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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Publication Date: May 3, 1964
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Discuss PlansA

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careful study ta to what ummunist/ trrrorlaU link a
facilities are moat needed for t'' s ship ,m Saloon harbor ytterilay \
Winter Haven Hospital hal be.D and a few hour later
made and consultations with the I wounded four American In t
architectural firm of Stevens t! grenade attack along the waterfront .

and Walton of Orlando are now t ,
In progress\ according to The new nth of terrorism
LIONS CLUB OFFICERS-N.wly elected officers of the Winter Haven Lioni Club William Fyneraon, president of added up to the boldest Red
pond for this picture tt the meeting Friday They include (front left to right! : Chubs the Board of Director, moios In date agaktst Amen

Gothorn retiring pretident, who becomes 4th vico president; Frank Siomtn, pretident. "Realising that the present cam in the Vietnamese war
oloet; Jim Greenfield, lit vie. president; Lewis Wright 2nd vies pretidtnt; Dan Moody ho.pl facllttlea are no longer The I'' S aircraft ferry Card:
3rd vie. prosidont: nd Julian Knoi, tocntory Back row bit to right: James E. Bradford able to carry the Increasing 1 by which had arrived with a cargo

two year director; Alfred Steveni, hit! twitter; William E. Coker, district governor patient load we are endeavoringto of helicopters and light aircraft
come up with a plan that will Friday and was due to sail for
elect: Clinton Thomas, one y*" director; Otis Boatwright ono year director; Joseph not only meet present day demands L home later In the day, was
Twomey attittant tail twitter; and Charles Fields, two year director. but will project Into the 1 tied up at Its pier when Red

future" he aald. : saboteur bleated a hole la IU
Color Slides "Melvln J. Arnold hospital lid i
Kelly Pledges administrator, has been holdIng None of the TJ civilian crew
a series of meetings with t member aboard the Card was
members of the medical staff Injured. but two of the four
On Russia to get their opinions a a to men wounded In the hand grenade
rLanellS27 4 what services the new addition attack were reported In tar.
v should contain. This phase Is lout condition
just about finished and the noxt It was the first major American .
Shown LionsLamar > step Is for the architect to produce ihlp to be sunk tt the an-
'Ga. to Miami'Scott workable plans that will tICommunlit war raging In

Beauchamp, promlfr assure us a maximum efficiencyof NEW DUNDEE POSTMASTER,,, A, Loop, second from left hat been appointed this southeast Asian nation The
ent local cattleman, presented operation at a minimum facilities coat.Combine >> acting pottmttttr of the Dundee Pott Office to replace the retiring A, C Hit time a foreign ship was

a program of slides to the Kelly Is pledged to with the the projected existing ones so Gnner. Making the appointment. li E L Saley, second 'from right, of the U.S. Postal aucctaafully sabotaged In busy

Winter Haven Lions at their four-lane U.S. 27 "from the if that no apace will be wasted la Service from St. Petenbura; and watching are Luther Reel, left. Winter Haven pottmait Saigon Indochina harbor war came when during the Com<<: the

meeting Friday which were Georgia elected" line to He Miami"made the also of great Importance ; and Forrett>> Smith Lake Wales postal officer right. rnunlsli lank a French trim
taken on hie recent trip to governor "What we actually must dolt

Russia pledge In an Informal speechIn get the most hospital for the port\ few hours after the Reds
Beauchamp enlivened the a Lake Wales restaurant least money", said Rynerson.He .
terrorist
WarnedOn blew up the ship t
U.S. Is
color slidea with Interesting early Saturday morning further added,that ground threw I home. made grenade
.' commentary concerning the Kelly laid ho would build work Is being laid for the financial loW the mldtt uf a group. of
various e I 1111 e, buildings\ ,. 1 the'IJ.d la spite of any com campaign to be conducted Americana on the waterfront,
farms and the people of the mlttmenta mad. by the present In the fall.Orange. wounding four of them Two of
administration w.th bondholders Cuba
areas covered. LAMAR BEAUOIAMP "'V&tt' ,, Flights (continued 08 Page I, Cot I)
"W found the people friendly in New concernIng -

courteous and very much toll roada Crop
Interested In our standard of High powered lawyers will WASHINGTON (UPI-T) h. shooting dowa V reronnalfr PatMcBls
living and not at all Interest. Orange Belt not stop Scott Kelly from United! Staten Russia" and Cuba once planes
ed In Communism or atomic building free highways," the each! with separate Interest. In FMday excbangei t h eState
bombs," Beauchamp stated candidate laid! He pointed out To Be Short maneuvered In a war of words Department wan t h a
The slides covered Moscow. that U.s. 27 is the main north over V. S reconnslaeaoct quietest of the parties Involved, District FFASweetheart
Russian farming areas and Club to MeetChesterfield south road through central flights. But It Wit s verbal bat (hough top administration offs/

1 some parts of Poland. Florida. LAKELAND Fls. (UPI) tie that could have serious eon dials said that U II aerial riconnaltsance ,
Clinton Thomas Kelly also sad that he has of Cuba would
made r final Smith presidentof The head of the Citrus Mutual sentiencesM
report on the askpf fruit the Orange Bell Touchdown supported every extension of hat predicted Florida' orange C'CIntIM' ''..plt. Khruahchtv a
Club announced that unemployment compensation MOW and Havana both i I' At this could have
cakes which showed this project yesterday million warning
will fall about 4
the annual of the or- and in favor of crop fired off bitter warnings Friday ?
meeting is unemployment "dkaetn
to be one of the most sue boxes abort of the U S Agriculture it .oniequencei
cessful undertaken by the ganlzatlon would be held Monday compentatlon for seasonal Department' eitlmattof against continued Americanoverflights Slate Department press off! Pal Mrllale" a Winter HaveaHigh
of Cuba Officials inWashington
Lions In recent night May 18. citrus workers ler Richard I Philllpi said he
named
yun.Ul'ln M 2 million boxes School senior was "
As usual It will be held at "The Go Kelly campaign hat noted, how..r.lhat bad no reply to Khrushchev .
been rained out Mutual Executive Viet President District PTA Sweetheart last
both Soviet Premier Nlkl-
the Restaurant and will .
Park "
twice during the planned days commence at 9:30: which will caught fire, he said, and we Robert W. Rutledge aald la S Khrushchev and Cuba threats and that newsmen MRS. JOHN C1IAFFIN night from among five aub-dis. !
for the tale of light bulbs, be a business meeting followed are going to be number one Friday that some Industry experts Premier Fidel Castro pulled should refer to a statementPhillips Irlct winners in the fuurcountyares
Jim Greenfield stated that the Tuesday It is no longer s the to fill as had Issued April 20
by a hospitality hour end expect crop their punches and left I their
final house.to-hous Campaign the dinner will atari at 730.: question of whether we will much ss T million boxes below warning unspecific The April 20 statement said Mrs. Chaffin The contest was the highlight
with the Rainbow Girls participating The games selection committee be In the runoff I say" flatlywe the USDA's estlmsteBut There was also speculation the United Slates wanted to el FFA Day which was held all
would be held next headed by Joe K. Hay will be number one Rutledge ssld only extremely that Khruohchev and Castro make 'unmistakably clear'hat I day yesterday at PIn, CityHigh
; Friday evening will turn In its report. Tht Kelly Slid he has much adverse weather conditions may be locked In s disputeover ( It considers aerial reran School
I Secretary Julian Knox read membership win then select support in north and central would cause such t low when and lo what degree naliaance of Cuba a necessity. State Officer sibs Mcllalt won lilt contest I''
a list of those having perfect the games to be seen next Florida and has gained In orange harvest! Cuba will be given control of lo guard against another deceplion as she won the local and ..ub"tlcl -
Russia's Introduction
attendance for the put year tail. Broward and Dade Counties "In our five year outlook rift-aircraft missiles capable of suck as "" sweetheart. eenttsts and
aa follows In the past the club members He pointed to large and en which Mutual Issued a year of offensive missiles' bite the Kiwanis. Talent Sh w-wlta
James C. Bradford, Roy generally saw a college gameon thuslastic crowds to hear him ago wt said that even under ",.. ,.."..... Cuba in 1962High I In PBX Clubs her guitar and folk ..'.
V J officials noted hat
Clark William T Coker. John either Friday or Saturdayand speak lately and said the en optimum condition, the crops r .1 Site now kai the right to pantlclpeit
KhruahcheVa remark
Crisp, Charles Gothorn then a professional gamt thusiaam In Ms campaign la for 1982.14 would come to no Sample Ballots though Mrs John Chaffl of Winter In the state sweetheart.
James Greenfield. Phil Cutler- on Sunday. because he has put Ms mes more this M t million boxes," were strong on bluster they did Haven was Install ss vice contest which will be held al the
ret. James Harrington, JamesP The club buys an entire sage arrow on issues and hit Rutledge said, for Primary g not really commit the Russia. president of the PIX Outs of slate convention\ Daytona
Hosier, R Julian Knox streamline train for Its trips record and not indulged In dayto "All the evidence which wt leader to anything Khrttehchev horkia at lilt state ronventiosj leach June t-lt lilt will re.

Dr. R E Undl,. Dr. Charles and Naves lea yea, from downiowi Winter day mud slinging with his have carefully accumulated and S.. Pagt Six I overflights merely said"can'that or continued?...Id" held la Tallahttset. present one of the five FFA.
districts throughout Ins state
opponents analyed points to the accuracyof Other officers, who will serve
McQuarrle Donald Moore (Continued Oa Page I. Col I)
This Is the 13th for the
year Other girls la the contest
this long-term eillmate ,... .., during the coming year are:
A '
Charles
F <;
John Nease. / "
organitatlon's b tilt Continued On Col I)
trip. past ( Page I. Dorothy Wright of Tampa, were, loan Taylor Bartow
Rehse Frank Sigraan, Raymond .' It hal travelled to such places president, Mrs Martha Alt- Linda Jenne Brandon; TameaGrant. )
R Smith Howard Stephens aa Lexington Ky.- Nashville Cancer Fund of Tampa, secretary; Dade City, and DlaaiwGlUesplt.
Alfred C Stevens Joseph Tenn.) St. Louts, Lto4 Bloom man \ Turkey Creek
of Tallahassee
Mrs, Mary Bragg
Twomey, and Derewood Ington Ind.; New Orleans; Baltimore Boat DerbySet treasurer, and Mrs Doris In the boy' contests, the top
L Zieske Washington, D. c.
;
; swards wire parliamentarypieeduce.
Martin of SI Petersburg, par
Phllsdephla, etc. 9
May 0smentarlsn Plant City Chapter
Officers for the organization Mrs. Challis .has. beta a PBX public speaking, Clyde atilt,
Pops Concert will be voted at this meeting. Tht annual" gala Cypress Gardens operator of Elottt Groves As- of the Plncmst Chapter
At the Urns theoUlcer.
present and dinner
Boat Derby tiarttttt singing, Turkey
aotjatk for II .rs.
are. besides Smith Luke Awrtl.Halnea party tot the benefit of the It was announced that the Creek, harmonics playing, the
City net president IM4 Cancer Crusade will have IMS convention would be held Creek harmonica playing, the
Slated May 26 W. E. Rynerson, Winter Haven aa added feature Otis year..around la Lakeland with the PBX Tractor driving, RaymondChancey t
HCr.tat.unr.no. trip It Nassau for two. Club of the Imperial Area ashost. of lephyrhlOa and
.. who win remain on the Tht affair will be held on (Continued Oi Pact I. CoL 1)
Tbt Winter Bavea POPS (Continued OB Page i. Cot I) Saturday tight, May 5, at Cypress
Orchestra will present Its seat f e eI Garden, and will atari '
concert on Tuesday evening I rr al liJO p.m. wish a scenlt
I May 16 la Kara Mayo Hill 6 Persons Die r boat riot. The beat races will 36-Hour Deluge Gets Month
i I under the direction Christian be at S o'clock a social hour
Kir ah. / will start at MO, and tfUwer ..1'

met program One of of"Greensleevea will the be highlights the perform,"of which the In Quebec Fire \ will The ida follow.dinner annual, benefit I* the ,traditionof win beheld Of May Off To A Wet StartMay

Till bats!' a harp aad flute. c.. the Pals Terrace, and
Other numbers to be played CHICOUTIMl. Que. (UPI) fee dentine will fellow there, was Oft la a eel sun reported tt wore tai hair tile
Include "Little Klgbt Music" Six persons, five of them ebB WIG Law Paeltrntk's orchestrafuraisktng as aearly three more Inches of total precipitation for she Oral
by Mozart, aad "Flftlaadla," dren were burned to death ear the mo." until U-M raw. la the first M \hours raa four months of IMJ.Tht .
tfce ttttl ape1" the year it a shad raise a reek *.A which
by Slbetiw 1 ly yesterday in a fire that destroyed o
The orchestra baa already a three-story building st P.MTht round trlptteHaasavsrtbeta \ ant II hMhes oa use WMerHave teteled about teemats.u.raeswiss
were worth their weight
.ea (
begua rehearsals on these aDd nearby Riviere da Moulut. donated by radio staMesiWTWB fire tf e rtmMMgae wllOMr1pt
which, win be ..., and rlrtwUr donate the IH* total la laM tocltragrowersl
outer aelecttooa Four of tile children aged of w. HaMtj costs were going into
bard from g to U years, wire members Aubvradalf. Another foes of tor the sam perwd. debit and there was danger of
early
lart d
orchestra II currently UM wni be umitualaiatUotj The nIl ihsl
The of the same family Quobee gate as loss c< fruit through
a greet
seeking s bassoon player aad. provincial police Identified tm ww.* assay s HuarikU Friday and toMtiwMl sealed tirtuchyMterday g.Wtathee dropping- TWst rains helptd

has a call out tor suing players fat family surname as SyUtutbut will tw offered, .,- <* marnlH IM fire dn. .,..setasses. to sat she new rep,and theses!
aa well.Anyone said the first names were lag from ski betM tt LP re- and waa tvM greeter la w...'. ttntinued precliittattoartrlually ,
,
these Instruments ordt valued i* tlM.
tp
playtac
sot know ended the need for
lilt ridge.
an musicUBS. Tie Kassto trip wtfl be three scene areas akw
sad, la lad
The other two victims were total irrigation ta Polk County
M IN JMr'a
are cordially tovtted to Philippe d'Asnonr and I his lOlLNonnud It tor dare from Miami Iris ThU broi ht ..... at least fertile present
l
01 ...... etmparev "
ota with the orchestra. Rehearsals lass ._,. tt* P. aid O 10 is
) IS. Pellet said thtd'Aatoor .W bashes ta the carne periodof
are each Tuesday at Lines' ... Florida.Reeerratlone .
parents both escaped be made last year Total rataJktl la May for the
Wearwood -
1 30 .... at the awty
tee: High School Band hviVdbig.Farther from their second! story apart MAY DAY ROYAlTY-.no UMee.> of the kale Shipp May Da* ftitivMItt through nu,Ida", May 1, by After almost a aoa4fc of past two years hat been around
laformattoa may bt meet but d'Amoor died wbrabt are shown. 'NY. The qa en 'I. UII4. GerkeJ1- tetod teem left end the IIM I is Jeff calling. Kts SsaMa at CT 1-lttL draught t. lilt ralatall ta tile pat I.W inches! but In 1931 May

obtained by calling Wlater use.a the fought flames his 18 way back through to Stttrtt, second from right Member of their court are. Mark T.y aa
4-n7.. tavt ku .... attempt 99, '*)".. They are ill in the tilth grade. *M> per pUtt. aft Uebet. tat !department Or* depart




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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA
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Prayer Bible Scout Don 3 tin could be expected from taw '
Golf Tourney Professional Collars Association HIRE ii
Visits Ridge hamber in oMalnlac a suitable. spot "

Hearing May Art Center on of winter that organisation's golf tourneys-calendar" CfcarlML.COOPER.

Possibi6ties George T. Casoa of Orlando
A visit to the Ridge Art
Is chairman of the committee,
Cantor was made) last week
by I
ommentBy which also laetaak KeySoales,
members of Cub Seoul Den 3 Li I
Last 6 Weeks (r. of Wetfsdale and C. D. .. I

of Grace Pack Lutheran 611 sponsored Church. by (the L L DAVISSTRAIGHTFORWARD UnderStudy Sevbern of Tampa.CHANGING .. ,<.

During" the visit the scouts .
WASHINGTON (UPD-Hear- made clay bowls under the Instructions Ckamba If c-III_ The advertisingortunitiee Automation BREAKFASTS in business and Tax Collector .
constitutional of Mrs.Doreen Will in staging > major golf tournrn -
mus an proposed EK..... VIM Pretllltllt industry U chancing American
anii-nilmenU, to overrule the SuIrme iamson. .nt are belnc studied by a breakfast habits say dietitians
Courts decision Cuba attending were, Ray special committee of the
prayer at the University of Michigan
malast for six weeks with Mange, Charles Daniels gratitude of their fellow members Florida Citrus Commission. Medical Center Many Jabs 17ytattCMri..o.saccfHiatta9aMd
Tommy Land, Freddie De- The of Is Appointed last month! to survey Imes Him
more and more supporters and great game politics are: Glenn Wotea. chairman which used to be physically demanding administrative experience
opponents eager to make tneir Loach, and Mark Shers. They at its turbulent beat In Florida Jim Gray Dick MeMott, the feasibility of commt.loG ..- for example have be. tiitirt Opposition)
views known. were accompanied by Randy m this, the early pert of the Jr. Bill Berry Ivaa King and participation such a promotion come almost sedentary
Testimony before the House Turnbull, den chief; Brad year 19 4. la the bec4c days Us Rood. the committee has been Thus the dietitians food Owns so btulswuM wWcfc. compete
Judiciary, Committee on the 14Tmeasures Scarborough, visitor, Mra. Annette just befere the ....... o primaries Ia..U.._ the Idea of apon- l intake has say had to adjust to the with taxpayer paying salary
Daniels, denmother and sorlnc a major sports event
; candidates. at all levels THE EXECUTIVE
slower
which generally Mrs. Grace DeLcachassistant. "The committee bat held one ac.-aad people are Seeks the job Not a subsidy
are pulling out all stops to gain
would permit voluntary prayer Everybody eories the Boss. meeting and plan another be- cutting down on the quantityof
and Bible-reading in public votes They rush from rally to Everybody knows that he's I Ion making recommendationsto food eaten in the morning( VOTE FOR A TRAINED MAN
schools, already has gone on rally shake hands until their lucky guy lie has a big office the commissions Its regular One danger they see: a person
for two weeks However request 17 Students arms she and aim barbs at lots of money and all he has to netting on May U," General may fail to maintain a good nutritional
to appear before the each other while fending off do all day is sit there and tell Manager Homer E. Hooka said balance at the first Charles L. :
committee have been so heavy counter-attacks It mutt be admitted others what to do. today. "In the meantime, the meal\ The basic breakfast pattern Cooper C e '

that it appears the originally In that most of them are At least, this is a popular commission staff If consultingwith consists of fruit cereal or M. ,.1. A..V
scheduled four-week hearing Drown ItalyMARSALA men of high physical and intellectual concept among many employ the commission's advertising cuff, milk, bread and butter --
will have to be extended. The capability. They have to es. agency, ai well as with
hearings resume Wednesday be to stand the gruelling pace However, a clipping sent In other organisations that have
During testimony Friday Italy (UPI- ev- required of them and to meet anonymously provides another had experience In sponsoringgolf ELECT
four clergymen divided In arguing cohere students drowned when these daily tests of their concept. It says: tournaments."
the benefits or harm on a motor launch overturned off Ingenuity. "An executive has practical. Among proposals being stud- James J. MussoCounty
children from proscribed pray the coast on Sicily Friday At rallies where they take on I ly nothing to do except decide led are one that would schedulethe
era In public schools The boat was one of three all comers they are asked what Is to be done; to tell event for February or March
The split Illustrated the dilemma rented to carry 90 students and tome pointed questions. Opponents someone to do It; to listen to each year, one that would move
congressmen have faced a dozen priests from Marsala's seek to put them on the reasons why it should not be the tourney to a different area Commissioner Dist. 3
during the hearings. Each Salesian Institute on a May Day spot by involving them In controversial done; or should be done by every year, and a suggestionthat
group bas cited God and the outing to the isle of Moila, a Issues. someone else, or done In a dif local participation be Invited -
founding fathers as being on mile offshore. It had traveled Out cf this situation have ferent way; to follow up to see In sponsoring the tournaments CountyWide Vote
their side while supporting or barely 200 yards when it over come some hilarious examples if the thing has been done; to Hooks stated.
disagreeing with the various turned. of the "straight-forward way In discover that It has not; to ask "Of special Interest to the
amendments to overturn the "The boys were excited anti which they evade the issues" why; to listen to excuses from committee 1s an evaluation of Ability Experience ServiceI
e
One from what the citrus Industry can ,_
controversial decision. were acting up," said Father story Resder'i Digest the person who should have
Two witnesses, the Rev. Chad Vito C. Falone "The boat cap. Is the one about the candidate done it; to follow up to see if derive In the way of advertising -
P Combs a leader of the Pennsylvania sled and I lost my glasses. I who could have been from the work has been done properly and promotional" benefits PROGRAM
from
such an event he said CONSTRUCTIVE
I OFFER A SOUND.
Polk
County, which has
Synod of the Presbyterian couldn't see, and my robes Just at last only to discover
"The taft to Information
Church and Rabbi Irwin were dragging me down. There gone wet after a long dry spell, that it was done Incorrectly; on plans the cost secure of commercial -- FOR THE GROWTH OF POLK COUNTY.
M. Blank, Tenafly. N.J., of the was nothing I could do to help and In which there are still to point out how It should have time available In the
Synagogue Council of America, them." many drys ai wen ai many been done; to conclude that as event the tournament could be
opposed any attempt to let Students on the excursion wets. Someone in the audienceat long as the work has been doneto televised, what audience would rJ. ,.1. Adv.
aside the court's anti-prayer order ranged in age from 10 to 18, a rally called out: let it stay as it Is; to wonder
any many of the younger boys "How" do you stand on whiskey If there Is not time to get rid
could not swim Sixteen-year ? of a person who cannot do a
Michelangelo Turrisl, who was The candidate didn't hesitatea thing right but also to reflect
SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN studying for the priesthood moment. 4e! said, "If your that he probably has a wile
saved the lives of four or five are talking about the devil's and 10 children, and that anyway
non-swimmers by towing them brew that wrecks homes, softens someone else would be
to the overturned boat beforehe the brain causes liver malfunction just as bad if not worse; to
drowned. and otherwise leads ft consider how much simpler
the ruination of man,-I am and better the work would have
TOOTSIE TEST against it. been U one had done It himself
Give your floors the bare "But U you are speaking of in the first place; to reflect .:
feet test to determine If they're the cup that cheers, that soothes sadly that one could have doneit ,
clean. jingled nerves and promotes right in 20 minutes, and that
If your feet pick up telltale good fellowship, then I'm as things have turned out one SPECIAL GIFT GUIDE
dirt,, it's cleanup time again, for It." has had to spend two days to
economists report If your find out why It has taken three nr ,'r a -' t
floors are made of ceramic tile, NON POLITICAL PARTY weeks for someone else to doVe
clean quickly with a damp The Chamber's Annual Installation \ work the wrong way"
mop. If they're made of wood Banquet last Tuesday Of course, everybody knows
a good waxing may be in was a truly happy and successful that employes of Winter Haven ,
ordtrIMPORTANT occasion. The program executives are the exception to t'I
went smoothly and there was alight the rule. They always do their

r.'Sl..".. tIo hearted and cheerful atmosphere Jobs correctly the first time
toW S&t.
D1t! established\ frpm the they never: goof-off, they never
] start, by Master of CeremoniesHerb give excuses, they never give
Apple, and continued by the boss any trouble And, of
retiring President John Car- course, that's why h's so won- RI
penter, Incoming President Arnold derful to be either an executive J\, .
NOTICETO Silver and Andy Ireland or an employe in Winter e
and Roger Clapp who jointly Haven 'I''f

presented winner W the E. Banker's Rynerson.Cup to PATIENT'S RIGHT .' ,' e :,. + to SAVE on nationally famous DORMEYERAppiianceTfSK. 1;;

There Is great harmony in A patient has the right to ex- DORMIYIR JI ''I.1
OUR CUSTOMERS the Chamber these days, and asense
amine records of teats
of performed : PUSH SUTTON aLINDIR .
accomplishment "We t. --.1
the while he la hospitalized aNew Blends 'ehrsda, HquifU*, 1
people" of Winter linen York civil court judge recently whip, pulverlie*- mkt* "
are working together toward ruled. healthful milk and vegetable DOtMIYIK ..c.... Well"
new heights. drinks. Three-peed control hwwls. adwiw
The case arose when a New -
The Chamber dinner was York lawyer, Mrs Helen UUVUI Hontfe
planned and Implemented by a Clark asked for an itemized l lUi i Medal! No. SUDORMIYER .2761 Show enact cup level of
coffee In pot Perfect Perk
committee which has received account of her hospital bill. The I Push. .....,. Selector five choke from J r
YOUR ECKERD little recognition. Each bill lumped costs of laboratory s n'" o.tI... mild to.Iron,. 4 to 10 cup !.
t
member handled
one or more tests, but failed to provide records capacity.
phases of the program in a of the tests She refusedto Me4t1 CP.la $1646 iu i
lo quiet and efficient manner that pay and filed suit in civil 0l :r
attracted little attention. court. The judge Instructed the ''hurrWleY'F.\ q
DRUGSTORES Those responsible, to a great hospital. to sent the records, Make 4 cup of tea, .. 1rJ
extent for the success of the saying when someone pays for ImUnt coffM, hot aoupor DORMIYIftPeeUp I
affair and to whom goes the something he is entitled to It." slew, boil*,p. evra t !
TedsterS1k r,
warms bab,, formula.Ml" + r r
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Pay Three



Foreign ThemeAt 7 Phyeit ciaftlToRepr..m |The Weather--local, State And National IT'S NOW TIME . I IGARDIIMM


Eagle Lake Polk County JOHN RIINTC .... ate tee ........**
Tour I.......* should lie as. Knelt EditorPALMS very WIll to 1M ..........
Seven physician will off Do ..... ee co.... Ills ..... Royal Palma Coee wt Palm
natty retveaoatt. the Peak t Pt very" mm .... Wateh .tottMTtp aad my other of the more
May Day Show County Medical AaaociatiM at b r Ib amoni the prfeai of tragical' varieties are toe tender .
the Nib anneal meetiM << the sprat flower Aphid mt be for our area Use large
Florida Medical Aaaociartionat prevelent on the now frvwth amounts of water hi trananlanttat -
Eagle Lake Elementary the Ma sacral mull** ef ., ir and unopened flower ..... palms and continue
School will hold itt annual the Florida Medical Aeaeela. ; Control both with Mdat ies. until they are well estaMtahed.
May Day Various type of scale wed When fvrtlllimi. .ue fertiliser
program tomorrow two neiai held May 7-It toHollywood. o& .
night at the achooi ground '' l.iA ...t.... mealybug may also Infaet the. high In nttrogenDAYULUE8.
,
beginning at 7-30 o'clock They are On. Artawr J. '3 1 \ ,, foliate An oil spray I" moderate .
Vd Now If the time to select the
The theme weather, and MalatMnn
of the event will Hawley Jr.. Water Have; Now la the time to trane- variety of daylfllle
be "The World . In hot weather are goad mean" you may
Cornea
To WUlard E. Maary Jr.. Late r plant palm., u they move want aa they are coming Into
Eagle Lake" and will feature Wale; Pawl E.: Ceury, Bar- of control Select a variety. beat in bet weather Cocoa bloom Easily: transplanted
costume and folk dances tow; Clarence L. dsatsuni. such aa VeteM for a prof Plumoaa or Queen Palm are now or anytime dayimiel
from many countries. John E: Daosjhtrey, Marian. start of blooms over a long perhaps the easiest! and moat give a profusion of color during
For
The countries' and dances W. Better and Charles Lartan period. larger flower widely used In our ore Men the summer months with
are scheduled at follow.: E&- Jr. all of LakelandJohnson varieti't IMK'h a* Coral Gable, difficult to transplant but little effort on your part They
Mystery and Belmont do well
land maypole dance France. more beautiful Phoenix
; are come In a wide variety of .
rig-a.iig; Mexico MexicanHat 11'II n P 'r In our area. Gardenia Radi- Redlnata, Phoenix Cararln- colors and sizes and do well I
Dance; Germany clap- run It a mn dwarf variety ill and Phoenix Roebleul. The In most any type of soil. Prop.I'
and-tap; Switzerland chine; that may be used a* a low native Sabal or Cabbage gate from division
Holland "Jolly i I. the MiUor." Gets ShowERt border plant. Only gardenias -
Norway "Norwegian Mountain SdG Y ,. grafted on nematode resistant sassrs.
root stork are worth your time
"; Hawaii. "Honolulu Baby RAIN AND SHOWERS-Rain I.i forecast for the Southwest the Great Lakes and and effort Gardenia on their

die.; "Italy. "Two Head La. Old the Appalachians.' Thund.nhowers ere predicted for the Southern and Central Plaint, own root are infested with
; United State. "Soldier Sketch Of
Boy;" Scotland: highland tcot- the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys end part of the Pacific Northweit. Below average nematode In a very abort
tithe; Florida "Suwannee temperatures for Oregon and Waihington. time.

