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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: July 6, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
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The City Of 100 Lakes


Possibt Parity s THE oWdy*Mrd WEATHER through afternoon tomorrow.and *v*. Winter Haven Daily N WS-LflI T I a Mllll Capital 04> f The World

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Low tonight in the 70'.. Variable winch In The NewsChief"VOl.
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p.r 53-No. 239 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA. MONDAY JJLY 6 1964 PRICE FIVF CENTS







I Curriculum Junior College For Readies Opening Goldwater Seeks Wisconsin,





By ED BERND JR.

Officlili Stiff*t Polk Writer Junior Col

loge. who have been working
day and night for months to Ohio Votes For Stampede
get ready to start school
8. have completed most of
curriculum and schedules (
the first tetnetter

Dr F.ed I Lettfe*:ey, pr
of the college James E First Ballot
rll, head of the evening 3 Accidents
and the technical school, .

rtcultual Owen Lie: education coordinator all of of \l I" e, Win PossibleFor

ter Maun, have been work Reported Here ,

frantically to get a .
to the printers this week.

tr'We 10 days are,only" HarrU giving said the ". Over WeekendOnly I SenatorSAN

w,' will have the catalogue Ifi'
IRAV( (sea UPIi< -
or before the 15th of t h t I .
Sen. Barn
t.olilwaler
month" one person was boa i ) \ y msniMTh l cast a hungry campaign

The catalogue will contain pitaliied here over the July look loch ii Wisconsin and
page and will be 4th weekend although eight Ohio fa* <.ribs i son delegations
trope Polk Junior College others received minor InjuriesIn f lor the lu-ak' which could setoff
tiw, three accident that result t, a lent hsiiot stamped for I
A list of night school ed In almost $8,000 total damage 4ft the ArlM'na Republican. t
offered Monday through With the (dOI' National Convention
day nights, as well as Era Godwin of 731 Ave. A, "''i 11 ning a week from
courses and two year SW, suffered a fractured collar today, thi > alas| offered to compromise -
programs In the vocational, bone and a back InjuryIn r'' .it. the civil rights
nical school are listed a two car collision early plank of i he party platform to
Other courses will be added Saturday night Emergencyroom a r1\ appease porters of Coy William
the lists as people request personnel at Winter Haven W -ranton of Pennsylv I

EVENING SCHOOL Hospital said she was admitted ,inia <, .'Mwat<'r'. underdog
Classes; each night will ij after emergency treatment rival fur ''he presidential, noml-
held from 6:30 to 9:10: t iTtJ
nation
: shortly before I p m.
otherwise Indicated. Most : : ,
Saturday a Their 'in prom it* formula
be (or three semester ) would pltdgithe Republican
Mrs. Godwin was a paenger
credit, and will cost around $ nfsty, pr.sld.nt In a car driven by RalphB. ,t pmldentl I nominee to vigorous
plus books. 4)M torn of th* books for Godwin 35, also of 731 Ave r enforcement of* the new
Monday evening: lettering op.n Sept. I at the A. SW, which collided with federal ell II rights law but
layout, introduction to ttudnts. another vehicle at the Intersection would lea' the question of lit
ousiness law beginning of Ave C and Sixth nnstltutlimallty to the courts,
ing, intermediate typing St, NE. The second car ..as Coldwatrr voted against the
fling shorthand basic 4)l driven by Thomas ML M civil right bill In the Senate

Introduction to draftirg, Shepard 19. of 1234 Sixth St., and argued that two of Its maJor -
munications engineering
unconstltii'llonul
NE Shepard and a paiaenger provisions were
log, western civilization, .
al math, plane In his car, Marilyn Anderson A RECORD CAREER with the Florid Citrus Commfulon wi "*
Barring i political upheaval
20. of S40 Ave F SE received Lakeland
Ueftl I I was honored .t a dinnr at the
Stuart
business math speech this wk whop Robert GoMwater Is assured of 5 first
advertising and displays, 'I minor Officer injuries.Robert Feafle estimated Yacht Club given by staff members of the CommluUn. Stuart (It i scheduled to r*. ballot pnminatirn. He already
a non credit course in after almost 29 with the Commliiton. Hr h.
lUO damage to the fire July 21 l as comptroller years has the support of almost TOO
ties and Investments. Godwin car and $400 damage recalv'l a gift of art electric power law from Td L H dion. national convention delegates
Tuesday evening: Citrus with 699 needed to win
England, France,and to the Shepard vehicle
instrumentation fund.menl.I.
lure
Godwin was charged with But despite his long lead,
., design, accounting j John C. Lawrence, disobeying a stop sign Discussion Slated Goldwater i campaign aides
201 and 202, botany 1 of the Pilot Club of In another accident Saturday 6 ArrestedIn j would like to wipe out the last
chemistry, basic drafting: They
Haven was the official night tour Auburndal pocked nt VII"lnr.
inecring cuprites, :..iW thai. favorite
:
te of her club at the eon girls escapedsrU u 1 Injury Itope eipeet
tiuns, T aslr \ $ ,
> ofitamlkletei In "Wisconsin end
tfhten was .tt.nd4Id l by .h automobUtHhry wet
when : *
ics psychology, physical and science three, I women. when the automobile they FracasIn s' On Mental Health"Th. Ohio by will releaslnf wrack their lcransq'ahopes del,

were riding in was hit by an
credit courses, 1 new president of Pilot gstluns before lilt ballotingstarts.
for retailers, effective fleet Ilona I has been with the Atlantic Coast Line railroad ,
New in the locomotive on Ave. A, NW la Lakeland feasibility of establishing the cooperation of I number
oration, and modern math Dally Wisconsin has M delegatespledged | (
parents: of teenagers Point Bureau sine 1951 1 downtown Winter Haven The a Mental Health Aasocl- of various civic and organlta to Rp, John W
to that time worked car was proceeding west on lion in Polk County and the lion leaders In forming a
Wednesday evening: > and Ohio has 51 committed
of materials Introduction the Indianapolis Times, Av*. A when the train hit the LAKELAND (UPI-SI) whit method of providing servicesto Mental health Association' In Byrnes to Co*. James A
Sh. also vehicle In the rear. the Polk patient In Polk County
business, beginning typing, poll., Indian youths were arrested by police County Rhodes The Goldwster camp
termediate typing a trawl new bur Treated and released at Sunday night al band of whit ihc slat, hospital will b* the On of the first objective of' ipectt to pull In 20 to tl from
bane drafting the Western North Caro Winter Haven Hospital for and Negro boys roamed the hpic of discussion for a group the group will b* to provide i Wisconsin and! U to 30 from
graphics, communications, : Communities minor injuries was Judith Ann street heckling I I each other. of civic leader In the Winter link between the hospital in Ohio when those delegates artreleased.
and ballet, college ,, North Carolina, and Barton 1$. driver of the auto There were no Incidents of violence Haven-Barlow area Thursday Arcadia and the community .
physics, speech, t; delation* office of the Sue Bran 16. Janice Me night July Wi. at T:3O: p.mIn for the purpos of providing (The Nw York Daily N...,
Col. 1)
Spanish, and two t I County Community (Continued On Page 1 The boys were picked up on the Tampa Electric Building service to the patients In he la i story published today, reported
course., personal typing I I and Council, Inc., at charges of carrying concealed In Winter Haven hospitals and their families It bad learned exclusively
(Continued On Page 8, Col. ; Salem, North Caro weapons, police said and three The florid Association 'for residing In Polk County | that GoMwster" had captured
> line: She 1*Point a former Couege!professor, 40 & 8 PlansPromenade of them were turned over to Juvenile Mental Health represented! by Alto under consideration will ..110\ Wisconsin delegstes and
SI Nigh nun
authorities Eucutlv be Ih* Legislative Program of
Earl Donaldson. II of In* M Hi Ohio
Carolina, and Is
DeathsSet Point, North The other three-James Tol- Director. Evtlln Williams, th* Florid Association forM.nt.1 Holiday s gradual. for of Teacher George In P..bodyCoU.e. Nashville ley, Robert Baker and Donald Program Director and 0 Health and the participation 'bowed outs midafternoon"Sunday

Tennessee She Is a widow Lint-burger, ill I 17 were Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital of Polk County in tb* and word to that effect
I and the mother of. 22-ynr-old charged with carrying e deadly in Arcadia represented current >tat*-Federal' projectof was relayed! to Republican N.

New son La Soc tedtl 40 Homines weapon and released.. Pollc by Mr. Vada Pent. Volunteer plsnnlng for comprehensivetCautau.d flood Comtnttu besdqusrteriontinued
RecordBy Mrs. Brook boa long been Et I Cbevaux, Polk Voltur said they found a 22 caliber and Coordinator, bar asked On Page I. CoL; I) (Is On Pete I, Col I)
rule a pier of lead pipe .
active In pra'gaalzatione 211, will hold a promenade -- -- -- -
knives In the boys' -
possenton.
seven
civic affair, and
Wednesday night at the Park
Veiled Pr,... International) boob today despite! reinforced community service work in her Restaurant serU t r wlk
trouble followed
A new Fourth! of July holiday police patrols: across the nation state and city and also In the Happy Time and Chow will of The minor rock throwing a Incidents i iDAYt
traffic death ull was on the and warning* from the National work of the Episcopal Church. begin at 1:30.d : Saturday Bight In which
Safety Council She I* a charter member of the
California and Michigan set (Continued Oa Page I, Cot 1) groups of Negro and whit
.:D boys- -about 100 **ch- -lined upon
GOP Platform state records to boost the nstional opposite sides of the street
count over the old recordof and heckled each other,
442 death during a 71 hour About fourteen Negroes out ofa 8E

group of 7} .r *o walking Ih.

Faces fightSAN Florid Highway Paled street downtown entered and
were served at a restaurant .
headquarters n Lakeland reported .r
(Th* Toddle House i
two traffic fatalities In
Meanwhile, In 'M little town
FRANCISCO (UPI) -
Polk Coanty over the July
U Pahoke In Palm S..1tCJJllnty '
and Scranton back.
Goldwater 4tk weekend. OM motorist
maneuvered today for e killed a fight broke between :
era was Frt r_ an*
Negroes' and whites in a theatrrand .
batik inside the Republican
showdown another In Bartow
the
to bring
n -i
Platform Committeeover '. 4r police bad to clear tile ,
retI.t, traffic death toll to clo4 4 f
building before It was ,
the GOP civil right plank. 41 fr the year
by the management for the second
straight night Several automobile ,
Pens'sylvasia .
supporters tit underdog windshield wen brokenIn
Cov William W. Independence Day holiday in1MO t a rock.throwing battle latH
Scranton ar* driving to have "N
j straight
lNar' It wa tile second
the Republican convention de- With report of accident stifl .f --r light that racial roubi has
cUr 1U belief in the eonsUtuUonslity coming in, n United Press international s spread from the (Pine) theater
of the new rights legislation count *t 100: a m. to other pert of town. Pt
signed into law last showed at least 47)
EDT persons lice said a group of Negro
week died In traffic accidents entered the thesUr and fighting
between I p.m. local time broke out between the Negroes
Backer of Sea Barry Cold- Thursday and midnight Sunday, and whit patron.
water who voted against the The breakdown* ..ms..v L rM Th tit,', municipal swim-
mesaur in the Senate on the Traffic 471
sing pool was also' closed Rue
.
ground that tt was unconstitutional Drowning 134 .r Mayor
day, areordlna Pahok
laid they would oppoteany Plane IMiseeBaneoti 4A Dunes pdgl
such attempt to "embar pTotal ? ,t e
rear" their candidate for the MCahfornia d M
,' presidential omlaatioa.s. / yr U. S. Embassy
part led th* nation with }
7t traffic death, a record for YI S
... Hugh Scott: R-Pa.. scut any holiday .la to* state Michigan 4 Attacked By I I
tied any hope of a compromise had 31 dead Teia 17 and Terrorist y
offered Cold.
plank by New York 2>. Then were 23 a
ter spokesmen to bead off a highway deaths to fHinoii nin SAIGON (UPI) A terrorist
row in the 100-meirber plat- Ohio and U la Pettuyhranla. yanked a ....... hand gr*. r
committee. Scott i Scrastoe's .
torn -
convention The worst tingle hfhwy accident nad born a breed wrapper today v
manager of t b e holiday weekend PILOT PRESIDENT -:-s. Joins C, Lawrence, and flung )M at the AmerVcsn

Rep John J Rhode. R.Art*.. happened near Bowling Green ** t .f tie Filet peal>>> .f Winter Haven, I is stwCook EmbteeyTh .
"
Mo early Sunday whe* tightperson grenade bousw4 back
spokesman for Cnldwter on leaks .f K. li Point,
AlmoH .
Mrs,
eWermo wide a *
Mid the platform *-*eve* of then in on ; tote the ttr* ( 10 feet free the
the committee.Mould only p ledge 1Mpart car-wer* killed la a beadoncoSiaw North Carol"**, newly i lest nd "*.;de.t .f r.u* o.erfAstofi > embassy etrt/ta** without" geese MISS DIXIE Cud ly"N ll"",* center. .If of Dart.n..ach was chosen

y and it* candidate for *). ,lfttef*.tI...*.. *t the Wld HotoT. <. Nw York tit. VltnaM workmen Miss Oiil .f *"4 Saturday eight in the. D'yt**' letelt Jaycaea' annual DI.I.
residrftt to support the law Th safety eouacfl lad estimated Dry, M,.. Lewse.c. ws IHM ,.r eUb's! eff.c.l.1 l deUfoto" f. ekH the wkJto.Ud granad FroBct, She It i' 1", 101 '..ftd H.2.J4, Second pta<* w.. Joyco Irene Crrtt
that between cst cad 41rd .1| ......*i *f He. cUtsifW civic .*dId tarower !but lit H
a
and eclorte It Beyond that, $ *tdt, *"d lt-31-14. Third was
there wa* M need person would be Idled la -rYtu civil which .*s n., .t tie Wldrf Jane 21. was haltered to be a ssemberCMimwaist ? She .> If I"*" 124
Rhode said l.Mii. Eiu: .th Filler .f B.f.. Rouge, L., I ii poundi,
m go meek deeper Into the civil traffic aceidevti during the bal Jvfy 3 oAd which was' .H"dod by so** I.SCO *i M";"* tI t Ie VIet Cog

right cuntioieriy, Jday weekend bet e.sa .M "., ......... w"''..... aguigatios. J4-2M4 j



Monday July 6, 1 1964
Page Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FlORIDA '



Beymer Church [The Weafher-toca// And National/ DeathsGLYNN Itaar Abby .



Board Meets Clynn Daniel IJ, FEAGLE Feeble. 4, of Different Viewpoints !

Breezy Petit. Baboon) Park

drowned yesterday in a canal llurcn
near Crooked Lake. Abigail Van

He was a native of Winter
Tuesday Night /t J- I Haven and moved to Babaoo
Park from Dtwdee two weeks DEAR ABBY Please tell UNPAID that ie,
DEAR ABBY: I think are wrong to
you life free. When I was
In are in rrv
ago He was Blessed in the a gsri. should baby-sit with her own beat things for
lilt
193O'a> many an hour
The official board of Beymer Church of Jesw Christ of Lat. brothers and sisters for nothing Why should .1H111 ''back In to the accept pay when it was offered
Memorial Methodist Church ter Day Saints. she pas up a chance to make herself $2 or and refused not to sitting at home with
referring my
will hold Its monthly mating He la survived by his parents, $3 Just free home and Tuesday at 8-30 p.rtl. In the Mr. sod Mrs. Rudolph Fesgle thing for parents can't afford pay of own accepting money from my parents for that
social hall of the church It was 'tTA of Breeze Point; two sisters, sitters, they don't have any business the having had it been offered to me which it assuredly 1
largo families I think U is terrible way
reported yesterday. Preceding ) Mary Nancy Feagle and Barbara make slaves out of their chil was not! I used to volunteer to care for the
the session all commlsslona some parents children because I wanted to do
Jean Feagle, of Breezy their neighbors'
dren. As for what children "owe" par
will meet In their assigned Point two brothers Gerald something for someone. I learned how to keep
; cots I can't see where they owe them anything. entertained and how to
rooms at 7:30: p.m. Q Joseph Feagle and Michael Edward Children dot ask to be born. You can use my youngsters busy, them get[
The pastor the Rev. Leo F. .. Feagle of Breezy Point, letter If you want to, but please don't use my them to behave without The experience punishing I received or even in
17T threatening to.
be at that 'r .WAkkf.S7Iotueic
will Methodist
King, p0 his paternal grandparents, Mr. name. children more than compensated for
handling
Youth Camp near Le ibur|this and Mrs. Roy Feagle of Dundee "PAID"DEAR the time I devoted to It. It la almost impossibleto
week teaching a course on"The ; and his maternal grandmother e e e e give something without getting at least at
Life of Jesus." Members of the Mrs. Estelle Vann of much In return. Sign me-
Junior high division of the local o Dundee. ABBY: That greedy girl signed "UN-
parish will attend the camp. s PAID" should be ashamed of herself. I am WELL PAID
Funeral services held
were not a girl. I am a l7 year-old boy, hut I have
The Rising Tenth Grade Camp
from the Church of Jesus Christ been a sitter for my mother ever since I was .
will be held there 13-18.
July
of Latter Day Saints in Winter 12 years old. I sat with three younger sisters
announced for the month I would like to know how
Also DEAR ABBY: a
this week for four
Haven
afternoon at 2 and a baby brother six nights a
of July was the Woman's Societyof child can Justify accepting money from his parents -
o'clock with the Bishop J. E. years while my mother worked. You lei Miss
with siblings. I to be
Christian Service School of the for "sitting" hapoen
King, Elder Hollls Brannen and Albby, my father died and that was only where
In a family there
Missions to be held at Florida Mom could manage. I wouldn't trade a the eldest daughter
Southern College In Lakeland MOSTLY FAIR .. Most of the nation will enjoy clear skies and above average temperaturestoday. Elder W. T. Brannen, officia way bushelbasket full of dollars for the good feelingIt were 14 children I didn't Just "sit" with the
July 20-24. Scattered showers are forecast for New M.xtcoand Arlzon In the southwest. Showers are tin,. Burial followed In Lake gives me to know that I was able to help my younger ones, either. I bathed then dressed
Events during August will Include also forecast for the Great Lakes region and the Mississippi Ohio Valleys aide Memorial Park. Mom when she had It so rough. them, fed them and did the diapers. U I bad
the Vacation Bible School OttLaughlin Funeral Horn been paid for aU the hours I "sat," I would be
was In charge of MAN OF THE FAMILY
arrangements THE
LOCALOU'l'LOOK
for the Children's Division from Florida Zone FiveDayThe sitting pretty.
the 10th through the 14th and Partly cloudy through to- e e e e

the observance of the annual morrow with scattered after. Panhandle five-day mrecast for Florida ROBERT GERTRUDE
JARRETT able.
DEAR ABBY We have a healthy
Youth Week from the 16th noon and evening showers. Clear to partly cloudy and beginning 7 a.m. Mondayand Robert Furman Jarrett, 83, : I She baby-sits all
e e e e
through the 20th. High today 81 to M. Low tonight warm today, tonight and Tuesday ending 7 a.m. Friday: If 2727 Ave. M, NW, died suddenly over 1.1 neighborhood:: for 7Sc an hour, but whenWE
At the Sunday, July 8, morn- lo Via 70's. Variable with isolated afternoon Temperatures will I I average at his residence yester need a baby.liner wt have to hire one, Troubled'' Write to ABBY. Box 69700 Los
Ing service the Sacrament of winds S to 15 miles per hour. and evening thunderihowers. near normal over the state for day. because she Is booked up- with paid sitting Angeles, Calif., 90069. For a personal reply, en-
the Holy Communion was ob the next S days Normal maxi. Jobs. She docent need the money because we self-addressed envelope.
High today M td 94. Low tonight lie was a native of Aihevllle, close a stamped,
served. Pastor King gave a is In give her a very generous allowance but aba
mum the low
nineties and
70 to Variable winds
Communion meditation on "My Three Persons 76. normal minimum in N. C., and moved to Winter u money mad. We think It is good experiencefor C e *
S to IS miles hour the seven
Father's World" and conducted per Haven from Orlando 34 years young people to earn money, but wouldn'tyou
ties. Precipitation will be light booklet, "How To Have A Lovely
the communion liturgy assisted North ago He was an Insurance think a high school senior would realize For Abby's
Generally fair through Tues averaging less than one inch broker and retired in J953. He that money is not aa important as volunteeringan Wedding," send SO cents to Abby Box 69700
the Rev, Ronald Johnson,
by assistant pastor and the Rev. FireSTUART day. High today 90 to 94. Low coming mainly In the form of was a member of the First occasional helping hand at home? Los Angeles Calif., 90069.
Die In widely scattered
tonight In the seventies. Variable afternoon
J. G. Stradley, D. D., parish ahoweri. Baptist Church and Masonic MONEY MAD'S PARENTSCOMPLETES e McNiiifht Syndic.Inc I M
minister of visitation. The winds 9 to 15 miles per Lodge 188, F. Ic A. M.

chancel choir sang the anthem (UPI) -Three persons hour. He Is survived by his widow,

"Blessed Is the Man" (Mar were killed Sunday when Northeast Pathet Laos Mrs. Bessie Holcombe Jarrettof Nikita Returns To Moscow
shall) and the offertory anthem fire destroyed a two-story apart. Partly cloudy through Tues- Winter Haven; two sisters,
"Richard de Castre's Prayer to ment building here day with widely scattered Mrs. Ann Scott and Mrs. A. A I

Jesus" (Terry), directed by The victims, two men and a night and morning showers. Black welder; and a brother, H.

M. L. Chlsholm Minister of woman, were on the top floor High today upper eighties. Low Claim U..S. II. Jsrrett, an of Atlanta, Ga. 48.t To Battle Communist RiftMOSCOW
Music, with Thomas Brierly of of the wooden building when tonight In the seventies. Variable Funeral services will be held
Lakeland as guest organist. the fire broke out. The flames winds S to IS miles per at graveside in Sunset Hill :

King spoke the evening service leaped onto a nearby house deitroylng hour. Cemetery in Valdosta, Gs. iqjI (UPI) Premier Image, then the trip apparentlywas

on "What Happens When It, and onto.a power Central Pilot DownedVIENTIANE with the Rev.' James Rodgers, Nikita S. Kl.-ushchev returned a success."I .
You Pray?" and Johnson assisted pole, throwing the business district Partly cloudy through Tuesday pastor of the First i Baptist : :" home from his three.week trip am thoroughly satisfied
in the service The Into darkness with scattered afternoonand Church of Valdosta, officiating i : to Scandinavia today to turn with my visit and the friendly

Wesley Chorale teen-age choir The victims were Identified as evening thundershowers Laos (UPI) OttLaughlin Funeral HomeIs I.'t.; his attentions to the growing reception," Khrushchev repeatedly

sang the anthem "Christian James Johnson.32, Lee Davis, today. U S. sources had no confirmation In charge of local arrange : crisis In t':e Communist camp. said (in Denmark, Sweden
Dost Thou See ThemT" (Dykes) 28, and Glorlda Jean Grubbs, South today of a claim by the ments. t The Soviet leader was travelIng and Norway.
and Miss Patsy McHale sang Low tonight upper seventies. Communist Pathet Lao faction \. by train to Moscow from Expectations of hostile demo
"How Beautiful Upon the Moun 24Another o ee u pan t of the Variable winds 5 to IS miles that it has "captured U S. .:\! the Baltic Sea port of Baltyisk, onstratlons, fears that attempt

tain" as the offertory solo. apartment building, Fred Smith per hour becoming gusty near pilots" flying over Laos. Acheson Stands ..... where he aHved Sunday from would be made on Khrush

was hospitalized with third degree showers The only pilot known to be In On Norway. chev's life, and indications that
Staircase Fall burns. Keys Pathet Lao hands Is U. S. Navy By CyprusGENEVA After spending 20 days wooing the public would ignore the HI-

"The building went up like a Partly cloudy through Tuesday Lt. Charles Klusmsnn of San westerners In Denmark, it did not materialize.The .

