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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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THE WEATHER Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Cltfua, c Of 100 The UU World

Partly cloudy with Mattered showers *
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tonight 61 to 70. S.uthsesf and south ri
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VOl. S3-No. 180 WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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$ WASHINGTON (UPI> -- The
government Indicted a doyen
companies today on charges
they took part In a price-fixing
Construction of the consplrarv that Inflated bread
Park Road seem certain prices in muri of the coun.ry:
start by June 1 aa bids An Imltc roent returned by a
opened today In TIUella..e.App.rent federal frand JWy in Buffs.
NEW JAYCEE OFFICERS-Th. Jaycees .I.ct.d officer for the 1964-65 you dur. low bidder for NY. named It flour milling
Ing a meeting at the Clubhous lest night. Th. now officers .ro, front row from left, rebuilding of the WID I t companl which produce U percent
I Jimmy Low., first vice president; Bruce Parker, outgoing president; and L. J. Sh.w, Haven to Halnes City Road I.J of the bakery flour told
president. Back row, Jeff Gains, secretary; Chuck Foloy, state director) Ed Stevens, D Manley Construction. east of the Rocky Mountains It

!,! lu.rBob; Ritchey.. ,. outgoing treasurer. ;;_and Eddi. Smith, vice president of Bids Leesburg on this at and T1S6M4S two companies also named, alx officers of the

Polk County projects I The companies named In the
Shaw Elected opened this morning In Indictment Included General
Finance Plan For \ House chamber starting Mills, Inc. and the Pillsbury
1030. Co
I County Commission Atty Gen! Robert F Kennedy
New PresidentOf man Wllmer McCutcheon charged there was conspiracy
Offered County Engineer: Waldo which resulted In artificial:
Parking leg were in Tallahassee : high and non competitive prjcit
make sure that "there for commercial buyers of flour
be no hitch In the .used principally In whit bread.
The Winter Haven Downtown town. The downtown pays IS JayceesLee Superior Paving Co of Although the Justlc Department .
Council hal givenItaunanimous per cent of he total taxes paidto land wast apparent low declined to comment on
support to a plan for merchants i the city.Another. on the other two Polk the alleged connplrscy) effecton
to pay off revenue bonds on th u problem will be getting J Shaw was elected One Is the Berkley Rd. consumer bread prices In
Clty'a parking lots so that parkIng the bond holder to go along president of the Winter haven sion north of Auburndal the dedication created flour price were understood
meters can be removed. with the new plan. Although this Jaycees last nlgbt bid was 367.99084. to have been" ,ptis4on
Council members approved s Is quite a problem It I* not Sbaw, who I I. employed by The other I II Scott Lake ( ", Willie to consumers
contract yesterday that the city a* bad a* It sounds since a majority th. Lakeland! Ledger succeeds south of Lakeland The bid | system !back Lann..y estd t :doendeests,
can :cuter Into with kiOividu1mercliants of aide bonds are stUUnthis rtee, Parker, ,0( R.4Jo'" gallon this. toad, $2o3,1la.a9. ; & via) president, who do NtoW'.5na mtlllne\ sM
to raise the needed area: WDJT. ... Toe bid havjLnol} (; ad 1)y! _df ..,.,.Manual buslntUlA man(4.cturiBI
revenue. The contract: Idea Is designed Jim LM! of Central. Fto$da_ -lltln'<.**sisal et) JhaJ IT **'' '' '' .o4 acting/ bakery flair, began
The plan calls for the merchant only aa a temporary measure Gas was elected first vice fires' come iniabout a week the price.fining conspiracy In
and landlord to each pay to be used for the next year '
T tabuUM
Ideal Eddi* Smith of J they have been IKtTh.
$1 per front foot per year. Most and a half. By the end of 1969, Smith and Sons, contractors, Alter tkat is wilt be consptricy wit carried
merchants and landlord wouldbe Council officials hope, the was named second: vice presl. ,three more week before, out In a series of meetings It
paying only $30 to $40 per legislature will have approved dent the contracts can be which company *.ecutlv.s
year a special tax on the downtown Jeff Gaines of Tamp Eke and the work orders agreed on flour prices for ...*..
"core area" to be used to payoff
merchants now art
Many the bonds and then to be trio Co. was chosen secretary Iiiue4 to eommerclsl buyers, tile Indictment
spending an average of $12 per and Ed Stevens sn official at Then, by the end of iW
used for future
month for parking token, but next step Improvements.The for the committee ; the Lake Region Banktwae the contractor can start an : ribbon after the It said the companies agreed
feel that they are still
they actual work according lists which
be of city elected treasurer. Charles Foley dedication cere on uniform price
will meeting
losing business because of the a '
meters and parking tickets officials After that, It the city of Tampa Electric Co was County Attorney John i Rev, Jsrome were published dally In the
Besides giving away tokens, goes along with thorn, they will named state director Church of Southwestern Miller a trade
several of the merchants report have to see bow many of the Elected to the board of directors Journal
that they have been paying people Involved will lien the : were; Stan Freldmann. B&PW Installs opened with t In addition to General' Mills
parking ticket for their regular contract. Then if the bondholders Larry Tucker Bud Shinn, Tom o'clock st the and Plllstwry defendants
customers.The give their approval, the Daniel Mickey Trueheart, and / School, named In the Indictment wets
plan was worked up by ths meters will be removed from Cliff Howell Jr. by tile dedi- William A, Lehman Jr vie
parking meter committee after streets and parking lots, The new officers will be Installed New Officers president of General! Mills;
several weeks' work. Lester The contracts would run later at an Installation prtdnt of Archer,Dsel./ls.Mldlsnd Co. and
Smllsc Is head of this com (Continued On PIN 8, CoL 1)) banquet Installation of the 1944.U Water acceptance.system, lie vice prt eldest, Lawrence J
Weldt, Intsrntl'onsl! Mining Co.
mittee. The plan was presented !tars of the Business and
and then
yesterday by committee member Inc ; the Psavsy Co and its
Jack Pines because SmileS Haven Utility Pole fessional Women Club held Nearly 100 rice prssi.lent Willis RIlMgssrd .
held the
st Haven
was absent. Hotel> ) Candida! for all 0''Minneapolis
The area wbtch would be night with Miss Maxine CO\IIIIYlpp'lr.d Bay Statt Milling Co of Wl-
Involved In the contract runs Bolita Rendezvous latyre of Lakeland past "", three minut non. Mina. and Bernard J,
on Central from First St, to president, presiding Rothwell II, its president,
Sixth St.: Are. A, North and The officers Installed : sponsored by The Weber, Flour Mills Co
South, from Second St. to Sixth When the Polk County fluorescent paste and started Mrs, Miry Griffith ; : Let tilt Western Star Milt Co both
St.; Are. B, North and South, sheriffs department was tipped their wait Miss Dorothy Bradley, tilt league. In of Saiin, KIA; Goocn Milling
from Third St. to Sixth St.; off several people had been Bowen said they saw a man vice president; Mrs Jo were El. 'stor ('a, Lincoln, Neb?
and across Third St. from An, driving up to a utility pole near drive up and drop a packagein Jsckkon, second vice J. C, Wslker. Inland Mill Ine.. Des Maine,
D, NW to A".. C, SW. 41st St. on Ave. K, NW, Winter\ the can. A few minutes later dent; Mrs Margaret : has bees low. end John J. Vtnler. peel
This Includes: nearly four Haven, the vice squad began to two more men drove up and corresponding: secretary; for several Went of Ouoch;
miles of front footage and would get suspicious.An dropped bundles In the can. Lola Bush, recording .. ) .lIptICltd toserve The Colorado Milling I El*,
provide about $17,500. elaborate stakeout of the The officers then arrestedthose tary, and Mrs. Louts (; Wahnetatre eater Co Denver and Ctrl F
Council has several when JamesC. two. They were Identified ; the project
The now pole paid off SgU treasurer and Cress. president; Seaboard AKll
problems. For one, they not Bowen, bead of the vice aa Aaron Jacob and Richard Preceding the //natal o I Uagu la d Milling Corp Newton,
only here to get tho city to go squad and deputy Percy Wilson Nelson, both Negroes Miss Evelyn Hughes ,.at/on part Mass
long with entering Into then caught four people who had Then, Bowen related another "
contracts, but they have to talk been using tin can on the pole man, Cato Let, drove up. Lee, the 1MIM year with brief r "
the city Into paying about$$,000 aa a bouts pick-up point. a known bongo operator, was ports from chairmen of
per year on the bonds. When Bowen and Wilson first (Continued On Page I. CoL 4) Continued On Pag 3. CoL : Many Voters To Cast Ballots
The members of the parking checked the can they found two -- -- ------- Wright and Kenneth McCoy
meter committee feel that the bundles of paper with lotteryrun key. Mr*. Elaine: DfYouog' I
city will do this because of the down sheets. room (Holly Parek and David

need for a prosperous down Then they coated the can with Smith room., and Mrs Ann Virginia Ksvftr 8ym's and In New Polling Places May 5

Lee McDonald Mia Nancy
County Commiuion e. Miller's room Voters of three precincts In tae and WshMta voters win
Third grade: Kinds KHchns Winter Haven will ettt ballots report to their regular polling
and Alan lulu Mrs, Lob in UM same polling places as placetOn .
I All Polk Voters To Get Card tie llaskln't room, and Judy In tN peat, but a great many tile other band, those who.
: Syne and Jeffrey Brown, area residents will find themselves registered 'it Precinct (2, Cypress
Mrs Ann Thayer's room voting in ww. urraund Gardens, will vote<< at
Of PollsCounty Fourth f rtds Cynlhli Johnson ins' nest Tuesdsy St Juhnt Methodist Church
Showing Location A and Victor Duncan, Mr*. Northwest Winter Hares newty.butt, M Cypress Gsr
.
Barbara 1,1.1 room and vo eYS.-lho* In Precinct II- dens ItosdReglstrsnts
officials win move commission asking them to do Vkkl Ducherer and knit llsrrtO will vote. *s In the past it In Precinct 13,
Lak Region. will vote at the
the Womtn's Club, NorthesslPrfcl "
something about an open ditch Mr. Juno Davidson'sroom.
Into the last phases of their Teen Center. Third Si and
) n-ot.* agile it
preparation for the May f behind their I lots. JYJ4 tile CSvIc Center Southtitl Ave F, NW. Winter HsvenRtfbtranti .
election later this week A M-lnch storm drainage Fifth grade iris Colemanand .In Precinct M.KtrtrWi ,
Precinct 41vote tt Id* Ntiontl *-
On Thursday, cards will be pips which serves all of Bill Ro, Mrs. Juke Jtaiesw Guard Armory it .. will via it the
mailed to every registered southeast Lakeland dumps .Into room sad MeUnda usual Assembly at Ood Church In
voter bi the county giving the dock, and water In the Snorts and Charles Sptcek. But Southwest Precinct ft rile Lab 1st* area.
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them their precinct number' ditch: Is a foot or more In t etj..i ic -' 1 Mrs ClUabeta Cowing. room -wIll rote st tilt cafeteria of Those wh. registered laPreeinel
and tailing them where to lit depth In some places r Sixth trad Linda Wrlach the old Southwest WmUff (4 Js..Phyl VlDsg
to vote. The OUxcas Council laid 1L sad Mark Taylor. Mrs Loi Haven FJenumltry School will vet In the fir* house on
that for two they have LCsot's room and Birbar rolemtn Road
Also CIa Thursday crews year And) th* areas swrwnAiigUM
from each of the five districts been trying to ft commissioner Leg< end Jeff SteorU, from ..y. wWah are far IN l i ... t',,1">
d<' V Mrs /talc TIle complete t
Huftw room.From
In the county win sun picking Floyd Wood to do something T i4 mot part *Q In new preensta, voting precincts forDM
concrete" about UMditch. the *4 th /redo nee County
from ataowill U different
lip voting machines report
flY I and May 3t pit-
dtdaU. the and
Bestow to take te the poling king queenand pUUitf place, with the tscep. marie is ss follows:
places. Wood had. dates when the tM knight aid maid of lion at Westwood Pytcinct
ditch was cleaned, the Writ hooor will be ......... Tfct esvdidst 4-who.* residents will vot<<* I North Fort Mtd -Clty
Complain el Ditch being Ft*. II* said be bad "" llfW Of:FlCWS-T>. aWMss ed ,,. ***!***! We***'* dub. IfIff.ntcI l officers ** from the other trade It tfc.* District I s Tbe been working on this probUm let the if*44S year during ce.n.eii;.t .Ust styM at the. Haven H..... Officer (UstaMwerei 05rrpre.ed., the Mar Day known it tJw county ",na. Chevrolet -
Pineda Citizens Council for tat past two years, but tt ; Seated. Mrs Dorothy IVtdUf, first via! president; Mr*. Mary Griffith, president; This nil ben the regular poll- 1 North 81rtow Bartow
a group of residents was barter to solve than any and t.ftt. J. Uv Jactto, seeod vice prttSdcntt back rw, Mrs, LMM Crest, trt*> The fair, wfclcn wffl bs tea leg: pus for dill precinct Armory
fcviac along Ptaedal Ave of them rtafijed .tary Mn. Mr *rtl Wari*f. mpoa4i"9 son on the school grouads M MiyCcatSnudOaPi LIlt Alfred. Eagle Uk.
Mr UU A. Bash ncerdeq s* : "
just tatttit seer: *
of JLaieUod Ho (contlaasd CIa PBs I, Cot. I)
brought a pefetkw Mat ti f Put >J) rotary; end Mr*. Miiin Mellitus, putt "



P. Two WINTJR HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHtEfr-WINTiR HAVEN FLORIDA Tuesday,, April 28, 1964
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VII HAPPEN TO YOU? By Me. *.
REQUIEM FOR A TOWN National Guard Korea Babylift

TH* COOftft WHoVe ALWAYS 6AVSDev

JY f eoe&Bie' PAPER( fecof.p FOR I

Their Way'of Life Ended WCOM6-TAX PROOF WONPW5 IFZitfLL Officers WalkOut Originator Dies

& OV11..NS 1'k'1 ,

When Dam Work Began AvMLA, .S&.E& 9f'olMf SPACE Of HotelNEW CRESWELL Ore (UPl-) Then began the babylift that

Harry Holt, whose babylift re brought Joy to hundred of
American couplei Twice during -
suited in homes in this country
"And the waters prevailed the baby, acts of COD-
for more than 3,000 Korean orphans
.o mlchUly upon the earth Those who left took of The first white cleared
most men ORLEANS (UH) -The died in Korea today ofa gnu were necessary to allow
that all the high mountains Hochatown with them, farms In the area about 1904 Puerto Rican delegation and heart attack adoption of Orientals above the

under the whole heaven were Everywhere the remnant of just three years before statehood the Pentagon boycotted a meeting Word of his death was tele- normal quota.
('ovem-Qrne.ll.; I'llBy : foundations still stand but the They hunted and fished of National Guard chiefs today phoned to his widow here Holt Holt hat spent moat of nil

I.EO R. WELTER houses are .one carried off and each had his corn patch"for C IeN because a Negro colonel had returned to Korea April 8 time in Korea in recent yeari

United Press International board by board to be reassembled growing the Ingredients for rO was refused a room at the -ilia !SMh birthday after a Hit orphanage ia located at 11

> In another place an Indian bread called "torn- meeting hotel. visit home. He had had a history San, about 17 mile from Seoul
HOCHATOWN Okla .The oar of giant trucks and Five Mile Hollow Creek flows full. Many of the townspeople C 5r The colonel was a member of of heart trouble since a where there are now about
raised for sale o .
cotton
the 17'inan New York rtatedel.egatlon children
Mountain 1000
caterpillars cracka the mountain into the Fork at serious attack in 1956
Hochatown and homesltea dot Between 1910 and 1922 the which went home Monday -
stillness where the Choctaw The b by lift began after Holt
hunted deer and bear Its winding banks Stone fireplaces town had a cotton gin telephone -Ifssc on the orders of Gov. Nelson went to Korea in the summer
and the tops of exchange and mill for A. Rockefeller.The .
Down the Mountain Fork open of 1855 to adopt eight unwanted
wells seem out of place In the making barrel staves Puerto Rican delegation
River, men and machines rearrange orphans children of Korean
wlldernes created when the But the said they would leave for home
community made
a section of the Klamlchl girls and American servicemen
Mountain and earth and lock people moved. moat of Its present reputation "' w's If today"I was shocked" said MaJ. Holt, a wealthy farmer and a

live way to the pick ax and Some building, like the on the manufacture of Illegal p Gen. Juan Cesar Cordero, adJutant deeply religious man, became
actor blade.ConatrurUon. church school: and renei'll() booM during the depressionyears general of Puerto Rico. 10 impressed with the plight of
crews are! building store, till stand Estimate aay Dearly ,4- "We the orphans that he opened an
are completely against
three fourth of the white b'I 1 1Wf any
the Broken Bow Dam, a population { kind of prejudice In Puerto adoption agency In Korea.

352-foot long. rock-nil "truetuie A. C. KIN'CAID operator of made whisky, their stills 0 km. .stun. Ina, 1% ..l4 n5ht. ro.nv.d. Rico we have the habit of equal
that will Hood 14.200 acies the stoic and the town postmaster hidden in secluded wood and ity. We are leaving and not ':,41.1
and swallow Hochatown like the mountain crags.SEVERAL IOVFEREcEo.V ;
for more than 40 years participating In any activitiesof
mythical continent of Atlantis said the postofflce served "175 the convention." : IVnR..tIARRUf;,;

Most everybody has left now families in the tow'n'* heyday PEAKS of the Children Face Danger Mal Gen. Winston P.Wilson, NEW YORK 'UP!. -- A ( all
but a few families still linger In Kincaid took down his official Klamlchl Mountains rise high chief of the Army National for a national conference of all
this tiny southeast Oklahoma above Hochatown. their slopes Guard Bureau, and about 30other Jewish
"U.S. Post Office' sign for good religious, leaders on th>'
ton The dam mill not be finished covered with bald cypress, sasaafraat active-duty military men, question of .
last Dec 29. but his store is still Intermarriairrwhich sn
until 168 and some of and mountain illverbell were ordered through the Department I
stocked with everything from "Jeopardizes the survival
them have children In school: wire cutter to WashingtonState Bright ted and orange surveyors' From Their Parents of the Army not to of American Jewry," JIM been 'Challis Marshall

Other residents work on the apple Outside, there is a. ribbon are wrapped around take part In any conference seaslona tamed by Rabbi Url Miller of

dam and still others stay because gasoline pump, the only one for many of the trees. WASHINGTON (UPI-Hun Many will be brought to hospitals held at the Roosevelt Ho- Baltimore President of the I lee all yeue STATI f..11
It is hard to leave mile around. Only the surveyor know the deeds I of thousands of childrenIn suffering a variety of Injuries tel The order was Issued In' Synagogue Council of America AUTOFlaE

Hochatown was settled by the but red to meaning the people of of the ribbon, the United States are In mortal the result of "accidents" accordance with the DefenseDepartm.nt'a Rabbi Miller said the conference I LIFEa....

ROOTS GROW deep In a Choctaw Indians in the early they signal the day Hochatown.when the; danger: from their parentsPhotography Some of the parents will be policy nondiscrimination would take place in New II ...
lifetime U30 The Choctaws originally -- arrested for beating their child York sometime later In theynr" 1.luru.
Mountain Fork will creep out of The New York State deleft- (I"SURANU
Hochatown located In Me- from southeastern Mississippi It* bank and condemn the ren; many will not be detected. !ton walked out after the hotel The Synagogue Council Needs
Curtain County near the Oklahoma and southwestern Alabama. community to history A team of three Philadelphiasocial ol America it- the national enoidinatlng -
refused to provide a room for
-Arkansas-Texas bolder,ceded their land to the United Few will remember Mocha workers who have ex- Col. Otho Van Exel, commander body of the thn"blanches 251 I Magnolia Ave., S.W.

la made up of little people both States In the 1811 Treaty of town In another generation plored the motivation that lie of the 187th Artillery Group of the J".lsh rencioir-. Aces from netting link
Indian and ,,hltr. When ru- Dancing Rabbit Creek and migrated Cartography will leave It Off United Press Intem.taonalVuhlci. behind child-beating has reach of Brooklyn. community thodox Conservative o), Phone 294.4256
and Reform
mors began to spread about the northwest in the famous maps and it will be dropped the Japanese manufacturer some conclusions as to how

dam no one liked It but there "Trail of Tears" from official state and county of a variety of cameras these parent can be identified -- .z.. .
was little they could do aboutIt In exchange for their land in lists. for the hobbyist and the pro.f..lonaa. The researcher concludedthat 10 "
REENACT FIRE ;
the Oulf Plains the Choctawsgot But the dead will be remembered recently Introduced anew most parents who mistreat tET'SKEEPJAMES
SPOKANE. Wash most of Southeast Oklahoma 35mm single lens reflex their children actually want to -
They had their own goveinment aimed at the"advanced amateuror be caught they are speaking When this city of 185000 observes
The UM
Army Corp of Engineers
CONSTABLE the 75th
anniversary this
modeled after the U,8. will have Hochatown' the pro. their parental. Incapacities in L.RODEN .
summer of a tire that destroyedits
system until Oklahoma becamethe The new camera called the action, and asking to be
cemetery moved
Dittrict 3 grave by grave downtown the
area programwill
J 5. Is and
fully automatic .
46th state of the Union on topped
to site from
the
sway reservoir Include
: a re-enactment of
Tobe Agree Nov, 16 no boasts a highly sensitive shut-
"Why else" the social workers the conna"a tlon.
ter-coupled CdS light meter.
Iole.. W. Thonhln, ofHoch.town The dam's benefit are for the The J-5 accepts all, Yashlca ask, "do .they bring their It will all be done with a Yeur P.'lk,'CeuntfTAX
did the
AND HOW
people
Ed Williams) I live? living: Electric power, water threaded lenses from the 35mm children to hospitals and so run model of the city as it was In
supply recreation and an end wide angle to the blockbuster a high risk of punishment 1889 when flames raced through ASSESSOR
rob May I Dem. Primary I Oldtlmer will tell you they to devastating flood 400mm telephoto. Threaded\ And they answer their own the business district July 29Aug -
M. ,.1. A"V lived off the land-and bootleg In a few years, fishermen and lenses from a number of other question: Such parent ice 1. 'fH RI I ,NO' 'iu' r'''''

liquor, water iklers will travel the cur- manufacturers also can be used themselves facing "internal
face of the reservoir 50 feet on the camera per o n a I II i t y disintegration" ,

ONE WORD over what once was Hochatown It II equipped with a 55mm which "i* even more terrifying"than !
tlU lens with a smooth hell- the risk of Jail. FOR MORE EFFICIENT MAILING

Spells the BIG DifferenceEXPERIENCE cold focusing mount The viewfinder The researcher are Marian
Productions to be staged at Image has a mlcroicreer C, Morris a former director of

the new Musts Theater In Lin- focusing: spot that assures pre the social work department of LOOK INTOOUTLOOK'

.coin.Center ,her wljl be seen else focusingfeThe Children hospital Philadelphia
(If'le0' time bt'1 NBC camera hat*'a.nlc/ sppearance ..and staff worker Robert c ''' -
r .tLtCT V from << the ;.. ., ", ... : ," ,
and the CdS Fell U W Gould and Patrlela'.t.MslfhFwa. .
,
network, under Ktngjterm'greement
;
The flrsttw pro- small and unobtrusive (IA r--- i '

Paul VAUGHN; Auction at the theater which "preview control on the
composer Richard Rodger lens barrel permits the photographer They have chosen to call the

heads, will be late this spring, to stop down Instantlyfor victims of child bearing 'hat
Clerk oi Circuit Court depth of field determination
The telecast plans are", ndeft. tered children" dace very few
Shutter speeds range from fit Into such categories
M lAt*. rite, a* men-
't second to 1/1000 second plusX tally retarded underprivileged
synchronization at 1/60/ sec or maladjusted

ond.The Rather they are the helpless
cadmium sulphide (CdS target of sometimes helpless
exposure meter has an ASA
parentsparents beset by
range from 12 to 800 and has frustration or other explosive
a "high "low" and "off" switchto emotion

conserve battery power. The social worker said a hospital -
When coupled to the shutter
can identify a child-beat
t. dial It Indicates the pI'opt'r.prrtul"
,Il.rs.erlgl
ing or neglectful parent by
for the shutter speed
witching lor these signs
being used Also when a specific

aperture la needed by dialing -The close-mouthed parent

It In the proper shutter who ii not only evasive but self-
speed will be set automatically contradictory and t is Irritated
[ L t/I
The J-5 Is easy to operate, when questioned )

responsive and designed for fast -The parent critical of his
handling A single stroke rim
child and angry with him over
advance also cocks the shutter
and prevent double his conditionThe IMC The vltimtU 1 1. trtniicrtut .
VOTE FORSPESSARD exposureThe parent who shows no WHITI won wlndcwt.K .
camera lists for $305 including
carrying case guilt or remorse about a child'sluffering KITSTAL KLIAI9 I . ..-.// i 4-I/J
and no concern about
L. OUTLOOK 1..1.7// s I.7/'
prognoii and treatment This
Dr Louis Walton Slpley, director father mother WINDOW 10..4.1/1 s ,..12I
or may even
of the American Museumof leave the aaL
HOLLANDPROTECT hospital right after a
Photography in Philadelphia child' admission

recently\ accepted the gift of a -Th. parent who doe not

number of historical pieces of visit his child or if he doe,

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Six Candidates |The Weather--Local, State And Nationa) Integration- Foes Attack EXPERIENCE


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Predict VictoryBy Problems On All Fronts


... sste4> PMM l.....athfeal School reopened without Incl
United International munlcaUoos open botwoao the Civil rights demonstrations dent Monday and officials saidthe
moved la Monday M Nashville I, cit,', IT other schools
The racea
all
Democratic
gubernatorial -
r Tenn where metal matter* would resume elapse ti,..u\ a
candidates with little Rep. Fred Karl of Daytona
more than. a week left In which Beach charged today that GOT. t .. .. had been. relatively quiet and The school wer1'i.4 I ." last ,
to campaign, each predicted to Farris Bryant must accept 200 IntecraUonUti locked arms Thursday following, riot pin r
audience Sunday they would blame for tile censure ala Florida r1----r4' and tat to the street beating alleged de facto segrt
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( ... ..
win the May primary college. by a leadic edo- t. \ At toast two .tategrationiatt Ration
Five of the eanMoatea appeared eator'a group and aatd"....(be were injured when they were 1M Aafletee. : Police/ Chief
on a Miami televisionahow proper leadership, It wonad track by police dub m a Willlami H. Parker laid Mon
while the etxth, Fred O. never have happened." Muffle. Ten demonstrators day he expecti more clashes,
Dlcklnaon of Weal Palm Beach, Karl, campaigning for votes act > were arrested.A .. between hit officers and Nc
begin wrapping up Ma. campaign In Miami as tilt pace nnkfcaeed. civil riMa leader. prom. prone In connection with racial
in HlUsboroufh County. In the final week of me ......- iMd .man demonstrations today incidents but pledged that police
Those appearing on the Miami nor's race, said Bryaafa lack appemiUjr atoned it seg would "never interfere'
television program WLBW-TV of leadership reached a new related restaurants with lawful picketing
were John Mathews Jr., Jack- peak "when he allowed the Another dememlfltlon was Miami Peach: This south
onvllle, Daytona Beaeh Rep. American Association of Did stated it Midtown WU. where Florida city hn hired Its first
Fred Karl Jacksonville Mayor versity Professors AAUP to aome M itaftaf members of Negro police offtcir Miami
Hay don Burn., Miami Mayor place the University of South tie ConfNtt of Radii Equallh Beach was one of the first Eltet
Robert King High and LakelandSen. Florida on Its censure Hat." Y' (CORE)paraded at the Capitol raise In Florida to' lower racial
Scott Kelly.Dlckln.on "It Is Inconceivable that the with placards ..ntn. lawmak barriers n hotels, and reslau BEN HILLGRIFFIN
told an audience In governor could allow this to Y'S era to tike action on a civil rantiGLENDARTY.
Tampa Sunday the campaign la happen and say noticing ..Even S S'-2lP 0 '' rights profrim
"v '
entering Its most crucial week. In the Bryant 'do nothing administration The stale assembly' act
He said he expected to carry this la a record ...nht..,,,,, twice was Bent
Hlllsborough County, the Florida for inaction. RAINY WEATHER-Rein It forecast for the Pacific Northwest, the Great Lekei, to the visitors' (alter? to u i Your Stale SenatorS
Panhandle, Orange Karl said the AAUP censured States the Atlantic Coastal l states the Southern Plains And the move plicardi carried by
a
County and the southeast Cold the Tampa Bay school for whatIt lechians. I. Ad Ft kr wee HIM Qrlffm
predominantly white
Cast H. said Ills weakest termed "failure to act group C.neaten .sand... Ie" 104, I Orll
forecast, the Gulf states.Temperatures. Elsewhere:
territory was the northeast section responsibly In protecting academic fin. thrae.
LOCAL OUTLOOK (Chester Pi. Cheater HU'h
freedom." The :
of the state, where three censurestemmed
Partly cloudy through to
rival candidates call home. from 11962In"lItlp- Florida Zones
morrow with scattered
tion of the university faculty, mainly

