-Pc.t Round Dinette $44 8-Pc. Solid Cherry Dining loom$337
Neugohyde and Genuine Foam Rubber .,.... !
REG. $229.50 NOW. REG $425.00 l| enlyt . ., . ."' NOW
I F'7 I

Modern Loose Pillow Back Sofa f $178 I 7-fc.Large! Dinette.) . . NOW ) I Nat.9Pc.Adv, HEYWOOO.WAKEFIELO Dining Room Suite Sofid llrch' .ftl", $340

Decorator Fabric; Extra long. REG. $219.50 NOW REG. $495.08

:: -.-OOO-.. Italian Provincial Sofa MATHER i(1 T(' 1L FURNITURE Hundreds Of
L coc"k'l $178
Foam ly Not.Rubber Adv,,CARSON.Self-Oockod.C..IIF.bricI REG. $219.50 i Ot Witi.f }{save, Inc. ''IIIH +f'': Other' Values

'I oeimtw.T"'E-ORaAN.B. c7MN".= ne TlOM MM. |.fy.:.;::. M Full Size Decorator Sofa P::1".; r Not I Listed .

..... .. ...... e j/
Mb.MMM Pillow lack, Foam Rubber. Full Skirt. : .! & !
$189 1 Compare
-ys Imme5 en 'MI ] S.if.O.ck.dret.cEve Arm Covert. Mae. .... Shop
@.. REG. $239.50Sundoy ""'"
p .me.. .S.-. N "eves..-...

1 i

URCU Rev Oneness Billy OP JESUS H. Fake TnwintMid CHRIST Attend The Church Of Your Choice WESTWOOD And BAPTIST32nd MISSIONARY A reave GOld

3 th and Avenue M, NW Uktliod Read

10:00: .m.-ton. School Ed WitH,, Pastor
t1:00: I.m.- Sun. Worship I:45 a.m.- ., School
p.m.-Y.P.C.: Meeting 11:00: a.-Morawc Worship

7.00 pm.-Evangeliatoc Meet. LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange E. N. h HUDSON CO. 1:45: p,-Training Union
1:00: .m.-Evening WertWpMETIIODIST
7:45 p.m.-Wed Study MATHER JOHN FISHER

Eagle Lake FURNITURE CO. WiitUr H...n'i Finest REALTOR{ Rev Robert Staodtfer

Re*. Curnell Brace School, Pastor U. is,4 It Furnaun. ..".''n, Or(Mil. 1.' 7c .. INSURANCE 11:00: a.-Worship
':45 mSun -H_. of Qe.lily h.ltOo. SW a '...rl.* sr ., 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School
11:00: (.-Morning Worahip 111 W. Ci.. 4PkM REAL <1;;;-- g.00 p.-Methodist Youth
7:00: p.-Evangelistic Serv. fcb Street, Ave J. N.W. M" liP OWMV Winter H_ Fellowship
Tuei 7'00 p.m.-Mid.week service CY .061. ... 50$ Pope Ave, N.W M.*k*. {.DJJ:. NEEDL Lice 1:00: p.m.-Wed., Choir prae

INWOOD BETIIEL 7 30 p.m.-Sec. Tbun of each

ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'. 'Finger-Liekin' Good" Anted Services et tile 0.f .-. month Women Society of

The Rev William 2M1602 D. Lee ..pa.a.... .,f \ et Y- Choke fUs Week Christian 130 p.m.-Service Thuri. Prayer
Pastor ... .. :' .
9 45 Sun. School i Meeting
: t m WWhe. J
.-Morning Worship : \\ BFYMrR: : MEMORIAL:
11:00: / ::
r i (j)
6:30 p.-Chrlit Ambassadors j' :. :METHODIST
.. 700 N. Lake Howard Drive
Service .. ...,....,,., INS TAN :
1:00: p.PI.-Evangelistic Servo h .. r l 1.Y11M.1 Rev ten F. :ling, Pastor
Wed.: ... .. ...II r ", II 00 a.m.-Morning! Worship
7:00: nu-Prayer and Praise ,\ 5 30 p.m.-Methodist Youth

Service 6th St.. NW. 294-223 Jj b done 2d.21t! fellowship 7 30 p.m.-Evening Worship

Highway DUNDEE 842 Y <<:; Service 7 30pm-Wed.. Midweek\

Rev E. M. Davis The nursery will be open for

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School all worship services
11:00: a.m.-Miniitry of Word The /7 Publix Market
7:30: p.-Evangelistic Serv C ST. JOHN METHODIST

Wed.: Family "WM L I *>..*.) 0... Cyprus Gardens Roadat
7:30 p.m.-Pr.yer Meeting QUKN/J V \ \ MltplRO CMlM Lake Roy
Drlve-ID '11' .* <&< Rev. William Tiffin. Pastor
EAST SIDE l xl ,a.1a .where g:45 a.m.-Worship Service
Dundee Ilifbway Lake Region I t HevetDeleBlvd. l .rA,1 Iho"'n' 9:45 a.m.Sunday School

Sub. DivlihMi soot r rat f r,1r; :!1 I. A 11:00: a.m.-Morning WorshipS
It. Pad Wood Pastor y :..I.,t .iJ i I..."..' :30 p.m.-Methodist Youth

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School !fftt&: :.. __ Fellowship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ELOISE METHODIST
I:30 p.-Youth Service Rev. Troy llatmaker
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Serv rf Third Street

7:45: p.m.-Thull. Mid-week ff % STARPRESS 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School

f rvlce r 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
110 8th Street PRINTINGIUSINESS 7:30 '.m.-E"ening Worship

Rev Barney L. Oswalt, Pastor o V FIRST METHODIST
143: a.m.-Sun. School I tt Lake Alfred

H:00 a-Morning Worship c e 'Church of The Lighted Cross"
7:00 p.m.-Evangelistic Serv INDUSTRY Rev. Unsold N. Storm

'Tuesday GOVERNMENT 1:45: a.m.-Church SchoolAU
730 p.m.-Youth Service Tampa Electric Co. ( Ages)

Thursday Nursery clan during Chrucb

7'30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting There't magic in these enrul-t! of time, and as a child THE CHURCH FOR AU School
NORTH GATE All FOR THE CHURCH 11:00: a.m.-'VorshJp Service
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD you were bewitched with endless fascination as you yv i a" itaC'rarwTa :
IIh.d' : .. .... Nursery during Morning Worship -
1. s
Corner of Ave. G, tad, SE ;Watched the grains Rift from one glass I sphere I into ..i. M Ik' for .o.t!pY dwc ..anvacti'another "-
Rev Emerson Jones Pastor CITIES SERVICE ..." ..d .....1 J hfMMhip. II.H 5:00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship

10:00: m.-Sun School nut older the hourglass begins to have .InftbnuMi. |mwl raise...:: ""--. (Juniors Jr. High, Sr. High)
as /
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship WIN / you grow mil Mt'Mf Qtitrrli -. 1:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship
6:30 p.m.-Woman'i Mission ,." eel a different significance Now you see the grains of nand MM aty Th.Mir r'*:( ": CM.Mr. Informal Bible Study
rw .Y ": "
try Council ..,.. time nlmost if snatched .... .... g 30 .
nc. as passing an it were being .h, per*** .14 ** & rm J:1COMPLITI ) : p m -Fellowship Supper
7:30: p.m.-EvanleUltic Servo the kit. away from you. And there I III n kind of desperation mmm HiMUily. md Mfiptft Ih* : Last Fri each month
7:30p.m.-Christ Ambassadors Unm* Ihrr m ?) I'M ImMI .
Wed.: rONT END watching it go. "l. (2)) FM M, cti Mr,.. FREE METHODIST

7:30 m.-Midweek, services /. TBWMIK ALIONMtNTDtnnl ANA. ... Why? Because never again cane recapture these =",?((1)FwM..h..lhs.
testimonies special prayer Ilk SUN.*. CY 1.1707 minutes hours days I Mk. .1 .*. (L." evil. ...."l.MtJi l. Marlam

LAKE IDA But let's not bemoan the passing of time. Let's determine |;>M*. !11 Id.!.*.IMftl to N"'Y J .Hivtcli,Y"Iw.'ftfu: Associate Pastor Donnally,

Rev Olln Luke Pastor to take advantage of those grains ?. nd which ..",, md tn4 r.. R,H. ....I If ,. CftIItI 9:45 a.m.-Sun. School
VlrU Pope. Supt. BANK OF LM4I" 11:00: a.-Worship
we still within our hands It's really nevel.'too late
School Bible CHEVROLET DEALER g:43 .-Christian Youth
10:00 m.-Sun p
: LAKE ALFRED to begin again. God has leveakd this important fact of .' Crusaders.6:45p.m.FreeMethodisl.
Study life ,..... I C VOLUMI SELLING
and His
teAchIngs. :
11:00: .-Morning Worship toI lignin again throughout .
7:45: p.m-Evening Evangelistic "-'- __ Discover it for yourself by going to church. GOOD DEALS Youth
...- 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Service
7:45: p.-Prayer meeting I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday ;
Psalms Jonah Luke John Romans Gpheslins I John Chevrolet Center CHURCH
BAPTIST 37:a-2V SI: .10 15:11-24: 1:1.17: Dili: 51520: 2:12.17: Rev B. R. Blackburn Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sun. School
BAPTIST N : aau.I.W. -
DAVISTAR y ;. CT 3.3141
Pastor MEMIEM 'OIC ; ', 1t'if'(1: <' ( 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Rev. Lester E. Miller rt.\ Y oral t t" :;.., \ : 7:30: p.m.-Evening
IIIw,. 17.N. .( Bsrtow Air Base Worship
Nursery available for
Sch'oltl Sun.
10:00::00 m-Morning I.m.-Sun. Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice (Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School g:30 p.m.-M.Y.F.and morning worship

1:30: p.-Training Union
7:45: p.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Wed.: THI GINIUL manic Morrison 's Your WINTER HAVEN Sixth S&. at Ave. G., N.W.
7:45: p.m.Praver. Bible Study C.Rt..1) ATTEND THE ITOII LAKE REGION BANK fLANING MILLS Rev James R. Blackwood,

.DUNDEE c:.. CHURCH OF YOUR : s g CafeteriaThrifty Of Commerce Rev Robert Pastor Farrow Associate
Rev Jane llamrlck pastor ; R }
L..." g:30 a.m.-Worship Service
9::45 a.m.-Sunday School' m.'"$ t M 1:45 .
t Sun.
Worship Q Star: CHOICE SUNDAY T ... : a m Church School
11:00: a.m.-Morning !ey G ; I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of
6:30 p.-Training Union DINNER Worship

1:30 7:30:: : m=Choir Evening PracticeWed Worship HOME o. City Drug Co. City ''f. char Chinch --.- W 8aJ1 All _Kbh luUdJlIiI ......rltl Presbyteeri 7:00 p.m.-Each Third Sun.,
.: QUALITY JIM SCOTT Ph.,,,,..,,. 1111 411 St. N.W. CY1411 .W. Central A... L rrw":,:::::'"a"ce UI plhl,Hi\R..I: CTM114 12:IS Noon. Each Fourth MOD
7:30 m-Prayer Meeting Women Association

g:30 p.m.-Each Second Tues

Rev. R. W. Waterman, Pastor James L. Knight Jr, Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCHRev SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-Each Wed. October
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 5:45: mSun School UN Sink Street NW G. Blair McGarveyW Ave. L, Near Sloth St., NW Mormon) I Rev. J. G. Williams Pastor June Mid.wk Chapel Service

11:00 III:: p am.m..--Training Preaching Union 10:45: a.m.-Morning::::: Worship Fred Schopke Jr., 8.S. Supt. IIC: a.m.-Sun. School, pupils list Kb Street. SE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
Sun. School up to 20 ;ears of age Elder D L. BrlnkerhoTf. Bishop
45 m,
: a -
Service 1:45 p.m.-Training Union 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
7:30 p.m.-Preaching : 1.5: ..m.-Sun. School 11:00: a.m.-Church Services Cypress Garden Readat
Worship 10:45: .-Morning Worship 1:30: -Priesthood 7 00 .
7:45: p : p m -Evening Worship Lake Ins
FIRST-OF ELOISE 11:00: a.-Morning Worship g.00 .m.-Wed.. Testimony
6 30 p.m.-Youth Groups p '30
: .m.-Tues. Relief
Wed.: Society 7:30: p.m.-Tues..Prayer Meet Rev William H. Downey, Pastor
Rev. Walter E. M.tbeD"I'.tor 7:30: p.-Prsyer ServiceIIAVENDALE 6:45: p.m.-Training Union 6:30 p.-Adult! Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: p.m.-Fri., Young Pea 9:45 a.m.-Sun. Church School
Service7:30p.mWed. T:311: .m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room Is located g.00 Sacrament
T:3O: p m -Evening p p m Meeting ple's ServiceJEHOVAH 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: -Morning Worship : PrayerMeeting Wed: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. No evening meeting first Sun 5:30 p.m.-Junior, Senior High
6:30 p.m.-Training Union Rev Cecil Peacock Pastor '1:30: mr-Hour of Power of each month 'S WITNESSES Youth i:

7:45 pm.-Evening Evangellstle 10:00: I.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM HALL 3:15: p.m.-Mon oups., Girl Scout
11:00: ..m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE CHI R('II Of GOD 7:30 p.m.- .:.I.A. 2211 atk Street W. Troup No. S3

10:00: a.ra.-Sun. School Service 7:00: p.m.-Trtlnlnl Union Independent ST.CATHOLIC JOSEPH I Avenue E and 7th NW Thurs: 6.00 p.m.-sun., Public talks 1:45: p.m.-Second Tues. Men
Wed.: T:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Rev Ray Prinfle 4:30: p.m.-Primaries. Children 7:15: p.m.-Sun. "Watchtower" Dinner
Bible Study -Wed. Meet. R. Dale Mmpui Pastor The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly I ,
7:45 -Prsyer
: 7:30: p m 1C 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 10.00Sun.. School TEMPLE EMANUEL g.00 p.m.Tues.. "Your Will Be 1:00: m"Ved.Mtn's Breakfast .
FIRST-OF LAKE ALFREDO 11:00: a-Morning Worship Done on Earth" Study ,
11:00 .
FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN : a m -Morning Worship Avenue M awl Ilk NW LAKELAND
Charles Horlon Pastor T:30 p.-Evening Wor.bipWed. 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic StrvWedMad.y 7:10 p.m.Thurs., Ministry S:00 p.m.-Wed. Choir Rehearsal .
Rev Albert Csrtett, Massts:-T:30 9.00,11:00: 8. Lake Holllagsw Dr.

t::45 mSun.-Morning School.Worship I:30 >-Morning Worship .: Holy Day Masses. :.: 7:00 : Irwin Cutler Rabbi School 1:30 .m. Thurs. Servo Meet 7:00: p.m.-Thurs.
11:00: School 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. YPE and Prayer : p Boy Seoul
1:45 10.00 .
1:15: -Training Union : m TOO: p.m. a m -Sun. School I Troop No. MJ
11:00: -Morning Worship First Fr. Mssses-700: am meeting Fri I.00 .m.-Evening Serv GRACE LUTHERAN
7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship FIRST CHRISTIAN : .1 THE
I 1:15: P.M. Training Union Weekday Masses7am: Sat 10:. am.-Morning Serv 4th and Averse C. SE ARS'Yyud
Wed.: (Disciples .1 Christ) WEST WINTER HAVEN I St. and Ave T, NW
T:3O P.M. Conditions:-Sat: Eve of Holy
: Evening Worship Rev.
Prayer Aajist Beralhal, Pastor
Bible Study
1:45: p m. ST. PUT'S EPISCOPAL
Rev James N. Barnett Pastor 34lh Street NW Caplala W. ""IUieOfn
Wednesday Day: 4:00: to 5:00-7:30: : to g:30 I 9:IS a.m.-fun. School
FIRST-OF INWOOD T:45 P.M. Prayer Service ZII Seventh st.. $.W. A. J. Dtncan, Pastor Seventh St. and Ave. L, NW 0:11: a.-Adult Bible das < Rev J. W. Campbell Pastor 9t30 EAGLE LARK 10.00 a m.-Sun. School. Rev Cyril N. Sturmp, Rector 10:30: a -Service of 9:43 a.m.-Sun. School
9:43 a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDER. awn.-Church School C1IIRCII OF CHRISTI 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Rev. C. L. GJberlson. Cerate HOLY COMMUNIONFirst Worship 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship

11:00: -Morning Worship II. Malcolm Pastor lOIn Nursery a.m.-Junior Morning Chunk Worship(for B. ChaslalB. Minister 7.00 p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 1:30:: a.m. Holy Eucharist Sun Each Month g:43 m.-Young Peoples Legion

5:41 p.ra.-Training Union Burner Cowdei, 88 S.pl. 7 10:00: a.-Bible Study ':IS a.m. Family Service and TELEVISION"THIS
1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship 1:45: ..m.-Sun. Bible School children 9)43 through years) 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. Worship Tues: Church School IS THE LIFE" 7:30 p.m-Evening Worship
Wed. 11:00: .-Morning Preaching p.m.-Chl RhoTellowsMl 1.30 Preaching 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Tues:
: p m- St. I::30 a.m.-Channel g
11:00 Evange-
(Intermediates a.m. John
7:30 p.n.-Mid.Week Prayer TOO: p.-Study class for all ) Wed.: Thurs: : 11:00: a.m.-Channel g 4:00: p.m.-Sunbeams
ages Prayer meeting groups Christian Youth Fellow' 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30 p.m.-Young People' Endeavor bit Choral Eucharist lSrrmon > RADIO BROADCASTS 7:30 p.m.-Ladies Hone
FIRST-OK WAIINETA for men and women ship (Seniors) League
Rule Range Road 1:00: p.-Evtnlng Evang. 6(43 p.m.-Youth Choir Prac 4 TII ST. BAPTIST MISSION WEEKDAY SERVICES> 30-Complete: Service Wed.:
Rev Frank Facto Untie Serv. Broadcast WS1R tine Rev H. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE Monday: 7:30 a.m. Holy Innocent 7:W p -Girl Guard

I:43 .m.-Sun. Service 1:00: p.m.-V:wl.. Prayer MeetIng 7.30 p.m.-Evening Worship I:43 a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wright *. Holy Eucharist WCTO tVUKC) 7:4S: p.ra.-Pr.yer Meeting
11:00: .-Morning Message Bible Study 11:00 a -Preaching Services I'I 00 a.m.-Sun. School Wednesday: 130: a.m. Holy AFFILIATED Fri:
7:00: p.m.-Training Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN too pm.-Training Unior 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Eucharist PRESBYTERIAN CWLRCM 4:00: p.ra.-Junior Choir

1:00: p.m.-Evening Sermon JAN.PHYLL. Independent I.00 pm.-Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Friday: t:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist 3:00: p.m. Meeting at the J.C:S 7:00 p.ra.-Boy Scouts

'Wed.: B. Overstrtrt. Pastor 30: Lake She Dr. NW Wed.. Wed: Club House at lOt Street. SE. SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST
i:00 p.m.-Mid.wek prayer Corner of Recker lllfbwajr art Ort llavendale Blvd 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service 7::30 p.m.-Prayer Service 41 Ave K. SC
service InspirationCentral HaUieU Read Wed. Fri IMNANLEL Lt'TIIElA.'IIWI
I Delnar D IWbtill. MUlitttI : : George N. WOseei
Baptist Cherch I I 45 a.m.-Sun. School 30 a.-Bible School 7 30 p -Bible Study 7::30 p.m.Young People's Meet 34th M.. NW. la leased CHURCH Sat.:
11:00 a.m.-Aorning Worship Marta Calstad. Pastor IN AMERICA
Corner With M. Ave. A, NW : 10:43 a.-Morning Worship 34TII STREET CHtRCH or CENTRAL CHURCH Rev 9:45 a -Sabbath School
115: p.m.-Tr.IDID' Union FAMILY WORSHIP"t 1'1'l HavewUle BoulevardRev
Rev R. D. llodgee. Pastor I:30 p.m.-Christian Endeavor CHRIST or CHRIST 11:00: ajti.-Worship Service
Sun. School T:30 p.in.-Evening Worship 7:30: .-Evening Service :30 a.m.-Sun. School Adult Charles Dfckse. Pastor Sun. Television
10:00: a m p Minister :
Located between Ave. J ft K B. J. Cheslhaaa. Bible Study Sunday School 9 :X A.M. .
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.: 12.00 noon-Channel 9 Faith
PARKLAND BAPTIST 34th St. NW Winter Haven 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study 10:IS .Dt.-SuL Divine Service .
.-Pre service 7:30 Mid week service Divine Worship 10 30 A for Today
1:30: p m prayer : p m :
ISM Eighth Street, SE Ir,.. B. CeeJey, Minister 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service .
Wed. Cbou' Holy Communion First Sunday Sua. Radio
preaching rehearsal
7:30: p m Evangelist : NON DENOMINATIONAL :
Rev C M HUcatock. Pastor Sun: g."M t.m-Evening Worship
I:00 p.m.-Wed.. Prayer meetIng I:43 .m.-Sun. School 1:45: p.m.-Juniorsg 10.00 a -Bible Study Wed.: DRIVE.LN SERVICES each month. 9:30 a -WSUN (C0)- The
Bible atudyLAKE :13 p.m.-Seniors CBIRCH Or NAZARENE Voice of Prophecy
11:00: t.-Morning Worship 11:00: a-Worship Service 7::M p.m.-Bible Study ftpMMrH by Tue.
ALFRED I:45 p.-Training Union g 00 FIRST CHURCH :
p m -Evening Worship
Methodist Men's Club at Oat-
PRIMITIVE ..... M. Wright Meeting
ASSEMBLY OF GOD I:00 p.m.-WorshipWed Wed.: .
door Drive-U Theater. Have
CHRIST CIltRCII North Lake Blue Drive tmtAve. I:45 a.a.-Sun. School SenlllJl4adynUlt Church
rag W. llalaes! Blvd. : 7:30: p.m.-Mid Week Service Dale Blvd. e cry Sua. g::30 a.m.
II. W. Kllllngiworth. Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Prayer meeting Church el the "Dally WeH" X. NW Rain shine It:M a.m.-Worshipg BAPTIST TEMPLE: DUNDEE
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School OeIU A. Meyer Minister LAKE REGION UMTARIAMUMaM Supply Minister or :15 p.m.-Adult Bible Study Jack Thomas, PaitorM
11:00: .m.-Morning: Worship METHODISTFLOISE Sunday Devotional 11 .... 10:00 a m.Bible Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBYTERllN. IU: p.m.-Young People .00 a -Sua.. School
C:30 p.-Christ Ambassadors -JRD STREET Tuesday Music Club 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service IU: p...Jwuor Society 11:oo a Morning Worship

1:30: p.m.-Evening Service Rev Pool D. Swisher 421 E.: Park at Success 10:00 a.m. Church" Service Each 4th Sunday Fellowship Rev David E, IMetsel. Pasha 7:00 p.m. S rv. el evangelism 7 oo p-Evening Worship
Wed.: 10:00: I -Church School Sunday School: U l.tI!. I Sunday Serving dinner CM the t:45 a ns.-Sua. School :::M pat-Wed.. Midweek Wed.:
I Sunday School U:00 ..aa.-M..... Worship Service TKaauaUdWeekFraverC
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qe Twelve Sunday, December 27, 1964


Railroads To n t' FIRST COME

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Seek Higher y44 jJ.JUNIOR WWWUfi

Rates For '(65 RADIO |

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can railroads expect t 1 percent CLEARANCE
increase in earnings this

year, but say they are looking 5 Film Prints SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY 'w
at the rise against a backdropof [ tire Neck of !
stlll-to-I -paid labor costs -PLUS- dies Tap Beterd.

That assessment was given FREE TEK BRUSH & COMB SET"-' '* suo SCJf L Mblaem-Table Modelf.TreetJa.hJa.ears 0

Friday by American Assocle.tion AM, IM, Skadrl.
of Railroads (AAR) Presl. I Wee., .e
dent Daniel P. Loomis In t Eastman Film Nutri Tonic Permanent Itfff 69' es O eet ..
yearend estimate. He described Yet, a fret let el I Iprints 1 Wkik.
the year u a good one wlrt! every "'

for earnings.traffic but only moderatefor IIY "- -h' _. v". S roll of-film Kodacolor devel I OLGIVIE SHAMPOO I3g5.LANOLINPLUS ': :=i 39'op.d

AAR figures estimated net POLICE TRIP .. Here are 17 of the Winter Haven Junior Police unit, sponsored or Block and White ,vws
railroad earnings at $863! mil Optimist Club( that visited Six Gun Territory In Ocala. Don Jackson standing second bra I :
lion for the year, a 7 percent from right, Is the unit advisor, and Gerald Field, right Is the assistant. Sponsors ot the trip Today I Everyday! : .... 11.039',t %
I Lllllit
boost. But, said Loomis, Included MacDonald Hamburgers Kwlk Chek and Publlx Supermarkets,Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., When
the report "must be viewed In and Bowen Brothers Groves.TeenAgers you pick up c:
perspective against the back your developed MEN'S JACKETSSSEor : 299
round of retroactive wage set film you can buy C
laments and unresolved wage on* roll of Eastman F F
cases.'" Rate Smoking Carl Vinson film and we will MITCHELL 300 Outfit I #'o-ua.d.ed 24';