Kills Man 88 tinderbox," said Mayor Ray with widely scattered Diego, Calif., whose unarmed (UPI) Special Sweden and Norway, Khrushchev reception In Denmark
Cooke, a volunteer fireman. showers. High today 88. Low RF8A photo reconnaissance presidential envoy Dean Ache- was expected to concentrate started out lukewarm but became

MIAMI BEACH
elderly man died at a.I .hospitalioday war destroyed In the blaseFAlE 15 miles per hour becoming ground fire June 6. help U sought in a United Nations TRAININQ with Communist China and end ,pi the stay 1| Sweden the
several hours after tie. gusty near showers Kluimlnn w'jpd off would-be 'diplomatic effort to resolve Private Robert Scott Brake- unrest among his East' European reaction was cool and correct.

was found unconscious at the helicopter rescuers moments the Cyprus crisis field, son of Mr. and Mrs. allies.Western Norway responded the most
foot of an outside staircase before Communist troops were U. N. mediator Sskari Tuomioja W. W. Brakefleld 703 Ave.H. diplomatic sources warmly of the three eountrltl.fORGO'fTE'V .

leading to his apartment hen Republicans Support seen closing In on him.A of Flnlnd Is conducting N. E, has recently com- said Khrushchev will go to

Police said Irving Bernstein, U.S. Navy FaA jet fighterwas a new round of peace talks pleted Airborne Training at Warsaw later this month to ..11A.YWASHINGTON
88, apparently tell from the shot down the following with representatives of Greece Fort Binning, Ga., and has meet East European Commu
staircase Sunday Highland suffered day but the pilot, Cmdr. DoyleW and Turkey the NATO partners received the silver wings of a nist leaders for emergency i UPI)-Per

fatal injuries Civil Rights Measure Lynn of Mesa, Calif, was which are backing opposite Paratrooper of the U. S. Airborne talks on the Communist world's haps the most forgotten Republican .
A pasting ambulance driver rescued. aides In Cyprus' communalwar. Army. troubles. vice presidential candidateIn

spotted Bernstein's figure at the The Communist claim was While the Kremlin leader history was a nun named

foot of the stairs and took thenun The also showed that broadcast by the Pathet Lao Acheson, a former secretary Sea Divers toured the Scandinavian countries Hannibal Hamlln.
to the hoipltal. SAN FRANCISCO (UPIA) survey Radio and transmitted from of state, arrived Sunday on his the East European leaders Give up?
survey prompted by former the great bulk of Republicans Peking by the Communist New trouble-ahmting mission st the Come Up For held a series of meetings He was Abraham Lincoln's
concerned
Involved over
President Dwight D. Elsenhow- was China News Agency request of President Johnson. reportedly centered on Khrush first running mate.BREAK .
WASHINGNo. er showed overwhelming sup- foreign policy and consideredthe The broadcast also claimed A State Department statementsaid Air TodayMIAMI chev's push for a world Communist
body knows why exactly, but 1 HIs t port among tho rank and file struggle In Viet Nam a top that Pathet Lao antiaircraftunits only that he will be meeting designed for a

traditional for the Republican > Republicans for the recently Issue In the November cam had shot down or damaged "available on behalf of the showdown with Peking over
Convention to precede the i passed civil rights: law, it was paign. than 10 AmericanJet United States government to (UPD-Two) deep sea leadership of the movement. THE
Democratic. The only excep.> revealed today. Robert E. Merriam, onetime more explorers, one the son of flyingace Complicating the Soviet
peallion
and provide any a s .1.I tan t that
fighters propellerdriven
tlons were In 1888, 1956 and I I Only I small minority of White Home aide to Elsenhow may be appropriate. Charles Lindbergh, were to in the ideological and political HEAT BARRIER!
WO. This year, the Democratsconvene i those participating in the survey er, will report to the Republican T28 flghter-bombers In the Tuomioja began the new discussions breathe fresh air today for the dispute with Peking 'are
30 days The Laotian air
In Atlantic City, N. J.,i. backed Sen. Barry Cord- Platform Committee to. past Sunday with a meetIng first time In nearly a week the Independence rumblings of WITH
Aug. 24. water, front-runner for the GOPpresidential night on the results of tII.qUfltlonn.lr. force denied the claim. with Cyprus' Foreign Minister after an under sea expedition in some of the East European reoImes.
The T28i piloted byAmerlc.n
are
distributed under the Bahamas.The .
nomination, In his Spyros Kyprlanou. The Romania has been
trained .
Laotians.The
-
opposition to sections of the a "party.to.people" program Greek Cypriot official then flewto two-Jon Lindbergh and swerving from Moscow's con
SCARIFIED law suggested by the former Presi Pathet Lao did not itemize London to represent Cy Robert Stenuit arrived here trol and seeking closer relations Cartiet
how of the 10
many planet Sunday I In a decompression
dent. with the West.
prus' President Makarloi at the
Merriam coordinator for the were jets and how many were chamber and the chief of their

BAIIIA GRASS SEED Veteran AffairsHoward program, said the breakdownon T28s. Commonwealth Wednesday.The conference. opening (National Geographic Society) Henry Shapiro, CPU chief

civil rights was "pretty U.N, mediator hoped to expedition called their two-day Mifecow correspondent who accompanied room air
much the same" as the GOP JEALOUS WI'ESSHErFIELD. stay on the ocean floor "a real Khrushchev on his
Argentine H. Enlow, County vote in Congress on the measure England (UPI) resentstives get the Greek together and Turkish for bilateral rep. breakthrough" Scandinavian trip makes the conditionerDONT

Service Officer for Polk County, In the Senate, 82 per cent Dolores Rsdford, 24, back following assessment
79c lb. 10 Ibs. $7.75 announced today that a representative of the Republicans voted for from four years as a children'snurie talks, with himself acting "It's quite a milestone In getting If Khrushchev intended to divide .
from the Polk CountyVltlrana' as a bridge between the two
the bill. In the House, 78 percent In New York and Los An. sides. to the bottom of the eoninrntal the Scandinavians, heailed.
Service Office Bar- of the GOP membership- gelea, said she wouldn't recommend shelf and making available ( But If he sought only to
be The talks aimed at averting
tow Florida will In Winter are
Pensacola
11 cent of the
supported the mesaure.Approximately It to others because per more Improve the Soviet and his own
Haven Thursday, at th.OldC1ty a shooting clash between "
"American wives world to mandklnd, said Edwin
29c !lb. 10 Ibs $2.75 Hall Building (Courtroom) were distributed 400,000 questionnaires b r Jealous." are awfully Greece and Turkey over the Unk, head of the expedition.
corner of 6th and Central Ave, Cyprus question. The two countries
The divers spent their Urns Inan
I Limit 10 ,Iki. ,1..1! I from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to aa. Republican affiliated organlistlons "If you start talking to the have threatened armed Intervention under de- RICHARD D. FIELD, M.D.
water dwelling
Replies i man of the house than the vusn
and under the survey. more
stet veterans their dependents If the Island's flght-
or survivors with have been received from 10m..o.ooo.Ith .i I .woman you get venomous signed by Link. They worked on u...*..> she .iici.tin .f
anymatters log gets out of hand.
RoseLovers I Icdally. looks. It la almost fatal various research projects and
pertaining to veterans more coming I as to
has been beset for
Cyprus JAMES A. BAKER M.D.
Joke with the men." she said. made a number of tests. ,
affairs the past seven months with The two men went underwater ....... Asa w..........
battles between Creek Cyprl- last Tuesday On Thursd.ytIIey In, the i*.cti.. .'

MONKEY BUSINESS 'Frisco Remains ota and Turkish Cyprtots. The were brought up In a decompression ObiMrici t4. 6y..<.l.9y
Quiet As
Turks who outnumbered 4
are
chamber from 430 440 Ne.ek. Fin St....
stop LA MIRADA CaM. (UPI-A to 1, are resisting efforts by feet below the sea and have Wi.t., H***., Fie,".
month-old monkey named the Creek Cypriot governmentto been staying under gradually

blackspotwith Dexter didn't pay the least bit Convention Time Nears take away their minority decreasing pressure. 11 App.ieemeae

of attention to all that propaganda safeguards.HORRIBLE. CYsmi J.2113 I
about a safe and sane
HAZE fourth of July. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) San Frsnrlsco may be host to EXAMPLESAN SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
Nearly morning these the GOP convention
every next week, DIEGO Calif (UPI) -
(only 1.45 a can) Sheriff deputies said the days the fog creeps over San look but on the surface It does not Nadine Roland's ease may be . . . . . . .. .
monkey apparently broke out of Francisco Bay and enshrouds that way now valuable in driver Instruction
the Golden Gale Bridge and the For one thing, there is an absence
his in Beneficial
cage a pet shop Saturday al a horrible example put
Srntts night and went on a rampage, city in a chilly mist that lasts of political signs. A few The 23-year-old Oxnard. Calif

overturning bottles, visiting oth until the sun burns It away In Coldwater slogans are spotted beautician was cited for speedIng .

er animals, strewing food on midmorning about There are some billboards July 4th in four communities
Wide S.1.ctionHouse the floor and dialing the tele And nearly every morning saying hopefully: "Pres within a four-bout period I @ BE LIKE

phone. But be settled down finally these days, a new element of ident Scranton:' There are and topped it off by befog ar MR. "KNOW IT ALL'
Plants after he gulped some the advance guard of the Republican many posters proclaiming that rested here for making as illegal .

tranquiliier pills. National Convention Pierre Salinger would make an U-turn and driving milesan Instep Air C ndltleala.
cornea to town, enshrouding the Ideal candidate but he's sDemocratic
hour la a >>-mill tone She Now for Jwt fseale

19; II II polities downtown that hotels will la last a blanket until the of US. Senate. contender for the was freed booked oa $200 and bond jailed to await but : In your pocket today ; .1IIIy. .

".. tEETH final roll call burns It away the Except for the activity of the trial Planning s vacation trw beacnf (In the mountains 7000 ITU'S 11$ YensONLY5141"g

end of next week Republican Platform Committee S Or. maybe a visit to the World's Fit With ash
MRt SUP e
So tar only a fraction of the at the Sl Francis Hotel facing from Beneficial. you can take advarMg of todays e

Free SIH Green AllaIIIC delegates, alternates, party officials Union Square and that of th" rBtuh6G4 : Kiting vacation opportunities. .pr..oe flOW.or e I sphe
Stamps loft CuMIMpIacM and newsmen has arrived newsmen at the Do box-Us.- come in. Get your cash and get t fid __dllnnc e
,.. Meeee In town. For the moment San Francisco Hihoa a few Gene iciera Golden for c..pIete
Foe Delivery e M P.r em vouJTCMTiTT at least it Is nature's fog which blocks away this u still tourists Inirrae.fn

'w : dominates the city. territory 9'i 'IncIY3.1aa :

; rot MAI COMFORT! : 181* FINANCE' !: SYSTEM 1864'CNIIS

I OS YOU MONTY SACS For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 .....N ........ PIe.- ee RefrigerationElectric
HARRHL'SJflWIWlTai EZI .._. ed u..... stnstaw. up tt $600 Oft runwtun. Car or Mote eM
DENTAL caslllO.S el ewe 1M ...... : WiNTRMAEVN BemncW Finance Co. of Winter Wt"2nd

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Scranton s Position:



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Barry /s Dangerous To Republican CauseBy



LLOYD ROCHELLE the economy of the Impovrrtahed while serving aa a pilot and operations leaders from his congressional
Untied rress International! < Appalachia region, which officer in the Air dlatrict wanted him to try to
'embraces a part of his own Transport Command They now wrest the traditionally OOP
Oov William W. Scranton of aeatt from Democrat finally
have four children a He
stale But
has afraid it will get
Pennsylvania la a political i icpdnter yielded on condition all fat-
bogged down in governmentalred After graduation from law
who entered the race tlona unite behind him and wenton A
tape through a "free wheeling school Scranton returned to
for the Republican Presidential to win his first elective of-
federal agency He wants the town In the heart of the
nominatloa after It already had flo*.
the states involved to have more anthracite ration which bear
kit the home stretch.. In Congress, he voted about
administrative! controlIn the family name and where his w
Until one month before the evenly on liberal and OOftIIf'rvaUve -
ancestors made a fortune In
State
DeptScranton
OOP convention Scranton wa
coal Iron and wsterworka He Inflation but MB ties
insisting he would not seek the began his public
took up law practice, handled seemed to be with the "Etaen-:
nomination and that he would 'service in 1969 as a special assistant bower moderate."
of the financial
some family's
accept it only if it came to him I l to the U.6 Secretary of
While running
affairs, and became a leader in considering
by "a sincere and honest draft"Then State In the last years of the .
the community's "bootstrap" for one more term before retiring
on June 12 the 46earold Eisenhower administration. He
campaign to lure new business from the political arena.
t II convinced that the United
>' governor declared himself to offset! the decline of the hard OOP leaden again came calling
\ a candidate and set forth 'States must show a firm handIn coal Industry. In 1962. This time they had a I I FOUR MhMONARns '",... four young U on a whirlwind campaign to foreign affairs. bitter-Intra party fued that 113,000 of the CTwreh of Jesus Christ *f Utter-Day Sslnta, people about the "Mormon" Church hiom l left, Sister F\
wrest enough delegates away He says he subscribes to the The political door opened In threatened to ruin their chance commonly\ known as Mormons, who are working In till \\Infer I Sweeten, Stator aoajM ,....*e, Motor [)Pane Drasler and Staler I

from front-running Sen. Barry :policy of "brinkmanship" associated when 19S9 to he a was reluctant serving Scranton In the of ending eight year of Drmocratlc Haven ant Flom Utah, Arlrona and Idaho they worked ss I .Isnrt Frtndsm,

Goldwater to prevent Ooldwa- I' with the late Secretary State Department Republican state rule
ter's nomination on the first ballot. "in time of crisis our -

Scrsnton's eleventh hour bid I country must take a strong position -

reflected his conviction that the I In order to have any efrecUvenp. S S

Republican party stood to suffera : ... Unless we say exactly -

disastrous defeat In state' where we stand and stick I 1 1 1Ti
and local elections as well as 'to it, Russia doesn't seem to understand _
nationally with Ooldwater and will try' to getaway atit It2onf7

heading the ticket He charged with other Infringements
that Ooldwster'a views on do- 'on the world."

mestic and foreign policy werea In other foreign affairs pro- of Winter Haven
",,eird parody" of traditional nouncements during 1964
Republican principles. Scranton; I
-Said the United States v ,
Describes Self
I should press to win the war in .'
Scranton describes himself as South Vietnam but the military .
...
"a liberal on civil rights a conservative :conflict should not be carried to "
on fiscal matters, an ,, '
I the Communists in the North.
Internationalist in foreign affairs .
-Backed the test-ban treaty 1
and a moderate on other ,with Russia.
Issues
Favored a limited blockade of
Although he's a wealthy man
I Cuba to prevent a build-up of
in private life- with a person.
i Its military strength and limit
al fortune of about ft million _
Scranton believes in holding a Ita ability of "export subver Helping build j

tight rein on public purse sion" to other Latin American

strings As governor of Pennsylvania countries
he has been an ardent -Advocated continuation of PERSONAL SECURITY r'I '
champion of economy in government the United Nations "ai long as
spending It serves a useful purpose." with
'
the United States for J .
working
While acknowledging a need "
for a certain amount of government Ita continuance FOR )

regulation of business, he Okayed Rights Bill
deplores "over-control" as bad Scranton supported the Civil

for the free enterprise system. Rights Bill in Congress this ''lily IIi)
Scranton believes many governmental year calling it "absolutely essential.
functions can be per- \.' He has also advocated

formed better and more economically a crash program of educationfor '
on the state level. To Negroes to help solve their

do his he advocates redistribution economic handicaps He recently "'." .5'w...... L III

of tax revenues cutting warned fellow Republicans to .
the federal share and giving "avoid at all costs falling into -

more to the states "as a prac- the trap of clasping to our boa Winter Haven Ill ii;' gi
tical answer to decentralized om those who use the phrase

government. states rights' only as a cloak to ,

He also feels that tax cuts deny Negroes or any other
should be matched by spending group their human and civil

cuts and government should ,rights." ... "
Scranton born In Madison 1'
tap private resources'and individuals was o '
.rn+
U) helping tott* the Conn there his parents ? ) -I' ."..!:.u:,. Wt-
problems of needy citizens. were vacationing, on July 19, 'f ". rr

Scranton favors the broad un,. He was the youngest of .. / r
four children Scranton's father
Johnson's -
outlines of President .
bolster tended mainly to the family's
1228 million program to
extensive Pennsylvania business
TONIGHT IS THI NI4HT Interests while hla mother Marion ..
,
TO GO OUT TO A MOVIII Margery Scranton known
.
as "The Duchess; war a OOP
At fine w. tUufht the wall
w.. fist. Nut e. decided! It national commttteewoman for
was rouft4 Tdiy w. Imtw about 35 years and national vice

that If It .r.ek.<*. chairman for four years

Friend of JFK
Scranton led an early life In
OPEN 1:4: $ P.M. DAILY
keeping with his social and flnanclal >
ContUuoiH From 2 P.M. status He and the late

IMC* SUN. one SAT. President John F Kennedywere

C*.,|M." ..... 1 P.M. friends In their college
days Scranton attended the

Hotchklss School In Connecticut

then Yale and Yale law
Iyez school\ He married his childhood .
sweetheart, Mary Chamberlain SECURITY FOR YOU Statement of Condition

during World War II
and
Today Tuesday -- Al ipecUliiU In ,."t",. and horn fie.ecinq.ur; f rest pleat. WINTIR HAVEN FLORIDA

4MKMUMKMSTUrt 1 kro U t. help people like you skein the tw..|ld.d blessings JUNI 10, If44

,f tocurltyt
WOMMTtTMTDStarr HEY IOYS ASSlYS.

IIfCWTUII .as' AND GIRLS! Profitabl..nd. I .f. living plsni I LOANS Firt* ....,.,.|. . . . . . .. .r. fII74Itr
DEBORAH sNAfIY SUMMIITIMIKm The opportunity t. . KERR U"..t_<. .. .. . ,.. .. .. H14MII
N'TEINMATINIE Ins! li,.t. I.U /s C**.'..* ... .. . .. . .. .. IIIOI1H
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SHOW SECURITY FOR WINTER HAVEN YOUR TOWN /:(> ONb9far. ta1 IfltJIftMCftl" ':: : :.r..r.:: 14.ft04,11 ,

MIllS Ivory 1..1 I !.... O..../ .. .... 'iii. .. .. 141411)1
IONNMIl1 WEDNESDAYMOINING The money folds a... hero financei tho purthtte and .onitruction D./fn.4 Ckt'**s sod Oibv'A..ts ,. ... .... .. ..... MO.W N

.ItS 1 '!n'iReCHA- -.. of homes' lit turn, th... heutino dellari pay realtors. c..k M H.IMI.W t* bah ::: 44ie: ir* t I. ",,',<
U f I.U. .*4 b..rMwt s..r 4101190 VO'd.
For Th*) Next I contractori and building trsdei crsfttmei. mist *f whom ro. . .'. "
J..K. l I. .. *t.ti . .. .. .. ..... lie 15000
Week A side In our ..", ,,,uity. Such money continue! to tlrculstocrostai ',IOU '

\. GARpEN'rw.co.A. At Y4wr1TT ".,.il taloi. f.yi grocery bitli-."",.l.s builnoisIn / -
/11,11/LJt I
....... ",.' .. ... our city
LIAIIIITIIS I'

W"1IflCIay oMr {..<**! sod l....*... A........ '...n.. .. ..... .. ... Ill til,Mill
SECURITY FOR AMERICA Ad..... .4..1 H._ lac bs. .. ..... ..... .. ... 10000009
U.-M A.M.WIOMtJOAT L.... I h* *>..... ... .. ... ... .... .. ........ .. .. ... 114,101/I
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1,400 saving, ....cl..i...* like .",.. These tavlirat and lean ....If... ........ ... ..... ... . . ,. III.UOM'
JOO L alterations "."Id. 44% of tho homo financing' f"lIdal" the **4*'.l IM..Ml 0.a.. ... .... ... .. 2.111 I til? WOlllfl
RALT D131E n dollan to work ; .t.nr. lf c-' ............. :181111. .
1 M s.r.l st t U.S.A.out more tho 17 billion purchsilnghomoi fwebs. .. ... .. . .. ... .... .. .. WI
!ig this )'.'". Over the years this aiioclatlon, and others ,wiIIIIIIJIIU J,1t
Mo It, hove helped wake .."."hip poniblo for 42% ef all

PULVeR homo dweller.


n55i r east 'No'' re' 'toNY'AWR $588,041.() SEMIANNUAL EARNINGS PAID SAVERS JUNE 30th
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KEWOW I-o-- 011.11I FIIr OFFICERS DIRECTORSW.
Prico To All 3Se
raor! /fuKn"ra MO n ..

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,. floe Uckr ... of ..M ) L COKER

HAVEN DALE A MM "'UltStiTOIInUII A. I. CONNOR VL../r..id.nt.Te.ssw.r CHAIIUAN Of THI IQAIO
DRIYI-IN roctn BAOIOA
THEATRE RICHARD L. HENLEY Vi..-Pe.sid.st. r .; A. SUMMERLINI.

g.TrMi./M c.... I.tP'o
T.." ... Ta.*. Nits POCKET CAOtO MYRTLE GAXOTO. Secretary i' H. WILLIAMS ;
Must l-Ssnalwse will k* eh,. ..., ...a
"SHOTGUN WIDMISOATMO WYLENE CARROLL. Aiiittant Secretary ROY'
NIN MATIMtl i ; I C0UMMERLIN

WIDOING" .* A ... EUNICE PARRISH. Aiiltlon Secretory u;. .. '
.. ,....... S17AWIy c.... *.. ..*.*MV lesal. y W. T. SIMPSON JR.
.... OLIVE H. HENOftlCKSON, Asilttanf T'... ror

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Two WINTER HAVEN
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Beymer Church (The Weather--Local, State And Nationall/| Deaths/ Dear Abby .



Board, Meets g Glynn GLYNN Daatei D. FEAGLE Faeffe, 4. of Different Viewpoints J

Breezy Pont Baboon Park

I o drowned yesterday in a can*!
) HUTCII
toi. near Crooked Lake. Abigail Van

Tuesday NightThe He was a native of Winter

j. ....J Haven and moved to Baboon

Park fl"OllINMee two weeks DEAR ABBY: I think you are wrong to DEAR ABBY Please tell UNPAID that the
.go. He wu Blessed in the agree that a girl should baby-sit with her own best things in life are free. when I was in n\
official board of Be>ym r Church of Jew. Chriet of Latter brothers and sister for nothing Why should teem 'beck in the 1930's) I sat for many an hoar:
Memorial Methodist Church Day Salnta.' she pass up a chance to make herself $2 or and refused to accept pay when It was offeredI
at
will hold its monthly meeting He U survived by hit parents S3 Just to home and do the samething am not referring and sisters to sitting. I would home with my
Tuesday at 8-30: p.m. In the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Feagleof for ee--rf parents can't afford to pay own brothers from never dream
my parents for
social hall of the church It WII Breeze Point; two sisters sitters large ifles'tthtk.it; ant! terrible business the having way accepting had it been offered money to me which it assuredly that
reported yesterday. Preced Mary Nancy and to volunteer to care for
Fesgle Bar- make slaves out of their chil wan not! I used theneighbors'
some parents
ing the session, all commissions
bars Jean children because I wanted
Feagle, of Breezy dren. As for what children "owe" their parents to do
will meet In their assign Point; two brothers, Gerald I can't see where they owe them anything. something for someone I learned how to keep
ed rooms at 7:30 p.m. Joseph Feagle and Michael Edward Children don't ask to be born. You can use my youngsters busy, entertained and how to get!
The pastor the Rev. Leo F. 1 Feagle of Breezy Point, letter if you want to, but please don't use my them to behave without punishing them or even
King, will be at the M.thodl.tYoutb ..txASh/ his name. threatening to. The experience I received in
paternal Mr.
grandparents,
children more than compensated for
Camp near Leesburg this "PAID"DEAR handling
week teaching a course on"The and Mn. Roy Fesgle of Dundee the time I devoted to It. It Is almost impossibleto

Life of Jesus" Members of the ; and his maternal grandmother C e a e to something without getting at least as
Mrs. Estelle Vann of vrn return. Sign me-
Junior high division of the local c Dundee. ABBY: That greedy girl signed "UN.
parish Win attend the camp. .1H WtRS PAID" should be ashamed of herself I am WELL PAID
The Rising Tenth Grade Camp Funeral services were held not a girl.! I am a 17-year-old boy hut I have
will be held there, July 1318. .. from the Church of Jesus Christof been a sitter for my mother ever since I was .
Latter Day Saints in Winter 12 years old. I sat with three younger sisters
Also announced for the monthof
Haven this afternoon at 2 and a baby brother six nights a week for four DEAR ABBY: I would like to know how s
July was the Woman's Societyof o'clock with the Bishop J. E. years while my mother worked. You see. Miss child can justify accepting money from his parents .
Christian Service School of with
siblings. I
King, Elder Hollis Brannen and Abby, my father died and that was the only for "sitting" hapoen to be
Missions to be held at Florida Mom could I wouldn't trade a the eldest daughter in a family where there
Southern College In Lakeland MOSTLY FAIR .. Most of the nation will enjoy clear skies and above average temperatures Elder W. T. Brsnnen officia bushelbasket way full of manage.dollars for the good feeling were 14 children. I didn't Just "sit" with the

July 2024. today. Scattered showers are forecast forNewMexicoand Art ton in the southwest. Showers are ting. Burial followed in Lakeside it gives me to know that I was able to help my younger ones, either. I bathed them, dressed

Events during August will Include also forecast for the Crest Lakes region and the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys Memorial Park. Mom when she had it so rough. them, fed them and did the diapers. If I had

the Vacation Bible School OttLaughlin Funeral Homewas been paid for all the hours I "sat," I would be
for the Children's Division from LOCAL OUTLOOK Florida Zones five-Day in charge of arrangements. THE MAN OF THE FAMILY sitting pretty.

the 10th through the Nth, and Partly cloudy through tomorrow e e e
the observance of the annual with scattered afternoon The
Panhandle five-day lurecast for
and Flor ROBERT F. JARRETT DEAR ABBY We have a healthy able- GERTRUDEe
Youth Week, from the 16th evening showers.High ida
through the 20th. today 88 to M. Low to- Clear to partly cloudy and beginning 7 a.m. Mondayand Robert Furman Jarrett, 83, bodied, 17-year-old daughter. She baby-sits all C e e
warm today, tonight and lues- ending 7am. Friday: the for 7Sc hour, but whenWE
an
At the 8 night in the 70'f. Variable if 2727 Ave. M, NW, died suddenly over neighborhood
Sunday July morn- day with Isolated afternoonand Temperatures will average .this residence yesterday need baby-sitter we have to hire one, Troubled? Write to ABBY, Box 69700.' Los
service the Sacrament of winds S to 19 miles
ing hour.
per evening thundershowers.High near normal over the state for because she is booked up. with paid sitting Angeles, Calif., 90069. For a personal reply, enclose
the Holy Communion was ob- today M tcr 94. Low tonight the next S days Normal maxl. Jobs. She doesn't need the money because we self-addressed
envelope.
He stamped,
was a native of Ashevl11e.N. a
,
served. Pastor King a but she
gave
mum Is In the low give her a very generous allowance
70 to 76. Variable winds nineties and
Communion meditation on "My Three PersonsDie normal minimum in C., and moved to Winter I Is money mad. We think it is good experiencefor e e s e
5 to 15 miles hour. the seven
per Haven from Orlando 34 but wouldn'tthat
Father' World" and conductedthe years young people to earn money,
communion liturgy assisted North ties. Precipitation will be light sgo. He was an insurance a high school senior would realize For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely

by the Rev Ronald Johnson, Generally fair through Tues averaging less than one Inch broker and retired in 1953. He monkey la not as Important as volunteeringan Wedding" send 50 cents to Abby Box 69700,

assistant pastor and the Rev. In FireSTUART day. High today 90 to 94. Low coming mainly In the form of was a member of the First occasional helping hand at home? Los Angeles Calif.. 90069.