The five candidates appearing afternoon thunder showers. ELECT
on television were asked who teaching methods and students By United: Press Interaitkmal Panhandle
by the controversial Johns Clear to partly cloudy and High today 85 to 90. Low tonight
they thought would be In the
runoff. legislative committee.Karl Low High mild today, tonight and YYednee- 68 to 72 Southeast! and James J. Musso
Albuquerque ... .. 40 70 south winds 10
to 20 miles
Kelly told viewers he didn't said if Bryant and the Atlanta .. ...... .63 72 day High today 78 to 86, low per hour, higher near show-
Board of Control had told thelegislative .
feel the state needed a runoff. Birmingham .,.. .61 82 tonight in 60's era
"Let's wind Oils thing up MayS committee headed Boston ....... ... ., 41 73 NortbOonsldl'rable
stick with me." by Sen. Charley Johns "tostlck Chicago .. .. .... .. .a. 51 cloudiness with \i County Commissioner Dist. 3
Karl said he didn't hive "the to Its legislative functions and Dinner Slated
Cleveland ... .. .. 58 occasional thunder showers and
slightest idea" who will be In not get into executive functions, Denver .. .. ...... +*t
It would have 31 51 some locally heavy today, becoming WASHINGTON (UPIFlorida's
the runoff. It could be never happened.The
the others. anyoneof governor could have avoid Detroit .. .. ...., 51 58 partly cloudy tonight two senators and 12 County Wide Vote
Burns said be was neck and ed It If he had acted with Jacksonville .. ... 65 81 and Wednesday with most representative and 11 Latin ,
Kansas City ... .. ... 48 82 showers. +vrx-.w.
neck with Dickinson and added decision and leadership to resist ending High today American ambassadors to the
"My campaign Is it the grass pressure brought by the Los Angeles ... ... .. 54 71 to 84. low tonight 65 to 70. MMt- United States will be among Ability e Experience a Service
Miami .. .. ... _
root level and I will win." Johns committee." .77 IS I ly south and southwest winds the guests at the 15th annual
wasn't worried told Miami Beach .... 'It 83 10 to 20 miles per hour, higher Florida Dinner here
High said he Dickinson meanwhile a, tonight
Twin Cities .. ... ... 52
about who he faces in the lun- group In Tampa that he hat 73N.w In showers. diminishing tonight The dinner is sponsored by I OFFER A SOUND CONSTRUCTIVI PROGRAMFOR
Orleans ..,... I. 89 i
off. "11m busy getting my been conducting resesrchpro- the Florida Chamber of Commerce .
New York ..... 53 13 Central THI GROWTH OF POLK COUNTY
story of progress to the peopleof about Cram through professionalfirms and Orlando .. ...... 15 80 Partly cloudy through Wednesday It is held In conjunction )
not months
the state, worrying for several with the annual meeting
Philadelphia .... ..51 65 with scattered mainly i J
will face. the
who I concerning
Mathews laughed at the ques people finds the are Issues taxes, civil rights Phoenix .. .. .... .55 86 afternoon thunder shower. of the. U S Chamber of Commerce _____ '4. '.1. Ave
tion. "They say Burns and and education Raleigh .. .. ... .. II 65 High today 85 to 90, low tonight
Dickinson will be in the runoff. St Louts .. .. ... .. 53 71 68 to 72 Southeast and
That be true-it they have He said the people feel they San Francisco .. 49 58 south winds 10 to 20 miles per 42 HOURS BUY NOW'42Ji01ffiSWNOYH2HO' J
a runoff nay for fifth place." are taxed too much and want Seattle ., .. .. 42 52 hour, higher near showers.Southwest .
Also during the discussion the no more of the same On civilrluhts. Tampa .. ... 89 88
hesaldtheaveraieperaon Washington ... ..56 18!
candidates took several slapsat
wants fair play without Partly cloudy through Wednesday
Burns' handling of Jacksonville socialism. He said claims of with widely scatteredafternoon sat
racial troubles. "Unless candidates to have minority Miami Beach thunder shovers a
government provides a climate groups like the Negroes and High today M/ to 92, low tonight S rire$1ont
and a forum to deal with the labor sewn up art myths. He Hires NegroMIAMI 70 to 75 Mostly southeast z
racial we ire going
questions also said the school teacher ind south yinds 10 to 20 \
to have mobs in the streets and c
vote Is spilt.Dickinson BEACH ((UPI miles per hour
handles, said
law by axe High
Police Chief
Pomer-
Rocky
was the target of a
Karl said the racial problem
Southeast
can be solved by "cooperation, blistering attack fromsenJohn once laid Monday this city. cloduy through Wednesday
Partly
has hired its first
Dickinson'shome Negro police
Mathews today In
communication." and discussion. town.Matbews. officer. Miami: Beach was with widely scattered ., ..b ,
one of the first Southern cities, mainly. afternoon shower 12-HOUR I t-a.
Kelly said as far as the racial told a breakf..tpthertnc low tonight Z ;
Win today 14 to $8
issue wareenrceraed "It Is up at West Palm Beach to let down racial barriers at .. ,.
around 75 Southeaatjflidsouth ,, :
I to the ;tat. to enforce all laws. thafDlcklnaon Is "a nice young hotels and restaurants. winds 10 to 20 nines per X
Even the ones we don't like." man with a pepsodent smile, Pomerance laid James W
I And Mathews promised he would the only candidate with funny Smith, 35, was one of two Negroes hour.
a C
take "affirmative responsibilities paper. He would be ill thingsto who passed mental and Keys .
to keep the lines of com- all men but he simply does physical tests Smith was formerly Parti) cloudy through Wednesday l J EVENTWednesday
not have the courage of his convictions a guard at the City of with few scattered S TiRE V
7t ." If he has any convictions. Miami stockade. shower High lodiu' M low 'tonight ICD
TR to 80 s mthcastert)
Mathews said when Dickinson McNamaraVP winds 10 to 20 mile- per hourElect a
runs Into opposition on any
eel of his Idea, he simply backs Choice : 3: Thursday & Friday 7-UOAMto9'.OOR.Vt:
off. As an example, he recalled j t; tt;
CS)
lion Dickinson's highway proposed construction$309 bond mil WASHINGTON (UPI If ( tremendous stock oP-tlra piicedfco sail NOW z

program. ao"He he found abandoned It was unpopular the- vice President presidential Johnson picked candldaU a ;.K'N' $'W ]j'P We need the space for incoming ,.,1pl11c Ei:

STATEREPRESENTATIVE Idea," said Ma thews. now it would be Defense Secretary
Robert S. McNamara, : :
according to Florida congressman $ O 1
Robert Sikes PR n. JR. 2 F
Toll DroppedOn Sikes said he was makingno 1O
prediction about who the STATE'RtPRESENTA WHITEWALLS Amazing
TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT TO running mate would be four rrvt:
GO OUT TO A MOVIE! 5
months from now but said

line":I 1'v.' p4 M welch my weit. 2 BridgesTALLAHASSEE Johnson with Is very McNsmara.favorably Impressed : .. cain BLACKWALLS Values on

"cu're lecly tc her. N rL ht
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Alter seven years of toll pay DISCONTINUEDDESIGNS
lug motorists driving from the ,..r TUBELESSTUBE TYPE

Manatee County mainland to SETH McKEEL ECo ALL SIZES 03CD
Today Him Taw Bradenton Beach today can e
leave their change at home
PICTURE The State Road Department POLK COUNTY Get
JEST
here whilethe <
removed the tolls at T I.m., .' -

)i F THE YEAR two after bridges the bonded was refunded debt on the by ..., SCHOOL Dklrld BOARD J 04T Extra men on duty to selection U z

a $48 million bond issue delivered
V151 NTwerl In New York MondayThe For A ImlamtllatAdmlaltrrotka handle the expec@ rush complfftc

two bridges hit been op
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1917 All TmE3( MOUNTED FREE ,

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County Commission Refunds $600,000In TIRES


liWBENCE.OIAKUUV Road Taxes To Polk Cities Js RETREADS Many arllkir ntw dreg taken p

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Winter Haven Daily News.Chiefw. Today'sCommentary Project s.a1111 Alert 1. Letters To Washington Window I IBy


I. RVNMSON. """ .WUher'
JOHN W. HYNHSOH. A..I..... H .... PuMlther -

T The LYLE: C. WILSON lenged Health. Education and
EditorDear
h.bllik.doily. (....,s Sarerdayl) I hy .... "fetor Have MAJOR AL LONG USAR Ret
Secretary Anthony
PttMltkle" C*.. III,.. It* ltd Strait. N.W., Winter H...". PI..u.CHA.LIS By UaMexl Press I4enMllel Welfare J
It would be not a filibusterbut Celebreise on racial imbalanceand
wOSHO.NJACK .....1 Manaeer Analyst a public service If some what to do about it. Celc
____ ___ ___.
Bf PHIL NBW3OM Editor: southern senator would spend a brace was a civil rights witness
IIAHAN ----- ---Y A_ ... MiterAdvartltla DPI p...... New A.*lt FOREWARNED H be far more able to weather On this subject of One World few minutes or sn hour explaining before the House Judician
M... ., One of the trcgedie of Cyprus FOREARMENThe Government let us divide the His explanation
HTIR J. SULLIVAN *,. the storm and not become di.- that while school desegregation Committee. of
I* that Greek end Turkish question is being raked" couraged. people Into at lat three cataiorlea definitely does mean what racial imbalance was and

A Attecletot.NATIONAL .ADVERTISING. REPRESEMTATIVEShannan Chloato, IH. Cypriote are dying in a struggle "If GoMwater is not nominatedby The GRASS ROOTS people : Those who and know It It Is some things, it equally certainly how he proposed to solve it ap
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which should be setttod by the Republican Party aid aN awakening. If Goldwatercan being promoted oppose does not mean other. For parent was not satisfactory
E.t.,... es s...... Clan Mall M....' S.pt.1. ItM at the P.t o+fIe.I. the ballot box.UntortuMtely. elected President what will be persuaded to organize those who know II Is being promoted example, it does not mean that Cramer proposed and oh

In Whitof H...., florid. ands act el M.rth 2. .IBM in what now happen to the United States?" Md heed a 100 per cent Conservative who refuse and support to believe it, and that those such little white kids can be hustled rained adoption of an amendment

w cn be called a fuU-fcite civil The answer is "there is no Party there is an ex- xUts. around a big city school system to the bill defining the

: MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU war difference have lODe far chance for GoMwater to be ceUeat ell... to elect a Con- Into the eeeond category falls merely because they are word "deIere.. on." The del
beyond such logical volution. nominated by the Republican creative President. the follows"Desegregation
I' Of CIRCULATIONSMEMIER soy despite "Curious Reader" (New Chief white. initton ia as :
Party fact that politician! control most Letter To The Editor April 14). This explanation would be for means t h e
And whether the 1960 const-! This prophesy II NOT meant of the newsmedic.American Her. Is one who bas come to public school officials and Negro assignment of students to pub

Moo Irving Greek and Turkish to discourage Conservative patriotic people have forsaken believe In the Ideal--world' civil rights leaders in New lie schools and within such

j, Active Momker' UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Cypriots the right of veto over people RADIO for TV. Most of peace through On. World Government York City Boston, Chester, Pa.. schools without regard to their
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United r,... It .ns, I.d .. the t... one another ever was a workable If you: know in advance Just your programs of TRUTH come under the United Chicago and many other north rice color religion or national
ASSOCIATION fir ropublicttion of .ll local rows print.d one also is a matter now what I. In the wind, you will\ over RADIO. TV as YOU know N.tlons-and then they ask why ern cotnmurritiei. Some of these rlgin, but desegregation shall

It 44 I In thlt nawipa.er at will .i ell UPI. of unimportance. So deep have gives you, as a rule, only the should we not try to attain such northern public schools officials not mean the assignment of

N wt Dlipatchet.ADVERTISING gone the hatreds that certainlyit TelevisionIn Liberal side of any issue Thoseof a high Ideal? appear to be rubbery in the students to public schools in order

DEADLINI won't work now. The only ui with long range radio Books have been written on backbone. to prevent racial 1m

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT workable solutions seems the sets obtain excellent programsall this subject which was promotedIn Negro civil rights leaders are balance."
ly the W.,... I P.M. ',ni., .. D.y. By th. Inchi, ) P.M. ,...,... D... extreme ones. through the night time the U. S. aa early as 1896; made of stiffer stuff So it I II That will be the law when the

hul l Notieeii. I P.M. Protein D.y. Sunday Edition D..dh... Friday. A war that neither wants remains Review Check your national main .o short comprehensive answer that the white public school officials civil rights bill of 1964 is enacted -

DISPLAY Sunday OEPARTMENTI Edit-! P.M. Thursdays Monday I"lti.1 P.M. Friday) a possibility between tines and TV programs carefully would be Impossible. But let are inclined to fold be- It rejects the ides of
Greece and Turkey with and dl.cover-"the overall Curious Reader and those who for bussing little kids around
townto
T... .y Edition Noon Saturday; Wodnaiday. Tkurtdoy and FridayIditian fore Negro pressure correc
NATO already torn by disagreement strategy of the International believe likewise ponder these called racial Imbalance correct racial Imbalance
; -I P.M. Two Days In Advanao.Mombor By RICK DU BROW tion of what Is -
a further possible United Pre s International plotters is world control of ALL facts. in the public school sys Likewise It rejects the pairing
Souther Nawtpapar Publiihert Ass..iaranM victim. MONEY, to create strife pro History cannot give the system now pending In New
tem.
.mb.r Florida Pratt Auociatian HOLLYWOOD (UPI-I hope
"" In the middle, in a not unfamiliar haven't been missing mote anarchy and revolution slightest support to the one It Is proposed that this racial York City. This system would

SUBSCRIPTION RATES situation is the United you"Made In America," CBS-TV's set race against race the masses world Idea, AU the power of Imbalance be corrected by put- pair largely white and largely
a sins the classes, worker Rom did not prevent conflict
ly Carrier or Mail Nations.It : ting elementary school kids Negro public schools for an Interchange
v..., 11''.20; t .....th.. ,t.lO; I ", ..th.. $4.ISt, I ", ..th, "..111; would take an optimist Indeed new game show In which a against employer, and the have- within its own empire or prevent (white Negro but mostly of students to correct
.. ...... .. panel of celebrities guesses the from revolting or
wally, IB .1. Simla Coplaii Dally I : Sunday 10 c. .. to believe that the U.N. how millionaire contestants note against the haves Their people white) in busses to be ferried r.elallmb.lanee.
chief confusion against the central authority.
TELEPHONE Cy,.... i-2ltl I can in any way meet the earned their fortunes Dull It by control weapons of the are news media Even the American Common- each day far from their neighborhood The Congress is about to underwrite
three month target date it schools to other a civil right for little
Is. But occasionally there li wherever possible, Ignorance wealth of States, ai closely
originally gave Itself to find a schools. The little white kids white kidi. It would be the
funnier the
simply nothing on terror and threats of destruction associated as they were, came
For compromise solution. air unintentionally than to all of us by atomic warfare close to breaking up In war. would dilute the racial characteristics civil right to attend their closest .
A
Thought Today"Paul On the one side is the Greek the gushing respect with which or If we do not support Centralization of power has of the 90 or 100 percent to home neighborhood
Cypriot majority of than schools. school even if it meant that ,
more the celebrities favor the rich Russia against China, the Chinese never been a guarantor of peace.In Negro elementary a
400,000 led by President Archbishop There is a theory, perhapswell substantial number of little Negro
visitors. spite of this record one
) will\ destroy all of us, etc
apostle (special of Jesus
an messenger
Makarlos. Makarios demands Well, of course, you never etc." wonders of today still Insist grounded that Negro children kids would be deprived of

Christ by (through) the will of (the purpose and revision of the constitution know where your next sponsor Capitalism, Communism, the that through the V. N. such are deprived of equal educational their company

choice of) God, to the saints (the consecrated, get to eliminate the Turkish II coming from. And one suspects Labor Movement, Racial DIsorders would be possible.In opportunity if they

) which at Ephesus who are the faithful veto.And that the network might -are all used with ruthlessness must attend grammar schoolsin
apart ones are on the other is the Turkish be taken aback If its panelist ta promote their ends. 1845 the U.N. was chartered which more than half of

(loyal) in Christ Jesus" Eph 1:1 minority of less than 100,000 showed less than the proper They are on the alert to use with 40 members. During the their schoolmate also are Ne-

Here is the secret of a strong, calm, and effective fearful of losing IU minority awe for corporate achievement. anything and anyone If YOU early yean most member nations groes. But the bussing of little

Christian life. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett protection and demanding partition Needless to say the Sunday become powerful they will try were pro-western. However kids around cities to correct .
time went by more
of the island.So as racial Imbalance Is bringingfrom
night series would be a great to sue you tao History reveals
fir the great tragedy of deal livelier If they did, and that Napoleon, Lenin like nundedj members were admitted; most white parents a clamor ofprotest
Cyprus is Its number not friendly to the U. S. During much of It all
mounting ,
could get highly spirited contestants of :other powerful men of angry
of dead its thousands of refugees this same period our Image In of it determined. the white
to go along with the destiny, were only their tools. Say
EditorialsThe continued to
News Chief foreign countries
and its wrecked towns and approach Surely there are Even some of the Liberal fall. One by one our Allies lost parenti: "they shall not bus." /)' THE TOWN

vlllsgei. such persona probably some Press admit only recently the and trust for us as we And believe it or not so says
respect
But a conflict which should of the contestants Cmnrunists have Infiltrated the the Congress. The original Kennedy (jy
put among failed to exert the world leadership v
Trimester System remain a local one already them. Negro sit-down disorders and: of which w* were capable. civil rights bill as presented ,
goes far beyond its island movement. Did not Project to the House of Representatives .
But Sunday night's half-hour Today w* have 110 member In
From Florida State University comes a report on boundaries Alert Inform of this fact would have provided federal
show was' more of the ssme. I you the U. N., each with one vote
the evaluation of the trimester system in use at F.S.U. Thousands of Soviet built would sign an affidavit that the over a year ago? Who told us? which, when grouped by continents assistance to school districts

This report is an eye opener, because a great majorityof weapons find their way to the panelist seemed to laugh Just Ans.: Important Negro businessmen Is a* follows: to help solve the problems -
hands of Greek Cypriots from Chicsgj, Pittsburg, of desegregation and
racial -
a wee bit harder at the re Africa: mostly sympatheticto
those replying to the survey showed a deep resent through the United Arab Republic marks of the millionaires than and Newark New Jersey We Communism and Socialism, Imbalance Rep. George

ment to the new system. The study committee sent of President Gimal Ab- they might U you or I had said have their letters to us in our 35 nations, 39 votes represent Meaer. R-Mlch.. and Rep. William

649 questionnaires out to members of the F.S.U. fac- del Nasser, not so much for the same things. The presence files We feel that these gentlemen ing 24S.1 million people Cramer D.Fla., chal
Nitier's love of Makarlos but are Just as patriotic as Asia called
mostly so neutral -
of big money Is positively uplifting ;
ulty, of this number 473 ((73 percent) came back in for his hatred of Turkey.The In Its effect on those w* are. They love their country, of Communist bloc

sufficient time to use in the survey ; which makes the U.S. Embassy Is bombed who suddenly get a whiff of It. respect our Constitution, and countries, 25 countries, 25 ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

conclusions very meaningful and Americans are threatened Sunday night, for instance, the are not afraid to stand up for votes, 956.1 million people.
British troops, accepted by silhouetted mystery millionaire the truth.If Australia New Zealand: 2
In every major' category the replies stated that Makarlos in the role of peace- who turned out to be Guy Lom- w* want to know what a countries, 2 vote, 15.4 million WDPO-T WFLATVCheniwl WPTTTVCUMelf WTVTTVCkewMlll
title \;trViMMUrla ., ni *.n dver.. effect ( that iudents., makersfind speaker said, we go hear him ,
'tliemielvw the.tsrceta / barrio, was described as "On* people, oj") a c......i I .
,
Were getting less the that heini of snlpers"bqllet apea.lt and ask questions wheel ""CSS .. Mac .. AtC CM
4t mjiterial was presented of the M1-time success ttorlei -
'i: 't"pe';; the Soviet
including
United Nations forces, their the h.uc.it'on and inswer' period Orlend* ,_.. O/sde 1wp4
; that their kill development was lower; that own role Imprecise find themselves of the. nation. comes up. In this manner' Union: 27 countries, 27 vote,

graduate Student were doing poorer in their inde accused favoritism on America In turn," though la succeeding"Made In In we keep Il1lc-med and: know 628 million people. Tuesday NIGHT April 28
both sides what we are talking about. North America: 13 countries,
pendent studies that the amount of research and
} making millionaires about a* 13 votes, 273.7 million of which
In this battleground of politically 4iOO: -Niwt N..,, Spertt. N.wt, Weather MM H...
butchers.
creative work by the faculty was down; and that exciting as After its the U. S. has 191.1 million
fixed position In the debut earlier this month we TIlE ALMANACBy U countries itIS-SMf... WtUr Weather Editerl.i. S,'H Spent, Wtk.r
the teaching quality was less. role of compromiser hag been South America; .iJO-CBS News NIC Newt ABC News CIS Ntws
suggested that one of the ran United Press International U votes, 151.4 million people. 6:41-15; N.. NBC Newt News Weatko( CIS New7,00Adwnsuns
If, as the faculty of F.S.U. seems to think, 111 thrown. an affable Finn named ions for the dullness Is the lack Today I. Tuesday, April 28, Many of the U. N. member

of these accusations are true then the trimester system Sskarl Tuomloja. Tuomioja is of bizarre prizes like tax deductions the Math day of 1964 with 247 are new emerging nations hi Award Thaatre The Robot. N.k.d City
an intelligent man and an op when the panel has to follow. others have never had a stable Till- Padlee "T r al Tha Robel Ntk.d City
should be re-evaluated without delay As one of timist. Me has need to be. His trouble guessing the contest The moon is approaching Its government over a long periodof 7,10-Adwniures: i I I.. of Lydia! CebaNaked City

replies quoted in the report says "the most Important last U.N. job was in Laos.Mewories. ant's secret. As things are now, last quarter years, while still other have 141- Paradise Agalnit Combat Naked City

facility has been i ignored or at least minimized, the millionaire gets up to $600 The morning star Is Saturn. a population of 300,000 or I.sa. IOo-R. SVtlte the Son of Combat. Had Sk.lt.nHarculai"

to wit the so-called human element-the and In cash for his or her favorite The evening star Is Venus. Yet they have the came voting B:11-Red SktlU. Combat Rod Sk.lt.n
: faculty charity, which Is of course ad- James Monroe the fifth president power a* the U. S. which pay* S0-R.d Sk.ltoo M. Sires McHalo't Navy Rod Sk.lt.n
students. That is a faculty which can not be main minble. of the United States, was one-thlrd of the bill of the U. N. .141-ft1 Sltlt. Gordon Scott McHale't Navy Sad Sk.lt.n

tained and refurbished and one in which a dollar's Miss 20 Connie YEAR AGO returned born on this day in 1758. Sine by far the majority of the 1:00P.HieaRickard' ...... Th. G....... PatttcaatttIB
value if measured year-round will Haas The Channel Swim: The subject On this day In history: member nations are below Junction Sb.. Show .. Earth Junction
by usage, give from a three weeks theatrical of CBS-TV'a next "Town In 1788, Maryland entered the "averse It should be quite t:10 Jack Banny Richard I.... The Greatett Political
fallacious returns" engagement In Boston Mass Meeting the World" via aitelllt Union ai the seventh state. obvious which way thy would MB: Jack Banny Skew Shaw en larth Political

We feel that the trimester system has now been to spend her vacation with her May 27, to "Myth and In 1M2, the government ordered vole should the U. N. have the 10:00-harry Mere_B.iina't Tho Fugitive M....
Mr. and RussellN. Carry
parents, Mrs to inforce a majorityvote
In'effect long enough to give good results to a thorough H.... Menace of international rela In a all World War II "dim.out" power of its member The State 10:11-Garry Moore Last Round Th. Fooitlv Garry .......
tions. Participants will' \ be communities along 10:10-Garry Macro Bo.!no't Tho Fugitive Garry Mere
statewide evaluation This should be done without 10 YEARS AGO Richard Nixon in New York; the Atlantic Coast after dusk. Department and the Arm Con- I 10.41-Carry Moore Lilt .....,* Tho Fugitive Garry Man

delay and should encompass the feelings of students There were 12,352 registered Sen. J. William Fulbright In In 1952. the war with Japan trol and Disarmament AgencyI
voters In the 11 precincts In officially ended as a treaty doing all that U can to see I 11:00 I -Nowt N.... Spt, Wtr Nawdln N.... Sports
as well as those of the faculty. It the study should the Winter linen area according Washington; Harold Wilson signed in 19S1 by the United that the U. S. I I. disarmed and tI.tl-h.| Wtkor Tonlakt Skow E'torlal. Woks Webs, I'torl.l; )

show that education under the trimester system ia to a breakdown prepared British Labor party leader In Stales and 47 other nations the U. N. armed so It will have ((1,10-Tkoatro efIMS Toniakt$ Skow Late Sh.. slob Prtlnc
London; and Maurice Schumin this the Start Toni.kt Skow Lato 55.. 17th '..el..et
markedly inferior to that under the semester system, by Hugh E. Carlton chairman of the foreign affairs went Into effect.In power.Prosperity

then Florida should return to the semester system. Polk County supervisor of committee of the French National 1903, Haitian police broke Wednesday MORNING April 29
registration and made public. Assembly, In Paris. into the embassy of the Dominican and peace can

After all, education is the main item we are seeking 5 YEARS AGO CBS says there will be no studio Republic at Port-au-Pninc never come by tearing down the 7.00 .Oporation Today Shew
Polk County youngsterswere and seized Haitians seeking ref {real. Rather It can come only wed Day
audiences this time becauseIt 'all-
Alpkakot Today Skew N.. Good Day
most plagued by mess- there. as men are free from unnecessary -
was' felt that "the wide range uge .Io-W.-u Todoy Shew Micklo Evant Good Day
Mechanical Housewives lei, according to records of and complex nature of the discussion" A thought for The day: Italian government r'1\12aUonlnd :41M.vl.. Today Show Midi Evant Good Day
Department Then the miracle of the
the Polk County Health dictator Mussolini once said control.
In England, Dr. Meredith Thring has invented a There were 73 cases would be restricted by "War alone brings up U Its market place will do for other B.OO-Captain" Taday Sit_ Michie I.... Captain

mechanical housewife that can scrub floors, wash reported In the county.. their questions highest tension all human energy what it has don. for America ..111K.n',.... Today Shaw Midle I.... Kanaaree ,
1:10 C.ptain Taday Show C.rtoonvlllo
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windows, wash and iron clothes, set tables (but not and put the stamp of nobility Project AlertW. B: t- K..,.,.. Today Shew Carteenvllle K..,.,.. |,
DAILY CROSSWORD upon the people who have
cook) and make beds. the courage to face It." A. Berry f:0 -American T....,'* Meals Enarclt' Memin' MovU,

"Thring's Thing," as it is called, could be put into ACROSS 1. DOWN 11. Plant ovule ,'l' L ,,11HI"., Who GanoCarteenvID. "M.. In 1t.10
1. Hastened Lethargy Rompor Room Ian1 Stnk.i"; Carteenvlllo
production for $2,800,000, but would sell for about 5 Flit 2.Covered 15.Not I f.4B: ::Romper Room .) M.ll.r j ; Carteenvill Mornin the Stodlo"* Movie; !!

$1,400 each. No lively market is immediately foreseen Kiln wire deep Ii '" WSIR
10. Notion basket 11. Boring DIAL Program 1490TUasnav 1000: -CBS N.. 1. Groonl.al Spanbh LaToday1 '''nt M..i., Mavla]
for the mechanical housewife at that price. Too 11 Student forpopping tool '. l, .. C 10:11-CBS New Movio Spanish' L.i nt fcj*. 1LJAwlW
men are getting better looking models for less 13. A wood com 21 Stop '" .. a 011 Marual Nna 1010-I: Love Loty Word for Word Price It High! :. I Uvolecy
many AIt._ a 04 WSIR Eddertala 10:41 1 love Word for .
wed b% 3. MtaforJ3..Therefore '. + A lay Word Price I. Right I lev* lacy '
with no oiling or worries about trade-in values. tune 00 Mutual Nei 101 Mumma 14.i Ra..dap
money furniture 101 Home II HIII""a. 116 00D0I MoerYagI I 11:00-The MoCoyt C.II........;. Got The Tho McCoyt '
-The Raleigh (N. C.) News and Observer making 4.Proofa... ac JO Moral N.". 5 ::10 Va", tae Uvlag
: reader* clams14Measure 1 m wins a loll! 5 ao Menial N... | hi I-The McCoyt Concentration M....,. }be McCoyt I
14. Fruit
of direction tine ..... ..,'. Anawao 4 to Hone II Highway\ JII IJoIo4 Monlaga 11:30-Poto I Gladys Jaopardy M ..,.. UnitJaepardy ,.. I GlodytPotoaCUdyt. ,
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UleoJopuabl.. S3. Beseech s Yuael Newe I : Youss Newea
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_ Tuesday, April;128, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHKF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Rve
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, Sen. Holland County Seeks Connection Police Probe Area Deaths Many :Voters To Cast Ballofe Author's Son

Cypress Lanes MM. MAl MeCONC (Corttnued Area Pate' toe) 63 Lake Region-Teen Center

Mrs. Mae Reece AlstoaeMcCeae. 4, Maetatta-Ana 4-R Club Building.. Third St. and

Money Theft p, of 14th ... Bull_. Ave F. NW
Defends Stand With Sunshine ParkwayA Russion
ZspnvraUls. died this morals 5, KaNUte UN's Dent 64 Hartrtdfe Assembly of Play
God Church Lake Ida Section.
Aa undetermined amount of at the rsaiaonce of her son BufldtaR.a
Polk County connecting en had decides to. push for mosey war stolen from Cypress Roy M Reeve te Eagle: Lake IW "..,n....-........ Ave r, NW Assembly of God

On Civil link with the Sunshine Parkway toe turnpike ...... Gardens Lana eke Cypress foUowtt a kNMjthy ..... pal Bone**. Church Lake Ida Sectoin. Roulette Dies
Rights via Haines City Is .being The State Road Departmenthas Garekns Rd.. early this She was a native of Tattahaseee T, Green "---W. J. Park- 1007 65 Cabmen JaavPkyt Road- FIn JanPfeylVillage. House. ,

pushed today in Tallahasseeby already agreed to study mowing after the building was and lived In Winter Haven H ftaetdeMt.I. .
.
BARTOW (i'pr--sen.) spos- WUmer IICCut heoD. chairman the proposal, which also Includes broken. into and a desk drawr for many years, moving ProvttMMt-CMh House 66, SE: Auburndale-at Al- NEW ORLEANS (UPI) --The
sard L. Holland, D-Fle., MM of the county commit extension of the link to containing money pried from here to ZephjrrUUs M I Bradley Jiaaeekn Old It-year-old son of PulltierPrise
School ........... bans Perish House. winning editor Hoddlng
today when the civil rights bill sioners. in conferences with Brevard County and has earmarked opsa.The. years ago She was a memberof
Is 10 Morton JMssr High 67 Mariana Non Denom Carter died of a gunshot wound
understood more thoroughly, Winter Haven Pollee the Zephyrhilla First Methodist
top officials of the State Read ".181I> for preliun-
First (nation Church Ktat awl Dairy
Softool Rater, in the head In whet
most Sunday Monday
Americans will thank the Department. cry encujeefiaib work. Department .is IDveltit. ac. Church and the Royal Road. po-
group of senators who debating Methodist Church. Has described as"Russian rou-
ire -
McCutcheon said, before la addJHos& to the twnetke Neighbors of .America. 11. Highland Cstj-OW Poet 66 AriHt-Camp Rot.". Wte."
"One against it. leaving that the commissionSparkman link. MeCuMwea Is also die- Haven Utility She Is survived by two sons, 0Ifk'e. 68 Carver Educational: Thorns Carter was a freshMM .
we down the road
to Roy Reece of Eagle Lake and
with the Florida State .
ceasing Diile
toward me police state, arbitrary U NW Winter Hawi-Wo- Building Highway Baptist at Intone University
actions become a two- Asks Outdoor Recreation Council (Continued From Page One) Harry A. Reece of Winter Haven man'a CW Church. Mere. .his father is a consultant -

way sword which win destroy the eetabUaluneiit of a new arrested and charged with lottery ; nine grandchildren. ; and U. Altwree-Wewan's dub. 70 NW Hetaee CHy-SUte Journalism..
Negro rights just as surely as Canal From TV state park in the Marion violations and bond waa one ,grandchild. 1West Froatproof-Fire Bank of Haloes City, The elder Carter Is editor and
they will destroy the rights of Creek area east of HaineaOty ..t.t $2,000.Alter Service arrangements are Department 71 NE Halnra CKy-Spells publisher of the Greenville,
other Americans,"Holland saidIn To Mexico Gulf that the officers went Incomplete and will be announced 15. S. Haines city Fire East Side Sendee Station Miss Delta Democrit-Tlmes

a statement Issued by his WASHINGTON (UPI) .sen. The park would serve a sev after the first man. He was by Mitchell Funeral Station. 7! Parkland-District No, S and the author several books

campaign headquarters here. John Sparkman,D-Ala.,said today en-county area with a million Identified as James D. Rennet Home. 16. Homeland Martin's Office. New Orleans police said the
Holland ts seeking reelection a shorter water route linking people all within two hours of Winter Haven and was arrested Friends nay call tomorrow Store. 73. Lake P.rbr-Armor" shooting happened after a partyat
to a fourth term In the the Tennessee Valley with driving Acquisition of land Is at a restaurant he evening from T to 9 p.m. 17. Willow Oak-Pine Grove 74. Lake Bonny-New Civic Carter's New Orleans home.

