Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00102
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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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Partly steely THCWtATHtR wWi eaMer.d showers" Winter Haven Daily, NewsChlt> .Of) Of 100 Trw uk World.

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south and touthweit winds i to I 11 mile ::L. i In The News-Chi.f"

pr hour. VOL. 53-No 181 WINTER HAVEN, FLgRIQA I(:) WEDNESDAY,, APRIL 29. 1964 PRICE FIVE CE 7I \


et sty E, ;a', 11'fi Haven Banker's Cup Goes

y To Rynerson For 3rd Time

T fit

Scranton Wins S y lift. Editor Gets

L fi 5t t Home State PermanentHold


RCANDIDATESCounty So Does LodgeBy On Trophy


i William E Ryneraon, editor
Vetted Press laterpttenq"
and publisher of the Winter
Two unannounced! R '"
Haven Dally News-Chief, became
prospects Ambassador--
the third In local
ry abot; Lodge and "'11- person
history to win the Bankers
liam Scranton rolled to
slit Dip three times last night at
presalve home state
Vm'fJ.Ictoriea the annual banquet of the
today in Mkreacltu, ;
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Chamber of Commerce
tetta and
School Superintendent Shelley Boon., right, who it running the Democratic Me! of Since the annual award for

for reelection, talks to Seth McKeel, who ii runninagainst Mrs Dora Cox Phillip for a the ballot. Pre.ldt'nthn n outstanding service to the

school board teat, et l fart night't Winter Haven rally. demonstrated his politick' popularity s 4 4. community\ was started SI
only two others
with resounding tf ltt.ln yeas ago
have won It three time and
In Massachusetts, Lf| ,, tji* thereby taken ptrmineot pot-

At Hall V S ambassador to Sotstlt'let| session.Andrew of
1,000 Mayo Nam.
: was running up t Aartyn; Natal
of nearly to I over. his' nc*r the American Bank,
eat rival, Sen. Barr) cold-\ made the pretentttion on be
water of Arlxona. half of local banks, who originated

In Pennsylvania, $trintifl. the award in 1923.
Candidates whose named appeared acs the d Rynerton previously had
Hear ballot. a "reluctant1 f Ivor lie won the cup In 18:11: and last
non was polling a bjOliaM year Only the late John May
record write-in vote lot tIe who won offered the first
By ED BERND JR. ed out that he it well quali but by using a levelheaded Keystone State The tt\ err year It was and again
Stiff Writer fied. approach." himself expressed im'Wm tat la 1924 and 1920 and the late

About 1,000 people who Mre Phillips said she feel Race said that school work the sire of the vote! Just, < H\lt GETTING THE BANKER'S CUP-Williaw E Rynuon.. editor end publliKer of the William Ltngdon Mao of the

braved rain last Bight to lit' that "grades one through: 12" was a real pleasure most of GOP leaders urged bits to Winter Haven Dally Nswi-CMef' won the third "leg, and ptrmanent possession/ ol the Year In 1948, 1941 and 1949,
ten to Democratic candidate are the most Important. the time But he said that "stand available" at % pri .,', Cup last night II he was theses for the second year in a row it the city's Men hive been three-time winners.
at Nora Mayo Hall as they "From what you have read ")'ou have to fight when a few dentist candidate it tli* 4 u | r of the Year Andrew Ireland, center, preildeit of AmerlulN.tlo"al lank, and Roger At bit been the tradition of

started their last week of In the papers" she said "you men start twisting your arm convention CI.pp, prildnt of Exchange National, are making the presentation. the Banker's Cup award tine
Job n loa easily cx iscorJd'Atty. t lit Inception, the recipient wit
campaigning for next Tues would think that all learningis to locate some school In tome
day', primary were not dlt- In Junior college." area to benefit them." Gen. Robert F. !llehnrdy unaware of the choice until It
appointed. Nevertheless, she defended Then Rice gaVe t rebuttalto In the latter'a home Mte of wit announced, it wit the
Besides hearing i Polk'i her motion to turn down the his opponent's accusation Massachusetts and tri!* PiVldent l. Postal ChangesAre Gels rest of the community except
gubernatorial candidate Scott Winter Haven site! for Polk "In eight months," he said, was given an enit\iila.ti< Congress Ireland and the Ilve-member

Kelly, Havenitei were treatedto Junior College, even though it "there have been 704 issues write-in vote in Penna'l at\la.| astral committee that pickedthe
Neither he nor Kenn }f v\n man of th* year,
apeechea and rebuttilt in was recommended by a team come up for a vote Twenty active candidates In tte* Qrtrsertea Announced Rynerton, said 1 Inland, has
torn* of Elie hotteit J m InUM of Cued for.tle) ctate. one of these were not unanlmou ,. Appalacliia i Bill.Jennlnga been te'th. Mjr u ', ..... """ y
county %, a. Bramlxaiub, JAM Al.fteg > .tEleven 'of' these. WK/T"' twits
: 4(11PypF ., tnunrty development through-
\AIdt\., openly ," ;
Shelley, S. Boone of Winter 1, city comiWsiloner.' r* V':%)$ON?: and they wee 1t"{Vlh' out irlt career ta, Winter
Steven for reelection ly got thing going when he Junior college." st
J umph in recent jnontDf\ / (he Haven, but particularly at tl
aa county school superintendent accused his opponent Austin Race laid that if there were first coming In New .lltfitptbjr, Office and finch i offtee were WASIIINt2fbNIUPll! eke provide t foundation for the P"HDtJm.\ .. Me Haled
announced t,>da) by Luther Reel, Randolph D.W V*.. economic growth and relieve
-cited his record includIng T. Race Jr. of Winter Haven, complete'harmony. "You although he hat made '>> tor- three txtrnples.
two perfect audits and his present school board chairman would never know the facts" mal declaration of lea caMIdacy tIOIItm..ttIhll| cad beginning nil Introduced in the Snit todayPresident the! heavy unemployment" The editor-publisher! It president
promise of of Improper conduct In "The only 1 know of JohaWm't MM million the board the
fulfilling his one way wok. the i a will be no parcel The bill Included Ohio after of of Winur -
four years ago to serve the office. to get complete harmony" he In Saigon. the 1MO GCt rice poll llVirlei l on Wednesday, emergency designed t to Appalachia end "despair program and Gov James A. Rhodes mad I Haven Hospital, about to
children, as reasons to vote "We solve our problems on concluded "II 1 to Join the warn launch HH: million expan-
(Continued On Page >, 'Col 2)Driver's ) excrpi to areas reguharyaerv.d bop 1**.ne* In the 10 slate lad minute request thai his
for him the commission, Brambaugh of three. by mail truck He imphatised date b* added plus I 110 mil aloe program He Is secretaryof
There are no double sessions said "not by flaring up and Polka gubernatorial candl- that jrt'l l posts ta business region lion coal mining area radon the Florid citrus Showcase *

children are better calling members bull-headed (Continued On Page I, Cot <) Death or trees lerved 'bf regular The lgtttsJon{ was twit to (Ion program urged by Penoaylvtnlt formerly the Citrus Ex I\
housed now than ever before carrier will not be t1Jttte4! Cangreaa Tuesday t by the Chief Gov William W Scran- petition, which It readying t
in compact air conditioned M W.dn*.d a y sod JP4'fJI'pare CxeouUve wHb brfartniW support loa move to a new site, a new
buildings" he aaid "We have Chemicals EffectiveIn eel pox I (trucks wp VIol be III some .f K r.}iictint from IIU.OOO building and a sew I
the cost of thesebuildings 28th For PolkPolk Operation. approach to Its role it the
reduced provtsa the Republican( It ws' l imam The complete coat, over an
The nw win be ahowcts Florida's biggest
we have consolidated diaialy referred to the ffenale unipecifled period of years mi
In effect in he downtown
county wide and poll Public Works Committee,
purchases Including tlat, local and federal
office, Florence Villa Station Rynrrion It also chairman
we now have complete inventory County' traffic death Southeast Station, and the In* funds wit estimated at of the Junior College AdvisoryCommittee
lists." he went on. Fight On MidgesAfter loll shot to Z8 for the yet .*Hy I wood Branch. Sen John Shermta Cooper, between. II: billion and 14 billion. of the Chamber of
BOOM'S opponent. Bill Readof (his morning when Noel, ClfdeJhana Saturday itrvlce will be R-Ky., who wilts Randolph represents Juh.niwn ttid that what lie wit Commerce, la which capacity,
Lakeland said that morale 34. of Cronkeq lr, limited in the downtown office two Of the most d.- .ifclng now would be financed 1I'IIIOdJlltecf, "he.. bat been I 1 i
teachers I is not as highas four weeks the experimental ) pressed ststtt, spoke on the from fund already Included\
among time to to speak, hoping they fla, died shortly after and Florence Villa station In leader m (the campaign to get !
Boone claims and that chemicals which were won't come back." his pickup truck into licit r.*r that all business will be carried Senate floor in behalf of I'M. the two million contingency Polk County a junior college
there Is a "lack of harmonyand dropped in Lakes Cannon and of a aeml trailer twA, tie co through toe window and no bill Sen. Thruiton M rl.m. RKy item of his fiscal 1MJ bu.lgt and was instrumental In the
progress" in the school Howard are proving to be "99 Dr. Patterson just 'laughed Florida highway Patrol r pOfted money order or postal aavIng alto spoke In favor of the efforts to make the Winter
system to 100 per cent effective" In at reports that the granular will be sold Reel said bill Jttint said three 'cheerlettly .. Haven Golf Court available j
He said that If you talk to keeping down blind mosqultos chemical which wit dropped The accident accursed .pn nor can either of U). offices I cbtr reasons could b* given it I site." with the result that I
teachers you can see that Dr. Richard Patterson of the from a low flying airplane, Hwy 27 just south Ol l U (. remain open over half a day, Cooper and Randolph ranking for most II1Ie( Appalachian" the state tile team
In the past, he noted, the party members on the cm- trouble the InafCeaitbtltty of survey
morale I is low. He challenged State Board of Health's Entomology bad caused i green arum on Wsles recommended as the
Boone to "1ft politics aside" Research Laboratory Lake Cannon The semi truck driven W Florence Villa Branch has been mitt. said "th prompt action mutt of the area, uncontrolled location for the Institu pernvanent
Boone then became the first in Winter Haven said today Elmer Jerrell, 36, off mt*. open' all day Saturday but wider of the President must be ffooda. and e mineral baa of tion.
down and wes In the ww rbliflff It will not be matched by speedy sod drelilv ?, Umber and agriculture"wady
to use rebuttal time, and the that the new Isrvascide has "The scum appears on the had broken eta He Is IM! first vice prtti.
able to do so.Th this federal need of crtatlv atttnllun
action In -
flnt to draw spontaneous applause completely eliminated midget lake every year, at well at on the road, but Jerrell bag Platyd Congress "in dent of the Florida Dally
flare. ItJhana potmater said, how ittt local program of coopers
be the
hi the
In the two lake. many more area Newspaper Published Alto-
d- ever Saturday service will lion for devrlopmrnt of road ---
serious laid "It It alga and hit abtolutely died shortly alter %
has made some hat been
'He Dr. elation
Patterson and will be presidentnext
to Lake W.V IM- be carried on ** usual in t th* agriculture, timber public fscUttlet -
charges but vague Boone the lakes weekly and no connection with the mitt.nee Is
checking year 1 member ot<< the
). Continued On Pg 0. Cot 4) and lnduttn financing9r
pits (
larvae larvaacid Board of the
stated making a report on the Band Concert florid State
Politics means getting the or lack of them In the Chamber of Commerce; chairman
facts. letting Information and lakst. He checked Cannon yesterday r g t x X4111 of th* frlerson Nichols
then standing up on your hind and Howard today yAwv '' k r'.t American Legion Pat Build'
feet and making your point. He laid the chemical waa i 0 re4 Slated FridayThe Ing Committee: I member of I
The hometown crowd applauded expected to keep the midget 4t : (Continued On Page I, Col S)

this down for it least eight weeks ,
"I will not delve into smoke "The chemical itself U effective ''Jf Spring Concert of the

filled rooms, I will make BO for only I about two \ ha 1 W.ttwood Junior High School Car, 2 TrucksIn

last minute decision. If that week*," h* said "W* are Just bind find thaw win be held
ts playing: politic then I amguilty going along now on borrowed Friday night it tilt Like ..11n Collision,
of the charge," he said. Amphitheater beglnninl
"1 don't think you will betaken I o'clock No Ono Is Hurt
la on a lot of talk and State Vet Unit The them" win be in "old
M program" Boone went on. fashioned concert la the Over 11.400 damage sea done
He then asked that the voter park and hot dogs and told to car and two truck which
check his record and his op drinks will be *o>d. Admission collided al. t the Intersection of
ponent's To Meet Here It free tilth It and Are. !, NW, ails

Next speaker was Seth Me- The program consists of 14 morning, the Winter Haven

ICed who I* running against wed known umbers, Including Police Department reported.Officer .
Mrs Dora Cox PhBUps for the Kit Honor March," by DOB Jackson, who U-
The 20th annual convention KM Mid
veittfited mishap it
school board. He promised to v' rillmor. "In Th Mystic
the Florida department, Order was amazing that no one sea
be fair and honest and point- of the Purple Heart of the Land Of !"pt." by lUUlbcy; Injured.

United States will be held! at Cotorama," by DeRo; Jackson laid Nor M. Vet
Rain Continues the Haven Hotel In Winter Sonatina for Sand," Reich rick, route t, Winter Haven,
Haven. May 22-24 the Winter Ma. 'Diy* of Win and Roses wit turning left off Sixth It.,
Total For 1964 Haven Chamber of Commerce Mach" M t octal, "Th when. I irtck driven by OU1*
reported today. r I Ier 8crle Milk," Zamecoik; I.: Wilkins n 1. of Winter Haven,

Is 15.6 Inches TlN organisation I* compoaeofcf Mm of Ohio" flBmore traveling smile", collided With
ewmbat wounded] veteran y olonel B o g | y." Alford, .... ear The vnrtekMtomobU.
One-half tack of rain wu *. George Washington created I 'O"'ft.U and March" pun around and hit another

added to the total during the tile badge of military Boyc 'Guy and Doll," truck. which r.n.had. second been follow.track
the CI
be Winter Msn Of Tile Ing
hut two aya Have merit Lessee "TIM *
Fire Department keeper of J Planning Carter mens< Itour' '111,..,. 'Kentucky waf Randolph drlvea at,by 809 Henry fifth It.,
rstaJaU records reported. ben of the Winter Raves chapter Babe" by Buck and Clbl.att ME.
n rtlMtf J4 lack Monday ILl to be performed by the
is convention chairman.A rf Jsckson estimated ftOOdaraage -
.J* lack yeoterday brtactnc the WMtwood Band.The .
sew chapter known at the to the Venrlck ear, 1200damti ;
total fee *U to
for past aye
M volt Wcstwood
John r Kennedy' chapter of to the Watkins truck
J.7' neb**. .U IS.M Madeira Beach win he tndocv re rw .I 4r '..... Chorus will perform. "Lamb tod f SO damage to Randolph
Total tat the year ---- '
.f Cod by ChrtitUiuwa.; and
ed late the order. truck.
for luck** compared like to I bet.IS lack,..*,*. Victor r. KuWy of Dayton CHAMBER Of CO UEJtCf CHANGES 1'H\ .I l t* Arnold S&wf leaf JgM *t the anneal/ 'ln t.(f.- "Gnefl Ilafurt." !by Duro. Kara Yenrlck was charged

Tt raised a only period a quarter of aa Beach I 11 the national adjoUnC GUARD-Job' W Crpen.>"f J,. left, txeiideirt M Hr I t .rt 01...,, and then was ef*.*ttd with a plaque for Ito public Bit been invited with allure to yield the right

lack durlMj April 01 1M3. and wcl be on tfc. program. Winter Haves 01......, .f outstanding service by Herb Apple, toastmaster.t t* attend the concert of-way.


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to* Too WWTBt HAVB4 DMLf NEW&CMB WMTEt J. AOMDA Wednesday, Apnl2Q, 1 1964


Club Funerals Explosion Guts IMF.A-DAY I Yet Service Office Mores E L E C tINGSWOOD

MM. DOROTHY BOYNTON i The Pott County Veterans gram will be representatives
Hears Talk Funeral services for Mrs Service: Department moved of the Florida Department of
Downtown Erie
Dorothy O B. Boyntsa 73. !Into new offices: today at ISO Veterans Affairs the Veterans '
who died yesterday morning West Church St. In Bartow. Administration and district, ;
in Jacksonville Beach following This is the old county jail state local and National of
On Austria a long illness, win be HId Business Area There win he a dedication fleets from each veteran or IPROTT, JR.
at three o'clock this afternoon and flag raising ceremony aniiation
in the St Paul'i-By-The-Sea Sunday at t p.... according to The program was arrangedby STATEREPRESENTATIVE
KlwinUni heard about Austria Episcopal Church, Jacksonville BRIE, Pa. (UPI)-Explo.lon 0 County Commission Chairman Howard H. Ealow, county
at their weekly luncheon Beach. and fire gutted five buildings in Wilmer Mccutcheon.Following veterans service officer and
yesterday Mn Boynton a native of the downtown business district the dedication Commissioners Lei W Dun
Walter Geiell exchange student Chattanooga, T.D. cane to early today causing damages there win I be an open house son snd Aldine Combee
from that country, who Winter" Haven In INS, and resided estimated as high as fl million until 5 p.m.
hag been studying at the Winter here until eight years An unidentified cab driver McCtttcHeon said the move
Haven High Sehoool this ago when she moved to Jacksonville aid the fire started when gasoline was necessary: because of the LET'S
year, spoke on various aspects Beach spilled on the floor and ig- need for additional space due
She aped. in the Yellow Cab Co to the expansion program beIng
of life there. is survived by three
building a two story brick activated to meet the 4r
daughters Mu. W.
E. Veal
Introduced by James KM- structure, which was destroyed minds of the growing number
and Miss
tenon chairman of the elub'i Beach Boynton Mrs Jacksonville Ala gutted were a two-atory WA1 of veterans and their dependents !! KEEP
E. M.
; II'Y
International relations In
committee Shaffer. Winter buildings housing a furniture Polk County The offices
Haven three
Gesell covered the ; ,store two large apartment were formerly In the
sons Frank E.
Boynton Nashville

economy politics production buildings and an ambulance court house annex. r
and social life of Austria. Tenn.: A. G. Boynton service company. Elmo Hood administrative
Hlaleah, Fla. and Major W. "LES11s
assistant I
Fire to Congressman
Also at the meeting, three W. companies from throughout
Boynton Tuscon Arts and the city battled the names, O James A. Haley and past
by new Charles members Demlnf were inducted assisted twelve. grandchildren and five which broke out about 1 a.m. .""',,,-..,....'- 1_ w..w -... department commander for
great grandchildren.MRS. The the American Legion win be
fire was brought under
by Darwin Carrell) and the control about a.m. "How many time have I told you not to master of ceremonies for the ,,
Rev. James Barnett. They are
the Rev Mel Gifford, Floyd EUNICE IIAt'SE Erie Yellow Cab reported touch things rotMen's dedication.Also .
Smith and Ted Harlan. The Funeral services for Mrs. Eunice that 84 of the firm's 108 taxis participating In the proPRISOH -
latter .Is past president of the i Elizabeth (Doughtie) were destroyed. Authoritiesshut
Melbourne club pause 81, of 151 Ave. C, SW off power In the area to Council Hear Merritt"Aerospace County CommissionerDISTRICT
Owen Blssett chairman of who died in the Winter Haven prevent the flames from ACRICVLTVRKHUNTSVILLE.
and attendance, Hospital Monday afternoon will spreading to adjoining buildIngs Tex -
membership Activities at Special guests for the occasion The state .
prison system's 8.500
presented tabs for perfect attendance be held from the OttLaughlin Cape Kennedy" was the subject were the following seniors to 0.000 acres of land 3Let's
to Howell Reddlck Funeral Chapel tomorrow aft Several persons were driven of an Illustrated talk by MaJ.) from the Winter Haven High more than 30 different grow
for 18 years; Forrest Weese, ernoon at 2:30: with the Rev.J. from their homes but no serious Clements Merritt the meetingof School: Durbtn Pearson Jr., crops Among the inmate cultt. with "LES"To
21, and John Q. Stanford 25. D. Courtney district supervisor injuries were reported. the Men'CouncOofth.Flnt Bob Branson, Jr., John Parker, vated crops are tomatoes. ,- corn, GO
A straw vote on the coming of the Assembly of God Presbyterian Church on Tuesday Ronald Tucker and John Chambers garlic, peas broomcorn
primary was taken on sample Churches of Lakeland and the evening. Guests from the Lake Alfred nuts, tomatoes, pea.
and of Recordof
ballots and the results announced Rev, Emerson Jones, pastor of, Baptist RevivalIn The subject of Major Merritt' Presbyterian Church Included cotton. course Continue the Proven
at the close of the the First Assembly of God Rev David E. Dletcel,
meeting. Church Winter Haven officialIng theme chosen was by correlated the Council to for the pastor, Harold Stormzand, ... 'L.d ., '" Good ProgressAnd
Claude Ridley, first vice Burial will be In Hartford this Charles Crocker Henry Anderson i ':'jI"f' \
president, presided in the Ala., Friday. EloiseThe Tomorrow year!- Today""The .World of Al Fountain, Van Brian ;y'r,
absence of President James Honrary pall-bearen will be Denman Ward and Charles Good GovernmentFor
W. Gray Jr., who .Is In the Aaron Rice, George Herdon. He began his talk by showing Shinn. K
hospital with a broken back Gordon Herndon Roy Shelton pastor Rev.of the Ormond Inman Wolfrem ParkBaptist slides of the Cape Kennedy area President C. H. Ortt presided ;, IR'G"OOj'isv : : the Good of Polk CountyLet's
sustained In an accident Saturday Roy Clary Ralph Smith B. W. and some of the equipment used and Robert Lancashire had <
Arnold John Miller and 'Floyd Church is presently In launching and tracking missiles. charge of the program. Jim ; i
conducting a revival at the Poole and his staff were In ReElectL
Varner.Friends First Baptist Church of Elo- This was followed by a charge of the meal prepara <)t1; .4R ,
SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN may call at the Otto ice color moving picture of the ac- tion. ;, ." W.ilLES" DUNSONCOUNTY
Laughlin Chapel from S to 9 tlvltes around the and the
cape This meeting concludes the is ATE'JqFJENTATJ'VtJ
being featured in
tonight special -
launching of the various missiles. -
monthly dinners until fall, when '
music program under, the COMMISSIONER. DIST. 3
After showing the pictures It Is planned to have a picnicon
direction of
and the Larry Matheny he answered many questions Aug. 22, to begin a new ... ;, _,,, ,
Morris RidesIn Highlanders Quartet. asked by the audience season """ '.vo G M.. (or l by pal! C.p.I! Fsnd..1. L. W. 'l.,' DuM.n
GLENDARTYSTATE Rev. Wolfram known as
Real Style "The Canadian Fireball"" was
ATTORNEYAM born In Canada and received

his education In England THER&$ MO DOUBT ABOUT If*
Walter Morris, assistant !Each night's service beginsat .
chief of the Winter Haven Fire 7:30: o'clock.
Department, may have to learn The public has been Invited
yes satlrfbe'with Ik* to drive all over again to attend.tt'KLFARK.

.__ yae )eve beta able. t. In the past Morris has been STOREY IS THE MAN !
......,.,. lue...'... .Nt hurrying to fires in a 1949 COSTS
en* dcller sr de v will .ee fr Chevrolet truck. Today he was
NEW YORK -Expenditures -
yew flnmclel. htw. sitting behind the.te.rlnrwheel
In the so-called 'publicwelfare"
of a spanking new, all-white
sector of the American
station wagon, Just purchasedby
the economy now run about 82 billion
city.There's difference
Financial Planning of IS years of driving technology a week by lovernmenta"fCk.lndI4LI'y.nd

H.', ,A- HIM k U.0C1ATI1. Ihatt with Morris will' .hav to cope ale \ #1nUtiU' of'LIft individu Irfcur.anc : .. WE MULBERRY p RESS .

P. ps.xl71'Wbu.r _' estimates These expend) .,. : HERA\.O. Elmo .. .
The old (truck Will k.\lltd turn (0 for e'ducatttnr( ,' health*, .J'\II""l-Jd"a. i1ER HAVEN :, .. at wStn \ I:
,........ '.1441 for rescue and utility work. .and persontl .security. r W, N 9art tfom.7 Croup JY I for state BLtCEeeentative LEE ,
.. entative ,
Wallace lJ1ary. lli. May .5 '
i- b seeknq; the shel\oluntaril'f,, general governen Pr',
bung HII;' re{{;n Jr.. who il run'nO the man ba c ground t'x Aeries 6 and I

&f i tt 01 of the/ ff\; \ Le elt'rlJ1in gjslatue d to leader'hip gi,, Polk clearly in ountY the make'rron hllJ1.

Sp but Florida
; j; i : is yVALLICE ltt

MONROE BRANNENIs tesgssss1iswAi; tfon and gto rIse ty ot a S'oung STOllEY'lJ1'n' recoI'e!

service In his co' respected de dice.

; IT'S lJ1lJ1un/ty. posftlon or

'onal j TillS
knoiCR reaso
berry Preu l edge ot hilJ1 and OUr per.

BEST QUALIFIEDBy Serve eoconslder. hllJ1 that the the Aful

RePresentatlves::; In the Flora/ man Nouye tour


Experience To Continue As

the first time In eight )years Doth In public office and as an

Polk county's Group 3 Beat In the active worker in the Democratic

YOUR SHERIFF louse of Representatives Is wide party, Storey has learned to get
open. along with people without surrendering
Three energetic and Intelligent his convictions or principles.

young men are seeking election to Wallace Storey would make an

Yes Monroe Bronncn has proved that he has the ability and experienceto the post. There were four, but one effective member of the next legislative

provide the people of Polk County with better low enforcement Fair dropped out for personal reasons, delegation from Polk county.

. Impor iol ? Efficient Economical Low Enforcement! although his name will remain on
the ballot.