J, G. Etradley D. D., parish tonight In the seventies Variable showers widely scattered afternoon Baptist Church and Masonic MONEY MAD'S PARENTS C McN.uSl Sxndlul Inc MM
minister of visitation. The winds S to IS miles per Lodge 188, F. & A. M.

chancel choir sang the anthem (UPIThree) persons hour. lie li survived by his widow,

"Blessed la the Man" (Marshall were killed Sunday when Northeast Pathet Laos Mrs Bessie Holcombe Jarrett Nikita Returns To Mosc-OW

) and the offertory anthem fire destroyed a two-story apartment Partly cloudy through Tuesday of Winter Haven; two listen,

"Richard de Castre's Prayer to building here. with widely scattered Mrs. Ann Scott and Mrs. A. A. I

Jesus" (Terry), directed by The victims, two men and a night and morning showers. Black welder; and a brother II.

M. L. Chlsholm Minister of woman, were on the top floor High today upper eighties. Low Claim U S. H. Jarrett, an of Atlanta Ga. 48 To Battle Communist RiftMOSCOW
Music, with Thomas Brierly of of the wooden building when tonight in the seventies. Variable Funeral services will be held .;0

Lakeland as guest organist. the fire broke out. The flames winds 5 to 15 miles per at graveside In Sunset Hill .. .

King spoke at the evening service leaped onto a nearby house, destroying hour. Cemetery In Valdosta, Ga, ..,... (UPI) Premier image, then the trip apparentlywas

on "What Happens When It, and onto a power Central Pilot DownedVIENTIANE with the Rev. James Rodgers, Nikita S. Khrushchev returned a success
You Pray?" and Johnson assisted pole, throwing the business district Partly cloudy through Tues pastor of the First i Baptist # home from his three.week trip "I am thoroughly satisfied

In the service The into darkness. day with scattered afternoonand Church of Valdosta, officiating. to Scandinavia today to turn with my visit and the friendly

Wesley Chorale teen-sge choir The victims were Identified as evening thundershowers Laos (UPI!) OttLaughlin Funeral HomeIs his attentions to the growing reception," Khrushchev repeat.

sang the anthem "Christian" James Johnson, .32, Lee Davis, today U. S. sources had no confirmation in charge of local arrange crisis in the!: Communist camp. edly said in Denmark, Sweden
Dost Thou See Them? (Dykes) 28, and Glorida Jean Grubbs, South today of a claim by the ments. 'i' The Soviet leader was travel and Norway.

and Miss Patsy McHale sang 24, Low tonight upper seventies. Communist Pathet Lao faction ing by train to Moscow from Expectations of hostile demo

tain""How Beautiful.. the Upon offertory the Moun solo Another occupant of the Variable winds S to 15 miles that It has "captured U S. Acheson Stands the Baltic Sea port of Baltylsk, onstrstlons, fears that attempt

apartment building, Fred Smith per hour becoming gusty near pilots" flying over Laos where he ar-ived Sunday from would be made on Khrush

wu hospitalized with third degree showers. The only pilot known to be In Norway, chev's life, and indications that

Staircase Fall burns cloudy Psthet Lao hands Is U. S. NavyLt. By On CyprusGENEVA After spending 20 days wooing the public would Ignore the visit .

"The building went up like a Partly through Tues Charles Klusmsnn of San westerners in Denmark, did not materialize.The .

Kills Man 88 tinderbox," said Mayor Ray day with widely scattered Diego Calif, whose unarmed (UPI) Special Sweden and Norway, Khrushchev reception in Denmark

Cooke, a volunteer fireman. showers. High today 88. Low RFSA photo reconnalsssnce presidential envoy Dean Ache- was expected to concentrate started out lukewarm but became

MIAMI BEACH
elderly man died. attla, ,,hospital,also was destroyed In the blsie. 15 miles per hour becoming ground fire June e. help is sought In a United Nations COMPLETES TR/mtNQ ref with Communist China and end p( the .t.,. I Sweden the

;tjoday several hour after lie 4 gusty near showers Kluimlnn Waved off would-be /diplomatic effort to resolve Private Robert Scott Brake-1 unrest amonf his East European reaction was cool and correct.

was found unconscious at the helicopter rescuers moments the Cyprus crisis. field son of Mr. and Mrs. allies.Western Norway responded the most

foot of an outside staircase before Communist troops were U. N. mediator Sakarl Tuomlojs W. W. Brakcfleld, 702 Ave.H. diplomatic sources warmly of the three countries.

leading to his apartment here. Republicans Support seen closing In on him.A of Flnlnd is conducting N. E., has recently com- said Khrushchev will go to

Police said Irving Bernstein, U.S. Navy F8A jet fighter a new round of peace talks pleted Airborne Training at Warsaw later this month to

88, apparently fell from the was shot down the following with representatives of Greece Fort Benntnc, Ga., and has meet East European Communist FORGOTTEN ,1L1VWASHINGTON

staircase Sunday nlghfj and suffered day but the pilot Cmdr. DoyleW and Turkey the NATO part. received the silver wings of a leaders for emergency UPI( )-Perhaps .

fatal injuries. Civil Rights Measure Lynn of Mesa, Calif, war ners which are backing opposite Paratrooper of the V. S. Airborne talks on the Communist world's the most forgotten Repub.
A passing ambulance driver rescued. sides In Cyprus' communal Army. troubles titan vice presidential candidatein

spotted Bernstein's figure at the The Communist claim was war While the Kremlin leader history was a man named

foot of the stairs and took the The also showed that broadcast by the Psthet Lao Acheson, a former secretary Sea Divers toured the Scandinavian countries Hannibal Hamlin.
SAN
FRANCISCO (UPIA) survey
of state arrived Sunday on his the East European lead. Give ?
man to the hospital.WASHINGTON the great bulk of Republicans Radio and transmitted from up
survey prompted by former involved was concerned over Peking by the Communist New troubleshooting mission at the Come Up For era held a series of meetings He was Abraham Lincoln'
President Dwight D. Elaenhow-
considered Chins News Agency request of President Johnson. reportedly centered on Khrush first running mate.BREAK .
I UPI)-Nobody er showed overwhelming support foreign policy and A State chev's push for world
Department statement Air a Com
The broadcast also claimed
knows why the struggle in Viet Nam a top TodayMIAMI
exactly, but It among tho rank and file said only that he will beI munist meeting designed for.
that Pathet Lao antiaircraftunits
la traditional for Issue In the November cam
the Republican -
Republicans for the recently
"available behalf showdown with
had shot down damaged on of the Peking over
Convention to precede the passed civil rights law, it was paign. or United States government to (UPI>-Two deep sea leadership of the movement.Compllc.tlnr THE
Democratic. The Robert E. Merriam, one-tlme more than 10 Americanjet
only excep. revealed today. explorers, one the son of flyingace
provide II I It. t that the Soviet position
and any a a n
driven
Won were In 1888 195A and Only a small minority of White louse aide to Elsenhow fighters propeller- may be appropriate." Charles Lindbergh, were to In the ideologies! and po HEAT BARRIER
I860. This year, the Democrats those participating in the survey er, will report to the Republican T28 fighter bombers in the breathe fresh air today for the litical dispute with 'are
Tuomlojs began the discussions Peking
convene In Atlantic City N. J. backed Sen. Barry Gold. Platform Committee tonight past 30 days The Laotian air Sundsy with new meeting -. first time In nearly a week the Independence rumblings of WITH
force denied the claim. a
Aug. 24, water, frontrunner for the GOP on the results of the with Cyprus' Foreign Minister after an under sea expedition in some of the East European re
The T28s
are piloted byAmerlc.n
presidential! nomination In his questionnaire distributed undera Spyros Kyprlsnou. The the Bahamas. gimes. Romania his been
trained
Laotians.
opposition to sections of the "party.to.people" program The two-Jon Lindbergh and swerving from
Greek Moscow's
Cypriot official then Hew con
SCARIFIED law. suggested by the former President The Pathet Lao did not itemize Robert Stenuit arrived here trol and C8
seeking closer
to London to relations
represent Cyprus'
how many of the 10 planes ,Sunday I n a decompression with the West
President Makarios at the
Merriam, coordinator for the were jets and how many were chamber and the chief of their

BAIIIA GRASS SEED Veteran AffairsHoward program, said the breakdownon T28i. Commonwealth Wednesday conference. opening I National[ Geographic Society) Henry Shapiro, VPI. chief

civil rights was "pretty 4 expedition called their two-dsy Mttecow correipcadent who
The UN. mediator hoped to accompanied room air
much the same" as the GOP JEALOUS WIVESSHEFFIELD I stay on the ocean floor "a real Khrushchev
H. Enlow, County get the Greek and Turkish representatives on his
In the me..- England i breakthrough."
Argentine vote Congress on (UPI) Scandinavian trip makes the
Service Officer for Polk County, together for bilateral conditionerDONT
ure. In the Senate, 82 per cent Dolores Radford, 24. back following assessment
79c lb. .10 Ibi. $7.75 announced today that a representative of the Republicans voted for from four years as a children'snurse talks, with himself actingas "It's quite a milestone In getting If Khrushchev intended: to divide
from the Polk County a bridge between the two
the bill. In the House, 78 per In New York and Los Angeles to the bottom of the eonInental the Scandinavians he
sides.
Veterans' Service Office, Bar-
of the GOP membership- said she wouldn't shelf and making available failed.
cent But
recommend if he
be sought only to
Pensacola tow, Florida will In WinterHaven The talks are aimed at averting i
It to others 11 cent more of the
the per
at the Old supported measure.Approximately because Improve the Soviet and his own
Thursday, Cttr a shooting clash between "
world to msndkind said Edwin
"American wives
400,000 questionnaires are
awfully
Hall Building (Courtroom) Greece and the
29cIb..lOIbi.$2.75 were distributed by jealous." Turkey over Unk, head of the expedition.
corner of 6th and Central Ave, Cyprus question. The two countries -
(Limit 70 I Ik.. elat.i! I from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to assist Republican affiliated organisa "If you start talking to the have threaten armed intervention The divers spent their time inan RICHARD D. FIELD, M.D.
veterans and their dependents lions under the survey. Replies man of the house more than the underwater dwelling designed A esseehe
U the Island's fighting
or survivors with any have been received from some woman you get venomous by Link They worked on .M.V*.*I the .u.ci.ti.ii e f
gets out of hand.
RoseLovers matter pertaining to veteran 4OOOO-wlth more coming In looks. It Is almost as fatal to various research projects and
affairs. daily. joke with the men." she ssid. Cyprus has been beset for I made a number of tests. JAMES A. BAKER, M.D.

--- the past seven months with The two men went underwater .... w.........."
battles between Greek Cyprlots t last Tuesday, On Thursday In the ,r.ctict e(

MONKEY BUSINESS 'Frisco Remains and Turkish Cyprlots. The they t were brought up in a decompression ObtUtrict, mi. 6y .e.l.9440 /
Quiet As
Turks, who art outnumbered
4 chamber from 430 N..." Fine Strut
stop LA MIRADA, CaMf. (UPI-A to 1, are resisting efforts by I feet below the sea and have .
WWr H. .., rltrie ,
blackspotwith month-old( monkey named the Greek Cypriot governmentto I been staying under gradually 4

Dexter didn't pay the least bit Convention Time Nears take away their minority leereasing pressure. If Ap,.
of attention to all that propaganda safeguards. Mil
about a safe and sane "

HAZE Fourth of July. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) San Francisco may be host to HORRIBLE EXAMPLESAN SHOP IN WINTER HAVES

Nearly every morning these the GOP convention next week .

(only 1.45 a can) Sheriff' deputies said the days the fog creeps over San but on the surface It does not Nadine DIEGO.Roland's Calif.ease(UPI may) be- 'I .. . . .000eeeee e..ee.
Francisco Bay and enshroudsthe look that way now.
monkey apparently broke out of valuable In driver Instructionas
his cage in a pet shop Saturday Golden Gate Bridge and the For one thing there is an absence a horrible example.Tb.23 : Beneficial

ScortS night and went on a rampage, city In a chilly mist that lasts of political signs. A fewCoUwater .year-old Oxnard, Calif put

overturning bottles, visiting other until the sun burns It away in slogans are spotted beautician was cited for speeding .
animals, strewing food on midmorning about There are some bill fin
4th In four
July communities
Wide Selection the floor and dialing the tele And nearly every morning boards saying hopefully: "Pres within a four-hour! period @ BE LIKE
phone. But he settled down finally these days, a new element of ident Scranton' There are
and topped It off by being arrested ] MR. "KNOW IT ALL"
House Plants after he gulped some the advance guard of the Re. many Pierre posters proclaiming that hen for making aa Illegal
publican National Conventioncomes Salinger would
make
trsnqulllser pills to town, enshrouding the Ideal candidate but he's aa a U-turn and driving M milesan lasted,1 Air C.*dlrkMil) I.1
hour In a M-mii. son*. She
Democratic Now for Js t reaaJeteJoy
downtown hotels In a blanket of contender for the
19Free L.L! L I politics that will last until the US. Senate freed was booked and jailed but In your pocket today .
oa 1200 bond to await
"... final I roll call burns It away the Except for the activity of the trial Planning a .,vacation the beach In the mountain 7000 ITU'S 115 Yem

end of next week. Republican Platform Committee Of. mays a visit to the World's FewT With

So far, only a fraction of the at the St Francis Hotel facing I p from Beneficial' you can take a4varteg of cash $14995Refrigeration
11 delegates alternates, party officials Union Square and th* today'sesctting
,
SIN Green StampsHARMLL'S loft Aftoalnl CuINoII and newsmen has ar, newsmen at the w tll'.l & vacstion opportunities. "P"" ** now_or ONLY
come In. Get your cash and gee A fast_
F,.. 0.11..,, ... ad;.. ,....,. plead here" rived la town. For the moment San Francisco Hihon a few Gt Beneflciars Golden Annlversafy celebration.BENEFICIAL. durtnt ,.... fw C.a.te
blocks this
.a suet YOU at feast it Is nature's fog which away U still tourists r

-'-:: A TROT FIT dominates the city. territory Inc la/.rs.ai..

;...... FOIIEJU COMFORT] 213.1046pbee 1814 FINANCE SYSTEM 1804
oa voua uorav enc.EZODErTUarspass. For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 Mm

1.1.. a .ed Y..e.o ..Meke. a loans up to $600 on Fumttw. Car or Note

e. 56 ewe ale we'd. WINTER HAVEN Beneficial Hnance Co. of Winter H *M eMI

< ft 4
SOUTHEAST PLAZA p.m.-IO pen LAIC[lAND- Beneficial Finance Ca. oIukotMd e Service Co.
CTPMI eo.4M, ...4PNene II": .. ISa CrlMWM Oftrmtf.> .ad : 210 Cast lemon Street (Rear of Post Office) Mutual I
211-WTI Bagwell Building Supply : Mat is Jox 6-SI03 C. 414! AM. I. S-W.
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July 6, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIEf.wNTER: HAVEN, FlORiDA Page Three



Scranton s Position:

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Barry /s Dangerous To Republican Cause



By LLOYD ROCHELLEL'nHrd the economy of the impoverished while serving as a pilot and operations leaders from his i"on rp*>.i<>iml '
Preta International Appalachia region which officer in the Air district wanted him to tt\ to F.

embraces a part of his own Transport Command. They now wrest the tradition XP
Oov William W. Scranton. of seat from a Democrat Hr finally ].
state But let afraid It x ill get have four children .
Pennsylvania U a political yielded on condition all ra<'- l
bogged
down In governmentalred After graduation from law
printer who entered the race tlons unite behind him and went 11 r
r
tape through a "free wheeling school Scranton returned to
for the Republican Presidentialnomination on to win his first elective of-
federal agency He wants the town in the heart of the
after it already had flee.
the states involved to have more anthracite region which bearsthe 1t
hit the home stretch. In Congress, he voted about
administrative control family name and where his
Until one month before the evenly on liberal and conservative 1
ancestors made a fortune In
In State
Dep'tScranton
OOP convention, Scranton was
legislation, but his ties
coal iron and waterworks He
InauHing he would not seek the began his public took law practice handled seemed to be with the "Elaen-
up
service In I960 as a special -
nomination and that he would assistant hewer moderates
accept It only if It came to him to the U8. Secretary of some of the family's financial While
affairs and became a leader In considering running
State in the last
years of the
by sincere and honest draft"Then
the community's "bootstrap" for one more term before retiring
on June 12, the 46- Eisenhower administration. He
from the
to lure businessto political arena
campaign new
Is convinced that the United
declared him.self
year-old governor offset the decline of the hard OOP leaders again came calling
a candidate and set forthon States must show a firm handIn coal Industry In 1962 This time they had aWtUrlntra i I FOUR MISSIONARIES This four )'OII1II1&dl.a are among sec: ai': 2 'r Irsctimj) b.f, ro r,'rolls ". Florida to Inform
a whirlwind campaign to foreign affairs fued that 111,000 ofhe dwrefc of Jesse Christ Of Latl..Va' Saints, p4'CIp1. about. Mw "Mtf_" CNrctu trom Ml. hater FaSWMIMI \' I
wrest enough delegates away He says he subscribes to the The political door opened In threatened to party ruin their chancesof commonly known as Mormons, who are w.rklac: In the Winter I Slater 9oaya ............, aWaf Dnm Dewier! and Sinter
from front-running Sen. Barry policy of "brinkmanship' aaso. 1959 to a reluctant Scranton Haven area prom Utah Artrona and Idaho they worked as Janet' t Frandsen.t .
when he was serving In the ending eight years of Democratic
Ooldaatrr to prevent Ooldwa- Slate
Department. Republican
ter'a nomination on the first State John Foster Dulles be-
_.
""-
DBIIOlScran;. cause UI time UI CriBIB OUT
ton's eleventh hour bid country must take a strong position -
reflected his conviction that the In order to have any effectlvene. -

Republican party stood to suffer ... Unless we say ex.
a disastrous defeat-In state actly where we stand and stick 1 1l.w
and local elections, as well as to It, Russia doesn't seem to understand +
nationally with Goldwater and will try to getaway as etx 7 .
heading the ticket. He charged with other Infringements
that Oolduater's views on domestic on the world."
and foreign policy werea In other foreign affairs pronouncements -
of Winter
Hav.n
"weird parody" of traditional during 1904,

Republican principles. Scranton: ".
-Said the United States J
Describes Self
should press to win the war in .. ... ,
Scranton describes himself as South Vietnam but the military '
"a liberal on civil rights a conservative should 1\ ...
conflict not be carried to
on fiscal matters an the Communists in the North. I I IY
internationalist In foreign affairs -
-Backed the test-ban treaty 1\ I
and a moderate on other \,
with Russia. \
Issues." II
Favored a limited blockade of II
Although he's a wealthy man I
In private life with a personal Cuba to prevent a build-up of

fortune of about $1 million Its military strength and limit build ///j/
Scranton believes in holding a its ability of "export subver Helping
tight rein on public purse sion" to other Latin American
strings As governor of Pennsylvania countries
he has been an ardent -Advocated continuation of
champion of economy In government the United Nations "as long as PERSONAL SECURITYFOR
spending it serves a useful purpose." with:
While acknowledging a need the United States working for

for a certain amount of govern Its continuance.

ment regulation of business he Okayed Rights Bill -
deplores "over-control" as bad Scranton supported the Civil j/)111114/
for the free enterprise system Rights Bill In Congress this )
Scranton believes many governmental year, calling it "absolutely essential. 11I
functions can be performed ." He has also advocateda

better and more economically crash program of educationfor Li'
on the state level. To Negroes to help solve their '
do his, he advocates redistribution economic handicaps He recently
of tax revenues cuttingthe warned fellow Republicans to
federal share and giving "avoid at all costs falling Into

mote to the states "as a prac- the trap of clasping to our boa- Winter Haven
tical answer to decentralized om those who use the phrase "
government." states rights' only as a cloak to

He also feels that tax cuts deny Negroes or any other j ,
should be matched by spending group their human and civil .< i

cuts. and government should ,,rights." l i. l' '1iI' ,I ,... .. 'I.
.tap pJ1\1ti resource)'and Indlvidiials Scranton was born in Madison 1"1 .. Npi ,o -. ". e. a II' .

Ill helping "solve .the Conn, there his parents wt'\. .r u ...-.1' ...:- ._ .
problems of needy citizens. were vacationing on July 19.191T toll, .. i1IuIWIIllIllivI1l
1ft
Scranton favors the broad He was the youngest of I I'

outlines of President Johnson's four children. Scranton's father 0 .
1228 million program to bolster tended mainly to the family's *,t 1.1
extensive Pennsylvania business JWIIIi
TONIGHT IS THI NIGHTTO Interests while his mother. Ma. .-i y 1 ys..r
GO OUT TO A MOVIII rlon Margery Scranton known 0l
as "The Duchess" was a OOP ,
At fin w. th.ua>r the wcri/.
was flat. Nut wt "ecl".4 It national committeewoman for
was .uft4. T.day vs knew about 2} years and national vice l
that It !I. .,....4. chairman for four years k ,wTDthri

Friend of JFK

OPEN 1:45: P.M. DAILY Scranton led an early life in
keeping with his social and financial
Continuous From 2 '..M.Ia. status He and the late ii .

....* SUN. w4 SAT President John F Kennedywere :

e_...N frani I P.M.mm friends" in their college 0 S
days. Scranton attended the I
I Hotchklss School In Connecticut lASECURITY
then Yale and Yale law .
IY02
school. He married his child.
hood sweetheart, Mary Chamberlain FOR YOU Statement of Condition

ad S during World War II
Today TMlday Ai ipeeUIJih In tsvfngi and heme financing, our grist. pleat WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA

1 ek. atNtuaaMISST LIt aWOMAS Mra Is .. help peopl like you sHsm the two-tided bleiitngi JUNE JO, 1 If44

men nIaarnut HIT, IOYS of security
ASSETSlOANSi

out! AND GIRLS! ,,.fi..bl. and tafe isvlngi plans 14.1 .....|<,. ., ... . . . . ., "."..67.... '..
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KERR KID NTEEN bad! "/.: 5.14.e Ceslrset :: : :: : : : : : : : : : : :: :: : : : Ill:Oil II \.-

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Every ...1 I !.<... OWM< . .. ,... ..,..... .. . . 1414(11)Ctik (
1QHN WEDNESDAYMORNING Tne money folks save (tare fi"."". tha Psechis..e4 con D./.d :4'.4.: O.b.i'As.. a '::: '' ? ICOJl011
tn bats .. .
MILlS.ugwfJ1'iEieCHA\ -.. afructian, .f h.", ... In turn' th... haviinf doUses pay reslfon, es .n. 4,4/0011.1/
For u. I. I.""4t sad laawlflca .. ........... 41061000
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WookiAr side In .e f cM ssse fy. Suck money c.ntin.i.i to tlrculatacreatai UOUJli.1
; t- GARPEN. Your retsil isles.-payl .ce'y bill*-fl"n.ra... illl"... :

..._.. ..._.. ..... ., .. 'N In our city.SECURITY, SU..I.JI, .
HTTXIUMAX. LIAIILITIES r'

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r l WIONISOAT, JULY fra This .."'. chain ., ...".. Is faking; place across the nation, I III ..w. u.w j ... .. .. .. .!.IiI.i!!!! !!!! .. .! 41.tout
SEE 4,400 sayings '" catio! 'is like ...'1. Th... adsqs and 1 loan. I....... Lawn" .. . .. .. .. ... II. . .. .r. ''n"o U
f aiaoclstioni provide) 44% .f the ham financing fwftdi In the '."...1 !1._.... !.<..... .- .....-.-.-. IIMIIIIF' mlr

U.$>.-put, moro than 17 !biHion dollars .. work purchsilngh 9..w.. ...C.e.-.i.e.i.u..n.... . . .::: .n-...,.,., ItfllMISotpUa eoeIIcle '!',
.mat this ,u,. O..r the ytsrs this aiiociatlan, and others 3,144.|),.U,
EIISPUDeR MAUI like it, have halped make ownarihip ,...ibl. for 42% of all IIm.'II.

home dwellers. ) 11,11f '
/ ;
pc ((7.r BUIll NM ',11I tor '
;
iw[<' "'k'in'! j '1 II'' (\ $583,041. SEMI-ANNUAL EARNINGS PAID SAVERS JUNE 30th .
:o..IL ) '
I -1We lea A..IN- :, /; :
I 'IIWPlIJ.-st _... .,, 'I '"- One Admission, '.i"
dig NES7eD J--- x.W FIr DIRECTORS
mar fllllCrlD IOiAI Rm Prico T. All 35< OFFICERS ,

W. L COKER. President ---'-.
T. n. t.eb S.y w Gid : W. L COKER
"
HAVEN DALE A Mil STtAMllSTOIoiuiii A. I. CONNOR Vic.-Prosid.et.Te..wr.v 'tt: ... CHAIRMAN. Of THI K)>*0 ..
DRIVUN roc n "'AHOA ., .

