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

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Body Of Missing Child








Rap >r Is Found South Of VeniceCitrus






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Man AccusedOf


Leaders Baby Is Born In Leaky Boat ,



Take Appeal To As Mother Flees From CubaMIAMI t KidnapingWas



(UPI) Mrs. Andrea bad been delivered by her basket Then Barbara Ben In Area

$LLN Johnson Aide Mejlas and her day-old father a mechanic from lta was gently lowered la a
p daughter Barbara Benlta Orients Province Jury-rigged bassinet, follow. ST PETERSBURG Fit
i were resting comfortably lan ed by her 10-year-old sister (UPD-Polict) Chief Harold C.
Th. nine refugees, five
Smith announced today that the
hospital today after being Marts, and her father
h WASHINGTON (UPI)-American men two 'women, a 10-year- body of yesr-old Lewis (Hack-
from boat
plucked a leaky "No. I wasn't really nervous
citrus Industry officials old girl and Barbara Benlta, let) Wilson hn been found few
their
HEw Wedneaday during escape when the time came to
met with U.S. trade negotiator from Cuba. were transferred to two U.S. deliver the Mejlas mires south of Venice FU.
Christian A. Herter Wednesday, Coast Guard patrol boats said "I knew baby"I'd have to The boy had been mining
seeking his support to block about three miles off Miami
sine March 23.
.
The British frigate HM3 face It because my wifeshe's *
proposed reductions In citrus Beach shortly before dark. Official IIId that Joaeph
Tartar spotted the nine refu called Lulialeft the reports -
-- --
.!\1 La 8 ,:- tariffs., gees In an II.foot open boat British ssllors lowered hospital maternity ward Francis Bryan lr. captured .
Industry officials told fierier, about noon less than:three Mrs. Mejlas Into the bouncing Tuesday to make the escape In New: Orleans Tuesdayand
BRIGHAM SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS-First pl.c. winners In tht Brigham Elemen- the President's special reprtentatlvt hours after Barbara Benlta patrol boat In I litter with u a." accused as the kidnaper of

tary School Science Fair ere, from left, front row, Debbie Ann Hammond botany and for trade negotiations, ,. one child and the killer of another
'\ .' \..._hllU"11IiIII1"1Ir! 11M" +stte.* e. w.'
Miry Pat Adams, geology; back row, Mike Btrnttt tttronomy; Robby Habtr, zoo ogy; that V.s. citrus producers have had been seen In St Petcrsburf .
David Sands, physics; and Holly Hutchinson chemistry nothing to gain from a tariff on the same day
reduction but a great deal to Sarasota Count Sheriff RossE.
lost. City Delinquent Marathon RallyTax Boyer said Bryan also was"definitely

Brigham Picks The United States exports less placed" In the Venice
High School Sets than two per cent of Its citrus area on March 14.

crops, the representatives told Far Below Bryan was captured In New
fierier but foreign I citrus Set For Bartow Orleans with an _-,ear-old boy

Best growers export more than 50 he Is charged with abducting

.Exhibis.! per cent of their crops. from his Tennessee Home. Ha
Graduation Datein Tbt Polk County campaignwill The Bartow Klwsnls Club will
Herter told the citrus
that the question representatives of Previous Years wind up with a talkathon also sell hot dogs, hamburgersand also Is accused of kidnaping a
10-yeer-old South Carolina boy
Saturday when sQ the candidates pancakes throughout the
science alit reductions would not
Fair come
The Commencement exerclata and Baccalaureate Services are for offices will have a day! In February The fitter's skeleton
Trade Commissionuntil
the
before
for the Claaa of 1964 of scheduled for May 30,accordingto the fall. Florida Sen. Spec The delinquent tax list for last chance to take the platform This will be the only rally of was found March >1 at HslUmlsle -

Brigham Elementary School Winter Haven Senior High a calendar just released. card L. Holland and Rep. A. Winter Haven will be publiahedtomorrow before Tutsdsy'i primaries the campaign In which all the near Miami .
has concluded Its annual science School will be held on June 4 At In past yean, the graduation and tax: certificates The fins)] Democratic rally candidates appear. The first one The Wilson boy last was seen
Sydney Merloni Jr., D.'la., accompanied
fair and winners in six ceremony la planned for the officials will be sold on those unpaid by will be held In the Agricultural to have been held In Lakeland about two blocks from his home
divisions were announced. the Lake Sliver Amphitheater citrus Pavilion un U. I. IT South In was rained out. as ha returned from school Ha
TourPlanned HerterSlavery May It It waa elated today today
County and will be moved Inside Nora In meeting was the son of a St Petersburg
In the zoology division Robby by the city tax department Bartow and every candidate foroffice Since then the candidatesbavt
Haber was first; Jicque Pe Mayo Auditorium If the weather The delinquent list representsall It. acheduled to apeak. been appearing In two fireman. .
late and Freddy Hayes, tied U unfavorable. those properties or which There art ta of them in ad groups. Group 1 will be heard Today's search was centeredIn
for second; and Marlene Montsde Baccalaureate will be held In Case city real estate axes live not dition 11 candidates for state at a rally tonight In Lakeland an area where a man Identified .

Oca and John Eycheshim-! By usual Nora, Mayo Auditorium at been paid for 1M3. offices, Including six gubernatorial slated at T:30: at Henley Field. as Bryan called for assist-
er tied for third. There art a total of 178 parcels candidates, will be given Group t appeared la Winter Haven met March 14 to get his car

Astronomy winners I were' Jthe date for Senior Awards End and the total amount of time on the spelter's platformIf Tuesday allh'Doctor's -, pulled free from sand
Mike Barnett first; Reggie Scott Kelly Night has been set for June 2at Nearing taxes delinquent Is approximately they wish. Authorities In New Orleans
Harken second, and Butch 7'30: p.m. at Nora Mayo $7,300. The marathon rally Is scheduled art questioning Bryan about
Bateman an BIU Schopke, tied The flaal exama for underclassmen FLORENCE 8, C. (UPI) -- This It far less than In pre to start at 1 p.m.. opening DayObserved the disappearance of the Wilson
'for .third. also begin on June2l Federal prosecutors pressed vlous years according to city with a concert by Ute Bartow bey
Geology Mary Pat Adams, A Scott Kelly for Governor and last through June I.'The their slavery case today ONloltla. High,School land. inter said Bryan. was poilMenUfWd -
first; Llndley Lane Smith, see.-:. caravan *IU tour Polk County calendar alee highlighted against a.. tobacco farmer at* The ond; and Billy Ore and Star Saturday ''afternoon visiting. other events which will bt bald'" 'cased of pistol whipping swanky moetJu ta.tfact that Winter who have oppoOtktt At stet sus,1Id tnt wM pulled bus
Pattijohn, tied lor third. Polk City, Auburndale Winter %eteeo now and the time, school /r'--tear-oid Metro and no> Hg 'II4II'1I1f1d Ita fI'Of" will a* gives five minutes car Out of the sand. The attend
Physics, David Sands, 'first; Haven and Bartow. it out. They Include; May 4, leg him bleeding to work tn darer forld.IiJlqunt lanes tf- for rebuttal If ta opponent ? ant laid there was M box with
Billy Ortt second; and David Kelly will accompany the PTSA meeting In the school the fields. fectkve with the IMS lax roll makes specific charges Unopposed Bryan at' the' time.Bayer .
Teeter and Alton C. Grant tied motorcade and will speak at cafeteria,,, with Student apprec I Tht Negro, Max Roy McKen- Tax certificates .will be sold for candidates will be allowed Polk HospitalsIt said Bryta purthastd
for third. Polk City and at the countywide alto at the theme; May 3, tie, pointed a finger at Robert these properties for the first three minutes a tire and tube from the ..,
Chemistry: Holly Hutchinson Democratic rally In Bar. National Honor Society meetingIn Moultrie Cook a swarthy. time In the same manner as There .will be t break for supper (Continued On rage j Col. I)
tow. the cafeteria 'with teacher year-old white man, In the was Doctor's Day M Polk
first; Anne Stone, and Cindy county delinquent taxes art when entertainment will be
Evans, tied the second; and Florence Kelly Is scheduled to speak appreciation at the theme courtroom Wednesday at the handled. In the past WI a 11 r provided by the Bartow KeyClub County hospitals today, an annual -
McCullough third. at an informal coffee meetingat 1.9 man who held him tn peonage. Haven bad to go through tile \ Trio,. state talent contest event staged by the Polk Minor ChangesAt
May National Honor County Medical
It was the first cast Auxiliary to
Botany: DEbbie Ann Hammond Margaret's Restaurant 'in peonage courts to collect: delinquent isxes. winners, and a Fort Meade
Society State Convention In show |its
Lake Wales at I a.m. Saturdayand to bt !tried in South Carolina: appreciation to th.ph.lclsnl. .
first Kay Thompson swing group
; Clearwater May 12 Beacon .
; in nearly half century and U. 8.
In front of the Bank of
.
second and Glenda .
HoUln
; Club Banquet-In cafeteria Al Winter Haven
; Attorney Clyde Robinson said Hospital and
at 9 Lake
at Frostproof
wprth tblrd.Arcordlnl. Frostproof May 10, Future Farmer BanquetIn al three others Eagle
he planned to conclude the government's la the county
to Mrs C. A. Mann am.Tbt the cafeteria) May 1 18, Spring ease today. Jacksonville Biracial 1 Group committees from the auxiliary
Rebels
fair director; about 300 exhibits nationally known Sports Awards .banquet In the Cook baa denied that he held served coffee and sweet rolls Tilt only change la postal
were entered in the fair from Quartet, which has been campaigning cafeteria to
May Annual the
; 20 McKenslo In bondage. He was physicians and pinned strvtces at the Eagle Lake
grades four through six statewide for Kelly Awards assembly lit the gym; Indicted last fall on two counts. red carnations la their lapels Post Office under tbtnewrtfu.
Mrs Clifford Scott's fourth will entertain the Bartow rally May 21, band and mixed chorus Plan The coffee and
One of them a charge of havIng Agrees To Integration rolls at winter lallona will be a minor change
grade, reporting 100 per cent crowd at I p.m. concert In Nora Mayo Aud- McKenzie arrested a week Haven were supplied by the In t the Saturday schedule, as-
participation, won the award for Kelly will campaign In Plant itorium; May 19, adult school after ht allegedly beat him hospital cording to Poeimaater J. D.
the most exhibits City with the Rebels at 10:30: graduation In the activity room; with a pistol to maintain hit JACKSONVILLE "Tl> three members of the executive Mrs Beach Brooks of Winter C.tretLWtekda
(Continued On Page I CoL I) and June 13, beginning of hold on the Negro. Jacksonville's strife torn blrsclsl committee, but all continued as Haven was chairman of ar- services will not

summer school.Mitchell. McKenzie told hit story to committee bas adopted tn members of the full committee rangementt In charge of the be affected at all by the regu.latlona .
the FBI after getting out of NAACP-backed resolution calling The committee was formed at county project Assisting her which go Into effect
Mother Pleads For Return jail on bond paid by Cook. Ht for the Immediate Integration the suggestion of Mayor Burnt In the various hospitals werti Monday.The .
had been arrested on a chargeby of local' public accommodations. following racial violence, but Mrs Roy Lucas, Winter Haven poet office will be optn on
I Named Cook that bt had told parts was given no official statue Hospital; Mrs Augual Herman, Saturday from I a.m. to noon,
from a car on which ht Still t Tlic resolution proposed by The letter also demanded the Lakeland General) Mrt. Paul and no money order will be
Of Her Kidnaped Infant SonCHICAGO District DeputyFor owed money to Cook. state NAACP President Rut. committee void Ita actions last Coury, Bartow Memorial] and lold.
McKentlt aald Cook had required ledge Pearson was adopted bya Saturday In naming Manesi Mrt. Ed Burnt and Mrs Will Otherwise there art ao
Masons him to promise to workat voice vote Wednesday by the chairman and proposing the lam Manry, Lake Wales. chan,... Pecotplsnd dispatcher

(UPI-The motherof the kidnaper looked like. There the farm aa long aa II Negro and IS white memberswho desegregation rewlutlon. Doctor's Day originated In of mall will Continue at In the
P.ulloafph Foncisk made John K Mitchell past muter Cook wanted him to ao be could attended the community Unless the committee adopts Georgia among the southern peat
was a resemblance b t w 11 a
a tearful plea of "please return the la white and the of Winter Haven M t sonic Lodge get out of JelL relations committee meeting. the suggestions, the five mensaid sates 'la I i J4. The date of Ca'rett' urged all patrons to
woman
police
our baby" today to the woman artist's which baa 1(3 bit been named deputy The Negro admitted under Committee Chairman William they would rsslgn and form May 30 was chosen la commemorlatlon Hat /.IP codes and give tor.
portrait
from district grand master of the 21st Croat examination that bt returned Manes estimated there were of the date on respondent their proper mall
her who arms stole her In a day-old maternity SOB ward departments been transmitted around to the polict country Masonic District of Florida, it to tilt Cook farm asa five dll"DtiDl'Gte.., Copies of (Continued 0. Page /, Cot. I) (Continued Om Page .. Cot I) tog address,
was announced worker on occatloaa after '
four days ago. she said, but abe couldn't today. kit rei..... But bt said be did the resolution will be sent to 1
and all
Burnt
Mrs. Dora Foacxak 2S give an exact description. Grand Master Hobart D. Pel- to to be 'with his .wife, who Mayor Hayden
made her first public appearance Toilet Joined Mrs Foacxakla bank of Ocala said that MitcbtU remained at the arm at a county'governing agencies, Ma
since the kidnaping of her hoping that a "baby-hungry" would be his official repre laborer. ness said.
baby la the maternity .ward of woman had taken the child and tentative for the district which McKenxle't 'wife Sara, and The resolution recommendedthat
Michael! Reese Hospital by a would return him la good consists of lodges la Winter Ha two of kla three ttepaona Hen "hotels motels,restaurantsand
woman posing as a nurse Monday health. Police Capt William yen Lakeland, Auburndsle, ry Slngletary,17 and Charles other facilities serving t the
An Intensive Investigationby Murphy Issued a plea of bit Bartow, flames City and Kath Slnfletary, IS, testified that public generally, Immediatelyand
hundreds of poDcemen and own to the kidnaper: leen. Cook attacked McKenzie with cooperatively desegregateand
Federal Bureau of Investigation "You lave had the baby a pistol wbea fee refused to accept the patronage of
agents has failed to turn up t three daya. By BOW you must Mitchell It a past president work on HM afternoon of Satur those persons otherwise acceptable
of clue. of the Winter Haven Shrine 17.McKenalt. without restrictions baaed
trace a realize you should return this la- day May
Mrs. Fonciak, an attractive, fast boy to his mother arms. Club chairman of the building hie voice hesitant solely on" race, color or national
dark-baired woman, wept aa You mutt undo what you have committee of Lodge 1M, and t with servo loess, quoted Cook origin.
she begged the unknown wtwaa member of the York Rite Bodyof at saying "you're goana work Meiawhlle. five white committee
to bring her baby back. (Coatiaoed Oa Page 1, CoL I) Winter Haveo.gstheriag or rm CalM km you.HAlter members, Including former

"1 ask for. the baby' to be chairman Robert MUius. prope-
well taken care of and brought 4-MorUh Pinktnton ProbeBeranti led tn a letter Wednesday that
tile committee adopt bylawsand
back," the aald. "Please return
our baby. He was everything develop "a more rtpresea-
"

for the that future.we bad of our hopes Deaths Still Mystery chairman Latin Mllius committee resigned April 11 as along committee with

"Just so be'a taken care and

brought back. That's our only MIAMI UPI A private facts so the two gent said electronic metal detectors y,
hope tad prayer." d.acUn.pan, aayt It II.... .widows could file\ a cacti suit and divert bad been Voters To Gel
Hopefully she said la a bang the mysterious deaths tfaiHkMalre lor aaturaact benefits. Theepokeemas ased to find the path 1
matter tf time maybe the flaaacier Ltatt Ber- 6cis d to elaborate Portions of bodies bud to Report OnCandidates
woaaa wQ be good enough to last and his so* so the widow aa die hoettlgaUoaa er the lake were Identified 'by the
bring the baby" beet eat We t t,. doe Istawraart comment at uaceafirmod reports FBI la Washiagtoa.
Mrt. Ftttcsak was wearing aWuechetlud betwflU.BrUBtLUWSt. that .buwtace cltlme tf

bathrobe when PrterstMrs.aad the widows total as mock at Authorities bad difficulty ira.

her kvanaad. C. a e t e r. M, the S3-ytar.M aoa. Fred 17 .-. erg the taevtiaeate tf the Ber- A report M Pall Cexstty eaadMttet -
wheeled bet ckair blare reporters net. kind some lime daring lasts after their disappearance prepared by the Leaftao M
and telerfekM ctkveraala tf If whet The two BertMfts took off
the aigkt Aqua of Won** Voters, today Uprtated "
the aaateratty ward lobby. thetr Sghl pUee Oaappetretf from Miami As.wet II tad flaw OB* report was that Fred M tilt Dally HefTVs >
She. ..fr4 a crystal Rotary peer .*.Lake Okeectnaet. It Writ Fate Beck Moll". BerUatt bad ..... tot wile laM
coastaauy at she spoke. Her A tpeketasaa tor ta* Pinkie stag ep at Weet Faint aVracks Petenfatrg Item Fort
", be",. aa aarcraft tsecltaaic.tat tot) Defective Agency said Wed- they leek elf br Tampa tad Uwlertfale the BigM M was report II... partUaaVetert

seat t. bar aad kept Warm rutty. that agetta k4 .... nsWhet UDed. tad at t time rhea the are arged to study Mctrtfefiy .- ---
armed lie wile's sku4 wtrtiM t* ** *.*. tar the .!.*. skevld, have .*.. ta West at they via I* heal.
den. pets few menthe and die ktvecetgatkM ,.. trace et o* mar wreckage Plies Bear where M bad s ado lUr. WK* aB the ......... ICATUS-LAJCf SHIP f tWTK>M-.Tkest few "a.tles" art p.rtWp.wfs.. the laU

Min Featuk said ale k4 It stall mst ........, ef taw pita was ever fca4ft aa a selM fried landing kecatMtf soles ttey f* to ttt polls. to lie **>, May J 0., T.'.*. SW wfccft will ..e Md tameww ...$.... tht MY' art, tress Uft,

only a sates atesMry>> tf mat. He aatf ai.ettigner were UW ..... aM ..e FtokertM bad weather feat prisnary JaI T4sy. DUk BaM9M, Andy Dries, rtlil!| Ada*, and pad (0..11,.



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Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSOHEf-WINTB! HAVEN FlORIDA Thursday, April 30, 1964


St Augustine arrested nearly three In racial hundred demoMtr persons. OM Profils Beatnik Dance

tfeM several weeks .... She (The Weather-Local State And National I This NeedsExplaining
spent two days in Jail Total" Over Shied Friday

Mrs. Peabody MM.The Peabody's City Commission statements said] on $536 Million At Teen Center

the Today program were"......
tot the purpose of misinforms** DETROIT (UPI) -- General A "Beatnik Dance," sponsored -
the viewers of the Today pro.. Motors Corp reported profIts by the Winter Haven Recreation -
Duel Over TV gram M to the true .... fetid of fM6 million riming the ATLANTA (UPI Department, will be held
-- Georgia
conditions exletOtg in the drat three ranks. of KM, a schools get crowded Friday at the Teen Center and
ST. AUGUSTINE (UPI--The City of St. Augustine and St. 7 record for asty quarter aad dasstefymnorUun may wise but the will feature the "MaUbus" a
City Commission announced Johns County." 1l more than Ford Motor Co Georgia Education Association band from the University of
that the National made IB the satire U months South florida.
Broadcasting today advised teachers not to
of 1961.
Co. had agreed to let city Florida FoodTechnologists ....., Ford, the world's second mention It. The dance will be held from
officials appear on a television /lir The
GEA, in a handbook to
largest auto producer. behind 7:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. and the
show to answer charges made help Its n,000 members createa "
bout the city. GM, recorded profits of MM.9mlUUMtoralloflMS. better dress Is "beatnik style Admissions -
public Image,
sayssteer Is 50 cents per person -
appearance In nuking, the the city request had chart for an.* To Meet HereThe p ,rue i..c. Ftb .. CM's stwMlnc quartorlyiwrformanee age" wdrds.Some clear.of such "fkncy jet- .

ed that Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, came on sales of one has already coined"cafetorlum" Prizes will beawarledfor Inmost
Florida Section of the "'.7' bUlion, a record first
mother of Massachusetts Got.Endlcott to mean a cafeteria ordinal beatnik
Institute of Food 80t" quarter but second to the $4.8
Peabody, made ". Technefeglite also used as an auditorium -
rogatory incorrect and masleadlne.tatm.nts will meet In Whiter Haw Mlllon ilea In the final quarter the GSA said, and If the
next Tuesday and Dr. Ernes: of 105$. per share earnings
about St. Au.guettne trend continues It might soon
." Gunther of New York, in In. .... .... SNS. p'II\ totaled quarter.$1.87, a record for any become a "cafegymnorlum" If
Mrs Peabody was among ternatolnal authority on es- GtSh"wuol It Is also used as a gym
1 tentlal oils and flavor, will During the same threemonths "And If the crowded conditions -
last GM profits
speak year persist and the cafegymnorlum -
were $414 million, $1.45
or
The meeting will at per has to be used also asa
open L
share, .
on sales of $4 IS billion.
Morrison's Cafeteria starting ,, 't( 4'J.-6y General Motora'previous quar- classroom, will It then be a
claasfegymnorlum?" the hand-
with a social hour at 6 and
terly record for net earnings
MONROEIlll dinner at 7 The croup will RAIN AND SNOW-Rain It forecast for the Pacific Northwest, the Great Lakes was set In the final quarter book asked
then to the Lake Alfred
go and the New England States. Snow ii predicted for the upper Rockies with thundenhow.en last year when profits came owner Skinner
Experiment Station for Dr. .
In the lower Rockies the Gulf to $&08 million, and per share
Gunther'i address States, the Southern and Central Plaint and parts of earnings established a now''co-star' of 'Mister Ed" once r rr
His topic will be "EssentialOils !: the Appalachians.Florida eclipsed record of $1.,.,. !drove her cattle alone from
of the West Indies" He showers mainly today. High today LOCAL OUTLOOK The General Motors quarterly :Montana to the railroad in Ida-
will Illustrate It with a film Zones upper RO's, low tonight Partly cloudy through tomorrow statement, made In New York I'ho, an all-day stint
SHIR!! This Is the last meeting of Panhandle near 70. Variable winds 5 to 15 Widely scattered showers Wednesday by board Chairman
the section thli year. New Partly cloudy and mild today miles per hour. High today in the 80'.. Low tonight Frederic G. Conner and President -
officer for next year will be tonight and Friday High KeysConsiderable 66 to 70 Variable mostly John F. Gordon, roundedout
announced. today 76 to 84, low tonight 84 cloudiness with south and lOuthwe.t.wind. 5 to the financial r.porfor the Everlasting -------
to M, showers and scattered thundershowers 15 miles per hourTemperatures, first three months by the auto
North today. Friday partly Industry's big three-GM, Ford,
HIRE Partly cloudy through Fri. cloudy with showers becoming and Chrysler Punishmentis
today in the 80's, low tonight Their combined profits came
low SO'
day High today In the ",
to $734.1 million with Ford reporting -
r mainly in the TO'. Variable
low tonight near 60 Variable By United Frets InUrneOoBsl'
Charles L mostly southerly winds 5 to 15 net earnings of $144.3 the Lesson-Sermon Subject In the
winds 9 to 15 miles per hour Low High million and Chrysler$53>mil-
today miles per hour, locally higher Albuquerque 35 65 lion. American Motors, the only
Northeast near thunder showers Atlanta . . 46 75 other major U. S auto producer Christian ScienceCHURCH
COOPERTax Partly cloudy through Friday Birmingham . 47 76 reports on a fiscal year
Widely scattered afternoon Ruby Boston . .. .39 46 starting Oct. 1 rather than cal- SUNDAY
likely I High today. In the 80'a, LawyersWill Chicago .. . 46 56 endar and has not yet Issued Its First Church of Christ ScientistAve.
low tonight In the 110'.. Variable Move To Clevel.n4 .. .48 64 statement of the first half. L o4 Sib Sr, N.W.
Collector winds S to IS miles per hour. Denver .. 41 69 SUNDAY SERVICE 11 iOO A.M.
Northwest Appeals CourtsDALLAS Detroit .. 50 64 NEW ORLEANS-Mrs Richard SUNDAY SCHOOL end NURSERY 11:00 AM.
Partly cloudy through Friday. Jacksonville .. 68 85 Burke whose son Is home WEDNESDAY TESTIMONIAL MEETING I:00 PM.
A few scattered showers like. Kansas City .. 42 63 safe after allegedly being kid. Reading Room Open to the Public
17 years centiseetu acc.safleg died ly High today near 85, low tonight (UPI -- Lawyersfor Los Angeles . 54 61 naped by one of the FBI a most Cor. Second and Ave B, N.W.
administrative .>ptrl.nct (mar thai 67 to 70 Variable mostly Jack Ruby today turned Miami .. . 72 86 wanted criminals: Open 10:00 A.M. t. 4:00 ',M. Mond.y tlirt S.tyrd.y
entire opposition south and southwest winds their attention to the appeals Miami Beach . 71 84 "The man treated Dennis "Th. Bible. Speaks to You", -wo e""o-+;1: A Sundays
: :
) courts and a sanity hearing i
"
.
S to 15 miles per hourCantral Twin Cities 44 47 very nice.
the two avenues that could sttUsave . .
Owns no businesses which compete New Orleans 63 78
with taxpayers paying salary Partly cloudy through Friday him from death In the New York . .. 42 46
Widely scattered afternoon electric chair. St. Louis '. . . 45 61
Seeks the Not Ruby, now a mere skeletonof San Francisco . Manufactured ExclusivelyFor
|job a subsidy thunder ihoweri High today in. the portly man who shot Lee 47 55!
Seattle . . 35 55
the 10' low tonight 88 to 70 Oswald at
VOTE FOR A TRAINED ,MAN Variable mostly south and southwest the Harvey hearing of a, new appeared trial motion Tampa .. . 60 84
winds 5 to 15 miles per Wednesday The motion was Washington: 45 56 MATHER

Charles L. For hour denied. ,
CPW
Cooper t; South DowncaSt and mute, he Boone Scott
Partly cloudy through Friday seemed In a state of shock His ,
1
'**. tel.l Ado. with widely scattered thunder mouth was drawn and the bonesIn Head List For
his once bit arms stood BY U. S. RUBBER!

e :.J e out under the shriveled flesh 'Emmy' Awards
T and skin. There was a cut
'on his baldish head, showing
NEW . LAWN KEEPER where he had rammed it Intoa stars HOLLYWOOD of two recently(UPI cancelled- The Mather's Econo. Foam'
wall of his cell In one of two
SWEEPS RAKES_Can't, dIg, pull PparenV".ulctd attempt $upI I+"thOUit television ettiominees shows today headed ..s M. 1
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da ) j4LJtllb7
harm turf. For better dawn j
or drive I now has.Ih. bompJta| Enjoy awardsRichard GENUINE FOAM RUBBER

end/ patio maintenance' kuntlet>6f appeals courts fWt eBs :"of and the George"Rkh' '-t\ t, i '
open to Him, The sanity trial, ardBsne "'
119 Value. NOW Sl.f7 .a. Cleans a full 24" path which most surely will be granted "East Slde.Weat.Side" <( could put the whole case In were nominated along
with Dean Jigger (Mr Novak),
a state of suspension If the
BRUSH ASSORTMENT SET Jury found him Insane at the David Janssen (The Fugitive])
time of the hearing. and Dick Van Dyke (The Dick
U that occurred, Ruby wouldbe Van Dyke Show) for beat actorIn BEDDINGv
sent to a stale hospital for a aerieaScott .
$1.77 the criminally Insane, where he created something of a
would remain until cured. Only sensation in 1961 when he asked
then would the case be resumed that his nomination for an
EACH aa before. Academy Award for "The Hus
tier" be withdrawn, saying he
had no intention of campaignIng .
KAU4LNEW CO.\'nRE."CE
for the award
YORK (UPD-"It was
The Emmy awards will be
easier for the children of Israel handed out May 25 at the 16th
to crow the Red Sea that, for a annual presentations.
Negro today to cross en tain Five comediennes two of
"
university campuses them winners of the movie Oscar -
That assertion was made by awards-are up for honors
.y Piof Abraham Joshua Heschelof for best performance by an Ie-
BAR-B-Q BRAZIER the Jewish Theological( Seminary tress In a series $
e of America during a recent They are: Shirley Booth (Ha
I.'NCH' GRILL Metropolitan New York eel! : Patty Duke (The Patty ,JA d
Fsid.y L... fee Conference on Religion and Duke Show); Mary Tyler
easy stone Race Mote than 3000 Roman Moore (The Dick Van Dyke
Catholic Protestant and Jewish Show), Irene Ryan (The Beverly -
REGULAR $6.88 lellRious and lay leaders attended Hillbillies) and Inger Stevens
VALUI 2.91 NOW the conference (The Farmer Daughter).

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Mt. of every five college de LETS KEEPJAMES
WASHINGTON (UPITMLabor eUI wattafi. aid Ubrariana, furexample thwa oaca reaerved excluaivety. Jab offer get tuned. dawn fort ...MM.....awarded la the United
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news for Pre dent J dHM working women with a
advancement of women campaign fat taw fjrb are making only They didn't say how to aoht BeaMe*. the Labor Depart. aaaapihln. by ll11-an increase
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word it that mea art.>.. the type of ,jibs traditionally Jahaaaa. win wants to eanphaatM plan a lifetime career be But the number of men with
petted to provide tougher com held by their husbands rngi the Importance of women cause they eapect (and hope) college training la expected to.
petition for women seeking Joba Deere accountants and phyaiciana in governmeot to get married Almoat all of climb even more-up by 2 million
in the decade ahead In fact Private employer are laid to them do Finally some boaaea to 7 million during the next
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Havtw> Daily News-Chief Today's (MOLOTOV) COCKTAIL HOURr Television In Review .


'
w. .. RYMMktOM. ...... ,..&, .. r + W'' 7t HOLLYWOOD (UPI>+dlMk' s Tkenftm. wheat the genetdoet
JOHN W ItWIIIt N. Auk sN to tile hWlah. by a network's aaueatea tats Mtoritre. 0 I eouU get
week that baseball 00 o* the DMV Kaye show it
Nbliehetf. oily. (eeoaa* .........) .by tie Winter H* MU Commentary .4 play oa.y would be a Me tktasg to me-
PsbMeh ins c.. ... lift M tan.*. N.W. Wlntor H*".*,, ....... eJfrJ tames a year to adapt to tefc aoaiteatfea. Then
:. vision we sought out one of the' iMyte a
CHARUS / N. ...... ...***.*r By PHIL NBW60M sport favorite stars, Joe diggers them's.. Vegas In the elf.season.

JACK NAHAN Anesteh. ....... UPI Peretga News AesJyrtB ) tamse. tor Ms _.... and If we take diet television.
T _.--- ._-- start a eheerlac taraag of As all baseball flu know teal tkty'B seed ewtorteumen'between :
HTIR J. SUU.'VAN.' AII..rtl.... ......,.,. ..... IB Srlaagar eaattal ofdiaptfod Joe has won the affection and ........"

AOVMTISIN0 MPRESINTATIVESbaa.n -- Kashmir a KaefeatMpeJttdea ( loyalty of the public hy rubbing "Joe, you've come a long
NATIONAL
t A-'..... Ine. Chteet. /HIE voiced word to which ; the better hair dressings Into way slice you threw baseballs
UM Uatted Ita... cwM utter a his scalp regularly on nationwide \into a basket in the beck yardof
.$.,... (*ee> 4 CIM M4I M.M.r S.a. I 124 ctt th* Pest OffIce; fervent "amen" television commercials your farm as a boy You've
fI
:WMr H*>*.. 1N.dda, .ndr t i. IIM "W. win not have peace or thereby earning his nkkname chsa/ed
--'--
security In the subcontinent," We got right' to the business Well you've got to cool It

:;&.. MEMBER AUDIT IUKEAU he Mid, "until the problem of at hand: now Nobody buys that stuff

Of CIRCULATIONS Kashmir li settled sod India Say It Isn't so, Joe" about promising :a sick kid
.. .' and Pakistan live la friend- "Well. I'd like to, but my yeull hit s home tltl for him.
.; hip." business manager, press agent The kid would probably laugh

MEMIER It It a coal urgently! aught and lawyer have told me not to And If you don deliver your

AeHv Mmhr UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL by statesmen of the United say anything that could be image is gone Anyway, like
NATIONAL' EDITORIAL Th. Unite Inn i ii entitled t. the .... States, Britain and the United used against me later on. But Sen. rulbrlght says It's time to
ASSOCIATION (., republic*)*** .* .111..1 ..... "1.... Nations over 17 years but one the fact Is. the short schedule examine the old myths"
I/e/ erf In this ...."...' es will II .H UP which constantly eludes them, iiss advantages." "For instance*"

Newi Diphk.s. keeping India and Pakistan at ".'JW'I that?" "Well why: take' anything for

ADVERTISING DEADLINI the brink of war and poisoning "To start with there's time granted? You'" got to move

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT! U.S. relationships with both. for other things if you play with the times If you live in
ly the N'.rcII'.M. fr..I.u. Dy ly th' IncK.:. I P'M. Pr,vl. > 0.,. The speaker was Ulna Mohammed Only on weekends If I had a this city, you know it's almost

lel PM PrtvUvi D.y Sundiy Uitm DeadllM FBday.DISPLAY Mail Beg In Kashmir good year, I might run for senator Impossible to find a 'general
DEPARTMENT
Sunday EJ.tl.n!. -I P.M: Thursday: M.,,rfay Hit...*-1 P M. rVM.yi politics second only to the nun And it takes time to build practitioner' now they're all
Tu.. ., Ee'itUn-Ne* S.Iurd.y; W.IIII.c4., Thvrtdty .,,4 Ftld y beside him on the platforM aa organisation" internists with specialties So
Hit!.!*-1 P.M. T.. D.,. 'In All...... Sheik Mohammed Abdullah, the "You'd also have more time we've got to adapt for televl-'
"Lion of Kashmir" to sign autographs for kids" slob with new Ideas too We

Member Sutltni Mmhr Flerle1 N...."*,*,*.,,Fubtitktn Aucti! AttccUtl Both men just bad been released "Well to tell the truth I could start off a game with a

from prison where they don't like to strain my pitching serious pitcher, to preserve the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES spent more than 10 years for arm unnecessarily But my sport's Integrity and Image.
ly Crrlr) er Mail advocating self determinationfor handlers till me that if base- Then In the middle Innings we
Tsar $1110" ; i m.nhaP.O): 1 menflii. $4.111 I menth fill Kashmir against the will of ball ever goes really bigtlme could put In our handsome
weekly, IS ash. Sino.1 C.I... Daily I e.nhi, Sunday, 10 ce,,". India ,5111ras. on television a colorful love affair pitcher for the love Interest.

TELEPHONE CY,,... Mltl For Indian Prime Minister would help the ratings, and Near the end-our funny pitcher .
Jawaharlal Nehru, Abdullah's I need time for that. Always leave 'em laughing

release had been a calculatedrisk "Joe, you don't seem too con- Television can use its ingenuity

but one that apparentlyhad eeraed about your toeing too. For example if Maury

A Thought For Today gone wrong streak" Wills is on second base an announcer ,

The cheering throngs which "Well I am I havent won could ask the pitc::ier

jammed streets and pelted Ab I'- ; an Emmy nomination In three between pitches U he intends to

dullah with flowers, proved that n ,, years The only thing I can ,eton try t plckoff pit,. You get the
"Paul, an apostle (special messenger) of Jesus he had bat none of his appeal la the Dona Reed .h..." idea"
/
Christ by (through) the wiU of (the purpose and and hi. words proved that net.tier "No that's not what I mean "Yes what you're saying is

choice of) God, to the taints (the consecrated, set bad he changed bis mind, ---- Are you developing new stuff" that baseball is more than a
, It was nonsense, he declared, "Yeah I take singing and game'"Now
apart ones) which are Epheeut who are the faithful Wall Street Clatter "
for India to claim Kashmir asaa dancing lessons Tuesdays and you've got It.