The association reported the iqlve you! OM roll In.n Lat list Prices
lines spend $1.4 billion\ this year ..
for equipment and facilities Today & Iverydeylfijj ( Outfit **... ** >Tk|' >leymine* *< Q35 i
Penn ** 7
modernization. This was a record Drinking Health DangersAmerica's Ends 50 YearsIn V l ,,,.*. ,?* O
and 38 per cent above the lI1flhlIlt5fre

sum"Continued spent last national year. prosperi. SEALEY FISH 1 Kszi a.;::: 13'

ty should bring equal or even teen-agers see and Insufficient sleep and exercise House
greater railroad modernization cigarette-smoking and drinking than are students 12 to W\N\I\I'V) IMM COLOR Precenlq sated. U
pending In 1065," the AAR alcoholic beverages u serious 14 year of age. At the cam ANSCO MOM FILM d I'4.II,Is.A en Limit D.ytigke 21| 17 1 ELECTRICAL
aid. danger to their good health time, older students tend to WASHINGTON (UP1) At ARTIFICIAL I I
Freight traffic continued on rood morals, and future success regard smoking and drinking. .
ter than 50 In Congress
the rise, 7 per cent over 1963 and happiness whether at home or out with more year FLASH BULBS &gfJ: 99 Appliances
Uncle Carl Vinson hat
.to 669: billion ton miles Butpusenger The finding 1s reported by the friend, lees dangerous than do formally closed his government If. 0. ewtl'ock.f

traffic except for Institute of Student Opinion's younger students. career by dipping out of the Oorgioui llfflikeDmlii Wntl..h.... #1', foment. brand olec
commuter service, delclned for 38th national survey conductedthis The Institute of Student OpinIon nation's capital on ChristmasDay Rom FLASH BULBS Leb,. .f ,1-". 99' .
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trleel lleneei
the 14th consecutive year. The fall among a scientifically poll was conducted by the Cirnitioni. Hibieeui ; $1.10. "
while no one was looking. Firm ...,.... .
and kalr
total number of passenger In. elected sampling of ,007 jun- Scholastic Research Center under dryen.
creased however, due to gain ior and senior high school students the auspice of Scholastic Vinson, dean of the House of '" minx ethireEntire sleek- FLASH BULBS Weiriaghene M.I.'_. 99'' diaven,
In commuter travel the AAR In public private, and Magazine, Inc. I. S. O. ha Representatives and probablyits iuega ti.u. of l2 ,I y e r l .
aid.On parochial school systems In all been making nation-wide surveys most powerful and respected 1/3 OFF l ine Imtvet.
the bad side, the AAR re parts of the country. The Institute of teen-age attitude and single member boarded a t.tll. ."'..... thee .
ported that in the first three ot Student Opinion Is opinions since 1943. The present train at the nearly deserted LIST PRICES VIGORO PLANT FOOD sin: r;:44 1 isher*, "Ire.., 1M0rlli
quarters of the year 23 of the sponsored by Scholastic Magazines sampling of 6907 high Union Station Friday for the mixer
101 class one lines failed to InaStudents school students Incorporate a trip back to Mllledgevllle, Ca., h [ELECJRiqtBLANKETt fre-meowred Deteroant en. *
earn enough to cover their were given an opportunity proportionate representation of and his 600.acre farm SALVO Tebi.t._. ,,i., .. 38cRea. end. Electric.
fixed charges.In to rate various activl- all types and sizes of schools 4lcBENTRON {
the field of railroad labor ties a* not harmful, slightly participating a numerical No one except a couple of Many Other.
relations, the association said t harmful or seriously harmful weighting of responding schoolsIn newsmen were on hand for VAPORIZERS A. 344
the final leave-taking. The 81. a Arlme '?" t a
"milestone" w a s reached to their health morals, and future direct relationship to the total Ion Adjuiti leLunurleu
when the Supreme Court ruled happiness. In addition to population of each state; a year-old Vinson refused help ream timptnturehan0o 25%
the lines could begin eliminating seeking tten-age opinion on at- complete randomness selectIon with his two suitcases andwouldn't ally automatic WiiKitalt MODESSNke9e.fl2RM,45e 28*
to per cent of the 33,000 home drinking drinking on Of Individual Student respondents even let anyone get a Colorful, Blind fAiyin )
firemen's job In freight and dates or out with friends, and ; and assurance of redcap.He Arrylhc Cotton FibireAliortod -
yard operations and to negotiate smoking th.lal..t I, S.O.lUrv.y anonymity of answers clearly did not wany tear Cllon NYLON PATULAwere-tner336'
the number of men on train Full redO nFor
also asked students to rate filled farewells and had let e.d. ANfe S
crews, lack of Insufficient ex
sleep Double
word pass around on Capitol list Prices
ercise and poor eating habits.Of Gismo Travel Hill that he planned to stay GET-SET HAIR SPRAY "'" "r"1oe. 69'
the toal number of students until the opening of the 88th 514.95 99 S200Limit '
Tot Scares participating the survey,81. Ban Is Ended Congress Jan. 4. 7; ( II UWkAAA
per cent rate drinking alcoholic u uw Not Ma" Lek
Men Guarding beverages on date or out with "But there wasn't going to be CHRISTMAS TREES
friends serious danger to LIGHTS ORNAMENTS
a* a
anything much: doing next week 504
good health good morals, and Navy has lifted a nearly year TAGS, CARDS, DECORA.
Johnson so I decided I might as well OFF
old order
future haw In.... A treat majority from accompanying barring civilian dependent and get on back to the farm" ," Uncle T.ONS. ODDS AND ENDS LIST PRICES Ceotalri 'Uhftnder
of teen-ager alsobanevedrinking .
Carl explained.Vinson's
personnel assigned to
( FREDERiCKSBURG-Gerald Novlan won't be harm. Of at all home student causes serious polled the sprawling Guantanamo; Naval official record u a 'WALL P1AOUES RID X *wrfel" -*"l"lfl""*1, eod eeiieeel eodorlieMb. tre.blo*-. 99i SPORTSMAN'SjJACKET

bringing his machine gun along 65.2 per cent rate at-home Base In Cuba. Democratic House member bed RH {1,4f limit U
If he comes to see President drinking seriously dangerous; Adm. David L. McDonald from Georgia Is SO years and FLOWER VASES
at church again. 23.8 per cent think at-home chief of naval operations, announced one month, a mark that will '
Waiting out.ld. St. Barnabas drinking slightly dangerous;and the end of the ban Fri. not be matched any time soon PLANTERS Crawling Baby Dolls 51!;? 6"
Episcopal Church where the 8.8 per cent of the opinion that day. He said that dependents and may never be equalled. He Detlaned and tailored
First Family was attending drinking at home would not harm would be able to begin travelingto announced on his 80th birthdaythat SPORTSMAN GNU far fltriermea,
Christmas service Friday them In any way. the base again "effective Im he would not seek another niton, riflemea,
Gerald startled a crowd of about Over 79 per cent of the total mediately." term. 'I et<+-Made of durable
130 by pulling the trlgier. number of student polled believe ----- ERIC A BRAC ADHESIVE TAPE ''"', JftSAlHEPATICA wekble I
A sharp rat-tat-tat ripped the cigarette-smoking causes KELLOGG Maho A rescu As chairman of the powerful Ve L a 1 on Florida Tan Peplla
!1t (Limit 11
who through to flood-leo House Armed Services Commit
er got
silence.Secret. And .
low S.8 ether f
serious harm. A percent w n equality Roomy bitten
families with food on tee the Naval Affairs
lated and
Service men whirled. report they feel smoking Chrlstmaat Committee which preceded It ., C.ramlc"m m .es. lee '", 59'' ockatf, fall width,
Spectators sucked In their would not harm them in any way, Li n d eurniiHie Ih (Lhelt 1) dovbla
breath. while 19.8 cant believe "They didn't get Christmasdinners for 30 years no man had more Weed Itimf, tic eaiy accou
But president's bodyguardsdidn't per but we brought them to do with this country's defenses I In our intire OiftI coated vinyl blood-
have to deal with Gerald. smoking only slightly danger stample groceries somethingto or played a bigger roleIn I Divirtminls MACLEANS TOOTH. Lo; 11.3 fer 69' proof tame packet

As he Is only four years old,his ous.Asked how they would rate eat" building them PASTE Re Utility loop* far
embarrassed mother took care the amount of danger causedby kentlao or gtleq
of the situation by simply poor eating or diet habit., VASELINE JELLY Ifs te" ?QLimit < knife, eitra bait,
yanking the toy machine gun 61.5 per cent of the total number ( II kip beets, etc.Si _
he got for Christmas away from of students taking the survey .tS ValaaTV
report bray believe this An VIPEHTA T': : ,
him."I should never have let him activity to be very harmful. ZESTABS .|gS" ]I" WHILE 99
bring it here," said Mrs. Allan According to the opinion of p' S 1 THEY
Novlan of Deadrift, Tex 40.' per cent, poor eating habits Nth bin LAjITI
Gerald didn't understand all are only slightly danger \, LAP TRAYS x.S.' .-n..." __ 69''
the fuss. He wasn't aiming at ous. a, usT rRlcEs _____ CWHMX 'ili' rM4
the President, he ..Id. but "ata Indicates that the
girl" majority survey of the nation's teenager Pecan Patties &:?: ?:"., 77c

believe Insufficient exercise n
and lack of sleep neither
Inmates Get seriously harmful to health MAN WHI'S, Sampler I >:.slC\5r, : : 1"

nor morally wrong Insufficient ..- tune Mia. q.la.

Yule Gifts per danger"exercise cent of rating scored the total of a vote only"serious, while 31.' CAMERA! ADDING MACHINE Ssi:::_ 59''' TOYS

SAN FRANCISCO (UPi) 51.3 per cent of the students
Seventy-five women inmates In polled believe Insufficient exercise PLASTIC leo of II Re < (
the county Jail received bright only slightly harmful CLEARANCE! BAND-AID STRIPS 47. LImit u 27
ly wrapped Christmas present Teenager also see lack of .MM ''ht t
sleep as presenting only a slight
danger to their health morals, $ .M Velee *
Each package, decorated with LADIES' JACKETS iM: 2'
a sprig ot holly, contained success and happiness. Of the 119"POLAROID
brooches, pins and ear rings students polled, 67.0 per cent STOCK
The costume Jewelry I* an rate lack at deep only slightly 101 COUPONLively
annual preaent-for *lx year dangerous; tl.l per cent S114tl Voleo
now-from a prosperous worn seriously harmful; and 10 percent r Dog Food '
an who until six years ago WUa not harmful In any way. 127OUTFIT 1
regular resident of the drunk The results ot the latest I&O. ARGUS
tank. survey Indicate difference of
opinion amo.g various age 1101 Volea llVi-ot. cm 3 19cI.
groupings Students 17 years ot 6" *,. 3 for 27tU for
age and older are more conscious
ot the physical and moral KODAKSTARMITE < n*wttt n. ii Mm MM.1110)t
danger of poor eating habit TIT Tit TIT UTI ITKTn iCOUI'OiV
: ,::. fill Voloa F "
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I EAGLE LAKE WORLD LARGESt Almuet every city and town nee" a bell, OUTFIT DETERGENT List Prices
ringer celling attention the Salvation Arm>'e t'hrtetmaeketUee Value
Salutes You Romans: 16 : 16 but this bellrtntvr ha the honor <>f working brilJe 19.6" aRag.
the biggest Salvation Army kettle In the world. In Hamilton 22 a. plattfe. betel. -
L a. CHASTAIN MINISTERWe Ohio Donated for the Christmas oooaon. the kettle u nix ri &Ie 39
teach unity we should I* aunt, Into every prayer that feat eight Inches deep; nine fel 10 inches acraaa: the top a I
of natty of t* prayed, Into every class that three Inches thick, and weigh. to exceee ef 22,000 pound awe r whum w..e tIIow 11M. acne _
believers 4isstate to be 1* taught Into every sermon r
earnestly desired and cultivated. that 1* preached and Into every 1 TAMPA SWIFTSGOLD
Jew prayed that all who deed that I I. done. Let a* study .i1J COUPON CREST
believe on Him might be one a* and work together tor unity Pkeee 211111IMAvonw SELECTOS
Hi and the Father are on. among Christians everywhere.Have A. LW. WET MOP I ICE CREAM
John I7t20-a.) Paul betted the you enjoyed this articleIn I CIGARS
Corinthian brethren to be of the the paper each Friday, Have to* Amrf.dtl
ante mind and the same judge you received any food from It? IjAS4Md1m 1'; ,m y heq 4 21F.1 tin. Extra AIKerMIt Ni .re tll.M
ment. 0 Cor. L10.) Peter ex- If the answer 1* yes to then ( Led with hi C fer
borted Chrtatlan to b* tike questions. will you write and ten AEA6 S ,( .Lagtk WM4.. ....... !fall 3 8 Z 27'ft
minded and oompaalonate. Q u* sot Toll will be the lut InsuranceHAIXY ....
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j Browns And Colts Battle: Robertson ,


Today For National Title CHATTER IT.ER,, VAN 1 O Lucas Lead

United Press International day In the National Football partly cloudy with tempera-
CLEVELAND Ohio (UPI League championship game. hires In the low S0.. Several months back I had a abort article on anew RoyalsB
I The Both ,teams wound up theirprepe.ratio The Browns have oaly a
Baltimore Cleveland Browns and the s for the payofl loosening up drill on theiragenda "idea" CHI from American Motors Tht-v haw ,

Colts took It oas> game with Christmas day work. today while the Colts now announced that production: on the Marlin all it
Saturday prior to their clash to. ) United Press InternationalIt's
outs. The Browns Eastern Division will hold a learn meeting at the will be called will begin in early 1966, a sure bet that Cincinnati
champs, than spent the stadium early in the afternoon.
Royals' coach Jerk McMaton "
rest of the holiday with their Baltimore also
may go through
Set has at least one wish for the
Cousy families while the Colts, the a limbering up drill tf COM Another manufacturer with mi "idea" car that
Western Division raters, flew Don Strata receive permUttMfron the chow circuit this is new year-to keep Oscar Robrtson -
will be touring auto year and Jerry Lucu healthy.
here In a late chant of travel (he Browns to us* a section
plane. of the field or a rings Dodge. The new Dodge Charger 11 is a fnatbttek and Robertson and Lucas have become "
To Broadcast the to the
key future of
The Colts chartered night arrived area. will be slightly larger than the Ford Mustang The tile Royals and
as they so
late Friday night atCleve* The field has been go
coveredall Charger will have two bucket seats in the front and goes the team.
land Hopkins International Air. week and the canvas Is not "
port. The Baltimore party went scheduled to be removed until two in the rear. It haM a wheelbase of 117 inches and This was clearly evident Friday
BasketballB sight as the two moo come
immediately to Hotel Sheraton- Saturday is nine inches longer than the Mustang. The ('engine bleed to giv Cincinnati a ISO
Cleveland, a few Mocks from The Browse will eat
Municipal Stadium where the and most of the playerswill for the charger is a 318 cubic Inch Veil which develops in overtime victory over St. tJIIl'I

> JACK CUDDY tame will be played take In a movie before reporting 230 HP Also the rear Beats in the Charger fold downto Louis tor the Royals' fourth tJIII ..
UPI Sport Writer A spokesman said the travel to Hotel Pick Carter straight victory. .
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create a long luggage space.Although The win enabled Cincinnati to
(UPI) Short
plans were changed because of where all the players and the .
steps on the sports trails the possibility of snow in the coaching staff well spend the keen pace with the Breton t. Col. ....
tics, who downed Detroit
Bob Cousy, the offensive ace Cleveland area Saturday. The night.
who wound his career with Pistons 11I-1M in the first game .
most recent weather forecast, The Baltimore players also
the Boston Celtics last year, however did not mention snow. will dine together although the of a doubleheader at Madison 4I d'
says he plans to use a newfangled The Colts had planned to leave Colts normally eat 01 their Square Garden In the second ,e, ,...... If.. ,
combination of vivid Baltimore today. own on the road during the C .,
edges the New York Knlcker-
cripttoi) plus strategy on every The forecast for Sunday was regular season. '""1M1ioeaa
Important play when he backers 114108.
starts covering National Basketball Lucas was the star of the
Association games at overtime period in Cincinnati's
the microphone for ABC-TV on triumph over the Hawks as he
Jan. 3. His big contribution will Sophomore To Lead netted five of the royals' last'
be the strategy disclosures, he I seven points The former Ohio
I No.ly State All'America finished with
says.The Dallas Cowboys of 1964 19 points on the evening but

finished fifth In the National Oregon In Rose BowlBy took a back seat to Robertson,
Football League Eastern DlvU who tallied 38. Lenny. Wllkens
slon standings with 5-8-1 de. had the biggest scoring" hight WHY
spite the "big switch" when e. of his professional career as he
their expectations of a power. GORDON RICE attempts for 1,036 yards and 7 d 8 pumped In 38 points for the
United Press InternationalLOS Hawks
ful offense were blasted partially touchdowns. He had only four
by quarterback Don ANGELES (UPI) The Intercepted. The sophomore also Sam June hut shouting car
Meredith's Injured knee, and 1964 season was billed as the ended the season as Ms team'sNo. Dodge claims no intention/ of marketingthe rled the C.lllra to victory over

the club wound up dead last in "year of the quarterback" in 1 rusher with a net of 451 Charger, it definitely will be on display! to we just Detroit Jones scored 16 points
the League In total Pacific Coast football, but the yards in 151 carries. In the first quarter to get Ruse
what the think of it and should market
public ; a
3,704; tied for last In touchdowns region's Rose Bowl representative The Beavers aren't that shortof appear ton off to a fsst ..tart, then
30, and 12th In points, -Oregon State-is a team running backs; they have you can (bet Dodge will produce the Charger cam through with two key baskets
250. with a sophomore at the con. three good ones In Cliff Watkins, *. later in the gam which
The fourth annual Eastern trots Booker Washington and Charlie pulled the Celts ahead for food
Collegiate Athletic Coertllr.11 While most of the publicitywent Shaw, but at least one of: them Hope evi't.\oiie had! a Merrv Christmas and here'shoping after Detroit had hotted the DON'T YOU

"Qj&cer: City Basketball Tour. to such stars as Craig was injured nearly every game you have Happy Nt'w'IU', score Jones tallied 34 point in
nament" opens Saturday at the Morton of California Bob Berry Watkins gained 340 yards, (he game while Rod Thorn led
Penn Palestra In Philadelphia of California, Bob Berry of Washington 302 and Shaw 2C8 In Detroit with 20.
with Wichita and Illinois rated Oregon, Craig Fertlg of South. sharing the two ruining bark The Knick had all kinds of
strong contenders although no ern California and Larry Zenoof positions in Prothro's I-,formation. trouble with Raltimor Walt
visiting team was able to win UCLA a tough 180-pounder Huarte Passes NorthTo Bellamy and fell behind by 17
In the three previous tourneys. named Paul Brothers led the Wingback Ollvtn Moreland, points at the half and were
Vlllanova won in 1961)) St. Jo. Beavers to an 8-2 record and a who caught 31 passes is the never able to fully recover.Pel*
seph's In '62, and La SaMe last Jan. I date against Michigan at fourth backfield starter. lamp had 31 point while fix*I*
Pasadena.All The Beaver defense Is the Willis Heed topped New Yolk
year.Otto and Marla Jelinek the of the Saturday afternoon's real pride and Joy of the Cor- Win OverSouth with ..,. The doubleheader. drew
Czechoslovakian brother and weren't good ones for Brothers vail Is campus, however. A rug the large! crowd of the seasonin
sister team, will be favored to but he took the Job away from ged unit built around linebackers the MiA this season, P.OIJ PAY BYCHECK
win the "pairs" title in the veteran Gordon Queen and Dick Runt and Jack (Mad ------
world professional figure skatIng It for 10 games. Dog) O'Blllovlch held 10 opponents By PETE DOWD After recovering a South fumWe -
championships at the huge "H.'. a great sophomore," to Just 90 points, No team UPI Sports Writer on the Rebel 17, the North Liston Booked
Olympic arena in Lake Placid, proclaimed Northwestern Coach scored more than two touch Th North won the first bat- drew first blood with Urbanik
N.Y., Jan. 2. As amateurs Alex Aase after the first gameof downs against them, and only tie of college footfall's annual going over from the on* and
Otto and Maria were former the season, despite the fact Syracuse, Indiana and Stanford Civil war on Christmas Day Huart kicking the extra point.
world North American and Canadian that Brothers spent most of the got that many.American. but the South Is planning to The South cam right back For Driving
champs. 7.3 loss staring at the sky from --, ---- have the Jut laugh after Sal.. 71-yards on the passing of Tul-
I Could the .New York Mets be underneath wildcat linemen. r nrday's Bille.c ray classic. aa'. "Jerry Idiom, who *et
shooting for some sort of a Agase's prediction came true Hockey LeagueBy With five seconds remaining three all-time NCAA passing
record from Aug. 23 through the next weekend when Broth. United Press International to be played In Friday's North. records this y.ar.Fredrlrkaon IntoxicatedDENVER
Aug. 28, next season when ers completed four of eight Eastern DivisionW. South game In Miami's Orange coil.I ct.l d the store, but
they play six consecutive home passes and ran for 61 yards in L. T Pas CiF OA Bowl, Notre Dame quarterbackJohn Rhomt's attempted converskxi
games at night In Shea Stadl. an easy 14.7 win over Colorado."I Quebec 22 9 1 45 127 13 Huarte the 19(4 llels- pass was stopped.
um against Los Angeles ((4)) think Brothers became a Hershey 18 12 2 34 102 13 man trophy winner cappeda In s ai-point third period Ur. (UPD-ftmny LIS.
and San Francisco (2)7 The quarterback this afternoon," Baltimore 1115 3 29 100 97 brilliant display of serial an baulk turned In his 3Byard run, ton a brooding' sometimes-sur
Mets' 34 home night games are coach Tom Rrothro said then Springfield 111 2 24 .3 123 ties by toeslng a five,yard KiMChenberg his king pus in* ly ofttlme Joking boxer. who
five more than their 29 of 1964. and no one disputed him as Providence 0 21 0 18 77 US touchdown pas to his favorite terMJ'tlon score and Ituart hit tfiMhed crime and suspicion
The eight teams participating Oregon State won Its next six Western Division partner Jack Snow to jive the Army's Carl Stlchweh with a from hIS life to become king of
In the annual Eastern College In a row before "uln ltneagaln.t W. L. T Pty CiF 04 North a ".30 upset victor over 30-yard pass, all for touch Weald 1 heavyweight, was in
Athletic Conference Holiday Stanford 167. The win Rochester 19 9 2 40 102 79 the Rebels. downs.. trouble/ with the law again to
basketball festival starting at that clinched the Rose Bowl wasa Buffalo 15 10 3 nun The cream of the Dixie grid With Slsubsch directing the day.
Madison Square Garden on 7-4 squeaker over Oregon Pittsburgh 13 12 3 29 94 93 Iron crop gets a second chance South came right hack with
Monday arei St. John's, La- when the Beavers scored with Cleveland 7 Ie 4 18 70 96 Saturday when the niue-Gray three touchdown, favored by Its was Jailed for five hours
Salle, Princeton, Syracuse, 54 seconds to play and kicking Friday's Results version of the all-sttr play Is an All.Star game rule which after a Corlatma 111/ "shoving
Michigan, Manhattan Cincinnati specialist Steve Clark booted Providence 4 Springfield 3 contested at Montgomery, Ala. permitted the trailing team to m.lth" with 10 pultoewen. Oil
and Temple. Michigan and the winning conversion. Rochester 4 Buffalo 0 The Sun Bowl, slated al El receive the kickoff after scores. ten had stopped th30-yaruld
St. John's shape up as the Bothers finished the season Baltimore !5 Hershe\ Paso, Tex., I I. alto on tap Saturday frwitrtrksofl got one, Hayes former chssjipton for lnvetlga.
stronger tear i. with 7} pass jripletlon in 144 (Only) .runes' scheduled) and pit* Georgia against got loose on his end>around and lion of dr..iken driving
Tease TeeA. SisubacA .Noted the Ihel tl.tel
Doth; sides; of the Mason-Dlx* touchdown h'msetf passing toHwlge Last Christmas, Listen domeda
MI line will field fresh leant for the lying! two points red ter-lined cap to hand" out
:: / ir Satur,lay's 27th edition of But then the South had to gifts to MlgMmrhnud, children
the niue ray tilt. A* have klckoff and Hearts took over on and an 11-year-oM Scottish<< boy
__ teen previous sisgtng d this a 61-yard drive Mixing In a who Listen called "Wee Peter." Time Is money these days

/ anneal rivalry, Saturday's llttt running I hearts hit on This Christmas, police had to
omefc :eetlng I I. likely to be a wide. five straight passes thslcsrned wrestle 'him into the J'III'.U after and your time Is too valuableto
pen onieit with the emphasis to the SVmth five yard line. the skirmish at ,
over nuonLiaton
.In offense, t'run, there he hand his Notre
; was ordered to appear run all over town paying
Quarterback To.I>ers ol Dame teammate, All-America Tuesday before a Ntetice'd the"
4 PIUMItK MOTORS, INC Northwestern will start for the Jim Snow, in the rid acne and peace HI the drunken driving bills. Use American National
Blues and Bob Srhwelrkert of Snow made his ninth ratctu Charge an
k Vir, mia Tech will call signals
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rot the Rebs. 4 checking; account to
Dam) Thomas d Southern m .< ; .MtiM : ..nCy.Cb.loCx.sc :-

Methodist will spell Schweirk. pay your bills and give you
err and Gary Wydmaa of Penn

_I Have You Driven The Durability Champ State will back up Myers I an accurate record of
The Southerners won tl-14 In covrnrTK hlnfKII your
1963 to Increase their series MORTAR MIX
edge to 11-10 The od-lamskers a e BLIMP BLOCK expenditures. What an easy
; call this clash 'Ifal
year's s tossup r.
([1 100,000 WE'RE STILL Georgia is s five.poinl favor \ i e ORT iVLM BLOCKS way to do your bookkeeping
i He to beat host Texas Tech lath at COVk.R

MILE 30th staging of the Sun 1J Dl R4I-WALL e e e start a checking account
Dow I. The Bulldogs feature a PRE-CAKT I.INTfH
DURABILITYCHAMPION the HOnEST THING strong passing attack while the ii l7+ rLlE BLOCK today!
In Red Raider can field the \ DRAIN TILE
speediest backfield In the South 1 UTrri DOOR IRtMKSsrrrn.vo
west Incl..t1ltl1laUbK1I. Danny k4t a STONE
1965 Comet Anderson, who led the conferw yy, PATIO STOVE
la rushttic and kkrkoff r*> VENT BLOCK
hi'.... / + e PRE-CA9T WINDOWSILLS
The tempo of the annual bowl vv
season reaches II* climax on ANCHOR BOLTS
COMET New' Year's Dr when MteM '- a lUTERIOR BRICK
gas win fate Oregon Stat latM TART THE NEW YEAR DRIVEWAY MARKERS
RoM now, Arkansas lane RI6HTOCT Bl: u\\(( A
H" with Nebraska to the Cab PIM POtVTtO: OUt WIt(
toe Bowl Alabama mX Texas AND WtAWO .UOfNfAI Masonry and
in the aigteU\ edition\ *
die Orange Bowl, sod UK Plaster Sand
clash with Syracuse u the Fill Dirt 'Cs A11: E..CANN'A.TINAL
rr Sucar Bowl. .JANI
A Lot Less Tban The North was .to front ?-4 at DirectFrom
can own his even more beautiful 1965 halftime with all the scoring' Pit "' 1".II'JloLC.t .

\\You of the 100.000-mile durability cham coning w tile second per' i. .

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ge Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-04IEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Sunday December 27, 1964


Duplicate Downtown Only

Bridge ClubMrs.

O. M. Mulkey and Com
mlssloner Virginia Foley Miller -
were hostesses for the club'! .t.w .
annual Christmas party. Mr*. 4r.a
Mllltr was In char j'of the decorations -
for the event.
The long center table was
covered with a gold taffeta
Christmas cloth over which was
spread a nylon net borderedwith P .dieiiei .gtdtr
seojilnned red and green K
felt Christmas... .
The centerpiece was a tall
epergne filled with white camellias l
and red roses encircled ,
with white Huffy angels and lone
sprays of rice paper flowers.
Also decorating the room wasa r Y 1 SEMIANNUALThis
sliver Christmas tree loanedto
the club by "Open Gate"
Cypress Gardens Road.
The director, Dr. W. D. Burt
was Santa Claus tor the occasion
and distributed special Christmas
prizes to Mrs O. W.
Brown, Mrs. P.1..Davies,Mrs.
Louis Turbe, Mrs. Ray Smith,
Mrs. J. M. Lockwooc. Mra.Ted
Flanlgan, Mr. and Mr. O. M.
Mulkey, Mrs Otis Porter,ICJL.
Chamberlain and Robert Thorn-
bill. EXCHANGE BANK CHRISTMAS PARTY More than 140 director, officer, and staff of
There were nine tables play the Exchange National Bank and their families attended the annual Christmas party at the Lake I
and the north south winner Region Yacht and Country Club, including, from left, Vice President Albert Griffin, President
were, Mr*. C. W. Walker and Roger Clapp, and Tom B. Swann.
Mrs. Annie Rltter, first; Ted
Harland and Robert Thornhlll,,
second; Mrs. If, 0. Morris and is our "twice a year" clearance of the finest in women's ap-
Mrs. Jean Bates, third; and s
Mrs O. M. Mulkey and Mrs.
Philip Trohn, fourth. pare). Many of our customers know this tale as long awaited event of
The east west winners were
Mrs. J. M. Lockwood and Mrs.
Ray Smith first; Dr. W. D. r wonderful values to those of you who don't, we suggest you come in
Burt and Peter Lumsden, sec y r ld
GIld; Mrs. N. E. Miller Jr. and see for yourselfl
and Otto Rice, third; and Mr.
G. W. Brown and Mr*. Otis

Porter There fourth.will be a master point Over 600 garments on sale. Really a wonderful choice of dresses,
tame tomorrow and a regular

Dec.duplicate SO.Mr. game Wednesday, coats and suits on our main floor as well as the Terrace Room. All havingthe

.. Ted Flanlgan was hostess -
at Wednesday's game with I finest labels.
eight tables In play. xA
Winners In the north-south
section were, Mr*. Frank Sta
per and Ted Harland, first;Paul
Tyler and Otto Rice, second; '
and Mr*. Lena Ryan and Mr*.
H. Stoball, a former resident i SO 5fJ
of Winter Haven, third. !l % %
Mr. and Mr*. H. S. Brackney. *
were first In eait-wet .c-
tion. Mrs. Ted Flanlgan andA. I
C. Hancock Jr were second
with Mr*. W. D. Burt and Mr*. Starts 9:00 AM MONDAY DECEMBER 28 ..
Elmo Hoffman In third place. ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Lelth ofKlrknl11'
Missouri were
guest. for the evening t
,? ;
Duke Prefers
Stew For Yule Bank Is presented to Mr*. Charles C. Whlttaker HI by Roger
Clapp at the bank's annual Christmas party at the Lake Region
HOUSTON (UPO-The Dukeof PUK-A.-I00 This swim Yacht and Country Club.
Windsor could have had a suit by ROM Marie Reid of UP TO OFF '
Christmas turkey dinner Fridaybut Beverly Hills, Calif., features .
passed It up for stew, a peeka-boa tmbroldoiod .
prune and squash top and was dp-
Doctor at Methodist Hospital, signed' "to sell (for about a
where he Is recovering from ISO), not Just attract alien.
last week's artery operation, lion . for women who area
told him Friday he can eat solid bit more r'luved."
food again. They told him there
was turkey available It he
wanted any, but the Duke politely FREDERICKSBURG, Tex.Mrs. .
declined the offer. Allan No v I an speaking Use Your Charge Account Charges Payable February 10
Surgeon have removed some her 4-year-old son's toy machinegun !:rbr2nmigisnil G'oliimiHrr1vwltlI ;
of the duke's stitches and plan which went off with a
to remove the remaining ones loud rat-tat-tat while President Ih
11I few day. The duke Is expected Johnson was attending church k".ir' W.kNfr
to leave the hospital and services
return to New York City next II rr//INrf.NII j/IIIA/I IN d..z''IHlWtw r3I R&K Abe Schrader Sandra Sage
week. "1 should never have let him .