THEATRE RICHARD L HENLEY, Vi4.-",..4.st .;, ;J; A. SUMMERLIN
..Tr...... D.1.' ..
T..,. ton T.... Nice POCKET RADIO MYRTLE GARNTO. Secretary r'1., .. .f.... I. H. WILLIAMS
A_ "aNA.law.a"SHOTGUN' nil a* flvM *-*r seek
WIONISOATMOINIi4G 'WYLENE CARROLL Aisistsnt Secretary ; .t '
ROY C. SUMMEKLIN
MATINIIIfcfli
WIODINft" ... EUNICE PARRISH. Ani.t.nt Secretary
rt..
... ... y W. T.
I. fie. HiHWIIy c. .4 yew U..| SIMPSON JR.
Treanr.f
OLIVE H. HCNORfCKSON, Au..t.nt
DIANE' U IAIN !. GOODYEARSFRViCE J, 0. HILL
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Monday July 6, 1964
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Winter Haven Daily News-Chief Today's INTRODUCING THE FORGOTTEN MAN OF 1964 Yon, Your Ofd( ARd SchoolBy

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W. hNEMON Wite.ru""" ., DAVID NYDKTC or tflachert. TaUac courses

JOHN w. SON. AMtStiiirr r. fl,. PtMMier DPI EvuesUo SpecUHit which have been feifed or are

P.kllihed dens. hies et $......rl by .fc. Wbrt.r H.*. CommentaryBy Warn circumttMCM ,...,! necessary for promotion are obi -

Publi.d.e C... .In.., It* >rd Seal, N.WH Winter H.ve., Herlde a student to study darts* DM i vkwaly valuable Extensive ex
f RA summer months, it Is partial planattoa may be needed when
CHARLES COSHOKN ......1 I M...,,, PHIL NEWSOM arty Important to plan carefully the summer work is a matterof

JAC'1i :.l.PETER : ; UPI Foreign News Analyst or little wilt be accomplished correcting weaknesses
": -IEAHAN Notes from the foreign news Nti1 N aO ovIS It is also Important to see

J: SULLIVAN A/rerlei.e M...." eabl.r.. : L Parents and teachers mill'remember ', last the summer program is a

-- Am trie in Cssasltles* that students traditionally good one. The teachers shouldbe

AusleT NATIONAL ADVERTISING. REPRESENTATIVE dike*.*, IH The toll of American lives if \ / look to the summer alI properly qualified. There
Shewni 1 tr.. "
Si :. ...: mounting' .
-- expected to continue vacation period. Most students should be adequate and proper
I'cll'
In Winter H,i.", Pl.nd; .*. under a/.1 March 2, 1171MEK4IER Viet Nome guerrilla war During J 'ub'r, and taking a rest from their summer curriculum should be

... 1962. the first year of the Np' gtJlPa tct usual responsibilities This contributes designed with the same high

''''' AUDIT IUREAUCIRCULATIONS American build up same 35 '' P1'kIQprUU to the difficulties of a standards as that of the regular .
RO5I
"m' Americana were killed This ER student who Is required to school program
: .' ." OF number rote to 110 In l3.Of- T study Betore enrolling students in

'"..-' fklal V& military itstlstici The difficulties connectedwith summer school or planning

for the lint six months of this summer studies can be home study, parents should con

Active Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL year show that Americans now eased through understanding A eider the needs of the studentIn

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unit.d ,... U entitled, ta the me art dying at three timea the careful approach with properly relation to the particular difficulties .

ASSOCIATION ill r.publle.tien *f ell lecal new "I... rate of the first year Some organized plans can result In a Involved with summer

I/t4' ed In this n.wipeper ei well ., ell UI'IADVERTISIN military offlclaU attribute the successful program. studies Careful plans and a

News Oupetchet.i rUe to the Increased tempo of The best time to attend clear understanding by the student .

DEADLINE government operation, while classes and study Is during the will lead to I successful

CLASSIFIED' DEPARTMENT! others point to a greater wll. 4- morning hours when the student program
Sy II.. Ward I P.M. Previeui Day ly the Inch, ) P M. Prvlui Day. lingneia on the part of the I : Is well rested and the tempera -
L.gai) Netieen I P.M. Previeui D.y Sunday. Edit.* Detdlln frljj.,. Communist led guerillas to ture has not reached the highpoint

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT. : Monday. Edltien-1 P M. Frld.yi stand and fight of the day Cool evenings
Sunday Ed tin-1 P M. Thurideys; also be conducive to study Almanac
Tu... .y Editien Noon S.turdey; W.dn.idey, Thuridey end Friday' may
Who Won What? Air conditioned classroomsand
Editiii-I P.M. Tw. D.y.l. Advence
.- .-.- Outside observers In Jakarta home study areas would By United Praia International
Member Seutkern Newipeper Puklliken Auecletien surely be an aid. When these
that Indonesia gained more
feel
Member Fiend. ,,,.. Anecletien ErE1D'I not available, care should Today is Monday, July 8, the
are
Soviet First
from the visit of 188th day of 964 with 171
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES Deputy Anastat Mikoyin than tVl be taken to use well ventilated follow.

Cy Cerner *r Mail the Russians did Hikoyanpromised TNE o1D6 classrooms which are not The moon is
Tar, $1120; montki. SLID; 1 montht, $4.SS| I ", ."th, "M5l, more Soviet military exposed to the direct sun during phase approaching its

._..kly, II tonti. Sine!. Copioti, .Daily. I centij;.Sunday.. 10 contt. aid-generally believed fulfillment 14 \\ 1 or previous to class time. new The morning stars are Jupiter .

---TELEPHONE CY,,... 1.219'I of old contracts..and limed 1 l NI4sELFfw The same would be advisablefor Saturn Venus and Mars
statements of support for ; home study areas A fan On this day in history;
crush.Malaysia policy might be helpful. Reading under -
Indonesia's
In 1699 the Infamous
!1 pirate
Both were Important to Indonesia the shade of a tree, whether Captain William Kidd
A For Today 4 it be in backyard was
Thought park
hind Ml- I or a
On the Other seized! In Boston and deported
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most relaxing.The
is
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koyan had to settle for only a /1! to England.
) II day should be organisedso

"(So that we might be) to the praise of glory of vague support declaration against the of Communist Indonesian that a reasonable amount of all In,talking 1928, a motion preview picture of the, "The first

hit grace (favor and mercy), wherein he hath made Chinese In the Afro-Atlsn conference time la available for recreational Lights of New York" took placein
Perhaps a day at
and the general world purposes New York .
vi accepted in the Beloved. Eph. 1 :5 the beach or local pool can be City.In
situation. Leaders of the power. 1944, the most disastrous
We must live and conduct ourselves in such a arranged. Free time to play
full Indonesian Communist party circus fire in U.S. history occurred -
manner that God's rich grace may be magnified, and were noticeably absent from should be planned. Rememberthat in Hartford, Conn.. at

appear glorious, and worthy of the highest praise.Dr. many of Mikoyan's speeches Of The Letter To children this are must also be available when other the Ringling Brothers, Barnumand
Topic Bailey show. The toll
DayUnited was
Albert L. Carnett If possible a family vacation
Cut the Draft: should be planned at a time 168 dead 350 injured.
France will retain compulsory In 1959, Russia orbited two
military training but will Press Intjrnitlonil This spanned the service of The EditorDear when the student can also par. dogs and a rabbit in a spice
There Is
ticipate. usually a
cut sharply the number of conscripts The credentials cf Dr. MiltonS Henry A. Wallace as secretary of weeks between period capsule.
one or more
News Chief EditorialsFrom taken Into the armed Eisenhower ai s Republic of agriculture, one of the most school and the

forces after 1966 By then the king maker or ro'icy maker are controversial periods In the history Editor: regular summer school term. A thought for the day-Daniel

annual draft need will be downto supported by Mood line only of American farm politics. I do not know very much Above all it is Important that Webster said, "Where is nothing

Other Editors about 230,000 young men for and not by background or political Critics of FDR's New Deal about government affairs, butI summer studies answer needs so powerful as truth, and often

16 months service as comparedto experience.Milton claimed that only In that department do know one thing and which the student recognizes.This nothing so strange"

THE GILDED AGE about 450,000 available S., of co'irie, la the did the New Deal that la we have the one free serious dicusslon .
requite a
President Johnson, After he successfully wars on Army manpower Is being younger brother of Dwight D. bear Its richest ripest fruit. dom of free enterprise and In may between parents and If you want to have privacy on

poverty, plans to build The Great Society. Nobody has streamlined drastically In accordance The former President regardshis For example Wallace's plan to that freedom never before did atudent This Is especially true a lot which faces the street, a

said exactly what TGS will be. Probably it will with nuclear age re younger brother as a brain, deal with the pork problem by it state that the owner of the when the idea of summer studies good Idea is to try and arrange
yet to extend
the of
aiding
smartest of
the Eisenhower .
quirements. plowing under little pigs business who does not serve a Is Initiated the your
by parents
be that the "young moderns", and "senior citizens"will family The younger Elsenhow Came World War II and MSE colored person Is subject to a home as fence

be "fully-realized persons" and live in "leisure De Gaulle Ponders Cyprus: er will be 85 years old next became director, war relocation suit from the government

villages" and "planned communities." They shall not Paris Insiders say President September He is a pleasant authority, a relatively obscure It's sort of a system where
Charles de Gaulle believes Cyprus affable gentleman In the Elsen post In 1942-43, Milton was associate the government says "Sure ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
suffer from "half fatigue, "problem skin, "over. ultimately will have to be hower tradition director of the Office of own own businessbut
your
acidity" Of 'lr''lularity And they shall dwell in handed over to Greece, withoutpattifloa Ills political background, however War Information also relatively you we'll'' tell you who to ,
"Madi wnl Av ffue bUt Under federal is slight and-or superficial obscure But the Eisenhower WD'O.TY W'LA.TY wm-tv WTVT-TV
the euphemlSttcTmiasmsi w forever. serve Cbeasl. 1 CkMMl. SNSC CkMiMlt 'CK..I II
scheme giving the Turks an autonomous There Is WttW tin It to recommend named was becoming known
Isn't this rather commonisticWit I
being CIS ASCOrimtf < CIS
.and ever. Atlanta (Ga.) Journal. area of the Island him to Republicans, world wide as brother Dwight really being Orto4 Tens T.mp.

But they say, De Gaulle feels least of all to Republicans who loomed from star to star In rising fair to the business owner?

NOSTRUM the time Is not yet ripe for him are In any degree conservative rank as an overseas Allied
PATENT
truly 6
That, to me, isn't being Monday NIGHT July
to attempt to mediate.Memories. com ml nder-In.chlef.
The younger generation, observes Glenn J. Beall, American!
For two years In the mid

U.S. Senator from Maryland, is inclined to think that 1920s, Milton Eisenhower I s Then Kansas State University Although I do not vote because t: -Ntwi News $p.rf., Ntwt, W..tK r full News

local and national economic ills can be cured by government American vice consul at Edin. recognized Milton Elsenhower's I'm not of age I still 4tl''I-h..... Wtk.r W..tK.r UiUrUI, h'te h.rtl, W'th.r
burgh Scotland From 192828 am concerned about govern *:10-CIS N.. NIC N... AIC N... CIS News
spending.To he talents In 1943 by making him ment policies, government affairs 4:41-CIS N.., NIC N.wi N..., Wt.th.r CIS News
of
assistant
was" secretary its president MSE served until
which he adds, hopefully, "There's nothing agriculture Those were CoolIdge 1950 when Pennsylvania State and all. 700: -Ola.it NICCnv. Have Gun, Mevle

wrong with the younger generation that becoming taxpayers 20 YEARS AGO administration years In University snipped Through watching the lead- 7ll-Oi,... K.port Will Trevel "5.. Chete'Outer .
Mrs Stanley Noslto left for of government today, we 7JD-f. Tell Truth Jehn
1921 Milton Eisenhower became era Mend.y at Umlti WeyneOuter
In 1956 the DwightD's
won't cure. Sarasota (Fla) Herald-Tri- Kewsnee, III. fur a visit with year pf
Information director of the Agriculture election to the presidency can make the right decision 7:41T.II Truth the Mevi.i Limits Lena Turner
her husband's
,
family
bune. 10 YEARS AGO Department. venerable and distinguishedJohns tomorrow that will lead our |: -/I've A Secret "',i4. Of Out. limit Tab Hunter
The h Herbert' Hoover succeeded Hopkins University chose government on to more and |:I I-I've A $.cret St. Leuli" Outer LI", '.. Mevl

WHAT'S NEW IN THE NEWS City a contract Commission offered IP'prov.d Calvin CoUld,. as president in Milton S. as its president It Is better conquests for the I,10-Vecetien Den D iley Wtae Train Mvi
by Ii4- Playhouse Jeenne Dru W. .. Teal Mevle
1929 and .
Milton Eisenhower American people *
A glance at the papers is a look at turmoil and the Tampa Electric Company Dr. Eisenhower, now, possessorof
stayed on, as did many Cool. honorary degrees from 26 We adults of tomorrow are f,09 Denny Thomas Mend.y Teals Thomas
lo turn the business session Ways Denny
trouble. There Is and frustration in the Far
anxiety of Winter Haven Into "white Idge appointees, Nothing unusual universities and colleges. watching (very closely) the fill-Denny Tb.mNbe Mevi.i Was. Tr.m Denny Th.....
East and in Panama In Africa, bloody uprising; on w a about that. In 193 Herbert Dr. Milton's background Is adults of today. It la through *:) -Andy Griffith H.llywe.d If Wi4en Train Andy Griffith

Broadway, the Mafia U meriting special police de- y"S YEARS AGO Hoover was succeeded by. proud ind honorable But it them that we learn the correct :4|-Andy Griffith Th. 5..' Wt.en Tret Andy Griffith

tails. On the editorial page a warning. There is dan Robert W McElroy, president Franklin Eisenhower D. Roosevelt and Milton somehow seems scarcely to way of settling a problem or 1000: -Eeit Side/ Sine;; Alena. Ireeluna. feint Eeit SideIreekina. /
of McElory Builders Inc again stayed on, warrant the position he seems passing a bill 10:II- Wart Side< With Mitch Paint Welt SideIreekmi
ger in cigarette smoking. announced the coiporslion war an unusual situation at a time to occupy In the Republican If it It fair for the Federal 10:10-leit Side/ Sine AI.". Feint: Eeit Side/

Those are the headlines and the stories. They presently starting developmentof when the spoils system was" being party or in the current atopColdwater Government to pass this bill |10:45- We.. Side, Will Mitch .,..ki., feint: Welt Side

were read when the box in the cornerstone of the old three subdivisions In the deserving applied Democrats In behalf of Jobs for maneuvers on the American people then 11:00: Newi --N.-.,, Sp$. Wtr-N.will.e News Jeerti

Winter Haven area. what la to become of the III ill-S .$., Weber ,."i.h.: Sh.. tenet, Wther Wther, tenet
Times Tower in Times Square was unsealed. The date The Democrats had not had "Land of Freedom'? I IhJO-Theetre ef T."i.h. Sh.. L... Sh.. The Deteetivei

over the headlines: January 18, 1904 Atlanta MOailR4f0,>OfU/> a since crack 1920 at and federal they were patronage hungry Fences Sincerely, 11,41, the Stan Tenifht Shew Lete Shew The Detectivti_
Linda Duncan
(Ga.) Journal. HOLLYWOOD (UPl) Alan MSE survived that Democratic Fences make outdoor living Tuesday MORNING ?
Mowbray has been honored by : Job hunt and continued more comfortable They provide July
his pals at tberMatqueri Club privacy They keep the neighbors Editor's Note,
to direct the New Deal's" agriculture

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Keep
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mounting among The members hosted other animals destroying : New e..40.,
the first nine Roosevelt and flower beds. They you can get the government 7.JD-W.k..U Teby. Sh.. Michle Evoss. Geed Day
that no well-regulated manufacturing concern wouldbe Mowbray at a reception ardent
back into the hands of
years are guy tft... make. Just a et some ,45- M.i. ,.4., She. Michie Ew.II. Geed D.,
caught dead without vice in charge of
a president the people.
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July 6. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NfWS.CHIEf-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA .reg. MV.


College, college parallel courses
will be offered eight different Malawi i GetsIndependence

Freud And The Girl Charged Junior College Readies I.'. degrees Adda leading to baahe


These win Include:snginesrInc. -
(OsatsBwsd From Page OM) control, term msehtoery and ing. bonnie swrtrtelty, physical ....... pre-law pr-
After Beating equipment, salesmustdpmar' eduo ttaB, twttag. algebra, med ", -'tal. bualness administration
fundamentals of real .......
American Young principles, basic electricity plan trigonometry, and orientation agriculture, and
Thursday evening: Farm physical education aouhomore. year' h>'- liberal arts. LAN IYRE Malawi < UPt >-

shop, salesmanship, bassBSM American hlsiorv and general draulles Md flow, production Junior :allege officials .have The poor lint proud central Af
Off RapistNEW law botany, bacteriology, .taste psychology. quality neutral, work Mmpllfloatic not completely finished preparing rican rain of Malawi became
drafting, intermedia ....- Curriculum for Citrus Nursery *, personnel relations, the list of coarse offering !axtopencl m from Great Brit
Neo-Liberalism .ia., engineering dr.willi. MMmimtcettnos Management. freshmen labor mMMmnent relations, dwiai !the day asjhwai, am at the YORK (UPI) A 17- technical rafsrt year: term shop, principles ol economics physical education but they will be sxbsUMUUy Sunday night

year-old secrela-y. thwarted an writing introduction to edwes.- horticulture. entomology, humanities, American history, the same as the for. **atoB The Loam Jack came down
9f DR. BORIS SOKOLOFF them are, they teal that Soviet attempted rap Sunday by stabbing lion beginning French, hwM- .salesmanship general botany, and ..... h.Cwrlewlw. tow year .....101I. IB Slant)re'i Independence Sta-
communism would solve their her attacker but she then Has, American history, end a federal chemistry, eommuntoatlons in Mining Chem dam anil wa. replaced by the
The historian of tM future, Inner conflicts. It is for Ills was arrested for carrying a aon-credil course In secwritie baste electricity, general ical Teehnetegy: freshman year' Evening School M rest and black banner of
peso
deserlMfie the present. periodof emotional reason that they protest switch Made knife tend Invest menu. math, orientation speech. engineering drawing science of Special Education: M Malawi (the for
American Mary, will pay so loudly afainst any criMe- Arlene Del Fava told police SPECIAL EDUCATIONThe Sophomore year soil science, materials, general chemistry: Terminal Course 1/H NyasalandTrtheMnen new name
a treat deal of attention to Ism of Russian communism the brought the knife with a Special Education agricultural economies and accounting communiiattoM, basic electricity College Parallel 1/ti

the movement whlcb might be They call everyone who Is opposed three-Inch blade for protectionafter Courses are designed fer citrus pest control, physical education,college from everywhere
called neo-llberaltsm, the self- It It, hopeless reactionaries the slaying of Kitty Genovese oar skills and special needs, citrus nutrition citrus culture algebra plane trigonometry throt timii the new nation stfd >

appointed event grade ofmodeI'D in a nearby section ofQut't'ns They are not Intended to be allege citrus nursery culture, term and orientation sophomoreyear 3 AccidentsContinued jtaftul tribal dances In the
liberalism. Psychoanalysis left a deep last March 13 while 31 transfer courses although machinery and !equipment farm : Industrial organisation stadium Fireworks were shot

This movement Is unique. Imprint on their personality onlookers made no move to In some cases universities will power citrus management, and supervision, Instrumentation off. Fir.-, were kindled on

Nothing even slightly similar pattern. They live In a worldof help her. grant full credit for these technical report writing and personnel relations, gen ( From Page One) mountaintops, Including 9,147
edits many other country of the Irreality. They dream about Miss Del Fava supplied police courses depending on length American history.. ersl chemical and qualitative Carry, IT. and Mary James, foot Ml Mlenje, one of Afri
world, either In democratic, eternal peace on earth and ardently with a description of her and level of Instruction. Curriculum In Central Food analysis, technical report writIng IS. all of Auburndale, R W ca' highest peaks

communist or pro-communist promote and defend coexistence attaiker Harold Model 20. a Securities and investments is Processing: freshman year physical education humanities Finder of Lakeland, engineer TtiMiaunds o f chickens, pig

countries.For with Soviet communIsm sailor, was picked up later and a 10 weeks course meeting Monday Introduction to business, salesmanshlp American history, general of the train, was not Injured and sheep were slaughteredand
the most striking featureof the might of which is growing charged with felonious assault and Thursday evenings for general chemistry, physics, fundamentals of Officer J. D. Pope Jr. laid roivtrd. There was done

American neo-llberallsm Is every day. and attempted rape. He was three hours 1I.is an introduction communications, basic electricity speech the 19R4 model car was ( total Ing In the streets and free
the tremendous and everlasting They are full-heartedly for hospitalized with stab woundsof to stock, bonds mutual physical education, gen Curriculum for Distributionand loss beer.
..
Impact of Freud and psychoanalysis gigantic foreign aid again for the back and left side funds, unlisted stocks and securities eral math, orientation speech. Marketing: freshman year No charge were flied Dr. llastinis.. Kamutu Bands,
mils philosophical purely emotional reasons Weakas Polite charged Miss Del Ksvi brokerage techniques, Sophomore year agricultural Introduction to business, salesmanship Another mishap Saturday U, who left lucrative medi

concept, psychological back- they are,as frantically afraidof with violation of the Sullivan! the free enterprise system, and economics and accounting, creative advertising night resulted In an estimated cat practice In England to lead
ground, and Its sociologicaltrend. life as they are, they nevertheless weapons law and she was pa. the American economy. types and varieties of fruits, retailing, distribution and marketing $900 to the two car Involvedand isle people to Independence lathe

are quite aggressive, ruled for a hearing July II. Modern Math for parents ot.leen."r. Instrumentation fundamentals communications, humanities about $1,000 to a house new prime minister
While Freud's contribution to sharp, and effective In promoting general business math orientation
"That's better than being will meet Tuesday processing technology, hit by onto of the vehicles
the science of psychiatry and their Ideas. every general and speech Sophomore Prince Philip, representing
killed, she told police. from 7 to 9 fur 10 weeks. bacteriology: technical Officer Billy Wilson add a
psychology Is generally They exert considerable influence report writing American history year business law, marketing, car driven' by Damon Tell as his wife Queen Elizabeth 11,
on politicians and! the The catalogue says that this I of biology was presiding officer for Bando's -
In the principles management
acknowledged
Europe, Crew reasoning and! critical Money, 20, of 121 AYe. A,
practical application of his administration, for they dictateto EscapesIn course features "Simple explanations thinking, and general psycho distribution and marketing SW slammed Into the rear swearing ceremony The
teaching to psychotherapy,psychoanalysis a great degree public opinion. of some of the fancy American history,and general of automobile driven by United Slates was represented
as such, never They are dangerous to our coun Crash Of concepts your children bring logy.Curriculum In Animal Husbandry psychology- an by G Mennen Williams, undersecretary
Jsnnle Chamherlln Scott W
,
pined any popularity In European try's future, for they are easily home. Stay In the swim, Pop, freshman term Curriculum In drafting technology of state for African
year:
countries Influenced by any enemy of democracy Air TransportWESTOVER If you can add and subtract, shop entomology, soil ,science ; freshman year: basic Ave T, NE Both cars wereheaded affairs, and Dr Rufus Clement

The number of practicing At present the psychoanalyzed you can keep up with the Introductory animal husbandry, drafting, science of materials, north on First St.",,N. president of Atlanta University
Chamberlln <
After fie
Impact,
In France, Italy, neo-llberals have AFB., Mass. younger Il'neratlon"Import salesmanship Industrial organization and supervision
psychoanalysts general botany, Malawi I IS the lUll Independent
vehicle! veered right, jumped
Belgium, Holland, or even In started a vicious attack: on our (UPI An Air Force C4T practices will require general chemistry communications communications African country It has the
Armed Forces Command. transport plane with six 10 three hour meeting It offers education the curbing, and crashed
Germany Is Insignificantly: persons basic electricity physical ate electricity, physical usual problem of disease
Into house owned BertH poverty
smalL The basic Ideas of Freud In a series of purely FreudIan aboard swerved off a runway training! for entrance Into education general math general math, slide rule, a by and ignorance, But it .
enjoy
have bad no Influence on family plays and movies, such as at this air base today and export and Import business, and! orientation. Sophomoreyear orientation, and physical Englesen. The house Is Incited a tribal, political and
life, or education, or social- "The Victors," "Man In the crashed In a wooded area. No preparation of forms for Import : grain and forage crops, science. Sophomore yean at Itnl First St. Jannle geographic -
economic postulates In Europe. Middle" and others, or In books one was hurt and export duties, and taxationof animal nutrition, agricultural drafting layout, architectural Scott soda passenger In the unity

In Soviet Russia, pyschoan-: like "Seven Days In May" An Air Force spokesman said merchandise economics snd accounting, term and structural drafting, topographical Massey vehicle, Aril L. Cay
alysls was rejected entirely as they depict the American Army the two-engine propellerdriven Fundamentals of real estate, machinery and equipment, farm drafting and surveying Mm IT, of Eloise, were treat
a psychotherapy harmful to Command as psychopaths, as plane veered to the right meeting every Wednesday evening power, animal breeding,animal personnel relations, tech ed and released at the) hos DiscussionContinued

man's stamina, degrading morons. while taxiing for a takeoff for eight weeks, will study diseases, technical report writing nical report writing physical pital.
man's will for action and decision. This attack Is too well organized The plane was not damaged and review the Florida real es American History, and education, American history, Msssey was charged with ( From Page On) t
and concentrated to be extensively' the spokesman late license laws and will cover speech general psychology, speech, and failure to have vehicle undercontrol. community mental health pro-k

Quite a different picture: Is accidental phenomena. There said. There was no tire or ex-' the field of real estate with particular Curriculum In Mining Industrial six hours of electives gram now under way .
witnessed In this country. It Is seems to be, as In many other plosion. emphasis on law, ethics Management; freshman Other programs are being J. Mason Wines, Winter II-'

estimated that between eight and Instances Including the civil The plane was bound for and techniques of salesmanship. year: g.nereldnfiingscience set up. FLORIDA STOCKS! van, attorney, has been workIng ':

ten million persons have been right violence, some cleverband Pease Air Force Base at Portsmouth Personal typing, an 11 weeks of materials Industrial organIcatlon COLLEGE PARALLELFor Air Control M with the Florida Auocli- ',
psychoanalyzed here at onetime directing the activity ol, NH. course meeting Wednesday evenings and supervision em students who plan togo Tampa Electric 8 lion for Menial Health and a.

or another In their life. Some these poor confused and tormented The plane carried a crew of is a skills course designed ployee development, communications on a four year Institution Florida Telephone 21 coordinating the program, .