River." Each of the different
number will be presented by White House Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK
a different room. Considerable coudlneaa with Ex-Welfare
The entire school will sing WASHINGTON - Mr. Panhaadle Mattered afternoon showera Employe Admits
the "Orange Blossom Song" Ralph Jones of Griffin Ga. Scattered thundershowers High today 75 to SO Low tonight
and helium filled and a few thunderstorm near 70 Variable mostly SAVINGS
orange Friday pre a e n t e d President .ONLADIES'
white and green balloon will Johnson a 19th Century sketchof Highest today 78 to M. Low. south and southeast wind. 10 Theft Of County's Monev . .
be fele.aelf.The the White House en tonight in the 60'*. to IS miles per hour and locally .
.
May Day Court which John McNally a White House NorthConsiderable higher near the thunder County Solicitor Gordon but the ret I.I still
unaccounted
will preside over festivities Include aide accepted the sketch on cloudiness today showers. MacCalla has filed an information for.
Sharon Wyatt queen; behalf of the President with scattered mainly afternoon charging grand larceny -
Danny Ethington king; Susan Mr. Jones was accompaniedby showers High today in against a former county The loss occurred from August
Campbell and Gaule Farm, Rep. John J. Flynt D-Ga., the 70', low tonight 67 to 72. PTSA to Elect employe accused of taking 1962. to August 1M3.
train bearer; Paula Skipper, who also la a Griffin resident Variable mostly southeasterly county welfare fund After the auditor gave up Summer \
and Devenia Shaw ladies in when she made the presentation wind 10 to IS mile per hour Mr*. Margaret Chewninf, their search for a possible SandalsTHONGS
waiting; and John Roden and In the White House Rose and locally higher near the former secretary In the county bookkeeping error, the sher
Donald Atkinson courtier Garden. thundershowers. New OfficersElection business office, has admittedto iff's office was called In.
The flag bearer. are: Lloyd She discovered the sketch CentralConsiderable Sheriff Monroe Brannrn Deputy Frank Mock led the j
Youngblood Larry Hodges. which was made about 1SSO inan cloudiness today 97
that she deposited a *9S pension Investigation which Includedlie
Gene old family Bible and decidedto with sctttered .
Fairer Patti Shelton mainly afternoon STRAPS $
check' and another $S, to detector tests for many
and installation of
give it to the President shower
Hollia Hlghtower. Ricky Johnon asa High today
her bank The commission
own account. employes
, gift from Spalding 73 low new officers! will be held to. SLIDES
Ara Ann Crawford Patricia County, to M tonight near 70. check' had been used by a veteran A preliminary hearing. for
Ga., Democrats. morrow night at the last meeting
: Burke Terry Clevenger, Variable mostly south and
I .
Mr
to pay for medical services Chewning was scheduled:
She had to hand this year of the Winter 11*
hoped it to
Dale Proctor Kathy Arget- southeast wind 10 to 15 mile for
I at Polk County Hospital Thursday but was pott-
singer and Carl Wright. President Johnson in person per hour and locally: higher venlllgh School Parent-Teach
when her
Several week when poned
I ago attorney was
while attending the 1964 Student Association 1v4Lt(
The program was originally campaign near the thundershorers. county commissioner ordered detained In Lakeland.
scheduled for Fiday night but conference for Democratic South The theme of the meeting a new bookkeeping system forwelf.r. The direct Information filed
war postponed until tomorrow women which ends today Partly cloudy today with NOW
"But had will be "Student Appreciation payment, a SI700di.cnpenty by MacCalla preclude a preliminary
we a delightful
became ot the rain. scattered thundershowers.
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I Night, during which outstanding was diicoverrd. hearing before County
time at the White House, she High today In the so's.
said after the presentation students and the Two audits turned up 1261 Judge Richard A. Branson.
low tonight in the 70'5. Variable

4 Area Firms "And President I can doesn't understand have why time the to five to mostly IS mile southerly per hour wind and American will be Field recognlaed.Service program New Sylet Have Been Added

personally." receive all presentations. locally: a little higher near the The meeting will. begin at Phase MM III Hundreds To Choose Fromite1lklAiiilsey

thundershowers 7:30: m. in the school cafe lot Avow A. S.W.
Get ChartersSecretary Mrs. Jones instructed McNal p
I ly to "be sure the President Keys teria.
gets this." Partly cloudy. High today in
of Tom the upper M'*. Low tonight P.
Adam has announced the near 80. Mostly southeast and
, chartering of the following TRAFFIC "JAM"BURFORD touth wind 10 to II mile per Subs Ordered
England UPI frunrone
! corporation: ( )- hour
STOCKHOLM. (UPIThe
Police took more than six
I All State Commercial Properties r..h.r./ clean up 11 tons of A, handy..fog Swedish government bal or- Asewl.r.e
: Inc., IflOOiOth StfSE? I
dared five new submarines at
Jellies and jams from the Great Venetian blind a piece of Jat.eJ"to.m
WinUr Haven, with 100 shares West Road when a truck over ru1b Jhifd, to the end. DII { a total cost of $48 million It HAW CARROLL ft RALPH FOWLER SHOE SALON ::. .
I common with1 no par *value, turned Friday yUdltftlt.r: ,;''' "'"' wif announced! Friday. yLPLa'LLCLLL'1'r
dealing in real estate and construction. .
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Incorporators are John E
Freeland. Mary K. Freeand.
Susan K. Feeland, and PhilipE. 2
Freeland, all of Winter r"
<
Haven. /
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Peace Valley Inc., 2613 ?
Pamela Drive. SE. Winter Haven indsc / J/ti4f.

$10, with per 500 share shares, dealing commonat in 9 o> with a "bouquet" ofSUMMERTIME I

construction material, supplies

etc
Incorporator are Aubrey B. I
Lovett Dale Lovett and
James W. Hodges, all of Winter DRESSES
Haven. Petition wa filed
April 23 by Mr. R. D. Lov
ett of Winter Haven.
Cliff and Vleki I Mobile

Home, Inc., Hwy. 17 South
Eagle Lake with 10,000 shares

common .t $1 per share, dealIng i
In mobile home, noun

trailer, etc.Incorporators.
are C. C.

Rinehul, Joe E. Hendrlcka.
both of Eagle Lake, and 1( t
Charles E. Weeder of Winter
Haven. Petition war filed\
April 24 by Roy A. Craig Jr.
of Winter Haven.R. .
W. Byrd Grove. Inc, of i
A
Haines City, with 100 shares l' FROSTEDPASTELS 'r ,
common at no par value to t ,
deal in citrus buiinei
Incorporators are R. Wilson

Byrd. Eva Gertrude Byrd w4k' 7f/4/
David Morris and Margie ,
Morris. all of Haines City. Petition


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In a unique "puMlc }
heuatet program" for oyatera tnQarvtMan : wonderful blend of easy care p /
and Trinity baya on
the O.lf of Mexico I KODEL polye ter and cotton r

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yard of mwtatoU haveapre been / 1 :
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torn comprMnc on* of the IS
artificial reef Mn in tttn twin s f
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA



Winter Haven Daily News-Chief 1 The Lighter Grissom Young Are Logging 100 Hours

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JOHN w. ftYMMSON. AttMeirt to *. ,..h..r. .
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CHARLES eOSHOHN "_.1) Mar- KENNEDY: (UPI) ging. 100 hour each in a Gemlni For example while two astro
.--- _ -- Aatreatauta Qua Griaaom and. ahnntetor before climbing mute are "flying" a miaaran
DICK
JACK IEAHAN AM* |.H Ml; ., failed Frees E+wen steraeWeelWASHINGTON MM Young may find. their two- Into spacecraft No. S for Amer'ice's engineers could simulate the

PETER J. SULLIVAN A4's l1 sg w.....' (UPI) water Gemini apaceshtp filling two-man apacefUgnt debut symptoms of a heart attack or
with smoke add UM odor of other astronaut medical emergency
As the r'>ble dog is man's best aa scheduled for late tills year
NATIONAL AOVHTltIN MFftlMNTATfVI trend and III diamonds are a electrical fire sometime this Actually their I roughest. to physicians keeping

Sh.Mo''i I AHCIUI, Inc Chi***. III."I..d Tuesday every citiMB 01. Wake community scholarshipfund girl'a bent friend so it might be summer flights will probably be in the tabs on the flight in the neartn

l *t S...*.d CI., M.ll MM.r $.pl. 4, I 1t14 ./ 4i. ..... Office Polk.bM Cowrty. who .bM registered determine . Operation Bookstrap said :hat Ian Player la a rhl ilmulator," said apace agency mission control center
m Wl..., H*.... MaiM, und.r ..t.f ....,... 1. 117* B opportunity to Inc. will be presented MayS noceros' belt friend. Under the watchful electronic engineer John Mitchell Prac The simulator Is Identical on
-. who will direct the at ( p.m. In the Lake Wales Player brother of tb. golfer eye* of television monitors, tics miasioM win last up to 24houra the inside to that of a Genumapacecraft
cooatjr'i activitke for the next High School auditorium. they will take emergency procedures The two windows
; Gary Player is chief warden of
MEM 1C* AUDIT IUREAU
: \ four year A merit* It still Step have been taken by the Lmfakul game reserve in to rid the cramped The simulator, located in the hatches and seats art replicas

;:w OF CIRCULATIONS, one of the few eouBtrie where the Committee of WO of Lake Zululand South Africa As cabin of oxygen and extinguish building one known aa Mercury along with every switch, display

......' the cttiMfis are extended the Wale to prepare a foundatton such, be is a leading figure In the blsae and at the same time Control where many and control including: th,

privilege of voting for the people for any new efforts to attract a campaign to save the white switch on their spacesult oxygen anxious hours were apent In the yellow and Mack abort lever to

Activ ... ..M, MEMIER who wilt give them the Industry to the area with the ihino ft">m extinction ayt+lio. nation first msn-ln-apace venture the left of the command pilot
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL type of representation they appointment of various com As such, he also served aa Fire I I. only one of 600 malfunction also will test the ground It will be ready for ...tron.ull'
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NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tli. Unis.4 Prn It t. ik..a deiire possibilities Grisaom
technical adviser for support team monitoring the training July li Several
nutters and purchase acreagefor a new motion
fr c.pvbHceila..i.11 I.c.l..w4 ,,1.'
ASSOCIATION In the put the pithy of the picture called "Rhino." In and Young must face while log apace weeks before the Grissom.
.d I la thii ** *.' as u/ll .. all OnNwt Industrial development voyage
ItM DiiM'<"**> registered voters has been BARTOW Two studentsat (he process he was captured Young flight, the gear will he

rather p.thetle-wlth only 60 the Orlando Junior Collegemade alive by a Hollywood press hooked up to the worldwide

CLASSIFIED DUAU..ENTICI ADVERTISING DEADLINE per cent voting In some elections the Dean list. Ora Sue agent and brought to this counIty Television In ReviewBy tracking network for full-acale
Yet these same peopleare
K. Word: P.M. Prlui Dy, ly M. licks 1PM. P.vlw. Dy. the who Hollingsworth and Linda Michelle 'ir a publicity tour training exercisas
Legal Nelic..!111 PM Prly Dy Sandy EM: D.Jli Friday, : ones complainthe Hudson were the two I had a talk with Player this The astronaut have already

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: loudest about new bills Bsrtow students honored week and to tell you the truthI JACK LAVER list in an effort t> sabotage started training in similar

Sunday E ir>._1 P.M. Th."d.,1; ....nd., Edition' } P.M. FtM.yt which are passed by county Polk high I never Celt so poorly equipped United/ Press InternationalNEW France'a development of an equipment at the McDonnell
Tu(4.y Edition-No." Scturdty; W.dn. .d.y, Thur"d.y end Friday/ representatives. Sixty County for an Interview. About all I YORK atom bomb. Aircraft Co. plant in St Louis
EJitie-it-1 P.M. Tw. Days III Ad..nce. Secretary of State Tom school senior will begin competition (UPI) A new
: nc'".baut rhinoceroses II that daytime renal Downbeat' la the repeat onABC's Another simulator 1* being installed .
tomorrow for two $2 Monday
Mmbr Suthm N.w.**,*r "' ''Ii.he" Ai ..ltln Adams has predicted that 1223 ,- 400 they have thick hides like U.S. through Frday:: will be Introduced "77 Sunset Str.p; Private in the Manned Space

.........., fUrld Pr.ti A...cl.tiSUBSCRIPTION .. .000 voters would make the college scholsrshipaawarded senators next week on "4BCt TV. eye hero Stu Bailey windsup flight Center at Houston
trek to the polls to vote. ThisIs annually by International I thought of asking The Cape Kennedy simulator
Player The title is Another World" on a skldrow as result of beIng
ly Crrlr Mall RATES S3 per cent of the registered *. Minerals and Chemical what would happen if some a family.situation affair accused: of sedition and collaboratten will be used to put astronauts)

Y..r, flllO) 4 .....th.. ft 10: 1 *..*.. ". $4 HI I ", ..th, SUI< voters It doesn't seem possible Corporation Seniors from one picked u, a rhinoceros by In the nighttime field the repeals with foreign agents through the details of their ape

weekly. II *..t.. Single C.pl at Dally. I ....., SuiJcy, 1 10 c.*... that only 55 per cent every high school In the coun its ear*. But I soon realized for the summer are taking Thursday chic mission while the Houston
of the people are InterestedIn ty have applied for the that he was not interacted over more and each "Incident at Seven Fingers" gear will be used to practice
TELEPHONE CY" ... I.lltl who runs the state, the awards in American politics. So I asked wrek rriro later flights
NBC has the windup. ofgolfs is the fare on Rawalde"! for
county or the city or hamletIn Carl M. Heldel, county coordinator him now how he happened to
Tournament of Champ! CBS The trail boat refujed to The machine itself does not
which they live of adult education become: a game warden ons on Sunday. believe flat the most popularof move. But the astronauts' In.

A Thought For Today What makes It worse Is that has been elected president of He said he got the Idea from Highlight details May S-.: his drovers is guilty of deacrtlon itrument will respond to the

Adams predicts the turnout the Florida Adult Education watching rid Tartan movies. Sunday:! and other and charge pilots' control movements a* if
will be lower If It rains, Association for 63. Player looks wild animals
1964- upon CBS has
another: Face th? levelled r t him by the Army. the craft were in orbit 161
"Paul, an apostle (special messenger) cf Jesus Probably two of the most MULBERRY Prospectivefirst : In much the same way Nation" interview'! with US, The Jimmy Dean repeat for mile above earth The Simulator -

Christ Important Jobs up for grabsIn grader students who will that the late Rachel I Carson Sen. Russell Long, D.La., as ABC Involves Eddy Arnold Mol through a million feet of
by (through the will
) of (the and the county the school looked Insects
are Their
purpose enter either Kingsford or Mulberry upon ex the guest Iv Bee and comedian Corbett! wiring, will be able to accept
choice of) God, to the saints (the consecrated, let superintendent's position ands Elementary next September termination can create imbalances ABC's Iisues and Answers" Monica. commands from ground stations

apart ones which are at Ephesut who are the faithful seat on the school board. are urged to register In nature that affect provides an Interview with Wil Keenan Wynn Beverly Gar and return appropriate aignsli
Lncumbent Shelley BooneIs aa soon as possible Parents the lives of people, he said. ham P. Bundy. assistant All of the systems
seers land Richard Kiley and Michael necesssry
( Christ
Jesus
loyal
) in EpA, 1:1 .
W. After World
War
II for
being opposed by W instance
ta-y of state for control
may register their children at Far Eastern Burnt are starred in to and operate the ?,000-
The "Saints" here the head for this top Job-one of large numbers of African -
are believer. who were either school office on any affairs, who will be queried "Charlie. He Couldn't Kill a pound spaceship are simulated

holy because they belonged to God. the most Important In the weekday, preferably in the crocodiles were killed off shout Viet Nam. fly" for KBC': ; Kraft Suspense The astronaut will! wear their
county Under Boone the Polk During the
same period an
CBS baseball
Pittshurg silvery suit and the
mornings Theater. The apace
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett school food fish neighborhood
County swstem has Important called the Louis
cabin
is with
Pamela Pant year-old buffoon finds he has a new equipped life support
been upgraded: additional daughter of Mr*. Virginia tilapia began to diaappear NBC will forgo Its usual Sunday status when rccused of killing gear including a water
schools built; addition made Expertj brought In to find out baseball
Pant, was crowned Little Miss telecast to cover a narcotic. peddler and re fountain stationed between the
to other school cafeterias what wa happening to the til
: Mulberry Thursday night after play on the climax holes of data effort to prove his obvious pilot.
News Chief Editorials added; and many other improvements spin discovered that their egg golf Tournament of Champions
made winning first place In competition were being consumed by water on the Desert Inn Country Inn'xence.Frld. U instructor: feel the flight 1*

Boone was a public schoolteacher with 36 other contestants beetles that had previously Club course at Las Vegas, Nev. ., going too smoothly a numberof
Boone and administrator for been consumed by baby crocodiles "Lenin "The Hungarian National Clr failures could be unleashed
and
Trotsky" is the "
.
Shelley . cu. is an all new enNBC' would be
16 year Including three year A pretty brown eyed, brown. documentary for program imultaneoualy Fire
the CBS
The time has come to be blunt about the race for a. superintendent He hold a ette, Pam has a twin brother Which goes to show that it "Twentieth Century" e r I e *. "International Show.time" Introduced by pushing a button

Superintendent of Schools in which Shelley Boone I. lifetime membership In the Mike, and both are In the fifth doesn't pay to monkey around This Is a study of how the for NBC to lend smoke and odor pourIng .
with mother nature In "One Hundred Bibles" onABC's into the cabin.
PTA. grade of Mulberry Elemen- turn of .
.
opposed by a man from Kathleen. We in Polk County events trest d these .
Read II backing his bid for tsry School. I also learned from Player two engineers of the Russian "Deflry, the hero .urvlve Late In the year. an elaborate

have in Boone a man of excellent training, vision and the eat with his IS year experience A goal of I1.SOO ha* been that if you happen to have a Revolution an ImUcji raid on a mh visual display will be set

ability; a man dedicated to the proposition of providing In the educational let for the annual cancer fund hippopotamus or two handy Monday sion and start a Journey to up showing tan, the sun, and

field crusade of the American Cancer they will provide a certain NBC'a new "Another World" take a mlslonsry's: daughter to earth a* teen from the window ,
the finest educational system in the entire
amount of civilization. of the spacecraft to give
Incumbent Austin T. Race, Society. protect1 againstfloods fictional cries, five *
tate Boone is not a yes man. He looks at things in present chairman of the school: IIAINES CITY-John Dante, week, takes over the spot day from a "The Grea Adventure" repeat the astronauts even more realIsm .

the light of what is best for all concerned, then makes board, Is being opposed by sanitation officer for northeast "Where hippos have been left a series of repeats of old Loretta for CBS I U "The Secret," dramatization for their training flights
in rivers, the floods are not of tho story of Nathan "The only things w< Cln'tdupliclte
Richard Brumbaugh, for a Young storb ,
Polk County, has been named It Is con .
hirmcoinu.endatlen.'tortk. .Sc1Joo\t BN4. UAcw thv
seat on the school board. to the military affairs nearly so destructive aa t 1,0 p S Cl'l11t'd'wlth"thl! live of the 'U..mer| ( f.mO\lsj'SP\ on the simulator are
polkie."tt'set"youMl I' tilnriggmslveljr'earrylng' Race has been Instrumentalla of the Florida State committee rivers where the hippo has !been families of ted brothers, one during the Revolution the' '*'"tJfravftyrforcetOiet. *...

out tn# wishes of the'SchooJ J Board.* "" "'" the upgrading of the Polk Chamber of CommerceTame' shot out" he .. of whom dies aj the aerie The 'Route: 66' rerilli'n tronauO '-.111 'encounter. and.weightlas&nesi .
The Is that hippo CBS I I. "You Never Mitchell sal id?
reason Had It So :
educational starts
County In
,
system suburban
Under his have had real Our function I I. to main a university -
regime we "
progress. during this tour a* a member make big tracks along the rlv town. Good. Bus Murdock get involved Because of the absence Or

system had been slipping. The teachers weren't being of the school board He has tsln a continuing appraisal of er bank which catches part of ABC' "The Outer Limits with a big business weightlessness, scientists laid

paid as they should. There wasn't much progress in suggested Ideas for Improve. military activities In the the overflow has "The Forma of Things Unknown group and has to decide whether the longest mission plannedfor
state, and to work toward
ments In the ichcool structure Since the U, S. Congress an. ," in which he should quit roaming the simulator are about 24
a
promoting new educational ideas. We weren't even making Florida more attrac strangeman The actual Gemini
from the upgrading of nually appropriates a large believes past and "Chrysler Theater" repeat hour although
keeping pace with our own growth. We were way below teacher, addition to the five to the military including amount of money for flood con arc Interchangeable present on NBC Is "Two Is the flight will last up to two

the national average in academic standing In curricula In the schools and retired personnel. (trot project, I asked Player If The East Side West Sidereprise Number," cost a r r I In t Shelley week
Greater efforts should be it might be cheaper to Import Winters and When flying missions that
In the quality of construction on CBS Is Age of Consent Martin Balsam
four short Boone has been able to these
years rectify of schools. He Is constantly on made toward publicizing the a few hippos to replace the ," dealing with differing A lonely spinster gets Involved are not tied In with vast tracking : .

troubles. There is a great spirit of cooperation the look out for way to Improve city, Alan Colmar chamberof Army Corps of Engineers But [ arental views about a romance in the investigation of network the pilot and Instructors -

amongst the teachers and the students. The moraleof the schools In Polk commerce: vice president he diiint think that would be between two teenagers the murder of a hoodlum : may work for an hour
slid MondsyHe very practical. Henry Hank and or so, then top and discus
County. He has been active in Tuesday Allen Thorn
P.T.A, is high the best we've seen it in years. Of
andre
problem and technique
said the wasntspending
county PTA work for 20 year, city ABC Combat reruns "The as meet in ABCs 10 round
course all can't be traced directly to Boone; he is a Brumbaugh I la a graduate of enough money to Wounded Don't Cry" Amerl Fight of the Week" .run the flightS .

part of a team, but he is one of the main cogs. Don'tbe Kent State University and 1* publicize the city* greeted cans capture a German field "

fooled by a lot of hokum put out by monied interests assistant treasurer of Grow. asset, the climate The board Memories hospital and are skeptical of a Now Available
approved advertialng in a German offer to
Fertilizer find
ers Cooperative go some
-vote back into office the man we KNOW is doing shuffleboard publication and a blood plaima At Your EXCLUSIVEDuMoNT

I a tremendous job for us all. LAKE WALESSeven bids membership in the U.S, Highway 20 YEARS AGO Red Skelton has what purports .
Association Also Mia Pat Walker was spendIng to be British
have been received on the approved a musical
billboard a week with friend In group called the Snohs
city' $1423.000 water revenue was a giant on his
Please Pass The Aspirin . refunding and Improvementbond to be located near the chamber Lake City and Tallahassee. CBS hour.

!'ssue. office on U.S. Highway 27 10 YEARS AGO ABC'a "The Greatest Jhow on
When the aspirin first appeared 71 years ago, The proceeds from the bonds LAKELAND Native son Winter Haven parking meter Earth" reruns "Don't L 0 0 k DEALER

life was rather simple. Hardly anyone had ever heardof will be used to expand &II.dty' Spessard Holland and Scott revenues during the preceding Down Don't Look Back." Fatter CYPRESS TV

Vietnam, a "cold war" could be a battle with a balky water .,atem. Kelly ran away with a straw month totaled $2872 with and son clash on the matter

coal less than The Turnpike Authorlt,'* decision ballot conducted here by the 100 new meters having been of the dangers of the son s high slJ.d'cea.awy: :: SALES ft SERVICE
$400
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million a year No income tax deadline loomed, on the Sunshine Parkway in Holland collected 50 votes to S YEARS AGO "Bell Telephone
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY KJCIA/C-r LJICCX1 KIT CD HAVEN. FLORIDA. P.... hue'
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I Citrus Advisory Committee Area JOlIN F.Deaths WBM Governor Hopefuls Begin In 12 Persons Collapse Die Oi English Faces Mental Tests I

JOINS Franklin Webb, 11, of
Enlarged For Better Service MM Snivoiy Ave, Elotsc. died Final Korea

- - - - - Haven Friday Hospital night In He taw Winter Primary CampaignBy Building After Break-In On Romnev I

The Polk lineal of was a SEOUL. Korea (UPI-A
County Agricul meeting far some can- .
tural Afent'i office bat an- thane committees will be held barber fcv Eloiae at Snattar'a BarberShop The Vetted all Free Democratic lateraaHoaal eandi started shooting .t each other crate building cottapntd' yesterday LANSING. Mich Bounced that. the Extension: wtthia the next few waoha.Girl dates fighting for a second spat" In a sbaotytown nearSeoul's man with s mission waited today ha carried in sn sttaeho easeA .
Citrus Advisory. Committee it He was a native at Madison Dade spread out from papntnu Mathews elated Ida barb forthe central I railway! station for a mental teat to see at
being enUriMl. to improve service County sad moved to the Wintor Anal drive Cowrty yesterday tor a day at Kelly, saying the Eleven. wooden ahacks were he would face criminal charge search of the caaa produced
to the citrus. industry ScoutScrapbook Haveo-Eloia area SI yean H for votes in Florida'i Lakeland aanator. bad promisedto crashed lib matchboxes. for trying to force his way into a loaded .M caliber revolver
The committee will help in ago He was a member of the million first primary campaign "........te. Dade County's Police said U parsons were the office of Gov George Romney a battered camera anda
the development of ill the First Baptist Church of Elo: for goversnr. metro government killed four Wants, three sheaf. of political pamphlets
Office extension Agricultural tie; the Baptist Brotherhood; Fred O Dickinson of Wilt Kelly. Mathews said "profto **. women and five men About 10 Charta P. English: a filer, In a roar putt pocket English
citrus educational F ft A. U Masonic Lodge II Pahn Beach and Mayor H.cloD .,- III be a hater of Moral and other persons were hared a lobbyist a buaineaaman, anda carried a Jackknlf
to County programs.ccortMg of Madison. Winter Haven Burns of Jacksonville. both state Interference In local af trapped In the rubble, some" of sometime Republican candidate English: atNUild briefly
Agent Scottish Bite CM fairs ret be wants to. meddle. them workmen for office In Florida
Jack MeCown. ; Tamp claiming they will be the two who wore repairing political when Kennedy arrested him but
Howard By RUTH W. BRIGGS Consistory; and Low TwelveChub runoff candidate chosen la her in this metro controversy the lMai....... VII held In Ingham war vNCfcly subdued end handcuffed .
Thullberry Sr. ot Mr.. Helen Luttrell and ...1 think he Is after At !least County Jail the .
Lake W... it chairman of Folk County. Tuesday's voting headed for some easy :30 persona were serioualy pending psychiatric Then r* got his chance
15ia mbar of the Mrs Harold Hitchcock who He is survived by Ma widow. the Orlando Cape Canaveralarea vote from metro opponent." Injured.Investigators. exam to talk to the governor
Don S. committee. and will be the leaders of a Troopof Mrs Eels Mae (Payne) Webbof to begin their weekend said the repair The 17-year okIE.IiIh. who
Bryan. of Barlow la Senior Girl Scouts next year Eloise; his step-mother, stumping.Dickinson. Four work apparently was a contributing claimed both Miami and Bogota tomMY met the man In an
secretary treasurer attended a Senior Advisors Mrs Uiaw Lee Webb of Lee; said before leaving Americans cause to the eoUapse. The Colombia as his residences, aide's office because, be said
Other members of the com Conference at the Universityof two brothers Rev Carl A. Miami that be has the best organisation (Continued From Page One) supporting pillars had been was arrested Friday aa he tried "I wanted to find out what ha
and mittee are: Willard E. Roe South Florida last weekend. Webb of Madison and Donald ever put together in the Americans were reported weakened by recent heavy to shoulder his way into the wanted" )
William G. Adams of Win Mill Edde Henrerson from Webb of Cocoa; four sifters, the state for a campaign and wounded seriously All were rains.A governor1 presence wits shouts Romney told reporters Eng
ter Have. Dr. I. W Wanderof the National Headquarters in Mrs. Dan Smith cf Valdosta that If It doesn't pay off. "we rushed to the Saigon Navy hos witness laid he heard two that an appointment had been lish said b* had com to warn
Lake Alfred; J. W. Pamplin New York was the main Ga, Mrs. Reid Russell of St need to write a new book on pital. crashes separated by an Interval made for him by former Vice him he was surrounded by
of Bartow; Henry F. Bullardof speaker Miss Bonnie Beth Augustine Mr.. Josie Stear- politics" Red saboteurs apparently of several minutes before President Richard Nixon Communist. that h* wn an
Lake Wales; Bun Pipkin Wimple, Region 6 Council Advisor ing of Jacksonville and Mrs Just ss confident was Rep. slipped aboard the 9.800-ton vessel the building fell apart. The State trooper Jay Kennedy a undercover agent for the FBI
and Carter D. Poland Jr. of from Atlanta also spoke Sammie Lee Brown Fred Karl who moved into and planted a bomb which structure was built six years Romper bodyguard! who Jerked that he wanted the governor to
Lakeland; L. B. Anderson of There were T Girl Scout Councils aunt. Mrs Value Me of Mullen Lee; an southwest Florida Friday night blew a tremendous hole In Its ago as an apartment houi. for English' back from the {over enter the race for the RepubU
Mulberry; Earle L. Wirt Jr. represented with about 45 Lee; an uncle Bithe Webb of of saying he will definitely\ be in side below the water line laborers, but its tenants were nor i office arrested the man can presidential nomnition.!
of Babson Park; James R. people attending and Sun Madison the runoff and "fully expects" The Card converted from a evicted when repairs began
: ; and several nieces .
Pratt and R. V Phillips of coast Council acted as hostess and to be the next governor World War II role aa escort and only workmen were In It ; '
Hsines City; D. Mile Davis of for the Conference. nephews.Funeral These three and the other carrier or "baby flattop" let- today They were working In I "PJea'o c.membet'flosSO '\ :",..:, :
Frostproof; and B. S. Varn of Next week Mrs George Co. services will be held three Democrats Sens. John tied In an upright position Into the basement shoring up the '1 "
Fort Meade.In hello and Mrs. R E. Maughan this. afternoon at 2 from the Mathews and Scott Kelly and the muddy waters ot the Saigon weakened pillars.Orange : .N. '5T R 14.IN.J
pointing out of the Ott Laughlin Chapel with the Miami Mayor Robert River Its superstructure and . ', . .
some will attend .< FISCUS King
committee's specific functions taught by University of course Florida Rev.the Walter First Matheny pastorof High-all worked friday In the flight deck were above water J ,,1rhrQuil'f; 'Jor ,x.to1t: ,' lo.t .
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Baptist Church of although somewhat bent by the Bell "
McCown Miami
lId: the group would area, making a last ,
faculty at St. Petersburg. .
Eloise and the Rev. Glenn force of the explosion and It 1''A'"
stab
assist with the sponsorship of Mrs. Costello will at Dade voters, who make
such activities at citrus Course Conference for study. Collins pastor of the First up more than one-fifth of the showed a list to atarboard. (Continued From Page One) .
Experienced Baptist Church of Lake Buffm, state electorate There were tears the vessel Board of Directors
schools grower tours and other ant, Dr.
Trainers, and Mrs.Maughan Summor
offJclatin might capslse. Your Ideal Homea'a
The
citrus educational campaign leading to the
pro will learn about
Honorary The 496-foot-long vessel Is Haven flQRDA|
pallbearers will first
grams. Neighborhood primary is sure to top 12 ; ;
The Training Service be: Sherman Wilson J. D. million In candidate condidered a US. Navy ship and Maurice HenaUr, Auburn Ooyfono'
committee expenseswith
is
currently Teams. O'Kelly Curtis this but is under charier to the D.S. dale j J
Yon week's
helping with an analysis and Cadette Troop M held Ralph financial reports Service la Beach
a Military Transport fn
Moore James Shaffer. Leroy to the secretary of stste Those Board members r*. '
evaluation of the present extension luncheon at the Girl Scout Thomas that status, it Is unarmed and tiring are: Herb / /
and Robert Connor, Toby At the start of the week spending Apple, Winter ton a azaRtiorl
from
program
House recently. The girls la manned by a civilian crew. Haven
Eugene Griffin
; Bartow,
Sheffield Arthur by the six Democrats bad
this study program emphasis planned the Burgis Lester Capt Borge Langeland, 49, I
menu shopped for Miller Dortey already reached 11.7 million. and George Wtlllamaon, Lake HottlMoltlrltKM'AllKIN'fif'ifCumU.'
Rltier.
will be placed in problem the food which they preparedand Em- New Orleans, La., skipper of Wales,
areas which the committee melt Riier. John Wynne Bill Friday all the candidates except the Card, was on board when A .
served and act and decorated Burns bad report from nominating Yutmost t."r..t ..Hill" r. ,
feels will result la the most the tables This luncheon Sapp Herman Sapp. Donald some bad the blast went off before dawn. committee heeded by Angel will ,'CPmxINw.t.rtlwnt. UARINIf
effective ute of all resourcesof was planned and executed Martin and Lester Black. words for at least one opponent He laid at first that the explosion 'bring a new slate of officers f ."..1 II" run ur.. .1..1.. DINING ROOM<
the County Agent's office Masonic last rites will be and High embraced an was caused by an "un and Board members u "I"ii' Murf and t4.dtie ,
for
to the up con:
Additional help girls prepare held at graveside in Coronith the opposition In another roundhouse derwater charge" which bad alderatlon. The "inx . 1.lr.; . I
club
Advisory Committees themselves for the Challengeof blast l at created a -/.111.,1: / . .
Primitive
for other agricultural Social Dependability. Mrs. Baptist Cemetery in campaignspending. .been planted between the ship scholsrshlp for some outstanding tu.luna 11,1\4', '' COO
commodities produced In the Otis Bice and Mrs. AI) Murphyare Lee Monday morning at 11. "I do not believe and the pier. athlete at the University of 1'1",11I1'rllllllll'III. N TNI
county have been or are now leaders of this Friends may call at the Otto the. officeof Later a U 5. mllitsry spokes- Florida and a report will be CAAOLOT
troop. li for III.! da
eovernor
being formed. An organlia- Mrs Laughlin _Chapel l today from 9 .one man Indicated the bomb was made by Hays for the fiscal
George
Wood. Advanced I intend to be
a.m. until funeral time. the best governor planted inside the ship. Investigators ! year W4-6S. ; .
;
Red Cross. "
Instructor money can buy, High questioned dockworkers.
Pat McHale Is giving a Junior Red Cross MRS IIILDUR A. Al'STIN said AFFLUENT CRANNY
Course to Cadette Troop 45. Mrs. Hildur Amelia Austin He also pledged again to aet Grandma gets the biggest
Continued From Page One) The girls are required to have 7of 781 Ave H. NE died up a department of consumer Kelly PledgesContinued rush in the baby departmenta ..1,1.a. r. lore 'Ne.
string band the Zephyrhills 17 hours of instruction and Friday afternoon In a Winter affairs headed by a "people's ( From as the only member of the t inn }y' 1 coiauoi
chapter. work, and to take at the end Haven nursing home after a advocate" to watch out for the Page One) family able to afford all the n sa Jfl s IIOC"II"
Johnny Lee president of the of the course both a written lengthy illneas interests of the common man Kelly's stop In Lake Wales fashionable merchandise for t 01 ",.'. i
Hilliborough association of and practical examination.The She was a native of Swedenand in state agency dealings. war one of several In a whirlwind the Infant set
FFA and James E. Giles vice. girls who pass this course moved to Winter Haven Kelly, aiming a mild alap at Saturday cf campaigning Now that baby must have a
president of the state FFA association will receive both their Ca from Chicago 111. 10 years both Karl and Mathews for through his home Polk Coun crib for indoors, a crib for out. DO roil ONLr Nut $0400 K
shared the muter of dette First Aid Badge and a ago. She attended Grace Luthe leaning in the campaign on ty He went to Lake WaIf! for doors a crib for the tar and a A WHK OR TWO *
ceremonies duties.immwtiimmmrmimiiiiiimrmmtHmHMiiiiiii'. National Red Cross Card. Mra. ran Church and was a memberof their legislative records, laid breakfast hurried to Frost diversified wardube for all oeeaitona C.e44 'hale rile uu/tl 111 Per Pr/.a
AI Hays leads this Junior High the Volborg Lodge of Chicago he has spent his time giving pionf lor a talk In front of the only a lakry indmothvr U.wM 'TM w W' leer Mm DM.0*.
his stand on Issues Instead could foot wl lard IM ti Hr 11 , . c 1 ,4.f itm. eHel l4
r troop. and of the Eastern Star. of bank and then campaigned In the bill the Cleanliness .MM/a..1 ./,
m Junior Girl Scout Troop 65 Is She is survived by a sister, "trying to become the most Polk City Auburndala, Winter Bureau reports Grandmagets
now working on their Active Mrs. Lydia BiUburg of Sweden; decorated" soldier In the Legis Haven and Bartow where he tapped fur a financial tan
1HSUVAIIu a aister In Isw II tur.. the IOn: Sixty per n-nt of the
Citizen Badge and met with - Mrs Anna Has- war on program at the
SPECIALIST Mra Ken dimming who explained set of Winter Haven; a half Karl backed up his prediction final Democratic rally. grandmas have money front
to the girls how a person brother. AUord Melen of Swe of victory. with a little political their own jobs or other sources.
becomes a naturalized citizen den; a niece Mrs Gladys name dropping, saying
of the U.S. She showed Johnsen of Chicago; and a nephew he had the endorsement and
James H. Cross the girls passports and natur Clarence BiUburg of Chi support of Congressman Syd
cago. Her long, i II the only candidate
239A Third St.. S.W. Cummings alization papers and Mr. and Mrs. Funeral services will be with any of the Dade County
two daughterswho
commissioners .
Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN have moved here from held tomorrow at 2 p.m. from behind him and ,I
the Ott.Laughlin had the support of Civil Aeronsutics -
Funeral
Canada recently became naturalized Chap. "
LIFEINSURANCE el with the Rev Board Chairman Also .
August Bern- .
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Boyd MlamisD.He .
a
CO. daughter Sandy is a memberof thai pastor of Grace Lutheran also swung at Dickinson 7' '
Church officiating
Llf. Group girls this washed troop.windows Last week of their the Park.follow in Lakeside Burial Memorial will In saying the ha Bryant has "cloaked administration himself we serve the entire familv. I