(loyal) in Chritt/ Jesus" Eph. l:lEach undetscbable part of India Letters To The EditorDear NEW Ward YORK of Hayden(UPI) -Stone Kenneth -,

And below him the crowds
Ambassador for Christ should reckon it a Inc says that despite the re Now Available
chanted: "Long Uve Abdullab
signal honor to be called as one of God's messengersto cent decline In stock prices he
our demand-plebiscite At Your EXCLUSIVE
Editor: I am frankly shocked to sees no serious risk in an Investor
the of -Dr. Albert L. Carnett self determination .
sons men. right"His .
The Brigham Elementary.think that this situation should holding onto long.term 1
\ "'
words also had their echo '
School faculty and coworkers I exist. Investments In carefully select. C] 1'
In New Delhi to which Abdul.
would alao Uk. to stand up and The outcome should not be rd stocks. f'1
lab bad been invited by the ail
be counted in
to
regards keep.
leg Nehru. Mr. Boone In doubt! Even though some high- ....... ..-J oJ J
News Chief EditorialsAustin log as our Superintendent priced stocks may have
la the scorching heat outsideIndia' of Public Instruction. The Incumbent in this race, DEALER
Parliament Irate demo Shelley S. Boone hat done ta reached their present peaks,
Mr. Boon.luttrtl.llwotk-
onstrstort shouted their reply: outstanding Job for the past Ward states, "many other pre 'ORVOI.'t CYPRESS TV
er and haa always put first the vlously dormant, good quality
"Kashmir la India's Abdul four years. His leadership, experience Ia1.,h'
welfare of boys and (iris. He LrnhrMLitvHhswryrr.c.
Race Issues and lower priced stocks SALES & SERVICE
and knowledge have
rah ,
wake up. is respected by his coworkersand ... ,
r" 1 t" ""
likely to belated a"
Item stage
Next Tuesday we will be asked to vote for three Officially, India's stand oa the Is an educator that la recog contributed directly to the advances extend their up. W. $wvleA Motes

persons to fill out the Polk County School Board and Kashmir problem long since nised over our sate as being made In public education recoveries moves or to new highs current" 110 Cypress Goro'eai ... CT 3-9100
has been taken and Nehru's Influential moat outstanding In this county
amongst the three is Austin Race, Winter Haven business minister with port. Today we lint Mr. Boone the His administration of the Thompson at McKlanoa

man. Race has served a complete term of four folio Lal Bahadur Shastrl r. following letter appreciation, county's schools Is above reproach that with so much of the peel.live says.

years. He has done an outstanding job for the peopleof peeled it when he said tbatK..hmlr' To Whom it May Concern: and has been one of business news seemingly ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
accession to India W. the undersigned membersof the best this county has cyst ;;;,,\
the county. He makes no snap judgments, carefully to W7 "Is irrevocable and the the staff ofBrlgamElemen.lacy had discounted by Investors It

thinking out.what'th. feels,.will help to better present relationship between India School constatingof 01, 56, How anyone can atrtoualy. would be"a 1:11.mistake not la to point WDIOWPLA.1Y, wyt.n WTYT.TY a
Outtnst : change pattern 1
CHsm.ltASC g
educate the children: \ of bits county. Ht U a controversial and Pakistan will have to,,'"jnambMTS statement, endorse following, vote for anyone other than Could mark (the beginning of a came' cbN.0101 al
continue" r.prdlnt;/Mr. Shelley'S. Boone is beyond my' technical Orteirf* T.ap 0.....
of correction of Te.pe
person at times, but few people strong Two thirds of predominantly Shelley Boone, Superintendent tomprebenllOll'I I some
depth. At best, the brokerage I
convictions aren't. Moslem Kashmir Is held by In. 'of Public Instruction, Polk the voters
seriously hope house NIGHT 30
County, Florida lays, we have entered a Thursday April
He has always been there to stand up and be dla and the other poorer third. Mr Boone hal done much to this tounty will decide the outcome period when special situationsand

counted when the time comes to make a final decision by Pakistan under a cease fire Improve and strengthen the of this race on the record selected medium-priced U- MO-New: Newt, ".,..,. News. Weether Pulse News0,11Stt..h
line established by the United overall school program in Polk of the candidate Then the fuel are likely to outperform Wther Wtether fdltorlel. Satt SerH, Wits
He has arrived at that decision through careful study
Nations In 1MI. County during his term aa outcome cannot be la doubt tow-yielding, blue-ribbon stocks fttlO-CIS News NIC Newt AIC News CIS Newt
checking with scores of parents within the county, No one today can be quite superintendent.The and Shelley S. Boone will win MI-CIS News NIC New News W......, CIS News

comparisons over the state and using his own sound sure what Nehru hoped to gain testing program Indies by s mile James Dines at Co looks for 1:00-N.Mbq. Abe...oms Y\rt'\ '":" pays Morkk
.. .
of events within the county. We feel with Abdullah's r.I. Nor te that our children have Herbert A. Clover a new high to be made by tbeDow.JoneJ Till' aFhh!.e 'In ,,,...... VIr" ".. In M,.vfltkM
knowledge past can it be sure whether Abdul. benefltted from the many Improvements. average, Providedthe '110-...._. Ad.estuwe FlldhtMMS' .**rkk
that he haa represented the people of Polk in so lah's ambition la Independenceor Dear Editor: "public still remains pessimistic 7i41-hawrd Is Peredlt. FtkhMaes Maverick
.
creditable a manner that we should return him for alliance with Pakistan or India We also firmly believe that a at that time."
But his mere Major AI Long's analysis 1:00-R. li! another four presence relationship of harmony and (News.Chief, April 24) has Tile SUrsDt. Oenne R..d Rawhide
years pieces Nehru the horns of
on anew good will exists between school The AlasaaaeBy
IIIo-ItwhWe KiMtreOr. My Three Sees Rawhide
come to attention Major
dilemma, and the peopleof officials and teacher personnel. my United Press laleraatleaal 1:4l-Acwhl4. Khan My Three S... Rawhide
Kashmir anticipate a change. We believe a change In the Long lists my father aa a Today Is Thursday, April SO,
Tell Your Children administration of this time member of the group of International the 12lst day of last with 243 tiOO-ferry MM. Dr. Klldere Enilen OTI Perry Masse
which 'ill- MetM Dr. Klldare Snilen O'ie.le l Perry Metes
f.rry
In the last the Sheriffs Star the official would be very underslrable and conspirators to follow. .
issue of Memories held a sinister secret meeting '110-'.", Mw Haul The Jiemy.rev MetesIttM

publication of the Florida Sheriffs Association, a 20 YEARS AGO we Boone heartily for endorse Superintendent Mr.Shelley of in 1M7 oa a small island off last The quartet.moon Is approaching Its 1,41-Petty Heal D... Shew Perry Mates

full page is devoted to the real need for teaching Miss Elizabeth McCauley Public Instruction of Polk Georgia. The morning star Is. Saturn 1800-TV* NonesI 1...._ The Jimmy Dick Pewi0t .n
left for New York City County" I would call your attentionto Oil I-The Names ThMtreTktr Sh.. Theetre
child about the "friendly stranger" and to The ."nIDlltar Is Venus.
your 10:10-The tone Ser.au The Story el DUk Pew..
(Mra. Elate
10 YEARS AGO ) P. Laughlln, an error In spelling My
beware of him. Dave Starr, Orlando and Orange Mr. and Mrs Willard Morrison Principal father's given name it "Gard On la this 1789,day George la history Washingtontook : 10:41-The Nines R*.Inf Driver Theetre

County sheriff, eked the complete cooperation of and family moved here .1.- ner", not "Gardiner" as printed the oath of office la New :I I:00-New: 'ih.lrt-tt N.wltM New, Sarhfterlel.

parents in telling the. children how to handle the from their former home in Dear t: by Major Long would not York City and was sworn In as Ilill-S..rli. Woke : !: : Writer Wther. I'terlel)
IliJo-Theale.4 TenleM Shew Late Show $ '
Tlfton, GaB ordinarily complain, but MpllMTM
tint president of the United
atranger. He said: YEARS AGO The voters of this county somebody mis'spells the name Ststes "Ml- the Stars .),M Slew late ShewFriday I... ..

Don't talk with strangers; don't get into strange Actual work began around are faced with an Important almost every time my father In 1112. Louisiana was admitted .

automobiles; don't let strangers entice you with candy, the Winter Haven Hospital in ieitsnts decision are on May locked S.In Two s.struggle eon becomes Involved la aa International to the Union si the 11th MORNING May 11:00O.erHw
preparation for the buildingof of backers
conspiracy
money or treats; never play alone in alleys or streets; the John Snlvely Senior for the Job of Superintendmt and One World manipulators. state Is INS Nail dictator Adolf

if a stranger comes to your home turn him over to Memorial Wing Just west of of Public Initnictk> ,. end Gardner Teday Show Cad Day
Cowles III littler committed suicide la a Till- Ai....w Teday Show New .... Day
your parents, and be cautious at all times going to the recently completed addltton. ''he outcome seems to be 'el'Jmuch Publisher, Lakeland Ledger bunker la Bertla.la .Io-W.. U. Tetley Show MI.Ue IVSMMickle Gad Day

school and returning. la doubt. i 1M3. Haiti broke off diplomatic 7,45- ........ T.dey Shew hot Geed Day
WASIiINCTO'N
Be lure to tell parents about anyone accosting President relations with the DomlaIcaa I-OO-CsHstotill : Today Stew M1*. heae C.N.M
your DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS Johnson saying there may be Republic 141...,. Today lhew Ultkle IVSIi4f .. 141......
you, or trying to entice you. If your little friends S.Metal 20.Free \ another tat cut lr a few years: A thought for the day-Preach 5,30-Gehl. Today St.. c.rteIII1rI'' C.N.M.

leave the play area with a stranger, run quickly and l.On 'e 3.Pro Z1.Oetrlchyears. : I "We can move to this accord< Emperor Napofcoa Bonaparte It....... TH., llaew Caiees.lll., Sawyer,.

tell your parents or their parent Try to get the tag of 4.Uplift Ilk. round of lax reduction only U once said: Trem the sublimeto f:Oft-SM.!*| I Cur. 'H.,'. M*",l* l.*rU* Mml.} Mole
expectancy ..City InMlchlgaa bird I' we behave ourselves this year" the ridiculous la hut a step fillmt, l "Tba Lady C rtMin* "PW
number of the car that is driven by a stranger who ..To become 22.1WII. ., t:.10-#. >. i:' Cele oetfle Ri.. "

talks to or molests you or your friends. Starr strewed bankrupt ..Point. trlbu- 1 ,.. -&_... Ram Glens' It.... c.rteIII1rIlIe M,m _, Merles
a.Nobleman 7.Mt. tar7' ,
that parents MUST drill these facts into their chit.dren's 10.OI'Mft eMevoua 2Ll7.aifrWa I- .... < 1:' WSIR : >-CIS N.>e .... .......,. /..* >!> LMMM Mrl* Merle.

mlnda-don't be negligent about the matter. KM Mesa 11 .' DIAL Program HWi leii-.CIS: News Teday's Me*M SM>'bh IMMUS M nle Movie
11 Fruit of 1 flavor city: 10:,J9-4 Ue lay Wardw Ward MM It RI5M I U*. U the po., Mwrl.i *... I. VaM.. Me u1Sxt 10:41.I U*. Utv Weed for Werl MM l. "It W I Ue LMVll
II c"t 25V.a ,......ar'a ...;. is =:.Mena ONsd-Merewwg
Token ... I SSt 0-TV* McCeya Ce*.e.tretlM Cet The The McCeya
Recalls Colorful forward a Aa St Blue .
grass M to QtitmSSS TV
i JxvAwy t I..I-no. UtOr c-.tNtlell: Mwa1 McC.ye
She A flaw IT.Hillside !!- Maeee.ga .
14.Number attic tS UnklMMM ,.. I .
IlsJo-hte I Mlwwe
.. 51e. bgardy Giant
Indian 'Issue Days'FT 15.Pore.e invader 10. "Great dugout I"f JSSW : -r-Ns1.5w I Ml.. .Sto 1 CU yt .I...*r..v Ub .... 1$1.4,.
IT.nrmajnoatl&CubeUto 1LCUneing JIDuId.: 55/7oinmand c-r muses My "__t
RILL Olka (IUPU A tarnished metal token turnedup IS.Route peat" Wadog a it A OrMWwM ats AFTtaHOON
*
** ..
In a plowed field revived memories of Issue day" at Ft. Sill Actually Jiaurta u. tai 2.PuMfe M M the day the southern plains Indiana came to tGlIrdhftr M.Witty IwNM acouneM"tftJ' .... II... S* tBynrtt M..MJ M...SkMises ,2,00'1e.4 Ule Twr Plot ,..... N...,. WMrWFtra.
government rations. .....- 13.Qua: alS4.PSJTOU 4L IhMkr.... I Ireww;: scribe.... w ..* I'ea s",wa low 12,I1-1.ae .! Life rm-l-. KMM 14Trarae Ok. MM.Ink .
ST.a nblaaee It. Eyeful "'kIK1II. ....... "_a..a MSS Nurai II- .. i UII..I& he,_ TMMMMIt '*r Tmr
.Pack ...... H.Ae>...., U.Eallid w III II....... tea* her. terr,. II Ii4l-4.Nitq lit'1c C-._ .*.* Peed Gvtdie fl Utht
John Tyree. 24 found) the ailver-doUar-slae' token on his toe MOMt -
animal. Shooed .re.a .bars:N.a.Jt. a.. =
family farm. On one aide It read -Good" for II Ibs. beef" On : iisuIie* ;: ::, 11 N ue D.II-.a E1.....r,. 140.41.1 ell, ilia .nre'b. o.-w 1M. If Uf.
the other aide were the words. "8. L. A Co. II DOApperrntly :' .spubak I I" 'I 4 1 8 N t..wy .. PMMe 11 Ryrwa beN. h'/-4WH ,..1W...rW ....* U** .ILJrWM44T.TM.
M .
UM ration token war lost or thrown away at .la =-d.s..e N. new :: : MdwalN : 1I"wer4, T_ SMC!"| N*..S

least 60 years MO No one could Identify &.be.... L. her Cw.' but $0.Juwuu I. ., 0 Ii :: ........-11- $ u N M A Owe, se.. Iii-weld Twse w.**. I....r Lc..... Weld Tees

old Umera agreed It probably was one of the Arms whkh contracted SLD.lwnay $ :... It at tyran wwva r. rae. 2N..,...... Uf. ..... .... I Magee huw.rdtti.ewerd
to Issue Indiana rattan CUtSOMSItU C1- I) M:. +M;:ttaMaN W .aI t "I. ADul w, M.

:= ., j" '. : L less r r 1'---- SIR-Masse: >...f TV Oe **f. Der b, Hims t"*v

Aged Indiana and white pioneers still living recall the eotor- She A l11 N tiwNN Issue :H= : M N 1Mwiw 2:41-N.we: 1ae1y The Dectwt Des be c-t ...... Par.y19iT.
J.wel
fill -issue days when different groups gathered at the frontier ILKacwu.sae' to r / woe = bows : =: -: ft.ta. T.Trip tame Ye.sO Geeee.l Te T.l Tr.rhT
fort for their government bf and grain a. oeM a M.... wawa ..Neew |,ISUT* Ti.rh 71..h. ....,... Tad Trash
.
Tribesmen slaushurrd cattle on the spot with gums or bows ...,bereft,I lQ iJI III K :;.f p.cr.; l40 M Oft I'tIJIoAY I,tin atI .:)...$ .. .. lagM T. Des'S.v 0-- for DIy ..... .. NI9h'
and arrows Their squaws aUnned the animals and eotlrcted the Oa. .... 1 11- r- "". a.1 ...- ....s.-.w.e d PNg T. DM ley OMM for DIy W.. .. NlfM44t .
.. B ..... ....
u l .
meat aa hry would have done at a btf buffalo bunt' dread or =: %: : "" ..... ...... 4.el-Swvi .... Welch 04.. T re5.edw gave lee...

aeearUerThe. u ::f' IJI J1 1- -- ..... .., e-s-.e a.- Maceb .eM ...Rmeet.. i s-.e S.. r4n10te.de
i Meuew M.Mw..t.. a M.ea weld ""Ie... tr.do..s. s.-
Indians liked the tobacc and coffee raU na. Ihei el.aae. ill aggPIs ". Adr.e. r.a Use Ruse ,......... L.-.
; 0. ....... -
could et beef but retarded It M Inferior to tuffs... Mart ol talaflamd IJ :lit it 0.4 M.... .4- -- a,MMw/... .--.w.. ... Mlabr ......... n... s.....
the whit mans food they ate only kecauM_ i nothlr .11II WMavailable. I spa 1Ito VQ" /., I- r o at ewhe.wa, : .re w::::i --r gl.Ae. ... Sep Maw. CSe6........ n... 5iea...

44 auto oU.I tee Mw.Y Jesse is w u0r U i_ t...* a) U*.a. ..... ii.*>Ue* ....... W....
They cursed the potato aa a dap-taWq ... Son* tare*, a..et u. 4Q t44 U ...... .... a .... Mwr. .... Mt-> Te *..*.. U*a* )... KhirhMt 1'te'la ......
......
OeM .
thought tt wu dried ..... ,1-
rtce because they 4t.t7
away During the early years ol the Indua wan on the toathrn axymrLAfakrtt ... see :--.r- ...... w N.w. n- ....... .......... ... .....d.d h1 ... ..........

would stay on the. warpath during the auav .8t: ...... .a low friars sad en awVteel .o isnss .* ar ..., TW Dear .......ow phS
tame
mar plains asoeUM groups the check to at A. Sffl to ion she f..vcrnatrnt ra t"ssada 4f 1 / t:": ::rr.:.... IWe 171. Is Tss tiwgstt be Pal l.pwt llw taf.lla ee a these hi16. stl.delea...... bead it cal ........... .ir. p...... shlse5.e eat

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Five WINTER HAVEN DAILY NBWSCHIEWINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Thursday Apri lo 1964
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Fetchit Made $2 Million w Miners Rescued StEClIMSSWOO&--

HUITZUCO Mexico (UPI) -
I Fifty miners trapped Tuesday
er+rm-- behind a 30-toot wall of earthin

Now Hospital Charity Case i.l recently a 1.000.reopened.foot-das*Marina theft in Mine the

were rescued early WednesdayRed
CHICAGO UM custom tailored India cashmere sal ('rots rescue workerssaid .
( ) Negro comedian .
suit. torn of the men were lufferlng
Stepin Fotohlt, who
made about $t million entertaining "I never !had a manager and .s from shock or respire.tort' SWE
I di&iutier, but none wt<
movie-goen with hU sifted too many fboUsh con- t
slump-shouldered, foot-siMf- tracts" ta those days, be said seriously hurt. r r.
He appeared in such films More than 500 of Huitiuco s
fling routine, today li a charity
patient at Cook County Hospital. as "Miracle in Harlem," "His 4000 people aided the rescue
But the aging comedian appears Exciting Night," "The County operation
Gentleman," "The .
every bit a* cheerful and Virginia
Judge" "Stand and Cheer,"
content ai when he was making Up
motion picture with such stars "Carolina," "David Harum," ,
aa Shirley Temple, Wit!Rogers and "The ProdlpL""I RE-ELECT
and Jatet Gaynor.Me used to have 16 Chineseservants
and Charles de Gaulle ," be said opening a
Fetchit laughed In reference to battered brief case to pull outa School

his pending prostate gland op- photograph of eta of them. ,, 7 f t i
eration. Fetchlf county hospital garb
"Only look at all that money contrasted with the Impeccable Board
De Gaulle has I wouldn't be evening dress he was wearing
here if I bad It." In photographs taken with such
Fetehlt declined to discussthe artists as Louis Armstrong
exact route he took from Shirley Temple Nat King Cole Member
wealth to near-poverty. Be and Will Rogers
Fetchit claims he born la ti
was '
would rather discuss the ctrU 6 ,
rights movement."I 1892 on May It, but he appears ,
figure I made $2 million no older than his early 60s. He AUSTIN T. RACE JR.
lo the movies," he aid "But started in the silent films In ,
1920 and continued a success ---- -- ----------- -- -------- --- -- ---
when
all
you give away your
money you've got to go into when the talkies arriYed.Nation's BOY SCOUT DRILL TEAM-Theie members of the Larry Bol.nder, end Jerry blender; beck row, Jimmy FOR BETTER SCHOOLS
debt I had assets of$146 whenI drill teem of Boy Scout Troop 555 won a blue ribbon for Weaver Bobby Koo, Fred Filo John Murrery Arthur
filed a $5!"I million bankruptcyIn its precision drill .t the Scout-0-Rama held recently Slingluff#, David Holliiter Charles Peeblei, Tommy Pob-
Chicago Tampa. Front row from left, Bruce Price, Welter Fergue- (lecky, Stuart Blenton, Jeff File and David Carroll The EXPERIENCED DEPENDABLEVOTE
records show that
Fetehlt Hollywood earned more than $1 Toll ion Lloyd Beailey, Bo Sparrow, Phil Jones, Sammy Hart, troop li sponsored by St. Paul'i Episcopal Church FOR

million from 1927 to 138 and -
he indulged In the customary FBI Seek By United' Press MrnatMjal stamping heckler who interrupted GOOD EDUCATION FOR POLK CO
lavish movie star living of the On Streets At Agents To Link SOUTH BRNO tnd Ala his speech at the Unlverilty .
day.He bama Gov George C Wallace of Notre Dame M ',1. Ad, ky Amtln T Diet Jr C..ltR l f\i4\
had 12 cars, Including a shouting back tl' slicing, foot "1 accept the nomination R. L. 't.uf.r. Tt.CENTRAL ....

pink neon drove Cadillac lights downtown on with the his side.two name chauf-Whenhe in All Time HighCHICAGO Bryan With Other Crimes i

feured limousines followed be-

hind.He NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Jo. and a former convict In Nevada. .
lived In a huge estate and (UPI)--T1ie death seph Francis Bryan Jr., a former made the FBI's list of 10
paid as much. $1,000 for aNew toll on the nation's streets and mental patient accused In most wanted men before he was
highways during March soaredto two cases of kidnaping young grabbed by two oft-duty agent
another all-time high for the boys, wai held In $150,000 bond here Tuesday I i ip
month the National Safety today while the FBI sought to With Bryan was S year-old
FREE Council said today. link him with other diiappeauancei Dennis Burke of Humbolt.
Traffic deaths during the Tenn., whom Bryan reportedlylured
first three months of the year Bryan a year-old sandy away by offering him 50
ESTIMATES smashed the previous first- haired native of New Jersey cent to be shown the way to (0SCOOP
quarter record set in 1937 the llumboldt school Dennis
The safety council counted ws* unharmed
Ill 3,420 highway deaths last Sex Freedom But another of Bryan's alleged UP THESE SPECTACULAR BARGAINS!
I month T per cent more than victims year-old John
the previous high mark of 3,200In Club Formed David Roblson of Mount Plea:
1963. Deaths from January ant, S.C.. was found dead In a SIZES LIMITED
through March totaled 9,900 up Ai ColumbiaNEW mangrove iwamp near Italian QUANTITIES,
16 per cent from last year and dale, Fla? on March 31 Young
15 per cent more than the previous -
Feb 27a
Roblwn disappeared on
record of 1,615 set 27 YORK (UPI) Students
i' s: he rode his bicycleA
at Columbia who
University
years ago."This uDItS'
federal grand Jury ha* been ..tNs
Construction toll can be reduced If feel campus restrictions on sex JAMAICA LADIES
the Individual states and cities -and those of society In ten- called for a special session beginning S UO
Remodeling will apply already known corrective oral-are too strict have unitedIn Friday at Florence R TS EASY CARE SLACkSs
measures," council protest S C In an investigation aimed Cotton
Repairs President Howard Pyle said. Yet despite urging of spring- at an Indictment against BryanIn Yal. Wash
-Quality Work At"red "Traffic management is a time, 15 young male students the Robison death Bryan launder 67
local responsibility" have taken the traditional Intel- formal kidnaping! charge t DRESSES
I. 'March was'the I7th month In lectual's approach They; la South Carolina. $388 :
James Wagner '1 the, last 29 to show an Increase formed a discussion f ub-ttI, Bryan was taken.chained and .
General in traffic deaths. Travel for the Sexual freedom Forum, sullen before U.8. Ccmmlulon- UDIES
Coctraettr
first three months of the year According to a front page er Fritz Windhorst Wednesday NYLON $200'GOWNS
141 Central Avenue rose 6 per cent over 1963, but story Wednesday In the Colum He asked for an attorney and
DRAWN ILD9. was outstripped by an II per bia Daily Spectator, the under Windhorit gave him until: Monday R% vex h
CY 34541 cent rise in death rate. graduate daily newspaper the to find one tt4
Forum "encouraces heterosexual The FBI said It I I. Investlgat
activities by mature persons Ing possible I l links. between ro4 SPECIAL THIS f/WiCIAy 61(66N/
who eel affection for each aROUr
Bryan and other case, ape ONIy L 410U/
ONLY CLARK STONE other." cificslly the disappearance of It bN THIS Cg0U/
By mature the Forum means Lewis (Hackle I ) Wilson T. In SI
anybody 18 or older, accordingto Petersburg. Fl*? and 1 yesr.old UOffSPANNES' MENS WORK
one officer. David Wulff in Will 1 i n gboro LADIES
University proctor Richard S, N.Y. The FBI was abo Intereit PA
Smith said the new group had ?. I1S
ed In another report that placeda .PIECEr1
hot pledged t. save you $50,000 HM registered with his office, like small boy with Bryan In
first year AND .bo told you hew he the Poetry Club the PhilosophyClub Tb-odore, Ala? after the Rob) t 37 Jamacla' Short KHAKI ,51
and the Debate Society. ,
BRAY
do Itl
w child's death.
IOn and 4
He said the Forum's activitieswould BLOUSE
not be Interfered with The mother of Dennis Burke
either, as lone as they don't said her son told her after his .,,., SET f 5ooMAIDENFOAM
and reunion with his +
begin to practice what they rescue
preach. family that Bryan appeared to MEN'S WOR ""
be ", nice man' who treated K
him to good food and kept him ERAS $167 SHRTSGrs /
In the belt hotels during their
Freight Car three d"I.

Order Placed She aaid Bryan took Dennltto. 11 141 Bel CHAMIRAYD 99ii
a Memphis hotel Friday night Vsf fh 2.16 lON4
after luring him Into his car to iSCON1INUF0 01 IHOAy111Y1
By ACL RR one near Jackson, Mtis. Saturday NUktlfs!
and then drove to New Orleans MENg
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad / LADIES' WALK
has ordered 32S new freight "They had the belt of everything
can at a cost of more than ," she said 'Dennis was ''OO NYlON S ONTS
tt million It was announced today not harmed In any way The RESSES DACAO.N
by the president. W Thorn mae took him to bowling alleys COTTON
as Rice. and the rate track hi New Orleans 161 BLENDS 2 61
and they had a food -< 267 '
They will be built by General time" UNIFORMS

Steel Industries at Granite City, Dennis, who appeared none "ro, ref, >. Ml
13 Two hundred of the tars the worst for his ordeal told
w.H; te used for hauling pulp- his mother Bryia lied/ lib hands $387 SLACKS
wood, and the remaining US and kept them Ud until they
will be Hat can with bulkhead got to Memphis He releasedthe 'GIRLS'

o For cevM h..d8.o, of pwbltc fs... ends primarily board./ transporting bond. when Dennis' promIsed NEON srtCIAL
gypsum not to run away. she said SOCKS B't'. VelIe /e u.l,1 aROUr 1Reg.
"c
AU of the tars will have /AIS,1 10",
..
ELECTCLARK one-piece cart steel underframes Earthquake Hits ? i15'iHv. I 'eNIH'S // rf, h 3.tt
and roller .bearings
The heavy duty eonitwtion Greek Town GUIS' IANLONmrr MIN'SDUNGAREES
a for
of the cars Will make them
STONECLERK virtually maintenance free. ATHENS, Greece (UPI) PANTIES UGlYSHIRTS 188
Rice said assuring maximum The village of Mimi on the 1 287

availability for shippers Aegeaa Island of Ikopelos, iC (ACM .... N t." SLUE DENIM
SO miles Berth of Athens, was
CIRCUIT COURT The flat ran win be deity devastated Wedaeaday by aa MEWS DICK MIM I WAIH NWUISMOIT
of BRIEFS
aced i. the fourth quarter UIIVI
this year. sad the pulpwood earthquake PANTSBOYS 2' SPORTSHIRTS T
cars wU: be delivered during SHIRTS 3 1
Reports from DM Island said
IH. ,... Al s the first quarter .. !**). 40 out of nearly 100 bouses lathe i KI 1Ji0 lots irrSLACKS

village were seriously damaged TOM S.wy.rad ENItO I V.D. WINGS
Huge cracks .bi the vH- 287J
ELECT Cage streets swcd by earlier OHMlvwfci EC 37 Mee T-SHIITS i
landslides' were widened by the SHIRTS ,. Bro' ro 3.tfloyt BRIEFSSHORTS ddb
James J. MussoCounty tremor
MVT MtAin IOYS' WALKSHORTS
There were DO reports of fc. $, 1 169
sear rasiuHie. SOCKSLADIES' Fast 3 FOR 1.2$

I County Commissioner, Dist. 3
Elf c TINQSWdOD LADItS' CHILCUM

County Wide Vote u. s. KEDS SANDALS KED

KEDETTES ton rADOIOIMSOUl WMtMt CENTRALSTORES ;:

Ability Experience ServiceI DttCONTIMUtP NUWIIIS :

? .... 1 194 '
288 99
Off I* A SOUND CONJTIUCTIYl ptOGIAMKNt : j
fa I If*. TO 4-se?
THE 6ROWTH Of POLl COUNTY.L NOT AU WM. IN DrtCOWTWUlOivitY
? SITU 1M. TO I." "wuuuALWAYS

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Pogo Six/ .__ WINTER HAVEN DAILY HIW.O: -WlNTER HAVEN FLORIDA Thursday April; 30 196.


Adams Will Be Shows Increase BrmPns Church Of Cod SertomaClub Doctors Jacksonville

In PoliciesState Petition Gets (CeattMMd toea. Pag One) North Gate (Ceajttaisail From Page Onei
which Dr. Crawford Long first a new committee that weal.

used ...tbttlil. In 1988 the national concentrate on studying ,iun
At Farm Life Insurance May RitesA Lake Alfred OKThe Polls Members auxiliary recommended ilea of increasing employmentand
Speaker in ordinary IDaurance Day
gain -
Company's In force during the first Lake Alfred City Com- tit each Doctor's state Day select to nark a satiable aa- Plans FreePancakes The training five said Negro they workers felt their

quarter of 1964 more than tri mission granted the Church. of A straw vote of members of "
outstanding nedtoal achievement.
May Day program featuring abilities could be more Jd\'an
pled the gain of the same pe God permission to use a warehouse t the Sertoma Club local service .
I. Florida's auxiliary chose
FSC Servkes the first graders of Brie- for its services after tageously employed in t the
riod last year ham Elementary School will be organisation showed Sen. John April SO la order to pay tributeto extremely important area of
The firm reported $ ,l2T,011I.- presented tomorrow in Mrs considering 1M petition at a Mathews tied with Sen. Scott Dr.John Garrle,who practiced employer-employe relations d'.
Secretary of State To OIl of ordinary in force, up special meeting last nightThe Kelly in the governor's race. medtclaae In Apalachicola
mAdam Madeline Coords' room. Rev Julius L. The North Oat Merchants set forth on the original KuuKof
will be the speaker at $168,9W.015 from the yearend The Owens Mathews and Kelly each got seven In the mhMttfc century, and in the committee
will Include made Association will nave pancakes
program a pastor the request. The
Florida Southern College's 7Mb figure of $2.460.055,088 Last votes, and Miami Mayor Robert addition to his medical work he
May king and queen the king'sroyal warehouse la located north of --all you can eat Saturday from
annual commencement convocation year's tint quarter increasewas King High received one pioneered in air conditioningand HOLLYWOOD < UPI> IU<
guards, the queen'. May the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad vote 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.According .
on Monday May U ft 150,381,651 got dw first patent on a Harrison recorded all His miri
flowers, Roly Poly the Clown, station and Is owned by to North Cia teapok..maa
was announced today .by Dr. State Farm Life reported paid In otter races: Sen SpeesardL. mechanical refrlgeraUoo device cal numbers :h o>-,ts r, II.dl't'y .
la Invited
and a modern version of Cinderella. Mary Jan DIVine. everyone
Charles T. Thrift, Jr., president for ordinary of _.760.000) in Provisions of the lease, according Holland,IS,BrattyOdkaml. which be applied In his to attend the pancake event and Hrpbuin and Wllfrrd
of the college. the tint quarter of 1964. com Attorney General James W. practice to those suffering wttllmal.rla. Hvo.White befort Uwcanvrai
Tb. to City Manager Don eat all they can free of charge.
participants will W
play Kynes, Earl Falrclota
1. yellow fever and '
The graduation exercises will pared to $100.370,000 In the same "Mary Had A Little Lamb"with HartsfieM, include an agreement For Florida Public There will also be plenty of began lolllnu mi MPair/
UtlUtI.aComml..to..r. similar
be at 10:30: a.m., and are the period of 196S-a U9 per cent flutes. that the church will make diseases where CCIIIIall' Staley Syrup and Folger's Lady' at Wan Bn>",
Edwin
flirt to be held In the college'snew increase its that L. was mental.I'ICTUIf&S Coffee to with the pancakes
Children in the program are, own repairs, and the Mason 9, Phillip Brewer t. go
Bransoomb Auditorium.The Terl Bryant Carrie Carter lease expires In six months with State Attorney Glen Darty.I.Z, without charge, he said.
baccalaureate speaker Cidy Grenert, Debra MackU option for renewal upon re Edward C. Flood 2. ALOFT The preparation and serving
Sunday May 10 will be the Rev. quest of the Aunt Jemima pancakea iLtilftWFor
Cub Pack 123 Sandra Mallory Dana Moore, For State Senator QuilllanS. MONTREAL I UPI i For
W. Scott Bozeman of First Metbodiit The congregation now meets 7 Ben travelers will be In a special area on
Diane Pafford Robin Tenny, Yancey, Hill Griffin Jr., wishing to take pictures
Church Tampa. He la an Laura In a storeroom next to the post 6. from aircraft the International the parking lot in front of Wool-
alumnus of Florida Trasport Sue Turman office The worth's. will be 1'
Southernand church has been House of Air They preparedby
Tricla Representatives, Transport Association
member of the Wilkinson Glenda Word. trying to obtain the Concordla of the Grace
a Boardof an acre of
2
Holds group Ray U offers these
MeetingCub Brian Anderson. Bobby Anderson Mattox Q. tips:
Trustee land on which to erect a Lutheran Church
Qultman Shoot
Quinn,2JackL. Turner at 1/lOOth of a secondor
George
Brantley Ken
This year'a senior class num- church but a suitable buildingsite 3. faster for
ben 279 candidate for academic ny Hayes DeWayne Lawhon has not been found. Zoning ; movies use 24 or
Scout Pack 123 sponsored Ronnie Morrison House of Representatives, 32 frames per second: don't rest BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139
degreei. Of this number by the Beymer Memorial Douglas Nip regulations require a full group 3, Klngswood Sprott Jr., camera or arms against any
199 are Floridians and the rest Methodist Church held Its regular pe Mark Parrish, David Rob acre for a church site. 6, Wallace L. Storey, 6, David part of the cabin; shoot from
come from 21 other atatea. Sev monthly meeting Tuesday ertson, Jimmy Sanchez Mark The city also has a requestfor B. Hlgglnbottom, I.Clerk the window farthest from the $ : I
enty-seven of the Floridians Sowarda, Robert Struthers and rezoning four lots on N.
arefrom of Court
night with the k coutmas- Paul Vaughn sun; guard against reflections _
Joey Whlttington. Lakeahore from residential
Polk County. trr Carl Heck In charge. Way IS. A hue niter will likely be help
Eighty-five of the candidates S e o u t-0-Rama pocket em to C-2, which la business Sheriff, Ramp Rogers, I.Z. ful. RI"9''t '
completed their academic The owner Mary Jane DiVine, Monroe Bagwell Building Supply
requirements blem patches were presented to Brannen :3 Clifton
In December at the has made the request. The lots 2.
Howell
22 boys for selling five or more Little
LeaguesTo are also north of the Atlantic
end of the first lemeiter. ticket to the recent Scout-O- Tax Assessor James L, Ro-
Rams In Tampa. Coast Line station. A hearing den, 14, Ralph J. Roast, I,
Death Final plans for the troop's will be held on May U In city Tax Collector J. B. Thorn- '
Area hall.
trip to Highlands Hammock RegisterRegistration hill, 9 George K. Miller (, t1OGrantham 5I

MIlS SOIEUNEMANNMn State Park Saturday were an Hobson Strain, 1.
nounced.It County School Supertendent
Edwin
Scheunemann New York Shelley S. Boone, 18, Bill Read,
former resident of Winter Ha. was also announced that for boys planning I.
yen, died this morning at the Den Mother Mrs. James Seitx to participate In (the 1964
East Ridge Lutheran Retirement den mother of Den 7 will be .....01ot the Winter Haven Supervisor of Registration Food S tore
Blanche M. Work 9, H. L.
Village, Perrlne, Fla. leaving the pack soon and she Little League, sponsored by the Stock ReportNEW "Shorty" Palmer 3. )
was given recognition for having recreation department should

la Ott-Laughlin in charge of Funeral arrangements Home helped organize Den 7. register tomorrow and Saturday J.Clerk"Bob"of Haslett Criminal B. Court R. Famous For Top Quality Foods & Personalized Service

which will be announced tomor The Firewood derby ruon-off at Rotary Park Odtia Bid, YORK (UPI) Midday
County Commissioner
District
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waa held and ribbons were commissioner, laid today. stock prices: I, Floyd Woods U, Francis Buy Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef For Your Freezer

row.Mother awarded to the following cubs: Dice acid all boys from 10 Alabama Gas 35% L. Pipkin 3, George R. Burt,L Affiliated With Ore
Mark Boitlck first; Ken Pur- yean of age through 12 yean American Can Co. 43% County Commissioner Dis- 4eOther frr, 10 320 3rd St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1566

dy second; Scott Jarmor third; of age, whose birthday lalls American Hardware 50 trict 3, L. W. Dunson,14,James .rln,
(Continued From Page One) Steve Reynolds fourth; and after Aug. 1,are eligible to play. American Motors 16 J. Musso 3, QUlllt.ndll'. a FREE PARKING.
tor
done Call ua. Help ui return Tommy Heck fifth. American T l> T 14m County Commissioner District lac
the baby." The attendance flag was won A registration period will beheld american Tobacco 32H I, Aldlne Combe, IS, Bob

Murphy and other top lovestigatori by Den 2 and the handicraftsflag tomorrow from 4 p.m. to Anconda Copper 44 Jones I, Joseph F. Sedmcra, 1. t BRAND BUVS

hoped that their new by Den 7. 6 p.mand Saturday from Oa.m. Atlantic Coast Line TCH School Board District 1, Seth I '
sketch of the kidnaper would About 155 cuba and parents to 12 noon. Babcock Wilcox 57* McKeel, 17. Soft
SuperAbsorbentScot
aid In the aearcb. attended.. the meeting, Bice acid players who par- Baltimore It Ohio 43V School Board District 4,Austin

The iketch was composed ticipated In last year's league Bendix Corp. 43* T. Pace Jr., 16. Towels ... 2 X.I 59c
FLORIDA STOCKS
from descriptions of the mystery will be on the same teams they Bethlehem Steel 35V Justice of the Peace, Eloy
woman who posed aa a Here are the 1 p.m closing Delgado 8, Walter G. Bell, 7. '
were on last year.New players, Borden Foods 73% L,,,.. Corned
nurse to kidnap the Infant from on Florida stock as reportedby he added, should bring their Briggs Msnufacturing Co. $ Constable Leon Thornton 10, CJl

Michael Reese Hospital Mon Air Francis Contorol I. duPont and Co. birth certificates. Burlington Industries 44 Clarence H. Duncan I, lorlld3 Beef Hash .. ....... 3 !w 95cDel
24
day the day after he was born. H He also noted that a work- Carolina Power ] Light 74tt
Authorities said the sketch Tampa Electric\ 4 2SV4 out for 10-year-olds will be Chesapeake and Ohio 71g Man AccusedContinued Mont

wai "slmost as good as a pho. Florida Telephone 26 V4 held Saturday afternoon follow- Chrysler Corp 44%
tograph." Plant Industries 2tt ing reglatratton. Service Oil Co. TOW ( From Page One) t Spinach 2 R: 29c
Cities vice station using a stolen ... .. ... ... .
Police and federal agents
Cocoa-Cora Co. 127 ,
continued to express optimism olgate-Palmoliva Co. 42% about their chances of finding The search was centered six ,:
Gets Mill 17%
Paul Joseph alive. Their ..trona..at Campaign Hotter Cone Continental Can 47* tenths of a mile south of the Pedro's Celebrates DIXIE SUGAR
Intersection of State Road 775
. hunch was that the kidnap. CRYSTALS
M%
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1> ugll' '
maternal urge.oN>had recentlylost ChemicalDuPont' U. S. 41 is.known aa the.Tan l- A r
a baby ,."- As Voting Time Hears amt Trait and Is the main traffic With Top Quality reat ,::

In either case, they said, the Eastern Air Line/ 34 route from Miami to the res--.5. IB*. .49F x
infant would be well taken care lower Florida West Cosst Venice
By United Pres International which the pad administrationhas Eastman Kodak 128 li about 75 miles south of CHOICE MEATSTarnow't =
ofThe Infant' mother, Mrs. Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakelandsays neglected" Ford Motor Co. 55Vt St. Petersburg.The I Limit" I with 1100 .r Men Purchu.i

Dora Franctak 28 was kept If he becomes governor he General Electlr S7tt area is described as beIng '
Chipped
under sedation at the hospital will know Just where to look for "This Is our opportunity to General Motors $4'% a brushy, rattlesnake infested Del Monte, Whole I
...
Impropleties in the State Road have a man In the Cspitot who General Telephone 33H area, but there was no Ham or Beef 3' .. $100
MILWAUKEE Mrs. Joyn Department.In can evaluate our needs against Georgia Pacific Corp. B5V4 water nearby. ", Green Beans 2 'Ji 49c
MMi
Seybold who was married In his campaigning central other areas of Florida," the Goodrich Rubber Boyer said a e v e r a I large Choice Lean Fresh Ground

