Winter Haven daily news-chief
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 Material Information
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: March 18, 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: UF00086748:00066
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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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White House Order

Kills Citrus Plans


I City To Survey LandSale Virgin Lose Bid Islands For

--: --- \ Of ParcelsContemplated Junior College Site Orange Groves

; Meetina Is ThursdayThe -A deal for the

1 least of 1,750 of land for
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citrus planting and the establishment
To Raise FundsWinter P 0 I lit County School the board asked Dr Wattcnbar- of a concentrate plant
Board will meet with Dr. get, and any other member In the Virgin Islands which
James Wattenbarger, chairmen of the site committee who maybe could bavt cost Florida grower !
(Haven will make a of the Polk County Junior able to be preeent to attend a minimum of $20 million
survey ot all city-owned' land College Site Committee, tomorrow the meeting so that quei- a year became a dead issue today
with the intention of selling afternoon at a o'clock In (lone may be asked concerning when the White House ordered
parcels for which there li no Bartow the committee' decision the proposal abandoned.
+di need to raise money for capital The meeting la open to the Objecting to the choice of Bob Rutledge executive vice
l improvomeuti instead! of railing public and representatives of Winter Haven for the permanent president of Florida Citrus Mutuil .
taxes for that purpose. various communities that have site were Wendell Watson, got the official word from
1 .ie city commission orderedthe offered permanent sites for the Mrs Dora Cox Phllllpi and E. Senator Speuard Holland and
survey on recommendationof junior college will be given a C (Gene) Head Watson and George A. Smathera practically
Mayor Richard Dantikr at chance to question Dr. Waltonbarger Mri Phllllpa, of Lakeland, had simultaneously, lust prior to the
the lame time IUve, la ought the ejection of a sits opening of an Important meeting .
made of all public buildings A large delegation Ig,expect near Eaton Park and (Head la of Mutual'a Advisory Committee *
which has been ordered by City ed to attend from Winter Haven barking the Barlow Air B.... and board of director: .
FIRST OFFSET PAPER-The first copy of the Daily Rvnerton, Jack Rynerion, assistant to the pU lllntr, Manager C. C Ryan The Winter Havn Golf The alta committee turned both Mutual first brought this dealto
I News-Chief printed by the new offset prooeii it (lookedover I I Charlie Gothorn, general manager and W E. Rynerion, The commission also author Cturt was picked l by the site down. the attention of the Industry

by, from left, Jack Cahill pr... foremen, Mrs. W. E. odfror-pubHsher, lied Ryan to buy nine city Vehicles Convey team aa the only ane The Lakeland Chamber of some a week barrage ago of and telegrams spearheaded to-
suitable alter aa Inspection of Commerce Junior College Advisory
coating a total of USUS ,- the Pmldent who baa the final
.Jl IOOO'I.llun fire III available locations Committee has bitterly
a pump
action of the
lay 10 en
Legionnaires 62 Candidates er at a COlt of MW8 62, adopted Three members of the school attacked the ilta team. County Virgin hlanda any Corp, a tlJGovernment .
Qualify bond hive questioned the
four ordinance on second
(Continued' on Page t, Col I) subsidiary controlling
reading, formally liked the choice and aa a consequence_. American holdings In teat
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slate to ban commercial fish- area

Celebrate log in local likes. and approved It developed during aa Investigation
For Polk County Offices postponed action on re-. 10 New Members ElectedTo Into the ao-c ailed
toning of a lot Immediately behind lean of the l.TSO' acres that the
the Mather Furniture principal Intended to import
45th Birthday Sixty two candidate have S: Aldine Combs Bob C. Sheriff .Ramp Rogers Mon. Store on Sixth SL CofC Directors Board Into the Virgin Islands orange
qualified for local office for Jonei. roe Branncn H. P (Pat) Cor- Ryan said he had lilted grown In Panama and possibly
the upcoming primary election Board of Public Instruction don, Roy G Riley, Clifton L. Howard Stelnle, city building other countries In Central and
Members of Winter Haven's in Polk County. District I Seth McKeel Dora (HowcU. Inspector to make a aurvty ofall Ballots were counted yasterd Association, and C. (0 (Pete) South America, adding Virgin
Frleraon-Nlchols Legion Post Only three office holder In Cox Philllpa. Judge Criminal Court: Roy municipal buildings, many v in the election for 10 new Spencer, vice president of VII islands Produced oranges In
observed the 45th! anniversaryof the local area are unopposed. Board of Publlt Jnjtmtion) H. All dOG. of which he laid ".. do- mrrabwa of the Beard of Gov la Lumber Co making a concentrate the
the national Legion by holdIng .Juvenile. tfSuVt Judge G. bow- District It W. Ralph\' Durranter..JwJge of, JuvenileOWl': G. plorelplfpadttwo.weE. C Ifs Winter Haven., ,The new nemhen will take ihlpplng ft 4nto tw eentloti.ua .
and '
their traditions Father don Hunt Criminal Court Judge Board of Public Instruction Bowden Hunt >, iDiatrfct his no! one directly 'Fie.charge CFaifad tJf Commit '()tn.. at $Ife reOiTa Board .oOoverrrjrl United State without tarlffa or
Son buffet dinner at the teflon Roy Amidon and County Judge 4: Austin\ T. Race R. Clerk of CriminalpiujtH: ot buildings, Ryan said Stable to wrre tw year meeting April. and duties ii a Virgin lalanda product .
Richard A. Bronson unopposed L. lersM went W IX (Btil n) Ry- will be officially Installed a*
The supper was held at 6:30 are Brimbaugh J. (Bob/ ) Haslett, John Brown will draw up a complete file on
and the Informal get-to Superintendent of Public In Clerk of Circuit Court: W. all buitdinga and make recommendation new*. pubBihi. of the DillNewsChief / the annual Inatallatlon banquet The Virgin/ islands Corp. or
p.m. BUI Read for the William A Berry, April 21. (
thepoat' qualified ; Shelley S. Boone DM finally wee to approve the
fallowed !
gether. regular was weekly business by office of Superintendent of Pub Reedtraction (Continued on Page f. Col. U Uantskr asked for the properly owner of Berry BtiMera !Sup- There are M members of the leaae last week, but postponed
session conducted by Commander lic Instructed, opposing Incumbent pointing out that :.ph Co., Maflow Z D aier. ows.r Board of .overnori and 10 are (the action until yesterday and
Shelley Boone. survey .I' of Baa. Break )Me.*l. W. elected. each year to serve two again until tomorrow However
H. R. SummervUle.Elmo the leases over M
city owns or
Hood, put local, area Candidates qualifying are: Three Day Sales ClinicWillBeConductedlere parcels. mott of them obtained .L Whiles. manager of Belk year terms Rutledge laid, he and other
and elate department commander County Commissioner District tax forettoiure and I Uaj4.ey: Jr Oeorge addressed the meetingon 1: Francis L. Popkin through ]M I D Ob.>h Hicks, manager of least six tripe to Washington to
the founding of American Floyd Woods, J. H. (Bill) Keg- many of no apparent use to the ,re*.hton Drug Co ; Carl. Lucius'' 3 In confer with high level officials
which could be sold when !
Legion in 1919 and emphasised ley, Gerge R Burt. city prealdvnt" ef the Lake Region TrainingAt and Herman Steele his ..11.-
the four cardinal objectives of County Commissioner District munry .it needed for other purI I j Bank of Co.",...... Willard tint, laid "We made several
the Legion when organised: S: Joseph F. Sedmerd, L. W. poses Frederick| part owner of Kred hundred personal contacts with
first, for national security; ae- Dunson, James J. Muiso Winter Haven cash become a Ryan reported low bide 00.prick' Hen's "(hop: A B Con.nor State Farm people In position to help"
cond, the promotion of youth County Commissioner District "courtesy consicious rommutity nit vehicles and was author- vice pro,ld nt-treaturrr& of Doth Senator Holland and
activities; third, rehabilitation the week of March 23 21 :' wed to purchase them. They j rivet Federal "ln" and loan Smathera were given "fullcredit"
of servicemen;and, fourth,pro- according to plant revealed to arc Police patrol car, Chevrolet 'Three young men from Polk for "preventing what
motion of true Americanism. day by the Chamber" of Com center. SUO.7. two half- county have been selected for actually could have been a
"These were the lofty principles Rogers Names coerce i'l ton pickup trucks llailcy Ford, management training poattlona 'ittal' of United Skates citrus
on which our organisation Highlighting the week' ac f.4IU' and f 1,810.09; truck I Misses Bus at the Regional CXHco of the marktti not only from Florida
was founded," said Hood, "and Two Managers tivitiee will be a three.day chassis and cab Central Supply Slate Farm Insurance Com/ but California and Texas," Rut-
they remain the high standards Sales Clinic to be conducted 11,633 truck; chaiila and panlaa, aceordlag to an ledge nld He also gave credit
toward which we continue to )temp Rogers, candidate for by Howard J Wisehaupt na 'cab, llaiky Ford I2,21T7; announcement today by Merrill to citrus offlclala of the latter
aspire aa three and a half Polk County Sheriff today tonally famous business ana, .... three four.door sedans for van- Steals Horse Grafton, regional vice presi states for muttering I protest
million Leglonnarlea work together. named two well known businessmen lyit, sales counselor and per .. .... DUI city departmenti, Ha Iky I d.nt.Th.. from those seas
are Jimee E. Olson and
SummervUle. gave abort but to manage his cam aonallty builder.Wlschaupt's r rti. \ ,..., ,. .\ Ford, ".040.72 A nation wig ALBEMARLE, N C (VMIt )- Gerald Reeves, both of Winter
I the mutant fire chief missed
paign. clinks have been on for all began when he
the Urea of Haven, and Lmmott Palmer of
Past moving Commander: eulogies on J. W. Calvinand C. W. (Dub) Palmore Jr, presented thro-ighotit the United ,,.. will be bought from Chevrolet his school bite, said a 12.yesr- Lakeland. CheerleadersVie
G. W. Hlntze, local member president of Lakeland Equipment States and have been sponsored (enter: for S2OIU' Two companies I old boy, hauled into Juvenile Dlion graduated from Winter
who died earlier this Company, Inc, of Lakeland by leading newspapers bid lower but their ve ,court Tuesday for stealing a Haven High la 1997 and from
month. baa been named county Chamber of Commerce and hicks did DOt meet the 1W- horse Florida lisle, University" in l 1101. I
During the evening,Summer- campaign manager. servke chiba During the past J. WMFHltTT Horsepower .pectllc I tlon. Afraid his father would pun- Although he jolted stile FIrm SundayFor
vllle presented the gator patch W. A. BUI( ) Wilson retired 35 years be has talked In more The fire apparatui, likewise, lab him If he wined aehool frl- la February. of If63, he hat JUII
and the national eommander'a businessman of the Combee than 700 cttlei\ in the US. was not the lowest bid, but Ryan ,day, the youth smashed a windowpane been aaalgned" aa a management
appreciation card to PaitCom- section of Lakeland Wit named Canada Cuba Europe and the U. S. Warning recommended the purchase climbed Into a bin, trainee In the fire Company.
treasurer. from Seagrav Corp for IMa ,- saddled a horse and rode him Ravel received his degree U. S. Crown
1. Col. 5)) (Continued on Page ''f, Col. 2))
(Continued on Page ... u because this torn makes to clan from Florida Southern College,
ILl own equipment and after On his return the boy said doing come of his undergraduate Final I II the Mlae CheerUeder -
Sent lo Reds talks with fire underwriter and he tied the horse In a a oldbars work at the Uaiveralty USA contest will be held at
certain the animal wouldbe of Florida. Kit ,
Winter Haven Chief Abocr Lewla management 2. p. Sunday at Cypreaa
t Yrqr MOSCOW (UPI) The UnK- convinced this wee found by its owner He mad training aialgnmtnl' I II la the Gardens with cheerleaders (in
ed States warned the Soviet Un. Ryaa was attempt to keep the bridle Central Florida division of the
N no I I uniform from throughout Central
the beat buy American Fire
Ion tads that .unfciii It Immed horse
laddte or blanket on the Automobile Company.
FUirlda and the Tampa
lately retests three U Air Apparatus Co. bad bid I24.2MScagravea whoso
Mt The teirful youth, Another Florida authors .,
Bay -1 serving aa rootera.
Force offit'lnho... plant promised deliverym name waa withheld because of graduate la Palmer, who has t
t was bot down U) East: Germany 120 4.,.. The equipment .la hii age apologised, to the ownerof been assigned' ro the touih The contestants are achedsled
M being bought. .In conjunction I 1 to<< arrive Friday, all hut
last week It will the hors and got a lecture Florida Auiomofclle dirt sloo for
teopaMiz the future of Sov I with the construction of Fire :from Judge Joe II Lowder tv underwriting. training, 'DM by plane. some via Tampa-

..-i AmerifM relatawi Continued on Page f. Col 3)) I lying to his parents rke three will stand .pproa- (Continued en Page 7, Cal I)
The waraeac was romtoined In .. --- -- Continued on Page 1. Col. I)
a prjtrrt note Ux latest In' a '
aerieof pretests the United
Etati has made store the unarmed Kelly Names
REW4 reanllal..1WtI I
plan was abet dews laIC T.... ill ,
day 44 mile ....... Communist d
Ea t Oermany 2 Local Men

The Soviets have charged
that the plane was an a ".....- g.oator !Moil I.DoI Lakeland .
tar /'wonnatosaawe. salutes. caa daie nor governor
The United Staten says K teas nosed Pete spencer end
x* 'tytii: screw HM border wMtoon Ttllnuia WMtttMaul ro-chalr-
a rawing fligM' in West men vt his. Winter. Haven
4ormanr campaign a4 The three crewmen aboardthe U JIM pr'ld< clane paractated to ...IetJ.Oat VIHa Lawster Co., a ants
are II wu
Jyee director
>f them broke an era and
ItMa. U tool more: cir I > ieWMMwad
n lex and is Daj a Seats sail l&fy
I II a pro. , hcfpitat tsj the lead 0 ra asi ,MiNde1'raew aM> '.-
rv 'A Ma........ The whereHaeuta ....,.
of the a4twr two la
not ( two wtU "
!Marie. wtak awe*
kiwwa. I be Jo* 8 tn*>*, tees I K..lerMrs.
The Sorletf" pensHM a UJ Belie DuUela '
A.t: Force dorter to vMI the bved (De r PaMtai, DaveCUtw th .,
.,...... 1st U Harold I and several efker. Ion l people
W W iekH of CMreat. on Theee people will .t.4or' dte
Monday n4K .hot re.,.e.4 O- ,IItIlCllI .la WleMr. Have*fr'mtkcal .... -
ELKS EXALTED RULER-TV 1oc.1| Efts CU played hot .. Ceased Excited Rwf.e. donor r...e.l a* take Wild I If hesAMter* I' M nil rIO :
Ronald J. Dune,, e.eoed from l left, last afthi at pct ..I l Elk Club>>, From left Terry Maiem. >trk lo West aVHta wtth kaaa I .. f *. where eeveral o* LEARN INSURANCE: State Farm Heft* al) Vice Presided.. M."., vrerfOA la sic wee f
( date president OUJM 14 M.,..rdt. ...I..cI swiss a... O".1d.. pest trl..ct The sour. caps JoM M.av i ion gaejaaatoMl a>enag< have atreavty .b. ..re"l "m>'M three new m...'.....'" he.weei from folk, County, Frees left. Jamea '
...lted ntfer and WiQum X WaB. p.tt greed ..,It.d rvUr (Coalkns.d Page t. Cot l) I ht.. ..... Dices. Cwefton, sWett Palm .-Gerald Reeves, '


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The Citrus Scene Funeral Read To Run

I John P. Davis, T4, of Iff EM: '
School Post
By MCKOURMRTFtorita : Central Ave., who 4M. y ester

Cola Beywter day morning at Us ruidastts,
will be held) tomorrow moratot
BIG BLOOM! BIG CROP? will at U o'clock' at the Grisi Boone
top mMagetMuttrytogto 38B8 ,000 peon on the com- Against,
Funeral Chapel with the Rev;
TWi writer hear a lot of figure out the mlssnmaa Ud paraM* dt a year .... R. D. Hodges, pastor of Ceo
maximum of the IM4-M
-or But her Is a coincidence'
talk about the "mow bloom"which
Ira Baptist Church, officiate; Bill Read principal
next .IOII'--orop. T k e a e Through Mare 7 toe state w. W. ( )
the state
prevalent. over Burial will follow in Lakeside School and
people, like conoeotretM had packed (4,031,000 'of the Winston
and from the coffee -
predictions, -
plants have to Memorial Park formerly supervising principal
figure ahead
pikes aid had an cmhanaconcentrators'
klatch in downtown drug store, .
Friends caD this eve and Frostproof
and plan. may of Kathleen
(In hands) of 24
!be bal a we hundred.relOiDItohave"may-million boxes next Like the late John RtoftUtg 780,000 gallon On the sam Din, from 6-9 at the Orb'schools, today announced his
MMO." of drew fame told me onetime date last year concentrators ChapeL candidacy for election as superintendent -