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Mortgage meeting room at Rotary Park Friends call and la tied hand and foot to -
may at the Ott.
Health A Disability Inside and out aa a service the Bryant 'smile and
Hoipitallxatlon project. The Leaders arc Mrs.B to Laughlin 9 pro.U.S. .Chapel today from 1 philosophy These two promise'men are APRIL 11, !Ira AMU) II, 1 If44

EducationalIWIaIWMIItIIBY111M.aIIWIBalgmilsmig A. Dunson Mrs Herbert peas In a political pod"
II Heiken and Mrs Hazel Dickinson turned loose what
Kiel. WarnedContinued he hoped would be a knockout AssetsLoans Assets
( From Page Ooe) punch at Burns In a series of

have dangerous consequences. taped television statements to and Discounts . . , . . . S,24Sa4.t4
Boone The Soviet position appeared to be used d .u r I In g the weekend Lease and Dticounti , , . , . . 281,121.07
Shelley remain completely flexible He hit at the Jacksonville po landing Howie, Furniture and, FUturet J70,25M sfitiAf Howie, Furniture and, FMur. 49,134.44

Csstro's statements were In lice scsndsls. Other Assets . . . . .. 14,144.1 Other Assets . . . . , . . . 874.48
terpreted as being equally eauUoua "The crime and corruption Federal Raisrva lank Stock . . 21000.00
Asks You To Federal Reserve lank, Stock . . . . 4,780.00
In Castro said In the
essence
police department in U. S
I I that if the United States wanted Jacksonville ls more thin a Government Securltiei . . 1,051,134.14 U. S. Government Secur't'' . , 498,488.22
war It would have it. serious stigma on the back of Obligations ol U. S. Government Obligation of U. S, Government

Examinethe Informed circle. here hive the mayor of Jacksonville. It Agencies! . . . . . . . . . 1,001,42500 Agencies . . . . . NONE
theorized that Castro and is a disgrace to the city and Oblig.toni! of State A elitlcal Obligations) ., Stata A Political
Khrushchev have been lockedin to the it lie...) don't
know If the
struggle over policy on U.S. police scandals lore cost Burns Subdivisions . . . . It to. It. 1009076.12 SubdMiloni . . .. . . . . . NONE

overflights. enough votes to drop him out Cash and, Duo from Basin . It. . 1,742,411.31 Cash and Du* from lanki . . , . 231,800.10
Castro probably wants full of the runoff spot" -

Record control missiles of stationed soviet In antl Cuba.aircraft ButKhrushchev cinch Burns for, a predicting runoff spot he, told war bis a TOTAL ASSETS . ....l . 12.811,077.43 TOTAL ASSETS . . . 1,084,944.41

may be holding Miami audiences, evidently be
back from relinquishing full fore be got wind of Dickinson's

You Will Find Vast ImprovementIn control of them To do so latest barrage that be I* the Liabilities
would In effect place the future sole candidate who has stayed LiabilitiesCapital
of Khrushchev's U 3. policy away from counter
Polk County's Public SchoolsThis I la Castro's handa that the others DOW charges'have and Capital Stock . . . s w*;*. 270,00000, Stock . . . ..... . 180,000.00

Surplus . . . . . . It see.. . 430,00000 Surplus . . . . . ... .. . 71000.00 I

Progressive Betterment In Undivided Profit , . . . . . 44,334.34 Undivided Profit . . . . . . . 81,141.11

Reserves . . . . . . . , . 149,721.12 Kairvi . . . , . . " . 1,109.41

Our Children's Educational Program AUCTION"RICK DEPOSITS . . . . , . It . 11,411,012.17 DEPOSITS . . , . . , , 742,774.14

Has Come From

TOTAL LIABILITIES . . . . 12,111,077.43 TOTAL LIAIILITIES . . . . 1,084,944.48
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tr.HI(n' I" tn, ,n"IlL, \

crewmen aboard.. Oar** hatteo- Levey NamedTo ( hllLnr., : tlft'll p' i "unw I

I Southern Strategists Look For Civil Rights Allies 4 Marines tar tnlllpal'tilll1eIItIa iu.aiia.ejl I troe. **VtotMmee ft.m- Slate CofCFred '"

tile Da NMI rag**.. note atSalfM. ELECT
WASHINGTON (UPi>_8outhern jury trial. la crlmnal contempt olajrtk. weak of debate on the southerners He won web asurancei D. Lacey president of
itratetfato earcbod tor ale CAMS civil rifkte. issue rib another from Democratic Hurt In Genera Telephone Company

He* la.a .tt.mp' to atop Morton' amendment becamethe Saturday ..*... But there Leader Mike Mansfttld. ..... Guerrilla fighters of the Con- of Florida ha* been named to 01
a leadership! IpODIIM tel com- Senate' padi.g ....... were definite alga that the and Republican Leader. Kvo-: mualat Viet Cong fired it the the Military Affairs (omrnit
promU' on a Jury trial amead- and mutt be dwpoted of first break may be near In rett M. Dlrkten. HI. helicopters from the pouDtl. tee of the Florida Slate (ham
meat to the civil right bill. Viet NamSAIGON eauahif crash land. The
probably by roll call vote the two month deadlock. one to tier of Commerce. it was announced
.
There were indication that around the middle TWINS ROOT RAT craft destroyed to prevent
of next week Senate leader, with the concurrence wa by Floyd B Bowen. PRPfT JR
the southerner wore picking up before Cooper' proposal and of the aouthon bloc: KANSAS CITY Mo. (UPI- IU being captured by the Itedi. of tile Chamber ,
some Republican vote for a poMibiy other ..perhcU..." headed by Sen. Richard B. The Minnesota Twin didn't Viet Nam (UPI) president
commltte:1'
The function
modified version of their II a amendment can be considered Russell, D-Ga, announced that have enough trouble in the fifth Four American Marine were. The government troops had is STATE
to maintain
Inning when the Kanaa wounded Thursday when Communt.t a continuing appraisal
jury trial amendment City
They REPRESENTATIVEWINTER
they plan to begin voting on participated ID an operation of military actmtirs
were hoping for till moreKentucky' Under Senate males, all such the jury trial haw next Athletic were leading J-0 ia juernlUi fired tt U.S. .Main the CommuaiaU in a \
out in the state and to work !toward
Friday night' helicopters airlifting troop
two Republican amendment milt be game.
diapoeed Wedaeeday.RueU leCtor about 40 miles welt ol
The Twin discovered rat lathe of battle it was announced making Flor.d& more at
a a area \
senator, John Sherman of before
Cooper a vote on the leader- told the Senate he Da NIII,. The operation wa
and Thruiton B Morton, etch hip sponsored substitute for was "...re we can work out dugout and armed with today. part of the govwnmeot'i contteuinc -
bat, battled the rodent whileteammate The of the victim
offered a "perfecting" amendment the southern Jury trial amend torn way the Senate wffl vote" areas struggle to block VietCong ttk1mI4'WORTH
battled the Athlete withheld. '
Friday to the southern- ment. if off netting "pain" could be were penetration of South Viet I
Minnesota got rid of the A U.8. mtttUry *cwkesMflaid
backed proposal to guarantee The Senate rounded out Its worked out for kent ra and beat the Athletic, 104. the H......: were fljr.it, a* Nam.


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El TIll mra lICIT IUllll-nll PRIMARY ELECTION PRIMARY LLECTIOHn REPUBLICANPRIMARY S OR MORE GARMENTS I
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pt iii Mtltlltl fA Eimll Fit .m T......,. May I. 1N4 Taod.y. M.y S,114eWVE ELECTION Cleaners & I
LaundryNORTH
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i.t.I 1.Vol. FOlfiSTATE CLARENCE H.
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Tie C.Ils.lwIrlfg DISTRICT 4

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ii ", g IV... m- Ot MI1fI J 16 YEARS OF LAW

.' J' t i. ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE


Fte Gav.raer _. ...... _.... Polk
pr I. M. Hospital Wins CitationPolk Democratic 5
t .. t .-'. IIR I mAl J Primary May
.rva Onel .
"J c Proven Ability for Fair, Impartial Economical and
test this year.
County Hospital Bar
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t9 II. ; tow bal been cited In the 1983 Th award was based on a Efficient Law Enforcement
t lEOmURIi,1Ans. \ Hospital Safety Contest spon- perfect employ safety recordfor
Bored by the American Hospital the year, according to Hospital I PLEDGE TO ADMINISTER THE OFFICE OF COM-

Association and National Safety Administrator Alvln Cold- STABLE EFFICIENTLY. BASED UPON GOOD LAW
l u.a// ... .., LKIIKN'l berg
;. Council.It ENFORCEMENT. HONESTY ECONOMY. AND IN.
a \ d .............. at I d 1* one of five hospitals William Payne of MuberryIs TEGRITY.
PabNI IerncH.sl1(10d Florida and 82 throughout the safety officer for the hospital
CLARENCE H.
DUNCAN
which Is owned by the
country to win citations. Some
.... county and operated by the county
( IV... far oNt Aaip S81 hospitals entered the con- .
commissioner. ,.. ,.1. A.V
Fee ANoraey General
SEARCH FOR HOUSES -

IV... M Onel) JrIt W. A fl41 1 LANGLEY, England (UPI-
pout
3 d d Police today were searching for KOOL' RIDING FIBER
two five roomed bungalow

..."'" .. ........-, .. N.-L'Y" A neighbor told police he law I SEAT COVERS
"WIt ............ .AlKI six men dismantle the prefabricated
d df structure and cart them New !tOdd pattern In

Fu lerWt .WIt Utilititt Cemm4Aiser. IV... to Onel away in a truck. fiber durable eat, cool riding) 88

f .. . . . .... L.14" N. M. "I underlined that they bad most can.INSTALLED, covert for 12
IV... for Onel) WOII won bought them" he taid. FREE H
I d But Herbert Legg local bout- _

leg manager reported them
1oIo. stolen after finding no record of IMPERIAL DISCOUNT CENTER
WTT: I
Fu State Ast.niey mwi any pales *OS HAVENDALE ILYD. PHONE
Clint. Camisd. fwd d 293.0941

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cm suit ,
d d 66 OUTSTANDING
eeP: liVERY GOOD COMMISSIONER"This
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GEIfNI, Ill M_ .. 1..14 .. own
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1Le Say About
rwr..te. DluYt. Cmsty c-lNIeM..

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( Fa Onel) D..,.. L pr.ra L LES W. DUNSONCounty
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Commissioner District 3.


= J'' POLK COUNTY DEMOCRAT HAVEN NEWLCHIIP-"Ceunty ...."'''<'ent I.

/ar M1Nr at the Stale Hwu .t 1."t.II. "Firt term rf.rm.nc. Iwpr.s. bin ....1..... . list t. ka.. a lIu.i"...", .. In the C.J..lo. .",.
LW I sirs l ." ", ...,'. ckair vke cembinei builnen a cyme* endcevnty

i P.a C. 5..p ..... I II.O-Ogles M.mMr ...14 d IIIIISGII: J WINTER HAVIM MIIAIO-"U.llo operating "ec."revnd 4..I Dua.." h.. "betk."
Dunioit Kai mad a very food

I IV.. M Onel Cwsry put C.amlueeI p toutity ..",,,,1..1.") ,,., . ha...) LAU WALES NEWS-"Th. Incymb.nli ikeyld be ...
and .ffiel.nt.
I.'L '_ '. tu", ." t. .ffice with.yt keiiUtle. . The "relent beard
J1ItII IV... fa Onel IWO FROSTPtOOP NIWS-"L.i Duma .f Cevnty C.'I''I......, .. believe, la the mad "ro.r.ni .
d has ..... admir.bla lob hi his
d | .. .. ka.. ... ..
district and I IR the ....ty. H.', a "r.up I I" th. peiitient U mere
Ma1 I .WIoo hard ...., h.. ." ....1.. the few eI....... . I...."',, effici.ncy and pr.jr.ti
DsiaAOnDI (ONNIM.mb.r I ka f*H thins dona and Mi .e o- are tkree wards this current beard kai turned lute fads
( 11 d iitio i I hat Kothin"* to .(for that Laic.n't Uit.ad .f ,fast ..,4.. Ovr veto and lyppert .. t. L.IDunion
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de .. .,,
laud ata1. (f., tnetker term ef aentinved *.... sea",1..."
,....1 Cws y Ce.NM..sa. I.. C. HAINES CITY MIIAID-"L W.
Far Measles .f t''". Stale HMIt .t RepraaF.Nv. f110f1 R ....... I ioll3t. Du".." inould be. eland .* the. AUIUINDALS STAR="Tk. fact that kin ."......t U" a
d .basis .f the .... .b..i"... ,...
d *
.. '., .. the dutrict ... .. .
.e." It I .lie the .i. .f ..14.,.
tics ke kai kel,ed te-lmllll la the
e...", ..... ..... I (Va. M Onel( -/. ce.iity |..."''''.Rt." ble, c.s.a. . .. the majerity ef Aybvrndele'i ......,

tV.... M All WL 110111 l..r.R0lg4t7Is MULIIUr PllJt "D mM k.idene wke k... '. sd D..... t. ... a. eyM.iid.no public ..Hiclel -

d a ys.m..t |ok for the fP'eef d.rm, tke f... ,.... k. kai .....4 the district) end
this coynty.. Undme ....nbip!: ell .. ...Ik Ceynty. . la reed 1 .1I4i., n.... ...f... h..
and ,Int..rity te tke ".Rty kyilaeti. ). le mock low dene fer .
.
i* at tuck reaien.ble .. .
many
; 'M : H. 4....... tke feed will
) .m 1..14 .. aWIe . .
(} and ..,part el all '. Cmnry." DVM.H kai ,.fu... 5..r.. kit .....ti... te rare)
'- Is.Nctl.sw.a .,.... . Ne menicipalHy that has levght .....*.111.
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Ala .4 ky LAU
1 ;::C- WALlS HIGHLANDER" THE THE PORT aid kai .b..* refyud. . Dvnien'a .".....) !" r.nninf
PW&MS MIADI LIAOI at the ...., time and I lab. wron( place; \
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L.rof lRI1NIKdPabka I.Ma.Mr J THESE POLK MAYORS HAVE ENDORSED DUNSON


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wad a Auburndale Buddy Cornear Winter Haven Richard Dantzler


pal 1_ )d I IV... ... 0n0I AIAtL L d, Halnes City Buford Knowles Eagle Lake M. H. Means


county ;:c-;: l1.. .. tau' I Bartow H. Cecil Moore

Clerk ., .... Qrc.1t c..t SJOII J.h1. oP.m DILC ADO d

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Sunday, May 3, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Page Seven

Every Military giros ofMB Messe L ulMr cos
gres OMMtMd. ikMI. the Mayor Dressed AM
Base Potential ftrtuw.|the. Boast swat ship .. ... $MKed 1
rat* *the. Water**, Man r i +
Dollar Victim aeseealThu.
School ,
WASHINGTON ddsasa secretary Mid he I
!ense (upn De. had a Merest UK.f.fcsstaBat.onswsiera ,
Secretary Robert S. Me
sits could be cut
Namara
considers every U. S. ud be would .be "dereJki mhi s Mayor '
military base a Iklh'ntlal I t.lrlll'tof laaued a '
his duty If he did not MI U
economy Irui the public to ( :
Every post I ir installation li The deflation met with dcNamara ter Haven High
m leopard it I 1 ,mfflum class annual '
to protest uflnrnuslvthe ! Rii II s
M.Aamu ,
} I | I "d' told| a scheduled closing or the drive.
Wa'ertown arsenal thai will cut Q
i 1.1149 jobs from the area The
However, McNamara refuted lows:
to change his plan to close the
WHEREAS
arsenal by September, 1967, of 1964 of the
claiming the Defense Department Senior High
can let the araenal oueated the :
good cheaper on a competitive Haven to 49
basil through private industryHe of the '
told the group that
In order to
the Defense Department it
drive a success
studying 8 000 instaUaUona for
possible economy moves and Whereat, the : : : : A2tU
that a secret lid has !been Senior' High
made jf case>. likely to be d sponsors *
I feted for useable Right"
P T A Thrift fete


!I WIN! the'Whereat tale of, ) !

used for the
In the Winter

0 and ;Yon
'Whereat,
MAYOR SIGNS PROCLAMATION-Mayor Richard and continuing
II
Donator, seated right, Is shown signing a proclamation I, a door. \
GINNf.1 endorsing the "canvassing of Winter Haven" for the be conducted
Thrift Shop Drive now in progress at Winter Haven High dent to '
School. Shown with the mayor li Pam Garnet seated left the P.T.A. II
a senior; and Tommy Kirk senior class president "Now ' nrtai
(
Dantsler by

PromotionWASHINGTON Judge Denies Mayor Dunttler of The by !!
Haven, do
(UPI) -PretIdent .. Stone RequestIn May 11 ai j j.
Johnson Friday nominal Drive Week In
ed Army Ma). Gent William F Divorce SuitA ter Haven and II
Train and Charles W, G, Rich "
f.litlctl A.'vnti.em,,,* ,rAkty. C. for promotion to lieutenant general citizens clothing to for sisal l
Polk County Circuit Court drive.
Judge refused to permit Clark
Stone to Intervene in a divorce
lull In which Stone Is accusedof NEW Wosf

adultery\ Summer delivered VERWOOD train here II

HARRELL'SGOOD Judge Gunter Stephenson dtn-
led Stone's time for the tout=
request to be madea
of the station
In the
party divorce action
brought by Herbert Hamlc, a Putt
Lakeland accountant, against '

GARDEN BUYS Mrs.Stone Hamlc., a candidate for clerk ,PR E: '

of th. circuit court In Tu* (lav'a
primary was arrested teat

MONI TUES. WED. MAY 4th 5th 6th week Hamtc on charging warrants obtained threats by of THIS
bodily Injury and trespass The
charges were dismissed at a

SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! preliminary the Commenting charges hearing and on a the
suit were politically Inspired
. and slanderous, Judge Stephen
& .. '. . egrSAvf son laid Stone's recourse In that
.-v PAY event was a libel suit

50-Lb. 4.7.5 Fertilizer (Limit 4 please) $1.15" '27c 88c i is Crunch/( :

10-Lb. Scarified Pensacola Bahia Grass Seed $2.99 $1.11 $1.88 Cancer CrusadeIs MAKI"A" t

Ladies' and Men's Cotton Gloves 39c .13c .2 Ac Extended

4" x 40' Aluminum Edging $1.49 ,61c .88c ()
Because cancer la a serious firm ef
6" Boker Hedge Shears $2.25 .81c $1.44 health\ problem In Florida, and business i >
la Polk County aa well, where
8" Boker Hedge Shears $2.95 $1.29 $1.66 $09 cltltens died of the disease your
last year, the Polk County Unit Fur c
Nozzles 79c .35 .44c
Plastic Adjustable hose of the American Cancer Societyla 3
continuing Its annual Educes -
tlonal and Fund-RaIsing CryI -
!
HI.LO ads for a period of 10 more
WINDSOR I lays

BARBEQUE mULLS The announcement was made
yesterday by W, O Gibson.Jr .
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a name long of Dartow, the Crusade dU'-
with the exclusive NEW
contemporary "rounded' associated with actor(O.) The County goal is I JOXX .- N

I square" design! For the FINE LAWN and
outdoor gourmet who can ---
PATIO FURNITURE
really/ appreciate the dif I S
Come in and set these
L
FROM $1795Jusl pieces before you

buy. You'll be glad f C
you did! enjoy a I 9

RC& CHAIR vacation at
Received ROCKING CHAIR
sinn '
NEW SHIPMENT of ,
e CHAISE LOUNGI

"lif e-like" Artificial T FROM $895HARRELL'S with !
I
Flowers, Foliage, '

and Fruits.
whole house air
LOOKS GOOD ENOUGH TO EATComplete
'

Argentine Bahia NO MONEY DOWN
MixedLAWN "
TERMS AS LOW AS $20

SEED
UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY Ii

e Chinch bug free bad
e Economical
Pet Supplies Low maintenance For the mot relaxing vacation of all I j

Quick germination place like s dcMfully tW home. \VWwttt
for traveling you can transform your home
frtthinf suffer retort all summer and for
.
a DOGS CATS
come: The new Carrier central coofeng }'
CAGE II IDS I. IS595FREE easily' to moat residential .heating systems
jl '
% mUM or fates in one d.t,. Price? Lowest .
T.ys, remedies, and
Whet'CHI"we this
by spending Y.
El r nmory
I i.. j grooming .ee....,;... '"
home can fo a long way toward paying

DUIYlir SERVICE M ,.,...... P .
Call today for free survey"J, *

: $JAM- $' no .blliatioftl = ; aftfl
W 'giy>e' .J/t t .gE.N. : : : .

Refrigeration & ... .... tf44
SOUTHEAST w.......,'
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PLAZA Service Co. w
-IIA:5 MAVEN"V N.W,

CYPRUS OA10INS LOAD SJitfc i Aft I C. S.W.

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MORE CARRIER AIR CONOITIONtNQ' IS
Phone 2914478 YEAR AFTER TEAR THAN ANY OTHER ALII:1I1..1.:>

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Pay Eight Sunday, May 3, I I96I
WINTER: HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER' HAVEN, FLORIDA

......_ A comparatively
The Citrus Scene amid MB physclalty. he was
I good listener and came up
with seine good suggestions
Now came New Year's Eve
By JACK OVRMRTnt of 1M, a Saturday, and early
FtoMe Cttm BeferietCONCBNTKATOM Hut morning\ I had been told
by one of the participant in
NEXT YEAR'S CROP the dlecussion: "tt'a today, or
) IN "BIND"? Bearing out the contentionthat there'll be s long battle"
With every Indication pointIng a heavy "tnow" or "bou. Abort 2 p.m. a .phone call
to an orange crop torn quet" bloom doesn't auto tipped me that Pasco and
three to four million boxes matically mean a big crop ofcitnia Mutual had signed a memorandum
short of the current USDA are report coming In agreement, with Mutual -
estimate. frozen orange Jake from all over the date Including giving no concessions and
concentrate moving out last the Indian River- insisting on a standard hendler's .
week at the rate of 11 million reporta there hat been a heavy contract at well aa for
gallons and concentrator droppage of "peewee" fruit the grove production SEE WHAT THE
forced for competitive reaaoni due to the extended dry apell When It all boiled down It . . - . .
to cut the FOB Florid price which came to a welcome end was revealed that Oovan FASHIONED
to $230 per down 6 of eau, thle past week George Were, the veteran FREE This Week i GOOD OLE'
tome of tile frown Juice pack Moat production men I here Le bur, banker, bed actually O4''CCELLENC' ,
em may find their position untenable talked to these last few days officiated at the "shotgun a "' 1111 & IVES NICKEL WILL BUY
say that beeeuee the trees wedding" at lunch that day.
Word has already tone out generally had .bigger early and this writer for many years Price. Effective May 4 are 6 DINNER PLATE
from one really Mg concentrate let of orange than they could called him the "marrryln' :
outfit that It la prepared carry to maturity, alws ding banker" With Coupon : YOU
to "really cut. the was Inevitable, and more than In fact, this writer was then
price" if there U any .fhl...- usual bat been dleearded by reporting citrus for an Orlando From Book And
ing" on the 12.30 quote- cut the parent tree, dry weatherand paper and several days 820 THIRD STREET, S.W. I $S or Mart Punkin I CHOICE !
to $2,05 per doien by mailer gusty winds taking their prior to Dec 11. 1949, had a 150 FOURTH STREET, N.W. ?
with the Valuable I Io..ttty ir
faction "cartoon" conference gd.a Coupani
Practically every citrus fac- toll.While come had, four to publisher and the cartoonist fan Cmrlaf ft lot- tines. I
tor In the state la convincedthat five weeks ago predicted at Hanging on my office wall AUBURNDALE STORE 6 War a.okut You xe..I.d e
in Mail far SpacM Pinrw.
the Valencia on tree at least a 25 to 30 per cent Increase today it the framed and autographed SOUTHLAN SHOPPING CENTER wart SorjMM t Spxtaltoiwt I I
of today will fall three to four over thla year's crop.. four.color original To* Vale Sloflipt at |
million ahort of the government or another eight to 10 minion showing Ware officiating at I Taw rrltnaty KWIK CHEKor I
projection boxei-ind using 75 million at justice of the peace, tying the r :: WINN DIXIt '
Plant of aome concentrj-: the top potential, today they nuptial knot for "Nell Mutual" tights Reserved I ,
tort already announced to ire pulling In their horns a and Pasco, the latter depictedIn ,-.J t'
close down for the season between little more. a cutaway coat, tall hat,
May 20 and June 1 One thing It certain, there cravat and the like, a la a supueUND -! SY 10 SPREADIMrgrine
give strength to the short will be no bargain basement 1900 vlllian In a stage drama,
crop prediction They have or fire tale of oranges on Standing behind the couple It Half Pound Rattle !f
totaled up the fruit under contract trees next .lIon-or for a John Q. Grower, wearing a limit Twe b
and projected the un few more to come. coonskin hat and cradling a
committed portion availableto shotgun In his arms
the "open" or "spot"market THE "MARRYIN1 BANKER" Now all this It ancient history
and have come up with Back In 1949 Florida Citrus at far at the citrus Industry ASSORTED flAVORS nUll FLAVORED l
the May 20-Juna 1 shutdown Mutual war waging an all-out la concerned. Rep Pkg.
datetI battle with Its No. t holdout But last weekend the "mar
am told that tome speculators the big Pasco Packing Co. of ryln' banker," In his 70's, died. Limit Four With
holding unharvested or- Dad City.Pa.eo'l And all of Florida citrus lost Jello $3 or Moro Order
y anget. at well at uncommitted entry was regarded a real friend, a man who knewno SAVE 6c
ftroweri. are looking for aa essential, but Emmett sectionalism, but was Interested _
the last few minion boxes Evans whom many old,time In citrus Without the PLAIN OR IODllEDAstor
available to bring delivered. Havenltes remember at I work of George Ware, the Mu. 26 01. Pkg.
In prices much higher than' service station attendant and tual,Pasco feud-and that was Limit Two With
now being reported later aa the Ford auto dealer what It really wai.-could have Sail
Other Purchases
here, was masterminding a dragged on for months and
I aeries! of full,page newspaper months Mutual and the In. SAVE 5< _
ads and other blasts at Mu. dusty owe I lot to Govan _
tual.Working George Ware, who described THRIfTY MAID
just at hard to get himself at "Just a country 8 01. CM
Pasco to sign a handlers' con banker" Unit" Four With
2 tract with Mutual, as well as Tom Sciuce Other Purchases
to bring In the acreage owned MUTUAL MEETS HERE
i and controlled by Pasco management This writer predicted tome n SAVE 4< '
and members, was a weeks ago that Florida Citrus THRIFTY MAID TOMATO '
small group of Mutual proponents Mutual would pick Winter " 7
12 Bottle
with nothing to gain Haven aa the site for itt 10th 01. "'
personally except to strengthen Annual Convention, and, late Unit Two With "eiI ?
Days Left the super.cooperative. this week, an official announcement e a I $3 or More Order
Negtlatlont between the Mu. from the Lakeland sap SAVE lie
10 tual proponents and officials headquarters confirmed
of the powerful Lykes Bros, this prediction.
REELECTRAY organisation and Pasco people Many other communities, including HUDSON OR MARC .L TAllE., It
were conducted over several Orlando and Tampa, 70 Count Pkg.
t days, and participants told had pitched out for the an limit Two With .
me later "things got hot and nual meeting which Is exported l.lit.
heavy at tlmei" to draw I minimum of Napkins ... 41 ,f* (Other. Ptwtbasei : b.v. r ,
In the Mutual camp wai". 3,000 out:of town growers .' SAVE 5c I
MATTOX soft,spoken banker from I further predict that the ( r.p : f'I I

Leesburg, a citrus grower, austerity program of Mutual, GOLDEN YELLOW IN OUR PRODUCE DEPT.
deeply Interested In the wel which called for hot dogs and
'4. '.1. Adv fare of the growers-..not only baked beans last year, will be
his bank's customers, but all abandoned and the diet once Each
again will Include charcoal Fresh Corn Ear r-
broiled filets and all the trim. j
I TODAY . at MORRISON'SMHAWV mings.
( fANCY GREEN HEAD
t Difference

EngineersTo Cabbage PerPound

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Dr Leo Miller, project man
ager for the Texas Gulf Sulphur r SUVEWITN TOP
Operation on the Pam- VALUE
DIXIE
lien River In North Carolina, DARLING
will be featured speaker at the WIENERBUNS
May meeting of the American STAMPS
: Institute of Mining Engineer
_ In Lakeland Monday
The meeting will be held at
the Cadet Restaurant starting ARE OUR BONUS FREE GIFT
II at 6:30 p.m. Robert Saunders Pkps. '
of American Cyanamid Co. It TO YOU
In charge of the program. U

K.mid Cuatred will preside, also at with chairman Cyana New Delicious PINKY PIG SKINLESS

of the aectlon.
Dr. Miller will discuss the
developments which have recently
taken place In the phosphate .
deposits being developedby

At Morrison's, comfortable. seating, CHILJ.E LATE hit. Texas company Gulf In North hat Carolina announced w 39

charming colors, soft music soothinglights T.ea NIgh" that they will spend
$43 million In developing their
air conditioning, convenient table Chtdaa' Il::nffor 5153"wnlh Pamllco Bay depositTeachers LBa

arrangement. . even handbag holders .11I pial"

the ladies. . all enhance mealSPECIAL Cram
your W-D BRAND u.s. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED fULL CUT
STEAK NIGHTS I On 'New Math'
time enjoyment Pleasant surroundings
Sal 6 Sun, Nights TASTE 0 SEA
are just one of the happy differences lit. Sirloill 1.1t TALLAHASSEE (UPIThe\ Free Rib lea Perron* 69c
*
it Morrison's. Fiat Mimi. / : Florida Institute for Continuing
r7 b cai s. 49C University Studlea announced
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
PALM RIVER SLICED
that tit public school teachers FISH
i got oft- ampua Instructions In
a new mathematics course Cube Steak r. 98' Bacon u.49c
during the current school year .
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@ Keg yolks will separate from BAKERtf: SPECIALS
the whiten
more quickly eggs i _
ji are removed from refrigerator ea c
2.. I West Central Ave, bout 45 minutes before using Ply DIXIE DARLING WHG..EWheat

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Better Homes & Gardens . .