)jail Wedneilay to n man awaiting Florida Wednesday Kelly laid paper laid editorially. Goodyear Rubber 41H snakes were killed In the area Cypress Gardens

trial for armed rtb'jery: and that aa chairman of legislative Gulf 011 Corp 55 by searchers during the morning BEEF (II Ilea. staff . 2 11M. 99c :
G'fruit
Dickinson muchof Central 53* Sections
campaigned Illinois 3 59c
;&
attempted murder charges she committee: four years ago hla ;<1,.:' ;
< "
Mills 14*
the in the Florida Indian Head
Keys
day
The
also will face investigations "stopped them remains were lying in .
"'1 afra'd' honeymoonwill Wednesday slamming Karl for International Harvester 70VInterchemlcal the about half mile ; SUGAR CREEK
am our from stealing" In the Road Department open a a r. CHASE t SANIORN'S
"low-level" tactics In saying Corp 44H HAM
be delayed. but then Gov. Farris south of where the car was
Bryant "that Harvard lawyer Dickinson opposed extension of International Nickel 78* stuck In the ..nd. Tender Cured
Interstate 95 down the International T & T 55% Coffee
Highway
There noimmediate I I t C
in n mnmiinimiiiitHinmmimHMMMiit CI from Ocala" failed to follow wai
I yi I entire east coast of the state. Johns Manville 56% word ai to bow the boy met 69

up.Kelly and his five Democratic Karl replied by telegram he Kennecott Copper $2% death THEnl LB. CAN

INSURANCItt opponents, Sen. John Mathews, only thought this was the case Koppera Co. 44% A search party of 75 men I DELICIOUS (Limit I I IIv )

SPECIALIST Rep. Fred Karl Mayors Haydon because Dickinson was the only Kroger Co. 30% using horses, jeeps and a Civil .,.,':<<' > t Burnt and Robert King High, Democrat who "failed to anjwer Liggett A Myeri Tobacco 19% Air Patrol plane opened up the \ '
and Fred 0. Dickinson are the questionnaire of the 1-93 Lockheed Aircraft 33* search of the area this morning .. 'Marti' SpanishStuffed

campaigning with Increasing Action Committee. think und Lorlllard Tobacco 46H after the FBI reported it had Olives. 2 .* 49c
er similar circumstances you Louisville Nashville 85% tracked Bryan to the vicinity.
H. Cross fervor In the closing days of the
James
campaign. would have drawn the same Merck Co. 113. An agent in Tampa sell FBI e Wkeh

231A Third St. S.W. Kelly also sniped st BrysntWednesday conclusion: Middle South Utilities 42* agents In West Virginia found 91 Valmallto'Guava
He also welcomed Dickinson Monsanto Chemical 74H a 1959 Buick that was traced to t Hedf
for being afraid of LL Jelly 2 ? 69c
MOM CY 4.2444FRANKLIN .
Ward 38
"those big-spending mul,," In among the rest of the candidates Montgomery Bryaa. They also discovered he "
LIFEINSURANCE the 1963 legislative aeaslon. "But plugging for completionof National Gypsum 50 was using a stolen credit card. ffl.-uo'.xw' Kreh'sRATH'S
*
highway. Paramount Pictures 53* The FBI began to follow his
I'll get them under control
CO. Karl, campaigning In the J. < Penny 52% trail by the he made BLACK HAWK SLICED
again. I'll get the gate closed 0 purchases Mayonnaise 49c
29H . . ,.
I Life Group on the spenders," Kelly said Tampa Bay area, also; said Pennsylvania Railroad with the credit card.This .
Dickinson won the endorsement that Floridians "can find the Pepsi Cola Bottling 51* led first to St. Petersburg BACON

e Mortgage of the Pompano Beach answer to most of our problemssuch Philip Morris lift ,where Bryan made a purchase 49c CRJSP PRODUCE
1 Health I Disability Sun-Sentinel which called the aa racial matters-U we Phillips Petroleum 50* March 23, the day the

1 Hospitalization West Palm Beach candidate a provide a system of education Republic Steel 43% Wilson boy vsnished. (Limit 2)) . ..
man who "would look out for for all children which would Include Reynolds Tobacco 43% Further reports showed purchases Fancy Yotinq Tender Yellow
e EducttlonaltUDltIllIIUlllllllaUUlIWlUllUlUIUU
the Interests of South Florida good libraries, modern Seaboard Air Line 48 at Venice. Fort Myers
, lllUIIIIIllIlW) textbook and competent and interested Sears Roebuck 108* Punta Gorda and several other U.S.D.A. Choice ROUND Squash .. .. ...... 2 kt. 25c

safaris teachera. Then racial Sinclair Refining 43H cities on March 24 and 23. STEAK 89c
difficulties would be minimised. Socony Mobil 76 "This gave us the Information N g c- to to. ..... *. No.1"" Red lilts

." Southern Company 56* that he had been In St. "', Hf't*>d":",, Potatoes
Miami Mayor High had a Southern Natural Gas 54 Petersburg when the boy dlsap- .......,,10 1 tae 69c

KERB-MILLS busy day trying to make up for Southern Railway 13% peared and left the city headed U.s.D.A. FLA. or G. Grede A
a day lost Tuesday when he Sperry Rand 1SH south along the coast." the i Fancy Slicing

was In Washington. Standard Oil (N. J.) 86* FBI said.County. Tomatoes.
Page 1133 ol/ She house Journal of she Shaking hands at home, taping Studebaker >% FRYERS .. ... 2,33c

1963 Session oi the Florida Legislature shows television appearances and Sunray DX 30* Tour
"bUuln," campaign managersIn Swift Co. 46* I
thai Representative) Ray Matson, Polk County, other counties by telephone Texaco Inn, Tl (Continued From Page. One) FROZEN FOODS;

of the Bill High still found time to sound Texas Gulf Sulphur 58* a.m. with a program In the CUT-UP
the
floor for
was manager passage off against legislative lobbyist. U. S. Pipe 21% ACL parking lot From 12.30to : lirds Eye Fordaeak or

that adopted the Kerr-Mills Bill in Florida. H. said be would promote a U. S. Rubber 51% 1:30: p.m. he will tour Hills- F

of hoi- bill as governor requiring lobbyist U. S. STeel 54* borough with the Rebels.He FREE 29 BabyLimas .. .. 245c!
This action created
a new
program to give aa accounting of Walworth Co. 6% will appear on a live

pica( and nursing care for the elderly in Floe how much money they spend Warner Bros. Pictures 14* television program In Tallahassee Ib. Mrs Smith's

and who gets It. Western Union 32g at 9:30: pm. Saturday. Cheese

Ida He also slammed the Internal y >. ., ', x., Improvement Fund chargingthat
"land belonging to the public Miss Fresh (Florida's Finest. Adams U.S. Grad A Forty


ReElect was is la being the sold real off estate aa U business Florida QUICK r EGGS . . . 2''::. 89c Orange Juice .. 3 i 59c

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Page Bght Wll'QERnti EN DAILY NEVSCHIEFWINTIR HAYIN, FLORIDA Thursday April .K, 1964


D.nison FFACompetes 5 was and held group recently 6 eonteet in Lafcelsnd., watch. LofelTBNT MvertftMtIN UflChrprM Egy Producers FAtSE TtU-TH

In Members of the earn teelude, Ad.ertitintR Meet Tuesday HURT hi !'fl
Burzy Pollard, Junior WUker- T". CUlCVIT JUDICIAL Ova't CUSCKIT 01' tai IN

District MeetThe son, Lamar Carter Bobby Dan- AND FOB POLK ()OV.TY. Tfce Polk County Egg Producers AIMIIItC
ford Edward Collins, Reed FLORIDA IM CILANCMY SeA&MMenplaced
WA will meet Tuesday at
Denlson Junior High Jerry Ltater. N*, aiSeiaestAONKB Whore... .....,0CII0rJ;.._ TtI: p.m. In the Florida Citrus here
School Future Farmer of America W BRAXKBLL, tt:& .. Mutual Building Lakeland, OIl ElPI i owe vou

Chapter Parliamentary St. Joseph's FUlDtUIn. dt Amoloan IRWaaIlent Dr. Wilbur Us ire. of the A TIGHT fIT
Procedure team, representing CKl'II l, L BRAZZBIX.Defendant I. Cyprpe 0artJeu". heated State Department of Agrfcul rw FQRAEAIifllAf6RT!
north Polk County, will com- III Ovdau. IItMe at .
ture will speak on Proposed 1101
N(TItlT TO DKFtNDTHH : : Florid has compiled with WprsvWon. on YOUR Montr IACtC
pete In the district contest In STATIC OF PUORUDA TO. of the statutes of the TMt Disposal Law for Poultry
Plant City tomorrow. NOTKK TO DEFEND ed State required to be oomptJed Farms.' EZ'ON'AlCtU'MfSI'

The team won the right to Group Meets tudL.Betty\ Brassellft. Crawford mmmeea the MW_authortoed of bankbifas to (I

compete by winning tike croup 1227 N CoMM a National Bankm AssodaUoa: .
E'tl Indlantputla, Indiana Now. Therefore, I hereby certify When washing woodwork I
The Holy Name Society of -E Y"u .or.' hereby notified that a that the above-named aeenclatfcm I*I Iauthorised I hold a cookie sheet against ,
CONSTABLEDistrict St Joseph's Church Is sponsoring nun r", dlvurea bout bee Cited to commence the bus- to avoid splashing f ri
wallpaper
MM of bank a National NankingAmoeiatlo. i
a
a meeting tonight In which aa-alrut to the abov entitled .
.
(aus... end that you arc herebyrwlulrnd and wetting ii
3 the Rev Joseph Ellison a Re- ssrve a espy ot youranswer In testimony whereof witness my I i
demptorlst priest from Tampa, : : aloe written dcraoM Isnature\ and Mal of office toil75th
Tobe Acr eX upon Walter O Bell. plaintiffs day of February. teal
will be the speaker. Elect
SEAL of The Comptroller of Th
attorney whom address I Is 3U Tan
KoKotW.ThomMn The meeting, open to all In the Bklvitr Winter Haven Currency. Charter ".. 1SJ70fllimsd i
parish, will bs held at 8:30 p.mIn a.I'"t.: .lore the 26U> day ( by) James J SaionComptroUer

E<< Williams Father Anderson Hall. r of May 164.thereafter' and before to til.or with Immediately Currency of tile SETH McKEELPOLK

Father Ellison will speak on the Clerk of lid above itylad Court March I. U It, M, April t 5, IS.
Vote May 5 Dent Primary "The Progress of the Ecumenical the original M said answer or wrttUn as, so 1104CHICAGO j
PJ Pol A/r. Council = T dttcnoa U any COUNTY
A If you tall to do M. Decree pro Negro comedian
Confeno will be entered against Stephln Fetchlt who made about
Uw you Complaint for th* relief demanded In $2 million in the movies but SCHOOL BOARD j

WITMKBS my hand and official now is a charity hospital patient .
THERI'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR KWWWCI Mal of office at Bartow, Pant explaining what happened District 1
County, Florida, title 21at day of
April's : 1SS4. to his money: For A Buslness-LIke
ELECT D. H BLOAN JR. "1 never had a manager andI Administration
Clerk Circuit Court foolish contrscts -
signed too
many
By: Vivian A PurvlaDeputy
Clerk ." Pd Pet, Ad..
STRAINTAX April 23 80 Mar T, 14 1M4Notlri
HOBSON -


T. eJndttoro INTRODUCING
COLLECTORDemocratic IX THE COmITY IrDnIC'1I e .
COUNT IN] Ann FOB POLK
SE'erro" NEW FORD DEALERS-!D. C. Wators, loft and Ed COUNTY ESTATia FUmiUAIN
Primary- May RE: OF
Thomas, now owners of the Ford eaeney, are having. big DELLA M. JUCHARE8 the trendin

A sal* this weekend to celebrate the official name changeto To All Creditor and Person Deceuod Ha T-

Thomas-Waters Ford, Inc. Inc Claim or Jeme.nd.&lut '
Bald Eltat*:
You and each of you an hereby Gulf front ti
notified to file la duplicate all
Ford Agency Has New Name claims and demand which you
here tRalnd the estate of Della
M Richard.. deceased. In the office
The name of the Ford agency Each new car win have a of Richard A Branson, County Living
here was officially changed Judge, at hi.' office In the Court
red tag on the window. The House at Bartow, Florida, within
today from Halley Ford to prices listed on (the regular .Ix calendar months from April U.
Thomas.Waters Ford, Inc 1116I. which .la the date of the tint
window sticker will not mean publication of this notice Each!
And the new owners, Ed I thing Only the red tag will claim or demand must be In writ-
Thomas and D. C. Waters, are count. Inn. must state the place of residence 5400 GULF DRIVEANNA
and post offlc address of
having a $25000 "Red Tag .
The new owners call themselves the claimant mug be nom to and
Sale" to celebrate the event. "Florida's Number One must be flied a* aforesaid or else.
Discounts on their stock of same. will become void.EKCHANfR .
Hone Traders" Since they
NATIONAL
ISLAND
new and used San exceed bought the agency almost BANK OFWINTER MARIA

$25,000 according to the owners four months ago, they have HAVEN
as Executor of the Estate
been low bidder on almost '
01 Delia M Richard Dec d
The celebration will con every car the commission has By: William R Monies, e Condominium ownership

tinue tomorrow and Saturday, bought.l.UT1lh'R1.V. Trait Executor5TRAUGHN Officer.
Polk Counfians with dozens of prizes to be 8HARTT A e Oneand two-bedroom apartments
given away sll day Saturday KALOORIDI8

Your SUPPORT and VOTE are respectfully solicited The Saturday festivities will : ST.4nNTNEW ; : not Attorneys Manollt A"eWinter Fine pool .:"- I I

for the candidate for TAX COLLECTOR of Polk Include Network the "ThomasWatersRadio a two-sta YORK (UPI TheLutheran tl Haven SO. May:FieApril 1.. 14. IBM ,
a Low maintenance and good financing "
Church In Americahas ;I'
County with ACTUAL EXPERIENCE and PROVEN lion hookup with Interviewsevery .,
adopted official
ABILITY in Polk Tax Collectors 15 minutes all day long statement directing an the police NOTICE or INTENTION TO block and medical j i I
your County The partners will provide attention REGISTFB; riCTlTIOlS KAHN e Ono to shopping
Of Its 8,200 congregations Notice la hereby given that lid
office. free refreshments during the club and marina
centers yacht
In the United States and Can undenlxned Intend to register with ,
three days of the sale They the Clrrt of the Circuit Court of
e Ovr I year Iepeleee. Tax Collector I effl*.. will be open all day and each ada to their "appoitlonment responsibilities Polk County. Florida, pursuant toChapter models
a Furnished dilly
,
Presently. serving ** Chief: Deputy S09B3 Law of Florida open
evening, and stress that the Acts of 1S41 Leirlnlatur/ as amended -
O OrituaU University if Florida Degret In AaoewntlniM. "The apportionment is the .
Chapter MTW Law of Florida
main thing they want to do by
N. .Mtsl*'* business Interests menu by which through synod Act of 1961 Legislature. the CONTACT
Is VISIT OR
get acquainted with the
Married Father ef I children and church a portion of the fictitious name tn-wtt:
e ef and reared In PoIIi! County people In Winter Haven. BLUE SEAL CITRUS DEALERS
budget Is established for eachconxipgation
under which they are enraged In
There are big savings In as Its reasonable buslnrn at Post Office Box 130JLake : 'LARCHMONT DEVELOPMENT pORP.
every department, new cars, Alfred. Florida ,; Y'
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first the
&ctht. itep in support of Its
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used cars, the body shop, the WUIIam Sawyer Fryer j
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own wider. ministry m th David Allen Fryer P. 0. BOX 1112. HOLMES BIACH, HAl; \;:
Pel Ae>. W Aftft. atrela, Trash repair shop, and the parts department noild. the statement said April It S3, SO May T. 1SS4 ) _
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Thursday April 30, 1944 Pe Nine Presbyterian
Around The Town

WlNT5Q AVSN DAiL N6WS.Ct41GF Women Meet

Local Student At DartmouthIs
Taw Women's Association of
tile First Presbyterian Clrarea.
) met at t the church this week

Awarded, Faculty Citation 'izu4GJtld Mr*. Tom Lowe Manes Mat

worship service In tile Chapel,
uslsf the them "Lows y* OM
George Robert Uilg, Dartmouth College senior knottier."

from Winter Haven, has been awarded faculty citation
The luncheon served by
for distinguished work in Spanish during the Circle 7 with Mrs, Joe.it M.

winter term here. Pens, chairman. preceeded the

He was cited by Thomas C. Mtahaa for "a pro ; by BtUIC Gull IttfittifiHHs program maay member for the afternooa and visitorspresent. with

found literary interest coupled with a fine analytical Mrs. Robert W.

work.mind." He is to be highly commtad for superior New Officers Elected By WSCSMr Farrow. reported and Mr*.on Cfekley tile Spring Andrew -

...... Mrs. Cecil Bake meeting of PresOytertal held
.t, ;
T. T. DtcUwwnwasre- .
According to Thaddeua Seymour dean of the college In the Garden Creel PreebyterIsn -
-
sleeted president of the Wpm secretary, Mrs.J. V......... ;
Church In M. Petersburg
citations are given on the average to one studentin n'f Society of Christian Serv- treasurer Mrs. Robert picker earlier this month Mill

100 in any single course. They are made a part of lee of Beymer MtmorUl Methodist ). d; secretary ol promotion. Dorothy WagRr, Secretary forWomen'
M. C. Lawrenceseore.
Mr
*
the student's permanent college record. Church during the meet Relation In the Comnlsslon -
tary of Mlaalonary education,
held
Inc Monday In the social
The student is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. halL Mrs Russell Fountain and Mr*. on Keumenlcal Mission -
and Relations and Miss
Dug of 1402 16th St., NW, is a 1960 graduate of Winter Other officers for the Coming tun TurnbuU; aetreUry of Laura Las A. Dacerra were
/ vlce-pratdnt, Mrs, Christian social relations, Mn. both speakers at the meetings.
Haven Senior High School. '
George
Cssieel; second viceMiss Ola Traynor; secretary of .Iu-
Mrs Jolts Parker and Mrs. Jerry Wscsaer celebratedhis dent work, Mrs L. B. Carter;
work The Rev. William Downey,
Charles Shinn Jr are representing fifteenth birthday Tuesday secretary ot children' ,
Mrs. Preston Duncanson; sec pastor of Hope Presbyterian
the Founders Garden
Club of Lake Alfred at the with s supper given by his Kai BruceIs rotary of youth work, Mri. A. Church, ,.VlID Interesting
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
afternoon -
meeting of District\ Nine of T. Andersen; lfK'retaryof'plr- count during the program
the Florida Federation of Wacaser. itual lit, Mrl. 1'.C.IC.ramlda' of his work In a mission
secretary school located In Mt. Pleasant,
and Mrs. 0. D. Bride;
JFlAttf Garden Clubs today In Sebrlnf Dr. and Mn. L. D HaroU Married of supply work, Mrs E- Utah. This I I. an Academy in

n Master Billy Tbsrp. son of have returned to their sumnw tells titer; secretary of literature which boys and girls from

MOTHER'S DAY Mr. and Mn Bill Tharp Is home on Long Island, and publications, Mrs sparsely settled communities
spending the week In Sara- NY after wintering here. B. T. Reynolds: secretary of are given well-rounded education -
The Ponstt! Garden Club hat made dozens of arrangements, as can be sots with his grandparents In New York nominations Mrv C. O Swan- this being one of manyof

seen here, for sale I Saturday, for Mother's Day which ls May I Oth.. Mrs Kurt Mr. and Mrs. Dale MattixMr Mr. and Mrs Fred Duck son. National Missions field
Kraut was working in her flowr-bdckd house when this picture was t.kI. worth have had as their Th Susannah Wesley Circle
Announcement it being mad
The arrangements, all of permanent material, will b* sold at North Gate and *. WBmer McCntchroa, s guests, their IOn Bob of Orlando. of the marriage of Mlia Mar- was In charge of the covered-
Southeast Plat shopping centers, and downtown at .Andersons Drug Store and member of the Planters Garden ; Mr and Mrs. Bill Shaw calla Kil Bruce, daughter of dish luncheon, Order IIevMOTHERS
the A&P Store. Club and Roadside chair of Charlotte, N.C. and Miss Mr. and Mrs Leon 0. Bruce Mrs Earle Rabb gave the DAY
man for District Nine, Fed devotion, at which time she
Elizabeth Uteri of Miami Jr. of this city, and Gal Frank
eratlon of Garden Clubs, Is mentioned the coming general Candy Now
Wallace, ion of Mr. and Mrs
the district meeting conference, and the many problems
Mrs. Williamson attending Mr and Mrs Wallace Eck- Gal D. Wallace of Ipswich,
In Sebrlng. Mrs. William Reed to b* met there by the
Women
Church Fellowship Day lea and Linda Maes. The
I i Gives ProgramFor and Mrs Lynn Wood also of. to spend daughter.Sunday in ,White plan The ceremony was solemnls Methodist denomination. Just Right
The consisted of reports
to attend
the Planters Club, plan program
ed in New York on April 1th.
E. Ecklei will
Springs Jsye Card!
given by the three delegates
The United Church Womenof of the three-year program of JuniorsNewly the afternoon session. perform at the Florida Folk The couple will reside at 11 sent by the society to the

Winter Haven will participate atudy and action which hat The Harriet Thompson will Festival to be held at the Strawberry Hilt, Stamford, state conference of the W, I.
in the nationwide observance been related to the special e f e c t e d president meet Monday evening at six Stephen Foster Memorial Conn. C, A. at Orlando last month. "CO""" ., (j
of May Fellowship Day program "Assignment 1 : tlrs j Dorothy Fox, presided the o'clock for a picnic sipper st Mrs Wallace was graduated The delegates were Mrs. Dickinson III US"
tomorrow at St. Paul's Episcopal Race." Tens of thousand of j business meeting held In theWoman' the home of Mrs. John White Mint u.J.I1l'r.: has I returned from the Winter Haven High Mrs. 10. Thompson Meet N
Church Pariah Hall at church women throughout the Club building Tues- sides. The members are to to the University of t-ohool and attended Wesleyan and Mrs Robert Spicks rd. j aloe seas.
12:30.: The Rev. Cyril N. Stur- country have been Involved In lay night take their table service and Florida in Gainesville for the College in Macon, Ca. She hat
rup of St. Paul's will address the effort to achieve full participation Mrs. Doreen Williamson ad. covered dlih. The devotion sis summer trimester Miss resided In New York City forth -- -

the group. for all In churches dressed the club on the sub win be given by Mrs. Robert Myers, daughter of Mr. and put two years and WCBS it prei.ntly Tele

This marks the culmination council of church women and ;feet, "Creative Arts". Mrs B. Hamilton and the programwill Mrs. Herman i. Myers, hat vision employed, by PRE-INVENTRYCLEARANCE
of Mrs.
communities Williamson Is a teacher of art, be by the pupils The hostesses been spending a semester Mr. Wallae was graduated l
May Fellowship Day it an lor j Ridge Art Association After Richard Slmonds.Mesdames Earl break here with her family.City from Tabor Academy In Marlon,
The Thinking annual observance sponsored i s class In art, for fun, club will be, William M.... and then attended the
Renken.
by United Church Women a :members better understand enjoyment Baum Otto James Poole W Mauler and Mrs C. Cnlvrtlty of North Carolinain
Voter general department of the ; received by creating McKentle, and Frank Brig Clifford Ryan of Winter haven Chapel Hill where he received
National Council of Churches. Mrs: Williamson stated "by H. Strecker win be the last are attending the 11th annual a B. A. degree In political act|
Will ReElectan Winter Haven' council is 1 becoming s "Creative Person", ham. This ence, After graduation,he served -
of the clsss till Fall short course (for city managers LARGE SELECTION OF .
meeting .
one of the 2.300 local and ;rOil become s better person, urged to at the famous Outrigger In the Marine Corp ta a
Attorney 1 1Walter state councils of United and more Interesting to others and members are Inn. St. Petersburg, this week. tint Iteulentnt. He ti now employed \ NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
Church Women taking part in wound you." come. at D. A. Comstock and

this years' observance Mrs. Scott Harper past president Miss 8.... advert, who will Company, an exporting firm \
Mrs Clarence W. Smith of spoke to the club about be a sophomore at Florida Mr and Mn. tell Shark of. S American Citl
State Convention recently held In Tallahassee Charlottesville, Va. will arrive
chairman
St Paul's is general State University found
tomorrow to spend s In '. tan .
w In Jacksonville. Four club tall U spending the ShenanigansMannequins
of this May Fellowship next ,
Mrs.yean Richard Madaus, members attended, they were summer months here with her week with the latter'i sister cy may turn lightly to thought.
Day Min Maude Clark of love but If really wantto .
you
r local president, will participate Mrs. Scott harper Mrs parents, Mr and Mrs. Arnold
make him whirl him
in the tomor Dorothy Fox Mrs Terry English Sllvert. Miss Silver was recently live Cbvtnl
program
.
and Mrs. W. B. Strange yellow tog* This euiitiuon
Babysitting service will tapped to Sophomore Miss Dade Robert I I. spendIng .
row. Ron
from
cornea Postal, prtal
Mrs Richard A Noll present named 'chair with her
and the
be provided. All Church wo Council was summer parents dent of the National Council otU.n' w1wa Me MUCK HilLS
ed the BYLAWS ta the club man of the Pow Wow Commit Mr. and Mrs. James M. ,w
invited.FASHIONETTES Fashions In Beverly/
men axe for better understanding to new tee for the fall homecoming Roberta She plane to return 4' MID HtfLS
he.Incrcsse
Him. "Warm colors says r
member activities During the summer to her studies at Florida State SLINGS
a man'a heartbeat -
New m. m b e r. attendingwere months she employed In the University, si s sophomore, lathe and yellow dora the most In
Mrs Harold Crimea, law office of Judge Irving W. fall lifting his aplrlla" i
Mrs. Franklin Powell, Mrs Robert Wheeler
.
L. Freeman, Mrs David
Frledrlchj, Mn James B. t Black PatentS

G. Johnson Other and attending Mn Steve member Gayle., Camellia Club Contributes MuchThe To Community Red Patent j

ShUt into warm weather with were Mrs Dorothy Fox, Mrs t Nude Patent
BELLJustice wardrobe of versatile and James H Tatum, Mrs Lannle continuing maintenanceand ed on Arbor Diy by Individual Commit e Whit
,
members and round each club
comfortable shift drrsses New Christie Mrs. D. C. Waters beautification of the trl year The garden completely t Bon
member endeavors to "keep the decorated the Rhor Horn for
I wash-and-wear fabrics of Vy- Mrs. James R. Hardy, Mrs angle st the Dundee Road en
grounds around the Individual the / and miniature
ef the Peace cron polyester and cotton insure Scott Harper Mrs Richard A. trance I II the main beautiflcatlon holidays I
homes lovely to add to the decorations were placed In the
District 4 daylong freshness With belts Noll, Mn. Terry English Mrs project of the Camellia beautification of the city's overall rooms of each resident, torn $697
or without them with accent John Attaway. Mrs Sam Scott Garden Club. N
of whom unable to l leave
Is not. In A-line or two- th club .landscaped appearance were 997 NI Nf
Why An Attorney scares or Miss Barbara Horton Mill This year re The object of the club Is tofftCOllrae their rooms. Each resident alsore'll" f
piece look, these everywhere the area with new I
Jane Mortilnger, Mrs Marvin .
kortlcelture sehievement a Chriitlmst card and
Needed shifts are Ideal for resort and It. Brook, Miss Geneva Pol- plants and shrubs where they to make members homes bU her blrthd. .
greeting on or ,
... wirnnli !
.iMmln.l
t. He I. the broken ;
town wear land, Mrs Carl Jensen Jr. and were necesssry, and Lc'4 SitOlft-:
2. H. I. Ju<*. .f ,,,. .....11 birdbath repaired more beaiUfsl and t* make the The club also provides seed
claims l purl) VIaIUnrUWorld'' Falrt Mr. W B Stnnle.Rdrtlhmentl was city more attractive III" pre- for the bird feeder purchased ..
'". ,...,. H I were besutl- Members have bird feeders ad culture t
Un my ... Dresa the feet comfortably meting the love, shady some tint ago for the horn
run.M ol a pertwm.eoe .11 There are five mile of paved fully served by Miss Jan in their yards to promote the. of towers, with lbs study Gold fish grass, gravel, pb-
bwr V..t. and SueMr Will' roads in the Falr'a 646 acres. Mortsinger and Miss Barbara birds and conservation depart.meet's of landscape girdrclnj sad ceeperstlos > hiss and feed were also purchased 130 W. CINTRAl AVL i
.... .... work Tree were plant.
I. Horton.
A'
Wear shoes that give good support ) la the Improvement by the club to stock Use
ft. by L. t). C Ir'.r, the Goodyear women's LARD I.OKK of pubUe pares and ,,"*rv*. fish aquarium at the club Shop Downtown and Save

C.m. Tr service bureau urges CHICAGO iUPI Folklo Benefit Dessert tins *f wild flowers, tree ail
J "
bids
experts report Idaho pioneermade

a by lantern sticking called a candle s "palouaer" t;; Bridge Party! club Two cooperates months of with the year the ,Win.the What a lovely Summerwithcool 1

Have A a lard pall. Lard also often doubled At Clow Home ter Haven Council of Garden .
Polk County Must as milady's face cream I;; Clubs by providing floral arrangements

days gone by .w or potted Plants fragrances by Dorothy Gray
very few days at the Public

Man of Proven Ability day Lard more still has conventional many uses per to. was Mrt.Chairman George for'. Clow NorthwestWinter who December Library This extra past arrangement year In

hap, but lust aa interesting t I
Haven during, >e Cane and decoration were displayedIn
a hungry family say th eer Crusade, recently gave a the library line It was th
American Meat Instltuti, Man;r beautiful b dessert-bridge holiday lIalOll.PublltaUoa tt t-

Good cooks build them. sputa i i: party at her borne In Stately of monthly programs
tlon for fine cookies. < aken tiv
.. Oak*. of th* club have aided
pastries on use of thr tliuum'
Th Clow home beautifully .
was non club members In the vsrlous
decked throughout withSpring arts of flower arranging
\ flowers from the tamlly and gardening, and la Bonsai I.
carder, t* wen a* gift bouquets the gromlng of miniature tree.

trig.ThIllT from friends. The county project of the
: Camellia nub U the Rhor -
Each table had central ornament llome lot senior cltliena which

of porcelain slippers, and U carried forward under UM direction
I various other miniature containers of the Carded Therapy
I all filled with tiny pink
If someone :: roe buds and small purple
flowers EIE < *
:

you knowis : Before tile game started a v f.j

cherry dessert was served with
moving. :: iced drinks and eofi... INGSWOODIPftOTT
I There were lea tables la

: pia,. $
: A fri edit' nit the Mr*. Cecil H. Amarwtte was Hot Weather Cologne l -
W.la+ :by :: Mrs. Clowieo-bots.Others JRST4TI
.aU help utM@.i- feet. .. who assisted la the bocpttall*

,: ties were Mrs. W. C. Lion* CoolTouch Cologne $100 Aerosol Cologne $1&Q
herd, hits Otto SeaMs, Mrs.
t :: tee Hately, Mrs. Julia GUI sad > '
:: Mrs. Frank Boyd. Dusting Powdcr$125$25fl

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.: cummualr'stredhtrm.l int"P'C4tbti" /.11I : How Do You Choose A Kindergarten? in v Hir pine or desk for a refreshing fra|ranc break. Or

ELECT W.lro.. Wegua the 4 nijivtliHii new Aerosol iu turrwiml you with WhIt<< Lit* ; J..*.
Sam. cad adder ALnair I. CUnngf TtACMgt WITH A HOII'A TgACrllN*
yes know wt: :: CttTWlCATg.L K-JUCI end many otho lovely Kent .

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Pag Ten WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSOHEP-WINTER HAVEN,, aORIDA Thursdey April 30, 1964
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I Methodist Conference Candidates Make Their Pitch ii.y Princess Irene On Honeymoon I


ROME (UPI-Pr ew INMo1t ...,.. the elect Roman
NettMria*** aid herbridetreeae. Catholic wedding Wednesday. In
. Adopts New Hymnal .tat. Prl.ce I a...'. basilica of St Mary
Cartds of Bourbon P a r m a, MajorIrene's.
were often a secret bossy. mother, Queen J\iU
PITTSBURGH (UPI) The The hymnal, edited h\ ''III' moon today, away from UM ana, celebrated her 55th birth
general conference of the Methodist Rev Carlton R. Young of /N", I hectic atmosphere that t u r- day today with quiet ceremonies .
Church has adopted a vllle. Tenn calls attention In rounded their controversial scheduled at Soestdijk Palace
new hymnal the first such revision six basic areas of concern '11 wedding
by the church's supreme chiding more prominent 11 ill, tI The couple slipped quietly out
law-making body since IMS lion to Wesleyan hymns mcl of their hotel Wednesday night
Adoption of the hymnal was continuing and generous spa, < after a noisy reception and left
regarded as the first significant to ao-called "gospel" hyms by car for an vndiaclosed destination
action of the conference, which A spokesman for the confi .
also will take up during its two- ence said there wa little The reception was a virtual
week session here such controversial chance the Issue of the church, political rally for the Carliit
Issues ai segregation Central (Negro) Jurisdiction Spaniards who support the
within the church. would come up for debate claim of Prince Carlos' father
Delegates at the conference today. Prince Xavier, to the vacant
held In the Civic Arena, were The Central Jurisdiction has Spanish throne.
I near unanimous in approvingthe a membership 373,000, III Ne It war this involvement In
hymnal as It was presented trod., and is non-lOeraphkal) the dispute over the Spanish
from committee In a 271 page The other five Jurisdictions within succession that caused Irene's
report the 10-miIlion member U. family and the rest of Eu
nomination are determined geographically rope's reigning royalty to
Lseanrn. P4
The commission on Interjuris
l
dlctlonsl relations, which has
studied the problem of racial ONLY CLARK STONE
segregation within the church 4 p
for the pat four years, submitted .
Jewelry Dept SPECIALSur.AWAYS this proposal to the 900 delegates .
attending the conference e
'i'i D61T.ACCOUNTS :
Realignment of the annual n'- bat pledged to expose the affairs of
conferences In the Central Jur ..... the Circuit Court Clerk's. office ta

Isdictlon so each falls exclusively STEALING A PEEK AT HIS SPEECH Too HM public

within the boundaries of one -iiij lea HiD Grlrfla About to T.... Stat-
of the regional jurisdictions; : :
-
Merger of these realigned
annual conferences Into the regional GOVERNOR
CANDIDATE SPEAKS HERE
they lie jurisdictions; in which Scott Kelly AI Winter Hove) Rally foalimSTATE

-And of all the
merger an
.. .
nual conferences in the respec I
live! jurisdictions
DIAMONDS AT

TERRIFIC SAVINGS! Newly Hatched x


/-Ct. Diamond Solitaire Crane May Ir'I.

i..>* il....d MIIUM jAsaHM Face '
M Ml ...Nt 4V/ SurgeryWASHINGTON it '
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newly hatched whooping crane
% Diamond Bridal Set
chick may undergo surgery to
run H-ot ...... MI i. correct a defective leg. itWry +
Ilevant. MNN, AQOO41M
.M Lid / 0 The chick was one of two of
the rare whopping crane eggs
hatched by a bantam heq) wth-
/ Ct Diamond Bridal Set .
.
in the last five days at the Interior -
rm. ...0.. "i.MirfMI Department's wildlife n i 44
ta MMtM4t w.._-138? Rsaearch Station at Lafayette, 4as
For dedication to
M lid 1 your nt.rts.

La.Both birds were hatched / .
2-Ct. Diamond Solitaire .prematurely and only one aur- ;- .ei
vlved. But officials said rt tI ELECTCLARK
tt-OI. U4M1 "|MM4WlUIrt ,
Wednesday they were considering
III HMH 99? "i
IT cyan.MNAN.N
|,.... X-raylng the leg Joint of v
the surviving chick to see If I-
the defect be corrected
can STONECLERK
1 1-Ct. Diamond Bridal Set through surgery or extraction. r

'oil ci..M. ru&
_'10 wNM MN.Lt' 197?
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Time For.a C CIRCUIT COURT

G.E. ALARM CLOCK, r ,'t
I'l CANDIDATE HANDS OUT HIS OWN PUBLICITY

.Iee.t..a-Ira e Mral iMrtrh/ tt 1.0/1 SMtlfM' 2" n:" j .I Eloy Delgodo Has His Own N.wspep.rDenison t1.. ,., AJ.I


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ASSORTED PENDANTS PTA
ATTORNEY GIVING AN
INTERVIEW
CYMuly/a plMl", ant,."..1.......dpiM.ntrvlYa Glen Dirty, Mrs Ruth Ward of below Paper Meets TonightThe For more instructional time
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Denison PTA will hold
Mr. Its final meeting! of the
MM Equal Taxation year in classrooms
Hospital News .
KITCHEN CLOCKRtHMClMiiMM for AU! tonight at T:30 in the school

r_ ....... ....... auditorium.New .
r: ELECTRalph WEDNESDAY'S Davenport officers will be elected
..A., ADMISSIONS Mrs Floyd Locke, Mrs. and the annual reports will be
Winter Ilaven Mary I. Nfcoolla. made
(mmisio RADIO J. Rossi Bern Harrell, Mrs Donald WEDNESDAY'S
Koehler, Mrs. Jamea Keller, DISMISSALS SCOTCH SURGE;

51.Ir.Nl.w..d. fit* Mtlnr. ..nrrilH MM.tMt t"MM < TAX ASSESSOR Mrs Rosa Griffon Mrs O. B. Winter Haven NEW YORK UPI) Imports -
N.N, M4WIM-trtri tntw(Ml,MT.i fl SWATCHES Chance, Mrs Dennis J May, Master Sten Anderson, Mrs of Scotch whiskey Into
C Pull tin/ .n Job Edward Turley, Mrs Thomas William E. Baigett, Miss Janice the United States! this year will
S /llmin.t.ri..nl ft System Prevatte. Mrs Charles Willli. Butler, Mrs E. T Daniels. top 11 million cases for the first
e Will fight' U hoop Auburadale Phalas Shipmsn, Baby Timothy time, an official of Schenley Imports -
DRASTICALLY REDUCEDMEN'S H....**.... li .m. l.n Mrs Flossie Phelps, JamesA TUImaa, Lionel E. Tie Co. laid recently at the i
e A men that hoop Pynes, Harland E Smith, dale unveiling of a commercial exhibit -
hit premlMt Mrs Jeanette Johnson. Aobvadale by John Dewar & Bon,
Ltd., here. The estimated total
WaverlyMrs Mrs Julia I. Coker, Mrs.
for 1953 war 104 million caaea.
AUTOWINDWALTHAM. Yuriko Henry James Harper, Mrs. Curtis

-- Lawrence, Mrs Mary E.