Then I !hear some Mrddogs "the end of one seasonis had packed 38,284,00 gallons, of Pol k County W. W. READ
and speculators hate been tell- but the beginning of the moved 25,580,000 gallons and Schools.
only school in central
Inc growers they should cell next." had on-hand Inventory of 44, Death Hs will run against Superintendent Florid.
Area This award is based
the In the on achieve
"Buying on bloom" Is a 449,000 gallons all Shelley Boone
"on the bloom" and right now -- these
'before the fruit actually lets risky business for both the figures according to the Florida Democratic primary In May ment of high classroom stand
and there Is a better Idea of buyer and the grower, but some Canners Association to which j'.1w"'I.' "'\' ;"'"" Lee D. Ralston, 70, of BIS Boone Is seeking reelection to sods of Americanism and frc*.
''IJ''i' .
the crop--which they predict of It Is going on today--some aU processors In the state report .'.': .,.' "'.\..; Spring Lake Court, died this a second four-year term. dom.
will be "heavier than we can of It on the basis of 60 to 65 their vital statistics every ,( .,../:..:.. morning at his residence.A A teacher and principal in Read Is a Mason, vice pretl-
handle comfortably." cents per pound solids-solids week. ,.: ,:Ri, ,..i.'..".. .. native of Massllon, Ohio, Polk County Schools for the dent of the Lakeland Shrine
Admitted there Is a bitromttlc meaning soluble sugars In the So, It can be seen on paper, ; ,.<. be has divided his time between pant IS years, Read said he decided Club part president of Frost
bloom..a mow bloom Juice--in contrast with an aver* that by today t the concentrators' Barberton, Ohio and Winter to run for the office "be proof Rotary Club past direc
in many Instance and admittedly are per pounds solids price for "on hand" Inventory I I. under 'BRECK GlftL' PORTRAIT-Thi, U one of four jp.itl Haven for the past four years cause of the pressing need for tor of Mulberry Kiwanis Club,
we could han a bit concentrates oranges through the tea ion'*pack to date,meanIng portrait on display! starting tomorrow at Publix In Southeast He was a retired foreman of the better quality Instruction In deacon in the First Preibyter-
crop on the theory: "big bloom, March 7 of 84.7 cents--and a we are cutting Into the current Plaza It I I. Ann Megennii, employe of a Boston travel machine shop for Ohio Brsss county schools, especially in Ian Church In Lakeland, put
'big crop..' to-dat (March 7) average last production and have agency, who was the model! for the artist in painting one Co. of Barberton. lower grades" Many High president of the Phosphate
But taking a song title from 44 year 1/3 of slightly better than eliminated the carry-over from of the many portraits; which have been used to oVrti! Ralston was a member of the School dropouts, Read it'd' are District Boy Scouts and bolds
a Broadway musical, "Porgie cent per pound. last year. Breck product. United Brethren Church of Bar- caused by failure as a lower two Future Farmers of Amer.
.." You can !hear people talking berton member of F. A A. M. ica honorary
mod B. "'alnt NecessarilySo. Another Interesting fact Is a grade pupil to learn to read degree
." about 100 million boxes for next that for the season through At Publlx No. 100 National Lodge of Barberton, and communicate effectively. He reside at 123 W. Belve.
Over the years there have year simply because of the hug March 7, the concentratorswere and a member of the Elks Lodge Read claimed that "while much dere, Lakeland, with hit wife
teen snow blooms which have bloom but when all the facts getting a yield of 1.8181 there. has been said and written about Dorothy, a daughter, Dorothy
\z !fully turned out shorter are""'alnt mustered repeat. gallons of concentrate to the Famous Portraits On Display He Is survived by his widow, this problem In the put few Louise a student at Palm
crops !than the previous year's Necessarily standard box equivalent of 90 Mrs. Marjorie K. Ralston of little has been done." Beach Junior College, and a
So ,
most of t the years
J'B' less-than-normal bloom. ing to people try. pounds of oranges, In ..harpeonlra.t Pubtix Supermarket No. 100 Winter Haven and Barberton; Born in Iowa 46 years ago, son, William W. Jr. a sophomore -
Fact of the matter Is, mosttrees plan for the 198483 to the .9332 gallonsof in Winter Haven's Southeast grandmother and great-grandmother two sisters, Mra.Goldie Malbl. 34 at Lakeland Senior
moved to Plant City High
J J have too much bloom season are working In a last year.MAKING Pin will offer its customers of Phoenix, Arts., and Mrs Read School.
rang of a potential 80 to 88 Ann Msgennls discovered Hazel years ago and baa lived In the
H the trees could not support that of by Hayes Plantation,Fla.;
medal showing original
| ranch fruit and Mother Nature, million boxes, with more on a Williams In a Boston travel and one brother, George A. Polk County area since then.
InsUier wondrous way, will level the low side of 85 million and pastel portraits selected from a. agency, Is a typical American Ralston of Barberton. He enliited in the Navy at the
leaning toward 80 million BEST USE OF TV series of paintings that has become dart of World War II and served
:.pets.; situation career girl In her early ZO'i. Funeral services will be held AAA AdvisesOn
But like thethestreprograms world-famous, starting Clnl 38 months, ending as a lieutenant .
I Experts: tell m., "If we bold Right at the time Florida Guild, whole pamtlng In Barberton under the direction
1 a.ttilrd of the bloom that Is say "this program Is subjectto Valencia oranges are on the Thursday.The wen. spearheaded the current "Who of the Paul L. MlUs Funeral Junior grade in recruit JFK Visit
'. revision or alteration without portraits are of the Ii The Home training.He .
Girl Ott-Laughlln Funeral
Q OS' the trees today we will be nations Jack In the Breck Port
markets Bailey's
B nolle." known "Breck Clrli" whose trait" Horn was In charge of local received his bachelor of
blk-aDe have a good crop. "Queen For a Day"chow,which campaign, is a young
The general rain of Monday pictures have been reproducedover housewife arrangement science from the University of WASinNGTON
Now, this may be news to was taped her lust week during and mother from (UPI) The
night were extremely helpful to I a billion times In national and matter's from the American
New Tampa a Automobile
'OII--but cutting In on one of the the Florida Citrus Exposition, Hampshire Cheryl Bates Associa
the trees now In bloom--and magazines during the pad two is of Education New tion
discussions among the coffee Is this week plugging that a typical 'teen-ager from College warns tourists planning an
crowd "citrus expert*" this will hive a tendency to set the variety nitlon-wlde over the I dades. Lynn Mass. NAACP Leader York University He has had Easier weekend visit to President .
bloom. will be
morning, I beard one of the ABC network. Four original paintings Each of the portraits on ex graduate work from Florida John F. Kennedy's gravest
f participants bemoan the fact Incidentally, according to the Station WFLA-TV (channel I on display durlnc the local hibit is valued at 1.500, and Pleads For Boys Southern College and the University Arlington National Cemetery
Citrus Cannen' ihowln". These will consist of
y that "we have no bees around weekly 9) In Orlando, which regularly are extremely delicate and of Florida. to expect a wait of two hours
(1, now and the bloom can't poss report of yesterday for the carries the Jack Bailey show, pastel portraits of Pal and Ann must be carefully protected He taught in community college or more.
''''''-da) period ending March Kllleen Ann Mmennls, Cheryl NAACP President Rutledg
ably set" because of the lack 7 frozen carried It last week In the against extremes in heat light Pearson appealed to Gov Farrii it Florida Southern Col- The AAA said Monday that
Juice concentrators Bates and Clnl Guild.
oltec-borne polllnatelon.i and humidity, leg for three and also
had used 402,000 boxes of regular time spot dally--It hada an Bryant Tuesday to spare the years on an average week day visl
These portrait, often
JBut--with 1M exception of one as The four taught two at Upper
crew her handling the technical paintings were summers ton: wait In line about
lives of two Negro teen-sgers 20 mln
oranges, making a total for the in the series of 169 that have
variety, the Orlando brought here has held
tangerine from Iowa University He
detail Springfield Sites and
for the taping. murder. on an .
season to March 7 of 18,830 of condemned to death for average weekend
been painted since 1936, are
citrus trees art selfpollinatingand But Aunt Susie CousinKatie Mass by the compan "'. display his present job as principal of
or to
000 boxes for an aggregate of your astuM, and children. ? Pearson wired Bryant that the up two hours or more.
bees are not needed This up the country are seeingthe women managers Harold Wright Winston Elementary S c h o ol "During Easter
24,031,000 Dan Wilkins weekend
gallon of end low mentality and at
pro- of the
O""l1y. the
fertllltlng of the bloom 1s taken duct shows this week over their who hid them In his personal since 1961. The school has won other special
In various Lee Williams such
paCDp.eand Charles Sheldon famous"cov 18, end Tommy as the
cart of by nature, either windblown series .
own ABC stations pollution throughout the I National Freedom Foundation
12 oc, i made them not responsible Cherry Blossom Festival
consumer cans, In- 20'sand IT, it
of the
> ilrl" artist
or other methods which r
Frank Am the merchandising even to the extent that he had Award, one of nine schoolsin
stitutlonal pack mostly in 32- j tor slaying an elderly Tallahassee may considerably longer"the
of the
have not been 30'i. used members
fully explained.
chief of the Florida Citrus them right next
os. cans and bulk. to his seat lathe Florida so selected: and the AAA said.DON'T .
Where you see a planting of Commission bal alerted all Breck family ai his subjects.Up jet plane that brougnt him .'I Negro shopkeeper.
the Orlando tangerine you will For the comparable week of marketing outlet nationwide to until the time of his deathIn to Florida. .
usually find Interspersed In the March 7 last year the freezers the big push on Vslenclai which 1961. Sheldon had created
rows Temple orange trees--and used 1,912,000 boxes for I.''', will start April I and run 11 days.It portraits of three generations of
000 gallon for the season, to LET YOUR TELEPHONE RING IN
bees that date, had packed 38,289,000 Is being backed up this week Breck women and children and FBI Arrests AN
gallon by Balley'i live plugs for In many Instances had painted

80-SS MILUON-MAYBE As of March 7 the movement Florida Valenclas. different daughters ages and in grandchildren their lives. In at EMPTY ROOM!

Wherever you find an Important out-of-ctat for the season was all his career as a Breck portrsltlit .
19,932,000 gallon compared tom Nine AirmenTAMPA
citrus organization you JUST GOTTA SAY IT be never used a professional

., You have heard a lot about mo d,'In addition to
I. the 4uen Fof a )ey'' show, 'he ptrrki. he parted( attractive (UPI)-Nine airmen LET IT RING IN
but this hat to be said about young women whom he were arrested by FBI agents at
Jack Bailey and his staff and discovered In Ml own community MscDIU Air Fore Base Tuesday YOUR CASHREGISTERl
crew, There have been several of Springfield M.... and and charged with making
radio and TV shows, ai well In many esses hit models were illegal, use of TWX machines at !
a* moving picture outfits town secretaries in his own advertising the bate
In the past agency After his death Agents said all of those arrested
But none of them left with. the Breck portrait series was were telephone and communications .
much praise and with as "good .continued by the noted New equipment ipecis-
a taste In our mouths" as the England portraitist, Ralph William lists st the base Agents said Aniwerlng-P.A.S. can help you get more
ABC-old timer and his gang. Williams. To date, Williams the machines were owned by by picking up your telephone
I can think back a bit to another has painted 61 "Breck private contractors and government every time it rings-24 hours a day, 7
TV show which had a rather amiable star, but had with him a couple chamfers I In the exhibition provide a Croat calls were is much as $40, more reiulti. But, no one can work around
who soured people they met, I section of American womanhood agents acid, and were made to the clock like an efficient answering ierv-
and In many ways; one going < In a sense, because they wives, girl friends and relatl ic.
out of his way to be natty to n.w.m.n--there was one instance In the "Breck Ctrl" concept. Let Answering-PA.S. ihow you how yourdvertiiing
of three new cameramen 'The Pat and Ann Kllleen port can work, even if you don't. All
trying lo get an"off-beat" i I trait features the two-yesrold VotersOCALA you hive to do ?It call ui for details
hot of this one Individual, only I Ito and five-yearold great-granddaughters

walk away from him cold I of John H. Brick (UPI) Voters Tues- 294-4201
when he got rather Insulting\ Sr. (7-yef-old founder and current day approved the annexation of
None of this with the Bailey Board Chairman of the
nearly 10 square miles of heavily
entourage--Bailey and his people I shampoo firm bearing his name. I populated area north and Professional
worked with newsmen and Theirs Is the lateit painting In east of Deals nearly tripling Answering Servo
phot oft, even In "gag" shots I the Breck family seder b*> the physical size of tile city.
And they are welcome back to ,I cause the late Charles Sheldon logo FIRST TERRACE N.W.
Winter Haven -I did portraits of their mother,
You cannot put a dollar and '

cents valuation Bailey'i success C seal,IM4............c-o+

citrus In--but selling when more people Florida will '
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( The W either. .Local State And National I ]EiS Offered Graduates College FBI Seeking Jacky Bugene Tuesday Don Wilson Harden on $1000, were ant bonds WBbe released .-

They appeared later at a klan
Prep CourseThe Dynamite Link fad-raaing rally on the out.
) and told 100
University of Tampa will skirts of town
I r + poMor its third aanual l precaUep robed mm they were being
I vs. workehop' lor recent JACKSONVILLE, Fla (UPI) persecuted" by the FBI
C eehooi etartlng The rally was to raise money
7"t high gredwtoe --nil agents !sought today to ..'
Ili : June M, having ptoMared the IIIIK 20 slicks of dynamite fished to pay for the klan I.
Ih. 7 '7 program In the Tampa MM two out of the Ortega River with UMhco legal defense. against the conspiracy -

yearn ago 16 bombing of the home ofa charges
The workshop la designed to :Negro boy who integrated a Wilson\ dressed In s scarlet
Improve the academic skills of local( school robe, told the rally, "I never

:..... student whOM big* school AK> nts said the dynamiteNagy bombed nobody I bold my bead
Q trades do not qualify them for ilners recovered Tuesdayrum proud and will be in the KXK

full college aeeepeMOe, but. who ( i he bottom of an Ortega till I die"
cc0L appear otherwise to hive River Imst basin apparentlywas WUllem RoaecrMt Jr. pleaded
the potential ability to ....tt.- part of a supply of expto) guilty last Friday to charges
factory college work. Director sea ktoli'n lad 1 December from of ......1aI to violate th* civil
I. fALL of tin program I* Dr. RobertJ. the Merrill) Co rights of the Godfrey boy. He
I.I. ;.tPAie Nickel, ........ pr toor "It I, the Dynamite same brand, same also pleaded guilty to charge
I. '.L "a of education st the UMmelty type and haa the same mark of trying to bock oou rt or4 |ted
, deal oT t the lIOft-crHlt pre- logs us the dynamite stolen integratta by bombing the pod-
college program I 1& to preparethe trey betne 11
iron the Merrill ,
,. Ilb student for college acceptance -
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.d sold
e 6''c through seven weeks of "r
load Pour Ku Klux Klan leaders
Intensive training In basic Eng RABBIT REPORT
New:: .tNII4J L B iPy lleh and mathematics, speed have been charged with con NEW YORK (UPI) -,&UBnls -
reading for slow readers,efficient piracy to v 101 i I at. the civil received at Easter gifts, ,
1/1 Rr1''N study methods and budgeting fights of f /-,.ar-old Donald God often develop ear mites*t pet
t of time, and library usage.Dlagnestic lacy. whoa home waa nearly expert report. 'r j
I s SPtlO si the learned last month by a dyaa ,
beginning -
h / testing The annoying pests ca. be
lloWlru} mite blim Donald entered the
of the determines
I program safely removed by dipping a
Individual academic strengths pica Hiily i while Lackawanna
cotton swab in an emulsion
r w. and weaknesses, and poet-pro- ('I"lIh'lIIr) school last beptem of 25 per cent beniyligan-
:rt t gram Seating ascertains the tier under a court orderllu tat
scale and applying to (
student and four klanamen. Donald
t tur.s. progress of each
w length of the ear
assists In the formulationofhn
a. ',V treme Southwest and the Gulf States. Snow is forecast for the extreme northeastern future -- ---

-.1 -..... -v' 1 4 states end parts of the Ohio Valley. ends educational Aug. 6.Rucecu .plans. Theeourse I Jim's Pizza 1'l II IIN.
or the is
YELLOW ROSE OF GIRL SCOUTING Sandy Florida Zones TemperaturesPanhandle LOCAL OUTLOOKFair evidenced by the fa"c1rtit of II ,
Thursday Little aNn -- TtiMeiy thru Prty t m I* like *.11I"
Short, Uft, end Elizabeth Struthers, both members of through the approximately ISO students t. present WIMtr Havtn float MH WIM and picas. ,
I Senior Girl Scout Troop 37 planted two yellow rot By I'nltrl Frets International change temperature. High today from It aisles who attended the I Can Jim. and year ,f..r will b* white when ym arrive 1, ,
bushct et Winter Haven High School as part of National Clear to partly cloudy and low llgt! .TS to 80 Low tonight north In the50's to 1(68 and IMS workshops some 49 Sixth! Street S.W CY J-SSSft
Girl Scout Week's b.tt.ring community and school pro- mild today. Partly cloudy tonight Albuquerque 40 ST mostly 75 per cent applied for admission -
northeast winds S to IS miles
grem. The yellow rOil is on. of the symbols of the Girl and Thursday Warmer Atlanta 40 69 and were accepted Into ggta I SLIP

Seouts. dent, Erma Jean Thornhill, tonight low tonight High 54 today to 60 68 Variable to 76, Chlcsgo Boston Birmingham. .. SI 31 It 72 M 41 per 12,000 hour. Recruits college program.Registration after forms completing or furtherinformation the 'I I Sudden Service i : I

Beautification presiding wind 10 to 11 miles per Cleveland 18.. about the pre- ;
Mrs, Dan Gerber adult today and tonight becoming College be obtained
an Denver S3 60 WASHINGTON (UPI) The workshop may -
Program Set leader of the organization and southeasterly 10 to 20 miles per from the Office of Admissions -
. draft '
Detroit 13 H Army will 12 000 men In
IN BY 10 A.M. OUT BY 5 P.M.Hl'
Brenda Sheppird gave safety hour Jacksonville the number In University of Tampa, ., :
At Lake AlfredLake ThursdayNorth 47 75 May, same as =
talks A demonstration bow ,
on I
Kansas City 31 17I April but 2,000 fewer than In Ii:
to make cookies was given by Pair through Thursdsy Little '
Alfred has launched i Angeles Sf M March DinERS ARRIVE Havendale Cleaners
beautification to aj Rnenda Campbell. Mrs Jose change In temperature High today Miami . .'. .65 82 The Pentagon said Monday NEW YORK (UPI)-Criham; ,>
campaign I phine Cammeron dlacuaaed in the 70'". low tonight Miami Beach 61 (3 that 17,700 enlisted: men would Hill of London and Jim Clark a
eliminate unsightly weeds from I plans for the upcoming Polk 40'.. Mostly northwest to north Twin Cities . . 11 19 .N needed in May. Of the Iota!, 'of Scotland arrived Tuesday en 1'\1 rhone Jt4-2041 for flck.p Delivery :
empty lots and tracts, it was I County Youth Fair winds 8 to 15 miles per hour, N,w Orleans . 44 74 5,700 will be recruited from volunteers I route lo Sfbring, Flu. for I and Heveedale ,oelevr 'l leLANltlra
announced today by City Manager The devotional given by Corner 14th Street
wn becoming: northeasterly Thurs New York, . 29 54 weekend auto races, '
Don Hartsfield. Jill Gerber. day. Orlando . . . S3 78 ,,,.
Everyone' cooperation. Is requested Central Philadelphia . .. 26 57
'for a neat appearing FFA SweetheartFinalist Fair through Thursdsy Lit- Phoenix . ., ..51 80
city is an asset to its citizens," tls change in temperature. Raleigh . . .. 41 71 "

Hartsfield laid Named High today 75 to 80, low tonight St Louis . 24 M NOW At Your
Weeds will be cleared from In the SO'*. Variable mostly San Francisco . 54 6 Friendly .:;
unsightly lots by the city, with Al WestwoodThe north to northeast winds S to Seattle 37 48 ;
the cost assessed against the
11 miles per hour. Tampa 58 75 N
property owner, In cases where six finalist for the West Southwest Washington .27 t
such action 1* necessary. wood Junior High School Imperial Fair through Thursday Little :

Future Farmers of change In tempertutr. High Hospital News Lake Region Bank of J Commerce 'f;
Eagle Lake 4-H America Sweetheart Contest today 80 to 84, low tonight 56
were announced today to 64. Variable mostly northto
Club Holds The contestants are Gillette northeast winds S to 15 mile TIESDAY'S ADMISSIONS:
Fowler, Fay Mahaffey, Jan Winter Haven
Keefer, Roynell Reese, Mary per hour) A. L. Brown Mrs John T.
Regular Meeting Ellen Begley, and Lana Jahns. South Mild Myers, Mr*. John R Woods,
The finals will be held Thurs Fair through Thursday. Mr: Herman R. Summer. Full'
J Tt)4) Eagle Lake Community day night,..March 26, In the 788to82,2Olow'tonn1kh hu$ today' vUle, Mrs Bradford a Bull- ServicesMonday l
if the
J 4-HjOub held Us regular meetIng school ctfetorium Admission I 6$ s ", ington, Mrs RichardE..
la the Eagle Lake Community mostly north \\o north-
will be 50 cents for adults and Variable! ) Llehtcnwalter, Mrs.
House with the presi 25 cent for students eut winds S to 15 miles per
hour. _, J: Ro.o! Mr.*. FlorenceMeisenhelmer .
Mrs, E. II.
For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 Keys Mad Sweet, James D. Merrltt,
Fair through Thursdsy
Mrs Richard t lloyt, Mr.
temperature* with high today James L. Kamm, Mlis Brands thru 9
65 to M Mostly Thursday
82, low tonight Newman, Mrs. Buy L. A.M. Until
north to northeast winds I to 15
Parker Baby Sherry Fusscll
miles hour.Wodd's
Rifle' Range Lake Wales

Bagwell Building Supply Road Mrs. John Lilt 0 Alfred Morris.

Fair Mrs E.Auburadale L. Butler.