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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Pag Nma
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Horse Thief The Frids ofFRED II M1:.

6 illi 59 Freed YearsNEW After ,,

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YORK(UPI)-.*.}mto KARL ,;j
....
Brenner WM ladieted M a
thief 58 yean ago. He WM If-
ruled of steaUag I hone sal
buggy on June M, 1105 and

sent Recently to a mental, a psychiatrist hospital gave Invite Yen To See & Hear

him a periodic ...mIDltion.nd .
said be was "DO longer a menace Fred on Television Tonight
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to 1OC1Pt)' and recommended
be be released.
kh Supreme Court Justice Mile

McDonald against dismissed him making the Indictment It. WFLA-TV Channel 8 . 8:30 PM

possible for the 89yeir-oM togo
tree WTVT-TV Channel 13 . 9:00 PM
'Why, he was arraigned on
the original charge U days before -
I was born," Judge McDonald .
FOR
MORE INFORMATION ON FRED KARL
noted
CALL JtJ-etJI

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'MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM'-ThU It a scene from Shekespearo'i Midsummer
If Night' pream, which war recently presented at Dontson Junior High School In com* FOR YOUR
memoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's birthday From left to right are
ELECTRIC
f Bart Good!ton. Tom Johnson Lynn Williams, ana Penny V.nGundy, all Denison .tud."... GENERAL MONEY


r rI Denison Stages Shakespeare PORTABLE

I Are r.. .-.... ..Mi Hut.
, ante*..yen .... .* ...! t. (

e..MMMllvf e 4.n'.f*pr? l VMtlg e.y will,..t.de whet ttr 'Midsummer Night's Dream DISH WASHERSPECIAL at TLm l'l Cllmm

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"A Midsummer Nlght'sDream" ton with the school's observance FOR MOTHERS DAY
CONTACT.... on. of William of the 400th anniversaryof
Shakespeare's most famouaplsys Shakespeare' birth. (NEXT SUNDAY, MAY lOrh
Financial PlanningH. was presented In two Taking part In the play
parts this week by eighth and were Sandy Hanklns, ..tapemanager 111r-
A. lUll ft ASSOCIATES ninth graders at Denton Jun ; Jeff Green, dee- ONLY 12888 SPECIAL BONUS OFFER
P.'O. Mi 171, WI.,., H.... ior High. orations; Jan Davis, programs
The play was presented on ; and Glen Klrkpatrlck, 1 DAY ONLY MON.. MAY 4rh
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IfJ."" Wednesday and Thursday to Scott Renting, Peggy Rlggs TWO PATIO LAWN CHAIRS FREE WITH
it71)
the student body In conjunc- and Joan Luttrell stage hands.The .
actor were, Elln Williams EACH MAJOR GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCE
Jeff Green, Susan Watson SOLD BUY NOW TAKE ADVANTAGE -
Something hay been iddejHowdy
nevy : Kenny Damkjer, AdrianThigpen '"'
Dan Mann, Susan OF OUR FREE '
Butler, Richard Tedder, Penny BONUS OFFER ! !
Ca Van Gundy, Lynne Williams
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Bart Goodlson, Tom
Johnson, Tom Dlrkes, Todd MODEL WASIO
Barr, Bruce Ryan, Bill Blssett,
Y'" come out ..ellane Sunday Ricky Sand, Cathy" Savant,
Sandy Gunter, and Judy Ele '.
dinner. with your country cousin, ) '
They were assisted by Mr.
FARMER JONES.Sunday Phyllis Gilbert and Byron !
: Masters, faculty advisors; and ONLY Y'SCI
: Mra. Melanie McKlow, In
charge of makeup.

i Dinner served . :3 Policemen 1)-)- .

$158881 '"
11:30 am. 'til 10:00 p.m. Convicted Of FREE TV STAND $13488WIT '
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WITH IACH SET SOLD (Modal M404.nly) NOW ONLY
Filet MIgnon - - _ $Z.25 Truck Theft

Roast Beef _ _ _ _ $2.00 MEMPHIS, Trnn (LTD) -.
Three former already
policemen
.
under conviction for TOP QUALITY FREEZING CONVENIENCE
Calves Liver _ _ _ $2.00 stealinga T HI-SPEED
safe from a supermarket were at budget price! Holds up to 420 pounds of

Fried Chicken _ _ _ $2.00 convicted truck they Friday used for to haul stealingthe off food. Requires a minimum of floor space.
the safe.A RANGELOW One sliding basket for storage convenience.
Served with Tomd Salad -
jury returned guilty verdict
CHOICE OF TWO ViCfTAiLJSMflUitd against former vice squad

o r......... Groan fe.. Garden Squash I his Lt. former Harold 0.squad Beckett car partner Jr. 43, CONVENIENCE-PACKED PRICED... I 4 FREEZERIf

Cola Slaw F. F. Porotoot Del. Floyd E. Kelly Jr. 33, and
former emergency squad Patrolman General' Electric Range
Carl Hugo Gamble, 36. SALEThe
HOT ROLLS DESSERT They were sentenced to eight CIANUIl OVINImr '
years each in the penitentiary. ruMtifss COOKINSI
TEA or COFFEE If feed ,Is
.
The three already have been I IJ" enter Ow .Ilk AnteMH your
Nod 011"01"< I rvifctattMmnf 'Inveifwent." . the
convicted of stealing a safe containing J
6oenol. Seri CIee Cli., fr...., It y.ur
farmer Jones' red barn a supermarket more than on 10,000 March frojn 10 U.ds/ 'UI"R enmwf, MtN" : protection.TOP .

162, and sentenced to all years
CYPRESS GARDENS RD. each In that case. The burglary $1288w QUAUTY
conviction Is now on appeal.Oiiillian N' /rThere's FREEZING

I CONVENIENCE
MOBH Jiff
1 AT A BUDGET

BUDGET PRICEI'

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CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR "

L' ; h.DISTRICT, POLK COUNTY expressly designed I

for the area you Your Choice Only S M96tt .

1' want to cool!
t CondI ate oQth. People

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My fellow citizens of Polk CountytI My edict J-

I have gained useful *.perence! in many areas In order that I could better e.

understand the problems that face people in all walks of life. I have purposely --.... "' rT --=-.

Sought such experience experience which will be especially helpful in rendering SEE OUR AIR CONDITIONING DEPT. .,....:
the kind of service as State Senator the people of this great county y ruts -
deserve and in this manner, I have gained the understanding, ability, and BEFORE YOU BUY
maturity necessary to servo faithfully all tho people' in every community In Polk FREE Survey At Your Home /

County. 4000 BTU Air Conditioner No Money Down

I believe there ,Is a n..d for a fresh approach toward the operation .f govern MODEL RP204 Up To

ma>nt. I strongly oppose the Idea that legislators should' first spend and then MN ot....tad ONLY . $11988 36 Months to Pay
Impose tans on the people who can least afford them As State Senator, I l.f
insist that every deportment In the stato government give full vale for everytaxpayer's
dollar spent.

I want to serve as your State Senator because I am qualified to do the kind of '
Cmtlem
fob you would have ma do in the Florida' Senate, and I assure you that my solo. rr ;'I@Qd
motivation in seeking! this high office I.I t. servo you and servo you weff.
HELP ME IN THIS CAMPAIGN SO THAT I MAY HELP YOU 'IN TALLAHASSEE. .AKELN4D WINTER. HAWH

j o..e we..Av lwueeawy .eleAY" a "AM yea
Sincerely your, TVC""' ''. ..-......,. SAL.MV AM 1/L. a PMS


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Quill ian S. Yancey t GREETING CARDS S GIFT WARE I SMALL APPLIANCES 1 JUVENILE FURNITURE I CAMERAS FILM SUPPLIES
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Page Ten WINTER HAVJH DAILY MEWSOflg-WINTi HAVEN. ROHM*

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Lady Astor .




Dies At 84BOURNE KM yew charge account jflJj i6 w. GflNTRAL t N Rs I


England (UPI) -
The dowager VIcouaUM Actor
84, the American .bon so-
'll'ly girl who became the tint
Woman to nt. in Britain's. Parliament are
!, died here yesterday
Her ion, Viscount Aster, announced
that death came shortly -
I after midnight to one of
Britain's moat famous and outspoken .
public figures. He had
previously announced that abe
was 'getting slowly weaker"and '
attributed her illness to lkrr '
old ...."
Lady Astor will be buried lathe
chapel at the family estateof
Cliveden Viscount Astor Jir
said The estate became famous the f .r
la the late 1930s for the
Cliveden set" of influential girl who
young Englishmen who attend. rIeT
ed Lady Alton's parties and ? knowsclothes
were accused of favoring appeasement r
of Adolf littler ,
Memorial services will be
held In London and Plymouth

Astor said.Death came. to Lady Astor at K ,

Grimsthorpe Castle in Bourne, : fftH'
where she hid been staying )
Ancaster.with her daughter Lady

Lady Astor the first woman ThK:
ever to sit in Britain's Parliament
Is remembered for free. \ \
swinging words and deeds that e4ettwIr \ ; ORIGINALS 1 ,TI
I won her the sobriquet "the Incredible '
"
Aitor.
She called herself a "pi trlot. !
ic rebel,"
She was born Nancy Lan,. \
home the daughter of Col.
Chrlstwell D. Langhorne, in
Greenwood, Va., on May 19,
1179. Her first marriage, to
Robert G, Shaw, ended in divorce
in 1903. t .
She came to England at 24
and was presented at court to
King Edward VII, who was
said to have been charmed by
her On I second voyage to
England in 1903 she met her 'r..,.eh a r. J.l!.Htful f.r RIK'i Mir
future husband, Waldorf Aitor, .UK .. fun D.er.if ply..SrI. l
elder son of American million. ..e rid crap. A nicrt '....,10. ..w
airs William Waldorf Astor who . .* In-tfwr chlc l Ida,. Superbly ) .
bad emigrated to England In Summr c.*ltr . cbttrict itrlptliplithte' cut baths, abera | .* .:::IJ ba.I '
1890 and founded the British a.dad a Ml *f wMt, sane I plUd skirt EiprtiMt y u arfu20.U0
Th. . . .
branch of the family. will Arn.r* trlutUt* |.rtty. RtK'l wlJgblt knit knew how
When her husband became a t..II..III.III.l ,," ihMtli I It Mrs\.tt i t. b'"p yaw Iviklnf p shad. all day
. ,
lens t. unpick wtk!
rw
the |lad easeever the yr e
viscount by inheritance in 1919 : /."w.l.t vrlnkl \ I RIK'i qvlcMry Ar.
Y\II'I\ .
and entered the House of n.IB I* hit a hontyccinb
Lords, Lady Astor was electedto 20.00 Co.l! it ilfn a the ttimncr wane .' wtv., ell y-clclilna "btlt.
F;
Parliament from his former Rag mtcUIII I** print .f drip-dry rtr 20.00
,
W p.lyute crept, Hi iklrt a whirl
district, She retained her seat i; .f b.. pUttiitf, Hi watt! tnclrtUJ kf
In the HOUM of Commons until a t.bb.gr.sgr.la. bait
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(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) ,. '"., it CU ) a C. Iof. ',',. .'
By United Press InternaUonsI I' Fit Toa ethersp&4 .. f. ; ,."
FORT WAYNE, Ind.All': ''''''
bama Gov. George C. Wallace .... .' :.Jf' J'.;: ''.,..\";,.,".,,"..... '..
liua-fcld for Republican cross '
over votes In the state presidential
primary:
"I am a serious candidate for '
president. You all can vote for Y
1 roe, regardless of party All of \ I
L you Republicans, Independents & facuthe24i
111 and Democrats can vote ,
for "

ATLANTA me. Sen. Barry M. / /)/ /

Goldwster after he pushed .. ,
away a microphone held up to
him by a radio newsman on his ..',' .

arrival"I don't here like: people shoving


t mikes WASHINGTON in my face.-"A sign held *

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aloft by theological students IDa '1R

civil Memorial rights "vigil": at the Lincoln / \ ,

"Civil rights Is a moral Issue.
We are here to speak to the :
j conscience of each and .:"
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I every Individual for we are all If


brothers NEW YORK before-God.Alfred" Baker ( \y &beautifuIfIt w \ 1x \ /7'


i Lewis directors, a member plans of the for of NAACP the new boardof civil announcing .. t1p

rights demonstrations: ,
"We'll do the belt we can to ,
Wise hell without being vlolf.nl. made- A
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How to liven up feminine In power net it has a reinforced nylon ..,o.. o -V-4:1. I
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salad this love of a slip. Made of White, pearl debutante blue in S-M-L
potato Antron nylon tricot, It's 10.tS
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rav.n-hair.d Carol) Stevent wit b. plenty of .mpKt*.* whom "h. re *oie tt Winter
Haven In the "Mitt FtorMa" .."t..t this s.mm'r In July.
Th. saw "Mill Winter Haven" li a efII'fIII'-9 i brown-eyed lass of .|.....*. She It.... five ft,
r three and a half ,inches, but on stags or 'in photoarAph. epp...,. tails
py Carol I it a native of Ohio where she ifrt.d Jasoiag .( tht "9. of igKt. Htf family moved to
lake Wales tight v*.n ago and Carol has iUd' hare for the past two y"'". Sho t I. a tt.cher .t
the Taylor Studio of 0nc Arts.
sF A Broadway muiical, it the dram of the ntn.*.."' .y..,..W b..ty. And with hp tt.nt and ambition -
she might i wall make her drttmt com tru.. She st"died d, Ing In Ohio, here in Winter H von
under the direction of Dotti. Proctor Taylor, with Bill and Edyth Royal In Orlando, and in summer
Nock In Mains where iho was a performer 'in the Arwftdal Op.,. Thaatra. She was alto auitttnt to
the choraographar there for ono tummar.Ballat .
I ii Carol'i favorita danca, but in the Mitt Winter Havan comp.tition she did an acrobatic
danca. Sh.', hoping to me a combination of the two 'In the Mill Florida", pageant.
After more study, and her try on Broadway, Carol hopes to tattle down end return to teaching
which she lovet.
Dancing Is the main' thing in hr life, but ihe till finds time to excel In swimming and diving
i 9f y bowling and baton twirling.
Her parents are Mr. and M,.. R. W. Stevens of' lake Walai, and the hat two tittert and four
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The evening competition
in the Mm flo,.
Ida contest Is at Important .
I\ at bathing Ia
II tuitt. Carol will wear 1, r'
thii lovely creation of oath i .

7H white crepe ttyled ... _I' .
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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF. SoinUy. MayJ.IH4 Pe Twelve
Miss Jones r' ,n.", .:_.
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Women
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AnnouncesWedding Is Betrothed To : \ t', Gardenia Club To Close



PlansPlans Mr. Randolph Year With Picnic Tuesday


The annual picnic mosti** of lam A. Wilson
are twine MMuno i for a+ ; corresponding
the approaching maniac of a Mr. a.d Mrs. C. J. Quails the Gardenia Garden Club will secretary, Mrs. R. R. Murray;
Miss Sharon Joins, daucttar. of Jr., of Bartow are announctni be held on Tuesday, at 11o'clock assistant corresponding secretary -
Mr. and Mr*. Herman L.Jones, w tire eafatement of their daughter at the Malcolm Peters Mrs. R. H. Mitchell; auditor
and Benjamin Ram, son of Mr. + Jae, to Al/c Donald V ranch Markers will be up Miss Ruth Woodbury; histories -
and Mrs. Robert M. RewU of RaaaotBli, son of Mrs. W '. a lone the route from the Peters : Mrs. Henry Reid and
StatesvUle, N. C. RaaddpB of Lake Alfred and : borne to the ranch parliamentarian, Mrs. J. W.
The weeding will be an eventof the late Mr. Randolph. Hoatessci for this Sal meet. ,Denser.
next Saturday,at three-thirty HIM Quails attended theWUter ArTTT log of the year will be Mesdames Mrs. John Mitchell INS
at the Grace Lutheran Church. Haven High School and Peters, Monte SchUfer, Young Woman of the year via
The Rev. August BtrntJ\a1 Win is a member of the Daviatar Steve Watkins, Charles Leonard receive the permanent llrr
conduct the double-ring cere Baptist Church of Bartow. Richard Danttler, W. E. ,bowl. This project Is Jointly
mony and nuptial muilc will be Airman Randolph also received Kynerson and W. R. Wolfinbsrfr sponsored by the Central Cat
presented by James Vaughn his education in the local Corporation and The Woman'sClub.

vocallft and Mrs.August Bern- high school. PPX: CUb .
thai, organistMr Y Ho is a member Lake of the Alfred Methodist The PBX Club of the Imperial New members received dur

Jones will give his dsugh- : and la Church employed of at Chanute Air Area will meet at 7:3: p.m. tag the past year will be honor
ter In marriage Miss Merrily
Tuesday at Bordo Products
Chanute, ML ed.The
Miller will be maid of honor. Force Base, covered dish luncheonwill
Dwight Holmes will be the
The wedding will be an eventof
Bridesmaids will Include Miss 9th. guest speaker on Muscular Dystrophy be held at 12:90: p.m. Etch
Bonnie Rawls of Statesvllle, June is to take a covered dish.

N. C., Miss Julie Apple, and New officers will be elected Mrs. Jack Curnett will give
Miss Kate Hendrick of this city. the Invocation and the Woman's
during the
meeting at which
Mr. Rawls will be served by a WHAT'SNEW Club Chorus will have a program
Mrs John
Roberts win
his father as best man. pshers preside directed by Miss Mirdelle .
n. Mrs John Lockhird is hostess
will be Bobby Raffia ol Statesvllle Smith.
N. C., John Douglas of c for: the evening.Woman's Mrs George Palmer is

Oblong, Illinois, John Hays of -_ .--- I Club chairman of the luncheon end
Sanford Mark Cockel of Pompano Installation of Officers and a will be assisted by Group 18,

_ _ Beach and Gerry Reeves. MISS SUSAN ELIZABETH GUEST Covered Dish Luncheon will be Mesdames O. C. Stanley R.
The reception will be held at A new make-up table stores held Thursday at 12:30: p.m. at W. Stevenson, W. H. Strecker,
the Parish HalL The old English cosmetics neatly out of sighton the Club House J. K. Sullivan, Boy E. Taylor,

custom of open house will be Miss Susan Guest To Wed the back of a rotating mir Mr*. Paul Braddock of Au- Anna Teller, Mildred Thompson .
observed for the wedding and ror. 'Three shelves with guard ,!I.\\ burndale, District 9 Director J. Roy Thornton R. E,
reception. AU friends of the rails accommodate jars and will be the Installing officer. Trans, E. H. Turner C. H.Twltchell .
couple are Invited to attend. bottles on the 60-lnch-hlgh The new officers to be Installed C. W. Ullrich, L.
Donald Frederick NoeThe unit. (Hunter Metal Industries MISS NANCY MAIN are as follows; President: J. Vanlman and W. J. Touchton,
I Inc.. 230 Fifth Ave., New York Mrs Earle Rabbi first vicepresident
When shopping for furniture.
NY.I
home economists suggest you engagement of Miss Mr. Noe la the son of Mrs o 0 'second vice, Mrs president Lee Hafley: Mrs; Calling An

keep In mind the size of the Susan EllxabethCuest: ,daughter Charles Harrison Not and the Scented sheets for household Engagement Of Miss Main Milton Luns; third vice president
room where It's to be used A of late Mr. Noe who for Home Makers
Mr. and Mrs Leon C. Guest many pets protect the pet, their own Mrs James Grover; recording -
bulky chair or sofa displayedIn Jr. of Stony Brook Road,Darien years made their home In Winter ....' clothing, home furnitureand secretary, Mrs. Roy
a large floor space In the Conn., and Donald Frederick Haven. ly HARVEY KENT
DeReus assistant recording
car The disposable Items To Mr. Savino Is Announced ;
store will look smaller) and Not, of Fay too, Ohio, formerresident Muse Guest is a graduate of com In two sizes: 24" by t2'." secretary, Mrs W. B. Craig;
lighter in weight than It will In Darien School and is IMAGINATION AND
of Winter Haven Is being High now and IS* by 1241", (Ciamer treasurer, Mrs.John B.Gunter;
your living room. announced today. a Junior at Duke University Products Co. 99 Hudson St.. Mr and Mrs. Cecil Mainof assistant treasurer Mrs.Will- COURAGE ARE
rchool of Nursing In Durham,
New York N Y.I Winter Haven
announcing
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tf NEEDED IN
C.MI... Guest Is a member of . the engagement of their daughter .
A REMINDER from the Presbyterian Church of Nancy, of St.Petersburg to TRICE'S SPECIAL DECORATINGU

Darien, Conn. Push button coffee in the John Ssvlne, son of Mr. and. ..,,,,.
BRENGLE'SGive Mr. Noe attended school la home comes from a new brewer Mrs Michael Savtne of Evanston a. uh III' -. ;

this city, and was graduated that holds up to 50 cups The m.Miss. Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday "Wht e r e P.Kd
from the Oakwood High School brewer can be either bullt In or Main resided In this city the male
in Dayton, Ohio. He was graduated wsll-hung and holds a pound of for five yeas and was graduated rul. I. dec.erafidg. .
from Duke University, regular grind coffee from Patten Academy, e
r with a degree in business ad Patten Me., and St. Petersburg 200 DAY TIMEDRESSES frem.,1" I II.

ministration. During his senior member of the Winter Haven Junior College qiw 1mwnhahit
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MOTHER She Is assistant
to the business
year, be served as presidentof First Presbyterian Church. He
Delta Tau Delta social fra is now employed in the advertising manager at St. Petersburg The timplhler.di.eta.
ternity. department of Kroger Medical Clinic. Miss Main 1* ,
the FINEST Mr. Noe was formerly a Company of Roanoke Va. a member of the Christ Methodist ,.. 1",1-"
Church of St. Petersburg fie., sewage
Mr. Savlne is a native of ant' K..,
.deed t"I.
' Chicago and was graduated fromSt.
q George High School. He attended .
I U dtcoralina your hama, ,.
DePaul University In ALL FAMOUS BRAND NAMES "member, you ira o.prauino
Chicago yeast awe ...".".lIty. And, ya.
9tq Mutis Mr. Savlne served for should.
t -, three cartainly contidor your
lo INtut years In the \.. S. Army and Is awn isle liltai end. diilibai Tan
10COUiONf gBCULPTUIID 4r; now employed as a field audItor Values $ A| 99 tan ... a baautiful! |lob In many
r for Bankers Life and Casualty diffart. way and itylai.

Company in Chicago. Ono norlcaabla trend today It to
The wedding will be an event to $8.95 iJjf mill periods I woods and finiihak,
of June 27. 10 It It nat difficult' I ta a.iambfaha
wti thing* U..
CHARM i All New Summer Styles in you
HOUSEHOLD I alwayi lay that .teensy will
seen Sake tha Place of toad
"' BRACELET HINTS laita, and all of ui have Man
1 1151 YOYICUDIT i h [ The Latest Easycare Fabrics hornet famished .. thaa-itrinf
/ that scald tkawi.. win a prize In daeorating ,

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d floe, rseeependant.Is eats Junior Misses Half Sires S. rafardlatt .f your budtatyou .
tan furnnh your homo attractlvaly
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Cuea.. vD4m.nU United Press InternationalDesk with the react placaiyou
..... and lilt.
Cultur.deauUfully blotters make good shelf Trice's
snit. Pearls, id.mend liners for the kitchen. They absorb ,; And dale ba afraid to ........
prle.N reelsua end moisture and cushion the icagin.tieslWho
Inet In solid esl ml preeteI. your

.th.r'o yladdee heart. sto.ea.Free, I t dishes. o 0 0 you ... sad aunt.nca Inlolactlno
Casual
ram le N to $.a. to any piacat, of furnl-,
..rooosec.. a Use a teaspoon of honey Instead two, wo can help. you pick the
any faiolitatiflf aerlmet. ofte.ehn .1, a I of sugar for a change to tnino,! you want at the .price yow
henna ..aCenUle/ a-raiolotl lor : #'; sweeten hipped cream. ems afford: ,
SrtMolott . . . .. free, 111 ........* . > o 0 Torn mt
e hurtle . .. . . . from $1.0 : Cook a raw onion In the tame +
4; Prompt eeersvbq ) "II'I'
,I. pot with plain boiled potatoesfor MATHER
w '41(T/ t QUALITY TELLS TRICES PRICE SELLS
I a dish with a difference -
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A. Starlit-Dainty 17 Jewel model It. J FURNITUREof
Choice of yellow or white $24.ISI. ,. ;,< ... 'f e
Keep meat from 231 W CENTRAL AVE DOWNTOWN
A. sticking to Winter Hove, Inc.Shtk .
barbecue bars by rubbing the
JANE QUAILS
I st Shock."llt.nt 1? MISS grill with suet or salad oil tic e* A**. J, N,W.
Jewel with unbreakable mainspring "-
1.k. 2 diamond White orS

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C. Geld "- NEW YORK 'DPI* .Out',t.
oldbenHunl :wm
C' KL ( or wAlt run taking fewer hotel l towels
f finest 23 Jewel movement. SIS.SSBRENGLE'S than tvri. before.. possibly be
auw' they realise
as rtes fur are toi opeiatln-;
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JEWELRY Hotel manager iTII'L

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eta Nu Hears ..; ... ., TOUR (UK* -- He?, sUM

}IJ;IIt ,. Around The Town fsjtip Mr a handy asps a-
m MM earn bread dish

ogram On w .. erasable to mate enough 14 leftover cups TOSS mmtostf
Miss Titus Is Selected
lightly with tfc cup shreddedpnssn
1M American cheese. i


blic Speaking -, For Stetson Degree Program I Prepare tablespoon tablespoon i'j' chopped Iba melted fresh parsley asparagus butter and-

then partially cook It
rty Wllllmmion, principal Mies Diane Eliaabeth Titus Place halt of asparagus shallow -
daughter.
Lake Alfred Junior <>< Mrs.
High
Jerome D. Titus Jd I'. quart canserole Sprin-
WO dI
Avenue A
I, addressed members ofNu SW, a IIOphOll'lort' at kle with halt of crumb mixture.
Chapter of Beta Sigma Stetson University, hu been selected b1 University top with remaining asparagus
Is week at the
home of
I officials to participate in the thr-ye and crumb mixture Bake in
Richard Dennis,with Mrs. master'sThe do'gree
preheated moderate oven '350
s Griffin u co-host s,. program designed to prepare students for
careers He.ras F> about 10 minutes
in
Williamson laud "Public higher education Serves ail
as hit topic. He listed

t Important aspects of Stetson program sup A.1C William II. Wflsoa has Tam d,
--the subject, the sud-
self as I speaker ported by i grant from the returned' with his wife and
occasion. While ex- Ford Foundation Is a three- young sen, BiUy, after having
on each of theser. rear program of study, commencing served a tour of duty the past
Williamson lit wWi the Junior year, eighteen month with the
the subject must for superior1 students who are Army in Pakistan. Germanyand 21
tgh be either from direct sreew' Interested In becoming college England The Wiltons will
SCSI or Indirect exper- teachers. This undertaking 1s remain In Winter Haven until I
the speaker He also part of a nationwide effort to May IS, with the former's parents 'In
that all speakers meet the growing shortage of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
icmber the Import'vlty. college teachers by attracting Wilson. They will then reportto r
qualified\ students Into this Klsmsth Falls Ore.

lag, up Mr Williamedthatthreecategor- profession.The .
,( Ford program at Stet. The Betaaay Class of Bey- Days Left
Ieh I always be considered son alms to prepare Its students mer Methodist Church will
lii peaking: The intro- to enter Ph.D. programsat meet tomorrow night at T:30 10
fje body and the con- cooperating universities IT p. m. at the Church All members MISS SANDRA BOYD
phis each one being asIts concentrating upon proficiency and friends are Invitedto REELECTRAY
t the other. research attend
In foreign languages,
,(fee >le and coffee were techniques, and Independent June In PlannedMr.
to Mesdames llllam- ltud,. The Fast President's Parleyof Wedding
a f Johnston,Jimmy Cox, Miss Titus, an honor graduate the American Legion Auxiliary
ennls, Thomas Grlf- IJllt of Winter Haven High will meet Wednesday for a and Mrs. Arthur Raymond and the Orlando Jayc.... H. I.a Is MATTOXM.
ti e eth McCutcheon, Jim School Is majoring In History covered dish dinner at 6:30 p. Boyd of Winter Haven ire member of the First Presbyterian
Mile' i B. Rodgers and MissRemove sod political science She and m. at the Tampa Electric Leisure announcing: the engagement of Church of Orlando and la
) Idns. ----- 23 other Stetson scholars were Room. Mr. Virginia Marottl their daught.rRandratellarry employed by the Agricultural ,.1. A YMOTHER'S
:r7'- MISS BETTY WELCH elected for the Ford program and Mn Dot Laird will Morgan Uhlttaker. Marketing Service of Orlando.
[ rust from leaky faufU because of their academic excellence be hostesses. New officer will Mr. Whittaker U the son of .
with vinegar.SWIMMING. during their first two be elected All member are Mrs Stanley Cordon Orlando
Miss Welch Is Bride-a.Be years of college and for qualities being urged to attend. and Ralph D. Whlttaker of :

POOL of leadership In extra-cur Gainesville ,
rkulsr activities. Mrs. Flora Little has left Miss Boyd was graduatedfrom
.CHEMICALS Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Welch graduated from the Winter Haven Each of the candidates will for her home In Birmingham, .
;JjTH Super-Chlort are announcing the engagement High School In 19S7 and Is qualify for the bachelor's degree Ala. after pending the winterIn the Winter Haven high I
of their daughter, BettyArlent, employed at B. F. Goodrich upon completion of his Lake Alfred.St. School and attended Wesleyan ;
] ; PERCLORON to Whitley N. Wards, son of as manager trainee. He and senior year and a master's College In Macon! Ga., and
t the Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Ward. Is fiancee are members of the degree after an additional 12 Ague Guild of St Paul's was graduated from (he University
.. -also Miss Welch has resided In 40th Street Baptist Mission of months of study. Episcopal Church wilt\ meet at of Florida In 1988 witha DAY N1 .
\SWI..ING, POOL Winter Haven for the past seven Inwood. ten *.m. Wednesday In the BA degree During her school .
EQUIPMENT a SUPPLIES years. She was graduated The double-ring ceremony Is Mr and Mr. Glen Raye of Parish House years, Miss Boyd was active In IMASTERPIECE'J.\
from the local high school In being planned for September 11th Columbus, Ohio will leave the Student Government, alI.pr..entltlve
. CHEMICAL SALES 1963, and Is employed by Cypress at the First Baptist Church of tomorrow to return to their Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hoffman to the Senate,
Gardens Inwood. home, after spending the past have left for Blnghnip- a member of the Athletic Association
I t .. CO. Mr. Ward has made his home five month In Winter Haven ton, N. Y. for the summer a cheerleader, class ONLY $7.50 _
j >4 Jlit u f.w. CYMI7S here for nine years. He was F,1,1'CYNEW, : officer and past president of
.. YORK (UPI>-Dirssup Mr. and Mrs. Mark Balkcom The Episcopal Church Women Phi Gamma XI Chapter of Beta .. :
r - - - - baked potatoes by serving with and daughter, Beverly, plan to will meet Thursday, Holy Sigma Phi sorority fl
s blue cheese sauce Combine 1 leave'Thursday to spend Moth. Communion will be at I:30 Miss Boyd was a teacher last Remember mother and, wife w ,.owerr+M.,10
I cup dairy sour cream U cup er's Day weekend with Mrs. In the ohurch, with the meetIng year at tfenlson Junior High Pink carnations and whit pompons will lTfhThr. on
i about three ounces) crumbled Balkcom's parent In Leary, and coffee following at tena School In Winter Haven and Is Mother's Day In a milk glana vase, just $7,60 delivered
I( D American blue cheese and 2 Ga. m. In the Parish Hall.! New now teaching at Colonial High anywhere l locally-atandard handling charge added for
tablespoons chopped chives officer will be installed School In Orlando. Miss Boyd out-of-tows orders
Cook over loon heat until the Mr. lad Mm. John Maugham Is a member Deymtr Memorial Bothis dainty arrangement and many others In the
cheese melts, and spoon Into hot have returned from Miami Mrs. 0. W Fountain of Methodist Church of Winter W4 Flowenby..Wlre1011- Guide W*
baked potatoes. Beach where they attended a Rocky Mount N. C has been Haven. have a colorful selection! of Moth.'* Day _
WAVE SPECIAL X7 For garnish sprinkle a few convention of Mutual Funds of veiling with Mr and Mrs. Mr. V.hlltakr la a native of corsages and (lowering plants,too Stop la soon!
Victor Lorson.Mr. !from
cut chive on toP. America Orlando. He was graduated
Edjwater: tilth School of Or- tmtmktr" those out fI/town with foweee.by.eket( \.. . /
Regular Price knmay > The Woman's Club executive and Mr.. Glen Thurs- Undo, attended the ",, 'v.rellyor so easy,, so tAougMful, M totuilfullt rtcehiee' '
du Mrs. Leslie Rsgon ha left board will meet at 1:30 ton have left to spend the summer Florida and was graduated
$12.50 for her home in Hobart, Ind, tomorrow moraine at the club at their home m'Muncle. from Florida Southern College
.:w,. .. 0.. after wintering In the ares*! house. "". la. La1LllaB4?with a I* degree. diEdgtoWE'l
t 4 .. member
MOW.ave ,- .-r; Mr. 'WIUtahr I* a
Mr. Harriet Goodso hat of the Citrus Club Del Beta iI. I
Elected recently moved to Winter Beta, honorary fraternity, 114 flint SP. N. N." N H..plf' 'l
LIMITED TIME ONLY Mrs. William Read
Haven from her former homeIn President of Bachelor Club of CT J.l1l1 AH Hour

t Creative Hair Styles Bridgeport, Conn. Orlando, Young Republicans - --,.. .. -- --
Chi Alumni Assn.,
Club Sigma

President Of Planters Club
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&aa ? BEAUTY SALON . . . ..