Four years ago, the people of Polk County elected Monroe Brannen as Each of the three remaining

Sheriff by a large majority . the record speaks for itself . Monroe I ... ..., candidate properly can claim to FORT MEADE LEADER
Brannen has lived up to hit pledge to provide more effective law enforcement ** hare' had 'a certain amount of ex I

for this county! perlence to fit him for the legislative We will be voting for Scott '

post he I U seeking now. Kelly as the best mon In the race

His businesslike operation of the sheriff's office has resulted in cutting While Polk county will not be for governor. We think that I

the cost per case handled despite the tremendous increase in populationand the loser with any of the three the Scott's service through the past
a corresponding increase In work load! man who Is best equipped to handle few years has Indicated his readiness -

the Job Is Wallace Storey lie has for the Tallahassee post.

Yes, the record speaks for itself . In economy in efficient handling shown an Interest In and aptitude Ben Hill Griffin seems to us to

of all cases and a devotion to duty that has resulted In a greater. for governmental work which is ',' be logical man in the county to
nil! the
percentage of criminal being brought to justice than ever before in the I another way of saying public service senatorial seat vacated by
Kelly. We will
history of Polk County the kind of low enforcement Polk County is entitled since he's been old enough Storey for the representative vote forever Wallace '
to receive. I to work for a living I
being vacated by Griffin ,
lot's Keep ,
"for Continued/ ffftcffrt

MONROEBRANNEN low fflforcfmenf, f willI"preclal' ELECT I I

your Vote end

Support May 5fJi.,

SHERiEF Sincerely, r : k STOREY.

'J1lJJnJwJL. 81lt1JUWL

Sheriff H




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i, I Alcoholic Unit Set MeetingThe (The Weather-Local State And NationalTHUNDERSHOWERS I Local WomanElected past handled several in the Whiter I club's years Haven public They for relatmiu arc the- New (UPI Air) Air RouteTOKYO service

organizational meetingfor all the way from a literature al.o in charge. of membership between Pakistan and Commu

the Alcoholism Council of center located in public places cD They advise that any person inlereated slat China will be Inaugurated

1'olk County will he heU Thurt throughout the county to out ByAudubon in wildlife conservs Tlwndiy with a Shanghai to

diy it 8 p.m. In the conference patient treatment centers A OD lion may loin this Audubon Karachi flight Radio Pakistan

room of the Polk County promising area of help has beenindlc.ted DOL Kroup by calling them at CYJ said in a broadcast monitored
Com minion Budding. Bartow In that the State Alcoholic t Unit ;.73$, Mrs Joseph NiaWOllI.r.pre. .her Tuesday night.Pakistan .
The AtcoboUun Council U beIng Rehabilitation Program ;' d ...... MU 25454Justice recently concludedan

formed ai a reauR of a would assist the county financially ..) air service agreement with

seminar on alcoholiim conducted for at least part of the Gels Md China over the objections
<< I by George Clarke directorof salary of a psychiatric social I Mrt W. W. Hendrlckson of of the United State

Community Services and worker in an out-patienl clinic L. 0 Winter HavM was elected<< I vice Case Continued ---
Hirv Olsen community field The Council will be neither president of the Lake Region

representative from the Alconolle wet nor dry. It will be competed .... Audubon SMatty at the group's Road BidsTALLAHASSEC
\ i. .1 I ACKSONV1LLE: (UPI> Stttponded '
Rehabilitation Council \ << 1 of people who are concerned PAIR .. monthly aMtthsg this week -
FAI Peace Justice J. W. (UPI) The
The local solution could r.nges with alcohoUam as a i Re-named president was Mrt.
Junta was granted Tuesday a state Road Department opened'
health metal alllll .mIe Jaws Ntfweafw and vice .
iWObrin.--and- the- knowledge' presidents (MM Dr. John continuance until after the upcoming ..Ma Tuesday on project total

= that alcoholic can b* helped. 70 $ Judge R. Phil primary on a chargeof .HagtlOM,661.
The steering committee: Tom \ Fwlderm.MIl "" are driving while intoxicated The largest project, first con
Jones was suspended by Gov atnwttw of Interstate 75 in
Miss Aim Mtreaek and Mn.
G. Murray, chairman, Herman
Farria Bryant recently when he went to Cone at'(>>. ConstrwtsM
Tea *. -
Allen Leland R. Bryan Dr. ,...., George Bert with Dr. Margaret -
O 4 wag charged with accepting! a Co., with an apparent
Paul Ooury, Mrs Ruth M. Bikini Gilbert M ejected aa
GL bribe to protect a local gambling Jew bid of M.8TS.5JS
Mrs. John L. Hebb Sr., ./fJwEJU/ treasurer. operation
Mrs. Edna Hickson, Leonard Other Winter Haven residents
7iWVShe'll In asking for the continuanceIn
named to the beard of directors
KeUman, David! A. Lofgren
the driving\ ease attorney SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
Ted Meyer Carlo P. Mullin. R(4y Include Mr. and Mrs WU- Laey Mahon said "Mr Jones ia

Paul Puckett Mrs. Wyvonna y1GY Item Moore, Cheater Shatter engaged In a campaign for reelection
Ring Erneat M. Smith. Mr and M,.. George Being right now."

Interested cititeni are cor- man and Perry Sl tum. CONSTABLEn
AND RAIN-Rein and thundershowers are forecast for the
I IIIIII' if dially Invited attend. "As a Shatter I la hi charge of all
Pacific Northwest, the Great Lakes, New England' States the
upper Mississippi Valley, field activlUee of the
matter of fact Murray stated, society Sing At EloiseThe ; 3
lid the Gulf States Fair weather
"The number present will indicate with mild temperatures are predicted for the balanceof and plant and directs the nature
the nation.Florida. Tohe Ac,..
the interest of Polk Coun walks for the group Shwum Four Way singing Convention

love you ty In such a Council." LOCAL OUTLOOK TemperaturesBy has been active with the Audu will\ meet at the Churchof X j Roscoe W. Thornhltl

Zones Partly cloudy through to bon Speakers Bureau He la dl God In Eloise <=unda)'. I Lunch Williams"Vote
for these morrow. Scattered showers- United Press rector of the Slocum WaterGardens will beat noon, sfVr which them
PanhandlePartly day and tonight. High today on Cypress Gardens will! be Hinging unlit 4.10U May 5 Dem. Primary
Safe Pushers cloudy today, tonight HUh
r- and Thursday. A few 85 to W. Low tonight 65 to 70. Albuquerque M 74 known Rd. The for Hetaimaiu their extensive are well tn\Interested Ited < in 'e"->pel stnglntore) '''. 'elI A .

showers extreme east portion Mostly south and southwest Atlanta . . 54 72 work the bald
with eagle In
winds' 8 to .
IS miles hour.Ship's
ending early today. No Importsnt per Birmingham 51 M central Florida. Together the I I

Are ArrestedMIAMI temperature change. Boston . . 41 54 were winner I taut year of the ,
High today 18 to 85, tow tonight Chicago 51 61 special conservation sward gu
Fire Cleveland .
BEACH (UPO--Vet- 60 to 65.North M 74 en annually by the Florida Au.
Denver . . 39 68 a
Police Lt. James dubon Society.
eran Siegen- Partly cloudy through Thursday Detroit . . 55 74 r.tea.
dorf arrested two men early Mrs. Hendrlckson has served
today aa they pushed a safe on High today 80 to 85, low Jacksonville . 60 70 as program chairman for the
Kills 5 MenMOBILE . .
Kansas City 43
a dolly down the atreet. tonight 60 to 6J. Mostly souh- 64 society the last thru years and
Lot .
Angeles 54 51
The men, dreaaed In conservative west wind S to 18 miles per next season will bring Audubon '
Miami . . .
80 '
business suits and hour, becoming northerly tonight Wildlife Films, formerly Audubon .
wearing white gloves,told Slegendorf and Thursday Miami Beach . 72 14 .
Ala. (UPD-lnveatl- Screen Tour of the National
Twin Cities . 40 U
had found the aafeIn Central
they tators today searched for the Audubon Society to this
New .
Orleans .
64 M
the street and were taking Partly cloudy through ,
cause of a flash fire on an aircraft region of the state for the first
It to police headquarter Thursday Scattered thundershowers New York . ? 45 S7
ferry that asphyxiated five Orlando . . M 84 time
After questions, however, the today mainly during
shipyard workers before they Mr and Mrs Moor have '
two, Jack Shea and John RI- afternoon or evening High today Philadelphia . .46 02
but adore Could escape Phoenix .. .. .
you cardo, were charged with grand 83 to 80. low tonight 6S to 51 63
larceny and breaking and en- 70. Mostly south and south The Croatan with a cargo of Raleigh . S7 77
for this tering. west winds 8 to 18 miles\ per helicopters and single engine St. Louis .. .. . 48 SI exalt for theories ofPLUS /,
bound for ,
planes Europe ws.t
Shea and Ricardo were free hour, higher near showers, San Francisco 48 SO
under bond In a $70,000 liquor possibly becoming northerly on undergoing routine maintenancewhen Seattle . . 43 61 i A PENNY!
COMrAM AND Mini til THE Eli robbery two weeks ago. They Thursday the fire- broke out Tues Tampa ,. . .. 61 86 (

KfteshenAidDIStMWASHSKSt were arrested along with three Sooth day Washington . S2 66 txplat
other men on charges of stealing Partly cloudy through Thursday It raged out of control' for txplatIRlSCRIP110N

a truck load Scotch whisky Scattered thunder showers three hours In a small area \ir )
from a warehouse afternoon Only a few of the ship's 7S men Westwood PTA e OwthNerre, u
mainly during ,.
from localgrocery and officers were lboa'd, and e.ue
The sate came a la
and evening High today 85 to .wrer n. j i' '
TIPTOPTV and contained about none was In danger. '"'"
Officers To
90. low tonight 70 to 75. Mostly
$3,500, Slegendorf said But five shipyard workers in THURSDAY APRIL 30 thru
south winds 8 to 18 miles
hour higher near showers the bow of the ship were killed. Be InstalledAn SATURDAY MAY 9-Mvrry M
& APPLIANCESCorner Deputy Fir Chief Douglas Mel 1
Tough resilient persimmonwood Keys ton said It appeared the flames pnklL; RIXAU
4th & Ave. D, N.W. 1s the first choice of golfers Partly cloudy through sprang up so quickly the oxygen Instillation of Weaiwood $\r, RuaaiNG .. ASPIRIN .......-I alxattAICOHOIry
Thursday with widely scattered Junior .
High School PTA officer
for club heads before the could
Phone CY 4.3291 gone 'I
showers High today 87, will be held tomorrow night \ ;.that! Sil 101 fa.. ,, r1OC'
get away. From the positions of out" V VITAMINS
southeast ., ,n \ 8 _..
75 Mostly
low the
tonight during till ilir
regular meat \,11"I\n'\ acting Hurl' n .dt H."
he had .
their bodies said "they wrfi ,
.. PI'ul "' ,
.. and south winds S to It Ing of the school )
CalHo.. 449 ut. year -t. d''r''
""' Y' ".., miles per hour higher lI.nt ideAperateiy tried to escape A visitation period for er.11'1.41 P\tIt 2 ,80c ems Za WM "riX :
Croirtan. h. IYIMa.r. I
No. 13431'r The I 4':; \Umg AM ,
Charter .
? showers. ... : & fj.heldtrom7:11Am., .. ? 3fr2.99
Report of Condition of vessel, commissioned ArU28( "'aifd the| mtetlhg will begin at8p.m. .
THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL lANK 1943-21 yearn ago Tuesdaywas alx 1.11
:y MOIIAcrr An. ,
too rN .,.
Of Winter HavenIn Hospital News having final maintenance New officers will be Installed w 5sAn
FILM 'I! ealaw snu",aw.Nl, I'or 1.21NI
before.ailing Friday It 1s operated /
the State of Florida at the Close of Buslneu on by a civilian crew of the by Mrs.ninth Stanley grade Davis.The English. department i N I lld blurt A :- .W, /IsecsswAalf. aUNIi revAMMg, 11'1.11., .. 100 Ilea' .,,

April 15, 1964 TUESDAY'S ADMISSION'S Military Sea Transport Service. under the direction 2 whll., //27 1 11O, ... .'. MOUtMeACN 'lftl 'lot t.Jt
of Winter Haven The victims were identified aa ef Mrs laranne Jacobs will '10 .. .o..lIrc..I:*,.. I 01..0
Published in to call made by Comptroller .1? 'It
the Currency, under response Section 5211 U. S. Revised StatutesASSETS Master Timothy E. Baker Roy J. Spence and Robert L. be In charge of the program w 21 eyes6 :: M.UCCIU.HMM IVffMlTMIII.' *,, .iN1rNl' ? "or* .14..TOIt I
Mill Angela M. Guthrie, Williams, both white, and Negroes and will present "Students .<. HWtWIMI.Cs.ataL/

Master Terry R. Bennett, Mrs. Simp Fair Arthur Bell Speak For Themaelvea." .' ,,_hy: :.... "_- ...IOUUIlOt.tt..u. ln .40
11! .... 2 far .tl
Melvin Mlzell, Mrs William and Nathaniel Betton \ westwood "'
All parent have i
Cash balances with other banks and 'If
I. I.tAMlfllNrlNlSPeIt Ina
T. Whittle, Mrs. Lloyd O. Boatswain Harold Fattlg waa been urged to attend. /A111 gel ? .10
cash items in process of collection S 6030011.75 Robinson Mrs Jimmie D. first to smoke and shouted .0 I tae 0515151' rips Sias I ff 'I.JO:
spot HAIR
f fa
2. United Stat. Government obligations PACI, Itrr, M
Tyree, Emory Whatley, Mrs. "Fire In the forespeak'." He .
direct and guaranteed (Net of Sally Cromwell. Miss Shirley told newsmen. "I 1 saw flames CHOOSY BURGLARS ...s. SPRAY I U"UllIIlIAU'" Alrll", ,545 .. ? ,/lot 11

any r"ervIII) . . . 1,239,345.70 Ann Filmore Alexander E. and smoke coming out of the NEW LONDON Coon (UPI) haull' r for H.r d''It 'I'UI' cet.N leery far '10

3. Obligations of States and political Boney John Cody, Mrs. Colon main deck hatch I don't knowwhat -There must be something In \. _. .' to.MOld Nile 1st rest Mulla/l 11"01" lf,fef :JO
subdivisions (Net of any raserveil 2,805,483.69 R. O'Berry. Ronald S. Harmon caused the fire a trading stamp catalogue that il.., 51 Ma Iesro {cN tsrsst. eNaN, */M .14"or
have their heart
4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures Mrs. James E. Hunt J set some on thieves ::;N I 2'ft.. ... CA14INC, tellhN.aM 2 for 40..1S /
Ben Watson Edward R.. Porter
(Including SI,600,468.75 securitiesof Bertha Reed. Eckerd Drug Police said Tuesday burglars l-wr,uss.N 2''or ..10BIXAU
Federal agencies and corporationsnot broke Into the home of Mr. and

guaranteed by U. S.I) (Net of Master Aubamdale Jimmie D. Clark Stores Close Mrs. Romo Gentlnella and took 100 WATCH BANDS Nr.. 2 for 1.01 BUFFERED

any rll.rnll) . . . . 1,600,468.75 IS books trading stamps but
Mrs Elbert E. Wilson Mrs. ASPIRIN
5. Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves Robert P. Dean. For PicnicAll didn't bother money or Jewelry 9c AIR' REFRESHER, n19S eeaeN 2 for .99 ...-' Z $Jttd\ valet without Icy

) . . . . . 15,308,193.99 Lake Wales up,,,

8. Fil.d.n.ts. . . . . 411,474.12 Mrs Kenneth Sister Eckerd Drug Storte will _- 1 MOTH PROOFER a..Nd 2 for 1.96MINI i toe/ 2'
10. Other assets . . . . 60,123.16 Lake Alfred be dosed Sunday May I, ao iwlmmtr The baby,. keeping porpoise pace I n a with strong Its or

Mri Robert H. Ptlu,. that Eckerd employees may attend mother. Thebat Ulllalh swims AND UNIfBILLFOLDS

II. TOTAL ASSETS . . . S34.525.I7I.I6' Tampa the annual company picnic with the Up of Its fllppet touch Sic EXTENSION CORO49eUCHURriUIOiw I" 2 f for .It"0
Webster L. Myen.Hslnes The affair will be held at the r
the mother' aid
LIABILITIES new Eckerd: warehouse offU 2 for .50
City 10101111I l Itsthet f,i* stylitX.210,2.99
12. Demand deposits of individuals, Mrs Annie Streeter. tee on V. S. Hwy 19, south R'' IIIJ1

partnerships, and corporations (19.492,792.83 TUESDAY'S ADMISSIONS! In Clearwater, according to 79c SHOWER CAPS 2 for .80
Jack M. tckerd, president of
13. Time and deposits of individuals Winter Haves
savings of Florida.Special ..
tckerd: Drugs -"' ..
end 10,571,176.55. Mrs Joseph H. Baker -
partnerships, corporations
will :
buses bring "I'111
Marilyn Curry Garland Denmark INGSWOODSPROTT CABA NO"1" ( WWW (1 n... ,100 ,
14. of United States Government .
Deposits the 2/a
from east
tekerd personnel / I/1
. . . . . . '145,428.69 Mrs Edgar L Ed cast More than 1,000 employee CREAMS andLOTIONS i i I b-j i t0'i1MN/N: / 111 tSNtlNilllf

15. Deposits of States and political tub wards Baby Pamela Evans and their amities are e*- ffi-w <.. 00W : !)
Mrs John S. Exum and Infant INYSMituse.,5
divisions . . . . . 2,186.973.44" Mrs pected to a i tend. 2 'tux 1.11 tee / POw5uer... ,
son George R. Ford. JR ,-...
17. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 129,173.24 uo COli Cur na N JtortBt' I" .It mos" "mll/eurr. "ot sty
Mill Caroline Ives /
The Miami Beach Plral Na ClU.SlN' unoll e w '''__, a.011,
t I
18. TOTAL DEPOSITS 132,525.544.75 Johnson Mrs Robert Mann 10 J (or 111, eNt J ,.,
llonal Bank hag formed a complete STATE CU.-Silt' tithed p. w I It "VII ."
Mn. Rena D Mellor, Dr. Hul- speaker's bureau made upof 10 2 tor 101NNIIMT : ..,i I-.cIIIOIIUUI-
(Cal) Total demand dab Mitchell Rufus Norman, expert In the field of tank REPRESENTATIVE"UWRENCI : tills s w 2 'fN 211 ,0- "II UNOIIf. ... 2''hr t 70
deposits . $20,428,708.20 Joseph J Pate. Mrs, James CReddick. tog to speak to local. civic clubs } M NOIMOM t'UM t II 210121 I IIII wlige a 1 1' 2/45' 'JI.Jt
"'u. .. ,
Joseph P. Sullivan and community organizations. .""1111I. a 2W: 101 161 Yf7IYIN' 17t r 2/45'10
-- ---- N1115illliMtl/ a II q
Total time Aabvadale I Z ref
(Ibl) < Uir q
and savings Baby Marcus W. Chapman, OF ARAIIA" *t 1:00.4:35.1:10 P.... i fie nil tOtMalMw.. ,.. s.. u; ih Mill win im w_. ZZItI sa: t

deposits $12.096.836.55 Marvin Mercer Off II:4: P.... CMMM! IW, .... I F M. TOOAT-TMUlf. 1" WTs) W Mt">'N .KV ..*. ar 2 loses .2t'" OA2,1 h/045 tar*' .... .70

23. TOTAL LIABILITIES . . $12.525.544.75CAPITAL Deals tJI C0108M lUfl a...".. "...... Ior/: 1 It I II IOIH IfffIIf re W r Z Pet ,so"Ina

ACCOUNTS Baby Travis Lake Alfred Crews Today thru Thurs. 'UJU" .r.ra? 2f tar1 S1 Ile UIU ft. INritenl-.. '.;. ..? its, IAI. ,
11 ewIMgt.a' 2 rot
Mn Etta: Reynolds. J 'j' 2 1 16 UMTICII a"la roe 1.SI lie $3pff '.., .11
26. Common stock- par value per share M CMMtflM4ts aaa e I f. AIN WL 'U II1ftl "ot .f)I '
$100.00 JOT COTTON Stua.n Mea 2or, JG,
No. shares authorized 6.000 HILLS Tee EST PICTURE OF THE YEAR! a ai ......aea -,... I.

No. shares outstanding 6,000 . $ 600000.00 (LTD) Polka responded Ar.AOCM'f" (. NNC.R . .

27. Surplus . . . . . 1150000.00 promptly Tuesday night rhea! a

21. Undivided profits . . . 249626.41 fraaUc woman called to report ,

that a prowler was trying to .......... Nt par. 4 N I ......,f.1Mi ., 111 r
30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 1999626.41 break l inU her bouse
II. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND When they arrived, the off) Caealaq FRIDAY sad SATURDAY +. S*llfttKM Ik7 iw, I I IM Nesar lpa&N JI ; I Jt l

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . . $34.525.171.16$ ten found only .. embarrassed r lets ,..... Bride' M 1 It w.aMen u." .. .' ... 1.1t

NOTE called housewife during who a said frightening\abe bad 1 wT(.... 1aN. e'e '( I .Ip 1NeIMea I..... r.I'. r 'II

veeu '1" It ,.._ see J....... .
32. Time tertffkates, ef depend; outstanding Igfatmsre. GRFAT JNterNK '..?..... v ; II"

. . . . . $ 3297600.00 .... r 'ERRORSOO1EDY .*>* suns 1M ** 11 I h .Natters ewe rears a 5w.-. 1 t....ie JM451

I, Charles K. H....", Vita President and Cashier, of 'Et t"'CT '" .r.-w'.. taut rer '.H

the abov..Aa. eed bank de hereby declare' that this. reportof !M n. the U.f cur riot MIlS O7 WI nilp .. tiw IAllllANDERSON'S
condition ft tre and correct to the best of my knowledge

OffN AT S:M 'J4. a HtlfT tMOW Af 7:18 f.M.
the .dertfgned: directors attest the correctness
.f this report, of ceedvKon and declare that it boa beeneiamrned C W TONITf and THURSDAY NtTI -. CWZS fi A DRUG CO.MAX

by us ad t. the best .f .w knowledge and JR. Ceeyesi KHe .. .

beRef h true end correct. Sea. .

R. W. CLAPP 5TATIREPRESENT Iri eHe 9 rrfe4 U "A VIIT PRIVATk AfFAIR" O. DAY Owner Pharmacist


HUNTER HYER Director En4ertainraa.t 279 W. C.fltr.I A".. CY ]-m1Wednesdey




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29. 1964Winter

Haven Daily News-Chief Today's Washington WindowBy Letters To The EditorDear Quotes From |

w. E. HYNMSON IIdlr.r.P.Wlskor
JOHN W. RYNMSON A..',.... to Mi. NWItk.r :
LYLE C. WILSON having a go at it, but be baa Dear Editor- The News
NMIiheel the. Wtittor N.va. While reading. the toltowtaf editorial tt
dilly leicept Setvrwey) by CommentaryBy Untied Press lrMtfealThe little far to show In the Concerning yaw \iB
so way
vbflihlnf C.., Inc. I IU Ira Street N.W. Winter He..., Hart** story recently. I felt every voter Thursday. April 91. we would
brakes seem to be slipping of result That don net mean
-- -- -- should ita
take bead. of attention to
CHARLES OSHORN "._1 Manager on President Johnson's necessarily that Johnson cannot like to call your Vetted Prnal..tiellliWASHINGTONFatllar I
.. PifiL NEWBOM message tad possibly you editorial
to you
an arror your John
---- -- But does
JACK MAHAN : .. Aw..l.h Miter UPI Ftrtif. News Analyst be economy, of course band wagon that economy It eoald mean do that the some job. persons it will could help me by printing It mentioned that tile Winter Haven F. Cronin el the National Cathi\
-- In alaapy aid Vientiane. .
dusty la Letters To
The BdMorTODAY swimming i
KTIR .. prospects want to withhold their cheers High School site Welfare at a
J SULLIVAN' AeWtWng h4. in were over-bdlyhooed
.---- capital of Laos, participants or that the President overacted for his economy until there U rM THE BOSS team had won no meets this religious .leaders in support of
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVI a government power struggle Today I will walk Wo a two meets bill
his role as dollar more substantial evidence of It. year. We have won the civil rights :
Shift.. .." t Aitccietei. Inc CIII...., III. dropped ..ostiUUc3 long enoughto plnche That need not worry .Johnson voting booth Just around the this year although we have There has been a great

(b... 4 ei Sec.*) Cleu Mall Matter Sept e, If 14 et the. Pas Ol. attend an af-dsy funeral and! It was noted .in this span much if any He ia well established corner from home and toll met defeat In our other meata wakening of conscience among

In Winter H...., Flerlda, under .et .f 104..111. lift The normally cheerful last January that: with the public-toe vot- everybody how I want my However, we would like to church and synagogue mane-
-- .-, -- _.-- aaay-golng Laotian would ra- President .Johnson's INS ten-M an economy man The country NIL thank you far giving due here fai the past year. Many
seen that at any time observe the last Today. I am the boaala have to rtalict that racial .
MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU budget and the publicity ma Louis Harris poll February recognielon to the Lake Regina begun
: I playing. of the fountain in the neuvara preceding it have ere. reported that II per cent of the a 'way, of course, Emboss Yacht and Country club for diaerimiMtiofi h first of

.'. I ... OF CIRCULATIONS lit, square than concern them. sled the public .Image Johnson people gave Johnson a favorable in my country every day the use of its pool We would .U a moral wrong"
.... ahaj with eriaia And so It Intended his ability to keep of the Government by
to create. It la the rating on year also like to take this chanceto
could not be coaaldered unua Image of a stow man with a government spending under the people they say The people openly exprets our thanks MIAMI A Cuban refugee
MEMIER sal that in the midst of grave, buck Net coetrol That is one of John. when down describing the failu' of widespread .
Art!*. Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL a penny ptacher you come to to the Board of Directors and
NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United Fran l Ii entitled, t. the ese new developments official activIty maybe but a dollar-pfncher." son's most valuable campaign it, is me. members of the Club for all rationing under Premier

ASSOCIATION for republieatien .f all lecel news printed should give way to a day That paragraph was written aueti But I don't work full time their co-operation We know Fidel Castro:

If 44 In thu .newipeper will .i ell UPI, of mourning for a national last Jm 22 after a flood tide at governing I've got my own our season this year could not "Theoretically everybody has

Newt Dupetchei, hero. of White House budget leaks, job to do a living to earn have been as successful with.out a right to two pain of shoes a

ADVERTISING DEADLINE Momentarily freed from all touching on economy. It The a lawn to mow, kids to play their help. year one for working and one
house arrest and Lighter doesn't workout
appearing but It
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT) was an even two months after with and bawl out and love Morris Elawlck for dress "

ly the Wrdi, ,11 P M. Prevleui Dey ly fh. IncK 1PM. rVevleui Day cheerful was Premier Prince President Johnson succeeded to and look after. So for the Bob Hollmeycr that way

legal Noticed ;.M. PrevleMt Day, Sunday Editien: Deedllnei Friday: Souvanna Phouma. the White House hard Job of running the country CocaptainsEditor's
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT Gen. Koupraslth Abhay, nomInal The Treasury has Just reported CHICAGO Judge Richard
Sunday. ".. ._. P.M. Thursday: Monday. ._1 P.M. Frldtyi bead of the revolutionary its position as of April SideBy I hire other men smarter B. Austin presiding at the $20

Tnei4ey Edition-Neen Saturday; Wedneiday, Thundey. and. Friday forces which sought first to depose 22, five months after Johnson fellows than myself I hope, Note At the time million fraud trial of Teamsters -

Edilloii.--3 P.M. Tw. Days In Advance. Souvanna Phouma and took over. The Treasury figures but with the same kind of the editorial was written your union President James R.