Senate, and is opposed by J. the Gulf of Mexico Is essentialto made possible through the out operates after an infra red Baptist Church. Center The youth's parents were out
Bralley Odham of Orlando. light showed the fluorescent DistrictNo. 71. Hesperldea Lake Aurora out of town, and young Carter
N. -
keep pace with the area's door recreation bond issue ap Mrs. Eunice Elisabeth l 16. Mulberry
"Sit-ins, stall-Ins, and Insults rrowlr.llndu.trt&1 potential.Sparkman proved last November In a paste on his hands. (Daughtte) H+une. 61, of 151 1 Office.19S Christian Assembly and after Ms girl the friend were, cleaningup said.
to our national leaderscan In testimony prepared referendum.The The slips in the tin can show Ave. C, SW. died in the Winter East Lake Wales Pa- 76 Golfview-Oolfvtow Baptist party police
"rm going to play Russian
not be permitted to pressure for to Senate ed total lottery sales of $1,087 vlllon-Optimlst Club Church Social HaU
delivery a
turnpike link aa Mc Haven Hospital last night aftera roulette," he told the girlfriend
reponslble leadership into appropriations subcommitteefor Cutcheon aeee it, would have according to Bowen. short Illness. She was a 20. Polk City-Town Hall. 77 Highland Park-Paseton Carter then pulled the
abandoning the right of fret the proposed Tennessee- In a more conventional arrest SI. NE Winter Ilavell..ciYIcCenter. Play Amphitheater
to be a Joint project with the superannuated ordained min He died
trigger. Instantly.
enterprise of individual the next Bowen and
liberties Tomblgbee project, said the day liter 71 Scenic Park Lake
seniority rules and the state and Osceola County Wilson picked up Julius Richardson -
areas surrounding proposed Addlaon'sGarage Walra Armory.
22. Loughman -
which much of it A native of Geneva County,
through
right to select our workers and Theodore Day a
or route "cry out" for the new 79. Buffman-District Office
Winter
Ala. she
fellow workers," Holland said. waterway.Sparkman. would run. It would probably pool room operator in Lakeland. came to 23. Carpenter's Home No t, PresbyterianMen
Lake 39
Haven from Eagle
"All Americans will be the said the proposed have to built with secondaryroad : The officers spotted Richardson Carpenter's 80 Tiger Bay American
Main Building
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agents sitting In Judgment of system would be a vital link funds.Bicycle. driving on Havendale Blvd. and yean ago minister, She was of the an Assembly ordained Home. Legion Fort Made To MeetThe
every act of employment and In the Inland followed him to Lakeland. County
waterways systemsand 24. Tllghman-Rodney Dun II, S, Mulbrrry-Polk
and
of God Church
a
p.ximotlon, of deciding for us an economical shorter connection Hike They arrested the pair after Residence. Health Center Men'i Chapter of the
member of the First Assemblyof ranee
whether In employe rela- Richardson told them he was
every between the mid-contin Pinewood Central Ave 82 Wshnrtts Community First Presbyterian Church wIU
25. -
tionship we have discriminated ental heart of the nation and Swim Party taking $491 worth of lottery God Church of Winter Community Center Building meet tonight at '.30 o'clock
against the worker because of the Gulf of Mexico at Mobile tickets to the other man. Haven nue Council U. Summerlln-Old Pontiac at the" church It wit incorrectly
religion color Jacobs, 33, of Lake Hamilton She was the widow of the 26. Davenport -
sex, or age.
Den 2A Main and Orange reported last night that
Held By with Rev John Wesley Hause, who Chamber-Town of Davenport Agency,
waa charged possessing .
All Polk Voters 27 NW Lake Wales-Ameri 64 Harklake-Home Demonstration the clan was affiliated with
and transporting lottery died ID 1960.
bicycle hike and swim party
Auditorium North Hope Presbyterian Church
Finance Plan and and She i la survived by three can Legion Hall.
equipment aiding
(Continued From Page One) were held last weekend by members ,
Side Cattle Pavllllon -
Wales Fire ----
of Cub Scout Den 2 of assisting In operating a lotter,. sons, George D Hiuie of 2$, SW Lake -
Continued
( From Page One) The commissioners turned HaymanAudlorlum
61 Clear Springs-
Pack 123, sponsored by the Bey- Bond la $1,500.Bennet Hartford Ala, J. W House Station. SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
through December 1965. the whole South Side Cattle
By Hall
problem to the ,
over mer Memorial Methodist 62, of Winter Haven of Tampa, and Bernice Hauae 29. Lake Alfred-City
then, Council officials hope,the engineering department for a Eagle Lake-City Hall Pavilion.
Church. same charged as Jacobs, and of Winter Haven; i sister 30.
legislature will have approveda recommendation bond la $2,600.Richardson 31. Lake Hamilton Fire 66. Armour Office Kuder
special tax for the downtown The scouts and their guests Mra. Brown Taylor of Sanford;;
rode from the Lake Shipp 48, of Winter a brother Frank Daughtte of Station. Feed Mill.
"core area" to off the bonds
Hyacinth Nuisance
pay School to Cry.tal8elch In Eagle Haven, Is charged with po*. Enterprise Ala,; five grandchildren 32. Lake of the Hills- Community 67 Gordonvllle Building
and then be> used for future improvements.
227 Barlow Air Base
Commissioner Lea W. Dun Lake, a distance of about four session of lottery equipment.Bond ; and five great-grand House "
son said he bad received several miles. is $GOO. children. S3. Dundee City Hall Police 66 Deacon Hills-Dobbins
The Council's next meeting
that there are went Day, 33, of Lakeland ts Station. Park Maintenance Building
will be held at the Exchange complaints While at the beach they Funeral services will be held
National Bank. This will be so many hyacinths on the swimming and had a picnic charged with aiding and assisting Thursday afternoon at ISO: 34, Combee Country Club 69 E. Frostproof Tourist
May 11.After. Peace River that people cant lunch. in operation of a lottery. from the Laughlln Funeral Estates Ann Bldg, Center Building
lunch, compliments of uae canoes on It. Mr. and Mrs Jack Say were Bond Is $1,900. Chapel with the Rev J. D. 35. Pierce-Giles Soda Shop. Lutheran yR -PROtT, JR.
be In charge of arrangements for All ala have been relIned 36. Lake Wire Recreation 90. Flamingo registered
the bank, Council members will He asked that something Courtney, district superintendent STATEREPRESENT
get a look at the bank's new done immediately about this. the trip. Cubs attending were on bond. of Aiembly of Cod Hall-Church of God voters.
Glend.le-St. Paul's Lutheran
Craig Seay, Doug Whltmer, Bob' Eastgate-Gymnatorlum II
computer system Churches of Lakeland and the 37 *TIV
This Is the first of several Stockade Bid Mclver Curt Shiran, Mark Rev Emerson Jones, pastor -Wesley Memorial Methodist Church
luncheons the bank will sponsorfor The commission received Masterson Johnny Brantley, New York of the First Assembly of God Church.

various organisations.. bids on additions to the county Danny Brantley, Tommy Heck Church of Winter Haven officiating 36 Weslover Episcopal '
stockade Apparent low bid. and Dan Brownyard. Guests on Burial will be In Church. Fruit Shipments

der was R. W. Despard of bicyles included Mrs John Hartford Als. 39 Connersvllle Rout Of Polk Needs A

Lake Alfred at 28480. Brantley, den mother; Mrs Stock ReportNEW Friends may call at the Otto fice-Lake Gsrfleld Dally earloadlngs (In boxes) Butineuman In
Ye This bid was only $21 lower George Brownyard. and Mrs Laughlln Chapel tomorrow 40 Bsbson Psrk Youth from the Fruit and Vegetable

f rr than Lakeland Construction Dualne Whitmer.Candidates YORK (UPI-Mldday night between 7 and 9. renter _... Inspection Division: Its Delegation
Company. The bids will be stock prices: 41 SE: Winter Haven-Win By rail. 7.106 grapefruit. 17,
tabulated and the contract Alabama Gas 35V: ter Haven Armory 396 oranges, 74 temples fey
awarded at the next meeting.The Go Amerlcsn Can Co 43% FuneralFuneral 43 Cleveland Heights St. boat 3U orange, by trutk
American Hardware 50* Paul's Lutheran Church. grapefruit 20.812: ir
23,066
commissioners voted to (Continued From Page One) services for Orvlllo\ Ord-
Motors 16MiAmerican 43 L Hnttlnaiworth 43 tangerines, M tern
American angel
buy a new car for the construction Preston White 65. of 231 Me-
other towns In a four county : Sugar 22Amefican Auburndlte. way Arts iwflrttng, l'arUIa'Sout pleat total, ''M.114 krapctratl,
from Km Sf \ who died
department' area Monday that Dickinson's,,; T v't }41 ? tote 1 f'r" College 36.MO oraaau, 43 lameriaei.Ill .
Lakeland Ford for $1IIS4.35, comlc-strip .advertising "ju\:t American Tobacco ,. 344 Monday morning .In i'4+t.rl 11. Dixieland1''..' 437 Sovtt" ,, .....'*' for tapping. total
) plus a trade-in. nile hoopla" and add Dickinson Anaconda Copper' 42H Haven Hospital will be conducted Florida Ay. I of .,64' bo...,
The only other bidder was ia a "nice young man with a Atlantic Coast Line 7m Thursdsy morning st 10::30 43 Webster-NW Lakeland Cannery. receipts, ".113 grapefruit
Thomas-Wsters Ford (Halley personable smile" that backs Bendix Corp 44% at the Chapel of the Mitchell Improvement Assn. B24.540 orsnjt for a cannery .
Ford) of Winter haven Their away from anything controverslat. Borden Foods 72V Funeral Home with the Rev 46. North Auburndale total of 662,123 boxes,
James R of
JFREE bid for the cash price was Briggs Manufacturing Co. 71.* the Auburndate Thompson First pastor Baptist Stambaugh Garage, -- -. -

lower but they didn't offer as Karl in talks at Miami and Burlington Industries 43: % Church officiating Burial will 47 Wr.lw lKt-DI'lrlct No. Students Seek

SERVICE much tradein.Electric Cocoa attacked Dickinson as Chesapeake and Ohio fig follow In Glen Abbey Memorial 3 Office.
Coy Farris Bryant'a "chosenKnight" Chrysler Corp. 45** Park 48 Elolse-New Community (Continued From Page One)
ON ANY Franchise and said the present Cities Service Oil Co 66HCocaCola Friends call this eve .
County Attorney John Dew administration has been apathetic o. 126* and may evening Hall.9., Coif Manor-Club (House t, will begin at 3 p,m.
sing tomorrow
ell has drawn up a tentative to education In the Cape olgate-Palmolive Co 4ZH: from to I at the Mitchell Funeral -Golf Course. Featured at the fair In addition .
7EBCDREEL contract to give Tampa Elec Kennedy area "It u ridiculousthat Cone Mills 17H Home.B&PW. 50. Indlsn Lake Estates to the presentation of
Uric Company a 20.year fran the nation's pace center Continental I Can 47V4Curtlss Arnold Building. the May Day Court will be
chise. and new industries In the east- Wright II'* 51. Eaton Park-Community numerous booths, rides, food Ettct
In the past only five'year central Florida area are being Douglas Aircraft 24H Installs Club booths, a cake walk and 6 ,.

franchises have been given. nerved by outmoded roads" the Dow Chemical I 7m Continued From Fife One) 52 Crystal Lake-Sheltered talent show

Regardless of age The commissioners decided to Daytona Beach representative u Pont 258H" three main committee Workshno for Hsndlcaoped A ham dinner will be served BEN HILLGRIFFIN
regardless of condition! study the matter and bring It said Eastern Air Lines 36 Some of the activities given 63 Sylvester ShoresOfficeOld at I:30 p m, and the crownIng .
Bring your ZtBCO reel In to up again next week. Dickinson hammered on constitutional Eastman Kodak 128V4 by the chairmen were A +ewsio DI-DM" Pl ".. of the king and queen will
us! A factory-trained ZEBCO revision In the Tampaarea 54 Fountain HelvhtsMe follow.
Ford Motor Co. Utt ,week training course on
expert end service will Inspect your ZsbcofREEl clean 'LEJ'; l' ;;'; and said there would be General Electric 63H' seven leadership; Spanish classes, dulls Baptist Church The public has been invited Your Stale Senator
plums for the bench 55 West End Recreation to attend part or all of the
No charge for parts no political General Motors 1"iICener.1 :! exchange students from Italy,
er service. No purchaseThurs. when be becomes governor He Telephone S3V Bacon Room Circle M. Trailer fair. Pen.' ti Pd kjr ems HIM Orlftm
France and Spain,
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KJNGSWOSPit would follow the recommendations Park Arlana Ave. .
eeoewy said he ..
( Georgia Pacific Corp 63 Club installation, Girl Scouts, c.sparse Fees, MPBell.I
Hall
of the Florida Bar Goodrich Rubber ii Work M WabasWRecreation>> SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN Ile, Twa.a5n6s..atwi.
Girls' Club, Welfare ,
-Woodall) Trailer Park
in appointing ,Judges
Rubber 40H
Goodyear
., Apr. 30thVILLAGE At a coffee in Miami Burns Gulf Oil Corp 53Indi.D % and Business Women' Week 17 Swindell New Home -

OTT.J.R. told women that be will deal Head Mills 14* activities.: HantM' Church
with educational problems at all International Harvester 704 Some of the outstanding 56, RePs Vista Recreation

levels and that he 1s concernedwith International Nickel 79* speakers listed were: Senator Hen N Florida Htl'MiSI ,
STATE Scott Kelly, Slim Summer Hales Real
education and would help International TAT 56* Lake Gibson
REPRESENTATIVELET'S' State School Supt Thomas D Johns Manville S7H' Wile, William Berry, Gilbert Estate Office
SOU7HIAS7 PLAZA Richardson, and Dr K.VUI.-Fire Station,
Bailey 'sell it to the state Kennecott Copper 604 Peyton 60
"t .. )1. Burns said be would also Koppers Co. 44* George Cooler.Following 61 SW Winter )Haven-Cafe ,
toe reports, Miss Old South Winter Haven
look into the trimester systemat Kroger Co. JOH teria
state universities and colleges Lockheed Aircraft UHLorlllard : Hughes commended the members Elementary School
recently described In a Tobacco 4TH officers and chairmenfor 62, cypress: Gardens St

1i study at Florida Slate University Louisville It Nashville 64 their. efforts and support. John's Melhodlit Church

as making a rat race out Merck I Co. 112H'

of education Middle South Utilities 47H
reiterated his promiseto
Kelly Monsanto Chemical 74*
KEEP work for reorfsniistwo of Montgomery Ward 36
the Road Department to give National Gypsum 49** CITRUS WORKERS

r continuity from one admlnlstra Paramount Pictures MH

r lion to the next and build roadson J r, C Penney 52 axed aM. shevt wedileeaee
"traffic count rather than DM re> the re II LES vote count for the winning candidate Pepsi Cola Bottling SIH Is the clfmt 1114..", Hee.. 111 101* sees .le.
for governor Phillips Petroleum KU Produced U tie 1"1 leasJe* *f ... FUrWej. U klew6. .
Republic Steel 4314Seaboard

[ Air Line 45** Tk. ,.".... *f Hewn III tots we N nab Neasier
VOTE FOR Sears Roebuck 106* for dire. wertae N eweAfy re* e.eme4eyme t .

DUNSONCounty *-"" L PIPKIN toeony Sinclair Mobil Refining 44 76* ....eMMHe* by .bweffatf the .lawn retirement.

Ill Southern Company 5644Southern free the preset 20 weeks *. 14 weeks.Tto IUD JONES .

Cewsity Cemmtstleeer. Natural ell S3* morel sfcew. rfce f.peeeeafe fey Mettei.PeA C.. JieMy f d.e's keee what.If..me..esite.
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Grant Enjoys Ruby To Face ,For Anderson Panama Off



Hew Role As Jury Decision : WASHINGTON Ambassador (Robert UPI) -B Special An.

derson leaves for Panama
t3LS1 1 Wednesday on an Informal get
acquainted visit to precede dlscus.iion -
Drunken Slob On InsanityDALLAS of slues involved In

the ( mal I Zone crisis

HOLLYWOOD (UPI! ) I nIl (UPI) .-Jack Ruby, Panama and the United
seedy begrimed man with "i amid by his psychiatrist to be \ Sidles Jinnl on April 3 to ret
week growth of beard on hi' uttering delusions of the massacre \ .M( thhsh diplomatic relations
chin stepped jauntily onto ihsoundstage <' :; A of Jews outside his Delias for( (the purpose! of resolvini
n if he owned 'the I County Jell cUalmot certainly ,liffcirmc.! 1)\I'r the 1903 Pan
place will go before a Jury to determine ,1111.1 i i .,mil In'"it\'
You could see beneath the If h* U Insane i
dirt and disreputable clothe Lawyers for the condemned
hit he had a tou/<'h of rlis' killer of Lee Harvey Oswald _.
Unmistakably htould be filed a motion Monday for a
/ handsome with a shave, dun sanity trial for him, and Aast.
clothes and a bath Dial Atty. William F. Alexander EX-MARINE JOINS AIR FORCE-T/Sqt. Owen D.
Then he opened hIs mouth and said the Judge has to grant Smith of Winter Haven is sworn in the U.S. Air Force by
the voice that came out was it. Col. William Miller of Tempe
Gary Grant'sIt Judge Joe B. Brown said he ExMarineEnlists
was in fact, Grant. Gr.int would set a date for the trial
the idol of millions of females later. James KynesTo In
Grant the epitome of tonsorial Ruby nursed a bruise on his
head received when he rammedthe
elegance Grant the suave tcphlslicate Air ForceA
Grant, the drunken wall of his cell in an apparent
bum. d suicide attempt Sunday, TestifyIn Winter Haven former
The latter ii strictly for the the same day he was caught Marine who had subsequently
role he plays in "Father Gooar trying to make a noose out of done reserve duty with an air
his white uniform. unit has reenlist In the military -
Jail
at Universal And hit joy at d I v
...this time with the
Ruby's lawyers, beaded by service
portraying an inebriated slob is WashingtonBy
Dr. Hubert Winston Smith, a Air Force. .
enormous It gives him the opportunity -
combination lawyer doctor, He Is T/Sagt. Owen D Smithof
to out of his fancy
get M lost an attempt Monday to get United Press International S75 Crestwood Drive.He was
clothes and hit .barber shop PILOTS HEAR COLLEGE PREXY-Dr. Fred Lenf.ifey. left president of Polk County the baldish, and haggard former Att)'. Gen. James Kynes sworn In by Col.William Miller MONROEBRANNEN

image.'It's lot trouble to get Junior College, congratulate Mtis Mile Arnold, Winter Hn.n senior at Florida State strip tease club operator removed campaigns today In Orlando commander of the 8445th AFRR
dirty than a it more was to look clean" University through scholarship aid from the Pilots. At right, Mrs J, H Whitney, chairmen from Jail for prolonged and Gainesville before traveling Group, Tampa, for five yearsof

t Grant said, parking himself in of the Scholarship and Education Committee.Russia mental tests to Washington to testify active duty. served
If Ruby gets a sanity trial before the House Judiciary Sgt. Smith previously
the trailer that serves as a and the Jury finds him insane, Committee on Bible readingand in the Marine Corps but since
dressing room on the sound Pilots Club he would be sent to a state in schools January 1963 had been affiliated
stage, hospital for the criminally Insane prayer with the 0331st Air Force Reserve SHERIFF
I "Actually, these are the kind His opponent, Earl Falrcloth
May Shoot and all appeals of his Recovery Squadron based
of clothes I wear down at my death sentence conviction would of Miami charged Kynes at the Bartow Air Base.
house in Palm Springs They're Hears Talk By be suspended until he was cured.If Monday with using Gov Far He is a former mechanic at
not this dirty of course, but 1 the Jury finds him sane, rit' Bryant at hit "chief fundraiser Halley Ford.
let my beard grow, too. Life It he will stay in the county jail ."
more comfortable this way." For Moon In 1966TAMPA while the courts consider his Kynes, in turn criticized BE IN "EARNEST" WITH YOUR VOTE
f Grant paused to scratch hit Dr. LenfesteyDr. appeal. Falrcloth for playing up sec
beard. tionalism in the campaign. ELECT
"In spite of the stubble on (UPI) "A government the President's National Aeronautics "Just because a man lives
my chin, the filthy clothes and space specialist expectsthe and Space Council, said Fred Lenfeatey president in Dade County It a sorry EARNEST D. "BUD"DIXO1M
dirt on my face people recognite Soviet Union to send a Monday he expected Russian of Polk Junior College, DeMolays Slate reason for electing man to
me on the lot" he grinned. manned spaceship on a voyage scientists to move closer to poke Monday evening to the the high office. My opponent t: ii
'It's the same way when I around the moon and back with such missions "very soon" Winter Haven Pilot Club, giving hat the audacity to suggest ,
get cleaned up. My beard I It in several years, possible by by attempting a rendezvous between a resume of what could be expected that simply because of geography j '"
nearly pure white without the 1908. a manned ship and another of the college when It Open HouseThe he is entitled to sit on the } FOR
makeup but when people on the Dr. Charles S. Sheldon, member craft In earth orbit. opens in September at the Bar- ie ridiculous Clerk of Circuit Court
street pass by they have no of the professional staff of Another possibility, he told anewsman tow Air Base He described the Cabinet "This .. A
reasoning, Kynes said I PUDGI! HONEST,
adult and evening programsplanned
t trouble identifying was a Soviet launchof
' "
I. mg. '
nit a two-man spaceship similarto spoke of the purely cultural Winter Haven Chapterof He added, "as for myself, S DEDICATED rustic SERVICIPd
,
Grant wasn't sure
4, as a top romantic leading many New Key Club America's Gemini capsule subjects that will be offered the Order of DeMolay has while being a resident of one ( Pot. Adv TEACHER DIMOCRAT CHRISTIAN
f I man years had impressed movie expected to make Its maiden and explained advantages announced it will hold an open area of the state I am a citizen -.
In general house tomorrow night In the Florida."
of all
that manned voyage In December or of junior college
, to the extent they
I'i goers
r would fall to recognize him unless early next year V. S. rendezvous Polk Junior College will Masonic Temple Faircloth accused Kynet of
, he was dressed and groomed Year BeginsThe and docking attempts are spend better than half million The program will be pre. being financed by 'special interests
faultlessly set for late 1908 dollars\ next year, he said. It The program will include a who have benefited J.rt$10nt
At 60 he it still athletic In.ppelt.nce. The United States plans to already hat 40 per cent of its film on the history of the most from the governor'
lie with the land two men on the moon In faculty with earned Ph. D. degrees DeMolays and the "Flower generosity with the taxpay
moves
Winter Haven High the Apollo program by 1970. and since the doctorate Talk" will be presented en' money." lie questionedthe
of a man half his age
grace School Key Club defeated the 42-HOUR
for colleges throughout
Leslie Manned lunar reconnaissance average All Masons and Eastern ethics of Kynes using a
And In a scene with Birtow High School Key Clubin the country Is only 30 per cent
and familieshave
tripe only are not planned. Star members advertising .
agency
Caron the old Grant charm displayed Tampa
basketball, 36 20, last night be ," he
"we proud
Sheldon told a conference on can very been invited to attend
Louis Benito, which Is also
all the
itself with easy
in the local gym to Inaugurate space nutrition Monday thai the and The meeting begins at 7:30 the state and TIRE EVENT
masculine appeal that baa kept retained by
the new Key Club year Russians have not yet demonstrated The Junior college Is purelyan
two gtneratkont of femalei.at- The; importance of such In leunch American Idea said Dr, p.m. which Faircloth said has col-
system cap-
"
W\l\n Mttt. salt' nfu MV \.ttl\1b" "n flttba'.., '.' dvUe4 Jo brine Ie tedgmoreethen9oettl00), In _$I. See Page :3Jn This..P.apcr
see'yatressed
Grant'a beard*tbnc !Mt "tV>! tilt, of,convenient t manned night ,Lenteat, } ; tO4: J. '" .
at the reOo1Wl11taW.! aQ..opportunlt1 SIIkIN WINTER HAVEN fees ,{rpm thepryant!, admin
famed cleft lu ,hi* chlit D u t to ttifoneon for a landing. and, aU students ,. Ixtraiion
Key club Convention hald'hit. ;.Cretan 'attend college, e
heightens/ hit flashing white -- '-"
Jacksonville i to Dr. Lcnfostey Introduced
teeth ) 'But then, if we chose
Preceding the game a regular practice Soviet style security by Mrs Marie Whitney, chairman -
meeting was held during around our launch sites and of the Scholarship and Education
1 which several topics of business factories, (there would be no Committee
were discussed hard evidence available to A special guest of the club
Willard Roe was the guest foreigners thai the United StatesIs war Miss Mlla Arnold who holds
speaker and gave a talk about building a lunar capability the first scholarship awarded
eel The club decided to assist either," he said. following the purchase by the .
his trip to Russia Even without a landing ability, Winter Haven Club of Ita Initial
the cancer drive !by collecting he said with two or three successful life membership In the Southern oWe
contribution It also announced rendezvous missions, Scholarship and Research PERSONALLY.
'I. that it plans to distribute the Soviet Union would be readyto Foundation at FSU.Miss Arnold .
booklets of the church send a manned probe aroundthe Is majoring In education and Is
moon and back. now doing her Intern teaching at
ei In Winter Haven to the local
and motels Denison Junior High School
hotels L.
here. She will graduate in June.
A Softball game with the Kl- Can Lend You MoneyFor
Boat Trailer Miss Alice Shermsn presided
wanes club was annouced for
at the dinner meeting and other '
May 7, Stolen HereA guests Co-rilots Ralph Thompson Worthwhile
and Harry Guy, Miss Barbara Any Purpose .
Staack, daughter of Mrs. A
tandem boat trailer, val.
HIRE Lewis Staack, and Miss Mlckle
ued at 1400 was stolen last Cooper, president of the Au-
weekend from Marine SupplyInc burndale Anchor Club.
Charles L. of Winter Haven, 717
Sixth St. SW, the Winter Haven
Polio Department reported Pilot ReportedSafe
ry You can count on us if you need money quietly

COOPERTax The trailer it 19-foot long, After f
yellow In color and has four and on convenient terms. We'll be glad to talk over Ipjf

wheels. Delayed FlightFORT
Collector 'N:'" "., lJ Q network LAUDERDALE (UPI) your needs and arrange a Personal Loan for

The CBS la planningto -A Fort Lauderdale pilot was
start soon a series of open reported safe today at Way you giving your budget every consideration.Ask .
auditions for talent that might cross, Ga, after being listed as
W years conrlauout occounrliiq end prove useful on 1U variety missing a flight from Griffin, us about it now. .
administrative experience (mere than programs The auditions will\ be Ga.. to this Florida city 4f
entire opposition)) held in New York before producers Beach Air Service of Fort t
of the various shows Lauderdale said the pilot, Vincent M v }' tIr
Own no businesses which compete that need' performers at all Trlppodo, telephoned this
with taxpayers paying salary types morning to say he had landedat
Waycross to wait out a spellof
Seeks the |lob Net a subsidy bad weather.
KeEIeclGLEHDARTY Earlier today Uie Civil Air
VOTE FOR A TRAINED MAN Patrol at Griffin sent out search c
squadrons to look for Trtppodo's j
yellow and white Beech Bon 4
Charles L Cooper lI ctor STATE ATTORNEY anus after It failed to make In. Pennies a day guarantee your
flight cheeks at scheduled I

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Soviets Winning The Confer Awards Scientists Study Sex Pope Paul VI Quick Action Tmt For t'_,

WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Promised In
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Monday Mfkt conferred ttaGreat To Receive Cuban Crisis

Battle Of Samarkand Living Americaa' Factors In Smoking
awarda on Dr. Vaanevar Both, D.:
- - John J. teed Gen. Luciua WASHINGTON UPI! U
McCtoy. ( ) -
MOSCOW .
(UPI>-8oYW .. -
high barrier would send the
Brats today expreiaed oonfl. water down the, valley where D. Clay.Salazar. By DLOS SMITH every .heavy cigarette. smoker lain Princess IreneROME a new Cuban crisis develop
dean of wianiM. a "battk ofaalrre" 100,000 people Hva UPI Seine Editor danger of developing. 111IIICUlCel' the United State will take
to lave the fabled" ao- NtW YORK (UPI A adentsflc if be smoke .long Moscow Radio said this Has (UPI}) -Princeiu
the .
objection to
elm surges.general's enough of Florida laid MOBU -
city Samarkand" from morning, however, that engineers Irene ol The Netherlaada and
threatened,' flood by million of report on cigarettesnaking "Yet this i* of prime Impor. < > and added "The puniah Fair eaa [ Tmerlonfor .
had nearly finished a 75th Spanish Prince Carlo of Spur qua
BirthdayLISBON is thai lung cancer "is "
MM of water lane, they said 'The factors silent will fti the" crime
by pas Canal" around the boa Farm* wilt be received AM
Water a vary complex physiologicaland which might render Haley aid In newalatter
of the Zenvahan River an organism a
dam towing the rite in preeaure Wednesday by Pope Paul VI in
(UPI) Prime Min biological problem" but the
strained againat a natural more susceptible to this di. to lonstitueat, "WI.' are told
dan caused tater Antonio de OUvelra Sal*. report make it seem rather tease and specifically to the .a audience immediately fallow the administration ELECTRalph:
by a maiva land- anticipates
Dynamite la being put into lag their wedding, high. Vatican
celebrated bia TMh birth.
tar simple
slide damaging influence of .
in the cigarette the of Cuban
central Allan re pouibility a new
dace and the will be
charge .
day todayNewapapen. It over-deplifea( the critical noting should be defined sources taM todayIrene
and
gie* Collapse of the 8o0-foot- detonated crisis within six weeks or to J. Rossi
Wednesday forcing converted to Catholicism
marked the day sciential said. by giving all Its iaveatigated"
the river into a new bed and by hailing Salaiar for bringingstability emphasl to one poaamle eaua Scientifically peaking. they ,last year Her family ta boy and has made cantiagenclplans
Insurance allowing the accumulated waterto to Portugal The onetime live factor, excessive cigarette said there are two glaring coiling the ....... .to meet threat on ark TAX ASSESSOR
High run off harmlessly, the radio economics professor entered smoking Bat there are others<< flews in basic research conducted The source uM UM couple er th,"military or diplomaticfronts. .
At Miami BeachMIAMI aidAt. government 38 years ago which though not proved are at ao far into .rang cancer It probably lUll dread .m their f.H. tlmt on JokBltmlMU .
least 50,000 person were Monday when be became finance lead a* well established is "......r.. and It Is "Imper wedding ctothee-will be re. Hi went on to say that if o onset f*. tyiUffl
removed from their village, minUter. The MX of the cigarette fect" calved In the Pofe'a private (uban officials carry out athreat WIN fight <. *...
BEACH (UPI) If smoker, for instance This dissent Is that of the editors library in the Vatican palace to shoot down US. re Homittf lntmpiltnA
tMVrince companies do not A National Cancer Institute of an ultra-acimttflc Journal Irene and Cartel war flyingto nnaimanca plane. It can be man ,"., kt.".
provide more protection for survey "has shown that nonsmoker of small circulation I Rome today from. Ptrla witha assumed there will be HI. ar mlHi
tile Florida Key the federalgovernment iTVMattes women have only a "Growth." It I. a co-operative party of exiled European prompt retaliation against Cuban .
la likely to do the slightly\ lesser Incidence of lung Interprise of contributor ..nd.ubttrlber royalty for the wadding ta the anil.aircraft hues "
job, a state Insurance official cancer than non.smoker men. The editor are Roman Catholic Baalllca of St
taU Monday, Yet in a group of heavy amok- Drs. Stanley P. Reinunn and Mary Major, officiated by Paolo erttls.a
$. J. Gallagher consultantto It In N.Y. ere the difference li very pronounced Irene Corey Diller of the Intti Cardinal Gtobbe ELECT
the Florida Insurance Department : tote for Cancer Research, Philadelphia The couple met Pope Paul
laid "We do not "These data If confirmed on and Dr. Boris Sokoloff several weeks ago and he invited .
need any more federal agende NEW YORK (UPI) It depends ey with which It started and a larger scale would indicate of Southern Bio-Research Initl them to vlait him again
*." He laid which 10 far have been chipping that women due possibly to a after :
insurance in on handout from com tute, Lakeland, Fla AU are well they are married
the Keys now costs 50 percent merclal television, businessmen In every year to keep It peculiarity of their endocrine known in cancer research The controversial wedding will
more than in other plicei ichoolkid and its audience going; business and industry; system, are lest susceptible to be televised to The Netherlands .
the 79 school systems In New
and that firms have sought but educational television the damaging influence of tobacco where Irene'a mother, Queen
York, New Jersey and Connecticut "
even higher ratei has made It in the nation which for the privilege smoke Bids Accepted Juliana, and other members of
Gallagher pay The possible role of viruses the royal will be able
suggested to a largest city It will survive of using ate programs In family
meeting of Southeastern unit and bacteria i* another factor. TALLAHASSEE (UPI) to watch Irene march down the
This i* important not only to their classrooms and Its viewers -
of the National Association of the 16 million resident of the ; It I* in obvious fact that the Bide will be accepted on 37 aide In her Pierre Balmaln .