I Mr. William Read wa elected Mr. Sllngluff presented a triangular ..SHOE WITH A MIGHT lOt:.a i.., Comfort

president of the Planter arrangement of rose . ,
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.ENTRAL AVE, ACROSS FROM THE RITZ Garden Club when member gladioli. Mri Raymond Matins For Mother
> met this week at the home of fashioned a hogsrth design of and
Phone 293-6291 Mr*. Rsyond Cooney whit. gladi ij; Mrs. Lucas used

-- Other new officers are' Mr*. camellias la a crescent design Style
Roy Lucas, first vie president; and Mr*. Russell McMillan used .
Mrs. Robert Dswson, second white daisies la a perpendicular 011 ., c4s '
n. ;
vice president; Mrs Wilmer line.Beautiful ,:: through out
Your Pharmacist's Trust McCutcheon, recording secretary arrangements of i'
and Mrs Aldon Ryon, spring bloom were placed In her ?
I corresponding secretary; Mr*. the dining room where member : the
The Priceless Ingredient A. F. Sllngluff Jr., treasurer were served coffee and
Mr*. McCutcheon wn chairman Iweet breid. Mr*. James
By JOHN T. SPERA R.Ph. the patient mal have when of the nominating com Sweet was cohostei. Day. year
be takes a prescription. !mittee. Member attending were Mesdames -
Your Independent mem ( The new officer will be Installed Melvin J. Arnold. Guy
ber I.1 man These art some of the duties
pharmacist a
; during the Mil meetIng Boitkk, Burke Child, E. N.Crawford 4
with a complex job; many the doctor expect your Beach Brooks
,
: at the Lake Region Yacht
thing to many men: admlnistrit Independent pharmacist to and Country Club. Member David Cox, C. Richard Daniel FASHION'SGOING
i v e perform today, since In earlier .,' art to wear hat designed and Edward F Jukes, Sam Garrett
routine of a days filling prescriptions crtatad to display fresh Roy Lucas, Albert Msrschsll
business man took a great deal of J* flowers They art to be Judged Wilmer MeCutcheon, Russell
1 t ""'''\ father confessor mixing and compounding i r for the most original and prett Me MillID. William Read Char- PLACES
civic Today, after a five-year t. lei HeUer, Alden Ryoa A. FSUngluff .
worker corner college course the pharma Mn Read and Mrs. Lucas Lynn Wood, Frank ON A. /
KientisfHe cists' role is mainly one of were elected delegates to the 2eUer, and Hostesse: Raymond WHITE
face thecurlO.Itof consultant and he mud state convention. Cooney and James W. Sweet.
have mental mastery of the a PLATINUM

Us Intelligent aim of drug aDd what *13 ; SPs.
r.customers they will and will not do.
who art apt to This obviously, take mart LAZY W RANCH pelt A._ws
be flail of intellectual\ skin than to ''CAW'

1Spera questionsabout pour and count medicinaU.
I:
I the wonder drugs DAY CAMPJUNE
Remember this the next
they read about in newspaper
; time you art Inclined to be SMART
f and magatlnes.
misled into a "bargila 22 JULY 31
Since much of the mystery price" for 'bargain WALKING
about prescription i* health" The most Important MONDAY thru FRIDAY HEEL. /
disappearing, the pharmacist Ingredient In any prescription '" [
< takes the patient into is your pharma I.JO AM. to .:30 P.M. FM ftttlnc casual for rvittaf MTMd I in .
his confidence by explaining cist's trust regard" it hifh- S thru 12 Year Mrtol I HMdM. .M all .f th4 WMrtMM !It

some of the problems 111 I Air Steps | rf..I IM. A star et........ Hurt
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SPONSORED NORTIiaATE: ft LAKE: ALFRED

:. BY THE FOLLOWING R HORSEBACK RIDING

LOCAL WHITE RIPPLE SOlfCOMK
SWIMMING CRAFTS BEIGE'
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ORGANIZED SPORTS BUCKM1EN1 PLATINUMIROWN

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171 W. ..** Ass nw a W. COT* A... RIFLERY CANOEING 0 USE PARKING REI I1TS LOT

CITY DRUG CO. JOHN mils PHARM. INDIAN CEREMONIES AT 2ND AND CENTRAL
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HAH PHARMACY TONY'S PHARMACY ARCHERY HOT MEAL WAn Fashion; Speak with" Authority;
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Need More ? r Morning Pttywrsmt Mesdames Ward .Ruffes*, Spa A. Meek Ada M. Schnll I
Space Friday la MM Clvte Cfttsx J JOMH M. Laaqr, W. D. Bart, Fr d L. OTOtrd, Yield Brown,
I \ Ifli with ..r.. Joseph Lu.*y, Mra. Morton MOtor, J.k BaUtts, Csartes R. MtlelMU 8. T. VanDyke -
: Armour Scott Md Mrs. Gladys Freak Webber.. Otis Porter, T.V. end W. E. Moor
Plan Huyck as notWMThirteen Grimes, C. 8. !Sorton.Jsaiwttt .
Check Floor tables were in play ........ Name Darts, Beat the egg yofts and whites
with prices gains to Mrs Vicki Carroll 8. PMUIps, May Alexander for an osMlet separately. and
Brown Mra. Bertha Waugh, 0orf Ryder, RusaU. mix them Just before they are
1 If you're looking for add!. is papered in a brick pattern Mrs. W. 1.. Thompson, Mrs Jensen, C. W. Gross, Clyd poured Into the skillet All
tional I ipace for working, entertaining Vinyl floor was used for easy David Lucas and Mrs Frank Munroe, E. E. Ldy. beaten Into the mixture will
and hobbies chedI [ upkeep Note the Ingenious use Wardwell. sdams Arthur Stevens, give a light and puffy omelet
I the above floor plan for the> of. teacart to move the vac r Door prices were won by James S, Pool, Louts .
mOil economical and efflcienuse 'I tuum and other cleaning equip, / R colt WORIu rwNOBit6e4f Mrs Bea Ryder Mrs Will- Been, Elsie W. Moor, Rob rtBackraUi Keep french dressing in a
of the possibilities!' In youi r men!. tarn t. Moor and Mrs Arthur Frank Fleeter. John baby bottle where the ounces
basement! At shown here, new!' 'i 2. A corner of the combinationI Stevens F Flynn Join A. HoUatyr, are marked and the recipe can
I interior i surfacing, cheerful I I workshop-laundry has a desk Members attending were Settle Wilkes. F. A. WtrstowU, be followed easily
lighting ind colorful decoration i and typewriter for the literary
helped to disguise the usually! minded and the one who cares
gloomy took of a basemen!t: !Jv) household account Dow
room Cornice Nglfting/ was i ble'sized desk can be used for :7Eii.\; GotfARounds
placed over the sleeping' soft arranging flowers or preparing 1
A plastic sheet with a caning snacks when room serves as a 1 l
texture was mounted on the secondary kitchen,
folding doors The modern enamel 3. Presto-and the corner j.-PuT YOUR BASIMENTTO Ykwg S.oR llTEtZNING f
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fireplace hooks up to the above changes for entertaining '
main chimney' The bench underneath The plastic window at left is
attached to the wall raised and hooked to ceiling to I It form a serving pass-through to
II1 D1/i los t living trei Shelf below It drops Your Mirror's Reflection
for use it a work counter Removal byLouis.
I How Do You Choose A Kindergarten? ) of picture shows recessed q Suggs
storage shelves for holdingthe Provide
AtmosphereFor
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r White painted metal cabinets
'Merry Moppets Kindergarten are four inches deep with adjustable JENNINE SUTTON places An odd seashell painted } a
shelves or shoe racks CHARM AUTHORITY gold makes an Interesting soap
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HAS ALL THREE REGISTER NOW! and can be fitted to louveredor Atmosphere plays an important dish.
CY 3.3352 or CY 4.1280 mirrored door 'I. Levy! Sons, part In our daily life Sup Dressing table too crowded? IiN' :
I 1107 Broadway NtYOI k. per clubs dim the lights and Try hanging, a shelf this can
1'1' MY i engage musicians to play soft be used to hold bottles) of perfumes .
music reception rooms in Den and lotions Pole lamps '
tal and Physician's offices are you will find supply ample
usually cheery and bright colleges lighting and can be hand-adJusted .
Wunda Weve Carpet Co. and school rooms engage giving you light where I/
sedate enfiroments to en- Your need it An unusual ad. I
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There are many inexpensiveways 1 Side button roulette with doubl .
to brighten the grooming pocket. $12.00.
area. An attractive vanity table
ANNOUNCESTHE for example, provides inspiration Blue or Green Stripes on
while taking the chore out Whit
of beauty routines. Begin by
dressing the vanity table witha
flouncy skirt to match your ,I
wallpaper Behind this curtain a
BIGGEST you can hide supplies of beauty t I
aessentlals like soap, shampooand
wave set
Your box of facial tissues no j
longer has to be bidden thanksto
some clevtr manufacturerwho ,
SALE pioneered the Idea four
years ago, the brand name can i
,, be slid Con the tissue hoses with JENNINEdition
their cellophane wrappers, or
would be a velvet pin.
atuded
provide a frilly roiKt .
jacket from the notion counter cushion with a saucy golden br
for the box poodle sitting atop. A hidden
S IN OUR HISTORY Add to your vanity top, attractive feature a spring actuated tape.
lamps, a large wool measure makes the pin cushion
powder puff, perhaps an lpoth- a handy adjunct to your

scary jar filled with colored bathroom scale . . :' , .""I .. .
,,..-flush in everything but price! balls or ftowerettes! of soap, ',.f! .,,,)',, II'' ,
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several decorative bottles filled STRETC1IF.cJOLIET.: I
with colored water to resemble III. (UPIi The 2. Flower-print shirt of Fortrel! 1
WUNDA LOOM BROADLOOM perfume! bottles Thereare stretch material Spandex la a polyester and cotton broadcloth. { a
also hand mirror's resent popular fabric for swimmingsuits $7.00.
Ming large flowers with stemsas but If
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? their handles One of these will yellow' in chloiine-tieated Bermuda shorts to match. Fully
can be left on your vanity or water. says the American Institute lined for shape and fly-fronted.
hung on the wall for decoration of Laundering Pockets, too. $12.00.
It's rlty .m liif that I carper II beaatlfsl ti Wv 4* LMIN .m be until needed
priced s* ........blyl The "ftrful l l lash ttitvr .( WIIIIM l.."m en the Try covering an ordinary Avoid housemaid knee. Blue or fellow on Whit
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n. cinnamon and Clerk Crimm l Curt !
4 teaspoon nut-
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235 W Central Ave dry -=- --- wedges Spoon strawberries over Audit In ...., 20 veers .< keeping ,,,Wlc
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Scott Is the daughter of Mr. IlAjLLM tCriminal
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MRS. PAUL HITTER. Mrs. Hrry H.driek and Mrs. Jesse M.hrluii modeled
I these outfits from Thlm's, Thursday wh.n the Elks Auxiliary entertained! with
t" e coffee end fashion show honoring the wives of the new Elk Club officers.
I 2 $7
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YSAiatS Pot0 PAIRS

t I Elks Auxiliary Has Coffee Road To Health: DAU6Hnn.WOTHln.. ANDCSUNDtoIIOTHII'. "

Balanced Diet SIN.ll FAIR ONLY 3
The Elk'a Auxiliary enter F. nark Magdalene Herbert
i talned at a lovely Coffee on A. B. Rugglerl O. M. Valllquette BERKELEY. Calif -A bal.anred l- WHILE 300 Ml. LAST -
Thursday at the club. Mrs << Maynard Nelson, Fred diet-not bottled tablets
Jim Daniel president of the (real. Charles L. Mattes, Jr., -li the belt weapon for protecting
auxiliary, along with the honored Id: Marqiurdt, J. M. J>*\ls, against vitamin drflclenrlei -
guests, the wives of the new Ralph llolllKter Wayne Ne.hyii a University of California toe T. SIAWIW' 6loVe lUTHMlAU ,
officers of the lodge, greeted C Klelnmann, Hunter nutrition .
expert reports.Dr
THI OOiOII Of A IAINSOW
guest at the door. These wives Kirkland It L. Burtchln, ,V, J. M chairman .
Briggs
George .
and the officers of auxiliary AND AT Qg: tee Colds YOU
STYLED Allman M. Lewis Wright Jr. of the nutritional ..clC'nr"d..partml'nt.
were presented with lovely corsages Mickey Per-go Julies A, vitamins Will WANT A 1AA IN IVIIf
BY yz Beautiful arrangements '. says arc
JohnwK.n Jr. \\ C.djmi 10 well distributed In food that onto MAfCM MOATS ,
of spring flowers were arranged Robert Crlttesdea, WifltamSteele
lay throughout the lobby and the , K, V:. Hark K, V. Beeb, no one eating the proper diet AND CAWAtno OUTIITt'
deficiencies
need fear
dinning room. BUI Richards,
Frank Stapler
The refreshment table was W. It. FadgiHt J, K. Enior Jr., "The proper diet" ha said 1lU!
centered with a three-branched and John W Carpenter Jr. "means choosing from the four 4 ,. 10
candelabra In which an arrange food groups" dairy products
ment of snapdragons and roses Member of th.autlliarywho meats, fruits and vegetables S. N. M WWtfci
had been placed. Silver tray attended Daniel, Connery were, Menrtame Way Jr.:, and cereals, particularly the ftUQUI/ KX tMlil WO""""', fit
held sandwiches and cookies. whole" cereals" iMOOtH MMTXY INU. MIMC1IMIN
S.byDoll rloncoat $ lnGownM.t. Those serving\ punch and coffee Rltter Stephens Chllds, Richard, Hedrlck Sntvely, Lang.III, Vitamin tabled cause no ' HUN. AN. IMAM IMS ..".....

$ $3" $M.L. . s4" 321.10. $3" were Mr. Mason Connery, host OberMehrlusiCharest harm however and Dr. Briggs look
Colon
Mrs Howard Mrs At These
Stephens Berkea, Lynd Bias, McDonald feet they may provide good
E. B. Way Jr. and Mrs D.P. insurance<< This la enprciatly\ \
Richard .
Bridal-jweet ensemble in silky Richards Wild B A trim for growing children C WHITI e NATUIAl. a HO HACK
Tyre,
Floyd Brown James
A style show by
blend of 65% Kodel polyester and 35% commentated by Mrs Thelma'sand John Edwards, Joseph H Lucy, pregnant women and older e TURQUOISI PINK PASTil' ILUI

combed cotton.L smooth and free-of-carel Snively in was presented during James Ashmesd W. Flaherty Mslll Ben Bote-W. persona.But the cautions that money ..i e

Pretty itiift'gowiy and baby dolls frosted with Mr the coffee. Paul. Those modeling were* man J. M. Moorman, J. C:. can be wasted on vitamin tablets v *\ ; .." .
Rltter Mrs Harry Mitchell, J. W. Cray A. Gilbert It the buyer la not| Cartful YILLOWf8ANOOUNGI
eyelet embroidery and lace trim. Petite puffed Hedrick, Mra. Artie Ober, Mra. I
Fred Langenhorst and Mrs Later, A. C. Balllet, R. OUR IOOKS AM CI.OStD. PURCHASfSNOW
sleeves and hemline frothed with more lace. Jesse Mehrlust all member R. Maya, L. R. Vlrrtel' E. "The point about low" cost NOT DUI UNTIL ..
E. Adam, Kenneth Moore, M. should be emphasized, he
Charming coat floats from deeply frilled set-in of the auxiliary. Mrs. George L. Carter Jr., A. Pthnke, tl- aald "Less expensive vitamins Mil ,PASSIM. out ltAf OMT AT Sll Ml.I All Aill till IHIti
collar with luminous buttons and hidden Childs furnished the background bert Layton Fred Hosglln, Paul are just as good li the IM. AN. CIMTSAi.Whtrt sue THIM POt SUfHOAT/ .ITI, MO t Ml 11 DAT
music. A door prize, furnished
Strllh R. 1I. DeMott Lewis high priced ones," vii 'V'N put TKIM AWAY MS' CHIIVMAl, *,IH1.REEBEE'S .
pocket. In heaven blue, pale pink and by by Mr the*. "Open Ritter.Mrs .Cat* was won Clark Hughes ,Steel, J. B.
Harrington Jr., James Robert- m.41.TII: 1\y jIt 4k cE
buttercup. Ray Charcat and her ton, Leo D. Jensen, W. t. Cor- NEW YORK Amerli Fashion Speaks with XatUrify
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commute, Mr A. D Bcrkes,
nin D G. Walmnlev, Claud O an received about 14 2 billion
Mrs E R McDonald. Mrs Barnett, Julian Bennett, F. o. in health Iniutance benefit in
A FLOWER SHOWin Donald Blat and Mrs. Arch
Miller Ralph Kochan, |lIennWall' I 1M3 an Inriea of 10 S percent SHOE BOX
Lynd had charge of the arrange.men. gUwgtNTtAt
.. 011, '. 7 Van Dyke, over the amount paid outin
Night-blooming Clients present were Met. Charles Walker, cyril Coker 1S82 the Health Insurance I
dames Margaret Hogae, John W. B crlag, W. M. Con fiutltut report
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I\ Barry Warns Bryan Called




I: GOP Must Totally Insane


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Win SouthATLANTA '.11 By AttorneyNEW


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(UPI-Sen BirnGoklwitcr ORLEANS (UPI I A

R-Artz., Saturday court appointed attorney (or

urged the Republican party to Joseph Francis Bryan Jr ,lc

accept the fact that the only scribed the impeded kIdnap *

way to win the 1964 pruideatJalelection .slayer of two small boys as re J
It to break the Democratic totally insane"

grip on the South "In my opinion he doc :

The Ariiona contervatlvi n't understand anything thai'a

made the statement In a keynote gang on," said the attorney ', _

addreti to the Georgia Republican itudolph Becker Jr }
convention "I think he's totally Insane

Predicting that the South will He seems in a daze"

reject a poilUon aa a 'utellite Bryan a 25-year-old former ___ J
of the northern liberal Democratic mental patient from Audubon

party." Goldwater acid Park N.J., was Indicted Fridayby

y Southern voters win demand a a federal grand Jury at Florence .

itronf voice In GOP rankt S. C.. for the kidnap!:!,

The Anions Republican laid of John David Robison, a 10-

the South now has nothing in year-old Mount Pleasant S ('
boy whose body was found in
common with the Democrat. *.MlieYl
"A new and different conservatism a mangrove swamp near Hal- u

la rising to displace the landale, Fla. T '1

old. rural traditional almost Bryan also Is suspected In

hereditary conservatism of the kidnap death of T year ,

the Democrats," Goldwater told old Lewis Wilson Jr. of St. Petersburg l

Fla, whose body was .
GOP
the Georgia slate convention --
V found Thursday In a rattlesnake

Southerners. resent the gradual CANDIDATE USES THE SKY-Fred Die'timon one of the six candidates for governor infested field near Venice Fla. WIFE CAMPAIGNS-Mrs. Marjorie Kynot, caster wife of Attorney General James

takeover of the Democratic has been pushing his candidacy with be loot hoittod over Florida cities Above, St Petersburg City Detective Kynes stands in the rain to give her sales pi.ch to Mrs Sara Duckworth while Attorney

party by "liberal and radical"forces four Dickinson workers, C. P. Woodall Bill R-iloy" Bab Barber and James Frazier, get one Chief Walter B. Tipton said Fri. Mason Wines looks on. Mrs. Kynes has been campaigning throughout the state for her
he had been notified
day
Goldwater aald. ready for the air over Winter Haven. by husband.
federal authorities that Bryan
Earlier at a 25-plate breakfast .
I had confessed to the kidnap-
Goldwater chat god that the
Court RecordPOLK slaying of the Wilson youth
Johnson administration
was using
Federal authorities refused to
top secret information for
comment on the report.
political purposes.He COUNTY: COUNT COURT; Jeueraon-Uuhop, Inc, etc? ve.AL .
said the classified Infor BARTON spout The Mlowing Marriage. LlceaeeeJerry Mover, luo, mortgage lore- The specially summoned
court tranaaitlon are on Emerson., U Winter Haven cloeureKldgewood. grand jury at Florence stopped
matlon that hat been released "'. : and Mary asses Smith, IS Saving Hunk, etc, short of accusing Bryan of
concerned U.S. reconnaissance "Y.IK.UT: tOtBTalte Winter Haven. VI. Uordoa AdH ol us. MeedhamU
Filed David Marlon Touchton 11 Smith et ..&, mortgage lorecloiure slaying the Robison boy, since
lights over Cuba. Goldwater Folk finance Corp etc. VI. Lakeland and Cheryl Ann Read authorities were not sure where
laid that as a senator, he had W. *- Cooper etc, et ua, reple 1.. Lakeland.W Charlotte J. Long v*. Decker Ivu'
the took
U Campbell 90, Lakeland. Long, divorce slaying place and
placed his hand on a Bible and vin American Machinery Corp, etc. and' Annie Clyde WlKSlna. IS, Viola Drake '.. Joseph Leo therefore have no way of establishing it i 1.
swore not to divulge the Infor VI Oemlnole Packing Co. Inc, Lakeland Drake, divorceHooeevelt Jurisdiction.
mation. etc. and Jack: Drilling, clvl aoUun Larry Thomas Hill, 21. Lake- Duncan V*. Johnnie
and and Karen Kramer, ill, Ma Duncan divorce. But the indictment the jury
Goldwater, In obvious refer Thelma Hllll Smith vi. Hubert Lakelandrranklln. Ordere and Decree. did return charged the boy
ence to an Incident with a ra M Smith, dlvorcLAHrt Warren Tracer, K Mildred Denney Fulmer v*. "was seized
U. McCoImm vi. Edwin L. Lakeland and 11.1; ,. Hula Ibomu. Calvin C Fulmer. final decree divorce unlawfully con
dio newsman Friday night, referred McCollum, divorce It, Lakeland. fined, kidnaped and unlawfully
to It as "rudeness' Junei E Uadiun vi Ooldla Bobby tuel Caraway 51. Lakeland People Bank of Lakeland etc.. held . and was not thereafter
The radio newsman had tried Ron Uadeon, divorce.Collt".orlll and Anal Patricia Hunuby ,.. Donald E: Day and Dorothy "
Kw vi ...ann.* 17, Lakeland Gay, final judgment for plaintiff released unharmed.
to put a microphone in front of Everett Colingiwortn, divorce. Clayton Roger Wiggins, M. United State Uyixum; Co., etc:
him but Goldwater pushed It Evelyn &.a1l.rI, Dennui VI. Plant City, and Barbara Ann Lowery vat Roy L. Lovett et al, summery
Enwit Dennla, divorce and annul IS, Plant City final judgment for plaintiff $1.-
way. Charles Ronald lUrr.Il. 11, ave u.
miAIvvm L, Franklin v*. Emily ti.Franklin Lakeland and Lannla Faye Elliott : Faye W, Manhall va, RaymondH Korea Reduces
divorce. IS. Lakeland. Marshall v*. Raymond H,
Sen. ftirlcia Louie O'at... v*. Leonard Ralph Ellleon.. IS, Lakeland Marshall final decree of annulment "
Holland Grady Lee II lit...., divorce and Diane Marie Koblnermaleo ,
L UIM W. Langlord vi Doyle. known M Leavonworth, 11, Springfield Inetltullon for Saving
May Miss Polk Langlord, divorce. Lakeland. . v*. Virgil Lee 01...... et ua Currency Value
Winder Aircralt Corp of *'la.. Larry Julian Lindsay, K Au- et al, final decree of foreckwur
eta., ,.. City 01 Lakeland, ftaeto .. biirndale, and Maberlne. Carroll. and isle.
Primary Vole ., epecilto perormanceHanlord 16 Auburndale, Polk County, etc. ve M. R. r
U Mrown vi iAiralhy :Jon Anthony; Hartley, 10. Lakeland Brown et al, final judgment eminent SEOUL Korea (UPI) The
Brown, divorce. and Brenda Joan Btarcher domain lull u to Eva Mae
By United Press International Itmrley M. Hartman vi William 11, Barlow, Fennell et al.Auburndale. government of the Republic of JUNIOR CHOIRS-A performance of the combined junior choirs of the First Bap.
A C. Mailman, divorce.Oroer Thomas Wayne Johneon U Lumber Co, .10.. Korea announced late yesterdaythe tist Church the Memorial
pending vote on the controversial aid u.c.... Lakeland and LInda, Kay Albrll- V*. O. J Hull final Judgment Beymer Methodist Church, and the First Presbyterian Church,
civil! rights bill In Congress Jo Ana H Mortoa ,.. John ton 11, Rlanmr.Wiliam for plalnttrft devaluation of Its currency shown above, will be presented this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Presbyterian
llarry Morton, dlamleealIMvtd Clirton Fowler, 11 May K pollock\ and Harry J by nearly one half, effective
+ may keep Sen Speaiard LeelM car_ et ua V4Joeeuh ...Lakeland and Vivian Faye Touch- Pollock\ va. Adams-Harrleon I'.Imenl. "- .Church They will be accompanied by organ, piano, and strings.
L. Holland, seeking tils fourth C HIU. Oeburne Laney et Ion, 11. Lakeland -"... .. Inc Judgment V Sunday.
term from voting In Florida's ua. and VlrgU W. Caldwell, final Tony Brooke Pearce. M Fort planllffa The new official basic exchange
.. Mead and Betty Lou Cannon, K ;
decr. between the I.0. /.ox /mrf;
first primary Tuesday Leona Hrdlcka VI. J. Franklin Fort Ueade. range won
I Hart and V.Ima M. Hart, dlamla- John Hue 67, Lakeland. and the dollar has been set at PHILADELPHIA (UPI) --
"The most Important vote I alFlnl and Hen Strickland Wood 46. Cooperation 225 won to one dollar It was Like to plan ahead DlwoM-nr:
and Loan Lakeland
can cast right now If on the Aaen of Federal St. Petersburg savings, etc. ... William Lamar Deei. U. like-. Suggested In 130 to one.Public of a 273-month cycle In gum
amendment to the civil rights Charles F. NewoomD .1 al, aum- land and Joan Jaquellne McCord Information Minister pot frequency may mak it ,
bill" Florida's senior senator mary final decree foreclosingmungag 11. 8t Petereburg Kim Dong Sung made the an poonlble to decide now whrthriyou
said *. Leonard Ray Faulkner. IT Winter Space FlightsNEW
Friday. H. r Maioa Equipment: Corpect .. Haven, and Barbara Walnut nouncement following an emer '11 need an umbrella fl\i 10
., v.Jnll..t Contractor, Inc. Baker, U Winter Haven.Frank .
gency night cabinet meeting ot even 20 years from \'. u
Holland has battled the ad. eta, and United Conitructlon Irvin Oaweun, 11. Bar-
ministration backed bill tooth Corp etc., final decree: lorecUw tow and Florrle Illcka' ....ton. N. YORK (UPI) If the presided over by President recent meeting of the American BE IN "EARNEST" WITH YOUR VOTE
Ing Hen. BarlowCharlee. United States and the Soviet Park Chung lies Society of Mechanical EnUnrera t-
and nail and has drawn criticism
tl Cyril Colas vi L. 5. Blaylock, David Came., U Winter Union would their
for his action from Negro final decree furor:.... ... DIU....... Hav.n, and Ruby Heaton cooperate on Reports the Impending won eye told. ELECT
and federal National Mortgage A. Powell. 44, Bartow space programs It "would provide devaluation had been circulating
organlatlons opponent uclatlon, eta, '.. ".me. r Mo- Edgar Elmer: llmmona, (4Halnee for greater savings of talent for the past several days. Long ran g P pierlpitatlon
Bralley Odham. and 11.1,. Lee llnv '
Call et ua final decree lorecloe"lewey City EARNEST D. "BUD"DIXON
( e. mans, 51 Halt Cloy. and money, according to This is 13th devaluation of the forecasts for 32 American rltie
Holland's campaign head. aVdwardi ,.. William E.Helthcock Helte Filed! astronaut L. Gordon Cooper. South Korean currency since are on lecoid 1 with the Smithsonian ;:
,.
and Trap
Tuner Warvhouee
quarters said If the senator liable ,Normaree dlemlaaal.Henry .Francis VI.Beeele fir. Ine, ve R. H. Hmklne Jr. 1943 when Korea was liberated Institution and slmilni
to, he will fly to Tampa A. Francla, order fur de civil action. 1471 U. But the 36-year-old Air Forcemajor from Japanese rule. The last forecasts for 22 cities in Europe. rC