eight-odd thousand psychoanalysts souls.Powers. four and cadets from the Air for the beginner It will technical report writ- after finishing Polk Junior Plant Industries gale .,

medical, very degree few of, them are with busy a Guard Force Academy Academy and who the were Coast en teach and persons touch: typing! use for business ': S S2F 2S S2S S SV S S 2S ST3 52S STS 1 3 ro S SCl 52S 3 "

psychoanalyzing: Americans. Income tilt, 10 n feting, '
FightsExtradition route to Pease to participate in
It is the Intellectuals: and Air Force training exercises. three bourn each, offIng Instruct : t
pseudo-Intellectuals: who were, ion on the Internal revere ,
The crewmen were: Capt. R,,
and are, the ones who nil the W. Smith. S3, of Albany N.Y. code and laws dealing with the :, OFFICERS STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
offices of psychoanalysts. and mall business income -
numerous pt'rwHul!
the pilot; 2nd Lt L .T. Holf,
And since many psychoanalyzed tax.Effective. :
Chairman of the Hoard
25. Winter Park, Fla., copilot:

placed In Important intellectuals and leadingpositions are HOUSTON C.pD.. Deans 38 Hampton, eight motor weeks fleet course opera : Tom Swann
(UPIAttorney) S I lion an I Bank
the TV and movie NII, navigator and S.Sgt. L. I II National
In for Melvin Lane Powers wen I meeting twice a week. This Is '; Exchange
industry,in the publishing field, planning today to fight his extradition chief.Koesler, 43, Deshler Neb., crew course fur supervisory per i

lH tbl.JIIf.ter"\\ ..p Uca1 to FloUt where he u I wnel of trucking 6rm, cu.vertfl R. > ClsppAlbert .
sociology, among Ui.4 aching accused of stabtAnf his uncle Also aboard, were Coast preventive maintenance. t t I. ,,... .
profession and most of all In Miami bank millionaire Jacquet.;!' Guard Cadet Thomas M, Dunn supervision of employees, cal 'Hfltiw' rift I""t,,' ,
national wonder of Huntersvin N,C,. and Air
" our Capitol no Mossier accounting, and training pro Griffin Of
that the Influence: of Freudian Powers who also Force Academy Cadet J. E. .
28, uses thi, tramiSalesmanship
Ideology on the American way name Melvin Lane Mossier, Turenettl. for retailers
was I Viet I'r_ar"t'
of life, on our thinking, on arrested Friday night at hii!I meets on Tuesday evenings for Winter Haven
social and trendIs G. R. Grlffla -
our political Houston trailer sales firm. Ttu FirecrackersCo eight weeks and deals with bak *
enormous. One may even said to have bee; selling covering the sequence .
company was Vice /'rr ttft( & .aula.... ** :
say, grandiose. financed by the elder Mossier to the final sale II also < '
often been said that In Smoke With Trust Department
It has Up
At first the nephew was arrested features an analysis of the buy Charl* J K. HelM .
Is In a state of
our country
bewilderment, of confusion and for traffic violations glv DANIA (UPI) About $700 at focused technique of selling ':' p;; ,
Ing Miami police time to sea' worth of fireworks went in Creative advertising and dit 1"ice I'reeidtnIf '
that our foreign policy simply up
does not make much sense, that warrants. charging Powers I IIMOlller' 1 a mass of flaming explosions ont play 11 meetings on basic Monday art C. liaUwfi}.. At the Close of Business June 30th
I covering
It Is lacking all direction and slaying. Attorne; a pier her SstUrday night Six evenings
definite alms To a great extent William F Walsh and Pert], persons were Injured none ser- concepts in simplicity of design. Assistant Vit /'rff/cffnU .I
Foreman complained that use of line texture and lettering
this seems to be also a pa Iou sly. l '".
reflection of Freudian teaching, lice tactics violated Powers The pile of fireworks exploded In advertising Ken W. Duk* RESOURCES

for Freud mad clear particularly rights and were "travesty 01 n In front of about 20,000 spectators Seminar In psychiatric nun Hoy B. Moore Jr.
Justice" In=. II weeks, covering the con
: In Mi small volume gathered to watch a fireworks -
"The Future of an Illusion," The two lawyers said the]' display. The explosions ccpts end skills used In PlY Aiiiflant Cashiers 196-4- 1'61

that man lives In a hostile world, tried for nearly a full day to tall k occurred at the end of the long cblatric nursing. Presents
that religion Is nothing but to Powers to advise him of hi 1 fishing pier hers. lion Includes lecture-diacusslon, Mrs Marcia Dayton Lon send Discounts 15,915.545.15, 12,288.796.62

escape from the fear of death, rights They contended Power 1 "They had only shot up two audio visual aids, and programmed Laurence: L. Snook Stock (in Federal Rttervt Bank 52,500.00 4',000.00
and that there Is no purposefulness was held mainly I I In Hani 1 rockets materials. The course cov
sky said local
William Yon
police A.
no rational alms In the County jail, but that officer!1 dlspstcher Sharon Burton era the bread concept of nurse Banking Home, Furniture A FuturesCuttomaVf 471,140.16 390,100.56
existence of the human race. told them they did not knoi' a patient relationship and factor Van Culver
witness to the incident "The Lctttri of Credit 25.197.500 -
If man If a failure, or delinquent where the prisoner was or hi d second roC'ketred influencing them It I I. open to Joe A. Williams Liability
or criminal It Is not not heard from him. one-went eglslered nurses only Other Resources . 5,416,09 4,188.55
up only M feet, sort of fluted Albert L, Hobbs -
his fault His parents, his country The attorneys were forced'
the nation as a whole are get a court order to talk to th< the and fireworks fl'lb.\ .c It onto the rest of TERMINAL COURSES Cecil R. Fultz Jr. United State Securities' . 6.267,955.27 1.072,472.55

responsible for Us weaknesses murder suspect A bearing wsi: & Comptroller State, County & Municipal Securities 2,811.017.71 2,591.614.58
his inability to work or finally set for today, and Waist) Tbe two-year programs the
create, his laziness, his per- said he hoped 10 get bond se i Mrs. Lawrence vocational technical agricultural Other S.curitl.s-Fad.,1 Agencies! '.19Q.4t>>S.75 400,000.00

It Freudian Ideas Powers be released division, under the direction \*
version. was so can Cash and Du. From Bankift. 5,626.12.59 5,451,192.05
.
that created a feeling of guilt Dist Judge Sam Davis signet I (Continued From Page One) (4 James E. Harris,

In the minds of Americana a court order on July Fourth ti Nor' are designed primarily for students TRUST DEPT.
As a nation we are obsessed set Powers free on the traffiiwsrrsnts. I Pilot Club of High Point, who plan to go to work ._ Total. I Resources . . )2,600,151.42 $29.251,56-4,91

with this feeling We feel guilty Walsh was able U:I Carolina, and also has been a when they finish Polk Junior Viet President &
member of Pilot Clubs si Ashevllle -
about the underprivilegedAfrican College
talk to him briefly that day
and other nations In and again yesterday. and Wlnston-Salem, North<< After completing any of these Trvti Officer

fret about everything that Is goIng Carolina programs and to some case I Vf. G, Freeman, II LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL I
that Pilot's
aaII this world. It Is Pointing out aim posalbly taking one more semester
Freudian Ideas that have con Firsi Ballol Is to fulfill community needs of regular college parallel Treat OffletrMonies
where there are Pilot Clubs 1964 1963
tributed to our country being courses, these student
(Continued From Page One) and to work for the bettermentof will be Wfn4r'R,
lead! steadily and Irreslstablytowards eligible to trander to Stock S 600000.00 $ 600,000.00
mankind throughout the Capital _ . .
one of the tour Institutions. :
a Welfrre state, towards year
in Washington It added thai'
delinquency, aid towardsthe "influential 1 tl world Mrs. Brooks has an- The curriculum U Cltro 'J'. Surplus . ..? .. 1,300,000.00 1,150,000.00DIRECTORS'
SB Ohioan" Idvlseclthe l .
sowed that the Pilot Club International -
Production Management Includes
policy.disintegration And even of the our present foreign committee i short tim,> theme for the 1944S freshman year: term shop<< Undivided Profit . ... . 101,213.07 85,457,10

civil rights bill bears clear- qulshiaf later Rhodes his favorite-son also was retie role,. year will be "Hands" and principles horticulture, entomology Reserves . . . 600419.40 500000.00
cut Freudian Impact, with! the Hearts Veiled in Service. soil 'enee, '1.a- Jac,' M. Berry
sense of guilt penetrating each and a poll of the Ohio del, Keynote speaker at the openIng manshlp genei.i botany, general Dividend Declared .. 24000.00 24,000.00R.
gates showed M favoring Gold- business session of the convention
clause 0111.n.r. water.) June 29, was Rufus chemistry, ommunlcs- W. Clapp Letter of Credit Outstanding 25,391.00 -
Is nothing common hosts, basic electricity lAysial
between the Liberal AmericanIsm Scranton aDd his principal I Freltag, regional manager, education, r-ralll'llth.and W. G, Fr m.tn.1I DEPOSITS p .. .. 27.949.123.45 26.894,107.81
supporters are still Korthwesiern' Mutual Life tosurance
Woodrow Wilson and oar talking I i I an orientation course Sophomore -- --

present day mo-liberalism. brave fight, speaking of delegates .. Company Angeles, yean agriculture economics James A. Gaff Total Uabititiet and Capital $32,600,153.42, $29,253,564.91
The liberals of Ute past believed switching from Gold*a California. Tel McCrary and accounting, cumpest .
that true democracy was based ter but without telling wh i I veteran aevssnss and radio and control Citrus snirltloa.cliros Albert Griffin

on the self-determination of tae they are. TV personality, was principal culture (two courses),
Individual, oa his.self-reliance The Scraalotvled liberal wag; speaker at Ute annual pres- term machinery and equipment. C'R Griffin COMPLETE FINANCIAL SERVICE
OB his ability to fight pink also Is poised to do battle oa, Mental Banquet that night term power, citrus management : .'

obstacles, on his stamina. the platform despite the olive Frederick J. Cassert, Jr, vHe technical report writing J.' K. Ha i El Commefoal Account. Savinq Account
,
They were against Russian branches being thrust out fromthe president 01 The ADsute FOUBdadoo American history, and funds- '
communism, as Woodrow wu- Goldwater headquarters.Sea. complimented the organization mewls of speech. Safety f Deposit and Truit VviC
Charles HeUer
son and other leaders of Americas Hugh Scott. Pemuyl. on Its work. traffic Curriculum for Agrt-B.*!- K.
tads member ef the safety when speaking at the term
liberals were American platform asses IteeluaM year:
eo-Uberallsts visualize this commit wise was nsaved anal safety Lancbeon, June shop), entomology, term power J. Hunter llr

country u a gigantic nursing Sunday to be Scranted conven- JO, at which time he presented introduction to business, general -
hone where care Is taken of tins floor manager, arrived IB PUof Charitable and Muea- chemistry eomsinalea- Smith
everyone and everything by tae this convenUoa city Sundaynight tin oundatton s check far $W,- dons, physical education bslns loll'::: Exchange
000 for the sponsorship of their rve4f Jr.
omnipowernil federal government to speak tor the Scriaton mall,ortontattoa. physical ,
They are against individuality forte Aware of Ute sort talk safety progran. Mrs. Agnes science' tadasMMals of .
and Individualists tor from the Coldwstcr organua- Beaton director, women's at- speech sophomore year .,ria' H. Gunter SiefiheiMwn

according to them, any Individual hoe<<, he told a Dews conference' Unit!.. lor safely AOstaW apse of borOewlmre, soil
the there. to be Toes atia. presented, thesafety acrWKvrsI steno Jack gtraejbn
devlatic salght lead to appeared hole bJertios science. N A T ION A L
abuse of poorly adjusted lid ) among Republicans to a avards. WedMeda.11Iy adds and*c oa nac,titras pest .. r
moderate I, was a free day Jew delegates TomJl. ....... .
ptaaCOLIlIIBI
weak :
persons.Without beuac comejwIsU or ;:awe Ia order mat they could attend ? BANK WITH'TRUSTDtPArVTMeNT

ere* Martsts, they are en.- Pttot fat rrrlanl Oar al the FURNITURE & J. 'rIWfc

OOMDy tevctved witt ReisUscoasMrtsM. Worlds Fair APPLIANCES IOF WINTER HAVEN
sl.pb"lib" I'y Tk* sw presides, asunsseed Charles, C. WhtUktr II _
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wttcfc that the 441 asoaal coaventtoBwffl ,... MCMBCW!: p.oi.ceMeMBen reoenAt
&be Sold regime Columbia Pictures hM pur l.rij.: !'. .. .... .
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gives M room ill iBdrrtfcaUaettstoa chased screen tights to "Llf" Dallas Hotel DaDa.'e.: .., : '.I"'Q 'C'U': "' '''' .

or acttoa.rsycboasejyted. as anon' ",* by With Jane Hotter Tralxy aopcrtor.- a JIOIIn: Jet) \\I-U. Ih6Le 4Udl'tHW"CY.U.: ; ; : &$&&&&& &&&5 &&&AAMonday



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IN PROFILE Citrus Growers Increase

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Goldwater's Bid Throws Out Two Rules of Politics Use Of Credit CompanyIncreasing



Bfn Sorry Ookhrater defied a year of disaster for Republicans At the start of the year. Oov on such issues aa civil righu\ In his book "Conscience of n foreign military aid and teen- numbers of cltnu The loans are planned with

at least two hoary precepts of in most statesIn Nelson A. Rockefeller of New social security. progressive income Conservative." Ooldwater objected nlcal assistance for allied counties growers art wine Florida the assistance of our peopleIn

the political rule book in becoming the Senate Ooldwater sat York was regarded a* a heavy taxes and labor letUlatlnn to the graduated Income but he has. opposed aid to Citrus Production Credit As- Orlando, where our main office -

the man-to-beat for the on the Armed Services Committee favorttt to win the OOP presidential and In areas at nattttaiy and tax an a conflscatory' measure communist countries He also socUtlcn for their production. is located,and at the branch
Republican presidential 1 nomination where some of his foreign nomination But the foreign affairs There was particular but he later aaM he realised has objected to foreign economic finaaoisc and for short ....11Icap&tal office In Lustls, Dade City.
policy Ideas were nurtured and dlvoiced Rockefeller crippled dismay In the "mortrr- that the same rate could not be aid particularly for neutralist purpose .needs. Sumn Winter Haven, Snoring and Fort

First hr dared to run for on the Labor Committee where himself politically by marryingthe aU" wine of the party over Ma applied to all taxpayeri In his countries >*r months are the usual times Pierce. TTledirectonoftheAs-

the presidency from Arlsona 8 he wan viewed with hostility by divorced mother of four vote against the Civil Rights campaign document, he said the Tot Cuba, he has urged "an for citrus rowers to arrant sociation are Douglas R. Igou
state with only flv* electoral labor leaders and with admiration small children and Gold water'a Bill, which most ooncraMionsl rate of progression in the Income effeetlve economic-military their financing; With lam closings' President, F. Earl Peppercorn,

votes The rule book says successful by conservative businessmen prospects brtohtened Republicans supported tax WM too steep to stimulate blockade" of that communist of more (tea ",.840,000In Vice President, J. Dan Wright
Jr. Sanford J. J. Parrlsh,
,
candidate The reasons why many economic growth and that June, the Association oonUaues -
presidential On Chit Island and recognition of a 10V.
Bights TitusvUle, Ford W. Moody,
to be the Source of Dependable
must come from heavily populated Southern PopularityGoldwater's Republicans fear Ooldwater It his the federal tax structure needs emment in exile to lead the Palm Harbor, J. Earl Anderson -
was position on dvll Credit for Citrus
states with fat blocs of were detailed by RockefellerIn over hauling Cuban people to selfliberationIn .
conservatism and Lakeland, and Eugene F.
their battles lights that won Ooldwater support Growers report*General Manager -
electoral votes espousal of "states rights" made Rockefeller primary the Arts- In the South and separatedhim Foreign PolicyIn military policy. Goldwater Al Wbltm< Second he campaigned as a him a hero to the growing Republican depicted from the declared policy of the field of foreign policy. has charged the Johnson administration The loan cloeedlnJunewere being citrus growers,
candidate -
frank and outspoken conservative party In the South ona senator aa a rrrkless<< with policies of have so carefully tailored the
the federal the party of Abraham Lincolnat Ooldwater voted against the made to 107 growers of which
The rule book says candidate Some of his southern partisans easer to dismantle his bark leant u that policy was interpreted nuclear test ban treaty In 1963 "unilateral disarmament," overemphasis 13 were new members of the lending program of the Association -
must claim to be travelingon wanted him to go for the presidential government turn by his oriites on grounds that U S missile on missiles at the expense Association It I* usual duringthe that we can make loans to
or near "the middle of the nomination In I960 but on the treat problem of the of manned bombers and time after all returns citrus growers statewide and
He first objected to the supreme systems had not yet been adequately crop
road he supported the nomination of 20th century and launch nuclear court decision against tested The treaty was lagging in development of new are in for the previous year, meet their local needs.VARMM .

Goldwater could run from a Richard M Nixon.In war Republican segregated schools but later approved with the support of a weapons system for growers to arrange their ,
populated state because To Rockefeller and other
sparsely
1963. a more ambitious Ooldwater also gave his endorsement in principle : majority of Republican senators He has called the Atlantic production financing for the next WASHINGTON 'UPIl-The
critics
Ms base of la not Arleona
power Alliance' the In the year and to plan for the purchase -
and broadly-baaed Ooldwaterforpresldent to federal legislation to keystone defense
want to make sure
out of line with OOP policy Republicans
but the light wing of the Republican was of new irrigation
equipment -
of the free world and said
movement was enforce the decision.
Ooldwater has said he supported that nobody hurts the feelingsof
party. Aj tireless ,
a systems, and to make additional -
campaign speaker and fund launched In his campaign document the original purposes of the administration had under- San Francisco clUsens at the

raiser during his 12 years In the Prg-flobhed mineral fiber he said a distinction must be the United Nations but It had mined It by unilateral negotiations wells, home Improvements Improvements such and as 1964 OOP Convention. A "fact

senate he has won a wide and house siding, in l variety of drawn between civil rights pro been undermined by communist with Russia He has urged to arrange loans for college sheet" distributed to the press
enthusiastic following among PresbyteriansHear acrylic-coated colors, permits distinctive tected by the constitution and tactics and that a new systemof sharing nuclear secrets: with oxpensos for the high school contains this word of advice:
Republican conservatives in all styling of homes both moral issues which cannot be weighted voting should be France and Britain and training graduates In the family and "Note to news writers: the

parts of the countryIn Report new construction and remodelln{settled "by passing unenforceable considered for V.N. decisions NATO nuclear forces In the use of tactical loans to continue their higher term 'Frisco' Is bitterly resentedby

the Ooldwater hat proj ecll. < federal laws" Ooldwater has endorsed U S. weapons education. natives of the city"
process.
On.. Pro Tess
alienated many Republlca.-' 9
like Oov. William W. Scranton
of PtnNlvanla-who claim to First Presbyterian Church
represent the "moderate" or has made progress toward a
"mainstream" element of the new wing for Christian Education r ,l NOM

G.O.P. His critics call him a according to the pev. urdtror a .I

shallow man offering rash and James R. Blackwood, pastor
oversimplified solutions to com Mr Carroll Teeter Is chair- rd.

plex problems man Members of the BulldlngCommltlee.of his committee ''I 1 P15 i 1 .I I I

Ills Beliefs are Matt K. Veldhuls, PrePlanning 111,101, rr6

A capsule description of the ; George Dllg Choiceof 944 :
Arizona senator's political beliefs Architect; Ralph Chambers, 51'\\
would have him favoringless Construction: Louis Skid-

government at home and amore more, Furnishings;; and Mrs
Willard Roe, Landscaping
aggressive policy against
communism abroad. Having outlined the duties of uv
the separate committees
the
When he became a declared chairman has given a timetablefor
candidate for the presidency their '

last January. Ooldwater already Plans will reports be ready for approval FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
had developed Into contender
a by the congregation at
Without conscious effort on Ms the Annual Meeting
January,
part. He had become the new and the financial campaign will. it5:

Messiah of conservatism be held the week after taster, Chartered Opened For Business
through his occasional dissents 1985.

from the administration policies of the and Eisenhower later: May 1959 n ; July 1959

You make barbecuepit
can your
by his uninhibited attacks on
safe by providing a wooden
the administration of the late
cover which will fit snugly overIt
President John F Kennedy
when not In use The fire pit ilrw, "
At 65. Gold WI tel' Is a hand- can be flush with the wood deck a

some athletic man with graying then not In use

hair a magnetic. shell-rimmed personality glasses Born and In First Federal Savings And Loan Association Of Auburndale

Phoenix where he still lives, he News Of Record

attended Btaunton Va.1> Military Presents Its Five-Year Record Of Growth
Proudly
Academy and quit the University CIRCUIT. roust,
Iu m IN
of Arizona after one year hss 5Nu.. I '
to go to work In the family department .its,;aN Is.H i.uS Lr.Nn Arths, )a. ,J t.f .j ? k. n
matt. n This Record Possible :
..' And Thanks You For Your Part In Making :
store : ; :'iJ' :n/ .
MIx.l .. rn a.rp I' aw. ..,,",, : ? "
Married In 1834 to Margaret<1 r""fr.:11. : N er..''or '". xubmt H. '....nJ ..

(Peggy) Johnson of Muncie "Jrl':: i.!:: r.1 Sullili. one .a
Ind, he is the father of four Awn Jl si fetonkw, tir t- rr.
Mrt H Mimi, ..w .l U. H..... ASSETS SAVINGS LOANS RESERVES DIVIDENDS PAID
and the grandfather of four A :JJJ fT ornlon it VI. mutts.. two.Jr..N .
World War II pilot he Is nowa Ie 011110' ,
two-star general In the air N Le...a rl!:p". wtssyCN, ":
Jo r WO $1,249,504.00 1012853.00 $ 16,930.00 $ 29,759.00
force reserve and Is qualified ..n m" dnlri Ilil/isrorle w SU71.000.00
orrII'
w C-on.fpt Ot fir r> M,
to fly jet planes rr. kt-oin < .
AHUIMM 0a.a.,.sues. ..r.ar. : 1961 1688364.00 $ 44,109.00 $ 64,638.00
Except for service on the ...trr. 2099296.00 $2,048,489.00
.r norwi. ii m{ pim.uu>
Phoenix city council. Gold. two toir rouw lit fultlura
water never. held pubUc office OonuWt n. Oirto: (MniilH.NmtUi .
ei/prM 1962 2876730.00 2803166.00 2113296.00 $ 71,956.00 $ 93,740.00
until he was elected to the lull Alren.Orlin'. WllUuni. Ir." Senate In 1852 the coattails anA ar.w
on
twt Mmmn n Waiur W. MUM. 1963 $3,469,154.00 $3,235,13100 2684304.00 $ 120,234.00 $ 117,310.00
Of Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 'I./. dnm .Mnnir.dfr.1
nominee ISf Dillon! MfirlMIt ... .
Republican for president fit .
LucWUl L L l i yl
lie unseated the Senate fllt *':O immoM,.. IWMlnlni vi U.nwruift A. am 1964 $3,724,697.00 3413930.00 3007351.00 $ 162020.00 $ 128,556.00
Democratic! Leader Ernest W. m.ini r/a.r McrM 3iwn

i McFailand and won reelectionover M,Mlrllw i HMtortiHt: Bo.ltrrutlt, 1111 r Sirs> Rlrhir,. owtci L*
Wiiliun N BwnhmMn r i UuMmmhimwi
the same opponent In 1868. a Nml Awn. IMIH

aullnrt Donulu PltUMB M fd$5Nn.n hail r...DoroUl.,.. *l JIM...
Dulm..1W
GgaarteedT Our .,',I:.::''r N.llrrla.t"" I :' kau dMrn M dl" .J.mos,.'
COUNTY AOUarIm CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Qwn Service Dept Thrift M...... J.'.,.IM. nil W 0. $'}; i
/Mnim fitYl u rtinxx torumTh '
JUNE 28 1964
Sundnrj jy/; ,
OH .tN.y oM
II mea, ,,,. tic il, : ... I1M n.
John Vtrlim* W cillmo .. "
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M-- ttw p'th Irn.al. A.uy II M Cwur news RESOURSES LIABILITIES

UMIff W CtlM U .nNat.
55.5. rm.rn I..t

.IK NlliU.:M.: .Li JtkiiilMi. SM>. le, First Mortgage Loans . 3007351.99 Savings Accounts . . $3,413,930.63 I

I.Me.dn, "sadrANI.. I :rl AVII a54,LAtf15. 'I Loans on Savings Accounts 10269.20 Federal Home Loan
USED
NEW or M"rM Estate Owned 3,879.71 Bank Advance . 100,000.00
'aS\K: e.n.la] AMIMf1aA .' .-- Real . .
uJi ... .. iT
.V"
Wn ft i.nr
Typewriters t'itmtt SiUi AtaiM Real Estate Contracts . 29504.11 Loans in Process . . 36,613.49
Adding Machines 1 Off Al I 1114 RtM*'lalIIIIT't for Federal
0'r.1IIt1' Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 30000.00 Reserves
11.11. 1I'.d. AA w..r11
Cash Registers Mtf M MlfMCU' T1awl. V015.,, d1.N U. S. Treasury Notes & Bonds 497,531.35 Income Taxes . . 1,800.00
? LNVM ...
STANDARD '.li4:: : u..IT.I fllmir It. L4tol.il4.nl 17 M..: Cash on Hand and in Banks 91,925.56 Other Liabilities . . 2276.82

OFFICE EQUIPMENT "jiKirnm AI.......' K..i II AMI*.
Deferred Credits 8.05538
.
i O' IA Htlm luiia e.ame. Office Building . . 3.27U7 .
IJO Tiled I1nM, N.W. 1Orl.a f
CT MU tow JohDltlr..d !>rns M." Thtmiuog Glees f...14 l.r. Sir-M Furniture Fixtures, Equipment 14574.51 General Reserves. . > 156,135.38

aualp Won Prepaid Federal Insurance Unallocated Reserves . 5885.54

Premium . . 33,576.48 -'---
Total Liabilities . . $3,724.697.24
Deferred Charges . . 434.00 .
100% Continuous Filament
Other Assets . . 379.06


Total Resources . 3724697.24 '
Nylon Carpet

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YEAR WEAR GUARANTEE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS



DR. L. A. CHAMBERLIN, Chairman D. H. "BUD" CORNEAL President GRAHAM C. COCHRANE. Exec. Vice. Pres.

Choice of SC95 M. E. HENSLER, Vice President FRANK C. STANLEY, JR., Secretary-Treasurer OVEIDA FAISONJ.