GRUEN. White Clarence Williams. AN VM ....,/*/ vbfc rijtM ,
; 1I .t flat lee City __ YOU hove hoe. obli te

ELGiN Mrs Loyd Robinsoni and Infant __....., I......... .Nt
..'. daughter, Ronald Robinson.
.
11.1- ... dose Pet day will 4. fw
.,:;,",\ / 900e M..el'"I ......
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HOLLYWOOD (UPI) DIrector CONTACT-
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..1.r wanWNNULN Raoul Walsh has cut a
LId Navajo Indian John Shonlneyof Financial Planning
New Mexico for the role of
'White Cloud" In "A Distant H. A. lini a ASSOCIATES
29': ..
Trumpet P. O. |.. 171, wire H-
Troy Donohue and Susanne '........ 191..... Our Children Need .
Plrshette co-star In the movie.
Lidlcs'lMtreii Watch

-IMM',.,,-......... S4In .........red
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NN-IN l WMM *rwlNr J .: LlwW 1700 ANNUAL SPRINGCLEARANCE BILL READToo


Men's ft Boys' Watches 1

.- Nt1. h..twsowswrUwrr.. "fBII much of oar teacher valuable) time Is spent handling unnecessary -
HAMMOND ORGANS
1 w sow, s.w..N. forma reports and other paperwork. This leaves teachers with too

"lri e.eIa," Model W. $7UOO New SUI.H little) instructional time for oar children.
LADIES' Ho.m... Chad OI... W., 107100 NOT 4tlOtMMM

14-DIAMOND IAN t>Ut . WM 1040.00 Nw Itl." BILL READ will increase the amount instructional Unto our chll.
Ml M-IM Sp4M . W. I4JOOO N142IMUtIN
WATCH dreg receive by reducing unnecessary teacher paperwork.
LMiM' 4. a.m..ru..w.n Md.l A w... ......" . Imo 1.1eI .
...... At Morrison's FREE Medal c..J whb spe.5.r ..... ....... ftl.H And, BILL READ will effectively servo all of Polk County, not u a
EXTRA ( Ass i; par pochtbock! labs i a C PLATE ..... A.IM ...........nr| git.. $x UI.. 121.... politician, but as a respected, Impartial school administrator

SPECIAU .' deserved ret You pick what pleas,: Too,. TW M.w IVIItTT Oit AM> . . fnm 1611.0.
you W only for what you rjet Awt you Dills n alai sadw USED ORGANS AI Moan Vote for BILL READ, Superintendent of Public Instruction.

I-DIAMOND LADIES" pet gtnvous, heaping portions. Cvra to SpicU w pawn pUM tMf Kt Wt hiv MANY *J .1e..I.i [ .,.... *. .!.... f.... ii

WATCH YOU can injoy lunch or dJnrar at Mor- SPECIALSTEAK LOW tOW fit ICES Lower, C*>... Allis, This,... et'.

rison's for less than 100. It's not REVERIERATION UNITS
.
NIGHTS
Lsdl. 5 Dlaw .d
GPtt .. AM te uy .et ..... 1".10 plan "Ld.II.M.NEW NGfl
w.........Ilel.d ,.a e e s surprfalngl Bteaiui uaslbtiprkn are Sat. & Susi, Nights Owr Children >
W 1M.., whll. r ... of the tic sroI.i.ll9 and UnD PIANOS
&:.... b{.11 sass 110P-LIst. 7700 bill diffiriatit at Wt !>.*. M.*f.l 1pii.le i l I le sew I,1.! ..., MUM!.*. ..4
S.bb4 ends I. d1te; .. ..., ........1.....) awel "r._ em BILL READ
....'. I 1.M1et' 1 TW WMdMtLMIM t.IarriA'L"m .r.il.kt. t..w H$9 lit!
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kf Mother's DaySPECIAL PANTS 29
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KNow PUBIIIMAKK
Plain, plowLADIES' ?.
MIS.CAIITON
Ladies' CREME
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NYLON SEAMLESSNOSE COLD WAVE SKIRT 29Plain HEINZMild

I "Complato with Haircut and Styling" Flavor
ploaia
GIFT AVAILABLE CERTIFICATE SWEET PICKLES

Carlton Southeast Beauty One Hour Martinizing
25-01.
2 Pairs CY3.UJtWILD Salon; Cleaners JAR 39C


BIRD MEN'S Van Heusen
SHORT SLEEVE

Rhtinaaertregister FEEDWith "CANVASCASUALS DRESS SHIRTS

S S White, Solids
,6 Sun Flower Seed Stripes
'\ Snap Tab CollarButton

Thursday, Friday, Saturday Down CollarPlain $425
forETIENNE ',5 US, Sc 44jiHarrell's Canvas Top with Collar FROM
AIGNER \ \ Soft Rubber Bottom $244

Straw Handbag .
\ FIDe Ctothtt
tl<95 Vriue Wi 1so For

aver a ? w t::.... Garden.Center .t. JET SHOESregtater'Fhureday' f\pe ..MM bye* .
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FOR THE BEST }*E O* Friday, Saturday cL Remember'MOTIiER'S
rnvfT5 ,
Welcome .j
: T HAIRCUT IN TOWN e471 Sunshine Casuals DAY

5 Barbers to serve you with Ladies
u little waiting as possible. Wo maws It at easy I II tor a Rings & Watches
ai possible for I
610 Cay Artney
'IT'$ CLIPPED RIGHT EVERY TIME" you to get the 1 CYRESs GARDENSmoney
you need.4 ROADSUN Dress 25 o
off'

SOUTHSIDE BARBEpSHOP to be given away free

FINANCE Nothing lo buy N(< Mcotiarjr UU > FREEMAN JEWELERS
> be present lo win.

OLD MARKET ''IAN1DOUBLE WATCHthe

LOAD .
CHARCOALBRIQUETS You'll enjoy Bankingin OPENING of
20-LB. WASH Winter Haven't First.
H CAFETERIA
SUBURBANBANK. .,' D

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p. TwtWe WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEVSCHWlNTtR HAVEN. FLORIDA Thursday April 30, 1964

WASHINGTON (UPI) the VOTE FOR
Sante Fe Club
ELECT Senate Wednesday approved
President Johnson's nomination IMPk1NCoenry
t of Dr Covey T Oliver to be
Plans Picnic ambassador to Colombia and ComMlulenlr,
Taylor G; Belcher to be ambassador Dfctrict 1
f to Cyprus ._. ,

The Santa Ft Booster Club :
will ipoMor an olMeehiooed
family picnic Sunday on the RE-ELECT
.
croundi of the Santa Fe High
School Mar Lakela d.
The program start at noon,
Shelley
with families brinstog their
own picnic luneb. Soft drinks-

QUILLIAN S. YANCEY will There be available.will be a aoftbaU : BOONE

game between the Boostersand t ,
students at 130. Basketball
horseshoes and other Superintendentof
STATE SENATOR camel will be enjoyed ,

... .... throughout the afternoon.
Nr Its..t. folk C T M4i Qilllloa Yovcey.MM 1' '

.-* *!*. BIG| HEARTFOR AEC Conducts Public Instruction

SMALL PEOPLE Nuclear Test r4 THANK YOU. Winter Haven

Elect QUILLIAN S. YANCEY WASHINGTON (UPI) The pre I
Atomic Energy CommissionAEC for lit privilege of btlne yew neighbor and for having
Your STATE SENATOR ( ) conducted a low yield ..,...eI .i lupervitlno; principal of the Winttr Haven ichooli

nuclear Nevada test test Wednesday site. The at AEC its .. for ..u, rtandthlp, caaparatie and enthuiloim far ,...4Ich..l.
_
on May 5th rates a low :yield blast at ODe . for tha wholehearted luppert of dedicated prlnclpali l-
I ,eI. ,.1. AS.,. of equal dynamite.to less than 20,000 tons teachen, and ether school periennel.



WE MUST THANK YOU. Winter Haven


i for the things we've done tegether to benefit our children

Prenventory aipaniian of Bile! and naw agrlcultvra ule at Winter
Haven High School ap.ne, .f shower and beer ftclll-
tat! anJ. a sew parting area .. Winter Haven High new
Elbert Elementary School claiiroom addltlan to Wahneta
School claiiroom addition to Corner School new
Thursday Thursday Weitwood Junior High School door.. wing and lunch-
Friday SALE Friday tt ream at Jawitt Primary Schaal.

& & w

Saturday Saturday When I Think of These
ONLY ONLY

EXPANDING FACILITIESwhich


"I j 0 oars C;, 93pp 1TLK- have resulted I. greatly' Impraved' Initrvctio, far ewe

) > .;.I\fc 1 children, I leek forward f. a united effort ,. provide'
\o.\\fc." f) ictenco and, !builneii ,,
e" education room for Winter Haven High
\Ct v.\ Pair # _. together with a driving range for driver oducatien, can.itruct .
band and choral ream at Jewett High Schael pro.
5aP vide iclence and muila room additien .. Waitwaed Junior
f
who High canitruct new Jewett Elementery School con.itruct .
i new Fruitland Park School provide a new hitch. at
Suet To 10 a I Lake Alfred Scheal lunchroom and a claiiroom additian to
VAIUEStof Lake Alfred Elementary School
GUARANTEED VALUES
14.95s2 WESTWOOD WARRIOR BAND-Two groups of the Weitwood Junior High Band '
will be heard In a concert tomorrow night at Lake Silver Amphitheater beginning at I I 'RE.EIItGT* I
_JU K._ 'clock. At top, ninth grade who will be making their l last poblle appearance witb.the '
band from left, front row Merle Steinmeri Tony Oeknes, Pete G.bhardt, and Martha f' SHELLEY BOONE
i Educe; back tow, Steve Vines, Fred Purcell, Ann Cox Morrtil! White, John I Ker'amidii, ,
VALUABLE COUPON and Gray Truehart.. Below the flute section, front row, Anita Hughes, Pat Bradley, Mary School Superintendent '
Duncenion and Lena Johns; back row, Jeff Beasley, Ann Co, I Kathy Anderson, end
Morris Whit. I .... :'fI 1!.": W: :I'.I.' ;; '" !11

Worth TWO DOLLARS on Any Pair of 37 Per Cent Of State's ""'"

* * * *
Women's Shoes $6.97 or up
Citrus Trees
Not
Bearing Second In A SeriesMONROE ;
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED IRANDS Tne latest inventory of commercial i
one to four years of age,
VALUES TO $21.00 citrus trees in Florid. A large portion of these
is compiled by the "Florida i
trees are a result of the 1962 BRANNEN'SRecord if
Crop and Livestock Reporting 1
1I
Service, shows that more than freeze which reduced the
2 Pre Bonus surface of trees
Inventory Spedelffiffii4f G9f, 37 per cent of the State'a ".S bearing many f
-' nllllon commercial citrus to the non-bearing classifica On i
'Lii' :Tttt are now rntlmatMt, ho tion.Only
Inventory I a the non.bearing category of one-third of all bearIng *
trees are now more than
-tlttf 24 years old. The distribution ECONOMY & EFFICIENCY
of total trees by all age groups J J
WOMEN'S DUTY SHOES indicate that only 20.7 per cent
r.INGSWOOD of commercial citrus trees I
have bearing equivalent of 29 As '
or more year This la a reduction
Attention NURSES, WAITRESS, CITRUS WORKERS by 37 per cent from
the 15.9 million trees prior to I
IPROTT. JR.STfATE the 1962 freete. YOUR SHERIFF
SLIP-ON WEDGIES Since 1962 there has been a
AND OXFORDS $$97 Jon of 13 million bearing citrus .
REPRESENTATIVE tree. This represents a
Suction cup non-.lip crepe soles, et decline of 17 per cent In the .
Yes, the record speaks for itself in and In ,
deep cushion Innertolas, 91 l o v e umber of bearing age trees. economy efficiency
leather the operation of the Polk County sheriff's office, Monroe Brannen has lived
uppers I
ONLY up to his pledge\ mode four years ago when he was elected Sheriff by a large

Keep the man who mojorlty! I

-Women's- Monroe Bronnen's businesslike operation of the Sheriff's office has
SANDALSMen's- has performed for you resulted In cutting the cost per case handled and this despite the fremtndouS -
ALL LEATHER Increase in population in Polk County and) a corresponding 'increase
+,, MADI INITALY UPPERS And Whose Record PROVES IT! in the work load.

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And Monroe Brannen has proved that he is best qualified by ability
and experience to provide the people of Polk County with better low enforce*
"'en, .Fair. Impartial. Efficient Law Enforcement!
S29 1'
I .tt
I Yes, Monroe Bronnen's record speaks for itself in economy Inefficient
2 j | yrjjrriMnmg; ) 1mlMg: V'lr.lf'IiMiUI$2: handling of all cases and a devotion ta duty that has resultedin

I a greater percentage of criminals being brought te justice than ever before
VALUABLE COUPON I in the history of Polk County the kind of Lew Enforcement Polk '
County Is entitled to receiver

Worth TWO DOLLARS on Purchase of

Any Pair of Men's Dress Shoes let's Keep For Continued Efficiency,

From $3.97 Economy and effective law
up
MONROEBRANNEN I enforcement, I will .,. ,
MOST WIDELY ACCEPTED RAND OP i
Your Vote end* l
MEN'S SHOES IN THI NATION predate

VALUES TO SIMS Support May 5th. ,

l uIoIUIoIUIOILWL.tIUIiL..wIPr. BonusJET lS2 SincerityTftatiAoL'
; : Inventory Sped.LllulOlo.\I.k.Wi.WiJt1.: ib)! SHERIFF

Southeast Plan KeepALDINE ibtannw.

840 Cyp'." Gardens Rd.SHOES. Sheriff

: COMBEE "BRANNEN Is BEST For SHERIFF"

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. I

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h ;'I' Mather's Exclusive May GUARANTEED SAVINGS



TO-YOU SIMPLY MEANS:


Guaranteed Savings-To-You on I Idenrknl Mtrchon***


Mather Will NOT Be Undersold

i ON FAMOUS BRAND
BY ANYONE e ANY WHERE

I V'I V a ues HOME FURNISHINGS! elNANYCITYe UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES


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'" "' '''''''''''' -" "' ;$''' ''"
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y k Double Sleeper o o wee N

made esly /ySIMMONS

HIDE-A-BED ( ) .

Exactly Ai $ I ,h. aree test Neme R *
IllustratedNot 197 is llMA Y ,

NOW
i '

__ !. I, .. ... : ... A Modern Style ,
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I black LIMIT ban' OF BASS-R. C Sh.lton' and gwidion, Delbert, display a limit string of I ., ( Illustrated. >.) ., NOW '''''#' i'y ..' amison .
they caught in a local lake, The two anglers were Costing with purple plastic '
worms Nat Adv. CALWDELL T'' .
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the local area this past week 4-Pc. French Prov'c'l Bedroom Ensemble l -

I On The Outside tic Bass good worms, have mostly(been The on Ole purple hitting Jim'.I I.ptas very the BEAUTIFUL L "SOFA SLEEPERS THAT LOOK LIKE SOFAS"

.. MIL CNImIn best bet). and Mlrr-O-Lurts. ) ANTIQUE
ice" U) WHITE Ilifr
- ---- Bream and shellcrackert are WITH
.. hitting on worm and crickets .
A Missouri fish and Indiana entered a largemounlh black CHERRY
and most all angler are bringing II
angler hal edged outs Colorado ball weighing nine pounds, "'
In limit string*, with some ,, TOPS y ,
catch In the western division three ounces, which he caught .
running large The fishing report
of the U S. Open Black Bass out of Bull Shoals Lake near -
is at followsLAKE :
Championship, which la twine Gainesville, Mo.
conducted by the Winter Haven A bass caught by EarneatWerkmelster Quality
(Fla.) Chamber of Commerce, Longmont,
Scott Teal of Indianapolis Colo., had led the western dirt- SHIP BOAT BASIN Supreme \ 1
son with a nine-pounder until BOTEL LAKE SHIPP ........ j." ...
the Missouri entry was r.- The picture that Is inserted '
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ElECf ls of Bill Chestnut Fishing Ed.
ceived. The division Include all
INCLUDES e 9-Drawer Triple Dresser a Plate Glass DreuerMirror j
states west of the Mississippi (itor, holding a two pound, one ,..
River. ounce shellcracker which was S.Drawer Chest C Full Sue Chair' -lack lad 1 lID MIIN' STATIONARY MONT' MAIL DIllON
INGSWOODIPROTTj Werkmelster'a catch made caught by George Argetslnger j ''I 'CtmIW e lee ..' wY se lease Mti Ma
out of Boyd Lake had tied the THE NATION'S FINEST Tin u.b, w ,!l M MitM., q e.h MmltwM. =Wt
Colorado record. +e QUALITY CONSTRUCTION! .... IMItfN s...,.... r"I .....WeeW. .1 lIMy ...

Teal twin caught spinner his lunker and It on took awhile tiMiln nil Valve lMl4e. .ri OCampere ..- S246 L... -..... J........It*ew.M*....(.*.(.. .M.........4 ......*. p0 tXnr8Pc.
JR .. Ile MM Ref Mewl 5.Yree """"" .seen reM \\lie
; all minute to land on 15-pound at fwC.l1.Ir.ry Day l Ml llMfKM ..*. tilt.Mlr. | Nil Ml MM** sew..
test line It waa weighed by Will. rite Stem YOUtl SAVE a* MATHII peal AupY
STATS lam S, Fisher at Thunder Bay 5. J1fl
Resort, Isabella Mo '
EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED ABOVE
\
Now will Solid Maple ? I
the subject
we get on
of the fishing _picture la ,. 'I 1t Jamison Full Siva

For TIME, dTEMPERATURE .b Bunk Bed AMDBedding Bed
Hideaway
1'18 -
DI'IL
H86
) Group Click. *f D...../e, C.IM, I
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!,UCHA .GI.NAt'' -NAL f.I"t; ...".It, Mm( .O'.t. :- ? I MAkES REAL NICE TWIN BEDS 1...,_,_,_ ([ I MODERN STYLI $147

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LET'S ) NOW $88 v .


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while trolling with a plastic
KEEP worm in Lake McCloud George 8 PC. SOLID OAK v -N"tl-ny A-tftlw- r
weighed his catch In at Lake
Shipp,Boat owner Basin of the and basin Don Robinson hid Bunk Bed AND _t'** ? JAMISON _

this huge shellcracker on die-
"LES"DUNSON for a couple of days Francis -
play
Bedding Group ,1\\ '00%
Bran tlter, manager of the FOAM (IN.tAC.H'V1.)
basin said that hardly anyone __11 ,* FOAM CUSHIONID (Net He4f" Deck Jpri.ot)
would beleve that It weighedtwo COMPAKIANYWHIRII
this pound writer,one have ounce his so picture would $QP7 10-Pc. Double Duty Living Room Group

made with it to verify! the actual UiI
die So you the public d*. No COMPARE
CommissionerDISTRICT clde which U the writer and E"ii fe DOUBLE BED
County whkb 1* the shellcracker NOW -
Where You Buy Is 'Ola k SLEEPING
But-James A. Wright one \ tI
3 weighing, nine Basamaster pounds, 15 Hershel ounces. Very Important! ,. $ SH COMFORT
L&S
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Let's GO with "LES"To Ole Hears. Jim', six Purple up 'to Worm five pounds; Sammy Shop Elsewhere I 4 7 S5Pr'An: Extra Bedroom

Butler, limit vp to eight of a Rip 0/ the Wtlst"
.
Continue the Proven Recordof pounds Bentliff, Jim, limit* Monster up to; Charlie sevenpounds Then Compare At '' GROUP meuiDBi

two ounces, Mlrr-O- !, Full Site Double! Duty Sole led Large Lewnfe Chair rVmlc Top
Good Progress Lure Jfcfoeri '* jl556a BREAM-Mr. and Mrs James Choice of Decorator Colors J Decorator Teti P.llowt OUTSTANDING VALUE)
And Good GovernmentFor Class caught their limit on
two or three trip out; Robert SOLID HARDWOODSIN
the Good of Polk County foreland, IS; Doa Brown and CHOICI W.U*. era
ton, TO; Sam Bodine. IS; William '
5. M.ke.
M y a.y I
Morris, IS ,
Let's Re-Elect ; j Stephan
35 An the above bream catches 4-fC. MODERN
were made while flatting with I I
L W. "LES" DUNSONCOUNTY cricket Bedroom
$9 7
COMMISSIONER DIn 3 Suite NOW '
(Far other flak article see
/1.1.. tyf.LC.-M;te,, *../.. .f L W. ..LA.' 0..._ Nge u) IN "' OTHft liD 100M {

NN SUITES FROM . $86 ;

NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCELETS SOLID WALNUT! I

S ,1. Dining I Room SuiteNOW .

KEEP :L. COMPARE I
INClUOIIi7Pc.

JAMES L. RODEN 6-Pc. Twin I t :. e W.I.... ........ MI. ANYWHIH
e 4 {W. c..".

TAX ASSESSOR ., .5 Hollywood Bed t e w 41.1..1.......Itf./. T., .ltll $156 _

The Wy ee*Jd r. with *!.* bewWte _,14_ SSd.e .,." Duo
12 few extewlPreve exp l laaBBBeV + r
...l.l.rr thr. eAlBtyHo Ensemble
-U Preflwuv MATHER & FURNITURE
o *r, IffiOwt
C 1IMIene41!k-r H...*,*,..........CWimn > COMPARE
C rA Cexty reddest 2S i. MPATWWAI
fterUai Stan *>*..*. II******* Of Winter JUyen, Inc.
AsMcMtI of A..a.t Oflkm $
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FOa 2 INNERSPRINGMATTRESSES

IMPARTIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR ALL 9 II .
FAIR AND _
2 lOX SPRINGS r
ELECT S i
2 SETS Of lED LEGSNOW :., Ilw. 'I
JAMES L BONED: TAX ASSESSOR M.. lies

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Coors, Auburn Blue Devils

Sherry Hoeing Play ShowdownGAINESVILLE Top


Row In Detroit Asfbon-Ftorlda baseball- The aeries final Lakeland Face
: of lilt, the one having the
I most influence on the SEC ,
Eastern race each year. starts

: Bullpen Lineup tomorrow Every season in Gainesville this final two At 4 l Robinson HereBy

woo game wins series the either conference's determines f t l;""

Eastern: section or knocks BOB tUVILANDSporte
By FRED DOWNS one or both teams out of tile ffliHter
UPI Sporti Writer race. This year it's the same Tile Winter Haven! ] Blue DwU baaeIIeU team worked over
Larry Sherry has tamed back the clock five years to give old story! the Lakeland DreadoaugaU at Henley Field in Lakeland yea-
the Detroit the relief they feel win make terday ID
Tigers pitcher
lockup: If either team loees bot'hlIalllft IIreparataoa for tomorrow'a titJe4eeIdin contest with
them an American League pennant contender. the obWooltDi&bta.
It will be virtually
The Loa Angeles Dodders' World Series pitching here of The locals:
eliminated A apttt benefits Au. grabbed a 5-4 victory on the outstanding pitch-
1959-be finished all four games which the Dodgers won from tog job of sophomore
Barry
burn since both clubs would Bennett and earn the Western
the Chicago White Sox-wat acquired by the Tigers In an Inter
then have only two games re Conference crown if they top the Knights. Tha game will beplayed
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At the time it was pure tpeculation : half-game edge going Into this at Denlson Field In the fifth Inning, Del
by Detroit General points behind the first-place aeries. If the Devils should lose, Reese singled and then scoredon
Manager Jim Campbell but Cleveland Indians. Coach Paul Nix's Tigers are they will tie Tampa Hills- a triple by Bill Silvey
now it loots like pure genlui The Baltimore Orioles raWed 10-4 In the SEC:, while Dave borough for league honors In the sixth, Anderson
Although never able to re to down the Boston Red Sox, Fuller's Gators are 8-4, being The Terriers have completedtheir walked, took second on an
lieve dependably for the Dodger 4.2. and the Los Angeles Angels unable to play one Georgia regular ,season posting error on the first baseman,
following his 59 aeries he- defeated the Washington Sena- Tech game due to rain. .r a 5-J mark. Going Into the third on a wild pitch, and
mica, Sherry has delivered for ton, t-l, in the other AL Auburn brings In several! of Robinson makeup tilt, Winter came home on a perfect sacrifice
the Tigers In sensational atyle games Cleveland at Minnesotaand the top hitters In the league Haven Is 5-2 They can do no bunt by Bennett
He'i relieved in four garnet Chicago at New York were and the SEC's leading hurler less than tie for the championship. Lakeland got one run In the
and In a total of 10 2.3 Innings rained out. in Jimmy Crysal a lefty who fifth and three In the sixth
allowed just one solitary hit and In the National League, San halted the Gators In Auburn Coach Jim Whitney said he W. Haven 012 Oil 0-8 I 4
not a single run. Francisco beat Chicago, 4-0, St with a nifty three- hitter was very pleased at the playof Lakeland 000 013 0-4 64
Louis edged out New York 41, Florida's leading hitter Is the Blue Devils, except for

Sherry did a two-Inning Milwaukee nipped Pittsburgh first baseman Tom Shannon ._ _._ ... .... ... one position, and thought WORTH Tex UPI
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Angeles Angels on April 17, Houston ".2. while his SEC batting average DOWN THE FAIRWAY-Terry Akin of Sabring left, Dot Thomas of Lake Region on the mound. It was the first Golfing greats Lloyd Mangrumand
hung three goose eggs on the Jackie Brandt's two-run seventh Is .326. and Martha Jackson of Lakeland, stand in quiet repose at Libby King of Winter Haven start for the sophomore considered Jimmy Demaret will serve
Angels on April 21, and didn't .Inning double oft relief ace Friday's single game beginsat prepares to knock the ball down the fairway. The photo was mapped at the Lake Region to be one of the finest ai announcerh when the final
permit a hit in 1 2-S innings Dick Radati gave Wes Stock In the two rounds of the Colonial Invitational
3 p.m., with Saturday's due Womeni Golf Association Invitational played at Lake Region Tuesday. prospects county and
against the Minnesota Twins on his second win of the season to get underway at I p.m. conference. Bennett struck golf tournament are
: April 25 He came through for the Orioles A crowd of only of out eight yesterday.The televised nationally (by Sports
crowds 2500
t Wednesday night with four-. saw Dick Stuart drive In Capacity some Network Inc )I. May 8-10.
I a 1,199 to 3000 are expected each day, Kentucky Derby locals got off to an
Blasts From Tee
hit with sacrifice fly to lift Arnie
Inning one performance and a run a Just as there Is every time Au early start before the 'Naughts
came off with his second vie. his legue.leading total to 13 forth burn and Florida meet In list Slops At 14 fought back to a near tie In
tory of the season when Don year Dave Morehead auf baseball the fifth and sixth Innings.
Demeter' IOth-Unning homer fered his second straight setback LOUISVILLE Ky. (UPI)-- In the second frame, Dell
gave the Tigers a 5 4 triumph for the Red Sox. As Veaas Meet Opens The entry box for Saturday's was safe on first on an error,
Rookie JJob Lee pitched one- running of the $125,000 added went to second on a flelder'a
Demeter acquired In the deal bit ball for seven Innings to win Major League Kentucky Derby closed today choice, and scored on RlctAnderaon'
that sent pitcher Jim Bunnlng his first game behind an Angel LAS VEGAS N... (UPI) And naturally, my Puttlnllsn'tII and 14 horses ranging from favored single
to the Philadelphia Phillies Hill Rise to half dozen
defense that included three dou Palmer and Jack Nick should be." a
Arnold good as it In the third, Bennett walked
went Into the hittlrig 1(2 30 to 1 expected to
game ble plays, Tom Satrlano had shots were
lau, golf's golden boys, were and came all the way In to
His homer enabled the be named
for the tOth
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three singles In three at bate Every the bookies look running
StandingsBy favorites to way
Installed as co score on a double by Bobby
move Into a second-place tie and Joe Koppe connected for a the West's answer to at It and the players, too of the racing classic. Downs. Downs took third
capture on
with the Twins The others scheduled to be
{ ST percentage key triple for the Angels United Press International the Masters-the 165.000 Tournament they turn to Palmer and Nick entered ware Windflelds the throw home and raced
laus and about exclude
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FRED DOWN Willie Mays wacked out Milwaukee a I CIS 1H Club course Wednesday In a er year contingent every men here in the had 28-play to wina worth'a The Scoundrel with BE IN "EARNESr WITH YOUR VOTE
UPI Writer a. 571 2 practice round were listed as Manny Teresa, Harbor View
Sports three more hits to raise his St Louis tournament to qualify for this
JVi 1 after< Nicklaus went Farm'a Roman Brother with ELECT ;
The game In which Tony average to .488 as the San PittsburghCincinnati 7'.531 2V* event.
.
Clonlnger missed no hit fame Francisco Giants downed the 6 1 .500 J around in six under par 66 others with solid Wayne Chambers Roy Sturgta
may be the one in which theMilwaukee Chicago Cuba, 44 The Los Houston 6 1 .400 4Vk and Palmer. a 68 In the final The the legal bookie places backingin are Mr. Brick with tamael V lenxuela EARNEST D. j
Braves fin a::y real- Angeles Dodgers defeated the Los Angeles 6 I 400 4H tune up. Cecil Car mine's Dandy "BUD"t
But what Impressed the book. Billy Casper at 7-1; Tony K with Mickey Solomon., andTumblewood '
I lied a $100,000 Investment. Houston Colts, 7-2, and the St Chicago 4 7 364 4Vi ; that Palmer Lema, 1-1; and Gary Player ,'. j t
the fact Slabl lakoodah
I The Braves have been waitIng Louis Cardinals belt the New New York 2 10 .101 7 lea was and National Open champion
for the 23 year old Clou- York Meta, 4-3, in 11 Innings In Wednesday's Results was out driving hole Nicklauson and Julius Boros at 101. with Also Ronnie Earl Baldwin.W. Davis' ExtraSwell u1 FOR
inger to coma through ever other NL Philadelphia San Francisco 4 Chicago 0 nearly every
since they signed him to a six- at Cincinnati games was rained Phila. at Ctn, night, ppd, rain straight"I'm hitting down the the middle ball real 50-1 The on others Jack range Rule, as the high..tronlyounster as F.with,Bowies'Merlin Volzke H.'. A,Cheater G.m Clerk of Circuit Court j

figure bonus contract In out. Los Angeles 7 Houston 2, night said after the who became eligible with Larry Cllllgtn Emil A. A I rtiDai MONIST,
18S8 but the lack of a good Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 0, night good, Palmer / DIDICATIO runic mviciIU
here
by capturing the St Paul Dust'a Royal Shuck with Harrell -
I have only
Hays went Ilor.1and\ round. "But played
curve ball to go with Jill, slulInf \- St Louis 4 New YorkS. 11 Ings Open. Bolln. P.1 l. Met TtACHU .- DEMOCRAT CHRISTIAN
tart bet always prevented drove In two runs to pace night .. three rounds since the Masters

Tony from achieving the goal a nine hit attack that brought Tknrtday'a Probable Pitchers,,, ;; _. .'.
set out for him. the Giants' Juan Marichal his %
at Milwaukee _
Pittsburgh/ "
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dealt veteran World Series hero eon and his ninth straight datIng San Francisco at Chicago \ :: ._-
Lew Burdette to the St. Louis back to last year Marlchaf Sanford (2.1) vs Jackson ((21). ;
Cardinals last season that Clon- struck out six and walked threeIn Los Angeles at Houston ; !:S
lager began to get a regular eight Innings before turningover (nightRichert) ((0.1)) vs Far- ) BERRYVfr'2:1 ; '
turn on the mound. And itwasn't the ninth Inning mopup rell (2-0). '
duty to Bob Shaw
until Wednesday night Philadelphia at Cincinnati
that they saw the young fire- (night) Sunning I (2-0)) vs ,,
The Dodgers scored their SUPPLYINCORPORATED ." : (
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Clonlnger allowed only one bart for 6 2-9 Innings by tallying L. Pet. GB W E
bit a clean single by Willie six runs in the last three Cleveland S 3 628 fOR
Stargell with two out In the Innings to give Nick Willhtte Minnesota 7 1.583\ .
seventh Inning aa the Braves his first win. Willy Moon Willie Detroit 7 8 583 .
scored a 1-0 victory over Davis and John Werhas had Chicago 5 4 .558 H
the Pittsburgh Pirates two hits each for the Dodgers Baltimore < I .545 V* LNE'THE
There bad been doubt while John Bateman connected New York 4 4.100 1 HEA QULE1E \
right up to the moment of the for a two run homer for the Los Angeles 6 7 .482 m
'1m.'. start that Tony would Colts. Washington 6 .8 .429 2
pitch at all. He suffered a Boston S 7 417 2
painful bruise on his left foot Kansas City S 6 .333 2*
when he fouled off a pitch ontoit Wednesday's Rtiulfci W
during batting practice, but TURF ELECTIONS Baltimore 4 Boston 2 NE
he Insisted on going to the LOUISVILLE, IC,. (UPI) Los Ang 5 Washington 1, night Of
mound. Jerry McNerney, turf editor of Detroit 5 Kansas City 4, 10 Innings
The Braves gave Cloninger the Louisville Courier Jour. night
the only run he needed In the nal, has been elected president Clev at Minnesota, ppd..rain
third Inning when Denis Menke of the National Turf Writers Chicago at New York, ppd..rain
doubled, was sacrificed to third Association He succeeds Whit. Thursday' Probable Pitchers
by Clonlnger and .cored on a ney Tower of Sports Illustrated. Detroit at Kansas City Lo-
single by Felipe Abu The vie Oscar Otla of Triangle Publications itch 2-0) vs Pena ((12)) .
tory was the Braves' fourth in was elected vice-president Cleveand at Minnesota-Ramos ,
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I to right are just a few of thi many catches the wire I she caught while trolling with a Mica-0-Lur.; C. Slipper I I th* above five batt whil. ceding with a .. I 61 bream Oave Hickman it pleased with this string .f I
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NICE CATCHES-Pictur.d from aft to right and shellcrackers which they caught out of Lake Howard string of 41 bream they caught while fishing In lake caught out of Lake Howard: Walter leliile and Malcom
some of the ?''e* catches that ware brought into Heath1 are on cnckati and worms:, Jay Cundiff shows off the eight- Mav; Frank Wireman. and son are proud of this string of Strickland hole) two bass thay caught on live bait. The
I Chain 0' Lakes Boat Basin this past WMkM Thomas, pound, 12'Ounce bait ha caught while drifting with Ol* I 70 ream they caught out of Lake Howard on crickets; I total weight of the two bass-11 pounds, four ounces, I
Dwight Hancock and H.rb McT.., display 105 bream Jim'i black worm; Jack Evaratta and ton, Brad, hold a Tony Carakwicky holds a 21-pound catfish which h* .
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HEATH'S But BOAT-BASIN Mr CHAIN and LAKE 0'Mr LAKES MAY. Lee Mr.pounds up to Taylor five Mirr pounds five. 0, Mirr.up Lure-0 to-Lure; five Mr.; James hfUcracker roe Clayton Thomas, mixed. Mr, 20*.string Russell bream of Snivel and 25;- Bast RAINBOW-LAKE D v* BOAT Hlckman ELOISE BASIN, 10 up ..a:.:.:.::..:.a:e o.:.:.i:.:-:.:-:.=-:

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eight up to four pound. Chandler, two up to five ), IS bream; Mr. and Mr
pounds, Mirr 0 Lure; Joe Lee Reel, 70; Henry Manning, worm; Chuck Fleming, two
Black six up to four pounds, 35 bream; Dr. Glover, 35 up to four pounds, eight ounc-
Ole Jima Black worm; Homer bream; James Fitzgerald, 35 ea, shiners; Floyd Wright 10
Rogers, three up to four pound, Baxter family, 50 bream; up to four pound., Ole Jim' nnnounnnc
Carman Walker three up to J. W. Moore, 35 bream; purple worm; A. D. Yonally,
INGSWOODIPROTT eight pound, Repella; Mr. Mr. Stratton, 35 bream; Jim two up to even pounds, 12
Bryant, three up to three George and Jim Toughy, 70 ounce, Ole Jim1 Hardhead
pounds Mirr-0.Lure; Don Munnert. bream, Mr. Whlddcn, 35 worm; R. L Dilley, five up
one weighing I even bream; ElUbeth Hayes, Jimmy to four pounds, Ole Jim' Plastic DDt'GMm
4R pound, top water lure. Hayes and Earl David, 105 Worm.; Bircheat Bell, four Sins been appointed
bream; Mr. and Mr. L. R. up to nine pound., 01. Jim'i
Poole, Mr*. Eda Lynn and Mr. Purple Worm..
STATE PANF1SH Virginia Karri- Othel Jordan, 140 bream, D PANFISH H. Rudolph
Ion, 35 bream; Naloml Hill\ R. llinson 35 bream; Damon bream; Harry Wall, 35 bream; Franihised Dealer for
limit bream, Mr*. Fred Arring Massey, 35 bream; Mr. and Charles Hook, 35 bream; Willie
ton. 22 ihellcracken; Mike Ar.rinton Mr. Toxic Baxtey" 70 bream; Patterson, 35 bream; Ann
21 ihellcrackeri; Mon. Mr*. John Heath, 35 bream; Patterson, 35 bream, Mr and
Mr and Mr.. E. L Yocum, Mrs. Alford, 50 bream; Bl'lHerreU :
The Only I Rotary Mower with
70 bream; Mr. and Mr. 35 bream Dortha Wilson
EXPERT AUTO .35 bream; Cecil ButteD and I I
Gene Eaion 70 bream Jack
Evarette and ion Brad, IOn and wive, 140 bream, ihell- "Wind-Tunnel" Action'
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70 bream; Don Bafnidore.35
bream Bill i Laitinger, 35 Ray, 35 bream; U F Chad- "
1 JIqc bream; J C. Walker,35 bream wick, 35 bream; John Rohn|
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-4 --4-> bream; lamp( Catrett, 35 I li, three .peck*; Neller Wll
Ham, 35 bream D. Crew, 35
Air Conditioner bream Joyce Heath, 35 bream ;
I Is Hi* Tim. to get Yew ; bream, F Crew., 35 bream;
In Tip Top Condition. FkoM Today and ihellcricken; Tony Cerek Rev R. I!. Jackson and O.
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United Motors Service Center m;:.,:; NW bream.; Mr. and Mr. Ashley. 70 Sweet lie cracker.Armstrong 10;'Bill bream,Harrell TO bream and, and,ahell-Jet-WU- Pulls// the grass up.. .

Liam Rice, 35 bream; D. L. for a more even cut!
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E. Horn, TO bream; Doug Skip.

.l This week's BIG per and D. Skipper, TO bream. \ "...

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Group 1 Democrat, Democrat, 2*. Mk GUN DARTY. (Incumbent
the Federal GovernmMt anda Business eras. from lajiallnanilre neat to nil oaadtdatea. who were asked to : ),
LAWTON CHILES. JR. (i* nat public schools Fto. Democrat Lake Wale" ,
State Government I would limit their rapUee to a minimum number of wortta.View .
cuBhaat), Democrat Lake- QUILUAN i. YANCKT, College; padtMto tfr age 4T Law degree Stetson
lad 34 Attorney it law. net vote to raactad this Democrat, ........... 41 Attorney of Republican candMatea even though unonpoaed Inthe Accountants Saaai. Univ ISIS attorney Served
QUINN: Would vote to rescind at I.w.MAIVL primary, are given In the Interact of fclroeaa and aid the
JAMES R. WEST Repubtt- life sehianhlp.1- on Fla Highway Patrol: Jos-
voter to mete his choice la the November alecMoa. Draoeraueiailaate
teal Lakeland (QueeMoMatre O. VERNON R* corporation M- the of Peace 4 years District
for each office before
net .........) have TURNER: No I think I they publican, Aufeuradale 41. ta eaeh party nan appear*. are te alaab ReetMteaa. .tteal..r.l oaaatdatettaad coat accounting pwh- 3; Stt years Chief Ase't Couflty -
merit However
Group I am Buetaeea manANSWERS NOTE: Btogrtphleal Information ineludM home city, party, ; .. Account, buatMM Solicitor under Clifton M.
not of the
RAY MAT 0 X, (Incum- completely aware TO QUESTIONS: age, education, bwineaa or profusion and other qualifications, 17 yeara to pri Kelly; abort course Proaeett-

bal). Democrat, Winter Ha. ccmplete content of the resolutions 1. Are you tatiaffed that our m that order. ; \ At aa adaM tor's School Prinking. Law

vat, W. Attorney at law. present tax structure is adequate bard Of County Commissioners and accountant fer batitute. New York I95T, 5

Q QUITMAN QUINN Democrat IUGGINTOTTOM: Since to provide expanding .. I'm conadoua years State Attorney.