Sunday and drive to Bartow, fendant. Lakeland Laund.nre. and Clean- who made a historic 22- was on Feb 2, 1961 three AMn Afl ice. South America and FOR
seat: River lariats Bank etc., are. Inc. ve Bill Blantoa, civil orbit flight around the globe,
where be would remain until VI. Hooald A. Meaeenger etc, etua art Ion. 514.01Lakeland years and three months ago. Australia will soon be published Clerk of Circuit
Wednesday morning. The present at .... laal decree (orecluevln Laundereri and (Van- believes It Is Important for the Although the official rate has slid a paper presented' at the A Court
era. Inc VI. W. Bran Harper, United Statea to reach the 11II I MD I
mortgage. HONIST
Senate schedule calls for a __. City _. ,. Bank of etc. civil act: 1334 Ot. been 130 to the dollar the free meeting by John I. Yellot die
vote on the jury trial amendment Brooklyn VI Ueorse IbdwardBchuler :.. moon first "because of "the national market exchange rate was lector of the Yellot Solar Energy DIDICATID rUUIC SIRYICItPJ.

to the bill Wednesday afternoon mtxgaas.et tu. final decree luredoelnc order Lawrence admitting H. Punter certified. deceaeed Iranarrlpt ., prestige Involved. around 250 to one. Laboratory. Phoenix. Ailz Pal. A".I TEACH DEMOCRAT CHRISTIAN

U but this could change. kUtie KIIU ve. Kelvin R MUell, -- ---
final decree forecloelnf mortgage. B. J Mader. deceased orderof
Odham, meanwhile, said be Joyce Blehou McClellan vs. Hubert - probateciarrrr.
L Mociellaa. flu decree litBu roit Capture this modern mood
could do more for the people of ette Filed
V-
Florida In one session that Oladm.a ,.. Willard Ol..dme.il. Alletate Insurance Co Ete VIKennera .
Trucking Co. Inn etc for bedroom so beautiful
final decree divorce your
Holland has don In the II
years he has been e In the pas Sen Sharp Thomas final sharp decree n.divorce Bonnie. Fay civil K. action C RaemuwH-n damage H.11700 I FiberOlaai DANr I IS H M O D ER N

I ate. Albeit Sumner va. Cleo Buraner, Co.. and Ktvrnal Pmducte, so functional so unmistakably
final decree divorce Inc etc. va Charlra Orltflth etc
I He charged d u r In g a campaign Hubert T. Dennoy ,.. France civil action damagea, MM .\ .
trip through Tallahasaee I) final I decree divorce, Polk Finance Corp.. etc. va ., s.'h' t w..'.:'' American walnut veneer, superbly grained and cre.
Mdrlk I Helen Nelson Lucas viUe hale Farm Mutual Automobile fully matched lends its unique beauty to the exciting
Friday that Holland had 'ote .
t $ A. Luau, final decree dl- Iniurenre Co.. eta. civil action .-'
In of IBM of Danish modern. Here is bedroom furniture
against minimum wages for damage earee simplicity
\ farmers hotel and motel emI Noah E Holloa it.. vas Joe Pint Slate Bank of Lakeland.etc . 1 to cherish . and there are so many extra pieces
Mann Brother, 1..tr
I ilughu. loo of na., eto, J. H. v*
"
I i I ployes and restaurant workers Huabu Jr? and Uall. K. Hucbea, civil action. L ? to grow on, to fie any family or special room chauctenstics. -

opposed public I housing programs final Re Judgment kaundra for Lao delendaale Clark, final Jewell. divorce W Pollock v*. Lloyd Pol.orb AU drawers are center-guided with dovetail

for low Income millet decree removing dleabllltlei ot Carolyn Winifred. Atkinson V*. construction . only two of the fine furniture featuresyou'll
I and fought medical care for the "' Bamuel Eugen: .* Atklneon. divorce enjoy for this modest, modern price!
'\ aged. Firet rederal .vln. .e and LoanAuoctatlua Amoekeag laving' Bank etc
of 51. roterabum, vi William R Ferrer el us,
I etc.. ,I. rrancae U Daweun, elo. ".....1.... a_...... kr .,..
., aI. final Oocree forecluetng Inane hem .. .'. cwkvcuto,. N <
.............. etc, ,.. auuineaexiu inI.. -I....
...uI.... littler va Virgil. Miller, bervw Cu., <..., iiHirt.... '...
/ / 1 1
final decree divorce kueure.feueral.
\ VUUMTV lOlBTrrebalo Maikinal M.....IM(. A. 11
t auolailon *. John W vi
v tong were
a ar Annie ClUaketk: .......... doeeaeed. u late et Pus, ,. rupeev' -rF
order of probate. noeure.kAlilh. ,I T f f
Mary Hamueleua. deceaeeo order kl June .. James W + t
admitting .IU W record.Michael JoneH. divorce II r i
A. Cuaneea, deceaeed
order ot probate_
Char-line Waielaff and Rabble
Wacelalf. mlaunt order appointing
r guardian,
Tacy J. Sloan, etcdeceajed,
order of probate.-
Debra Marie Butta. minor, ap-
pointing cuardlaex
Mary rraacea Pace, deceased
Older of non-admlatatratM
Indies a Harold d..,....., order
aoB-adrainielraUoa.
Delia M Hlcharda, domed, order 4J

of probate.Ueorae WUlard. Kulhauy. dccaeed. l

I order of probateTurpla '"
II Uerard, deceejed,, order f
ot l>rvbate.
MyIrlol0Ie.lM. : Blua, deceaeed. order w,

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Europe+i Trip '" ". agar. r m> nra.a.
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For Savannak 7 ,

WASHINGTON (UPI) N.S. 'MUArInruneernihrarrgwrnrrA'IrraMy1.LC.IA.I
INGSWOOD Savannah. the world's first nuclear i iM Needed
I. For .t unlit l.r..I.irm In** I Inn m IV*lu //'.'./..".
powered merchant ship
'. 0.1iI.
i iIfROTT will make her tint voyafe to '

o'i 'S' ,JR.' Europe The Atomic in June Energy Gemini. 'r"9t'k'- Moon VoyageST END OF MONTH SALE
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STATEREPRESENTATIVE ,ration,,na( and the announced Maritime Admin Friday \ ft

I th..t the Savannah would leaver PETERSBURG, FU.
UPI-Moon) explorers will GOLDEN WHEAT DINNERWARE SALI
her \ old berth at ( al\'f'* .IIJ
,,, need I truck that could find Its
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h 0, Ct. u n Tr\ Tuesday and move to 4S-pc service for eight
the uncharted
way over lunarsurface
1I1I1I>ton for a five day tta> ti 4': 6"
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a without a driver three II "
scientists Mid Friday
The moon truck would have ALI
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1 Oe I MILMAC DINNERWARE
r" to serve as a mobile baa for
: a astronauts and carry enough 4s.pc. service for eight /77

1' g: Ir;,, scientific gear to map UM bar.ren Ale. 11." 10" *
surface study the moon's
craters sad plates, measure rsdlation ALI
1 count meteorite and He. .f 250 Paper
{ r drive deep into lunar rock. LUNCHEON NAPKINS

.}.rr Henry R. Walcott, Aubrey A, ale. rte Limit 2 000
p) ( tl"YY Smith and Donald K Breseke,

e i all mapaperpresentedtotheclosing Bendix Corp scientists said n,. ef 4 Foam lock SALE

h session of the Institute PLACE MATS

of Navigation's National Space II.. I." 670
meeting that such a vehicle
could be built using techniques SALE
i already developed\ BRAZIL NUT FUDGE

The unique truck would be Chocolate or Vanilla

,tll rr r part of t moon base program II.. 4e 2 db.) 5/0
that Is likely to follow Initial
SPECIALS for: manned lunar landings on the SALI
GRANT MAID MUSLIN SHEETS
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moon expected by 1(70.
MON. MAY 4 CYPRESS NEIGHBORHOOD CONFERENCE-A meeting of Girl Scout leaders In Because of payload limitations .
TUES. MAY 5 the wllh the giant Salurn-S! 72 /101 or Ian 2
Cypress Neighborhood of the Heart of Florida Girl Scout Council was held here re for
WED. MAY 6 cently. Some of the leaders all of whom are area residents, ere shown above. Seated I Is truck rocket would, the scientists have to be said landed the SALE
J. K. Hays president( of the Heart of Florid Council Standing from left to right Mrs on the moon without crew CHENILLE BED SPREADSFull
R. E. Maughn district advisor; Mrs Rob.rt Eastman public relations; and Mrs. George The spacemen would follow in or Twin Choice of colors
'I Costello executive dir.ctor of the Council. another ship and the truck .... 14t 2-55

BLANKETS $00 would have to be able to locate
2 and travel to the crew's base LADIES SEAMLESS NYLONS SALE
Beethoven Was In Continual Prince Phillip If It encountered so unmapped
((ALL WEEK() crevice or other obstruction 37
i CARDIFF. Wale (UPI) the pilot I... truck Fabulous 400 mesh _
Prince Philip won the first. raffle would have to be able to steer
Revolt Against Authority of his life Friday at a .rr.... around the
dom from hunger" campaign return to Its original course Ant. styles A colors
hen without losing sight of Its goal. 770MENS
NEW YORK (UPI When punch which was a Beethoven The queen' husband paid 28 Sires J2 to 31
SHORT the physician entered the sickroom favorite cents and won a bottle of stout
4 the patient turned his Beethoven had his first full "How funny," he commented Jobless Rate BOXER SHORTS SALE
face to the wall. That was happening night's sleep In weeks. lie was "I've never won a raffle before
I GARMENTS on an almost dally so encouraged he took to consuming ." Low In StaleTALLAHASSEE Grippers or elastic waist 2 $1
for
bull back In 1826 and 1827 the punch In Urge quantities (UPI) Flo-
Now In this year of 1964 i and "within a few hours, WORRIED ABOUT TICKS rlda's unemployment rate was SALE
movement is on foot to rehabilitate he developed severe abdominal MENS WALK SHORTS
DENVER (UPI-A) Denver 41 per cent of the total workforce
the physician.He pain and diarrhea, then became
nightclub performer contactedthe In March a seven year- Dacron/cotton
needs It. Posterity has accepted aemicomatose and Irrationalwith Colorado Department of low for the month. Industrial .... I,tf 300LADIES
(" the view of the patient. stertorous breathing"Over Public Health to find out if 24 Commission Chairman Worley
The memory of the physician the next few months It tick she found on a boa constrictor Brown reported SUPS SAU
all down hill for Beethoven
has been reviled was she uses in an exotic
148PLAIN unceasingly and on March X he war In DuPont Acel.
acome
by generations of musiciansand dance are dangerous. SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN 2 $3
musicologists But It was outside while a A thunderstormraged thunderclap Ale. I.ft foe

not the incompetence of his caused him to rear up In bed . . . . . . . .
physician which killed Ludwig and shake his flit Then he fell . . . . . . . LADIES PAJAMAS SALE
Van Beethoven that giant back on Ma pillow, dudMUlid.n. . . . . . . .
among the mUlltalll.ntl. and 2 $3
musicologistshave
Baby' doll or tailored
Beethoven did himself In, by unfailingly Interpreted this tee
PLEASE too little attention to his nutrition as Beethoven's final defiance
and much too persistent an of fate" It was nothing of the WHY PAY MOREBUY
METAL SKIRT PANTS HANGERS SALE
attention to the bottle. So said sort, said Dr London who had
Dr. SJ. London. I New York reconstructed the old records In ONE GET ONE
: medical scienUt and also a the light of 20th Century medical Limit 10 Jf
"q-NJW( ATTWO musicologist In present, a knowledge
defense of Prof Anton Wawruch "In actuality It was the last
to the American Medical Irrational response of a coma. EARLY AMERICAN POLE LAMP SALI

Associstlon. lose cirrhotic who had no more Only I 11 I at this price
Wawruch was an obscure general knowledge of what he wssdo r a 1188
Ale 14JI
practitioner In Vienna called log than have countless other
in to attend Beethoven la cirrhotlcs who have died re

what proved to be his last ill spending with similar gesture INTIIIOR LATEX HARDROCK MAPLE TABLES SAU
to disturbing stimuli" said Lon REDWOOD STAIN
WALL TAINT Lamp Step *r Cocktail
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CONVENIENTLOCATIONS don.The .
one by one had doctored him cirrhosis of the liver and .-NN /.1111M} /,rLwii.h.wae MYNx. 110. 11.11 888
the wrecked __..... we
previously, wanted no more of structurally pancreas ; .._ t
his "notoriously volatile personality and kidneys were re e weLw....... ew \ MYII;: ,WM
." vealed In an autopsy at which. =-= ., .. .w..W.eMrun.w.....- "... ANTIQUE SATIN DRAPES SALE
Beethoven Insulted physicianseven Dr. Karl Von RokHsniky assisted .
YI IM Single width il or 90 length
more freely than he Insulted Rokittniky was to achieve .M/NNa. M .1.1.,1.. .Nrrl. 300
N Y.q IwlyY MY W .. Ut
noblemen He In tailing medical fame by performing ... t.NsMM1w.NC II
was continual \NKI- ..... ...
Ii: .
revolt against all authority St.TM autopsies Beet I..Wr.y-- tea ... ......L!....
London said and he heldIn hoven's war his first : "jf6S6912WL. SAU

particular contempt all persons 498 :G2LI FREE FREE PLASTIC DRAPES
who were Inept and mediocre 2 .
LONG : Physicians were likelyto Vets Service Choice ef pattern 77

4 be both because of"the shortcomings Office Closed INTIKIOK SIMI-CLOSS ONE COAT
of the medicine of their urn MTuwt WALL rMr
INAMIL
SALE
GARMENTS d.But,." Beethoven had his new May 4 To 8 e .--, I ._..-. ,...-...... DRAPERY FABRIC
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physician pegged all wrong He .4 :ffi 2 $1
The Polk County Veterans = 45" width ,In east prints Y4.
had the good sense to prohibit
..... .
Service Office will be closed e .c-
alcoholic beverage to a sickgenius the week of May 41. and the e =.wN e ..._"- SALE
whose pancreas and liver director's regular visit to Winter :=:.= rl e :;...r.-: ::. COTTON REMNANTS

having Haven scheduled for May .. .
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S48 I, has been canceled so that ==-wIrw..M --. Dreti length 3 Y" $1
fever the staff can attend the Annual

fection which Beethoven had Service Officer's School 198 2.dGAL! FREE S898 =! !:z. FREE SALE
acquired by exposing himself to and Conference In Winter BOY SUITS- SIZES to 7

cold rain and snow for several Park that week It .t this price
days. Howard H. Enlow, county srccui QUART MICH' ONE COAT Only 277
Furthermore Wawruch knew service officer for the local 2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE ACITUC UTU MOVU PAINT II*. Iff
the Importance of hit patient office, ssld that his office will .
5 vas -
PLAIN He was a musician himself and be open again on Monday Mss ..ss..sr SALE
TIIM AND Dice 2 ?x'224 .. LITTLE BOYS ETON SUITS
on his first visit be wrote Into May 11, at the new location at INAMti 1 .airs N.wq
PLEASE 190 ChureL St. ill Bartow Yp --
I Beethoven's conversation book: w 277
"One wb greatly reveres yet The office recently moved n ,0/949 GlI .MNMi Sires I t* 4
to this location In the old jail rte'/ -
Beethven'a conversation book: IHAMIkAIUM i
because of the need for addltkmal Mir N N.A
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"One who greatly / SAU
revere wM N r.r.a
. and don'l forget we name win do everything pouts your! spare MICHIIMICLOJI 2 ... 499 L ,- 'o/.N eaY.l.er..wea GIRLS DRESSES RECL J.tf
Enlow said that his next 11.0$1 HAMIL ..
Pre-Spot Every Garment ble to give you speedy relief" vlitt to Winter Haven will be AIM evaft e. emi .I/NN 157
(Beethoven was stone deaf BWTtaiO Slti7tel4 (Only 39))
AM* IITISIM passive
Meth-Preof Every Garment youll remember, and you com city Tuesday hall building May 1.,from at the f a old m BUY 2 AND SAVI 88 OTU FREETHIS

Odorless Dry Cleaning nunkaUd with him by writing to 4 p.m.More. SALEBOYS
Into his book.
) BRECK HAIR SET MIST
Fresh u a Flower-In Just One Hour Wawrucb licked the fever COUPON INTTTtll
and the infection that caused K. 88
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BroadcastsLONDON
He N.rre ,
got the genius oa his feet -r
'64 but unhappily the Over and kidneys -
bad become involved and (UPI) The Brit. Address. sot
be became bloated with fluid. lab Broadcasting Corp (BBC) SPORT COATS
Prof. Giovanni Malfattl was aid Friday it intends to transmit 577
called Into consultation and be "longer and more elabor TO rvlCMAtl ONI CAN O* Sfiesltefe (Uenlyl

prescribed of aU things ate" programs behind the Iron Mien eioii MAIL CAITU Special
nEIouR alcoholic beverage, an Iced Curia starting Sunday IMAMIl PLUS A OUAUTY fAINT SALE
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iMRftui 1/." 4xD' Yale D//.. o*., r.. t* Dips 0<0', 49"COMTUTI 51..1 t. "l6 ((4 only, ) 577
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., HAVEN DAIlY NEW -CHIEE-WiNTER HAVEN FLORIDA Sunday May 3. 1964



Sessions Booster Club Golf Event: 1





Ii omorrowe To Have Radio Coverage- i


1C r.u 87 BOB HAVILAND to enter the tournament and limited to 300 this year
Sports Editor give the Winter Haven Golf Following completion of the
Devils The Blue Devil Booster Club Club.... a try. tournament, a social hour and
? ... Radio Station WINT ananwkced The four.man tournament barbecue will be held In the
yesterday that thecsub'a committee and club pro Bill clubbouae A $10 entry fee ia
BOB HAVILAND second annual golf .a- Parry Sr. said an established being charged all proceed
Sports 4Marootbkll travataota will be broadcast handicap ia not needed to participate going into the Booster Club's
p ( tans cia begin voicing their "live and in color" local In the tournament A fund for promotion of Winter
smolt liou tomorrow-tbat'i when the Blue color that la. special handicap system will Haven High School activities

20 coimecuUva days of qprtaf drlBs. With Doug Montgomery of be employed making It poaalbto Guests 01 the players may attend .
rooters, considered expert in Western WINT handling the microphone for Juat about anyone to the social hour and bar-
circles, are expected: !to be on (fee scene and 290 local golfers win a prise. The total purse beque for $2.50 each.

at ce find every day. Last year, hardly a painting the picture, the May for the event la $360 Four of Advance tickets are on sale
ao to 40 tail witching the proceeding. 17 outing promises to be even the many awards !to be made at Tony'i Pharmacy' 15 Fifth
posted more of a aucceii than it was are low gross and net and high 5t.. NW, or from any booster
for Downs, the all-America who lilt year gross and net. Last year over dub member.
ampslist was named aU-star and aU- TIlt event la also expectedto 30 persons received prizes. Perry said tee off times can
Southern to boot. And with have television coverage, Already entered in the tournament be arranged by calling the pro
*ar, In ax. Downs went much of the Blue tbla by Channel 13 of Tampa. II head football coach shop, CY 37313. If desired,
pracJtee Devil scoring punch. Out of Salty Sol Fleishman and his Calvin Triplett and Booster players can make up their own
to the 198 points scored, the slippery camera crew plan to film por Club president Eloy Delgado foursomes.
gothave quarterback had 119 of it tons of the tournament for Last ,ear'. champ, Dexter

Triplett said that last ,ur'. replay on his Sunday evening Daniels Jr, said ha plans to
Tie road Injury prone DevUmen shouldbe sports program. Sol baa also defend his title. But he may
rips; burn'y In good shape this spring indicated that be would like have a tough time doing ao.
''A Citrus and in excellent condition by Entries are expected from

b the opening game in the fall. Downpour Fails four-time Florida senior champ
ne+, Hllle This includes David Barton, Dexter Daniels Sr., Lake Region
amps the 210.pound tackle that suffered I, To Foil Florida Yacht and Country Club 2
Mason Wines and the
a knee Injury In the champ ,
pleat fifth game last year, and EVERYTHING BUT SNOW-Participants In Fridays round of the Florida Skeet Skeel Tourney high school golf team including

ear, halfback Gary McDaniel who Championships fired through almost of weather condition possible as over TImmy Wilbur, Danny
type
every
ce9h wiUss Reynolds' Tony Price, Bill
of vat'ty broke his ankle in the opener. two Inches of rain fall in Winter Haven The final round of the event will ba held todayat The Florida Skeet Championship Mattox and Simmons
Jerry Hill, who underwent a like Buddy
were more Army
the Lake Idyl wild site.
areltyCa Four of these four others
s successful operation on his survival training Friday aa plus Days LeftTO
right shoulder, will be limited wind and I biting rain failedto now vicing for the Winter
floatthis to running during the spring, atop participants in the 410 Haven Club Championship..
Triplett sold Arnie Can Earn $50,000 For JackBy gauge and team events. Dr. C. K. Swartx, Jack: Van

During the first three days The competitors, who fired Hart, Dr. Bill Cottrell, and REELECTRAY
eetlstand. of spring practice, the Devil- through every weather condition Max Von Hahmann-also plan ,
men hopefuls will go through OSCAR fsULKY At this stage it became obviously be a foursome. but snow moved Into to compete.
a long list of drills, some old UPI Sports Writer necessary that a foursome In the days of frowns and yesterday's round only two The tournament, one of the
16S and some new Thursday and NEW YORK (UPI) Reverberations was absolutely In de crowifeet before Palmer won hours behind schedule even moat popular In the county, 1
S; ike Friday, 20 minute scrimmageswill of Arnold Palmer'a mand. the Masteri it was let up that though it rained from dawn attracted almost 150 in its
- and be held. Masters victory still are being Nicklaus had doubled this If anyone unheralded scored a until dusk to the tune of two- freshman year The tournament MATTOX
h; !Grad' The coaching staff will remain heard today and the most cob- time, in the Masters and PGA. double, Nicklaus would qualify and-one-half inches of rain. committee, composed of
alt enMeru Intact: Linus Bridges tented sounds emanate from Julius Boron won the U.S. Open far the fourth spot as defending The only time the shooters quit Jerry Mciver, George Partin
a blghttgt' and Bill Duncan varsity line those who stage the televised and Bob Charles the British. champion Ergo: One was when they could not seethe Jr., Tony Kalogrldla, and Del. M. ,..1. Ad..

, the coaches; Herman Loftln, var- "World Series of Gail But, oh happy solution. name clay targets because of gado, said the field will be

pf, uyear, city backfield coach; Gorman Prior to the Masters, Pal Charles beat Phil Rodgers In If big Jack won more than the downpour.
U5 yens Ayers, Junior varsity head mer's game war in ribbons and a playoff and Boros bested one of the titles losers in playoffs The only event that was
Jim JV Jacky Cupit and p.lmer-In would become eligible. Or,
arinby coach; Whitney assistant he hadn't won I tournament In completed Friday was the 410
coach: and Triplett, the U.S. Open playoff. The If somebody took three titles, in which
six montha. There wai apecula- gauge Emery Papy
three were brought together ina second place players would
head coach
varsity
tlon as to whether be might of Jacksonville socked 94 rain
playoff for the fourth spot. off for
play ai spots at
many
win all year and without Palmer soaked targets, and splashed
FIGHT RESULTSPHILADELPHIA The Angels smiled on the sponsors were available.
j: (UPI) on the scene any current and Palmer won this playoff One way or another, it was off the range aa state champIn
-T.Y Series" be lit that
"World has to a event. Runner-up
1 : Stanley (Kitten) Hayward tie league affair. to get into the "World Series. going to be a foursome. Beech of Palm Beach.wasBob
: 150% Philadelphia, stopped ." Now, of course, they would
; There even bad teen advances Other 410 results
tty Curtis Cokes, 147 Dallas, Tex, This year the "World Series" like to tee Palmer score at gauge
i; : (4). to him to act si narrator will\ be played again at Akron's least a double. were;
of the show which pits winners Class AA: Dick Pope Jr,
Firestone Country Club on Sept. If he does, he automatically
of the big four the Masters -
-
12-13. And as to what gees on qualifies big Jack for the World Cypress Gardens first;
PGA and U.s. and British In the British and U.S. Opens Series Which make. It all kind George Rassusson, Daytona $228'
kings in a M-hola contest Beach second
Open ,
and PGA the sponsors couldn'tcare of Interesting, at that Imagine
for $50,000 top money, less Ecstatically they Palmer taking another one to Class A: Irv Cetz, Miami,
Jack Nicklaus won the first first Dick Parsons, Jacksonville
:
leaped higher than a kangaroo get Nicklaus in setting up a
two "World Series. But from .
with a pocket full of sand burn chance for big Jack to beat second.Clasa
a drawing power standpoint, for B: Maureen Beach, for this
when their man Palmer him out of the 50 grand a
' ,.hi.t, Arnie and his faithful "army"are clinched the first berth. third year in a row. Such Is Palm Beach first; Dennis
S in a class by UMmaclvei. However, children, there will television Kelly, Ft. Myera, second: -
. With him on camera It., an automatic Clue C: Pete Bennett, Jacksonville

winner. first; Wes Fink, Day '
Comet
There was no difficulty the Yanks tona Beach, second 64 '
To Flock To
first year of 19(2. Arnie quail- JapanTo Ladles Division: Jean

. J fled twice by winning !both the Smith, Miami, first; Maureen
: Masters and British ,Open. Beech, second
d wf( d S Sj Nicklaus took theOpen Junior Champ: Jim Thomas,
II ra,' Cheer American Team
( and Gary Player the PGA. Ocala, successfully defended
Palmer was in, the trio is out title. i
P t tisf of the same 'stable" In that NEW YORK (UPI) Amer. the cheaper seats remain for

( there was no necessity of obtaining lean tourists will be showing up track and field.However .
a fourth to round out In force to cheer the United Nicklaus Still
the group. States Olympic team at Tokyo the Tokyo ticket sit I
But when they came up to next fall. uation Is following the normal Leading Golf
the 'World Series' last year, pattern of utter confusion established
under the old format Palmer Mora than 60 per cent of the at previous Olympic Money WinnerDUNEDIN -- .
wasn't eligible becauaa he original U.S. ticket allotment Games and chances are most

hadn't won one of the big fourMONROE already has been snapped up Americans who push hard enough Fla. (UPIJuanChi
f and of the choice locations
moat
:
will be accommodated
( ChI) Rodrlguei vaulted to
are gone fourth and Bruce
place Cramp'ton
1 "We in "The only requirement to
+ r may get more amonth'
cracked
the 10
time" said Edward purchase tickets Is to have writ top among '
t Malone of the American Ex. ten confirmation of housing In golf's top money winners on the :

press Company, the U.S. agent Japan," said Malone. "That, of strength of their performances. r
In
last weekend's Texas
a ; trRr for Olympic tickets. "But right course, Is rough, but probablynot Open.
who finished third
Rodrlguei,
now there's not much left for as tight as Rome In 1960" :
at San Antonio railed his
earnings
BRANNEN those events that Interest our Orlglnslly, the United States :
for the to
$19,151
year
C spectators the moit"As was given an allotment of T0,-
earned for
far as the U.S. allotment: 000 tickets, More than 43,000 Crampton IS.800
..i winning the Texas Open, placing
la concerned: have been sold.
him eighth on the unofficiallist
SHERIFF Basketball Is sold out for the "That doesn't mean 43,000 people
with
final four nights, boxing for the ," said Malone "Spectatorsneed $13,361
Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Our n.wllt-compl.t. with: Whitewalls Deluxe wheel, covers
1 1I 1r final night, swimming for all one ticket for each session
night events, and mostly only of each event. A man or woman Palmer passed up the Texas o Polar White exterior with bright metal tnm : Red crush-
v\i 'q
., who really wants to get Open but remained 1-2 among vinyl Interior trim a Heater a Red carpets a The same engineering
I around might buy aa many as the money winners. Nicklaushas know-how that won Comet the World's Durability Championship -
5I jr. frJ 50 or 60 tickets for his own earned S34.1SO this year at Daytona-where four specially equipped Comets ran
5' ; uaa compared to Palmer's bankroll 100.000 miles each at speeds topping 105 mphl Top trades at

"The average ia somewhat of 33488. the "Home of Champions".
Dave Marr was third with
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year in an effort to spreadout
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0 PALM BEACH Fl. moving IK winter tournamentsfrom New HaW York YOU Yankees(UPI)hive- The'
Will nscheduled
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With DetroitDETROIT ((11) The Professional Golf the new headquarters to two rained out lIam, Z
the Port Si Uicie Country
Association PGA
is stymied
with the Chicifo White s<>x ,iv !
(UPD-When star Once in a great while you get to nee an idea car, NASHVILLE. TeM (UPI)1- in Its DeW OS million !headquarters flub near Fort PierceMacArthur part of a twt night ill uiili-

defensive tackle Alex Karri built by one of the large automotive concerns, running Vanderbilt wound up lU prlnghitball at Palm Beach Gardens donated the land !header June U and a din l n"I1" (
fur the !headquarters and built
WM toM March 1< that hit ace.you around on the street. This was the case earlierin training aeasiona FrI. at .least for the time two IB-hole courses for the twin bill August 12
beta .
......... from the NaUoMl .- the year when' I (and several thousand other people day Black sight.GoM with tatra-aqwad the traditional aeasiofila . PGA and financed the clubhouse ---__m____.___-_--_-
Football League for (am Circuit Jugs Ruaaell Morrow with the agreement the
much modified Corvette
chance to
) got a see a
bRag aethrMe WM lifted be play, termed "mitatand enjoined' the PGA Friday from PGA would repay him for the
toM hk wife "you na buy Stingray at Daytona. The Stingray was driven by IM." by Vandy Coach Jack carrying out IU threat to facility when It moved in and

that furgjture cow" Harley Earl a retired GM executive, who make the Green ttw Gold utt defeated move out ef the facility' and took title AIR CONDITION'Your
She didn't, but they'll be the Black squad T-0 before a also eajftlawd taw POA a4 developer The PGA moved into the newheadquarters
all the
at race
nearly big
needing fr the store any day scene crowd of about 1000 fans at Joke D. MaeArtiwr !II December. but
DOW Kami signed a two-year This particular Corvette was done to perfection, the Commodore's Dudley FieM from dt....iMC the "....-0" .has not taken title

contract calling for an eetimat featuring a beautiful bright blue paint job set off Green cited senior quarter in MgotitttoM to settle contract TheI.tion complainedthat Car at
ed $22,000 a year with the De- .. differences several portions of the
... back Dave alone from Mayfield
troit Lions ThursdayKarrai. .. The Judge's decision was a clubhouse and golf course wereIncomplete
a 250-pound! All.Pro K,.; Randy Humble Ju aeeond round .legal victory for \ although, the contract
defensive tackle, was impended nior end from Knoxville of Nash-; and MacArttiur. who won an earlier called for their com pie.
back Charlie Tries Chevrolet Center
for 11 months along with -- order prohibiting the PGA from lion In November Inc.CHEVROLET
vine aa "outstanding players .
Paul Hornung of the Green Bay
halftime
In a special ceremony -
| Packer by National Football Green also awarded
I League Commissioner Pete Re- Paul Guffee of Nashville the Stanley Kitten Hayward s.sew

|ache for betting on '111I11. annual award for the most Improved -
Xmas laid be would report lineman In spring prac

o the Detroit rookie camp two lice and Trabue the trophy for Closer To Griffith Bout
asks before the veterans are most Improved backfield man
flue to report. Both squads stayed primarily
"I've been working out play with white competition stripes down the middle. As on the round with the Black PHILADELPHIA ((111'1) floored for the first time In his

I basketball handball and can see from the picture chrome exhaust pipes squad dominating play behind Stanley (Kitten) Hayward was career by a right hand from L
working with weights and am you the work of Humble in the annual one step closer today to his Cokea In the second round.
i better shape than I usually (each side had these) came out of the engine compartment Intra.squad clash goal of a title fight with welterweight .

tin at this time of year," the and back under the door. This unusual champion Emile Griffith lUyward said he then 'took

year-old bespectacled !tar.II touch adds a great deal to the looks of the Corvetteand Major Leifwe Leader aa the result of an Impres everything" Cokes had In the
10-pound under his nor- give technical knockout over third round "and I knew I
nil playing weight, said it would be one of the easiest and cheapest waysto By Valtdd Frees l.wn.tioIIalNaUotIll Curtis Cokes could put him away In the

customize one should an owner wish to do so. League.. The year-old Philadelphian fourth-which I did." CUSTOM AIR
G, AB H. Pet
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came off the floor In the welterweight
The interior of the car was really a masterpiecewith Mays SF 12 4T II 23 489
[Low Net Golf bout at the Blue Horl
Brenner matchmaker
the seats done in blue naugahyde with a white Allen Phil 12 51 II B .431Harkns. Teddy OR
son Arena here Friday night to for Madison Square Garden,
T IS .385
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I looking at the picture of the interior the passenger Cin 101 I 15 361 at I:45 of the fourth round. would flint the winner ofa Frigiking Air Conditioning
[By Women Hayward, who went into the bout between lore Stable and
Clmente, Pitt 14 11 I 21 .361
-' w Cater. Phil 125 S 10 .357Stargell. fight as an It upderdog, was Vince Shomo on June it FOR MOST MAKIS A MODELSOCO95

A low net tourney la sched- Pitt 13 SO I IT 340
hied Tuesday for members of Wills mi, Chi 12 50 10 17 .340
[the Winter Haven Women Fox, Hous 11 M T II 331 EXPERT AUTO PRICES START
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j. backbone of household appliances views they usually, afford Using regular 2 x 4 or 2 x (, It can Euetly II Illuitrit.1 . .. .. .. .. . . NOW'
kitchen cabinets, cans, steel riming these housesare be cut like wood and nailed
pastel colored patio furniture, designed to cantilever out like wood but won't warp, sag,
I barbecue grills, fireplaces, over the slope. rot or swell FORMICA TOP
hi dinnerware, coat hangers A new all weather lightweightsteel For .
clocks\ Interior finishing a new Allan .n.etly *i Illsdral.dl I
needles and innerspring, foundation system has method of applying! procetaln to 3DRAWERBachelor All (.....,. (lit Ivnury .f 4..'-..at.d .
mattresses, !uit to name a few. been developed requiring very steel for plumbing fixtures and ': ..m f.rtl
Items which moat of us take foi little excavation thereby make major appliances has Improvedthe Chest All ha.l.t.! rvbb.r tmktonil
granted and would a..oelattwith i ing it possible for builders toto product and lowered the I j .. All have elf<...,.) d.chslSkids !
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steel only if pushed I, continue construction activity cost Nat Adv.of P .t..tlv are. fully."'n scrim lintdlfr tnclvfodl
concentrate. during the usually Idle winter The big thing going for steel i
Actually, according to th bureau there are some 10,000 i consists of a number of steel lion the steel people say is $2 8 MODERN
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different types of steels New' posts secured on Individual concrete permanence with minimum $11700Danska I
ones are constantly be pads with steel perimeter maintenance I Regular $199.00. Your Choice NOW

Pt.o e Do Comport Anywhere!