Ticket Sales Jane* W. Sassnett. Gordon

B Babon. Baby James Shu- '
a Are EnormousA gars, Miss Cheryl Powell, I
s Mailer Timothy Biter
total of tt million advance
ticket sales to the New York Ft. Jennings. Ohio i A
Fred Rimer
World's Fair have been sold. 1y.t
ft. Meade.
This I* three times a* much
a* was collected for admissions Mrs George W. Barr Jr. $
during the entire season of the Lake Hamilton ,
Seattle World's Fair It also Is Mrs Catherine A Southey. ,,
1 > almost as much as ws*collect Ft. Pierce
ed In the entire first year of Mrs Charles A. Weeks
the 1959 New York World's Fair Lakeland
said W, L. Btensgaard, executive Charles F diastala
vice president of the Eagle Lake
Florida Authority. All these Percey 11 11111.
ticket sales so far In advanceof UateapoHMrs
the April 12 opening mean Frank M Myers. $ $
I that many more than the 40 TUESDAY'S DISMISSALS
million visitor expected the Winter users
{ first year win be coming to the
Master Earl Baker, Mrs,'
Fair It certainly Insure that
the Florida die will have John D. Donnk,. Harold T.Frever. .
millions of people' who will see Master James E.
and know more about Florida Hunt Jr.. Baby Karen Kitchen
Thus the foresight of Floridain *, Master Blake Long P.M.
entering the Fair will bring acre James D. Merritt,
":'t"f': ') the state benefit for years to Mis Brenda Newman Dr @

....trc ,.' come. _____ ___ Roger Patrick, Dexter Pond, r$
e---.. -- .. Kenneth Robert, Chester
More ExilesMIAMI Stewart Mrs John C. wens,

Hardtop or Convertible UPI) The CoastGuard Muter James Whestley
picked up 30 Cuban refugees II...* City
In two boats off Marathon Baby Erroll: CainRiverside .
Volkswagen Station Wagon cornel two ways. Key Tuesday. night and took Calif. .,.

Open or closed. them to Key West for immigration Mrs In* Ebbed.as. $ k $
The open one has all the advantages' of a processing .

regulorconveMiWe.Artd 1IOfI.of dI. e. $
Slide open the top and vWve got o : -Jft: ,
"1 big %x544nchroy of turjWne.lfoo much breeze
Then moke the opening smaller Oft 1M f.M. CenHMsoM SUwt" 2:" ,....

The hole in the roof otto Mi another uteM' MONDAY tin FIIDAYOn -

purpose It gives you on OWl for carrying all kinds 12Mf ,.... e.*.... U..t tree I ,.... U7 ....1"..

of kookie things. 9 1 P.M.

Any way you take it, soft or hardtop, bolt VW Lent Time Ted.y J 'f. i FRIDAYS A.H.'tii

Wagons ore loaded with space. 1170 cub feet I 101117 urrcHuu u ;JJ j
Tote wt the middle not end you ve got anexcelent

moving' or.... Or portable ptoyrocxn Or


have the 3 rows of seas m piece, od yov've w Member F.DJ.C.

pot 0 butW of rOOllL ; l i ,
Thee (tier..f e of MOM Vofttwofefl ecooomnMRegular '

got 5 plat of oX 3(000ifei ps ken, to ; ,, ,: "Small Bank Courtesy
'few II
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Which brings .vt dow to prke. ;,,. Big Bank Service"JI

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Ross emtirt&atlfl of CommerceWednesd
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r rater Haven Daily News-Chl Washington m STOHY of EASIER TelevisionIn The Lighter Side I

W E. RYNMSON. latlhr! -,.Mtilwr r
JOHN W. KYNiKSON Aiilitaiit ta tile '....11...., Story of the Betrayal By DICK WWW "Boa Voyage: ," to choose "

", ..n.1IM! dilly (.e.pt. Saturday* by tk. Winter HeFuWliMnf .... Window ReviewB WASHINGTON (UPI) The couple of the less sensuoubraada '

'. C.? In.., Hi 3rd fend N.W? Winter Ha..a". wields Federal Trade commission baa .

c iIi LES .oSHOIIN' ---:---.- -. ---=-Canaral M.i>.tfIIAMAN By LYLE c. WILSON IUd Defer** proposed a new rule that may These are clearly foreign
Avenue to its words Both perfumes are compounded
last HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Parent shake Madison
.,...d Preen iatsraeli.ael l Anti the Supper
blooded in Ament-d
J V As?cl'H Mltr Americans urgently needare who hive gnashed their very foundationa, aaaumlng that or
there ia
baa foundations Therefore no question
: than teeth during tome tetorUion" tor: Madison Avenue
Advartlilitt M.per a mere change in
the rule apply t III
shakeIn that
till order of presidential sue By LOUIS CARSEU advertisement timed. at children
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE evasion to obtain minimum United Pres. Iolenatle.al others with humility and unselfishness may be interested in recent essence the rule says that them.

S........" I .'.....I.t... Inc __-. __. _.: Chi...*. 'IHHraTTi guarantees for the safety of the Jesus of Nazareth was one of He told them what action by the National Astociation you can't or advertiseAmerican toilet But"Fabulash"what about(Ian such eye produuas shadow\

... ; Sand CI;rM.l Mattar S.pt a. I I'J4 at the. Pet OffIce republic thousands of Jewish pilgrims was going to happen to him I of Broadcasters with coasellmetca .. unless and "Bterna 27" (la skit

_. In WlnHf Hav.n:.Flonda, under act of Much. I, I/T1 ___ There is urgent need for protection who came to the holy city of Je- was and sought to. But explain why It (NAB). articles clearly identify them cream) Neither of tho",
necessary they could you
against the lusftlem The NAB'i code authority: has
/e presidential to celebrate the Peat not understood products of the U.S.A. names comos from any Ian>
e. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU candidacy of a dying: man of the Passover In the spring of them then ao he gave reviled Its 1961 toy advertising al In other words to use a hypothetical guage that I am familiar with
S a staple
Physical Infirmity can reduce the year N AD. proscription of guidelines to emphasize. avoidance .
;_I OF CIRCULATIONS faith that baa come rtnclng example, if you are Presumably the commission
... an able man to a condition of Five days after he arrived down the of."Dramatisation: out a U4 perfume call would have to judge them by
.... mental ......1IIIq.TIIiI he was seined and slain ages: of the toy putting would their sound Do they sound
Lit not your Marts be trou- ed "Place PlgaHe. :you
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------------ MEMBER A-bomb, push buttonesaWry Why? Died; believe in Oo; believe in a realistic war atmosphere have to print "made in Brook- American, or do they sound

Aetlva M.", ", UNITED PRfSI INTERNATIONAL ia no time lor a sluggW The young teachers reputation bon 1M." "Dramatisation which could lyn" in large type on the front foreign? To me they sound liku
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. u"itd. Press u .Mt/ .J t* the .>. ) mind ia the White House, had reached Jerusalem Late that night Jews and the frighten or scare rblldren."Demon.tratlonl ." label science fiction Which, I sup.
ASSOCIATION for ,."..bllcetlo" .f eH 10..1 l | names P**. 'The need for protection against long before he did. For at least 11 disciple still with him went of a toy In The communion says it has pose, would be considered foreign .
thti well aid Of I
1 964 ad NADVERTISING In Di.p.tch.t nawipipar, *i the presidential candidacy of a year, and probably two years, to an olive grove called the Oar. a manner that encouragesharmful reason to believe that foreign .
.w I the physically unfit ia empha- he had been attracting bugs den of Oethsemane Drawing a use or dramatizations words on cosmetics tend to de. Another potential problem I.I is
DEADLINE steed by several passages relatIng crowds In his travels through little apart from the !rest Jesus of children's actions inconsistent ceive consumers by leading line of lipsticks called "Sidewalk .

CLASSIFIED I DEPARTMENT. to Franklin D Roosevelt In his home province of Galilee. fell down and prayed in words with generally recognized them to believe some of the do- Cat..." We have some
|y Ik. Ward. I P.M. r>...iey. D..,.. ly the l I"chl I P.M. ,...1.... Day !the recently: published "Diplo The religious leaders In the capital that bear witness to his own standards of safety" mettle stuff is Imported sidewalk cafes in America, but
La al Notices: I P M. Previous D.,. Sunday. Edttlon DaadDnat Friday. mat Among Warriors" by Rob had heard that he healed tortured humanity II well aa to To some viewers, the peak of It will hold a hearing next they generally have a forellaconnot.tion.

DISPLAY Sunday DEPARTMENT Edition} P.M. Thursday: Monday Iditlan I P M. MdayiTu.idty ,ert Murphy; Doubleday It Co., the sick that he associated freely the spirit of perfect obedience offensiveness In this area was month to permit manufacturers How will the commission
Edition; -Noon S.turd.y Wadnaiday, Thurtd.y and Friday $695 with publicans and sinners which the church has always reached shortly before last advertising agencies and other handle that?
laViaiti> P M. Twa Days In Advanca.M.inbar Murphy Is a friendly witness that he broke many of the strict retarded as one of the hallmark Christmas, not long after the Interested parties to air their There is also a perfume
-- and competent lie was Gen rules they had laid down about of his Divinity assassination of President Ken. views on the proposed rule, ButI called "Chantilly." Which could

Seutti.ru Maitipr Flarlda Newspaper Press,.Au.tl.tlon.bllth." Aitacl.tlan ;Dwight D. El enhower'. political such things M fasting and "Oh my lather I if tt be possible nedy, In the commercials that csn't wait mean either Chantilly, France: ,

.. --- -- ( adviser through most of keeping the Sabbath let this cup pan from me advertised toy weapons for chil I have just returned from a or Chantilly. Virginia
SUISCRIPTION RATES World War II as special representative Most shocking of all he Nevertheless not at / will, but dren. drug store where I inspect For that matter, if foreign
ly Carter of M.ij I of FDR Murphy later claimed the power to forgive ai those wilt"It As some readers wrote to this ed the cosmetics counter and I names on cosmetics are deceptive .
Vie, $ 11,201: 4 menthe, |'.10.: I months $4.SS| I month, $|1.51| was political! officer assigned to sins This, to the guardians of was there that Judas found viewer, it was not a matter of feel I should warn the commission how about such things as
waakly, IS cents. Sino I. C.plai Daily I tents| Sunday 10 canti. (Gen Lucius B. Clay U.S. him that it be shorts Dutch oven
commander orthodoxy, was a blasphemous and betrayed him with a wanting youngsters to grow up right now may Bermuda
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TELEPHONE CYpress 1.2191 l I In Berlin usurpation of the authority of kiss on the cheek. Armed men mollycoddled or unaware of the letting itself in for a lot of and Irish potatoes
Murphy retired from the God seized him and carried him world ways but the Implications grief If this rule is adopted, I fear

State Department in the high. Soon after he arrived In Jerusalem away to be tried by the ads of the pleasures Certain products will, of the commission may be opening

A For j j"I est rank open to career officer Jesus went to the Actually, there were two of warlike toys, and the course present no difficulty another Pandora box Which
Thought Today He was both diplomat and Temple He found Its courtyard trials, one during the waning lack of a responsibility realistic Take perfumes bearing such by the way, didn't contain

secret agent one of the great filled with the booths of moneychangers hours of the night before an illegal approach names as Toujours Moi' and Greek deodorant

public servants of our times pigeon-merchants rump session of the Jewish It should be emphasized! that .
know both how to be abased (and live humbly There also Is Murphy's revelation and other concessionaires who Sanhedrln and the other earlyIn the new methods of the NAB ': nCl.!

in straiten circumstances/ ) and I know how to abound that FDR failed to exercise were charging fraudulent prices the morning before the Roman code authority do not automatically 'DIAL' :1,18, ": FOJjt1MEilc, Ii' \ ,,
his political judgment and for items which pilgrims required proem'a tor, Pontius Pilate. mean a 100 per cent paradise : '
(enjoy plenty and live in abundance). Phil ;:lga j I :r. e .RAI ;
Both ,
responsibility when the Allied to make the prescribed sacrifices were travesties of Justice, Is guaranteed in this ,
One is abounding in grace when he learns to accommodate i armies were approschlng Berlinin In the Temple Setting a the first because the jury had field. You may recall the If. "' .,,itt.y'

himself to every condition of life and carry the Western theater The whip of knotted cords, Jesus reached a verdict before the broadcasters also have their :UH4NG'JUT. ON' t:. "A 'f./M .itt tJ: rF ;I: :
ever alert Winston Churchill drove them out and overturned prisoner was brought in and own self-regulated guidelinesfor \ .
of mind all
an equal temper through the varieties of \
was pressing for an Allied attack their tablea He said they were the second because the Judge commercials and you know
his state. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett 'I on and seizure of the German turning his Father's house Intoa reversed his ruling In cider to what state of affairs that matter .

__ capital Murphy writes den of thieves appease a mob.Scholars Is In-and what happened F cN..J" stifles Claim gala ., ." g.il'lCONSOL1DATED
? (that FDR and Secretary of Powerful members of the religious have made many attempts when some government people

State Cordell Hull simply did heirarchy had an Inter. to apportion the blame Innocently suggested that the
Chief Editorials ;nothing est in the Temple rackets They for Jesus condemnation between broadcasters follow their own

Roosevelt and Hull left this were now convinced that this the Phailseta' and Pilate standards Government interference .

1Tomorrow dynamic and vital political decision troublemaker had to '0. To the modern reader, however, you know.
At Two to Eisenhower and Gen While they were plotting how the fact that. stands out is that At any rate. the code author.
J to seize him without creating an Jesus was condemned by the ity has
George C. Marshall, the US. at least come up with
most respectable elements of
Army chief of It.II. Neitherwas uproar among the general pop. society some more decent groundwork,
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:00: a sort of D Day will the duly constituted
ulace, they were approached by
competent to make such apolitical hopefully to be paid attentionto
take place in Bartow when the School Board meet to i declaion. Ike and Marshall one of Jesus' disciples a man representatives of established and here are some of Its INSURANCE SERVICE
religion and of Roman civilization.
decide the fate of the Polk County Junior College Peo- decided (apparently correctly named Judas Iscarlot For reasons guideline for toy advertisingSeek :
) that Berlin was not a that can only be guessed He "to present the toy on 129 W. Central Ave. Phone CT 4-4M1
pie Involved will be the members of the School Board ; perhaps because he was disillusioned was rejected not by the Its actual
military target this as a play
the people from the various sites, five in all ; their missing altogether the vital political with Jesus refusal to become but lltttle by people the custodians of his own nation of the, thing"

friends and those members of the state selection factor the political 1 liberator that -Avoid "oversimplificationsuch
committee statue quo who rightly retarded
: headed by Dr. James Wattenbarger.It Their decision left Berlin to many Messiah devout to be Jews- Judas expected offeredto the him as one who was "tuinlng the as 'only' and 'just'" appliedto ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
Russians who hastened to the world upside down by his price of a toy
his master The chief
could become quite spirited. Fireworks could seine the city betray ." -Avoid ''presumptions that a
erupt in all directions and that all depends upon the It may be that the Iud of pieces priests of sealed silver the deal with 30 (Next: The CrucifslonlAlmanac ) toy requiring a material investment WDSO-TV 4 Ch WnA-TV seal 1 c.WHY-TV......... t e.WTTTTVChMMl ....... II

attitude of those in Lakeland who are bent on two World War III was planted In On Thursday evening. Jesus can be had for the asking" CIS NBC ABC CBS
the bumbling military diplomacy Priori. Team Orif. .4t. Tema
things-one, to make very sure that the Winter Haven that permitted the Communists took his disciples to the upper -Avoid 'appeals contending

site isn't' chosen despite the wishes of the rest) of Polk to envelop Berlin. what room oHa proved yeruaalenvUiome to be their last for that, if a child' has a toy, he Wednesday NIGHT March 18

county people and two, to attempt to get the college Neither did FDR act vigorously supper together It wes then 24 betters his peen, or lacking it,
to assure the United States Invite their
placed in Lakeland at the old tailing pile and phosphate to Berlin which access hours before the start of the ridicule contempt, or ':00-N.wi News. Sperm. News Weather ,.,.. News
to be United
was By Press International
Passover Feast.Mark's .:IS-Sp.rt.. Wits W..th.r Ed.Url.l.. Sp'" Spers, Wile
pits. Of course they would probably go for a com 100 miles or so Inside the Communist Gospel Indicates that Today Is Wednesday, March -Avoid "employing Irritating 4:) -CSS News NBC New ABC News CIS News

promise spot-the Bartow Air Bane with all of its administered part of Jesus knowing what lay aheadof 18, the 78th day of 1964 with 288 audio or video techniques to demand a:41-CBS News NBC News TeA CIS News

drawbacks a future college site, again just to keep Germany access FDR road never matter heard ofthe him the next day decided to to The follow.moon is approaching its Some the of! child's these attention puldelines" are T:00-6I.B. 110..... Death Valley Che.,.".. Lacy Skew
the celebrate the Passover one day Till.-6I.BM/ Reeves Death Valley Cheyenne Ivey Show
college from Winter Haven. Murphy's theme Is foundedon first old hat The question is how
In advance But recent discoveries quarter.The MO: -CIS R*,.rfi Hall .( Fame Cheyenne CIS *.,.*.
Take time out tomorrow to come to Bartow to the the belief, documented in including the Dead Sea evening stars are Venus much attention Is now paid to T-4S-CIS RepesM "LiHU Mi Cheyenne "S.rth
other books, that FDR was a and Jupiter. the code authority' revised
County Commissioners Scrolls suggest another explanation
meeting room. your committee dying man when he sought a It in On this day in history: rundown. If things stay as they I:00-CSS Repels .f Alb' **" F.Hy Dud Strut fl.
which will be there. You voted to have the school fourth term in 1944 Some of those days for was rabbis customary and their In 1902, Enrico Caruso became have been In the past congressmen aII-CIS H.p.rti Hell el Fan Sh.Hall .( a law"S,30.Tlghtrepe
F.rmcr'i T.III.I .
( Fain The (
for the county; now show them that we really want it FDR's political associates now pupils to meet on the eve of a the first artist to recog who Investigate violence I:4S-T!,htrcp* Hall *l Fan Daughter the Camera
by your presence. concede that to be a fact The great feast day to share a simple nine the importance of the phonograph In television programs might do
chiller in Murphy's book It "fellowship meal" of bread when he recorded 10 well to wave a few more Invl- f:00-HillbilllaiilS Esplesa. ,a Ian Casey Hlllbllll.i
what he wrote of his last interview and wine aria In a Milan Italy hotel tations in the direction of advertisers -Hllbllltaif Egiena'a Ian Casey Hlllbllliai
A Milestone In The with the falling President Jesus Invested this meal witha room lie was paid 500 dollars too. :) -Dick Van Dyke Es&enap l Ian Casey Disk Van Pyle9:45Dick
Legion Van Dyke Eiplon.f Ian Casey Dick Veil Dyke
In March 1945 In
: special significance for his fol 1937 294 persons were
"His (FDR's) appearancewas lowers and Its reenactmentlater killed-most of them childrenIn The Channel Swfm: A one- 10:00-Danny Kaya The list Heyr Chasing Danny. Kaya
This week marks the 45th anniversary of the a terrible shock (He) was became the central featureof an explosion in the Consolidated hour NBC-TV special surveysthe 10:IS-Danny Kaya The Itch H.,, Ckannln Danny. Kay
founding of The American Legion At the close of unable to discuss serious matters Chilstlan woishlp Public School In New sad date of professions! 10:30-Danny Keys The lick Hoer Chasing Danny Kaya

WWI some 600 members of the AEF assembled in :J in no condition to offer The earliest account of the London, Tex. boxing April 28. The nsrra 10:41 Danny Kaya Tk. I lltk Hoer CkanntM. Danny Kay.I .