Member Southern Newipeper Pukliikan AiiecletlenMember then to make him a figurehead reveal that in the five DICK WEST heart and purpose team hadn't won any meets Hoffa In dismissing a juror
premier WASHINGTON (UPI)-Socl-! They govern for me butI congratulations In gettingIn who said his wife was going to
Florid. .. Atiecletien played a promnent months period Nov. 22-April 22, our
role as son of the deceased the Johnson administration has ologlsts. tell us It is bad thing I keep tabs I listen to what the right column have a baby next month:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The dead man was Kou Ab spent approximately $50i billion for one class of people to bear they say I watch what they W.E.R. "I'll not deprive you of that
Iv Carrier' ar Mail malice toward another class In do. It's a big country I live You excused"
hay former of the and tutti are
president collected in about pleasure
Year. fit.10; i mentht. 110: I month.. |4.fti I month, fill: theory, I ag-ee In, and there's for different TbeAlnesnac .,
royal council the amount. Since Nov. room -
weekly II cent. Single Cepieu, Dally, I centi) Svndey, 10 eats same
In however there
There to pay him homage 22 the public debt has increased practice ways of looking at Bv United Press International BUTTERNUT, Wls Village /
TELEPHONE CY" ." Mltl' was Crown Prince Vong Sa- from $3077 billion to is one class of people In this things I vote for the people Today Is Wednesday April President John Jehn, describing ,

Rang, accompanied by Gen $309 billion U.S gold holdings country that I simply can'tatand. who see things as I do andif 29, the 120th day of 1964 with the plight of the community ,

Phouml Nosavan, right wing decreased in the same periodby enough other people agree 248 to follow after destruction by fire of Its "

commander about $110 million. that's the the thing gets The moon is approaching Its only Industry: "
who took no part No matter how hard I try. I way
A Thought For Today In the coup, Spending and tax collection cannot subdue the feeling of done last quarter. "The company wain't only" 'j t

In outwardly quiet Vientiane In the current (1964)) fiscal animosity that Is aroused In That's what it means to be The morning star Is Saturn. our present but our future.
the year are running well ahead of the DOM In The evening star ls Venus.
only .Ign of stress was In me by "seasoned air travelen"otherwlae your own country
the patrolling security forces of fiscal 1963 The Treasury Issues known as the "tran Now there are places in the On this day in history: Sim// IV TIME
"Paul an apostle (special messenger) of Jesus Gen Siho Lamphoutacoul 29- its daily statements in quil class" world where a man like me In 1862 New Orleans, gateway .

Christ by (through) the mil of (the purpose and of) year-old driving force behind terms of withdrawals of- fund You will find a few of themon Is not the boss They don't to the Mississippi River YUCATAN. Mexico( (UPI) ,
and deposits of fund These and once a stronghold of the Mal.knoll Father Thomls.O'Roul'ke ;
the revolutionary committee airliner. They flop let him vote Or they march
God, to the saints (the consecrated, set apart ones) every
ar* roughly but not preclely Confederacy, fell to Union was disturbed that a
which demanded reorganizationand their seats in attitudeof him to and
into an
some public place
which at Ehpetus who the faithful loyal) in forces. lot of brides-to-be In this town ,
are to and
are enlargement of the pre.mler'l equal expenditures receipts Intense boredom and immediately tell him whom to vote for. I
In 1913, Gideon Sundback of were choosing out-of-chuieh :,:
Christ Jesut. Eph. 1:1 cosritlon government Here are some compir: drop off to sleep think the voiceless people of ?
alive figures of 22 Hoboken N.J,, yin granted a Kcddlngs
But if the of Laotians as April ,
Our spiritual activity reaches its zenith of effectiveness majority 1964: those lands are watching me patent for the "tipper" He asked whY. It's too expensive -
were able to Ignore the Or they briefcase and
when we are so filled with the glory of Divine new crisis world could 1964 1963 nonchalantly: open begin to as I leave my house today In 1945 the bodies of Italian to get married in thechurch ",
capital pad an
saying: "There goes a lucky "
he told.
(In billions) dictator Mussolini and his companions Padre was
calling and power that we are conscious only of God. expense account. mans
not.Premier Then he asked: "What's the
Withdrawals $1011 $ 96.T executed by partisansthe
Souvanna Phouma That Is one thing I dislike N
-Dr. Albert! L. Carnett la this of mine we
country most expensive Item for the
Deposits 911 83 ( day were hung in a
remained In the class.
office only throughthe tranquil They '
love freedom so much and wedding" and was told It was
Public Debt 309 303.S public square in Milan
are They refuse to do ''I
strong of
representations hate force so much, that I am the wedding dress
Gold 15.4 15( their share of the In 1845 American soldiers
Wsshlngton worrying not even forced to vote. I So the priest went to a dress ,
The popping figure In this liberated 32,000 Nazi prisonersat
eye They leave It to the other
News Chief Editorials Fearful that new civil war passengers could stay home today If I shop and bought two wedding
could at daily statement for April 22 Is to do all the work Dachau, the oldest of the '.
erupt any moment
liked. I could aleep late and dresses He now rents them to
for tax collections on that day, Nazi concentration ,
Americans in Vientiane such\ as looking! out the windowto campsA '
were take It and let others do brides who are delighted to
$15,452,900. There Is some make certain the wings are easy thought for the day-Eng. ''
placed on standby alert
thing with a government the job of choosing huh Alfred get married in church .
Les Dunson In Moscow and In Pol- in pUce.I poet Tennyson once
even I could who'd want -
that cannot live within Its Income but said: "In the spring a young
there '
ping aeemed obvious
County government is big business, and to have desire that the questionable an when the money rolls in personally don't fly very to1 What spirited man or woman man's fancy lightly turns to SHOP WINTER HAVEN ,;

the at such a rate although not often but when I do I at least would loaf through a day thoughts of love."
best operation it is essential t6 have a man in theCommiseloner's neutrality of Laos should bpreserved ,JON
every day Is such a big payday have the good taste to be like this when be can go out ,
chair who combine .buslness acumen for the Treasury and write the
frightened by It. boldly on page
and operating background-Les Dunson has both. Logically the arguments, It was hard of the to rev dlspule The hump-backed US, taxpayer .. The other day a member of of history: "Here's,how I want YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

In both patent and generous the tranpuil class with things run In my country"?
Over the past four years we have watched 6ur former olutlonary council accessto t
The Tressury's receipt the public prints had the No today I am the boss andI
city mayor go into this tough job and help to Junta leaders charged that from the In fiscal 1954 WVIO-TY WFLA.TV WFTV-TV WTVTTVChannel
bring public
the Communists had hamstrung audacity to complain aboutt must act like a boss Today.I t Channel I c....... 1 Ctejacel II
abput< stabilized and efficient county government. the effectiveness of the 1062J were $71.6 billion of which $29.5 oil little essages that air must vote ,My freedom myfcapplnasi CIS ? ,', ,,, 'I AI I CIS I

\Mr\g: knowledge of how to operate% bualYieaa\Sue\ :* >> Geneva accord which ettabllshed billion tar In was this personal Intern of '8*< ''::11ne pllotf' occasionally, ldetty.f'; I\' roju pridat..M" an OHenele. :,:':,:T::.:L., .0rlaade: : Teoew

cessfully he has been instrumental Laotian neutrality arid t'sbebublit! wllllbe .over the public address system American are bound up in '
in helping bring receipts from r I '
116 claimed' the information that 'NIGHT
simple and wonderful act 29
by use of the veto had del. Wednesday < April
$114 rVhict individual income
about )
better and
tax-saving operations.for the citizens strayed the uiefulness' Of the contained In the reports 'wan David Fisher
of the county.We taxpayers will contribute usually unimportant and accomplished
International Control Commission $47.S billion disturbing i:00-New. N...... Sports, Newt, Weether MM Newt
feel that he should be returned for another set up to enforce that netrallty All of these figures will be his nothing beyond ..11-5,..*., W then WeatherJO Ee'itwlal. Sp'" Seerti, Wider

four to carry higher for fiscal 1965 and repose Wan Street Chatter ": -CIS N.w. NIC Newt AIC New CIS Newt
years help out the projects he is
many They demanded a govern thereafter Perhaps the man NEW YORK (UPI) Reynolds 4: -CIS Newt NIC Newt Newt, Weether CIS Newt
That Is another thing I find
working on at the present time. We feel that he will ment with unity of action, has not appeared who can re infuriating about the tranquil & Co. says the recent 7:00-Gl.nn I...... 0..... V.Itey Ch.,...". Lucy Shew

do his part and more to help make Polk a better countyin From the United States pointof duce government spending, cl.... They seek to impose heavy selling on the stock market Ml-Cl.nn l..vII 0....h Valley Cheyenne Ucy Shew

which to live work and enjoy life. We recommendhim view Laotian neutrality also compel! the government to live their own peace of mind on reflects investor distrust of 7:10-CIS lit peril The Virqln. Ch" .... CIS ..,....
had been a disappointment It within Its Income and to begin other passengers the speculation Canadian mining 7:4S-CIS Reports The Virgm! Cheyenne "D. Ceullet.

to all voters. had not eliminated Communist a realistic reduction of the public I believe I the majority stocks and traders taking
.. ,
I:00- Report The Vr! .m Patty D. Reek el
And while we are at it we also wish to endorse Viet MInh forces from Laos nor debt. President Johnson is view when I say that the their profits after anticipating I:It-CIS Reports The Vlr.mI ... Shew '.w.,"

Floyd Woods of Medulla and Aldine Combee of Lake had it closed the Ho Chi Minn- announcements coming from most of the good business :10-Tlghtrepe The Virglnlae The F."" .,'. roadway
trail down which the Communists t the crew compartment are news I:4S-Tiflhtrepe The Virginia. OniigMer Gas Latin
land. Both of
these young men have done outstanding fed the Communist VietCong highly Informative. But Reynolds views the sell-

work on our well-run County Commission ; both deserve of South Viet Nam Memories It la always nice lo know off as a healthy correction and ':00--Hillbilllel Hlllbilliei Etptenegetill tpleeege her." Guy C..y Hill HillbilnNl. 1/1I1I/ '

a return to office But half t loaf was batter that there really la someone In looks for "real support" to develop t:JO-Dick Van Oyk. Etpienatet I." CII., Dick Va Dyhe
than none, and so the US the crew compartment around the 810 level of :4S-Diet Van Dh tiplenege less Casey Dick VIII DybeCh.ebmat.

sought to preserve what political 20 YEARS AGO the Dow-Jones average. The
A New Man balance in Laos tbare Miss Gertrude Fleet was en- Rather than abandon the brokerage house adds that it 00-Danny K.". Th. I lit" Hoer Danny KayeCh.ckmN.
10:It-Denny Kay The IKh Hour Danny K.".
was. airlines should does not at
the good
to encourage see a
route Riverside Call for practice reason
10 10 The I Ith Hour Ch.ckm.t.
: -Danny Kaye Duey Kaye
To take the place of Representative Ben Hill FORT MADISON la. a visit with her brother-la.law their plloti to communicate this time to sell Investment 10:4t-Denny K.". The I Ilk. HarI Ceckm.f." Danny Kays

Griffin, who is running for Senator Kingswood -Vacuum cleaners and washing and sister Lt. and Mrs Seymour with the psssengers grade securities
Morse more often. A bedtime story or t 11 1 :00-Newt New. "''t. Wtr Newtlhi N.... Sports,
Sprott Jr., attorney from Lake Wales, has placed his machines last year "mined 10 YEARS AGO two would help Walt McKibben of Forbes Investographa Milt-S ..*,. Wthec '01. Taleteit trlal.. Wther W.".", I.terlal' .
more than I ISO.000 worth of I 11:70-Th.atr..l Sb.. Let. ,
TenigM Shew SvrfiWe t
hat in the ring for Representative.; Although And when the air
gets that interest
young, 14-karat sold In this Mississippi The canal commission was I IMS- the. Stare Tenight Shew Let Shew Swfilde t
he has been able to amass a lot of experience overa River community Gold that. to take over the new dam bumpy the captain should do Is starting to shift away from
flecks on In and which replaced the washed out more than tell the passengersthat the bluest chips toward secondary
short length of time. And he has been able to grinding polishing MORNING 30 I
carrya of nibs at the Shutter structure at the south end of the plane has encountered issues But McKibben April ;
real civic load that bespeaks a young man going Pen plant la salvaged dailY Lake Lulu turbulence II. should invite states that Investors 'who look

places He was legislative assistant at the 1961 Florida from floor sweepings. wash S YEARS AGO them to come up to the cockpit for a resurgence In speculative 7:00-Wate-Up Today Skew co.." Day
water and workers' Mrs Amelia Newland left and sit in his lap. stocks special situations and 7,11, Mewls r...., Shw7x10Web.Up New G..4 Day
Legislature which gives him some background in apront Tea.y Sh.. Midi. Evans Gad. Day
for two months visit with over-the-counter stocks "are
smocka and a
by special For us unseasoned air travelers 7145M..I. T...., Shew Midi. bas G..4 Day
the in which
manner our legislative body operates lIe bit "
attachments on those standard her sister Miss Eileen Wagoner otherwise known as the being a previous He gays

is Assistant Public Defender for Polk Highlands and household appliances In Honolulu, Hawaii coward class, that voice on the there arc "lola of high quality I:00-detain. Tea-ay Shew Mubie h.. Cupid
Hardee secondaries lagging the market lilt- K.....*. Today Sbs.. liAidi. Evans K.......
counties Intercom' Is a security symboland (and) this Is their turn next be- I:JO-Caetaln. T..-., Shew C.rt..III. C.,.....

lie was graduated from Washington and Lee University DAILY CROSSWORD Never'we' Never 11 never! Never let! it '0. fort the speculative class." 555Kuge.. Today Shewf C.rt."vlli. K.....,..

and holds the rank of Captain U.S. Army ACROSS DOWN 1aCom- r' ) ., :00-Americen" T...,'. Me.ie Es.r.lse Mining M..I.
1. Dull pain 1.South munl.te U I N 1:15-Hutny "lad.M.1:30Rempsr C."vlll. "His A
Active Reserve.
He is a member of the Florida and
American 15. BIIhA '
5. Chum < ( lee's D.sp.nd.a"1:45R.mp. Cert..vill. C.ck.y.dCae.es.in.
American Bar Associations. He has had life-time t. Chamber indian test) H '. J. I 1 : ( Slim Jim Devil W.,4.
10. Sand 1.More std" 1!.Ood. .. DIAL WSIR Proqram I M+O
interests in the citrus industry and his father is cur. .... ..
forth fashioned: dip -- 10:00-CIS Newt J. Craig Svanlah L.... Mening MevieSpenith ;
rently serving on the Citrus Commission. He is mar. U Cut, a* iLJ. of J 10,It-CIS Newt '. .,', Me leWar1 letacnt Meming Meoie
the roast Lined dawn A WEDNESDAYAnemuoa a W Moraine New' Roundup 10:18-1 U** LeeyIQ fr W.... Me* li Right. I Uv Uyffic
Tied and has two sons. We recommend this man to 11 Vaclllat with effort 20 Dregs I : $ I w Mutual N.w. I W If Oeod Valuea MoraineS lor UvtnaT :4t-I U.. lest Were1 lr Werj .It Right I Uve !Lucy

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help county in Tallahassee ofcorundum 22. Brief '
our 4. Variety
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re. ..:: 4 S Want A I....- IB La. ,H4Mua Tiller .lilt S-The McCeyt Centantratlen Menage The "'cc.,.
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Legionnaires Haven Banker Cup- Goes 1,000 Jam Nora Mayo Area Death

**kwetJ Prom Page OM) the Impugnment of Winter ContUMtd rreaa Page One) ties, whet he declared "I'ta MM. MART ANN WALKER

the Water Raven Ham** ReItttoM aa...." i ie date Scott Kitty then mode. an the best men In. this race any Mr*. Mary AM Walker sod
Commute*: aad M appear**** ad Made a rowing "
He listed some of the high- wit MM Tenth It.. NW died ye
HoMMeetg active Member of Rotary lights of .this. committee work. ...... say ....... adtnlttiM kerdey sftenoon .kt the Winter
H. to aecreUry-treeoejrer" of sad cited tile chairman and in He sett feet hit oppenenlt that CMtfln's cbargea were. Have Hoaptttl after a lengthy
the Florida' dtp awl the Or- many ceaet their assistant took at a? they have not been true But he said he did pay Ideas. .

In ant hit TmwMewa Cmb. The Beau cstien Committee getting one*** sleep. and for port of the geaolis wfcM
Clearwater lid I* a member of Ik* beard under WlOard Frederick thrrr i il a ....... be rode to TtUihlltet Ae was a native of Johns

of the Americaa: Red Croat has been reepontible for the When they lie down at District l county commielion : tow. Pa, awl moved to Lake
Elmo Hood former com Ireland called on Refer tree removal campaign to 1 I : night,"' bo SOW... ''UIe, hear candidates were neat. Alfred In 1MI She moved tWhaler >

mender of the Winter Hvta app. president of the Exchange : date having counted more than that rumble. ta the sky of that They all gave their ideas M Haven 20 years ago

FrIsreon-Nkbol. Legion Port National Bank, to asalit 3,000 dead tree disposed,! of : Go Team bwflding up ..... how the county should be rm Ski was a retired practical
and alto a part area and itato him in makteg the presentation inaide the city Special mention t t "We ire aetttag down to Speaking were George R. mane .nd. former
department commander bead- It was dipp who was made of Frederick's graaa recta polities and tile Burt. J. H. (Bill) Kegky.Frtnclt member of the Winter
ed the reaetatioM committee awarded the cup to Rynersonlast assiatantt In this project who gran root are on fire My L. Pipkha. and incumbent Haven Rebekah Lodge

which introduced mere thin 20 year. The cup I II offered Included David Giddings I opponents want to put out that Floyd Wood She I* survived by a daughter

reaolutkma It the seventh dia- by American. Exchange and James K Owens, Col H E. fire But they cant dig enough The county commission District Mrs W. M (Juanita) Jack
met constitutions! conference Lake Region Bank of Com Sprague, R W. McKibbon and ; well, or lay enough hose to 3 rice developed tome tea ef Winter Haven; a son
held in Clearwater the past merce. members of the Winter Haven atop the 'Go Team.' fi..worb.Incumbent. John James Walker of Winter
weekend. In accepting the award Woman's Club. Frederick was Kelly said Florida needs a Lee W. Dunton Haven; and five grandchildren.
Rynerson said, 'I've only been presented with a certificate of.ppr6CI.Uoa businessman governor lie of Winter Haven spoke first.
Between 600 and 700 LegionBalrea doing what I think everyone "for Funeral servelet will be held
outstanding 1t said he has stood up on controversial He proceeded: to poke barbs
attended the conferencefor should do for the
community o'cock:
tomorrow morning at 11
community service
lasuet. He is for unemployment it his opponent James J.
which the Clearwater port He then called upon hit wife The Airport Committee with .I from the OttLaughlin ChapelwRh
__ compensation forseasonal Musso He challenged him to
was host. and his ion and duehter.ln.law. the! Rev Darold N Storm
Truby Jones aa chairman, !had citrus workers. And tell the nature and location of
Mr. and
J. W. Clark of Winter Ha- Rynerson, to stand Mrs and shareIn Jack done an outstanding job In ht it not Involved in day today his business. lie laid he has pastor of the Lake Alfred First
Methodist Church officiatingBurial
getting Improvements
ten presided aa district com- the tribute. at Gilbert mud.aliDilne. never been to l county commission
will follow In Oak GroveCemrtery
minder. In the annual election "From Field, Carpenter reported. The next candidate up were meeting, ind challenged
heart I thank
my Alfred
So had the Promotions In Lake
Chick Willette of Tampa was Committee for the date senate seat vacated hit "sincere interest
you very very much Ryner under Warren Pall bearers will be EugeneS.
elected new commander. The Scckel when he said he had been In
son said. by Kelly announced Musso Davidson,
Don Wil
esslon was addressed by State The presentation was responsible for the for governor. business in Lakeland K yean.Ht .
was made U.S. Open Black Bass Championship slam Hamilton. E. W. Revel
Department Commander Jack Is the S. Yancey. who had It beer distributor,
as tradition at the annual the Florida Air Quilltan now a Jr., John McGuire and Char
Adams of Green Acres and Installation Dinner of the Derby, the Miss Cheerleader laryngitis. and could barelyepak \ and collects $11,000 t month lea L McCarty
Commander Arthur Mc Chamber of Commerce, held USA Contest and other promotions cited the fact that he In taxes that the county gets friends may call at the O'tLaughlln
Carthy. this year at the Lake Region for Winter Haven had held numerous jobs it hit "I will not be a tool of special Chapel tonight from

Reports on the conference Yacht and Country Club. The Roads Committee of -_.. main qualification. interest" he said "I will Sto9S .

were given at the Frlerson- Herbert E. Apple was toastmaster which J. Hunter Hyer is chair MAN AND WIFE OF THE YEAR-William E, Rynor. Ht then said "I am not a not build roads for my campilgn .
Nichols weekly meeting Tuesday and called on John bad shown results member of the board of directors contributor 1 will run
man, with tilt
winner of the hnke, with Mrs
Cup Rynerton
W son o the Peace Walter J. DelL ..ndB.n'
night conducted by Commander Carpenter Jr.. presidentthe four-lanlnr of Hwy. 17 north of my Insurance company my own campaign and will not
few moments after h* wet picked ai Winter Haven Man opponent Eloy (Del)
past for
'Yflr.C.rpenter else running
H. R. SummervUle to Lake Alfred and progress on or grocery chain t am aid anyone
who had attended the conference reviewed activities : the rebuilding of the Lucerne of the YII'. only a small citizen burdened the county commission" Delgado.
along with Hood AdjutantBen of the Chamber of Commerce Park Road Carpenter said with too many taxes lie said he will work for Job The public address systemwas

Ashmead Vic Commanders during his term, and The voice of Winter Haven Mrs. McCone Women Voters Ben Hill Griffin Jr. of Frost security for county employes, giving trouble to Del,.
Don Koehler and Chester installed hit successor Ar has been heard on may IssuesIn proof cited his qualifications for a vocational technical center do spoke without It. using on

Schoonover and Dick Lichten- nold Silvert. Washington through the auspices Dies At Age 63'Funeral Issue ReportOn lie then answered charges and for "more boat ramps ly "my natural voice." which
Carpenter said the organlution of was at loud as the public address
waiter and Ed Msrotti. theCougressioalAc. that he represent special Interests. Instead of letting property
The conference also heard "had a good year," tion Committee headed by services for Mrs CandidatesReports owners clot them off." system
talks by Bill Edwards Ken which was due to the "more Albert Griffin, and the Industrial the District 1 seat Incumbent
Mae Reese Aston: M Con.. 83. "Well now, do you call the For
Moyer and Jim Roberts, candidate 20 committees which Committee with MarlowBalt.r of 14th St., ZephyrhilU. will be on the statewide citrus Industry the cattle Industry Aldlnt Combee Bob
made noble it the helm
contribution to and Jack
for department commander has held Friday morning it 10:30: candidates are being distributed the farming Industry Jones, and Joseph F Sedmera
McKay assisting, a new
at the stat conventionin industry started In the Lake at the: First Methodist ChurchIn by the League of Women the tourist Industry the phosphate spoke.
Jacksonville June 47. Local Scranton Wins Blue Industrial Park.A Zephyrhllls, with the Rev Voters of Polk County, according Industry and others that The legislative candidates

delegates to the state meetingare (Continued From Page One) new committee headed by H L. Kinard Jr., pastor and to Mrs. Fred Carrier, produce the payrolls and generate finished up the program. Q.
Ed Bentley Lakeland Elmo Gordon Mead the president he Rev LeaKa K Womack Voters Service chairman economy for our people Quitmin Quinn. Jack Turner
candidate Issued
Hood Bill Clarke and Sum of the God and Mattoi ill told why
said, has begun study an Important pastor Assembly of special Interest! Ray
statement in which he said "itme.n.
merville. Adjutant Ashmead much to that fellow local field--flab and in Zrphyrhills, officiating Dur These reports may be obtained He Dent commented on fret the voters should vote for Jft.
was named among the four alternate citizens of me Massachusettsshould my lake. "We shall hear more on sal will follow In Flora: Memory from members or tt ride In special: .interest-owoed them for Legislative Group t. ttltOTT,
delegate from the dis show this confidence. I this subject In the near future," Gardens In Dade City the Winter navel Public U vehicles David B. Higglnbottom
islet: said Carpenter. brsry They were prepared by H* asked the voters to ask Ktngiwood Sprott Jr.. ..ndW.U.c. STATEREPRESENTATIVE
shall alway do my utmost to Mrs. McCone died Tuesday at, the League of Women Voters
Howard The post was advised by d.u. t\'Utlt." The Junior college battle, the home at her ton. Roy M of Florida his opponent "if he hn don Storey spoke for the
Enlow Polk County spearheaded by Rynersoa aa Reese In Eagle Like after along my fret riding lately\ with i Group 9 teat
service officer of the dedication With 1,055 of Massschusetta' chairman, "hat been great illness She was a native The local league U also providing certain special intireat lobbyist Also speaking were Constable
of the new county service lni! ruciaiti reporting, the against great odds, but Phase, ol Tallahassee and lived In Win voters of the area with lawyer from LakelandRoy Leon Thornton. Justice of .
office in the old Jail building at ambassador polled 27,483 votes the successful vote, la accomplished In- a report on county candidates ( Surles)." He went on to -- --