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7Pc. Dining Room Suite NOW 167 'P 1



CURTAINPRINTS PLUS: Free 32-Piece Set of Dishes Trim Modern . Suited for Todsy't Taste

d King tlie beauty in every sculptured plete. EUgance) to
delight you for Y"'". Shaped rails with decorative fretwork I
Inlaid in th confer. Dovetailed, duttproofed, center 0udd!
LIKE NEVV CLEAN Large Group
,. drawers Non tarnUhabl hardware . mar . scratch .
stain resistant PLASTIC TOPS.
USED FURNITURE GENUINE DOUBLE DRESSER

O TILTING MIRROR
36" to 45" wide Foam Rubber HUGE CHEST
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DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER and PANEL BED
t LARGE PLATE GLASS MIRRORS $ NOW $16 7
Machine) washabe! 4LOUNGE CHOKE OP FINISH
r e 21 10 yd. length* U for $139 new (II I only) . . New BLEACHED WALNUT-NUTMEO


4-DRAWER CHEST 527 CHAIRS Group of Floor Sample

Sold for StlOO MW (II I only) . . Now DECORATORSofa C
Ydws to $".00

I 1 CORNER DESK $'J7 1 Toss Pillows 7 8

SoM for S4 #-II."rYI(I ) . . . Now NOW $38 ,

Not too much of a bargain at that NOW
7-TC, IRONZTONE DINETTE

,'S YdN with Sold gomilito for $B1 Formke raw ( I :rYI) . . . Now 532 MATHER BH T FURNITURE


100'. Foam.Zipper] Coven Of Winter Raven, Inc. M I
4-PC. SECTIONAL SOFAS 596

( .j Values to $$c yd. H bolted M for S279 MW (I only) Now -

PATHWAY \
Very Fhmt. Quality by Ualtod ,qUAil -
Wlece Gray ......, i.! ..d. /
kb Haw
Corner 3rd St. & W. Central
BEDROOM SUITE 597 Aa_ ....
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HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINltR HAVEN, FLORIDA f ago Twsjnty-Or

fared well in the state "team"

I Ridge Bridge cfaampkNtahlp event at Ft
Pierce Ta* team of Doug Han
Alex Steinberg and this columniit .
2 . all of Lakeland and
MOTH "...**. point trew" Ia! tin way Robert Thornhill of Winter Haven .

"'-AI.* Moat Wat playtra wan pre finished eighth overall. The
occupiMi with their dub soft team of Mrs J. G Wood Ted
tfrwtIf they failed to prepare Mw way Harland and Mrs H. G. Norris -
Left Wf for they proper defense again all of Winter Haven . SUN thru WED. S
liys
$; .a. : a epode ..... and Mrs Theo Waits of Lakeland .
DdAIIOJIt M XHt After North's tS opmtai' tad won a sectional fourth. 836 SIXTH STREET N.W.1YKES" .
TO
C- South' ID roaponae Wed always Hall and Thornhill teamed up
REELECTRAY ISeING.NS.fIJT made some level club to win one of the recent 'UI-
bU Eves though N-C uaaafly terpomt games in LakelandThe
H QJ lot to a ftT contract: moat Winter Haven team of BUDGET SLICED OUANTirr SIGHTSEESSersa
D-Alet7. West players persisted m try- Mrs Ted Flinigan. and Mrs
C-(I iC to interfere with repealed Virginia Miller won their riirectkM
Very Hew N-8 or E W teems. club bide TWa had about aa The other maaterpomi
MATTOXM. passed the Wddinf tad deft much effect at trying to drain events was won by Mrs J \I'
he teat that wee' offered by Lake Okeechobt with a Tyner of Plant City and Mrs -
the above hand from a recent apoofe Somewhere In the apir Philip Troho of Lakeland and
'01. Adv. maiterpoint game In Lakeland lied bidding Wed should bid Ma the Lakeland team of Paul '1)aM -
Most South pl.,.,. couldn't
diamond her
void to give partner Dave Hauaemaa
tee the 'biddiu torea tar Uu a killing lead against the expected Tonight there will be a CharIty
'I 6S contract Maaterpoint game in Lakeland -
ELECT There ii nothing the spade at T at Morrison's Cafe. LB. PKG. ..
bidden can do about a tucceta- terla for the benefit of Lake
ful 7C sacrifice by We t. . unless land's Central Avenue Kindergarten 9FLA.
\ ( QUILLAN South shows keen perception Tomorrow afternoon the
by placing N-S in the Winter Haven Duplicate Club
g
optimum contract of TD Actually will start playing Its Monday
YANCEYState normal analysts of the afternoon and Wednesday night
proper bidding makes South'i gasses in a new location at
task routine. After North'sapade the Jaycee Building in Winter
bid South should respond Haven at Sixth St. SE and
Senator 2D. North can use future bids Piedmont. Tuesday night m
to show his heart holding dla. Lakeland the first session of a
mend support and club void. two session Individual Club
rOLK COUNTY South can then count the probable Championship game will be
tricks five spades, five played The second session will
I diamonds, one heart and two be the following Tuesday night
v THESE QUALIFICATIONS club ruffs The diamond slam There will be a masterpoint
la superior to the spade grand game Thursday night in Bar GRADE "A"
slam because South knows dum tow. Next Sunday night there

lACKftROUNDt f.,,,,.,.Ub.r.r; Tt.eh.r; W.lfir. Vitit.r. my'a trumps can be used for will be a 'free Dinner gamein MEDIUM
SI.to *f FUrid; Sp.ci.1 AfltM FoV l ,.u .f litvttti9Ti. his little clubs and dummy'sfifth Lakeland at Morrison
spade for a heart discard both the and dinner will 2
game
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| S.I.l R pr i nt tivt! Itfulitivt brih.tCanegruemns
The grand slam in spades produces cost $1 for a Mother's Day Spe
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Jtmtt A, H Uy. Tth Diirnct Fl.rldi) Att.riuyf.r
a dummy without value clal. _ -, _
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L<9 l tv! C.mmt Oft Public Suds cud Highw.y; for rutting In clubs The shortness SIIII'Jr'.nCII"

Haw Practicing Art.ni.y. In hearts is of no value OLD DOZ.
POINT COMFORT ViUPI
unless North has the heart
> The Chambrilln Hot I
king as well as the tea . In
EDUCATIONS Gr.dv.t. .( FUr.da S.utK.r. Coll.get: AH..Jcd which case South's heart honors probably has the highest ratio
SUtt.ri Gradut..1 of thlpwatchlng among: its
Unlvtriity Call.q..1 l ws| Gt.rg.Wdklitgt make ruffs unnecessary
guests In the United Staten The - - -
** Uiilvtnitv C.llt,. .( Liw. South should also realize thatif
hotel stands with |Its toes In
heart North king does South's not have diamondswill the Hampton Roads through which "SCOTT" COLORED OR WHITE FABULOUS DETERGENT!
tn UM a landlubber
ACTIVITIES IN COLLIttll ..Id.ftl. StyJ.M lady, Ho.., not provide enough discards and synonym craft
-- ships small
Walk Student. l.mkd. Chi Alpha" Fr. crmty. PI 1 Gamma to avoid possible heart loser
almost
pau bumper to bumper
Mu Fr.c.nRy Omicr.it 0.11. K.". Fr.Urnity all NS Only one N.S team made the There art Mil and motor pleasure TOILETTISSUE
Fl.riJ SoutKcrn; ..Id..t. FSC Alumni Aiwclari.il I grand dam in diamonds . . craft pasnenirr ships
...., Phi Alpha D.IU l.fl I Fr.r.rnity Paul Tyler and Dave Hauae- frrlaritera. colliers. olrrrt and FABLARGE
man. Only five N-S teams were naval vessels of all typeaAt .
allowed to make the small
a result or this eliciting
11 MILITARY SERVICE U.S. Army. World War II. Eu,.,... slam In spades. Twice E.W successfully traffic the Chamberllna lifesavers

Tktalr.. I b... .t.... sacrificed In. 7C doubled . clerks. waiters. brUttoys,
Not once did E W let the
malda and porters are tOQ Aftt.I -
as contract with a diamond lead
being divested from their
from East Two N.S teams were REG. ROLL PKG.
AFFILIATIONS Flnt M.thodnt Church UVtl.nd (heard ( duties to identify craft To avoid
Stewards); S...."'. Club! .f Uk.l.nd, Am.riciH Ufien, force.to the fatal TS contractby these work tloppaiea yet keep
E W tacrlficm Instead of
Peel 4 l served .i Ccmntndtrri) Lk R.iu i Eicuriv their uhlpwatchtni guests hap-
Club! (" ..leI.ft"); Child,..'. RtktkiliUtion; ; Reach (Ile.rd gambling on the TD bid High- py the hotel now dlti>butet a
level pr..mptJvt bidding kept
of Dif. l.n); L N
two S teams at the SS level
In A".cl.tl.1! ; and H.",. Service C.ltt.., but they both made six] and description or the
bkeluel.Mulb.rry Ck.pt.r, A"leu Rd Cr.. Around the Circuit 14 print-IP! type thru steam
I or call within eyeshot
'eI, The two Polk County teams
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HARMONY ON THE SCHOOL BOARD

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FLA. GRADE "A" FRESHGROUND
i Rctitious reports have been circulated regarding the Polk County "


\ School' Board's ability to work together in harmony The present Board

FRYER PARTS
has f worked together as the following figures (taken from official BEEFLB.


records) will prove:
BREASTS (with. Rib) LEGS THIGHS


\I During the past 8 months the School Board has met .

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I 29 times. <' '

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other 21 1 split decisions have all been on the Junior

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rl FIRM "RED 'N RIPE"TOMATOES

clash are weighed revised, reconciled, discarded. <.

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the truth and the truth we are searching for 'if whatever Is Li' 2 CARTONS 2S C

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1 I /AIADID 111 CHIf" 111
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CONTINUATION OF THIS SEARCH FOR TRUTH.

"YOUR BEAUTY HOPE" "WHITM WHIT'

I PALMOLIVE SOAP SUPER SUDS 2 lnT 49c


DISTRICT 4 10W SUDS DITUOINT-

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Homeowner i' Vr" ;:'.'". .\j ,\. .:. .,,,0 , . .I"I'" ... ". What ColorMonday I n..d o new .eeuunt cleoneWlat -
!""' Mnd d.uld I buy ?

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no longer "blue"
Take Water thanks to modem home laun-
dry equipment, w still the moat I wouldn't buy until I got a bd
wash day with over . .
popular
on o bu lt- n YOt y tea I IaE1A
80'/ of women. Blue, a quiet
For Granted .siIIt1 calm, relaxing hue, is frequently -
chosen for the bask wall
color of the laundry retreat
NEW YORK (UPI) Water Another popular laundry area : :

water everywhere to abundant 1 color m yellow, that golden hue
moat of ui tike It for feeling of 8un-
that provides a HOFFMAN MAMOtVAC
granted all me on the dreariest day. And
Turn the faucet and there'llbe DhrriberersIMTtU
an unending flow of .... now, with an automatic dryer,
pure .
sere Y.aer ,, : Ban SISS, r V SU
water for drinking and cooking J __,._ the family laundry haa 365 Winter H......, Iorl..
sunshine each
for bathing and laundering days of year.
for lawn sprinkling and
for filling the swimming pool BUGG HOME-This lovely home at 92 Miller.
fur dozens of uses we hardly vL V Drive has been purchased by Mr. end Mrs W. F. Buqq.
-sen think of The sale was made by Helen Eagleton Associate of Edna Repair -
But that unending flow of Watson, Re.ltor.Lumber .
pure water It not always a Modernize
foregone conclusion and the

prospective home owner woulddo - --_._- Manufacturers Seek NOME IUBDEKASSaQIi ION
well to check carefully the N GBEATEI W1i11El Withal with
water supply In the community NEW OWNER-This lovely two-bedroom home at 202 Ave E, SW, hat been pur-
before making his down payment chased by Mrs, Grace Phillips from Mr. and Mrs Clarence J. N.ce This. home was sold Quality
by Helen Whitley of Cypress Gardens Reel Estate, Inc. Improvement Of ProductsA
This is the advice of Robert Materials
F Orth, director of the National Let furnish
us
Water Institute. spokesman for the nation's seeking a general upgrading of
'Most would be home lumber manufacturers reported the quality of U. S. output The the materials e LUMBER
owners take water for granted yesterday that his Industry Is trade association leader said re-
," Orth said "They believeIt S -Si taking steps to imprav the sponslbll'ty\'! for such product e ROOFING
to bt as plentiful as fresh air quality of its pr'ducts and save Improvement rests not alone for the complete e PAINTS
and almost as cheap. And they home buyers up to $100 million with industry but should be a WINDOWS
have no idea bow much waterit joint undertaking of business,
takes to run a home" a year job . . DOORS
Mor.ime'; B Doyle, executive labor government and the public -
Each person In I household, vice preiiden' of the National' He added: e HARDWARE
be said, uses about 60 gallonsof
Lumber Manufacturers Association
water daily, Each adult said the dollar ssvhgs "If business will undertaketo If you are building or remodeling you can save on the
male uses five gallons a min and product imp-ov-,.nt w uld manufacture distribute and coat of materials by purchasing them through us.
result from proposed new size sell only products which will Substantial savings are yours when we can deliver your
and quality standards: now: be. fulfill the needs of the consumerat supplies in a quantity order. Spreading your purchases
(ore lumber producers and users a price which he can affordto around to several I places is costly to you. Let us
For acceptance Dovle told a pay, producer pride will be give you a price on materials for the entire |ob
Dependable Rotary International regional restored by customer confidence -

meeting this Wesc-n Maryland .
----- community: "If labor will undertake to

Plumbing FOGGS' NEW RESIDENCE-This spacious four-b.droom 2t'/, .b.th home at 917 "Our industry .t I; trying to apply its craftsmanship and
Ave, T, SE, has been purchased recently by Mr and Mrs. Howard J. Fogg, who have give the customer his money's manual skills during every
Service. moved here from Old Greenwich Conn, The Foggs have two children, Marlene and worth while at the same time working day, the end result will
0 Jamison Mr. Fogg Is associated with Dorr. I.r: Engineering Ltd. In Barto. The sale Improving the quality -' the be quality excellence products Labor of surpassing '

was handled by Wilma Hudson of Cypress Gardens Real Estate, Inc. product and position improving" our competitive : will\ be buttressed by producer pride

CALL ute A toilet needs five to seven water shortage, Orth said It Is The new standard*. Doyle appreciation
gallons each time it Is flushed hard to imagine the frustrations Purchase HomeAccording explained, would among other
One load of laundry uses 27 of life without an ade things, "require that ill lu 'Vr.
gallons or so for I sudsing and quate water supply.Homeowners To whether green or dry conformto
MACPlumbing two rimes. Air conditioners are forced to specified: sits when It IS Installed
garbage disposals( and automatic ration In summer The number Annual IncomeAnnual in I structure
dishwashers add to th.- of baths Is limited. Showers are "At present," he pouted out
Co. heavy demand. So the average turned off, Many applianceslose Income should be your "a nominal 2 x 10 can vary as
United States family of four their convenience Automatic guide If you're house hunting much as a quarter of an inch t 1 Ittf
210 Sixth St. SW
vies about 240 gallons of water clothes and dishwashers cannot this spring, and an authorityon In one dimension and one.thirty ;; If .
I day at home be used during peak water the subject offers a rule- second of an inch the other. depending .t .
Unless you've lived with a periods Hoses can't be used of-thumb that first-time buyers on the moisture con
freely to wash cars, house might do well to apply. tent whether It IS kiln.drlel,
windows, walks and driveways. air-dried or shipped In the'green' of Winter Haven
Lawn sprinkling Is limited "Most people can afford to
severely condition."
Doy > con
Water pressure In fire buy a home within the rangeof tinned:

hydrants may drop too low to two to two-snd-s-half-tlmes" "A group of nperl i meeting
UMBEW their annual Income, aaya Dick
fight fires properly Beck, a housing expert for Allied under the auspices of !House( and

i If you buy where water facilities Chemfeal's Barrett Dlvl- Mom' magazine estimat that
aren't adequate, not onlytotay't' alon. the adoption of the new standards .
a can mean a saving of a*
for
) Dt> t tomorrow
Orth said, be prepared to foot this"Nat figuring Income," ,Uthwbastlor. adds, "be much as $100 million year to
the American
home uyin,
public
).JtLa -i irfi' =-- the tin. for expansion later asa cause there is often quite adifference ,"
tax paying homeowner

EVERYTHING Build Anything! All the New and Even the old fashioned Is the private and take-home between pay.gross" Income American Doyle urged i dustty all elements to loin of in The Specialized Job of Savings and Loon Assoeiaflons
Better Materials What You Want Where well no longer answer
end When You Want It! Equipped to Render aComplete to I certain supply of water
The growth of a community
Service to Both Contract .
Building Supply
and Its demands on the
Builder and Homeowner.Flrweed available water may change l'n
water patterns and make aonce
fon.tliii Pw All Uses bundant well Insufficient
AlsmleAwslsg" I ...1..... W14ws I Dews And this same growthof
N.....,. All KM* el him ft VenltkPlyweed population may create a :
Reef!.. problem of water contamination.

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FREE COUNTY-WIDE DELIVERY

Another important item to
SUPPLY
BAGWELL BUILDING check before buying, Orth em

293413 phaslied is the sewage disposal
system of the community. It .
RIM Rang Road Winter Haven, Florida should be a central system "

with proper treatment facilities LEISURE DRIVE-This
lovely thrse-bedroom, two
bath home at 2044 leisure Drive, NW, Leisure ShortS,
. While septic tanks and cesspools was purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs Frank Brown
t can be efficient, they require from Space Lend Company, The Browns moved to Winter
INVITATION I careful design, location Haven from Jacksonville Mr. Brown Is a certified public I
and maintenance U they become accountant with Vineyard and Company. The sale was
I clogged with wastes negotiated by Charles Chupp of Space Land Co.
especially synthetics that don'tdissolve

toGLORIOUS readily seepage results rttaattt rBETTER
and water supplies can -

become contaminated
i LIVING

Today Orth said more than
'l,. 5.000 communities the United
tW' In your own beautiful lakefront States are without adequate
4 apartment directly on Spring Lakel sewage treatment facilities. In
1962 almost 230,000 homes were
tg INSPECT and COMPAREWINlEIUIAVEN built without access to a e w e r
lines Another 100,000 were built
: last year


!!@pJURDIRECTLY :! When the hundreds these houses of thousands are addedto of

older homes already! using antiquated
ON SPRING LAKE couC% methods of waste

difficult disposal, drainage seepage and may contamination become BLOCKS! WE WATCH

/ Acel.I..-... *l the .uHUnJInj ...", ..1. .f lui.ri.g. *p.r<.mtnt result Orth said
k, |U.'nl' lit .". .f the final UcttioM In all Fl.rU.I,


Gorgeous 1 & 2 1.1 l.droomlob"Oftt Va & 210ths apartmetirs rl BRICKS TOO e e e e EXPENSE LIKE A HAWK(


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Sp.cl.vi reels, g.areva ,I..... c
Saf.ty..I. ,.... .th.
when it comes to closing costs on a

COMPLETE RECREATION FACILITIES

H.tt.4 pool l, fiikiRfl a. Met del pvHInf frttn, loan. Our business is to
lkMffl.k..rd. R.cr.ill.ii C.. ,f with .-..* ... I mortgage pro
c.rd, re.m.,


CON-DO-MIN-IUM ownership! Deed & Title ... . .. -''' tect the interests of a customer by
Visit Our Showroom .
policy t. every apartment. !

Display Made" keeping expense to a minimum.Page .
"Eger "Distributing"NATURAL
$10,750 $45
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PLUMBING FIXTURES IUfFCOMPLm
>lw4 MODIL APAITMINT .awe every .T
U .... te ,.... WHITIVAIIED
Oar tile W,,", khehes. e.dMaadry. BUFF ROCK FACE LINE
Year plsaki.g= WHITE ROCK FACE IN THE
1100 6TH STREET, N.W.U. wastes ... s.Fply Epee a .
MARILE ROCK 'ACICLAY HICK %
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Another waterfront Condominium apartment ''C* >
'o" development' superb by Irving Z. Mann i Associates 11 NW3 WO 7-1175 203 AYE, A, N.W. OF WINTER HAnK CT 4.3101r


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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA P.q. Twwiry-Thrw

ReElectGLEHDARTY I 1K-OLORhD: :: nSHMIAMI 'Muc Of' r'.4IV1IIeR2ILXT culture Extension Service And Tow '
rt. UPI The Keystone Kops Celebrate : CaJif I UPI red natln petunia male brltu It RwCi CMMVK
I 1 names of the many puTOtfiahcs To gay that flower seeds are NtG an ee.o0,
I like t those at the Miami Beainnniim worth their weight In toM MIL I POOLE, C.LU.
I Rake Idea of their would be a missUUment Borne
STATE ATTORNEY in seeds sir worth Our of the world ... CHAKTIRiD LIFE UNDMWMTMOv.
mid color rmerald. trrenaclianl Their Golden Anniversary much more. lamest < ilItrUonit
led rainbow. purple than that of authenticated. *'oodp.rl..c. i. C*.*rsl, .FUH4..
4'
,ibboti, scoichfd and gaud One miner of iloxlnt seed sample specimens Is houwd in, $;We..Ml Aiilitnq .oplt Sl.. SfM
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Veterans They were the Mffwt .haws commands $110O the Ni York State ,..
on the marketaccording w Coll. d I PI.nnn"< and lui to( 'rice fr.W.n.1.U04 .
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l of the world's lanieat police there ever wa Everybody: gal 'to .J.'k Blvltx of the Foi..tl y at Syiudiv ti i islty ,
IIIi'I llIlIlllIIllIllIlIIlIlIlIlIllIllhllliiJ \ force the Reps. into the act They were .happy, >(Hh S.C.
oIiIl,I pl, ,, Keyataw UnUti-tiN t'aht["nnt. "Uii ,. St. -- %, CY3-1 Mlnns
; ( are celebrstini their foMen. aaniveraary hectic daya'A "'" 'd "UP"'" I f. In.. Co.
_i ,, more than 10 yearsof group oc Kept plasisMd to __ n_
screwball antics. celebrate their aanlvaraary at
No gift is more appreciated fjg The Rape awl their\ meator. the mevMand wax muMun, a
the great director Meek ...- rilmland attraction that haiK.t
on Mother's Day than a -p nett, bunt onto the scream. e 4 was futures of atart Approprl-
an infant movie taduatry back alary eouugh. the boys will celebrate
in If U. The boys might be clebratinf I. with a pie tswawlm.
WORLD I their gotdea aanivet t i- brawl reminlaceftt of old slap-.
ary two year late \but It woa't tick daya.
laaafD their enthusiasm. TIle Keystone era spirit was
The Keystone Rope made aa probably summed by the elderly VOTE FOR
impact on early motion picture I Calvif, whea he a a i d ,
BIBLE I audience which was to keep "springtime. Is here My feet
the uniformed clowns on movie are tttttot Itchy I'd like to be J.B. THORNHILL Jr.
screens for many years, weD the only year-old\ boy who ; ,
KINO JAMCI VERSION into the 1930s! rum away and Joins the ciseQs.
Only a few of the original ." ,
,4
i- Keystone policemen\ are alive
today Among them la Chester YOUR
Conklin a resident of the motion K4RLY: LVTIHRWTRENTOW.+ :
picture home for retired N J. ahowfolk Lutherans were piactleliHt their
:= Conklin and those early film TAX COLLECTOR
i flit Ion In New Jersey 21 years.
comedians regaled audienceswith before it became a ttate

their frantic chases, pl.I -. Lutheran records show that Fee t" ............ .f r...deN af Winter H.*.., I pled.. so
tossing and general tomfoolery.Conklin a* early aa 1643 Swedish Lutherans 'It ..*. direct ,,.M Hue .ImMlM.. M ,1Iet fen any sail. Its tw tlafftae .
TS. said, "they can't had their own pastor lectern lit Nit.. whkmt amla. ,. sv ...* 11I1..... .otI
make comedies like the Keystone the Rev Israel Hoists Fluvlan> ........
Kops these days. We'd der at Fort EHabori. a larrlon -
act up our cameras on any .
> on the eastern aide! of the \ i -
street in Los Angeles, and If a Delaware River. near the pr...- fPlii: :,C able''fEUf; IQ .'iE!: orjt m\tca" ( lj ,
crowd we'd hire few
gathered a ent town cf Sairm In south '
cops away on from the spot the to action.keep people We'd Jersey according to Dr. Albeit Bush1 SS.J: 'ke: ; R ntlm\ \' ((9R Ci\tl rj: : ... JfipT \ :
P Staudrimanof TheLutheianmagazine '
think up Jokes and gags as wt. .' X, :'Cbllec' 'or'si ""oUten'io i .'
went along Such a thing U unheard
of these days"
\a %' 'ilUlllll Conklin was asked what elements -
made the Keystone Rope
so popular.
"It was Bennett," he said
'He was a great comedy producer
because he'd laugh at
you all the time, II.'. be thereIn
front of the camera laughIng S
k and you'd break your neck
to make him laugh That was Winter Haven
one secret of the Keystone's
success
"And pictures were new. Almost
s
anything you did that was
funny would get a laujh And
we put a lot of speed In the Attorneys endorseJAMES
This year delight Mother with a luxuriously bound,beautifully pictures" r
illustrated Bible. Choose from our wide selection of fine World Conklin said there were only 1t

Bibles . many with Concordance and special reference 10 regular other persons Kopa. but through hundredsof the

features, some with extra large type. All printed on ultra-thin, years put on a uniform and
opaque World Indo-Text India paper. took part In an occasional W. Li
scene Many of Hollywood'soldtimers
HERITAGE SIMPLIFIED HERITAGE LARGE PRINT men such as Eddie
REFERENCE BIBLES BIBLES Gribbon, Andy Clyde Charles i
superb for personal use with with extremely clear, Urge type, Dilti. Eddie Leveque and Pinto _
I simplified center column reference lime reference feature at Bibles Colvlg occasionally worked as KYNES
system, Concordance Readers' above Black or white bindings, Keystone Kops while holding
Aids. In white leather black or from$7.50 to 11275. town other studio Jobs as writ. :
era and directors
red J900 and SIO,50.
morocco
Colvlg, 71, the
now explained d
Other beautiful World Bibles from$2.2510 S
tS.
attraction that playing a Keystone
*. 0!:* .. ? ...(K, ,"- '...t,5 Kop held fo\ (ear1y,day: FORATTORNEY

, Winter Haven Book Store movie"Anytime actors they had something

with policemen In It somebody
!272 W Central CY 3-4241 1, would ask to put on a hat and
he In lIMo scene he said GENERALe




HAMP ROGERS PRAISED e



POLK'S NEWS MEDIA HAVE WATCHED


VAMP ROGERS IN ACTION. HERE'S WHAT :e believe Jimmy Kynes particularly well fitted to be


THEY SAY ABOUT HIS 17 YEARS OF Florida's Attorney General. It goes without saying that being


SUCCESSFUL POLICE LEADERSHIP. Attorney General is an exacting job requiring a special sort of


man. He must, of course, be smart and knowledgeable, and havea

THE POLK COUNTY DEMOCRAT

keen sense of justice unaffected by race, religion and section-

lamp RofTfr" one of Polk coun-

ty'a best known law enforcement officers alism. He must be able to meet and deal with citizens and

counts among hit personal

qualities qualifications and his to experience make a topnotch all the 1 ;a 'a g i M officials, and to direct a staff of lawyers and aides.

'
sheriff. 'J; !J
As a deputy under two previous 8. a i
sheriffs, he knows by personal experience a i d t < "We like very much the way Kynes measures up, and we
0.0 f-4
facet of field work
every "a
that a lawman should know. As d':= w. w en know too, that he will bring youth and vigor to the office, plus

chief of the criminal division under ti" tone

sheriff, he has bad practical o :i .S "
and successful administrative experi! t o q :;! demonstrated qualities of warmth and human understanding.

ence. t

He was chief of security, at Bar- 4 r.!.
C ...
tow Air Base before Joining the WInter >, e a c" !

Haven police department, where b tsa
he is now chief of detectives. i A. SUMMERLIN PETE KALOGRIDJS JULIAN BENNETT
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Throughout his law enforcement a. _
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experience, Hamp Rogers has i i
e
proved himself a canny. and courageous :l ;; .i HENRY L JOLLAY H. CRITTENDEN ROY SUMMERLINJOE
foe of crime and criminals Combined -= y t 'CJ
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with the highest degree of personal 17 it. a .