Paris and hammered balanced judgments upon the simple rite which Jesus performed In 1954. Howard Hughes tor of the program "Boxing's I 11:00-N.w. News, Spt, Wtr N.wtllnamleM News, Spent
an organization that has stood ;{peace." and commended to his bought RKO Pictures Corpora Last Round," will be David :I MilS:: .. W kaMtlO Stew Etarlal. Wiles Wtk.r. E'tarlal.

the test of time. The ranks of the original membershipare FDR then was just back from disciples I Is given In the 11th Don for $23 million sod became Brinkley, who In the past hada -T ...fraafIMS Tnlk Stew Late Slew Syrf.ld. tTanl

starting to dwindle. They started fine projects for I'the Yalta conference chapter<< of Pauls first letter to the first Individual to be memortable broadcast with tie Start .kt Slew Let. Slew Surfilda 4

the Corinthians: sole owner of a major motion Emile Griffith, the other fight.er
their and <
nation as generations of and
fighting men "Th Lord Jtv on the night picture company In the ring when Benny Thursday MORNING March 197:0GW.

women have come along, they have picked up the torch Wall Street rhea ft, sal betrayed look: In 1962 the case.fire between (Kid) Paret was fatally In. .

and carried it on to greater things for the people of bread and when ht had riven France and Algeria was jured on national television .-Up Today Show Geed Day
the United State thanks ht broke ,t, and laid./ signed, ending a aeven.year civil The special will raise the ques 7:15-: Melia Today. Slew News &.,4D.y
'Thli Is my body which Is broken war In the North African territory lion of whether boxing should 7 711G-W.Up.. Today Stew Mlckie Erae Geed Day
Winter Haven's Frierson-Nichols Post 8 was organized Chatter lorlOll/ Do thit in remembrance be outlawed 7.45M..I. T..y Show I.l.kk Erase Geed Day

in 1921. Its members have entered o/ me.' In the same way/
every phaseof Oo-c..t.. T.4.y Show MieWe Eveae Cah''.
the community life. It has been a factor in helpingto also/ the cap after supper. tay-/ DAILY CROSSWORD 1'1-,' Kaearee T..y Stow Mishle mess K''e''''
NEW YORK (UPI)-ForbesInvestlgraphs trap 'thli cup Is the new covenant 5:30-Captain. Tdey Show C.Aeadlle Captain.
make Winter Haven the finest city in Florida. Inc., says "molteomment.tora In my blood Do this, as ACROSS DOWN 1.. O\U. o. .141- Kaegaree Today Show" C.rt..III. Kaearoe

There isn't a project a committee government' now seem bullish often at /you drink It. 'In remembrasses 1. Fragment 1. Beaon.1 dress i e r N r 5 ti e
To the naturally cynical, of m,.' of earthen 2.Wand.rlDC germ Oo-A".rI. T..v' Merle haehr Ma..Is. Merle
level that doesn't have a Legionnaire doing his part. cult""ia vessel workman 20. Cain: ..,,1- History NSt. Lowy c.rt..m. "Three fee
watch Jesus remained with his disciples S.Penetrates, S.Like a wing 8wed.U .:Jo-II....... Raas Th. Dip". Cedaeeville the. Sh.."
During the years this post has furnished outstanding this a useful signal? The in the upper room forseveral a dagger C. Fabulous 21. One t u ',145-1.", ..., hem Nice Feet Caimevllle Betty G.II''
leadership. We salute the members of this great Legion answer Is, 'not yet' Reason: hours He repeated manyof 11.A hue bird thou. a d
Experelnce shows that everyone his teachings urging them to' 12. Exc/aJnao/ a. Pulled sand 10OO-CIS News Dick Hoymes hul.1I Lessees Jac' Lemma
both nationally and locally, for their part in keeping must Include the small Investor prove their discipleship by loving tiara of 6 Bomban1e4 21 HaUl s r 10:11-CIS: : News bleed Yo.eq kt:: Lessees r.\ Merle
our leadership of the entire world. May you before the rule applies and signals one another and by servingMemories grating: T A DK-Uk. 24.Humorn.I" ((0:30-I Love 'Lay Werd See Word 1
tabrlo v 10.45-1 tiro Leey Wed fee Ward Bride I b.. LecyI
have many more birthdays d.ner-aD4 the odd lotteri
are still selling. All In all we 11 Manila German name Vw.nds'.a.s.. I IIIOG-n. McCeye CoatsMrseles. PrI.e I. Itieht The McC.ys
look for a continuation of the hemp river 27. Leap. IIIII-flo. McCaY' Caeatatta. Pike I I. Riht n. McCaY'IIIJG
Dow-Jones 14.Girt'. t. Internal leg $7. Jewish -'... I Gladys "illl.. Uah n. Owed I. Pate a GI.4Y'
Florida Telephone Users strongly rising with nuns decay: 01 21, Viper month I 11t4I-P.t. I Gledye Mein. Vets n. ONa91.de I Gladys
the major catching up of see I&Craggy fruit n- 31.Carry
ondarjr issue still largely deferred 20 YEARS AGO hID 10. Once Quixote S9.Real AFTERNOON
until the leaders level Aviation Cadet Edward F. 16.Pocket.ottllpnn,: U. Minute .0. OttIcer'e

Have Lowest National Rate off-especially If their advance Gunn reported at Carlsbad N. eta pL groove aasiutantIL I 12:00-&..... .f Ufe Y_ Fint Sea. Key, No.... Weather
can end without any significant M army air field for advanced A relative n. Exelama.sa.. B-ehapecl U. Pry I 12&11-&._ .f Uf. Imer e &I.. Sewe Keys Farm, S.'. Mh.
setback afterward, as we expect" flight training. 1R Grave Uon moldings 44. AddItIoa IIJG-Src"I f. Teew Trdh. or Fetter. Snh 9er Tmrw
12. Hob IL White 30. Beer to a I 1345-GeMieg U.ht c.-....... 1Caewt.... GtsMkg LIgM
TALLAHASSEE Both realdentlal a few cent a month lower for 10 YEARS AGO letter yen In&'J'ed1ent building
and business telephone business and private residential The 11 xnkflsh 1:00T.I' News. Spam. ,_ Lire of Life
rites In Florida ar among the phones, but well above rklrJ.da' Thomson A HcKlnnon says transfer of $37,620: from. 36. First sign r 1&" f .- 1 I e II5-.Chi. Tait Weather. Ewle Peed .-. of Life
of the M slates "after examining the condition Winter Hiven's capital Improvement of IOCIaOn. 'IJD-W..u Terse lest .f New, Wend. Twee
lowest of sny the State Public four-party rites Alabama of the economy as well as the account to the city's llay.r 01 aOolath .t4I-W..u Terse .......... L.i/nme Wald. Terse
according i. phone companies charge well sewer and water account la I
expectations of a broad cross 3:00-Pesewed Let'. Mahe letters Peca.eed
Commission. Asa
Utilities above Florida utilities la all Chicago bank 'e
was authorized 10.
.n)1lke 4
of buttons rate segment of VS industry It is ): -/...- ADeal A... Set"4
A survey eommerclal categories rather difficult to be anythingelse by Use City Commission material 3,10-Neese Pin., n. Oectere Day I. c..t Heese Party
norWa't .1
shows Ulfphon that charge* ar* 4Ind There ia a wide range ia but optimistic at this time S YEARS AGO S1. notice Publlia .5 w I,4S-tlawe Party n. Damn Der I. c..t Hesse ,...,

In the smallest communities, population among the 50 states' As far as the market b contented Mayor Charles C. Dail reached l2. BrtdHkke ''a IOO-T. T.II Trent. Lone Yeeeg Gaerel, T. TaR Trail

and 43rd to larger title, said capital, bvt TaQahiuee's some temporary correction a friendly hand across the 1I5-T.: Tell TMb. TheaM. Ne.o7t.l. T. Tag Visit
Mason and private rates are SSth from the top for must tw expected kattM .In asking WtaMer Haven U. 806t ., 10 is / I. ; U a. u ).10-Edge. .f Night Yes 0. t Say 0.-. let Day Edge ai Nigh.
Chairman U coati are business phone 11U for private somewhere along the way. bat to. participate .la UM 4katiaa ... aru..IIU / at1t.8 1:45-1.: ... al Nigh Yee 0..Y Sey Oeees let 0., Edee d N gh.
line home phone u. u t
41t to small communities and line residential stations, It also appear fccka) to expect 5, Sea Drf**** S3S.OOO.OOO Mi- floor .:oo-s.c... SNrw MeN) Geese 1e0meemr Secret s.-

whew there art and loth for party-line aervke. further advance a* reports tar alas Bay Park. got \e M u u I5-keret Steno Mamt. tease .,..,... Sod bores4.19'Meal.
45k cite
ta Mason said the Ant two quarters tfewtd .2. .. W.It' Usele. Bwe Treil.eetee Seosee.
50.000 or more maID ItaJamFesn / generally ask toamaivtreading" WtU'4 WonIIIpU. NB 4:41-: AM.eer.e Uee4. Ireee '..i........ Seesamee
-party line charge ta Tb ***rsg* private lies cost 110\1) 'U"fS :
Florid are lower than ta toy to the country II .. 11. Uiao NEW YORK UI1 there / .Language )00" ea w ee w I:.-..... Had Melee ..... Yegi Ieer

other state where partr.J.lDepboMt add and Flortda' average 1* at* Nap. ratkag *....<.. .. aAadet> "I-Hooc" H.-4 Meese ad...... Tehl leer

UU are available{ Mason S3,IS, Th avtrif charge to r. it. n CAUF.SAN wet lm<*mr* sea lase IBMM ak. K llrade 4" -' .. In. ''It-.H.: 7e Mews It The Serte c..1c......... Howe t/ermL. WaslwIns Fe'tere

said the survey mealed.am. four-party subscriber* to Florida FRANCISCO" cm> .... sate M ttvwMarMtasHl .tw pay fa. a1 -
significant itstit- U 1140 a month and the Theodore Roosevelt wwi CUfttrnU kv the Nee Tort Stork uothee'asoda : w
; other floss psegnwe ss e/de. we pranced. .by 14o ......... ....... "
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-aad I- 1004 see r ka| .v N tkay* at .., MM. The De..y New.CWp.Kelee
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11 Gnrrlpn Clobbers Exhibit Their Skills In Beautiful Flower Show +y. March "II, 1964-

_. .. Johoeon Harold Nordby Rol
- - .,
ia Riser, Robert J. HaviUnd

4 tr.i '," Although it to still official phyne WUaon. Third Nancy TS and Miaaaa Barbara Parker
ly not due until the day after Freeman and Honorable ? } _\ and "... 0.-
'I.: tomorrow Spring In all Mention, Barry RichardaonNamaa ifli l ,'
its glory arrived In Winter of Blue tibhon win rfJ,, :' .
Haven yesterday when the in the horticulture di. ., :
nera / ;
ttl.o\ Council of Garden Clubs opened vision of the show will be : \I. :,. ,; >:
flower show, :
ill two day published tomorrow There "r
Familiei of the Plant World" was no Award of Merit, the man GUIS ;
J 'ii: in the Armory. highest honor la horticulture, \
i ; ; Sharing top honors In the made for this ahow Women ,-. J'
\ ., Mm Franklin Card Junior
: ahow are The show which will be ...
nor. a member of the Camellia open to the public until nine Entertain At -f '
l !
Garden Club who received o'clock tonight features in addition ,:. .i !
,. : the coveted tricolor to the Artistic DealgnClaaaea t HomeThe "'- .

fll' .;-.-.-'i- ward. and Mri Thomas W. and Horticulture, (mil Harper "':'... f'
1iI Gibson a member of the Garden in competition), eight beautiful traditional green and 1('.
.;.- Club of Winter Haven, arrangement in the Invitational ji white colon of St. Patrick' y1uMJ
... I'IJ who won the equally sought clan; a section on ''f/'j day were uaed in the decor
j .' "..tiP after Award of Diitinction Bonaal Gardena, divisions on of the home of Mri W. Scott
rr The Tricolor li given to the garden therapy, civic pro-- ,." Harper III on Lake IdylwiU
beat Blue ribbon winner in sets and conservation education ;, Drive Saturday for the infor
i '(, : the Artistic Division, all of r .Iti; > mil social honoring prospective rttfOGILVIE
fresh plant material, and the The exotic arrangement in membera of the Junior
t ,/ I .. Award of Distinction la given the invitational class were -/i: .. / '. Woman Club.
.. .
Ii+. ", the belt Blue ribbon winnerin created by garden club members ." High Topped Kelly green vie
-. the Artistic Division, which who are holders of many hate with a band of gold
'' allows dried material or driftwood flower show awarda They are were centered between rings
1f'r: .. John bland Mrs H. of gold shamrocks on the .
r ') The Armory stage has been M. Stone, Mri Frank Relict guest registration table and
tn transformed Into a apectac. Jr., Mri E. R Collins and refreshment tablea The green SHADES
\ ular formal garden which aeti Mra Harry DiCbriatina, both y and white motif was used I
.\ an appropriate mood for the of flames City; Mra Jere e':1 4 for the napkins and several
,, flower show which la cer Stambaugh Auburndale, Mri j of the dainty finger sandwiches OF YOUTHNo
,, tatnly one of the most beau. Earl B White and Mrs C and cookiei Fancy nut

I Uful yet staged in Winter A. Blankinahip. : breads, nuts, mint, coffee drastic dye no short.
I Haven Lush green grass cov and cakes were also aerved .
.', .. ( era the stage and la encircled by the hotteuei Mn. Terry lived rinse but a
with gorgeous roses and English, Mrs W. B Strangeand color treatment you can
--. ..-l other spring flowers ai well Theta Nu Meets Miss Jane Motilnger shampoo In Ogilvle Shadesof
aa numerous tropical plants. were in charge of the hostess Youth does more than
TRICOLOR WINNER Tall white Grecian columns Mri Jim Miles gave a WAftD OF DISTINCTION arrangement and aiiist- just revive your natural hair
Mrs Franklin G.rdn.r won the Tricolor AwardIn extend toward the sky, creating program on "Sculpting andP.lntlna" went to Mrs. Thomas W, Gibson for "Price I... Ing in hoipitalitea were color It conditions with vital
I the currant flow.r show for this massed line a serene and totally captivating when Theta Nu Heritage", a design combining weathered wood Mesdames Harper James R oils brings back shine
type arrangement "Kin of the Plant World" acene Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi with Vanda orchids. The wooden container li Hardy, Carl Jensen, DorothyFox and body. Color lasts
incorporating the use of palmetto, clipped b.. Artistic Dealgn Classes Sorority met at her home peppermill./ The show nine to.a James H Tatum, Richard through six shampoos..and
I 'nana blossoms and seed pod of the cocos plu- Blue Ribbon (tint) winners with Mri Doyle Gardner aaco night li being held at the National Guard Noll and Mines Geneva there's no dYe flee as hair
in these classes, In additionto .hoitenMri Pollard and Barbara Horton
moss palm Armory. grows In, no brassiness In
Mra Gardner and Mri
Miles described Honored guests Included
art .
light. In 13 fashion
Gibson, were: Mrs Donald aa the of aeeln and Mesdames Donald Ezell strong
gift ,
Miss FieldsIs Luncheon Gicen Lock and Mri Roy Summer. shades 2 applications (per
j distributed copies of famous Ground The Town franklin Powell, Steve Gayle
lin, both of the Gardenia paintings from the instructor James B. Lowe, L D Brun. package ) $2.DOROTHY.
Honored Womans Club Garden Club, Mrs. Earl Modern Art Serlei Each son, Leroy Lilly, Nathaniel GRAY
Chance, Mri Howard R member and guest Joined In First Trip To Florida Kraxberger Whitten Gravel
With Shower Chorus Members Wells. Mrs. Richard Noll, the drawing of several "fun' Dave Friedrichs, R. L. Freeman
Mri Carl Cooney, ill memo projects to Illustrate that even William D. Vaughan,
Miss Del Ann Fields, Mri R. E. Lawrenaon wihoiten ben of the Camellia Garden Counter Harold Grimes,
arti for the Woman's Club though one may not be particularly Jerry
bride-lI.d of Airman Ronald Chorua' annual covered dish Club talented one can dill For The Bernard CookesMrs Jack Ryneraon, James B.
Red Ribbons second) wentto
T. Noelle, was honored with find pleasure in art.
luncheon at her home 1313
: Mesdames Richard G
a mlicellineoui shower givenIn Avenue A, SE Saturday In Kingham, John G Wood, Mri Charles Shinn Jr. Louis Skidmore Jr. has just arrived for a
the Tampa Electric gave a short history on Beta
lure* Room by Mill Sandra honor of Miss Mardelle' Smith Charles Foley, Everett H, Sigma Phi and each officer two-week visit at the Skidmore home on Lake Eloise.
Jean Marrell. the director. Johnson, all of the Garden outlined the functions of her Accompanying her, on their first visit to Florida, are
The tablet
patio were covered
Club of Winter Haven, Mrs ;
Games were played with with cloths and nap W A. Heath and Mrs E. office.Coffee and cake her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Bernard Cooke and Easter is

prlcea being awarded to lev kina In the St. Patrick theme E. Darnell, Azalea Garden ed to Miss Toni were Watkins aerv- her seven-month-old son, Christoper Alexander Skid-
oral gueiti The devotion was given by Club, and Mrs. Tony Kilogridii Mesdames Austin Race III Her husband Louis Skidmore 6
more. remains in
Refreshments served, Mri Frank Goinell
Gardenia Garden Club. LhL)
and 8 Included a large cake After the lunch hour, Mri Yellow Ribbons (third) were Jimmy Jere Griffin Cox, ,Richard Jim Walcott Dennis, Chicago, where he is working in his late father's March 29We

decorated with the Air Force Jack Tatter read a poem and awarded to Mra Carlton Dorr, C. B. Ewell, Doyle Gardner architectural firm, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
emblem. preaented a gift to Miss
Mri Clayton Harmon, Gar Thomas Griffin, Kenneth Mc-
Miss Fields and Airman Smith the choral group denla Garden Club; Mra Cutcheon, Jim Miles, Buddy Mr. and Mri. Carl fleck XI Gamma Chapter of Beta carry a complete selection of Hallmark Easter
Noelle who It presently ita Members present were Richard Field, Garden Club of Rodgers, C. M. Shlnn Jr and have ai their houiegueita for
and friends. Sea
Cards for
family us
Honed In Great Fells, Mont, Mesdames E. H Turner. Winter Haven; Mra L. B. Carter Maurice P.trlck.Former the latter'a mother, Mri. Sigma Phi Sorority will hold your your
plan to be minted In early Adolph Verket, Earl Baum, Mra L. W Dunaon, Frieda VanVerth of Toledo its regular meeting tomorrow all your Easter needs Also, we invite you to view
June. William Collins, Elite Moore, Bouquet Garden Club; Mri E Ohio, and her grandmother, night at eight o'clock at the the Hallmark Hall of Fame production, Little Moonof
Approximately twenty guests Bowman, A. T. lohkamp M. Wilson, Azalea Club, Mrs Mri. Addle VanVerth, Houa. home of Mrs. Robert Harton Alban tonight at 7:30 on Channel S.
attended the party Clarice Redding, John Tatter, Edward Relnti and Mri Rich. ton, Tex. They will be here Lake McLeod The chapterwill
.Paul Fletcher, Ed Ray, Frank. ard Davl'l Camellia Club, ResidentIs for a week. hold its Preferential Tea Arcade Gift
ter Wlllird'Lfnei, Rut whom' Shop
., Poinell. for honorable in honor of its ruiheei Sunday .
**ill HIII, John Whlteildei, mention were receivedby Entertained Mill Mary Joaa Bentley afternoon from two until

Select your new George F. RodeU and Edward Mrs. Fred Schnetzler, Mri has been. 'nominated for secretary four o'clock at the home of 254 W. CENTRAL AvE: CY 3.6255
SPRING FABRICSnt Ray Wallace Young Bouquet Club Mra Edgar Melvin entertained treaiurer of the student Mri Louis Staack
...Guests were..Meidimel. .Ew Miniatures this weekend at her homewith government at Lynchburg -
Anderson, May Alexander In the miniature and amall a dinner honoring Mrs College, Lynchburg VaIn .
S SINGER > George Wood, Mary Buih- designs clan, a Blue Ribbon Antoinette Pettijohn, a houseguest order to be nominated a '4
I. WVN*>VS y/> nell Madison Wig. and James and special recognition went of Mr. and Mri George itudent must have a 3. aVer.
lIecum, Atlanta, Ga to Mrs. Joe K. Hays, Garden Schroll age, or better.
Club of Winter Haven
Mrs. Pe)lIjohn la the former The rummage tale which
Find also went to Mrs C
M Phillips Jr, Garden Club Miss Antoinette Van had been planned for Sit
Party-smart party-right of Winter Haven, and Mra Duyne, who lived In Winter urday by St Agnes Guildof o
Haven twenty years ago The St Pauli Episcopal I +
Otis Btce, Gardenia Club 1
Van Duyne family owned the Church has been Indefinitely >i
Second place, Mrs Fred
WIlli. PatutIlaek property now known ai Tranqulltty poitponed
Pabsts9 I. I 11e1 Schnetzler and Mri J. B. Park. j
Wllltami, Bouquet Club, and Mr,
and Mri Robert E.
Those enjoying the occasion
X12 Mra Darwin Wright Camellia Shriver have returned from
were Mesdames Robert Lu-
cat, Tom Lowe Stirnei, Miami where they viiited forseveral &ifrtjv
ThIrd Mri Monte Schiller
George Schroll, WiliamOwens dan with the for.
and Mrs Frank Alexander,
Charles Unebaugh, mere mother, Mri Sarah
Gardenia Club.Honorable Elmer Atkinson Paul Bailey, H. Shriver, and with Mr. and
Mention Mra
Mrs. Thomas
Wallace Young, Bouquet Club M G. Gibba, of Winter Haven, E Grady
Junior Garden Clubs Mesdames David Mclnnii, Mr. and Mrs W. F. SanderOB ..
Artistic Dealgaa Clan Tampa; Elmer Barnes, Orlando have returned to their
C Judy Krause and Gall Law. the honoree, Mrs. Petti- home in Vermont after ipend
less, first, Donna Roe, Da- John and Mr. Melvin log the winter reason here

Charles Moaelejr of Bethlehem Boys will be boys and you'll be so proud '

Pa has returned to St of him in his new Easter wardrobe fromGINN'S.
ESPECIALLY FOR Cloud for another visit with
t his daughter after spending f/ \ "U

four days in Lake Hamiltonat LONG PANTS SUITS Sizes 2 to 14
CHILDREN11x14 the home of his cousins \
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greene $9.98 to $19.98-

Mr. awl Mrs J. D. Mia. '
each and children are getting \ SPORT COATS Sizes to 14

PORTRAIT settled In their home hereon *fjj) $7.98 to $12.98
14th Street NE after movIng rf

Mrs Mary Simcelxw it
patient la a, hospital in Bar A.p O 4 A 0 .,' ,
:1. $100 ro 0
: tow. i' C ,

e' In Spring o b
young ;
HANDUG'.ro g| gilt lake tw ojrl'i fancy lightly turns d .