Bartow to be held from 2 to to Goldwater't 3577. Former and Phase S, the location ter fore Haven moving for to many Zrphyrhills years 21'ye.ra which will appear In theNews ask the voters to ask "if they For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139
S p.m. on Sunday. Servicemen Vice President Richard M. Nix. of the Junior college In Win- .
memberof -Chkf on Friday.Both hid dinner together In Joe'sSpighettl
of an groups attending are requested on. New York Gov. Nel.oa 1 ter Haven, la within our grasp," ago She was a louse( In Tillihit-
the First Me'.hodist Church *
to wear their caps Rockefeller Scranton Sen. he said these reports are nonpartlssn the before he r
ace night qualified.
and the Royal
Polk Th question has moved into of Zephyrhllls I
County commissioners will Margaret Chase Smith Michl.) aloe the League of ."
of AmericaShe .
be the realm politics and Is being Neighbors
special guests In recognitionof gars Gov George Romney and Women Voters never support Griffin and
their interest in veterans affairs Harold Staisen trailed in that treated "with unreasoning rea- is survived: by two ions or oppose any party or can wit Jumping up '
down toward the end of his 'O7'
order. son, Illogical logic and plain Bagwell Building Supply :
Roy M Reese of Eagle Lake didate. talk, somewhat like the Bet-
cu..ednlll. Carpenter -
Ed Hutchinson nomln.Un.committe. From the Democrats, Johnson and Harry A. Reel of Winter
chairman read received 24,918 votes Kennedy .said "but we will continuethe -
Haven; two step soni Perry
list of nominees for tbf'l|*cond brother of the late Pres- fight" to get the state's and Joe L. AUton both I Iell. ;
Anton : ,
." recommendation approved by Cell N*. 449 Ce* .. '
time There ntlp'hotteina Idftl1"hllled; '.124. I
from were > The Pennsylvania result the county school bard of ZepbyrhlUs, two jlep daughtens .,.., Ne..lUll I Cane,., He.JU.70. '" 1
boas the but
floor such '
Mrs Evelyn Brallier of .
The retiring president thank'* of Condition. ol .
edn still be mad. at the M.y. i from 7.463 of, 8,281 precinct ed "all members of the Chamber Lake Butler and Mri Iris Par THE AM Report RICAN NATIONAL SANKOf Report of Ceodltleo" of
meeting. gave Scranton 178,957 votes. the officers: and the board." nell of Oran Lake; nine THI AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Memorial brick at a $125 His nearest rival was Lodge Whiter HevetIn CYPRESS GARDENS
The "haa been a heartwarming grandchildren and one great IN
minimum may still be purchased who polled 81.620 Nixon Gold- year experience," he aald. grandchild tfce Stole of Florida, of the Clot of luslness. on Of Cypresi Cordeni
for placement in the new water and Rockefeller trailedIn then April 11, 194
Carpenter was presentedwith
Legion Hall set for dedicationon that order. a plaque\ appreciation of Friend may call: this eve Published In rttpente to tell made by Comptroller of, le MM Stile of Florid. e* the' Close. ol lutlewt. M

July 4. In Pennsylvania, Scranton's his contribution to the com munlIy. sing from 7 to I it Mitchell the Currency under Section SI I 11.I U. S, Revised Statutes April 11. 1944
Past Commander Clayton Nit- supporters were at first disheartened Funeral Home In Winter Haven ASSITS
bet has been discharged from when an all-day drlx- divert took the gavel then end bands and Published' (In rtiponst to call made by Comptroller of
Cash balances with ether
lie to wash I 1. 5211 U. S. Revised. Stttutts
appeared away under Section ,
the Lakeland Hospital and announced that Winter Haven collection S l.7ll.ll the Currency
cash Items In procenn.1
Ralph Kochan Is home from their hopes of a solid write-In "is on the threshhold of greater Postal Chan'gesCoaUnued
United States Government oblige
vote for their m.n.But 2.
the Winter Haven Hospital.INCSSWOOP. heights in the years to come" ASSITS '
late returns from Penn He pledged to keep the city "on ( From Fags One) bens, direct end oweranteed (Net of
I lylvinia's rural areas gave the the move" during hit term of contract offices of Southeast any ,...rwe'l) . . J.OU.6.16J. I 1. Cain balances with ether banks, and
J $ governor more than six times office. Installed the following Station located In the Cypress Oblloetlens .f Sttt and politicalsubdivlilons cash items In proceti ef collection 21I.SOO.SO

the number given his nearest officer! Shopper on Sixth St. SE, and (IN.t .f any reierveil' 1.009,074.1 2. United. States Government oblige

competitor, Henry Cabot Lodge. Albert Griffin, vice president the Inwood Branch located tn 4. Other bends, notes, end dbfltnrsIncluding Liens, direct end guaranteed (Net ef

causing the governor's supporters ; Carpenter second vie the Hook 'N' Line Bait Shop on (, 1.001,621.00 securitiesof any restrveil, . . . ""..4n.22I.
to urge him to "be ..nll..ble" president; and George W. Mul- Ave 0 In Inwood. Federal agencies and corperttiensnet Less end discounts IN.t.1, any *

!' "". a candidate* a possible GOP presidential Tins reelectcd.Jr., treasurer the latter Reel emphasized that no essential guaranteed by U. S.I, (Net of served, . . . . . :. MW

Massachusetts was another Silver then Introduced the 10 major service chances lilY re.ervesl) . . . . 1.00'.621.00I. .. Flied esaets "..114.4I
IPRQTT, JR. solid victory for Lodge who newly elected members of the are affected In the orders which Leans end discounts (Net of any ,e- 10.I Other assets . . . . 1,221,4: ,

earlier had won the primary in Chamber Board of Governors, were Issued to save $12.7 mil server| I14l.40.t4 -

STATEREPRESENTATIVE nearby New Hampshire on at follows: Rynerson, William lion There will be no change .. Fired assets . . . II. 170.2iS.94 II. TOTAL ASSETS . . 1t.014.f.406'I
write-In votes while serving as A. Berry, Marlow Baxter Dr. In home delivery or special 10. Other assets . . . . SS.Me.l9 I
U.S. ambassador In faraway George P. Graf, W. L. Whltler. delivery, for enirpl Regular LIAIIlfTIIS I

South Viet Nam. Glen Hicks, Carleton Lucius, business mall deliveries will II. TOTAL ASSETS . . SI2.SII,077.4
WiUsrd Frederick. C. 0.(Pete) continue aa usuaL Letters and 12. Demand deposits ef Individuals' part.
Spencer and A. B. Connor other first class mall will be nershlpt, and .." .,.tI.lII. . | JII.IU.o6I
handled with the same priority '12. Demand depeiitt of Individuals, ef Individ'
he said. end $ 7,019,197. I II. Time and savings deposit
"Polk at ever, ptrtnerthlpi, cerpererlent 114.114.12
end 'etlees
FLORIDA STOCKS' eels, partnerships, car
The economy step Reel.- II Tim and lavlna* deposits of Individ- 14. 0..1..1 United States .....,,,,,,..' ",.Iu.nII.
Here are the 1 p.n. rioting plalMd, U In line with president dell, pertnershftts, end .. ..ti.". )J.J9I.42J.4I ef States end pelitltel' tub
CountyA on Florida stocks aa reportedby Johnson'a program under 14 Deposits ef United Stttti Cover Dcpetiti 200.000.00

Franca I. duPont and Co. which the recent Federal Income meat . . . . . I4S.07I.24 divlile .21t.1III.
.fII.., sleeks ett. .
cad ,
Air Control J4<4 las cut was provided. 15. Deposits of Stttes and politic*! sub. 17. Certified

LEADER Tampa Electric: 25'4 The postmaster sUoremlnd- division' . . . . 7M.S7S.OI TOTAL DEPOSITS ,742.774.14_
Fiends Telephone 2SH ed all local residents to use 1 I6.D..it.'II."II. . 141,1)4.24 -
Plant Industries 2% ZIP code on their mall 17. Cert.fled end officer ch.ck..1g. 11.702.47 (11) Tetal demand de-

IN It. TOTAL DEPOSITS 11.411.01197. petit! 1441,11944bl

.r -- ( Tetal time I ted ;
( ) Total demand
Education"IAKS.LANO WELFARE a sevin9s deposits II I",UUI
deposits . 17,141,141.12Ib

LIDOln I I. tie 19S9 Settles of rW RorWo Lo..thshsr*. ( Tettl time 22, Other liabilities/ 7.921.24

t........ IlnnsA .."......, tv. Rev ....,... Pott c..tJ. "'"H.wa cad 1Y1IIt. 0,702.42
Mere tt, tee fief Reset..relvet, petted rite eltelle dep+titi . 1,147.14I.4S 21. TOTAL IIAIIUTIIS . 177" I

Lew MM eVcatkofly tst1cB.StMO Mpp rt of WeotrltMcy. -

Ace.,.. to .*. meads of rke Srote W4fero 22. Other Rtbffitiet . . . . (4.n'.11U. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS !
Pepes-tntonl, this sow .low loved the roi..#yert IaOtoej 24. Cemme steel per value/ per there I

EXAMINE THE RECORD *..... !. ... fint two vewt wirer It area TOTAL UAIILITIES fi i1,7 ,Of f 10.00 I IH.

,....L CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. ...... ovtkorlsed 11.000 I
RepreN.salve. Roy ....... U roco.olaed. M o.o 24. Comma itock,-for *.... per share No. tktrtt oMei dig IS.OOO t 110.000.00

I SHOUT S. BOON HAS PROVIDED of the Meet Mointed taetiben *f the Lo ttotero M SI 0.00 27. S. .... . 71000.00 I f fII.

The POSITIVE LEADERSHIP t. bring our W..... .-...... Ho bet served w CbelnsiM *>f MM No ....... .alit hed 27.000 Uo&tded profit . IM4I.II

Kneels t. the forefront in f1.,ide. How VI....*. Cenwsilne tor MM post two Seselotn.Re No. tberet ....t.a4i.: ..t 7.000 S 210000.00 19 Reserve . . 111.11 i:!

27. s.r p4.* . . . 4)0.00000
o This pregrem recognised by those (nowkdn &nEiptriiltce .tBG1a 21. U.d!.idd ,..r.*! . . 44.114.14 10. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS f 214.242.24 I
who THINK hat come tkroogd nerd !' II TOTAL UAIIL1TIES AND ''
work, dedicetie to Duty sincerity of Elect 10. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I 7..nU4 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $..0.......".

Pvrpese.Tke )l. TOTAL UAIHITIIS ANO -' ---

e efforts of politic tsporteaWsrt.
net cJeorf tile facts! won 12. Boo oortifteetei ol II.,.... oM*.dUg -
( prove RAYMATTOX 12. free tertrtWetet, ol 4 .,..;f ...- . . . . f S7.000.CO

tie**** C.mpbIs f /T4tltl! i J..et A. ....... Ceth.. of rko ab..o...-d

RESULTS i. Ueriorio' I .|. VWe Pre.u..t.-4 Ceek.tr.ef 6451 do b e.*e oVefere slot Ibis '.**.. of ooeditlo. e< It
FOR CONTINUED tie .k-..-"emed beak de bereby 4..... tfce* tfcit ,.. tees od seeped .. rko beet ol toekMKrljdg, &.f

port .. .o id*ioe; it .... od sneer to tfc. bt of *y JAM II A 6UIIWe. ,

ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE ....w,. *< MARJORII S. CAMPItU, lie wad.rsi***' *re ert eMeet tfc* oorrocreottof I

leST We, *... tWertifMd .......* .M... tie oc re<4.ettel I tfcU rot.or. .f .**.***** 11I4 4....... MM H bet boon

RE-ELECT rid retver* .. *e**$e. od deele.. tfce* M lot b.ee esee&a.d by as end to rho beet of ... ka..4edpo end.

BOONESchool SUta ...deed.. by .. end to .... .boot .. er !.....**de od b.ftel (* free eel cer..*.t.

SHELLEY I beCef It Sees end ....ed. UX HOOD


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.!''o SIx HAVEN !DAILY NgWSCHIC -WINTER HAVEN. apftlDA W.dn.sd.Yl April 29. 1964

FBI Warrant S Services Set Knifes Into State IIIIAIiI I

Charges r -1 ir r Al Eagle LakeTwo Squal

I (UPI-A wide squall also caused some damage at
queen of the Eagle line knifed down the Florida Castelberry, which is about 10
Kidnapping To BryanNEW + Lake First Baptist Church peninsula Tuesday, spawning a miles north of Orlando
Auxiliary will be crowned tornado high winds and heavy Rains forced the postpone
ir during coronation services at rains and forecasters say rain ment of all four games ached
ORLEANS (UPI) An upon Bryan In a shopping cen the church Thursday night at is likely for most of the state ulrd Tuesday night in the Flo
accused kidnaper who laid be ter hers Tuesday, wrestled him + k'a 730The again today. rlda State League Officials said
liked to see 'little boy tied up to the pavement and rescuedhis public is invited to at Weathermen here said the the games would be played as
and creaming' sat dated in a victim 8.year-otd Dennis i.od squall line was formed when doubleheaders at a later date
jail cell today and in Tennessee Burke. Dennis was kidnapedfrom two fast-moving fronts one --
a mother clutched her son and Humboldt Tens?, Friday 1 from the North and the other SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
wept with joy. But the warrant the FBI had t Women Voters from the South clashed in
But the arrest of sandy-haired for Bryan, one of their 10 most .e / South Geor.lI.A. .
Francis Joseph Bryan Jr wanted men, charges him with the line moved south It
brought little happiness to the the kidnaping of 10yearoldJohn whipped up a tornado at the
town of Mount Pleasant, S.C., David Roblson of Mount Hear Talk By farming community of Zen
where the massive manhunt begun Pleasant John David disappeared .. f wood near Orlando and leveleda
Feb. 27. On March 31 a'i + packing house and several
Two off.duty FBI agent came his skeleton was found In a + farm buildings No one was injured -
a mangrove swamp in Hallandale, t '11 +'1 William CrossThe and witnesses said the

Fla. storm sounded like a Jet planeas
Bryan a former mental pa. .'4l. ,. League of Women Voter it moved through the area.

EARN tient, was to go before a U.S. ee e d ,e M of Polk County met yesterday A short time later, Lakeland
commissioner here again today. I+ ti at the Polk Federal Savings reported heavy rains and strong
Federal officials in South Carolina i 11 y and Loan Association Building wind that broke out windowsin
want to try him for the r ,: In Lakeland beginning consideration several stores and felled
kidnaping, and state officials of their newlychosenlocal large trees and a few power
said the would not press their er subject, "Water Controland lines
% *
4 case C. Conservation" Nearly three inches of rain X
Any murder charges, they Mrs. John F. Dominick introduced was dumped on Jacksonville as
said, would have to wait until William Cross resident the squall line passed and
It could be determined where engineer for the Peace Tampa got nearly an Inch. By I
the Robison boy died. River Basin Southwest Florida midnight, the line of bad
Om 11 M.... Dennis sunburned and silent Water Management District weather had moved into the
.C /tlflc.... of D.,...." was flown to Memphis late with offices in Bartow. Florida Straits.
FOR FULL Tuesday night by the FBI, Cross summarized what The State Road Department 1
where his parents met him on GLAUCOMA TESTS-Theie are torn of the record 250 people who turned out to some of the problem are, especially ordered U.S. Highway go three r
INFORMATIONDROP the runway Mia mother his be tested for glaucoma ye terdy at the Polk County Health Department. Glaucoma in the Peace River miles east of Crestview closed
IN ATrUmtmbir father and hit 12.yearold can cauie blindneu If It Is not detected and treated. Four persons yetterday were *ui. area, and what has been done for bridge repairs caused by Uw Graduate and FormerSpodal
brother the last person In p.ct.d of having it. The project was sponsored by the Lions Club and what needs to be done"to flooding from heavy rainsA Attbtant
_._ make the of to
best use a priceless -
Humboldt to see him-clutched -- national weather summary
the boy and cried. heritage" Among the problem Tuesday said the squall line U. S. Attorney
ment Commission handling of to be dealt with are flood
.I emotion Dennis until himself they showed got into an no Governor Hopefuls Increase tourist promotion and said he control drought control, the '" 24 Years of law andfVogrmilve
lowering of the water table In "' TIH. Public
FBI to be driven would turn this over to a new : iirt/rt;1 Service
car back
and separate agency and give recent year, pollution and the : . ; "i .
t I home to Humboldt Tears cameto the Development Commission relation of recreational needsto ; ( ; CIted i for Fair and

The his FBI eye said then.the boy was apparently Pace As Voting Time Nears the Job of handling bond financing water the new management bond issue,for especially recreational I : (1""G'S".C)' b Impartial Regulation
and industrial promotion. .
. ... .
unharmed When the '
In at Clearwater, land, he said : ; ;, : Now Serving as Chalrpan
new reached Humboldt that he By United Press International form with Karl and Dickinson at stumping *
The only thing that got a* a meeting of hotel and motel Brookaville and Lee. burg, Cross quoted a water expert of Florida Public Ut.UHetRESTAURANT \
was life, people ran Into the from California who said that '
.. streets shouting "They found much attention as the State men at Clearwater, hit atDicklnlOn' Citrus Burns Commission also promised from to keep becom the Florida can till buy with time ;'leRQ.tn JR s.Cee mhdea
the boy." Development Commission in comic strip advertising ; ,
what California must now buy
His aunt wept hystericallyand Tuesday' round of campaign. again and said Floridiansare ing "a political football" by with huge sum of money because ':ST r i iRE.PRESEN1 1t ; //.f q''fiso.i' : l-
his mother sobbed "I Ing 'or governor ws candidate getting tired of "gimmicks, keeping. men on it who are citrusmen they let their water bro- :. .. . J. t'ri.f'IfI'8 "d P..t verl,
d.pedN.n dick tricks and smooth mottosin
our Fred O. Dickinson TIV >
want to let the excitement die blem become acute before '
Inurta ky F.D.I.C. Both caught it on the chin as political campaigns" Kelly made a similar pledgein 'lfrideuftl l ''Otidq
or action.
to make he is an planning taking
his stumping at Stuart and .
the campaign quickened in I. "It ", _
right. pace Later in the day Mathews Citrus and agricultural centersin Mentioning the funds obtain- I.
the final week able from the Federal -
blamed Dickinson, Burn and government
the area He also said he -
Only Miami Mayor Robert he said local Interest and
Kelly for "trying to outpromise
would work to eliminate unfair
King High was missing from financial support 1* the bade
one another and fool the
REELECTED rr the cross.date stumping Tues voter" competition from foreign agricultural need. The speaker dwelt at some SPECIAL
day. He was in Washington for Turning to the Development products length on Industrial pollution of
tA appearance before a House Firing back at criticsm from stream, even in some casesof WEDNESDAY
Commission, Mathews said It NIGHT
!L banking committee, which he needs a drastic overhaul to opponent of his pledge to have underground waters, and of
41 urged to force the Alfred I. keep it concentrating on Its the auto tag fee increase need repealed the need for stronger law to STEAK SPECIAL
without bringing a
DuPont estate to shed it control
non pollution.
main Job "the
s ,1 banking Interests florida. development of for new revenue Kelly said as Following the talk and quesliona BONELESS
tourism and for Florida
WilliAMSCONSTABLE The other candidates knocking ." industry governor he would take the first. put to the speaker, a '
heads were Dickinson, Sen. $35 million from Increased Intake film was shown depicting some C
Karl said he favored
a com
from present taxes to re of the work done In the 97
John Mathews, Rep. Fred Karl, already
plete separation of the commfs "
place funds { rolling back SIRLOIN
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack Central and South Florida Flood
don Jobs of chairman and direc "
the auto tag price. Control District.
sonville and Sen. Scott Kelly of
OUtriet" Ip..n tor and said they should M held Republican candidate Charles
Lakeland by "professionals: with, exeru- Holley of St., Petersburg was
Dketrinton' caught h from Karl 4:00 P.M to 1:00 P.M. ONLY
live" and-puMl Utk5nlexpfrf. .
.u una It* Btr arm- |i also In on g : ( ; ;
for tatting to plug for completion tPGtLtr't
Inca 'In Ms offUtl, I 1 of Interstate Highway 95 ence, not tuned' ear-salesman" Tuesday. At Zc'rhnhJlla) lib tolda ;RpWWo \.l.New-::
-a kifuffk at .fnr chairman- '
along the t. coast, and for pr : women's GOP group that est movie! to be scheduled for '
Wendell I Jarrard
DISTIICT von ONLY being with Cor Farris Bryant a former candidates are Just making location shooting in Africa is 1 I I I ;
used car business owner noise when they claim they 'The Sands of Kalahari which '
"Toll Twins" In
Thli area 'lnelH. ...i InwMtf C..tal.. tlly limits), Auburnd! perpetrating Dickinson spent his time at.
could In the deals with ul'\'lvor. of plane
prevent any change a
"haphazard highway hljunks
J n-Phyl VHUgt S rt w and Lake Walts. tacking the present format of
Pd -. A/v. Mathews, sharing the plat- the commission and saying he homestead exemption law. crash in the treacherous Kalahari NORTH OATS SHOPPING CasaTia
"The only way It can be Desert.
would put tourist promotion changed is by constitutional
under the State Hotel la'.Jd Restaurant amendment and this would haveto
3r Commission leave be approved by more than
J the Development Commission to 50 per cent of the state's
concentrate entirely on bringing voters," he said. HARDWARE
new industry to the stste He said, however he favored NATIONAL .
Later, at St Petersburg modification of the exemption
Dickinson promised to "veto and eventually its elimination.
any major tax bills in the 1965
Legislature" if elected He aid HOUSEWARE
1 there are three specific areas Soviet Space
where money could be gained WEEK

through economy or natural Pilot Talks
growth to offset the need for

new taxes BUDAPEST (UPI!) Visiting
These he said, include development Soviet astronaut Andrian Niltol-
of a realistic central ayev told Hungarian air force SALECORNING
purchasing program, reduction pilots Tuesday that future spaceships
of literature originated and paid will be built to accommodate
for by the state, and eliminating several persons, including
duplicating functions of state scientists, engineers and doctors
agencies Nikolayev visited Keksk
Burns also hit the Develop met in east-central Hungary SLACK

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$851 tl..ry ..- $199 5
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, w.*' ::.121. '"* P**. *
GAILY "' "' "" \\<;"<' < "'> 1< |,_'l UMi ".

New Arrivals; /

Mr. ed Mn Metvta MhoN noMSMtag the Mrth of a daugh-
ore the parents of a son bona tee at II:ST this morning In
at 11 51 a m yesterday la the UM Winter Haven HoapHilTho .
Winter Haven Hospital The baby weighed. seven
baby weighed in it eight MMBdi tour and. a half ouncesatSrth
pounds and twelve ounces .
A daughter weighing eight A daughter wu bore this
141114 bT pounds, three and a quarter morning to Mr. and Mrs.
MUI& UUt ounces, wan born at 1:15: ,.m. 8e.*ty D. Barter. Tb baby
yesterday In the local .hoePltal arrived at I:it to the com
to C ft and Mr*. WV- musty hospital weighing I
Miss Pearce, Ham T. WMMe. seven pounds fsurteen and a
Mr. and Mn Kenneth quarter ouncee.
Mr. Reynolds !Slater of Lake Wales. arc tilt
parent of a ion born at S:01pm
Exchange Vows Mr. and Mn. A. C. Baxter
yesterday In the local
1 of Hughes Spring. Tex have
hospital The baby'a weight
Mr. andMrs.DavldC. Petroe .boon lutstt at the home of the
wee recorded it eight pounds,
the tatter's MM le-law and daughtor.
are announcing marriage seven and a half ounce
of their daughter, Beverly Ana, Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd O. Rob- Mr. and Mrs Walker Sex
to Robert N. Reynolds, son of 4 6el Insoa of HalnN City are an- ten and eon, Tom
w Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hacker of
Lee's Summit Mo. ,
IV ,
The ceremony took place
April 12th tn the First Methodist ,
Church of Honolulu, Htwtt. 'Jobt''
After July lat, the couple will """ ;' f
k e
reside In Bremtngton, Wash.

The bride was graduated from MRS. BEN HILL GRIFFIN enjoys a cup of coffee with two of the hostesses
the Winter Haven High School at a coffee given In her honor at the Woman's Clubhouie. At left U Mrs, Jack

In 1962.education Mr. Reynolds In Missouri receivedbis and Yerbrough and at right Mrs. T. L. Whitehead. Approximately tlxty women of

--- U now stationed with the Navyat the Winter Haven area called during the appointed hours In order to meet
Pearl Harbor. Mrs. Ariffin whose husband Is a candidate for State Senator.