Bartow, '1. Clerk County neither proposal seems des aervicea to a growing population Term 4 I ears-Salary $1M
food commodities attribution. tined to gain nppropal of legislatures ? What changes would you District 1 Placing all the officers now principles and Birtow, age 49. Ft

of two thirds of suggest? GEORGE R. BURT Democrat on the Fee System under the !) In government art Mead High School B.8 Univ

JACK L. TURNER Demo- States aa required under the GRIFFIN: I hope our present Lakeland 29 High Budget System weapon available to of Fla 1941, LLB Unlv of MI-

teat Auburndale.. age 28, Architect US Constitution to compel tax structure 1s adequate School graduate, Beltonl Mil'.iIt'ppl. JONES: The county U at a against l higher tax ami 1954; attorney ? yean

calling a convention, why Aa population grows and new Attended Delta State standstill In progreu I think practice of criminal law In

Group 3 waste the legislature's time, industries develop new tax College. Cleveland Mitmeslppl the money of Polk County F. GINN JR., Like- city circuit and Fd>'ril

DAVID B. IHGCINBOT- debating them further. sources will automatically be Stock Broker and Real could b. apent where more 43 Royston, Court appeals to District

TOM, Democrat Frostproof, SPROTT: I an net fully informed provided. In the past, public Estate Broker. Successful people could get more for High School: River- Court of Appeal and Supreme

44. Attorney at law on the purpose or Intent service demands have sometimes bunlneasman. Past President their tax dollar Academy; Unit Court of Florida; member

KINGSWOOD S PRO T T, of these resolutions but been greater than anticipated Lakeland Jaycees; One of KEGLEYI Taxes automation ( ) College of Business Nat. Au'n Detente Lawyer

JR. Democrat Lake Wale, feel at present that I would revenues and some LlktUnd'a five outstandingyoung poverty and the football accounting In Criminal Cam; attended

30. Attorney at law vote to rescind: them if given additional taxes have been men 1963 Prea, that has been made of the Jr. ; law finance business seminar New York 195' criminal

WALLACE L STOREY the opportunity to do to. neceasary I proposed eliminating : Lakeland President's RoundTable College site.MUSSO President Jun trial prictlce.

Democrat Barlow, 38, Attorney STOREY Although I disagree Homestead Exemption 32* Mason and Shriner. : Countywide toning Inc., children' Supervisor

at law.GENE with I US Supreme a* it applies only to school Cancer Crusade Chrm Lakeland diversified Industries to stores, Winter Havea Of Reglitratloa

WEST, Democrat Court decisions I believe our millage which could make Area 1963. create more pay rolls, and vocational Six years ex Term 4 Tsars

not efforts would be more meaningful possible reduced automobile J. II. (Bill) KEGLEY Democrat training I for our Roebuck't Jack-
Frostproof. (Questionnaire
J. E. (ED) HOLLY
lest fear and taxes This however Is Lakeland 39 Attended 21 and Bartow
returned.) by more per- youth )'rI. under. store; 4 years com Democrat ... Shcool
PAUL D. WELLS. Republican leadership from elected officials Asps hopelesa. Morehead State College IH PIPKIN: Air pollution, wa- administrative ar High
Warehouseman
graduate and
What would happen )if YANCEY: Baaed on present years Presently enrolled aa ter conservation: and pollution.We 14
Auburndale 37 Citrus succett
; years
clerk I believe that
writer.ANSWERS this new Court didn't suit us? information and forecasts the Law Student with LaSalle Extension need also to be more efficient ( ) Polk County shipping
grower work In all of
WELLS: 1. I would rescind Increase in revenue from present University Self studyin In our service on a my phases

TO QUESTIONS the first In order to correct tax sources if properly General Semantics Cor- countywide bads.SEDMERA I K. MILLER: warehousing, and association

1. Are you satisfied that a situation the problem must appropriated and administered res Course School of Memory : Qualified and ) Democrat, 31 Lake- with perhaps the largest groupof
unregistered .
our present lax structure It be faced head-on Circumventing should provide fully for Vocabulary training as a competent personnel on County : School; Bachelor of with the knowledge people of along

adequate to provide expandIng elected representative state services. I am not fully hobby. Locomotive Firemanand Roads Drpt Progressive "... Unlv of Wichi tome
could be detriment and dangerous satisfied with Engineer ACL RR Chrm reasons why they ire unregIstered -
services to a rowing a present tax master planning for more payrolls general contract-

population? What change to constitutional government structure and think a legislative Grievance Comm.. BLF4E.and public access to lakes ; real estate business. would make m* most
suited for of
would you suggest 1 No There it committee ahould carefully member of the Gen. and camping altet well.rounded busl- tritlonH. Supervisor Rogue

CHILES: Florida's continuing much merit in this concept. study the matter Comm of the Brotherhood WOODS: Realistic I.nd.ult experi
L, "SHORTY" PALMER
growth makes it virtuallyimpossible Court of the union could be VERNON: No a correct charged with I writing the plan expanded program for Job analysis, ,
Lakeland, Democrat, 51 Kithleea
-
to provide an adequate insurance for the preservationof tax structure would automatically agreement for all Coast Line care of adult mentally 111, bet : ", supervision High School. Studied

tax structure because sovereign rights of each provide for a growing Firemen on the Coast Line ter dlstr'bution'! of tax burden and procedures itu- Builness Admlnlstritioa and

of the Deed for capital outlayto state. population. The main faults of System. read study and program to reduction program; Public Florida
Speaking
meet the growth Wa need 3. What plan for equitable our present tax structure are: FRANCIS L. PIPKIN Democrat encourage development of leader; former Southern College and Kansas

equal and just valuation of representation In Florida's I. It creates monopolies; LIt Lakeland, 59 High new Industries : .

real property in all counties legislature do you support creates slums and slumlords school and Business College Conttoble I STRAIN Lake City Auction Colin Hive
DISTRICT owned and operated own rail
MATTOX: The Income of CHILES The present House through Inequitable I.ndvalu.UoDlj Contractor and construction '1. Lakeland
MARVIN HOWARD Democrat estate business for IS
the State ts growing and ex plan ia adequate but the ; 3. It restrict worker built first ready-mix ; graduate Unlv. ytirf.
Mulberry (Questionnaire ; Supervised iilti force of six
panding. Therefore, the present Senate should be apportionedInto economic development plant in Polk County Have major In account-
not returned) real estate uleimea, dtalt
tax structure should be 31 district based en population t. In the January 1963 Special worked In bridge and road Deputy Tax Collec
LONN1E McCLFLLAND, ; with general public and professional
The recent Increase geography, and political Session. Florida's legislature ccnstruction.
adequate County, directly re-
Democrat, highland City 3?. mea for telling, buyIng
FLOYD WOODS
(Incumbent
in taxes was made necessary affinity One house pasted two resolutions -
for supervising and
Building I I I Contractor High trading, appraising and
and extravagance should be based population which would the ), Democrat, Lakeland
by the waste on ; change structure Tangible Intan
and t listing properties.
school graduate years
In the Executive the other should weigh population of our national and state 32. Graduate Bartow High Real Estate Tix
studied law). Graduate BLANCHE M. WORK (Incumbent
College (
School B.S. degree Florida
Branch. heavily but consider governments (1. By passing .
five in vart-!
years
of several FBI Schools; ), Lakeland, Democrat
Southern College Full time
QUINN: Adequate with other factors. In amending the
possible Congress Counter InteDigenc Dept, Polk County 55 High School indBuilnen
reductions MATTOXI There have beena U.S. Constitution, 2 The Courtof County Commissioner Mln- : '! Office; Assltt- .
ored In science and U.S. Army 1 year; Civil Service College graduate; attended
TURNER: I think we are number of food plans pre- the Union which would supersede political : Unlv of Florida

overtaxed. I would suggest a sented and I have voted for the Supreme Court.) business at Florida Southern Investigator, War Dept. THORNIIILL, JR. summer sessions Unlv.
of Floridi.. hold certificate bt
study Of our total tax dollar several different proposals Would you vote to rescind and have had SVi years experience t year: Lakeland Pollct Dept? Democrat U.
Elementary Engineering
Polk Co. Sheriff
aa to where and how It it be- which would tend to have the these amendments? in office. 2 yesrs: schools, Cattle
Drawing. Unlv of Florida
District 3 Dept, Ott ,earl.
.D, spent We should help cltl- Senate elected on a fixed geographical GRIFFINl Yet Military Academy Chief Deputy la ottla of tuporvlmr >
AL H. YOUNG Democrat
,
. ten to better themselves, aiand would In YANCEYi Yea. These res.1 LE8LJE W, DUN&ON, SR., ash operator dairy ot Regtitratlon ofPliik

> thereby helping everyoneHIGGINBOTTOM. crease-the House representstlon luticns will probably not t>* l<| Haven 50 School
.
: Basically to be baaed solely on population adopted by a sufficient: number High CONSTABLE DISTRICT I Co. Served UI| appointment a* upervlaof,

our present tax structure This would correspondto of state to amend the. graduate, Citrus Grower and on Board of JAMES R. MclVER R.pub-
GODWIN Incumbent
HARRY E. ( -
is sound The channeling of expendltures the National Congrest United State Constitution Citrus Dealer I years on Winter .. !; MV- Seas Winter haven, 4?
Democrat, Fort
due to the QUINN: Land area development and I seriously question the Haven City Commission, 4 ) ai chairman of vile of Greensboro,

strength of the Pork Chop and population shouldbe wisdom in the first place. years of that as Mayor It1years school Metde,, attended 59 Attended FBI School high, oIppON4)T..Itm DOW operating; Carolina High School org

Gang, ha been lopsidely in considered VERNON: Yes, our governmental aa County Commission 2 officer Constt : office of County; UIAFI Correspondence
police ,
favor of the small counties TURNER I do not have an problems can be Polk Co.JAMES. years Polk County Citile- .i ta Accounting and Small
bin .
J. MUSSO, Democrat District 2. H years '
Fair apportionment should answer to this problem.HIGGINBOITOM solved only by the election to Business PracUcea la 1HT
R. B. "BUN" IIENDRICK,
Winter Haven, II High
cure these evils. : Equal office of good men and women General Insurance Court,
Democrat. Fort Mead. 59 Attended -
School and Business
SPROTT: I am not "..U.- representation In both homes ; those who have the graduate Sheriff University of Tampa 19W. IBlurince -
school lelfftn
and Ad mini high ,
College Business *
fled" that Government should of the legislature by representatives over.all welfare! of the people ployed cattleman and citrus na 4 Tara tiUtmaa and rial-
tratton Attended sevsral
be "expanding" its servicesto and senators chosen rather than the Interests of ; BRANNEN (In tor Served at Statlittcal Offlcfr -

the people. However, to by district of at nearly equal certain pressure groups Such short courses at Florida Southern grower experience"Becaut and I qualification have Lakeland, Demo while ta Air Force At

the extent a quantitative increase numbers of people as possible ridiculous resolutions accomplish College General Manager *: Educated public tended Air Force School which
white and Negro
both
Jamee J. Musso Co. employed:
,
of the existing service apportionment and redistricting nothing Butler, attended Included torn IBM training.
well
labor I become
have
la demanded by increasing by the State Cabinet 3. What plan for equitable Whse Beer Distributor; Prea Florida Peace HIV \had many yes expert
acquainted with fellowmanand
of James J. Musso, Inc. Land my
population. I feel the increased every ten years representation In Florida's School, Flor once la office maaagimosl

population could carry SPROTT I could supportany legislature do you favor' Developers. 30 ,re. business have acquired" a encorerespect Bureau School. and general builaeit book
for him.
its own burden under the plan reasonable designedto GRIFFIN: I could never experience Served aa city CONSTABLE DISTRICT I lIr, with Lakeland ....pln..

present tax structure make more equitible the agree that both bodies of our cimmlstioner I yean; mayor TORE Democrat ., I years Coo- Jvdqe Of
ACRE
Florida has In the Florida 1932. 19S8; former manager District 3tt .in
STOREY No. representation legislature be apportioned entirely y Jwealle. Court
Purity Ice Co. Past Prei. Lake Wsle (Questionnaire
taxed by "patchwork" methods Legislature, aa long as it was by population as this Ridge League Municipalities; net retuned). County Term 4 Years

to offset growth This consistent with economicaland would give the 4 or S most Past Director Florida Leagueof ROSCOE W. THOIMIILL. GORDON, Lake JOHN BROWN Democrat I

leads to back breaking taxation efficient operation of Government populous counties, with small Municipalities Democrat Winter Haven, 43 U. High Lakeland 39 High school I I.ndu.I.

on area of least resistance areas, too much legislative District I Occupation Deputy Sheriff Georgia i F.BL *. Grttfuite of Buil- I
The sensible change is STOREY: la 35 words, a reapportionment schools ,
U that
power It my feeling ALDINE COMBEE (incum Graduate Winter haves HighSchool pertain lees College, dudylng eoursesis I

a recognition: of outdated costly plan cannot be one of the bodies in our legislature bent, Democrat, Ltkeland, : attended FBI training duties of Builneit Admlnlitratlon,

services and a long range outlined. I favor a plan where should be bated CDpopul.Uon and office. Automobile Business Law, Accounting" ,
37 High school grad Extensive courses; patrolman
tax plan.WELLS one house allows the electionof and the other on agricultural study under assistant chief of police for I Over 21 yeara ex- Auditing, and Business Mat'agimeat I j
frameworkof of it members work
: Present a majority geography mveitlgaUvt Present occupation
veteran Chief of Police I
training
program years: years;
our taxes la more than adequate based on population reserving YANCEY: The Florida Senate iM insurance com- Business Adminlitrator.
1
Sheriff
to meet the effectuatethe representation to all areas, should be reapportioned following County Commissioner military service of District Deputy"ED WILLIAMS, yesrs(i Ineunvbrat Cast Guard Po have had experience! u> job I

purpose and services of with the other house based on as nearly as possible upon *, I yeas Coo- ptriilntag to islet, saws mar
I. Polk Co. for pastf ) Democrat Bartow 41
state government In many diversified elements, one of population in line with the I; ever } yeas .,.ment. Served at Admlatatratlv I
owned and operated Graduate Ft Meade High
areas they are too high Taxes which would be major political Constitution The House year; County Assistant to tie Polk
successful dairy and cattle School, tended Florida
generally, harness growth subdivisions divided into County' Sheriff Dept.
should be geographical -
business to that I L HOWELL Bar-
prior Southern College yeartNumerous ,
and industrial expansion Suggest WELLS I support a plan areas bated upon pope.lation. ROBERT J. -BOB HASLE1T -
B. C. JONES, Democrat FBI courses law '& U. One year
Incumbent .
( Birtow.4T
a review. that would give equal representation a* nearly. possible I.
Lakeland 32 Lakeland High enforcement IS yean; Director Dullness Adminis
and High School el
t,, la fee January 1113 to any given graduate
VERNON: I support a plan
School. graduate. 1934 graduate J P and Conttsble Aasoetatlon grower with 22
Wales. Attended
Special Sesstosi, Florida's equal number of people.Sap.risteade.t which calls for both the Senate of Florida State University ; ta Polk Southern Lake College Florida

legislature passed two nor and the House to be apportioned .. Presently
Of Vice president of Red CONSTABLE, DISTRICT 4 years ta law serving as Clerk-Criminal

tatioos wklck weald change Public Imrrecrloa according to population Barns Chain of restaurant la CLARENCE H. DUNCAN cart ta adminis l'"lrl i *f Record. Office Admutiiirator -
national
the structure ef our
Tern Year without an Increase in Polk County Managing a Democrat Eloise. U High of Sheriff office; and bookktepliig
and stale government* (1. BOONE Incumbent the number of either. business In Polk law it business mac:
ta SHELLEY B. ( Urge County School graduate I years for Sheriff Dewitt aiactaar.Hivo .

By pasting the Ceagreas U.S. Ceattta- ). Democrat, Winter Tax Assessor since 19S8 Degree la business school. Supervisor Concentrate ; ; years agent for issued arrest warraatr;

amending Court ., the Ua- Havea 41 BS and MA De- Tern 4 Years adminiatration and politicalJOSEPH Plant Snlvety Grovel : ) Oil; Bestow Buick id served It beekkeeper for
ties 2. The
lot which WMU aepertede greet at Florida Southern College JAMES L RODEN' (Incumbent ldente. Completed courses by FBI a t r a I maaagrr ( ouoty Judge Wiggins. Clerk

) Wield with additional work at ), Bartow. Democrat 27 F lED 1111 A. and Florida Sheriffs Dept and timber opera at > rimtaal Court since Jar
the Sept... Court.)
rewind these Santa Monica Junior College Winter Haves High School; Democrat Lakeland, U. High Sixteen years law experienceLEON Florida. u"> 1933.
vole ..
Poe.ameadmeata University of Miami, Columbia University of Florida, Florida School graduate Auctioneer THORNTON, (Incumbent Winter JuttUe

CHILES This question la University and University Southern College, majoring m School graduate (Iowa State ) Democrat Winter Ha .. 41. High Of the Peace

: of Florida. Superintendent of Business AdmlnUtraUon. Polk and Florida I Real) Estate yen ... Attended high school college ex-
Florida legislature
lI misleading that Public Instruction. Polk Co. County Tax Assessor; workedin School (Tampa Realtor Aue. Six years with Sheriffs office .** ta criminology Diit/tci N. 2

did not pasa a resolution In since 1981 Four years Naval Assessor's office for twelve toner and Business Uquldationa Two years Constable (appointed ; business admlnla- HENRY MITCHELL, Frost.K'xrf .

bypassing Congress Constitution. mice, sixteen years public years, knowledge of sQ phase Have had 30 )'r.. suecetaful by Goof Iry.... elected ta of Detectives, Democrat'; (unopposed,
the U.S.
amending school teacher and admlniatrator of Tax AaseMor't dutie business experience in pedal election). ,.. Police Dept.

This power was grantedto Including three yean at Served aa Appraiser Office food stores, motel furniture CONSTABLE: DUTtlCT ta this country DMriet N. I
of the ; rRANX c. STANLEY" JR
the states to Art. I Manager. Chief Deputy and ..
Superintendent, participation and appliance MORRIS COMBEE, (Incumbent ) Ireland IT years
;
U.s. Constitution The reeolution \ 1 tnirnd.Ie. Democrat (lull
Tax AMMor. attended Seminar
in educational associations ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ) Democrat Lekela d. 23 ta petition of po-
.
Florida would 'vvueed,
adopted by and lifetime PTA membership and Service Training I. U yew eainlee, what Graduate Katbletn High licensed M

make clear the method by School 01' assessment procedure are the steel laipertMt hv School Completed I police of wberti .te public DMrkl No 4

which the States would initiate W. W. -Bar READ Dem and technique *.. faring the recaty at f1<
a proposed amendmentThe eras Lakeland ... BS. RALPH J. ROSSI. Wele d. this tlatet ale Law Enforcement Threeand ( RELEY, Republkan, t. mi h J. Democrat: W laterra
second resolution did not Democrat 3I. High school 40 "
< Graduate ot Ugh
University of Tampa MA BURT: laductrtat develop one-half roses Lakeland ,... M. B.A. degree I
set a Court of the Union graduate CoonecUeat UUtute 'voi phi University at U-
up *
.. y.
meat adult .
,
New York University other inadequate Police Dept.. 4 yean COOMSMe el. listen lUW
which would supersede the Supreme graduate several speciahzed I i law i degree). Attorney at
graduate wort at Universityof tal health farlMiet at County College MA
Court but was a raob course .la PublK Be- I'. far 14 years rmnt.yd I.dike ta
Florida, and Florida Southern Hospital lack of leadership W1LU4M "BILL" KrTCB- EducaUon Admlni-
for amendment to .. UUoaa. AdatmiaUaUo. Per of ...
bOIl u t
saw,
College i* Tan experience to untie Pott Cause,. matter ENS, Democrat Lakeland 41. .... Kentucky
abash a Court of the Union toned etc Pro. sad fUeca- sty Judge, 4 yrs J V S
aa teacher and public school live Director Metaal. BJdrtEachange drainage system air poButton. \ > Pre. Silver Ctty Garage law ,. Owner aad
to Supreme
with authority review ry
admin'atrstor hi Pea County ef Pott Co. Former and remaUonal faclUtk U.,yeart. High school grsdu luley* Detective
I
Court decisions .. teacher of Social ELOY (DEL DELGADO:
3 yra. college and tmrvenity Ease Director Hea ddenAaaot ate. Attended FBI trsintagevre .
would not vote to rescind either Have tsaght nod admtaictrredschool of Polk Ce eb COMBEE: Need to create .Vve. year spiralAA. Wtater U.... High L.eerst. Winter H..... It.u
auaagmeat -
; toe
of these amendment ctt* .. experience Delgado Grande Market
te an levels of oar to Odd of finance for greater easy among ewe "
MATTOX: L At this time 1would of detective agency. ;;state high school plus oatity -.
public education system. Bold I years, te btutoet administration ten. develop*** more READY Democrat i
vote to rescind the via .
a valid certiorate) for U yeses f.m+Ya dateable aaduatry. county for Ukclaatd. M Heavy te>o- teaching aceouatiag eeuraay

Miss to by pa** Concrete at COUNTY SURVEYOR: with land evaluation.; ec*. hag prooleui ef highway safe meat Operator High School .... and Juvenile ,d at J.P., S rn., Devised

constituting a dcagerout precedent WILLIAM A. READ. It- aoaairc, adaUautratioa. long gradaaU Special deputy f Technical training iro, developed bookkctpiBtlD
However. I lave not ; tyDVMO ... cleetroolci. Back. tttaUlabed Small
um.
Proper pUnning
Democrat Bartow (map record leadership ta ring : yean Member National ShiP 1 ) (

made a final decision ea thia. posed). flair*. and lOBiaf ef Pals Could HTi! Ataodatioa. law and ptycholofy. i )alms CovK..p \.







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EiECtINGSWOOD I hmm burg Nuking Home ha TODAY'S By RUTH RAMSEY I fl/flf/v'U Htr.Mtit:
GRAB BAG
Installed a cloeed-<,Irt'ult lelevlwro Central, frost Witt HOLLYWOOD. 'UPI Kevin Please Remember VOTEr
i MM cm to help give Ita pa'I'nl ,Corcoran. 14 "t som<*thinn uti
is constant attentionmiating TfW ANtWM CHNCKI, SPOT OP PAMI--OUISS TNt KAMI ..sae rengs OM lade dM.IreMted ..., J", duilni; the past 12 HOBSON STRAIN
A television camera 1. How *** *book are tfcarein ..:,-... &. _.. low .... gtVftkf years' at Dtsmy Studios where
iil.idte\i at the intersection of ttw Kt T ".....* verakw oft way to a uamlt of stifhtljr i rte has appealed In 21 fratutemovlm L Best Qualified for Tax Collector
'tin mam halls of the home and ** OK VMbUMnt. the New' '1",' macaw naked .... ChistJCUM I \ and mon' than 100 t<'Icvlston -
monitored on a 19-inch "I'IaUIIMt rim the ettnber dlaeerersbe show N. ,.1. IY.
', It'in at the nurses station 2. Who wu UM last emperor baa only aaoMded the aha
The (iamei combines with siftlight of RBMteT \1............ of a vast \ureffusar amphitheater I
nail and an Inteicom .,11111 S. What M* the I largest tree. ........ ,' from the middle of wmtehl
r 000 feet below--soar* a flitted
'
till world! .
of
\" to give nurses constant ,
nhh for patients who mlfhti 4. In what city in Madame : 1.000-foot stalagmite tower of
,nrul i .attention Tusaauer BBhlMtion located? rock ARRFLL'SGARDEMENTER
I. What dMCriptlve colon The ancient one felt *af* laenthroning1
have been applied to the Tiber their god on uk
U>. Danube? l an intimidating pinnacle, for It
was beyond belief that any mortal -
WIN IT HAPPENED TODAY man could\ climb It* shaggy
with WOODS OH this date In 100, famed walls and shatter their theology.How .
engineer Casey Jones "... killed right they were In beHovdig -
the summit
unoonquerabt
at Vaughn Mlsa, whoa"CanDonbsJl .
LS proved by the fact that this
Expre eolllded with Today' spot < r II\' la the' I world' oldest mountain song PresentingAGRICO'S
the back end of a freight train I
and story remained the last of
moat celebrated mountain in the
'Fe.r years.., I msJ he.Imp.rt.e *
world. MS.MIW purple peak Its chain to be climbed, and
BORN TODAY ridged 10,000 feet high touched then successfully only three
,1.-*. fv| .
Queen Juliana of he WeOkerland wWI snow and dlademed with time In 3,000 year. MR. WILLIAM CRABTREEFriday
yes I v.ic.la ."."""."' *, eolumnUt Fulton Levrit clouds, It Is the Immortal altar Name this spot of fame,
Jr., poet-.dueotor John C. R... "where the dwelling of the gods Name at bottom of eolumakIT'S
lad le pat, yeur' cvtyettersnisiit sons, etu Beth fast forever" In 1U & Saturday, April 24th & 25th
IRN SAID
name the most happy and sin-\
en e btitln.it. YOUR FUTURE" free religion the world has ever iverytktep' Dome If a mail
known bloomed for centuries. wilt only Wet.lNnatlHOW'D
A Midde reversal lead t*
lite lath nerd,
The preveit bettor fortunes ..ppt...... To* Its gods dwelt on a lofty peak 60
rising high above the cloudy YOU MAKE OUTt %
h.... kept filth! with y*.. day* child will\ be MicreasfuL
earths atmosphere Into the
1. 59, 27.
clean, clear ether. Though each We pleased ac co .
to
are
.
I ask yen new le leap ( ltk YOUR IANOUAOI 2. Nlcholu H. pre
WATCH .
deity had special earthly haunt, ORGANIC
INNOCUOUS (l-NOK-yoo. all had residence and held their 3. The sequoias of California
with me thrash ."".rt let sent in our store Mr. Will
uiadjectlve; not harmful or Injurious assemblies and feast her*. 4. London, England.
a ..e.** farm I la tkii vital ; harmless. Taken from From a distance It appears 5. Yellow Blue.
the Latin innocum.STORMS pinnacled and defiant but at .l"...0 'SfdmtIO 'IXnH. iam Crabtree, AGRICO'Srenown '
,,,bill effice." turf consultant. 331/3"/



DEDICATED SERVICE domed air-conditioned STUmmHOUSTON.. Tex cUPII-'rhe Harris r 6VOUR>> 'I'II i Avail yourself of the opportunity Ccvtrt5.JOO tq. ft.

WIN Continued County Stadium that will be ... to discuss your lawn
GOOD GOVERNMENT completed late In 1964 has walls I f MRRRINITE
M D.
LESTER L.
than built\ to downward take more force upward By and shrub problems with a 100 %

Re-elect The springy steel column 18 TUSKS any *NOH"M wrfkjwt I I because;- think that you or a man of long experience.
that make up the inner wall of fur JiiKolvlHg stoics in tin pill friend a member of the famlly -
the big structure were built to "M, M<', of fcMNey t | may have the mime iilnom ORGANIC
support 220.000 pounds of pressure Unfortunately there is no I for which the medicine was
. FLOYD WOODSCounty from the softly arched known method for dlsenlxing I rtflnally ordered It wild. be NO OBLIGATION
dome But they will also take these stone Many strange .and > a violation of his legal and 50 Ibs. p=
Commissioner 240.000 pounds of lone from bizarre techniques have been I ethlial l responsibility
Dist. 1 below so a hurricane cannot advocated In all parts of the

whip up enough winds to pull worldfanciful ones like rhew- : Art nllrrgtrt i isteritedt Cevtrt 1,000 sq|. ft.
the dome loose from the rest of log charcoal ItII estimated that about
IPd. ,.1. Ad I the stadium swallowing sesame ; 60T4of allergic patient havea
seed history of allergy In their Nothing will do more, pf dollar spent to

burnt e r e n '.1'''... 011'1 family backgrounds. ., 30 % tj ; give! you a thick green lwn, than fertility. .

INSTALLED MufflersGenuine The Tongue-TIrd Child ( AGRICO gives your lwn trlpl.
lion of stonesIn
patients who TVAal a wrest tIIhll C child<< ACO timed feeding tetlon bcHi AGRICOprovldei

are prune to I if described II btixg "IOMIMItlmf't .. ORGANIC your l own with a turn of 'Uwnfertlllien
get them con
Safe-Guard Dr. Colemsn frequently be; 'Tongue-lled" 1. an expresSion etch Individually fl*.fd to the
: given when a small band M'MAL.' .
prevented bv Ibs. iii proper ution. Com Into Hrrll'i and
DUTY dietary regimes and medication of iiue bind. the tongue on 3313/ iC; ; put
HEAVY However when once the stone Its under surface and keep U a full tm' to work an producing and m.ln.I
are formed, the. must either from free motion. the Uwn
taming It'
Because Corers you always wanted ,
of the restricted
PUSH out of the body sponlafleou -
"c .l\'. or be removed by. sur- movement of the tongue, It 3,100 sq.| ft never too late to have a besutiful Uwnl
|gray: can Interfere with the development .
S s111 Active experimentation IH, in of normal speech and
1. I progress to find a chemical I aumetlmep, even with swallow- I and for Garden and Shrubs
none of. dt.a4vuig. these in*. I your
\v. I 4M3 i ;bf *& ...". I An AnewllfSlan.rt aii ibis .-
/ -n CHEV. bud ot tlsVSrf. taut be lately It
performed at a very early ageAn .
'I : INSTALLEDOthtr Frenrrlptlon Refusal see RICO
WAN do pharmui iittt nftmr lartftll thtre Mker-rodll11< oc- flICOI
Models at Installed Prices / prescripttontf r..fmMo.i,t
Your pharmacist I. protecting Many people seem to feel
you when he refuse to that their particular business isIhf
CMU," "".61 n." Psalter.N.hy .. give you more of prescribed ulcer business Actuall). ItI Poo flIC /
wefflefi ere betk. *e*. Ct.vnl.r. t t4.al .. 11.11 Nest...:.JNI.: : 12.11 medication without a new prescription the tension and anxietieswithin .
gnat sad .q.lap! the tow. /.V ... ol JIM
Let lparl.1 Dl.as.I I. Per111441 .. ... Pl,-fc 1 f"-l ? 11.15 or request from your the Individual not his .
.peer
fe pesslbl. eels .*.. **rd ItlMI .. .. IIM Peatto' 1 1111.61 . UM doctor. work than can produce ulcers.
Drugs are prescribed In WAU D,. Colema einnotmi4Vri
limited quantltkx! for the specific /'lc* fo sneer indtitduatlettrn.
IMPERIAL DISCOUNT CENTERFOR Illnesses of the individual kt win see reader'
patient Sometime they are In- ': QHtsflON, In tilt column/ hA.a
AT DISCOUNT PRICES tended for only one phase of an I ,' i ire potttbU and ICIA'H key>>
ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS Illness 605 HAVENDALE BLVD. 'l CENTER PHONE 293-- SOOTHI SHOPPING .
refill your prescription simply ; I of Skis "'W,,_,.,.
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AN the groceries you and your fmlyefl Tease Mercury ere loaded with op.' You end your entire fatty sweep what) Entry ltnk.
carry to the checkout counter In ion*! -power steerln|,power br*.k.**, you went off tee Ihotvot of your fovor 10 $1.O CerbEcatee
30 minute are yours free!Plus s 1964 sutomatic trsnsmissioa. And-to top Itt grocery tort) You hv* 1S esciUftfminute : 20 1500 Certificate
Mercury Stttlon Wagon to carry everyteem off-you let auto supplies end *to tats what you want M 30 $290 Certificete c 29*
thing home service worth JJOOI ebedutely heel 40$100Certrntt** REDS PINKS, 38 Ids 9'.

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,..._ 1..ee ITS $.It C.Mea.. r.dee..W.ls. .'
PEPSI.COLA' ret..bte. m .4.G. ,., I'M tie/ Peer Crae ........ iI..NO...
Groceries worth $1.500 auto suppeai vorVt _MneMa. ..l=-::::::,-wee-seer ii.eraseS PLAZA
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Page Twenty WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHItFWlNTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Thursday 30, 1 1964


HAPTIST t'NS PONYTAIL tlJMJlfD-VI' ,'VOOIH.t;
Nand Cert To Pay MfclME
NEW YORK UPI Thtic O0 00 8T LOUIS .UPI) Mrs ONE WORD
j ? ?1 now are 01.600 Baptist churches 00 O O O Louts Krueger looks in the bits
!In the United State. with of noodles before dumping the 't Spoils the BIG DifferenceEXPERIENCE
It Tfct MM To See membeiahlp of more than 22 3 content In boiling water these
million compared with 2468, days. Recently she opened the !
AT thuichei and 190281 member bag and dumped the noodles
ACCEPTANCE In 1814, when the fltst national and a pack of bubble gum In ELECT
Baptist organization In Ami'i- boiling water,
CORPORATION ica came Into being It was >'<'- Vl1t'1Ie "I've been cooking noodles for
polled in conjunction with t tin 25 years" Mrs Krueger all "I Paul VAUGHNClerk
OF FLORIDA Thltd Baptist Jubllir Year of yOU Gn never thought thryd put bubble -
COMPA8E THESE LOW LOW PAYMENTS I IM4, gum In noodle parkaget of Circuit Court

CASH 21 CASH la CASH It n
Yw WI Wn Yw GN YsnIM Yor WIAD The year will be hlithllKhttd SHOP ,,,, '.1 Ad.
IN WINTER HAVEN
$32.18 fane.70SE O0 SISO.S3 Sts_ by the Third Baptist Jubilee w t.
13IiAO Sn 1250 a slam ttoo 37 No Celebration to be held at Atlantic -
City N J 22.21. which
Ca wnLM Pre. h lei D iw In Window H.ro10 pellook
will be attendedMay by Baptists
LOANS IN 01HEI AMOUNta OR POI OTHER I ass WI $wS T."
from over the United Statin
P681003ARECOMPARARt! EXTRA VALUEAIR
IBATSERVKI 1 net Canada q: O ENJOY THE
913 6TH ST. N. W., WINTER HAVEN CY 34194 ---.-- O

6IIOP IN WINTER HAVEN 0o


WI_ H.v.i'a N., i %h.pphe C.M.e ALWAYS 'Ptsw'aiS CONDITIONING YOU GET


.
,! ,

MORTHWITEPPINO I e FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC

e rrlwo sy. w Ir' Iqdtv td siahn reread

fl' tNTR ARDWARE "It wasn't very true to life who'd give the brushto

a tall good-looking wealthy boy __ .

friend with a red sports car?" '

I II

Why They're Fire Plugs

l.J'I.'L"ND.Olelo (LI'IJiff SrWr-nn m>" Amnea Khr I AUTOMATIC COMFORT
fin hrfrmnt rattedir. plug. I CONTROL
VASES WALL SHorhin, city nH..,-, hrr ..
BUD t ,I. la find ihrvrigtn ; i Just tat the highly sensitive
of tht term lor u long Ii", .. Rceendylie renlred ".,. .1 i thermostat for the comfort level
BOTTLE loot tfftian of vomlrn ...,'" ft,.. weed at ''...,1 and Pike .(rrrl. that suits you best
In Cinrlnnatl In On early ISOOft. '
OPENER ",It.rid plttt "/ Mater mam r.nr.m. /,,. pica ?,?,,.
rn plug which firemen Nerd In plop k"1,,. lit the sense Ii"... AJ.foirnr Thin/ine/
r fire" Shttrhan mill.Hllllam .
C Mode Thermo by, SahnJ, 72, mired Cincinnati Kale ,..rfc rn,.
9 flttyt, woo tare the W,,,"'/,'n Mater pip t,, *h.*han, nptalnnltilt General Eloctnc famous Thinlino elf! eonditlonon( In a ring* EXCLUSIVE 0-E ROTARY
Cotehei COMPRESSOREngineered
fin plug Ihlt troy i .f coBocltloi Id.olly luittJ far 'Urjor b.droomt er tmollor
caps ""'hrn water piper ".,. '",'nll.." In the rarlr ISOOproeMani \ ".. living areas, E.iy.Movnt model/ provide full footurtd pea and velvetby G.E to
Yalta f 8e tffrt made for grtllng the irafrr out in rat nf fi,... formonco Bed. !quick, easy do yourself Init.ll.fion. Sid. give you quiet smooth
EACH 58 Firemen had to dig a hide In tht dirt ",.-d. ti the Mater maim, cooling power.
ACE PRICE penis .Ii... out for I weerhor tight fit In sash windows from
drill Holt
m in the pipe then attach the hand ,..m"..,. ta she
holt, II" t. 40" wid. Convenient. T'/i' emporo' unit effort "plug-

While They "4/err.6. fire trot .fMingulthrd the firemen trmtld laka In" flexibility In any '!lu.l. household circuit
SPINNING mtoJfn plug similar In ti bung In m harrrl and hantmrr; It SEE THRIFTY CITY FOR A LOW LOW PRICE
AIR VELOCITY CONTROLA
,,
PRES-CUT Into the '..
Last fingertip touch and you select
GLASS the air. velocity desired HI.
qui red devotional exercises In COOL or LOCOOLAIR

.... DESIGNED SVFISHIRMEN FOR FISHERMEN Church GroupAgainst public heard schools about 30 The congressmen committee

DNE-HALF support the amendments Only

GAS ( J t SchoolBibleReading one opposed them. f EXCHANGER
I I _
!IiIt' TROUBLE FREE ..., "Public Institutions Combine outside air with coolIng .
to
belong
.
,, ,
JUG or enjoy outside ventilation
"i all citizens, whatever their religious
400 REEL beliefs or lack of them; try=----=;--suer-::: sea on cooler days

e )K..p( RUGGED STEEL GEARING" OUTLASTS I I it is not right for the majority =;::=== =--- lr= I
to
impose religious beliefs or [ ''
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; ONLY S MOVING e: : ======= l -
hot 0' PARTS THEM ALL! whentide.. ========== =
UPIpublicCeinstitutions =.- ..".- ..
-
WASHINGTON
( .
cold for ====:: = : = : DECORATOR STYLING
HOLLOWGLASS FAST TAPER Spokeamen for a church group quite opportunities are available __ Distinctive styling off.white,
hours It representing 31 Christian denominations for those who desire to do ===========i". .: =.=..l blue'gray with gold trim com1 -
SPINNING ROD with Fixed Reel Seat, are opposed to so to express such beliefs and ====_-= = elements any room decor
changing the Constitution to follows such practices in nom
''e Carrying 'VanJUr m SUiqleti.. ) Steel Guide, rand Tip Toe penriit prtyer and "Bible-readIng ; : public .J..etllnll wjth; others; of l.1'I I "
: :. : :JIEO. \ .. a* part of public school like mind," fuller said In pre*' -r-EF-_. -"= --........- ..
i
Easy pour spout .POKE program. pared testimony for the Coun J't? t
ONLY cil. EFFECTIVE AIR DISTRIBUTION :

1 1488 Dr Edwin A. Tuller, Valley Rotator directors give you an
Value l.lf 77c A I I Forge Pa, general secretaryof Superfine/ Infinite choice of air distribution
ACE PRICE the American Baptist Con patterns
vention and New York Itt,.