8 Decorator A. FRANKS SAM H. KILLEBREW



Colors! SQ. OTHER OFFICERS



YD. PRICE D. HOWARD Assistant Treasurer NANCY B. POOLE, Assistant Secretary
ONLY ,? J' "
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138 f+fe.. ,, lip Current Dividend 4 % Payable QuarterlyThis







Association Pays Its Members' Florida State Intangible TaxPeg.






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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Moirfey. July 6. 1964 ,.,. 7

C." ." '_,ic elRt, There Are So Many New Fabrics, You'll NeedA

WINTER MAVCN DAILY N6W.CmCF

Glossary To Guide You In Fall Shopping


GAY.AULI! Y ribbed fabric shoeing for BtU like dot
( % "....'* tditor and winter again for both salts -Herriiu-hone A patternedvial
NEW YORK (OH -- Get your and cats.Chantlily.. ela,, for mea's wear
program, yen oat tell the f-h- A lace originally now seen n women's apparel
rica without yaw program1So made in Chantllly.. Francs Ita with the i .item .tea led to a
many sew fibrin and delicate scroll or floral dealfM. much lari'.r use
P tre t icata of them and the old abound In cocktail and evwalacclothes. Lurex \ non-taralihlnii me
have come aro. thai a woman tulle yarn rested to be woven
now seeds a .....rY to guide Chevron. A maters with by Itself "I>i mixed with other
F, C1t.4; by BILUC slur "her .. her ft* aod winter cloth- a zig-aag pattern looking like a fibers

... .5 a__. herrtaagbaaClr -MateUsM- Fabrics wit'' To
t?& ,. .. ...... aiv\ .
fabric, with htMtNlla
A
The New York couture group ral or geometric surface de.ign.
who** ......... lad auxiliaries ,.office created by applketlse shown tr iuenily In silkMelton
Pre-Nuptial Parties Continue thla week are ahowlng the of was heat and prism. ; A stout smooth
whole rap of Ml and winter Look like quilting| witheW "... with short sap showing
fashtoM M iwt-el-town reporter seams The bk I I. l steeled for felt and winter In both coats
bripfeily has compiled a 10 foam and the fabric at used and Nlto
For Miss Spencer, Mr. HicksA fabric ....r'. for eats and suits (Ipso. -Metaltweed! Com).'iu

It iMludva Mt) of the one BOM need seeraCloque ) liana ef lures and wool In

lovely buffet was given last evening in the woman shopper will be Textured fabric (weedy wrsveeNamdlrpomt
supper
hearing about far the Writ time. with bubhiy patterns The newest weal A flat
honor of Miss Lee Spencer and her fiance. Wade Some are trade name; other cknuea are ...*.. (Pro wcIIIth: ,delicate diamond em
Hicks III. The delightful noMneed ctokayl broMeey.like pattern Pttitpoint
Hampton event was ri'nby are fabric made by any number -
-Crepe knit A new 100 perrent wool Is I the same with a
firm
tenSile
E. of
Mr. and Mrs William Ryneraon at their homeon
silk crepe that took like smells pattern
Lake Silver Drive, with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rynerson Showroom oomntenlarle are ulik Jersey but has mush more -lt rlle' Imported rlbbe 1
of mention of abraham
full
as co-hoeta. velvet and alaikln The first 1 Ia body Dripite its semi, It's Jersey of lOO per cent wool
The table wi laid with pale a gift of Swedish crystal. a crush reelatant deep pile velvet woven -Hat* tweed! Tweeds of
yellow linen and featured a Guests In addition to the mostly black In depth. The -Dtwble-faced fabric. Fib outilaed. herringbones<< plaid
center arrangement of yellow honored couple were. Mri Culver second la "'roo'. dull-aur- rici woven to have no wrong and check in which very wide
Marguerite daisies in a milk 0. Spencer. Mr. and Mn. faced blend of M per cent wool aide and often with eoatritHngsMcs thread are used\ They are
glass compote. Lighted yellow Culver O. Spencer Jr. Mr. and 34 per cent silk for use In reversible ..ar.m light In weight: hut leak heavy
LADILs: SHE'LL TEACH YOU Mri.NormaReger.a: recognlted billiard Instructor tapers In tiered white and Mrs Kenneth M. von <<, -SUpfrfed woof Wool given
I In the Sarasota Area, will be here tomorrow end Wednesday to give billiard Instruction candelabra completed the Kihminn. Dr ind Mrs On down the fabric alphabet: nla.Duv..l'n.. A fabric of 95 shadowy little "humps" In the
to all Interested ladles at the Rack It Kue, located In the 1C A shopping Center Cypress beautiful letting. Charles Curtiss, Mr. and Mri. Broadtail velvet. A luxury per mist wool, S .per cent nf ten. weaveStrto.
Gardens Road. Classes In Billiards, American's :Sid largest participant sport, are to beheld Mill Spencer was presented James Grant Jr. and Mr and fabric with the velvet cut to look with a swede! like surfaee.Kyelsnh F.hrics with a wavy
from ten a.m. until two p.m. both days. veldt a corsage of daisies, and Mn: Joe Brandon. like lambskin, or broadtail, : broeede A brocadev rffert of irregular lines (pronounced .
for which It U named. van with clusters of thread, >freea1Yelmotre >
klt --Brocatelle. Originally a Leah like In their arrangementKyelash -- A new cut velvet
HOSPITA,L NEWS heavy crol.rlbbed fabric for lice A new lace clipped In look like moire It
...rAround The Town upholstery and draperies. It I* outlined In horsehair for addltiimal hat a very glossy surface. Is TOper

FRIDAYS ADMISSIONS Nonn& '*. Boddlnirton, Mrs .' similar to brocade but has a body and an unusual pat cent rayon 10 per cent
relief to the surface and
Winter Haven higher tern. silk, n \)l'r"t polymer
Wll-
G. M. Helnimin, Mri.
Peter Stewart In only one color.:
Mn. Texas Martin, Mn. !Him F. Cure Lt. Col. usually teDoucU come surface twted. A Eyelash velvets Cut velvet!' -V.hltn| >r flannel Smooth,
Dale Whitehead Mri. L. H. Aubnrndale tweed with a surface resembling with wide scatterings of linh- tealherwi, I mht flannel

Brown, Mm Sylvia Jason, B. Master Eugene Gamble, hand crochet.
E. Miiutl, Billy R Hudson, Mill Linda Gamble, Mill Is Graduated At NorfolkAir .Carpetbag tweed Tweeds
Albert L. Lewis, R D. Waters, Denise Shumite. J. D. Reece. woven like a rag rug. BALDWINORGANS
Mri. Richard Ledoux, Mrs Lake AlfredMrs. Cavalry Twill. A slightly
Johnny Connor, Rudolph Keltilg E. L. Butler Force Lt. Col. Peter J. Stewart has been

Mn. Gilbert L Hall. Sebrlng graduated from the U.S. Armed Forces Staff Collegeat
Auburndale Aim J. Hobbei. FISH FRY
'
Norfolk Va.
Miss Tammle Jackson, Louis Lakeland :, ,,1 for
W. GInn Jr., Miss Joanne Hunt. Mrs. Curtis DivliFRIDAY'S Col Stewart, whose wife is the former Mid llere'i in idea for a family Homo or Church

er, Donald Rushing, Mri. Marney Dellaven, daughter of Mrs. Ford J. Del la ven fish fry. Dip I pounds of fresh Mil .IOU'
DISMISSALSWinter fish In milk or a mixture of
Annie L. Talbert. Lv1IJ
I I Lake Wales Ilivrn of this city, was one of 239 students upwutlly selected! beaten egg and 1 tablespoons OIOAN IHSONI
G. B. Stone. Mister Rodney Ackrrman for the class from the armed forces and government witer Sprinkle fish with nit led TwMUv NlfM, Till f....

ROBIN MOORE was all Eagle Lake Walter Griffin. Master Keith agencies of the U.S. and military services of five and pepper and roll In 4 cup OMAN 4 PIANO HIAD9UAITIII OI POLl COUNTY
smiles she celebrated her Mri. Leonard D. WoodardJr. Herds Mri. Edward McClen- enriched corn meil In tfc Inch
as
fourth birthday with a family don and Infant ion, William allied nations. The course is deigned\ to prepare enriched corn mein In la inch LONNELL INC.DON .

party. Robin Is the daughter J. Proventi Charles Rober- graduates for assignment to staff positions in joint hot fat or salad oil brown fish RAOIDAll. ..*..
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. SATURDAYS ADMISSIONS ion, Mill Julie Sendril Muter and combined commands, including commands In on both sides Drain on absorbent .
Winter Haven Kevin Stops Mn. Carrie Mike 4 100 teeth Florida Av, MU 2-JW Lakeland. .
of sere
Moore, and the granddaughter paper
Jean Robert Wakefleld Waters, which more than one country participate.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. A Gregory, Mri. A. George Ingi.
Burroughs and Mr. and Mrs A. Creel. Baby Charles Mill S.ndra'breler, Mrs The Colonel, a graduate of St. Agnes Academy

.W. D Moore. Bryant, Mri. Wesley Solomon Kenneth Wood. School in College Point, N.Y., was commissioned
Mri. Ralph B. Godwin. AabarndileMn
Dundee Marshall Bailey, Mrs. through the aviation cadet program.Mr. .
Mri. William H. Gregory, Ethel Dixon, Mrs. James E.
New Arrivals Mn. Milton Hathcock, Reese George H. Smith. Marine Sgt. Lyaa R. Miller, and Mri. Joha llanni --' SemiAnnual
Davenport Lathe Wales ion of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas hive returned from Highlands
Mr. and Mrs. William IL Mri. Herlof Olsen. L. D. Church, Vincent Cugllettl. J. Miller was promoted to hit NC where they hive been
Gregory of Dundee are the SebrmgMri. present rank while serving at pending the summer 1

parents of a daughter born at George- 'S." Hamm-, .. Mn'i Nellie Luke MnsKlp I Ib IW( .". Headquarters aid 14. I Malntenince unit of- t-I.* 'f. VMr. 1
'::30 a m. Saturday in the Win SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS Squadron a4 Mrs. E. K. Gretaand -'
The Eagle Like the Second Marine Aircraft ..
ter Haven Hospital. baby Winter Hives son have moved Ui Winter .
Charles L. Love.
;Weighed In it seven pounds, Mrs Mollie Quinn, Mrs Englewood Wing at the Marine Corps Air Haven from thjir former
thirteen and a half ounces. Station, Cherry Point N.C.Mn. .
Richard P. Dumont, Mn. Robert Roberts. home In Bristol, Tenn.

Birtow L. II. Brown li a patient V
Mrs D. P. Robinson In the Winter Haven Hoipltal. Mr, and Mr*. Jaaae A. Ml-

She admitted Friday Ism ire returning to their
The Browser SATURDAY'S DISMISSALS was
Winter Haven evening after falling and home in Washington, D. C. today Half 1//2 Price SALE

G Mrs, Dudley J. Backer Mri. breaking her kneecap.The after s weeks vacation

_ _ by 1.1...= Elroy Bcrtke Michael ECirtwright her with the litter's parents
Mn James M. Eagle Lake! Ca cer Tall Mr. and Mrs Joe K. flays l
Couldn't resiit the temptation to seewhet Coleman Mrs A J. Glbbi, will meet tomorrow at nine The Whims and the Iliyi
h.-H keen added to"" TIlE LITTLE William M. Grastham.Charles a m. In the Community house spent several days at St.Petersburg .
STUDIO'S Wednesday Room this week! Found a group of about B. Gregory. Mn William to make much needed band Beach All new summer and early fall fashion

20 fin quality lamps ranging from boudoir to table lamps Grlerion, Billy R. Hudson All interested ladies are
irked at 21 to 50% off their regular price. There are still Albert N. Jackson, Mn. agei Invited to attend and take ,. in the most wanted fabrics end

tome of the lovely Ottivii curtains reduced, too! Joe Jisso. Mrs. Clifford KU- teiiiori and thread.Mr. The Wlmodsaili Club will f colors. We cannot mention the famous
Dropped by HANDEE HARDWARE and found them In the gore Jr., William Yon. meet Wednesday at 11:JO I lathe

midst of their Summer Fiesta Sale! Saw dozens (literally) of II aID.. lilyGene and Mn. Jim Roller and Masonic Temple for a Brand Names in this sale at these
nationally advertised products it greatly reduced price all Burch, 'Mrs. James Susan, were here covered dish luncheon and
seasonable, too! To mention just a few six It-ounce Libbey E. McAdams. daughter.from Boca Raton for a weekend card party All Eastern Star prices. .f;
iced tea glasses We M" x 11" inflatable pools, $299; WUaon Lake Wales families members are welcome. Mri.
visit with their
Walker Cup golf balls, buy two at Tic each, get third one free! Peter Hoffman. W B. Craig and Miss Melbourne If

But what really Impressed u* wn the many little 'herd-to. AabvrndaleMn David W. Fowler, dfonl.1tecbnld.n Cunningham will be
find" houaewarei that we saw! Also saw variety of pr.-".- Malcolm Hughes, Mill aecond clan USN hostesses for the dsyMU '. "
: f :
caned cast iron cookware fluted muffin pane, broiling pan (for Tammie Jsckson. DRESSESl
of Mr and Mri. Charles
and skillets! Eagle Lake on
,
stove-top broiling) square
of Mrs William Knowlei. T. Fowler, 1483 Havendile Baty Iliy 1 le servingthis ,l
If you're planning on making some the thing for your -13
.
Petit ..
returned to
fall wardrobe (or perhaps for a trip to the World' Fair) be Lakeland Blvd., hat recently summer si a counselor st
lure and see the new fabric Celeste at THE SINGER SEWING Mrs. Francis Thomss.Brsdratoe Norfolk Va aboard the Navy Camp Juniluiki, Lake Juraluiki Juniors _... 5.15 1
AND FABRIC CENTER. If! a washable crepe almost Don attack transport USS Fremont N. C. Y2'
crushable that's exceptionally good for making lightweight Master Ricky Wilson completing a lour of I tt Misses Petite .. e.1/ '
lulls and Jumpers. It's 45" wide, f 1.M yd., to lovely fill colon Lake Alfred duty with the Sixth Fleet I In : 8-2d* 2
Misses .... : PRICE
And In coordinated colon. Beautiful hand-,creened dacron StMiley. Witham, Mn. Eve- the Mediterranean. PROGRtMMEW -

polyester prints trim everything you need) Lena WrightSUNDAY'S '. YORK (CPR Rigs tai Halt Sizes .. .....1/Nle/ .24bsr
G. Berg aregetting
la the time to remind the man of Mr. ass. In.
Incidental, now your used
DISMISSALS and feather dusters In bygone ae4 .
household to do the midsummer .ertilI II,. DOTY FARM. D fettled la their recent women
Whiter Haven day by cleaning a
GARDEN SUPPLY has Agrlco Grass Food 60%( oraDienltroaen Mr. Richard P. Dumont. ly purchased home on Idle- have been replaced wllhchtmlcally'treatod .
granular lawn food which releases nitrogen gradually Min Sylvia lasso, Baby ridge Way NW. They moved to cloth which al>
won't burn even in this hot weather la addition to a Debra Mann, Mrs. Herbert Winter haves from Springfield tract dual In the same manner SPORTSWEAR
complete line of lawn and garden feeding products, we noticed W. Stone. in. thai s magnet attract particle' *
a variety of premium grade chinch bug control product: We Lake Wale nt, metal, National Cleaning
were !Interested in seeing the new Tao power mowers with Mri Claude Baldwin, Baby The Flreaaaa's AaiUary will ontractors l c. reports. BLOUSES
"Wind-Tunnel" housing In 'girl talk it sucks the grass up Tony R Johnsey. meet tonight at eight o'clock SKIRTS
straight 10 that It cm cut It off evenly, giving a good, level cut Klsilnnee in the borne of Mn Clyde
Pretty slick U you're psinting, don't forget that Out,* handle Muter Thomas C Davis PettUohn. 1.* Avenue B, SEA y; JAMAICA SHORTS

Mary Carter paints buy one gallon, get another free!II Jr Birtowdirenc full attendance U urged. only I ONE PRICE KNEE LENOTHS

B. Fields. Mr. and Mr*. T. A. Cardt-
Men! Say Goodbye to Lake Alfred sale and twin daughters have SLIM JIM5

Master David Hand, Mrs moved here from Tampa and
I Zulu NonnastAtberwfsle have takes up permanent reel There Isonly ; ... .

GRAY HAIRNEW deuce e. |7tk Wet NW Mr.
Roy RoweD Miss CbarleneKaegebela Cardinal to with the Polk one Costume Jewelry 1/2

Eddie E. Langley, County lie a ItJI Department

YORK. N. Y. Today, Vallks greasy pomades,*HD* James E Singleton. WELCOMEWAGON t
thouuxb of MIl are achitviig woat are )'Cnc....... wo**! rub Rates CUr Mr*. Ark HanfaagtMi and
off dothcs, Unbkt Baby Glee Lawhora. Mn.
sew SUCCCM and happtMis by oa pillow* or UrL Joha Haaaa have left

aa-toning smums sway new* their kiwi gray 01.wirla.. some aruflaaL coal Uahka.eay tar dye, k wot n...look.. ilwoal James R. Tormond.Bartow for Columbua. C*. where they Mojud Hose 1/2 Scarfs 1/2 Hari_ dbaqg 1/2

dreerng idled *KD""RD wash or see; wild Clarence B. Fteldi.Mn.\ were called due to the Woo '.'
act OIly grooms your you shower or wash your hair.Rarban Catherine II. Wendell of a lifter.
hair M ptrfectioa bM at the 11- leak -......, y 'It'
Mine tune covers your gray M ,,
well. M looks perfectly MiuraLUw a4 aaan awdnmas- AH Sale' Cash All tale flail
.
creamy RfT M M i at tical"sr'1 aotbing illaD"I amuV'Work Then* ANNUAL JULY SALE
days Day by day. youTl see s
bkeaMocTThe
hair gradual is VMM dMa This U$to keep M ray tiM ai Yidoug ig la act ALL STOCK ITEMS 80 ran *>f .ti-_ e Trice's
what "RD fur other .,.. Wonderfully Clean ( .
oI4-lootul' gray awn VOMMO -bet bow ibis ...tiag sew f .. seed. will se f
ID KM ..." bers..s.e'ds.m..weaehi.
I hair draetag ducovtry CM hls' '
...* *. ('*./ you' rscapure a anr youfcful Y2 !
D" si as eanMo-ms a* aey hair tetot-.s>a yoa' look aaore HAll ruc F-r inform .n ua e Merchandise All Casual ))
W'eM.ne ....
other bait droMt Nosing bass I aaractivelTatar : W*|' n j.I" J lit
measure Noeompfcciied let tUT at *aw **. All SALTS CASH All Ali{ FINAL
M
dcnoes' No shade to worryafcwf ..... dreg sure with AM po4- Ph. 29"2"9WILCOItI. 1
H* e a few i,, live gvuaatM .*RDwill Tow
Simply
drops With fiagtr up*. fib i I cover a! J'VW' gray haler at about 1 !!! m i\
ID"" ibroBih jo* her TWa M 4sy -..u pen look JAIl flcAMt&otHc. WA'oM HAH y PRICE ,
bra* *v eoah, I I yea,.c er year aiaasy back. i au QUAtJTY n" TSI-r3 PRICE srLs3

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Paq. Eight WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Monday July 6 1964I

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(I) Announcement ( ) Help Wanted I|7J) To Buy or Trade -,- (lo.A) Boats & Motors ((13)) Real Estate For Sale I[13)I ) Real Estate For Sal



__ and 2 BEDROOM houM Ave. C IWIWUO LIVELY KIDS
I WK BUY uwdAPPUANCKB .PIII.nn .
Lovely . CoIerfIiI ,. u..d month, Children welcomePhonr Fish In will love Ihl. LAKEFRONT Shad
1 10 se-II app
WHITE: Christian companion nlture and w THE BEST l-bedraom
BELOW FOR by the water for mother
Summer DI'teHI \':; In CY, Room S-1D40 and beard I pluj T> :n. and 'urllllll'* KNITURfc 1 (!: 2N 111 week day only..10 I B Your Own l.akr home Roy with Dr vorkehon JSa-TWr far dad III MIBEDROOM

-- - Havendale] Blvd. I Ilion
experienced. mechanic 2.BEDROOM houM Lake Ida **e BackyardLAREFRONT
In Bill SM>. Dnejlela For WANTED. Tilt TIM'r,I fur 14 SERVICE $.00 per month. Phone ClWl ham OardeaOreve
:: Co, Anburndale. H N-I Day CY "1'2'1 104 Av .. or CY H41 t4. ON CHAIN Paneled dos a.>...tat... ktt-
Junkin . MiseesPetitee
dMiwaeher. central air -
1-Bedroom horn In HILLS Ol she
r-AN..tINdUat.: pr.It. : LAKE: HUBERT Wall to WIcarpet. Beautiful cuitom built quell), drtlenlng and hutting I utilityroom
double aprlaktory
Print etatua roply asd other.1"lnl euallt a4i.. ,, II((8)I ) Automotive SAVE TIME .3U44. for Drapee appointment Included Calm 11I home t tile bath garage *y....*o.o.rrttrwl.rnd carport Lw tTIUIBEDROOM hbllr-.

at Inn.. Bon A.1491. *" Newa.Chlr 3-1
bedroom apartment new. all atone fireplace Ia living room,
14.1111,7'I'I 160 MERCURY: Stall n Was.PSI TODAY condition. 117 An. B. NX' sliding glaaa doors onto icreei

P.Butury 'air.. .. "..51I porch, kitchen with built-Ini, 1 bath home. Florida !
J EXCELLENT future for outs t tion nice Low mil". < n
\ the tuhJQPJL bvtwecn Ken financing I CY 4 2 4* carpets, drapes, dock, -r.:
for training all imam at food Drive fit per mania o I ttc.dce5.1 paSuh
helpful I life and many other feature. pI.. .
nl ExprrWaoe AUTO SERVICE
": POOLS
::: not neceeaary: llh who Alherte. eklty44J W Central A REAL BUY Couple movie Court SE II

COTTAGE SHOP d or equallvent Apply tc Ape or4KU. out of
!
; state & will sell for oalj
HD CaMvrla, Aiuth RAMBLER
Callln Shoppliw Plaaa II 1960 ; CONBTRUC -DObOBAuthorlMd vri eM.500. Terms if desired B< New 1 BR, t Bath
WO Girde-ru Road -- SEDAN Flnanclni Factory Service. OIl.CbrI".r L I11.1M
Cypress -- -- 4 DOOR home livery first to this
Helme Oen, .Plynwuth ejLeacer: LAKEFRONT l-bedroom lee
Open ( AM 'til T F.M. man for innnral dutl.kl. Stene-erd Shift. ) In : Cal foot condition: o.uiet aee
.. Mhool rdunation Apply. fin C.editio. t "'ul, 31 rLOYD REBLRTS MOTORS lion Kitchen equipped and watt C Beasley Realty Co O I Modem Carport kit, You Oar Have Lot
-- --- : AMh randy Co Tunday or Kri 121 .Iata It" I" $841 fuml.h.d. 3801 1 lake 0..r.
I 00 n m to 12 Ml 504 Florida Drive -- 17-July 11 41451: : or CY 3U1. 3-1 10 Seen The Bait Come
mnrnlniie tit IU SC, NW CY atTSI See Toe Beet.
O
6-10 A..........'. WO T 171 I of _c..t. IDEAL for eoupi or hotly of 4aBedroom '

Big II I marble tiaUA, UPHOLSTERING LAKEFRONT HOME CY 3-5145
Wanted I ..... wall CT 4-M04: TTI1BEDROOIf EXCELLENT LOCATION K
( ) Situation ST 4 new P county. 1-Bedroom. I bath brand new Central <
SavingsON {4 FORD I cyl.
unfurnlnhed houwwith heat and 7'30 1:30 P.M.
conditioner
I Will S-7IM air :
mlmum tire 126000: FINE: UPHOLSTERING EXPERT Hove fera... In 00 month 341 Hlllcreet Drive
.
;for:;:; pereon Imy for cycl MJ-2HS7 l-July I. REnNUHINO Complet. MM) Axe II, NW' CY 4JM4i: : Builder CY e-OWM 12.July 12
home Private nouns and bath '_ fabric aelectlon. WOLTBS UPHOLSTER I. .

COLD t FAMOUS WAVES CY-_$4471.___ ___ _11 I([I' 8-A) Business Property :. CY 1-2710 Y SHOP DayNkhI.33JWy 114 ATeaue AIE I-BEDROOM haw double Capone ... BY OWNER Only r''d will put

I- D kneed yard 1 Block ofHavendal New 3 BR. x Bath you la I.-4 freehlyMinted
work, cletnlnc I itlt
Bout fits Complete drrirri BI.... 17000. Phone Cl I bedroom home with lane
wishing and Imnlnf vie Call t Y TRADE modern retail .tor* 1 x4 1. I. ,H L kitchen and dlnlnc area. On chain
Brack 'IUS Complete M Ing downtown Lake Wale, BROTHERS TELEVISION REPAIR J of ..k.. with. beautiful lakevt**

BODY WAVE!: OK HKOILAUI __ ___ __.__ 1" !: .l"r.Hp a : .J.a.r'PPti.: NICE I bedroom unruralihed bon Modem Kitchen, Carport' O and lake prtvllefta.. Already financed
YOIII (HOltn" :& .
l
In 8E MicUun' B.aalq OCT Central Heat Air Cond payment only 16150 per
teday and WIFE l<, urn In and can' Ird St. NW Phone 3t-li'3. LINES CALL JORDAN TV I-17I7 Jte.I'L?; The Beet H...... I* By f\ month lac Iud... tatee and Ineurance.
CARLTON HOI THBAUTMFAITV : lee at 111 Park Drive. CarefreeCove
IALUNSOLTHEASY for home and yard It".r.nrw -.aoJ I BEDROOM B lath. Air open every day or call Joe A
eM ,.., For TV Repair, Tranelator, Strouse
: fLACA Eachan,. Natloaal -
((9)) Business Car Radio UtFtOuaranloed dlton.4 borne Sea at 1101 Art K Wllllama owner, 9
-Open Every tCveelni- Ut-7(4l Bank. K-4
E Nfc, Call John O, Wood 4
$ ... I.C" I. Air BaxIWuly I AH. GREEK Ajeoclat. CT *.lT. H. CY 3-5145

-- - 2 q. rn:; MAYTAG I t VTAKPS1T1 111 Ith Bt KW l-Bedrooma, L.R.D OPEN HOUSE
.R, and. extra room: Near Laki. 730-:30 P.M.