Miss Snively Weds Mr. Welz Womens Finam ce Forum Speakers Are Namedrow Miss BrownIs

"Dollars and Doughnuts"will at the women's finance
be the title of Prof. James Q. forum to be held following a tlonal Bank at Orlando. He received
In Lovely Home Ceremony Richardson's address tomor luncheon at the Lake Region his B. S. degree from EngagedTo e r .
Yacht and Country Club. Richard the University of Tennessee and ,' 0 .' .
WSSSfftffi C. Cheney of the the A mer- Joined the First National Bank
Announcement is !being madeof phaleanopsls orchids fashionedin rt lean National Banks sponsor at Orlando In 1951. He was where you want to
the marriage of Miss Laura a modern tailored nosegay of the forums, will use as his graduated from the School of Mr. CorbinAnnouncement
Sue Snively daughter of Mr. Miss Judy Myers of Sarasota, topic, "Investing for Uncle Financial Public Relations In BIG store
and Mrs Harvey Bowden Snlvely was maid of honor. She wore Sam?' The third speaker will 1M2. fOOdiliSMALL : rt
) of Winter Haven and Russell a two-piece !beige linen and be John W. Sterchi. It being madeof
James Well Jr, son of Mr. her bouquet waa of yellow dalsies .i .. .. the engagement of Mill Mil
and Mrs Rutsell James Welt Mr. Richardson, principal : tie Doris Brown, daughter of where you want 1 to save space
of Hollywood Mike Cadd of Tampa was speaker, Is currently AsaociaU : the late Mr. and Mri Sam J. .
Vows for the double-ring best man ed Professor of Finance in the ',;: \ Brown, and J. C. Corbin aon
College of Business Admlnlstratlon
ceremony were read at four Mrs Snively the bride's of the late Mr. and Mn Frank 3,2ecrwld0
of Florida. ,
O'clock Saturday afternoon The mother, wore a moss green University 0 Corbin ... r
ceremony was solemnized In sheath with a matching jacket He received his 8.S.B.A. degree The bride-elect li a native of II
front of the fireplace in the and bone accessories Her corsage from Lehlgh Universityand Florida She was graduatedfrom
living room of the home of the was of green cymbidium the University of Oklahoma.He Sewinee High School and
bride's parents An arrange orchids received an M. A. degree :: Is now employed by Haven
ment of large white mums and The bridegroom's mother In Economics from the University 1" Cafe She la i member of the
gladioli centered the mantle wore pale pink with matching of Florida. :. First Christie Church of Win. "ijJ J .
j j1.
with palms on each side Jacket. Her corsage was pale ter Haven.
For her wedding the bride lavender cymbidium orchids. \ Mr. Corbin, also a native of
wore a two-piece suit of white The bride's table was covered Prof. Richardson has written ? .. .. this elate, received Mi education MiNr.111: NieWIM
in field of .
extensively the commercial ; LI,1 N Illnlhe
silk shantung the Jacket featuring with an organdy and linen : ,' In the schools of Tampa w1ur' IuWmAMII "
a ahawl collar Her Bouquet Cloth, centered with a tiered bank and Investor and Lake Wales. He U employed --" eAl II ....... M
was a white orchid with wedding cake on a crystal re Mr. Storchl is vice presidentand \1. by Continental Can Com rm wlh N.. M. ..IMyM
JAMES W. STERCHI :1 j 11-111 in x111 Icej
Hector Bouquets of white car director of the First Na- : : .:" piny Mole 1111.111: :
nations in three Plant ,11'0'1'' '/''It
branched silver are being made for a _, 11nu,1It '
] UNI ; candelabra flanked the Around The Town July 4th wedding. .
;only) cake Mootl rmoa' Oa.a/Aar
Punch was served in the family Mr. and Mn.Claire( Hlgglni ." sit Ns w. Glues
room where large white hive ai their gueit, their :: {surwau
. mums and gladioli were used Former Resident Receives nephew, Wayne Bamm of : $ oo
:i There is : The bride Is a graduate of PROF. RICHARDSON Coriu, N.Y. 1.een, 349

..,, .. 'Winter Haven High School and ..,1,IJ.. tro No Money Down ,
aUendedthe' University, .o|South. Highest Scouting Award J14 "....iii out tevk/t' \ 4Ier eectlal" .. ., r
i snwonjy one- *li'P'Jol'1tf :)tr..,.Welf,'was uadu"! ; ,: .,0'm I tui; NeltoatshgM!, tllOll One
a fed font South Broward High t For Better Service 140 rUf tfItI1 ar.., ' rw
WELCOMEWAGON School in Ft; Lauderdale Frank Kebelrrun HI, 14, formerly of Winter On wfit.'li{('tolls Ml for easy owenlnf, ". WORTH
The couple will reside In Tampa sweeping wufng/ Easy Pay Plan
Haven has received
while Mr. Well continues Boy Scout highest award in an

his studies at the University of Eagle Court of Honor in Hampton, Va. The award For Business-Like

South Florida. was made by Mr. Edward Zack executive of the;
Out-of town guests were Mrs
Eastern District
cwt w B. F. Childs of Bartow the
brides' maternal grandmother; He U the son of Major and Leslie Mclver, daughter of AdministrationVote
Mrs. B. Raulerson and son, B. Mrs F. L Kebelman of Hampton Mr. and Mrs James Mciver,
Raulerson. Mr. And Mrs C. M and grindwn ok Mr and baa won a scholarship to the Cut Food Cost with
Allen, the bridegroom's mater. Mrs B. L. Lilly, of Winter Haven Junior Carolina Pliymakers, .
grandparents of Hollywood; lath summer session In Dramatic .
: 30 years of experience S Miss Evelyn Pointer, Ft. My. Frank Is a senior patrol lead Art for High School students
: fostering good will in : err; Mr. and Mrs Jim Lupfer er In Troop 50, a member of from June 2lth through
e bu neM and community e and Mr. and Mrs Bruce Car.den..r. Scouting1 Order of the Arrow, July 25th There is a staff often 1+
late. .: Tampa. drum major and president of professional and three ot-
For Information on the school bind and a memberof
Welcome Wagon phone : the bell and youth chorusof campus theatres and recreation
Enrollment Is
o program
Tbe Worn* of the Lake Hampton's First Methodist limited to fifty rising Juniorsand a 41
Ph. 294-2989 Church While living in Winter
Hamilton Community Presby of FOOD
seniors, or graduates FREEZER
he of
Haven member
wis a
terian Church will hold a the current Leslie is
Troop 12*. of the Beymer Mem year
rummage sale Friday and Saturday orlal Methodist Church. completing her junior year at
at the Lake Hamiltonfire Winter Haven High School. n
. station starting each Prof and Mrs. lames G. Courses will be offered In acting
morning at t:30 and continuing Rlcksrdson of Gainesville are dance, scenery, lighting,
until noon. arriving for a short visit with costume makeup promotionand r if'
Mr. and Mrs Carl Jackson stage history High school
SLIP after attending the Florida credit is given for the court.
City Managers meeting In St
Sudde Service I Petersburg where Prof. Richardson Mrs Edwin M. Moomnan :;'1IJ I J.tf '

was key speaker Jr., the former Mm Miry Let !
I Sweat of Winter Haven has 1E.
Dialer Waldrov, while on s r
been elected recording secretary
! IN BY 10 A.M. OUT BY 5 P.M. i business trip U New York, became of the Officers Wives For 1

ill and it now a patient Club at Lincoln: Air Fore
! Havendale Cleaners arbo In St. Frances Hospital on Base, Lincoln, Neb.
t' 142nd Street and St. Aan'f

'\ Avenue. Bronx;, N.Y. where be Mr. and Mrs. W M. Came ..
,,'f\. .. 24.201 roc Pickup A Delivery IComar underwent emergency surgery attended the 42nd annual eoavventioo Stark F. Ginn Jr. '

34tfc Street cad Havendole IWavord. B him .there Mrs,Waldrop and reports has Joined that Sheet Metal of the Contractors Roofing: Also and r.f,

aIANK.Ta be ls Improving. Nation of Florida Joe held : ,

this past weekend at the Outrigger TAX COLLECTOR ,,
Inn In St Petersburg
.... t
i Mrs. It E.'.... Freed urges Graduate of University of Georgia School of lu f.noil '1 1 .' JL

an members to attend the Order Administration. ,.. ,......,M.II"I"..... I I
of The Eastern Star meeting -
eight at ( o'clock at the Masonic
Temple. Honored will beaU
Past Matrons and Past. Patrons Fourteen years eperatiofi of a retail dove' In Winter
of UM Winter lltven Chapter Haven '-... I.... $ OOredel.e.eeed
Final plans win be made e 'L' ... ft. eaelt re..i .
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS for the Official Visit of the ........004 .....dare $178
I Worthy Grand Matron Adele A PATRIOTIC CITUM em' bide. '-4.1f b.sene t..
: on Robertson of the Crawl Chapter 04 der ...,.... ....._ louse with
of Florida, on May 12th. A Served fW yean during We Id War II received .......... d.. ....... eU '- ,'40 .......
SUMMERDRESSES dinner. will preened UM meeting five models' and awards. ....
o* May Uta, held la the dining

room of UM Masonic Temple, A CONSECRATED CHURCH WORXIIlaptitt No Money Down! Only $8.90 wo NTH
s & SUITS these) plans will also be discussed ,

t at tonight's meeting. Deacon, finance committee che<;rm,n, Sunday .


. UP TO MODEL "me 430 .IV. H t90 H.W Me.
50Z OOCL Tlltf M7 I Ik. UM.W $'''' M*
Fourteen ,..,. ,ervi ice .In numerous civic end charIty -
OFF activities

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Found Dead ;

ftorltiei expected an autopsy
today would clear up the In\-. rc:
try mirrounding the death al l
Dr. William W IV<'ry, dean of _
aria and sciences at Tul.mi
University, Hid body was found
Tuesday high in the bleach, r '
of Sugar Bowl Stadium.
Funeral arrangements awaited FORMERLYtmr 219
completion of an invest ina:: i
(ton. Police laid Perry, 57 ap u ; THIRDST.S.W
l pareetly met with no foul pia\ ,
Tommy R. O'Boyle 21. son of T : .
Tulane football coach Tumm\
O'Boyle, discovered the bod WINTER HAVEN'S LARGEST PKG. STORE
slumped over aeaU at the north
end of the stadium when he
went to sunbathe TOWN CLUB
No immediate explanation
was offered for Peery's pre 41fluTEllOE BLENDB&10GAL
ence in the stadium, said to be
the largest of Its type In the
country. It\ baa an 83XX) teat. LANGS .
Ing capacity
The coroner's office Jlscount SCOTCH LIGHT
ed an early report that the or DARK
body was found in a pool of 7 .w REG. 7.15
blood. Peery had been missing REG. 45035.88 CASE
since Saturday police reported
Officers said all personal poa
sessions were found on the ..
body, and there was no indies
tkm of robberyA SPACE LAB MANNED MOSTLY BY WOMEN-Wh.n class york. The work it to miniaturised that a magnifying J fr.
native of Denver, Peery re the Goddard Space Flight Center at Gretnbelt, Md. I glass, I.ft, is a mutt. For an idea of the intricacy of the
needs fait and intricate jobs, it's women techn'ciani! who work, compare ring on girl's finger at lower right with the I _
get the alignments, because they're good at delicate, job III.', working on.

MONROE ceived in citizen service 1958 that award to city's education.GLEHDARTY for outstanding outstanding ... Princess I Irene Is MarriedTo three family was sisters not had known done-could so.whether watch. Butit her PARK( & TILFORD BOND :REBS.99 i. 3. 79Slh .1

When the princess whispered
"I will" to the aged cardinal
iliplSHitiFI a Prince Carlos HugoROME before the gold and silver altarof
the basilica, she forfeited all FLEISCHMANN n (4ri3ihruciY
rights to the Dutch throne for :
(UPD-HolUnd's Princess to Prince Carlos Hugo of Bourbon which she had been aecond inline !
Irene so overcome with Parma In a Catholic ceremony DRY GIN @X
emotion that ahe wept and near boycotted by her parents.
ly fainted was married todayof The 24.year-old princess near Health CHARRED OAK ...", .. LORD CALVERT "-
ly fell as she entered the basilica
of St. Mary Major to the Insurance Is 8YR STRAIGHT ? '. y-. CANADIAN uraa_
cheers and applause of a crowdof BOURBON WHISKEYREG.

pale thousands and had to She grasp was the very arm OverPricedWASHINGTON PEG. M 59051.95 CASEFOUR 'ZI.Jo.U 1
t e s of the prince to keep from MRILLte Nr4M \,

falling.The princess, who broke with Pat McNamara, D-Mlch.(UPI) --Sen., Aid .::::;. cvrrnM l '

her family, her Protestant religion today that despite vigorous Industry iJE ,.,...
.t efforts, health Insurance =::
and her nation for the
la "priced out of the I
love of the year-old prince,
reach of the treat majority of
was so alone that there was no "
people over aged 65.
Winter Haven one to give her away at the
ceremony. She walked down the McNamara made the com-
aisle on Carlos' arm. ments as his Senate subcomlt- 11 CRAWFORD
The rigid self-control of the tee on the aged launched Us
princess drained away after a third and final day of hearings, t John Begg
long telephone call early this Witnesses Included spokesmen
e morning to her mother, Queen for Blue Cross plans, by
Juliana, who stayed In Holland. far the largest low-cost Insurer BLUE CAP
=' ." '"''' .'L Tt\* j4Jt'ltlc. wore a white of ho: plt Uz tlon lafIn\ Bottled' in Scotland OLDtCRQW!
\ farir\w dding\ gown and a the nation; am?a phyaletaH fa-
,. f300,000i: \Heirloom tiara but as vorlng the administration's IMP. SCOTCH
she sal down before the altarto medicare program under social STR. KY.: BOURBON
The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Associations exchange vows with the security. :1 REG. 6.50 PEG 5.00-43,75 CASE
prince, a claimant to the Span. p
McNamara said In an inter >k93rrwM
ish throne she was weepingopeniy
view that Industry claims about I
the number of older citizens J,,1iJI
With the crowd watching her. -::
covered by health policies had [
she wiped sway her tears and been "admittedly overstated,"
the ceremony proceeded. Paolo
I Cardinal Clobbe, the year-old
former papal representative to _
The Netherlands, married the .
couple, who planned brief audience ... .''r ,.
with Pope Paul VI later 1 .. GORDON DRY GIN B 4.19 FULL
You'r The IItelephone call K1N7
u was believed to be a last.minute OD
attempt to get Queen Juliana
and prince Bernhard to give'! *'
up their opposition to the match
tailed and come to the wedding. She IPROTT, JR. 86 BLEND V.S.Q. BRANDY

J As another gesture of conciliation STATEREPRESENTATIVE
./ she permitted television HEAVEN HILL CANADIAN l.,
cameras to record the ceremony DELUXE
ao that the Dutch people .\".
Including her and 86 BLEND '-
REG. 4,60 CaR9YS 6 YR. IMP WHISKY coloNnMl 'w

EG. 6.35

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Polk's Delegation. .



borrow only when you Ih QUART FULL MARTINI & ROSSI I Imported Ckianti Italian 1.1 89 Full at.

must and then if you do,

borrow only where it's best.If COLONIAL CLUB PARK & TILFORD I


1964, may we suggest thatit REG. 4.50 tDRY GIN

will be to your advantage ro REG. 50-35.88 CASE

to see us first.
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Wedne toy. April 29. I9M Nina

I South Viet Nam Colonel Fears Too Little. Too Late Teller Says 0NIi role 1M.IJItIW... T... (UPi MMHMfT rXMUStttct

Moon Won'tBe ra..a CIIIIIIr .aadge C Ou. ;(1.1",,,,c
By NEIL IMUWANMrt other with u. s. Laos vat I.U n MM wh IM to
troop ftghtink most style gel
Chinese likely a
attempt at roping back oa* -
v. ...... ..............
the flooding Communist tide. Communist force neutralist sohittM to the guerrilla Colonized a W MM*** at work done e74
The Vietnam** colonel look Washington has prosnlaed an Maay Vietnamese would,! welCOBM yar. eatp -.
.d out over the rice paddies additional HO miUkw in mill this outcome Thc\ hectare Ever since tile UWM State TAMPA ria (upr) --Dr. .
Nd. aid "You blow I hope lacy and ecoeamk aid this the guerrilla war involve accepted a ......1IIt solution tdward Teller, the lather of the It get MM...,sale for to
Pni wrong, but sometimes Ikink year to supplement the million all of Indochina and i cm IB Lao in the MinuMr of 1M H-bomb, predicted Tuday that drunk sMfkjf suspects contended tlI
( It'I too late, that we hive Mar and the moon will the h*<|* VM overdoing" it p
and a half dollars a day the not he" won hi South Vie: Nam following its defeat there, the
waited too much time lad men United States la already spending aloe watt. the Comm"inists Vietnamese have seared It will be colonised Tuesday wes "he" aehedtrkdtbtr A
tad that the VIet Cong ire toostrong in this country held the dominant posit un in someday be their torn They But Teller told the National trials. for April 31 Thelawyers SUN FINANCEHAS
now"' Space Nutrition Conference that rss .ind..d. the! j u d K r
Moat informed Vietnamese believe the IndochiMM. pemnsui i and believe that if the price forsustaining ./
He WM expreeaing a usually. that Wishinfton. will give ibis country's borders In, open) the war climb too he ",raves the time when" group April has only 30 day MOVED '
of less TO NIW AND MOIl
than 100
uupoken but nevertheless scientist will
very Khanh the rest of thIs year to to the MUtratton of arm sadmere high In American blood or -- -- ---
fl. fear in South Viet Nam today live on Mar and the moon in CONVENIENt QUARTERS
prove whether be can make money or the fighting drags on relative
But meet Vietnamese do interminably with !hope of comfort for period of VOTE FOR
progress against the Viet Cong. Mt no to two VISIT OR PHONE
It U i fear that the enor But if Khanh fails, the United believe the United Stale wit victory in light th* United up Rock on year DM Francis. L
probably 2933157AND
moos\ political, administrative States wiD sooner or later have accept a major ArmricM- States will capitulate in a similar contain PIPKIN
all of the
and military gates made by the to look around for an a Her as. fought war In this part of the face wring withdrawal for man to survive, Teller needed AND GET THE ,l CYPREps QARDNS y
Communist juerriilas during live to its prevent pulley of all world. from this country ..... But the problem lie lathe County Commlisloiier, YOU WANT ROAD
tie last few yean of misrule out support for a nationalist Thus there I* the third entice The possibility of a real Ben technical dlKHwItte of getting District 1M LOANS TO $600
bjr the now defunct Ngo family Vietnamese gvernment in an which Vietnamese fear meet Inattention of South Viet Nam I It the element from the Pol A Y
regime may have fatally tapped Internal war against the Communist because they concfcfer it the DOt taken seriously in Sa 1101I. rock*.
the burnt resource of this ,u rrm... The U. S.
country.It appears to have three choices
la a gnawing worry that 20 There Is the choice of committing
yean of almost constant war- American combat infantry -
fire may have irreparably units in strength to fight
weakened the population's will alongside government troops
to resist This most informed American
It is a fear that the situation and Vietnamese observersfeel
may now have deteriorated so would be a short term With Value
critically that no nationalist military benefit but a political Top Stamps..you can
government will be able to ral disaster
ly its population and army for Large-scale American Inter.
the years of agon'ilng'! effortwhich vention would convince the majority
would be required to of the Vietnamese people
achieve victory over the VietCong that the Communists were
guerrillas right in claiming the United
For victory the Vietnameseknow States is waging a colonial war
can only be achieved by in South Viet Nam It would
lowly and relentlessly reducing drlvemost of those Vietnamesewho
the Viet Cong to the point are still resisting a VM '" .
where they are no longer an Cong takeover into Communist .,
effective military and political hands. hi3

force. The American troops, it It 1
The United States Is operating believed would soon find themselves .
on the theory that it I. bogged down in the
not too late It has thrown its same war of attrition which ia
full backing behind the new dally bleeding the strength of
Vietnamese strongman Maj.) the government forces and
Gen. Nguyen Khanh 36 for anPROTT which brought the French army N
to exhaustion and defeat in the
first Indochina war.
The second choice would be
to step up the war Into Com
munist North Viet Nam and
Laos to seize control of the
Viet Cong supply and infiltration
route Into South Viet Nam .
along the so-called "Ho Chi .
JR. Minh Trial
But in order to be effective, 3d 9 hv
STATEREPRESENTATIVE observers feel this escalation 1
would have to be extensive,
with heavy American involvement
and thus might result In
a generalized war in Indochina

n. Florida ChapterOf


Meet May 7-8

The Florida Chapter of the
.oclery 01 American Foresters / ...
r frtlUfeoM ,Its spring convention '" .....II .,.a ..._ .,.. .,' I.U:"
*r.>yton"Btett, May r-a. .. : ..1 i ",.... \ r '
Several staff members from the
',J). Lakeland office will attend.
/ "Forest Land Taxation" lathe
:, theme of the meeting A
technical program has been
11 (FREE'SERVICE scheduled, moderated by Frank ,
A Albert Jacksonville, forest ,1 fiy
counsel for the Florida Forestry -
ON ANY Portions of the program will
Include presentation on "For
est Land Taxation" by Gordon f '
.ZEBCtJ O Lewis, U. S. ForeslServlce
Ashevllle, N. C., "ComptrollerViews
Assessment" by J. N.
f Aycocke, Director of Assessment t
REEL Standards Division Jacksonville -
; "A County Commissioner .
t Rtgardless of use and Taxation" by Jack
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end service your Zebco Adkln, executive Director of
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/VILLAGE Spring when some ISO public + .tr'
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SOUTHEAST PLAZA apecially-deslgned clinic on '
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! B1ntcial Group South Viet Nam Police Catch Fascists Fight 1mII1l-!

...... Today Troops Assault Over Mussollini
II you wash >o pre.rre fh*
JMboDvl JACKSONVILLE e'a biracial(UPI commits ) Rebel ForcesSAIGON NAPLES Italy (UPIYoungneo ,forlout country and humane!

s* meets today to consider a EscapeeTAMPA .Fascists fought with left dvgiNpon whICh we ourtolrnjtint
WWPOMl to desegregate local south Viet Haas WiD. e r. outside a Napleschurch Mherlted inniligatt; our
Public accommodations (UPI) -- Government tor CM today Tuesday night where amass conlfrucfln appeaihee to Ceeuerelan
The proposal ralla for the 75 were In the third day of (UPI-) Richard B was said for former die BtcavM we ere effective!
member committee to "ncommend a two-week operation against Santee was captured while tator Benito Mussolini on the we vice been meeree'. by every*
that our hotels, molds,. communist guerrilla strongholds sleeping In a iwamp Tuesday lath anniversary of his execution con jya"/. mtlltoj. but the
restaurants and other facilities In the central blplanda.'J night aad was back In Federal by Italian partisan time hat cam wAe f. WW
serving the public immwti.ill! .h wo A merlcans were wounded Court today where he la being find/ out far fOurttU Introductory
in the Initlnl assaults on Do Police broke up the fight /
and cooperatively dejeKifgatc tried on bank robbery charges Packet poiteoid m plain enve-
and accept lilt of Xa and Mane Xln Monday, but Twenty youths were detainedand hops, if preferred far one defter,
patronage: government casualties were Sanchez and co-defendant Ser. one demonstrator and two
able those persons otherwise a< ccpt debt despite heavy Communist vando Fernanda made a break policemen were slightly Injured. Writee The John lire Society. '
without restrictions hatedsolely fire from the county Jail here MM Kneed, ,_Mosuechu OllJt
on" race color or national Eighteen. of the 20 U. S. hell- day after the first day of their .
origin copters used to transport the trial on charges of robbing the CHOOSE
Vietnamese troop were struck Exchange: National Bank of ,
by fuerrllla roundflre.Four of Temple Terrace of $64,000 last 11 EXPERIENCE ,
them and one propellerdrivenfighter Jan 28.Fernandez. ?
bomber plane were
e{ tr downed.A "was captured during ELECT
V. S, Air Force captainwas the jail break but Sanchez '
killed In neighboring Thai- fled through a cemetery and Paul VAUGHNPolk :
land Tuesday In a helicopter
crash during South East Asia :t
: Treaty Organization SEATO
maneuvers. Seven Thai officers Southern Gulf Utilities national County t
also were killed. designer and builder of Clerk of Circuit Court ,
( __ centralized water and sewage
--- Names of the U S.casualtieswere It
withheld pending notification systems, Is now listed on the .. Adv.
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YOUTH LEADERS AT CONFERENCE Highfower, left, head of the Girls of relatives. American Stock Exchange
Club of Winter Hav.n, It shown at the 19th annum conference of the Girls Clubs of iI.'n.
America in New York. Others In the picture, from I.ft, ere Mrs. Horace Gooch of Worcester '
Mais., new Girls Clubs of America president; Mrs. Ethel Adams, executive dir.c.tor I ,
The Thinking of the Girls Club of Bristol, T.nn.; and Mrs. Oscar Uhl honorary member of the i I t
board in Bowling Green Ky., end new vice chairman of Region I. ::11

Voter 1'1Ii'

Will ReElectan Area Residents Get$1,500,000For Ironworkers )
Go On StrikeMIAMI
q-m VOTE FOR -

(UP) A local Iron- ,#
Work workers' strike that has halted
> b.a $20 million worth of construction J.B. THORNHILL Jr. '
h .
was expected to be ,
Residents of the Winter this year and earnings of$229- a meeting today Fl
Haven-Auburndale area earned 000 in 1963.
more than $1,500,000 last year "These figures do not represent Local 272 of the Ironworker '
ai employee of the nine phosphate the full Impact of the phosphate offered a package Tuesday am/ YOUR
companies operating In Industry on the economyof Ralph R Poiton president of
Polk and East Hillsborough this part of Florida." the the Steel and Ornamental Erector
counties, According to figure <-''mcll said Ir relesslug the I Aso I,it Ion of S',utii r loi
1 7 released here by the Florid 1 J. statistics rla< said lie would recommendthat TAX COLLECTOR'lit
Phosphate Council "Thousands, of additional employer accept it. Poston
The 1963 of workers also is chairman of the
earnings figure are employed by many emplo
she' te-e-loce el redd. ef Winter He,e., I lee'te te
$ buslnessss ***
,e51.000 la a substantial Increase such as power com yen' negotiating committee.
here e direct ,kme line .lettelM. se that yu say cell the fei .l.Nctar'e
over the $1,515,000 for panics, railroads, trucking office et lertew whhet ....l.f .. pey leap ..I".... tell
1982 and the $1,127,000 for 1961. firms and others who supply An estimated 15,000 Ironworkers
Included in this area are the phosphate Industry with walked off several con tbp.a
Walter Q. Eagle Lake and Eloise In addition goods and services it must haveto structlon projects hers last
to Winter Haven and Au- operate 84 hours a day the week in the dispute

BELLJusrict burndale.More than a million dollarswas year"Earnings around. of these employesrun iii I
earned last year by 175 Into many millions of dollars there were 1,630 Hillsborough : :
phosphate company workers annually" county residents on phosphate : .
of Hit ftoee living Inside the Winter Haven The Winter Haven-Auburn payrolls, with earnings of $",.
District 4 city limits, the council said. dale area figures are part of 500,000 In 1963.