Charles H Tuttle, an Episcopal Detlgn.d .. moot the ".",.n", of larger cooling applications.
lay leader, appeared before
DRIVE Suporlino series It onglnoorod with heavy duty component to
FOLDING TABLE the House Judiciary Committeeon
provide the critical balance of end
high capacity cooling
behalf of the National Council INSTALLATION FLEXIBILITY
,. / WAY ALL METAL of Churches dehumidificetion .. necessary for your comfort. Idoel for General Eiactricairconditionars
"liege living areas, multi.,..", cooling even many bull- can conveniently be Installed:
MARKERS BIG SIZE The council spokesmen were nor end cemmerelol applications'' lower sash windows through

0 Stop- 24" x 60" the first public witnesses to testify SEE THRIFTY CITY FOR A LOW LOW PRICE thl.w.IIlKceptca..mentunit( ).
since the committee opened
I II O LAWN DAMAGE FOR INDOOR hearings last week on 147 pro ,
sil o AUTO DAMAGE AND OUTDOOR posed constitutional amendmenti .
II CUT TIRES to override Supreme
'.1.! Us USE. Court decisions against re WASHABLE AIR FILTER

III ACE PRICE44C Quick and easy to remove .
Valli. t,9S ACE PRICE 6.99 I R ]11T(., 1-=. ....' washes clean In seconds

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1d ..L,4 work for you .r Fibe mar metal casement windows. ballY, .qulcklyl law, am There's for the a-,unit-. YOU preitly went fo designed cool!

o NOW 44 -c:# Pall ....i"" slip Into in! ,,lo ,as, .pacing!, witdour caHiaq
l e-1-1 Value If c r tK. f,.",.. Sp.cl.1. occo ry l..,..llo !.. M for e..erew J... SEE OUR AIR CONDITIONING
bio sash windows o..ll.klo from year C.I ...1... DEPT. BEFORE YOU BUY

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Ill
cutworm* ,.........,.,, I2d Alrborao Dlv.WW II .
P Ilnte .nd many a LAKELAND 1102 L MEMORIAL UYD. PHONE '''-Sill
Lkomod hy Srot Dept. of Idncotte to Teach
ether pests
AT OPEN EVERY MONDAY THURSDAY A FRIDAY NIGHT
Pofic. SoBfocrs !I. AdiJt Edwcorioi Program PIIWIcSC.
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Thursdey, April 30, 1964





TV KghSamd Stars l Hit exa l I a t Q 44




,,\1\.1.

By Pay Cuts :"' ,....f ,

._ '
f.': TWSBAY, AWHl W* I d North Gate

By JOSEPH FINMGANWI IfPfFTHIillfHTflM
H*.weod Cwl'fl'- :. SATURDAY MAY 9 *
,
HOLLYWooD (DPI) -Higl I Shopping Center
salaried Mavis:on actors are .

.being hit with a pay cut -. L 'It men, ooo THIU SUNDAY wi HSUVI THI KI'$HT TO LIMIT' OUANTITIISSTIIS
alasfeca which' might coat them mi WINTER HAVEN'S NO. 1
each $.ee0 I week. -. .- CY 3-2129 Open 10 P.M. SHOPPING CENTER
The salary. scale for most ""- video acton, under terma of

the Screen Actors Guild contract SHAVE CREAMS ... 1 RIRA
I IsM o IN se.
with producer, is $100 a tHAUAIIOUH BOXED NOTES a.1...a1p.wrwN ALeO.RIX BREWER'SAIN ASPIRIN
: :
VITAMIN c-.
dlY. However well known stars 111 i MCOIIOIo SresssIIXAll C YEAST

can command much more than tNMt1.Y a .. .eN BALLPOINT NN' A.M1 N...wow raa..11N c_ .
that At ..11- .wrrsM.r
one time they were RN,1h 1REXALL
_
getting $10000 or more for a Ir es a PEN 'aFvlI2i. Ire.w I. Iwo
tMMatla.NrrA111/ a.t.rwYYl.nr ,, '
guest star appearance on a alas Ma ry.wV f r N ,\ II r.-........h60C 1. wlaMr't... ,
114$5ii ..... .. '
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n .
television series episode one saNdN1A 2,1401 \2t40crmwtrm nN..h r.M115"u 1.153 2i.J20 2i.440 0

week's Top salaries work. for guest star: V 99c thArt ( PLAYING C GER.RITE I :.i = 2io, lOc
are now in the neighborhood of 10r EYELO
PEROXIDE MMr r..aulw ewlO.x. ."
=
$5,000 per segment and lest iCARDSIrtfeNMI Bra iOJlON uhn /Ira
Such series as "Breaking! toe ""' Mss P.di F/
*
point," "Eleventh Hour" "Dr OOOt M"l's". SUfI UNlM aiIL N1 .... J I-.Y INypie.'.

Kildare," "Greatest Show on w.Ir-5' '&It N IIYILOPISt' 2 2"-- el/ 1"III
,., !
Earth and "Ben Casey are .... sTAM sr.wla11.l.r2ArLOI .! : 2.98 PANOVIIEMULTEYITAMINS (
trying to hold the line at 5000. ERA sHET 1 -..w 2.26c 99C 50 c .
"Route 66,' before it was cancelled .
...
a. r let bed Mar.lwMeeerPdr.
MIF WIN
dropped Its top price RAY CAKADI ".. MILK 11 walnruOLINN .. VITAMIN .*4 MOM MY.M.aarn ..__...
from $7,500 to $3,000.
Richard Wookey, head of ( l'aoo IKuW plW4M o. == lAHfTS MAGNESIA fUNOI.'X J2... TONIC : ..11rr.19'ANOVITE 111
casting for NBC.TV here slid a / rein.I I a.e s. n ... MNT ,
.... ... .... ....... ."...N N (M.IN2hrJ99 PANOVITE
he believed that 2",10 tit
guest stars I I se....... ,. I. C saa
have been "grossly overpaid" "' m" @ 2,., A MN... .
paid. as IJO rn a..' .: w='" 51 2A. 2ia64e 4.86 \ a.-_en dew_ I.rowan..MM.I we rY

"What I have to say is based 2151 a 2..2& 0led_ 99C .. -".wt..I.a.. INwL. w..re-LN N M 1+9
..
on previous years of experience r .2,1.94 ." 2A.201Nxau .
," he said "1 do strongly WWTI SIAUTTSTATIONERY ..... CIIIIJIIJ1 IlaM S a1TcNNwRe VITAMIN B
feel that the tops of these shows rsT1... CELLOPHANE SUPPOSITORIES warm
have been abused I think it TAP! I 0y'1 I INCy..NN&NNay ,
was the industry's own fault in SHEER COMFORT t.sap i0 .Sod ed CtaM......*...*, IPOI.YMUlIlON, .f&,>> MONACn
the first instance, we allowed it SUPPORT eN4Oc .w ;: 115 ala j ?. a 2 let
to happen" k.L"" .....Po APC Tablets
2" 2'D
Wookey blames much of the NYLONS 35c 2"54'
trouble on agents who get 10 101 rlt pin If UrUiNlflChi
per cent of their actor client'., AWtuyMYdtiA .
salary l s. + tun Meld 55 s w1 M.eM. .0.s .1Miw ..... KLENZO Mnevm FOOT prR.4 J 1fj,;..
"I think the major fault lies [ nunl IOy1 / .
with! the agents who have ml*. ::nPOWD AI_ AIR VICTOItIA "0, ."

guided their performers to a Mm m f\f n CAR NOMI COlDfN UtAC ell ay.aM REFRESHERINSEaiCIDE COMBINATION '.

point where they've given them 2 for lei ]HANDLOTION FRAGRANCE to- 2"" 2,., .; ;:, ", X20ViaAtt
delusions of grandeur," he said ... ;; :
., h w t/arA tN a -- S0WPPOJITCIIII< drrrMa
'It a hard for the ael>r's ego to [pitf 2",99t .....": ,. rIr 56-- I ....No .... f4."
pull back on that I've been an aN $511fnetast ,

actor, I've been an agent anda hump. 2, : aIXMI'mo'o' 2 let He 2,.4.60
.
-
casting director. RO.BALL 4I0'.0IIIdote I : N' ell
auAu .. = SACCHARIN c
Wookey said he was not ? 201 115.14 11114'
speaking for NBC. But it was DEODORANT ............. a...,IeIr. : Tablets
apparent from comments of WA Nor/ USA Now .
IAPUIKIUOUIO 2" ..,. ........ .
others In Hollywood that television isrs M .Nit,,th Masts.$1011 fACIAUIEAMS .. : r\AZ: w1e p.is4 lIN
.
.....
producers are setting N MUrlrlrilMl, Cees IEN .214 ; 76tIi '-
ceilings on salaries IlwprdlrWt y-cw. FOUNDATION II- :.. SHOWER CAPS ....a,.
"I think definitely that tops .,, 1..11.51 a. n N 4 2,.,4 Dc
our I M. ttM:101IU.I.fAM.
,
will be imposed on the major O.IN '--. 2,., 2,., : ISc /wti/1W ,
:; ;; NIw
burden of the television filmed ....., ........ r,1.u ,
21w70c ,, 151 : s Ma 4 II I rNNw.r
shows, and acton will either el NOW,., 151 BRUSHES ., r 1N
:ave to subscribe to it or find QUIK.SWAIS ;: U'HTtI HAIR vM II 1t r wt
their' ;ork 1uome othetAwa.W .::' I.nt .I COLD IIXAU0 l flU\D\ "a ". "- '
liixa COMBStuauotnt r.NI MN 1tnr..ll.w.. .. .... /Loa
\ >kt said "They're certainlynM -i N- .. r Dr11aa.M.1.afit.
,........... :cl x
M ta..r mYrr1 ,..
going to get it on stage SPRING LILT TRIES
Dana Andrews, president of N aN taN1e OWa l 511 rssl r lard a .... ,01AA.1w r."_' ale. /h II 2",50, ioi rI u RUBBING
the Screen Actors Guild, said I r..Y .''''d
.
Lr seI s.L L2i. 21.11 40c :::;:
'rr:0 ,
there was little hit organlza ALCOHOL
2A ?,SiIWYITr1
tion could do about top salaries + /11C1OFty11USA '
r11N1 126 a t In television MIii MClW P.el'.11weIN/ _._ .2 w JO A1UN-OHI ..... ana WOMIMI

i "ThU year"has he been said going"It's on beer for "It COLOR Cal COTTON IAU POINT : IllUOLDS 210r80ctlwg

started slowly sneaking out with up shows on us that It LNN11Lr l/lNaf, TALCUM sr SHAMPOO .IOUAIIS_N.N as II"-.._.._ 2.46 \\ KNRErlUS 4 MI .n'1..1'..1d14.'/, =LUII/ .seas,see N aid. ,

laid they couldn't pay more Lw uNll ur MMr, Sift rt.5rsntN .. u.wM 2 '-:w a..wNINIWNI ..a1. 'IrbwNMre. r rpr.5
.
AI. -- deli BABY PANTS "" ,.rSe, Ms 10.eaI
than a certain figure" Ir /aM142Ar s1J 1110 .... asp.Z CO
Andrews, who believes that 99c '-1.1 N u :spteS2l.S0cr 2299
pay television would result In let ; .;.',1 w 1.26
more money for actors, said he BABY

does not blame producers for 1xAlt SHAMPOOS me... TOILETRIES M..PTMnIIILas11. "..INSECT "'"u CHEWABLE
cutting guest tar salaries. f1011.0, .>;AfA0S0iDEODORANTS -auNUtlAlA11
"They! have to work within |M M V .... M 1I.. COLORING REPELLENT

the limits of the television industry S, NltMlIlM* ,N. list IMf t ISIHI.utnt.,Mt M M HI..*. BOOKS MULTI
as It It today," be said HI&'i! & 3I ....1M.lAIC, =: VITAMINS -.-

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Comes In Patterns i7ni MCI lAm UUMMOI FOUNTAIN SPECIAl '"'M' 111'M. L If
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now ia available at local lumber IN. -. 5M eM 99t ;liIl illll:6JQJf. ,. C9UCH **> Ctli HtllfDIOKETS 2,270
dealer* in two Interesting pattern SOUP BOWL
*--gold *1 lace and nugget 1wPd.. nWO.garAwr w lass INK Blue ORAL .,
1'tIS.. square block of RAZORw ass: cJ"fOl .71 unSlPnc
plastic finished hardboard can XREXALL BOXED l SUNDAEA ...".......... """ ANTISEPTIC
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BLADES = ::: h
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ideal for kitchen installation a51 ".1.2 for .It = SYRUP.
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'k ft.
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la available In white and parchment 111 1154RRxAL'/.11111 L.Wer/N o..as1.1.M 2,., 1.a..as.IrMMA'ass

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oaf, Twenty-Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEW.CHIE WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Thursday, April 30. '964


II '-=- Takes Over As Annie Queen_. IJMAW rt J I Colorful Wall IE ELECT

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F rrI. Can lie Used

I'II'WINCHESTER>dent' Johnson'i Va. (UPI)- lady, said that Leek was In BedroomEven
Luc) arrived teenageil.nij.hipr "thrilled to death" because Robert J. "Bob" Haslett
II.
Wednesday to reign r i "thii li the tint ttme, aa a h e in a bedroom YOU can b*
the Shenandoah as queen of lays, she's been a queen of bold with color if you limit the
Apple Blotiom !" vivid accent to the wall behind
anything
,
f i i v a I J. .She face a dailysihniilo Lucl has bought a new wardrobe the bed Her a bright color Clerk ef, the Criminal Court
almost
.
ai jammed ai for her enlivens the room by d y. but it
public
tic, r I 1.llht'r's .ppe.rlDeliin .ii out of sight at night
1/.11' i ifc was this Virginia city nestled in One interesting new color in tXPHtftNCfOl war I 11 I clan .> r..rCork
very excited"atiuut
her April the heart of the apple orchard the liner: of Marlit paneling Crlmll. Court
rollMr.> Elizabeth May 2 festfvil / country. She will be staying Hawaiian coral) -. u ideal for HONHTl ...**, a critlcitm n $4.0. J
tc Carpen- here at the home of newspaperpuMtoaer this type of bedroom installation. Ana'rN. In *..., 10 ,..n.< lt..piitf public
'r press secretary the,,firattttrrttrrrrrttttfiiinit ..... and State Sen. Harry s The coral .hue is warm and givw r......t. i' I
T. Byrd Jr. and his wife I the room a new atmocphcm EFFICIENT' L ECONOMICAL d.i.lt. ..*
Fuller Brush Dealer SBg through Saturday This color alao u ideal I aa a 'lii_... *f If% "'_ c.... In Itil ..vtrIf
Peeked I into Wednesday1 background for interacting. aereeeorke tO, HtlH *m,.,. the Km. number
-. such as an t v.-catebme > of deputy .Uriel t. .,.r.t. .ffitltntly.
FULSOL HOUSEHOLD DE6REASER agenda for the young queen Li Cs plant or Oriental screen.
was a civic club luncheon a Hawaiian coral cornea in either
Put Fuliol to work on cleaning lows, rehears!of her regal chores at THE FAMOUS. 6"x8' planks or four-foot wide Courteous and Good Service to All et All Times
pots and pans, roatteri, grills, etc Handley School and an evening NATURALIST AND ARTIST, panels. Both type, of course
the
Informal have washable Marhte fin.
reception given by the
No hard scrubbing necessary, festival committee at the home JOHN JAMES AUDUBON ish that will withstand yean of RE-ELECT HASLETT Clerk of the
of Dr. and Mn.Victor Albright. PAINTED FLORIDA BIRDS hard wear Criminal Court
.
fuller Stalnleit Steel, Sponges I Thursday morning Lucl Johnson WHILE STAYING AT THE <> *A in wide the range line can of neutral be used colr on M Pol. Aj I
do the heavy work for will pose for pictures. The AUDUBON HOUSE IN KEY .."j"t'Pnt rfrnom w..n.-.
background will be an a p p1.
WEST .
you. IN THE EARLY ISSCVs.
orchard She will attend the

THE SET Reg. 3.38 YOUI FULLER hone CT17301CTIIOtO HUSH DIALtRt I and women's luncheon will at horticulture attend the home yet of luncheon another Mrs. H Florida's. i Blanche Work Offers You:

SPECIAL. 2.98 B. McCormack Maxfleld the PHOSPHATE INDUSTRY
same day. .... COOPERATES CLOSELY
IL) w W111, WITH THE AUDUBON
SOCIETY TO PRESERVE scMMplot knewMge ,.Ik CcMRfy's voter roqlttratloa,
YOUR MONEYS WORTH MOREATN AND PROTECT THE prM"...., bo-104. CM years of velnoblo. wollroraeta1eipononee.

Ii STATE'S BIRD LIFE BY .
f J
WOOLWORTH'SQuality : MAKING LARGE LAND Pr.,.. ability to effoctlvoly kma'lo. the |lob .f S.I_
I TRACTS AVAILABLE of le...... .. las ovleoacoe' by tko succontiil 1 tomplotloa .
? AS SANCTUARIES. of tile ..... ,..k of ..--.1..rI., nearly 77,000
w Polk County voters),
9x11 Ft.ROOM .
Tufted nodora, efficient voter roglrtratloa awtkee's t.i Hck-
productivity gains for the economy algitot.aoallcatod. .
SIZE Johnson Says ai a whole.
rotpoatlble. b'.awndable ..,.,Ic..
"The Job is up to you, it's
up to labor, and it'i up to us In
Future Tax the government," Johnson
the business group. told BLANCHE WORK Is Polk County's Supervisor of Registration not because the
.f i U a woman (although 45 of Florida's 67 Supervisors of Registration are worn-
I '.: The group Included Roger M. .nl.) but because of her outstanding qualifications. Growing Polk County needs
i':'. Cuts Possible Blough board chairman of a qualified person to serve as Supervisor of Registration. So, vote to return
>>
U.S. Steel Corp.; Henry Ford BLANCHE WORK to office. .
H, chairman of Ford
Motor
WASHINGTON UPI))-PresIdent Co.; Crawford H. Greenwalt,
I'p t #>! Johnson sayi that if the chairman of E. I, Du Pont dNemours BLANCHE WORK
t 196445 tax cut is a success & Co., Inc.; David I
(
: there may be mother In the offing Rockefeller, president of Chase
: .t.t'I "a few years down the Manhattan Bank; Frederick R. Supervisor of Registration
road." Kappel, board chairman of
:
American Telephone & Telegraph (N. Pol. Ad.)
:: But, said the Chief Executive"we Co. and others
can move to this second -
I round of tax reduction only If we
r behave ourselves this year."
Johnson told a White House
dinner party of more than 100
of the nation's top business executives
I Iuantities'
100% SOLUTION DYED RAYON TWEED "we cin't let our coils a
REGULAR creep up and we can't let of
VALUE ,r, our prices creep up," or infla- Because 1
)I $n,5 HOW 599 f tlon will wipe out the gains of we can oralis j
> Weekl
.
,,\ < the two-year, $11.5 billion tax I r
cut now In effect.
USE
OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN "'Tt' 'J '
!1!r. .fJ\\: lo firty to make % .
firm promises on further tax
cute" Johnson said but If the
PRACTICAL present tax cut li a success
: "ai I have every reason to
i. believe It will be In building
;: DURABLE FOAM RUBBER BACK i production, crating Jobs, rals-
lug profits, and generating revenues
t DECORATIVE SKID RESISTANTFOR to balance the budget -
I Then I see another tax cut a
I few year>> down the road."

AN APPETIZING MEAL OR SNACK, VISIT A WOOLWORTH LUNCH DEPARTMENT- told Johnson called on business to
the line on prices in order
YOUR MONEYS WORTH MOR ATWOOLWORTH'S .' to protect the economy froman
S. Inflationary spud
He plans to ask labor leaders
: again this week to keep wage
I r demands In line with avenge i 111 /
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Florida's Weather


WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY? KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS

And News Of CropsWEATHER

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SUMMARY: crops have been cultivated. in lav SAVE SSe ON NEWEST EASY-CARE
Warm days, mild nights, and north and central sections Dry
feneraUy abundant. sunihlnecharacterised soils are slowing corn growth tN
weather in Flor in some central counties Cotton -
Ida during moat of the week and peanut planting still underway .
just ended Temperature di; tome early planted
played little day.to-day varia fields up. Some corn is ye tto .
lion Daytime !highs reached the be planted in wed Florida To Ve, ,e
low We at most peninsula l inland bacco i i8 growing Supplemental e ,.,,,eor
point after midweek.. fertiliser has been applied octant P,OJ c6tcM4-
This was tilt first general 90 to some tobacco fields Small i \mp \ \
degree weather In Florida thLyear. grains are progressing toward every "''y Son9S
Increasing cloudiness maturity for Fam
moved into the northern and LIVESTOCK AND PAS cut.priced Apri13O
western srcai late in the week TIRES: Pastures In west Florida Ytitrsdallr ,
and scattered. showers were noted are making good growth _h..rtC. ,
on that dste There was UtIle in response to adequate moisture Sale 5t"- I
or no rain reported in the and warm temperatures
central and southern area dur- Pasties In most areas east and
lag tV entire week The showery south of Tallahassee are needing .
weather moved into the moisture and growth has GrantsownPENNLEISH'PREMIUM
central and southern sections been slowed. Localised showers -
on Saturday and Sunday Showers occurred over much of State 7:1 QUALITY
were quite widely scattered late In the week and have Improved V : : .
and mostly light but did bring soil moisture conditions
welcome relief to the areas offeeted eomew.hat. Fertilizers have been I AK\ SHORT-SLEEVE STYLES
Showers continued in t te applied to some pastures Con- t\I-1
western counties on both days dition of livestock continues to FOR STUDENTS AND MEN
Some showers were locally improve r
heavy with scattered points VEGETABLES: Hot. dry
measuring more than 3 Inches weather continued throughout
in 24 hours Pensacola reported peninsular Florida the put
nearly T inches in a 24.hour /period week It was generally conduc
Temperature remained i ive to maturing of vegetable !:
near to lightly above the sea crops but will possibly curtail Sa&$24/J.
tonal normal in all area on potential production, if no rain \
toth days. occurs soon Irrigation Is be
CITRUS: Many groves have coming more active where -
been kept in very good conJi available.
tins through the widespread REGULARLY 2.99
\Use of Irrigation Dry weather ah
continued unabated through the IMCC Selects
78rd and serious moisture shortages .

were developing In some A. Woven Cotton Iroaddoth lhlrt JacJr
groves Since the 24th scattered -

shower activity, varying Finalists ForScholarships Adjustable elde-taba. give rim At
from trace to over an Inch ha>
provided the first natural relief HI-boy collar, cheat pocM
In almost a month. Every drop Automatic washable, keep At always
was beneficlf' and locations. Popular vertical stripes' I Siara 8.M.LR.
mostly In crural interior, that
teceived one-half inch or bet- S
ter are ter. jranly Improvedbut Finalists to compete for the
with Dacron' Knits
Cotton
polyester :
not to the extent of stopping iwo $2,400 college scholarship
irrigation award H annually In Polk County SANFORIZED COTTON WALK Pullover style, S button front
Caretaking., other than Irri by International Minerals & .
gallon, has been mostly disking Chemical Corp will be selected SHORTS OR DECK PANTS Jtallan-.tyl. collar
and Monday the phosphate a Wash-hang-wear, so easy to cart<< for
spraying Pruning operations company
continue and some announced today. Sixty a Tan, white, blue a Sura S.M.LMan's
groves, in the worst damaged graduating senIors, representing KEEP BOYS COOL AT PLAY
areas, that have not shown recovery l .every high school area in ItrolgM-Tsa Ivnglsusei .1,11
are being pushed anJ the county, have applied for the
reset. 1964 awardsThe A
Late type oranges have not two winners will becho.en Sale 1.74It
been too adversely: effected by from the finalist alterpersonal
dry weather and quality con interview on May 11
tlnues to be very good. Harvests .
by a special scholarship committee
( In full swing a* processors The committee this *
yes Y
.
Handsome
Talk Shorts woven tarpoon
volume increase Late bloom
la composed of President F T
Vslenciss plaids of 100 combed cotton a Mercerized fort
particularly in mid Lenfestey of Polk Junior Col. % v r 1
die :3nterior area, will prolong (te,.,,representma the. public t lastingJusttf. .*1 Ivy.M'continental e 8-18 IImID ;
picting, a* most operations are 1. F Cillen of the county school .. ahem:
,
Including them with regular staff; Bryon Shiver and Gerald I Deck Tant.New trim tapered styling
bloom. harvest Use of grapefruit Fields, IMC employe represt with split cuff 100% long wearing cotton twill DENIM SURFERS )
mostly from east coast, J+
lives 0 T. StuUman and W
; Smart cord belt a Newest colon e 6-18
continued a alight weekly define S. Chambers, company members S-T-RET-c-n TO FIT
j
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FIELD CROPS: Soil moisture leyl'Wrop-orewnd Sunglasses9' YOUR EVERY MOVE -
conditions are mostly adequateto Highest in the number of applications ,
surplus from Tallahasseewest were the Barlow and
but generally short or becoming Mulberry areas with to each I
short elsewhere except Auburndale has three applicants \I
where localized showers occurred Fort Meade six Frost Sale 2.97
over the week-end Mot proof one, Haines City three. ,
Kathleen five Lakeland nine
Lake Wales four, and Winter REGUUXLT J.99
Haven nine. Lakeland applicants (
s C.
include two members of 1
IImDI
the new Santa F. School
High
e Three styles In cotton and nylon ,
INGSWOODI first graduating class.
CranfsosrnGRANTOCS a Choose side tipper, button front or
Begun in 1947, the IMC Polk
: : County scholarship awards are : tipper fly front designse /
based on scholastic achievement >: SANFORIZED Navy sand or white, .. Mlawe" to IS

IPROTT, JR. demonstrated leadershipas N.new.e.neWngbn.s.1.0. 0 a ;
students and adult citizenship t DENIM JEANSSae77c s / '
STATEREPRESENTATIVE potentials 7
Winners rut year were Miss
Robin C Hood of Lake Wales i"
and John C Russell of Fort
Made.Let's :
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Keep A BusinessmanIn GIRLS' WASN-EASY COTTON H


Folk's Delegation. Reinforced UCiUW1Y1.00 longer wvare JAMAICA SHORT SETS rtYktk :

Automatic washable cotton
Activa-play comfort
a 7 ,a.. P..:. e An around elastic wait Sale 1.67

Navy, blue,grey,Un n01F5
Burs 2 to 7 110 ANDS
RIOUURIY .1.99 '

a.w-.........., D. NO BUTS
*.*... IfyU----- '*ir s
C Sanforised.meterriaul washable cotton
Side, back tippere.; aide labs; poriela 1AIUI&CM4I
Short, roll-up slxvoa and aleeveUaaa ILsilnl/.
TriM.1l1 ahorta. tailored sMrta; M4 Hypes

CMs' W,*,.,*....-d Svc/I.esai' _-.39
MIttTSMs

14tq ImDI r


STURDY COTTON
tq W /

TV SWEATSHIRTSFOR i .4 ,SAVE $5<

CHILDREN twb>dy ( c,.,.,......

a' I'SIS'' COOL CASUALS f

Sale 94 WITH SMART ROM TRIM


HGUUAT 11tTV t.e pC clued, sVtt .**..*.., ltbbee. 2k11
..... wt Ah evls.aieal.'aww'e..t /
e )4a 14Nr. anfl ewfcssM4 .....
t'eag4ala4y elerakie Oafcird afc..an ....... .... 4kII RJttfUAlY 199 i I
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ELECT
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BEN HILL GRIFFINYour



State Senator I s 9 osq f s a49w tN M MAce SOOTMUSTfUUWWTHKATW 4L]! i

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i Twenty Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEV CHIEF- WINTER I HAVEN, FLORIDA

__ __h_____________ ___ _._ : __ Thursday. April 30. 1964







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( I) Announcement I ((2)) Help Wanted I ((6)) Special Services ; ((10)' ) Articles For Sale ((12)) For Rent, Furn. I ((12)) For Rent Furn.



Sportswe.r I i P WOMEN LAWN MOWhR REPAIR AI'ItVln. p., 'H dAt.15: 11"01 rrctndlllanede 2 liFDKOOM lurnlahed house -- 4 ROOM apartment 0

WILHV RICHARD CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST .'.da' "c''-s. air rundllkners and Located In BE aectlon between Bt, Lake Alfred Jl.t. Adalu
lets :asth lit. NW ..
.
I ?" I I +, n Easy Terms. LainMbiit aid Olin Beaaley 3V-TF
by over SS vrttk ......... person .HI: I.I.IIWORTH APPLIANCES JIll R.-nll, ('u 8J4 Slh Sweet, NW only ;

allty can earn |M to >HO a weak ..rd RNW. 21-"., II CY 1..757 BXF

CataliBaWhik contacting established Avon ((6-A) Animals & iupp'ie' LOCAL SERVICE BE COOL- --thla summer--Big dier -- ------ LOVELY lake, New 3-bedraom furniture duplex Adolte, OB BOpeta

customer. Bxptrlsnes uooeceisary I" I.unt on all 1 O E and MME*- EXCLUSIVE AREA month '
lIi\.r'J16. .00 CY 11110 3-TF
StagVoyager Spl fjina. ELLSWORTH. StO JM' VIEW OF LAKHS il :
1Mit OTIS Its room. air conditioned.
MAUR: BOXKR: Stud &'''' .,. -
All electric
14000 with l NS
RI, stored fawn 4k while SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME ; lJT ruCljj-; ;: Early Amart fagleby Dr after 6 00 garage 30-4 OARAGE APARTMENT' Modernaecond
Write P.O. Box 1395 or CV MMI. 38-TP can dlklnc I1MNFermi ___ h_p__m_ ___ floor. Suitable for ooupla
Ic --- Iowrtr.l. : Mud be
-- late. Day
aa arseap
call 682-4137 Lakeland. POODLE; : TRIM 600, PUppyC iVar..huuw runtltura Salai weep I-DICIJIlOOM. apartment Ground CY ....11. 114 Ave. C, NE UTFJBEDROOM '
Shapelyat *. ".00 at {MINIS PINK I CALL TODAY Strmt NW X4-3D ra r 5'16... I., NE.!: I1.TF
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POODLB: 8AUN Phone 3W-17SK
2(1 tor ipolntment 17 TF II(10( PER DAY rental for Bactrte S.CIDCYt.. air eke.dltioned -
_. C.rpat puroll_ FURNISHED 3 room duplex 1'V. Near North Oth
--- -- --
--
of Blue t.. nJo n Sao Hartlo Adulln No nela Excellent nelitiborhood and Orbit" ..ottI. 11IO
YOl'NG MEN, fulfill l your mill FOR SAL ('Hli AP 2 Kwr wllh I. HEARING AIDS WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL wan, *2IC CY S-4WM or CY SSU41TTF: Il.. NWbeach.. CT ...... 5-T'!
uJ1lvr'A liry oWlati B with only six lamb Aakln* UOOO .per rwe .
r with Iambi AnlmalK In exrrllxntnrallh i ICIER :.. For cheek; ;
months active duty Return for Call CY 4-im 2NHOWeoley r oreameM al.,nature furnleheti apartmentw
nice with your local Marina -- --- -- -. POL* Hc.A.U%,; CENTER: CHAIRS (or rant AIM other purpoaai also claUac FOK HOUSES" APARTMENTS < Lake Silver Drive. Summer rate
'I' COTTAGE SHOP Coker; Uldl v5 drJ 81 NW Ho'pital Beds. Crutcnaa. Walki ta-n .. aaaia l00eUI Furalahed UnturnlahedHO MB,00 a month, Call CY M7TO orCY
unit Call\
836-1911
Reserve P071: Monkryi Spider Vboiio JSl-teU Coraaodea Godfre '. Rentals Urn +a STAR PRESS Phase CY8721 ,00 and up ATKINS REAL MHO t-TT
9t4/ 0 c\preitt Gardens Road ramps, for details .lIotdt.,., Peklnxrai.,, Miniatureodlw SALEM SUtVICERSPA1KS : CY 1-3411: 175 *ve, A. NW. 16-TF ISt Ave A, NW TT ESTATE 130 Ave E A Julia St. i
Herman Bh" hnidn Fox S.E 7-May A ,
Open HAM 'til 7 P.M. ..__ June 30 I Terrier X..,.';mrrr "8|>anlf>l. Par UA'fTl.RIIIlI"T" ONE bu cement mi-IHP;; : FOR RENT furnlahed" lakefront
----. -- rol. Parakeeta, Mynah Hlrdi Hametrra AUTO SERVICE Hrllllro-ltl't toa en lne Good eondltlon cotton MS 00 per month, CY
.. HOI'TlSileaman, a.. 21 to SBPipfit Guinea Pla. Tropical Fl.h CY 440n. 11'. FURNISHED apartments for "' All S-OTT7 30-3
I"PSI 11'I ,
\ 1\ tout and working
iceman in with Couplet menutllltlei
1\ III I nil ,II,,.. II..mrlowtl ,.... b' xi"" rl 'ncp man. Apply at aalfi 1MB or Mh route St. etc DO'I'Y' Po FARM Pf'\JI A A .p.1 G.RDIIN O\Ippll.BUP1'LV. Iy- VACUUM CLEANERS 4-5ft -Rooms-of Ftna- Furniture- furnlahed. Summer rateaCYJMM1 !

",Ji'. 11. 1>" i 1 Ihn I Wlliiei HaxenN NW 75< pm. to 1:00: pm. KMth It SW 2524720. DOUGBAuthorlMd Take oar paymanta aa low aM 30-1 3 YEAR old a-bedroom CB house
Inly.' i Lliicl Special I I'IaoW. I'h 'no CY >4!W. 104MM 211 H' par wack Include range, AiMtrlc ----- with and
,''I, mm, mllu (j :JO call CY .ARTS 4 SUiVICE for Kirby. Factory Service OneChatl.r rafrliarator all 1 Ilka new' WINTER HAVEN'S FINEST one Location .7n'rtlI =dam-'Js<
TF HANirprofcraMv OrnarklM Hoover Eleoirolux and all other. ePymouth a Lancer Tnka all or part.. SAVE UP TO bedroom .:.r conditioned all alec after 7'00 p m or Bartow UMUM
Inn experience. Year rouajdk ,. Valiant tlOOOO WAREHOUSE trie IMPERIAL APARTMENTS: from 1:10 to S SO .
To Or Trade j -ckup, delivery and aatt FLOYD : a.m. : p m on
7)) ROBERTS
MOTHER'SDAY ur, will be. working In a ae.. Buy :.:oee RIBYNOLDS VACUUMI.ANKR 621 Sixth. It. SW MOTORS iSS-4101 I V'HNITURK SALES &I *lh Street Mt Ave H. 8E: 2W4it7 3-TF week d.,.. 21-1
.. /*. NW. Jt.IO ------
vln- partinent Apply <
I !
.SERVICE: PhonelMay .
; 17 MayUPHOLSTERING 11
I'uok, S.-rvlce Manager. nnekneyIM.mobnc --- --
SPECIAL CY 30152 I (1PREHN GARDENSAPAKTMIIIT
. (: ; IT TT WE I1LY uaod ."plla"" .. and fut I ROOMS of fine furnltuK Include ; FIRST FLOOR apartment Walking
Creme Cold ---- -- -- -- -- n lure and we aril sand appllanri 4 place aactlonal. refrlfaratorranm Furnlahod bedroom apartment dlatance town I.k. Clean quiet.
II i and furniture,I.rook* AppllanceaFurniture POOLS a ptooaa In all Tak a r conditioned, Cloaa to town antiIakv Yearly rat. 16000 monthly Ml
Wave FORMER MARINES, receive : 5. MM Harandale SWIMMING over paymaWJ IS M per week. Lea Howard CY 4-1 Mi. 3TIMODERN Ave B NW. 1TF
four (4)) days pay each month ; Blvd than 1 month st't Warehouse Furniture -- ---
SaTea. Bt, NWJr.D .
bedroom
duplex Stove
for week-end diill 7E rfOLanUUto( BXP .
one Regular --- -- ,
$8.95 SWIMMING POOL COV8TRUC and refrigerator Oarage aIn. 12.A Sate
For
:RT RWlXISHIfO Compotefabric : Rent
credits toward retirement plus L: BCFKIOERATORSRan soLon monthly 281 Ave D BE ) or
((0)| ) Aufomo lvo TON and KJ4PA1R. Financing MUctlon WOLFE IPfOLSTERY -.. Waahra Dryers
Mrt Carlton the addod earning power of two avaMM I. W R, Helma: Oan- SHOP, 214 Avenue A.n.M.y A;: CwdltloMn' Racondl- CY--3-4255- -JM

week summer camp in California oral U> a-efrtlllllll Contractor 1' 17-May Call HPermanent s LE CY M 10 De\:Night. 21 toned.. fully' guaranteed Tarmar FINNISH II' UNFURMSHFD FOR HEM OR HALE)

'Complete with haircut and in August Call 836-1111, : .\.' ,n:.IANCW aa.t& aid. Up.Lake JOHNSON Alfred ROOMS FFFKlhMII-S:Nlr.: burg,'and alr\1/it tome, BED-- I Neatbedroom, ::, I"'I Family neighborhood room:

atyilng"CARLTON Tampa. for detalli eleitl Beautiful I Inehee. marble of concreteand hank' Home ?h '.1. 17M1B NlUa I11IS1IO18TI' C.'nnrnenll;; &: :located m Old' Pmtal' I '.,.,'..r .Jlh..olIw. section Call
June |0 no ...lnllllL.n.v.r needa wale Improvement Budding C38853 nr < tM167 I ,44 j. for appointment 24-30
SOUTHEAST chats e, 14 I..... .In aounlir -TF

BEAUTY SALON 1101''fkrEI'F.R; 'ANn:1I: Ji' Call CVPRKSB anytime P001,1 CT 8-79M ,IJ' -A) Boats & MotorsFOR
,.'. t", I hoar) furnished plu. tie 1 7 11PAII: itl-riACE!: PAINT.I .
Southeast Plan ,Inl' per week White wonrnn 11) ..11 t) fat FKKK: L8TIMATE O H.
14 ynnr. old Kingly I CALL : RAY,. contractor after 5:00 I'm|
A cr new I\I"T; MM;: bat A\c O SB: M I 3S3-US3 t-Mty i SALE: 1 Pontoon with IS HP GILMORE PONTIAC
MOVING
STORAGE Johnson practically new.
t Open Evenings NERD i ;.*....J ambit loua paler; or In excellent motor condition 1501I 00. I
. men who would be Inter- 1902 DODGE LANCER "770" 4 TREE SERVICE 14 Flberglaai boat with 162 10
j 26-TF .Iiafn earning extra money In THREE IVOHY BROTHERS HP Johnson motor excellent condition 11th ANNIVERSARY SALE
DR. Std Trans Rill
,
.par* time, An ._II..nt opportunltv MOVING COMPANY I3UOOO. Rainbow Trailer
I for houwwlvea We train Call One owner All 'IIIH ALLIED: VAN LINES: Park, Ave 2 A Hoover Rd BE:,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY rn H4M. soiConiullanla CY .,133. 118-80
Local Long pittance TRIMMISC CAVITY DEM088I.NO : *
; 1961 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 Mtlni Btorace CABUNO, RE BETTING
In Roil LUZIER COSMETICS Call Collect 53 .7 45arvhouae Complete eleen-up Fro EillmateeCfll IX PLYWOOD Boat and trailer.
I We train and turnlnh DR. P.S., PB, R&H, low .: Off,-Bartow Air Beet LIKE TREE: SERVICE Otla Drlv We're To Sell
.
Lake
1100 00 lea West Going
kit Write luiler Box :2006, Orlando mileage IT-Apr 27 CY I-4KHM, 13-May 11 27-May ,

Air Condition _94-30 I960 RAMBLER CLASSIC Sta.
TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL WANTED: Boat trailer for 14 Runabout .
WANTED I Experienced welderA Wgn A/T/ R1H Extra Painting Papering I to I 00 .m.
| ply American Steel Fence CoJ110 .: I 00 a m : 28S40M2MO p 75 USED CARS
Harendale Blvd I9H3t4. S8.IO clean 94-1583 After 1:00: p m.
NOW! Repairing JORDAN TV
1 HARP GIRLS or Bay for curb I
1958 RAMBLER STA. WON J9S-M03
! : witire" Alma 1 dlfpatcher Apply For the Fasted TV Service ft n HP Johnson, -
14 Runabout
Doc N Suda 28-90 I I.I Overdrive, R&H I. J. MCCOY Quality wcrknmnahi In Tha South Oator' tilt trailer 136000, C' IN MONTH OF MAY
.
, ,' loot clean and reaaonablf AH Green >*.
Checklitt( of 8 Stamp. 4-1022 -
,A MECHANIC No other needap 1960 CHEVROLET Ton P.U. Phone Cl6(80. Ul 4thStreet 1TF i
Whol. House Air |'ly Salary plua commlealon Jan.Thy I VIII... It.Tr "Summer Here Think Air Condition"
extra ckan .
Apply United Motor Service. (30
Conditioning Benefit ;Ave, B. NW M-May mROvxxxxxrEM (I1-A) For Rent, Unf.
DAY NURSERYJACK
'" 1959 FORD 2 DR. Sta Wagon ALUMINUM '
KTrD-
63 Bonneville
You feel bitter 6 Cyl, Std Trans, R&li, Stay Wgn. $3,595
You eat bittarVail : I Room; A >Board> furnlahed nlna 3 BEDROOM: >> unfumlehed hoin., ,
.!.. I 110 IKI per wmk Married white 34000 MilesRovd JILL NURSERY: Kitchen I BEASLEREALTY
better equipped
Ve. .. _.".... alee ale roman!" Call CY 9-4U3. _K-t ,.. aereen Encloeurea eCaraorta. 1 Month I Yen Up CO, 134 'I1i: ,., NW. C" Power S. WIndow. Steering, Brake F A. Ilk. new
Vour home la draft.trieNeee e AweMoe .WwMov Monday through Saturday J5.Tr '
la ..al.d autSveryena ( f rt'u b iertg *. T i5r dtti.rei,' e(.IMer. 133 A... 0. SB _v. I. 63 Tempest Sedan
F.was 11.1011 ,et ,In.I |2-BJ) Loam $1,000' Up f> AUTMrir&irDISCOUNT CY I-16U OOM IIn e4 use h _ $1,895 :
tJu.I plants" ,row .tll. I "" INC. Air Conditioned NE ." ISO.W a month Call
Dust I. kept wtuda' Motors] Let Ueorce DoOft'" 24TFLAWN CY .1'3113. .....10SI'JIIEMUF.R Qrl.*, one owner nice. 2 to choose from
I la 'ketter natured. A"e. A Sth St. SW $34SMMM
Healthful Indoor l tllmata I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY tour "I> die Oral,, SS '
y
Ma tilt atraln on aldar folk!. SW SERVICELAWN 63 Chev. 4 Dr. Sd. $1,995
221 Slh M, CY 3.4101
"..,I.torv treublta I'>ri'HMNHM. : ) .
alleviated AeARTRKNTaWinter
v... May borne mare. MortgageLoans 30.3 SWAP SHOP Havana beet aelectlon: I VI, Ex Sharp, like new, low Mi
You antartaln eases. -- -- SERVICE! TREE SUP rooms. kitchen equipped electric:
..,I..d. eney v,a.tlna you EON I LANDSCAPING heat ,.....*. JS31! Are B NW2BEDROOM '63 Pontiac 4-Dr.