SHOP IN INTER HAVEN bring It here" l1bnn) UnineflrrlMt6i c1JubnauuNtl Gay Gibson Mr. Mort Mam'selleJeanette

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ALL Prefeetlee-IN-ONI ,leI ,.......\.,. ,,' fKfZJiihrrt Miss
fACKA l POLICIES .. ..... Susan Thomas Luxury
On. d..il.1",td eclitbe for yurRMdt k ]1 armies JIIUlpfln'nJ !) l Miss ElfietteKimberly

RD'S"HOMEOWNER'S"'<,:: '<$. Cay Artley AI a Mode

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PLAN OF PACKAGED PROTECTION Nelly DonHoward Youth Guild Tammy Andrews
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MORE ECONOMICAL THAN SEPARATE / ( JHI NINNN.Irif"",!.Jci.t/rf'.f Wolf Marie Phillips Kelly Arden

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hv b.." ilid to writ* of' what th. year 1965 my bring to th. United J \\11I j "' F ,
Sta..., Florid, and this county Thir itt."'.nft appear on page 19.
Shown .bov* I Is Winter Hvn Mayor Hughes StU, who it i r.cup.ratingnit.lyfrom I
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Miss ent Being Announced Here Today
I February Wedding Is Planned January WeddingIs

Wood Is AnnouncedMr.
To Mr. degree from the University of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ii. Clantonof
Bv Miss Reese Mr. GardnerAnnouncement PlannedBy Longwood, Fla. art announc. Florida. He Is presently em.
Ing the engagement of their plojed as a Junior Field En.
and Mrs. Lyl. H. Peter. of the band. He attended Mur. daughter, Eloise, to James Ml glneer with Schlumberger Well
sen are today announcing the ray State College In Murray, Is being mace Church, and she Is employedas chlil Cunter of New Orleans, Surveying Corporation.
forthcoming marriage of their Ky. and has served In the Air today of the engagement of Miss a bookkeeper at Ree Bee's Miss DanielsJanuary La., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr Gunter Is a member of
daughter, Miss Julie Maureen Force for the past year. He Is Linda Elaine Reese,daughter of Shoe Box. P. Cunter of Winter Haven. the Institute of Electrical and
Sandra, to William Marshall stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Reese, and Mr. Gardner Is a native of The wedding will be solemnz.td Electronic Engineers, and the
Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Base In Rapid City, S. Dak.where Kenneth Alan Gardner, son of this city. Ht was graduated In February 13, at eight p.m. American Petroleum Institute
Wood. 15th Is the date set She is a member of the Eagle In He Is also member of Winter
V he plays In the band. Mr. and Mrs.Franklin R.Gard 1962 from Baylor Military the St. Charles Avenue Bap. a
The brtde.to.be u a nativeof Mr. Wood Is a member of the nun Academy where he played varsity by Miss Carol Daniels, daugh Like Church of Christ list Chapel In New Orleans Haven Lodge 188, Ancient and
Springfield, OhIo. She mov. Parkland Baptist Church The bride-elect, a native of football for three years, It'r of Mr. and Mrs A P. Dan Mr. Williams is also a native Miss Clanton attended Charity Accepted Scottish Rite of Free.
ed here with her family four Wedding plant will be announc. San Francisco, Calif., has resided and was a member of the track, iels, and Gary Williams, son of Winter Haven He Hospital School: of Nursing where masonry, and the Ancient ArabIc
and a half years ago and was ed at a later date here since childhood. She basketball and swim teams He of Mr. and Mrs. Brandon WU served in the Coast Guard, upon graduation she receivedthe Order Nobles of the Mystic
graduated from the Winter Haven Lake was graduated from the Winter attended St. Petersburg Junior hams and Is now employed by Me Honor Nurse's Award for ouU Shrine and The First Christian
High School In 1962 and attend.. Eagle Haven High School in 1963 where College for two years and Is now Announcement of the forthcoming Iver Equipment andSupply.He is standing performance as a student Church.
ed Valparaiso University, Val.paraiso Garden Club she was a cheerleader, member stationed with the Navy at San marriage is being also a member of the Eagle nurse She Is a member of
Ind. of the Amiketos Service Diego, Calif. He Is a member made today The bride-l lect Lake Church of ChiistMlnttr Sigma Alpha Chi and the Amer.
Miss Sendral,, a member of The Eagle Lake Garden Club Ican Nurse Association, and Is Husbands who think their
Club, International waschosen of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. attended the Winter Haven
the Grace Lutheran Church, Is held Its annual Christ mas party Homecoming Queen, a Plans art being made for a schools and Is presently employed u a regls.tered wives consider It their duty to
employed byAndy'
In the office of visitors here Include buy the men's too
employed Pip. nurse at art
at the home of Mrs Charles finalist in the EPA Sweetheart mld-Ftbruary wedding. Charity Hospitalof
ping Packing Company Inc. Young. contest, a senior notable and a Drive-la Restaurant.MISS Mrs Myra Clark of South Ed- New Orleans, doing an Injustice, Ron Postal,
Mr. Wood Is a native of Tam. Traditional holiday decors staffer of the American Cheer meston N Y who is located Mr, Cunter received a Bache. of the National Council of Men's
pa. He has resided here for s.v.eral lions added to the enjoyment of leaders Association for three 7! In the Postal Building lor of Electrical Engineering Fashions, maintains
years and was also a the event years.
member of the U62 graduatingclass Miss Mary Madden prtstnled Miss Reese, a member ofBtymer
of Winter Haven High a colored film strip on "Holi Memorial Methodist
f School where he was a member day with Flowers".


Hev and Mrs L A AlIen .
are announcing the engagement
700 Lake Howard Drive t of their daughter,
Noithwttt La Nelle to Don Bowen son
(New De.......) n of Mrs Sudie lluwrn of trines :i :

MINISTERS) LEO F. KING rSf CityMiss Alkn was graduated J SALEDRESSES
It. F. JOHNSON I from the Winter Haven High
J. 6. STRADIEY School the class of 1961 and
attended Colonial j Beauty 'P.t .
School In Lakeland She ii

11 iSO ..m, "tlf. li. lens employed hire by the Powder
I MUSH Putt Beauty Salon
tM: mm_ OMMI SMlktrtLewie ? Mr Bowen is a graduate: of
Wh Jdtit the 1959 class M Winter haven :
High School, and 'Is employedby t :
Waldorf Company, llaines SUITS
HEARING AIDS A spring wedding is bring 25

Mines and Half Slut IYou'll

; I I "' .LATOLLC'r r ALLEN" ''l Find In These Selections, MerchandiseYou

Can Wear Even Through The Spring

I Taylor Circle Is Entertained

Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Abercromble a short business meeting which
were hosts recently was followed by a beautiful de.
when they entertained the Fay votlonal by Mrs. K. S. Bennett, TOeee
M7Ude. Taylor Circle or the First Bap. around the Christmas tree.
I. that Church in their home for Members contributed can. Costume
the annual Christmas Party ned foods for a Christmas Bus. Of
M I The table in the dining room ket to five to the nee was covered with a red cloth Members present were Mr. .
V centered with frsn red cut flow and Mrs. Ernest Walker,Or.and
SEMI.ANNUALSHOE era and burnin, green tapers Mrs, Albert Carnett, Mr. and 70
Silver coned place cards mark Mrs John Netherrott, Mr. and
CLEARANC ed the places of each guest Mrs V. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs GLOVES
Dinner was served buffet style James Roberts, Mrs Melton
and consisted of turkey, dress Godwin Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Har.
tnr., potatoes, envy., green ry C. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. SLEEPWEAR OFF
beans, peas, hot rolls, c'. fee Keith Fenner Mrs K. S. Bear
and cake. sell Mr. and Mrs Jerome \\'U.
The guests fathered In the \Hams and the hosts
living room following dinner for
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fJ( you these huge ,..ill9' at the pe *( I1 & Hav.ndale Blvd.Wint.r .
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DAILY NEWS-CHIIF. Swday, 0... 27 144 Page 17
Miss Winter Haven Miss Anne Brown Wears Lace Ensemble .
Wedding ..." "\ ., ': "s, ..,1I1"jJ, '" I et"

Will Be Married Gallop Club Members Have Dance
Dignified simplicity was u.e ;:,

In heynpteof beearty when among Jt*
FebruaryOf ..
weoolDg, yejilerday, inttedto
sMirtai. Miss AM* A. Member a** guests of the Kaytor Arnold Spanje, James
rr wick the Brown, of Ma city and Paul N. Gallop dab entoyed a Chris 010118, Kay Mahaflvy. Allsloi,
interest! here Is Turabull ,
Row of shUaajl mas dance at the Womaa'a Mclver, Randy Kath
i.yr announcement of the engagesmoot Miss BTVM !s the daughteror Clubhouse on Lake Howard Connor Robbie Cooney, Ann.Griffith
of Miss Carol ;
i for merl" of this ell AiuiStevenS, daughter Mr*. L A. Brown and .... Drive. Music was provided by Scotty Turnbull,
) late Mr. Brae. *. Mr. ROM to Bhidct Canova's Combo. Steve Dunham, Jimmy rfliu,
of :
MI.i and\IMr Ross Steven
a the Decorations In the Debbie Mason, Craig Speaker ,
of eon of Mrs T. H. ROM of holiday
I ake Wales, to RlchardCar-
Lakeland and fee late Mr.Roes, motif added to the tm of the Mark McDurr, Pattt Kerce [>.ii.
roll Kernel son of Mr. and Mrs
Richard The ffMixai of lie First evening, with the local points Slag, Susan Snlvely, Mtk.
N. Kerner of Merries
N. 1'. PrMbytarlM Chink WM decanted being a Christmas tree and Adams,. Bobby Jahn, DeslelrhGilbert.
will stately baskets of Santa Claus.
Miss Steven, the current
; Miss Winter Haven war grad white gladioli and white Fug Punch and cookie were Judy Keffer, Gene Padgett
diryssnt.mamt. served during the evening to John Gravel LI a deOnatlvU
uated from the Lake
High The Rev. JamM BUckwood Ray Bentley Martha WetMri.... John May Ted Miller ir .i
School In 1861 where obi
wu a performed the double ring ton, Unda WMtehead, Brent Murrell, Bobby Rabe, Ty Ral',
majorette tor the toad. In
resenting Winter Haven rep-this ceremony before a large gathering Whitley Steve Spears, Jimmy Marty Losey Christine Hood,
of friends Canny Blake Lewie, Larry Jane Kochan Peggy Grossman
in the MIM Florida.
year -
pageant Mrs. Frank T. Rogers of Smith, Do BOWM David Me. Bill Gregory, Sarah Sprinket,
y ,, .r Correct, she Posture WM selected of Florida."MIM" Knoxvllle, Tenn., cousin of the Cutcheon Mike Tucker, Joel Judy Sapp Martha King, Susan

The bride-to-be a member bride and Mrs. Florence Cox Norris Larry Haines, Rob Wyllya, Gary Mary Candy Lock.
of the Dance Masters of Am.r- Wilson presented a program Hoenshvl! Dan HalM, Wet Ber. Bill Relnts, Regina Dowen.
, of nuptial music. ry, Tom Smith, David Field Diane Dlllard Susan Moats Jan
le ,
was an instructor at the
l.i tor Studio of Dance Arts The radiant bride, given la v Jerry Uncoln, Debby Thornhlll Thomas, Greg Griffith, Ladle
marriage by Dr. Ivan W. Cessler Bill Sellrt, Joey Rears, HalseyLaFrandre. Huff, Kim Oberbacher Kay Hart
for four years, and Is now employed -
Robert Milk
mon, Hart Margo
wore an elegant wedding
at Orbach'i DepartmentStore F
r 1 In New York City. suit of mist blue Imported lace Bob Lemons, Steve Owen, er, Patty Mccarty and Russell
John ttegle, Jerry Me La ugh. Hart.
Mr. Kerner Is a native of over peau satin. The designedJacket
ton, Terry Simpson, Pumpkin
Merrlca, N. Y. He was graduated featured delicate scallops Furniture 'ants a face-llftln
and Simpson, Vicky Eastman, dUlett
elbow-length sleeves,
from Roosevelt High with "coametlci"! designed *vpeclally
School there In 1958, and from complemented by short lace fowler, Wendell McMillan. for the Job-a llqult
Tim Vogt Bob Eddy, Jeff Beas.leu
gloves. Her headpiece fashioned +
Michigan State University In cleaner wax remover and
Dana Baxter HerMe Pol.
of of the ,
tiny lily Valleyand
1963. He served lieuten-
as a treated "atubborn stain re
lard, Vaughn McAahan, LindaBeas
turned leaves that held
ant In the with two-
Army a mover" cloth Used togetnei
le Lee Mattox, Sally
short lace veil. The bride car-
year tour of duty in Europe. David theM" product eliminate the
Gassier, Evans
ried white orchid Stephen
a single on a
He is assistant
now manager Sowarda, Candy CarrolDill sticky build-ups of old wax and
for a branch of Brass Rail Restaurants white satin prayer book. Dots, Mike Vines.Marrla polish and remove paint apecku" .
Mrs. Leonard Hart served
Inc. Stoner, Connie Ball nail polish, ink: etc horn fin
her sister as matron of honor.
CAROL ANN STEVENS The will t take
ceremony placeat mood Antilles
.y, Joan Georges Todd Barr,
Mrs. C. Linden Davidson was
three p.m. on February 27th Kenny Bowes, Dui Hitchcock,
the honor attendant. The attendants y
In the Catholic Church of M.r-
wore fashionable Linda Christopher, Avis Par. '% THE
N. Y.
sheath dresses of cranberrysilk sons, Casale Jacoby, Quentin
linen. They carried white Tuce, Johnny Locknart! George i HAVEN
R. B. Hamiltons orchid corsages Their headpieces Jacoby, Debbie Bowen, Don HOTEL
were styled of wedding ... -- Pound, Brad Rivers, Lee Dlc:., g

Present Program ring bands with short Illusion MRS. PAUL N. ROSS Mary Hays, Lynn Dire, Harry IMPERIAL
veils Krli, Bo James, Paul Schopk.,
Store Hours Leonard Hart, Richard Well Jack Straughn Mrs. Jack Moran Duty Trtplett Tommy May,
Dr. and Mr* Robert B.Hamilton Mrs. Brown selected for her DINING ROOM
of Lakeland and C. Linden Miss Rebecca Waldrop
Dr Mike Pearls, Charlene Spaugh,
':11 A.M. this week presented an Illustrated daughter's wedding a frosty D. YOU CHOICI *
t. f 00 '.M. Davidson.The Mrs. A, F. Laws, Mrs. R. O
MONDAY lecture on the. Holy pink mohair outfit with matchIng Betty May.
hire social hall of the church Seawell and Mrs. Dexter Dan Barbara Panda Sarah Jane MIND UKVICt OK
Land to a capacity audienceat accessories. Her
was transformed into a beauti tell Jr.Junior. Hart, Chuck neid., Tommy
VAIUES the Lakeland Tourist Club was a lavender orchid.: PURPLE mi LOUNGE
for Its Christmas program Mrs. Ross, mother of the Ail setting for the reception. hostesses Thomas Linda May,Sally Trlpp. DAILY IhJO-l liIM.v.r
Shades of shell pink and white were Misses Cathy Trlpp Steve Smith, David .
The program included the bridegroom, chose a grey crepe carried out the theme In the Patti Gender, Sally Ceasler tl M ItMIII
showing of scenes In the Holy dress with accent accessoriesof
and Susan Snivel,.
hall. A pink satin cloth overlaid
limited time Land made on the Hamilton'stour black. She wore a corsage with white net and gathered at For traveling Mrs. Ross selected
there, together with narration of lavender orchids.Robert .
the corners with tiny pink rosebuds a becoming threepieceoutfit
and appropriate Christmas Branson served u
In tones of blue She wore
and bowknots covered the
/2 price sale music best man. Ushers Included,1Imf" bride's table A four tiered black patent accessories and a Children's Art Classes
white orchid
tedding cake centered the table corsage
and was topped with miniature
rDId white orchid.Tall pink tap. Mr. and Mrs. Ross will make beginning January 5

ers cut son light over the ap- their home at U1T Holly Road,
ESERTOWER pointments.Miss Lakeland. Mrs Ross will continue *
Janet Seawell gieeted as RN In the medical office elementary grades .tl media

the guests as they entered the of Dr. Ivan W, Cesaler.

FL / 'a reception Miss Melody room.Ross and Miss Out of town guests attendingthe Ridge Art CenterArgy

/ Janet Hart presided at the wedding were Dr. and Mrs.
bride's book. Frank T. Rogers of Knoxville,
DEODORANTS I y Those assisting with the hospitalities Tenn.i Miss Pearl Shank of
Included Mrs It. B. Washington,, D. C., and Mr Kalogridit, instructor CY 33006M
1Ll.1 Snlvely, Mrs. Ivan W. Ceailtr,
CREAM ROLL-ON s and Mrs. Richard Wens and
or Mrs James Mrs.
Blackwood children of Lakeland


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whose engagement to Rayford ,
Wayne Ward Is being announced -
If Santa's choice should today Miss Bennett Is the '
Santa daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jim Valentines" 1 Designer Shoe
be the wrong size the Bennett of Eagle Lake. Her fl- F by Josef DuVal
ance: is UM son of Mr. and Mrs.J. I Air Step'
wrong color or Just D. Ward of Lakeland. Wedding -
make plans will be announced Careua" Reg to $23.00Reg
a plain don't .
wrong, worry, at a later dale. /'

the downtown merchantsmistake to $17.00 I '

will be glad to right any $2290
The IsUat water-baaed art
gift wrong from Dec. 26 paints do not require turpen. MADAM

through Dec. 31. You can lines \&rnlahtlor And. oils the for manipulation $1890 Josef DuvalGenuine
aye manu
in I size exchange them for Just facturer the colon doni crack Once again i It} I h time for Lizard

fade or turn yellow are freely
Andrew Geller .ml.annual shoe sale)
what you want, quicklyand manipulated with the application our Pumps
of plain waUi and dry
easily. lihln lOminvUtsMOTE Pelinio This is truly a grand time Beige end Bon

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merchants to give cash with many pain of beaufi

refunds of course if ful fashion shoed.

an exchange Is impossible $690 $890

the Downtown Retail THIS EMBLEM ;

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NEWS.CHIEF, Sunday, 27, 1964 Page VITheir
m? ,

, Engagements; Are Of Interest I ti'I '


Miss Nelms

Is EngagedTo

Mr. McNeerMr P.r 235 W. Central


and Mn Jamea Aqua
tars Nelma have announced the ;
engagement ot their daughter Storewide PrelnventoryCLEARANCE
Mm Neyta Anne Nelmt. of
St. James, Long bland, N.Y.,
to Gordon Evana MeNeer of
New York City SALE

Miai Nelmi, a graduate of
Winter Haven High School, attended .
the University of Flo
rida where she was a member
ot the Chi Omega Sorority II c
Sac slap attended MUlersville
State College in MiUeriviUe. .1 :
Pa. she ta the granddaughter (s
of Thomas C. Nelmi, of thU
city, and Mrs Harry D, Muller W .
of Miami

.rEi Mr. McNeer was graduated
rum laude from Tabor Academy -
t in Marion Man He I* Illinois Girl Is BetrothedTo t
a senior at Princeton Unlversi
ty and a member of Charter a

Club.grandson Mr ot McNeer John H ia Evans the James F. Keene Of This City f

and the late Mn. Evan, of ,
Lik.. Alfred, and the late Mr. unusualopportunities'
Mr. and
Mra. Otto H. Koellaof daughter, Gloria Ann, to James
and Mrs A II McNeer. of Equality, HI. ,. Keene ..y .
art announcing ton of Mr. and Mrs. .
Lake Alfred. the engagement of their B. F. Keene of this city. 1j
The brlde-elect, a 1M7 graduate ,
KISS NEYSA NELMS of Eldorado HI. Township for .
High School, resided In Winter ..
Around The Town Haven for three year., and was worthwhile $!f
employed by the Winter Haven
Hospital. She la a member of savings
The Kappa Delta Alumiae Mrt. Jim Burattte it spending the First Church of Christ El-
Half price sale onBonneBells Association will hold its annual the holidays in Alabama doradl, til.
holiday luncheon Tuesday with friends and relatives, Mr. Keene has resided here
for the past ten years H. was
at twelve at the
home of Mra Joe K Hayi Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Uper graduated from the Winter Ha- 'U. ... '.
gen High School In 1956
,and has
131* North Lake Elbert Drive. and sons are making their
been In the Air Force for thepast
All alumnae are invited to at home here on Fourth Street three
years and eleven
"Refresher Course"for teDd. Reservations should be SE after moving from Bartow months. He has Just returned
made with Mrs Ted Horn, from a one-year tour of duty DRESSES SUITS SPORTSWEAR
2942544. Julian L Barton son of Mr. In the Philippines, and will now -
and Mrs 0 N. Barton, hat be stationed at MacDIU Air
complexions Mrs. Millie Undstram of been promoted to lechnteal Force Base In Tampa. LINGERIE ACCESSORIES
The Dal'ea! Ore. ta here for a sergeant in the US Air Force Plans are being made for a
holiday visit with her brotherIn at Charleston, S.C. January 9th wedding.The .
f .law and sister Dr. and Mn
Ronald McKmnif and family. John Swan In home from glove casual shoe, orlg.
the University of Florida far mating in Italy and transported
Mn. Ellea Glenn of Miami a holiday visit with hit fa miiy Intact to France and England,
la the weekend guest here Qf will be Important among spring 1 AND
Miss EHie OaviaMrsand shoes for American females,re. SAVE to
ports the National\ Shoe Retailers Z MORE

Mn. Edward E. Al/c( Thorn, l1'. Hint. son Association, t J
30 Le..iV Flint, Mich are here .off Mr. and )lr Q.'V. Htrg' (
for a winter "!alt. They are \it l member of the 6989UTStlf- ,
; r
located at the Lake Deer port Squadron a* Mtaawi AB
t Trailer Court Japan which hat won the U.S.
Air Force Security Service
Capt. Peter A. Land has first annual Community Rela i LAY x
h '
been decorated with the USAF lions Achievement Award.
Commendation Medal I at
tt Rhein.Main AB, Germany Tony Prince, a student at
Captain Land whose wire lathe the University of Florida is
,, former Mist Elizabeth Steph..nlOQ enjoying hohrfa> Visit herewith
Flu' 1'1//"i mm I Irli. tJOO fins JIy

/ //1', (, II/"miiHii, ( n,...,, 2SO Ing IS .y and Mrt, daughter 11 G Sleph of Judge nIUD. hit family
nut TAX was awarded the medal for Mr and Mrs B. R. \aten' .
Don /el your lire tell time PiV) Cream meritorious service at I military line, formerly of Canton. Ohio GiANT.r
are now making their home
training officer at Rbtoln.Ilaln
it night Plus 10 infirm 4f tnt.a/ make up hue lit 'it now a pilot with here on North Lake Otis

all diy thn lull month supply of" youth the MiMh Air Transport Drive.

giving estrogen. You'W find they absorb quickly, unit Squadron support at the Rhein U.S.Main. Air For.His Mr. and Mn Irving F Rip-

to help nourish and lubricate dry ikin cet in Europe minion of pro- ley of Monticello Ind. are
here for the winter season and
The kin cells rivifa/i/ed/ / viding the major air contribution -
helps bung
for defense of the NATO are residing at 637 Avenue A. $1.00
a irrthvr, more youthful/ appearance Bonne Belll'lus / count rki. NW { Jfrttth Ira

/ 30 Cream and I flail have been the choice ofdirrimin4'ln8 stretch straps,
Mr. and Mrt. A. R.
Mr and Mrs Otte Donnell and sides
have arrived from Sault Ste of Wellington, IB. are settled SAL.ESAVI
Marie, Mich. and are locatedIn here at :21$ Avenue J, SE for reg $4.95
Apartment 730 West Cen the winter season
year teal. for the winter season
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. MUter and daughter are newcomers '
Mriic are hen from !New' Berlin to Winter llavin, having c j
New York for a winter boll moved here from West Virgin 3.
ta, They are residing on 11th
day They are residing In the .