WATCH EARN to thoughts of new clothes- c.

.1 sb DRESSUPSby 4 THURSDAY especially those bright new fashions o, r'

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% r"b by Kate Greenawo'f-Prissy MillY- Ike
19, 20 & 21 4 Peaches 'N Creom-Nanette

e Priced from $393 to SI4.9$ d
N. A', &.. NMMMTVTw ''
$>rlae even for the fashion' according to size and style ,
y, Ck M .< PMM -ALSO-
wisest of little mlna .
Everything their young hearts SLIPS- -
could wish for lines, D.NwnPeter.. af D****" ETC

trimmings, ornaments In a Lw.e FOR FULL

myriad of treatment Stylingof INFORMATIONDROP

a veritable rainbow of V / 10:00 A.M.Itil 5:00: P.M. DailyEXCEPT IN AT .0

colon and material togo .0, .0
with the sweetest :I e t1.O ,
Wien, (
ef dresses for every Pick Pabst.bat JOCHILDREN'S

dress up occasion. Yap.. ter..; .t I
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H2 W. CENTRAL WINTER HAVEN g.d.r .w dH.wtaw.

Open Friday Evenings 'til I PM ..../ b iJJ.1.G J

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Wednesday,, March 18, 1964

Kiwanians Hear I Three-Day Sales Berea Baptist Rosai Names Lutherans Cheerleaders Dog Obedience Arch MatonsTh

(Continued From Page OM) Campaign Boss Hear (Contlsjuod From Page OMI

Talk Hawaiian and others by way of Orlando Meeting Set
On Lakes Islands He has taught
thousand to sell auto, real Plans I Revival Douglas McDonald. Lakeland They are Shady Day Baird, regular moottag of Ute
estate insurance and everything businessman, has been appoint Dr. Hoffman At Birmingham-Southern College OpenThe Winter Havon Chapter. 41 of tile

As Food Source needed in the born*. Plans for a revival at Berea ed campaign manager by Ralph Cindy Lee Auburn University.; Royal Area Mason will bhid
| "We feel that we are ex- Baptist Church, in Aubundato. Rossi, who is running for Polk Jeanie Carroll, Indian University dog obedience courses In tile Masoaic Temple tomorrow
trrnelx' fortunate In scouting the County tax collector ; and Judy Griffin Austin sightOoorgo
were announced today by sponsored by th. Witter Hsvoa
Lakes M sources oT high proteln Campaign. .headquarters has Grace Church Pray State Cotttgo. Tho latter
Wisehaupfi series to cap the pastor, the Rev. A. V. AMndft. Recreation department still ha* R. Rydor.hlgtarlost,
food to help feed u ex. climax of Courtesy Week in been established at the Mutual will travel by car bringingwith openings for more dogs. Bob urgoa all members. to attend

plodlaf population was suggest. Winter Haven". John W. Carpenter Dates tar the revival have Builders Exchange ZIT S. Lake A capacity crowd Wed the her seven state college .(ill. director announced to the mooting udaaidaU. flatter
ed by Joseph E. Burgett, biologist Jr.. president of the been act u March through Parker Ave. Lakeland Mrs actuary of Grace Lutheran cheerleaders and two membersof would bo welcome.
for tile lUte health department .. Catharine Jolakia.( of the public relation's staff dayHill
Chamber !
sponsoring stated bethe
April 5, and the guest speaker Sunday asBringing said the Intermodlate.ours
in speaking on o day the' Mutual Builders Exchange, Saturday will he devoted toa
i .
for the vent will be the Rev. Christ To the Natkns" still has a lot of specs
economic value of sport fishing "Wisehaupt has the ability Henry Tatum pastor of the has been named treason lorRoul' Rally was held. briefing: having heir pic ''in and the beginners conn U.S. Warning

before the Kiwanis club *l t:; and the reputation to live our Palm City Baptist Chapel, in campaign. Dr. Oswald seaman, speaker lures tabs and a dtasm honoring will take a few more ..... (CMMwsrf mm P.<. One)
Its weekly luncheon town a shot in them at ..... Region
yesterday. the arm which Palm City Fla. of the Lutheran Hour The first! actual instructioai roe waa enable w loan detailsof
He indicated that eventually should set us all on our toes," Sovoral cottage prayer meetIngs 62 Candidates preached the sorsnon. A Parao Yacht and Country CM i ., f thtiowok course will the loudest from WolehTh .
some classification of lake" ;; Carpenter continued "With we scheduled in coanec- of Nattasu to which a display Headquarters tar tile girls\ t b.> held Monday night at the ether crewmen
art Capt.
(I i.e. for fishing, for agriculture, magnetic force he has enlisted (Continued From their chaperon. paroat and
Page One)
lion with the revival and a special ot Bag of TS countries little league baseball Hold, David! I. Holland. M, of Hol
for commercial purpose) my orgamied. trained and directed prayer service will be held Clark Stan Earnest D. (Bud) whore the Luthwaa Hour is trandpareata. is the Theta Cola fill said The .beginners. elaesM land MbM., and Capt. M.lvla

have to be established. many sates. organisations March 21, the eve of the reviv Dixon Paul Vaughn. board was a highlight of the Court on the Cyproos Gardens U b, gin at T:30 o'clock sad J. ICorslor. M. of ..............
Introduced by Jim Owen He has been: the sir Road.
program on Tax Assessor: Jam. linden, program. The mesa chlMren'a the intermediate cours will follow Tede,'. nee reiterated UM
chairman BurgMi aaid Inc line Wlaehaupt ean sell alEach night's service will begin Ralph J. Rout choir sang "All Depends on The winner will rooaiv a at > 30 settler Mime Ma of tile United I
there have been no unbiased Yet his he loves to teach and make at 1:30: o'clock. The public County Judge: Richard A. Our Possessing" and the mast scholarship to be ghee by tileU.S A fee of tie will be Charged State that UM plan was I

pictures painted of the economic training available to ambitious has been Invited to attend. Brooson. adult choir offered, "Awake, Cheerbaders. Asaoriatien. :.>. the. entire court which will not on M ** MM|. mi*.
scope of fishing in a community mea and women who Tax Collector:: Stark F. Gfan Thou Spirit, Bold and Daring" Sixty on* girls were entered be hu ht by Paul Weltsenkorn. aloe I
how the value of sincerely believe what bualneasneeds Jr., Charles L. Cooper George and "Christ is Our Comer- 1.1 the preliminaries and were j; Lakeland The' U S. Embassy hr said

sports fishing would compare,, right" now is better salesmanship House Approves K. Miller, H bon Strain, J. B. Haw" The mass choirs, madeup Judged by Mayor RMiard Anyone w.Mng to enter their the note cmtaliwd these male
say, with an industry employ. The Thornhill Jr.Supervisor. of choirs of Missouri Synod Dantsler. Mrs Richard D. dog in the court should contact points
Ing 1,000 persons. sales clinic will be held Surgeon's Plea of Registration: Lutheran church of Central Pep. Sr. and J D. Hill : the Recreation Department "Further delay in release and

He described the way lakes on Tuesday Wednesday andThursday. Blanche M. Work, J. & (Ed) Florida, were directed by Mr. The contest la being Jointly or be at the filed Monday return of the crewmen clearly
go in and out of productivity offish March 24, 25 and WASHINGTON (UPI) The Holly, H. L. (Shorty) Palmer Wesley itrodertut. Minister of sponsored by the Winter Haven night Hill ..ald.ME jeopardizes possibilities for espandlnn >
26 from 8 to 1:50: a.m. at the House
passed a special bill Chamber of
because of Commerce and Cypress

environmental James R. Mclver. Male Trinity Church Orlan areas of U -Soviet\ co-
reasons, sometimes and sometimes Kits Theater on Central Ave. Tuesday that will allow a highly County Solicitor: Gordon Mac- Gardens ( ('P TINEALBANY operation and can affect pro

hot controllable, and told skilled Cuban exile surgeon now Calla do.In the regular Sunday morning Cheerleaders will be admittedfree N.Y (UPI-Gov I Mt efforts In cooperation In
how the working as a clerk to return to of charge, along with their Nelson Rockefeller various fields
fishing character of County Surveyor William A. worship service, the sermon signed a \bill
Lake Apopka had changed over Junior CollegeContinued the practice. of medicine.Dr Read Jr.Justice. was preached by Dr. John dates to see the contest Sunday Tuesday that would permit Sun. 'As U S officials have prevfnutlv

recent years. ( From Page One) Cuban Gabriel A. Sanchez, a of the Peace District Behnktn, Honorary: President The contestants will each nay sports in New York to be 'I 0 stated both here and la
exile who lives Orlando
Also at the meeting, Dr. had at 1: Virgil L. Womble George T. of the Lutheran Church-Mis- lead three cheers with" Junior tin al i oft p.m. Instead of Washington the aircraft was
George "Patrick Supt. of Schools Shelley Boone, ineligible to prac.tin Harned. and senior high school cheerleaders 2 pm._ I not on an Intelligence') mission.
O'Leary"Graf and the Winter Haven backers medicine in Florida be. tourl Synod. The Junior Choir -
who had been Justice of the Peace District doing the rooting .L
of the local site, which Includethe cause he is not a U.S. citizen. anthem was "Loving Shepherdof
2.: Henry Mitchell
of the club's piece of the Blarney
Thy Shcrp" and the Church
Chamber of Commerce and
stone for the past year, city commission, which offered ,I S-:Justice Frank of C. the )Peace District Choir sang a special anthem 3 In TrainingContinued
Stanley Jr.
presented the relic to Andrew the city-owned golf course to i Sale Of Parcels Justice of the Peace District "Jerusalem Road" which was ( GENTRY GLASSand
"Patrick O'Reilly" Ireland as the school board for the college. written by the late Dr. Carl ( From Pap On)
part of the club's traditional I([Continued From Page One 4: Walter G. Bell, Etoy (Del)
Ground rules have been set ) Delgado. Youngdahl head of the Music Imalely one year In th*training Mirror Co.
St Patrick's day observance. for the meeting with Dr. Wat- Station No. 3. Justice of the Peace DistrictS Department of Augustana College program before being given
Coach Calvin Triplett of Win. tenbarger, who betidebeing The ordinance., effective In : Thomas M. Langston. for many years and choir permanent asilgnmtnts. it is I.I e Sliding Glass Door Service

ter Haven High School was In. chairman of the survey com 30 days, involve: Making the Constable District 1: At H. director at Grace Church before State Farm employmentpollcy Store Fronts
ducted as a new member by notices his death The Church Attendance to give preference to localrelld.nl.
mittee, Is the stste's leading regulations regarding Young, Marvin Howard
Lon. .
N. L. Van Duyne, assisted wh.nvr Tops
by authority on junior colleges, be. :for toning hearings the same nie McClelland. Crusade card were possible
Dick Dantzler. according to Grafton, and thecompen Door Mirrors
for board and distributed and again placed
Ing director of the Junior Cot'loge i planning Constable District I: Harry ,'
Glen Hicks and George Par Division of the State Department commission; allowing home E. Godwin P. B. Hendrick. upon the altar. these three Is polk proud( to welcome 1170 AYE I. N.W. 292.1706! |
rountlan, he
tin Jr.
reported on progress of of Public Instruction 'I operated beauty parlors in Flo Constable District 3:: Roscoe The final Wednesday evening aald
the seventh annual talent show, Each board member will be :I rence Villa with special approval Thornhill, Ed Williams, Tobe Lenten Service will be held
slated for Nora Mayo Hall Friday given an opportunity to ask I by the board of adjustment; Acree. this evening at 1:30: p m The --- -

April 3. questions, the five members i I setting private detective licenses Constable District t: Leon church choir will rehears Immediately
County Agent Jack McKown, being allotted 20 minutes each. 'I at $50; dedicating streets, Thornhill, Clarence H. Duncan following the aer I;;
who was a vlaitor from the Each community Involved will I alleys, easement and the like Constable District S: A. A. vice. -
Bartow Kiwanls club urged attendance be given five minutes for questions. I In Wedgwood Terrace, a new Ready, Morris Combee, Wil The Cub Scout Pack of Grace
at the Polk County i development liam (Bill) Kitchens. Church will meet Thursday

Youth Fair In the county seat The meeting will be held In The commission approved a Stat office with local interest evening at 1:30: p m In the

later this week.Pre'ldent the school board's regular I resolution asking the State Include: Parish Hall for a covered-dish I 1 1b
James W Gray Jr., meeting room which Is also I Came: and Fresh Water Fish United Slates Senate: supper Boys 110 and their w
reminded club members to the meeting room of the county
bring their wives for "Ladies commissioners, in the courthouse i mercial fishing in the city lakes tow, Brallry Odham of Orlando, the meeting the highlight of
Day" next Tuesday to Join the annex immediately west i and those adjacent It approved Democrats, and Claude R. which will be a 'powwow
club In Its annual Easter pro of the court house. I the: closing of 100 feet of Quick Kirk Jr. Republican The congregation' Stewardship of Winner Haven

gram. five in the Maddox subdivisionIn Seventh District Conareas.- .Committee will meet
Florence Villa, but postponed man: James A. Haley of Sarasots Thursday evening at I 00 p.m

action on a requestBordo of,I Democrat.: In the Library Conference
and Coca-Cols to close I Burns of f room.
Ave. Q SV between Fifth and Jacksonville Fred Bud DIck. The Ith Grade ConfirmationClass
inson of West Palm
hearing Beach, Rob will meet Saturday at
Seventh St* until a public
MOST POLICIES OUR POLICY is held which the commission ert King High of Miami Frederick 1:00: a.m. The Rite of tontir.m.Uon .
B. Karl of
.. Dayton Beach
COST- ito.to $1 '.$o COSTS $a per $1000 A request scheduled mad for by April Attorney 14. E.Scott(Jack Kelly) Mathews of Lakeland of, Jack'John nineteen will memb.rt'of be bestowed tills clsss upon

$1000 COVERSCOVER Hal Connor on behalf of the sonvill on Palm Sunday In the morning
per ; and Ken
for worship service at 10:30 The Specialized Job Saplnoi and Loan
"p4 Winter Haven Hospital pav Folks of Orlando, f{. B. Fosterof : Assoctetloni
II,healae. ing a plot north of the hospital, Fort am
Myers Beach
emlwl theft win*
-fire. tghr.iq. ...... sec. trail ..rtk> to be used for employ parkIng Charles R Holley of Sl Peters- Members of Grace Churchare
.>'|1..!.., riwft. wlll40 quake, used, dalag wlU be turned over to the burg Republicans. reminded of the Holy Wok
**.,_, hail!, ....hllll.5.. eater. .I.... malkl.n county which has paved other Secretary of Stat: Tom Adams schedule of services' Maunday
f14, rh'4! eat, mischief er ......Ii... hospital property. Th hospital of Tallahassee, Democrat Thursday, March M at 7:30:
.. maicl..s nibcktof
er >.....11.! .. folUh (r.lull tli) ttmmttlft clrcraft,,rUt.1ItIIfoo er needs the additional parkingand Comptroller: Ray E. Greenof p.m? a service of Holy Com

Inreft, rl.l *i toil. ./tth.rp. er 1eeII. also proposes a trip.plate- Tallahassee Democrat munlon; Good Friday March
.....etl.., ClMTMl die .*. *f cues. operated traffic light at the en- Commissioner of Agriculture: 27, at T 30 p.m.. the Tenebra
= *r lMk.* *f trance to the lot on First St., Doyle Conner of Tallahassee, Service the Easter Sunrise
which the city Is asked to fur Democrat Service. March 29 at 4:00 s.m.

O Miter' IM .* > was I I. O* **mili.t e.lliala nlsh TM proposed parking lot Stat Treasurer: J. Edwin and the Easter Festival Service .
Mr Mr**1100.* Mtf ITyM mtnk.tn .MMMli Is owned by the hospital Larson of Tallahassee, Democrat at 10:30: a m.