Insurance Commissioner that New York metropolitan area During station breaks WNDT lungs and their passages viral"Ireconlt.ntly project by the state Road wedding gown and a $300000

Insurance companies form a but to cities throughout the asks its viewers for contributions attacked by" Department today The project diamond tiara a Bourbon.
and bacterial
agents, con-
pool to provide windstorm country They were reluctant to Sometimes it plays "Mu. Include three urban Interstate Parma family heirloom
tinued these scientist
coverage In the Keys. plunge Into educational television sic to writ checks by" fist dissenting roads In Jacksonville\ Irene family will not attend
if New York with vast fi- jail seems h do the trick. and Tampa, the wedding on the advice of
pointed to statistical QUILLIAN S. YANCEY
They \ evI-
The Netherlands
nancial artistic and educational In 50 suburbs booster clubs government
dence of this kind of in association -
resources, couldn't make ago of WNDT fans raise funds for because of the religious mil po
One third of
of It. New Rochelle, one groupof TrafficanleSc1f1es litlcal Implication
the station The
155 lung cancer victims had
New York's educational itation club raised STATE SENATORQUILLIAN
N.Y., recently ",000 had
periodic lung infection before
WNDT, operates on a shoe for the station with a fine arts TaxesTAMPA
firing: budget of under $3 million festival Commuters on their lung cancer developed In
It runs for 363 days a another group, M per cent of YANCEY ii the Candida
way home are met at the train UPI) A federal
lungs
cancerous brought to
rear on television what it to coats commercial Jackie station by women who pass out autopsy revealed past infections suit to satisfy gambling tax MOST EXPERIENCED in handling problems
put the atation'i program guide
liens against the Trifficinl I
Gleaaon on the air for 30 School systems which use "The r-tncreasing evidenceIn family was settled out of of people and fjorcmmtni.,
hours
WNDT programs in their classrooms support of the virus theoryof court here for an undeterm
To raise the cash WNDT de. ire assessed 50 cents per cancer, obliges one to pay Ined amount it was revealed' Elect QUILLIAN S. YANCEY

REPRESENTATIVE The pends commercial on a variety I of networkswhich sources: child WNDT New York in 22.523 City, which classrooms particular attention to the possible Monday pftpTf. M.
uses
role of viral and bacterial The government filed the
give It some of the mon about $500,000 a Your
pays STATE
Infections in of the STATEREPRESENTATIVE SENATORon
cancer suit to recover $213,000 In Income
year lungi" and gambling taxes allegedly -
The station offer daytime The scientists( complained thesurgeongeneral's owned by the defendants May 5th
tEEill classes In i wide variety of
report did not .
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I Cigarette Manufacturers QuJLclc Quiz 2 ........,......... Revival BeginsIn Holds Spanish Seventh Club Cypress Scout Leaders MeetLeaders


c* : i of the Cypress pity,' In Girl scout activities next
Jolted New Ad VVMATIftTtHi Annual
By RulingNEW /SALARY T>* Lake AlfredJimmy Meeting bold Neighborhood a meeting Girl at Scouts the Girl will y..r.

PftKIPENTOFTWuwrto The seventh regular meeUaf Scout House tomorrow mornIng -.
YORK (UPI) --The naIton's
clearance by fee Departmentof ejiAm? h of toe Winter Haven High at '10.
leading cigarette manufacturer
Justice under antitrustlaws Sowtler, memberof
e School Club held
AeUOOOANp Spanish was
have Joined hands In yl Mrs Lll Maufhn district
affects advertising on radio 7000 rOR RPENMftIOO.OOO the Philpot Crusade Team lilt night at the home of Kay director, will be the principal INSURANCISTECIAUfT
a move to discourage youngsters .
and television and In (
from smoking newspapers 4 AND opened the weeklong revival Ting speaker Also scheduled todls
The Tobacco Institute, which and the magMlnesUnder MllXX FOR CXPtHStSj at the Lake Alfred First Following the business meeting cuss Important Girl Scout mat
code,
all
represents the manufacturers, cigarette 6. *t2fAPO; MOM Methodist Church last night in a program on the Soviet tees are Mrs. Joe K. Hays and
announced Monday a new code advertising be first would have to 90,000 FAe EXPtNSB the absence of the scheduled Union was presented by Lam. Mrs Robert Last man.
approved by an
designed to curb advertising administrator, who Independent would enforce evangelist the Rev Ford Phil ar Beauchamp, who has recently Mrs. Barbara Morton will James H. Cross
stressing athletic prowess, social the code and fine violators e pot, who plans to speak tomorrow visited that country in the give a brief resume of the part
distinction and sex appeal up to $100,000 for Inff actions. -- night "People to People" program Tampa Electric Company will 237A Third St. S.W.
The tobacco Indus)ihas The administrator has A question and answer period Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN
Sowder was accompanied "'uMId and refreshments were Set
Services
been under Ore since a reportby not yet been named.
U. S. Surgeon General Luther The code bens by Howard Whitmore, are. served LIFEINSURANCE
advertising In
L. Terry more than four the form of testimonials by ii IIa ligous singer The meeting was presidedover At Eagle LakeTwo CO.
NAME
to wnut atwg Phil' by Rafael' Echemendla,
months ago Unking smoking well-known athletes or former The reason for Rev
mio New zgUAxPVIRD
cancer and other diseases athletes and forbids advertising pot's postponed arrival was president queens of the Eagle &Life Group
However, attorneys for the in college new.paperund magazines vntiCil ostTAU.sA5 NoWIN6S tAW6IIHEN the tremendous response to a Lake First Baptist Church Auxiliary Mortgage
institute told a public hearing or In comic books or crusade be is conducting in win be crowned during ,
of the Federal Trade Commis- comic supplements to newspapers V Va Rauldleman, N. C, which Crying AdjimisAre coronation services at the Health & Disability
sion FTC last March 16 that 1 FhtU caused him to extend the church tomorrow night at 7:30: Hospitalization
such a code had been in the "Cigarette advertising shall GKtYVI y eight-day program there Convicted The public is Invited to at Educational

works The code for some still lime subject to not smoking represent is essential that to cigarttte social It was reported that this is TAMPA (UPI) Leon Ad). tend !, iiniiiiiniiiiniHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiummiiiiiiiiiniiiim!!

g- prominence, distinction: success the first time In Rev. Fhilpot'a ml and his son Joseph, two of
or sexual attraction," the 3 IS years of evangelism te has the Crying Adjmis" were EXPERT AUTO
code states. extended a citywide crusade found guilty of mall fraud and -=-=+ hut
The code also prohibits the THIN PCOPII SUfFER MOM f 3 Sunday night an estimated conspiracy here Monday A
distribution of cigarette samples THAN FATptOPU FKCMTHt COLD 2.000 persons jammed into the second; son Charles, was acquitted r;
to persons under the age A.TRUE a FAL-'I Meweis.Yt 'JC I Raudleman lligh School gym- !lJj {Oig!
of 21 and bans "promotional natorlum to hear him ipeak REPAIR -ya
forts" on school or college Following the three-day extension The three Miami merchantshad '
campuses or In fraternity or which ends tonight, been accused of filing : .;. 'V .. SERVICE J j//
YouthsIn -
Negro false Insurance claims collect -
sorority houses. SPCA Blasts the Rev Mr Philpot is icbed, to -
Cigarette advertising under uled to keep his appointment on property destroyed by Now Is the Tim to 0,t YOur Air ConditionerIn
the code Is prohibited on programs RumbleMIAMI in Lake Alfred fire at their store in 1958 The Tip Top Condition rtone Today.
or In publications aimedat government contended the fire
The public has been invitedto
youths, and persona depicted Johnson On (UPI) A teen.age bear him tomorrow destroyed worthiest items 12. NWII'
night United
In advertising as smokers "rumble" near North Dale Motors Service Center 2 : 1:;
beginning at 1:30: o'clock
SHOP
must be at least 29 years old Junior-Senior High School re IN WINTER HAVEN
and must appear to be that old. suited In the arrest of 17 Negro

lift jfigjep I In The behalf announcement of the American was I made Tobacco Dog Abuse laid. youths Monday, police ,I; f' .. :: \ : ; ; ;

Co.., Brown! &Williamson .. : ", ,\. ;r: :
Officials i a t Id 31 other \'f
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youngster were : ;
MONROEiii Co Inc., Liggett It Myers WASHINGTON (UPIMemoto over ', ," '.. "M"'f;' "jr.. '.'f :1'I
Tobacco Co., P. Lorillard Co., President Johnson: Some to juvenile authorities No one I ', .V' I!l'J,1 "'" ,'1'" 'Ji'
Philip Morris Inc., R, J. Reynolds people love Democrat, some was Injured. >: ,\"t'" :
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Tobacco Co., Stephano people love Republicans, but Police said they confiscated ; '
!rnthrrs tnc, and the United everybody Just everybody brass knuckles knives and at
dates Tobacco Co 1 ivea dons !11'1'l on, razor Ir'lI tic ",

Nancy pot Beverly The Chief Fxoiulive brought youngsters "'lot' .
/ down on his head the wrath of ',:," >
Hillbillies" )landed her first "
j
movie role only three weeks the Chicago Humane Society XIS Rocket
Monday when he decided
to
after
arriving In Hollywood
from Florida beagles have some, "Him"fun with and "Her the family" Flight Set w

Johnson pulled each of the

animals up by Its ear to EDWARDS AFB, Calif (UPI) t 9 f
arouse yelps for I visiting dele Winged astronaut Maj. Bob :
and do better
lets
you your family things gallon of bankers, newsmen Rushworth was scheduled to
and photographers ue the X15 rocket ship on its
than washing dishes! He told his guests that "If 105th night today In a lest of ,

you ever follow dogs, you like what effect supersonic turbu f .
to hear them ," and lence has on photography -
yelp that .. ':,:fIf
was why he had encouraged Ruihworth was expected to .' 'It '"
hit a speed of 3900 miles '"'' Il' .
"Illm" and "Her' to do n. an $ '
'It'i good for them" he hour and reach an altitude of Methyl ?
aid, "It does them good to let 102,000 feet taking only 11 -.
them bark." Johnson rewardedthe minutes for his 240.mile trip ., .
dos with vitamin filled along the edge of space
canine candles,
J.J. Sheller, managing direelor /011/1' ; ,O F'T1ItOL1YW000 1fi.w .
.. of Ihe Chicago Humane So, \mi. m -
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clely' said
that
Johnion ear- ran Uiyi will be itlsappolutranidi '
9i p : I lulling/ "Is for. am} away tie* \Vif heurtt mo Ir ape m:'n '\
wrong way" lo treat animal/ Jock Muhonrj weain i "hoiid ., ) '
"There are right/ ways and sneaker tn protect! iiu c..,"

MOBILE' () .I 1LII] \ I I] cane wrongs of picking to do anything up a dog In It hat the ,ilium, tingle' srquenci",

I front end I
and a back end and -
) appreciates support at, both rEt; ,.,'St: .r .
1
lIt un \\HLE; ends The question is not how ifl;! "
painful fill Is to beagles, but
how painful It is to any living
msinisiii.ii) \\ \ } creatures to be lifted by the fnlN'. SWQ'QP:
tars In our experience. this lithe .
I wrong way to do It." '

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I Alhlete'c Can't Ad*.fl se Howard Carries Dodgers; I

Devils


Palmer'sMasters Win Big- Blow To Cigarettes- Orioles Down Senators IBy


By OMAR FttALKY Otter. like Ted KroD sad cigarette .industry has .ktweked.. ing w a cigarette It had a bad Against
UPI ,.ru WfHer young Mason Rudolph to name them all owl of the box with a effect on youngster*. PIED DOWN league victory. as the Washing- run and two' hit for the final
NEW YORK (UPD-Araold just a couple had quit before new advertising code which tor hIM a health standpoint UPI Sport Write -Senators defeated the Los 2 2-4 swings.
Palmer wig explaining, after a Palmer I Rudolph's father-in bids a sale. pitch through athletes. however It seems that there is LakelandThe The Lot Angeles Dodgers Angeles. Angels 6-3, in Monday Two-run singles I by Mike
practice round for the Masters law a Clarksville. Tenn, *ur. among others much more work to be done in National League melt can be 's only other big league Brumley and Don Mmmor In
which he subsequently won in fees had told him: The new code as far as athletes the education of our young pardoned for woadariag if game the fourth inning and a homerby
a walk. the effects he had encountered Ysull find those eight. .foot is concerned, reads: sprout. The empty air time Winter Haven Blue Frank Howard la twinging a Fred Valentine in the fifthInning
1ft er living up putts a lot easier to drop." Cigarette advertising shall from a commercial standpoint Devil baaeball team which telegraph pole .instead of a bat Nanim yielded five hits and paced the Senators six
smoking The various report on health not depict a* a smoker any undoubtedly will be picked up At 6 feet. 7 Inches and 250 two runs In a 1.3 innings before hit attack The loss was Me
for the Western Conference
"I I think it had a reverie effect damage caused a tremendous person well known a* being, or .by the suds industry plays title closeout pounds Howard looks big giving way to Marshall Bridgeswho Bride's third of the seasonagaiaat
,
en my nerves for a while number of athlete to stop hiving. been *o athlete Now ironed of four and one Friday enough to carry a tenet on his stopped the Senators on a one victory
and undoubtedly helped five smoking aver the pt couple. Cigarette advertising shall htf iMtoga of cigarette adver their regular sewon back And a* a mailer of fact
me the putting yip 1 ." he tatd of years But when Fred Hutch- not depict a* a smoker anyperesa thing. and four and a half in. schedule tonight at Lakeland that's just about what ...'. .been
"But now I have it behind meI inscn, the lull manager of the partid tirg in er otvtovely > I.... of beer commercial. you doing for the .bftUaawoftrterDodgers
I feel stronger and have more Cincinnati Red, cane down having Just parUdeated wit be reeling out to the refrigerator The local vie againstthe (thi season aa far a Five Clubs To Share
endurance." with cancer baseball. playerschucked in, phyakal activity requiring for nine innings If we Dreadnaught In a 7 30 their offense I II concerned
o'clock contest at Henley I
He had chucked a $10.060- the habit athletic conditioning
ea masse stamina or jet many extra game we'll Howard i II batting only JSS
cigarette endowment in The main complaint from the that of normal reerca. Field home training i I
year beyond find we're raising a rare of but he's hit six home run. and
the process and, after listening beD player i* that Immediately ton alcoholics. ground of the Detroit the 11 runs he's driven in represent
to him a southern sportawriterfrom they started putting on "Testimonial from athletes Proving that if they can't Tiger said 2t per cent of all the In Series Pot Of Gold
the tobacco belt walkedout weight. .(who) would have special grab you by the throat they'll Coach Jim Whitney run the Dodger have scored
shaking hit head wearily "But III Just work harder to appeal to persons under 21 la the liver. Barry Bennett will be on In 13 between
get you games this year. NEW YORK player pool and dividing It
the mound for the Devil! (UPIMajor)
"I I can Just tee my paper get the weight off" said one years of age, shall not be usedin The towering slugger, who the fifth place team In
printing a story like that," he "If it can get a big, healthy cigarette advertising" men. Bennett a sophomore league baseball players have
recanted after announcing this the American and the
League
which has to be DELAY FIGHT I II one of the outstanding decided to help the not no fortunate -
grumbled guy like Hutch I have to pullback IPa a stand
spring that he Intended to retire fifth place team In the National
Palmer went on to romp' ." a credit to a reeling Industry ACCRA, Ghana (UPI) The younger pitcher of their own kind by Including
world featheryeight title fight In the Tonight will from baseball, and flnt.b..em.n the fifth-place team In League
league
home in the Matters and it had There are s o me athletes, There can be little doubt that
between champion Sugar Ramos be his first for Winter Ron Fairly each had each league In the World Series The commissioner's office
to be regarded a* one of theyear' however who would take the when Palmer or some other
three hits and drove In two IS of the total
gets cent
and Floyd Robertson Haven. pool per
top Mows to the cigarette gamble for a lO.ooo.ur endorsement noted athlete, galloped along at .
industry fee. But now the the too of the heap while puff scheduled for May 2. has been Friday, the Blue Devils runs Monday night aa the Dod, World Series receipts Thaplay
postponed one week. The delay will play Robinson here for era beat the Houston Colts, 64. Baseball Commissioner Ford er., who share only la the first
was necessary because Ramos the loop crown.Muddy Don Drysdale went the rout Prick revealed Monday that four games, get 60 per cent of
was declared medically unfit with a alx.hitter to make It two during this )'ear'. spring trainIng the balance
shutouts In a row for Loa Angeles period a vote was taken on The two series participant
pitching end mark the whether or not to Increase the abate 70 per cent of the pity
first time this season the Dodgers first division to five clubs. and era money while the second
:1. Rise Hill On Track have won two consecutive have the No teams share In place club gets 19 per cent
: ; games. the World Series cut The players The third place team share 10
approved by the overwhelmIng per cent and the fourth place
In KentuckyBy Derby TrialGarcon The Dodgers tagged Hal majority of 471-38 live per cent
Brown for a run In the aecond
inning on two singles and
the The players were told that
RAY AYBES will not be entered first of two double by Johnny their vote would have to be approved
I'PI Sports Writer unless they turn in good efforts Roseboro. They added two by the owners but they
LOUISVILLE. K,. (UPI)- In the mile race. more In the fourth on Fairly' were given I verbal guaranteeIt
For the first time in his brilliant The others Hill Rise Roman t..o.run homer, another in the would be done The voting
tl
\.1 racing career El Peco Brother and lie' A Gem fifth on Willie Davit' homer will\ be held tt the mid-summer
.4. Ranch's Hill Rise tests his -are expected to start in the and two more In the eighth meetings
te4'aBACK
speed over a muddy racing Derby when Howard rocketed the ball
; strip today In the $15,000 added With their pre-derby racing over the left field fence "This should be t mere inn
Derby trial.Whether behind them and only workouts Drysdale, who hadn't won In mtllty," Frick said "We told
the California colt scheduled between now and three previous starts, walked the players (that whatever they
fI remains the favorite for Saturdsy post time the other probable two, struck out five and didn't decided we would do"
'i running of the Kentucky Derby starters are The Scoundr allow a Colt runner past see The new payoff system will
Derby depends upon how well l, Quadrangle, Mr. Brick ond has. lie yielded three of be accomplished by taking two
he handles the off track. Wit Rad, Extra Swell and the Colts' six hit to Bob As per cent from the top of the
On fast tracks Hill Rise has Dandy K.po..lble. promonte and hi. five strikeouts
streaked to seven consecutive starters Includ Ish raised his career total to
victories and all spring long, koodah and Admiral Heart I,SOt.
except for one brief period he who also ran at Churchill The victory was the easiest
has ruled favorite to win the Downs today prior to the trial the Dodgers have scored this fftttont42HOUR
first of the Triple Crown clas Even Calumet Farm, alreadythe season (three of their four
.Ics. winner of seven Kentucky win., Incidentally, have been
For one week the future Derbies, was not completey oui: shutouts) tnd the six runs
books listed Wlndfield Farm's of the picture matched their second highest
Northern Dancer co-choice with Trainer Jimmy Jonei report. game total of the campaign
Hill Rise for the 90th running ed from New Jersey that he They beat the Milwaukee
of America' premier horse would be on hand for the trial Braves 1-0. Sunday with Phil TIRE EVENT
race and Northern Dancer will and ship Kentucky Jug from Ortega pitching a four.hitter,
take over as public choice Garden State Park If he thought Lee Narum, U-nar.old rookie See Page 3 In this Paper
should his rival falter in the obtained from the Baltimore
that colt had
chance
AT IT-Winter Haven arcs ninth graders were back at It yesterday after mud. Northern Dancer already a Orioles. scored his first major)
I noon at spring training continued for the Lake Alfred Dtnlton, and Wast wood grtddert. has proved his ability to handle
Th. Winter Haven Blue Devils will begin spring practice Monday at the high school'p..4c.. ?"n off track ,. .' '

flee field; Practice will terminate after 20 consecutive school-day sessions! j : 'JIX!-, ..VVTbere track will<* a be possibility muddy thaTJhe foMh* t .,, Test the best mid] Mnk the: savings inRambler's

Kentucky Derby Rain fell on

:!' the Churchill Downs Sundayand
Major League Standings Monday morning The fore

cast for today called for more Spring
1 By United Press International New York tt St. Louis (night) howers In addition the five
!A National League Jtckson (12)) vt Broglio day forecast predicted intermittent .
W L Pet. GB (11)). rain in the are*. How
Philadelphia 7 2 T78 Wednesday's Csmes ever, tie sun broke through the
San Francisco 7 I .700 vt Lo. Angeles at Houston night overcast Monday afternoon
Pittsburgh T 4.838 1 Phil. at Cincinnati, night The trial, which drew a fieldof
Milwaukee 5 I MS I Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, night seven was expected: to determine Selling Spree !
Cincinnati 8 I .545 1 New York at St Louis night the else of the field In
i 1 ? St Louis f 6 900 Ito" San Francisco at Chicago the Kentucky Demy. Four or .
Houston 6 7 462 3 American League the horses Chum Pac Ro
C:lies go 4' .400 JV* W L Pet GB 'bait, Mr Moonlight and Grand
Los Angeles 4 t 308 5 Cleveland I I 714 ;
New York I I .200 5.*. Detroit 6 4 .g 00 4i" Plumbers Lose
Mond.,'. Results Baltimore I 4 .554 1
Are ,.. stifled wish l Aft Lot Angeles 6 llouaton 0 Chicago I 4 .551 1 To Bradenton .
_MOW pun .hew WM able. t. (Only game scheduled) Minnesota 6 S .545 1 5
.ecsawleeel. 1..1. whet Tuesday's Probable Pitchers New York 4 4 .500 Ito The Daniel Plumbing softball / a
San Frsnclsco at Chicago 6 5 SOO m team, which lost two and
Me idler!! tf .... will 4. for WashingtonBoston
,.. O'Dell ((04)) v*. Ellsworth ((1.1)). 4' 400 JVfc woo ores over the weekend,move
ytw flMMM fuss action !tonight In the
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee I 1 Los Angeles 4 1 364 I tack Into
CONTACt- (night) Friend ((2-0) vs Le- Kansas City Z I .2M 3 Lakeland\ City Transmission League IplnltFrencb'l Shop.
muter ((11)Los Monday' Retails
Financial PlanningH. Angeles at Houston Washington Los Angeles I The local, who 6-4 are record 4-0 In via
the league, have a
(night)-Moeller (0-1)) vs JohnOnl, gam scheduled) downed BarlowDevtaon
ovtrall. They Luxumou6 rturoRMC 4700e
i ASSOCIATIS .
A. RIISI
son ((2 U. Tveodsy' Probable Pitchers 12-4 Friday, but lost VI MmM AmbcSMdor 990Hhsvdtopwdhe.canrgba.kesells
P. 0 Mi 171, Wta... H.Phil.delphll.t Cincinnati Cleveland\ at Minnesota-Donovan two In a doublebeader at Brsdenton ,
T..U.lMM JIM 41 (nightMahaffey) ((0-0)) v*. ((1-0)) v*. Roland (0-1). Saturday night. Bradenton ontoto, actor armrest, stand*'*. 'UN-lOYIMe-tee Sun,.'lv.r*, a
OToole (2-0)). Chicago at New York-Peters snubbed the visitor 6-0 and i *)*mMr American 440, At this hit
(1.1)) ... Downing (04)). 4-1. sptflt act flwnour(1ft Amcrfc's lowTMVll .
trwAraNW Robert oN.pkedaonwrhb4l'.
Boston
Baltimore at .
,.,
Shop (1.(1) vi Lamabe ((2-0).
arilgy'S I Paint & Body Detroit at Kansas City (111,110

iV J -Llry (0-1)) ... SeguUO-2). A
Washington at Los Angel
PAINTING I I night V-Oiteen (1-2) ... Lt MAT-lk' lines, with
AUTO 1 I man ((0.1). ferity of room(lof *..e-fooler k*tin
WedIH4.,'* Games "Imblel pests 710.cno"1 (
Washington at Lot Angele, IIIf actlOll".'' ,.,tIMe," V.. ... II
Paint Jobs ONLY 39.95 night
Qualify Detroit at Kansas City, lI1htSaye
Mechanical Body Work el Minnesota
Complete drat
| en Chicago York

W Wahntta CY 4.2747 Baltimore at Boston
134 9th St., --Ii.
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"KEEP YOUR EYE ON o-'I ERV CELr


THE ROAD AHEAD"
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NOTES REEL WHERE THE BUYS ARE We've got ipcoal uvingt Rrakei. ai no extra u>u And eaahi.nlldrestcdup
Polk Co..t(* rod profrem .... re Ramble
........ If me now on hardtop, convttltblct tedam, wagon and ready to "' C)11 money during

L jIWOODS hijkett praise eilttlftf l ,.... "ar.y.a/stiess per, 21ac0 ef **.......III...M.st l We've got a choice of 7 IrammtHMMt 9 engine Spring Selling Spree (Rambler American savings

...* will ....b tine best even better 1 A iacnytrMn.ducot (V-St and 6.), 23: beautiful RamMer' Sprint model Mart with,' the (oweN price of'any II -built car")
.. dose
_' IMo< and service peer Zatxe in all. Each offer Rambler extra-value feature. Come tee come save on a Rambler today

rfl Me ctara* far awt* .. -....
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and Doubk-Safety -- -- -
er ..,,Iet. No eerckaa* uch at Deep-Dip fuilproofirtg i
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.::. Win With Woods Thurs.. Apr. 30th TESTTHE BEST-GO RAMBLER\ V-8 OR 6




Re-elect Floyd Woods 'VI ILLAOE CENTRAL FLORIDA SAlES, WC. 704 3rd St., S.WeI


Commissioner Dist. 1 Countywide Vote
County lOVTMUST fUlA Ward4 D.**, K t* New e* CM-TV W *WW.y **..!... $10,00 -Ca.Mls /-I1.
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Ten WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEVS CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Tuesday April I 28 1964








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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((7)) To Buy Or TradeWE ( I I.A) For Rent, Unf.atlhuKOOM ((12-C) Mortgage Loam ((13)) Real Estate For Sale


511 5

COCKTAIL Wallrea Apply tomaaaateat : BUY aft apiillanrr and fur
Sportswearby betwean 11.00 sell used duplex on lake Dock Trade In
Lmaid allure and wr appllani;- and
1,00, Salk Lounca Brooke CHECK BELOW THE BEST beach, kitchen appHaaeM.
p.m w and furniture Appliance* FOR .
17000
Hwy. 17 between Winter Hv* :* Purnlturr Ml Have...* Blvd month No pet CY MTU Mortgage Money No Qualifying
Lak* Alfrad. 17-Tf I-TI' __ 14TFAPARTMKNrs

Catalina RN8 LPNS WANTED Top aalalia DUFLEXM Costs Are Different I 3 BR, Lg Florida Room ODe

White Stag other*, food baMflta.worktas Must condition brcharactar of pied W ((8)) Automotive LOCAL SERVICE I *_3 UB.dSLV1'Ip TT U |Uup OOJ4 I if your Itome quail ,, bath ..... utility one year old.

nllaM and I. It1t 1M. NW CY I-mT 36TJICB You mutt lee this Iwuae Only
Mr Sine II flea for 2S-year, SH% '
health.OwHa t -- --- -- a t
VoyagerShapely red Home, 451 atM C lest VOLKSWAGEN On owner loan without : IT2.650 for tail nice six room

Av*.. tftu'"" ..*. WO ,.... Bicrllinl condition CY tXMaan.. SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME raent 2-brdrooni....... uatural.twocIIpU't.... refrigeratorlan Interest any rate aervke charge, borne $250 down wfU handle.
*
? llvfaet I room nicely hnpt See Allen Dowd at Tract office
YOUNG MEN, fulfill your mill ground*. m :24th M : NW CY 271JBadraoin why ahouldn't you benefit W. Central call 294 2402
2424 or -
tiry obligation with only six CALL TODAY All from the saving .
((8)) Automotive -.- .- _.. -- after IS P.M.JOHN.
at I months active duty. Return for LAKCrRONT home with pore and more peopleare

service with your local Marine ---- fireplace and tee bath 1100.00 per using our promot,
SPEEDOMETER Tachomat! month Apply Storm Curt G. WOOD
Reserve unit Call (36-1911, HEARING Hwy 17 North. li-TV courteous: mortgage aer
Coraplele aervlc and new cable AIDS WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL

J 'ACOTTAGE Tampa, for details. L a>-JBISonla.. IU 5U Bt. lTTI 8WCY : ViceS no obligation & ASSOC., Inc.DevelopersBdlderl .