Why An Attorney Ii Both those figures for the are previous well above year a earned total by of Polk almost county$26,800,000 residents -. .. . . . .. . . . . . . . .

when 157 Winter Havenltes working for phosphate com .
Needed earned $891,000.Auburndale panics last year, the council 1i
t. He Ixuti erlmlnal Warrant! also showed an said. For the county as a whole, .
I. He .la tutto et the small Increase, with 8) residents the 1963 figure is $000,000
L Ltiielffe
11"1 earning $360,000 last year, greater than tn 1962 and almost
'I .f I
Mans r
ya.r..5 *.n .my.rt.,""' ..... .." compared with 68 residents and $6,600,000 larger than five .
.....m $S1 ,000 In ,tunings In 1962, yeara ago .c >JJ t'.
vase v""j, wn,rR wIn r" Eagle take continues tA.have* TM countywide lees tlsj r..4 1 i 'M" 4
sae A..egaTh i tel; ..., 1-.ub.IaJIU.l number of residents reflect t substantial increases .

,... .y Cim L., Trier.a If't1f't working for phosphate/ both In the number of workersand l: h ;;: 1m,' .. !
companies, with 40 on Jan. 1 : the year.their average earnings for Boy! '

As of Jan. 1 this year, the ,
council survey showed 4,892 Ii
MY DADDY IS ADACROMATIC Polk County residents employ 1
ed by the nine phosphate com
MANAND panics operating in the Polk '

16S and more East than Hillsborough on Jan. 1,area 1960., i Service I ICharges'
DOES MA !LOVE: THATI Total living earnlngsby in Polk, Hillsboroughand 6,374 workers _

other counties was slightly ,.
more than $36,600,000 last
year, $1,000,000 more than In B
1962, and double what It was 10
pears ago. 1
The Lakeland area led the
Polk sections with..rntn.l..t 1 I
year of more than $1,78,000 0
b y 1,528 workers. The Dartow
area was second among Polk 1
communities with 1.I7Iworktn
and earnings of $6,723,000. A 1
Mulberry continued as an 1m*
s I portent phosphate communitywith On MyLake :
1,079 residents of that
area employed on Jan. I thla
year and earnings of slightly 1 Tket's. serrectl Maintain Mlnhmim f 1M. MI.!
more than $6,000,000 last year Region Bank onto In Te., LASS IIOM, SANK el C.... 1
Hillsborough county carte '......1 l Checking Accemit ooo fare '
than 1 will .be NO SIIVICI Ck..r.el Ashes. .keek.keesinf 1
residents represent more
a fourth of the total earnings 1 Personal Checking Account! eeiler. teel 1

I hi employes of companies In 1
the Polk-East Hillsborough 1
section As of Jan. 1 this year, 1 1

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DACtOMATIC al Premies, where we cater lo i Monday Thru Thursday 1A.Me '4pM. 1
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/ April 29, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEW :HI6F- -WINTER HAVEN, ROftlDA p. Tftirteen

of Boy was even though she lOr commemorative' and. social
Judge Settles had poueukm of the puppy TODAY'S GRAB BAG By RUTH lAMtfYCentral Bryant Names events.The .
So she appealed. fntt Write Com mission is hoping

Judge Eberhardt: aatured her the observance of Senior (It!.
she was the rightful owner .... 'fttI ANMMER QUKlI SPOT Of FAMf-OVfIS TM NAJMTod The troops eat eat upon the sees Month will bring a better
Dolt added his comment in I hit decision 1. WIN wIM date of Part NIl haUooinf aad. heNala.. and May MonthFor understanding of the impactof
: t Revere) ttCeT comingwithin a lew vole' of the rapidly expanding older
them, the
A little female named "$..y'a ; the Romanoff t 1F. rnsusainaaas: officer titewry, on the economy and
S. Who were accosted the ....... m words to
Court CaseATLANTA contradiction so coafustag perhaps I. no lane oC whet Italianpwwonide.. this effect, THafure. you' Senior Citizens social life of the No 1 retirement .
to the animal itself that H state
writer and etateasnaa damn'd rebels-Dawn you, die
may have decided to seek another The month will demonstrate
.....,.,uaouantrtfUiIII"\ ? perse.
(UPI) -The Georgia shelter and another men- 4. What ia the economic Importance "Upon which the troop again TALLAHASSaW The newly that people in the later vtar a
Court of Appeal yesterday ter "was the central figure in of the Boar Bantu/ hunssM' and Immediately one ortwo of lift are not ready for the
decided the doMonett cut a trial. that lasted long enough 5. For what public off)<-0> did of the officers discharged. created FtorWa CommUsion Mofaft shelf or the wrap
It involved I little female to produce a 125-page brief of Henry Ford the autom,)bile their pistols!!, which were Instantaneously on Agtaf has ehalleagedtwo heap, lutead of asking What
named 00,. the evidence" manufacturer, run'IT followed by the Bring- -thirds of a aaflUon older are we going to do aboutGranrJwa' r., Nw IffltlMty, lit.N *
of four or five of the eoldkn; FlorMlaM* Me.. May a red- ". families will be
appealing little Ecnimy hi TM
Boy *o pup *
and then there seemed to be a letter month
HAPPENED What Grandma
wandered saying a going '
of mixed from parentage borne last Albany Group On this date la MIS, Gideon general discharge from the From Kay Wttt to PPftH- to do next?" Tex CeUlcterOffice,
away summer SundtMcIc of Hotokea. N i.. whole body Eight of our seen cola they wttl |. honored ta
and her owner Mra Martha were killed and nine wounded" fleet .
patented the tipper, under the the eeWUtaVen. .f a Senior .
Ward of Macon. thought she .. Only the vine-oovmwd boulder -
5 fastenerIOIN CttiaefM MenSk Fall Victim
same I
saw Boy iatB* possession of I Protest Brutal fame ta a on which Apt Parker. famous
neighbor, Mr.. Grace. Benge TODAY quiet little\ s New spot England>l village i word ar Inscribed and the The obaertanc It being I't[ R t. ,K"IUtft\ :
So the brought auit Before where, on the morning of April Hancock-Clark House are left launched with effielal proclamations CORAL GABLES (DPI ) A .
the trial, Boy. wandered back College founder itttkrv Ver **- 1', 1773, Apt John Parker to remind u* of the heroic past by President Lyndon 60-yeaf-eM man fell down aflight 'rA OUqOR-( ; .
home, but Mrs Ward decided Police Killings Jmjwror JlintMto of Japan.ehfmitt f-, told a hastily gathered band of of this first rallying point of tile Johnson! Coy, Farris Bryant of stairs in a hotel henTuesday ,
HnroM Ireba"< and died several I .
Revolution. What and where ta night .
to press her case against MraBetige Ameer Mlnutemen. Stand your ground and the mayors of munlclpall
leader Z> *e Xttingta It? hour. later.Authorities.
anyway Jtanmairt, actress Oe- Don't or* unless fired upon But ,. ties. "Let ut repay our older *>*M P.i.Ul.l A* a/
Reno CNa ni a' bottom ol coltMnn) said the victim
The jury believed MraBenge' and actors Tom If they want to have a war let Americans for their sustained Pots Cunly (.lllMm Cu.mltswlee
ALBANY G (UPI) A hut Holm Miami
was George of
claim that she had It begin her! WKp IC MIMw
delegation of Negroes appeared twill sad Richard CorUonWATCH America' ITS NUN SAID creative partfrlpatkm"! IIY'the
That sane day
seen the animal before In
never before the Albany City Council first war correspondent cam Te leer of some tfUiit e4 President. "Make this
life and dismissed the IANOUAGI outstanding; .
her ac last night and demanded an invesligatton YOUR Into being- He was Isaiah "'P"Ppo"," keeps! seen bobedience.Robert month In our continuing
tion. into what they term- ZENANA (ae.NA na) Thomas, editor of the Massachusetts Barton effort to keep la the
"That. commented Appeals ed the aenaeless killings of N.*. noun; In India that part of the Spy, whose eyewitness mainstream! of our national HIRE
Judge Homer C. Eberhardt in groes" by Albany police. house In which the women and report of the skirmIsh lacks NOW YOU MAn OUT? life all those who have lived!
his decision 'yesterday, 'oughtto The Negroes also demandedthat girl of a family are secluded; much In the way of objectivity. 1. April 1S-19. 1T75. ao long and contributed so Charles L. JL.COOPER
have ended the litigation but a policeman Involved In Its occupant, collectively Taken "A company of militia, of 2. Ruul. ruling house,11) generously .
for the apparent fact that plaintiff one of the shootings be suspended from the Hindu. about eighty men, mustered 1917 Senior Citizen Clubs numbering
'a feeling had been grossly and that-the city council near the meetinghouse; the S. Nlccolo MachlaveUL some 15,000 membersand
ruffled" YOUR FUTURE troop (British) came into 4. Coal
hire Negro police to patrol Ne- dozens of .
Mrs Ward apparently felt sections of town.Alb.DY Make a* Important change sight' of them just before sunrise B. He waa a Democratic candidate community organlaatlons
gro churches. .
the earlier trial left some doubt James V. without expert ad>'lre. Today'echild The militia upon seeing for the SenaU In IttS.Right .
aa to whom the rightful ownerHINTING Davis rejected Mayor the charges of will be perceptive.Soviet the troop, began to disperse ....1( '''''.'.1'1 'IIINO .11.1. out and the public state agencies have respondedto through! Tax Collector

police brutality and took no action the Invitation of the State

I on the request to add Negroes clues as to the exact type of Town Commission on Aging to ipnn
to the force. SpyOrdered Information Taraaov was trying ,
Slater King, head of the dele
gallon pointed out that six Negroes to get Wrong Field ,;' .i." ,: I:7 !;\ 17 ,... ce.tlll.e.tec..nrla, seed

had been alain within the : \,. ," ., 11, odmlnlttrarl eiperlenc) (more rhcm'
Dinner Guests LONDON (UPI) A Lufthan.aa ;
past two years by police. To Boeing 707 jetliner: with 51 ,,... .,... .. ; epposlrlea)
These killings, have been .K..W" "
extremely excessive uses of WASHINGTON (UPI) About passengers nearly landed at the .. OWM no bwilwessei which eanpehewith
wrong airport Tuesday night, ,. paying Mtwry
attended dinner
force which we feel were not 800 persona a
necessary in order to effect anarrest" Leave CanadaOTTAWA Tuesday night to honor FlorIda but It swooped away mom,'nts 'I'I'QP
before touchdown. Seeks the' |eb Noh a s.bsldy

.If the excuse of these patrolmen A s dozen congressional ambassadors delegation from of Airport The plane after dropping landed at down London for ((' J1'.i. ,,4 VOTE FOR A TRAINED MAN

for uaing auch force is countries the Organization
(UP!)-Soviet new. a landing approach t tee Northolt :
that they are afraid of Ne American Stales (OAS) were STATe
"why not man Vastly Tarasov, accusedof special guests at the annual military airbase The big Jet :
roes hire Negro, he policemen added to patrol espionage and ordered by dinner, which Is sponsored by startled residents around North J{ P.lt'tSF.NTAtlvt: Charles L. Cooper e ,

the Canadian government to Florida Chamber of Commerce oil since only much smallermilitary ', ..
Negro areas? the craft generally use the ... .:,:. it( Pd ,.1. AcI.
leave Canada "at once prepared
Davis said the facts did not .
today to return to Russia field
support King charges. He said
six persons four Negroes and .

IUYERS two white had been slain by Tarasov. 31 a correspondentfor .UBLIX lOOlri STO __..se.. ATION PUBLIX lOOth STORE CBL."ATION PUBUIX 10PuBUX'
then Russian atate-owned
IN POLK COUNTY pollee since 1960 He pointed out
that Negro bad accounted for newspaper Itvestia, attempted
HAVE LOST A FRIEND two-thirds to three.fourths of to obtain "classified Information { :
all felonies committed in the Of importance to Canada -

city during that same period. ." according to the Royal r. ... n .,1
Whoa Doreen Htndrlck as, In the most recent slaying Canadian Mounted Police .,
chitf; for Davis said the officer fired on (RCMP). -' ......--
ndtry saves yttr
blond crew-cut
The ,
fleeing the scene of a
died this; wok. all the people a person '
married and the father of two
burglary after repeated shouts m ....C*>*M4 lease CMtellVike
who> bay ,rinti"* hi Nik He said children was reported to be se .
to halt were ignored _
C,unty lost a eh.Mpio" .' the officer was unable to determine eluded In either his Ottawa 1" 4If. DvKli Own /C
the Witty thty "...rn. either the age or the apartment or the Russian Embassy .

race of the target. word There when.was:Iaruov.no official w u1d. .. FREE ;
'he inspect: turned|>ut to bekiDedftttielncldeo on --- --
Doran LIPS *!a *ltJJV" t leave the country :
" reld.+ wit
111 l I p'i i'frl-kiciiJUjin! t'M External.ffalra Minister 1
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h'nh ear liint. Davis said it was unfortunate Paul Martin laid Tarasov was '1
... I* he..p.w.r. wtuUn' that the victim was a youngster arrested Monday night and had .
A WITH MACH INr.r.wred/ePM
fat I a tlopoy ,I.u ..t In his possession documents ob- YOUR CHOICaf OP N//vest

wr.ppd.Glassful. _, talned from a civil servant who S100 WORTH OP jffirHJfaLIX COLD ION Mir teaered Pry /M
I had tipped off authorities about .. I*ri v..I. ..
the Russian attempts to get CASH RBOISTBRir laamTAPsTiS.

for htr etd cttitn classified information. -.. '
t. h.. wtrk. wt mauve htr Tarasov. the second Ru*$ .,...

I.... MONROE Man newsman to be ,named I; 1 lowly t.v..d hYM
spy by the RCMP Tau *orr""$. N/1V.Iw
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BRANNEN fled anada: before he could be I
expelled In 1846 when cipher ,.... Ire ...... W** 4vr
clerk Igor Gouzenko fled the (ALCOA) el..I"l .m seeking
THE PEOPLE AT THESTARPRESS Russian Embassy and revealed / I .-..- with heads |IMTM*>

SHERIFF a Soviet spy network In Canada t I I C Seed Ie wit.......... 400 seen tit II.'It ......
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i: Thirteen-Year-Old James H. Catches Fourteen Pound Bass,


Takes Over Lead In! City's U. S. Open Black Bass Championship-

A 13-year-old boy has taken uring Pew Inches in length .. ... one of the thrills of hit life Ten-mrold Dutch Poaplech H. A. Bishop, Jr., brought a Varnes Lake Camp Blinding
over first place in the nation. edging out Hal Griffin Jr. of -wIw a ...... He made his catch out of the of Inverness subdued a 10*- 10 .pouader out of Orange with Clayton G Strickland of
I wide U S Open Black Pass Tampa who had potted a 14. : 'dlrel.y w- Wtthlacoochee River. pound bass while fishing in Lake near Cites and Paul Starke on the end of the rod
Championship with teh nsw If young Davis' fish stands Lake Tssla Apopka He Is being
n < pound nah but which measured r ; Braddock of Auburndale was Mrs C. A Marks Jr. of
weighing 14 pound\ and menu 28 inches In first place when the contest named to Winter Haven's credited with a fish tipping the Tampa recorded a lunker al
Youthful James H. DivU ofHowey m.Mu M,. ends August 1, he will win a Fishing Hall of Fame scabs at 10 pounds, 6 ounces 814 tackled in King Bay near
Yaiedrn. Johnson motor. Lone Star boat Robert J. Shahid of Fort
in the Hllla, Fla., madethe which he caught out of Winter Crystal River
bill catch out of a email ....--. and Murray trailer A 1S% Walton Beach also will receivea Haven's Little Eloise Santa Sanders of Villa Park.
lake I with no name near hi* _. pounder won In 1963 and a 18- certifies In the angler's Lake. 111... aim fished King Bay and
horn and registered it with pounder took the champion. honorary orgsnisation for successfully Hershel Hears of Eloiae re brought ui s baas at 11
How. Boat Basin .,." ship in 1962. hooking a W4- ported a 10.1 pounder he All these anglers will receive
Hi hoked It on a live shiner As it Is. the boy won a pounder out of Ochlacknee brought out of Lake Spirit certificates Other catch
took minutes to landit Pflueger spinning reel for River near Tallahassee.TE.:4s .
and It IS I. near Winter Haven. es entered weighed less than
on 40.pound test line with \ landing the largest bass la the Lloyd W. Savage of Tallahassee eight pounds
"( fifth week of the tournament.
R W.
bait testing equipment : SK'RSHOUSTON' reported a 9tt-pounder
Mehere of the same community .. A reel also war won by Carl hooked in Ochlacknee River.
Mr \ Uenhart of Waktrlsa. Ind, ''UPH' It hardly -
was his witness. Paul Carpenter of Winter
I ever
in the secret snows anywhere near
Griffin, a former Universityof Houston on the balmy Texa Haven registered a 911 bass
) contest. II mad his
Florida football star describe weight Gulf Coast And Houston Is lured In Lake Pansy near his
eM" catch out of Dale Hollow Lake so
hi bass home.
catching ati flat hardly
of hill
Tenn. It weighed a bump a interrupt
near Celina,
-- the broad sweep of Dwight Cutsinger of Lake- (HesMpgl
Cedar Hill
I U ounces
pounds .
coastal! land caught a fish scaling 9 The
/SITOKSNW. p, plain from the Gulf '
Camp where it war weighed
for caught out of $
COURAGE"Kyne. miles Inland a Mulberry
: YORK 'UPI I Stven I 4I won two dozen Jim Bsgleylurej.
I, .irtus" of the potwai Pio- .I.i But Houston has a ski club. phosphate pit. iPEfi ?ib' '
PI The Houston C. R. Boatright of Tallahassee iii&.MM-i 'iJ.i
,ti I stunt immens movement In Runner-up honors of the Ski Club mcmbriso i ii
i-uiopi; .IIP on their\ flint official I week go to J. W. Davis of where the snow is The club was credited with a bass i tiCi'l ;
'td 'the United State boasts 200 members who, travelto weighing 8-5, which came out
HSU 1 ret the ltllls and MikeS.
Howey-tn -
Eu- Colorado or other snowy of Jackson Bluff Dam Dear isiESEisiDSr m i iIT'S
t''n iimn List YPlt"i> torn of Overstreet of Winter Park climes his homeA ,
"pf iimens work lender enjoy their sport
both landed U
Fla., having
I 11 I in t. h churchrirhr pounders. Davis made his Some members ski regularly In pounder came out of

M\di. from Wi-i. (K-i- catch out of Howey Lake and Europe and a few own second
homes .
the Nrthu lands and --i;. I rrta skiing aieasIf
many '.. Overstreet hooked his bass in
Swltz'llalld.111 tour -

of laymen oipanizntious ., c, Lake Harry KlUaroey.King, Jr., of Winter you want to catch a parrot
.IId, attend chuich men- Haven registered a bass sealIng fish, says the Miami Seaquar I
ergs in elRht states and the 11-2 out of Like Kiislm- lum's Capt. Bill Cray, try a
DlstiHi I t of Columbia brfoip IFturnini -
mee during the week potato Parrotflsb are strict
home May Iflf Thr <'* ''
It war a week for youth. vegetarians.
(linni i isit In sponsored la the ; '. t ,
United Stall by United ChurchMen .
record 01 a cltl a general depaitment I i I v'i.,. \ t. I'' .
tan and public official of the National Count of \

reveal that he always ChuteleN ;. ';" }f .,.; TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'Soop

maati the challenge of ...'t ,,: :
the moment with fidelityand ,,3""
eat character courage LUNKER BASS-James H. Davis age t 13, of How.y.
in.fhe.Hdls has taken over the Iud In the U. S, Open 1
ORLANDO SENTINEL HTH Super-Chior Black Ban Championship with a catch weighing 14

PERCLORON pounds and measuring 21'/i' inches in length. (

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PMIIItil$ AtfvtrtlMmtnt, Paid CO.U I(
/N By Kynt Ctmpilgn' : Fund, Sloth l *>.. $.W. CY Mm Visits Area In MayThe
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Polk County Mobile!] X- Health Department, 9-11:30:
ELECT Ray Unit will be In the Win- a.m.; Winter Haven Health

ter Haven area at least 10 Department, 2.4 pm. ,, ,0'. .
different days In May, It was Monday, May 18 Fort tp '
revealed today by the County Meade, Chevy Center, 10 a.m.1 .- .:t ;.
: Health Department In Its p.m.: Fourth St Launder- "
Ii 5 ,,<,.. I,Uschedujj JoOhe month. mat..2:JO-4 p.m, ,'
The scheduleFriday T" dat, May 10 flames ", ;.
May 1-Lakelind. City City Park, 10 a.m.-l p.m. ,!
Health Department, 911-30: and 2.30-4:30.: : I
a.m. ; Winter Haven, Health Wednesday, May 20 Bar f
Department 2.4 p.m, tow, County Hospital, > '.m.. Ir' j ,
Tuesday May S Winter 12:30: nOOD.Thursday.. .... '
Haven, Blrdieye Division 7- May 21 Lakeland ;) -
9 '.m.; Auburndale City Munn Park 9:30 a.m- 1
Park 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 12:30 p.m. and 1:30.4:30.: : I .j. "
Wednesday May I-Barlow. Friday, May 22-Lakeland, ,t"; / ." f :
Polk County Hospital, 9am- Health Department 9-11:30: .
1230: pm.; Winter Haven- a.m., Winter Haven Health :'

QUILLIAN S, YANCEY p.m.Blrdseys Division 1:30.4:30: : Department Monday May, 2-4 25-Mulberry.p.m. tl, '". .

STATE SENATOR Thursday May Lakeland, Health Department 10-12 ,riJ. "
Southgate Shopping Center noon, Bartow, Health Depart '. ",
10 a m1 p.m. and 2.S p.m. ment 24pm.Tuesday. '
Friday May S Lakeland, May M Lake t '
Health Department, 9-1130: Wales, Health Department 9- : ) tly:

MR. CITRUS MAN a.m.; Winter Haven Health 11:30: a.m.; Hainea City, .
: Department 2-4 p.m. Health Department, 1-3 p.m. .I ,
Monday, May 11 Bartow Wednesday May 27 Au "",'f';.1;' '.
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Do You Want To Be Polk County Hospital, II '.m.- burndale Health Department, ,. '. ,
| I 12'30 p.m.. Bartow, Health 11:30-11:30: : a.m.Thursday ,
NO Department, 24 i .m. May 21.11:30: I.m. \ .tt. w (
Represented By An \ \\ \ Tuesday, May 12 Lake Thursday, May 28 Polk ,.. 1 _' .
Wales Health Department 9- County Jail 2-4 p.m. j 1Jl -
"Experienced" Competitor? 11:30: a.m.; Haines City, Friday, May 29 Lakeland ,.j. ,0,:,. "
Health Department, 1.3 p.m. Health Department, 9-11:30:
Wednesday, May 13 Au- a m. Winter Haven, 2-4 p.m.
QUILLIAN YANCEY Is not burndale Health Department
'.U:30 .,m.; W R Grace yt
your competitor. Yanceyowns Company Highway 60 west, New president of the Florida
Attractlona Association la Joel I
2.4:30: p.m.Thursday.
outside Polk County, 14 Frost Kuptrbsrg manager of Carib-
no property May ben Gardens .Theaa.aocatlon "
proof Health Department, 1230 -
la made up of Florida's
p.m.Friday tourist attractions
Yancey IS NOT In a position to May IS-Lakeland. leading

undercut market prices on citrus.

QUILLIAN YANCEY is concerned

about the effect synthetic-type fruit e

juices.Is having on the Industry. "leer y.... .g., I med.. twe

I",,,.,.... ,1.-. give
'YANCEY Is experiencedin ." .
QUILLIAN ye. a win! la |...r.m.i>> .' .... .. .,

handling legislation to promotethe and H put yew r I" "*Yt s_ models' fbon Gruff, Shut Ray
best interests of the citrus .vrmiit a a swlnmIlk -

Industries. 5 different to make a big splash Y
and vegetable foilt, Tile r*"r4 peeves ways

I have .."t .ltlt I with yeI "
YANCEY as State Senator without going overboard on price
QUILLIAN I eik v.e M. I* lap furt t

will study citrus problems and with tSr ll t.
your m apNH ra
It'a get-the-cotuge-ivady tim Put.th..boat.in.theinside. -yet nicely sized for eaay handling-pliu wide :
WORK WITH YOU to help solve M<**d tn .h tk!. .1..1! water time. Baseball tfme. Trade N" Travel Time at choice of engines. :

your Chevrolet dealer's. Tim to get out of that winterEven the thrifty Chevy I II I now' has hill l\atlftlinl !
A ,.'I" .m...
them insofar as it is possible time rut, into one of Chevrolet's) ftv"l great power And the unique Corvair offers new

...t highway performers. extra power that ascents'' iU read-hugging '
through legislation.
Now it's HAY to go on vacation fiat rear engine tract ion \\'hiMoivettespeaksfor ..