!tat! ,,,..H>r,.l..d N h':: feratwNr ass: 2. L.a..f alll__sa)11241 Action on the Mather petition Afternoon Religious Classes I \
r r+. lei w t for retorting was postponed until Attorney General: Earl Fair- will not meet for the nt two I
ewe.. i.r:.. a n real.:: J. .1Ie d.p.rlmase the full commission could cloth of Miami, and James W. successive Mondays, they will
s..we aw rahln M v. .j nlmtontmnt. If 1001 be present Commissioners J. Kynes of Tallahassee, Demo resume April 0. ,

EARLE W. DAY & CO. were D. Hill usable and to be Tom on hand Turnbull forth crats.State Superlntendant of Pub i I Inh, I

hearing which had been lic InstructionTom D. Bailey LegionnairesContinued 4"
,. o. 101 2SI1 St. Petmburo. Florida 33733 scheduled at 10 a.m. of Tallahassee, Democrat
Also postponed for further Florida Public Utilities Commlssloner. ( From Page One) _

study was a request by Mike : Edwin L. (Ed) mender Bill Clarke and the i
'Jtttmnll4ttffnlluwShoppers' Trabulsy for revision of the ordinance Mason of Tallahassee, and orange cap and national Com"Ind. .

prohibiting minors in Phillip 8. Brewer of Miami, *"', card and afar andbar PIII I1IIi
billiard parlors and banning uemocrau.SU 10 flrat Vic Commander ,
Sunday operation Trabulsy e Attorney Tenth Jurlclal Don Kohlr for their work la
Convenience operation CIrcuit. Glen Daily of Lake curing many new m.mbrs
plans a familytypo Wales, aDd Edward C. Flood of for the pod.
similar to those of bowling alleys Bartow.
GUIDE TO in a building nest to the Public defender The post successfully operate
lOA Market on Cypress Car- del Circuit Lee Tenth Judl- ed a food booth si, the rcm i

dens Road ,11 would be a place Jr. of Lake :Wales. Democrat Roy Horton Citrus 'l po ition, with th*
'Winter Haven would be proudto Slat Senator woman's auxiliary cooperating,
Seventh Sena They also reported rclvlng i
have. Trabulsy said. total
Quilian 8. Vany letter from Dick Klund, bust.MS .
Commissioner Virginia Foley c. of Lakeland, Ben
I Grif manager of tile Miami
II Miller was In favor of making fin of
I Frostproof, Charles Cur. Vanguard drum and butt r
the necessary changes In the U. of Bartow. Democrats; and corps, thanking the poet and the
IN GREATER ordinance at one, but Commissioner 5TnO'V' Auburn people of Winter Haves "tor
Steel urged ,
Hughes Republican your Inc w.komundl1olpllaa.
further study, particularly by Members, House .
of Reor Ufo siitdd thai croup on their
WINTER HAVENttnmmnunflflll the planning board. Mayor talivs: Croup J: Lawtoa visit, to the citrus exposition
Dantzler also was concerned as M. ChflM Jr. of Lakeland. Dem the weekend of Marek 7.'. Th
to whether revision of the ordinance ocrat; and James R. West of corp. marched.. the parade sad
would permit other billiard Lakeland. Republican! also played at tb* Press Pro
parlors, when drinks Ire Group Z: Ray Mattor of Wba- view dinner that nlgh
sold to let minors In and open tar Unto, Q. Quitmaa Quinn Among the Pita al the
on Sunday City Attorney Peter of Bartow. and Jack L L Tire tether-son diniwr wr flax
Kalogridla win research die ner of Anburndale, Democrats. Koffmaa and his son /o, ih* Perhaps Your Home

legal aspects of the proposed Group I-: David B Hilda"d winner of lie local, era and
The bottom of Frostproot, district oratorical contests
change In th!* Kbge'
planning board will be asked wood Sprou Jr. ot L.ka Wake, sponsored by tile Lofton At a Needs ?
Wallace later date Hoffman and Improvement
L young
E'hoae to consider tile question at Its Storey 01 B.rtow, .
tile local .
Gene West of runner*-vp u the <
and the board Frostproof,
CY 35336 April I meeting, Democrats: ; and lt win b* honor guts ate
of adjustment has tt for eon 01( Auburad.le, Repubufa.Well special program of UM poet
sideratioa at the April f nett Do it have It done
log yourself or we can help

YOU CAN DEPEND ON Th commission approved IrUuUoa RESTAURANT SPECIAL with the financing. Then pay us back at your

paying tribuU to the

HAVEN APPLIANCESfor late John Calvin particularly convenience out of income.
for his work la helping Polk
quality sales and service ol Couafy get a junior toile,* STEAK SPECIAL



Over 30 yea,. of satisfied customers DRY CLEANING 97c

Mt w. CINTIAL Ali g:2.201: ::::.. SERVICE SIRLOIN

Flat Rile Diane
4:00 ,.... r. 1:00 P.M. OMIT

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POPE IS CITED-Gov. Farris Bryant pru.nts Dick BudgetTerms THRIFTI-CUT
Pop Sr., of Wint.r Haven with a citation/ for his workin
promoting Florida's participation in the N.w York
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IPncisco Must Win Tonight Sandy Koufax ug A Army Intangible

.r e. w' r..w..l'he night or the second-plaice ft Thinks He Can Blasts
first-place Sin Francisco Louis Hawks will have to lose- I torles in a season which DuquesneIn
krrtors will have to win lot o avoid a special playoff for I they set two years ago The

Swimming National the Western Basketball Division Association UUs to the I I.bleb Celtics UT downed.III Tuesday the New night. York in Improve I In 64

49th Street The Hawks kept the pressure Boston NIT I Tourney
inter Haven's nationwide I on the Warriors Tuesday night In the only other game
played Tuesday night the Los By CURT BLOCK
S. Open Black Bin Cham by trouncing the Detroit Pis
reship li being publicized this tons 115 11II The Warriors Angeles Lakers defeated the DM Sports Writer 1 VhW YORK (UPI)) Away and they hustled on every

ek in New York in the Fin- idle Now on th- last were Philadelphia Wers 1M IT. but Sandy Koufax spent most of lot ju.1\ defeated Duquesne chance."
day of
la Showcase in New York'sckefeller 'I the regular season, St Louis still finished with its poorest the put off season being .hi (171.:>. in overtime for Its ass. If you have to pick: one! hero
Center stands one game behind San season record IB three years praised, honored at testimonial met major upset In the National for the Cadets it had to be
On display on 49th Street, :Francisco 41 wins and 38 losses The Lak and receiving almost ('ven'aw.rd Invitation Tournament and Mike Sfflimaa, the sophomore
where ers were the defending Western baseball has to offer there was Taylor 'T....) Lackstraing
i>m NBC'i Today pro. 11 San Francisco !loses to center who had 29 points 1< in
>> Division shamptons This is great but raises the to explain what the word
am originate, it the chamonship :Philadelphia! and St. Louis de. r the second half
trophy, a placard and 'eats: Detroit The Tiers were beaten handl question where do you so from mt.nllble"llNne.. '
a one-lame pia, t "We just ran out of ;
cture of the prim along with 'c111.pound o ff win determine the Western and the Lakers bay night here? Apparently the Dodger The win was a repeat of Saturday the only comment Du
black bass The exhibit will be in the The Eastern Division win "up" tor the game with the be even better in 19M Bonsventure and moved the queens could make Willie Somersetwas Manning
ow window Warriors Monday when they "I've never thrown this well csdets:
throughout the Hers! the Boston Celtics closeout Into the NTT semifinals the high scorer for the
eek The 111-110 Hal Greer's list this early," Koufax ssid "Ileel
display was arranged their regular season ached- won on against Bradley New Mexico, Dukes with B points.
rough the promotions corn *.'e at Baltimore tonight A vic- second free threw. Oreer aleosrored real good a U-M victor over Drake In the
nittee of the Winter Haven t t t'hsmber ory will enable them to tie 94 points that night and The National League's most opening game Tuesday night, The opening game had an
of Commerce Mr NRA fxMHyt for teammate Johnny Kerr hit for valuable player, pitched the will meet New York University equally exciting finish with
most vie\
1.. first five Innings In the In the other semifinal Thursday Drake rallying from a 10-polnt

Bet Greer and Kerr only scored Dodgers' 5-3 victory over the evening at Madison Square deficit with 4:41: left Usinga
Fon't On Own Horse 12 points between them Tuesday New York Meta Tuesday and Garden full court press, the Bulldogs

night against the Lakera gave only two hits, no runs and win managed to cut the score to
Army's Tuesday night
and their combined playing! struck out seven His control (160 but lour straight free
after the Cadets had fallen
I Especially In NFL RaceBy time was less than a full game was right out of the middle of came behind by II points late In throws by Dick Ellis gave the
Paul Neumann and AI Bianchl August as he failed to walk a11I11I the first period and by IS at Lobos their win.

carried the scoring load with Hand to go along with the three halftlme Fourth.seeded New Mexico

OSCAR FRALEY Rozelle charged that Karras 21 points respectively perfect frames he hurled in _. -ear 'How do I explain It?" the had opened the lead by using
UPI Sport Writer had met individuals described The Hawks had four players Mexico over the weekend ------- 27.year old Locke Bald "Well a deliberate offense which

MIAMI (TJPI-Psul) Hornung by police as "known hoodlums"and with 20 points or more in their Jay Hook, the Met starter BASKETBALL AWARDS-Sylvia Stuart, left, won the boys at the Academy don't like quickly alienated Garden tans

wasn't particularly surprised he "continued associatingwith win over the Pistons Tuesday and loser gave. up four runs in good iportimanihlp trophy r In the Winter Haven Recreation to be humiliated and Duquesnedid
when the news came to him these individuals after night: Cliff Hsgan with 24 Bob three Innings while his fielders Department's women s basketball league' this peat a parity food Job in the
that he and Alex Karras bad learning of their backgrounds Pettit and Len Wilkens with 23 committed two miscues behind In first half" SPECIAL10CoL
taaton. team standings, Judy Peacock, center, accepted
been reinstated by National and Zelmo Beat with 20. De him
and habits In other words Locke was
Football League CommissionerPete troll's Bailey HoweU who had The St Loul Cardinal, the the league iscond-place trophy far the Winter trying to say that the half.time Clary Electric
fondle after a year's suspension Hornung over a period of five 20 points to lead the Pistons, hiton Dodgers' most serious contend Haven Independents end Martha Post accepted the tro- Intermission turned into an athletic

on gambling charges. years made bets of from $100 12 points In a row during a I er won their fourth in a row phy for firit-place Bartow Recreation history lesson for his Cadets ADDING MACHINE

"It's wonderful news, of to $500 lie also counseled a second.half Piston rally that and snapped a Cincinnati winning and the chief topic concerned .
course," said the Green Bay friend who was a West Coast fell short streak at three with a 1-4 Army comebacks
Packer halfback "But we met businessman and, demonstrating win at Tampa Harry Fanok Kansas State ProblemFor It must have been Impressive $9500

with Rozelle 10 days ago and I the scope of their play, Dick Hughes, Dick LeMaf and because Army's performance in
suspected the suspension would Rozelle's report said they "nor Brigham A Cops Barnef Schultz shared the the second half was brilliant STANDARD

be lifted. mally talked by telephone pitching chores and limited the and left Garden followers completely

So did everybody else because twice a week." Title, Seek Loop Reds to seven hits, including Top-Ranked Bruins surprised OFFICE EQUIPMENT

the general feeling was Rozelle had to knock this type Win Vada Pinson's first spring home The defense did it," Locke 110 THIRD IT.. ".W,
that if all facets of the case of action completely out of the Tourney run. Outfielder Tommy Harper, said. "It was a lot better They tti-mo

bad been revealed, and there box. Association with "known Behind pint'sited Donnie Willis being given a look at third KANSAS CITY. Mo (UPI) The two team meet Friday force Duquesne Into bad plays!

was no reason to suspect that hoodlums' and-or wagers of the the Brigham A basketball base, was charged with a j John Wooden, coach of top. i In flag national semifinals otthe
they weren't, then the period In side announced not only were team claimed the Winter Havenarea throwing error as the Cards i Inked and undefeated UCLA, NCAA basketball tournament
-ackc'oth' and ashes without breaches of the player contracts grade school championship scored their final run to the I s worried about unranked an Duke and Michiganplay Tampa Wholesale Plumbing & Supply
and In the other semifinal
: league constitution .
any time limit seemed pretty and now move Into the eighth Inning I Five times beaten Kansas
strong stuff.Hornung but produced a hurricane of conference tournament instslled The San Francisco Giantswon State game Of Winter Hana- -
whispers which threatened the their eighth In nine Despite the fact( that UCLA Velvet ft Fittings,
and Karras, tht as the favorite. starts, Headquarters for-All Types Pipes,
whole structure of pro foot 43, over Boston Rookie whipped Kansas State T8TS during INDUSTRIAL DISTRIIUTOR
massive Detroit Lion tackle High scoring Willis led bl.te.m a right- DiamondmenLose CRAM
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Everybody bets on his own amount of betting "action" on played no little part in the to live the victory for Bob handle tough team to behind Ula ..... *Mft.n
horse pro football games And it must Brigham A team effort Hendley who worked the first Pat Sims, pitcher for Tarn- conference gave call two Tuesday reasons with Ina CALLA C OLLECT 214.42447 WINTER HAVEN

This is not to condone a be significant of something or The tournament begins tomorrow six innings Willie McCovey hade |>a'. Plant Panthers, came within .
the coaches
pro of the
grldder in making a wager on other that except for one season with two games at lb three of the Giants 10 hits. I two outs in the top of the teems: three other _.-----. -......,.,."... -

his own team. The rules ssy when he won $1,500, Ito high school gym and resumes la ether games! The Chicago I seventh Inning yesterday of a Kansas State will have

you can't, so you don't. Hor- Hit sung broke even on his betting Monday with two more con Cubs blanked the Los AngelesAngelo |perfect l game Sims had givenup practically a home court advantage NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
sung and Karras admitted they advice it would seem tells At 3 p.m. tomorrow 20, on three hits Bob i no hits and no walks when in the Municipal Audi
GIG. didn't even DIV for the...- r"nhnn"* Brigham A tackles with Wan- Buhl and rookie Sterling 1 Blue Devil Del Reese blotto torlum hers

Their sin In the eyes of the calls to the oi.n: nets and st 4 o'clock Brighamplays B Slaughter. pitched no hit ball i I a single !Into right center -. Dave Nelson, a 5 foot I Under New Management
I NFL had to do with the size Anyhow, Roztlle asserted Lake Shlpp. Monday at while Cal Koonce gave up all The one hit was not enough forward who scored tl points
and consistency of their betting that both men have a "clear > p.m. Garner A faces Inwood three ssfetles Detroit's Norm :I(for victory for the locals as against UCLA when the teams

plus sssoclation with certain understanding of the" seriousness and st 4 it Is Garner B versus Cash bitted In five runs with a I t they lost 10( to the Panthers last met, now can't even make CYPRESS LOUNGE
sordid citizens of the offenses. Of this Snivel,. home run and a douHe to lead The Plant run cams on a homer the starting lineup with Kansai
you may be certain Eld: ) l The winners in the above the 1'I2er'l to an 12 lriumri! by Dennis Gordon
KaGarairad& +nUtdtat.be..test ,', : Stale, inn ON TAPed
had wagered on games but subsequently ) s yen'ot'plsjM.and'pay./ matches will be paired for the over Philadelphia. v Bobby Downs, the?WinterItsven Ironically, second ranked

said he never bet all The ii most that satisfying part of it semlflnsls Tuesday The finals Minnesota bombed the Van hurler, gate up three hits, Michigan and fourth rank Air Conditioned Open I 11 I .,m, to 12 p.m
"more than a pack of cigarettes both men escaped are set for Wednesday at 1:30: keen best raking Whiter Ford, one walk, and struck out five Duke also met during the pas(
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that he had placed "at least six were distipllned and they paid M"sine comer Felipe Alou and Rico
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EASTER Ward I'ARTM HERVlChi lor Klrby and. REPAIR, rtnanclniavailabl LAKEFRONT FURNISHED ROOM allractlv. well built Lake ElolM., 17-U
lUictralui and all otkir. W. R Helm, Gen- APARTMENT. TV. utllltle In- houa Hardwood floor*, furnace.arporte .
NO FEE Hoover Contractor. 35 elude. RtaMnabl. weekly rate.HLL1E8 hlfh landasaped eo.r.Bmall .
SPECIAL APPRAISAL CLEARANCESALE Km tilckup, delivery and wtlnatM .> Y115h701dlne MOTEU a7tM. 17-M ( lakevlew. I.$. 127 Led St. For Sale

I Cold MORTGAGES KEYNOLDS VACUUMLEANY I 50.00 PER MONTH. Clean prlrat )Hind*._11-10 ReUrementSpecial
Creml FIRST orl'S7' : ;R IERVICE.: : pnom TREE SERVICETRIMMINO. trailer with screened porch, B

FIRST MORTGAGE CY M3K1. t-Apr. I water and electricity! fumlilwd.FIRST S BEDROOM BOUSE !
Wave DOWN t.ke Blue
CORP.of alllll toth 86. NW deer ''

WINTER HAVEN Prices Ranging! From CAVITY. DEMOBBING tl-TI' teady for Immediate occupany bed
furnished 2
$9.95 51* Central Av., CY S-S1S1 us up to Hoe SWAP SHOP CABLING. RB-SBTTINO. Built-in range, awning Completely
Carltos Complete' Pra Esilmatee.Cell FLOOR ApartmmL Walklog home In N.E. section, located
27 To Pick From -
LUKE SERVICE.CY distant to lowe Uk. Cleal windowi. full tile bath terrazzo between three lake. Hu living

COMPLETE!: WITH HAIRCUTAND l.at #B BUY 1EU. TRADE sap .-.... u-Apr. 10 sod quiet. Adult plena. Ml HTIBEDROOM AT*: loon, screened porch room, kitchen bath, back
i, NW.
STYLING PlnckneyOldsmobllo of .alu.. GOPHER HOLE Work -
thing ,.. Cabllni. Ctvltr
Front ...... Priced at f 1I..M ....11 M. screened porch &; carport Only
SWAP SHOP V... 17 eagle Lak and .radical'" work Grove ....rt...." Ground
CARLTON SOUTHEAST 31| Situation Wanted .., For hinge done right ..UMorw.n NE. 17-TI (6500. Terms If
CY ..,. It.. a2 care floor, out Av. L. after low eewi payment
BEAUTY SALON D* Nike 1.611 desired.Beasley .