Children say home mare. $1000 and Up ePBEDOMBlBH I'acliomol.rCnmnlete I w E Bl V BFI.L TRADE any 8ODDIV 1 JAMBS E R6A'? 4 13-TI _ $2,595
(lawar
Cleaning bllla era nervier and new cablea : thin n1 imbue COCKER MOLE SONS. NURSfcRY Writ Boa ---- -
Wood eraeK do. .an't warp and Talk to ui L a. J Venice. IM Mh It.. SW SWAP* alto IS Hwy IT Eagle tl Waverly 1S-ZS P.S.. P.B.. one owner. See this car. .
: duplex apartmentWater
CY 4-4SH J-TF .., ,
Oraatar raaile value,, about I. CY Wl57 S-May 4 furnished month
.m. 14600 a
'fourprobl.m. '
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!. 1M4 C1AI.AXIE BOO XL S-door I CAMP TRAILERSCAMP Call CY 3-M71 In Lak. Bhlpp area(0-1 II 62 Corvair Monza $1,695

NO APPRAISAL FEE Sport Coupe. 4-apeed. tranamlaal RCOFING
FEDDERSWarl11 >n, 427 ..nI..du'l fours, bucket GARDEN GROVE I bedroom "'MO F/A Extra Sharp
ON ....1.1 Call 3SMMS after ft 30 p.m.25May I TRAII.BR8 for rent or sal.. 2 bath Florida room dra..... '

'. ........ Solll", FIRST MORTGAGES 4, lHlIDJNTIAI, COMMER'CIAL : Supply limit i>d, Reeeriyour garage. fenced 111000 month 111Btevenaon 62 Ford Fairlane $1,495
FORD Air conditioned 1M1Wr .
FIRST MORTGAGI INDUSTRIAL. New dale now Johnson Appllancaa.Nlghw.y CY 3-1511 1-< "" _
WIt.1e H... >' clean Falrlane' BOO, Woo ,w'wk a repNh. d all T Lake Alfred S7J11NItMay .
Air Cadltl..lseATTKISSON. CORP. Firm WOOD CY S-K47 SH-SO UALSPORF ROOrtNu. 0D. 11 '500' SD. One owner, Low Ml
of I 30tt: : Dundee Rd. 2031437JSMajr house
WINTER IIAVFN 3 YEAR old "bedroom. CB
FOR SALE 1NO Chevrolet aadIMS '
5111 Control Ave? CY 3.5151 Punt lac, Swat 166 Ave B. SWJSMey 14 with caniortt, and Florida room 62 Corvair $1,395
Location Lake Alfred STa-lW
4 PAINTING n _ _
after 7:00 p m. or Bartow 33-.L34
I.tf lo92iVOLRAWWLN 1 W.. One PLASTERING ram I So a m. to It3u p,m. enweek "700" 4-DR.. OM owner See At
wner New tire' *, Radio. CleanS day M-l:
Heating & Cooling i Situation <... at Sierra Court Motel.. Hwy Morel.I1TFRIOK H Clean a" KXTIHIOR!::Halntmc Contractor --- '62.Chev. 4-Dr.

((3)[ ) Wanted 17 North _- SSIUIVI IIAKDKOTF; Ilii-l.-r, MARBLE : FKTK )ESTIMATES! 1 3-BEDROOM: house. Jaloualediwrch Impala $1,895

III'K'K Riviera Hardtnp 4< (..> I, koTB: f". r xi''rl 111' wall. swimming I SATISFACTION( i;t'ARANTEEOCall l enclosed garave. 1 t-bed-
Call CY 3-0289 mllea Runa fin. TranamleaMNi pool. II R BROWN IY I 2II'17 DRNlKht'" 1H14th room block, newly painted lnaldPermanent HT Equipt Looks New
HAN with '..err maw would IIMe to I 1-(WM 31.TF Si 8t: wlnlr Haven 3l lenanta Lake Ida C13M76
harm job HII umn" r Mr noyd. juat nilitCHd. by 2d203loll.00I I i 304 '
SIM (XI rash 62 T-Bird H.T.
164 Balm A -- $2,695
SW :IT-May :1: .
--- --- Iib $ FOB RENT _ _
o IN GARDEN GROVE New 4
House Trailers AUTOMOTIVEParts. Articles For Salt bedroom home. large family room All Power Beautiful cr at
((10)
( Business )
.21. 5)) |((9)[ ) Opportunity drapea, dining room, JH bath, I 6 '

-- -- --- -.--_. 0 Service car garage KiertrW door, air conditioned 62 Grand Prix $2,6951
AL."')HOl.l-8 ANONYMOUS . JOHN a WOOD. Real _ _
aVU4TMevtlno SPHIS! ,. CI.J: RANCE: Murllt2 unite. I yore old FOR SALE Hg-ll( All amateur Eatate 2M-M3I 293-3517 3W
Bui "UI Mobil* Hem.it Wholesale Retail S7JJU SUt)00jw.. Bee Uo-. meter band rvcrlvnr ,4 ycara oldkm -- Fun Power. A/C One Owner B
County: Health i.psrllnrnl: Dualera Otf* all".i i" Winter Haven, CY ....,1.t.TJ. never asodl> CY 3-t6l' -30 3-Bedroom [LAKEFRONT home with
-- ---- -- -- fireplace bath .00 '
and tit 31UO
II) x W WMW par
10 40 5l 5.110tl'DrJ Complete Stock --'-- -- -- -- -- -- SEWING MACHINEIREP088N8SEDI month, North Sierra Court Motel, 62 Ford Sunliner Conv. $1,895
j8rtft" Trallara 6196,*) and up : Hwy, 17 StTFand .
'' Jtictlryttt ( Kl,:ACH TRAILER SAI.ri, DELCO BATTERIES RJlrf.r.TIOII: SHGU., ,INI DIAL 0 JotU'IC SWING ---- Beautiful Just
lit Hwy M W DuPONT PAINT ha* new HBCDLK. automatic teuton central J.8WROO\l:\ duplea lake Dod
Bank llnaaclnc al ., I''under con-t matte* at 0owkeaat makes ButtonholM mono ben h kitchen 1 am llanraa' '
Third Street. SWH ....y 7 WALKER MUFFLERS i Plus.rdma.Mlid pin* Ceatar. Crureea atlUhaa ITS 00 nvmh: No pen: CY 3-0713 61 Cadillac 4-Dr. HT. $2,995
Block South o( Poet OHMS .. --- ---- ------ & JACKS .1I1't. CnnM. r=..nn'IICL': ; : HJ hllUr.o.: 00rh I..Tr .
QmaUIr Walsh ss4 null.EHH TOR ALB OR RENT Shall Oft Ca. tomy.rtu. Pa",m.ate M 00 pf' month. -- .- -----
N.w ur tool Arerr'e Trailer. S QUAKER !STATE! OIL I..I RIe Call CY S-4M4! Full Power F A. J new liven, Looks new
Jewelry Repair. nark J4m, lluimdale ...,. WAGNER BRAKE PARTS Winter Haven TWO THREE bedroom homaa lot

e' ___.n_ e GATES BELTS & HOSE |11|((10)) Artic.ei For Sale __ *May 1 [ I rent -fall:; Chuck ft CO B FroemkeBCHOENTIIALFR 3946131 '61 Chev. Belair 4-Dr. $1,395You

I Ii.MaylT FOR FAMOUS KNAPP-IHIOKI I after a p.m 9/a1/1L 30-3
MOBILE UMNOAT : ---- -
/
Bargain Table Call must tee At
ITS BESTN111 COMPANY TUCK HA RAMON APA.RT'iTi: DUPLEXES .
WRECKINO
ROKATO -
'
ho lor eats, elate doer; floor- CY MiTMOYCI 1 2 h..lrx>ma. 140-ISO to sea A 61 Ford Galaxie 4-Dr.
SWIM .11% II m"I Ili I IS'' I 111'0,u' 0 tt 11 12Mm Specials inn t indow Venattaa MMa. pipe.luml .. I1Moy II i''up HF> ABI EY REALTY COm $1,695Power
\ .. ..' ..r, all ...... All mierMami I _ES 01..- .it St NW CY 3-1787 2VTF
wa A Bays Shade
.V ae> af UM 11''''' r' muanf melernrralaflU at Central ....... School CY low wall water I F'A, Bon ft'. clean
,: ,;.: : Save To 50 3-0(14 .-May 4 wimp
U" 1I al. n. Up % '
FINEST( POOLS :, ,, '" I wooors SWAP SHOP '
For
h lay r 'meih bin -- -- Hwy M FR 1-1457 12)) Rent Furn. 61 Buick LeSabre 4-Dr.
We a. I I I In" ,nit molt 6N $1,795
art sw taking :" 'I'AI.M 82,5M e a e I FMOBBi1 Any ilae.I. ;,
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t appUciUiMi far I lhah 4 'HH, \ I, \,l T Ju* 1110050II I n PRI !iG .. .,
imtor .! aorlk FREE DELIVERY "."II': TRIll AOP 11I1 Aw WASHEIWIRYER m .1. eon- i I 110O.' Duoetowa eoe..lcotot. Fun Power FA Sharp Car
"I" : 'nll'krH1m:. .n dittos to a lpoa4 .. ,
.n ry 40011 10. no 33-TI
f r aear -'tNK1-; : .1 wreS CY..16A
FAMILY POOLMembenhlD' H ,, \I ..I. Rod. --- Ma SM M '.. NW lOumall' '
Shona.BUNDY aw 60 Ford Sla. Wgn. $1,295F
BCYI0 .
I VAUGHN & STY A 4 OM CHAU Dt LAKES. 1 3-bad-
'III at .I nhaw rtUTE: awmnd by
room mined Claaaand
Far farther tafarmiOeeirfceaw (|5.Mcv') '9 & Storage v o'n. prln M Mosses achool ..... MO.W ReUaway eomr..,obit 3.cattagea...00..... mo ao
(,' in tcrr Ids In Ike Waatlrul Gas beds |9.00 tad OMe Ia"h Mcyrk i S. till, ,,. mchKl d. SIERRA
CY I. 7TI WRIGHT den ul (iatkmaaa*. 4 adJHoly IBM 17 W. Slam Court MnML COURT M" n:L. CY els034TI 60 Pontiacs 4-Drs. HTS
,, 'n road Must he aem to apftwrt- Hwy IT North 3M $1,395
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t"'rem. t on 'flrlnt aar1ee tin 44174'VMntr ;
U Sill. t l. NW CY &YM0 tJoT" NEW douMa dreaaaf and mirror '6 VILIArdVFGARDENAPARTMENT I :
Call Fully equipped, F A
Motel all r>" "' In< ""da J to choct from
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.0 .iw .11 I 11II Main 14-TT 3011 \&IN. dMtlea. ehall'a etc 11.011... !1 a MOTOR LOIMB., Hwy 17 60 Ford Sunliner $1,295Si
Warehouse yurnnun IIaIet 12 I terra., STPt .
IPRINTERSCOMMERCE ItI. IL HW 601 '

((1.1.) Instructions 61 Special CervicesWtater i PIBCE eempMe early Amart.rtu a8)A.II.bear real Mat and Cp. It's lust new

0 ((8[ -A) Business Property I ttla. room MM I talus .leaa. MOl moMk Edgar' THalej. Ma.y More 63'.. '62'., ''''I T. CM| ... From
N t ctialra eels and I kkmoa UN M. R.UP| CY 3-443SCY 3 iMP1UVATI
t"t ("1"I'I' Warehouse Pvmmire Salaa 76/9
II\ A .. 59'S As Low As
Ma Dradlaa: C- I U AS Straal. NW 9443 _ $595
all (/po OeaMaeraaa l & Office Rental | __ __ > hniraam wttk bath Fu"alakad '
LEARNTO Il.N0Nial draft ia g amy ritaaj nta. < Mas a varkMUfcinaa. : uarwom bow a SB.da 58'S As Low As _ $395
ttwhe4tea 0....._ INDUSTRY Not tea a twlwl .. e. CY i nA after 4 en pna SMSUK
OrSwe ill.? CY I4 J MODERN S paneled alt cotxU- j rw bay, AU alaaaAcraaa and ...... : 'ir*, 'StVt, '55', Te cheese From
REPAIR honed om< I II. GovtIN..INTI A--Ja. teem CuanlaiaTMR << We.. i'nrdlw y sad beach -
TALL COME SEE
c DRA.. A/D men secounlsotsIswrcrs. tal c.a c. U-Tr bpasnte ,,5.041 MR55en p 4 kC THESE IEAUTIFUL CARS
ISM ructnc L1MlA71oWO WM sSI1...ae finance etc Ample --- ---- a I.rtlal 1195 Av. JLJVINO I

And ........ -lI NW*;;rY::;;; ? J| Mr. IMM"4:::: parking la rttr Located at SS R Mats TOJSOO .I Old no WUM BOISE. Hawa REMEMBER Your Best Deals In

..Mr SSt A Thud St aw scrod hID Rd i TtMMIw* M>.... Soft drinks n. at wIb k.rbaeptb.dOso"
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T st.au.Wp .. ... and ** r any the *d and wits tw10 beds OF MAY
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..... <' anxiM' MAI. I AMCMitaiAMI laagr payk. x ". UIr: "n .49150 1 WtOan none. '.pal. .r c.aldyew.
864stIlE. A0Mrnrwdiw0 qWN Mti!
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(12-C) Mortgage Loans ((13)) Real Estate For Sale I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ( ) (I}) Real Eat... For Sale i ((13)) Real Estat. For Sale I ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale


RetirementSpecial I 3MBDROOM. a-bath ....lIt... ovea OH CK4Il'I' or LAW ".. 4kdrs.on OWN KM TNAHmrKBABDiavadroom
Trade In .Mtl image. Small down ..,.... a balk ...*... SW hour. largr loti porn
B sad UMM mortian Pmyment. aamead pore*, double carport ty ctoaet apace, patio. near lak.
Mortgage Money !! 8 No Qualifying at m 01 month Call aSMSW alt.r daok WeatiM. Uke El>,.. Hoover in nkf Mctlon Small down pay
i 5.10 ,.m. .1Fu..ALK MM*. nr M740 C Y i-oaat -Tr mont morua W 00 p. r
Cods Are Different I' -- month III.. Ave NW it3LAKRrilONt :
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BR, L|. Florida Room one ---
: 2 Bedroom CB home, fenced L|. utility one year oM I lane SALE 0* LKASKdroonie .
BY OWNXH |14 bath 510- MM DOWN
U your 'home ouali- I back yard tile bath. living- AVAILABLE NOW I mutt 1M this houe Only IMuWIIW new eolontal .home Coenor irml beat and air" rondlllonlncI MAholc.ON S Bedroom.. Florida room. cre..
flee for a 25-year 5.% lot ev.Naklng! .Lame BlbertMB : ....'.tlcla 33411K1P0939355D III porch' built ,In oven 4. ran*..
room paneled :
: screen poreh.I for this nice six '
room
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Ut SO let
Interest rate loan without Two 4 Bedroom nwllon IS baths carpetdrap I l>'too Mortgage,
I Kitchen equipped good location. Three 3 Bedroom *. $ 50 down will handle *.. emtml neat a air rontf- -- --- arable ligi oo per month afc*
service charge, Beu4b Lake Deer Or CV '
any Only S7.500. Good termi. a Allen Dowd at Tract office llsa..K electric bulll-tn incaen HUMKS Law M77I aft
Three t BedroomAir r 4:00 p m TTrLAKKrHOIT
why ihouldn't you bene WH $': OY 144m day monthpaymonl.. Modern CB I
W Central call 2941408 fte'a
or
fit from the laving Conditioned ,.CT lani s pm SO-Tf I 4 1 bedroom rout ruction: fMrtmrtI
r 5 P.M.JOHN. 'V 4-SSII or MS4B4 Kvra. A/0. LIXIBV!
.nore and more people Beasley Realty Co. .... ...
,
) : I.y.aMI FIRST MOMTUAoiIOHP II you l kina. fir lakrfr nt
art using our promot I i or rumiDA, art .Mama with all ih nklittle. eiinu.
134 6th 8NW CY S 2TS7KM ,5 G. WOOD Til ( U>NK I.KTATKMAKR -- --- 55UCHUI'K H rROKMKKCHOKNTI1AI
courteous: mortgage services -
OIFKMOMMT I IIKOROOM : bam. .r;H 4 CO to M-r this
no obligation & ASSOC., Inc.Developer.Bnltdrrs MM IAH. ., limited. "."m. built.In OB: kilnneB' Ian all'brick baavtlful' 1 'lanilwaped, I bedroom J'.
bwrtlMMI 1 M t IM i ,mcr bane Beautifully landiKaped Matt brick. h?me Jut a tow of the
TOWN COUNTRY LAKE: UDk Dr.. SB.: LAKE- AVAILABLE SOON! Aw.A1 M m. ait. Hat City water sad ..... but .* Htlle dtraj 10. 10 men tour
I VIEW. S lam bndroonu. S Oils sin... learn ..vttld alt.1 No city t...*. ........ automaiir lawn vitem with won
MORTGAGE CORP. bath* large fully equipped kHWIncludinn 2517 Phone Z1J.133A2I o .r lee to kit ........... at front and pump lell. lane. .......>m..
dlehvaaher Separmt dtnrInc One 4 Bedroom :: .1II.y' I doer 534. Dawn 5571 menlh UkIn chow you907139
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-277 MagnoliaCY 'Florida room room Living,, attached room Ilrep"gang"'* Three S Bedroom c'Y SII56 .no after I p m 38M4I 995You'll
S-1H1 room iterate do... laundry One I BedroomAir ----
I room well and .prln..... .., quirt Conditioned
deilrabl nelfhborhond. walking dl.*
.DOOO'O'o.ccOO'O' D. lanre to ...1 001.. FHA faluattonUS
.000. CY -a371. 4-l WHERE? rz
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((13)) Real Estate For Sale IN BEAUTIFUL GARDEN
Fog LEASE: WITH OPTION TO <
BUY GROVE ,
S-Bedroom CB houa with .
SMALL RANCH utility room and Florida mom carport. location Just a half mile Eait of Cypress
In lake Allred. ITl-imf arif Garden on State Road ;
r t:00 p.m or Barlow MM13t
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A|' 1'0" SO ACRES Small 1RH. from ISOamtotWtm: on
' (ramr home. barn. other bulldIKC week. 34-1 140.COME
day
min-. "land"" .....atallabl good paturr Priced land at OUT OVER AND LOOK: 'EM Always Find What You Want In Winter HavenWhy

IT WO wtlk term
Georgeous Waterfront '

Condominum Apartments John Wood HomesPhone : Drive Miles To Shop? Try Your Friendly Home Town Merchants.

ATHERTON; Z11.UIT Keep Your Dollar In Your Hometown Help Boost The Economy!
Winter Haven Harbour
EtaALTYCo. STY

5431ae Apartments HAVENDALE SIXTH STREET DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN
sw4 a TAAL 1700 6th Street, NW

...... a Oe... .,......., ....- MODELS OPEN EVERY DAY IDYLRIDGEVIEW INTERIOR
TIRES MUFFLERS WESTINGHOUSE
GIFTS and TOYS
.34 Phonemi M
OPEN BOUSE SlAT COVERS Decorating Service
LUXURIOUS! INEXPENSIVE I IMMSBR APPLIANCES For lops end Girls
.' For Our Csstomen @
at Pl Lswere Pike/
MO tOWK PAYMENT5Bedroom ..,.. a brake.
bouee In JanPb"Call Bath MO N. ft. oTeraO. by
after 1:00: p.m. 21U277.a I-BEDROOM 1-bath eU hftt 1-Bath. 110300. $-Rath." double rer- IMPERIAL HARVEY KENT W. ,.,.1 M all mat..1 The Play Shop
Mat *e. to appreciate. MUST port.. 1100 *o' ft overall Ill'MO. tar.. end .mail a"lIn..
--- SELL Qualify for A. Loan DISCOUNT CENTER MATHER ns Third SP. N.W
mow I In, no etlJ., n. call Out Ravoadals Bled turn rlckt ttlat FURNITURE CO, LeROYS
INN MOWN owner .J-r/ll after S:00 p.m. SOIHTDROOM at. or Airport Rd- to 11 pared Sol He...." /led" w." UTI11 IIITHOAY 570515rA "
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No can. paymentt $5700 Attrao road on 1.1or call A. a AM. J. N.W. U. Till"' StrM. I.W. N.ar New City Hell
tl,. a-bedroom CB home. food 191.0941 C.II CY 4.1121 IU.IIUTh
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neighborhood Mhool DrlT \by tutOakland IH-BATH HOMB8S10M CY ITU
Rd then phoa owns down COOPER !!
CY .:aooo. M-TT KKAk E8TATB.atNaJt..k a Alfred 31-May MCHIVROP
Tt-tMS tt-TF

r The Name ef theTr..m JUST A MW Of OUR I** Oar CempleH $ ... ..
.rk ON rMMIlll IIIVICIS 1'l'9r! I.I

iiiiffitUj l 'to". .IU"I.. Rin.. .h..kell, FAE3M
Big B ..
1
URtE Family 0..ft4.1I1. *',r..|* rekuilt' Send.. |ei'11 .ndditmend .. .. DELICIOUS
CUEIN $ervlCOMMTI .. Wetcki Coals n ...;
mind Ninie end dlamod
Y Drive.ln REAL ISTATI p'nd'nhn wort Rrnclc twill m to rlninho' r.r All ..y, .rt
iil fcteBup k 5a. SiRVICIBeuley Ult..",." 'II 'eaul, CANDICI
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H.D. ANDERSON
la I t Realty Co. CITY JEWELERS
DRUG STORE
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Blvd.
tit tth S9? N.w. cr i-inr 41 Third' ltr. N.W )Ij]1 I7f W Central


EAGLE LAKE ,; ,i


DR. LARKIN ,... C..",, '. LH4I.. BIG EDGE TIRES Van

Tr.n.ma.lam ri!.. CHEVROLET DEALER Mer. S.GIy Men MI4ap Duynee.N.ut

fiiMinniniNiiiiniifiiiKnmiumi'I 'sm.thmg See Now ) e VOLUME "LUNa e ICILYINATOR A'\.IANCU\ Reel Estate S III''''.''''

5.IN T..". Up C rlaHir e GOOD DEALS a MOTOROLA TV. STERIOS AGENCY .
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PONE CY 1.1761 e GOOD SIRYICS EASY TERMS 171 WHI C...... .w

LARKINSTRANSMISSION' Chevrolet Center B. F. Goodrich WINTIA HAVEN, fLO.IDAJ

SHOP LhM1N" t.. ,.., 011tro
IAOU LANE 3414th It, I.W. CT1.4IN' H3-4114
.. brae prom P.N Olin, III AM. A, SW m.u4I

Immediate Delivery Financing Easily Arranged Cypress Gdn. Rd.Lawnmower .

High Trades AS

LOW $195 1 DOWN FINE FURNITURE A""' "..... a home HI-PI APPLIANCES TV

Americans No. 1 Pickup. AS HEADQUARTERS AND APPLIANCES Tv5 e All c.ft4ltlmrl 5.1. Serl.

Deal Your Way Now Low, Low Ratti 7010 --- '?ISMS TO SUIT YOU" Name .renda RCA VICTOR
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Aelt.rla.d Sal. A sonic.
COM LIT. SMALL.. l"'OINI"' u.. A Now Fur. a A"pllac.s a H.I"lftt Curti. Marha.slnvlcg ,
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RIIAISS oN ALL. At Ij".ftl ..,..., a '.44.., e M.t..I. UUIO TV, RADIOS
MAR! LAWN M0WaR1
I OUT OARD MOTORS WAREHOUSE HAVEN

HARVEY'S:MOWER: FURNITURE SAW I APPLIANCES, INC.

CHEVROLET 42 CHEVROLET '41 CHEVROLET SERVICE
42 Ills Itll n Dypramh.ppN U NI N. N.W. CY 1.1.11 555 I"' N. II.W. 313.1411 Ut w. c..1 29.J.II
IMPALA I.J. COUPS 4-DL MLAIR SlOAN IILAII SPOtT SEDAN

Air, cad. PG, P.$. PICeel I, PC. rods.l n1 k..l.n. I yl P.6. rut.e, 4 !h..l.>
whit and) e r***. Ceel w 1i1., .r, C..I.wlroiN i '

OsPyX2295 $1595 '$1795 | CYPRESS BENS BUICK Loose Up T. $400 FoE THE alOHT DRUG

Oily Ollly A.Ik....tNJ b...,ad.e
PACKAGE STORE REAL ESTATE LOANS RIM, Oullty II,.. 'rl..

..... M.ls.lm '' N' :.N, Here pWIsdH ph.... HMugN
0. PIN JEEP NN-om
e./N'.e
Overstocked Low Priced Used Cars
We Are on I R. C. Davis Is pour 1.d kN 1. y., ,...., ,$...
V.blsle., 1.1.. I ..,.,1.. .nn-wp ., s ::... 945 :,::;::
SAVE! .... "' ... I..... Nmmlalad.
SEE US TODAY ON ONE OF THESE AND sw, 112 c..w 1"Q I L HALL NmI day iS NMI4, ..Rlul, Njf Calls CY 1.7721
Cr ISS ..ID'NI :::1''
PHONE IUICIC CO. INC. Domestic Loan City Drug Co.

AS S Cash $95 TO 5600 IALANCE CY I.OJI4 III Sher. M.41.W. car. A a.d e/NCt nw tlMcv I-UII tf I" N. N.W. CT 1.1134


L Down WITH QUALIFIED CREDIT :

o 1958 Plymouth 4Dr. Belvedere
",..rythlnf ftt Tbe LIly f c..tr,1J.
W Peer'H o
1956 Plymouth 2Dr. "' t-'" e w.t.tllJl.. URTILdlR PEED .1.
'pf n. 'tt '..** Ga'* ".* CLASSIFIED I& c....,..
AS ,, "" P.M .. PETS
LL 119 '' L..4Ift,
1949 International V2ion Stake i and Pet Supplies For ,MI, D'o.j ........

1959 Chevrolet 4Dr. Sedan 1957 Olds 98 4-Dr.HT Sedan Slocum DOT Good /" .
Water Garden
Farm A Gordea SHffUyIff .we.e HaMI Oil

1954 Ford /2ton Pickup 1958 Chevrolet 4-Dr.Std. '6' PG 1111 CTpne WINTII eodw HAVEN .... ftar If, (.W> Buys QUALITY


1955 Chevrolet 2Dr. BA '8' PG 1958 Ford 2Dr. Auto Trans. THIRD STREET INWOOD


1959 Ford 2Dr. Std. Shift 1958 Chevrolet 2Dr. PG A New S.eil It', 'Finger.llekIn'' C.4" HYBRID ANNUALS IE SURE TO

T. 0. Cllfemen ...ne"e.eej IHSlCTICIOIl
1957 Chevrolet 4Dr. "6" PG 1956Ford 2-Dr. Std. Shift ... ." "'. FIRTsLIII.. REGISTER
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S TEAl WARRANTY Ca...
II..J AtJ._ GarJ.. L.;;lsmpK, ? FOR DAILY JACKPOT
1957 Mercury 4Dr. Sedan 1958 Mercury 4Dr. Phaeton Sd. c.ooo. CLvoN USED .. JUZWlfm-, .-40.1 Nooery

I CAli AND nuclei ", .,..,.,., Cooney's

1959 Chevrolet 2Dr. PG 1958 Chevrolet 2-Dr. DelRar Rid! AUTO SALES ........ ....... GARDEN WAY Anderson Drug Store

tae Art ., NW. -, 119 W. CINTU&AVENUE -
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1956 Ford 4Dr. 1953 Olds SpL CoapeCHEVROLET III Ird N. I.W, CY 4-1t76 'tlt S1.. NW 294.2211 CT; 3-Jill


E N.W.
//f Il I I ,

cnr.. u?P Msd Wrk un 11$ 0. COMPLETE TIRES SERVICE

IHC2tl --- TV REPAIRS "AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE"G E APPLIANCES
I CENTER I All COHOITIONIHe/ siua...sryINf T I I TRANSMISSION'
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.IAT'Ne' out 'CIAUY New and Used
500PI14 Now. Av.d, Tronw.a A.t. AN C..4ItI_
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I- R adpnyaa *.::= EASY TERMS
.WW0a4 LId C'II M. All WoS '"NaM..dT'MTr'r
Hit* Srreet, I WWINTC1 =:: Let IJe Pr.wan
HAVEN CHEVROLET L M NUN-.IT'ED- Goodyear
SCHNEIDERM.. L..w. c.... & TV
PVM143 SHUT METAL 551-Ma 55. W w. Iapwap .. MOTOR SERVICE SIIYIC. $10nUI
": 117 AAN.w, C'f J..Jttl.
... W II.I.W. CT a.UtI w. 0-we SAN Sump. 36 A... I. "W $5534tH






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BilII4\WSJIIFIIII1iI94\1 I5J 'The Lighter I uHursNcwrTWOMILLVUN- Gar AH 'Btrr.AHTMrHKStttl. AHOONT f' "" I BUT. AH IS"OR.'M,

II HeslN'T MAFIA GIVE e.E TOODEAR-AN'' VO
DOLLAH51NkltJPIANCE MUCH THETTWOMIUMJMm.rLt / WHY." 'i CAIN'T HAVE US
ON "ORE DEATH!?' TWIWto4UT'S +I ON LAMI ,tf ._ r
bOTFf!
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t ((13)) Real Eat... For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sat (I4-A) Uh I A.HPNicest Side NEW!! /' I i



By DICK war
TRANSFERREDOWNER
Toda,', Buy Lots IMM. r..... Ietarsnes.alWASHINGTON :

(UPI-I) keep
M the lookout for trends that
THNrr f '* Security Will consider trailer car or On are fraught with significance !

what have you In exchange for and I believe I may have (pot.

A HOME WITH THAT equity in 3 BR.. 1 bath home Chain of Lakes led one at the Federal Trade, \\

CommlMionFraufhtlnf.
FHA FINANCED. Payments :
1. Select location In neighborhood .
(8600 per month No qualifying a trend with tignlflcaoT :;
i Difference Only ten days to sell this of fine homes li an old ( oiimlstloncuitom '
Happy home. lovely shade trees but 'this one appears to I
113 street and
i on
t be nri'e fully frau.htH than 70V/1 AetxA aNVdn
CALL lake x 200' deep usual. +rMARaMAA iroca'r LMAuD A/fHT AIOUf rSM >ro A7rA
Ag NRIN/--- / /fDddWdr0, ArM
11300.
The FTC, as all informed cltItena _

ROSA F. FRASER J. Excellent gently! sloping know, handles many
& elevation to lake case involving charges of deceptive .

?! Realtor oak trees good advertising There is

I, 1U Jrd St., NW location $7,900. nothing, of course, particularly,

Ii Walter J. Coleman: Assoc significant about that.
;:=. ..... LEIS BROS. But in the past year or so If
I Phone CY 4-1S2I CY S-U01
I am not mistaken, FTC hear T f, 1Inm
yI conveniently located at (03 Ave, CY 4-1112 REALTORS ing examiners have tended

\II L. SE. PRICED NOW tt $18,900 I 30-1 me Stalk. St., NW more and more to view brand

S bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla I ---- (Opposite North Gale) names and trade namea as deceptive 0 t
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hAN g
room, central air conditioning, Non DOWN wIn '
Llkt New Otmenu Block Horn. In other word., an FTC order / 4 7u
: MORE LIVABILITY and VALUE
:1 Cbarl 1 MeCnmle sax, BnktrJSSM4S Ere rte Sea 2M-2SSZ may apply not only to what a
I ACT QUICK on tills genuine I
bargain s-iur T13A company says about a productbut
also to the name of the

) Gro/o product and even the name of OR, FORGETTING THE SO YOU REALLY CAME OUT HERE
"1'hU' I Ltgal Advertising the company. CORN8AU FIGURE OF JPEKMI TO PROVE SOMETHING, RUSTY!'. TO

e.uttAhdeptU4)1S' For example the makers of If YOU WIRE AFRAID OF \vou'Rt STILL A 'Vt UARNtD THAT DEMON SHOW THAT THE G08ER BOY HM MADE T''

Grove For Sale IN Til 1C ('sects: ? ('Ol'111', TENTH:: 'First Prize" hairpins were or ME FIVE\ YEARS Ac.O WHY PRINCESS IN A 60LDENI 1 5TRATtO ABILITY II A LOT WELT, EVEN THE PLAIN AND UNPOPAR
4ll'' >l t\Lri1I/Dr.OLlL dered to stop using that brand DID YOU COME OUT HERE IB NfRIM' BUT MORE IMPORTANT ONE OF THE MAYNARD GIRLS I4N'TFLATTERED1
: their SEE ME TODAY .' HA MY J j THAN ANCESTORS !/
WARREN SECKEL Realtor name on rounds hairpins THe PLOWBOY HAS ,
20 Acres Bearing Grove IN CHANLaaY.C.e. ; ft 1 600D ATTtRNOON,
p
never actually won a blue ribbon AW PEDWTAL SHRUNK' LEFT THt AND.. OR FINANCIAL i
Associates Eve. Fb, 20 Acres Citrus land M*. elide aekIt '1. M' tit LAND + /
I.urFORD fi BROWN, .i STOPPED PULLING I gSfCTSI v / w!
W. 0. McReyulds CY M60S 120 Acres highly Improved L wr
parture ruintuiDOROTIir The Atlantic Mills Thrift Centeri HIS FORELOCK WHEN
Helen WUUey CY I SMSWUma "..
and citrus land.
M. Hudson CY I-H22 BROWN.Defendant came under similar prohibition THE CARRIA6E5 /Affl .{
for being discount stores
Excellent soil and
some grove NOTICE Or IVIT
equipment Tate STATE: or rLORIDA TO: rather than mills
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII.LAKEFRONT, M DOROTHY BROWN; WhoM In cases involving "SlenderWay" -
Property located' S.E.: Hills- R .ldno and Malllnc Address. and "Slim-Ette" bread
? are: rut RoMwood Drive, Newark
borough County on paved Dtlawara FTC examiners found that
4 road You are hereby notified that a claims regarding the weight
BEDROOMS? suit for divorce line Moa filed cent-of qualities of the productswere
against you In Ih* above entitledcauae
MODERN? Priced $105,000 with 29% ; and that you an hereby deceptive
cash and also good terms required to len a copy of your Moreover they recommended

Yes Indeed I All of this upon answer WALTER or other W written MANLEY.defeiuei plaintiff (tha: the bakeries be barred YEi1
and more, Including a or 's attorney, whoa addreu li fro..t using "Slender-Way" ..nd"SlimEtte" fNOU GXI HA-NA R WILL sgiso J 1 PREPARE BNERL
fLASHI THATCROSSING D0IltE- THERE WAS MORE GOLD A
P.O. Box 254 Lakeland, Florida. HAND90Me FOR A JOURNEY,
large family kitchen with owner may consider nice Winter on or before the 2Mb' day of May, as trade names SALLYI SWINDIEA, MUCH' MORE) WHAT A PRIZE, ABROADI SHARIF' AS INSURANCE
9 built-In oven range, anddl.b..ber. Haven home down AD,, 1264 and before or Immediately .. If these decisions are not HAMID AL PENCE.HAS LOVELY DAZZLING 5- J AGAINST THE ANGER
as payment GOT A Win ON HIS GUTTERING MORSEL OF AMERICAN
thereafter to file with the' fraught with significance then Ican't
Attractive Clerk: of the above atyled Court is HANDS) SALLY!
brick planters mark the the original of Aid an..., or Mid recognize algnificanc! : ftw ;
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division of living and family -SEE written defeiuee. If any. when I see It. Or fraughtness
room. The large confeeeo If you fall will\ to;..do.to i.r'a//:: either. And here's the reason

screened you for the relief demanded la the why:
and adjoining H.
porch James Cross
Complaint It has Ion? 'been a practice
WITNESS hand and official
patio overlook the my
for merchants and rnanufactur
eat of office at Bartow Polk
lake with RealtorOffice
its sand beach County, Florida, this :38th day of ,era to name their businesses
and dock.Present April .. 1M4.
239-A 3rd St., S.W. .D'b. H SLOAN JR. and products after themselvesFord
courtBy and Howard Johnson
Clerk Circuit cars
owners must Phone CY 4.1," '
Lila B. Fountain
reitau-ants to mention
just a
to Orlando YOU
move and are Deputy Clerk I
offering this HOME FOR 80-3 April M. May T, 14 21 1M4 couple. II I WHAM101 t t 4/at
FAMILY LIVING FOR Now suppose a couple of guys
NOTICE or INTENTION TO named Harry Slenderway and
$24,500 For appointmentto (16)) Travel KKUIMTEIt FICTITIOUS NAME Fred SI:mette decided to go
see, allGERTRUDE Notice li hereby given that the -
undersigned Intend to resister with Into the bakery business. THAT SQAPCOSTSME I'M SORRY DEAit. I FSt77E Wlxa
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of AJ I Interpret the orders THIRTY-FIVE CE-NTTS BUT I HAD FLEAS APPRECIATE
BRYAN NEED' someone to drive 1MI M.rcury Polk County, Florida, pursuant to BLONDIE, A BAR i TD 1/S8 IT THE LUXURY
Eva Sun. CY JOS50 to Dotrolt. Michigan. CallWM7U Chapter :lot 43, Laws of Florida, cited above .they couldn't fol. l 1Nr1ERE IS TO GNE IaaISY TS4EY'I'tQ JVINGb3
SS-80 Acts of 141 Leicliilature ai amended 'ow the time honored practiceof Haft BATH sow
by Chapter MT 0 laws of forth to ., ii / ?
Udelature.. giving family names com pEas aw
da. Acts of 1SU the ,
Towiu COUNTRY .
agar alntlatnaaa.sari lutlUoui urn*, to-wit: NaitonelMemorial menial ventures without. run DIrJE SCENTED r IJt
Service Plan under ning afoul of the FTC BATH swwr / }
1" / f Jrrf 1n D autnrm' which he le engaged In business
kfatnollsQ In another that was set
case!
at sol Luna Road, Auburndale
C1 9 )
m tmns LOW con *'"""". tied Just this month, the FTC
EuNUIlIIU1uilI1/ 0. H, Bunn Pre.. rrdered Earl II Anderson, who i
wanes
MBCOTOBT April SO, May T. 14 81. 1866 t tI
perated i: "The Free School" .at I- I I
Kokomo Ind., to stop using the II III h
f word "Free" as part of his
I V' % ?\ bus:ness.