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oan find congenial members. No section of the Dartow Hlghwav I DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday Dec 27, W4! Peg. 19

: Civic And Political Leaders Contribute Ideas On 1965 woman in Winter Haven should from the south city limits of *' '

; fell lonely or useless.Wtotor Winter Haven and a new commercial

Haw to a beauttsal I bypass to the southof

.*. May It uBittoiii to be a Lake Eloise Owof the nada Newest Japanese Boom:

Social Educational And Economic Problems Considered eltyfcr.rtf.tatfgtow ready tor aoMtmoUoa Qtwy

__ ........ 1M IIIIIIIaIII a 92 from Lake Alfred to Hataos

ofservtoa.TlMMwvshallwt City) should be tot to oonstrwet

What will the coming year confusion seemingly, uninformed and. so many and are Indifferent to sometimes all peoples, we,forget-He and there earn are gross sad. UM procsesl Mnecessary. **7 *or Hevoa will thrive very early' In the year.Our Division. will Nuptial Spectaculars

a'laty eraWILWER 1 Arthopol
brine to the people oitbe United those who would narrow down
as to what U really the of several
start seeding
State? Will It be a year atpeue to the favored I'sw. MRS SAMU RABB TOKYO (0I>0 A foreignerwho ale monthly. wag Is still only
happening. Lake In me In the
and prosperity, will the Milan What of the This year 181 has seen the MoCOTCWON area early wanders Into Tokyo's Meljl about *1M.Meljl .
year or years and should. reduce the
oonUnue to make progress in ahead? Who can anticipate with passing of many famous people Winter RMS has boon a sib blind totMtation drastically Memorial Hall any time during Memorial Hall, onto of
solving IU major problem In degree of accuracy what In different walks of life. You in which to Uw 11I1.... While the nest two months I* apt to the most famous of the Tokyo
any this We
tile field of social welfare,education they will .bring? If present will recall them We shall miss many pUow to. oar nattoa have Looking forward Into the year shall Increase coming the sine year.of carlocal think he's blundered into amovie wedding caterers, U hooked

etc.?What does the cornIn trends continue...nation could especially those who have given been full of tarmoU Wtoeor IMS the Board of County Commissioners health eater and offer sot or a mad osass. solidly through November You

year hold for Polk County?; go the way of the mighty Roman us laughter-good, clean, healthy Haven .ha* been relatively can tor**** an outstanding better service to the flees of Scurrying around the place can't hire Its services now, un-

Eight civic leaders, pictured Empire. A sense of urgency Is laughter-Eddie Cantor Oracle peaceful. AU etUaeM, stile year In t planning and nwdtetne sanitation will be yoiMg men to striped las you're willing to settle for
on today's front page of the upon us. If there only will be Allen, Pill Bendlx-we think of leaders, ally ofMate, and. enforcement construction of road In Polk and mental health W* will pests, old Japanese woman In a ceremony early In the morn- \
women's section at the officer are to be ins or around dusk.!
Dally a rebirth of patriotism and now. Statesmen like President County at both the state and continue placing road name ceremonial Mack kimono,
News-Chief, have been asked Herbert Hoover, General Mac- commended tor this Nineteen local level. Completion of three white-robed' priests of Japan's The establishment mat rtes
love of country a rebirth of signs\ (the and whit reSectorised :
to state their Ideas and thou;hU belief In the Bible as the Inspired Arthur and others have left sixtj-four ha been a year of major projects will be realised ( green markers) throughout Shinto religion, and a small between 31 and 40 couple a I

on the coming year. Word of God and a deeper us the memory of live of valuable growth and building- The early In the year namely, the wtmrbMt and rural army of waiters' and major day Almost 20 Shinto priests
faith In the Supreme Being, service, jet they were churches and service and social four lining of highway 60 demos spend the day at the hall, rushIng I

Shelley Boone then undaunted and undisturbedwe heartened by the sound of laugh organisations have been very through Lake Wales, the four- areas With all dour taweejed ser- The pulled Westerner also from ceremony to ceremony -
active Increased membershipIs lining of 17 from Haloes will and grumbling that the
ter. These give a great gift highway eee young Japanese women
can look toward to the future lee we have found that with
to Mankind. bringing building and expansion City to Lake Wale and the many of them In white wedding hardly get time for a decent
confident that the power of Almighty our natural growth these thing*
plan for many churches. new Lucerne Park road from formats that would easily lunch.Meljl.
This past year has been both Cod will lead us on. There have been so many can be done without raising tax
Yes, 194 has been a goodyear flames City to Winter Haven pass muster in Paris or New
,good and disappointing. Good, who have looked too far left; In Winter Haven and 190B Through the combined efforts of millets We believe that this York.It Hall's tcIp- llht wedding .

in that .e not only maintained and a segment, who have should be better. Whatever will make all of us part of a catered to 100 guests, runs
Judge Bowden Hunt even County road districts i and 4 will dawn on him that this
the quality of our shcool pro. persisted In gating too far right; political friction has existed the new Buckeye Bypass around Happy New 'ee.r.tote'Ol' Is a place where people get mar a* high a* 400,000 yen (about
twelve out IBM I really think and some whose have been 1.100. For this sum, the hall's
tram one through As for eyes should be smoothed out and the northeast Winter Haven will be ried. But If he looks further,
were able to expand. The open. I'm happy things went as wellas fixed straight ahead that they staff send out the Invitations
road ahead be ready for progress completed' and will relieve he will find that Japan's wedding .
Ing of the Polk Junior is true handledfar saw no needs throws poet wedding banquet
Collegewas they did. It we anywhere, while and cooperation. It wlU downtown Winter Haven of a H..11 catering house tie the
a terrific accomplishment. more children through the still others longed to go back. and provides all the guests with
surely be another year of building considerable volume of heavy knot with an assembly line precision -
It was disappointing in that Juvenile Court--3048. This It where no man can walk again. and growth. truck traffic seldom seen In the West traditional souvenir presentv

there was so much community would seem, Is a large number Perhaps we need to think of should be "This year they all want to
Every a goodyear The
year Winter Haven area Is "W* venture, forth on a new Japan Is In the midst of a
scrapping over the college, but (and it Is).However, a careful that man In one of Dr Henry for the women of Winter divided at First Street between that holds promiseof wedding boom. As In most go to Kyushu or the southern
happily the outcome has been of Van every part of the country" aIpOke.man
analysts of the types Djke's loved poems. He says
Haven. There are so many opportunities two county roaddistrlctaCom befog" one of the greatestIn places It's papa who pays, and
generally accepted throughoutthe realize the for the Japan Travel
makes juveniles to
one attempted drive
his horse
for service, self- missioner L. W, Duns n's district the history of our community.If the Japanese lather Is paying
to what the collegeIs not and Bureau. He aides that few of
county as cart
of Polk
County are through a dense forest .
expression and sociability. 3 to the west and Commissioner we all pull together we can like never before. Not since the
and what It can do. too bad. In fact, I'm right proud In darkest night Driving There Is an outlet for whatever WUmer McCutcheon's make this rally come true. palmy days before the depression them go overseas, though many
The establishment of the college of left, or right he found himself express Interest In Hawaii
them. Interest a woman has. The district 4 to the act These and the Chinese War has

should bring to Polk recog. Of the 3046, 636 were traffic getting nowhere. Driving churches bring spiritual en two districts are planning many Tokyo seen so many spectacular In Tokyo's downtown bull

Dltlon as an outstanding countyIn cases. This leaves us 2410of .. straight ahead he kept encountering richment of course, and they new road projects for the Winter The put year showed terrific nuptial ceremonies. ness district, the travel bureau

terms of providing Its citizens the 2410, 615 were support tall trees and other obstacles also provide fellowship In study, Haven area such as the four. gains! and I'm sure that we will Mostly they reflect Japan's has set' up a special "newIwed. )'-
with educational opportunities and there equal or better' this In 1 M5.I corner" to deal with the
complete was no place
cases (where the parent pays worship and service through laning of First street from growing prosperity In this year
from the first grade for the care of his child In another to turn back. Finally, In ..hHrdelPl"rallon women's organizations and Sun Florence Villa to the Gardens of the Tokyo Olympics. honeymoon trade."They're .

through junior college and with home). Then we have only he looked upward. day School classes Whatever Road on the south, the tour- certainly wish to thank the There are more Japanesewith all trying to "t the
the expanding of courses offer 1795 of this 535 and saw the path of the stars woman's Interest music most for their money, and theyall
; number were a lacing of Ave "R" (Gardens of Winter Haven for their money to spend these days "
people have lot of ,
and vocational In the a questions
ed at the college referred as dependent, no delinquent opening between the trees, painting, politics citizenship, Road) from 3rd street to 9th many kindnesses during the past than at any time since the

school. children so we have and following that path, he handcraft, writing, card-pU street east tourlanlng llav- few weeks and hope to be able 1980's and a lot of them are official lays one harassed travel

The advancements have not left only 1260 who were delinquent emerged safely from the for- Ing, gardening, welfare work. endale Bly4. from Winter tl Haven to greet all In In the near spending It on wedding ceremonies
Tor what they spend, they
been limited to these. The program This Includes every type est.So there is a group In which she the Auburndale, four laning oft thai cost around 11,800. "
future take ,
I"'Mlot of lime
to Include an our
has been enriched Of delinquency; truancy, incorrlgiblllty many directions have tried Ina country where the aver

foreign languages, math as well as larcenyand --by so many. Isn't It timewe

and science, In an attempt to keepup other types of offenses looked upward to the stars? Tremendous in !
Savings Department
with present day de. So I'm real glad about a and very particularly, The Star Every
mands. The school system Is of Bethlehem?

'now financially able to upgrade figure approximately which represents 2 per cent only dour 1965 lies before usyes, we 4 Big Days Mon. Tues. Wed Thurs.EAREND .

also Its home economics de. youth (of Juvenile Cartage know that In this life there ,

partments and libraries. will be trials and tribulationsyet
In delinquents.We .
) coming as
I have long felt the children are also real proud of the if we use our freedom to /

of Polk County are entitled to cooperation of many agenciesthe : accept them there will be E

at least the same educational beauty, light, laughter homes
( Board of County Commissioners SALE
opportunities as afforded by oth. and the attitude of the and families, faith, hope and KNOWNa Y

er counties, and with the help general public and the help love. Now In I DCS the work of
and understanding of the tax pay. Christmas must begin
of mass news media regardIng -
Ing public, we have been able children In trouble. To find the lost .
to provide faculty materialsand To heal the broken,
for 1965 we sincerely
As ,
specialists to work toward To teed the hungry 1
this end. hope some agency services can To release the prisoner, t. J 1 q

Perhaps the greatest accom. be expanded. We often wait 30. To rebuild the nations, 4< Inrt/s o/ '", tarn tiA
60 90 days for place.menl (
to or zK 4
pllshment of recent years was To bring peace among DRAPERY
the acceptance of the vital role of dependent children In. brothers //o .i.' and family e'.1 h'w
foster homes, or for psychological
of public education by the cltU To make music In the
evaluation of children
tens of the county. All signs heart.Congressman.
referred to the county public COTTON 1
point to the fact that businessmen that"justice MATERIAL
agency. It has been said llalty ,
organized delayed Is not Jus The tremendous advancemint '
labor and the man on the streets true of REMNANTS 9p
tice". That Is certainly ryx 4
and growth In Inn we
satisfied with
are no longer a
minimum children It should be Improved. lion Is rather astounding In .r l Besutiful Selection

As far Is program 1965 is concerned we also hope that at the county the Southeast tertian for Instance C y ken tr Asserted Petterni. end
foster 28 ,
establish y ,
level we can Sale
we look forward to thrgndnx.tlon two- or three years '' rd' t.
receiving homes under the courtor aA v 1;+ s Wide R,nge of Colon,
of the first class from Jun. onto there was nothing but
County Commission for dependent sot TO. IF ON full IOLTS d" )6" WithtREG.59c
lor College, expanding of the children who now must groves Now there Is a thrlv

;vocational center the upgrad. be kept at the Juvenile Home tag community' Winter HavenIs y rp Machine wnHhabl and color r !

Ing of many of our older school along with delinquent children, moving at a terrific pace, v.y fait first quality cottons, (

plants. Not to be forgotten of sometimes forays, sometimesfor whether tin residents realize / l-v'/y C'luxme gay adore. lively '

course, the Increased effortsIn weeks and occasionally for it or not.Florida.
irmU 1.10 yard length
the area of In-service trainIng f [
months is the glamour state
for teachers admlnlstra. PtltM leiMti 2k
CettM yd
Then, too, we hope to see a of the nation and we are just
tors In fact all to
course for.law enforcement 3iOOJa
raining beginning to grow Everyone '
effective total (
provide program.We .a more officers begin at the Polk wants to come to Florida Sale 4 yds.99c
Junior College. Children handled
expect to have completedthe sometime. and the pot.nUllln

next September, five new wisely from the very begin- this aisle In my opinion ro. IP ON run COLTS
ring of their social conflict *t tt
school plants In the county three hun even actually been
respond quicker and more com A big srlcct m of prints!
elementary and two junior high tupped i
j In Winter Ha. pletely.At the future the Machine washable soul cohit,4 -
elementary Ai to
(one program
venX) AU are now on the draw. an After-Careparoleprogram the State level,) we hops,} the President I will ,',4 ,'' flit Stitch- for-stitrh. 1C* Store Hours ,' i\ HAND TOWELS

Ing board or under constructionnow. can be brought about so that i submit to Congreti. he has the NWt> variety in town- .00 P.M. y :
f.10 to ;
boys and girls can be released j krpt pretty much to himself DY"; .
As an example of present day tinSATUIIIAY
sooner from the State Training lie will punt Medicsre and t .' 3/sjoo

planning, we point to the recent Schools We now have long waitIng some kind of bill will bepuifd w

addition to the Winter Haven High lists.. After-Care The of this for t
pro. scope 4i
School with Its modern foreign : : ., NO MONEY DOWN s j.
gram will reduce the tralnlni' now cannot be predicted, I : t Coordinated

language, science and art facill. period, thus offering a quicker want to wait. and see what the >A1 TAXI 30 DAYS OR '.
sews 1 !. cotton terries
ties.Our proponed program will be before f ,
children are this nation's We also hope the Legislaturewill approving or dlispprovIng 1 MONTHS FAY -.J'' In wonder.
greatest asset and It 1f they who "
give consideration to much to be worked P "
There it
will mold the future of our coun- changing the jurisdiction wwww"re "r"t Milo.
agi'I -
bill be one 4
out the mint
try lae will be a when M r
year of IT to 21 for dependent children "
and will have that will not overload the to ['w' fad.
taxpayers ri1
In the Juvenile Court 1 A Charge Account ..
an even greater Interest In our AS the law now Is, If the child cal security lards Open celefi.SAVE .

educational system and will be has been In Juvenile Court before Ai to the antipoverty program --",. r.

snore conscious of the need for their 17th birthday, we ran as presented by the Now! A.i\

providing our youngsters with retain jurisdiction until 21 In Preitdrnt etpeclaUy the Ap'

All of the educational advantages order to have her supported palschian Bill there It tome

that It Is possible to give them. until she Is 21 (If she remains doubt in my mind as to whether \ :

in school etc.), but If she Is 17 or not It Is workable, 33 ON > FRS.

DR. ROBERT B. HAMILTON and one day the parents refuseto There Is a great deal of mOD'e )

help In anyway, no court can ) involved In that area r'r' '

A i we stand In the gatewayof help.Our One of the things we need w i FIRST QUALITY :-1)

the New Year we look In County Is much more fortunate to do for the high prosperity '" \ ,

two directions Wt look beck than moeU We have many and economic structure. of the KANTRUN MESH irI.
Into the old Year with Its faculties for the care and treat ls UNreconiideration v
at. high point
tragedies and triumphs, and ment children that most counties of the Fedcr SEAMLESS NYLONJ

we peer Into the New Year that do not have at all, and what al EacH: Tsi ThU should beUfteJ Ilig Selertton! Ilig Satingi +
lies before us with Its challenges < we have will compare favorablywith J e

and uncertainties.: The any county. It was a temporary war HOUSEHOLD PLASTICS t

first we see In rather clear Generally, the people of the measure not a means by Sate! 2 !

perspective the second we see County have an ear ke.Nyat- which to rata laces and revenue In Smart New Color Prt.

Mas through a glass darkly tuned to the needs of child'.... It was more or lets to 1 110. 7 rs.1.31

The past year has brought I hope we in our responsibilitywill tea what the government considered

drastic changes that affect the be able to justify this response luxury Items and to Sale 2 for 88 W( *"1W VArA Guaranteed runproof!

lives of all of us. These changes and nurture Its growth tike the attain off plants during ? w, ia Even If yam breaks,
have taken place, and are Mrs. D. P. Ellsworth the war years It has remsmed. e lttr sturdy laundry basket e VrgrtaM bin tiny biked In etiktwe

continuing to take place. In but should and la my ,
e Itound and rrrtanguUr thspe waste baskets M wun'trun 8iM <8'/i UMOIMO s
the three.land
Today we pause1 on
business, education, social customs will be removed in
government religion and of an open door,privilegedto opinion, e Cutlery Irsy with \ sections e Owh IIIUIi
woman's pocketbookfor
other areas of life. Strange. review a year Just passing, 1D6J A definitelynot e Scrub tub e TnU with spout e Hsndi-Trsy s

terpreutlon are being put upon and to glimpse the New Year be instance used, should While some areas Small/ utility bin e :3-pe. Billing bowl art MM* t \ 'i

the laws at the land, Interpretations emerging. \
I are I-givento What are our thoughts? tag s* siulcsics, they are HANDY SWING TOP WASTE UN . 1." I

the Bible, social customs Those wiser In the ways of not hUMrkes. but neresiiUe COTTON FLANNEL SPORT

that have prevailed for generations the world In the area of government Congress itself during 1M$. -.. _', J -

are being altered, and economics science wren be looking ctaelr at our : : $0'r
btslsess methods. are education, will have their water supply and writ be comeererd SAVE

dunging. It Is with regret that thoughts--and win be audible ..b the contervsUonof ;. t: RECORD SPECIALS --'KNITSSp10 -
m their expression. It's of the 2-PC
we have seen an Increase In our natural resources We STOCK UP..SAVE! i.
Juvenile delinquency, quieter patts of life I speak to are to a great extent wut.f. COTTON SLEEFERS
deaths on the putlle Ugbvays, we bolddearGebewtisalMY- ... to sassy ways The Lela Sale 94C
other tragedies did more to peas
as wen as Congress
CRAL WORLD about M made
first time U the tutor Ue resources Sale 99<
I For (be by the CREATOR and offered laws to conserve

} of the oaths Its dttiens to as as a gift to be looked that say to the past 10 U 110,1.70 Reg. 1.47
living In a day IIItJJ Congress (for
I find themselves at, listened to, and .....ed. fifty years And the

I who an enemy aerial attack The song of the birds, the wW be eolKemnI about 44 HTM From finished knit Safety

I over night could destroy one. fragrance and heady' of tileDo..n this We to Flortdj should be .
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fifth of the population and one- tile rasa of waters etpecUHy concerned wO our (leading record. com' tread plastic 10. ndimly tailored in menu ... .-Jlnbh cotton
pent**. Hfaxk 1 with 9 to
third of the Industrial centers. along the shore, the wind U the ester fItIOWC The old say up grippers full for tSirs he active boy. WaahabU.
I to be a sinister Influence 6 with ... waist F.Uri p.W.1t.tletna
There has JA .tI.
theWW trees, the sun, heralding eachnew lag yea never mien the w* + Lint 6 to 18.CO .
sfcroad to dsy, tile moon lignttng lye trr till the was runs dry to r 3
propaganda designed to undermine dark ant .1 7
sights tile stars) true on*.
and ultimately destroy AD these have com from Him- else tocoKrne4 '
far as soything
that which Us been the funs and ben to crown file gift. Be As .e .11 >wt hive W". T. GRA.NT SOUTHIASTnAAY'OWII
of oar tree denoeratw egrowraoww aeon teed
dadoa 6rdeas
gave me one RPaIVEioI: whit. thepropose Crpmt
society. M* y people are tile so loved THE WORLD that lie U war sad set Con p ro+eren r0 rsr fJdl F

violins of tension, anxiety, give JUt only begotten oa"- Freadesl to

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What's New II PFC. Darby

Or Old? As

rrci Qualifies

It'a a pleasure to ride up
and down Avenue T since they

paved this major thoroughfare Rifle Expert

In our community, and a,
that really NEW "lIow. '

.. ever Christmas has come and FORT HOOD, TEX (AIITNt .
r V gone, and fiat OLD \ Army pre David J

y II s Darb\ Ion of M rand Mn

children There In were the community many happy on L' A v i'; JO I'Ptl s Darby, 802 AvenueT

Christmas Day running up and NE, Winter Haven, Hi,
rN t A, down the streets displayingsome qualified ai expert In firing
the M 14 rifle at Fort Hood
of their physical gifts
Tex Dec: 4.
which the good Santa had
brought themSpeaking vi The versatility of this lightweight .
t rifle allows the indl
of the good Santa, vldual soldier to fire It automatically

Its very heart warming to mount a bayonet
.rle visualize how some hornet .
for hand to hand combat or to
confront trying times during launch a rifle grenade agalntl
le the year, yet manage to bring enemy armor or personnel In

happiness to the young un fortlllH/ poiilioDi,
hearts that dwell :
knowing PI
Darby an automatic rifle
within those homes Actually
man In Company B, bat Bat,
is youngsters we never knew ,'" $ v lallun, Und Infantry, lit Armorxd .
how hard Christmas could be .r.
d Division, entered the
became all we did was to .t ;
Army in September 11W3 II.rompl..h'd .
anticipate the arrival of the r .
f' :
bailc training at
w good ole Santa However at I '
tort Gordon, Ga
we grew older and realized 4. The 20 year'old soldier Is a
who Santa really was, thenand 1
t1Ita 1M2 graduate of Jewell High
only then did we really _
r andiltrnded Florida
appreciate the value of Chrlati .
Agricultural and Mechanical
A NEW RIDE With the asphalt paving of Avenue T, NE the motorist of this communitycan comet of age. then Santa WEDDINO BELLS Now Mr. end Mn. Calvin, the former Catherine Thomat of Lake University' Tallahtsaes
.enjoy the smoothness of this thoroughfare which once seemed similar to the bumpy roadsof becomes even more rewardIng Alfred war united In wedlock with Ronald Calvin at the Bethel Baptist' ':hurch with the per

Burma. At any rate the Avenue Is now Smooth Sailing. kWolverine ., and gcnero.li each Christ Freeman officiating at the ceremonies, The couple Is now making their home in Miami where
mas, Ronald la stationed with the United !hates Air Force.
-:- .. "; :; ,, Thli reporter whites all of s Lake Alfred
his readers a happy and more t :

Basketball prosperous NEW YEAR Miss Doretha LaneIs 12 Persons
,S//IKK IHKHItRDURBAN I would like to take this opportunity NewsRev.
South Africa to mention some
-Couniilei faced with facts about our ever thriving

Schedule Is I k menace to their beaches community We have read In Admitted To Freeman, pastor of
Releasedvane benent from a major ad this newspaper about the rr Welcomed Home B.the| teptlsl Ohurrh celebraUnl
in antl-ahaik protection rent agreement of fie Boston his third anniversary lilt
claimed by the Antl-6)iaik 'a- Red Sox's plans for making Sunday. Miler Ltvingetonandhia
DATE DAY TOWN Mxtatlon hoe Winter Haven their winter Local members of the Chunk of Cod
OPPONENT The A"*aorlatton After llng confined In a plan.ter .! rr HospitalADMITTED
1. 8-63 Friday Lincoln Memorlil Palmetto has developed an electilral home and the proponed con by Faith were on hand is rusts
111-63 Monday Marshall Plant City shark banter system which III l tlrurtion of the Polk County cast for eleven months Felt. of the evening services A most

1-13,63 Wednesday Oakland Winter Haven to be tented In the shark- Junior College on the rnunk-l rusrj through Decemher the ) SATURDAY Inspiring program was enjoyedby
113-63 Friday Booker Winter Haven tnfested alert of 8t Lucia pal golf course Well this .n a all of thowhowre present,
111-63 Monday Rochelle Winter Haven Bay 160 mile north of hei! truly progress, and it appear family of Mis Dorelha Lane Is Beatrice llouser.D&MBf The pastor and hi. wife were
12063 Wednesday Marshall Winter Haven on the Zulutand Coast that our city is growing by happy" to have her horn again. presented many beautiful gins,
1-22,65 Friday Booker Sarasota In extrusive tank teat not leaps and bounds Well (hit ID SATURDAY Msny out of town guests were
125.65 Monday Lincoln Memorial) Winter Haven one of 40 1Ih.lk'l.Indf1 observation Is good for the community Doretha was Inflicted, with present to witness the '
Gamble of Rochester New
27-63 Wednesday Smith-Brown Winter Haven ixwetiated the harrier The of our fair city, because we Scolloals, which Is a dlseaatIhst Calvin L. Colston, Anthony Dan Ma ,wile
York is here visiting ,
29-63 Friday RooseveltRochelle Winter liven eU; al..o showed that for a too will prosper In this stage causes the curving of the German Lois Hall John/ fan Mrs A, M. Gamble and family.
2. 1-63 Monday LakelandArcadia barrier 30 feet lone opwstlnuIn of progresss on the part of spinal column In a peraon't dire and qua Williams. Mr. awl SIN NathaniISW.etln'
2. 3.63 Wednesday Smith-Brown water 10 feet deep, the powerrequliemeitta our city tack. She war admitted to the left Wednesday' for Georgia
Lake Wales amount to 1'7 As Tampa General lloapttal for ADMITTED SUNDAY
2- 565 Friday Roosevelt a community we must where they will spend hrlsU
2. 863 Monday E. 0 Douglas Winter Haven kilowatt Thin Is equivalent lain prepare ourselves for the revolution treatment and today she no long mu with Mrs.Iwevtlnts family.
of ued bY er !has to walk leaning on .aid.. James Bradshaw Ann
12-63 Friday Pinellss ClvarwaterHalnea amount power of progreis Me mutt e Betty Clo Mike and his daughter\
17-63 Wednesday Oakland City the snerNue household ketlk. constantly bear In mind the ed. She Is perfect! cured and Ray and William D. colt. Gusttn* spent the week 1* Jack.

2.19.63 Friday E. O Douglas Scbnng necessity of doing well In and can walk straight and erect. sonvllU visiting rell&lI.... They
22-63 Monday Pinellas Winter Haven around our community so ftat ADMITTED MONDAY will continue their trip to 0 or.gla .
the image of our communitywill Doretha attended J"PlI.I.rt. for the holidays,
Ing In the first grail throughthe James R. Dalley, Mary Le,
be on equal par with that Mr. and Mrs. J W Jonas
tick tick $25 tick of our city This of course will ninth and Is now finishingher Margaret Jackaon and Solomon and family of Rochester, New
be a responsibility of every high school education at Plltmin.CISMWID. York! are the house guests of
Individual Howard W. Blake in Tampa. .. Jones's parents Mr. and

tick tick tick 550 tick So In the coming new year, DOMITHA: LANEAnnouncement: MONDAY Mrs. rredRollnson.
\ let Individual unit Si During her Illness Doreths TIle funeral' services for gam.Ml .
us as
wit privately tutored by Mrs. Julous Davis and Willie I, known of
Young, to /most usat
tick tick tick 75 tick tick one group and of undertake a well adjusted therripon.lbility M, Maya and Mr. W, J.Thomp. aY1'. "Hack will be fleW today
son both of Tamp at I 'clock In PwevtUe, Fla..
community within a solid ADMITTED TU* DAY Choir number fleW their
tick tick 100 tick tick tick rlt,. Doretha Is now residing! with There will I... s POST CkrUtma, party on Thursday
May Cod blcis each and her parents Mr and Mrs wu. CHRCTTMAI PARTY al the Darrell Peterson, basal .evening the recreation center,
very one of you and may Ill Winston at 101 Avnu Q, Lake Maud Recreation Center Watch, Odeass Monroe and Reu Tssty sick sacks were served
tick $125 tick tick tick tick you enjoy a moAt happy NEW Nt. She remarked that If any Monday December 21, at IjOO less. Wiley.DBMEMD. and gins were rhand.
YEAR parents live children with torn p.m. All children of th* Florence J. W. Garden of New York
My telephone number M still Vllls CommunIty Is Invtld : TUESDAY /Is here visiting hU I father and
150 tick tick tick tick $175 the tame so tall me anytime sort of physical defect, ale lo torn and HI in the fan. grandparents.
CY 14331 would advise them to seek md. Prizes will be given to winners Alphut Dutfus, Thomas happy holidays to all.
E. C. Hargett, teal attention al as early of various game that will be Cones, Betty Ann Ray and |n-
tick tick tick tick tick $200 Staff Writer stage to insure correctness played. fiat daughter

tick tick tick tick tick $225 yr A daughter to Joe and Odessa
Monroe She arrived at lOtBJ

a.m. Dee. SI and welded set.ra .
tick tick tick tick tick pounds, 10 I/t owae..,

How to save money like clockwork
Let Us Pray

[ even if you're short on willpower ]

O Lord, wlU tttoH saver
stashed No train. w
Hanging on to some of your .a.mdouh away. .', seas thy kindly care over MS,
ins can be u easy M winding your Its all automatic-and dependable and may w* also continue I II

watch. Just tell your employer you as Big Ben.Millions prayer and fall*. Am**.

want to Join the Payroll Savings of your fellow Ameri
Today w* wlln*** inlay mjcomiMuU
dollars this
back and forget gave billions of
Plan. Then sit ram --- ----- ---
eierclslng faith Ison
way, so you know it works. What'*
about another In
everyday I falra,
payday h.,. Mt wld a more, you help your country u you W* eat bread In taM 0MI Ik* (THTKC CAMP) Kov.ll-LKJEVHC-Martn, IT.Frt C.
paycheck get richer, which should give you a tkr Kas made \U hoU_
few dollars from your ; nt. Henry 1., Thompson) Jr.,
(you anyhow many), and put them nice red white, and J>!ltM feeling. w* (travel by traM I* faith thai son of die Kev. and Mrs Henry

towards the purchase of a U. S. Take a minute and talk to your tile engineer will deliver M L. Tbomp ongr.of JSgAvmu. *,
&e If it safely, w* all on ekalrs I* fatlk T KZ has Mir
B nd. employer tU payday. r w completed
Savings ..
that *, have kill made strong
wk of Individual
well y
1m t time spent.
Pretty goon you'll hart gome big amgh w bear err weight.JiMl training at the first Infantry

Training Regiment, Marine
Keep freedom In your future with so. II: evident that w* C rp* Due, While with die rer-
CM eseutse UI la Cod ..... all new Marines art
SAVINGS BONDS Mng |iutin" by faJia w* trained la tactical and combat
U.S. hue pac: cub God tkrtwgh skills needed for tattl. Cm-
LAK COtriNZ This Lake Cone vtv hose a falas Drive Is for nce VEts Us Ue oar Lord JM c'brtsi. /biomass plants was placed o* tile small
fwa p rcta *4 by Mr, sad Mrs. ttmttl Morgast. The atoder cot re s block torn was b.Ut by It) anti tactic- -th* fcafaan firs
W* t.. SM ......J. tan isms' Dot. Carter sold t. Mo* Watc. Miter Rosa,. Scott
\g1 Mao". F rN s. -IM--wr1- G a 1ST... a1r e..rMer h* +" r*.. .***. "- Btfkters and was Kalicr and Associate team sad the 14UASuuTy squad.