DEDICATIO SIRY1CICarlmt4 class-without paying a ftral-eJMa\ price. itself-in a thioatx poiu car ton

QUILLIAN YANCEY is Qualifiedby WIN In a luxury Jet-smooth Chevrolet, for pE y yEL Yea right now is new car time. T-N-T .
GOOD GOVIINMINTReelect example. This beauty nvab just about any Time Time to get the. moat fun from new t

background, training, educationand car in styling performance and! comfort 116E car To get a great trade on your old one :

EXPERIENCE to SERVEAs Or try a totally new type of travel ;m the To get a big choice at your Chevrolet
youthfully styled Chevelle Lot of room KM IM Saul muma NWOMWM dealer'a. Come on III !
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Mary, Crum, P SUMS y.ff UncWtnd Trade Hall Hitting Again As Twins Ambush IndiansBy I

Jan Brown WESBURY. N.Y. (UPI FRED DOWN ter a homer .by Johnny Ro with three star pitchers ailing was .......rwer to the
Who war the taiajoirwho IH "Spares WraterJlmmie mano gave the battens the lead and wtth various other "injuriesto Houston clubhouse pondering
held the ..., UetotOB H.II is too young to and .Ma gtaai.asMilsig. single I important) players So they toe fortusM of pitchers who
a record twta aMhla. know and too flood to car off Gary Bell. MM alter three left (hair sentiment in the chib- toil far a team that east
Cop RegionChampionship payoff of lIua.W at how baseball sophomore jinx walk RIM the ...... Rich I house and carved out a third score .....
Roosevelt Raceway TWa- started Rollins also homacsd for the etro iKht:. victory that mill leaves In other National games Philadelphia .
day night* He does think. however thata Twins while BMMM had two them it) ninth place In the Na defeated CuMinsMti, 4-
Track officials aMarmined 345 batting average I Is proof homers and AI Sat ith. and Leon IK'nal League five games behind a, St. Louis beat New York. S-
that the ticket was that it's a lolta bunk Also that Wagner one each for the Indt the front-running Phlladell'hia 0. Los ABfales downed Houston -
sold in the craaaMaad he and fellow muacleman Harmon ana PhilliesKm 3-1, and Milwaukee! topped

And a ticket setter. therethought" Killebrrw,. Bob Allison & I conaMer Johnson Pittsburgh, M
Mary Gay Crum of Co., Dick Stuart's fraud I a m the :yes The TwlM routed Dick Donovaa
Plant \ be sold it to a are going to make the homer yrarold righthander who HM -
City and Jan Brown of LakeRegion woman. Minnesota Twins mighty tough Sox a M gave are Boston Red allowed a total of three earnedruns in 414 Innings aid car
claimed low to get along with this n-stattaf triumph rid a M teed Into the seventh
gross and Maybe tile person who mmJimmif. over the BeMMWt. Ortolei, the and. eight hits In two conserutlvt -
low net honors respectively In bought the ticket bat it who set an American Kisses City AtMrtfcs games and lost !but Wafnar's three-run
the Lake Reffkon InvitationalGolf or destroyed it by mistake League rookie record of 13 the Detroit them both* Alongside him. the homer enabled the radians to
5 l,
Tournament yesterday ," said another official .homer last season, was a bit Los Af4tt and the hard I luck Roger Craig of ISM tie DM seen. BIU Dailey. who
sponsored by the club's wo- of UM: Long Island off in hit timing when the current Washington Senators Atli nipped, the and 199. looks like the guy who pitched the last three Innings
mess golf association M M, nvi ,..aM1w1 harness track. campaign started He went other American League 21. in hit the ltt,000 twin double. at war Mlmaaota'a. wi&ner
Mary Crum fired 77 S-fvr-18 and Sam action Stuart doubled home the tying
a over At any rate nobody even Manager In ether National Roosevelt Raeeway -
the plush layout to edge Martha showed to claim thewlot.U 'tdl'te'Ooo.red whether rivalpitchers World games, run In the ninth inning and
Jackson of Cleveland up had discovered a era. champions, though they Johnson was tapped' for a run connected for his grand slam
before the track cial are, the Los Angeles Dodgersare In the first Inning on Maury in the llth off Dick
Heights by one shot and Dot weakness. Hall, relieving
closed for the night not above belting Will,.'
But then a good single and Willie Davis' Stu Miller who bad
Thomas Lake the sli-foot, issued
Region by Ifyearold
The old record payoff man when h, down triple but Johnson
shots In native of and the two walks and a
three the gross division Belmont N.C., regained single
for a twin double war act That food man la Ken John. Colts lOt even In the seventhon around a fielder's
his choice to fin
timing, to off
only a week at Gulfstream go on son of the Houston Colts a triple
ago who by Jerry Crete and the basea
Second In the low net group a Tfor-11 "tear"Jimmie lilt Beneficiary of the
Park Thursday became Eddie Kasko'a
a married the aqueese bunt. blow was Bob
war Topsy Meriweather of never looked better Heffner fourth
first pitcher
couple John In major league Then Johnson's
Plant City. Vera Cs+ehurst of than Tuesday when he tied the history game want Red Sox hurler who worked
lose down
Helen McGrady of West a nine-inning the drain as Dick i
with only 2-3 of an inning
Plant City taking third. score a ninth-inning homer no hitter and who Tracewskl
Hollywood Fla., collected Tuesday tripled to lead off
Seven clubs and won It with bases Diego Beget pitched a five-
guest and a filled
sponsoring night
turned .
In another
BLASTING FROM BEACH-Winn watches excellent eight Wills doubled
Lake Region participated Hughes $ /.8IIUO for a $2 wager. 10th Inning single as the Twins and hitter for his first win behindan
her Lake blasts from performance only to bow Wally Moon followed with
Wales Louis
s teammate, Sprott, a eight-hit Kansas
)in the championships.Low : scored a M victory over the to the Dodgers, 31. single that City attack
net from each club were: a yawning trap during yesterday's Lake R.gion Womens Industrial Cleveland Indians Hall's leadoff The Dodgers of course, have ing across the sent Maury scoot that Included a homer, double
Eva Jackson Sebrlng, Hstel Golf Association invitational A shotgun start launched an Loop homer In the ninth came af been having their own troubles few moments plateA later Johnson and single and three RBI's by
Cot tin d g h a m, Cleveland attack by 98 women golfers from throughout Central Honors Bowlers Ed: Charles
Heights; Maxine Sheldon I Florida on the I l-hole. championship layout

Howey-in-the-HBla: Dee Pride. Rsy'i Restaurant defeated

Winter Haven: Helen Crum Hill Rise Kentucky Derby Pick Cypress Gardens Lanes for
Flint City; C. DaHaiandra, the team championship of the
B rtow; Marian Ellis, Lake Wins Trial With Stretch Ramble CVOIVM Industrial League.
Wiles; and Wynelle Angle Members of the Ray's team
Like Region LOUISVILLE Ky. (UPIA) them if rival owners recover in are captain Bob Bruno Ed
Xher awards presented field of 1Z shaped up today for time from the Jolt they got (:anevin. Wayne Hasklns Bill
were-: Vivian Cole Lake Saturday's running of the $125 when Hill Rise cut loose witha Hlckmsn Phil Prall, Jack
Wales, most 1'1; Terry Aiken 000 added Kentucky Derby following breathtaking run in the final Van Hart, and Don Zimmer
Sebrlng, most 5's; Martha a brilliant victory by derby race It firmly estab man.
Jackson, Cleveland Heights, Hill Rise Tuesday in the $13. lished the California colt as the On the Cypress Garden
longest drive on It; Quids 000 derby trial solid favorite in the 90th running Lanes tem la caotaln Don
McAuley, Sebring, closest to There remained the possibility of American's racing classic Melnic Bobby Cayaon, Jack
pin on IT; Barbara Sachse- that a few others may Join) Garrett Charles Lawrence,

miler, Sebrlng low putts; and Milton Mdnlg, and Ronnie
Mary Allen Lake Wales, most Tucker.
Maior Leaaue Standinas
putts. Individual honors went to
-- -- -
., Wayne Hssklns. high average

Church League By United Press International (night) -WlUhite( (0-1)) vs 182 Bob Cross high scratch
National LeagueW. Nottebart (0.1). series 633;; One Glmson. high
L. PcLGl Philadelphia at Cincinnati scratch game 254; Vance
Opens SeasonThe
Philadelphia 1 2 800 (night) Banning (24)) ... West high handicap series 731:
Winter Haven Church San Francisco 7 3 .700 1 Jay (1-I). Johnny Alexander high handicap
League moved Into action Pittsburgh 7 5 .583 2 Pittsburgh at Milwaukee game 288; Jim Irvin most ,
Improved bowler. 19 pin In-
Milwaukee 7 5 .583 :2 (ht-Cibbon (0-0)) or Veala a
Monday night with First Bap-
create In aversgeand Bob
tilt taking the opener from St. Louis '1'.538 2Vi (1.1) vs. Cloninger (0-1). 277 with 143:
game a
average SAL E-
Grve Lutheran 13-3. CincinnatiHouston 6 6 .500 3 New York at St Louis Cross Century Club patch ,'-
6 I (night) Fisher
Terry English and Jerry .429 1Chicago (0.1) vs Gibson New officers are Art Wll-!
4 6 (2-0)).
Listen smashed homers for helm president, Ed Cans van,
the winners while L Piper gota Los Angeles 5 9 364 5 1'IIunda,'. Games vlre,president; and Larry Seymour
double and two singles New York 2 I .182 8* San Francisco at Chicago Ifc.tary.treIiUrtr.Pepped .

For the losers, W. Brownhit Pittsburgh at Milwaukee
one home run that was Tuelda, Results Los Angeles at Houston night
Bond for two rum. San Fran at Chicago ppd rain Phila at Cincinnati night Named
St. Louis I New York 0
(Only games scheduled)

Oenlson The game Field.was played at Los Angeles 3 Houston 1 American, League Top Old Timer Nt'n.OW'; "........... lOW"..... C 1IIIII............
Philadelphia 4 Cincinnati. :2 ,
W. L. Pet. GB p4iL4'IfB
SWrrH<8K3N9 CONTRACT :M4w uke ',Pittsburgh 5fMedneiday's Cleveland I 3 625 Lester Pepper nosed out i, if
OTTAWA Probable, PitchersSan Minnesota T S .583 Marty Martinson for Mi-haver* :
Ont (UPIIoo Don i
Smith former star halfback for Francisco at Chicago Chicago a. .556 W ire of the Old Timers Bowling ZEBCOS.1t W.t., II".,

tie University of Missouri has Msrichal ((2.0)) vs EllsworthII Detroit < S .545 M League 89
Pepper compiled a 178 average -
( ) Baltimore 5 S .500 I
signed a contract with the Ot
taws"football club Los Angeles at Houston New York 4 4 .500 1 while Martinson fell short
by one pin at 17S.
> Washington I' .462 m Others r':
having high averages
Boston fI"
.455 m were George Wetdecker 166,
PATHWAY Los Angeles S T .417 1 Bill Graf 168, andR y Mstheney
Kansas City 3 S 375 1 169. /

Thursdsy's Results Roy Taylor copped the high 2404
Chicago at New York ppd rain tame score with handicap at The BIG Beef ,Ian.IfOD
Boston Baltimore 4, 11 inns 277. Weldecker had 164. Art
Minn. I Cleveland tlllsson: recorded a 714 for high Busy-Dvty BaUncif Tickli
I. uel\ I,10 Inns Mulll-purpoM spinning reel .,,, duty non-wrrocive reel
series with and Nencansw If.
handicap G.orr.
City S Detroit 1, night Thumb eonlrol fresh e rstr.ight'hsndled salt water fits
Los Ang 2 Washington 1, nightWedse'dsy's Darts had a 664. bulton $795 R eta II towvoat.d $4110 RETAIL+ and most spin-
"1II'bJ n Ii II'All Probable Pitchers Other awards went to Red .S..loodJve C tall entailed '? 8enJ) $22.95..1011
Cleveland at Minnesota Beswlck for Deal Sport and .. e Used drag .
Ramos .
Leonard Arnett fo tootles $489 IJC"\lbuI.$2469 r"'..... and click at V "f Ofl
_ PRICES GOOD THIU MAY 2ND Chicago(04)( at vs New Stlgman York-(0-1)Peters). Bowler. Arnett was also theWlnnlnll..t line 100 ydt IneCaIJed 151b. a.cftaa Zsbca touch eontrol fsalbe' | / '

(10) vs, Downing 0.0). Bowler.
af WALKER'S GIN Baltimore at Boston Estrada Officers for the coming year

((0-0) vs Morebead ((0-1). are Haven Clyde, president Grove;Ray of Matheney Winter ,'UL Hytl iAT Ny.

3 FOI Washington at Los Angeles of Barlow, vice-president
4 39 (night) Bouldin ((0-1)) vs. B. Leonard Arnett of Lib Alfred,;
12.99RELSKA .
Lee (04)( ) secretary; and Charles Marsh
Detroit at Kansas City of Lakeland, treasurer Directors .
(night) Aguirre (0-0) vs. are Boy Taylor, Cypress America' Mott
aOIVODKA O'Donogbue (00)Tharadsy'f.
Lanes; Lester Pepper Haven-
w Games dale Lanta; Red Beawlck and Popular Re.1'IE8'O
Detroit at Kansas City Sam Welmott, Lakeland Lanes;
Cleveland at Minnesota and Lemar Davis, ft. Mead
Chicago at New York Lanes.
(Only games scheduled) The Old Timers will continue -
3 8.50 to meet on Saturday ThI.I .
STHiHAIG PHILADELPHIA (UPICal) I weekend they will bowl at *
z McUih. Philadelphia Phillies Na..n at. Lanes. 33 7E" l77

pitcher placed on the Umporary .

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has returned to his home la Ed.
fxcluslva label fsHhartawh central, bclutlv self-
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..Thuma central 1 kitten CII't"lIII badI 98
from a shoulder "Injury and $1115 $8
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i_ IAGE IIftNE'l"f that the entire Florida con aa a me**.* place It can be NOTES N WRITE. AN'TELLVO AH
plnik tlfkles EtKM firessional delegation has been MM tnm all over the fair WAS ALIVE" 1H

TA irr cooperating marvelously and Md from M monorail and It ( f'1)UT9
Florida BULL RED HOT doing everything possible to stews .p beautifully at night." NEW YORK ''UPI-A) series
atru Mutual Her help us they understandthe Moth aolesaented.FOLK of 39 seven-minute travelogue
man Steele, who bit been Jo pro hiI'm thoroughly" u seen through the eyes of

voting the major portion of Ins LEADS children Is being limed for ynctlratlon .
"*nfor several months to "O. J. GAINING; ? omnn' CENSUS by Screen Oems Pa-

Study and work on the pot.'n- Ilu Honda Citrus ( ommi*. Despite tttt devastating ef. rifle Film Production of AUKtrails I
dally dangerous tariff Mtua Mim-' Intrepid acting directorof feels of the December 'a and the TBS Network In
'hon, w:1J: be back in Washing ( advertising. Jim Hopkins fNeae oa Pear County's com Japan "My Friends Around the

Ion flit week for further "(ex win-i bahy is "0 J.". sym Mfteal elites groves, the World"s/ the title of the aeiiex
Ptoratory" meeting with hoi) for The Real Thing and county stiR had the Mate in .
member of the (hi- writer the number of citrus trees .- ._
Florida con have. as we have CBS will telecast the 'Mtax --
ffreasional delegation and of' said in (the past a difference ecordmg to a survey reeenUy Universe beauty pageant from A
"i / MS4V7TO QfMOMfrue
ficial. of other interested of opmun on the virtues of completed through the Miami Beach Fla. at 10 p.m. /MAG/NA'J/AWL/AAr /elfsrQ /wsA'SeGeeE
agencies. "0 JHowever" Joint efforts of the Florida and Auf I.NBC's. / Vs lD Coop' ,'a-e, AND Off WHO Mf /S/
Steele point out that the in all fairness we United States Department of.Agriculture AoYS NA> ,oi6lrN i DrOn[ r.fiX 7D Itt(+G N/Ml, j-

outcome' of the citrus industry must report that "0. J." Johnny Canon I I. go
a unrelenting battle l seems to be gaining some en Ins to try the night club game
against lowering or elimlnat thusiasU currently six concentrates VALENCIA CROP SHORT for a month beginning July T
Ing tariffs on foreign citrus plants are using or Florida Citrus Mutual, In IU when he heade a new show at
brought into the United State. planning to use the symbol, latest "Triangle" has laid the Sahara Hotel In Ire Vegas
will probably not be known including Ben Hill Griffin what this writer has beeen. The "Tonight star had only

for several months, until it Inc., of Fro troot, General declaring all along-that thinyear's one previous shot at club work
is crop of Valencia Is a week In a small
announced whether or not Juices. Plymouth Citrus Pro eafe in
two to four million boxes
Bakersfield Calif..
citrus commodities are removed duets Southern Fruit Distil. some 10
of the government estimate year ago Guest stars will\ All
from the butors
lists drawnup Adams, and
U this Is the case, In for him on "Tonight" 4.19
for Duck
negotiation at Geneva.
naturally the total supply of .
Switzerland Hopkins says even some of
Mutual is continuing to those who were most violently accordingly concentrate, will and be reduced The title of that situation --- -- ,
bring all pressure possible to opposed to adoption of the many concentrator comedy series starring Dennis
bear on officials close to the symbol are now showing In. In* could find. themselves Weaver on NBC in the fall has ; I THOUGHT THt DAUGHTER I THU'Ll 5LB.V YOUr I RENTED I WA4N THERE,
administration terest In It, and, although the an out-of stock position been changed to 'Kentucky 1 OF FREDERICK J. MAYNARD A WMITr JACKET fOR Wl SE.NIOK RUiTV' PAM (COULDN "
to the
save for certain brand and Jones" THAT TNt TRUTH, WALL I cur {WOULD LAU6H AT A KID (GET' A "ATEWE .
major effort of promotion has Formerly, It was "Kl'n.tucky' PROM BUT NEVER GOT UP AW
Industry from this disas can size before the THROUGH HIGH KHOOl, next < NEVER
been toward Kid' and \ NERVE TO CAll YOU 50 [
use by ,
ter, Steele said He added concentrators open. The continued dry "Kentucky" I'D RATHER HAVE HAD A DATE A4K.CD ME, I EVERY MORNING '
that It was apparent the average some chilled Juice outfits spell!, relieved by rains early WITH YOU THAN STRAIGHT A* 1 RLbTY' BEfORt r ,A5St5'' YOU STAYED NOTICED HOME THOUCiH I DOUBT! IF "I i>
Florida citrus grower are planning to adopt the this week, took its toll through AND A LETTER IN FOOTBALL!
."' .
initials on their product Thereare SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN _
was becoming abnormal droppage
Increasingly I
aware of the problem, "Judg no restriction as to use a r M
except that it cannot be usedon

ing menu from we the have letters received and com lately a product not packed in i ,

and added that the entire pure Florida orange, nor juice on anything, and site but of Desegregation Of Schools I

Florida citrus industry "is up the symbol Is restricted to r
In arm." and doing everything prevent some shrewd operator I

possible to make its feelings adopting It as a brand to cash Main Purpose Of Rights BillDuring 1
known to those In authority, In on the millions of advertising '
The citrus industry factors dollars devoted I
to 0
of California, Texas and Art- :r.. WASHINGTON (UPI) The the long civil rights :
-- desegregation --- --- -- --
of schools but debate
acne are 'coooeratinf Southern opponent
fully"In While _
we still feel the citrus
the -hacid. not the achievement of r.cl.1"ballnce" have attacked the bill* failure T e case NO .NON 17 '
fight and are, Industry would have done better VE LOST ff / I WARNED *
ed "If possible, even more to use the "SunFLAvor" is a goal of the to deal with the 'balance t issue GEeraecsEI WE'VE LOST THE MN OMi \ YOUSALLY/THE
House-approved civil right bill ILL NEVER SEE ABNER
They have even promised si BOMB IS IN THE
concerned than we are, because brand which won a contest initiated now pending In the Senate ,the bill' supporter an MSJt ALIVE AGAIN r \ HANDS OF A
California has seen the by commissioner (if Under the bill the oppor t.MINAINOWI)
attorneygeneral tunity to vote
on an amendment
I results of lowering tariffs on agriculture Doyle Conner, or could begin suit to authorizing to-called 5(\
I an agricultural commodity. the simple word "FLORIDA"glamped force desegregation on behalf of busing I
I The lemon industry In Califor on a can, since the students and parent. who are The promise has brought no I
I nla was nearly wiped out commission has already Invested unable to do so Similar provisions joy to senators from state 1-
through tariff-free Imports an enormous sum of were rejected by the Sen which Include large cities co ; -
i from Italy money In the symbol, we hope ate in the civil rights bills. of There the question of imbal- -
The results to the average It'can get its money' worth 1957 and 1960 ance" between whites and Negroes ,

Florida grower, a man who for the Florida citrus Industry This year, 10 years after the has provoked demonstrations .
I has, for instance, 20 to 80 FLORIDA AT WORLD'S FAIR Supreme Court decision barring both for and against neigh L
acres of citrus, could be dlsastroui Citrus industry people who discrimination in publicly supported borhood schools which are often I I'r
tariffs on foreign citrus traveled to New York last schools, opposition to the segregated by reason of pre I r.r.ti .

were lowered or even decreased week for the opening of theWorld' so-called Title III provisions vailing housing patterns ,r ___ j L e Iky rtJ
appreciably Said Fair were pleased to while vocal and voluminous has In addition to authorizing civil !
find the Joint ------ - -- -
Steele exhibit by the been overshadowed by the bill' ------- -
: "Conceivably, this suits by the
Florida Citrus attorney general M Nor DOING THIS I DID IT rM
Commission other controversies JUST TRYINCi TOnEcAIJSE
could totally destroy the Florida the bill would .
and Florida Fresh Citrus As provide for federal I'M MAD BECAII LONE BREAK MXI Of THE
Shippers voted the
by Home the
citrus Industry, by turnIng assistance, upon request, to Yt7U,17EAR HABIT OF EAT1NQ I
Association .
one of theoutat.ndlnl bill prohibits action to correct C r .
over all our domestic mar school boards wrestling with desegregation 4 S 0 BETWEEN Tava
kets to foreign Imports." The Florida features of the racial Imbalance Such action, problems It would rt 4 r> MEALS htac
pavilion. "We were by pairing ot
danger he points out, U not\ predominantly authorize a survey on unequal
definitely U.
not oversold on the white and .
predominantly colort
: educational
just one of lowered. ptlces or location-'it's one of the best," .. schools or through interschool opportunity due to a
)1/ more competition to Florida race, color, creed or national TIM'
citrus, but of virtual annihilsVon one official commented "The busing, has been major origin I tII" t\ 1
big Is
orange becoming a landmark focus of civil rights controversy
of the Industry, lie added -people speak about It in northern cities Desegregation of public facilities

playgrounds, park,
pools, libraries and the like -
which are operated by the

A mtitagi from the Trroaury, of a free peopb states or their subdivisions i* .
the aim of another section of -;, i
the 11-part bill It would authorize j biw y .

/ similar civil suit by the _------ -- .... c
--- ----
attorney general on behalf of b
i.l xJt persons denied the use of the THEY1te RIGHT LOOK! I.ocE wv'I.Ir A .i a 4 rJEcOVO! M7ZQ.,., S URe CANT, C J e
publicly supported facilities THBLS M6 'W6 Os 'n a EOGt TMOY ARC tIR6 i t'Ll. IJ5 p TriINK We AMY PINPOLDV
( 4
This section not to be confused 9NMMP! ltOp! 'JCOPCI TH6 IN TsfOSe 31
with mother which deal -, r, WITH THAT? UILDIN61 t, room b
with private a
enterprises offering J' V
accommodation to the public ",.."
would also allow the attorney ,t I
i\ general to intervene He could T

press suit by individuals who .
w. claim they have been denied I r
equal protection of the laws rVl ,1 .
as guaranteed under the 14th

Amendment.Also Included in the bill I I. a r.a 10'r

ar 4. tV four.year leas on life until 1r\

Jan. 31, 1968 for the Civil I UUt.' I
Right Commission The com : 10'h
mission would also be )1
to investigate vote authorized -DOOWACiCA tNACKADGC pt7o 4pPA O O ASdOO ",A ,prA 1T'8 STWuJGB t10rN ,,dYIRCKAD00

fraud and serve a* a clearing BpPASitOO: Rbw" MUSiIW.TAS'rES raw
house for data CAN SEPARATi aia
on unequal protection j
1 iiT
of the laws, PEOPLE INTO aaT


r k y. UNION NJ (UPI) PoOl" h

her caught a theft suspect ,
with his pant down literal aia

I ly ,Y ,

The burglar who broke Into a "
drug store Tuesday lost his -

How to help keep freedom trouser trying to aquees Nd9a '" r-
through a roof vent to make .
his getaway A wallet In the 1111I. "

ringing from every mountainsideHigh pocket Identified the owner of _- -- .
wayward pant .* Robert
E. Pinklewlci a

up on a mountainside in faces up on a mountain Hut Po 11 I e e summoned by the \ \ \ \ A

South Dakota, there'a famous millions of Americans are play store's owner found Pinklewlcs.of \ 1 y\\\ I r aa -

tribute to four American patri ing a real part in the dtfenw Linden, N.J., hiding under a \ a rs A,

ots who did much to mold the of freedom today simply bX parked car sin trousersAdvertising 1vHr Q } ICt2

shape of freedom buying U.s. Savings Bonds ...

But even if there were no When you invest in USA Legal 1 p. _

Mt Rushmore we'd remembermen Savings Honda
you put some "...... T. l ro411..a ...
like Washington, Jefferson money to work for your coun' I* THK: ('UUI'" JLuolg'e
Roosevelt and Lincoln. \ loikr IN eau run rut, d
try right now At the same toasts U>*UI4 \
For the landscape of freedom in time you're putting it to work IN RB::HOMKM IWTATfc T.or bUJUJC

shaped by what they did, not for your own future Aren't .. .. .. .
T* AU Cndltart% as1 F
nuiu H>v 1.11
by the mountainside that pays theme good reanona to buy one In* (MUM .r IteHtMili Aii
a'>id ajuu: .
tribute. Boon*' Yale and .....11 ot fOIl, art k.r..
Even today freedom ia 1y ..1fiM asd M dwwaarb Ih .is daairats.kich WMalws V s0A'I1WNbf V* < a+ fANT' I'LL XHYIWAMMV / .7)664) WLL PLOW LtT3 Nor
shaped by the work of individual ban utiMI Ik* aa.u. .l ...yes... A OUY WTH H1 ./ *) WTMrU.BUVMI IIPOUBTI is N TVP WWEN NE TILL HIM
r T, H._ ds sa.d. 1. Ih. ante w ar K YouR SeOTHER 13esvpelTTCw S sots A > TOP EVTVTlMyMrU. btlsa stfs WMAT r DO y JUST NOW
i -men\and women, like .I RWhMd A. ......... louaty eivAW le r' oNb /tA*+e 61X1! W 5YROHT ID MIS CLUBW'y S I
Judy, M Mi mM to UM Court lip60LPT Ytts PO4R1W eMROEs'A
you. Of course, only a few HIMUM M t..r*..w. Jls l4*, VIIMHiMlMMUr x t vLp. ( '
.a mMlu from a.ru r SrAlz ,1 '
s Americana will ever have their 1H< whys to ,lie date rf UK nnlIVkllCMIM 11.1 p 1 !
.* Ikta BOttC lace
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Keep freedom In your t r. with none kx. .MIIM sail Mat ass Ik.. : U.S. ice aIa_." waA IM mar l>. Bud I
Savings Bonds sane loa ...... sa si.n.,5L .' _,...
soww wm b.assa sold, *
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21-. Sal "". A, NW CYIUNzsa oral Building.. 17Apr I XPermanent. I 11.May I II lit from th. saving flies MMilTMrlEDRoM Whitley CY s SNIWllma
"Complete with haircut sostyling" Dud... CY STSatt
CUSTOM MADE DRAPES ANI and more people ..n
ALTERATIONS Blind atltcheimodem I ....... of conerot< ;Wore
equipment- 1010. Hlckorj aad ....1. Boautlful. marble dad haa .. Home Improvement I art using our promo .B-

CARLTON SOUTHEAST NW CY 1-7644 ...... Edna SchoaoeiSiMay palatine 14 .Yoara.tr.r.. .couaur.... .waloichanft courteoul mortgage 'u mom hullt-ln ill bell: kitchen; .lore, all lam bon i I

SALON ROBATO WRECKING COMPANY CYnit Vices DO Obligation home. Itesutl full landnnapedHa AVB M. ...,
BEAUTY has lor ao: data, doom. floor c.yr= POOLS REPAIR RtCPI-ACE: PAINT city water aid ewer but l lWINE. h' .hodroom.nramle .
Southeast Plus CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIESAND log. window. Vonotlaa blind. pipe. l-Kay 1, Call fur nICE ESTIMATE U H TOWN COUNTRY elr. He city tale) Brhod. Cumpletely til renovated.hullt-ln I kitchen,
SLIPCOVERS lambor all W... All materlaliaom GRAY. Contractor after I 80 p mMMUl hue aervtae t* aa shads at ire.boor .t hath .
Mlwtkm of fabric l IM Down H7 M Moat. Nicely Undaraped' lour fruK treea.fJntrMt4
CY 1-101 Large at Cfcntral Arc khool.l CY08H l-May <. MORTGAGE CORP CY
FREE: ESTIMATES CY 1-404 4i'. *- at-May cy .t.... a-Ti | phone 0.055.
.1 MOVING STORAGE -J'f1 Magnolla- -- .----- ...