EnrollNow p HEWAHTADS I I :HIGHLANDER CAMP TRAILERSCAMP 511 month,., B.II.CaU CY Cloae-ln.M74I or$0000 CY 4-1X1 ppr: |. 12.July U t! BR, one bath home with largeamity

A NEW conception In tell s.. room which can be used

AND SAVE I t: I : vice laundries featuring M : Carport' I BR Home School ana |7I aa another bedroom Fenced
II w Ikreeae TRAILERS for rent or aal<. per month Call John O WoodA.oclatee 4. $100 DOWN back yard, ideal for children.
SPECIALBUMMER ta, exclusive ticket l1-. Supply limited Reeerve you CY2617. t-4. Near achool Lake access. Price
House Trailers waiheri Have excellent dal. now Johneon Appllancoi
( ) CO DC Highway n. Lake Alfred I7M1MUJuly CHEAPER (12.30000 Very low down payment .

RATES ion Central next To to be 711 Installed Store on Do It 1W< 1 ((12)($ ) For Rent, Furn. THAN RENT Monthly notei less thanrent

TRAILERS RENTED, BOLD, Home li vacant, move in
(0 days. Approximate 21-July i It,
BOUGHT
_
NO DOWN Orade PAYMENT10th Education: Down and move In 140 month- ment of $6,000 can net WHEEL CHAIRS FURNISHED or UNFURNISHEI W bedroom* have home luet *lilted for I-n: and I today

ft NIGHT CLASSES I p.rmenu.AVMIY'a' TRAILER PARK $1000 month. For EFFICIENCIES and IVt BEDROOMS monthly payment of not more than
CA.rtT"o per
EDNA WATSON
8CHOOIS2I Me large airy rooms
BEAUTY
HAVKNDALH BLVD. .. information phone Mr I WHEEL CHAIRS for renL AIM I Conveniently located In Old Portal 16100 Call to see theee today'!
SovthlM IM-I37I Night .1700| Hu.plul Bea, Crutch. Waln : Building, Call CY 1 MSI or CY REALTOR
IJ.TF collect, at 896-3104 or 1. .:: ..... ., '. '
Godlr. Rental Mill 111; 4.41113Y
Anbaradala WO 7 4588 I '121 Ith St, NW CY
Murray Machinery Corp PAINTER CY 3-2411. 111 10. A. NW. I..TF

9th St. South St the hour !I I-BEDROOM Haw Trailer lightand .s-
24 Tl IF YOU ARE: LOOKING Call CY 1-M1I. water 1'I: pel REALTYCo.
a Mobil. Home. ... our fine BW VACUUM CLEANERS week, Phone 24 2462. Mtk 81
Uon of 1 A. 1 bedronme New' .1"' NW W IlaM. S-bedroom,
d ueed Price* '5 and CENTB OWNERSpacious
:; We 'tJs: trade 14 !bath Mparate dlnlnf room

BrI,'. Jewelry on FINANCE new nneii UP TO T year CLUB VENUS going at a PARTS a SERVICE for Klrby. New LAKEVIEW DUPLEX Completely ., 0.a. Atll.-, ........ and Florida room Cloee te echooliakee TrlIM2741 ,.
BALES Hoover Eleclrolu and all other lurnlehed l-bedram twin and shop Many entra
BEACH TRAILER offer '
Id "SkIM Street SWH Hwy. M W, Auburnriale t'o make' CY 1-1317 an : 1; Free pickup, delivery and eettlmate beds and lake privilege. 1121 Are M. 35-el UO Ave. A, NE HO
J6.t REYNOLDS VACUU* r NW
Mask south .( Post om.QuIII7 .* CLEANER SERVICE Phom ?/itllllll11111IIIIlIllii11IIIIlllllllllllltILocation =
---- -- DEMOS. CY I-03K3. Kluly :.
Wstck Sen : BETTINO BLEEPING ROOM for lenU.m.LM1 I Is AllImportant I LOOKNew
3/welry Rpakr ( -A) Moving & Storage Business Cellmate Ave B. BW MPVRNIBHtO |

: .: SERVICS). SWAP SHOP | ) 1 BH. t Bath, $35,201. ,
It-July U .
Opportunity : : I room duple
-" .. MOVINO BTORAOE. Adult Ne pete. Kseellent neighhorhood 1B Modem IUt.. Ca.Pont .. 1
Prompt and ffMchmt oervlr for CombinatkVtpartment : CY MUM or CY 8-I&U | T1S Piedmont Dr., SE Ie Happy Ow.-...1. Till. Ana"
EPrU--'I'Y ; In Ions your movlnp Sera. Cal WE I- SELL TRADE an* ., 17.TI

with all the Hometown New. I t-41ttJtnr. rl.e4.Mlmau.. Inc marine buiineii chose SHOP valu U'.GOPHER Hwy. 17 HOLIWAP Earl: I. 1 or 4 bedroom. on choice II | CY 3-5X45 -

tendlnf him the Winter rar. ", An all AUa P* tate Va**. Line 14-TF Winter Haven and aka. I CY 61167. -.rF FURNISHED. I room and bath.W..ler I corner lot SE!: schools and a
I ..
Newe-Chlef Sperlal *
I Dally month 5130 Call CY MIDI>> ... oo the Chain of Lakei *child or prlvati an op wee.and. llhU lOt furnlahed A... O 112 NE OC 5 I ihoppmg Central heat It i iI g 7:30: 1:30: P.M.

.11 SemcetAll li s fine opportunity for 1wNed CAMPING TRAILERS CY per....a. *HFURNISHED 3 AC built.Ini Intercom | u.Jul712
(6)) Special MUSIC
individual, family or ---- -- ---
: Muly I E Per feet for =|
nerihlp to make an n.f'L Doplese 3 I BEDROOMS I bath. mail downpam.hI.
I(2) Apartment young family $23,500 aI mort,.... III
I WILL NOT be reeponalble Is Hann Dranln(.fo. lent real estate N I I bedroom 160 00 bib St. NW assume.:K>7M. 11.1:
debta Contracted other than mown ; All type CommercliAeeldentlal : and at the same time I to |M 00 up BEASl.EY: REALTY I j Call PAUL SMITH I|
from thla day furward.SIGNED Drafting ZKOZY CO. 134 Ith 81, NW CY I-27&7
Mary Ann MadJIDATE ) Sitlefacllon Uuaranleed : purchase: a going 6-1 Evenings CV 300Z :
July Ird, MIA r'.wa Bldi. CY 4-I4JS' The Income li well SEE; MODEL COTTAGE
I ITIVSTOM I CLOSE: OUT Havendale and Lake Deer Drive
lake. COUNTRY'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiih it
1 I a Bedroom apartment on TOWN
-- -' fled with ample on all ti from 11871 Not a ahell Interior
MADE DRAPES AND for growth Total price laet GET THE BEST 1-610 a month and up Includlniutllltle Storm, I. llnlihed Loll from II.Out). Tall

(I ) InstructionsU.S. ALTERATIONS!: -n!Blind MIIO (Hkkory tllihedmodern $7 ,500 and terms can i ; ir.JC INC FLORIDA Sale -WHOLESALE Service -: Rental DUST.,Inc. Court *'otH AliO weekly. if North.ralee 7TI 2171rtif f 1ri'rmn( fl flOt 1rtW@W] M3-OOI1: JIM at Lake BROWN Drive REALTOR.Havendale ..,.

;;iw, CY I-7U Mrs, Edna Brhoeeer. arranged For further : 313-fl3) Havendal Blvd .>714TI ( 3.114' I !lSu HI. UI IU -' _
1-11 14 FURNISHED APARTMENT cow ir YOU RE READY TO BUY -
14-Julx
Civil Service Test matlon contact: In. no CD per month. Call W. P 1 lee theee two bargain kitchen IU 00 down oil
CY l-bedroom, nice ilie
Re
Off CY I-OWM or *
MIKE NOLEN lily l>rat 110000 down. e-oedroom
( -A) Animals & Suppiios BUILDING REPAIRSFor ) t-tt
Men.women 18-52 Start haga Are You LookingFor ,For hock more B. .......Information.mk.BCHOENTHALER'. contact

$10200 a week. Preparstortraining LEIS BROS. GENTLEMEN: Room. by week.Reaaiinable The UnusualIn CO JM-llil
until appointed Thou'ands ALE BOXER Stud tterrloe REALTORS SALES a small repair Jobe call nInd *. Sierra Court Motel rite 4. Wkende 21)-11. S4
Ref>tered law a whileY R.rharpug. U1 bunder Hwy. 17 North TTII '
;;
of Jobs open Experleneusually IIMI *-TF UIM Sixth SL, NW : Haven Fla. CY'.H'III Your Next 'iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii'jLocation\ i

unnecenary FREE Gate) .. 2I-Tr
North K
(Oppotlle 23-July
1MI'I I'IN 1C PUOULJC: S4.UONComp'et : I bedroom bouee 1175
Is AllImportant |
:
formation on job., aalariei, ItqulremenU pmfeealunal '...'mln. m-iw I I bedroom apartment 15: Home?
Write TODAY Tiny toy pupplet arallable SHARPENING I I bedroom duplex 400

log name, address and phontLincoln : ,. rhone' 1961751III SAW CY Edgar: 1-2U4: Hal... Realtor. CY MOM... Ultra.modern home of concrete |

Service, Box 1439 ,.* block and glass with encloaed 1 : 4Ie Ape B. NE |
: lh.rklrwl prdlgrs I pupChampion tool, ahean eharp
Saw* farden fully acreened patio eaturlni
Newa Chief aired. Small, orderiee.
In utllltle furnlehed.
Ned day brought
: a m APARTMENT
corr
marked 8 werk oldtea..blue FOR LEASE: : Tenure '.. PHILLIPS SAW SHOP 111 Mil walkingdletance to town. tropical planting Priced weD Close to town and southeast S

FR H7W, J.t I Bt.tlon. Ml Ird St BW CY & Inwood 14-1IU 1-Aue. :I Aim 4E. clasping room. 221 Are. HIMMEDIATE B, Voder $ I.OOO. Look st theM schools: 2 bedrooms, i

I outstanding features: tiled bath : Florida room air coodi E

W.nted ( ) Automotive with sunken tub Large living. : toned beautifully landscaped SE
((2)) Help Furniture : OCCUPANCY t<*
9-A) ( ) SU .I...*. DMirabl cloee-ln SE: 1 1pacloui I dining area and Florida room, : lot w/weO/ and Irs =
bedroom, modern, parquet both .
(lo.A) Boat & Moron living room, featuring eight toot doors rigation lyitem s
floor paneled
MEN ONLY! .
WORKINO that onto the allowing
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS cedar-lined cloeeta open patio
.ale* Rout.. |J H hour t a tin furnltur. brick fireplace. C1 \ No qualifying $13,WO |
Call aH-1010. .- WOW I room For particular phone Suprtna you to make the mOlt otgracloui
-- _- ,taint never bee uaed Dry.n RUNABOUT II Olanpar TOO Mer 1-7311 for appointment l. sae Florida Kitchen and name your term cE
living :
Write
(I K double diwr nfnpralur Gator Trailer I 110500 rent per north IN
Rocondk- 1aona:2.: .
COUNTER experlenoe Qlrle BereeHry and Curb 05thNa .... I\n rlc or range part at< Warehouse 17 H per week", ", ....1004 Termi P O. Hate City, Florida..,r --- -- -- lag wall oven, cooking center Call

Klnt on Hevendale Blvd I Sale*, M Ith Street NW' : !: Lake Up JOHNSON Alfred -- -- ROOM FOR RENT with prtvali Ctoe under huge copper hood, tiled f PAUL SMITH Ili
and private balk. counter New
entrance many cupboard
.. 171111IO.I..Tr HOLIDAY CRUISER U ft. Full], In. CY 4-aM. .TF E'... SM.CY 13MI |
Sal. equipped 70 HP Mercury. Mum vinyl tile floor throughout; un-
For Secure Job Article For
Looking 10)[ ) Tilt Trailer Na repalre needed.
laud amount closet and itoragi
; 1 ( Fair or Hiding. Seat < I-BEDROOM bouee on Lake hlp| TOWN( COUNTRY!
( :
Train for U.S. Civil RUNNING 4436 keitl: tlln\t SE. Beblnithunderblrd ; on canaL 724 Are. X SW JW4.WIBEDROOM ... pace for a two-bedroom home. t, I
Portable lyt Motel or call C1M44a.
FOR BALE: Large tide enclosed by
yard
teata See our ad under and Mi.rd player MOW"....-.." l AeMirled a pound colon whll* 14.I fence and hedge: oil beat; carport $4ingTi W I ( [ d
condition 1 198.1141
tlon clauiflcatlon. Lincoln Very food PRC88 at Ml furnlehed home. 171BEASLEY
CY S-M71. and utility room. Thli
vice Eatabliihed It4l -- 11 UKI: NEW Troyes tilt traIler '"r REALTY CO 134 tSt Ii
14' 1. ..... CY ....... 3-., .. NW. CY H757 i-1, home la for tale by owner who milllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinIBEDROOM

FOR SALK: Ued aluminum' Klectrh ---. -- will accept: s reasonable down

WANTED: Secretary. .ff M lePermanent PICK-UP I f.Tl.nt plate: .for. 11 uee a M a*''siding- 9M each with for pun.haM I wood FISHING Aleo trailer BOAT. need Marine a ns Pip:: 1\ Br.. apartment noepltaL at I-MO1 VBr*. Sad apart St. payment; take over esiitlng honte In SE. Nose
passion Salary I 17 OtWftl to For call
work approilmately mortgage
material. beat reflector for John BoUuU reue.tr inspection and. ecbooU. Low
00CY center
State background. and ......rCe ether fit S ir bnat WOW com, meat. Clean. NE: Mb St All till ehoppix
ue grIIU, and many CY uel' I-TF lown CY
Write Boa A.1437 '. Nf' .e-Chl> l, <*heel:nd office.' IK uee Ird*.St.At, MW the, : 14 !nlete'' Phone 14 Mil. nil 16th StNW 3- I I IUTCUFTK 4-4 tl : CY Mill.M-TI e.I HM. paymeat CY yuott Contact. owner M !

-- $1789 ROOM FOR RENT Private ..- See This Home andYou'II
IMMEDIATE OPENINGfor ao a.sr trance bath and TV Walking dl* Bulld.rTrade-lnl
HKTIY\: ROBS Spinet God Plane by. ('I I I I.A) For Rent, Unf. tance _.IoW... CY ..n. M I

ter mahngany Love It. .
a mature woman to : CY WIlt: i'Y 4-lt*!. CYPRESS GARDENS On Sale!

excellent: territory In KILL OF LAKE ELBKBTt APARTMENTFuralened
dale Start earning extra THAT'S RIGHT- FtH rumplelr SAL with Rubber type A> Hump...... .-. I bath lame bleb en I a...; I bedroom apartment ami, A I M'MBCR ONE ADDKES9al i I I Bedroom 1 bath walking
b need for '' I hill In one .. come right away No IJiO W Ale' inn In eflaler" Havea. Fo Lake Howard CY 4-141 !-TI iiManee to achool: older
I
.. ..... Bruce ; auk BEAITIrVUT
New 1964 G. M. C "' 1..11. fvntact and cal] ** .. ten fell
Brand Information to and
oee
needed we tram after I 00 more borne. Small down payment
enct NW
you al 1314 At n I ..I..*. TF CENTRAL air """' "...... Sbe4roome UNTAMED boas
how Avon Comietici: For Trucks -. --- I bath. SnutbeaI ee*> ITS month
V*..... tote bathe .,..
Bond Interview to II APARTMENTS -
lie
Not Demonstrators, whlU .im and I4tllt7m: .. NW I." I I 1 A I bedroom |...|M to H4 41; REAL KSTATK. CY t-1141- WI Ida re.a, Diaiag ree.. eUifoeal. I Bedroom : bath air condition.I : .
:
: I
Call MI-4117 or Write : ; BlLASLKY limTI REALTY OU. .BEDROOM apartmml fur: lehe<. I. tare sea refrlferatar tm4I block Crammer School

P.O. lei 1315, Ukfland this jet acquainted offer Rt'Rllak enOureement SAMPSIur..lgTM>t..re I 9451154.--- NW-- CY- -- ---. .5$1rams water lad....... :J-U MAre Air CeadHieMbm. Drive y .adS ::1 Uiufne pretest financing .

other imrpueee .*.. 1 BEDROOM wirtiralebed. nucMKncbra M. KW CY 4-MM. e etefciag at the e.Uie yes Low Dowa Payment .
laiti. You cm t afferd t c ..ml" ...a''" J e..utpe..a. l*. BIAALJC'' r .
wU Mae the velrenie re '
etUeei
-- -
... PRM Pno* II.IIW Cl
I M4 Ith
*lam STAR IIK.u.TYU
ASSOC.
MALE HELP mill this special! offer t-tOt 111 Ate A.JNW ant _SVTJI ((12-8)) Real Estate Loans to all wk step kwUe.Redded CORN G. WOOD ft

..1 1 PkeM CT 1M1J
POt.Y FOAM RUKBER I BEDROOM nJurnieked ducWlkitrhe .
M
S CASHIER or nnh.r. DISCOUNT PRIG _Ip.... OM Are I. HOMEr Now $22,500
MAKE.UP MEN FORDr TRIM SHOP lot NW Beaeley RetRy Cw. CY HTll 51.01
B. NW'Y HIlL I **T.I'1 1DIPLEX Wt M Lake' Ltak Dr SE. LakevWwI :
o COOKS -------- LOANS a* M ekww tkto ee te yes I larte "re I lav haute.
I PORTER DEPENDABLETRUCKTRAILER FOR SAI.K .7 ..... Merger Jt4-UIt I (loan Lake ........I Kk as apyetoCaifwt this area' : Ins fully ,=. kiune hMMe -
"..* Pwrd ....11II. f... ** : view NE: ...,._ 1 bedroomfamuy .. service charge or meet. : C dwawaeaer a>..rmbi dinMwen.
at till Av. G. NW """ ,,, reoea eWctne klrllea.HOO8 .. Experience) helpful but .4333. a gage brokerage fees tcnaito wen attached ,.,... re.ee eta
ApplyCHIP'S THAtia.Ra: water' .ottn.r. note e4orrl hearfry reewa: *
oeceanry. er. guitar. megaphnne. 1. APARTMENTS t tn.NItD 2S yean o. elect homes "'.L CiA.v",'.:. d -..... .- deeiraaterlMDd
a' 9. .f Hwy S4t rat r furniture. .w'ag I ( / & UItP'VPNISHEDWMau you will be pleated with DMaerviee ....... waAx dtgfaCT %*
DRIVE.IN *, ,!tihtl wie (MdMnibU : &1<1,0.. > Cat ed ..basic Oven I* .... CY' *-*>M
1II'r ''Y .un,, 1 I k.. buttoabolea.. ATKINS REAL ETTATE. 1M AnE. and a a vis 11 ,
',he.. 2tJ. UJ pattern*. N. a> [ TOWN I .
448 CypressWinter Gardens Rd QI1AI.1TY11..... men'. need aemeeej n I SE after_specWrly- SDE81RABLK Harold Irty, PI.a.. ., eDDJ.AIIL -- .... DOWNLttracWve

Haven unilurm Nut All' ;:: I 51 it p.r cab korat_ two I IIn ...... COUNTRY' MORTGAGE CORP SECKEL, Realtor I A I tiiriim ......
waal bu> auw* and try 3-41.)4 JIH I naSlU'U ed wUI rent faISA m Mafoolla CY run etovo and ?efrVeraue' tt m

TUESDAY, JULY Tlh SHE tot'-: I. n' 'Y.Yy 44 'tlft"1-uiIo'u, r a' \ .Aubomdala 5110\ per Acre uH.** ail from Arles".... Md- *lae* i-n an HIT CMnth H eell. per 54._ JM C.J 1114419July XJ 4t. : r,10 oMh., CY Mtdt LEONA CY 330114 REAL
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the le\nmon) 1 BEDROOM 14 balM t Wt.
I Lou CM eoMtrurttan. ?end. M C. FOWLER. BT AU Plaimiffv mailed a slorv. he h.u1 one heard
wall kitchen rumln***. Ondaelgnborhoad. DCNOTICE ........ from a Icilurcrlate '
Room for Mull MU. : OF MIT CLEAMOND OWKNB. KT AL. FI tgR
TO M C the bumblebee Apply H) f"1 NSq
garden All tar tMMKIwltTATKUia Lf.'o.Yfiod
::; REAL BtTATt CY JACKSON and : DefeadeMlNOTICE I him the racofm/ed aerodynamic

4112Hawn i to I p m a.pllaw2J61r a* and of Cotutitullng Directore of the POWSMInvMtment InMBoard : Or 11 IT ..... From the site shape end
n TO. PAULA & OWEN
Company. n dsseolved weight of his Kxh in relation lo
Yea an hay _...( that I

THREE BEDROOM J BATH ALLBRICK and a* Tnsstee rturMa for corporation the stock .....unIt..... slit anaisinyou I total wing area. he ,annul pwe..loIyIlly.
HOME, painted llvlnt hoMvr of amid dissolved I earp la the above Mend Cowt and But the bumMer-w. Joe not
room large Florid room, util.ty e.Uaa' and all persons, the nature II .... awl la a Bill to, know this and he goer ahead and
room. Iflumlnu, celling m boll* claiming Intereet by. taroMShunder Fntnlan list canal Monaam recorded
them r, O/K Bkwk TU .... MB.IwMIc flws Mywayi"
M
OE: kitchen. terruao itron Bens or agslut +
tlfully landicaped. City water and heir, legate, dot"....... Uaon record* of Foil CouMy, Pto- The tory sheds light on a new CAUGHT >rotJ, THtY craw ads +oAlt. l A Y ALARM
city ewr outside city Schoolb I rune**, creditor. .. rids encumbering all Ike foUowlmideernbed I .total trowMcmaler the boom. ABAM! ARR ca\Y eo ors
MMHC NAPPING .
tM 00 month CY MSW 11.TJf known or unknown having Florea. to-wI. Eiperts. applying the racognitviaerodynamic 1t16W'1'; sa-ln., Fup "
or claiming to have any Lot 4. Block B a*I tests", preduwd than
ru tH. Ml*. claim, Ismnnt, HeltrM ......1........ Ikeay...- rM TAKING YtxJ '
lien. or demand In. to or upon UIOB, Flertd, aa shown by map I the boom could not pmsiMy cause } Nfcm& Tile OFmRS
PASS THE BARGAIN PLEASEYou th* real estate aeremaft*! or pkst thereof record) in th* '' }
U b* eating tits real bargain described: Office of the Clerk of the Circuit 7 OMQO FOR TI-V6! ,. '
up when you ... this .-...d_ 2 You are hereby. notified that Gout n and for Polk Coca,
bath CB horn Beau lids It* K plaintiff have Institute Slit !r. Ftorvte, ta Plat Book 41
lories and only 1100.00 down. against you In the abode styled PC. re. M1't
B-o-o-o ptu the phon. pk>... and Court and the nature of the said and you hereby. notified to file i
call Chuck B. .......mk..t8CHOENTHALER suit Is a Bill to Quirt title to all your answer or other. pleading to rpt
CO :2M-IU1 the following, described ,.**.aI1.. plaintiff complaint In the office
Niles A, wkends 2V3-M11: 34 In Polk County Florid, towltBeginning of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
lutSH feet West ol and mail copy thereof to Summer
--- .-- the Southeast inner Section Un and Connor. 144 Avenue B NW
23 Township M: South Range Winter Haven. Florida, on or before
MUST BELL ft Root said point being anth July M. IM4 or miner Decree. Pr.. e .;iF, TbpDN'r
Owner moving. sacrificing S.bodraonu Wt right.of.wy line of Confueao be entered agalnet > HIWTTNBB8
CB houM patio Florid' Old tNxle Hi-Wsy thence West my 'hand aa the Clerk
room fenced yard. Beautifully 12M3. North 006 Wset 14M of the. above styled Court and the
landscaped 1250 down See flT (IK '. EM 12110 10' I" point on sal ef Midi Court at Barlow Fiortda. .
81. Jan.Phyl! (-11 West right-of-way line of Old Ibis June 11 1M4 t-- I -
FOR BALE BY OWNER J. Dixie HI-W*> Bt utheuterlyalong D. II SLOAN JR. VLtASROARIiN' XXU.CAust --
bedroom tile bath CB home. said ht-.. .way 11010' Clerk. Circuit Court MtAN Td AN ACCIDENT,' e_ 1 iEg .' d
11..111-1. oven ra.... and rrfrlg era. to Point of Beginning BUMNERUN *: CONNOR INSECT) HOW DARE
tor.. convenient to school Call and you ar* hereby. not:fled to Binppialntif.'Mcompla 144 Avenue B. NW / MEAN + u..
213-138 from 100am. to 1:00 p m. other Winter Haven. Florida MDTHFR'dSPAPt7RTRAlT' I"r1 Sl
thelofnoa
After. 6 00 p.m. CY M68J. 745 Slat In June n :21 July t II 1M4 6E _
Court. NW i4 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court extensive. damage But window! THAT11 i ff
and mall onp/ thereof. to Bummerlln ---- -- --- not knowing the, went ahead and / w>atROUir '
I
and Connor 144 Avrnu B. NW
Winter Haven Florid, on or before IN THK 41IMIIT COI'BT. TKNTHiiHtiAL broke anyway At supersonic flight
FOR BALE: OR RENT I Bed July 34. 1M or suffer Deere Pro rieuirr, rom multiplied to did complaints about!
room unfurnished hom. Rent 170 Confeno to be entered against you C'Ut'NTt'W.'DA.. racked platter and shattered brtc \IXk
per month Low down payment WITNESS my hand a* tie Clerk IN CHANtEB
take over paynwiti lOa Ralph of lie above styled Court and the (.*. Ko. U1M 10451. at P(. He W i.brae Rightly or wrongly the '7y ,, d t
It. Aubumdal. 2M-SD10 mornings seal of said Court at Barton Florida DOROTHY MAE CARTER: I boom wa blamed for mating a
before 12 and after. f M p.m this June 11 1M4BUMMERUV rialntlff
1MT -- dog neurotic and a man arthritic