Week of Prayer for Christian
Unity, to be observed Jan II36 -
lees,, affords Christians of
every Communion opportunityto
unite in heartfelt prayer that
I the wounds of Christendom maybe
healed," Joseph Cardinal
Rlttei Roman Catholic Archbishop -
of St Louis, rays In a

.. .::,:" special message for the occasion -

,!I "If our prayer la to be genuIne -
(, eel tain chsracterUUci mutt
mark it from the outset" says
CH dlllal) Ritter "We must begin
with an awareness of per.IOnal .
guilt for the tin of Chris
1 -
tlan disunity. proceed in a
\ -. B spirit of repentance and m Jtual

forgiveness; and conclude with

hR ___ a determination to pursue and
we. 1... r a extend dialogue




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HEMPEL HOME!: .. New Horn of Frank and Helen Hempel l located at 1313-26tlu St. N.W.
I Mr. and Mr. H.mpel come from Leulaville, Ky.Mr.Hempel Is a retired railroad ..,__ '. ..
man. House 1-.J. t:: ..
wa listed In Multiple Listing by Cypress Gardens Real Estate Co. and sold by C. H. Bloedle ......... .:. -- ---
an associate of S, A. Moore, Realtor.
TRI-LEVEL LIVING .. Trl-level living at ita finest .Mr. If employed by International Minerals Company at Bartow. This
.. .. and Mr. Thomas L. Craig have purchased this lovely home at transaction was handled by Helen Whitley of Cypress Gardens
Front Door
608 Lake Elbert Drive, NE from Don Williamson Mr. Craig Real Estate MACPlumbing

I Should SoundA NEW YORK: (UPD-By 1868,

Solid Welcome jrw NOVEL TOUCHNEW y. more than S.5 tons of steel will Co.
walk cafe for your home average new home according to 210 Sixth St.. S.W.cMpLETE .
Laugh If you will but the idea market researchers of United
States Steel
can be both novel and functional -

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i e V The sidewalk cafe la tally a

4Li j jtg pass-through sei vine counter 4''
between two rooms or the Interior .
and exterior of the house B
topped with a gaily colored
I canopy
For privacy when its not toM M
.r.-ri .,+ r i o-or being used, the pass-through i
am. ? should be equipped with sliding .
doors or folding shutters g
Wrought lion or wooden chairs

will provide comfortable seat Just shop the huna'roo't of money. ...vino, kayo wt dove roooV for
There a look .f warmth sad Ing you t. isle homo From hardware f* tesdy.te dorm win.
welcome to this Colonial ..- PROSPECT AVE. -. Thie attractive two bedroom home at 123 The step-aaving passthroughcan _::::.' ,:!," 1".1." : .. "" dews and deem, our tomploto, deco mote the,; .i.\ ooi.tr for
trans, yet It I a stock unit that Prospect Ave., SW, has been purchased by Mr and Mrs ClarenceJ. be cut between wall studs you Never soy weitma,. You con olio ckorgo It. Visit m for
gives a home Individuality with- Harris from Ruth Thompson. Thai sale was handled by Mallle with the TWO BEDROOMS- This lovely two bedroom horn located la ovorytliina i you it need In your Wlntor homo Reap S.cl.1Woven !
out cuitom-carpentry, tOl Norden of Beaaley Realty Co. tween 18 opening and 24 inches measuring vertically be- the Cypress Gardens area overlooking Lake Ina Is occupied by 1U orders, (oo. Were reedy to urvo See vs fodoy
new owners from Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mr, Wilbur
How don your front door The J. Hankey.
counter should be
surfaced The
sound-ccld and hollow or warm, transaction was handled by Mallle Norden of Beasley Realty Redwood
hearty and solid I And how don placed over a single. pane to givea with a durable material 'Co.
it look-severi : welcoming' ? Windows multiple.pane effect such as ceramic tile that cannot _- Fencing
You em thing the personalityof 4. Removable lull -Sub that be burned or scratched and Is Window house If wood windows with removable .
your house-.Ive It added Keep Pace can be lifted out of Its trims Is easily cleaned Ceramic tile now Washing saih are used. Won't rot
warmth and individuality-simply now available on many itock comes In more than 250 shades. Chore LessenedBy Needi
by putting In a new stock entrance windows This makes wishing plus a wide variety of sizes and This kind of window no painting
door of ponderosa pine, JVith TimesAny and painting esiler, patterns. so it can be matchedor Lirf-out Sash Just ss westhertight a fit provides as the
chosen to suit the architectureof 5 Preservative trestneal- blended with the standard variety, but Is Winter Haven
the haute and your family resemblance between to- Moat wood windows today are choose canopy you Washing windows csn be a so that the sash can be removedIn Planing Mills
taitei diys wood windows and those made of ponderous pine,which Is pain -often literally -especially
Local building supply dealers prized by the Colonists II purely noted for Its dimensional stibllIty Stripes will add gaiety to the when you're wishing the outside painting s moment. It can After be replaced washing just or Mna .oO'Uft; 'AINT_ A''i 'fl ".."WAti
carry a wide variety of wood workability and durability canopy of your sidewalk cafe surfaces This chore tin be reduced ,
U easily fiftH 'n, S.W
panel doors In deilgni ringing ; For even greater life, It Is treated and brighten the entire room. to a minimum In a new PH. CY J'l.
from Colonial and Provincialto with chemical pretervstlves The canopy should be hung In
contemporary. and In close to such a way that it can be detached -
fit almost any entrance easily for cleaning J'I
For a change that even more .tnUOUI'Ia" NEW YORK (UPIi Aluminum
dramatic, you eta Install a complete which today la one of the s
new entrance, too These cheapest metals, at one time SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN I
are also available In many de- was a very expensive material
signs, factory.built and completely Is
assembled You can manufacturers Double-hung
choose graceful pediments, fan. draw the line.'Kemo'vaDle. Window YN '
lights and side lights or a clean.
For example,to keep a doubl.
cut contemporary style hung unit open a Colonist either
Gaining In popularity la the propped It open or stuck a peg In Colonial Architecture
double-door entrance-two doors, a hole drilled In the frame, Today
side-byslde, to give a doubly ,the aims type of window can fiii1LWt
warm welcome to your home be raised or lowered and effortlessly stoppedIn Suite 1 Modem Bank

sn Infinite
number of positions
A vsrl- :
FRU-tORM; "DVm\' sty of systems "
I used,Including
NEW YORK (UPI>-In pourIng .

a tree-form driveway or I plates compresilon and t 1 .
patio use vinyl strips to form clock.spring wr
your outer border advise buildIng \ balances
authorities at Allied Chemical Other Ira L
'* Banett Division The Grille provements In
strips, six inches wide, com on modern windows made of pon- hii
continuous rolls of 300 feet, deross pine Include: B
They may be cut to any length
and are flexible enough to fit 1. IniuliUng gliM-Neerly all : '
any design styles of stock wood windows are 0
now available with double ,Ia. '
I t tag to keep the loss of nest to a '
minimum Insulating glees con '
lists of two sheets of glass welded AUTHENTIC COLONIAL DESIGN adds comfortable feeling to L :
together st the outer edges modern bank. Traditional Georgian features Include wood wla
with a spate. left between them dews,cupola clock fluted columns, eave molding, and entranceway.For .
for sir It s this of dud sir
FOR EVERY KITCHEN that acts ss In many people, colonial units, ai are the ponderosa pine
sulstionI architecture Is Just ai fresh prac wainacotingandcetlmgmoldings.llal !
Unique Fevcer Convenience Weslker- I and attractive as It was Other colonist reproductions 1 I
stripping I when the Colonists brewed their Include fluted column., a cupola \\
Modern wood klnllz. batch of instant tea in clock' reminiscent of Philadelphia l\\ti\l\\t\\\ \
windows area I'I.yer f I s Independence Hall where \
Boston Harbor ;
equipped with I Benjamin Franklin made his
tact oryla' I And It s not only home owners mark on history, and copies of \
I tailed watherstripplnl. and home builders who are t1n\\t
par 18th century chsndellers I
I tlat to colonial styling. Many Reversing the trend whereby \\ \\\lo
that ellmlnstes virtually the Salll businesses also find It both attractive city banks establish branches in ln\\ 0 0 I

r*'k'.iVof heat and the Infiltration and economical Franklin the suburbs, the Long Island \
of cold sir National Bank of Long Island, based bank recently built two \\\nl\ ..,. 0 0 I
I Removable grilles TrsdlUonal N Y, uses colonial architecture new branches In New York City \ft .
G. F. DOWDFtuhuNa styling calls for multiple In most of Its 48 branches One is 14 stories high Both tea t\\\fJ\\\ they r.vf paY h hto1k3
co, pines of gliu. Removable grillesnow Franklin National which likes tare colonial design and stock 0 1"'_".e ..
feel Ave. ., N.W.Fh available In either a rectangular to Identify with Us namesskes wood windows. owls 10' as UI
+se Cy3.11a or diamond pattern can be reputation for thrift, has found Since the bank has also built can show lot .
that Colonial styling for its buildIngs a few branches of contemporary stme''' '0 ocpII1'ft.
helps draw the bond even styles, Nostrand has been able to his* acquI- tuon'
tighter It conveys a strong feelIng make close cost comparisons He : to ,.ash ,tuor Y
of tradition and solidity, and found that construction cost fort andt 9101-:1:: be ,how ,0" .II'II help
It costs less than contemporary colonial branch at Manhasset gpOtS.!\. \.
fJI.11'Bmmlll design was $24 02 per square foot, while o n... et ...1a
"We captured much of the colonlsl for a contemporary one at New ...."' l
flavor through use of ponderoia Hyde Park which was comparable tea ."?ptit ..-". oco".i
pine windows, doors and in ale and equipment con ....* ,- with ""
Interior millwork," architect structlon cost wu $33 91 Let std \.II""
U .fS Robert Dwight Noatrand said He : "I have an Ides Ben Franklin .esY vfidt o"fflJ. \
added that the use of stock millwork would be well pleued with the o \. "a.ems
Ma about
Ala! a .yr i- ssves time and money In one dollar per square foot saving You can a Whet
construction. .made the colonial ..
Factory win. on design
EVERYTHING to Build Anyth.no.! All the New end _t t.-
down, panel doon and completeentrances Nostrsnd remarked The bank aI u-
Better Materials What You Want Where are ready-to.Install certainty \oal'
and When You Want Itl I Equipped to Render ,
Complete BuildinySupply Service to Both Contract .

Builder and Homeowner NEW HOURS TO SERVE YOU JETTER 1

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(I) AnnouncementsNew I I ((2)) Help Wanted !I ((6)) Special Services I ( I II -A) For Rent, Unf,

Spring PrintDRESSES I Wmlrr Haven Drafting >'" CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST I I IIV) I I'H) ,H'M 2 balk h..ni,' "V'< IInl -SPECIAL-
WANTED Heavy t-aulpmrni mechanic ,
All type. Comm... '.1 ARaaMmtlal S<' liun 1Ir..I.y It"olly
and welder .Minimum..* Draftlac ,'" 534 Hlh SI NW ('Y 3JT67J7TI:
XI At lent 6 yean experience mevaaary I

in I qualified Good penon permanent Stcpexn poaltlonlor Co*- BalliCacllon JIIda (uarantMdDrawn CY 41431JTF LOCAL SERVICESAVE .. 2 KH>KM- 1 balk-Norlheaii- ......-

crete CY 14XH. H-H Lon" 176 Moth, Boaaley Realty CLASSIFIED

Junior It Regular Saws RETIRED man i.. Social Security Winter Haven floor Burfarlni CBatlatacUoa .. I I'4q' tin- Bt-?-NW ('V MfOT---SOtrH .

to work In retail non to supple UuanuilrvdU .BkDHUOM: IMllurnlalMd. kouarSMUO
at mean .kl.. Income Moat lID aornal A. MOUTB MONEY SAVE TIME I Per Mimlh ATHBRTON
I ly lieU V.. ICaiMrIeMD or Itladle 314 B PINt Bt. ...... CY 4-xstl REALTY S4J W ('.'lIlral TV 4MMW
In Hard Goode. .mall iseshnalealrap.In 15.35(6.A : I.Tr
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fJu dvt."A7COTTAGE Inlorm.UOII aboutyw rlstt to: P0Drawer CALL TODAY >UTH Slilo ...... 1C1o... Practltally .
1.1. WInter Ita v.... 2431 ( ) Animals & SuppliesMIMIB new .bedroom. S.Mtha. lara
n onto Boat at back door School
WAITRESS Excellent: aalry
Wanted '
.bus at Oval Sear TSWRA FIRMA
SHOP Club. .108 Apply atttr SW 4 00 p.m 27 DM Hares. T PINK POODLE SALON, REAL OTATB. Marjorie SomnwnAaxir
'th St. -
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Cornpletrn protoMlonal troooilnc BH4n & A I' SERVICE.
960 Cypress Gardens Road WANTED Experlenc.d: Mottle Scartor AKC Toy puppl avaltobl.. PhoM3ISI74S. MOVING-STORAGE BUILDING REPAIRSTHREE awl. .IMT. .
IS-Tr - -
Open I 9 A.M 'til 7 P.MCedtta Driver Pharr. 364-1142. 34-31 tar appolntmint I roR RENT OR RASE
1.H..dn..m bath Florida room,
.27. CHIHUAHUA Re ll.rrd puuulM' IVORY BROTHERS Fr small repair .Job rail n11rd .
carport llrkk h m* Built-in kit ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS
all colon, mal. and l.mal 0360.. buildar .
Maintenance VacanciesIn .... MOVING COMPANY I chf. n NW Hvcltnn t'Y S IM after
i Lone llalrvd C"lhu.hua1"" $ CY IM70
4 01) m ..17
S90UO and 165.00. Four males al Ag.nl. KTI
ClaytonNow Central Florida and ..MO...... SU,00 Local Lent Dletanc FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD ,

ADAMS TRAILER COURT Moving" A StorageCall ((12)) For Rent Furn.
U.& J7 Raises City
Expanding agricultural chcmi Dui 72 Culled IU7IUWarrhoua UPHOLSTERY

cal operations in Central Florida sal Oft Barlow Air Bw
37-Deo. 1? S-MBDROOM rtiraunail apartment Notices For This
> Accommodating hag Immediate vacancies for POODLLB AKCreglaOnd Mlnlaturei aa ..... Btlvar OnUs Wlvar Cra.tAtturtmenU Department
and toy. Bllvrr BiarkI1J9UU CY
qualified maintenance person Call ;
..une t1 Y .noS.T"
MJ 263. J4-SS
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;., Her Patrons ALUMINUM *) Limited To
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r at Maintenance Mechanic ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE Building Specialties I 111 Ara A '7535 lOlATlJfttl 12715Usy FtlRNHHIGD I- a bad_APARTMBNTS' -Co- 510 134 to Sik ITS, Bt, *. 1. lriM for Ml* *r awl. >5 I. N* I.t.etN. dart

CARLTON SOUTHEAST .Screen Encloaura. aSldlncwAwniu. Nlahl *0ec. 2t ('VV10tSty MTF' Ik* .*!.* af f II .. lea. -AH Cab,
Must have knowledge esALDMONUM
thorough -- --
BUY oaS and furnltur
BEAUTY SALON appllanrai ... II Ward Limn .1 I.... 4. A h k brew kt hI
and experience in general maintenance and .. anil uiwd apI'llanrrSand DISCOUNT IIALktt> CO INC. -- ------ JUST VACATED 1. mat* *,

Call CY 31639 work, including weldIng furnltur.. BROCKS APPU "Let i>.orK. Do U' Ul>..ol>t.r divan and I club chairs. I Bedroom. dleJ>l-. Very clean i' rport. lack MI I* .tlwUlfl) ..........

ANCKS rURNITUKE MM H.v- Ave A, Mb HI.. 8W mUMZSDwfl. |4> ai tneluieM labor sad ra- Dkwtee. cookwarr fuel
22.tf repair of industrial pumps andal. Blvd S-TF building NO MONEY DOWN 1 Tmonth' war water. I.... oar furnlihe lash aarl.* Nat ....... wrttta eat M mulled I U
piping and materials, handling -- : la pa- MARK'SMHOCITLRY. Adulla 1lIil month Mo Av M. tk* ark* .1 ."-ri., mid wish peym.05 I. e404. -
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equipment. Prefer previous experience CASH FOR ORANGES I.. "Tr -- ......_ samba a. ......
Grapefruit On. tr*. or mor. L4 OR UNrUW41AIILD' draw .f lbs .*..*,.
FACED WITH A DRINKING in chemicals, rock rend.rt.: : dial r. Trlrihnn.. IVM738 TREE TRIMMING nr"wlt..=, and m HKD- 7, N. aka ordwre
PROBLEM crushing, cement concentratoror 00 p.m. ii-DM. 34(7A !ROOMS Nlca I.,.. airy mama .- 4. N* fMimmM .*i will

related industry TELEVISION REPAIR Ommtantly' .. kiaatad CY l-SMt In Old ro- 'J ... e.sepM/. I. A* will rat II day..

Perhaps Alcoholics AnonymousCan ( ) To Buy Or Sell TRIMMING CAVITY DEMOS hMSg. rot Tr

Electrician SETTING, Oaks and CALL JORDAN TV ; :-W.illin.dl;:
Help 1/1 floor
Maud / .. ran bllmat.. CallLUKk,8 atMooi apartm.nl ARTICLES FOR SALE
tanna la tawn and lake Quinaad
WANTED TO BUY THUS SERVILE; CV MXM Fur TV R'i a"r. Traaalitor. .
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Write to Post Office Box Experienced heavy Oood used dehumldlller Davenport 14'Doe. II Car Dade, Itln.Ou..I. NW II.TFWA
electrical: maintenance and 4.13-1178: 47. .... .
or Call 2941447 -- --- ----- -
repair Must have good background B A 11 IIRBBN STAMPS >,ft:II I \1111.1'11 I'OINIETTIAI Sad e' plnb STANDARD ales baby bed with
ITF Ill-using, 0.1'11 U", NbeChrJsrmaa n.w ) Sit W Lai
Vacation I
Weekly Meetings Open to the in trouble shooting. motor ( ) Automotive REWEAVINGBurn. .. ...... sifts. 11 00, .u Dhd At Elberl: Dr IIM-"a.l after 4 00 p m,
Public Tuesdsy 1:15: p.m. and transformer hookupi KBTATR: .
and use of blue prints. Also re 1(8) ".'liTIt U. SIAIIIIIIA6.16.11341kIt' 5 I .0_0i NkM CY 4 MMtata HISCHkee 45 a'T' ";;:-John HLANKITr-.- Ilk.- near wool
Polk County Health Building quired to work with high volt CHEVROLET Slatlim Wwon Eipertly- Moth I R Hole*.WovenSMAHTTII ...1.11I..t TMan is Evans. NI Av., N& 1.a dnukl U 00 I for IIW TY 44111aaNAr.
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thecalibration L A J Bervtc. ISS Mb Bl. HW I I CY Mill SIT An, ... '
Brtnglt't Jewelry Qualified by experience In CY /261. ITF APAftTMKNT" :- 11-Iff 'i"RiiT'M" CACTUS Blaming
maintenance and nnl Water raund beta plant.. Paw
1U Third Sln.t BWU mechanical Painting Papering WHEEL CHAIRS 4'-- '= fwrnlah' Walklaa II itQAtH'k.. MUwTaack"Lak : "'h.1' ) II h) tack, 114 IftidBi
repair of pneumatic, FOR SALE Lot of aood maw I. to TV S-MSII He ReI14155.1.1 -- Av B. NW CY H115 .M
Block South al orrlOeQw.uq :
Po.t 50-Cadlllk Oood --- fill. .
industrial In thta tin
electrical and electronic Bl, NW --- --- -
Wateb.oA engine and Iran. Call CY I-SST1. Repairing .. I I ItRDHUOM APARTMBNTBMMNTB COLEMAN all healer ,)fInd ,.oadlIkik -
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Industrial Painter Cum mud. ., 11..11.! .' Roilal' CY ISA M. ::!Itoward: Ix L*** rjaslan It./... TEXA1-.Tr.q...;; u';' 'I'-oUfIht.
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in Industrial or 44onr CY KtfJI after I' Experienced painting 4th I ... TRAILERS wierrnlehed .. .
m 17 TF able Ikon CY S-etet) lit VACUUM CLEANERS fd m .1., aurtmeat.' Stub -- -- -4---
FOR equipment including sandblasting "Ireel. J.R-I'hrl VKlage. 17.TF IMO Iwlrkllr 411111 M NW Near ISO UkAlx i II..= L* k new x44151' X>4 Av C.NK GARDIN 'PRAYER '10 00II''Y5a
brush and spray painting CORVAIR MONZA BPYDFR ISM iummerrlal. bulMin/ roc real I4JFI !"

1.donr,, 4 In the floor. whll. with PAn,.. A BH.RVKK; Per Kirby 55.73 i-BABY matir..*,, V.rynnd -' -- -- -Twin- tad d. "jbiCkanllla --
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Applicants must be in good beS !>rle.. CY IU660 after SIKIp I i>kkwa. deliver and CU.*U 11./... ltSRANHK IIM CY 44ltl, AI U4 Av I NE
m. ItTFISM mal* MtWiUiB UkliVMBI FOB HKNT: I kedm.m fwnUt.aJBrtmanl 14 U
physical condition between : "Aft'l; 1015555 S. SPABEUNO OLA8SWABKB. of 25 and 41 High school KARMANN ur ntalnvr AI gore
m" net required tlnnvd K/ll, W/W, rear 'dl./: / .. J IVSwgNIwo. II NM M i.sills_Sail Waverlr ISJ.a_ ,_I FRESH <'... Julaa' for Ml.. n.try
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sort. LUSTROUS BAIB ....._k..I... ..*...** NA wall., annals
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with full qualifications to Employment nJt'1P"MitT: Fleklns S1ISlR A a m '" 5 p seal I I'o,4 4 Ilnw. I ?mft l""TV
ISST FORD ......., M.rdlmi r.lraetaan. MOTORCYCLESMAKE "'I. Mwy r55r It! -- sIlos life nay. r 110) Und II NWtnisua ,
SUN Supervisor P.O. BoX Kt '' ., ailck' shift He* iI i tr TWIN baD ................ FrenvklPvlMll I.J... Il
867, Bartow, Fla at 134 Ay*. O' BE CY S-S4US 11-TF I J.tV t'Y 4JTJJI7J
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DIAMOMD T Truck New lire new IT A HONDA HOLIDAY : Fa<'l..r) aVr>.k-< on MfBUWaM**- 11101 1'Y 4M71. 17.1.-; 1
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I Martinaand aparta mantle. ('.rblnr rail''Oln Sierra hallow I I,71
left w.... IenIee II No MoiMy Lawk41pm Real Estate For Sale potnl or r, fleas Sill 'jntnl am : r-l-iiTk. tin," I 7 00 POW "
((4)) Lost & FoundLOST I Dally All Dan Batur.ULAKFLAND TRAILERS I ILl (II3)) muwikn ;, but W I c'Y SJ7S7IVJ.i : lla,tc.r
FOE ANALTSU rot ALL ((9)) Business OpportunitiesMODERN ; all Srd It. SW CYCLE CY 4"0 4I3Unltn : II 31115., 1515rob

WELL WATER UUKI st, 1964 Black 1 U InmmnllnuunlnnnSnllll9UlulnmKuHNUSKIHARD' / BMU, and IIOW.1.1. alMa. amjatlur SATeTilawlmad* W ?lt t M
Monday poodle.Buckeye I OXY TIM Mcadllner.. Nan S I,.ik. / HIM each Sit6LIa DtWHtler ,
and diver toy Frenrk H.nill- -01 TO BEATI "" ( I'Y I 1444, Mil A** Have.. I'la Mrs. Sea
PEONS ..-_ I ton Dr Rd REWARD or w.4lake S9UOO. Call rice iialkMi Major for oil leaer company freeentlyaverailnf .eer- ANYONE CAN MAKE A AMP K,NEj5510; IMJ Hultor H-il

4- CY WI7S or writ. PO Bo M. IS,Otu f.Horn per monik T :_ "& COOPER ESTATES
winter HaT.. M Located la Winter Haven Call ME "FLYING TACKLE"BY -

: Thorn. 177-4741. Tampa 14-H OET: THE: HMT (25,00000Assume Real Estate For Sale Real Estate For 5ale
It't So Convenient llama** Cal USING THE I ..... S.n..I. H.nlal ((13)) |113))

Blind Waod..IS RwanL y.ar, old CY VII-!=v.JIoIM: ([9-A) FurnitureSOFA CLASSIFIED ADS I .**MdaU Bird 5511'!11'*' the editing mortgage ..

to have your prescription filled Tunwr ** on this lovely I bedroom 2 BEDROOM GARDEN GROVE

bath home A enjoy .
here. Plenty of free parking or and HAIR In vinyl plaNk BATH
"OltT Friday DMT ISScns the Der- riovr amp IMK Term. true Florida living In 2 EASTIs
use our drive In prescription Down* Dark ranrkmuTk WAREHOUSE; FURNITURE: U i one of Wlntrr 115751'3PRIME

window .....1.I.B Brown M .Label Hlk. llnln' Rav115M wltkInltlala Ilk Bl NW 2455 ((10)) Articles! For Sale j((10)) ArticUs For Sale re kI.ntlal areas eniral oil heat and air tomli- Winter Haven newest sad

r.......... BKWAItB No e-llaaa A separate den for the toning. lovely yard and quiet most eliciting area of new

C.II collect J.ckonvUI.. Ass. I Articles For Sale of the family, lovely homes on tree.covered lots
Cod. JU., HIM117: ,* 55 ((10)) man a I nrighiiorhaod Near Cypress
QUALITY R.pald01'd Sane L Wk.RY orcan I rear ...* 11UIF4.s.Or named
'- I I formal dining room along pleasant streets
/ I wick uallorma. Mat p*.parkaa. aiilomalle" vrrweatrakaiieta Gardens at 129 Longfellow Road
122332233Free : : TrailersNEW All aba....... II in all. HIArtaaa : <%*t II SM Tak* AND s U l M n. swimming I for poets who most certainly'
((5)) House USED Rants RrrRJOCTlATORS. Waahen bryan Ave Aakwmdale. Beoaimental > |>...., Uille. .. lags. rakenet C.iel pool with full equipment In Garden Cr.vet would have appreciated the natural
( C... I' I lu Wilt eell I
miss Tetra
Air c..Iit Reraadrtloaed beauties location.
of the of this
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Parking Free Delivery Skylta M bll.. H_. .. Wand From I2 H fully and guaranteed Up JiMltOttAPPU Term. .- --- _. A105ac5.. Aukuradale Pk ae rill features Drive by Come out and see all the activity -