June 30
I BEDROOM unfurnished bom
COUNTRY
TOWN &
SHOP POW HEARING CENTER CHAIRS for rant Aleo Kitchen (quipped I |M BEASLK I

EARNINGSfor St Sport CHEVROLET Convertible Impala:i.ouo .actual Super Coker Bid*Phoa. 21-1552(5 Srd Bt. NW .r*."'L.ummoden.:: *.u 7:.e'a.Walk, REALTY. CO IM .th 81? NW aT2BBDROOM CY52TBT MORTGAGE CORP : M32517 Phone 293.(33S
Road
MO Cypreia Gardena new Sacreflo for SALES SERVICE CY 2-2411 175 Ave A. NW 14-T -277 Magnolia

Open I A.M. 'til T P M. present needs and u.s. Sav LJI. ;: new a month aifo.tJklOOO REPAIRS BATTERIES NB:: Metkm unfurnuuwd tile 00 a month halos CaCY III CY J-mi 28-2.
4-TF
KEEP: your .eemcem In touch inga Bonds lor family security rinred, Phone 1II! 'fmr. liett: AUTO SERVICEDODGE a-TMS. 24-.30 f i i'UUIOUUUC

with all lha Hometown New by Become an Avon Repreaentative GO to' U ; 2819 Ave. S, NW
ending him the Wlnl.r Have and earn this pleasant VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS
((12)) For Rent Furn.
t>ally Newe-Chlef Special ntsa ,
I montlu IIW. C.ll CY Hill FOR BALK' ISM Plymouth Conner Large Zttory home located oa
Th tlble? PS., PB, AT, Its,!. ITO. AuthorlMd Factory Service! On

wayWrite P.O. Box 1395 or UU CY 4-1110 J6JI1M4 Hoover*Eleetrolu SERVICE and for all Kirby other, .Chryitl.r Plymouth Valiant I Lancer! > BEDROOM furnlehed bone :((13)) Real Estate For Sale 3 lots near all schools 4 BR,

PARTNERSHIP dlolvd Not rpoiulbl *- Free pickup, delivery and e U- FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS Located In BE eectloa .betw* formal dining room, large tile
bCoirtur Call 682--1137 Lakeland OALAXIE till XL. Moor mate REYNOLDS VACUUM 121 Sloth It. SW MS-410 Lake Elbert: and Otl.. BulRealty
for debt
r Designer. from t'f.d;:: Span. Coupe, 4niped tranimlekm CIAANER SERVICE Phone 17.May IT CY Co, (34 Ith Strwt NW kitchen, ceramic tile in 4

forward 437 engine, dual tour, bucket CY 1-01BI. a-May I 2-2767 I-TF roams, broken tile on Fla
:
Dennl A Keren ...delatromAprO IIM rat*. Call OTit-aoM after 0:30: p.m. 8
21100 -.-- 21-Mar 4 UPHOLSTERING room and foyer, 2 fireplaces,

21.21I I WE: NEED: let clue butcher Sober Cat SWIMMING POOLS Roor.I-BEDROOM IUI Ave. apartmret L NE' Ground n.TI' 2 air conditioners, well It Irrigation
and dependable Salary open
WO -4C7I. >>-21 FORD Air conditioned 1M1 system, 2 car garage
Very clean! Falrlan 6UO }door. FINE VPHOIJTBRINO EX with office or maid's quarters
I MQTBIR'S MECHANIC, preferably! Canard Fire 18DO 00. CY a547. 3S-30 SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION PERT REnNISHINO Complete FURNISHED I room duplex. AVAILABLE NOW
fabric aelectlon Adult.. No peti Excellent neigh Priced at $11,10000 An additional -
Motor e perl nce. Tear round ---- and JtIoP: .Ia. Flnanolnfavailable WOLFK. UPHOLSTERY -
DAY SPECIAL . W R Helix Uea- SHOP 214 Avenue A. borhood CY 8-4JOS or CY S-S6M.
evork!. Will be working In a new e 3 lota available.
FOR SALE 1MO Chevrolet and' ., 8h CY 2-2710 17-TF Two 4 Bedroom
...ervlc drpartment Apply John .1 Building Contractor Call
II Creme Cold Cook, Service:: Manaaar. I'bwknryOldamoblls. llfit Ponder Set at IM Av.. B. BW' CY 1-4575 27 Apr 21Permanent DayNlrh6IlMay 21 e Three S Bedroom
-May 4 WATSONREALTOR
EDNA
Wave 17-Tl raft HOUSES APARTMENT e Three 2 Bedroom
a Inches of concrete
and .,..1. Beautiful marble flnlah.no Home Furnished Unfurnlehec, e Air Conditioned
MARINES receive
FORMER Improvement $0000 .
and up ATKINS HEAfcJJTATB :

$8.95 four (4) days pay each month ((9)| ) Business Opportunity change painting 14 Y..never,. In need county.water 120 AT*. H Julia 1-May MBE. ', 121 Sta st., NW CY 4141

for eae weekend drill. Regular C.h.r'; CY 5-7B16
,; POOLS REPAIR REPLACE PAINT 5 .28Today's -
Mra. Carttoa credits toward retirement plea MOTEL II unit. I aid.
year may T Call for FREE ESTIMATE O H. WINTER HAYEKS FINEST: one
the added earning power of two 170000 115 duo down. Beet Lotatloii GRAY. Contractor after &.00 ,.m. bedroom. air conditioned. all .1_
Winter Haven CT Mm
with haircut and In
"Complete
2111-11132. 4 APARTMENT.
a-May trig IMPERIAL !
week summer camp la Csllfor 1.1'1' .
atyllnj" MOVING STORAGE SW Art H. Iii: JSlHIJ1.: 1-TI Buy
AVAILABLE SOON I
ala In August Call 138-1111,

CARLTON SOUTHEAST Tamps, for details ((10)) Articles For Sale TREE SERVICE CYPBK8I GARDENIAPABTMKNT S One 4 Bedroom Tomorrow'sSecurity
JIM MHOtSEKEEriCH THREE IVORY BROTHERS
BEAUTY SALON MOVING COMPANY a Three 1 Bedroom
Furnlihed bedroom apartmtn
Sootheait Plua WANTED ANTIQUE Pembroke mahogany As.nt* ALLIED VAN UNEaLoc.1 TRIMMING CAVITY. DEMOBS- air conditioned, COM| to town and One 2 Bedroom
room and board furnished plus 110 .. Lang. Dlitanc Lake Howard. CY #002. S-TF '
CY 3-l131 14 ii 40 table. aleo a Morrl Moving A Storage ING CABIINO RE BETTING Air Conditioned
alary per week Whit womafaround Chair Both In fair condition. Phone Complete clean-up Free tetlmatei
Call Collect 53J7445WarehouM
2 TTd 40 year old. jingle. CALLY aaJtaUMMFR : Call LUKES' M n How trailer Electric andwater
Open EvenlBft CY -:wt. TREK
W41'. BOS Ave 0, NE. 24-1 I' f.-- QU.-Barto. Air DueI1.Apr.. 27 CY M334. SERVICE furnlihed 10.00 per week. WHERE?
CY 4-2202: aS-2S
CLOCK: atEPAlBAntique : PLANTS
and mod..... Work .1 .la* Per Ua Ripe For A Deal
guaranteed
Consultant to Mil LVZIER COB Tree TomatoM, Corkiramb Scarlet FIRST P'LOOR apartment. Walking IN BEAUTIFUL GARDEN
for 11 month. PICK UP TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL .
dletanc! town, lak*. Clone eulet.Yearly
DELIVERY. M F. Green. 1215Falrfat METICS. W. train and furnlih Sage. Barhlor-button Plnki, Painting Papering rate. tiII.OII monthly. MA GROVE
NB the vmlnr* kit. Writ. Lutlir Boa tooa Orlando. Petunia. Elnnla and Marlirold ... B. NW. 1TF
'(a t:00 p.m. CY I.i'II: 17 Apr, 34 3-*> ElulM HAWS AT TRAFFIC UUHT 34-SO In Repairing JORDAN TV Just a half mile East of Cy.

WANTED 1 Enperlcnred wilder 1 8/51600: APARTMENTS RENT Ulll/tire-furnished ROOMS ..FOR..Im. preen Garden on State Road 't

Brllll Apply| American Steel Fence Co, Ho t Money Down on any die I. 1. McCOY Quality ..orkIm.nlhlp For In In Fastest The South TV Service! ming math IJ! ';ii7r."OO, $50.00 (M.
Jewelry Havcndal Blvd Se-80 HOTPOINT f od alELLBWORTH $00,51 1523
$ 1110 > reefer fait clean and r..._ S A H Grim .'
AI'PUANCES, Bal- phone CY 2-45AO lit 4th Stamps3TI COME OUT AND LOOK 'EM
m Third Street. SW 1 SHARP GIRLS or Boy* for curbnrvlre nee. ay term* 3-2t: IIreei. Jan.Pb'l Villas 17.TF FURNISHED lakefront 2bedroomhotwe 4''
1 Ai> >lv OVER 'N
Ala dluatchr l with earporte Cy
H Block South of Port OtAe Dos 'N Suds. 2WW WITH purchase of Blue Lull re. rent maple iihad' tree. Water iuni.hd.: "

QaalltJ, Wak' W Electric! Carpi ghampooer for DAY NURSERY CY 42$01. 3S-M .' iJIE... ....,
.,1 MECHANIC No other need l only $1. 00 .err day John Blend ALUMINUM John Wood Homes
,...trr ReyalrCUSIIfliD apply. Salary plus commleilon! Hardware 27-21 4 ROOM apartment 440 W. Oranceat

Apply United Motor Bervtre. 590Av JACK JILL lake Alfred. 272-1522. Adult Pa... ttusnt
NURSERYt
11.11. IT *. K, NW 311-..., 42BJ ;: ...;. baby walker. cacti. .* Month a Yeare L'M only 2-TF TO SETTLE ESTATIDIVIDEND"
? .......
1-CY .a341. ..a, :r.-n'w--: ::. ... CaaMtrt.: Monday through Saturday. 1 ', t t-jr
Loam ---- BuHdlmr Speclaltla* .... III Av.. C SECT : I LpVflY; bedroom duple o. PAYING REAL
{ } $ ,0OO Up TAT ,
DISPLAY RUBBER ALUMINUMDISCOUNT a-lM2: New furniture Adult no
; PRICKS GARDEN GROVE Stop by 131 ESTATE Home for family
SALE CO. INC. Air Condllloiid/ pete ISO 00 month CY 1-5712 fTFtARAOB _. -
FORDS TRIM SHOP Ml Ave "Let Oeora I>o U. 34.7 ---- ----- BKvmaoo Rd and compare thu plus two Income apartmenta

CLASSifIED DISPLAY a.I NW. CY a-0511 Ion 221 Ilk 81. SW S-S5M APARTMENT Modem two bedroom two bath home at Excellent location at 77* Avenue
-----
..April 25 wcond floor Suitable for eoupleMurt .
PAIULOUS III.MO with lit
anything near price
lUBBER STAMPS For check
Bed
B SW Home baa 3
LAWN SERVICE be seen to appreciate. Dar ,
endoreement ......t_ rang Inelud Florida room
"MortgageLoans CY 4-4311 114 Ave C. NE ti-TF room. 2 bathe dining room,
PACTS ether purpoie aloe dallnceal crend patio plua ovenlM utility ,
eamq pocket SWAP SHOP EFFICIENCY apartment. air conditioned room carport*. and attached arden .. dell on Urge lot. EASY FINANCING
".mp.. STAR I'RE88. Phon. CT LAWN SERVICE TREE BURULON TV Near North Oat houM. Land capd with eprlnker SO
ky 1-1:131.: III Are A. N'It' .11-. LANDSCAPING and beach Orbit Moist ISO Irk system front and rear. Through AVAILABLE
$1000 and Up -- -- ------ WE BUY -- SELL TRADE any. BODOINO JAMES K ROYAL 8t. NW. CY 1- 7t. aTFlBrDROOM OWNER ONLY .S-743 24-2 LET TilE OTHER FELLOW
FRANKLINWHAT -6A' Rooms of Fin Furniture thing I of value. GOPHER HOLE SONS NURSERY Write P O SonII.
HELP PAY FOR THIS la good
Talk to ui Take user pajrmenl ** low a* SWAP SHOP U.. Hwy 17 Kacl Wavirly LMS: furntehed apartment

about yourproblem 1440 per refrlcerator week Includei_ all 1 range like: 'rTa. AiKlrlc take CY V2U7, -May 4 on lake. Silver Drive. Bummer rail NO DOWN PAYMENT I condition, ready to occupy:

IS ke. all "r SAVE TOM Woo a month. Call CY 2-5170 or a-Bndroom houM In Jan-Phyl Cat
i part UP I
CAMP TRAILERSCAMP CY 1-1260 a-TF .
'000 WAREHOUSE: after 5.019 p m MM377 3l II
WHOLE HOUSI NO APPRAISAL FEE tNITURk) SAI.ES 59 rlh Street ROOFING FURNISHED--- '"i IMFURNISHFD----: I }fI( ; .'' ''f'"

MORTGAGES NW-- -- -94.10GOOD EFFICIENCIES and m BEDROOMS ,13)) Real. Estate For Sale f'Wd'III &fafe;
AIR CONDITIONING? FIRST TRAILERS lor rent or tale Nice large airy room. \,
RESIDENTIAL: COMMERCIAL limited Renrv you lonvenlently kicli-d In Old Portal R"CM.'rumD
FIRST MORTGAGE / (*R INDUSTRIAL. New' date I'PIo.. Johnaon AppllancoaHighway : UuMIng I :Sail CY 3SM or CY
CORP. work S repair of all type IT Lake Alfred 27211W14May M147 a-TF WARREN SECKEL Realtor
WliaU H... Air C.Mlltl.lI. WALSDJRF ROOFING CO. U STROUT REALTY

lilt Ii b tk .*.lIlIt! *** dee*. Of WINTER HAVEN GUARANTEED 2020: Dundee Rd 2W427 LARGE I.paN'n\\ In top condition. AnoclaUi: Eve. Ph.
SIB Central Ave, CV 35IS1 15-May 14 lake Inquire 70Av SPRING SPECIALS W. II. McReysolda CY 3-3NS
lag with t..tllre. kvmldlfy > B. NW Phone 253-7224. 2421UR
PAINTING SOS
Helen Whltley CY 3-
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sad 1 air IIIt.l. I.,, Brake LAKEFRONTS
proper PLASTERING CONDITIONED Urge 1 bed- WUma M, Hudaon CY 37582t

ullen itr *.trl.. It ,Iiv ram apartment New rib 7th a BR I bath Lot 126270 $M.tOO.
INTEBIOK a EXTERIOR: Street, SW, Low summer rate. .
ll.tlaii. It Ii Ik. leeM'' ((3)) Situation WantedWILL Monte H. Clennay. Painting Con- BUPRINA CT 8.7311. aTFI a BR. 14, bath. Lot 7 x3M (36000BR. .
lilt .nd' alrtvUH .f air Special HARD-KOTE: Planter MARBI rarlor TREE ESIIMATtfl -
MOTE for anterior wall,. awlnvmlng SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: YEAR old J-bedroom CB boon I 1H, bath. *. Lot UOxMO l22.aoo.
II Ii all .f oh...
l.lly
KEEP chUd.... la my bom. pool H. R. BROWN CY ,'all 2447 Day or Night le4th > with carport and Florida room.Location 109 PROSPECT
.llIIlIltu.ly. Infant to 4 year old. Fenced 5-4S2S ai-TF Bl SK Winter H.... 2-i in Lake Alfred, 272lioer 1 BR 1 bath Lot lUittO |UOOOBR. .
7 00 Harlow tU-IlM
m or
An FHA "m.mr.Bum ,In***) !back yard CY 5-HW4 21-22 from S M p..1ft. to a M p.m. on 0 I bath Lot 75100 til.000BR $300 DOWN

U flU .ffl.*i In l IttOl MAN with new would like to $1.19 wri-k. day 25-1 ; J a "bath plus rental cottage.
power .
Lot *)lMO 117600BR. JUST LISTED
<< **i "Wllkl few yN have Job all lumraor Mr. Doyd5M ROOMS Do.llto,: Convenient.NIre a I bath lot"75x340 111.000BR. ,

any /Ram* tkl U nr wkal Bale. Av SW 17.May I ,10)) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale t700 week. CY 41011. ISTF 2 t bath Appro found are
not they
---- ---- Bargains an -
:20 Acre. H.400
.*".. air t.*4Wt*.4 willrkebly Any u.s. Car I ON CHAIN of LAKES I 4 2-bed- reeoinuMd *a we U leave It up
((5)) House Trailers room furnlehed cottage C1e*. INCOME, PROPERTIES 10 you very nice 2 bedroom
fe* akialiatFEDDERS; HERE'S WHY IT'S A BUY IT" A Bt.yIII.r.tmoni TRAVEL TRAILER Ha been mad> comfortable 545 00 per mo A .large llvlnf room attractive kitchen -
opportunity at a bargain aonverted ta office uee. Bed up I'ttlltlee Included SIERRA Nice Super Market Fully Florida room tov.* and refrigerator
price Memorial Garden Nor*, removed IJRT MOTEL CY 4-2104. 14TFfMPORTANTT equipped. 111500. $4000 Down. Included payment
SPRING CLEARANCEBuy : Remove Front Wheels, Adjust limelery lot In the beautiful Garden .'i'.f.I'.u':: : :': tile, Oood "'... a> term will be 151.Tl pltu tax** Iniurance

your Mobil. Horn Brakes of delheemane. 4 adjoining Iota new ehndlltaeier. Will take beat II Unit Mote Total price M.000.00.
at Dealer Coil on road Mat b* 'men lo append> offer CY 2-7071 :24-4 2 BR. Horn *. reetaurant All
10: W IJ4MOO a Replace Front Wheel BearIng a. Need cash must saICT completely fumlehed Air Coed
Wtie"l Ur.... UHUf 10 I W S2MOO "!'". 1J-TF --- -- Will rent I Br home furnished M.000 tO% Down
and Trailer P6 uu and
W.... HMW :l"D' BEACH TRAILER SALES tip S Check Create Seala FOR 1 SALE HQ-IIA All amateur I REPOSSESSED: : IM4 BIg' tag Lade from Oct. 1964 for I montha DUPLEX: 1 BRaeach (Id*.

Air ,........... Ills Hwy n W. e Add Fluid Road Teat meter band receiver (4 yeas old I and **w* like. new Monogram Man & wife retired. Will take Modem maeonry. .Oonit NW.
Section .
Bash tlaaots, at !% fancy etllrhe. buttonhole*. new mbutton |l( 000.Offlr T
a-May T but ....r ......). CY 2-15M J5-SO *, darn and mende Over option to buy anytime during
ATTKISSONHealing TAKE YOUR CAR WHERE: moo raw *dge*. ONI.Y 11I1110 orjUk the 1 mo... t mot paid In advance BUILDING S rental office. 0
II'rNl POR SALE OR RENT THE EXPERTS ARE FOR _up t payment H H Call CY Fine* location KM 500 Term. D321/ lilwrr.N
New Arery TrolleyPark DUNCAN Phyl Mahogany table ....... 2121l0 Real nice place $100.00
& Cooling Lessee I Ora.. Atherie, d..I.a
: ALL SERVICE WORK ,
2409 Havendala aaM27523TF with 4 chair. |..l>0. Jut 2th StNB .. or better through your broker. HOMES
1 BR I bath S BR. A .23.
224244. 24-2 Due Heat Required er awe
Call CY 3-0289) PAY AS YOU RIDE ( -A) Boars & Motors System Cart.re ahear pnvaccar
lot l06 1X .
h.2 Only MO,600
(5-A) Moving & Storage CLEANING PROBLEMS SEE PHONE FE t-IM* LAKEFRONT ESTATE
COOL SHADY LOTS 1 BR.home .
ELLSWORTH: APPLIANCES for
....1iua .(..ctrte b_., portable. vprlght. POR SALE I Pontoon with 15 HP 2827VILLAGE lot. .pail Out *f thl* .H acrei. 140' on lake large find

.$. IMPERIAL MOVING 4 STORAGE:. and rollaboul., vacuum cleaner Johiuon motor. practically new. ----- world aarde ft grotto ,In Winter I IJ' elw home Rental cottage foreats
forall lASY: TERMS. .21 in euellent condllton. I6UO 00. t three |ta.004. Income Owner nd emaller
Prompt and efficient nervlc SERVICE STORKIT.Ave.
:
S CF GARDEN
14 nborguu. boat with UU M
((-A) Instructions your moves 8":1m.Call. A NW CY I.UU 1 TO" FAMOUS KNAPP SHOES HP JuhneMi motor eceUnt cuadiilon. APARTMENTS FOR PARTICUAR RETIREMENT I BR. Ul. ham wH trade Price $4.000.
1-4IM for free
CY ,
Call WOES Rainbow Trailer PEOPLE: 1. I. I bedreanaInWEN bath" modern bulM-oi" .kitchen, F
: eat* for Alias Van Lines, Ineervlns TUCK HARRISON Para. Ave. S A. lloavor R4. BECY : MOTOR LOU;1C. Hwy ITNona. hlfk & dry tOmlW lot 1 block SIS AVENUE I.E.
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all 54 Male 14-TF CY 2-TOM. 2-. -TF I. rhau 01 ...... Res.. R.t1160sa .
LAST CLASSES 2129 .1311P.II.., 11 A. dnpee included Levely retirement or email faml-
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-- ly hone. I bedroom Flood ream.
Before Pail For ((6)) Special Services -- ALUMINUM Apvleky Pram. RNISHED none Reaaoaabta walk k> all SE: achooU Pr 5U5UU.Hoew .

BrokenAnd I PIECE complete early .-... Be la the water 2 lime Will Near Thrlflway and .beachSrirat FVRNISHED t BR. 1 bath .
Prospective 1 room wit I table laa bee otter CY S-707L 35-25 1 ealruw* kllC prixCpre Uae Alfred nice M around 1105 W down end low mo*
1 ::1':1. sad I lamp. $171 N. ParklM. .. Av I. NW tlJ.OIJG.STROUT. tilt, ..,_.... M u* show ....-
Salesmen Wlnt.r Haven Orafllna Co PRINTERS T.r...*. Warahoti. rurntttir Sale IT PLYWOOD Boat and trailer .. -TF
All lypea Commercial aReeldentuU 52 4th Street. NW 24-20 1100 ao. att Weat Lake Cite Drive.TfMayl. LOlA BV8H. AaaecUle
iXlBBlBf 7:" B.2B. Thweday drafttaiBenefaction ----- SMALL .",",tow, Air ooadltlaavd REALTY J.MS4
Psoee CY
St hE.Ueenaed Guaranteed workuaiLrma and VMV dean Suitable lor Rome
April tMk At eel IMk Oualtty recvadltlvned men .
Drawn Bit( CY 41421air 1 P. Not 'wpua g A BM on. or tw* IM Mantle CY 57 4a ath SC, NW OB Hwy. It
& Guaranteed WANTED lions tenSer far 14 Rune 11-I7
what >tMi buy All eleee and ""'Mn Pa. ZMM1 EDGAR T. HALES
COMMERCE r wit. till Artauta Av*. about, 59 am. M Sit am.IMlikX .
IF small re I Auburedale Heron Irvin t Mlnealal After TW: p.m. 35+' *. lei.se -.III. Ctren 1.- REALTOR
Padgett RXO.t:4:: builder. CY n1-wh.: Caa Co II,TV .. i ratterAdutta. and netrMv 2WOS30M

Real Estate School 2WS INDUSTRY -- -. .. 100iRk BL, .WCY Sit Ave. A. SW CT 1M34
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CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AID t GOYlINMINTawTO FOR SALE, air- ReM condiltMier aadJVBAA. :JI-AJForRent) Unf. BOW, CY 34UI
CY 1-0101 ALTERATIONS Band lltrfc4 .. | Rae Term. 2 EDt10DM...... reel. net n.0 Jfo cnU. ,.,.... Hff. Late
11-21 modern eaulpntMt JUI HirkorrNW UJIWORTH-APPUANCU. 2W. r.'H. idea.. _T. saw SMdowsrn t'II hem.. fed a&i
CY 5-7M4 Mra, Edna: Sch*eerlaMay led Bt NW 2>May 12 H...... ReaRm 1.35311IBEDROOM CY .4 M eiond, ....... 1305,. I
NCSERhainVNwa! .. Oa.... ... thee ...... MwnTor
Loans To $600 LfE11 REFWOI.RATORSftaaa NvnrpelFlar4RN17 $u N 541*
((1-8)) Up Waeaora J"a pot DYLRIDGEVIEWOFENBOUSC
** = Naves 1 bane 744p
R W..p 5 bee el.dlw w.ek Can
((6-A) Animals & Supplies Hosed Air. CeadlUoavr fully guaranteed* Term kirhe N,1pped etNeee. e 411- REPOSSESSED HOMES La* :

boa. gam' 121I Aan 5. IIW. nne.tey ,.yeuaa II...,. n a
From 5255* aad 1I. JOHNSON .
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Real Estate Loan APPLIANCES\ Lak Alfred '.Tr PRIVATE:Sbednee bedroom with bar balls O Fwr.nuiiad 8 K. a 2 >. >.um MewwtM. ChMadCY i ItJSeBa

MALE BOXER Stud Bervlr.RecMered ..... 272-112. .nl. IT>U** 1 Iedn.a.;; 4-1521M3b am eI BUB. '
BM
Or 4
DROVE 1 Call a-JM after M am.
UARDEN -
0. vacant ar t.wereaS. ........ fawn a whileCT 1"'. day IFIRST MO5tTUAi .. 0BatS100.* *a. H.mtn. ..eons
I balk FhrMa roam.Ktrag drape
-IF MMI 24-Tr a 114.1119 ---------- CORP OP FLORIDA.2- .. deable caeeru >
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Ill acs.5 *. fnod. SIMM nwaih in -- ---- taOsatost ewe
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: legal =n.-: TRIM. NAG. rl'PPY FOR SALE Sftudhi Own. Sit**. CY /11" 14-TP (12-A) For Sale or Rent aM.SOB.
Sad POODLE 2 BEDROOM Wta. tamByIMOI.
w* alai I Hikn. Lounge. 5705. SM Av.. NNB. a kuw
IUU MIIII'I PINK -- ---------- auvoaeale Bid N
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CLIP orkrli
1M ,aasa bttm-ea OB kttchM. all
mpleUd 224BEAirrirVL
Mt sad bMuw eMlMMtlal Ul POODLE SALON I"2I"IT.... I WRECKING COMPANY 2 YEAR *M 1be4twaga ('8 h.M* n.eta Beawtlfallf .........*. fteI St. or Arpari B4. te M paned
day for appolnunaat 17.TP alal doora. floorIng I : t elate Early AnxrW wHh carpan and Florida ream rca RENT OB SALE'Of' : Bae city water and ewe biet to read a* Ml" *r ea .
ha, for isle 1. ........ IO-IW4 ,Noel idr,. ..itale tueal .... .
"... 1 VeiwtMW blind ptpa, can duttnc roam troop Smata.Term L ralM M Lake I m P'imly reeea.at sly aBe dtp *
Domestic Loan FOR SALE: CHEAP CH-OD- withIambi. wlnJowa all .!... All _t.r\al. alo* a* $13$ weakly after T. ,... ar Bartow aSMt24trMBi I trnrwd I twed 5rhh..kA V.. ........* N a. *fh iH at Rat CT S4TU
AaUas per ewlamb lumber erCoaL
1 ; CMtral Ax School.1x14 CT Wa"J'tnll_ ....... U 4th8tmL 110 a-m. M a.B) k.av on I NW octkm CaJI aw woe Dawn Brtsa Moth
la cellenl _.
snrca w with Aalrruli at .. .... a-TT 1J.1IPeg.
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NExT M WEDDED f 1I

((13)) Real Estet. For S.U ((13)I ) Reel fatal. For Sal{ I ((1 6)) Travel DAVID NVIHCK HU68AMD'

i VPI RtfwrathM 9(ctoHirt&

Yen, VMI ChtM AM! School
Lakefront Home r4IN LEAN WITH OrISON TOrt 11I10: 10 .... 1x11 Mee Parents anti I teachers have
IUY I carry l" DMI'06t. lekhlesa. I
: '11 ( ?m ('H hinwr with raruorttv ] 7 iont the rfspoiullnlity lo prepare
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And IncomeThis ,., .
,, .? i in* m lake and Alfred Florida STa-lMI room aft ton I children for irridptt 'free)

desirable 7 <10 |' m '"r Barlow 5SMISS DAILV ADanalJl8 lives Training in this area i le
property It located horn v JO. a m in II SO P m on important since stalls:tcs show 1I
on corner lot facing Lake week- -.-...,.. .1 .ITs: aeeehf 'that irrulenN arc a Iridinnj r
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Howard Each unit of this du TIT YNNAw COST cause of death and di.abilihtBtJustry '
pin U attractively flU'llilMd. KIWI- MIX Only USMO* sank '
.. tMVICB DIBECTOKf has recnitnlsrd I h e|
Construction and present condition Il"OIIt 5mmo archat..
c.a Cy large econanuc loss caused by
of property excellent Special 1.HN. YFI
I aetkktntc slid spends t'xlt'nm|
features Legal Advertising
are underground SUBM of money fur accident

sprinkler system, private lakefront I prevention iMSyrat AAIF AMi N'IriC, / Intl ASWVr'S aallMlP Wet

with boat dock, insulated For 2 BR. Family M Till COIBT OF TIN I The most fffec:ivp ap c, IYGIV ; DNr saw wAlf MFrT7K uewc fAIasla+ uJ rodA64Vt LEh

attic electric kitchen, beautiful l'1I'NTY 4iix>B IN AND FOB'!' preach to accident prevention i IS L dR.C ''I .!(5r H 'r ML IAfBALI! S- 727 Ir i11 AK4 9yAf ,fONMf!

lawn The tenant occupied POLK C'Ol'IIITt'1.11&ID" through the development ,if
Comfort in
Desiring p
RI:: BTATE OF I IVAUMA ( 001!.
apartment has been vacant only P. BO8TWICK.DHCBASSD. dtvUuali. who act safely under

I 4 weeks over a 5-year period And all CircuMstances Schools! have
Beauty NOTICK!: or P.ftIIKTt.VINK ; to 1
Large 2
car garage Own.er ...IIIM I pr grims which teach safety -

It selling because of health Lovely new home located TUB RATE: or FLORIDA TO preeautiona Teachen rmpha'

reasons It is our opinion that on Ave. "S", NW between Ports Cutotl Hilte* DcftTMt Mvnliui Kttr Horn Mirk. Feel. sis safely (throughout the II'U.I!

this property can not be duplicated 13th and 14th Sts. In beautiful mast Dr$ w. ColuinMik South O ro- gram They constantly how
at the price of $22,500 Una denta how to prrlorm artlvitieiproperly I
Stately Oaks just off
I IkAIOR
Churls r Krlly,. Jr.. 1 OKD
completely furnished and readyto Havendale Blvd prln. P O Don *M QtMWwIch. to avoid hn.rd.

move Into. A wonderful aan.etkwl The shop teacher is alwav dc-

place to live with sufficient income This home has I BR, Itt cla All m nc unknown an lntra p .'<*In.said hiving Mate or i mending tare In the use of] F

to cover taxes, Insurance, baths and a Florida room You ara hurray. notified IHal a tools The c:asiroom teacher 4 reI

upkeep and still show a returnon large enough to be converted petition. bar to ban tfctermlM fl'ad .In tka aald omirtMiln Iwnl tells itu lenls to keep their, feet

your investment into a third bedroom belt. of the sold owwdi.nl and you out of the aisle and not to mi

and family room for the are twiM.br. raqulrad lo III. your their chairs back In addition -
writtin drfonaaa thereto M or ...- I IHIIANsI, THIBI WtC| T Mt WHEN I j --., I
GLENN D. GERKERealtor family requiring more Toro ISM Should' teachers are aware of Mfetv t .
"IaruJ: you fall: factors i }t I I it. I'5s' I N ALMOST Id Ivtt) IT MVllL
rooms n will b< antorad In every clam actl\lty '
In aw course upon th. Hid pet Safety AN OLD 411.14 KHUOI WH' My i I r+ IM IT (AN IL '+ I AM II' Nr THIS Will (OMl t&ro A SURPRIItrtARl.
Is
actually
being .
lion 'KISS'' C" 'IN(, Y YOU, PRIM, BUT i HAD A BIO
This home has deluxe Jt 00426.16414 11.111)
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many Rp a' N v iufS
Janet Chadwick, WITNE88 hand and the anal tsught whenever' a child learns I )
my n sal .I My x1 ECONOMY m CRUSH ON ft.J
FROM PRHUL.A WAS M A
features at a moderate of said M RIHTY'
s. Na
court at Harlow florMa a skill! Skillful and knowledgeable : .
Reginald Baker price of only $15,100. Ihli lib day of April 1M4FUchard N MfA; IAIYN11R ,, flitMi ON MY tAa HOMO I YOU FOR FOUR HklNfUlTDN&Ul I

101 Ida St., NW CY 14271 Excellent financing avail, A Hnmann performances result In AND A 5UDI FN O( e, ALL F f { TlCD VCARtTJ !
County ledge I safety An obvious example n OUNTION t THR000N I / r
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Jotlay and WoltrAttornryt
26-21 for Petitioner the proper u..e of a hammer

able.LEIS P 0 Bin S7t saw, or knife as versus carelrm

LUtEraoNT Nye DOWN BROS.REALTORS. Winter Hans Florida I handling of these same IJOI.SllId..nl. .