D. 11. SWAN JR, MALCOLM HOWARD CARTER. for rupturing, i iwimming pool and!
Clark Circuit Court Defendant
iplittmg a toilet bowl.
NOTICE: or HIT
MODERN WELL BUILT HOME I *: CONNOR THE STATE: OF FLORIDA TO: All hit commotion rained! tome

year old. 2-bedroom. S-tll bath., m Avenue B, NW MALCOLM HOWARD I ARTtR.whoi novel points of law that are mil ...
extra half bath In utility room. Winter Haven Florida last known addree la
Ceiling heat and central air conditioning June 33. 2*. July I. 11. 1M4 Shore and Country Club Box N.. not settled For ciamplc: When II

undeground sprinkler 6U4. South Norwalk Connecticut it negligent for a pilot to break the
oyot.m., double carporte. Nlctneighborhood You are hereby. notified that a sound barrier' Can collect in-
Close-in 11600 down, cull for divorce .... bee filed you
full closing. no extra Balanct IN THE!: "JK'nT rot'BT or THE agaliut you la the above entitled ..ur'IIlor: ionic boom damage if
payable 113000 per month. For appointment OF cauie and that you are .hereby required your policy prulcUt you against
TENTH JIIMCIAL rlRTtlT
to see phone owner CY to ....... a copy of your an
-$30. M FLORIDA, IN: AM FOR POLK ewer. or other written defense* upon explosion
401NTY. IN: rHANCk.B, Wallop W Msnlev. plaintiff attorney Luckily for most claimant, the
Unit T* rrerle e Mertgcg who* cddre I* P 0 lion United Slatei Air Force stands i
y
Cora N.. JtnVU-4J 2&4. UkeUnd Florid. or before
2300 12th 8t NW. Price reducedto oa
"1.110O. 'ZOO down 1UO feet FIRST FEDERAL! 8AVIN08 AND th* 17th day of July. A D.. 1K4 ready lo pay for the damage it \

of living are*. I-Bedroom. 1 tile WAN ASSOCIATION OF WINTER and before or Immediately thereafter causes-without quibbling about
bath*. Ian. Fla room living room HAVEN' nalntlff to file with the. Clerk of the such technicalities Air Force bates
above ..,led Court the original of
H ft). replace. Kitchen with dishwasher
dining room ..,.....n.d aid .n."... or Mid written tIfof._ have set up regular procedure for
porch patio work chop I car garage L e.I any handling claims
aebeilo roof tree, shrubbery. If you fall to do eo decree pro
DOMINIC D. CORNY ET A4Dei'nanl However the Air force hat no
confeeao
take arcma lot 130 a 145 Wail a will be entered agalnat
ceiling Insulated. I air conditioner you I..r the relief demanded In the desire-indeed, no rf.hI-4O pay

Owner. Brtow U3- 171 or 633-M46 NOTICE: or MIT .tol.WITNrHS. For damage it docs not cuse This
for appointment IS-July 11 my hand and official
TO LON GRIFFIN and wife. oral nf office at Banow. Polk County IS no tiny road lo government
FRANCES GRIFFIN Florid. this lltk day of Jun., money. Every claim Is meticulouslynvesttgated :
B-fed 131 Beth Drive A D.. 1K4 of
( ) by a learn specialists'
T'-h':: :*. Georgia: D.Clerk H. Circuit SWAN Court JR. before it I II paid Elf till MFR wt I'D tlNg NA f MArtK (ARM atn/e TOO V MO-VOUWAN ,
You ,, notified' that PI2eD Ltr N ro .NOW wilt) ewca nlnrov/ OT Brea I m west
plaintiff baa instituted alt again By Luclle Hastings No doubt the problem will get sift ftABtNOW TIME., RAY. nAltO Trod ttewuiHr IM1ITIopgIrsCeNGIA'I1X6' // e
WANTED Good Listing Houses you In the above styled Court and Deputy Clerk
Acts aC/rpf
worse when civilian airlines switch t1U r10m0 Dst1Y 111/
Lot*. Acreage, groves. etc the nature at aid, Mil la a Bill to WALTER W MANLEY e / 1 /
JIM BROWN REALTOR, Haven- Foreclose that certain Mortgage P 0 BOB %4. 10 supersonic Jen AI an Air Force TO nV IN TriL 0 1 4

ran. AlLakstlria. Call 2M-001S recorded la 0/R Bouk TUB Page l UkeUnd. Fla.Attorney claims official put it lo a group of flxyer artoNAAMP Mf7
1-7 137 public records of Polk County for Plaintiff
Florid..neumhrtng all the fallowing Juna I II. M b. July 1. IM4NOTK Mvrancc men
_. _. _._ "
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described real ratate In Polk You ain't seen noihin yet

((14-A) Lots & Acreage County Florida lash 'K OF IXTFfTIO' TO But for the present the problem V ,
The Eel 6* feel of the Wilt
136 feel of the South 130 feet !MAO APPIKATION FOB has been kept within reasonable ,
M14.L IIUMHAHOE:
of the North 436 feet of Lot IN RE KSTATE: OF bound Pilots are carefully e
Small Acreage 341. Wahneta Farm Bubdlvl' ALFRED schooled sonic booms 4o
plat M TILDBNDaeeaaed : in holding
ion, a* shown by map or
thereof recorded In the Office I minimum. And citircns are corning .
TVk ACRES cleared suitable of the Clerk of the CircuitIn T."''oil.I AQ Ohm hereby It May given( eeirei trial we' to realize that the booms are

for truck farm 310U and for Polk County JI"Iorld.cS bare filed our final uRnrulon .
In Plat Book 1, Page report I caused not by hot rodden In the

feet fronting on paved road HB, LESS AND EXCEPT Roodway. M TIMen of ceaeed Ihe' estate that of we Alfred bars sty but by vital defense training

Proposed canal at rear Price and you.are of Record hereby. and/or notified ta to uw Ml. filed our petllloa for final dl.. The mesage u gelling acrots that

$8850. Good term. your aniwer or other pleading t* chrg *nd that we will applr 14 the boom n a boon in disguise, ,
the Hen Richard' A Bronco. CMJIVly
plaintiff) complaint! In lilt OffiIMof Judge. of Polk County. Florida. that this man.made thunder is not -
700 ACRES excellent pastureland the Clerk of the Circuit Court ... lilt 29th day of July 1944 forapproval the irksome sound of mischief but a- '
DON YOU It. MONCV
and mall copy thereof to SummerIn -i ( TtlXI ) DOrs'T YOU U( 0AM1 1 'if r 40 VTO
of the and far finIdiarharg
Vi, mile road frontage and Connor HI Avenue B, !CW.Wlnt.r same the reassuring. sound of security JIIUNO Nit MOTOS. MtT OIWIN I '
I as Executors of the estate \ vMIAN4 HIM NOW AND tAr fINU f o S.t60IN4
before
I $UO Per acre 29% down Have Florida on or of Alfred M. TIMen deceased. I Gum rit MVH A 'HANM FOR AUUNotwrANO HI (AN uPOITAWifl
July It. 1164 or suffer Decree' Aa American Bar Association. ,.h- TO (t RICH, IMALA0tOll';of.
Terms on balance entered This 1t day of July 141ichcng I anw' w rx-tt | YOUR nn'. RU"'f NOW tlMOVlt TMl MOtf ,
PreConfeaa to be against : National. Bank of Ik ink* feature by Mill Bernard. alai MAIN AND MV PAIlNT WANT .
1 Wilt' YOu ( ( $IMANOtD M1'
I 101' tNO MM JUST KtN 1lRWWANO CIJICTION VOUMOTMU '
WITNESS hand .. the Cinch Winter Have Elmln A. C 1964 American Bar Association YOU IN Tut FAM L/ NOW ,
70 ACRES all heavy my / ut NOW .t THINK'
oranges MINT
of the above styled Court and the Tildes and Samuel J. TIM AI'f TO IMl AND t MAO TO HIM! ,
crop fruit. Price $230,000. teal of said Court at Barlow. Florida den. Co-Executors of the ANI) 'HI AIAMIIYCONfIalNlt --- : rt
thla June M, ItM ** .t. ,of Alfred M. Tllden. (t0 / c

VARNER REALTY D. H. SWAN JR. Bv Deceased W O Freemen II a ;: r )

Clerk Circuit Court Vies President n ,p
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A Weke4mnet rUMMERUN A CONNOR Shark A KalogrldlaAtterney "
144 Avenue B. NW at Law
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M Winter: Haven Florida P O. Bun all .

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your hone. and calve lit Vow -,.) Mediee BoM.y nod Ik*
floods Medinl _
the** beautiful fenced pMturea
horn two home chicken _"..- ANNOUNCING ALWAYS EAT BREA17AST

auraery nock, pecan tree*. 127.WOI T11SN A41NAO/L11fC17Yse Hu1lJrga cA'ryR
I Many authorilicl think thai iWIIACI! r/lAt
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400 ACRES POLK TRACTOR meat Her it why 77Lr.Nt/ AMVf Jckave1

Dnrmg sleep the body la al NNY ACJrATNF t tn tt

S0... cleared. fenced IUO per rest Heart action slowt .p.
sees :II" down Let u* show 3450 HAVEN DALE BLVD.IS 1 her U usually a drop in blood

you this!! pressure With the tart of the

THE NEW da,', activities, however, more

FRANCHISED DEALER FOR THE energy s* needed Sine breakfast .
follow th* longest period

of lime without eating. tins first

meal becomes especially hnporStndwt .
aAoLTr taIIt. 1 e\
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how that i. workers who omit r

breakfast there it increased

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tune All the* factors place
APPROXIMATELY le* A Including. *
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doa. 'aU ItMOI Jl" and tend to liter**** ones 1 ;, M J MOUTH eN s.5 t:0 t9J1' ALL VKAAS,
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Lake I AND TRI /T
l..to torn persons oat AGAIN I 'ievENYORAJ
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Follow slims fiwa ExperlnMM Btloa .kw weight, erroneosuly belt** : I rpt7
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legal Advertising their ildr fotr,1p n b't of 1

food they all. and

dash off to their days actrvi-
none or si rr
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO twsHow
much breakfast shonld
JaM* M..... Blsdsw ---
Men Law M<** > .u Mee' It hat been estimated
lute Haaeee Amass U'.. tram _-...tlt to on*.

1 thud of the day. nutrientsthonld
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be taken the fuel
m
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that tk. Defend**
C-:: tn. Ore., clown I rhea. with arrvvngs of -

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Pa?* Ten WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Monday. July 6. 1964


Play Lakeland TonightZephyrhills



I Phillies Take Three-Game Tw -n--S; Tilt





Bill From San Francisco : Umpired OutBy


By FRED DOWN Houston Cotta 7-1 in other Na Sandy Koufax pitched a MX
hitter and struck out five for =
UPI
Sports Writer tional League gamei .
Jack BildtchuD wasn't good In the American League Boa his eighth straight win and U'th ..,.. ., .. BOB IIAVILAND
.
I enough to make DM National ton beat Loi Angeles "", Min of the Mason for the Dodgers !( '." .\., : ...."1( Sports E tIGr'
League AU-Star team but to the neiota routed New York M, Willie Davie drove In three runs ,9 We have never beard of It before but the Water Haven
Philadelphia Phillip he's money Kansas City defeated Baltimore with a double and a homer to Zepbyrhillt American Legion baseball game was called Friday
-
in the bank. 3-1.I Detroit swept Washington pace the Dodgers' nine hit attack : night because the umpires wart out of town-yw could say

Back In 1950 a great relief 74 and 3-0 and Chicago topped that dealt Galen Cisco his : rfr. the contest was "umpired" out.
pitcher named Jim Konstanty Cleveland 20! and 50. 11th loss against three wln hitsbut "Z: ::.2: : ;J'Gi..t ; !lf'f: Of course, that was not the way Winter Haven team manager
.
carried the Phillies to a pen. Roger Craig allowed 10 : ; Gene Marottl beard it A telephone call shortly before

I tory nant-and it repeating it may be itself that with hit Don, Camilo'Star' to win pitched his fifth out of game many for jams the *" the locals departed for Zephyrhills notified him the game had

Baldschun playing the role of Cardinals, who snapped a 1.1 .',.,'t" ," "'' .I ,... '''.!\.' .. '' to be called because of rain. In an of the coming games
: ,
1--: :
C the new relief ace for a new Starters tie In the seventh Inning on Bill : : One report from Zephyrhills the Legionnaires will be
I generation of Whit Kids. White's double, a sacrifice bunt \t.i'J'; :, :: laid that It sprinkled In the donned out in new uniforms,
Baldsrhun turned In two perfect NEW YORK (UPI Don and tingles by Bob Skinner and ; early afternoon but not enoughto donated by the Winter Haven

I innings of relief striking Dryidale and Camilo Pascual, Tim McCarver. Joey Jay postpone the game. At American Legion Auxiliary.

r out four of the six batten he a pair of righthanders with dropped hit fifth i decision game time It was not raining,

faced, Sunday aa the Philliei! fiery temperaments to match against four wins and seemed a perfect night
downed the San Francisco GI. their fait bills, are expected to All.Star catcher Joe Torre w I I r i for a ball game

ants 2.1 and took a one and a be named the starling pitchers drove In three runt with a pair The report that the ref. FireballRoberts
half game firitplaca lead at in Tueiday'a 5th All.Stir game of doublet and first baseman were absent came from a

the All-star break of the National between the National and Gene Oliver had three singlesIn Zephyrhllli ban player who
League race.A American leagues, the Braves' 12.hit attick. possibly let the cst out of the

27-year-old native of Green Managers Walt Aliton of the Rookie Wade Blisingime i bag-not having referees results

vile Ohio, Baldichun wrappedup Nationals and At Lopes of the pitched an eight.hitter to win '.,,', ", ,.,... ;: ', ': .;;' 'iY'' forfeiting the game.
two of the Phllliea' victories Americana I will make the: hit first major league game But as of this morning, the

in their three-game sweep of choice., official at a 10:30 a.mpren while Dick Ellsworth suffered ,. tilt has been rescheduled for
the Giants, has been the close conference at which any hit eighth defeat compared with tomorrow night at ( p.m. In
out pitcher in four of the Phil. other lut.minute change also l 10 victoria Zephyrhills. This will be one BuriedDAYTONA
Uei' lilt five games and hit will be announced. Jerry Lynch't two-run homer of five games the Winter Ha.
relieved In no less than 33 of A crowd of 50,000 li assured and Manny Mota's three.run LITITT \ yen Legionnaires will play in

the Philliei' games this season for the 1 p.m. EDT, game at homer WeN the big blows for ui six days.
Ruben Amaro singled home Shea Stadium in which the Nationals the Pirates, who dealt Dick The first contest will be at BEACH Fl ,.
the winning run for the Philliei hope to draw even for Farrell hit third defeat against Lakeland's Henley Field at I (UPI One of the biggest fan
10 wins AI McBean't sturdy relief tonight. It sites clubs in the South broke up Sunday -
in the seventh Inning after Clay the first time In the series p m up as a .
The in the list two Innings pre. showdown for the Eastern DI- They buried "Fireball"Roberta
Dalrymple walked and took which began In 1933 News-Chief photo by Jack Rynerson
served Joe Gibbon's sixth win. vision lead, Winter Haven and .
second on a sacrifice. The Phil. Americana, who once led the

Ilea dealt It-fame winning All. aeries, 12 games to four go Lakeland both having 92 Glenn Roberta 33, who made

Star fourth pitcher defeat.Juan Marlchal his Into 17-1H the: margin 1M4 game with only a Ken PendergrassWins Dodges Finish 1-2 In Firecracker 400A. records.After the Zephyrhills meeting bit mark in the sports world asa

The Los Angeles Dodgers Both pitching choices appearto HighlandsKen J. Foyt driving car No. 47 above and his teammate Bobby Isaac, on the outside, Tuesday, the locals win driver run-,it-was on-the-Boor laid to stock rest at car a

beat the New York Meta 8-0, be dictated by the percentage swapped the lead some five times In the final few laps of the Firecracker 400 It Daytona play flames City here Wednesday cemetery here in the presenceof

the St. Louis Cardinals defeat of pitching a right-hander Saturday but In the final turn It was Foyt who won by a fender length. afternoon Dade City more than 500 fans and fel
Jackson-
ed the Cincinnati Reds S.I. the against a predominantly right- Pendcrrgraas there Friday night, and Lake.
Milwaukee Braves downed the handed hitting rival and the vtlU, who Saturday won a shoot This marked the first time a Only 12 of the starters were It war a glorious day for the land here Saturday afternoon. low racing driven

Chicago Cubs 7.1 and the Pittf- fact that Dryidale and Paacual off to take the 20 gauge title, driver from U6AC (United States still In running condition at the Chrysler products aa they took After resting on Sunday,
burgh Pirates whipped the ire sufficiently rejted for the yesterday won the Holiday Highlands AutoClub)has won NASCAR finish which attests to strain the first air places. The best Winter Haven will move Into The itock car champion who
Skeet Championships by race it was a very rewarding the cars were under tryingto Ford could muster wts seventh, playoff action-that la, unless held more NASCAR records
Ink. Six 1 of the AmericanLealue'
shooting a perfect round In 12 win aa Poyt pockets $12,100 lap at 170 plus. The race a Dodge war In eighth with a the bottom falls out. And, according than any other driver, died
darters
Exchange Bank, right.hinded eight hitters and are gaug competition. first place money plus any other favorite, Richard Petty had the Mercury in ninth and a Pontiac to Marottl this teems Thursday from burns over 70
seven H* was runner-up In the .410 posted awards he might qualify same fate befall him as his In tenth. unlikely. He expect. Winter per cent of his body suffered
United Motors of the National League'i. eight shoot as well Saturday and for for Bobby Istac who lot by less engine blew on lap 102. Until Haven to win at least threeof 3t days before in a racing accident .

WinnersThe starters Other are pitchers right handera.available to taking high gun honors receivedthe than a car length got second that time Petty war making It Foyt Itt a new record for the their last five games, thus in Charlotte N C.
Pony perpetual Cypress Gardens place money of $7,195. a one man show and was easily averaging 151.451 MPH assuring themselves a berth in
race
Alilon are Sandy Koufax of the sliver trophy. outrunning the other cars the playoffs. The top four "lie always ran to win," laid
Exchange National Bank Dodgers Juan Marlchil of the Frances Pop of Cypress teams in the league will battle driver Fred Lorenien one of
topped Town Music Center Giants, Dick Farrell of the Gardens won the 12 gauge lady Roberta' closest buddies on "the
* * Partin McIver for the division spot in the
12-6 and United Motors won by Colt, Dick Ellsworth of the championship. She had a score Jack NicklausIs reglonals. circuit"But
forfeit over Walker Hardwarein Cuba and Jim Bunnlng and of 91.
TOP 10 Colt Tests Tonight's engagement with "
Win
Pony League baseball Fir. Chris Short of the Philliei. Irv Gets of Miami who lost when he lost, Lorenien
Lakeland
will be the first time
day The other pitcher at Lopet" In a shoot-oft to Pendergrsas ,. Paths Oil Co. and McIver the leaders have met. added "II. was the first man
1. A. J P.y1, HnKlra, Tn VMlliHUt. loop An to out the congratulations.
Town Music 050 10- 6 disposal are Juan Pizarro and Saturday lost out again yesterday ad.iOs Whitemarsh Equipment Co. knocked out earlier rained out. pin
In a extended shoot with ..lM, N. C game was Lorenzen got out of a hospital
Exchange 204 6x-12 Gary Peter of the White Sox, t H.I.I., Iran ( >U the league leaden Friday in
Slated for Winter
Dick Pope, Jr., Cypress Gardens 1t1t14 l>xl.. IIIM to pitch bed to attend the ceremonies
Evans, Rabe (4) and Coley' ; Johnny Wyatt of the Athletics, I. Jhnmy ...;..... SMI Wllkr Colt League action: at Deniion Haven tonight Is Broward
Myeri and Triplett Dick Radati of the Red Sox. who won the clan AA bar. N.C., IWM riymMlk, Field. after suffering injuries In practice -
Butch will -
crown. Both had rounds of 89. .,.... Winner Worley. Lyle probably runs for the "Firecracker
Ford of the Yankees Open .
Town Music: Tom HuUedge!! Whltey t. n.rk Hnkrr. kirUII. N.Clmt4 Partin tripped Grande Market pitch tomorrow.
James Stewart of Jacksonville 400' race here Saturday.
two singles, Tim Vogt triple Jack Krallck of the Indiana and IHxIi*, It." 7-2 and McIver raced putTOOl"
Exchange: Jackie Bragg Dean Chance of the Angela. won the class A till and I Jim Paerh.l l. Niik r.4n.. N.r" 6-1.
W. A. Laird of Key West was .ed Piiil OM>inHk, H...Url Pharmacy
double Richard Cantrelt triplet Because of their power and 4., 11M riymMlk, II.W Pirtln on 043-TCraade
PHLADELPHIAUPI-Jack(
Ty Rabe, Don Myeri, and pitching the Nationals hiv<,, runner-up. M.l>.lil.mllk tvHrrr Casual M .. ...... 002-3
;, Ed Millar Jackaonvlll, took Clod !...! Nicklaus flew over the Atlantic
Dick Evans all singles been made 1310 favorites t the class B shoot NIck C.rtcl, t. 1)0.11. fMrMM, p.rt-....rl, today to play In the British Ostrander and Jones; Brun- WDfERBAVEN HABOUR
United Motors I Walker series In which the .
quirt a y a I ISM D.du.,5.114L ion and Anderson
Jr., Tampa, won the class C week with the 124
this
k Open
Hardware 0 (forfeit) once trailed, 12-4. 11 a a i Kjlt-.rUr* r rtMHk 1
honors. Ed Clark,Jackaonvlll, T..., |.W. t.>r4. tl.IMt. 000 first place prize In the Partin Clyde Foster two CON UO Mi" iuM
.. was first In class D and Pat rnrl: Rulntrr Mny4 Ki.k.. : Whitemarsh Open In singles, Harold Jones home oiiEcni. srtiRQ' LAKE
.. $125,000
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of the day shot him past defending
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Pendergrasa, Stewart, Miller, O'Neal and Clark; Roggen
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Lionel Brooks and Emery Patterson and BeDTorry'l .. ......,.
Tops for the lead opening day and Ronnie O'Neal home '...tlI.1 i.mihhed day free 10 p m
Pappy-
Pope and Ed Clark of Jack Eddie Machen days led ,for folded the in second the final and round third run. Ken: Hart double and --llTt'" :?' iSilW
aonvlll won the doubles com- single; Johnny Clark single
over the 6.807-yard, par 72 Agent A J Lad
with John Snlvely ID two
petition STOCKHOLM Sweden (UPI Mclver-: John May
and Ford De Haven both of -Floyd Patterson elated at his Whitemarsh Country Club layout singlet, Kevin Roggen two use IIM Strati N W. (IU. S. 'UJ l Ptltntl HI-ISM

Winter Haven winning the run- most impressive victory in singles, Grady Walker triple A".,,,.,Superb ".,."".", Condommlue.Mr1monr
Dorado Beach,
ntr-up dd.Jerry three yean, today challenged Rodriguez and single, Benny May triple, rolopmnit a/ Inlnf 2. Mane t Anoelil
Imber of Winter Havenwas champion Cassius Clay to a P.R., led Dave Marr. New Rochelle Willy Bell two tingles,
In class E N.Y. by one stroke af "
runner-up heavyweight title fight but Clay Charles Peebles single.
of the first three
each
competition. ter
loudly declined because "Pat-
stlA The tournament was sponsor terson's a nobody" rounds The jolly Peurto Rican
Id by the Winter Haven Skeet had 86.68.611-7'-2'111. nine under,
CIa, refusal Chicago was
WISH I and Trap Club. along with Marr for a fourth.'
loud enough to echo clear
across the Atlantic but it did place lie.Player.

COULDAFFORD \\ MEET ON TV not Patterson lessen Floyd's the only pleasure.man to 69, took ,second with a money final round of $16,of.' 800 FREE

sN LOS ANGELES (UPI) The win the heavyweight crown 000 and was followed by Palmerat
United States Russia
sixth vs
twice, was frankly delighted at 271 10 under par. Palmerwon I
track and field meet in Lot An- '
$ his lopsided 12 round decision last year with a 281 when
'
gelds, July 25 26. will be televised over blood'smeared and eye- the tournament was played in
ABC-TV between 1:30:
by
October.
bruised Edd.,a. Machen before
and 10:M p.m. EDT. on July The win was the burly Ohio-
40,000 roaring fans In Stock-
A NEW 25 and between 7:30: and 1.30: holm's Raasunda Soccer Stadium an's third of the year-Tony

p.m. and 10 and 11 p.m. EDT. Sunday night Lams with four wins leads the GREEN 1 STAMPS
on July 26. The telecasts will touring pros The year-old
CAR! 1' be blacked out In the Lot Aagelei Machen of Los Angeles near Nicklaus now has won 11 tournaments .

area ly 32, was bleeding freely from in two and one half a

a rut under his left eye at the years as a professional Earlier
W* let to finish and the eye itself was this year he won the Tourna When You OPEN or ADD to Your Account

., talking about nearly closed ment of Champions and the

m.t.orittlm.teon In addition he had taken two Phoenix Olen.Champagne. In the Amount of $500 or More
( from trips to the canvas in the 10th Tony Lema. who
outer spare and 11th rounds after being started the final round two
that reach the knocked: off balance by left strokes behind Rodrlgues' 13- Through July 10th.

earth before books to the head Referee Ted under par. shot a 72 to finish In

being wholly dy J. Waltham of England a tie for fifth with Tommy

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