12imx:.!., Palm 8"' ..*. Mbile A NIK!: Lake Alfred WE RENT Rotlawai ked., Bakf 14TFBV MI l Oleander Drive. then lUatmJ and rooted cen 444 E. Central 29,-5400 VII""' ., Uk Alfred bed. IIKkalr CMfM makara.x I'
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293.5401.n. Eart. : 17.TF I Banquet Sell.. A "' .r"TA'tf. ""UUTUalC NKMJSSFIII&Dloss. callIIMNOR U.K, Heat Pump Located st two proud and happy Romeownr
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TRAILER LOT, complete Drlv. Iceand PULVERIZED fEAT CY S-JUO, i 54-Jert It "mIs5'ps.I. MRRNOtI. & I other homes are alresdy under
hook-up Sale or rant wHk Dundee Mead Rak.rl 1BI.rhw.ld.r. w.. : Asewtlale )1 &>. either one or both of these ontlructioa. (one is already
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((2)) Help option SI M rk 291-64.. 17-' 11-TF SS-Jt UulMers Trade.Ins sod take sdvantage sold). John O Wood I Associates

FOR EASY QinCK CARPET 1--- TOWN COUNTRY Ine. wIll start sis, more
MOBILE HO*R l".l AXB CLEAXINO: n4SSaoNl POLY roAM" aVII..ta of the unbelievable
RELIABLE: MALE OR FEMALK Mane *.* wlkMfTtUM PATTERN WeTI.I, houses next wek. lone of theseis
W. .|NCIallM Ml -110 Shampooer oal* II 0* per day 2552300 YOLK 2/7lr je, *j mrrmn
TO Bold duwa offlca and plan n. raranr tall u aa' day or hear of he".e l tete.. JOHN PRINTERS CUT WHILE YOU WAIT LOW I payment.3EALTY already sold, B W Bulld
.Sant. for sew and sand 16 Year send for cwnpl. ..M reoras. UOLAND HARDWARE It04Spin FUNDS 13535HoP S.IAM 1L
Ins material. au.Hi. HOBATOWRECKINO I I. tvr ......., W. an al*. sad -R MW "Y Mail JVTFR4TM4IM I141.me era will start two next week;
rhon. CY S4S14 X-M Gnu "adJuMor and appraiwn OMIMotrit. '. 451g14M. PNOnIrTO toCOMMEtCI Robert Miller will start two ..Dd0IIf
Horn* iBMraim. Owvldln.OrMa. aad ,,,.,. M.McM.da. ifiiii.i: TV wm CY 41111. \j} ; or two more quality HomebuiUrrs
PO Boa Ml. AuburaOaj.* "'. VftJMM and LMlmaM*' I 5155-I'V 3547 Office CY l-llll
EXPERIENCED Bnte. Slatto* at' PhMM day WO 7.40B. EraUn.. m- HI BERT BmtmowISI are eiperted to begin
l.ndaat Immedlal.". WHU BMWAITRESS ." Are A., IK CY 4-aSS rheuhpr.l .
0\.1121 C..cItIeL 0.29 Ittl iNousnrGOVERNMCNT I StAM.PyS.aer edINNMMINNKNIINMK11101NIMIMMIB .. .' con.irurttoa 01 homes la this
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Lot. W s 71 Good W.wrHSS1 csrsawtb....... -OIl" """ pH": I I --- --Uh" 411 E. ('e tfal Ave 291-B2I this( day. forward you will be
nip 4JI-141J: A4am .. e......... *aapdrarana. I 1Tner c.'Y 43Me s.. A.. I
for full Him ..lIIpIDrI .- TraB.r Car 17.Jaa. IS aaara.. .. cBraatw-t ....-.. I A ,lfr.I Your I nun able! to see more of the newest

hi meat; appvaraae.slid wood. characwtOaod e npti --- _- 55. per dreiM Bnawa M IrarfaiMOTOH i i : _' ,_ sod bell homo in one location

I dependabte._... eondHioMr **e's MEW and USED MoW... H_*"Sicae 11II" IIeIaa: .. 12.20 I OHOOA etecirv rk>.nl rgaa IJevaw Retirement than place within a radius
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wend SI OH I par mar attar ..... adTRAOJUI O4M ...... rraiek 'M" I i
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SAW H ISM VEHPA I ....... I saw Sties !
I Map.' aad Matartty koaw App ,... Read Mn 'f ... ; Jurt drive out Cypress Gardens -
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.. = # 161 A... 10. N.. a".lflt S I lot. cloee to, wed back '
,.....bIa. Apples Buadowa Rtaaraal. sass .:- NIIA10 I I J iWa half mile tart of Cy
1 OS 4ad a *. ): jard. .lasidaeaped ".... J- 4)1 West Lake XW Drive
b t eea : p 1MPEIUIL MOTJO A ITOIUG& C1' "' 1534 ." "" "AoV" a f7 .tRzrK'AL 1.515. n%* t MIIMV ,
: Gardens
pan .. p* ..d uVr r- aM .55.100. ........ r4- 1'Ir.&JI'I'C>.Anc *. Ow. i HP MS ** nr: MS IU.** I bedrooms. fls room air eos '' OtMMgDexl for the young i press

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((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For SaleBRIERWOOD ((13)) Real! Eitat For Sale I ((13)) Real) btate For Sal* i ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For SaUEXCLUSIVE

Lakevlew Home
I ..
I room ru.rnl.hed house I lot and
t rental untu. 14N JSth Bl, NW. The moil ouUtendlng buy tn Ohl.price Illness forces owner to sell. PAY RENT? SECTION

2t4-18M 17-1 fret of range living In area Iowa with! Over many 1,000 tea- Spacious 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, II III THE NEW YEAR-

C.B. DUPLEX IMOOOOSlkHirooma tune foun I per mo.
Roma, for only (10000
each tide By owner. floors, recently renovated. Lot
Ml W p r month > will buy thia newly redecorated
Good Invaatmant Both side ranted A aiFT CERTIFICATE: Is 100 x 160. Drive by and see You'll Never Know The Real Value
ISO AT. J, BE. No ck,ln sod
( WORTH 130000 AT H.LLBWORTH: partially furnished borne clone
33 W. Lake Howard Drive
PH 283-6491. :SM
Price $19,500.00. In. 2 bedrooms, living fc dinlnfroom

TAKE OVER payment. 1300.00: B&W Builders bath tt kitchen on good LISTINGS There's One For You
down, II10,00 month. 3-Bedroom.S .
-bau. Florida room, brick. CY CY M147-CY Z8TJ-CY J44Wwtr Furnished size lot Total price 4500. Buy To Enjoy In 1965 .

e-1381. 47- now Ii get bomeitead exemp-
tion. Iff vacant Immediate '
Cyprtei Garden ..... Large LR, Duplex
M SE JBR 2 Bath Fla. 1031 Biltmore
fully equipped kitchen dinette, Florida Dr., NW
room, l-bedroom, l-balh. and RUDOLPH told me about thlaone Spring Lake Terrace. Living room, screened porch with Custom Built. 3 bedroom 2
large acreenrd room. I bedroom I bath, large fireplace Beasley Realty Co. OPEN HOUSE 1-5 p.m. Today B-B-Q. Butlt-ins. Payment bath Icreen'ellporch.
130 Alachua Dr.. BE that I .1 down overlaed room, bedroom, bath, modern lakeview.!
n- .\ living room plus formal I dining kitchen each tide Electric IU Ith St., NW CV only $114 per month Including nice patio $19,750
room. Nothing down fl .lpayment __ 1-1717// LOT A AVENUE H, N.E. OFF LAKE ELBERT taxes and Ini. Total Price
not due 'til January 15th- stove refrigerator Carports,
LAKEFRONT: home a-brdroom. Call ONLY $18,300Enclosed ASSUME GOOD MORTGAGE
bath, enckwed bree.eway, with CHUCK B FROCMKE, Aumrlat patio small garden area nice LARGE HOME for NEW SUBDIVISION UNUSUAL DESIGNS 802 14th St. NE.
mint houM. located 301 NW Lk.Howard SCHOENTHALER CO. 2841121Eve. oak shade trees H block to Pool 2UOka.
Contact ., 2S3-M11 X .rIa 2 large bedrooms 2 baths,
Drlv Price 111 WO Wkend.
Catholic Church and leveral LARGE FAMILYIn
Trade Department, Exchange ..... loos Dr., SE!: 3 BR, t Bath Fla. room built-in oven t
National Bank or aee your broker other churches; one block to the COUNTRY vI Fla. room, Butt-ins and carpeting
Broker. Inquiries welcome 47.WESTWOOD hopping center. Lake access j Y w drapes Included. Relaxed range,

LAKEFRONT HOME Half of duplex rents for $W.OO t acres I bedroom frame house I living at $29,900 drapes $16,900

per month in winter. Alter fenced yard 100 fruit Ira COUNTRY LAKTFRONT-

CBS: S-bedroom 1 bath Tarlda down payment, live rent.free arranged priced at 110,500 term can be tI Beautiful Grounds. 924 15th Spirit Lake R 0 a d 2 Bedrooms

TERRACE room, L.R.. kitchen: and dlnxtta.. Price $13,500.Avenue, t + 4 V St. NE!: 2 Bedrooms Ii 2 Baths, dining room Urge
Built-in alectrlo oven and surface I t:
MO Weilwood I 14 unite. Double carport. Central air ALSOOver 4 e kitchen features bullt-lns, screened porch, stove, refrigerator
mv'lth-I. :'ilvl conditioning aDd beating LocatedIn lots of cabinets, extra Urge
bath brick 1 s draperies i
$ ,
room, panelled family room ..111. IB arctlon: on Lake Klolte.: Ju.louteide G Duplex 1 acre -. I bedroom frame N q screened porch Custom Built
In floaet In mater bedroom lane : city Urnlli. Pe y CV M130NMrhta house FURNISHED on main $21,900 Terms $18,750
Irulde utility, and rear patio. Used wetkmda CY Mill. highway deep veil partly 4
aa office for .hort time, will aarrlflci 3S-3J Live in one side, have income fenced priced at 11,000 makean y 1 CHAIN OF LAKES -
offer, 'I 4 t 2500 Square Feet. 1600 N
on low down payment. 17700 h 3000 W Lake Hartridge 3
from other, 1 living
per mo. (plui T. A L) Lk Shipp Dr. 4 (or I) Bedrooms .
I room, dining area one "I LIVE HERE"You'll large living, formal ,
MM Wertwood Ave Full two
PAINT? tide; 2 bedrooms, small Florida v dining room carpeting
Tory -Br. and Continental bath up. dining den, sun room, bomb
LR. FR, Sewing room, kitchen withbuiltin I room, living room, kitchen, dining want to tell that to everyone r t shelter A must see for the drapes, central beat & air
breakfast nook, overdueutility Yes that'i needed here located on the Cypreaa Oar
area other tide. Can be purchased 4 t q growing family $25,500 conditioning $26,600
dens Rd this
Ml forieoua
and double carport. 111 and
per month (plui T. a L) 10 "do It yourielf" furnished or unfurnish poeeeae the apaclouaneea needed for 1115
lave money on this retire ed. Suitable for home beauty gracious living attractive kllcb- Excellent Terms. ..152Tre.mont ONLY $450 DOWN -
JM 11th tt.Located In Writ- en with center work area dining l) St. NW 3 Bedrooms,
albs 28th ,
ment home In the con L1 w
b ; Dr. SE 3 BR Fla Room
wood Terror OV delightful 4 br? I shop, dentist or doctor's office room arparated by beautiful OarIlls v i large
S bath, brick \O'; + with' a formal venient Northeast area, $13,50000 2605-2007 Avenue G, atone planter Florida room r. Large utility room. .Nice paneled Fla. room,
dining roomf A.ly kitchen, 354 Ave. L, NE.!: Two bedroom NW. with rear vl'-w on Lake, Summit -- Kit with drop-tn range, hood fenced lot with well & Irri
thrifty oil heal. T Oandwaped I large bedroom. I1* balh. -
concrete blockhouse maid offered for ala $14,500 gation.
yard can be purchT". for a email quarter LOTS AVAILABLE
down and I. ready for Immediate and at appraisal value of 131,600
payment garage on
Select Your Plan Wt Will Build For You .. VACANT SHOWN ANY
occupancy Ml 00 per mo nice SO (t. lot. Modern Home- Lakefront Estate 1708
Cempiete Built-in, Kitchen, Central Meet aAir, ,
Builders Furnishings Included Hills of Lake Separate Utilty A $tera0e Underground Irri5ateen' 3 Bath, dining room, large 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths,

the price of $6,000. Existing I'' ElbertOn A"'III"1' 1100 Feet Living A," front porch. Beautiful wood. screened porch, built-in oven
A intraeue Outside City LI..to -
CY CT 4 tilt CT S-04U oy.
1-714T It refrigerator
mortgage can be assumed $13,250 All City" Feeiltue, Many other U..u.u.1 Features ed !ground for The SPECIAL range

27.TF with paymenti I Financing Avallable- BUYER. REDUCED TO $15,000
beautiful grounds and ele ; I bedroom. 1" bath directly
month.Tenant See This! Unusual Home Built
only $45.00 per Today By
screened t811
lake porch MODEL
FOR SALE i Beautiful Location850
nation S bedrooms, CB home, rrvherl Piedmont
BY OWNER Bedroom retirement occupies, 10 for room country living JOHN W. BURR BuilderPHONE Drive SE!: 3 BR 2 Bath 6th St., SE 3 BR 2 bath,
home IM Ith St, NE CY 2 full tile bathe, Florida room. already financed no qualifying ,
1-6075 after S.00 p.m, and week- appointment to lee, Modern kitchen built-in itove, payment tH2.S. monthly Family Kitchen. Luscious central heat and air conditioning
.nd. h-II: get homestead eni-mpt Ion-m.k. CY 3.2031 and $3500 down. carpeting. Anxious
patio grounds
GERTRUDE BRYAN diihwasher, large refrigerator- offer on title now 11,001dOWII/ III"\'.
HOLIDAY SPECIAL freezer combination. Central air Total only $27,600 owner $21,310SECLUDED
DANCER told me about this I bed Evenings CY 3-0550 LAKE HOWARD
condition and heat. Lake access
room CB home Ideal for the fami Widow's Home 100 LongFellow LAKEFRONT

I Nothing to par'til. Nothing January Down 15th TOWN COUNTRY Owner transferred Already 1436 financed Luxury with ease tremendous Rd. 2 Bedrooms, iVt Crystal Beach Road 7.8

CallCHUCK no qualifying room throughout" = llvlng-dlnliig Bats, panelled Florida room acres rambling older
B. FROEMKB, AanoelateRCHOKNTHALER / Drexel Avenue NE. Price room combination Horage, anaclowl. Modern-Indoor-Outdoor
$ ,
: : .ft CO a4-S12t lllllim 1 I Inonn 0 [ galore I bedroom. J't $15,500 home with 4 or 5 bedroom
Ere. Wkenda stMWnJ4SI Ct 3-1141 $29,000.00 baths Florida I room lacing thelake Florida room $45,000
fenced rear yard Little Pearl Block
'PP.r.. Concrete
supreme priced below I'G H-
I-BKDROOM: IMniaa and bedroom iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiMMiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii, I 697 Ave. G SE 1 BR room with stainless ,
hoops |l"0 down IM month I 27" LAKE steel bullMni NO TAXES BORIIOOD 921 Oleander
If rood credit CY Mill FIRST with homestead $5350 Drive SE 3 Bedroom, 2
HAVEN. 3-TF Lake Otis Vi block, Senior High WINTERSETOne baths, formal dining, lots of

School one block, Junior High Like New 2409 Avenue C, storage, large screened\
BEDROOM S-batb brick home blocks. of the prrttlcit homer in thin NW 3 Bedrooms, t Baths terms $21,500CONVENIENTLY
schools 3 porch
Fully landecaped. Reduced from HOMES BY and grade price .I i room, Ibalhe
tXROO private owner Wonderful family neighborhood. r.nrlh--ra' ....7.. antiquebrink ( Florida room, completely re*
'; tto.l r.oCr.. Chupp, CY FHA CB brick Irlm interior adaptable toKarl decorated $1350 down $99 LOCATED i
Home Ii nearly new, ,
1-1381. '*''21 ) American 01 rmiiemporaiTplanning month Total Only$13,500 924 Ave T, SE 2 ,
MANAGER trim. Modern kitchen, built-in : dock A dlrrtl) .n ha per
MODERN f-bedroom chain reduced to 121 OO. bedrooms, 2 baths, Urge i
with Florida room Cloee-ln 111,Ouo. stove and oven 3 bedrooms I Retirement Lakevlew 1535 Florida room, screened I
Ut Ave F, SB. CT l-iUi. 12-TF I1M TO MM DOWN conditioner, terrazzo floors. N. LK Shipp Dr. 2 B 1 Bath porch built is $17,900 I

This Ii a tride-ln home, already Large Florida room nice

BY OWNER. Furnlihed s-bedroom Redecorated modern financed at 5'*%" Interest, no 1111ALTYCO. ot. $14,500 LOW DOWN PAYMENT -',
home Aluminum aiding on CB.4rt. h o m e i In established qualifying. 1020 Lake Elbert Drive NE
fenced lot. Carporta. Utility .
Air eondltloner. Cell beat neighborhood Monthly 4 Bedrooms. 1019BUtmore 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathe, dinIng -
Sprinkler. wall Very reaeonable. Payments is low at $>S. EDNA WATSONREALTOR 141 W Central a"e. Dr NW 3 Baths, Florida room paneled Fli.
NW. Near' Weetwood L..I.e a Orare Alberta, CT .ra4 .
school 1334 An I. Dec s-Jan. 4iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii We cm says you Urns and Jibe A, ....... A..... CV t-tMl room, carpet, built-in lots room patio fenced yard,

-- -- give expert qualifying KI Ith SI, NW CY 4.4141 1111... sail ..37.B of room $28,300Elegant lakefront Excellent terms
guidance .
Drop by or $19,500
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Call 27- r spacious 3 Bedr
RETIREMENT I Lakefront 2 1/2 Bath home with Separate 3 MILES OUT Old Lake

HOMEThis GENE COOPER -- ----- -- --- extra large kitchen land Road Modern 2 bed

Rtaltor B Dream I II! Thli unique horn" hat all of the feature of 1263 16th St. NW room, 2 Bath, air conditioned

nice home being offered living outdoor 'Inilde. Lovely screened gardens Income property A

to settle ..tlt.. 8 FHA Mmaffmrnt Broker OPEN HOUSE connect parts of the house. New College Area No. 1 must see listing $39,000,,
Cnal GI Laaee, *o 2 S
14S E. Hatnes Blvd. LOCATED err Golf View Circle BR

BR Room--1 Central bath, heat Florida- Lake Alfred Newly furnished model lot road lit betweea I 200,ft.aa spilt well ran laad.ae'ed teaclng.. Doors open from all rooms to screened) patioi. Bath fomal dining,Fla room, LOTS AND ACREAGE

rhone n-IMSGOVT Citrus Iraea. tall pl e* Dock, km Drive through carport with utility and storage.The screened porch. Rccljced to
Fenced yard with electric open In the apartment ........ A fUna....... ._or kouMa $21,800 19 Lots-South Roy Shores,

g pump and underground IrI building. We Invite your lake.. Living Cuatora*bull dialog" home* tamtly **uplaiiaed. bathroom features a SUNKEN BATH TUB. SE prices stet at $3300.

I rigatlon Concrete patio room carpeted drapea. Fla.. Th. kitchen hat an liland in the middle with range, Close-In Lakefront 233
Price $10,000,00. Calls Inspection DURING THE mom Terlooaa 1&110. I a lrooma.I link and BARBECUE PIT with free form exhaust Lake Howard Drive air con- Wedgewood Terrace, SE -
tile Batha, central beat 4 air.IIdltlooll.
RUSSELL FRAKES HOMES HOLIDAYS. .. ... mail bunt. ta lea hood coming down over the top. dltloned 2 Bedr 2 Bath Home, 92 x 135 $5,000Wintenet
tu.... Kit. baa built to e eranee A corner lot, boat house, dock:
Nights ii Sun. CY M831 dlahwaahar. dlapoaal. nuatoer.t.m. Gardens, SE -
$100 DN 1 car faras *>Hin, below Large gameroom can be used for guest room, REDUCED To $ltGOO Lakefront $8,000

TOWN COUNTRY Moat area of Winter Haven' area Winter Haven o.n.,'. coat.Beasley extra bedroom etc. Two other bedroomi. House LOW DOWN PAYMENT .
rarmenle aa low aa MIOO Max HarbourCondominium has loads of built in itorage. Large fenced corner Lake Hartridge NW 110
Co. W. Lake Cinnon Dr I
I S. A. MOORE. REALTORCY Realty lot. Yard has citrus trees and back yard is screened 1509 x 200' $10,000
:Im! IM16 S-ITSI BR, Fla. room, large lot ,
CX3-IUI IM ttk St, NW CY by hedge,
furnished Income cottage. '
Eagle Lake 4'4 acres -

oi-rr Apartments IDEAL for couple, bachelors, or family with rilA Appraised $13,900 Hwy. Frontage $18.500

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMin l l l l l l 111I11I1111111111111111I111I11I11111111I11I11I111111111I11 1I111" Bedroom LARGE HOME one child Priced thousands below original cost at REDUCTION IN
1 and t BIG Lakeview Buckeye Hilll
SMALL PRICE $17.900.00. Call 294.1501 I for .n appointment to PRICE 803 Ave L. SE
LAKEFRONT LIVING S3 x 130' $3950
iiot Lake Martha Drive, Open for Apartments with 1, Inspect this unusual home designed for perfect Florida :3 BR, 1H bat:,. Fli. room.

an apace otter, I bedroom.Older home I with. ..fcadel does IN FLORIDAWhat !Vi and I baths 1400 aq. ft living area living or 294-1 1112 1 nights end evenings. large kitchen wide utility INCOME PROPERTIES

Florida room, full dining Closed garage
shallow well It irrigation
car garage central tIt conditioning a wonderful way to Wl INVITI YOU Beautifully landscaped WALTER J, COLEMAN Realtor Downtown123 E. Central
complete kltrhea I \ err
poling and dr....... Wonderful opportunity LIVE!: Need 1 or 4 bed INSPtCTIONFwalsb.d fenced yard with shallow Ave. i offices and reception

for a sharp buyer Call rooms? 631 West Lake El. well FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT & SOUTHEAST LAKEVItW room upstairs apart
AeMclate. Town ) Mod Open
Malcolm Telreaull, bert has juit that Screened -4th St. It Lake Lulu Drive ment $16,500Southeast
Country Real ....., Nile. CY 10:00 A.... I. ':00 '.M. porch
*)7. Days CY ..lItl. 17-21 PLUS to much more 15' x II' Florida room INVESTMENT CORPORATION 3 BR, 2 bath Fli. room, Triplex 3 apt

100 >HOMES to tee, callELEANOR and 13' x 20' living roomS built In oven and range, each has 2 bedrooms, living
chain of lakes recess
I BR. CB BR t baths e o ConttriKHoti e '
Real Estate
Mortgogei "SIlfOllC. kitchen screened
Low at $4700 month. 1GLEI1ART A. j. LM Realtor $18,800
CHARLES UoCOMlC. Reg. Brokap14Jaa.14 Air conditioner porch completely furnished
...,... Associate 491 CYPRUS GARDENS RD S.L
1700 Slit St, N.W. Total price Ii juit $14,000 good; rental history $18,900

TOWN COUNTRY Hwy. 17 with good terms

:JIUOB REALTY Wl rr Hewea. FI.ridePb. AssecialM [w.. neat. .

Repoeaeued Silo Haveadale and New Bird Home 27UitnollCL3MI4I ILQQ II'tWrilrnr ... 21M404 LEIS BROS. t&tfe 11. IL McSeyasia gn.U4.'ezBJi1 3.3100Eels.

IMI1TIEvealnci Uw! REALTORS: Whitley 3.300

JM-1UI JanuaryOccupancy IJt* Sixth St., NW Irl.a .. ..... t'1' 11523cr

NO CLOSING COST Hone CY 4-ltll (OppoiUe North Cite) nUN ICrUL: ..ar OlIo CUry lint

home tbedraonv Iii bath. bullttaappllancea.
Birch cabinets Ti a ISO eC
M and I* I '
Large ulllltr carporta

Near nice location chopping Nonhwaet center Call aectlon.CY 21130-- ((13)' ) deal Estate For Sale AS A4F

1-454 after 4 10 p m. weekdaveAnyttnia 4
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BUTlER Told me about Ihli I bedroom
B aced
an Sal ef Lake
CB house with I ran sie built- OR RENT! lllk Street Nnr hweM. A warmtoreable B ...._ bare with hnpl_Large nor4a -
Inn largo Uvtna room, Fla, room Dream
bauM of .aolleai eo atr\*> ream aa4 Lot. .TiAftM i HO
plenty of spare for the whole lam- Hoe la a choke .....Uo.. Acraa. IMatreel IK* H. Lake 'lw Dr. ISVM7
II Nothing down Flret Itaym.otJanuary DOS M it.. NE from lake. ....._ Lot .1W .... paw. e* aa toy aundar
Call .
.llI'O a lay with Lifetime 7e
Located H block elf rf thata ef
CHITK B E AaenclalaBVHOtJtTHALER I e.Sung. ead wall laeuUle4, wane
: CO W4-JIM Loca'ed between likes, I bedroom wood BMellne. flreplac. lauB..iT lakes to IE I< , Lrw Wkende S>>441t large living with room with verareoai w range wlikdoora. FOR BALX OK TRADE,30.r
air condition ter
.. laM ft at Urlaf area. ..... note, M CMtoaa Ikiaraiau. AC
-- I I8Y carpet dining room, tilt bath, I-kalka.. extra lane L.B. and ramUr ratio Coors trait tree. ear at) "
OWNER' : Comptete" fUl'II" kitchen. It's racial Owner KMII Open for liuperiM. 1.01 port It vUUty. Only HI, OO.Tarma :Ii
.4 mod.ra horn.. Stu A I will
1 NR a m. to 00 MH IHioo FHA
ahower. Living' room, kjuhta, car I winti offer atoncellBeasley / fnra.e i5Ma Phose. C1' 1.3730 wBarlow tt Mitred .. g;
two utility room Nice lot. Muettil PH111. I.TF
at once. ll.JUO equity and aaeume -
Co. -
monsage lee al 504......FloridaDrive Realty ay OWNER lbnbwwe CI ban.IuSWue Beasley Realty Co. tn.'-tyi...n..... raw *.W..*te n in'ii SHOP LHOTCK HAVENPege c..
Lena Vleta IuWI" Anbumdale tM Ilk St. NW CY 1X7ST .... v
773 An, C SW. '
WO T-M7I after I.>> p.mM $MM ..., NW Cf #mTr Tour /NG
monlnga. lt-TF ;,1F I wife tells me you got troubles"
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Young Orange eAt.Ous ,a r 1k7U r C d' 3U \"

Crones 7; ) J/ WANT r fr .

in th kaim Indian River ell. : | J |
rua bell located" Hlfh I ,
on a>
710 Indiamown near Coot !: ?
Cola.Mlnul. Maid (rovM Aclordlnf .
ti cfricUl rrrordi > .c' Iy.c'
iiI i, -ia. nner barn a ,
Irene I in damage oranc u
errs in ihia Imlimntown ana J )p4 ,

But a. lull* 11 I men. 10 .
err. lOr up or Orange Grove .
NOW mud bare 1 Income toryourwll _
and family for the
ren al tour III* Hr U opportunity .
for th amall .la ;
tenor "in purrfcu. on .uyIrmu
Only' and in 14
jtr ogre balanc C HANCt PROM OUR PAY FOR SOCWS CleytQT D0Y THRIC DATES Our or )/
dad..n till Include huurance warranty GATE LAST NWHT.' Movies N I k NOw Ar .___MY ALLOWANCE. '___/
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Write For Free i II

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BchwnthaliT C" Realtor
F.O Box .34. Winter H.....

rhonri 7143113 Florida- MJ-WJ

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($I..A) Lots & Acreage DAYS X. C

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Nicest LoU

On : :

Chain of Lakes

1, Select location to ..i! > :
borhood of tills hontt
lovely shade tree %
US' oo street udUk : r
x 200' deep YOU'RE ACTUALLY I Gr rHe
I. Excellent gently slop DAD is THE. LJVVHOLC LOUD AND MUCH P A IIrTL[ SPIQAL1 y
log ctevatioa' to Uk WIDE WORLD' taAQ = l (.4! illy .

oak true god ;;
lOtltlOQ. ) ,lOO, ( OKAY- t t1:

LEIS BROS. S-o I l ,
KM Sixth St., NW t (
(Opposite North Cite) t

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FOR BALE: l.and".pod" corner lot
near Ukr Aid id School a. Pomlo )
81 Irrigation yium ahadrtra
e. Contact Dick Hopon. Davpn a
port U2-3M 73: -x1 ,, ( 6UT Ocotbesl Ii THAr't AMi ( I r w uio SLOE *
; t M WIG WAGGifQ WINQ8V WA! i (OCA! WHY Q<>fr TAKE THE pe*uue
Kill trade equity In rmidrrn t-brd- / AMESSAGE DO YOUA6OYiCDor YWrHOTALK) LFPrise rLv'wokue
room ciMlom' torn 373-217: 24-2 Z"I KNOW WHAT ] AND I WAS TMAf WAY-





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Vaccination Is A Must .