I Bcdrooma, Florid _April__T. 14. ... .__._ tea_
room. Mtwtnfd u should tin taught in
porch bulll.In oven ranm l> o .4501J1lI1 g4LSC' 54 'iii; I 'J
THK C'IItC'I'I'I' C'OI.It1', TKNTH4IIHCIAL consider the d.nllt'ri;
Lot 10 a 140 |1|,too. Morleare.poyabi. activlty I I )
AND
IIH4IIT (
IX rOB
110100 month :2501 120 Sixth st., NW If they
per roLl! COINTV, rLOKIDA, are taught to be \
*South r 4 00 WIr p m Deer Dr CY MT7I T-TF alt Opposite North Gate) IN IHANCtBVI aware of haiards as young' I11i1t
IT PUN l)l>UHrR :
clef they will continue ;
24-SU7 Caw N.. MCII-SMII to do !
JOY t' ROBERTa the same .s: adults r
ON CHAIN OF LAKES New 4 <
kxlroom I bath horn 40TaeiMnad ya rialntltt This brings us to the area of] -
porch, double carport. nafety habits Ilablti tend
RALPH B ROBERT. to be -- --- ---
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11I".1 .Id. Lak. Elol. Moos
or Roa4. CY .710 CY UI6J. .Tr I IIi NOT1C1Defradant unconKctous! actions The Indi I ,
vWual who closes: a match book AM NU11yIIN. RAiN NOlO If ealOANb'ALlYWI1N + M
TO B. .
Ralph Roberta
i i THE ny FOOf1TIP1'' r.LYg .
SILENTSALESMAN last known addraaa, cover before he s t r i k e s the iNtT NAV( TN[ a n

I 947 West 4Mh. 8treet.J.ckaon..UIe. .. match doesnt stop to think of COlO: WIIN .Hf Ml YOU '
COMING SOON KhirldaYOU r
NNOw rHA1 aO D0.
ARE HEREBY: NOTIFIED. the dangers of leaving II open ,
I Thai a Bill of for Dt- He has e0T6 I I I IJ .Y
Complaint performed this :
A new concept in Florida living Yes. this home speaks for yore. "bar bn filed analiut. you, a"I\III'' E
so many times that he I
doen I
and
you arc required to arrv aiojy
If you are looking for itself You'll feel at home af your A....... or INesdingIs think about it any more The Eo O
the Instant you walk into the Bill of Complaint on tMplaintiff' time
something new and different, attorney WALKLRRABE to teach him aafet wax
the living room and on into
watch for our : WINEB. Van Bklvrr Build- when he first began lightIng
the Florida room. The ln|. Winter Hav.n. KI.H-kla. and matches
kitchen Is modern with (Hith* ortRlnal' Aniwrr or Pluad
OPEN HOUSEin Inc In Iho Olfki. of the Cl.rk of Some other factors which
an area for eating The the Circuit Court on or "before the seem to prevent accident.* an
two bedrooms are most May 97 IW4 If you tall to do aojudnmrnt 8
the most desired Southeast by default will bo Ukrnaiialnx neatness, politeness. respect ( 'I'
attractive with parquet you for the nllrf drmandtd others and careful workman
section Designed by John D
floors in the Bill ..f Cc>mpl.lntDONIC ihlp There
Atchison forGALAXY. AND OKDKRED at liar- also are physical
There's Iota of extras In tow. Florida. this 9Stk. day .* April factors which affect safety
..0.. l*". Poor vision or hearing. fatigue
Bldrs.1M this Helm's built home located D. H. SLOAN JR.f.rk .
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Circuit CourtJ generally poor physical, condl ,..
Beverly Dr.. SE ZM-1MI between two lakesin I WILLIAM RABB:, lion and poor coordination arc .y- ] ff IU, 6NEAK UP BEHIND HIM I II \ I >lvxCLllrNEp
the Cypress Gardens of th* firm of I I II V ANOOrVtlHIMTVICA \ t?
contributing causes of SIN tY+PlJa LUIS
arcldents 1
many
area WALKER. RABE WINES.Van I LL IY A T.b. iCAAE OP HIS UFE 1 /1 '
Shiver Building. ; These should U considered l Y -
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Mrinltr Florida; '
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.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDlI.n before lr
The owners are most anx Altorn.yii f<.r plaintiff' enl"rln'IDIQ any
bus to return north and Apr SS. May t. U. IS ISM activity Corrective measure
.Rustic.... .., ----.T- '' "
-* I lahould'be\( Initiated It soon as
have reduced the to
price ill Till!: n rtit C'CJI'.1', TrstW ipdoslb15., .
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.' .All redwood and c*. only $13.500 Oh yes, they 515)1(151.( riMdiT, PwaiDA POLKOIkTV U Is mort'frf/ecllve ro provide .

dar construction Split Just repainted the house IM rrltl
also To see this "fresh asa N.. SUM '''-kl. M n N., St!
level planning with 2 bed MkSLVIN PALMEfi: cite daaffi-cnis. : on.. A Child :

rooms and 2 baths daisy home drive by Plaintiff who la told not to held a bam

Cathedral open beam eel). 2546 Helms Road SE. MARIE PALMER-- mer a particular: way because

lug la living room For details and appointment DofmdaDl H I. not 'af ha.i learned very I
NOTICE OF HIT little unliss he r.i ., shown the
Huge stone fireplace .
to inspect thoroughly THE BTATB: OF KIXiKJDA' TO i
24 ft screen porch on callGERTRL'DE % 14 Poplar tint proper wiy (-
Maru PalrnurFlorala. Parents and teachers .
lakeside A 'mustsee" Alabama L __. .
BRYAN should teach ..IIM) In two -'-- -
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no other home like It In Eves A San. CY >.I55 suit for divorce In tha has above.bell onMttatfrauw fllndaiialMt ways Th first .is through dl y 101 MIAH safes R4MT1 i K w46sti seerWI t t. 1 WANt

Winter Haven Only and you that you are hanrbr. rulrd *- reel Instnietion uc'i as a film 5750 754 ID 5N sale AOWgriCA: WI CAIi' iii TNY TO 0c5fATi l's, freSNM MtM j KNOW TV* ARM

$14,500 with good financing TOWN COUNTRY .. to ..",. a espy[ ?' your[ .*" on bicycle safely or a dlsruision I MAA2r! A RPC4nwMwW I Aldor 91et9 T1i 1,0 l15W. AMeld TMIAAOVI RoPVIMI CONr4
t, ewer or other written dd.asa "PI' concerned with running on RC7a 7 OAb4GFT QtJ TIR4 I PARNea tD Tree ANLr1'
available Call J Julian B.nntl ptalnllfTi Mktrnry 11 THA" :% w +eltg I ihGHT ,
2/7MjiiolURfjJ 1]( 1]( I whon> addrn* la 901 Vlmar Main I 97<'
MALCOLM TETREAULT la 3-iMI uUlLuovlliiJyI.1[ building. Wlninr Havtn. Florida on The second approach is
... D.. I
'n.* th &>! day of Jan A
Eves, at SIM. CY 1-M7 11.4. and bcfon or lmmdlat hpthtrrafur through llvfn< safety in daily I II
lo fll* wISh the Ctwk I activities This would Involve I
----- -- of the above atylod. Court th er. watching I
putting toys away, a
COUNTRY ilnal of Mid aiMwvr or laid written
TOWN
c. Home With A dofrna If any. ball game from behind a LKD.;
If you fall to do *o. dO('..* prronfrMo .. screen. crossing atreea: at the I ,
Ltag6dl. MllffllimiwunniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiHiiiiHiiiniii will b* .nter.d assist ,
3.1141li1lSl IlL UI JU I B Welcome rmi for th. NOel d.mandVd In In* corners, and generally learning
ComplaintWITNEM necessary skills before attemptIng

UIM' mulllIIRRImmlWMIIM. .. Smile o1flee my a hand! Bartow anil .offmUloral PMkCounty task!

za.28 Florida this 94lh day of Safely' must be a natural part i

April. A D.. 1504.D of one's activities An Individual I
---- Words fail 5w to tally describe H BLAN JR(15r11
Clreull 4eurt I cannot constantly think
/ the elegance of this lovely I Hy Dorothy Bunn about avoiding! acclden Accidents I

TLCTender bedroom, I talk borne U n- /t'I.IAI'f' IVnulv BFMMETTjni fist: /lr. not Intentional I This'

Vlmar BulMIncWlnlrr I ran only be avoided if each individual I
residential Mighbor- L TMOI78I4T YVUGA06i
elusive SE 6INCI YOU WD IT TILE I
love and care Is Haven FloridaAll ban developed what Witt, AT lAfiT
listed hood that offer proud owner "m-v a! Law .. Ybjgg MsONO RIGHT\ WAY INCTCAOOf 1' 1ILJSi iv i ii 1 OUY6 JUST IgPT
evident in this Just living room carpeted April M. Mal 12 It, 114 mIght bi ( aflcdale: atlitudFLORIDA >
2 bedroom, Florida room ship. Spacious CAN Wife r rwMGiloe1 >JBAKiM oCFP1 f

home !located walking dis modem kitchen vita. I Yt U
Flair Frigidaln eves rangeTastefully A6IT
lance to town and Southeast
decorated. Large i
school Huge oaks 6011
1 1rpw27
screen porch, I car carport.
shad the planting beds facts
with Irrigation system on corner.lot .
bursting
literally Only $34.100. Term if de-
rainbow hues. The MUM
tired Make your appointment
itself Is fresh daisy
at a !
today to pee talc MS.Beasley .
and Invites you In. Shale

low well and complete Co. e
Realty
yard irrigation air conditioning JLtflY

built.in range IM ..* it, NW CT MTUIVBATH '"
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oven and brick Bar.B-Q -.BJDkOOli.: NOMU100 ...... '" #"'- t

malta this home outstandIng III tan OJCNC: COOPBXUU 'j.A .._- -
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and worth immediate It aT"T&. .50.. Alfijj
your mINi r .H ..
Inspection. Pricedat ------ -- ---
o' ALWI1 PIUL FATTIIp ,r
$13,500 with easy ALB OK UUBb .. WNIPN 2 STAND AL.CI4ta0
It.fPI rwnu. It* Bat**. -
: / SLIM MOHeNI
terms. For appointment oral Ma W4 Mr tunHiaMlUK ,
can -C. location "*l4a tat
1ft. o wr 74M t

PALL SMITH "

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TOWN COUNTRYSK ,,_ 'h 'mitts.Ir I
TM 11 (UIMTr IIMllraIVIBT PHOSPHATE POOLS. I

? fijli'filJt lomnr it AND, rutsuBAtm rtia FULL IN fOlK AND HlUSIOtOUCH' COUNTIES. SOMf UNDERSTATE I

1 I ImiJU. ... M MITATB or MUNACtMCNT. Ml OUTSTANDING FRESH WATER i
IRID Vile avwzwTo
.sswtea ca .-... FISHING! SPOT!
All CnIIIeen/ .. rer- Hae-
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M L4U Lora VtE LAKBVirw .... ...... Florida's.FISHING
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I.Lee. ......... I UIe ad sass. car -. are ...1
0 mMd to N. r .dv....... 55et..r EXPERT fEED
Oslo. lar|> I., .aIPPM each. .... ..-.- mm >,..
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4vma rrsm eI R...asrd A I._ C..alr PRATE OPERATIONS T : + TK IK0mM11R T 2'D pONbiTIt
stt.tbed coma J.... M W sN m III .... U.WIMs. "CttATf f LL ,
/sass A dsai. ,- t.tdMf. ..".... Yklda sMlt..u FISHING'r
sass .. see ___"n .-. cat..d.r felt 4". EXCELLENT
d..wW.1M.rW .-.k.adietars. M lost .Ovu Ie 50. d.l.W
0 apbs.aHA v.1 .uamHtew 01. Pr....._ d SIS.. 155c0rs WATERS MANY
C"I' sent "I os dasad s.s k. $ ...r1t.e toni alUM FHOSPHATf --
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I Second Round Pairings fSp$Hj4YflllRHMlTH. Bank Robber Bryant Asks House For Syracuse Carnegie SYRACUSE.Library University's N. now Y iUPI Andrew has,an-


Ed Belle Manuscript Collection
Announced For Golf Meet ., The stage and screen star
.. By LESTER L COLEMAN. MJD. Escapes. JailTAMPA Additional Canal Funds contributed more than 100 original
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The Winter Have Go.f Club Bill
AcIdIqtoa, Dkk
Men Championahlp In- Hoyt vs WASHINGTON (UPI) Gov. 000; flood GOIItI9I Smith New his career Including
moves Vaccines
Terry English. Defeat ContagionCOMMUNICABLE (UPI) ..A man radio script .
young original tth
the
River
to the second round thin week TWrd plight. Celsttoa Ferris Bryant asked the Howe Basin ",000; navigational
captured after a gunflght with which Becky first brought the
Committee Monday and
with flight and consolation Clinton Appropriations recreational use of flood
matches dated Martin Thomas vi. Risk diseases yptillls, typhus and brucelkmls. police four months ago escaped tar ..5 million more to controls $17,000; flood I control character Charlie Chan to
Barry Burgooon ... from the .
AU second round matches Buster Hooks that formerly resisted vmoetatea Even infections caused by the HUMwrough County peed up the construction of the Yellow River Basin in West broadcasting
Jim Jell after
Lynch ... Monday the first
;b must be played no liter than John Workman, Bud Andersen: awe now being controlled by the streptococcus: the staphylococeua of hi* bank robbery trial,police day cross-etste barge canal. Florida and Alabama, $30,000;
this Sunday Pairings for this va. Bob Oeborn. relertlsss progress In the and the menlngococcua and aid. Although the President's bud. channel improvement in Tampa
week are as followsChampionship : Senior science of immunisation. other bacteria it Is anticipated, A co-defendant who alao tried let has $4 million allocated for Harbor, .,000; restudy of Now. .
win be eradicated by; prevenuvehealth the project led I Florida authorised waterway between
Flight Huss Kadow vs. John Dame Children and adults are now to escape was sudued in a )Jail Bryant
I Tlmmy Wilbur vs. C. H. K. R. Popham vs. 0. C. Me, being' safeguarded against contagious I hygiene: methods and corridor by guard delegation that argued any delay Carrabelle and St. Marks for DON

Swam Jack Hart vas Dr. W. Knight, Mike Downs vs. C. S. disease that once vaccination. Federal marshal, FBI : In completing the project more economical route, 130,060.
W. Cottrell Danny Reynolds WH 80n, A. G. O'Neal vi. Carl threatened their health ..ncllIapplll. Instituted EarlyIt agents, HilUborough Plnella would be costly Bryant asked $89,000 for a SUCHAN
vs Tony Price Max Von Hurtl,. .... Is Imperative that a County deputies and Tampa "The Board of Conservation flood control study In Martin
Hahmann vs. Bill Mattox.Champlon.hlp Seniors consolation I The vaccine of vaccination for program all city policeman put out in alarm believes completion of the cross- County, a project the budget and the

FlightConsolation' W. W. Glddings vs. M. P against measleshighlighted children must be instituted early for 22-year-old Richard Beverley Florida barge canal will signal recommends $50,000 for.

Lldden, Fred Howard vi. C. I a and completely In order to attain Sanchez of Tampa. an era of unprecedented industrial TONICSTuesday
Fred Arlington vs. Lamarr H Lamb, Jim Perretty ... year of brilliant the full benefit of the vac Sanchez vaulted out of bull growth In Florida i* wells
English Danny English vs. Russell Fountain, Col.! Frank accomplishmenta. cines.: Inoculation of children pen cell when co-defendant Ser. provide tremendous transportation MUSIC STUDIES thru Saturday
Howard Perry Buddy Simmons Johnson vi. Harry King Sr. Measles against diphtheria, tetanus and rando Fernandez knocked down advantage to the nation NEW YORK (UPI) More
vs. Bob Haviland Ben had always whooping: cough must be begun a Jailer. He fled through the ," Bryant said. than 11,750.000 school-age
Hogan Perry vi. Jack Tesen- been carnallyaccepted at the age of three months front door of the JaU while officers The governor requested the children are being taught to PLUS -

sky. Two-Day Old aa on At six months, It Is auggeated were grappling with the canal appropriation be made to play a musical Instrument today MLH
of the Inevitable 25- -old of the with :3 million
First night children should be yesr Fernandez also full extent of the construction compared only
Curley Pierce vs. Tee Evens Baby Snatched Dr Coleman disease of chll-1. by smallpox vaccination protected TampaThe capability of the Corps of In 1947. according to Piano
AI Bryant vs. winner siren a nui and polio vaccine. two are charged with Engineers, which ii fl.S millionIn Trade Magazine
since, but one of "no coma the $4,000 robbery of the Exchange
(Jack Cavanaugh vs. Bob CHICAGO (UPI Police The exact number of Injections (lIlca1965.\ .
Rhinehart) Roland Robinson scoured the city today for quence." This false concept and the intervals between National Bank of Temple In other request Bryant isk '
i'' vs. Clyde Brooks, Joe Ganey a 2-day-old boy who was minimized the many serious them should rigidly follow the Terrace last Jan. 13. They ed for $300,000 more for continued
complications that resulted from were arrested minute..fter the
va Pete Eastman. construction on the Gulf In-
t snatched from his mother'sarms pattern established by the phy:
"a of meaaleL"Now robbery after a battle with
case gun
simple
First tricontil
Flight Consolation Waterway from the
sician. This !
particularly important
by a woman poring is a
Temple Terrace .
there la safe policemen.An
complete
T C. Newman vs. Leo in order to maintain the Caloosihitchee) : River to the

Gregory Judge H. G. Stephen. nurie Authorities were hampered In vaccination.protection Against measles by immunity conferred by the vac nandec officer'in the hip bullet and hit Sanchez Fer Anclote River. The budget provides t 1
son vs loser Jack Cavanaugh class $700,000. Bryant said the
their! search by the fact that m threw down his gun.
vi. Bob Rhinehart), George' footprints had hen made of Accumulated KnoweldgeThe At Fixed Intervals Both had been Jailed under additional money would be to
Partln Jr. vs. Cliff Scott David the Infant after I It was born scientific researches un $50,000 bond each since their start work on the final seven- Mary Lou Gonzales
Spacek vs. Bob Dcknes. Sunday. doubtedly were outgrowths of "Booster allots" are given at arrests mile link around Venice.

Second Flight The red-haired Infant was the the knowledge accumulated In fixed Intervals so that thebody's Seven additional'general investigation Thurs fri. Sot

John Gunther vs. Bob Hill, first child of Mrs Dora Fron. the production of the Salk and Immunity against these ADV studies" were liked
yCE
Jesse Martin specific diseases will not bediminished. for the At Central
vs. Bill Rots, czak, 28, ind her huibinl, Sabine vaccines against polio by Florida delegation Florida's
Tom Beard vs. Don Tripp, Chester 33, an alrcraf me. It la almost difficult to recall Complete records of BOSTON <( Howard Wells vi. winner of chanlc the terror, the anxiety, the dates of Immunization ahould lung machine that runs on oxygen Miami River "4,000; flood con
Paul Daniel vs Jerry Me Iver. Police said the abductor panto that pervaded families and be kept the by both the physician and Is 10 compact It can trol Earman River Basin, $50, Lounge

Second night Consolation lurked in fie' corridors of Michael and communities a few short family. be carried In a car trunk has
Under
Tony Votto vs. C 0. Spencer when the first polio special circumstancesof been designed and built here for
Jr.. Bill WUbur Reese Hospital for more years ago travel to foreign lands immunization $1,800. For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 1c1i
vi. Charles than four hours Monday before case of the aeaaon was diag
Tinkersly, Harry against typhoid, Dr. Ernest M. Baraamlan of
Crabtree vi. she slipped In to Mrs. Fron- nosed. Now there la a completesafe
Jack Waters, Dick cholera and yeUow fever 1C re the West Roxbury Veterans AdmInistration
Lichen- ctak's protection against polio TiKi
room, lifted the baby quired. Lounge
walter vs. loser of Paul Dan. by vaccination, Hospital and Prof.
Ida vs Jerry Me Iver. right from the mother's arm Infections and contagious diseases Samuel C. Collins of Massachusetts ....
the breast fed and Spurred on by this success Cecatellall 'III I pan.
is It rushed have
no longer
any geographic Institute
Third night' from the building, and profiting from the research barriers. Distance of Technologyspent R'' '' Ave D I atb Sf. N.W.
Mclver Werner J. Fisher vs. H. W. Mrs Fronczak became hysterical and, knowledge that have come dramatically reduced In' this so device.seven yean perfecting the Bagwell Building Supply R;d' Wish Hevee
C Gore vs. Sunny from It groups of scientists ..nattacklnr
Smith, Don Zimmerman when she was told her age makes the health of every
vi. many other contagious
son had been kldnaoed.. nation depend on the health of
.
and infectious diseases.Optimlitlo
Police Issued: a citywide alertas every other nation

QUALIflED'He soon as they learned of the PredictionIt Tktit .columns are designedto
abduction made a room-to. la
optimistically predicted reOMP /ear about
room and c I o i e t to closet that most of the seven contagious fteoJtA through a better under

search of the maternity hosplal diseases that affect man I standing of your mind and body, Yes the TRUTH Will Out.
and assigned homicide: dciectives will either be eradicated or xn the Aope/ttl new advance
to the case. The Fed. completely controlled within the to medicine reported here are .. .
oral Bureau of Investigation next two or three decades. known to doctors everywhere.Your .
laid it was "folbwlng the Investigation. Included In this group of Infectious individual medical pro*.
." ; diseases are malaria, tent should be Handled by your

Witnesses first placed the ,.smallpox, cholera, tuberculosis, own doctor Ho knows you but.

4. mystery woman In the hospital: (O asia. Klaf ratui res Syndicate, Inc)
about S'30: ..m., when she ---
walked into the room Mrs

Fronczak woman: shared with another Presbyterians To Consider110I A .\ 20jiyilftikeountv

? MM\ Alice Pemberton, a Monza pctatRUMORS
nurse's aide, said fie Intruder \ 2 .
walked over to too mother and "" '
child lifted a blanket lookedat Women As Deacons EldersMONTREAT Tfie '

'ft well qualititd for ..the.baby. and left !the room THE

hit new petition and hit wn The:-out saying a word. N, C. (UPQ u civil right activities DiSPEL bOO' taxTRU'1'N

many friends will with him mystery woman described Southern Presbyterian consider The assembly also called for bear tbeoro. uee'
well at he rises the as a "dishwater t proposal today that would the elimination of all racial LET. t(I b\\1\
pow blonde" about P\'ol'erlY bae oeElorlJ
35 or 40 years allow presbyteries and \I I
women to become deacons Instructed all row roU
ernm.ntal ladder old and clad In a white uniform .lcI.u.nd ministers churches to ,cease barring per. \\t u AP, It \t 1& \"lor It J I\lt t'/aft\ .

PANAMA CITY HERALD hose and shoes but with. The 104th general assembly of sons from religious services on I" tl41et1ty: t I a un' ReL tlvt onlj' ,.1. n. Xo our- bU\4'
out a nun.'. cap-was noticed the Presbyterian Church In the the ,basis of "race, color or ,, \ s'Amtnlln etection\ aunt' nul tttr
u1111A1\ votrf ,
In the ball throughout the day U. S., In its fifth day of a 111- class." 1. alt I A SuvcfnnT rllr It, toutl
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Police said nurses and aides day meeting, was expected to It Instructed several preibyterles hurter t 'III"I ,\. uw uI/ ; tin, 10uW hnve them'hiitt

"in the normal contusion of i approve the proposal which has In Alabama,Mississippi, .... \\I', ter, I\iM"rl\ 1nKrtntur') ,155-was lhl' Pc"Vie
maternity ward lust thought already been endorsed by 87 of Georgia and Louisiana to"bring star ,15,1 "'I"'h"\I' \ pp Part.rtfls" Iws''u\l', law
the was a new employe." its 80 presbyteries In 16 Southern their procedures into line with uv+l.Il' ?.."' ni\non to 1tut II'* aPPruva"t it wun1J not have
the lit I' t+\VCa .
states, constitution of our church Ilu u II h" astnJ
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Or one Peppard and Darren The United Presbyterian and to take Into their membership h 1.1 lit l".I' 1111" Tvutt tti" '11'\\I\1110\\

McOavIn are the stars of "The Church In the U 8.A., the largest and under their care all of in ,"U\lItll o.f\',,p-\ ; '
all
Oame with Olaas Pieces" a Presbyterian body, composed the ministers and churches of cttt'\ ..a".r. fS= %
Pen PN/tleai l A< rllitmnt Farad Ped drama due on NBC'a "Chrysler mainly of Northern our denomination within thedlsetrict .,,.,,M, rh.\r\1 rho wta fur sew \
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Fw Rwinlt rr KyBM eaeneer Cimiilan, Chairman Theater in the near future churches, has had women deacons for which they bear re ; \, II" \1'" (tYnl aTn elders and sponsibility." It whhh fo
ministers for r" (' 'lIm" the i1,1th
several By a vote of 278-119, the 1'bO N.ttlepertua' 1>cT have Ton
yean. assembly \ 'rtn : ; wou1J
In what was described n the called on churches to I. + fnt of til"1'5: I'UI1 u5OURera; Ol 1'lnrlJn: : toi
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1resion. greatest support ever shown for cease practicing discrimina i 1,11.1 d "n'\ \f nnYp IraUt that Ibe Pimple the than OfI.
." 1' I'1 oH\.d :
the National Council Churchea tlon. The action provide that I w I \ \te art they )seen bCI'I"r
the t 0\11 \r\Jtoc\ hate thenuu'Ivea' the
the antl-dlscrlmlnatlon
assembly Monday beat statement fir I I.' ,' r W tIlC\\'1' fot In
back move to have the church be published In the till turiI lb.0 \\OOl'oe thin chanSerntl
pull out of the giant religious church's directory of worship ln.t, ; I u+"' lan,. out not to make
: .d e llUl10n. _
42-HOUR organization The action In this matter la :1 I" tu ,+hwtblc t n hqurl* l ,, : __
In an overwhelming voice subject to the approval of Ita 1I.. imp
vote, the 450 commissioners attending SO presbyteries. and \) __ f ,'Ostr"I.livel'OU"'h"
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the assembly voted to a { 01
TIRE EVENT continue participation In the r ------ ,=.,,IiIP ht' wulI \' '''''ntatton 11111irlt-

NCC Presbyteries In Missies Soviets Reduce nrlfr\n\ rc".nlu" ssfiBen utoe, lie n '
HI" ol e'ec
See Page 3 in This Paper slppl, Alabama, and Tennessee 1' \ \roo1l1c\d usklnS toIwlk be
had sought to have the church Flood Threat 01, \,0
\'oll""Y.IIJII."l .
'?1.:1111'I: this nQ.lor.
pus ando
leave the NCC because of UsA UU txhunty ,
I\ all emo\ng Volk ; In public
pr r 'tOlb fsihP
By BlastingMOSCOW a'
bill\ \ .IIII" 1 Atltul reeo"I that be
t ,n+ timl Vrovlalon lUa Vro the
p'nrida) lute rot

: r f XJPO-.Soviet engineer the .' 'wteMrlK:..se.""\ ?"'f' Flor'da 'n Private\10"a\\\ well\ ql ua.Ufled eo thou .bO

f.: blasted a path today 1n, were n felt rolOt'
VOTE FORFRANCIS \\Cln\C boo\ exitIt it ve
<<<" : ba
..try
around a landslide that has 1S \ *l will\\ hA 4e )001fU"\ )obpoee bl(1\ woi1J trot \\b Ylb\sverl,
backed up millions of gallons of bl\I\ t" the b"1'Ii .
U( \ phnoltPal
'- flood waters threatening the b11' t,161Jren In tt. lslature, to mtllixn
legendary central Asian city of : the 1ieS been hell traatlri rltorta Pus'udly and
Samarkand.The Pus'w J baTe In t mocrat -
ltud' \1. 11\11\.1 votinS fbe 1h eatiter endnraebill

Soviet lass news agency which: 11'td) : le' of Florida' decide\ .tronE1T repea* Its \t\o.\ fur alale
aid In in eyewitness report the P" u
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to nt
from the seen that the first 50. rap ,.,, r 'lilt-lItC; d the pru- went ---_
ton blast of u --
explosive "out. oteY natot. ___
lined the route of the future whcthr ur 1\ \.Ow. wxt1JLoral ---

canal along which water of the a, tKCO Ole th.' ,\lca!lure ",..
Zeravhan River and its tributaries eUf'I'\ ".t t """
+' ; w'hp0t
Tb ,
are to bypass the ob '"" hlP' nNstestar"
tu
struction. \1'1\ + avulla
mark i"t;
It said Clearing of the blasted nom!: hy
sector "Is proceeding all fait
pace" But It indicated the flood
danger still remained

L. PIPKINIS "If this natural dam U suddenly
broken, hundred of million -
of cubit meter may rash
A VOTI FOR downward1*

A NATIVE OF POLK COUNTY This morning1 bleat It said,

A MATURE BUSINESSMAN was "a start". through the obstruction. Hill Griffin is for better education


A MAN WHO STANDS FOR
MECT

EFFICIENT HONEST COURTEOUS e e and saving you money any way possible!

PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT INGSWOODIPROTT.

ELECT PIPKIN YOUR NEXT i


COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER ONI JR Elect BEN HILL GRIFFIN Your State Senator

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The Gardenia Garden Club, dIM to
,p 1 Banks; Clifford. Ryan City Manager;
its many outstanding project wilbSn
E.H. Sehe Unberg, former bre arch manager .
the Winter Haven' arM, bas been
o/ General Motors Aoceptance
selected the winner of the Community
Corporation and Lex Hood, vice president .
Service Award offered by the Wtotw
xf the American National Dank in
Haven Daily NewsChiefThe .
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award a silver bowl, to offered
The award covers service during
in hope that it will foster more (internal
the 1963-64 season, and will be presented
\'\ in( actual service in Winter Haven.
;( at the annual Press Party for
Each year Clubs with newt appearing
presidents and chairmen in the
(in the Women's Section of the News., press
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; Chief are invited to submit\ written
Honorable mention to four
''tl reports at the close of the dub fear goes
clubs which have done outstanding
and these in turn are judged by prominent
ii'' work in the community. They an' the
residents' who are in no way connected
Junior Woman's Club, the BouquetCarden
jY with any of the competing organizations -
Club, the Hospital Auxiliary and
or the paper.
; the Camellia Garden Club. Stories of
.. This year the judge were Mrs,
each, including their projects for the
William Enns executive assistant! to the
year are included in this issue
president of the American National

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THE BEAUTIFICATION of the grounds at the Winter Hu*n Hospital the continuing
project of the. Gardenia Club. Members iup.rvi. r'f."co
n..d.d. Her., Mn Paul t.4y.r., lift, and Mrs William! Cottrell on. of the fl.,.
dtncrt, Oliver Johnson Mrs Richard D. Pop $r. h.t bass particularly activo In this progcct,
end hu provided m.ny of the plants td in Undtccpin a t tho koipit.l. She hu bn horticulture
chairman, for the past two years.




GOOD WILL end Mondlinou he.. been festered by the dab lIy' placing flowersinn.ss.sMrs.JamesnMcKlIIohp1Jrs
I. .b..ft heipltatlied, here due te I&clcl.".. .' ...dJ.*
and! Mri Clayton H.rme", left le right, ere pie-

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Weeds Become Beautiful

Advice For Tall Girls

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The Gardenia Garden ClubNotable And'Whistles Tuesday.Page April 14 21. 1964

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among clubs In Winter 100 Agapanthus, Blue Uliea el tM was donated for equipment.In i,
Haven Is the Gardenia Garden the Nile were placed to follow addition a Christmas program By MLUE ELLIS QtMffiisffc
Club which has been chosen the natural terrain. was presented to the fyr W.,*.', Niter
for the Community Service Around the cobalt fence, MPhinbago Scouts and their mothers.
Award of the Newt-Chief were grouped at thewest During the Christmas season,
An unwritten! code "Participation and of the Snively wing the club donated SS hours workIng April ii such a busy month but lOCh a delightful -

without hesitation". has T. add ceter and to supply time to make decorationsfor one club women have jut about completedtheir
made the organization a leader cat Moons for patfenU im Ifcehe4taL nursing homes and for the projects for the year, and can sit back and be (
in community temie) yellow, pink and erange public library. Additional time
proud of their for the Beacon. .
, and enapdragOM and accomplishment
The chief horticulture heflyhodts was given to therapy throughout -
beautification project has been were purchased M roes the year and In taking flowers And the accompllihmeetUhive The youngsters will take
the Winter Haven Hospital bunbes were also planted M the and bulbs to the elderly persons ... been many The their audience on an excursion ALL NEW
grounds. This year members southeast side of die hospital. News-Chief It proud to announce to cities around the world.atertlnlrom ,
of the committee have given Ii was necessary to replace The organization also donated the Gardenia Garden San Francisco .
sos hours in caring for the gardenias In the Fleet de Lls $50 to be used in beautifying the club at the winner of 1U Community .
club's investment of $11.000. pattern oa the Lake Martha side grounds of the Policemen's Rocreathm Service Award ..eongratulationa for There everything Is usually. an many answer women 1964
The 1963-44 expenditure to date of the grounds and several of Building and sent a donation go also to four In not
have persisted
i..n additional SM20( and the large dead trees had la be of $25 to the Avon Park i other clubs which receivedhonorable artificial flowers in their
committee removed.The Correctional Institute mention. The using
some members of the
have donated appropriate club's budget for Its continuing The only money making project \ W f Junior Woman's Club homes at first they said Fin
plants.As project at the hospital of the club is the Garden The Canellli Garden Club. .
additions have been built is, of necessity, an elastic one, Mart held in December. There The Hospital Auxiliary and
I six foot Podocarpus, Viburn contingent upon the weatherand the club sells, for a nominal F- The Bouquet Garden Club. .
um, Ferjoa trees, end dwarf expansion of hospital facilities sum attractive decorations.The We are very pleased with
I Pittosporum have been moved Moreover the club wreaths, garlands and table the entries this year and hope COLOR TV
planted, or placed around the looks ahead in Its budgeting, cloths represent 1,250 women more clubs whose mews appears
front of the hospital and the aware that another major expansion .hours of concentrated work In the womeni sectionof
nurses' home. Ten oak trees Is planned and that financing which they believe gives pleasure the Daily News-Chief will
I .' were planted and all of them must be calculated to to many other people All ) compete next year the
I are growing meet new landscaping needs proceeds from this go toward award is based on actual service
100 Stokesla (of the aster A member of the club serveson the maintenance of the Winter to the community, and
family) were planted in front the Board of the Winter Haven Haven Hospital Grounds MR. AND MRS. PAUL A. SMITH the Judges are Impartial .
I of the John Snively wing Immediately Hospital to coordinate the In no way connected with the I
! behind the StokesU activities with the grounds committee paper or the organizations
chairman Couple Marks entering the competition.And .
! Good will and friendliness In while laurels are being
:I Florida and throughout the passed around many
su rramNEAT United States have been fostered should go to our lady photographer .. V
by placing flowers In the 64th Wedding Ruth Hand for a r r
rooms of patients who have couple of years now Ruth has r
been stranded here due to Occidents been snapping pictures of activities i
HUMIDITY, DUSTIN | or sudden Illness. For : around town, but rare f
YOUR HOME mer patients have said that the AnniversaryMr. ly are the tables turned .-
| message of "We care", represented today, they are. RUTH HAND
by red rotes or yellow x Ruth has become a favorite
s snapdragons, has been a sourceof and Mrs. Paul A. Smithof she's always smiling and they did not look natural .
strength when morale and Spring Lake Terrace celebrated In a good mood. At list that was soon solved .
spirits needed boost. Empathya their 64th wedding anniversary fall's press party, some of the many today look as naturalas n. AItOIIOItI..... aoldeencueDansehModer.st
(j healthy concern for others Sunday In the Florida local clubwomen saw her In the live ones then the \ $
prompts the numbers to Room of the Haven Hotel.A a dress for the first time and argument was that they don't .1w .bs 01 thdened w1It w
make flower arrangements for 1 'Ijv. mass arrangement of yellow remarked how pretty she smell like fresh ones now Seers and select .aeedweedsate'
those who have none, or perhaps roses centered the bay window looked they are used to that can be solved to .
have no visitors. At least 25 and the table centerpiecewas seeing her In clamdiggers. there Is now a new aerosol
N bouquets each week are distributed a long low arrangementof Actuallyq, they are more spray that puts a scent In QUALITY
among patients Id the yellow roses, white carnations practical for her she artificial flowers the perfumed CHASSIS L.rLIzIb'
wards. Office personnel and and gold jade. takes all kinds of pictures, spray In carnation,
nurses too are remembered la Mr. and Mrs. Smith are the and she would probably findIt rose and other floral fragrances ,ad.MII heedwaed .
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of Mrs. Corlnne S.Myers .
parents difficultto eb.de moo .
thoughtful manner. tlr t and Paul L. Smith: and more than a little Is designed to givea .epwatW..,...b lt,.
A desire to do more than climb around a wreck or long lasting natural scentto
the of Dr. Paul
merely stand behind Winter rr grandparents on top of a building with a fake posies. .
Myers of Winter Haven, C. and heels S e e :
dress high
Haven's adolsecenta prompted adonation Burton Jr. Lakeland QUALITY r iI
Myers ,
of $150 to be used for and Mrs. James Ryder of Masalllon So. posies to our Ruth In the "Something New" department -
.r landscaping at the football stadium. Ohio. (incidentally she took aO of the newest auto TUNER L.3-I
i The couple has seven the pictures appearing In to- seat cushion cools via forced (leper Gold Vidw read
Sponsoring Girl Scout Troop great grandchildren and one day's special Woman's World air circulating through it ease with gnatee piste.alabmyand .
issue .) It operates on a little electric elite.....tne
74 was continued this year and
INJO'l COOL.I great, great grandchild. e e e motor that plugs Into the car's ..........

Circle calendar now cigarette lighter .
I CLEAN, REfRESHING St. Elizabeths The shoe lace seems to be for May your USda that eve And a bath spray unit with 00
wIthill going the way of the rive-cent
COMfORt QUAUTY
I nine, at eight o'clock St.Joseph's self-cleaning brush Is for the
Circle Meets cigar the five-cent phone call School will precent dogs twisting the brush- CONSTRUCTION
and the buggy whip. A report
its fifth annual spring pro- head extends plastic bristles
( from the National Shoe Retailers pram this year, it is "The for scrubbing with suds Ne priat.d elml. N.ped.etiee .
) Association, at any rate, Indicates .......... Meea.peotw
Mrs. Jerome Klump, chairman MISS ANN BOND, left, and one of! the hoi). that more and more of rantabDes" and as always, after rinsing the bristles can with fealty.
made assignments for ..". .t a coffee In her honor Saturday, Mn, the new fall shoes for men are promises to be an outstandingevent. be retracted: and loose hair
MR' CONDITIONING car of the altar at St. Joaeph's E.;,L. Jonei.Many slipons.There. wiped off. 11/1; : l. ''t:, M il ,..
Church, which St. Elisabeth's 1 ,. > -,.. --. (I.., .,
Call u and Ut w pt'.mM Circle will/ have In May when 4t .'W'_1 .. .. ... .
the Carrier Air ConditionIng the group met at the home of Guests Enjoy Coffee Around The" Town;; !i : ;r UP TO $150
that will male a world Mrs. Jerry Fojtik 1 Trade-In Allowance .
of difference to your fam on your old set

on.ily's Low comfort down from payment this day Mrs.many Wayne of Nethers the new displayed items. Given In Honor Of Miss Bond New Residents Include Retired Teacher

easy wma.II'IIGUATION. which are now available at the SHOP ILSIWHIRI .
t ELICTXIC I ISIRVICg religious articles booth sponsored are a number of new Mrs. C. P. KlmbrouRh of lamer L. Lambert, airman, THEN COMI TO
CO.Cer. by the Guild and Mrs Miss Ann Bond popular Ellsworth David L. Ells residents settling in Winter Nashville Tenn. has been enjoying USN son of Mr and Mrs. G
Slith ft Av. t, S.W. Frank Okula presented an In- bride-elect was entertained worth J E. Frederick W. W. Haven, and among them is a a visit with her daughter V. Lambert. 735 Avenue 0, SW JohnsonAppliances
1-2141 structlve on therapyfor Saturday with a delightful Glddln,.. R. E. Gilbert Rob- retired teacher, Miss Emily Mrs Carmen Thomas and completed the Aviation Struct
program
shutlni. coffee given by Mrs Alcta ert C. Gilbert J. A. Greene Howard Miss Howard spent family. ural Mechanic Safety Equip.
-------- Cramer, Mrs. Sidney I.. Robert B. Hamilton Marshall six winters here,returning each ment Course earlier this monthat
Smith and Mrs,, E. L. Jones at Hampton summer to her home in upper Mr and Mrs. John Bolsnd the Naval Air Technical FR 2-1139
Mr. Trice Says the home of the latter on Lake Mesdames George E. Hardy New York. Florida finally won have returned from a weekend Training Center, Memphis, LAKE ALFREDSQUARE
: Cannon Drive. Elbert C. Hargrove C. V. out for the year-round and she trip to Miami and Nassau. Tenn.
Garden flowers In profusionwere Hsyman Joe K. Hays Jack has now purchased a permanent They were accompalned by Mr.
used In the decorationsof Herring, Carroll Hurst Phil home on Avenue E. NW. and Mrs. Perino Dearlng of 1
y the party rooms. Hutton, F. E. Irons, George Also from New York are Covington, Ga. and Mr. and
The dining room table was Kadel. L. P Klniey L. Lar. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bradford Mrs. Brooks Pennlngton of 1
centered with an arrangement son Delmar L. Lawson, R. C and two-year-old son. They are Madison Ga.
of white stock, snapdragons Lewis M. P Llddon. Carl now making their home on TIME
white roses and Looker Ronald McKlnnlsMesdamrs Orangewood SE. Mr. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sconyers Try In Winter Haven First
blue delphinium which car. P. R, Mthaf. Is with State Farm. spent Saturday In Orlando and
W.hav.THREE a tied out the bride.to.he's fey, Ed Marottl. Charles Daytona Beach. Where they at.
chosen colors. Meene, N. E. Miller Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bailey tended the weddings of two '
The Florida room woe enhanced Malcolm Peters, J. Walker have returned to their summer nieces. W-
HUNDRED with white and blue Pope, R D. Pope, K. R. homo In Ann Arbor, Mich. after .
en the table where punch Popham, George N. Pulley, spending the winter season Mr. and Mrs Period Dear-
was served.Miss C. II. Rsynor, J. 11. Reese, here. lag of Covington Ga. and Mr.
NEW Bond and her mother E. H. Schellenberg, W. V. and Mrs Brooks Pennlngton
Mrs B. J. Bond, each was Schock, R D. Seawall, Howard Mrs. C. L Speake has as her of Madison Ga. are leaving ,
presented with an orchid cor M. Smith, T. V. Snively, recent guest, her son Stanley later this week to return to the under-fashion
sage. Miss Bond also received John A. Snively Jr., It B, Wainwright, of Jacksonville their homes after a visit herewith p0
a gift In her sliver patern. Snively, Hughes Steele N. C.MR. the John Bolands.
Summer Dresses o oIts Assisting in serving were Mesdames Miles Storm that travels
light-
I Frank Brigham, Mrs. Arthur John Strlngfellow. Carroll Teeter and Mrs. C. E. Wlmberly Miss Mary Jane Evans a student t
I Thornton Mrs. J. K. Hays, Ralph P Thompson Ar and children: have moved to at the University of FlorIda
Whipped Creams, Dacron Polyester\ Amel Mrs. Beverly Connor. Mrs thur D. Thornton, L. ETrlckel. Winter Haven from Lakelandand has been spending the semester .
Ralph Chambers and Mrs William C VanCliefJr. are residing on Rowelawn break here with her parents wears right
Jerseys, Bembergs, and Pima Cottons John A. Snively Jr. .. M. K. Veldhuls. E. H. SW. Mr. Wimberly Is with Mr. and Mrs. John 0.
The guest list Included Mes- Wales John J. Walker Jr. North American Steel In Mul Evans.
dames B. J. Bond J. C Allen Irvin W Wander O R Way. berry. Mrs. J. Drysdale of Mossley
All At Tremendous Savings w. R. Ausley, Norman H. Anderson F W. Weniel. V. L Wise. Hill Liverpool, England is
C S. Ball Owen Bis- James M. Oliver Jr. John Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mine visiting here for six weeks st
sett, Earl Boooser Elsie Raior of Brandon Bobby have left for their former home the home of her daughter Mrs
Jr. Petite Sizes 5.13 Brakeman Clifford Branch. Wendham. Powell Ott. George In Missouri. J. L. K mm, and family.
Joseph Brandon, Alice Brey- Chatterton Beverly Connor
mann, F. E. Bright! Bessie Malcolm Pope Janet Seawall
Junior Sizes 5.15 E. Chambers. Ralph Chambers Laura Sue Snively Lavlnla MART
Earl Chance. Wilbur and Martha Elder. Miss Alice SHOE
Missci Sizes 8.20 Char ., Arthur K Cramer Inmsn.

Jr. FOR BRAND NAME SHOESAT
Half Sizes 12'/i-24Vi Mesdames Robert C Craw Mr. sad Mrs David Mills -

ford Dexter Daniels. Dexter have Just moved to Winter Haven DISCOUNT PRICES
Values To Daniel Jr. Robert Dtk..... from their former home hi
Florence Dory George J Ed. Dade City They are residing
$17.95NOW $999 .wards, V. H. Edwards D P M Sixth Street NE. e NATURALIZER THIII REGULAR PRICE i Yet wry. foil tv. whet. ens .,4wtfy
.il M ...." .
I RED CROSS SMS re $24.1 ens $ .eabieNew"
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Ladle, You Can't Afford To Pass I I RHYTHM STEP ; wah a ....,.100) hies.ieige.ri.a
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LIFE STRIDE OUR PRICE
Up These Terrific Savings. ,..1Ie.....". seeped a sa
PARADISE KITTENS pldl.. Lad sells weI

Wed. thru Sal. Only i MANDARINSTROYUNGS $297 I placed o due yw'a 'ow
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She Finds Beauty Everywhere. In The Trashwle! Gallop Club/ Is Planning/

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was Beauty the From the Trasb Is' ode down for a few weeks They .4 with clear ...... 6eleae.t tractive centerpiece so tultabls Hone Short For May 9th
intriguing for pnfruBpmented will retain their colon for Some time back, Jessie I became to tha .harvest season. Plant. are being tennnbladlor May .slim Pnwfe, Debbie
this i garden dub years Interested In Boondftggling. the Annual Gallop Qub ThornhtlL and Mn R K Her
Daniel winter, by Un Irby Me- Ta make ft ptctwe. the baa the beading of palmetto Jessie has a ball experimenting Horse Show to be .held.. hare In moa. Gas Committee Tommy
and nothing could doerlbt > a pteee af weed cut la fit .* and palm fronds, dating back with all kinds of thing Winter\ Naves an Saturday Hart Chairman; Bill Kirk Richard
it Now. she la interested in makme
more Mri McDtaial -
desired frame- cavers It with She has Tucker Tommy
Jessie to pioneer days May Mh at the Pea County King Jimmy
Dictum with fabrics
that to her trade, doss Jut material the. aaaily pets Irma achieved many interesting (designs to Riding Club ........ Thomas, Reggie Whilfhra,1QMatia
In match
fait, the new draperies and
she could probably the five and tea cent store and her favorite la a The Richard Huthcock
take a erumpM piece of and then bedspread in her bedroom The tpoaaan' mat with a committee
proceeds wWi her de- large palm frond which has Mike Adams, G eorR" 11 i
paper and make a thing of ..... She sketches .hi the bask been partially braided in this Her advice u. if you want to consisting of Jim. s cob,. Joey Norris. Kathy I'm.
of beauty from It. hoes, awl gees Ira there She manner She uses It at Thanksgiving do this kind of "work". Just get Okula Kay Harmon Tommy Suaan Wyllys and M.,irihaWetherlngton
Jessie it better known for her us.. a stapler to attach the with fruits and vegetables all the material you ran and Hart Susanne AMhrtd, Nancy ,
exquisite plaques fashioned of dried material (casually spray- It makes an unusually at then start Linda Dormoa, Kathy. Kendrick and Programs: Chairman, Curs
dried May.The
maferitls TbaM are Ma,; Jerry Lincoln. David EI:I IIts.
made from a variety of show will be all ,
( 1' '' an day David FWd, Wee ReranJeff
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grasses and teed pods she i f event beginning at nine a.m. Beaslay, Bill Doty ArnoldSaaajrn ; L a
collects along the wayside t and will featuring twenty. .four and Steve Owen Post I
whenever the happens classes something. for everyone en: Nancy Derman and Martha
to see them. Her husband and : Programs may be had by ...... Sponsors: Kathy
her friends and relatives do the : : railing Christine Hood CY S- Kendrick Class apoMtta will be
same thing Whenever they see TOU The committee plans to lilted on the official program
anything she might lit able to t have a judge for etch of the Exhibitors from the club will
tile they grab it up, and before I following divisions, saddle seat, be: Scotty Turnbull, Susan Snit CITY
long there Is another love r hunt seat and western These ely Christine Hood, Kay liar
ly wall hanging or table decoration will! be announced next week. moo Kathy Kendrick, Martha Jlwtuesq
There will be a silver trophyand Wetherlngton, Joan Humphrey
A vltH to the McDaniel home six ribbons for each class Avis Parsons, David Ellis, Otn TkrtIh N.W.
Is interesting. There are so / The following committees nls McKibben Susan Wyllys 313.0111
many gorgeous thing to see- save been set up: concessions Vlckey Eastman, Pat Jenkins
and the lady of the house made : chairmen, ,James Okuda and Kathy Etheridge
them. Her hsndiwcYk Is very and Kay Harmon, Robert
much In evidence but In a Deal Hart Patty Aldermia, Lee
and handsome way--never clut- T1j Bice Daa IItines Sally Cess-
tered. And everything was ler, Ronnie Owen, Sassaa
created for just a special place 8 a I v III I y, Suianne Aldred, Prices
Jessie says that In making Kathy Kendrick Nancy Dor Slashed
her flower pictures or nature man, Steve Kelnts Mary
plaques, that she gets all the Helya Begley, Avis Parsons,
material assembled and then 2 Reggie HWtehetd Faith
goes wild. She has made bun.dreds r COM, We Berry GaD Sasser,
and they are stretchedall .r Frances James, .Jane Welgert On ladies'
over the Southern states at Richard King, Mike Denmark -THONGSQUAUTY
special gifts the has made for ... Sara Jane Hart. Carolyn Hitchcock
friends and relatives if Rob Iloentkal and .
Patience Is required for workIng Chrlitlne Hood a a d Mrs \
with dried materials For ''J.fJ Ralph ttethertagfam Mrs. A. \
avacado loquat, guava, Eucalyptus 0. Parks and Susan Wyllys \ TRAPS
and other fresh materialsto will arrange for sandwiches .
be dried Jesse uses one pint Entries Mrs Elmo Hood IMPORTED ..
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of glycerin and two pints of ,.4 (Box 964)) Entries to be made LEATHERS .
water The materials are left In advance Suianne Aldred, ..
in this mixture for about three -- -- Johnny May, Charles Jameson, .. .SLIDES I
weeks. Depends, she says, on MRS. IRIY McDANIEL uses a variety of dried materials to create unusual, Cindy Newhall, Donnie Locke WIDE ARRAY .. .
how tender they were when Interesting and beautiful I pictures and wall plecquti and Patty McCarty Mri. OF COLORS ..
picked. The items should be Charles Jenkins chairman..
crushed. After they have been Ribbons and Trophy: Linda \
dried they are pliable and easyto Adolescent girls, the Jewelry "... ALL FROM OUR .. \
work with. Mod flowers, she Industry Council reports prefer ...
say, may also be dried for color. monogram pins preferably the REGULAR STOCK ...... ..) 88
$
These are picked when they size of a half dollar Sterlingor A
first open dried and hung up- gold-filled, please : New Arrivals HUNDREDS TO

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Saunders CHOOSE FROM
Now
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lets you and your family do better things k r daughter born at I:SS sin.
J Jtt yesterday In the Winter Haven

than washing dishes I Hospital i I. The baby Sal/fNowJ I
weighed seven pounds seven
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J A daughter, weighing seven Account at Yoar BolkLilldsey I S SSHOE

cl pounds, two and a half ounces, Fashion Headquarters .
., was born at 1:41: p m yesterday
In the local hospital to "
THIS PAIR of pictures are M,.. McDaniel'i Mr. and Mrs Dennis J. Albright SALON =;. .X"
favorite, The dried materials Include split okra
pods, wood taaiil burn wood
roses miniature
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CSPl04)OAtc6T ) thing. Feels It it ne challenge. The small one in A.
the cantor It of dried straw flowers In an heirloom .
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Many Projects Occupy Time Tuesday, P.April 9. 16 21, 1964



Of Bouquet Club MembersThe MOTETHIS

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Bouquet new garden. slabs
k has had a busy maay hour teaeb- .
year they ba .*.... of ..arII. -
much to the EMBLEM ;
an educational has helped ether
way the etty library .'
i The city's ., aeisa, and .
.
-, outstanding. .. ..up ef young pestle .
staged .by this ." to leara hrfspl- :

The aettte* by teaching them
Mayo AnOterhim. ,. ,;
uloua and this was also recponal
ever It's open to flower arrange identifies yourWELCOME :
luncheon to .. library two mo tb.
I very most chic year and made a WAGON
shown so that donation for new

II MRS. HOYT MRS. SEYMOUR MRS. JONES MRS. BASCHON MRS. DURRANCE at a glance library Members SPONSORS. !
wear to be giving programs .
Yati also being at the Wahneta .

Seven Are Pledged By Xi Gamma Chapter in ceeds the from civic this of the Bouquet Ii.of. prestlf in the :
.wTJ At Christmas eager to share i business and civic life of :
of gardening your community :
the club made
Seven young Winter Haven Mrs. Baachon stays busy with IBM section of the State Department
residents for every patient arranging with other tot information call i
nave been :
I
pledged and of .
and and AgricultureMra. t
her two daughters son, ter for .
Haven gave programs
i pinned by XI Gamma Chapter of McMahon ia a nativeof
her hobbles, sailing, swimming,
have contributed garden clubs: during
Beta Sigma Phi :
Sorority After
dancing and sewing Ocala and Will graduated from 294-2989
a slJt-monlha pledge training Mrs. Baschon's husband la high school there, after which leaping of the season a
period, they will become grounds. ., the group do
officially assistant to the Winter Haven she attended business college
: members of Beta Sigma Hospital administrator. The Mra. Charles (Sara)Corrtna, The garden to Raiford for rose
.
\ Phi Sorority, an organization Baachon family has resided In moved here from her native y. tributed to the to the Avon Park -
t." International in scope, and will Winter Haven for seven yeara. Tallahassee a year ago. She a permanent Center and one
It \1.\ti ., then received their Jeweled secretary for the city funds to aend
\ ,' ? ; Two of the new pledges are ia employed aa a ,
1PARS. plna. registered nurses. Mrs Cay the Department of Agricultureand To encourage : the state conserve -
Mre. Richard (Kay) Hoyt, (Joann) Durrance moved herea her husband la safety consultant of the members a summer session
moved to Winter Haven a year year ago from Miami. A for the Industrial Com -- --- -------
.' and a half ago from Jackson native of Opp, Ala., she movedto mission.
villa. Her husband la In the Cocoa at an early age and Mrs. mlD.'w. % Continuous Filament
claims department of State
from the high
was graduated .
Farm Insurance. Mrs. Cogglns la a t.ofTalJaha.aee
school there. She received her
Is
Mrs Hoyt la a native of Mt. nurse training at Alachua General High School and attended
Florida State University
Pleaaant Mich. and was ,
.1' I
and University
Hospital her Mri. Kern
Music and bridge are Carpet
I graduated from the high school
Hospital School of
of Florida
McMAHON there. She took her Bachelorof Nurslmr. one hobblea.daughter.She has one son and MRS. COGGINS ed Home president of.