A message from Mr Treasury of a free people t't It held that correspondence I I
0_uriei offered by the school
required the payment of enrollment .

fees and other charges,

i If the school had been oper LET ME TAKE PK/NCS99 PHVLU LOOK*MfrO you her TH6V \ weu. I 4AYe T0 P AWAJZB.PdlNCB1
sited by Earl 11. Free would the AHHA4JU'lrAS A I.0 !RIGCI yes X.AYMO9 IT I TM09S OUAAP9 OUT OfVVHiAS

,, FTC order still be valid 1 3 LlfP1CTEDl r IT9 A TRAPS "JEEM4 ROiP HAS 1MBRST111f! ISTi4SY
t591E5 IN YOUR tvb U STHg
If SJ: I presume that before ARi CAMp 7DOl a (WBOT9II !
1 got ins business I should t t t1PUByC( ING f 4,

either change my name to Dick f

tilt or move to California '
y
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YEAH, BUT tTWASMT AND Z MAP THAT OKAY. SOMA TRACTOR

Survive M Your Doctor ol. MrlKimY CHDVtXIFINP EASVTO TO 5th' TWO WHkRE'D Yt7U A PUACB
Florida'wi I.,.Malice il Mnin.1! Aueciatioa.MEASLESt Socmi. md thi A NEW AXLB CRT WHAT VOU TIRES TO GOrr FIND TME/A?

WANT WAV OUT WITH
NOT TAKEN 66BTliIEP WCRB

d LIGHTLY


Many parents look on met
ale* M they do on chickenpox,
a one of those wU-known
childhood affliction that their
child might an well have and
get it over with.
Meaales Is rt :
complicated
bout, for in IU I
form, it ii one of the gnwteitkillers
How to help keep freedom and cripplers of all the
of childhood
communicable diaeascw
In the U.S., m*.il.v annually
ringing from every mountainsideHigh kills approximately 600
of them children
under age of flve. In parta

mountainside in faces of South America, Africa and
on
up a up on a mountain. But India where protein deficiency

South Dakota there's famoua millions of Americana are play and malnutrition are. common

tribute to four American patriot ing a real! part in the defense the death rate for meaalea l has
been tragically high.
who did much to mold the of freedom today simply by Encephalitis, an inflammation

shape of freedom buying U.S. Savings Honda of the brain ia one of the.
of
serious complications maalee.
Hut even if there were no When you Invest in U.S. Ten per cent of victim 1I 1

Mt. Rushmore we'd remember Savings Bonds, you put tome of ......... encephalitis di.and I I
who there ia
for these recover
men like Washington, Jetfermoney to work for your country the possibility of abnormality 4 {

son, Roosevelt, and Lincoln right now. At the same of muscular ae well .a mental I If
function Pneumonia ia anotherfrequent
For the landscape of freedom in time you're putting It to work and often the most tj t)

shaped by what they did, not for your own future. Aren't fatal, complication: of mtaalM.Meaalea ..
.serious matter
.
be
by the mountainside that pays thorn good reasons to buy one for children can a with "-pcial

tribute. soon? medical problems ouch as heart 1
disease, tubtrcukxua, asthma MOW OOXXI LJKITHAT BRINK( Trig WKXI FAMILY -
Even today freedom ia and chronic luna duca**. It / t WAVeTV'T t7 w'. AUNTIE SOCJALSide SCROt/S,f D YOU.
shaped by the work of Individual aim cam be extremely debilitating X SERaJ aXXrWT>L'Cfi-CAN AM OUTM I P EVEN Mrir.Mff USED IT WCU. HAW ACOO JUT Trrus?

*.- men<< and women like it.r adult whesi contracted by onfewrr ? 1 e

you. Of course only a few Measles vaccine now avail
able to hailed a* a victory ofmajor 0 n P rt
Americana will ever have their proportion, comparablein -I. h, 4

many ways to such develop- '
menu a* the mastery of diph -
Keep freedom In your thena and polls Authnntwe 1 JI rY rn1
U.S. Savings Bonds claim! the new vaccine, if used
properly and d.termID"IT'coWd ,
wipe out measles. within
two years. Parent should consult

i ti:, their physicians M to the /r e '

(I' f*< ( .V Cnrmnl t... Mltttnl. ,. r.. r-"' o. need for this vaccine for their
Tie ******** (-.. 5pe Mil t'ytdhrNNa fer IA..r ,./.../" ..,,.,, children and for further information I -

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[ Thursday_ ,, April 30 1964 WINTBt HAVEN .DAILY NE1VS.CF'IIE -W NTER HAVEN. FLORIDA _!Twenty-Seven.

SNOWS THE LAW AVEL rocs fVfR HAPPEN TO YOU Bf Meite Meat Poultry this weekend Steak, chucks Re-Elect
and rounds will be .
THft. LAO WHO* LfiARMCP: NOT prominentIn
poultry hrollrr! ,frvers and
Just Litter Action TO DUMP HIS tASrt O IHf PLOORFlr4P turkeys will continue is gad GLEN DARTYMM'E
a ,
Fresh Produce buy* Therr be '"111. Iamb
\ A PLACe'; FOR ALL HIS aDd veal The top pork value ATTORNEY
WID CH'W/N6/ 6UMLANPY will he smoked! turns

_ Can Keep US Beautiful WRAPPEa5tr1NAh4A ? EL5' Weekend Buys

R\ t'RR.J. J. BROWN frequently shocked it t th..
nlted Pms Intrrnilionml amount of I 1111 I e i' cm lessly K...ere". J HELP ELECT
strewn bout our country;' WASHINGTON (turn) -Food
N N$.W YORK iUPI' --Alsit- Seed said They compare what shoppers wiU have a wide variety -
.lll' Bittuh noblewoman once they tee here with such cities M of red meats poultry andrreih )
aid a certain city In the South Geneva. Copenhagen and Rotterdam. produce to rhooat from
11 minded' her "of a beautiful old! known Intel'nationally this weekend in local markets
lady w ith a dirty face" for their cleanliness KAB recognises Best vegetable! buys at food DELGAJDOJUSTICE
Her comment wee Impoitantnot UUa problem. Our goal markets this weekend' will In-
onlv became It stirred the IK to rewind every American of clude beans, asparagus, heels,
"In the month. A. ho. local citizens Into an anti-Utter his Individual responsibility al California pascal celery, corn,
held office,Mr.Kynas her campaign but because It summed regards the titter problem endive-escarole Iceberg and
Performed well H.h I 4rteIg.M ui. an all-too-common criticism Recent Mirv,. by the UB Boston lettuce mushrooms,
of the United' States by
p.r.onobl..nrdhbowr Travel' Sen-toe showed' the following plain type parsley, Idaho mawt -
foreign tourists of radishes,
peicentages visitors potatoes poppers OF
lh. low." Foreign visitors speak highIN ,
from abroad found the United quash sweet polakM, tomatoes
ST. riTIKSIUtO TIMEr / I of many things In Americans Statca ditty: Italians 21 percent I and rut.baa.
THE PEACE
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people its scenic beauties.Its ; British 35 per cent Australians Top fruit values will\ bt hi.n.y-
technology and 1U high 93 per cent: West German rII dews, lltnea atrawberrlw" we- ) 4 Polk '
standard of living District County
14 per cent: Venezuelans termekns and Florida grupe-
But they don't like the litterin
9 per cent.: Mexicans pet cent; fruit.
mont cities says Allan H. and Japanese 4 per cent Ella and dairy products continue hp.d.nc.d Qvolirnd
Sucl Jt executive vice president s
former Jwltc 01 Nan
Another survey found tourists at good buys
of Keep America Beautl- from Belgium. Denmark Kins FMIUN u, Ina, 1964,W'.M?.tt weevil. Beef will be thr top feature WMiSvccmW" QMansne a..Ofd.t tarnta
lul KAB'' KAB U a non-profit
and Norway also commenting at move' mrni rounlerx this ludiWHman C,vk sod.Honw
/ ,oiiiHtiizitlon sponsored' by a on our "dirty" cities"While merchandising that has'jd';: to ftotIIIiM 20 Yea' aeoklelll
coup of large business enterprises toM Individual parkniiim of I5I.4T&t.dTbR
L1I r.Juk.n paid the majority of people .. Win"n
Adr.rt.o.t of
clean-
in the Interest
,... meet consumer product NEW YORK OPI'-AKimi- .
r y ra.a c. Interviewed thought of a s
e...,. ee..w. cA.M.w., in'. up the "diity faces America at a clean country," "We have plenty of proof num and steel now are the only 01 Delgadoledges h>i tug. Mm
Tiaveleis from abroad are Seed said "the number of tour- that rising stsndiidi of living materials ud In manufntin end energy to prarld* *.. high calibr\
rts Kill impressed buui> poor. are being accompanied by Using ins auto llcens platt with (tin nil 1 of ....ice Iftal ywi a> ol.rfi 9* *,
Is litter problems In foreign countrleg. addition of pslul refleitlvc rawing. wee .r. nllrl4 10> rctotAi
housekeeping ernbai lastingly -
hlnh we can't take comfort In some Instances In the sheeting 01 reflteitvi beads in Juitk of .*. Nan /N will _ _
until our record Is mon- neatly vet.y countries those cltlsen paintBut. BRANNEN maintain a full HIM oHks end
peifeet" >appear most voclfeioua about during World War 11 remain cctuibl end wi"untoblae
The situation PI'Nt'I1IOnw.\ UJ9. litter;' Seed said "In fact. some states used a plastic mitt on sf *.. pwipit N( *n HmM.ANDTHECAROFTHEYEAR .
mint of a paradox Seed admitted In the last couple of jeait we rial made from soybeans in
CAVICTOIR The litter the tourist have coriesponded with antl- Illinois g cow ate Hood chunk
"coME IVtNo find objectionable In the United .Utter groups Interested In our out of a soybean/ plate. which ne net" ., -
States stems from one of the 'preventative medicine In almost may be why the Idea "sidropped .
free world after. the .' 'tCU."OUS"'AND'imt'iN'' .:st..d. :'to'''AU
things they like best hen the I i eveiy country ai '
high standard of living Seed laid educational Utter -------
A motivational research study I i pi event Ion programs aloe being
recently completed for the I i iOlasi conducted In T 000 communities
DAYS Container Manufacturers I throughout the United States
l J Institute found that among the "Expei'If net has proved that
T major causes of llttei sir unMecedented ,public education Is the No. 1 DODGE BOYS
automobile travel "
tolutlon to the litter problem
technological sdt'any, that 'ie said "Llttei Is caused by
See have resulted in rush ptodur- people not things" and only
Unsurpassed tlvlty and th revolution In I,people can prevent llttei. "

Seed tinned that litter prevention -
programs are doubly (THE PEOPLES CHOICE)

Color ELECT tourist Important trade Is area 01 can untie be the of
Natural economic impoitance

INGSWOODipRdim 'J( me are going to have
company' he said "",'ve got WIN BYA lANDSliDE !
i to keep the place tidy'

JR NEW YOHK",UPI>-Ameil-
can college and university enrollment -
hlrh hit a record
i STATE 41 million in the fall of 1863,
ip u' expected to reach I.' millionby
p Mon ftoplt Own 1(75 1 II per cent !Inciease.
,.*(: #*n ) W according to the National Industrial
A1RCTOfTh&nA7Oth.rT.4.i.iAa Conference Board

I ttgnrr.rrrr .r.gser..

Cobs or

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Sf__JJJW Prlcet $11000
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See 1964 RCA VICTOR i' .1



New tfsta COLOR TV

There Is quite a

Enjoy a new and brighter Color TV 0 0 14 NtO r
brighter than ever before $.. unsurpassed PRICES' difference between MFfI Cr ; 1' j rDEA
START AIJ
natural color on this smart Contamporsry toj! +
upright console.. f.aturl."a".proof C J
RCA High fidelity Color Tube 24,000-vott y/B /99g "headlines" and _
factory sdjustsd) chsssls, super-powartul T 4 tg
New Vista VHF Tuner,rich "Golden Throat" "headway"It
ton.from two Duo-Con speakers.
O1 .E. Y'tt 'cv: Arc rw

Is one thing for a School Board member to
flare up at other Board members and moke _
This hecdlintg. But, It ii quite another thing for a RYJ1IIG

Portable School Board member to gain the support of other .

'Check Board members, so that the School Board makes ('3 TIIE1 AD.

Tool! heegVey.Unfortunately. rn u

representation from District 4
has been noted much more for headlines than

Hires en outstanding .,, headway

tune SporUbout newly-davaloptd'TV buyl' Fas- DICK IRUMIAUGH can make headway for THE DODGE BOYS ARE HEADED

RCA Power Grid VHF District 4 -end, oil of Polk County-by presenting
Tun.rtel.aopingn.orrooI0r4Ttw l his viewpoints intelligently ond reasonably

pole"Golden sntsnns Throat", up-front tone, A4 aN.el.Is.lyt" And, by gaming necessary cooperation and

lS.OOOolt chassis (ds s'k0dMkk. support from the other members of the Boord.Let's FOR
THE
BIGGEST YEAR YET!
sign gome,av cabinet rag/ ,). Hand aC.ye

get our
$14995g trrw GET ON THE BANDWAGON FORTHE CAR OF YOUR LIFE


School Boardmoving AS
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( ) THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION

S295 LS681 -_
with ?

EVEN LESS WITH TRADETIPTOP o .


BRUMBAUGHIL L DOWN A MONTH




.....-- Sued a4nitre ......... I8J 'it- FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS

Lrrndia J

TV and APPLIANCES ._ d A.wr._T. 1fY 0 221 Sixth St, SW

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w o..g d III Winter Haven Florida "

Ike He*.. .! QwHty PrM"< and *.**. (ONE OF THE DODGE BOYS)

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I i ilIJ4\18ISI1IP.lIIIiIIDJ.c\1 The Lighter TWO MILLVUN-AM GOT
DOUAHS INSURANCE MUCH .
/
BlI ON VCRE DEATH THM)ON LA* NrtKly WIl Y ? 'j err
t BOTH.
ITS .

; (13J( ) RNI bran For S61e ((13)) Real EstaU For Sal (I4-A) Loh & A.r.aq.Nicest Side I NEW! l MINE!! +


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TRANSFERREDOWNER By DICK WEST I
V
Toda
Boyrwnerrew' Lots UsSad Press letrranEiaa: ) I''
r WASHINGTON (UPO-I keep
on the look-MI t for trends that
I; SecurityA Will consider trailer, car or On ere fraught with .l nlflcanct

what. have you In exchange for and I believe I may have spot

HOME WITH THAT equity in S BR, 1 bath home. Chain of Lakes led one it the Federal Trade
FHA FINANCED. Payment Commlitlon
$8600 per month. No qualifying 1. Select location in neighborhood Fraughting a (rend with ail

Happy Differenceconveniently Only ten days to len this of fine homes 1 nlflcan.v is *n o'd OTimli.lon
lovely shade trees!
this
home. custom but one appears to
113' street and
on be irve fully fralighted than nvn algL MAV
CALL .. lake x 200' deep usual H rut MAMMAL AKYwfHAND INMAT AAtOIT 711[ r11 A7la
11300. ft F/RIN9--- ArdWrIUL 1r0dYldFO IlN/,
The FTC, at all Informed cit
II'CI1 ROSA F. FRASER. 2. Excellent gently sloping Irene know handles many -

; Realtor elevation to lake i I cases Involving charges of de

J l oak trees good I captive advertising There is
m 3rd St., NW location: ",eoo. nothing, of course particularly

Walter J. Clemu, Asset. significant about that.
LEIS BROS. But in the past year or so, if
Phone CY 4-1321
CY 34301 .
I am not mistaken FTC hearing
located at 80) Av. CY 4-1112 REALTORS examiners have tended

L, SE. PRICED NOW at $18,900 30-1 120 Sixth SL, NW more and more to view brand M

3 bedrooms, 2 bath, Fla I ------ (Opposite North Gate) names and trade names as de a f 1 I1 ceAgt.tI

room, central air conditioning. 1100 DOWN X4-31I7 ceptive.
MORE LIVABILITY and VALUE Like New Concrete. Block Uomea In other words, an FTC order I /
Ev. .
Charlrs MeCnmle. lug Broker S. 24-2U2
what
ACT QUICK on this genuine *u13A ->*a I may apply not only to a
bargain ....., r [. company aayi about a productbut
; also to the name of the s

I ) Grovoj product and even the name of OR, FORGETTING THE SO YOU REALLY CAME OUT HERE
... .1 1I('" "11(1.. Legal AdvertisingIN
the
company CORNKAU FIGURE OF JPEKH h TO PROVE SOME HIND, RUSTY !' TO
1 eutDtrde'U'4)I6S' For example, the makers of IF YOU WERE AFRAID OF yOURE STILL A I'Vt ItARNlD THAT DEMON SHOW THAT THE G06ER BOY HAS/ MADE *'

Grove For Sale TIIK ('IIULIT'Ol'MT, TKNTHHI 'First Prize" hairpins were ordered ME- FIVE VtARS AGO WHY PRINCtSf IN A GOLDENI 5TR6TED ABILITY If A LOT wEll, EVEN THE PLAIN AND UNPOPULAR
< >IUL tIJMIIT. rULKIUIMTV to stop using: that brand DiD YOU COME ouT HERE ro GOWN, PRIf3' SLIT MORE IMPORTANT ONE OF THE MAYNARD GIRly ISN TFLATTERED.
WARREN rwadu*, : SEC MC TODAY .' -HAS MY. THAN ANCESTORS.-1 '
SECKEL .Realtor name on grounds their hairpins THE PLOWBOY HAS /
20 Acres Bearing Grove IN CMANCSCHV.f : ROOD AfTtRNOON!
Associate Eve. Ph 20 Acres Citrus land M N' .. SIUI 1Ic.... SI 1',. M I.. eye never actually won a blue rib. 1 MY PEDESTAL SHRUNK'LEFT( THE LAND-AN OR fINANCIAL l1. p
W. n. KcKejrsoldt CY WIGS ANrOlU B. BROWN, boa STOPPED PULLING A.MCTS! v .
120 Acres highly improved r
linen Whitley CY I.SMS pas Plaintiff The Atlantic Mills Thrift Cen- i HIS FORELOCK WHEN :
tur and citrus land. I ti
Warns M. Hudson CY J.nzz DOROTHY BROWN, ten came under similar prohibition THE CARRIAGE LASS! j
Defendant for being! discount stores
Excellent toll and some grove NOTICE: or apse a
equipment THB STATE or FLORIDA TO: rather than mills T ,,
$ptllpplSEMIM0pIMMMIMMMLAKEFRONT DOROTHY BROWN; WhoM In cases Involving "SlenderWay" .
Property located' S.E. Hills R. ild nei and Mailing Add... and "Slim-Ette" bread
? art: 4US. RoMWOod Drive, N.w-
borough County on paved ark, DtUwar FTC examiners found that
4BEDROOMS? road. You are hereby. Botlfltd that a claims regarding the weight
ult for dtvore hM Mn lied ntol
c: qualities of the products
alnM In the above cntltltdciuM
( you
MODERN? Priced $105,000, With 29% ; and that you art. kinky were deceptive. T
cash and also good terms quirtd to nerve a copy of your Moreover, they recommended
answer or other written d.,......
Ye indeed! All of this upon WALTER W, MANLEY, plaintiff lha, the bakeries be barred
and more, Including a or '. attorney, whoa* addrau .. fro- using "Slender-Way" and"SlimEtte" ENOUGH TALK, "M HA-HA.YES n Wllt ? eerwee ABNERVTOR
P.O. Box 254 Lakeland, Florida, THAT DOUBLEJ THEKE A *
large family kitchen with owner may consider nice Winter on or before thi 6ta day of hay at trade namesIf SALLrf C'AOS6 NO SWINDLERS MUCH MOREL WHAT A PRIZE. AS INSURANCE
built-in oven. range, and Haven home as down A.D.. 1W4 and before or immediately .- these decision are not HAMIO AL PENCE,HAS LOVELY DAZZLING, 0,. / AGAINST THE ANGER
pay GOT A WAR ON HIS OLmERINO MORSEL'
dishwasher. thereafter to file with the' fraught with significance then 1can't I Of AMERICANA
Attractive ment Clerk ef the above atyled Courtthe HANDS) i/ SALLY I
brick planters mark the original of Hid anewer or Mid recognize slgnlflcanc
division of living and family -SEE- written defence, If any when I see It. Or frsughtness
If you fall to do decree :
cither And here's the ty
\ reason
: :
roo m The large confeieo will be
screened you for the relief. demanded U* why:
porch and adJoining James H. Cross Complaint
It has lung been a practice
patio overlook the WITNESS: my hand and official .
lake with Its land beach RealtorOffice seal of office at Bartow Polk for merchants and manufacturers
County, Florid, thl :28th day of to name their businessesand
and dock, April, A.D..1W4.
239-A 3rd St., S.W. b, H. SLOAN JR. products after themselvesFord
Present owners mutt Clerk Circuit courtBy cars and Howard Johnson
move to Orlando and are Phone CY 4-2414 Deputy Lila Clerk B. Fountain reslau-ants, to mention just a IHAMIDIr' '

offering this HOME FOR 30-3 :April 80. May 7. 14. 21. 1M4 couple. J ,
FAMILY LIVING FOR Now suppose a couple of guys i
NOTICE or INTENTION TO named Harry Slenderway and
(24500. For
appointmentto RfcOMTKH rlCTITMUia: NAME'
16)) Tr.v.l -- -- -
Fred Slimetle decided to go -
see, callGERTRUDE Nolle U hereby liven that the +
undiriKned Intende to rf liter with Into the bakery buiinesaAi THAT SOAP COSTS ME I'M 50RRY, DEAR I HOPE YOUR '
BRYAN he Clerk ol the Circuit Court of I Interpret the orders --i THIRTY-FIVE CENTS tSllr x HAO FLEAS APPRECIATE
NEED oniiioM to drive' 1M| Men Polk Counly,, Florida, puriuant to I (6WNDIE. A OAR TD Ube IT THE LUXURY
Eve, I., Sun CY S-OSM 7I2.to Detroit. MIchlfMi, Call Chapter JM51. Law of Florida, cited above they couldn't fol.'ow ? I /
19 x Act. of 1(41 LoolI'lol..luro'l l as amended the time-honored practiceof SPECaAL HER DATH Yl N:4k
by :, .rlleo:: Lawe ol Florida giving family names to commercial r PERSONAL., 4r'Q
COUNTRY of Lea-lelatura. the
own, DAILY ,..,.... llrtltloue, pamo. to-wlt: Nailonet ventures without run D'Ne' SCENTED a ,
Memorial' Borvlce Plan, under ning afoul of the FTC. aATH satyr / .1
l"M.Jgno",f 11 .
0. .
Jrrfffln 0 mmtvvn which he .la en.aed In buelnraeit 111'
e't Sel141 WlSUiJIL SOI Luna Road, Auburndtle.. In another case that was settled
ny nra vow con Florida, Just this month, the FTC
1 IIIIIQI'lIIIn'.I.' nnca C. H,, Bunn, Pr... rdcred Earl II Anderson who
naawrosr AprU 10, May 1. 11 51. Nt '
cperated "The Free School" at
Kokomo, Ind., to stop using the -c.J:

bus.n".I.word "Free" ai part of his iJL ,

A meuagt from the Trtatury of a free people/ It held that correspondencec.urses

offered by the school m
required the payment of enrollment j0.pr

i fees and other charges.

.If (the school had been oper- we TAICB PKJHCS9* PfjyLU* LOOK* WTO You eer Twey \wet NAVE TO pe>w
a'ed by Earl H Free would the ANHAIJUbi. ALCIOKBRCK1 7A KR.YS0008 AaePaNC55lIr( I TM09B OUAAP9 OOTO"1KOfp
7EEM4 H*9 I TMSCB'!' ,,...THi* Iy1uGY
FTC order still be valid? )
1 t5 U9P.GTE D) I1wj A TRAD SWHSBS
S'AIES.A -YOU > WS UCAMPTOO' '
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If s,: I presume that beforeI ARSI !' JT' 5S. 1X6 t00OT9
got In') business I should / tixPBCTIr 16 x
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either change my name to Dick :

d \ti East or move to California



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: BUT rrWASMT AMP X MAP THATB OXAV. SOME TRACTOR

Service if:I Yo 1Deen. d Me IIcln, DtP YOU FIND EA VTO TO SOb TWO WMEffi'PVPU I PLACE
Y--e t.i Mxlical Ufloruit : "A.,_yn.ll..,_ cud eh, A NEW AXLB err WHAT VDU TIRE. TO 60 FIND THSAA?

aS FOR MV JEEI? WANT WAV OUT WITH n ,
t MEASLES NOT TAKEN RftfiTtBT WERE i

LIGHTLY

r Many parents look on m .-
rr_ ale M they do on chickenpox,
as one of thoe w.ll-known
y childhood affliction! that their
child might lit weU haw, and F.
get it over with.
Meailes I la worth worrying I
about, for in Its complicated I 4.30 Oa
How to freedom form, it I. one of the gr..tsl _
help keep killers and cripplers of all thecommunicable
diaeaiet of childhood
In the U.S.. measles annually
ringing from every mountainside kill approximately 600

potions most of them childrenunder
the age of flv*. In part
H'gh up on a mountainside (in faces up on a mountain. But of South America Africa and
India where protein deficiencyand
South Dakota, there'a famous millions of Americana are play. malnutrition Ire common.

tribute to four American patriots (ing a real part in the defense the death rate fur meaale ha

who did much to mold the of freedom today simply by 'been Encephalitis tragically' :: ,high.an inflammation a rLS

shape of freedom. buying U.S. Savings Itonds. of the brain. la one of the
.riouf complication of meTm *-
Hut even if there were no When you (invest in U.S *!... per cent of victim

Mt Rushmore, we'd remember Savings Bonds, you put some of m alM encephalitis die.and
for tho" who there) U
recover
men like Washington Jeffermoney to work for your country the powibility' of abnormaJitM

son, Roosevelt, and Lincoln right now. At the same of muscular at well a* mental
For the of freedom (in time function Pneumonia I 10 another
landscape you're putting it to work and often the most

shaped by what they did, not for your own future. Aren't f"U.n of m"* le*.. A 9o

by the mountainside that pays those good reamna to buy one Mle for children can b* a with serious fwcial matter

tribute. soon? medical problem ouch a* !heart
MOW DO XXI LIKE BRIPdl TWt1 WHOLE FAMILY YOU D/ON'T'
due***, tuberculo, asthma TM6w''' 2r
Even today, freedom in( and chronic hang d...*. U I I -> THAT/ I MAVBTN'T LIVER, AUNTIE 5CXJALtw5 5eRCt/5DIDYCLL
I4EEX71IOIASbRANOIJrDOCTr 1' EVEN USED IXHY9CU WB U. WAVB A LOOKiwrTirue
;
shaped by the work of individuals aim can be eitremely debilitating
,
J CAN I !
-men and women, like when, contracted by IOFO. ?
adulta.
00 ]
you. Of course, only a few g Meatle vaccine) now av U' o '

Americans will ever have their able to proportion hailed at ,victory comparable\ ofmajor Q I o ,east 'vas -

Ii in many way to such development :

Keep freedom In your future with U.S. at and the polio.mattery Authentic of diphtheria f vI ly / J Jf

Savings Bonds claim the new vaccine if Died
properly! and determinedly. '
could wipe out meaule. within i I II t,

two ,"no. Parent should consult .
their physicians a* to the

@ tk i .1 QtftrnmtiU Lee let ye, /ef tAle edr.M4tq. rAu rn nrr. Of,.,..... 9 need for this vaccine for their
/A.e1 rA1 Il..r.t.hr (...",, ..d fF 1e ....',,.,... ftr Unr ewne'u- mpyn/ :: children .and for further information. I I 170 r I e '%





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"" diy April I 30 I964/ WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIEFWINTER HAVEN FLORIDA ...__


tHOWS THE LAW T AVEL toys VfR HAPPfiN TO YOU By bl.ke Meat Poultry this and rounds weekend will Strike be prominent, chucks! ReElectGLEHDARTY

TH6) LAO WHOfc. LEARNED" MOTTO In poultry, broiler,fryers and I
Just Litter Action I DUMP HIS TXA5H ON IMC FLOOR': turkeys will continue as good I
a buyi There be tome Iamb I
Fresh Produce
F'INCS A PUCE FOR ALL HIS sad veal The top pork value i \\TTQRNIY

IID: G".WN6" 6VM, will be smoked hams

(an Keep US Beautiful CANO'/ WRAPPERS, Weekend Buys'

EIJJANA Pi&$,
I'* Ml'RR1 J. BROWNI fiequently shocked ni i the I
itilrd t'rn5 IntrrnallonalMtt amount of I 1111 I r i. can'Iraaly\ etC,.. erc.. HELP ELECT
strewn about our country," I WASHINGTON (liP) Food
k YORK t UP1 -.A vl lsltBntish shoppers will have a wide variety
Seed said They compaii'" what
''I noblewoman once of red" meals, and
they tee here with such ritlea M poultry
lid I i! ll'taln i city In the South (kilt va. Copenhagen and Rot fresh produce to choose from
i It minded her "of a beautiful old trrdam known internationally this weekend In locsl I markets
iaih with a dirty face" for their cleanliness KAB recotniiM Beat vegetable buys at food DELGADLO
Mel comment was Important into problem Oui sal markets this weekend will ,ndude
not only because! It stirred the IK to remind every American of beans asparagus, bests,
In the month t. kmUU local citliens into an altl-itter his individual reaporutbiliiy as California pascal (celery cornendlveeacarole .
offic.,Mr Kyneako* campaign but because It sum- rtuithe Utter problem 'Iceberg and
performed welL He Is Ut4lflnt mid up an all-too-common critIcIsm Recent surveys by the ua Boston lettuce, mushrooms,
of the United States by showed Js.II plain type parsley Idaho russet -
Travel Service the folio
peraonobU- said foreign touilsts *'Ing percentage of visitOllfrom potatoes, peppers, radishes, JUSTICE OF
RIM'WI' the|OWST. Foreign visitors speak hlghh -
abroad found the United ) squash sweet potato, torn*'
; rim URo TIMEr / I of many things In America- States dirty: Italians 28 percent 10M and rut..as THE PEACEDistrict
Its people Its scenic beauties. ; British 25 per cent Australians Top fruit values will be holk'Y'd.wI.
+ Its technology and Its high 33 per cent: West German 0 f ltm., strawberrle. watermelons 4, folk County
standard of living .
and Florida
14 per cent: Venezuelan grapefruit
But they don like the Uttermost .
( per cent; Mexicans pri cent: 5.2Kin .
cities. Allan H Ouolt.d
III say. b.n.-4
ERIK and dairy products' con
4
and Japanese per cent
s, ,M! Ji executive vice presl- IF.dun. linue as food buy, Foriiw JwHc. of Hoc
Another survey found lOUrt -
d. nt of Keep America Beautiful &a from Belgium. Denmark ndr.ie, Is., 1944.Wald nght. .s.v.d Beef will be the up feature With Ou.ilii *m tacwSuccttiM .1 ...*.
KAB KAB la a non-profit and Norway also commenting II most meat < luntrrs this lutlMuman Civic. lands
5ra ,nuzstlon lPOI\8Ol''CI by a oit our "dirty" cities"While merchandising that has led to Nattv NwMfaii 70 Yto. l..w.mof
group I i of laige business enteric the Individual packaging of PI.4TE'".t.4TF R
the majority of wkMr Hawn
people
+e.iek.t.d..rIo.N.
p. in the Interest of cleanup
moat consumer productsWe NEW YORK UP1 I Alumi- .
I....y.n"ii.ar.M... CSse.cr..i.... e..d.s. tll the "dirty feces"t interviewed clean thought of" have plenty of proof num and steel now ate tin .l1IY: : MIMaodo .pM0M. Ml Mm
America as a country .
aveleis from abroad are' and t* oldS Ih* hlth colillNof
material used In manufin iww p
/ t tIng till
I that standards of
Seed said "the number of tour- rising living .. of *Urowing
wnfe that 01 cttt m
yea
I I-t illll Impirssed by mi)' poor are being accompanied by lialnglitter addition auto Itcenae of: plates 'fnt.with I, t Ii i IlllBRANNEN eN .MitM N> .......
paint 1I1IC (
houM keeping I K problems In foieign coun-
.mball."llnal ly .. .. wig
M
el
JwMk MC
sheeting or reflective' bract in At
I hUh -- we cant take comfortuntil tile, In some instances in the .
Hk Mid
paint maintain" a Ml 11M
oui record Is mOl nearly very countries whose cltlaens .
perfect appear most vocifeioua! about But during World Wai. U resole ocuttiU and somjntoW
The situation presents somewhat U.S. litter," Seed said "In fact some states used plait k mot, to .U el air. people .* 11I1 Nine
of a paradox Seed admitted In the last couple of year we rial mad. from soybean (n
The Utter the tourists have corresponded with anti- Illinois, a cow ate a good I hunk
L N N find objectionable In the United Utter Groups Interested In our out of a soybean plab which ss -. I
States stems from one of the preventstlve medicine In almost may be why the Idea war -'r"o" '
'j..vlti"U'
things they like best hri t. the every free weld country dropped aftri the win ." ) fCfJ/ / \ .
high standard of livingA Seed said educational lilteipieventlon
motivational reseat'ch study programs are being
recently completed for the conducted in 7,ODD communities
DAYS Glass Container Manufacturers throughout the United Slates
J Institute found that among the Experience has proved' that
major causes of litter I sic un- public education U the No 1 DODGE BOYS
lecedrnted 1 automobile navel .olutlon to the Utter problem."
technological sdvsnlthat' 'ie said 'Llttei Is caused' by
See Unsurpassed nave resulted in high productivity : people not things and only
and Ohevolution i in people can prevent litter:'

Seed stressed that litter prevention
programs are doubly (THE PEOPLES CHOICE)

ELECT Important In ins where the
Color tourist bade ill 01 can be of
Natural economic Importance

INGSWOOD "If we are going to have
company:' he said "....ve lotto WIN BYA lANDSliDE !
keep the place tidy

IPROTT Mf NEW YOKK"HJPI>-AmeiI
F r. can college and university enrollment -
which hit a I."ol'dU
STATS million In the fall of 1 63ic .
expected to reach 8 ( millionby
I Ii 1975 a (1 per cent Incieane tit, Ruse 5'a Y4 .- 5i
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WRcAXKrroiTh&RAnJOtheyT.l.TGigo according Conference to the National Board. Industrial


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New Hsta COLOR TVEnjoy N r N DOG ppyO F 'DDDCEcs 1ARdf

There is r
quite ft
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sy TNINGC
I new and brighter Color TV. sv
brighter than ever before See unsurpassed PRICES difference between Q pU10EA
natural color on this smart' Contemporarystyled START ATI 5! II'age! A TaE
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upright console. Feature*. C '
RCA High Fidelity Color Tuba 24.,n0ro449 "headlines" and P't i- '
(factory adjusted) chassis tuper
New Vista!VHF Tuner,rich Qoldn Throat" "headway" DCE ., -
toni from two Duo-Con lpelklra.fI .
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IJG.UD.! n
It 'it one thing for a School Board member to .lHa '(NAT niu ,EC 4T PICXAi'e
flare up of other Board members and moke p

Check This headline. But, it It quite another thing for a
p DI
RCA VICTOR Portable School Board member to gain the support of other oN k YA000 f
Board members, so that the School Boord mok.es w VY rIE RbAD I
TV Value Too! headway.. i
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Unfortunately, representation from District 4
has been noted much more for headlines than

Hsr', *n outstanding _. headway.
Sportabout TV buyl Feature DICK IIUMIAUGH make for THE DODGE HEADED
nswly" .developed yM can headway BOYS ARE
RCA rowsr Grid VHF District 4 -and, all of Polk County-by pr*.
Ttn.rt.isacopingmonoRCAVc7 Tf.a senting his viewpoints Intelligently and reasonably .

"Coldan pole antenna Threat", up-front tone, Aaa IWI15000volt And, by gaming necessary cooporotlOl'and

din some, aV.II cabinet chassis). Hand(air ,scat.I i support from the other member of the Board.Let's FOR THE BIGGEST YEAR YET!


get our
$14995THE .wee, GETONTHE BANDWAGON FORTHE CAR OF YOUR LIFE
ire A as.i..e
School Board

@ MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION


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wailed a-4 .. IIIMAI'I> -
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APPLIANCES Owes dfyN f 221 Sixth St., SW
TV and *.**. r ,
fem. ..
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The HOttI' .! Q .Kty "MIlCh and Ser,ke (ONE OF THE DODGE BOYS)

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I.G.A. OVEN FRESH I.G.A. or Table King
Dinner Rolls IiIIJiW1lIY1z FROZEN
Orange
1 1O
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wq7r Juice I

5 :: $1 I CAN 191

Sale Days Apr. 30, May 1.2
LYKES BUDGET

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""" We Reserve the '
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Right to Limit Quantities Stewing i Hens

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Florida Crystal FRESH FLORIDA
5lb. GRADE A
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S h 0 r ten I. n 9..../.....3lb.CanTableRite........ ( +) 3 l' ( 4 V 4 f V'


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Sweet FRESH YELLOW Corn...........5' 39 C
LOIN
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.. 4: Beans....................Lb...:.10 lb.

'f., SHOP AT YOUR I.G.A. FOOD STORE
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I. GUAD J'\ HUGHES
:WINTER l HAVEN.
; FOODLINER I FLORIDA I. G. A.

5ft Street & Cypress Gardens Rd. Rifle Range Road


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