'THE \ i I I ITwo

: rOUO vaccination pro I Pubis I health vaccination program
hu been changed ejr the and the recommtnOutMu FAMILY 1*

.. Slabs Public Health of followed your own to make physician the must scourge be LAWYER I ,

It .U recarnmende4 that of polio' a phantom of the put,
oral vaccine isabln) M remembered only a* another Child oil the' Sta"d
It should. be given only U i brilliant victory of aclenc over
., children and teenager! IdI--. cur; lollltl,. at an Intartet more ,nut Out of th* mouth of
the age of 1," ee. lion l_.h drivci vlame' Ih.. iMhet babre. _om.vhrrvaloaeluuofenedby
n is ldyMIIIth.t I HADItV HIA1ID OWIITfONl for thus aiikicnt. Ass the only im liKt sound by pr./juiliAi ..
Infant b* Should parent make Ute peruse wHnft. M a nhmtlhoy whoM a rule. h H up la the. trial
v during choice. between Silk and tablnvaoclnea Minding on in. curb N/dgd M tlexuto. .....,..., a padicu.
the first for their children* Mould IK* boy .h* allowed, la toll Ian MM M qiwIiAeJ' ..) lit a wrt-
year of life. AH bie saucy In court' IhowanJ of ant Of count, .t. h on* Liar.
I 1 children nhould. I Th choke of "a to U.e phynrtaa. II* ; now* Ute heal >..le. .
be va'III.ted pena my Lingo on fukto th Mie ale mint eon
before they enter technical dl f.rava between lie ...,.. II Ito torfinuNiy of a cMUreheKto Md.i lie child i intell|.ex., tad
Ute two and
vaccine will decld -
arhooLTh tnougf for tad procewe of Kin* thai 11M elapsed between accldeal -
whkh will offer Ute ..t-
fcMtk. '
Public. end irlal and Gwen the type
t* niaa ...ILh eat advantage each Individual frlhrr way there are prohlinM of quetllun la .h. .*,.... flue, a
ha. poinUdl .I patientCan To kt him letfify i III w net fWbond. M of mn to .h.lier Sued to Myheihtr .
there to a very slight oral varcln be taken debbtriM. ) or wK rw RvKn .. a ding. bit him than M ...(-
iftatHn with moldy during pregnancy I OUM 5lf nMM one wrM Mle the tp.(d of a paring truthrthkal .
: .=..:oflMa41'ft But I>r I Ail advisory _( .* of lid "V/hai ,er ** ire M expel alIh M ..U a* mental charKMrMlKi
KabM feel that 1M poe. United lute PubU health haadi of hiklf.n n ihuvU see .ha mia accouot
wide of reaction ofpna> M ervk. has deflnlUly approved (lie child WMMM muet fail a
: MinioH" should not die- I the toe of oral vaecla. duringpregnanry aural oHIfulkin k) ..I'IM' truth.TraJiilunifly .
aduH from taking th* th* Juilf* probe:
tM. I I. It tia recommended that lot thU moral obligation" ia the
preetplUu decUa* ef Rime operation. like broils orhernia 'hiWi ftticimN battfroundV tutu
during tfc* put ten year should not be. performed k* (eel Uiv.** piMiikmnl If a*
/ tuning light of modem I during certain eeaaMW beeaiuo bras i "II'lh* truth1 For lonlanc
.* acrompttahment of th* threat of pollu* one OWl ilkmed" MMImony byofitr a
7 vow Ktfl remember th*, In 1MU fa Ik* vary lint who. although hazy
whk gripped Ute heart time Ia9UIetdml.e :were permuted : about lh*.meaning of aa.. oath we*
: : ,. whoa a ciagt MM during lh* aummer. for wit thai The koIlII... would fet
him, IT h* MJ a lie
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wa reported to a .... those etlldren who had had
la recent yean MMM cosine lav*
K1r ade .... .ImmunliaUon
,. keen lalMtod r .. If the child bat
wig threat ha and Wlow-. ,
poliov p booa *ra ao rdigMMM conviction! along ube
bun aJraoet wnpletely. what D r. C..... ......1Ie dot hate a cleat motivation! lob
1 by tile tu* of Ute nad.rtlA.. soarer Oadioad Mme. lul .thai mouvaiion k*
{ and. labia vaccine But ,.,,,*., In eta M* reedert muM have No oultef how wlotunr >
polo rims UU MM. It I q..dtwe o Air alas oMw.
Sol b*tm pidJtuif tiactJluJ about hue wine or how loqucne bit
un threaten an lain care- nor ..-w. wd ..... flog
....." if '. -> Ian..,., tilt child without tcrupto
egtoct arts IhwuelvM sit */ ewer1 tofereaf. UVea
IM >i fhilJr.* may lit. mu* ba ao business on t witnei stand
children th* vital pre- year frltor I* lJf' Celentaa to
beet dos situ toll Ih troth N sit
p1Io." l It ....."..UoII. .or. ./ 4to nwey*,er.O may
An AaMrkan par Aawtotlan pOnt amk fetfnr by Wh S3'7asdI.
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age Twnfy-Six Sunday, December 27, 1964

Limit OM Yow Choke FISCHER'S
I 12 Pak 12 01.

Dear AliliyEducation Throw AwayBottles

I Is The Answer Ale or Beer Save 48cand $139,

Abigail Vail Huron

DEAR ABBY: I recently came across a pic- quire about our children I Her Idle( s lire nl 1vi.
taw In the paper of three women as they stood In ways 10 or 12 paget long If she nu f it M ml a +
the receiv f line at a lea kinl8t 'Bird small "regards to me In her Ic'leis'!; it would i
Mmwm Thjp were Mr*. : : and mean a lot to me. I never did anything' to hurt _
Mrs Stephen Voting (the wive of Ohlo'i 8metor Mr. I am a good wife to her Kin, and j Mood
.> and Mr.. Anthony Celeb--ene the wife of matter to her grandchildren She !hit' a lung
our Secretary of Health. Education, and Welfare way from here and we don't MO! her very _
They were all I beautifully drained and bedecked oftM, but she remembers the chl'dien' with gift.
with orctiM. Both Mri Lauache and Mn Young and ray husband, too. I wonder if she :knows Plus The Extra Bonus ol
were standing In their docking feet'! Now if Ihftdoesn't her son's wife I It living I asked my husband
convince the shoe Industry that theirshoes once, and he Mid, "Mother it a little peculiar" e e
are killing our feet, I don know what It Should I write and introduce myself to her' r
will take I would appreciate t your opinion.i

RUTH CHASE IGNORED: No. Perhaps your hut-
band was being kind. By "peculiar" he might Q\\ //SAVE -imBY'S TOMATO
DEAR RUTH: Amen! The Senators' wlvn have been trying to tell you that bU mother't
ihould hive urged !Mn. Crlrbrrzzt lot ftt the mental horizon li pretty narrow. Don't demand 32.1.
message to her husband In the Department of that your husband count for hit molher't Juice limit Two ISe
health Education, and Welfare. 81(>llh, but Un- actions He't probably at uneasy shout hit .
comfortable shoes, are certainly affecting am mother's attitude
at you Irand equally help- CELLED 7
health and welfare. And the miner could be less

"education." 1 S Prk.i EHtxtiv Men s.* Tut* DM. 21 TWi 29 300 Count"
e e s } Issue Pkg.
DEAR ABRY: My father wan very tick last .
DEAR ABBY: I would like a few options! on winter and he wan told that he wouldn't live WINTER HAVEN STORES ONLY 1 Limit Tw.
a problem I've "been having I win going with a through the night. He called me to hill bedside 1 SAVE LUCKY LEAP
man of 60.1 am 47 I wan very fond of him and and asked me to promise him! !in front of my 820 THIRD STREET S.W. 25 Site
he led me to believe that the feeling wit' mutual. mother that : M. e
I wnuU marry "M" I am 13 and ISO FOURTH STREET, N.W. SauceSAVI 19
Three week ago he asked me to move into hi* "M" It 3.) I never loved "M" but my father Limit Twe With
hone and live common law with him until we wanted me lo mmry him because he won, half Other PurthsiM
found out if wecre compatible He says at our partners with another fellow in a luncheonette. fIk Se SANITARY NAPKINS REG OR SUPER
age there li I nothing wrong with t.ltOf: we werelei'iingcrs My father got well and now he sap If I don't Oftntfty Rights I......!
it would be course. I Iflaily marry "M" like I promised:: God will puninh me 12 Count
rrru l'd. He laid if fill I wanted out of Can you help me, Abby' LIL Kotex Pkg. 3ge
him wai an escort I could count him out. I .
enjoy his company. Should I go out with him AFRAID OM Yes Qk With $3 or More OrJor
again if he ask me? He hat money and could Nona-IMPORTANT SAVI 4c DIXIE DARLING RYE
get plenty of other women. DEAR AntAml: I am sure your falter meant
well, but he had no right to ask for such a 16 n.
TROUBLED piomlse. Even though you promised t to marry Oil ALL STORES Bread Pk6 1ge
"M", you made the promise under unnatural ; Will Close
t t-
and unusual pressure. Be true U yourself and
DEAR TROUBLED:! ear let one of the otherwomen fear no punishment. SAVE 9( DIXIE DARLING Brown 'N Serve Dinner
have him.I She also have the plcanurtof 6
moving (to find out If hey are compatible) WESSON or p.m. 12PiXPk "'
and perhaps wind up being a housekeeper with Rolls 2 'ge
leep-ln privilege Respectable couplet (at any Troubled Write to ABBY. Box. 6970P Lot 19 .
ale) still get married before they live together, Angelas, Canf For a personal 'PIY. endow: a 24 os. lot*
Cs. stamped, aelf-addrenned envelope.For SAVE16c YEAR'S EVE

e e e e
DEAR ABBY Please tell me 111 hove a light *
to be resentful. Apparently husband's mother Abby't" booklet, "How To Have A Lwely r -
doesn't know I'm alive mJ'rl letter ia him Wedding, tend 51) cents to Abby Box onion ACRACKIN'
LMt OM. Year Ook. FREE 25 Extra TV :
Lot Angeles, Calif. -I.
and they all begin, "My dear ton, Bertram
She never mention my name, but the does ins 9) MtN.g.hl Svndlc.U, Inc I t.rl GOOD

11 M. Pkj.

Application Made For New DEEP SOUTH epee On Pkf. 49c I

I FREE 25 Extra: TV Stamps

Life Insurance CompanyTALLAHASSEE 32 .i. 49(32.SAVE. 39 C CHEEZ 7 u. Pk.CURLSSAVE 39c16c

tOe Coupon Oi Pka.
(UPI) Cov. Citrus Commits and head oft Steamship Co., Raymond Mason
Farr Bryant, financier Ed Ball citrus packing company; of Jacksonville, insurance exe.cutlve FREE J Extra TV Stamps s't
and other state political Jlgurtt'have Road Board member A. Max and Development Com. CRACKIN' GOOD '
applied to State Treaaurtr Brewer, Titusvllle attorney; mission member; Frank W, lATH SI2I
I J, Edwin Larson for authority Tom C, Johnson of Tampa, lire Sherman, Jacksonville banker, POTATO CHIPS
to organize a multUmlllton dot. retary of the Florida Assocla. James W. Walter, Tampa home t
Tar. Insurance company lion of Insurance Agents builder and financier; O. A, B. Safeguard 2-43' Twta Pti CO.CMPM
Tha llcentt for the company 0. Pkt., J"1FRESH
t 'fWldener, wealthy New York and
Henry ; /Kramer of Jackson
been delayed because the
Palm Beach and
sportsman one.time
vllle, president of Food Fairstores
organizers did not list the
sheriff of Palm Beach
the names new of company officials who will run chain; W.and R. Lovett Plc.N-Savt of Jackson.Drug County under appointment of LEAN TENDER Quarter Sliced

Vllle, president of Suwannee Bryant, and Richardson.
The letter of application,
signed by Ray W. RichardsonJr.
of Jacksonville, who will Per Pound 49t

become partners one when of the Bryant's governor law Ridge Bridge Pork Loins

leaves office Jan. 9, said the
corporation would be run by iy JOHN M. TAYLOR
the regional heads of two large
life Insurance companies but he Polk County Dup eot. Irlo,t) Director
did not give their names,
Walter Rountree general trick and took the dummy's
counsel to Larson, said the gp.plication s-QU diamond Jack on the next fl-
U being delayed pend. H-QJIOC I nes3e by East. When clubs fall
ing receipt of that information D-IU ed to break, East had no way Hog Jowls Per Pound 1getIl.
The man In charge of tile -JI4J to get to the dummy for the club
Insurance Department's audit. WEST EAST finest*.
Inc section, Frank Devere, said S-1071 t-KH The Christmas P rtyMasttrpolnt -
the governor has been asked to -A7I H-KM game In Lakeland was
0-CJT D-AI04C Mrs. Tom Bates and
submit the names of the off). won by
-1071 C-AKQM Mrs. Theo Walts of Lakeland
cert and has agreed to do so.Devere SOUTH
and Mrs. FrankStapor and Mrs.
added "I don't know
how the Information about this S--AJI4H 4412D C. W. Walker of Winter Haven FREE M EXTRA STAMP* Assorted Pbvorj CHEKDrinks W-D 1 BRAND I leanFreshGr'd.
The Bartow Trophy Series was
application got out, but It's out -K114C4
and I'm glad to give you ill won by Robert ThornhiU of With Coupon And Purchase ofSUPERBRAND
the Information we have. Th.seare Winter Haven. The second: pUc*
All E-W
pairs reached the went to Mrs. TTACtCheese
records" trophy perryDlaktmort
public Beef
normal 3NT contract with the (
of Lakeland. Two
The application for the license above cards from the recent .
Bartow players, Mrs. Ray
said the firm would be named
Came In
Barlow. Only Smith and Mrs. Louis Turbe,
the Good Life Assurance Co.
one South player, Mrs Ted
were third and fourth. Fifth
and 18\ stockholders agreed to
FUnlgan of Winter Haven
place went to Paul Tyler ofLlk.land.
subscribe to
$100,000 get
) correct defensive play to
Mara H. G. Morris
It started, Including Governor set the .
Bryant and BaiL contract.A of Winter Haven and Mrs. Tom
One subscriber, Cooper M. Bata of Lakeland both won sectional .
f Cubbedge, vies president of heart lead from South wu third In the Open Pairs
Jacksonville the usual opening move by thedet.n. at the recent Sarasota Sec:
agreed to Invest Properties 50000.' Inc., ... Eat won It In dummyand tional. Mrt.R.D.Hogan of Lake Uwit Twl (Uicr f CMvtawttt CM P k
The $100,000 subscribers In lost the diamond fine.... Wales! was second overall In
addition to Bryant and Ball A heart return was won by the a tide game, and Otto Rice of __
are declarer's king, and the club Lakeland took a sectional: sec mss. an[ ..x ,panne

State.Comptroller Ray green; suit was tested When South and In the Men's Palu.Th.r. Ex-e'RA FRESH FRESH PRODUCE
state Development Commission showed out on the second round, will be a masttrpointgam
Chairman Wendell Jarrard, a East went to dummy with adti- In Lakeland tonight Another TOP VALUE STAMPS COPEE.AND'S -. .: !'! .
mond and took the proven club masterpotnt game will be
DeLtnd banker; Alto Adams, a,1.e..d PUSH VINI HIM
Miami developer and former Cnttt for a nine trick total played tomorrow afternoon In '
Supreme Court Justice and urw Mrt. rianlgan suspected her Winter Haven. A Special Mar GttpeChooa55e
successful candidate for governor partner might have a club stop ttrpolnt game will b* played Tomatoes19 C
In 1952; Sam A. Banks of per and planned her detent Tuesday night In Lakeland I ar wewyVDimyw.ee/ ec
Lakeland, member of the state to protect It. She let dummy's There will be no game In Bar- r 12 el."Ii..
diamond queen win the second: tow on Thursday night.


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ROSE WEEK .- PaMdem City Coasts coed Dan Baker ROBE BOWL OTPOHflfTf: : -- Quarterbacks Paul Brother
II! fold bouquet of roses, symbolizing her role u queen of the 76th left) of Oregon St aid Bob Tlmberlake of Michigan will lead
I !: r- annual Tournament of ROM on Nw Year* Day. their team in the moil famous of HM New Year1 Day bowl contests -
..the ROM Bowl Football Game at Faaadtna, Calif. I
Nnc-TV will carry the action in color beginning at 4t49: p.m.

Menu For The Week

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Parades And FootballThe

King Grange Jamboree The Tournament of Roses The Cotton Bowl Parade will
Parade and the Tournament of Parade, the 70U in a spectacular be held to the surprise of no one, v*. Nebraaka.Ii45 .
Roses Parade will be back-to- safes, telecast live In Dallaa. n will be narratedby -- onr BowL LSU N.fyracuM. .
back on NBC Now Ttar'f mornInc. from Pasadena, via start at Allen bidden and Marilyn .
U30. This gala will hare a Van Derbur on CBS starting at
tally wulornwa marching 10:90 4)49Roee- Bowl. Oregon
The Oraac Farad,to be bold band, S23 mounted marchers, state v*. MIoIII....
In Miami on New Y.ar' Eva, Palmer When the paradei are over
N floats and Arnold
will be taped and shown on to offset QeaMn. The theme, and the pretty girls hara ;faded 74J.-Orant BowL Tans
the nttwork: Friday mornlnc ROM from the screen" on comes me r*. Alabama.
aa always
from 11 to aso. The procession Dennis Weaver,stir of"Ken- prime beef. R'. football the
will fwlurt 18 band, 62 tucky Jones," will cover the net of the day, Into the dusk:, The Gator Bowl fame .U Saturday (.
brilliant floats and JacklaClMon. : Orange Parade, Lome Greene and almost op to the late chow. at t. with Florida Stale
The theme of the parade of Bonanit" the Parade of The pew Year* BowliIt4 playing. OkUhoma. The Caat
this yea U ",amODI Wom.." Roaee.Lome >-Cottoa Bowl. Arkanaa Wet Shrine fame .It at 4,10

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Allen twMM M4 Marilyn TM D+t'bar
Greene and Betty Walto will be the Ronald Reagan will deecrlb win chare tile ooaMtentary assign mew telM
NBC commentators, for the Tournament of the ROM Parade nor CBS. Bee lire broadcast of the Cotton Bowl Peatlv'
Rose Parade Friday starting at 0 I :30. Mytrxn win store (he mierphone ., Parade from the Tons flat Fair wound
with bit, It Dallas FrkU at 10-.30 ..... oa ':DMA,



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Sunday MORNING Dec. 27

....,.. Radar Highlights 1
'1)1)n.. Story TV Goesl7:41Now. ,
., Wtllet T''". Story N_ Singing Time

...00-4.1,... Time 6.sp.I, Time Gospel. Gospel. Si.I.,
I.IS-livid Word Gospel. Time Caravan Caravan t a.m. (8) MOVIE "Passage
R:10-Chr.1.ph.n{ Film Fea/rro Gospel. Gospel, Singing Weststarring\ John Payne
,,41-5.."/ Sonority Film" Fosters Canvas C.,."..
and Arleen Shelan. (lIU)

'lOo-IlNiltt Sealer ....,.. Jim sea Jesse Faith for Today 10 a.m. (IS) (6) SPECIAL
"I-I.wht lee movie Jim ..d Jesse Faith far Today "Noye's Fluddtte," The Chester
Io-Tltl. I. "Passage TV ....,.. Time WTV' Church Miracle play set to music by
.141T'' Life w..t" TV Gospel, '1_ Service.10:00Nay. contemporary English composer

fl.4. Ward .f Benjamin Britten, as videotaped -
s John 1.' Life Neve's FI.4"
(Oil 5-N.,*'. F........ ArU*. Site,.* Were) .f Life Novo Fl.*.. at St. George's Church
..0lo-H.r..'t Fl1*.* CkrJt .pkrt The lie PMur Novo Flu1*. In New York City. The play Includes -
|fl:4>-Ny.'> F''...... Living Word Tin lie Picture N.,.'. Flu..l":. nearly 200 children who
portray the animals ot the Ark
I 11.09. .- .*,*,* Three This. Tk. Life FM Baptist c.**,* Three and play a variety of musicalInstruments.
1' -Co..,. Three This It The Life Services Cmr. Three
"ll)0- ..*,.. i..tl. History In Fln Baptist High. ScklN Charles N. Hen
.11.41Zap... the. Making; Srvkt .wt C..l. derson directs. "',
1 p.m. (8) MOVIE "World ,- ; .
AFTERNOON Without End," with Hugh Mar
lowe and Nancy Gales. Science
II:00-li, Picture Florida The Story Original! !< Am.. fjctlon. (1956) Also, "The Cosmic SEE THE OLD TEAR OUT WITH LIZ Elizabeth Taylor
:1 12I--Big:1 Picture Minds .1 Work The Jt.rv tour Now12:30U..1 Man," starring John Car- tars as an English girl who marries a man (played by cc-itar
:: fH\ Per.NStive Davy i 6llk Face The radlne and Bruce Bennett. Peter Finch)) she hardly knows and goes to live with him on his
'Ui4S, Ia.k.thll Perspective S*.il. Security Nation. "
1 p.m. (IS) (e) FLORIDA Ceylon tea plantation In "Elephant Walk, the color feature on

1,00, -NFL C....... Set.*..* Fiction Herald. .( Truth U. .f FUrU.' BASKETBALL with Florida "Wednesday Night at fee Movies" this week.
1.10t.' C',.lMkl* Theater HrM f Truth Basketball Coach Nora Sloan and Sports-
I,JO-NFL "WrU' .I..... ft NFL caster Dick stratton. after the election too. President
,,41-, k'pn..mli! .;' Without A.twn Ck'm. ,i.*tkt|, 1:30 (13) (8) NFL CHAMP- TelevisionIn Kennedy had stipulated that
"Profiles In Courage" de
2:0o-HFL b4" DIwary'64 NFL IONSHIP GAME between Baltimore -
21-, C""I..ItI j Nancy 6af.4 Discovery '44 CIt'"I..hlp Colts and Cleveland toyed until after election day.

2:10-: ,.... Hulk Marlowe Directions 'U Colts .... Browns. '
2141-: ... Celts "Th.. Cosmic Directions I,.... ) p.m.(0)MOVIE,"Cinderella ReviewBy The Channel Swim Claire
Jones," starring Joan Leslie Bloom reads poetry on CBS
Oo-NFL: ...." Movies. for NFL TV's "Csmera Three" Sunday
and Robert AIda.
3:11Ch'mpl.eship Sunday Ch'"I..hl Lea Crane star of ABC.
1Io-NFL, I,... I...... Aft.,.... NFL United Press International ,
1141-: CII'I..hl Ch..eieg Times "Cinderella Ch.I.....', 4:30 (9))MOVIE"Chain Lightning TV.'s new late-night program
with Is host of the network's New
Humphrey Begirt HOLLYWOOD (UPO A
400: -NFL NIC Y.-EII4 Jones" NFL and Eleanor Parker. weekly, half-hour Friday night Year's day coverage of the
4ilt-. Ck'mltki Review Jean Leslie Ck'mclmkl; 5 p.m. (ISTJlETWENTlETHCl'NTt1RY documentary series about the Mummers parade In Philadel.Phis .
4:10-NFL NIC Tr-[* < Robert. AM TIA CDS-TV's new "Many
"Anthony Eden
4141Ch'Ie..hl. Review l "Chain" l TIA prlllcMnUIl year of Franklin
with CBS News CorrespondentWalter Delano Roosevelt trill begin on Happy series, with
|:00-Yw Life I* Wild Kingdom Lit ktalne" n. Twentieth. Cronklte U reporter. ABC-TV Jan. .. John McCiver, Is reported
|i||_ World Today Wild Kin a derv H. l rt Century Entitled "FDR; It will be washed! up after Its It episodesrun
SilO: -Oriel**! Am. CIU iwl1,4s El.( .:::Parker D* toe Hoop College Bowl Movies. forlief .l HST WORLD OF COLOR presents inspired by Democratic presidents NBC-TVs Alfred Hitchcock
'Tantasy on Skis," a drama- to have a national television Hour offers Margaret L igtiton
NIGHT fantasy filmed la Aspen, Colo. debut this Mason. Jan. 11 as a spinster wf i goes t

Pratt A <. 9 p.m. (13) SPECIAL. "The "Profiles la based insane when she can', cope
4:00-Tk* Twentieth Meet TIle S *< False N.wt Course!
4ilS: C* PV M* fr... Ahem.* Spurts. Wtkr4ilO Royal Ballet" from Englandwill on the book by President KennedY with the strains of bringing up
:: -Cr: 14. Vvlwr. In.tt- The sill The (Robot be presented as t CBS Is a one-hour dramatic an orphan.
':41A,. Y..> Im Stop Little Show. The Rebel. speclaL entry on NBC-TV each Sunday.