...".... Shopping. PlaU WOULD Ilk* regular Job I days a Used Car Lot CAMP TRAILERS FURNISHED ur UNFURNIBHEIk.rTlClbNCIES DAN WINTERS Co.
wok (meld). CY ,. 17-11 : red IV* Bunder DeveloperCT
3rd St. at the
OPEN EVENINGSNo Corner Painting NI,. lame airy room -
EXPERIENCED E.eeuU" Bee,.. Convenltnily located In Old Poatallululing W4M 934 6th St. N.W. CY 3-2757
Appointment Necessary Lary d..lre All time work.. nr:1 water tower. RESERVE: : your camp traitor now Repairing Call CY MSU er CIBEDROOM \

CALL CY S1639llTF ..le Clip eprrleno.423-MIL J\e'on'i..e. Phone CY 3TN11. {i.,:: Supply ramnMr. llmltnl.vacation.Johiuon Pick .4111.. .T"I jerry Hareii ex insfTT WIDOW want buyer for her.l-bed-
At-pliant-.1-1125 Highway 1742I L J. McCOY Quality normanahlp. *- furnished bones I room I tale bath CB horn
WOULD Ilk. to chars my home **. Alfred. 10-Apr, 10 Iut. Cl .. and nuns Ith 81. In doles: 111.71 weeklyCT I workshop, large llrlng room,
with working girL Bhar *IMIUFull ib.. Phone Ct 1-41510. III Irk MM5. 12- TAKE UP PAYMENTS: ot 110000Bedroom Fla. room. Drapes thru-out. Air
NEW LADIESI I NEW oe prlvll.f.*. Aft,., 1:00: HirMt Jan-Pht-I Village 17-Tr .- bath on Slit St Call condition Built-in own range.low .
IK ..1110.I" il'UKUuMarriCH .- Tachometer CY HSU. dishwasher A nfrionlor. Many
baton 1.00: .m. :
lo) you have nice clothes 701caD't p.m. lHO Conu dote l cable MOVING TWIN droom and bath. Ontl ll-l'j urn feaWn.. Laundry room. ohs-
L A J Servie IC.a1I'it'V .. SW: TELEVISION REPAIRSJORDAN' man ferrod. April Ut CYIMU FAMILY NOME well. Win mil below oot.Would .
wear? \.' MOK: 1-TIT CTre t-8331. KM Ave. O, NO. WELL BUILT HOUSE 4-Brd-I omebody pl"'ae come *
IVORY BROTHERS ia-34 room I the ...,..., walking die-. look at It and make m* en offer,
Well dont despair! : \4)) Lost & Found COMPANY SERVICENORTH all shoots' ihopplnc. Located at 1014 Inman Tirraoe
Station Wagon.Trade MO VINO SALES *
DM TV tioneo..o
Julia Bt, ILL STIM.IS-
Let ui resell them for you for m ton truck or cuh. Atom ALLIED VAN GATE SHOPPING A PARTICULAR CY 4-1UI

\t. M% RETURN BLACK, mal toy yoodl.. Lost Saturday '4110.00. 171 Ith 8L Lak Ids 1S-W Local: ,Lone Storai dlitane. : CENTER MM50IrASTEST APART PEOPLE: MENTS: 1. FOR I. A I bedroom ",Ap,. I MS Lake Link Dr. III:. LAKE-

.. We Clean And Press b.tweu Isle Allrad and Call CoiUcI M17MSWarchoua Phono. SERVICE: : IN SOUTH BO WEN MOTOR LODGE. Hwy. 17, VIEW:: I lane. bedroom.111..
In vlelnlty of boat rao TV t-Tir Lara fully eaulooed kitchen
Aubumdal Air BaM lorth. bath
Oil. t-n home I vacant
AH Garments **, rind rplaM contact G.orleO..dcer ((9)) Business OpportunityFOR 27-Msr. 17 Need buyer NOW. My Including dlihwaeher. Separatedin
Lakeview -
17-11 .... I bedMMM completely lurnlihed." room lira
FR nam. WINTER Inn roam Uvlnai
The Encore Shop - -. - .1.'v! .* iiel. with dock. prlvlleno on Lak _.__ P7ottda room. attached rer:7" *
i IIIIIi---- a Eloise. a-bedraom, CB home Air .w-IM..io.;, eloeettoundiw .
WEXT. TO WORG VILLAGE. POUND' 1n.rrlptlan ria..... black CALBt. uteri Small Good Weeurn budne AutoAewiclat - arallaM K*April AT*. H.11 ILL $WW) conditioned, many other teeter.. ( ; + room: well and .orto.....,..
IaTb.mmrwAY -:::_ I 1S-TI tit.too. 11.000 down 17100per neichborhoodi: walk
creme. month an v ,*. ...111.. Only quiet doelraMe
!t- SHOPPING Crory'*, Contact New Chl*'lld-=iiIfy C.Im location. Rent ni-1414* Night Articles For Sale 10)I ) Articles For Sale month. Call CY 4-1UI or come In* ...,..... to echoole. .'HA valu
phone [
} ( pay for ad. li-. n.lI31.* l1-Msr. U ((10)) o 1404 14th St., SE. 1711BETIBEMENT atlon IU.OOO. CT 4-U7I. 11.aO
CENTER I' For Sale Rev
.n.AI or
) for
week ftrlce
Otrman8h.ph.rd I
Black and rd Ill.eOt *
: Or Can CY W40SIT Pollr. Doe Nam. I Is"Blemark" MOTEL II units, I yean old. Dresses : HOME: lisle horn that need abeulutely
( Call Tni Rot i iI1U7 STO.utw IllUUO down. Beet ..... Wholesale To All f1\. MISS SUM 7. Llk.W. Larf living room I-bedrooma Ibath no ....Ir. There. are It..... I* all
t' REWARD.: 1m I'melon I. Winter N".... CY 15371.2TI. IIM up. au-m anr 1.0il'ondV : FOR SALE OR RENT WITH ., kitchen. with built-in oven, .1...... celled.. heat In both bathe.
uttlly In the
and dlthwaaber, dinette hancln. lurbl
PALMIIITPtyrhM 1 11.111. OPTION TO BUT Own. ton range a .r
: I Complete new 11 pc. Uvlaf Newly decorated ,.bed. t room and Florida room onto a dlnln room which adloln the
Reader Tell FUTURB.Auver rour. I' BEAUTY OPERATOR. I $1M.M room.forced l-bath lakeTlew. ew lane creened ...tlo. Don't dwlde patio tttrouKh double elldlni door
TrailersHAVE WANTED room group
PREaENT House doublecaroorte.
PAST ((5)) mitchin chair : mndltbed. 5iev until have Men 11: Aluchua beautiful built-in kitchen
11 In owning your ti air you .
and all qu loni. Ar yon Intended \ and : driving itrlo.eeded
any 4"l. "1041. 4-TF concrete
.. CY
I Drive. POW ILab. Del SE.: Phone
World troubled or In doubt conault own hop at a reaaonabl price.Writ T PC. New DINETTE 49.U III N Ml Spring Lake Tmc4N Blltmore 1"" lawn hrubberv.. lake aoeew -
Ale peychle lady Located 'between Box A-1MH. rio N.wChl .fA N. attar t:0* P.MW J..I. and ehade t..e*. Thl cannot
Aubumdale Md Lakeland on NEW STOCK OP SKYLINE C I1-U S PC. New DINETTE I33.H WOWeelWhat be duolloaied Call Chuck B.
MU M7U. MOBILE HOMES. One two bed + *
Nlehw OPEN.ItOtl.L Phon.- p.m. BvrpOM > rooms on* with bath and H, AIM SOFA fc CHAIR $7"5 BQ IT. NKW OAK Pamu (12-C) Mortgage Loam CO I"roem"lCJIOICNTHAI.ER M4-I1H Nleht and week. -ends
a-Apr, t good seed Pacmakr with nice VBRY GOOD CASH INVEWT- flooring MOO. Phone 311641 B 21W1t11i. 11-30
Wleore !! 21U611 or
awnlnf and air eondltlontr.I PALM )aNT ","n'. A HarvestReitaurant TABLE Lamp. Etc. $1.00 Up I ( A Buy
..rYIC..... In touch SHORES MOBILE VILLAGE E.rtat U8 W. llalnee Blvd ,1- lie DOWN
KEEP your !
with all th. Hometrwn New by Lake Alfred on No M. 10-TF Lak. Alfred. Centrally located 1 WAREHOUSE FURNITURE FREE: RIPE Valencia, Oranges blue- fIItII1111111111i1111t11111111111111111111Mortgage to: Draittcally Reduced Llk* New Concrete Block Horn
Bid*.), fully cqulpneitetahllihed II UO a pwk .
him the Winter Haven (Ute'e[ Chert. IIcComlORe.IIot.re4
ending Nw-ChUf Special rate IBM NASHUA Traitor r t M'. t- bu.I..... Rent veryreaaonabl SALES "' 100. doan. Cal I loans) Broker :
I Dally month I $3.10.. CftU CY Hint new.TP. Bedroom ihow.r and tub |IMO: *. For appointment con-. CY 3.MM44AI CY 41115lamaI'WO !_ $2.000 Spacious S bedroom 2 I 333-3533

Jim McAlM, INI <
PM. I4-N CUSTOM" twin bdpraadi. Walking distance to stores & Furnltunins
Boat, Motor
CLOCK HEPAIB testier, eabana with boiled ot line Furniture.TMK 11000 a piece. _nil attractive Trallrre CY p-1117.
Work peP SMALL Room be pleated school Fla. room, LOTS OF LOTS'
Antlaue and lr"i''. PICK-UP lof..th.r eoMlructloa, $I30UOO FOLLY EQUIPPED KITE CLUB. ever paym.ni a* tow a* iJl.r I:00 ..... : lots of cabinet. CY "' 211. 17-21
anted lor Avnr' old. All block canaUUBIon Includ. reuse. e with the prompt cour kitchen with _
ISM aal* Snlv.ly. I 50 wMk
OrMn. or qukk yenr 14 por
Falrfa DttUVERY; N.>i. Open M r In the evening refer Perk t-lt Tk. low down payment CY electric rlrlrator all .Ilk. ..... FUEL OIL heater and tank. Oowcondltkm E trout ,",vice Air conditioned, fenced backyard SNOOOO Down buy n'.J.A lamlly
til t:00 pm. CY aaaL "Mar N S-111T. T. all or part.WAREHOUSEKUKN1TURK : compare. the clotlnjCMU. irrigation lyitem. horn* Central heat 1011161.11-34
110000 choice N. E. location.
IALE8. U Ith StreetNW block off of chain of lakes Only
& .
ALCOHOLICS ANONYHODBMuting (5-A) Moving Storage I ((10)) Articles For Sale Wl ; I ) For Rent, Unf. $18,900. Good termi. Owner

35.444t I lavlnct and loan type leaving for North. Wants Immediate 3 BR HOME
*. Tueeday .:II P.M.County I REFRIGERATOR lor sale In gooacadsbn.
H. llk DepartmentIrd IMPERIAL MOVING 4 STORAOB Pkon. CY Mill lilt E fiBaacltt, Insurance cornp4InT sale. Let me snow you
St led Ave. b. NW Prompt and arrielnt Mrrlc Call for SPINET PIANOSWant Are. E. NW 17-11 : loans or FHA In- this today before you buy any $7,900 :
..0. BQ ton Ill your I.-I whatever
: cured loana -
lor thing
;V MIN Provincial
CLASSiritO DISPLAY 4r Mi hoe Atlai yes U.... IM.wrvlnc a. wonderful aplnet. for thilovtlleat aieconomy FOR Dav SAUt..nport.: I VphoUttrad It Freaeh In ubby,, | your need, ice Truly an unusual value.
all N Mat*. 14-rr price' Blreep' have gold ..rI...*. I loam etch. Realty Co. this home
tan and
Brannew Beasley You must ice
you'v ever kin. Includ.jJe..\ ....... All. In .c Town &
guaranteed. on eat E CountryMortgage NW features a large 120
romplel. cllnt condition. 17100. CY KttM 134 Ith 8t, which
r. 161) Special Services for only |4TS Includlni a.la: J-M7I 135' lot with shallow well
delivery Choice ol handrubbeiducoralor : Corp. CT 1-Z757 er CT x
.wtarlMea001P5 rlJut.u mahogany' ANTIQUE DHK8IER ibr sale. double garage and carport.
.32eM phone : for homianowing SlonrI I CY M141E and
5 CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND without obligation or vl. IMOO. STI-Uln, Mm. aI-I. 277 Magnolia SUBURBAN lAYiNG separates dining room

.eut1T W.Hk. eM ALTERATIONS Blind itHehed It Streep' at 141 N. ora.... TF 2 nearly new air conditioners
modern qulpmenl. 1010 Hickory HAVILAND China Dinner Plata. E la Beautiful Total price 1s ",JOO
Jlwekt iggb VW CYr. Mrs E51.. inROULAWAV SlMraton poll..... Now N' .r.:r niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiit. of
..... .14-Me 14 BEL*-- Baby Bed I bees -.d. H.CO sod' HMTOt. ll-JD SUN ACRES with s down payment
of tTTJT
and payments
n-liar. it Have Comm.rclsi:: Highchalr., Chain Saw "- GARDEN COURT (13)) Real Estate For Sale homes $800 month. Located close
WILL, NOT be ,.......111''. for :1\"t.\ : 4Keeldentlal Floor ...I.h.ra U DO RAZING CENTRAL AVENUE Modern 3-3-t Bedroom per
I-debt* aontracled ether than my drafting.Bailefactlo RENT A""& 110I A... G. NW 15TIPOLY SCHOOL. Slat, plumbing tin I APARTMENTS11T are BOW under construction. : In. To see this home call

ewe from thl* day forward Oua.'oodDraft FOAM RUBBKrt I* turn typ ant all Mess lumbar, Mike Nolen toll..,.

Jack 1. OrayMar. Bldg' CY 4jl4MBVA or ahap" DISCOUNT PRIG all d.mlulona. antique brick window. ...11I.VMutlanbllixli. .. Isle. Ave B, NE Gold Medallion Select row lot floor plans or

17. 114 17-1t FORD TRIM SHOP Ml Av. fuMInf _IL CY I4M1 ..,tl.... other quality natures desired. LEIS BROS.

SERVICE Income Tee Phone ic-ai T R a III Tomato PlaatiRMonble QROCERY equipment for .... ONE MONTH'S RENT Display REALTORS
((2)) Help Wanted CT e-nea. mil ,Ave _r. William I Pea II Inclwllnc dairy ease, maal deN ALL I DAN WINTERS 12M Sixth 1M.. NW
SKRVICB .- Wren.u Wood-n Dr..11 Dundee RoadUk illclng. mortise,. .ltctrl saw, meat: roar round climate control
INCOME, Bualnee TAX Short or Long form Region ....._U-li block and .*. $H.10. 10-TP EUetrt: appliance alRctirement BtllOer o Developer (OppettU. North Gate)

.nt Income 1 creditcompulsion. heaterEirellent Per Me. CT 3-1413 84-nn

.J'iUII My offk. .. 11.00.r your"... U OAL RHEEM. .editl.e.hot water Iwo ONI! BUIINFA-I7.* ol.'lnf eolonddliplay May '::"rU.r. by arranciAUtt MaHls CT m-tsSX
.. home by nppolntment. U-TI HomesGarden Jerry Eve Des
1711245, ll-TI' ......._ MW. EM light I1IOD.and see CY1117.Warn.llctil 111I'tKD rest). 4UlsUTT

FOR SALE: Oeona Bterk Spinetplana. SERVICES

)III Opening lot Eiperlenced ((6-A) Animals? & Supplies hion*. Walnut CY l-ni*Mad._. by AEOLIAN 1W| RErRIOKRATOM . FURNISHED Sa -ISRNESMFURNISHED-r... S4

WaMMn DryonPrM Grove
recondltloaed m.. worliinllorm BY MANAGEMENTELeept
Brake & Quality I. *.r* TV Sell Mona
BLUE EYED: KITTENS: TREE *bu Not. All pre-packaged Close and color: Air Cm Electricity OPEN DAILY
Alignment ManUp bleak' 4 tiger *trlp not you AveAuburndal '. fully uaranlxd Terms individual MODELS DOWN i3-A Grovel
I eUM linn nee Bull 111 Artana $750 (; )
llouerbroken. Male Mid female.Call ; iifromQoilIn... Pmm t 21 H ft Uu.
MMO, I." II-T Uk. AlfradphnM PRONE Eatraace Jut .*. baH B Be
CY Ukl Can C*. "
to 41 'un" Age nt-iin N lee raiswiaT $7g PER
ehoBoUt Rug .4 Cypress GanleM ear TALL ci eeetlea IlaraeeSaV

JIuat be qualified to an types CHIHUAHUA and tan. S month female.old. ARC es5rlet.ted. FOR SALBs. I: MP a Feddef In perfect Air eondUon. Odltloner. ., 293-1703 Slate Road I4e ,, UM_:*.acre I well vewet with vaiaradiwlna .

: CT M**- 143, 11100. Phone ...... 1M. OM CALL Neat ai a pin i ?... lrrl mlto .bsa h wJrtJJd
--- ONE WhMlbamw' Spntyr. fflOOO Real Eatatena i a
-- Taws A Ouitry Other
align-ments Duch. : JOHN G. WOOD whittle 545.S wiU tern-
CYllt i '
EASTER PETS: Pupplea condition. Clean ai a sheet
: ...,.. Colored DOMESTIC: table type rwuuf m, 1711OET 11).11&1 aerea. u eraMee
B... SwanaSa. I U .
linn Ooellng C Florida tome term.tern
World'i Larl.e. r"_ Good 01"101I. $3000 I bedrooms, ...... 51 13. WA web
rent with the MloePerbeete. 1 .. -
job Chick H.""' .'". Whit n-i ASSOC. Inc. "4 ..... Call
; Rubber Company. Company Eta: For pete and petnipnlle a-nia. _.-- u.'t: camt Clee.IN room, dining room breakfast I huh cores 35 1
Ik.mPo.er 12-1211
hoepiUUiatloo *e* DOTY FARM I ..' CarpM Der.lepers 1 nook detached garage s
!I benefits toclude life tad StreetSW .. trtr.'c2'Itr with awrhaMf
OARDRN SUPPLY ttt Ith tl M (Mr day complete hath BtOtenM
Insurance, pension .l-nlO.: 1610 Blu .... John. Bobwd Har* t-BEDROOM.buJlt-ta. I .vea and rata 3-117 ..... 131I Convenient location \J'1'1IOXIII.TJLY': .0 QtaHM or

all free of coat to era-" PRINTING LEXICONNO. war 1711ainnr I ..OB.... M M eicelleai eeicbborhmd.Walking I between Lake II .._ -. ... to ,,-.1._ "' _
dteUare af Eleart ; UTTNO Elbert ATwateir 6U1t1Ft(14A

pie," Paid vacation and (7)( ) To Buy Or Trade I"I. f i STOCK Pig. Set *iMo* *tki rono tanr |lia.e SeVtlM. aa.m Martha....and.. ....Lake... .. .M on M II..8wllc
pick! leave Salary plus Md MW INSN, baleen DOWN' PAYMENT .*..* "va- uaicu at ei vrVRNISHED
eommuuloa above swage Relent ....ny r. tn. \*War M.M4... ITI.I*. TKHM $ 4-U.*. .BIU>RUOM CB ....... NmlaWd.I tor nat.. nMt. BUtiner .......... 158-5277.0- : You're
WIG IVY emS ........- end 1-P I. 111 -. Store 4 l *rt>,ratfir .esIl54Ms er ail anv U44WTfLRlDGE laUd for this and here tt ( ) Lots 1ar Acr'ICJeIJiIPIIOnD
48 hour work week promo- liken end M sell IMN aNdlawa tcretkaaxi M .y IIIsoorw.wM U MB ei- fc. IIIW '
and furniture Brook* Aopllanee. .-un",1t 571111 rw IS-TP Is. I nave the key
lion poaeibilltfcs .1 e e.ddy.0 eea dg.ste .
A Furniture. Ml Havoadato Blvd1TF k 4.... a... 4etNtsw1a NICKbe4l n hare.Carport. VIEW CaUMALCOLM LAKEFBOMTa
welch .
rUtlaf VERY
elr'r purpewo neeth e herb acsdel.
SEE H. D. HOWARD 1\\ _Ie .....'" TV eaAMn orf. OPEN BOVSCIBR. TCTREAVLTEVM. .. .SACRinrX.a eatfee SJMaa. writ.Mm .
WANT TO BUY ....1"'.. Well STAR PRt-M lion. CY yard. M. ** peak .* fIlM Pants. A-UM NeweOuet kV0
From 9 to 5 P.M. npled .motor.. CaU WO latTS I-TF 10 Ml AM A. NW Tf tW JTth St.. NW.31II Md14 Sea. CT l-seil

ATTENTION MOTE1AANTS REITVI' t-BEDROOM: wnrwniMwa hew and t-Bath IMO a*. It overall.IBath roa 1131 ta..e.0p./ eases
Evenings by Appointment aTC t w a W .* .... apartment **_ and *e.- _. bled dooMe sax let InUudhMt nnel>.a nmtm

18' Auto ot'v.I \ land phi I ataMI* ... Alee hrpeehed rmmW ATDKI( ..... 54. ... R ..0t .$.NS. 5.4bade. iree* ** g UT Unaed -
#. ....bV. = wan web rH REAL KS+ATa cT 4-lMS loWMfiCoUWTrTY277U Pemeee St. Lake Attve4.OMart .
rIHses.e.ee ........ This *.. <* **** *..* OM Ba..ndah. ) met lure mM MIles Dirt M'*M >ea 17*. Dew

G.. JiEAa BALM INS ........ Owl 1\ *<. PIMM_15133 1I._ ivw fOR RENT rmi OPTION'TOMTT m. a. Alreert M4. r let .af4 jNlJ | m rn'W? eaawrt. _MA meat _ta.0"
FOR .. i-aU CY t-t.MAuattai 1 + I a....reini. K.th ...e. rand w Ml er sal f 2 ) Ba CHOICe Rt3dD5Nftiz LOT .i
--'.. .. Owner .rta.W C13-IMI
SERVICE STORE I it-N Tt"1lnuJt N lIa........., ten. with 0 B. Wt1t-_ pON p OlHia* BMeV O.-
beMUIUi fcenei auk ..,. .""""'- nor ,I 1-Y.eN
-- I Make CYMTUWktU.
311.3129 .. Call SH-ans,
CY MIM II4&UIIOY 11f I v trrPeCJe
111 Ave. A, NW 1501 NeaJy rsr 4-aeater B ii rh ter eevernl avl* t;: ==- i.
"..MI I and ......./ ,,-- 35aeesL lwiaN 51., I N pew



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Class Ads I PONYTAIL 396165? rbu o.N'T'Tile _T tai so air BIlILS, vbLN8 JUST
11ld Shotgun Toting MISBAL'e 4A01MIo A +ARV R kip CCIN4 IACKTdIT MIN T1r DIIftlRlrlCb1lIrWIur4

0 ttltl.l. R YAN 1000 JOB IN AM 5401*. A ISR..AWTA14p
w stsp.Or. op R ELL $M0W x US A CAPTAsN
((14-A$ ) &Ufc 4 hr..,. Prison Escaper 30

LakefrontAoreage 5M

L1ia Makes FBI List

over I Acre Laid and 1MQFt WASHINGTON (UPI 1WB

LaaalNMt on Lake PierceKMeataaa Uam Beverly Hughes" a that M

UoMjr maker for Inreetar gun.toting prison escaper with I II

or dtvatopw. BARGAIN police record that began IB

PRICE UMOO. Termi the Army and itretchci tlu'otIPl

SEE five states. was placed today OB,
the FBI'i Hat of 10 most waated I

James H. Cross fugitive Hughes hat bean rough dace A6YYUN NP

June 3 1861, when he fM la Y J.tY!