Arts and Masters Degree, Mrs Durance spends the --- Lake Alfred
with a major in art and elementary
she baa from
extra time
away
ing held at the
education, from the University WEAR GUARANTEE *
her duties at the Winter Haven Mark Schuman
Circle Closes of Michigan In Ann Hospital and her three childrentwo Hospital News Sellers was -
Arbor. ( boys and one daughter),
Other! officer
Current Year The new sorority pledge la :
In bridge and loves
sewing,
now employed aa a socltl worker MONDAY'S ADMISSIONS N Stidham, Thomas J Weaver First vice of
Mrt L, V Wingate Jr. was for the State Welfare De dancing.Mr.. Durrance la a drug aales- Winter Ilavei Schuman; .. $ r 95
hostess to members of St. partment. She has a daughter, man for Lederle Labratorles. Mrs Myra Boozer, Master Waverly dent Mra Leroy ;
Bernadette'i Circle it Its Jut Barbara Jo, and her hobbles are Mrs. Larry (Ida) Seymour la David Foster, Master David Paul Aleck Ronald Baker retary-treasurer,
business discussion and the reading, sewing, cooking dancing also a registered nurse, and la Jouppl, Miss Janice Butler, Lakeland Siemer. New
group finished work on the and !knitting employed by Bond ellnc. Mill Elizabeth Motz Mrs Carl W. Bauer. installed at the Colors!
layettes they have been Mra. Paul(Sara)BaschonJr,, Mrs. Seymour, the former Joseph H Baker, Mrs. Den AnburndaleMri. Mri Duncan gQ
making for a minion in halls from Wilmington, N. C. Mill Ida Paullln, daughter of nis J. Albright, Mn ThomasW Louise Edwards and creed for !the YD.
North Carolina where aha received her elementary Mr. and Mra. L. C. Paullln Saunders, Mrs. Eunice E. Infant daughter, Jimmie C. Wilson The president ONLY U
urged
and high school education. of Winter Haven, la graduate Ilause, Joseph J. Pate, Mn Kelly, Mss Ethel Koford,
Those present Mesdames She attended American University tend the County
were
of Winter Haven High School
Ralph McAlister, Chester S. Baby Stacy L. Parramore,
i Wlngate, NI 1 east t, in Washington, D. C. and and Grady Memorial School of ing in Bartow
Bobet George Boucher, Mrs.George Miss Margaret Revell, Mri.
and asked
George Boucher Jr., Vincent the University of North CarolinaIn a m ,
Nursing, Atlanta, Ga.
i R. Ford, Mrs. Carnell Robert E. Smith and infant
covered dish for
Chapel fUn where she
DiLorenzo and John Martini. majored he ia
The (
Seymoun employed
.\ in sociology and psychology.Her with the State Departmentof Bruce. Herman W Mott, MissAlexa daughter Andrew Snlr eon.
Farlnella, Mm Virginia Haines City
collegiate sorority la Phi Agriculture), have two sons Achievement
SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN Mu.gyp. Mra. her Giddmga, Mrs. Pearl Hart, Mm Judy Ann Knight was discussed M.a.
.. ... Seymour spends
iIk
,, t'
.r: "'!W:.&-py,916'iIaMIMMNIMMr'Y"i spare time In oil painting and Johnny H Connor Mrs. GeneS were asked to I CY 1.4111e
flower arranging Wile, William II. Stanley, 8 work and a .
Mrs Jack (Nancy) Jones, la Mrs. Bernice Peterson, Clarence 'Intelnational how t l me," Mra Ruth
alao an artists and concentrates Young. with Don Ameche aa host has Agent showed :JI :
on portraits using pastels, and Clarkivllle, Ga. become a fixture at NBC on cussed "Food
i some oil. She la also an avid Mra James W Wikle. Friday nights The network mil The May
musician, and playa the piano. Eagle Lake send it Into Us fourth seasonin at the Lake
> I; The Jonea family, which in- Master Johnny Feagtn, Virgil the till :Mn Frank G
I etudes two daughters, has resided "al. .
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here for a year and a hair. Wnej7MJI'r I
1 Mr. Jones la a salesman for .
Kenneth H Murphy.Hslnet
t
< Belknap Hardware Company of
City
Kentucky.
Ronald Robinson
Mrs Jones ta a native of
Aobumdale
Clarksvllle, Term. She was
graduated from the Murray,Ky. Mrs David I C. White,
High School and received her James J. Hargrovea, Mrs W.
> Bachelor of Science degree with G. Oswald, Mn. James H ICENTURA'a
a history major, from Murray Harper
State College. Her college Bartow
sorority Alpha Sigma Alpha Ben D Balding
t Bookkeeping for Commercial Avon Park

Carriers Mra. Ed (Wanda takea )up McMahon.the days The of John W. CurryMONDAY'S DISMISSALS. TABLEWARE-FIRST FINE CERAMIC TABLE SERVICE WITH NO BREAKAGE WORRY

I real of the time she spends to Winter Haven
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.... at Mrs. Claude Williams. Miss RoMlte Emry sttondug Mrs. Brads were I( .being taD Is the bMfht 01 .ta bold and yet you dd t comer of the eye tilting the line tens sad tiny ..... bill don't '., cup sliced sweet iherklna Italian hero I loll. split Spread
T.. program vis divided into Blackman Mrs. your life sad you ere autism. woo a fcuby .hairdo osther.Tow upward Use mascara on both lo to !Uw other extreme and with luncheon meat two tarts with Mrs. Slots .preMtss Stole, Mrs. Bill Hartman Crlstsr, Mrs.Mrs. od of your .heigh:, stop right hair mat always look soft upper and lower I....... choose baa pattonu .yours U cat.lut In I K Vlnch piece i of each roll Neat rolls If desired .
g vocations tor girls and Helen Eddy, Mrs. Alvu Kobtk DOW! Throw beck your shoulder fs>4 ......' shoulder Icaathhair .Loom M waft, sat lad stood the middle eMirs on 4 skrweni. Broil 3 to 4 Inches Serve kabobs on rolls
Mr*. Bartman discussing voca- and Mrs. Williams stand straight sad lust Is beet lee jroa. If your ..*.....,. Week .. freut of a I. Wear dw.ses vtth wide from !source of host. or cook on Srrvet four
head b .mall hair miner soil you Master a graceful collars ... the
tsmtltl -- think of an ths beautiful tall wear your or soane si
slender models. who accept the out at Ue tides te add width, easy maser W flat .Into sde neckline, to avoid .tke. "long "" 1111111111111," j 16'"4.14 .. "UJ4JJ IJ4j Uf
fad of tttir height happilyThese and tMek at the beck to fhredefk. t of a eb*. Remember te necked" lac*. For All
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WESTINGHOUSEINSTANTON successful girls would If your head Is too large keep your ,...... workjejig" eves 6 Don't wear skirts that are AfM
never think of dumping or for your franc, wear your hear as 1M aIL Learn to enter a too short because they com
shrinking into the nearest chair else to your bead av.Wiogmasses room, cross M, move) ..... that way, nor way too. long DISTINCTIVE GIFTSPlacemats
TV OF COURSE! when they enter a room. Neither of csrh. Never never from group' .. group, and *. ett because your (legs are long
INSTANT PICTURE INSTANT SOUND should you. for stooping will\ wear your hair oa top of year lip with seal tWi.,,". Find the flatterini. .takftn and
only draw unfavorable attention head or wear those cfevrr Moat department stores and keep It that way, regardless of .
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sad disfigure the s&ouMen and false hair pieces ea top. do speciality shops carry a com fashion. eaeotoaT .
@ EXCLUSIVE ctJARANTtIS @ hips So If you find that you nothing that will add height pkrte line of proportioned''to fit The use of color to a wonderful Corning Ware
have been slumping lately get U your neck Is long, dress clothes for the tall girl, in every way to create font rut Sets
out of the habit right away and year .hair fairly low, especially sise and every age group Now and break the vertsHl line. Peppermill
1 YEAR 1 YEAR stand tall to be sd mired. behind the ears where the long the teenage girl can dress juet Wear a belt tat Is a different
s. "Being tall is not sU: problems tarn look Is hardest on a woman. like her friends There are color from your drew or a GONDOLA SERVING BASKETS
hws surd ." Says pretty Vfck! deOnIUvl. many ways the tall girl can Meuee that contrasU with Ms HERBARY GARDEN LUXURY HANGERS
Igl.a.al.m LeI erG. .. Winter Haven High Since every feature In a tall make herself more attractive skirt Avoid a nvonochrono "4-
o.... 169.95 ......... school student, "I've always girls face should be made to Here are a few ways listed be feat by adding a alight Mouse TV TABLE SETS
0. An ..I t- loved being tall there are ao stand out special attention It low.I.. to a dark ikirtt .
Dee.1tc1le4 1..0. many advsntsgea. We can needed In applying make-up The tall girl looks best In Separates are a boon to
gym
Circuitlesrd r ? 'lY'y see over the heads of crowd, Eyes must appear large and simple styles with good lines tall girl They are very becoming Let Us Mail Your Gifts
and easily be located In a lips generous. Use a lip.tjckbru.h I Avoid long handled thin and economical, for
crowded plsee We can reach to fill lips out U they bags, and carrying umbrellasfor with a small selection of skirts For Mother's Day EarlyA
things on high shelves, and are too thin or small If eyes' show plus contrasting blouses and
breathe in crowded roomi" A sro small draw a line with the S. Make sure your sleevesare sweaters, you can dress well
19" PORTABLE WIDE SELECTION Of GIFTS $1.00 &
MODEL HO. rn tall girl wears her clothes well eyebrow pencil across the upper long enough and that your I. Your hats must have a 'p
too, provided her posture U lid ai near the lashes at waistline Is In Its proper place medium aloe brim soft be.
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"." STATIC-MII FM SPIAKII. Most tall girl are naturally big enough to balance with Homemakers Nook
COME IN AND SH OUI SELECTION Of good danceri They are graceful the real of your body. Don't
APPLIANCES AT have more freedom of stride w forget a medium heel on your
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Your Child The letteftt More Recipes :

of. 'I

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Merry Moppets Kindergarten available LUICIOUI following recipe ire the always annual L

CY 3-3352 or CY 4.1UO Orange Dessert Content ,
The bake-off was held here .J., Maico Hearing Aid ServiceAnderson
-- this past weekend in Nora .,
Mayo Auditorium by the FlorIda Drug Store Winter Haven
1 I Citrus Commission, and .'i" Mr. G. C. Hearn, Consultant-Thursdays. 9 to 12
winning recipes: will be pre Batteries Accessories Repair Service
D sainted In newspapers across I....- \l MAIN OFFICI- II W. KM De...,.we Ortari
'm the country In weeks to come .
Here are two from the finals
NUTTY ORANGE DELIGHT
2 or t Temple Oranges, rind k ; .. "
grated 1 cup Pulp and Juke ;\\I' :\ : l '
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WAVE SPECIAL 1 cup Pulp and JuiceS .
tablespoons Butter 4' "... \ .I l ftJ ..
*4 cup Sugar ,\ .. e,.. .,. f '/ ,. ,
Regular Price /0 4 Eggs ., :.. .ttI'.d I MOTHER'SDAY ':
$12.50 4 tablespoons Flour U J., a.
7 Vi Mi teaspoon Milk Silt COFFEE PLANNERS- + .

NOW ft Cup cup Chopped Pecan Meats Five members of the Naomi Circle of Grace Lutheran Church <
1. Grate rind of 2 Temple oranges enjoy coffee while planning one. They are discussing plans forth MASTERPIECE" 1,,
LIMITED TIME ONLY Cut oranges In half and annual May Day Friendship Coffee of Grace Lutheran Church .1 ,
Creative Hair; Stylesj scoop out sections and squeeze which will be held Friday In the Parish Hall at 9:30 '.m. Left to
juice to make one cup, set right are Mrs. Hans Skovlund, Mrs. Martin Neilsen, a visitor from ONLY $7.50. h .> ,j
acids LaGrange, III. Mrs Martin Halabrin Jr., chairman, Mrs. David ..)
1&ade: 2. In large bowl, cream together Wright Jr. and Mrs. Hugo Jeck.t.dt.I '"'}
j BEAUTY SALON butter and sugar

r 3. Separate eggs Beat egg : 'i / 'W'''''' .'w' .w. ..,:'.:;.:<. KS annual Benefit Card party, Remember mother and wife w fiJIflw1.J.M1y; : 10
ACROSS FROM THE RITZ yolks and add to butter and I This is always wonderfully supported Pink carnations and white pompons will cl'ffctither on
.ENTRAL AVE.,
sugar Hospital Auxiliary's Gift Shop I; by the community and Mother's Day In a milk glass\ vane, Just 17.50 delivered
lilt and milk
Hour
Add
Phone 293-6291 Beat 4. well !, |: proceeds are used for continuing anywhere locally-.standard handling charges added for
projects or toward equipmentfor out-of-town orders.See
ft, Stir In orange juice, pulp the hospital. this dainty arrangement and many other In the
and rind, and chopped pecan Aids: Patients And Visitors 1964 Flowert-by-WIrt Selection Guide. We
II, Fold In stiffly beaten egg : have a colorful selection of Mother's Day
QUICKIE
whites The Winter Haven Hospital ty Ban was as always this past NEW YORK -Heres a corsages and flowering plants,too,Stop In soon! .
1. Pour In Urge Pyre baking
Auxiliary has bad a auccessful year a huge success The Roman quickie double-decker chicken
dish and place in pan of under the leadership Holiday theme added sandwich recipe. Remember thou out of town with powars/ -bywk,:
hot water Bake at 325 degrees of Mrs year H L. Dugger greatly to the enjoyment of the Make 8 pancaK-s according so easy, so thoughtful, so beautifully rece/rerf.
for 1 hour. At last, a long time dream capacity crowd attending while to directions on a package of
8, Cool, then refrigerate. the at the same time filling the cof J
v4 was realized during year mix. Put the pancakes together
lIew s ttingwQQ Serve cold.COOKIES' that being, a gift ahop In the fern so that another much need sandwich style with hot chicken 1. 9rovvi'
for time ed Islotte Incubator could be .
mob hospital Except a part slices Top with hot chicken
( 90Ukoud ORANGE DATE DIAMONDS paid worker, Auxiliary members purchased The Incubator was sauce made by combining and
Granulated fir" ,:: 514 First N. Next to Hospital
N % cup Sugar donate their time working presented to the hospital January heating one 10 I a ounce can con-
f to u'ca\} V4 cup SeIl.RI.ln, Flour In and for the gift shop All decreed cream n* ,.tuiiicen soup CY 3-3118 All Hoursfr"tifl
toon V4 teaspoon Salt proceeds are used to finance In March the Auxiliary held with '4 cup mill Serves four
youK diamondsOutmoded 1I/ ounce can Frozen Or. Auxiliary projects.
ange Concentrate Pinky Puppets are a special
o V cup Water love of the Auxiliary. These
o 1- diamond rings 1H Cup Chopped Pitted Dates hand puppets are made by the
tOOt) that spend their days in a Vi cup Chopped English women In the Auxiliary and
o vault hive no value what.ever Walnuts. presented to each child that enters .
c the hospital as a patient
Enjoy the beauty of IVi cups qulckcooklng rolled During the past year, 1,065 were
your diamonds "Oll'! Let Osts given {)
14 cup Self.Rlllnl Floury Another popular project of the
tell how little
e) us you it will Brown
I cup Sugary
Auxiliary Is taken care of by
COM to remount them in teaspoon Salt the tray favor committee Tray
Arm a modern, tafe setting. % cup Margarine favors are"given to each childIn
Method: Combine granulated 1
the hospital on all holdiays
sugar, V4 cup flour, andV The baby picture service on I 1I
teaspoon salt; blend In orange the maternity floor at the hospital
concentrate Add dates; la also sponsored by the
a : ea bring to boll, and cook, stirring Hospital Auxiliary. This enables
constantly until thick (Ito new mothers to have an earlypictucg .
9 minutes)) Add walnuts their if .
.of baby they so
w.wtuthe .Ieee4 svsr tIY.... In, !i separate. bowl, combine J desiref.. ".," ..; *' ,ray w6I r r _
| t.rdev: '.fttIHeII. I remaining dry Ingredients; The AuiIliary Is very proudof e
Menlne'.' MOT 24.; cut in margarine till crumbly its\flay therapy program for 4
\ JEWELER a SILVERSMITH Pat H of oltme.I'mlxture inungreased the children who are patient
131 2nd St., N.W. 12x9x2 Inch pan la the hospital The Ancillary _
Spread with orange-date filing
maintains a play room en the
Cover with remaining oat. Pediatrics floor and keeps It
well stocked with toys. Almost
every day an Auxiliary mem ,
SHt0 ber, who Is also a qualified w
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tn9 teacher, spend some time with
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totyPPP things, supervising their play
Fa and giving them something to
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She Ha Much To DoGod's ? .. MHM BMBPMr.
Guild Members
.&, and lira. Jim Laator are

Make Dressings Many Gifts Inspires Local ArtistThe 4. here spring! from vacation Atlanta visit, Ga with. for their a

I d on (hair parents, Mr. dad Mrs James
project making cancer pads lament of many retired'' and Andy This is because of her
Mr and Mrs
A Abernethy!
and dressings. People II -Dot love for children and they
when St. Mon enough to do. are p
Ie.'. Circle met te Pr Aadar.mm With a few a., -too ......- the children's favorites I his masters degree at
Hall with Mrs. John Ltleras with Mary and William Dean This talented woman teaches yr Fmory University
hostess. Mrs o R. Me it's the. latter with the added classes for children and adultsTo _
Duff, chairman, announcedthat word*.' and not enough hours encourage children with artistic
114 dozen cancer pad and in the day" abilities and foster their !
dressings have been turned This is especially true of Mrs Interest in art. she exhibit theirwork Coleof
over to the cancer society Dean, for each day she sees whenever possible. real
by the group since Fall more beauty in everything islng the importance in the nognitloo ', California
Plans were made for the around her, and discovers more they receive And .
presentation of a program on ways to put her God.given art number of talented childi en _
American Catholic Etiquette: \ talent to work for the enjoy without the funds for art It., r.r
Tuesday night at the CtaiM ment of others sons have benefited from Mr a
meeting when the group will Mary Dean bit been painting Dean's generosity.
be in charge of the program ever since she was old enoughto As fascinating as her paintings .
and will serve<< ai hostess hold a brush, At the age of are the many interesting ,
for the evening. MM McDuff fourteen, she started giving art items fashioned of gourds which
presented a short spiritual lessons, although she had Mrs Dean has created Regard ) '
program while members were never had any herself Later less of the shape of the gourd t 4
working on their project she received a scholarship (be she Immediately thinks of something
Those present were Me- cause of her great ability In It will look like with a R
dames: McDuff, Lalor. Sam the<< use of color), to the Minneapolis bit of cleaning and paint
DeVito, Elizabeth DuCharme Art Institute. Mrs Dean baa been interested e )
Pierre Jutras William Lalor, The Dean home ls really a in gourds since she childhood
James Lunney, Alice Irwin studio The wan are literally In her adult life, the started ; si
and a guest Mrs Joe Webster covered with over three bun- growing gourds representative .
dred of Mrs. Dean's paintingsand of many foreign countries c\u\
ether objects she kai and had her own shop al
ThriftiestFRIGIDAIRE created from gourds. She uses In Minnesota featuring many
water colon, oil and pastels intriguing designs When she
Her paintings are all realls- and her husband moved to Florid
tk.-so much so. they seem to *, they brought with them y i
Mobile come alive vender her deft gourds. .k 1 A QUIET CORNER --a appropriate
stroke She doesnt like abstracts Mr. Dean prepares the gourdsfor title for this painting one of the most Impressiveof 1
Dishwasher and wouldn't waste her decorations and Mrs Dean Mary Dean's collection. The open Bibles, the e
lime on them turn them into fanciful and delightful sun streaming through the window and the beautyof
Mrs Dean's favorite paintInga accessories which i nature create a soothing atmosphere" .
'- -
I.. are really of Raggady Ann delight the hearts of any age BELOVED RggldyAl ; and Andy Mrs, {

Dn pictured' ,in her studio with" two of her verycolodai
I.l I paintings. The studio was designed with
l NDw children 'In mind and each and every one of her St. Joseph Circles Events
STt students (including adults), love It.
... Circle composing $to
Joseph1 Guild of St. Jos.ph'a
Catholic church held their April
netting recently ClrcU chairmen r
SANITIZE1iVOUR 4r opened their m..tlnr.wttll ( ,
a prayer followed by business

k sessions Reports. were given on the ( I
DISHES! r March meeting of the Guild and
on the spring meeting of the
West Coast Deanery. It was so-
t bounced that next Sunday,wouldbe PRINOBBBNBPITS
corpora com munlon Sunday
for Guild member at the .
e Ideal for working girls, 9 o'clock M.... Braakfaat will

couples small families d. follow members at the of Haven the Hotel Catholic and a ahifty companion ofrlth

e Your dishes com out much Woman' club have been Invited
tits a texture*! cotton
cleaner more sanitary to participate. Those planningto
than washing by handle attend have been asked to trimmrd with awlngy
make reservation with Mrs
Rod to sink and cupboard O. R. McDuff. Coat will be$1.45 fringe Cool slithery
-stores almost anywhere.APPLIANCES. r n each
f e: The Annual banquet will be shape with cap sleeves
I. e s held in May at the Lake Region
1 Yacht and Country Club and and jxx-ket patchedlow
I59HAVEN e circle chairman requested that
e 1 telephone committees have ran Natural only
orvatlona In
member '..ebt.arnv\\ to 616 1500
attend the annual dloraaan connamtlon -
ot the SW AucusttiM TV.IIQ7 .
Council of.CatooIto, woman
'MRS. DEAN vied grey velvet for bate;orjhis s A FEW of trie hundreds of whimsical' and wtilcn wmbebcldatLKMHeaeh" ,.
painting at Cypress Gardens One observer"said decorative items crtated from gourd by Mrs Wins BarnesIs Daraaola, May U U,. and U. 1
'in her opinion it wi the mast realistic she Sad Dean The clown would delight anyone, and are HostessTo
ever sn of the gardens. That 'it Is even more favorite subject of painting by the children" Mrs Put a rubber; tip over the alp"
229 W. CENTRAL natural than photographs, since there it a greater Dean instructs, The penguins see a winsome" pair, Circle head of an Iron hammer to
233012 softness, even in the brilliant colors and Red Riding Hood looks ai though she just make I handy rubber mallet I Sl.th St., N.W.You'll .

the of tale. The Mrs Wilbur Darntawasho*.
She has been so busy lately stepped from pages a fairy vase
however her gourd work has Is a useful as wall as d.corative one, and the flamlngos less recently to member of St.
r '
Thro.. circle ar8t.Joaepb"Churcil. *
gone lacking are intriguing Mr. Amltl Brown Golf
T* visit Mary Dean makes chairman, oonduct the bust.nuns Enjoy
e. s else a little eihsnsted real Mrs. Alice Coogan, school session, at which dm It
y king all the work she does nurse.teacher at the East
Circle was announced that clrcl member -
St. Ritas
vif m and It Inspires one lo wait to School Long Beach N.Y.. has had eompleted eighteen Even More in Hush Puppies
o create at least a facsimile of been appointed to the Sub.Committee pair of alipptrt for lady
this artist d aJl'". It would Mr. Katherine Beatrice wa* on Supervision of the patients In a real home
f 4r also make an elder person, who hostess to member of St.Rlla'a American School Health AssoclIstion The year activities wen
complains *f basing nothing Circle recently at the Sun'n Ski for the current year, by discussed and tire Barnes an
to da, feel more than a little Motel Dr. relchtner Chief of the nounced that the diocesan r*.
pihamed. Very few have latent Mrs. C. A, Hydron chairman, Health Service, New York Stat treat for women will be held In
such at Mary Dean, but there thanked circle member for Department of Education Al June 1
are many things every one ta* their cooperation during the ban,. N.Y and President of the Member prevent war Me*.
do. A visit should certainly pact year.Mrs. Amrlclllllulthkbool) Asa dam. Barn., Drown, thel
Inspire en* to st lead get basy J. 1'. Lawior displayed elation. Mr. Cougars I* motherof rile, Herman Grand and
and do something worthwhile.. the clrcU' scrapbook on the Mr Gerald Boors tTtl Mth Crneci: Reynolds,

Circle Sends Ecumlcsl council: which .he hat Street NW!.Winter. .Haven, __.__._&&._. ..w.Yout .
been keeping up to date. Two

Bandages ToLeprosarium recent I article "The were read Catholic anddlaeuaatdt Puller Brush Dealer AL

Church Battle Ice Old Guard"
and "The Decree Parmlts More FULSOL HOUSEHOLD DIORIASU f ,

Mrs, Ames Blxenman presided English". The group held dls- Put FuUol to work on cleaning sieves,
4j It. I ; -. over the meeting of St. evasion on the meaning of the
Thomas Aquinas Circle which council to the Individual Cater" pots and pant, rottri grills *te.
was held at the home of Mrs ollc. No hard scrubbing necessary.
7' iIJ1 Hsrlaa Newton Member attending war :n (feet' tats if 001 md sty
Mr Phil CutJemi read t Mesdames: Hydron Beatrice !tulle, SralalaM. Steel l I ire made< of DreithirtaitrthiO
Spaagas thor Hu:" Puppies!)
Pupptw gun
letter of (thank from a I lep briar Robert Huff Roy Smith, .,
rosarium\ In Taaganlka for a and Frank Croaa. do the heavy work for ( piihinnjtur* > unit' in III" "i' reed: luther Hush
shipment of bandage which you. PuopiM, have Cushion crept sties they to it' 'fipillint
some of the members of the They rtmt toil, dirt' ind stems" And they dun up quick

group have knitted. She an Stead WtariiuU was bom THI SIT ..,. 3JI Tolls unit HUSH' eiAUii with, brisk, Drinhmf/ Get Hwrt Puppies' gill' shoe,
nounced that a shipment of from the University of Floridafor
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Tuesday April 2t. IU4 Pag 20
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Lovely CaahlOM Vn f|)'ln"
n Hun's will be *hOfi Tt>Hrl )
while ladles invu.4 t.o f\r'l\ M
Hirer Finance Foru",, allOpeof'
eli by the AmerliJ'-tIOnl't ,.,
1'I Banks are enjoying 11chvot
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at the Lake Report whAt UCI ,
Country Club, as fy'ii/ of the h {
banks
Fashion designed trJ rusty r. 235 W. Central Ave.
kind of summer eV/V\ MO by
shown under the 4.otlott of

Mr*. Beverly Ervtn. ... \-_ ..
Model will be V"I plink ( / .. ,",
.u V Arnall, Mr*. RobI\-< CI-JIIQr'- "f
Mr. Glen Hicks, Mf. jlyntets I 13. -.)
Jackson, Mrs Bo\, kJt| %\ t ', "
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Mr. "
Mr* Richard KlnMv
George H. Kendrl' %. jfrl! 1*.
Ctrl Knorr, Mr*. Yea f f.. t*<>*
.I' nor, Mr. Jack M. fc/rrf, Mr*. .ality
1 ; C. O. Spencer Jr.. MrR. Carl is notexpensive.
--..-- Stranjr, Mr*. Zed Bbd LMr l '.
WHO SAYS MONEY DOESN'T GROW ON TREES Welt, artificial money Tom Taylor, Mr*.'tib \lkJt\I
anywayl! Mrs Roy Summerlin, Mrs A. G. Hancock and Mrs. Andrew Ireland, left Mrs Dorothy W..,,,(. ...
director
Mrs. William Elton,
clever tress to b. used at luncheon at the
to right, are creating money Thursday's of the forum.IIUII
Lake Region Yacht and Country Club. Two hundr.d ladi.s have been invited by the luncheon will be s.fyd \.0r mU it's priceless!
American National Bank to the event which will b. followed by a finance forum. ly at 1230.: F&llItd"Ill p,
shown during the Av"IIt, sod

Piano Auditions Will Start On Friday address afterward of the banking, three group; I Ab4re Vi< orlouephases Wnl .u'll find qualityhere..reasonably


The Auburndale Center of the pianist and teacher of piano In ground of association with the
National Guild of Piano Bay town, Tex. will be the adJudicator National Piano Guild Circle Mugs
Teacher Audition will open with Mrs. Ruth Bacon She was graduated from Har-
I at the Auburndale Municipal Lockmlller, chairman and Mrs. din-Simmons University receiving Member of S\, c:4cI1ta'::
Building on Friday. Mr. Ray Connie Zacher, Monitor the Bachelor of Music circle reviewed tyAlr y_\r'a CHIC AND CHARMINGMn -
L. Spear, an accomplished Mr*. Spear has a full beck- degree with piano major. She work and then enj M 4 i OtI'I !
o Is now a piano teacher In Bay hour when they mel M tI', \)JII.of R. E. Gilmore, left, and Mrs. L Carl priced
town and 1* active In musical Mr. Jackson V. fc A Mr. Knorr ar. among th% models" who will wear
GLAMOROUS activities in that area. Robert Schneider, t""ltl\\.II." summer fashions from Rh.mauers Thursday
Over one hundred piano student thanked the croup 1t.)1'11 *c- at the finance forum and luncheon being
are entered In the Au- compllshments. held by the American National links at the
for MOM burndale Center Local Those attending *'.A Mel Lad. Region Yacht and Country Club. Mrs.
teachers who have entered their dame Schneider f..A A WoMarchettl
pupil are Mr, Ruth Gould and H. M} C/Ii; jr., Gilmore ii wearing hers a peome pink two-
Ml** Mardell Smith. Pupil Arthur Pobjecky ,1'\4\ Armor piece! knit suit with a great modified cowl
from the classes of Mr*. W. B Bujjierrl neckline Mrs. Knorr ft wearing a whit
Harrison and Miss Battle Mark cotton and dacron coat over a matching
M of Lakeland and those of Mr*. To conserve fod4 A\Jttjttlt.\ dr....
LockmlUer will also audition during cooking, Vrt& the lid o
Aadltlons are conducted tight, home econOlphhl IQVIse.
privately and each student I* A lid that fits M'WV krevepta
graded on his or her own merit team from escap\,,t *n<* pr. .
of achievement not In a competitive mitt cooking wltl\ A nlmtun
elmlnatlon. of water e
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Junior Women Add Two More 'A 5 S 03


of Winter HavenThe

ORANGE WHITE '1)! Community Projects To list

TURQUOISE -
$7yedvrtcit'el The Junior Woman's Club program will IV l"io A\ll
added two community projectsto swing In the fall
It* already heavy schedule Among the fund rtlA" proj j'
this past year lets of the )'lIrf*' S u v.l'i>'
The first of the two, both to tine Ball In Febr\,*? to \nlch
I be continuing! projects I.I *ervIng the penile was iiVW/ fhl H
8Y NIT AIKKII t a* counselor! each week to be an annual jtf.'\>. Specialized _Job of Savings and Loan Associations
at the Winter Haven Girl Club.
Support I Is "V! tlth
OTHER STYLES IN WHITE OR GOLD $7 to SI year
Mrs Clay D. HlghtowerGirl
In Winter Have a. "', tetl"
'i Club director worked work Guild. t1" j t y d Putd. ,
with the club to establish a Tbanksflvlagtarded .biytytf' 1 .re.
STURDY
for the Youngsters schedule, and classes are beIn1 child an4 m *iiiiiilChrltUmai
taught In Spanish and sew petty )t" wet\ tor
In T Various crafts are used as the realdfDts ef f '\1tt", *"t
medlunu In teaching the girl ,,.,Id... thedeeeratlons eekr/Qinesest, / ,
to make articles Night classes and fafrlshreehll' '
for the teenage girls cover a:1:Iphases for the Y.lUde b1,h,_ lI.ft1.
of good and
grooming
The Club alsoAoptOry, the
proper conduct of a young lady Phllo Club, a high.' -cllllol( gifl
The Junior Woman Clubmembers
service club. The Vp' composed
|I'
feel that the aid and
of Juniors a, iq f fifar in
,
service hours spent at the Girls
nigh school whose .IIb) Is to
I Club worth little extra
are a
render service to apt \hooi and :
.with the PR ACT N effort due to the Importance In. community. Through t 'ism span. ii
and the toward
aiding guiding girl
.
sor, the Philo CIh> ( adapted -
S'la dyle.defSolesCOMFORT future endeavoraThe ,
of
one of the pr-c'ec\) the
second project adopted senior group, th\( f)1( rending
7. of ffoyCttsfa'onasofaPU.t.t thla year ha bee the Dental toys gifts and l"'fCo.t" to Surt -I ji ,
Clinic. Actually, It was the re- .
land Retarded
both the klddl.a end tti.lr ectabUshment, a project car Training Sfh'Nil lot
tor temcl lit ChildrenThe .
moth.nl Adluotlbll| vimpt .
BROWN, WHITC. TAN, RED tied en by the club from WIST
Celani
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when dental bill for chll- Junior Woin.\j1)*tlub ha .r
.." I IROWN OR WHITI all Fe \n''
then, whose parent were usable supported / "n projects
+ .. /p ,
Slid 4 I-IHttell to pay, recommended ai well as fV\nVW\ SO
"'" ," -IffOCtVU through its school nurse, tile much to the comVmt* lit Winter 1 t

44M.; KIDDIE SANDALS welfare Board .f Polk County Haven
Health Department, were laid The motto of \V \|ult II:
by club fund. "Give of your UjC. *, your energy .
REE BEE'S SHOE BOX"WHERE The new Dental Clinic Is to your pe" n,lit/' 'nd Jw- niia
be a more complete service your devotion 1 tc song hyine,
Transportation has already your church aatJ J your\ corn
FASHION SPEAKS WITH AUTHORITY" been provided In mm eases munlty; be a \ftKfion\
The club the create a better Aori1, Make
222 W. CENTRAL WINTER HAVEN adopted projectand
then had to raise funds. I better nation, t>"mu\( bttrworld GET MOTHER A BRIGHT
Open Friday Evening 'til I PM Details will be worked out during through :.UAWQKKHembrrs ."' ,
the month and the take It lit Uy
summer <
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NEW KITCHEN NOW!
Just Arrived



Rates on home Improvement loans of any kind
A Solid Carload of Famous Stratford

are reasonable and we have money available


that will put a modern kitchen In your home in

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atsdCHAIRS convenient. and take plenty of time.

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