7Oo-t.. IIN Stop Onl ft Hrrl Uttl 9 p.m. (9) MOVIE "The Ride And a half-hour series about "The Tonight Show Starring
yilS-lttl* IM Stop Onl ft H.rrl.l Least.* Back," with Anthony Quinn. the White House years of Harry Johnny Canon" will be on NBC
y,10, -My F....rH. Web 01...,'. WIMrl.* 1 My Favorite 10:15 (9) YEAR END RE VIEW 8. Truman narrated by the former six nights a week Instead of five
7,4,- Mortise Wonderful .. fee Mortise Chief Executive Is being
11:15 (II) MOVIE "Stanleyand beginning Jan. I. The new Saturday
1:00-1" Sullivan world at WIoot.,1..4 M S.ni... Livingston,"starring Spencer Men on a syndicated basis exposure at the usual
lilS, Skew Color got .lee Skew. Tracy, Nancy Kelly and around the,country, generating time ot 11:16: pm-1 am. will
1.10. -U 5..11I"! .. sill Doom Shaw Broadside Ed S.Illva. Walter Brennan. (1139) a food deal- of controversy.The consist ot rebroadcasts of par
',41Sh.*.. III! D... Shaw 1re..W. Show. Roosevelt series will ticularly Interesting "Tonliht"programs
11:30 (13) MOVIE have Arthur Kennedy as narrator ,
t:00-f n*!.**"! ..*.... S..4.. NIoIot T*. Royal t val.e," with Maria Schell and with Charlton Heston
tilt' Royal I 1.111 I.....* of fbe. Movies! I.II.I Francois P.rlor. named best speaking the words of the four
t.)0, -{xeUnd't IM. "Th. RU. Th. Royal. foreign picture of the year time President The late Eleanor .
,,41h,*. 1.II.t l*-**i* lack" lalUt (1957)
Roosevelt served U consultant -
10:00-CaWH Tk* R..**t Albany. Qyln. Caidl for the program, which
101- Camera TIle .*.**. y,. In1 Review. C....*,. THE PERFECT GIFT will air from VtStMO p.m. EST.
I0il: -Wk. 't The Rogues Yr. End< Review Where Currently, the World War U
I04S: Myllaa Tk R*.... Yr. fad Review. My LIII. OF TIMEAccuraoN Air Force drama series "11

11,00., -CIS N.. News .p'. WI, N.vtllM' Nvt SouthlingAdv.slwo. O'clock tilth" U seen on ABC.
( $.". rt.h.... Checkmate Weather TV from Is3010:30 p.m. EST. 0
11,10, In "St..l.y and CK ckni.Ck ... S.sdav. Night! This program will have Its
.141-. ,.,.dI. Uvisgstos" .l..H Movie. starting time moved up to 10

Those program ""' ''.'Ui *,. prodded .W the tUvWii, ...t.... p.m. EST. series had been YOUR
eel are .IoI..t t. ik.*.tt .t any 11_. Tk.. Dally Nwt-Cklf. >..UitkM., The Roosevelt
Mom .> eIM1 p.Wk... ..,.,l.. .*4 h **t ...,.*.i"'* fV *r.*t.. chance. **lDo tentatively scheduled to appearon FAVORITE
... .k... ct..4'f 1 ABC-TV last season but any
sued plans were withdrawn before -
the 196)44 semester began PAINT COLOR
probably In considerable
measure because of the election
year that vac ahead.
Both "Profiles In Courage"
and the Truman program had MOORE'SMOMOMATIC
their premieres bald off until


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i Daytime ProgramsFor HighlightsMONDA CIS NBC ABC CBS

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Coming WeekSPECIAL 9 a.ro. (8) MOVIE "Hanseland !

Cretel" a children' favorite Monday Night
presented with life-like ,
puppets. (U5-C)
I Mera&M-Afterweeft) 7 p.m. (13)MOVIE "The Four 4:00-Ntwt Newt, Seertv ABC News Pvlie, News

tOe Frie'ey' Jexuery I I. the following; program will pre-empt tke Poster" starring:Rex Harrison 4:II-SeerH, Wlkti Weather Newt, Weather Sports, Wtker.
regularly. tckee'tlec'.' shows I* the time/" periods. 1ia..1. I and Llffl Palmer. Based on the 4:10-CIS News NIC News Maverick CIS Newt
CMnn.l 4. 7:11. : .. Simtk.ee AUeeee. News end i Broadway stage bit, tracing lire 4:41-CIS: Newt NIC Ntwt Maverick CIS Newt
Weather t:00.10:00- :::1hi.O: ffkmper Reem Sckeel' 10:30-11:30. of a couple from marriage to 7,00 The billet Meverlck MevleMeverlck
-Cetf.* low! Perece. ; II t3O.II Mi: .......... *f Ross Parade.' Pitviewj death. (comedy 18S2)) Tilt: :Oie.it Die.il; Hehe "Thi: !Peer

; "ll,41-| :14J-T...r..emet ef Raise Parade. : 141.4r45-C. 9 p.m. (I)) MOVIE 'The Easy 7:JO-Te Tell Truth tO .......1 v.,.,. t* the Ptitir"lettem
Bowl, Cemei" 4:4|.|:00.-M.. ... 'Ut.rluct Way" with Gary Grant and 7,41-Te Tell Truth Court ef Sea lllll! Pelmer
C....... I. II:00-lltIO-Orteee Bawl' Pereeti. I II 1 IO.,4J-T.: Betsy Drake. (1952)
..emeu* el Reiei f.r.Je. ; It4l.4-41-Sneer lewl; 4:41.7:41-Reie ..wI! 9:30 (') U. N. SPECIAL I:00-./I've A Secret tO Irtttel v.,.,e te U ... Herrke
Clwwwl 13. 10:10-11,30-Certee 'owl! Ptreeel. IhlO.IMS-Tenr. "Carol for Christ lull-I've A Secret Court I...... ef let The oil! Movie
..."' .... .f Kent Parade.' ',...;'wl Ili4i, .I:tST.er.am.a.f" Roses Ptreeet Another 1:'.-A ey Griffith tO Bristol, N. Time for TSe l<, Movie
I:4S.I:00-CeHee Bowl Some mas. S,46-Aedy. Griffith. Court Se rj....i The In Movie
10 p.m. (IS) CDS REPORTS
"Years of Crisis" Seven CBS t:00-Tfce Monday. Andy. Willlemt Wendy. end. Me The lest Skew,
WDIO-TY WPLA.TV WFTV-TIf WTVT-Tr News Correspondent stationed fill, ... Night' Movie Skew Wendy. end. Mt The LII" Skew
ClMMeU e..... I Cowl e........ II around the world Join In afr. fJO, "The fall Andy Willltmt U. N S r .1 Meny 'Happy
CM NBC Ale CM ..-wh.oung discussion of the 9:45Way" Show' "Cen! for Reforms
0...... Te'e' Oik**. '.... events of 1M4 and offer a
10,00- Cary Great Alfred Hi..h.< Another CIS. Report
-prognosis for 1965 durlnc CBS :1011.- Betsy Drake cock Hour CIIf''."" .." .Y.... el
MORNING NEWS' 15th annual year-end I I IO,3Db. Tuttle Alfred. HitchU.. N. Specie, ) CrI.I," .
broadcast. ,I0:4e I -Meniy. Movie each How U. N. Seeelel CIS Report ..
710o-A'IIIaII.' Today Show "A.M..W..U .- 11:25 (O MOVIE "The paleFace .
":,.- Today Show News ," starring Bob Hope and 11:00 I -Ntwt Newt Set Wit Ntwtltue News s,....
130-. Moslem Today. Show MieU. Evens "A.M." Jane Russell. (INS) :I Hilt I -$'..... Vv"...., TenltH Skew, Ilerlel W.her W.,...". f erlel
,:41-Howt. W flew. Today. Show I IhlO' -TS.trre ef Tonight Skew Late Skew CkeBlemMsIlt4l >
"A.M. 11:30 :
(9) MOVIE "Lady In a
... the Stars tonight> Skew Itte Skew Wretill< .
'Iot-Capt.r. Today. Show "Micki Eva.. C.Nels Jam," starring Ralph Bellamy

Br16Koogarms Today. Show Midi. h.os IC...,.... and Irene Dunn.
8:30-Ceptelle. Today. Skew Carteeavills C.ptaln
.:4.-. Koogaree Today. Show. C..III. Kangaroo

t:00-Remeef Te.../i Movie Exercise Ue Mile TUESDAY '
t:,IS- Room School' Terfty'i Movie C.,....vlle! Douglas Skew 9 a.m. (J)MOVIE ''M,Friend Tuesday Night
':10-11....., T....,'. Movie, (IS.. Note The Mike Flicks" with Roddy McDowell,
4,46- Room School. T....,'. Movie Below De.elt' Skew Preston Foster In a story of a

1000-CISNewt Tee-.y'i. Movie c.m. The Mike bo)"'. love for an outlaw 1I0r... 4:00-Newt Newt. Sports Aa.C: New *.,.. Newt
I Oil'I-CIS Newt T....,'. Movie Certeenvllle Douglas Skew, (IMS) 4:1 I 1-Seerrt, WtKer Weetkw Neon Weather. Sports, WrkeeI
10:10-4 Love Lucy Wket't This $...*., lurk I Low Lacy 1 p.m. (8)) MOVIE "Separate .10-CIS Newt NIC Newt Ao.....t CIS New
10:41-1 Love Lacy Seeef Steeey lurk I Love Lacy Tables," starring Burt Lancaster 4,41-CIS Newt NBC Newt Aeneeeett CIS New

I HiOO-..Wyef Concentration Sfeney lathe Andy .' Rita Hayworth David 7iOO-CIS Reports Award Theatre AeeeeevttMl Andy Ofl"ti.k
11IOMe harry Concentration Sterny lurk MeyberrwIdJO Nlven and Deborah Kerr.(195I -CIS: It....... "Steerete A .el .
: :-Tfce McCevt Jeeetrjy Prlct le Right. Ue McCeyt 1:30: (13) (6) THE REDSKEL- -CIS Reports Ttklet' Cemfc.U. Th. Monsters
...:4I-T.. "'eC... Jeopardy. Price I. Right The MeCeyt TON HOUR with Red' special 7i4t-CIS ReeeHt. David, Niece Cemk-etl, n. Munetwo
.y 1'I..tI. the MoOotre Sisters.
10 p.m. (I)PROJECTION 'C8, I:00-The Joey o.l .,.IICo"! CemkeM. Th. Joey
NBC News' annual forecast of $ill Bishop" Skew Sod Leetetter Cenketl' lltkee Skew
For Titles of
Movies See
Morning Highlight of he Day world events with iJO::fte4 Skeltee Rite Heywerth McM.lt Navy Reel lltltenIt4l
I Frank Me- -....) S....,... Award n..... McHele't Navy Rod. Ikeltee
Gee, moderator.
AFTERNOONs 11125 (I) MOVIE "Ambush" 9:00-Rod' Sh.It.. Survival, The T,.... Red Ihl..
s starring Robert Taylor and Arlene ','1-.4 Sui.. Survival, The Tysese Rod. SkeMge9,30Potfia..t
:00-leve ef life Say Who. Deene Reed. Ntwt Weather
II'I-Lo..f' life Soy Whore Domes Roof Perm. S,.. Mkt Dahl. (1950) TWTWTW Payt.s Place P.Mieoat
11)30 (IS) MOVIE "Dangerous 9.45donative. TW1'WTW No. I Jeecfioa
IIilO-Srch fer Tmrw Troth r Father Srtk for Tmrw12:40Guidieq

Light. Consequences Knows...leit Guiding Light Eat/).," with Louis' Jour 1O:00-n. D...... i Pro'.61' The Fsgilive N.64. CIty
dan and Belinda Lee. (195<) 10:16-. The Nunes ',.I..tI.. '15 The Fugitive Naked City
1 I:00--Girl Talk News. Sports, Hello Pee Love .f Life 11:30 (9)) MOVIE "My Man 1O.100Th. Doctors i Projection, .66 the fugitive N..... City
''I-Clrf' talk Weather. ...
Pl. .
Low .1 Life Godfrey Carol Lombard The N.... '46 rho Naked.
,I.0-World. Turns let' Make N.wsiieo World Torus.I starring 10:46.- Proi.ati.a! Fegifive CIty

I h..Werl" Toros A Deal N.wsliee World T._ and William Powell. 11,00-Newt Newt, Set Wit Newtlwe Newt, pork

2:00-P.word. DeI I. Cliffs Fl.I. Password. 1 Illll: :: -Se rrt, W tk.r Tonight Skew E'1..i.l. W....., iWtker.I I'UrielIhlO -
Tkttrre ef Teel k' Skew lete Skew Twenty.
I'I-P."w.' Dow. Gillis .6 Wied Pasw.rd. c1rERACr:rrs
I 1.46eh.. $tan TeeleM Skew Lee Skew Mani.ALTHOUGH .
1lo-H., .... Party The Doctors Day ,In Court House Party NSw YORK .f'rPf1 A
2:41--N.e. Party _The Doctors Delp I. Court How. per" wldw"id.te for director
STREET: demonstrations -
DemonatraUon forced the
1,00-T. Toll Truth Anther World! C.I T. Tell Trask1.11To of literacy program in many which ha often ,
Toll Troth Anther Wald! Hospital To In" Truth countries has been announcedby Negro leadership skilled' In
1,1000..f. Night Y.. Dent Say The Teams Edge .f Night. the Committee on World led to violence-are not ruled accommodating and adjusting,
1:41-U..f Night. Y. Dent Say Marrieds; 1410 .f Night. Literacy and Christian Utera- out for the future there I* a to either take a bark test or
tun 'Ut-Uf of the National general de-emphasis of this become agireetlve, Bine list
4:00-Seenf Stores Match ,..... Trailmasfer Soeret Storm mean of pointing up the support of the white
of PCI'.rttrueturl
4'l-Secret, Storm Match Gamo. T..n......, Secret Store Council Churches probn.
4IO-Uee'' W.lt' Lee" ,It T..i'...... S.,_." About 30 literacy director of These demonstration hat been. the UM of
4:41Advoeteres. T. I....., T.i''....., S"...,.... church-tporuored programs will mere death for Negro leaden
extremely Important In the part "The new and lead-
------ y meet in KU.'f. Zambia next younger
:00-11. Non Ti.. U.,,, S..hwdS... Hote June for the seminar to share however because they forced erahlp operate on the awump-
.:,.... Below' noose Show. Se.I.... 5.1.w1. their experience, study new des t change of strategy In the ".. lion that the rights should be
':Io-Le... ,It n. Lloyd. S,.,... Wthty N..I, Weather work and Bra leadership" says Dr Til afforded/ all rttlwru and should
:41- T. leave, '".... Show N..... Iditefal, loIit".1. Extra draw vtfepmenU up plan in literacy for expandingthe man C. Cothran, chairman of not be parceled out In small

work. sociology at Atlanta Vnlvereliy, MUHospital :'

CheMel '. 6:00.6:30-Moed.y.. Mee.llt fterlllt) TueWey. Weee) HIM
WeeeVeckert W.W.. eey, Yee! Lon ThenWey. Hvckltherr, He W,;, NEW YORK UPI- The Medical, Surgical
Frieey Uncle VVelft' AdveeterttCheMMl National Council (f Churches
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1 a.m. (8) MOVIE "Toborthe 7:00-Grower. Barely Th. Red Ryder
t.OO-I4wt News, Sports, AIC Novel" Full, News Great," with Charles Drake 7,11-- Almanac Clow N... Red Ryder
on *--Jpert,, Wtket Weather newt. Weather Sports Wtkr and Karin Booth. (1954) 7:30-a.puty Dewg Barney Tilt RFD Mid.. Red Ryder,
':JO-CIS Newt NIC Newt Haw CM CIS Newt 7:30 (8) THE VIRGINIAN 1,45-0..1 Dawn Clown Florida; Red Ryder
Ml: -CIS News NBC News Will' Travel !! News ._ __
__ When a landslide trap Judge .
1:00-Milter Mayer lNty Tli* Raman *f Supermen
7Oo-Th., Lucy Show Death Valley Cheyenne T. T.II Truth Garth' herd In the mountains, 1:1: |-Miiter Mayor Clown the Jungle Svperme
7111-Th. Lucy Show Death Valley Ch.y.. T. Tell Truth rancher Juntas Antlow sees his 1:10: Muter Mayer. Barney the Planet Patrol, Welly Gator
7,10Ed The Virginian' Cheyenne Mister, Ed7141Mr. chance to avenge an old grudge 1:41-Mliter Mayor. Claw Planet Patrol Wally G..*r
Ed _. _Th. Virginian' Cheyenne _Mister Ed_ again Garth. Tom Tully 1* -- --. --------- -
guest star. ':00-Alvln Skew Circus ly Major Mercury Alvin l Show
Oo-My: Living. Dell The Virginian Th. Petty My Living. Doll 0 p.m. ((8) MOVIE "Elephant II-AI.I.! Skew Circus lay Mir Mercury Alvin Skew1:30Tennessee
Dell Th. VI.I.' Duke Show My Living. Doll
I'-My: Living Walk Elizabeth Taylor Hector Mr| Mercury. T."".....
.Io-Th.. .overly. Th. Virginian Shindig' Th. {overly. starring '::4J- Tune**. Heetkceto Mir. Mercury Tuxedo
:41- Hillbillies Th. Virginian' Shindig Hillbillies Dana Andrew and Peter
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Finch. A beautiful English girl, 10:00-Quick; Draw Underdog ShenanigansOoicl Draw
0:00-Tb.; Dick V.. W.d..sd.y M. i'fuo J. Von living with her arrogant, overbearing 10,11MeGre. Underdog Shenanigans! McGraw

0:11-:: Dyke Show ir.hh: Movies. Mickey Dyko Show0:30The husband on his tea plan 'IO-10-Miohfy Mouse Fireball XL-I Annie Okly Mighty M.*,..
Car. Wile Burke's Low Th. Car. Wil.1:41t tation In Ceylon, turn to the I0.4S: -Miqkty Maw Fireball. XL-I Annie! Oekly MightMy.g
: 11am. Show Walk"' Burks1L.w I liams....S'OOoTh. a
plantation' American foreman
11,00Th., Dennis Tilt CasperLines The
: Denny 1l'lb.lh Taylor Burk'. Low Th. Danny for affection.: 11111- Lionhearted Menace Cartoons LI."k....**
WAS- K.y. Show Andrewse. lo. .'. Law K,,. Skew 10 p.m. (13) (6) THE DANNY lliJO-Tk. Jetteni Fury Bonny A Cecil The Jttint
10lo-Th. Danny W........., ABC. Scope The Denny KAYE SHOW with guest stars 11,41-Tk* Jotteni Fury local t Cecil The Jttimt
10:41K.y.: : Show. Night M..I. .ABC. Scope Kay. Show Buddy Ebsen and Pat Carroll.

I i I:00-Nows: -- News- SO. WI N..il -.- News-; Spent.III1Sports 11:29 (0 MOVIE "Any Num- AFTERNOON

/ W'fker Tonight Show E't..I, W'tb.r W.h... E'I.I ber Can Play,* tarring Clark 1210Cl-Sky King Mask and Bugs Bunny Sky King
Cable Alexis Smith Wendell
11,30-Th..t. of Tonight Show Let. Show Wednesday IIII-Sky King Moyer trues Bunny Sky King
11,41-, the Stan Tonight Show L.,. Show Night Movie. Corey and Audrey Totter.((1849)) 11lo-M" Friend Florida Happily My Friend
11:30 (9) MOVIE "The Iron 11,41- Flicks Gerdenland Hopper Flisko
Glove starring Robert Stack -
Thursday' NIGHT Dec. 31 and Ursula Thelss. ,00-1 1 Lav. Lucy Early' Movie. Championship College
11:30 (13) MOVIE "No Sad It 11-I Lava Lucy ".,1.10... Wrestling Kaleidoscope'
4:00-Newt News Sports AIC Newt Polio' Newt Song For Me," starring Margaret I:,)0-CIS News Yun." Championship; CIS N.w
till' -Sportt, W fh.r Weather Howe Weather Sporti, W'tkor Sullavan Wendell Corey 1,41-C15 News Tyrone fewer Wrestling CIS News
*i30-CIS Newt NBC Newt let Meiteno CBS Newt
and Vlveca Llndfor .
: IOo-A..n. Linda D..II Qatar Bowl Sumld. .
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(1(50)) 21.1-. Theatre Early Movie. fSU n. Surf.lde 6
7:00-Hunttnfl Car 14 Glen Peeves. Maverick IJo-A..r. Early Movie. Oklahoma' Sur/side 4
Till- end Flaking Car 14 Glenn Reeves Maverick 'THURSDAY 1145- Theatre Early Movie. Cater Bowl' 5II..id. .
7JO-Tk. Muniten Daniel lon The fll.h..... Maverick !
-Tke Monsters Daniel Boone Th. Fllntiten.i MovoAck1:00Perry 9 a.m. (I) MOVIE "Bull- JOo-A""tur. h. Masterson Cater Bowl Championship.
2:11-: Theatre h. Masterson Cater Bowl Bowling
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Mason. ;; Daniel Boo.. The D-; Perry M.--; fighters with Laurel & Hardy 3:30-Adventure. Hi-Tune Gate fowl, Championship;

1:111-lorry Masan. Daniel' '..n. Reed Show Perry Mason (1945)) 1141- Theatre HI-Th" Qatar Bowl Bowling
Io-ry: Mason. Or. Kildare My Three Sons Perry Meson T p.m. (13) MAVERICK In Golf T
4:0O-CI5 HI.TiIll. Cater Bowl CBS Golf
l:41-Porry, Meson Dr. Kildare' My Three Sons Parry Mason "The Maverick Report" star
4:11- Classlo H'.TI"' Cater Bowl Classic
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I-"w.r"I D,. Kildare Bewitched Password tan Jo Morrow and Peter 4:41- Classic Shrine G''I. .G.'or Bowl Classic8:00Championship
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,41- ., Balboa Hazel N.. 2 of Balboa In a poker game only to findIt EastWestWide Worldneigh. ;
5:11Bowlim Shrine Game .f Sports
10:00-Th. Defenders Suspense Jimmy The Defenders being sued for libel by an 1:301's: The Law East-West Wide World I've A Secret

I Oil I-Th. Defenders Theatre Dean Show The D.'."..... Influential senator. .41-1.. The Law Shrine Game 0' Sports I've. A Secret
lOlo-Th. Defenders Suspense Jimmy. The D.'."..... S p.m. ((13)) PERRY MASONIn
JOr4I-Th. Defenders Theatre 0... Show The Defenders "The Case of the Ruinous NIGHT
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llilO Tkeatra ef Toni,kt Show Late Skew Thursday THEATRE "The Wine-Dark." Io-M..y Happy ait.Wait Jenny 00... 77 Swtet Strip
IMS- the Start ,..,.h. Show Ut. Show Night Movie with Roddy McDowall starringas '141- Returns Shrine 6m. Jenny Quoit 77 Siiniet Strip

a Skid Row intellectual who 7:0o-c..1! Fl,. ....';;."- -Ono Step- -"S.niet-;; Strip:

Frey NIGHT J 1 tries to prove that his dead 7tl I- Shows Shrine. Gem Beyond 77 S.niet Strip
gl1. wino friend was innocent of a 7,10-J.,11. Flipper Outer limit Jackie
..' murder charge. 7,41- 51..... flipper Outer limit election
4:00: -New. ROM Bowl ABC New Pulte New
till-Spertt. W th.r Michigan ... News Waatker Sport, Wtkar 11:25: (6)) MOVIE "Goodbye, :00-.l.1t Kentucky James Outer Limits Jackie
0.30-CBS New* Oreee Stt Tk* III Movie CIS News My Lady with Walter Brea- 111- el.eie Kentucky Janet Outer LlmlH Gloat
4:41: CIS Newt Rta Bowl "Knack a* CIS Newt nen, Phil Harris, Brandon de l)0-Gilligen't Mr. M.. ... Lawrence Welk Glllen'l
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7:00-L.: end of Rose Bowl Any Door" The Rifleman
711S.-: Wyatt tarp R... Bowl H. tog.rt Th. Riflemen (IttM) Oo-The* Saturday Niokt' Lawrence Welt, The
7110-1t..hl" Rose Iowa' Les J. Cobb. Rawhide 11:30: ((13) MOVIE "The till- Entertainers. at the Movies. Lawrence W.Ik cnt.rt.inen
7,41-1t..hl" Orange Bowl The Big Movie Rawhide Flame and the Arrow," starring Io-Th. "The Led Deb Star Bell Tko
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1,00-Rawhide; Onesgo; Bawl' The Big Movie Rawhide
.II-It..hlcl. Alabama., The Big" Movie Rawhide : Mayo. (1950) 10Oo-G..._.. Debra. Pefet Deb Star 111 GuntmeVe
"lo-nA .... Texas Add.m.. Family 011 ........., 11:30 ((9) MOVIE "Phantomof 10:11-Gunimeke Robert Taylor Dk Star Tall' GuMmeU
,4I-TlA Orange Bowl ...4....... Family. Tonight, the Opera" with Claude 10:10- "........ Stew. Granger Saturday Constitute.
--- Raines, Nelson Eddy and Susanns 10:41-Guntmeke Seturd.y Movie. Night Movie G.*Mik.
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0:00-TIA Otsego Bowl V.leatime, Day o. Broadway
II-TlA Orange pawl V.Ie'I.:s Day '..I.1ot Foster. |1110o-N.| Spt,Wtr New Spt Wtr "De.tr. Rides N..... Sports
0:30.Comer Pyle, Or.... Bowl. 110'Clock Gamer Pyletrill. I Mill-Tneetr* Critic Choice" Aaeln" Weather.
US"'C Orange Bowl High USMC10:00SLMory's FRIDAY (110.th.. ef "Th. Lusty M. Dietrich Saturday
: --" 11.41Glory" ....." James Stewart Nigh Movie.
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10,11- People Orange Bowl HIII People I a.m. (I) MOVIE "The Those program schedules are provided by the television, ttettamand
10110-SI.tt< 10,41- People Oraagn Bowl Daughter ,..,It Barbara Stanwyck and Barry them at pukll, service and it net reiponnkte' for program shampoo ...
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: :I:II 1-Sport.. W they Tool glt show E't.dal. W that Wher.. 'it.1:: I I 11 a.m. (I) ORANGE BOWL -
lillO-The. ., Toolght 5\.. Shush Theatre Stock Theatre PARADE from MlamL Martha Hyer. (19S4)
NEW YORK 'UP%) -81n
11141- the Stan Tonight Show Shock Theatre Shock Theatre 11:30: (I) TOURNAMENT 11:30: ((1)) SHOCK THEATRE Harry Belafonte will be the sole

--- OF ROSES PARADE from "Tb Bride of Frankenstein" suctt on Dinah Short' Feb. IS

I Saturday HktWwIits tators.and Pasadena Betty White Calif. Loren are commen Greene Second tarring feature Boris Kariotf."The Jungle(U3S) will special run on through songs ABC-TV.,P.carrying batch The of Uo out international -

11:41: (I) (13) TOURNAMENT Captive," starring Otto Kru- the program theme of the Peace.
... OF ROSES PARADE. ser aDd Jerome Cowan, (mi) Corp
1 pm. (CI) MOVIE -Brl- I p.m. (O AbCa WIDE 1:4J (II) (13) FOOTBALl.

Lam Young" starring Tyrone WORLD OF SPORTS Cotton Bowl game from Dallas -
Power and Linda Darnell In 1.30: (13) <'I. THE( JACKIE Arkansas meets Nebraska. .
the exciting and thrilling storyof GLEASON SHOW with special Magicians> can mystify dinct

the Mormons and Brigham guests Paul Cray, Johnny 1:43 (") FOOTBALL, Sugar will their trickery. We gas lake
Youn '. struggle to find a Morgan and Rich Little.
Bowl game from New Orleans tie wyttery *0 *f wave diamond
place to lettle. ((1MO I pm (I) MOVIE 1'be Last with LSU vs. Syracuse.

t p.m. (I) FOOTBALL Ca- Hunt," with Robert Taylor 4:41: (I) FOOTBALL. Rose !s pvrckeM.

wr Bowl game from Jacksonville and Stewart Granger, two Bowl game from Pasadena
Florida State University men who di Uk* each other Calif with Oregon State vs. Front To
vi Oklahoma. are partners la a ruthless hunt Michigan. Its Co ... 'cope

4 p.m. (IS) (m CBS COLT of the last great buffalo herds 1:30: (9) MOVIE -Knock MAny I m

CLASSIC. a team bent ball ia Dakota. Door." stming Humph CC$1.0 as n.

? match play elimination tournament 10.30:: (I) MOVIE "Destry ref Bogart and Lee J. Cobb. ,-1M
with a SU.OOO>> first prise. Rides Again with Marlene T:4S: (I) FOOTBALL Orange

Cary Middlvcotf Is Uw television Dietrich and James Stewart Bowl game from Miami with
analyst 11:10: (I) MOVIE "Paths of Texas vs. Alabama. Cityjcwclers

4:30 (I) FOOTBALL, East- Clury starring Kirk Douglas, II'23 (I) MOVIE 'LuckyMe
West Shrine Cane from San Ralph Meeker, Adolph Menjou with Doris Day Bob 48 Third Street, NW

Francisco Calif. and George NacReady, (11$1) Cummlnjcs Nancy Walker and E N. GRINER W'NT".lhnwPere