Realtor a elate owned truck from) a
.O$ 0Ow branch of Alabama' KlfcVjr pri- 0 fYlQ /

Office :J-A 3rd SL 8.W. ton at Montgomery He was _

Ph. CT 4M44 serving a 20-year sentence for f T i iArr D
armed robbery.

_1711 "Since ba wai armed with t

sswed-off shotgun during commission -
Lou In Sonnr Oera Ire. adlaeenlI
Camo Law and Camp Mac of a robbery he should
M prtvat water war Into Klaelra
HIM River Llihte. water ....... be considered extremely danger-
and teleokone' Mr. Clyde Lund* out" the FBI laid
III! It Laka Shloo. t>r, CY 4 tlTS: The year-old, Hoot hat

__U-* d1 KW F..r.dt... ion w"M d.h. 0.t : a heart pierced by a
hit right arm and a
SACRIFICE "If he thinks I'm running after him, he's crazy mermaid on hit left forearm.

CANADA and I've called him four tunes today and Hughei' criminal record bean .

told him )ko!" ( in August 1948 when he ---
M I7S ,.
wit in the Army He receiveda _s As ml euuo oesee Tile aees'4cZ Mlwun.ursn
oneyeir sentence for carrying Idsel Auwort rsaAV IOW.
WOODED. Dickinson Increases a concealed weapon desertion { M c artily 1016 AfIL1 fAL'MrtJb
and larceny He war dishonorably "
discharged in 1949 p t
TROUT STEAM V'NSl'RFASSED In 1950 hi wn arrested and C) r I, Moor

FISHING ft HUNTING fined in both Albuquerque,

AREA.14M(rHOrCKTT MILES nOM LOCATED Funds To $242,759 N M., and Burbank, Calif. lie

was picked up In New Orleani
LACRENCE PACET213UN i July 13, 1953. on a chare of
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Cu. ]Iran candidates reported Rep. driving a stolen vehicle acroaa
Tampa iM&M
'bernatoriil candidate Fred O. I Charles R Holley, St Petersburg state Une 17

_1MIRANCH Dickinson iweetened hit cam. said he collected $644 last While free In ball on the New 11 aV

paign war chest by $ 4,2G1lllt 'week for a total of $3514 and Orleans charge. he wai seisedin s ..s s J

week to run hit grand total to I expenditures of $3T22 Ken Jackson, Miss, Mia.., AugZl .
(22 Acre land Appro. a whopping $242,719. Folks, Orlando reported $25 In 19H while trying to burglar-

too cleared. part planted! UicrM Dickinson nib reported ha new contributions for a total of lie a itore He wn sentenced to -

fenced and crow fenced spent $47,458 lilt week to run $2,205 against expenditures of four :years In prlton

Larg barn, loading pens plus! total spending to 154191. $2.1J9. Hughes was reieated from the HOMX, Mi/mr/ ,NON mi MOOMMUKt AND M6VCUM HIM r' ON.MM.MMTMI HOW. CAN Out '
I BR. C.B. Howe. Price HTJper JacksonvIlle Mayor Haydoa US. Sen Spessard L. Holland Mitiiiilppl prlaon Feb 2, 1W8 Wl N04Ht M NLl etvU 504f M INC want sum, LIft (rirNOUT poets,h it Uri WIll.'lllAflOtI tut'

Acre. 29% DownVARNER Burnt reported donitiou lilt .reported new contributions of and lens than seven months A M0TUA1 SOW TIM WAY AM TMtn MWl Uf HUH rnui AVO Ktiytiivti If MM duo M \lClill.'I'lMlNIIt H'f MINT nw ntl'I AM- {rAlNruL WltOll6 P&OIIto

REALTY week of $24,838 for a rand $4.410 for I total of $53,8S1 later on Aug 30 staged the t 0O POOTOY MAO / HUIT ufo A ftwx f rmM.nlF ; IIHDlttrAND 10101 MIANINal1e"'' '

14 (tb St. N.W. CY 344541H8 I total of $138,518 compared to compared to spending of $1.U2. shotgun holdup of a Baldwin [IfAIINNCD A .,

total spending of $95,933. His Democratic opponent, tor- County, Ala, beverage sales OUItA lMMfarILTMIN MARY '

BMLDINO LOT M.... State Rep Fred Karl Daytona met Rep. Drafty Odham, Orlando > company -< LA 1 /tuns 'Sr%

100* f paved ofMt7DIHmiu; Beach, laid he got $14,391 la said he collected $2,0(7 He wn arrested lOOn after

Bhad war 17dfUel...;.. and north producing orange donations list week for a totalof for a total of $3,343 and spent the robbery, pleaded guilty, and WALTIA. f Pt

I..... Chuck rroamk $75,243 with expenditure to U2I.. war sentenced to the 20-year o De LA MASLA 1 f
BCHOENTHALER CO Realtor. far coming to 47960. Odham la running somewhat term. (
JM-S12I. Nltea and Week.nda, 011 ptl MY.r
Another Democratic candidate the aims "dollars for decency"contribution
MI4t1L 11f ->> The FBI laid he "almoit con -
r !
Miami Mayor Robert King gimmick that be itantly" triveli with a woman fAOA171pT00 I I4ut111N
High reported collections Jut used In two unsuccessful campalgni companion.NAZARFhK.
week of $21.708 for a total of for governor. He reported

I $41,303 against total expend- 3> contributions lilt week ranging eu J iri1 '
I lure of $18,000. from 29 cents to $2.25, all ACTION -

1 Only two of the three Repub- from people In St Augustine KANSAS CITY. Mo. UPI> L -
A record budget of $404312

3 1 I Legal Advertising (m> for the 1984 operation of

Below Average 1U world mlaalon program In 011J weull'vgt

44 countries and ita offlcei her If Noil o"lN, T fiarNTNg

TENTH IN' THE: nan'IT JIUKUL troll CIBOl' or'IT THK IN: TemperaturesSaid hat been adopted b, the Pert on MI6t ile2 61E # hl ONO wliXl}

AND! run rout COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN CHAM Bait In Store? t .
tea* N., iltllDIVOHCB- .' ,IJr
WASHINGTON (UPI) th.u.s. AFCO's' 1 4
WANDA JEAN OWCN8 PlalallN, Weather Bureau'i extended .t. :: A y I

) ... called for ': t
30-dsy forecast today :.O.oe: I j
temperatures to avenge below no

.. NOTICE: TO Dtnrt.HO normal over much of the United :. :f
\ THE: ITATB: or FLORIDA TOThomu : Stales, I DuG1Ib
Milton OwM 8'Z
%! aiMlbr glutton The Weather Bureau laid low
Bait Stone Gap Virginia. er temperature would occur In
for You are aereby MUlled that acolt
helping us extending from the
an area
for dlrorce baa bee* filed
...&1..., you In Uw above entitled. lower Mlsilssippl I Valley ( @
ca....: and that roar art litany through the Southern Plains Into ./ .a e
make .
required u .r. a oopy parran.w.r
or other wrttteo > .... .the Great Basin
upon Walter a. BeU. plaintiff at- Above normal averages are In COOLS IN SUMMER
torn**. whoee addreM la all Vaa .
prospect for the northeast GreatLakes TTWINK ixI I 1 Mfl10T'O7'I.WILL
Skiver BuUdliw Winter Haven.Florida HEATS IN WINTER
NATIONAL on or before the lltk day and Northern Plains regions MA/HhrYt.E'Ll' j iAl1ERKRAIJT AU. fUpN
0 f April ISM and before or Im- and for southern portions oil from Iht tarn unit { A&AUCRKRAUTSAMOVvXH OIJT 1uffeUB1'I
'.Idtat.i7 thereafter. la flU with the A SAD DRSIIMr
Clerk of the abova etylad. Court the of Florida and California The

WANT ADWEEK defenaM original,of If paid aayM anewer or written rest of the nitlon will experience .: J. till

you tall.. to do ... Decree proConfueeo normal temperatures, the
will .be entered against" bureau said I)
ye. demanded w the.
Can pklnreil.f I Up
WfTNIuSf my hand and officialeeal taro
of office at Bartow. Polk -
County. Florida, tola ink day of For The Vices Pi
March, "
a success.The "DR.Clerk Circuit, .Court 11L LONDON (UPI-Lord South MBAT PUMP

Vivian A PurvlcDeputy imptoa Monday night announced l I Ies.
Clerk This r_!table comforfnef oparalMa. $
he tin given his title
March 11. 04. April I, I. 1M4 up
to become Charles Fitirojr' e f even.-qoc..le prin; ipl*. In winter,

responsewas "..... ,.. CredltoreIM and "concentrate on wine H txtrecH: heal,hers .the*vir .
lrot'iT It AiD FOE FOLK women and salmon fishing" eide W *warn yew nameirem

COUNTY: FUMUfiA The year-old descendant of let owaMsr.11 fgerlea d04N.LMwiog ---.-
HARRY MCDOWELL King Charles I of Enfland is Id tool sad marwe 4V.4COr'i QK
NO Poe-if eo7MR.py ""' A; OT.MT
Tremendous 1-.4. be had not entered the House "bode. CoD M lof T+. AMOT P& d war natleu
T. An Creditor and Penona HanIng .t IMe wREC
Claim ar Demand A.auMl of Lords since 1K -whn he 41&| compile ddeils e d a terN6.gle I vu. MOVE 704B tJ 4 04 Aso CAR..Ogf cM.4srl! Fo4xrradhV dY eTE ya8

aid Batata: inherited the title from bit father OwxlCK9C CAR! ion Tiecpil
You, and each of Feet are herenotified + I .
k' to file la duplicate all
del.... sad ........ which you "I'm fed up with persons
*a>. asalnet the ealata at Harry beciusa they Y
pouncing on me SCHNEIDER
McDoweU. deceased, to Ue eUUMof
KKhard A. Bronaon, County think I have money," be said."P1eaa .
Judas. at his office to tae Court caD me Mr FiUroy SHEET METAL
Ham at Barlow Florida wltnlnii '
calendar math from March to sta.
..... which la Iha date e< the flral 231 THIRD ST.. loW
publication of thla _lee. Each To pick up needles, tacks and
claim ** demand moat lie In writing other metal objects while icuumlng CY J.I291
sisal Hate the place of rusS
1. duos and poet office addre ofIk to secure shower wr- .
.1 ,. ''. moll be awara U sad
r muM be filed aa nforeaald, ar ala eM
MOM will .become ......
Harry a MoslcDo..H
Ea.cutsr lh.r
Kraucka. abari A KaloaTlduXDf

u'aPQ Boa 8.1. WtMs Nawa. na.III. AMERIsT MAdN/I/ -i-iI49rR
.",. to U. IL K 1,04 Ji
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If haveS N Al1wMA
you ROTSCE YO CaEMTUful nfi u7I Il

Ieoaad.Yen aad*A each Saal. *f Said yon an Eeuw Clatnu berewy Or 36" Chain Link FenceAS 1 11I'

ARTICLES FOR SALt notified and raautred .* fll* any
claim* and .......* which .... a*
either *i yes., may hors againstewM.Ie0451.efWdN. LOW AS I''
I.. .
Kwhard A. Braainn. Cew4f 58 t/
bitf aflatfget
IC Folk CMMy. M Me erne to
FOR RENT the Court HOMO n Bane. FlorMo.
wnhto Ita .......r _ha. freenthe *, ,.th axtra .1
time *f the fir* peM4at004Si FOOT
e AUTOMOIIUS.TRUCKS. Out Mile Each claim or ww
Mead treat be to writmc aad ----- ---
at fmlmii and -" ---- -. .-
Wes the plan --- -- ---- -- -
TRAILERS Feat office addraaa *. the ckuanM Iharlalnnnl Chain Link Wire 0*' $18M ? ? ...
FOR SA1ICALL and .nrae hi* .ba.-awarn*r nuemay M er I4 MJMB&R A Il YES TNZN. ISIS 9VR'Al1SE t! bd Mr
the war .nhaa h* veld AAZ'CL9LMA$ IM efrt.BOPte4I BUT HEAD rrUHJ.JT'fW. 0:1 VtH OWM
Maud* AdmtoMratrUel M OatoeaA .:" ,__ *i f'r' X, 0' 0000PeRs Tif4tWednesd.y. // VA0rt 'SLTpLf

aetaia ivv4co t MANIra a.t.NCHq 1'0
LINDA March tides .. A.rt L a, tens LONE PP
rotors ur l.nll'lIOII ToRaloTl .' .
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CLASSIFIED OEPT. County ......... .t h* WINTER HAVEN'S i v 'f
Chap** *.... taw W Ftartdn
AM 1MI UcteteUir* aa nmMded
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SENATOR JOHN MATHEWS, candidate for governor, opened hi( mp.ignT to d : :
quarters In Winter Haven last Friday It it 'located at Magnolia and 2nd St, S.W. Left to ') ,p ..,.",
I right are Frank Sparrow, Mr. Mathews, Mathews, Mn. Merrill Griffon, Merrill Grafton : K ,, ,ass' ( 6 '
and Andy ,Ireland'' '. At yet no local campaign manager hat been named 1 ': v :

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Baker Inquiry U. S. Mints Running j ;;:. .

Comes To Halt Behind Coin DemandWASHINGTON ; ,. ." > '.:

man B. Everett Jordan, D (UPI) -- In a Ing at Philadelphia but has yet .
N.C., today abruptly recessed red-cirpeted office of the to appropriate money so that
Treasury Building, Miss Eva B P B k.
the Senate Bobby Baker In. planning can get under way.
qulry, thus once again delayinga Adams Is busily playing mother As a stop-gap measure, the Y< tfh
bird to millions of coin-
final decision on whether thenh.u.tlve operated mint hat asked for money to
vending machines, pay telephones work weekends at Philadelphiaand
will be
halted parking meters and other Denver. Officials say two
automatic symbols of Amer. more days a week should put h
Jordan recessed what had
ica's $GOO.billion .
economy another 200 million coins
been billed at another Democratic There are times when, Miss
circulation, and they get F
-Republican show down Adams, director of the Bureau huffy when anyone suggests hiring 9 .,f4 / ,
(today on the question of endingthe of the Mint, feels it's a losing private firms to help f
Inquiry In order to drift I battle They say they couldn't keep d.
reply to a GOP charge that the While the mints at Philadelphia track of the coins outside the
Investigation has been turned and Denver are working mint. Moreover, they add with ,.' .
ilnto a whitewash. around the clock, five days a a touch of pride, the U. S. mint '
I Sen Hugh Scott, RPa. told week turning out nearly four can turn out coins as cheaplyas (/ /:
newsmen that Jordan'a action billion coins a year, merchantsand private enterprise
came while he was asking a bankers complain they It costs the mint little more Pastel portrait of Ann Magenrvs\ painted especially for Pastel portrait ot Hot and Ann Killeen, painted especially for
{relevant question of Lennox P. haven't enough coins to go than one-fourth of
a cent to "Beautiful Hair Breck" magazine advertisements by Ralph
Hair Breck"
"Beautiful advertisements
magazine by Ralph
McClendon, chief counsel for around. make a penny, two-thirds of a
the committee In Its investiga The culprit ls the national ex. cent to make a nickel, less William Williams Ann Magennis is employed In a Boston William Williams. Children ore great-granddaughters of 87-
tlon of the outalde business In. pending population and tconomy than B 1/2 cents to make a dime, travel year-old John H. Breck, Sr., founder and current Board
tests of Baker former secretary As America grows, so 23 1/2 cents to make a quarterand agency Chairman of the hair preparations firm bearing his name.
I to Senate Democrats grows Its commerce and Its 47 cents to make a half
McClendon has recommended need for coin. dollar. This Includes: both metal
that the committee proceed to Vending machines gobble up and production cost
drafting of remedial legislationto millions of coins dally. Pay The difference between the
deal with conflict of Interest telephones, toll stations, and cost of making a coin and Its
parking meters are Just as voracious face value Is called "seigniorage
questions raised Baker
tlvities while a key Senate aide ac More and more states ," from an old French word ',> .... AI<', ,1-.dt. "" 'j'
are resorting to the sales tax meaning "lord." It was the lord ",' .", ,", ." ''
Republican. the >. "'( "
on committeewant >
sis a source of revenue, and theales of the manor who get a shire h Jr .r t' if :' ;
to call 2s'x'r
witnessesand :
more ; ;
tax usually gets paid in of the metals mined on his #i' .
Scott and Sen. Carl T. pennies. Jo,'li ." "
>If \ ...
Curti., R Neb, took the Senate "
School hot lunches t!
are another In this case the "lord of the ti" "
floor Monday to protest whit drain on the coin cupply manor" Is Miss Adams andher ,
Curtis called a 'whitewash" Most parents prefer to give it:' '
seigniorage amounts to some e\\
Todays meeting lasted only Junior the exact change Instead $50 million\ a year, all of which ," \ \
about 40 minutes Jordan I of a dollar bill\. Miss Adams goes Into the treasury's general r,:
,emerged and read a short I tries to persuade schools teach
statement which he said he had I ticket books for their lunches. fund.The V. S, Constitution gives MJ
made to the committee. He Meanwhile, the mint tries to Congress the power to coin 1 '
noted "some very serious accu I Illtion tope with the situation with money Congress delegates this
," had been made, chillenglng I plants built In the early 1900s. power to the mint In 1792, and :' ; r
the committees integrity Miss Adams believes the only the first public building erectedby .;: td\ '
and his Integrity as chilr I real solution, Is expansion of the new nation was the
man. This was obvious refer.t t he:: mInt. Congress has author Philadelphia mint. '. ,
coca to the GOP statements.i I zed |30 million for a new build- To show how serious It was .
about money. Congress orovid-
ed the death penalty for the
WE CARRY YOUr director of the mint should the
coinage ever be found to be below
standards.Dogs guarded the
BRANDS ATPOPULAR Old Philadelphia mint and em-
ployes were forbidden to feed

PRICES them.Worker al the various mints

a, never hive been allowed to go ;
out for lunch. In the old days, 1
the wives would bring their

key) Ancient Age husbands' lunches to the mint

:; ;;: Seagrams "7" TL Pastel portrait of Gin! Guild, painted especially for "Beautiful Pastel portrait of Cheryl Bates, painted especially for "Beau.

Hair Breck" magazine advertisements by Ralph William tiful Hair Breck" magazine advertisements by Ralph William

Ronrico Rum Williams, noted New England artist. GinI Guild is a young Williams, Cheryl Bates is a high school student residing i 1M'

housewife and mother residing in Laconic, New Hampshire. Lynn, Massachusetts.

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