Open Evenlafs POLY FOAM RUBBER Aur aM
2ITI'BrlftI or ahap DISCOUNT -
-- -_ ..... AWED VAN LINES: CAVITY DEMOS. BOO OMtMt- ( A Buy Located on AH Hifhwiy ST
Jewtlryin : BOXER Stud Service ondorMmMI ..Ifnaturoathor Local Lone DlitancaMovlnc INU CABLING. HE SK.TTINU: Just South of Dundee. S BR

d law A purpoata alco dallM A Sloraco Complete nlean-up Pree tellmate*' Drastically Ktdared frame home. Fruit Stand. Nowdeep
Third ,.... SWif car:: III'Ti Ramps Mats poehM .Call Collect Oft.-Bartow Air Ba. Call LVKBS TREE SCHVIIB ((13)I ) Red( Elate For Sale ..n. Some of acrtagt In
Block Boutlt of root Office tt.mpa. STAR PRESS rhoao CT 17.Apr. 1, CY I-4U4. It-Majr U tl.000 Spacious I bedroom, I'
.-am. Ut Are. A. NWTi- ,rov.. Priced to ttttle sa i
Oaality; Walck ail POODLE pT.aM MOO PUPP1CUP tile bath home la 8E Heuonl I

M1MFS PINI TELEVISION REPAIRS REALTY W.lk'n' dlttanco to itoret I.. ails!.. $10,500.EDNA .
Jewelry Repair POODLE SALON Phone 2U178Stor ITS A err STROUT
appointment 17-TI Divestment opportunity at a bargain Painting PaperingRepairing school Fit, room, attrtctlv

price. Momorial RaHoni SPRING SPECIALS kitchen with huts of cabinet, WATSONREALTOR
11 Cemetery lots In In* beautiful Oar I Ilza
POR SALE CHEAP I Ewe wltlll lira of OothMtmana 4 adjolnlnc Wen LAKCFRONTSt / Air conditioned, fenced back
lambs Aaklnc 13000 I per ewwith road Moat be _. la approrlato ViN IV Sortie Irrigation lyitem. I
Por "the CY ..41.'
((2)) Help Wanted lambe. Call. CY Anlmale"1:171.: In eiusolten'health. MML Need each inUit aril ja-TV CY L J. McCOY Quality workmaiuhip la The South I bath' Lot IXsITQ |3t,UQ. block t dl off of chain of lakes,'o: 111 IL NW 301
Kjt Ml, el... aad ..- S A H Oreen Stamp. '
Good terms Own ._
lit 900 _
able, Phone CY MUD 111 4(1ItreeL JoTr I BR. I* bona Lot TI*M M800C --- --
FOR BALE: HQ-ltO All amatesmotor Joe PIII Vitae e 17-T1' leaving for North Wants Immediate .
PETS;: Wooley Monkey SiMaMonkey. hand receiver ((4 oldhut Lnt ItOiiMO PI.KMI BEDROOM. S-hath, hullWn avail
WOMENover nan I BR 1* hath
lala Let show .
Peklniteee Mlnlatun/ now veal CY I-16M. :tWO DAY NURSERYJACK me rou tad ramte IIm.II..... paymentaad
Poodles. German Shephrrda Poi -- -- ------ ALUMINUM BR I bath. Ut IU MO $".000SllJL this today before you buy anjthlnf. aeeiime -f.ar.! payment*
Terrier X Spaniel. Pasrot. '
Springer SM4M40
'' aft*
35 with pleasing personality .. Partkeeta. Blrda Ham SEWING MACHINEREPO8HK88EDI 1"00011
Mynah > tt-l
I bath, Ul HuBiO III r p m
cm earn $30 to $40 a week! "an. Demos Pip. Tropical Plih, IMS DIAL( 0 MAT1C: SWINE A JILL NURSERY I I hath plus natal ro tMUM :: _

contacting established Avoc etc Tt''j. pet. A A pea OARDkr4.uppalms Strl lc NEEDLE automatic l tomloa vas .Screen .Lnchwure* Crpor. Monday 1 Month through- I Veen Saturday Up WR.*t u'''::.. kit. ".... )iltWKj M:uxI :: Bal1ey Realty CoIM OrT hodroom CHAIN, a OP hath LAKM.......-. ,New. 4anreenad 4 I
Iral makm buttonholoa arroeaettulldtiuj
customers, Experience unnece. PLY. 2IHtb '.. 'W JlU71IO. mono. I IculL Awmnce SWmdow 111 Ave. C, B* I H, l lath Awm SIB Bt, NW M.as. doubtePOB .arp.t
laary otltohm | ap..HeALUMINUM :.
5. 33.1 rorn. tlao.: : / 30 Anrea. .1. .. *. d eR Meat .ye .... stele. U..
iachmrntl Balanro Ml W Air CCaldllhrd4t.' CY -mr tr CY MtiMSKPBVNT I w ...... R 4-4131 CY ...... "Tr
J wryWrit Parmrati M lilt per month DISCOUNT.. BALKS: CO. INCLot ,
P.O. Box 1395 or ((7)) To Buy Or Trade Tall Wailer CY Haves MM Ith Bt. SW Oeorf Do ItHi MUI H INCOME Super MarM Full, Plarlda_ pea room IMIWWI af reel iBAtB :air ornow toSBedroom

Lakeland. _...., I ICLFANINO I .Aprll equipped. III 400, |4 000 I owl.. .,1"\..IN I* or'I read CB .hour will. carport,,
cal 682-4137 LAWN SERVICE (tend Mew l rm* lad 4B I 19 III KM Mort-aaMfabte < utility room and Foveae mom. Leo
WB BUY used appllam-ee and fur PRO HI Km |FELUIWORTH :Ilia.it Mod Illlt W oer month aft) ahem In Uke. Alfred. ITU.** affor
21.1 allure and .. aril uaed appllaneoa APPLIANCES fol I SWAP SHOP 1 BH. ,...... a rartaumnt Arompletoly EM Uhe Dnr Of. CY MT7I *N.. T 00 a m nr
sad furniture Brooke. Appliance! electric broom portable' uprlchtand ruralelHid. Air Cold. 31445 .sift.1 onwo.
pn mm
.... _
rollabout cteaM10EASY dopa'.aSNpe
A Purattura 3M1 Havondal. Bird .ERVICilriRfJC MOW K>% Ifcwa -- -- .> H-l
awn A LPN S WANTED Top ealarloa. I-TI. TERMS. a-n
worklnc eondltlona and "' WB BUY -- SODMNU '"'' i iSOU Ai DUPLEX I BRa each ..141marry DOWN
food LI'\ pr": .
... P.O. Bo
other VeneflU.; Muet he ot how FOR FAMOUS KNAPP SHOES thing of Medera Omul N" Like New -- Jbnflrela Sleek HomeiCharlM
character, reliable and la Soot Call SWAP SHOP US. Hwy IT lba1.. II Waverly IM swttw it*.cmome MPmla, Stop. BrokerJM.N4I TransformationThe
.health Contact ...., Ring at Wood- (8)[ ) Automotive TUCK HARRISON Lake CY H 67. l-Mey .

real Nurelnc Home. 401 Motion CY a-ian BUILDING I rntt .alflfta, SMaflTrade WiHtir-J FARE TOWERS
Are. Auburadalo. WO 1..J3&t. U-M Pineal larnHM MS KW Term* ---- --
--- --- MODEL la elegant tbedroom

YOUNG MEN. fulfill your military Compute aerrle -1i.enhlea BICYCLES tow well! water tUna pump A .Boys. Bhat- HOMES In t bath hem.. Remember
L A J Sorrlca, 141 .. SWCY BR t halh I aft A ....<.
TRAILERS tar rosS or salt 1 or (
WWDY'S SWAP / id Ike deluxe fettsrtt each
obligation with only ilx .. ,
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P11431 .
t2I IOM MENSAL : Supply limited Reaern" roe auart**
months active duty. Return for MII RESIDENTIAL. INDUSTRIAL Mew/ dale t."A'It"'P" .- nor lot I04 l'Ir'to.-; No QualifyingI aa pl..iaj Carpeting, drapes. GE

local MarineR --- -.- --- A of all ..07. mlIMItMay Americtaa tU. .awier
tenrlce! with your 1114 OALAXIE $00 XL Wool work repalre rcO. COOL SHADY LOTS t BR. rump, ,
I PIECE eomnlete early Ami-rt- U' I L Florlds Room OMbtth
Call (38-1911, Sport Coupe, tepeed traneml WALSIMRP ham. 4 Itii .to nil of thu BR dltpettl wither dryer cemblaatlon -
unit *
*erv ,
cow H ln room pulls f tab' *14flitMay .J'I I
0170 Rd. -
lion. 47T enflna. dual. four. bucket I : Dundee world gardea A .... Win.ler Lg. utility, one year old
I I chair nets and I lamna |27tMTerwse U they art all ,aUU
Tampa for detaUi. .
...... Call 2M-M44 after I JO p m.aMey .. Mars lit. .OMRrriREktwtT .
this bouts
i ItNl W.II..Itu. Salve' PAINTING You mutt te Onl,
June 30 NW Iherel' AM s large utility roots
M tlh MtOUualfiy
a BH Ilk Il2,6io for thin nice tit room haIBS
--- double ... plies It
mod.. built W klirheahifk .
MECHANIC ppat.rsaly:; ...General FORD 0.1&1& 100 4Dr.A.T. reconditioned muss work A dry to*Itu l"* I lome. I2M down will handle. MILLS si LAKE ELBERY: ,
.ipe round
Eaton .. UK 1145 I unlfumu ed. Sea INTrSlOB A EXTRSIOBMorrle .a.to Set Allen Dowd st Tract offlci .
Bt -
.otJ"- to chain alakaa M
work. Will be working In a newenrtce what you buy and oolonII H rieoiney, PalMMut Oon- I wHh. s psBeramls row si
department. Apply John 00 cult Ill Arlaa/ Ave.Auburadala MTIMLII2IATISPA'TIGN uven A drp meluded 424 W Central or call m.140]
l CHEVROLET: 4-Dr. per HARD-KOTB Plaater. MARBLE Irma r PREK I LAKE' ELDER Lot BS show.
Cook, Senrlea ".nAPr. PleckaaOld.mobla r I Cyl. Std Tran 168MT : Acroa from Cunllaeolal KOTE (or anterior waIte. ........ GUARANTEED ItaMPVRNIBIICD after S FMJOHN.
17-TP Can c::.. ll-TP ........ H, R BROWN CYwiSi Lali ni-tTH Day or MUM Iii 4 I BR 9 bain rot CIlIa bty of the ctmttwy at
OUJIIIIIOBILJI: d Dr ----- '- Alai 1.1.1 SB Winter Have M-l I A round* .2bMe.WARREN.
Lake Alfred lIes! M ( dIy
FORMER MARINES: rHeIYi Aa Power. ....T.. UK $43 POR SALE -. R../ nvondltlonedniriliancee. lilIeS.3TROUT G. WOOD

four (.) days pay each north HAMMOND USED CARS l l vlelen. air Easy mmdltlonera Terme and. $ ---- --- --.1. .:'UB ) N!

tor aoa waek-.B4 drill. Regular .1440 Are E SW Winter HavenM LHWORTH APPUANrPS. 140Ird REALTY & ASSOC., Inc.Dev.l.per.Dander .
CT .44 Day 3WI410rORD Bt NW t-hU, UBEAUTTPUL ed&fPLU4.S.IIWPJrM1
ertditi toward rumors pIsa
the added earning power of, two ... a niece-Sony-Ant"-$- ([I LA) For Rent Unt. ((12)) For Rent, Fum.PVBNISHKV I4SS sth St, hW On Uwy ITFh. .. I

oak IB Call/or- ean dual room (mm. not Nr M4 UllMLB IMSSU JiMIM 7111371
summer camp Air conditioned 141 .rm, ae low. a* II.H weehlvnrarohmiMi Sax 716 lECKEt RttHor
ala IB August Call SM-lill. Very el...... r.I...... MO, Moornrat Purnlture Sale. M tthItreet. .KIHKMAKKBI .-a.EIJJtOOIl ....rt..... Qi/ ,
Tampa for ISM.00. CY MM7. M-W. JfW 4-n Krt MNINMUArABIMKNT I...' aA A' I. Si I1.T' ---;_ lJWJW- -- --- Associates Evs Fa.NT. .
details.Jao.N roR SALE:: INS lInrolet aedb. ---- -- Rriatr H......* .boo eeUoUo* I room duple 1M aMtc perm... ..,.. Alira.w line In Jan-phyt Can H Mrleynelds CY t-MSl ",

'- $ Pmlat. ... at III ...... B. IW ..mom, kitchen equipped, ._,.. AMU. No pot*. Knnoat: iwlfhhornood. / ...._ f'B ...'.. peedSiglbaraad ifurtw p m -MS1711. llIDYLRIDQEVIEW. II.... Wkttley CY 1.1SSI
BOISBKKBPKB WANTED 35....y I beat fara.. m Ava B. NWIARDEJ CY 11.1a CT IM4 5MrKr. shawl. Dswo II'_.BMlaSlad ., Slims M. llodttm CY Ja ;
34 1145 p500*
Poem and board. (mulched' plus 110 _
Sedan. On --- IT I-JWI. MTV I
alary por week. Wktta woman II.. Radio CleanMe PRINTERS ; HOUSES APAYTMENTI .JIo
awnar New *
romd old ilnrle CALL
40 .
roars GROVE I hedneem.t Unfuraiened.IM .
Motel H>y Puralehed" OB LLUlI --- -
Slam Court -- -
nr H4M. mi .... o Jill nOouulUnu at OPEN Iowa
IT JI........ BM hath Plnrlda room drapea *"1 and p1 ATKiNS HEAL I large hednonu. I1* hath. .
LVUER COBMETICB. to >a<.. fenced IIItM Month III MTATR, IM Are E A Julia BtIE. rot benl and air conditbealatlrhulae : H... M. IAKB Una 3.. ... LAKB.
ta tell K tenet*. CY Hill ISTVYEAR ] tMarlrtNTEB "II. term toe atMIM f... VIEW t ....--. I III. 'I"tll
Wrtte. Lamter.W. train Boi and foot furalahkit Or (9)) Business Opportunity CO..IICIINDUSTlY HAVEN- --- PINES? Meheiremn -1>.. -O .... i S4tT .I-BN. t-Nalk IMO ... evernaVlftexh : law lukeesb.r tulip ojHtpped/Svparnla kHtrnen dl. y yow a

hat.. J6.IO .I oW S-bednwea. CB koua air aonditlMwd all oMtairto I (Mr B -U"AT. lie.ML S-Snth. douMa eer.. : =-, Uvw room |leapae. !,
.rlth. ..,...,. and Plorlda room t IMPERIAL APARtMENTIM _ASS orPKBStomar wne, Itue as It. veralt. etlail rhirtdn meta allayed) (arece.nm ;

ANTED: 1 Esperleneed: welder. .MOTEL II uwl4. I yean' all .oration in Lake Alfred. mUnttft.r A.. H. _SK..3114ITP. .. BJ M IAHHmlled M ".._ Bid hm rye larial Mae *t rs* sleets, kumdryween
Apply American Stool Mum c.. 170*u> III.(DO O3. Soo Le. GOVERNMENT Tot ,.. or BarMW W4UIr I.e..., 14 i :in' Corner St or Airport .... to let pared weS aod ....""' ..... au.e4HMlrahlo
tile H.......... Mot .H-1>*.. ...*>. ration In Wlater Ita .. CT 4mJTF r 531aw M 53ppw on itrirne 04111151APAs1MRN "'In A 631431 SB reek day BHPOB ? ....... ..at'N lo rhml" *. PHA valuation:
I SHARP GIRLS or Boy for CTirh.eervlco Pur*.>rw4 t-hmUwMoi *..rtment1nr I >>.,., I 'nt.cot. nr 4-wrs. at-i
......-.. Ouoe le town and ;_
Doj H Buda.. Also 1 dKipatcher Apply I12 Articles For Sale BENT Lak Howard. CY 4IMJ .TPelaoct 1 >> tooIl..UAnt HOMES :: IT Mar M
ee IIf ARDEN UHUTK Maw 4 : aPMe.M KuM. IIMW 4.ro LIENS tXXJI ** -- -- --
'-I MECHANIC 1'. other. need 1Ill ledmoM huoM. larfe family rwoWJ 71ST I SAL, ESTATE. I I. a !a At/r<4iwiwa. Rustic
Ut batn. Ilam lawn lake (VanVeanr .W .
apply. Marc. phia eommlaatonPl4y spas dnt4 urn 104r DESIRABLE
.., Kbmtrw door. air coeyIllloned rat a tontbly
United Motor Serrleo. MO .urMQUE Pembroke mahocaay4S ** I.31 .rJ. -- -- -
[ *.. B. NW ....y 4CXPEJUKNCED > 4S tabte, alas n Marrtaalr .. JOHN O WOOD RealRau .ave B NW. AD redwood sad tt- .
att-am svitrounda. --- --- ---
> Boil ta lair aeodltloa. Phonorr atMSM LOCATION
: roofer to hnlkMipl ..JUt. SMSace. ROOM .panee.nt 440 W, cna: PICTURE dir cooatrucltoa Iplttkrvsl .J
.... Phon* CT 1331331- -- IfICX 1-bedr.a..dwrded waste a, Uao AUnt mIMlpaly planning with I bl-
Drugs Grew 4L h a "Ult I mnM __ aM nrrynnw.m BVTPLOVELY UtutUd *. t sorBnT lot affordisf
.... r.. Ilea.cM aby -- -- --- -- PERFECT room and I Balks .
IMeg i.
el lusty
( Loan ,. Orkaomb. ..,., 1 *71 .*tk St.tBedroan .. NW CT .= IhedrwM darts *. s slew Cattwdrtl apes .... wit i
(2.B) $1,000 Up I ..4 b.ebterrbaete. Plaha.anlaa I .... lake 14.lw.sw. Adulla. nMe Lake iaiBmlt IB to Cyprttt
SIMM and MartruMo. tTPBASAOB AO Uw Into y.e'Yebaa leg IB living room .
CY .*7U
rH' 1 AT YRAPPIC (JO m (IO-AJ) Boars & Motors I II '::: ebb -- SMM-. -.MilL---. _. \looking tot BTto .. BOMS GtrdeBt ftataret arts stwadaaltpaca Mufa turn fireplace f
. balluS. M pefnonth 14 ft. srrtra porch ea
.. ... and ate eitend mar SMUMa tat COIMMO. plus tbs .....we."Bt .
panMsnVBaBnViortgase e Monef Down on any 4aHOTPOIVT I Apa4y Sterm Cowl H t-TP l Moet 'he son to aeprortat* Iwynr jut IMtd beauty Choke upon frldt of ea..t111Nslbh llltalll'It' "_ttaia

lad Ireeier nlELLSWOSTH row BALI I Pontoon with U HPJatmM *"' N.vt4 -- 4-4111 414 Are C MB lITIPPM'1SIoCY louOMitt (BO City Uwi) .." toUrtor few Hurt UBO
APPUADCEB. ...- meter, practle *r ewe -. -- -
_ire war beO awe eMetfcml oeodlth. IftW M. I : u k4L>HOOM 4n. .; an lake" Dork' loctUoe Ort nWrooM floor plan perstHt other home bk) tt In
Loans 'r Plhorttae hunt wM IMJ W tad knxnen a ; aartinM air two iuD UU balks sad Winter Ham CXUjrIUJOO
rtTM pereaae. af Dew .....*. reejlElertrW HP Jehama Motor. .......... ray met iL N. p.la ....--. TY Near North teu SM at I bodroomt or
4JtMj I."r tr-A JI-a. tat b.1 Florida roost oroTtoUm1 with food II... >
$1000 Up- ptBcIM
tralp .
RaaiheaTrader with
Carpet Shaeepumr iHten. PC ** ::cIf = I balm... sad des
T.lllte mtbwtrf n N par .ay. J- BntandHBI Park. Ave S A Hoover ... SKnr -- -- --. CT tTPrBKMtOOM wUld .ipaBM ",* lag svsflabet CaB
-- rscrtttloB
I LPARTMEMTB DCptXXEB: --- ---- tsrft family
yourprobl.ma. a-Tm_BUSIT I a .h...re..ne ...t.. Ie N. S Ne.w apot.a.M claim I hot tit raekkMd I to bath double
ram, TETREAtXTXtaa.
I.Y. BnVor Drive Sueaewr rate MALCOLM
.od hvarhonl td NEAILRT Op Th lmaiacv
BC'fDT FLUTE ape w PLYWOOD Beat traAerSMtt e> mar yard
CT >ntl t V M4.** a mowtk ('a. rv t..nt *rnr dosed garage, central air
ie... Hew. BoUawayda *. tdt Went Lane Ott. Drfnntlar ttk I-ISM >>P late totorkir .mill apt>eal ... Ct >snToWMliCoUHTRfY.
NO APPRAISAL FEE .. H*. eerh 011'IIo...tleh .. eoetdilloalai and smss* e.-

ON Court M-..) ---------- t lo mlladatt: right .,... such is ws04e>wsAcsrpetlBf
:t/,7 BM Furn.
For Rent UJrn'.M&
(12)) tat aopoiBlBMBtIt
FIRST MORTGAGES IoJfTtD Ben tmnW lor If BM R to ... I** alb a ajr aa sad BoderfrottsdtrHftttoev

..W5 Sees d lit. H.pMis.T.be a..e1. SI* ... la t M p a .am.... ..... awy HMM ) BMSCCt ills BO M.Cm. Men tfeaa UOMs ,
nCIT HOITGACRCOtf new ..,- w its .. -t41 Alter 1 N pea MO-MU ro>veexen4thwewd OM PedalIMMia 1"tCfIoh filfflM Il'mIiI'i1f!
M" p. wee4 ........ _. I 35I BCIMMOM rurelet.d. konan daS CY :** or 'U'L.Mrr1I .. ft. Ivlaf arts sB M IJ1ijU
% !!
-.,.. refrtterale* h*. nejer Lecn>.4 M Sl oMlee Mows dill 1T '.1I411iS1i11L YAa+
ef WINTER BaYEN .he aB or IIYi. IP TO .Lake Bthen and biia *.**] A B4M. CT ..]BKIToWHiCoUMTRY Ely 12:1.-:

$Ctrl A.... CY IS1SIH ..... 'WABEIIOOBBHTWurrOR : (II-A I I ) For Lent, Unf. 11 oJty Ca: SM 411 Sweet arrwlt Jt;! tare I bed. LEIS BRAS
BALES. H ** 11JIW. nr 43pEA.nTNED tfh ItShreoi was

04f pa 1ibadri.;; ;;- hath. Pw .:r-:.is.ser rate. EALtORSUt

nm urUi i:1' BCDMOOMKHrWn Mteralia4 bonus .... ..hi...eue hevaa. 0 S B. !!!' .. rr _a.mt STPC ttttk &. K.W.OttttttsNertfcCats. ((161) Travel
... .. .WAft r.-r- "*r< Im BXASUIYKXALTY Call nr s-sus *iu. 4 at .n\ aaarcamBHCO > 211WgIIdIP(jlfj1I
I. ... ... kawa
3J) S7tu rkM Wanted -- ...... I CoT 514 Iii '.. NW CTUTIT --- TSAR Elwin ( )
yew B.eeiaeMeBoar with ages. *. and PMtd raMnUorade \ 'tS.1I41 WL1
-.4v T_ (
laarentM BVTPkBXMOOM I S7VIM. IM-Iln E'... I&.ZIU
.... Lake ASnwa
p aM Ui tomniMkPPUAJ -- Thnft.y and *) H Jltm omooM te isle 1M| MM.
ba.a r- 'CZJ lAM A""""* / : ..fw-....4 ;;;;; ; ......... aMmaxw KBcnM prtWfe after T N a pa. ar Low UMlJttnm : \ ( to Drtratt Mlenltn
JX tUT ckflaVta fcIMUU 4kbind Fir ,t-. 3115134. MM31 !r3 BE erthnu M. a BhMdk. C'aIn > ........ IS Arc J, ITWTMTI. I s.Bh Ie. psirk M / ton Ch4vwfo.
a* 4 p3. Df1ma IatJ' sra ell tVTT ,,* days X4 231t
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