; ledge Integrity of Polk county and Intimate, Roger's know ex tIeS.a I;if:; TOM B. WALKERED MORTON J. HAN ON, L SHARIT JR.

I perience can make him one of Flor

ida's outstanding: sheriffs.

THREADGILL J. MASON WINES HARRY E. KINGJ.




ELECT CUFTON L HOWELL, JR. ROBERT L STAUFER WILLIAM BABE




HAMP ROGERS BOBBY A. WEBB ., GUY A. McPHERSON WALTER G. BELLPd.




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p. TWnty-Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA
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Duplicate Activities Of Interest ';ROOl\n loin farmer. Mart AU"'SI with tUft bigger) -A Idea potato REELECTLEON t. w


can have lower production coats

The analogy oones free a recent -
Bridge Club To Haven Tourist Club agriculture research survey
by the University of Idaho, But
GATE SHOPPING It depends the survey says. on t
CENTER Dr. W D. Butt, director The Winter Haven Tourist coitus William Dlebler, Mortal how you toe the line before the
wishes to remind the duplicateclub Club summer activities are aa Miller John Wlngate,Joe Peck, advice works. THORNTONCONSTABLE
Whiter Haw..'. No, 1 Stopping Center of the 12'10 luncheon tomorrow followsThuraday evening procreative John BallenUne, Joe Spangler, farmer has
The report says a
CY.212' at the club'i first card party with fin Orva Ottgen, Archie Benedictand hundredweight .
costs
per
leas production
meeting In the new Junior tablet of bridge and one tableof Joe Paqu l. Ed Shrlver if he
of
BI I Ixal Chamber of Commerce build. pinochle with alx ptayers and Ernest Garrison are In potatoes
ing 1 located at the comer of for a total of 16 membera.Friday charge. produces MO acres smaller of potatoes
than If he ha a acreage
Sixth and Piedmont SE. All evening shuffleboard .
Members on the alekliatareMra. providing he owns A tan compliment
a party was held with 14 court
duplicate players welcome.Then Pearl Bart who had SMI
of the necessary potato
In and later rained out 4
were 12 tablet In play Monday play afternoon Art eye operation the Winter Haven planting, cultivating/ and harvesting District
I'
at the Monday Matter point "....le-craft Class. Hospital.George Martin very equipment
Ktmt Winter Haven players ill and at 'horn Mrs Anna
took top honors In ti>e north. party Monday with evening 14 court abuffleboard fat pia,. Mraaek, bone la her wrist la The survey says the cost "ss
with Mrs, John not and it borne. Fred
south section healing
9 cents Ins per hundredweight
Black and Bed teama playing Constable will thatI
Wood and Mrt R D. Hogan Black winner. Ed Shrlver was Haaen had another bad spell for a 300-scre potato enterprisethan My record as prove
winning Two Lakeland pain In charge. .. and Is at home Mra. Pearl for one 140 acres In slee I am well qualified for Hill office.
second and third Hazen had another bed spell and
won posh Wednesday afternoon Ladle The principal reason for lower
lont Mri, C W. Thompson ia at home. Mr*. Ruby Thomson -
: -
Card party with six tables of per hundredweight cost was a
had another stroke and la Your Vote & Will Be Appreciated
and 0. 0 Feaster Jr. second bridge and one-five-handed more efficient use of machine Support
Bates and Mrs B. at home in Walworth, Wise.
Mr* Jean
table of pinochle for a total as acreagea Increase, the surrey
Mra. Al Arnurlus 1 at home
Dancy. third A Winter Haven of 31 playtrt. Mra. Beatrice said ,eI. ,.1. Ad.
pair placed fourth Mri. H Evans was hostess recuperatlnc.Membenwhohlvepurcha.ed
n s I 0II G. Morris and Ted Harland. Every Tuesday and Thursday
r Ja In the tait.weit section tint evening at 1 p.m. a shuffle- home. here recently are: Mr.
place honon went to Mrs, N board tournament league will and Mrs Hugh Roger, Mr. and
E Miller Jr." Winter Haven play with 10 teama. Our mem- Mr. HotchUsa, Mr. and Mr. VOTE FOR
and Mri J P Tyner. Plant ben are Mr. and Mr. Ed Elwood Ireland, Mr. and Mr.
SUN. RESTAURANT SPECIAL city Second place was won Shriver, Irving Baxter, Charles Bruce Valentine, Mr. and Mr*.
by a Lakeland couple, Mrs Cantor, Pauline Rose, Etta Bernard Westendorf, Mr. and ,
Eric Murray and Mri. Curb Shabala, Walter Leonhard, Mr. Victor McCoy, and Rev.
Cox. Two Winter Haven pairs Ernest Garrison, Earl Myera, Archie Benedict.
ROAST PORK WITH DRESSINGComplete placed third and fourth. Mrs William Plckena, John Sam- Welcome to Winter Haven. ] PAT
Robert Welsh and Mri Harry f "
King third, and Mrs Frank

Dinner 82c stapor fourth and Bob Thornhtll, History Lives Again GORDONSHERIFF

Those with above average -
tame were Mr and Mra. 0. M. For Jordan Tourist l
MONTH OF MAY Mulkey Mrs Graham Coch-
FREE! rane of Auburndale, Mri. -
ONE FREE TUMBLERPlus United Press International BELOW LIES the garden ofOesthemane
G. W. Brown Mri. L. W
ClUI Fogg, Mr. W, D. Hurt and History can come alive for scene of Chi 1st's .
with of ouch BURGER
Coupon purchase betrayal a tiny grove of gnarled
Mri. Otis Porter all of Winter the American tourist in Jordan
olive trees and beds of flowers
I coupon rdemoble for h.. Coddy. Haven and one lakeland In that ancient Biblical land tended by Franciscan monks
player, Mrs, Perry Blakemore. are places holy to Christian OF POLK COUNTY
Nearby is the Church of All
May( 1.31 only) There were six tablet In playat Jew and Moslem and a people Nations and the multl-splred
Wednesday night'i game. who speak of the past almost a*
Russian church of St Mary
Placing first In the north-iouth If of the present, QUALIFICATIONS -

: f: G( : iJlh\'G8\ 'STA S i Cochrane section were, Auburndale Mr. Graham, and of In the Bethlehem Nativity over la the the Manger Church Magdalene Each of the hotel's 204 guestrooms P.t ki hid many yeses .f ctul .p..i.ftu I In lw nlcrctmtnl (nJ Invtitifttivt w.. Fr

Mrs Ted Flanlgan, Winter where tradition rays the Christ has a picture window mar thin tee years, m.J. lnvafigsoions! for lawyers and Insurance compontii; served I In U.S.
with a view of the Holy city World War II Gr.duaUd from Fit School Saved .> ConiUblo .f She
Co t Guard durlna. ;
Haven tecond. Thomhlll child was born nearly 20 cen- *> ;
BELOW ARE LISTED JUST A FEW OF THE were
and the crenelated blown stonewall and SK.nf) of Polk from ItSl thru March, ItSt. During
and Carroll De Loach of Win. tulles ago. The 10th century Sob Diitrlct for sighs yoon 01 County
HUNDREDS OF ITEMS THAT ARE ON ter Haven were lecond. Crusader worshipped here, built In the 16th centuryby all .h... ,.... Pit l h. n...' mistreated a pnon, hoi sever hot it or lillod a porton. P.' hit

REXALL'S ORIGINAL 1c SALE SO B:! SURE In the east.weit section Mri. striding through a great atone Damascus Suleiman the Gate Magnificent Is about a rondirod fair and Impartial triatmonf to all.

TO SHOP THE ENTIRE STORE FOR THE L W Fogg and Mrs N. E. doorway which since has been 10-mlnute walk away Automobiles
OTHER OUTSTANDING BUYS !11! Miller Jr placed first with narrowed and lowered so that and pedestrians squeeze THE RECORDS SHOW
all who enter must first stoop asa
Mr. and Mr.. II. S. Brackneyin through narrow winding streets
second place. gesture of humility which once were thoroughfares Pat Gordon saved the Taxpayer money while he wit Sheriff. He can save youmoney
RUBBING ALCOHOL Rachel's tomb
Close by la
2 FOR 80"SMALL Those with above average for donkey and camel. In streets
below the winding again!
and highway
I riNMT OIADI . .... To. ... were Mrs, W. D. Burt, K. barred to vehicular traffic down
Chamberlain Mra Betty along the Steep mountainsidetoward time and foot.wain stone stairways Th. ..c..". I In tho County Commiitionori' .ffice show the yearly .....,. tpont by Pit Gordon

ASPIRIN TABLETS 2 70* Grant and Frank Stipor. the the Kldron wall of Valley old Jerusalem where' and in narrow passages wn $ISl.iii, 01 compirod. a yearly avorifo spent ky the ,,..ftl H.ld..f $511.50',67.

'FOR one day, according to ancient 'are native bazaars offering the For full four year Sores' this will man a diffironco of |I,711,140.
FAMOUS SXALl-M..>e . .... ate . YUCATAN, Mexico wait of the middle east
'TJFIi teachings, all the wotld'i souls
.V young Maryknoll mtaloiver! must gather for final judgment there also are the Via Dolo-
A VOTE FOR PAT GORDON
SACCHARIN\ 2tXALUtei FOR 120 rom Brooklyn, NY, with the . losa. the way of the Cioss and
the
Church of the Holy Sepulchu. -
. .... mpr saive name of Father Rob- THE CRUSADERS fought
U MAIN tJ traditional site of the crucifixion
'rt E: Lee hat under Mi
tutelage their way across Europe and the IS A VOTE
|the sore of Indian burial and resuirection
Mayan (aim11 Middle East to reach the Holy
SUPPOSITORIES' 2 54 -' who students Here too is the Walling Wall,
FOR Land Some took years to make
ion. the remnants of the
aim e.!>>.*.... A4uHo Infants .... ... the journey many died along Jews ancient AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME
green Father Lee aUgn them the way temple where once Bathf -

Mi-31 ANTISEPTIC 90'FMWM to work an hour In the mlsn'on Recently by the miracle of rd to lament destruction

, 2 FOR vegetable garden under the eye modem jet transportation, a INTER ,
SHOP IN PAID POLITICAL AOVf
aeuJI PJMitliwMii la-en. MM. MM Ilf a catechlst. aioup of American writers and
One afternoon the catrtttlutomplnlned other guests of Intercontinental
MOHACET A.P.C. 2 120 to the print that he Hotels made It In about 15!
FOR !lound the boys sitting dose\ on hours via Pan Ameilcan from
b TA.LITS-t.. . .... Ill ..'.. ,. he Job. "Don't expect us took New YOlk to Beirut and thm HERE'S . iDQVWt ilMf .JlfeSTOREY
all the time" our of theO by middle eastern airline, to .
1 FOOT POWDER 2 fOR 56 rFAMOUS ') }'$ retorted 'Evi-n the p dii JriURilem
itt down during!/ a HIIII i MnIMSW60D" The occasion was the opeiiln'"
aiKALL.... . MM II*
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of the Jerusalem Intri routine ntat. -
the 25th In a Blowing chain IS THE MAN !

MILK of MAGNESIA 2 fOR 64 7 71, of hotels glidling the globe
The $3 i million hotel sits:
.. .....
MIXALL PLAIN or MINT-11-M. SI.
atop the fabled Mt... of Olive
Its low silhouette adapting Itself -
MULTIVITAMINS 2 fOR 299 serenely to the atmosphere

IXALL fANOVITS... . .... *,M and contour of the ancient

ouutiyslde Its seven aichways overlook EXPERIENCE COUNTSEvery
COTTON SWABS
2 FOR GO I the old city walls toaid the

SXALL OWIK-tWAB__.. . .... IS. Dome of the Rock a Moslem
mosque over the lock when candidate puts his best foot forward in stating his qualification Below

ADHESIVE TAPE 2 fOR 44! biblical piepaied historians to sacrifice say Abraham his son I It .all.!!. of the governmental experience lilted by the Group 3 candidate for

MIXALL ">1* V_.. . .... I.. Isaac State Representative In their own campaign literature. Such experience Is the

GAUZE BANDAGE 2 31; /difference between a State Representative who can go right to work effective

Fog ly, and one who need one or more terms to "get ready" at taxpayer *xpn.*.
MCXALL fit VoMM.. M*
ONLY CLARK STONE

HAIR SPRAY 2 FOR I51

MMOUe SLITS MIT . .... I.M

,1'\ HORMONE CREAM 2 FOR 251 has pledged to expose tbs affair of WALLACE STOW DAVID HIGGINIOTTOM

tile Circuit Court Clerk'i office to A 44.,... .W
1 I FAMOUa "AaA MOMS . .... at* aracticinf; FrottBroef aHorney. li-
you, the public. A 14-yoar-old !practitlno; lartow attorney, Storoyliitt o inbeN.M. lilt 4 yean at City Attorney of Frottpreef;

I FACE POWDER LOOSE eft }51 I years at mil tint '.''k County Attorney; 4 a term at Pretident of the Rill,. loee.uo of Maobipai.!!
FOR tie,; and I yea at a Member ef the Polk County Z..-
FAMOUS .AIA MOMS . .... LN month at Chotrmm, Pelt County Plonnlnf bard; } bio Committee.KINGSWOOD.

year* 01 City AH.moy f.r Mulborry; 4 ", ..th. at ittiitant -
LIQUID FOUNDATION 2FOR 151 SPROTT JR.GENE
Countol. Intorlm Loeitlolivo Commlrtoo, Florldo .

lasou5 AMA NOM1.... ..N A IO.y.ar.Id lat. W.I., .... .
L.I.I"u'.1! ; I you .. City Jiidoo of Fort Mood; I IK peafotoq .ft.,
Spn# lists service udafae0 1'.1011 Defad fee
tI
i DANDRUFF SHAMP002 FOR 99 yoon at City A"."'.' of lartow 4 montht at 1'..... "Pals. Htghleads. 3 H..". C..li..1 sod Lai.I.II.r

FAHOUa MIXALL . MM. M _. tutor. Criminal" Court of Record; } yeah working !M Asssteat Path CoUftty D.le.a..s. 1"1 FI..III. LeesI.e.

Adminlitrotivo Office, (..." .f County Commiuionort; ;
SHAVE CREAM *
2 FOR 99 1 ,.... worhinf I I.. C.unty To* A.......'. Office; andI WEST

FAMOUS Oia AU.'a' "i O.OL . .... Noe 1
I year worhinf .U tho County Judfe't Offico. No litereturo available.

AFTER-SHAVE LOTION 2 fOlt 70*

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'a mo4ie M. U aae

DUSTING POWDER 2 FOR 201 FOR STRONG, EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATIONELECT

A..osTNNIA0IANCU . .... ill i


DEODORANT 2 FOR 99 I

cel ate. *" w MM. 'l-eorwr,. .... to. WALLACE L.

WRITING TABLETS 2 FOR 26'LITI For dedtcejtlea t. your (I.ttrnh . .

I,!"**' . .... lie .

, ENVELOPES 2 FOR ll ELECTCLARK r STOREY

I PLAIN a,*.*" . tie

! BOXED STATIONERY 2 FOR }01 STONECLERK

AitoaTie SISIOIM . ..*. t..*
STATE REPRESENTATIVE

;:."::'' .:- .;:. = : CIRCUIT COURT
,.... ...- ,... -.....,-. ,.. .,'!!\ Group 3 .
"", .'!t'' II It. ................ :4 Polk County


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May
WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHIE -WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Page Twenty-Fix

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'nW' w.a HOW ATODOTMAT
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A 4JOO St&AI.' 14 u G COt
X THINK ? RE-ELECT

ELECT . / e ILL HAVEANOTMS8 / BUD coowr NO5SOOUWS J

ANato / Scheeitari

I AWHlTEB I' r t

HAVEN 4


I :::. c s Member '.

I[BEETLE- BAILEY --- /

IIUSINESSMaf . _.
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Ji AUSTIN T. RACE JR.
/. H ,\/>.R4sf>(. MX o-nun trams each work I ,
Married' Lutheran Minister MINNEAPOLIS, Minn UPI' 13 ui 14 tamer a aeonwi. with
The Mm Club of Assump- I'.rh' member contrlbutlnt
lion Pariah of the Roman Calh about 40 hours a ....n. FOR BETTER SCHOOLS
TAX COLLECTOR olio Church nearby Richfield' The cleanup work la done at
i | Studies To Become Priest 'b.. an unusual method of earndawn, with wlvoa of the memIng EXPERIENCED DEPENDABLEVOTE
money for the partah here picking W the browns after
The 500-member dub holds their huaoanals ,leave for work
MAINZ Germany (UPI) It was not known whether they FOR
the contract to keep' MrtropoU-
Ernest A Beck, former Lu _
a would join him In Mains -
11Stark Ginn therm minister who I I. married Migr Hermann Volk, bishop tan American Btadlum Lta'II home MIIIII""olaThf'rl'of the are 41 mountains In GOOD EDUCATION FOR POLK COM .
and the father of two children' of Msini, and Augitin Cardinal Twine clean 1"h1' 'ul1trl\'t III CalifornIa which tower 10000 Pot AJ, kyAu.InT Sac..1. Camp;,. Fund
arrived here Thursday to continue .. Bea German-born head of the worth\ more than t?: S,000 a tear' feel or hlghl'r k I. St.uf.r, T,....
I For 14 Years hit studies toward ordma Secretarial for Christian Unity
tion a* a Roman Catholic priest petitioned Pope I'lul1 for
I Beck formerly minister at Beck dispensation Richard
Winter Haven I the Holy Trinity Lutheran Cardinal Cushing of Boston also WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY..KIIF YOUR IYI ON GRANTS
a Church in North Bergen N.J.. supported the application.
I Is the first American liven

1f.Merchant[ ing full papal.fledged the dispensation full priest rights. while of to marriage become retain a Heidel Elected Extra gift savings for Mother. .

Tax Payer Five former Protestant minis
luxurious intimates
|
| tera of other nationalities all easy-care
married have been given similar President Of
Civic Supporter dispensation in the past
A spokesman for the Maim '
Seminary said date has (
no
A Trained Administrator H been set for Beck'i ordination. FAE Group
ID Church sources said It may
An Experienced Businessman take him six months to complete 1
his Itud!... The County Coordinator of \e :
)f> 0 A Patriotic Citizen m Beck was converted to Roman Adult duration, Carl M Gr "f-ou'n \Z ,
Catholicism In April 1954. Since Heldel, has been elected president c
Consecrated Church Worker fflv then he has studied at the Benedictine of the Florida Adult Education I'SIS LINGERIE
ID Seminary at Conception Association for 1984-1985
Mo.. and recently taught The Florida Adult Education
Dedicated Civic Worker TD
at Corpus Christ High Schoolin Association has approximately AND SLEEPWEAR
.. St Louis 850 adult education: teacheraand
A Devoted Family Man His wife Dorothy and children principals throughout the 4 I lt
Michael. 13 and Monica 9, have tate of >Florida t + +
I D Member of Winter Haven Chamber of fflv been living In Oklahoma City Heldel has been In the Adult Only 2.99
and Veterans Education Program

Commerce and Winter Haven Down ........= . ........ for the past IS y.an. cHecuae c\\
Jyk :' '' ' He ts a member of the National
t
town Council. '
.J.1.t; ,. Association of Public : '
school: Adult Educators,Florida you love her, pay tribute to her fl'l1\- t t
,
I VOTE FOR i : ducatlon Association, and Is ininity with three fabulous lingerie gifts!
.K'INGSWOOD a charter member of the Florida A Cones fertile. Gewnti,, Waltz shifts button
.. I ,xrectlonal tducatlon Association
k. ' d' fronts Dainty floral print, pastels S, M, L. i
;
t STARK F. GINN JR. J ).;. . ;; lie holds an AB degree from I. Supine/ Ceffen Slipil Fine, luxurious cotton / i hrnnisrarrn Itrnmt
: 8" .R.'O..ftJ"R"\ : 1'lor da southern College and a with shadow panela, embroidery, 32 to 44. txjr A
( ( 1.tf'r', from Florida
: ''' i:. ; degree C Doc,."* s>elyitrnyleicsnei Sllpii Airy,cool rsis PUSS
'soh I
f Tax Collector ritXtSmmmmmn: > ';.jk| nlveraltyI County's last FAfcAPr wash-wear fabric in anowy white 32: to 44 GOWNS.. LONG
: s lent was (he late Harry D D. lace-trimmed ftttl-Sllcn Dacron* pulyeater-
PaU Political, Mw by Stark C.im H j ; : Mull on, In 1964 nylon-cotton; nylon tricot 8, M, L, l XL. OR WalTl1lNGTil

1v ""aN -1f--.1 L.t.tj t ( .; Iw': <. .ii.jj I. c."... ....... toby Dell P.|....... Frilly confections
SHOP IN WINTER IIAVEN sprinkled with pales 8, M, L.
QnIy ',99Not

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OMTM'"*lri* -* --OWMI Shins Of r

An UNSOLICITED Letter Received By adorable button fronia.Baby Ptlnu Doll,pajamas solids; Or of chooe the same ion t Itautiful roll*'lion of
cloud.U.ht fabric. In pulat! &lnll. 8, M, Uliranil airily' a..1 l gowns Shift.
r + button fronts' I'uiiel| :34
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H. L. "Shorty" PALMERCandidate





In May 1st Democratic Primary For



SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION

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FELLOW CITIZENS AND VOTERS:


trHnlrs ..,'wee
The emdereigntd wishes to give hit unqualified endorsement of H. L. "Shorty" flORAL

Fainter, candidate the office' Supervisor of Polk County ," I
PRINT COnOM /

IATISTE GOWNS
Why? -bocaM. I have ktowsj him very lurlmotelv( tlnco 1 f... When I was M a. a \ _ _

Active Pastor (lott-iWe Baptist) he was Choir mo* of the lnlWlnq Committee,

i Prtsldent of the Brotherhood, Son, Director, Tither, and few Piston ever bod o Only 2.99 '

more loyal, cooperative, end cofttclentlovi and gr.ot./heated friend then I Iliad

!I. IrotllerMf.' .

Walt, button\ fronts, In
Also, loco I bow Mr. Palmer Intimately In I bvtUett deallat, I con vouch for dainty pustrU. Itufflro, I Z
kit of character hit ethical kit of lam triiif. ('oral.. M.yare y l D
Integrity practice, mono?emet am nptedatebvtlajott
Ulmle H, M and L .A.Af t .
office for many ,... Shorty hot a hooch for haexlllnq ,..plo and /

wf..I., frlendt. A. Suailma* C.".., tllesi' Fine, luxurious cotton t'
with shadow panels, embroidery Size 32-44
/
This Importoot poblte service office of SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION for I. Discos /.lye.t.r' *eyln-eHen (ll,.i Airy, t
POLK COUNTY shield hove 0 man of N,. Palmet't typo and penooafity I mike cool wash'wear fabric in anowy whit. :7244C \

bold to toy "'... gales) to vote for him" nd hope you win too ON May Srh lathe C."." le.li.e ..It, Dell Felonies| FrWy con- S4
Porno erotic Prlma-y. faction sprinkled with ponies. 8, M, L

'.J! 0 De. ,..,e,."ylen-ce"ei. lily D."..
Met SMcom"SIIN4 9 M. adorable lit delicate put.).. 8, M. U

: M. J. SHULTZ Retired

Mlohtor, Edocotor, .... IN./ Peal-.lip of DemJrlI pedyest"r + j
cotton or nylon. trim lark favorite ffoetwi r t + p
+
7 o
with Uc:* Short. Aver. Small, Medium. Large *,r s'S L

ElectH. WALTZ LENGTH NYLCN GOWNS c

I. ', ..., mafic to make her Only 4 Ca
look lice Shifts ,,
a prince
L button fronts adrift with..,
"Shorty" 3 99
quiaite embroidery 8. M L .




SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION -j .> GSAN..T "Q, Q4' I SOUTHEAST PLAZA

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Hrsssusetltrsrwlgeiels.el slasrr ..... Hag Twenty-Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA


The Fantastic 'FantastkkTMarks challenge as .power tile ad broadway a eo ...sore.... .
Par men thsus a year he baa .
1 been carefully preparing far a

musical vendee of the late __.. I
Its Fourth Birthday Marjorie KI Prise i I.a a novel n Rawliags'Pulttser "The. I

NEW YORK (UPI-If ever I 10.060 persons weekly But in Yearling" Nato and Herbert T ..
show wee properly named, tt Is its own field, the statistics are Marlin have done the adaptation --1' 00r
"TV Fsntastlcks" It has been -well, fsetastk. and Michael Leonard has rarlm'w'
truly fantastic even unique It has netted that's profit, provided the music for Martin'a 6 7 8i
This off-Broadway musical lICIt.pproslna.tety |1TS. lyrics Noto hopes to get It oa 14 l
s
reaches Its fourth birthday to- GOO to date at a 'UII top price; during the 1W4-W season i
day. May 3, with every indication 14.90 on week ends The original Whatever happens, Nato l 22
that It will be around for production coat was UJM; Jones and Schmidt eaa always 7 28 29
the fifth. it might be as much as ".000 be sure of eating money in the .
It If unique became there more were it put on today. The years to come beeewee "The ...-. -.....,-.
never hen been a ihow that hi'PHmlu.d original backers so far have Fantaetieks," long after its run
so maay reproduc- had a return of more tll.ap.r 490 here ends, will be like an an MAY 10
lions elsewhere during an origin cent on their investment nuity. ,
I New York run. "There have been offers to
In the really, old days, there move the show to a Broadway BELONGS TO MOM!
nffht be half a dosen or to theater," Noto said. "I considered CLOSE RICA'KANSA8

There is concurrent touring companiesof the possibility seriously a CITY. Mo 'UPI>- Its the ptrftct day-and a Hallmark card is the
a Ohio and California
quite a .uee.... More recently one couple of years ago. But the are running -
of those extra-long shows authors were against the move, neck and neck for the title perfect way-to say the nice things to Mother that I
might have a couple of touring and they were right." of having the most Nazarpnrs
difference between according the Information otherwise may pn unsaid. And in our complete :
companies here and be duplicated -
in three or four foreign However those authors-Tom Service of the Church of the election, you'll find a Hallmark. card that stems
Jones (book and lyrics) and Nazsrene
.eadlhaes" . ..nul"heulavaJ" countries. Harvey Schmidt (musicdid) Ohio now has 317 Nazarene acatt.J just for year Mother. Come in today. II I
But "The Fantaiticks" has I II
bad more than 200 productionsand move to Broadway last fall on churches with 34.633 members. II II I
of "The Fanta-
the strength while California has 322 I
has been in
seen almostevery
sticks." They wrote the scorefor churches with 43,094 members
corner of the world the current "110 In theShade' Since 1842 the population in Winter Haven Book Store
This extraordinary record I.
It Is one thing for o School Board member to due in part to the fact that hit at the Broadhurst California has gained at the
Theater and there Is no songwriting rate of 118 per cent, while Naza-
other Board member and make W. Central CY3-624I
flare lap ot "The Fsntasticks" requires a team In greater demand rene membership there has Increased 272
headlines. But, it is quite another thing for a small cast simple sets and for future shows. 158 per cent, I
School Board member to gain the support of other costume and seem to have a Noto himself Is preparing to
university appealing story, to
Board members, so that the School Board makes say nothing of a beguilingscore.

headway. But It would not have
been possible had not producerLore
Unfortunately, representation from District 4 Nato granted permission
has been noted much more for headlines than for the productions, and be had
a reason JONES
SPEAKS OUT
headway. "It's a well.known fact that
we had a struggle back therein
DICK BRUMBAUGH can make headway forDistrict
the spring and summer of
4 and, all of Polk County -by presenting 1960," the small, dark former
his viewpoints intelligently and reason commercial artist, agent and
ably. And, by gaining necessary cooperation and sometime actor explained. "We I
support from the other members of the Board.Let's didn't really begin rolling until I I II
after the first 12 weeks Since I
then, there have been no w
anxious momenta.
get our "But early in 1963 I felt we
might begin to slow down soon,
and I thought it would be a
School Boardmoving nice thing if we could hang on .
long enough to be around for .
the World's Fair.
"We bad been getting many
requests to do the show and w
with . we decided that this could be a //k
fine ;source of revenue that [ ";
would provide a backlog to '
keep the New York production
BRUMBAUGH going on and on even if w*
began to lose money here during ,>
the next year.
"As it turned out, 1963 was a
It. L. IV1 fine year for the local produc
IIUHUUCNUO.JR. tion. Even that long newspaper Ikr
beard of
Member \
strike early in the year didn't
Public) Instruction bother us. And there's stlU been .

OMHct 4 -A"otlll T. DO Since let.down.It Is"in an off-Broadway' *',, ".'..lftoO" _:........._\.Jt1, ,. ". t . '.1 .' /, ,
6n t house that seats only 150 pet' . .1 IIJ. '"
(IVot lor ) 1& ";/'" '..
< sons, there can be no comparison "
of attendance or financial ,

...... Mr. adv.1 figures with those of Broadway BOB C. JONES, family man.
.
hits that can play to more than ,'iI'

--- Reading from left, Terry, Fay, David, .

Wife Shirley, Cindy and Bob Jones -,


for higher teacher morale . '
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FELLOW CITIZENS:




I NOW WE MUST ACT w




HOW MUCH PROGRESS HAS BEEN THIS IS BOB C. JONESIN


THE PAST T/2 YEARS? LOCAL BUSINESSMAN


MEMBER WINTER HAVEN CHAMBEROF
ITS TIME FOR ACTION! ITS TIME COMMERCE.OWNER .


TO SETTLE DOWN AND MAKE POLK RED BARN RESTAURANT

CYPRESS GARDENS RD. WINTER HAVEN.
COUNTY NUMBER ONE.

GRADUATE OF FLORIDA STATE.LET'S .
I
f CLIMATE.UNIVERSITY.. BACHELOR OF
BUILD A GOOD BUSINESS

Our Children Need . SCIENCE DEGREE.

I THINK WE HAVE WAITED LONG MARRIED, FATHER FOUR CHILDREN


ENOUGH. LIEUTENANT, U.S. ARMY

BILL READ MEMBER ALL SAINTS'

NOW WE MUST ACT! EPISCOPAL CHURCH.


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Talk with teachers In your area and you will find that teacher morale : ; :

in Polk County Is low. And low teacher morale is a bad thing for If's JlmeForAD'h'ang'el;, .

our children.


BILL READ will help re-build teacher morale by restoring confidence

cooperation and two-way communications between the Superintendent ELECT A Local Businessman

of Public Instruction's office and our teachers

OWNER OF THE RED BARN RESTAURANTWINTER
And DILL READ will effectively serve all of Polk County, not asa

politician but as a respected, impartial educational administrator HAVEN. FLA.


Elect BILL READ Superintendent of Public Instruction.



BOB C. JONESCOUNTY





BILL READ COMMISSIONERDISTRICT I


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May 3, 1964


Cypress Girl



Scouts MeetThe


Cypress Neighborhood
of the Winter Haven Girl -
Scout met ).'Itt>rday afternoon
at the Girl /Scout House
with four IUMU in attendant
Dorothy Bradley, chairman
introduced Mrs Robert Eastman .
II.... George Costello
Mra R. E Maufhan, and
Mra Joe K. Hays al guests
Mrt. EMtmaa: the first
speaker told of her duties at
Council! PvMie Relations Ad-
visor sad the procedure which
should be followed by the leaders .
who with.. pre. or radio
coverage. of Girl Scout activities k I ISWIFT'S

Organiser Mrs E,announced H Mason that Troop only .

30 girls have been registered
for next year She also
requested anyone who wants
to meet at the Girl Scout PRICES
House next year to contact
her as only Friday afternoon IFFECTIVI
and the evening hours are
open. Leaders desiring to use MOM. TUIS. WED.
Park should write not : GREEN
Rotary
telephone, Mrs Helen Rile. v te1s'Ip STAMPS MAY 4, 5, 4W4
Women's Recreation Director. t ?
Reports were also given by _
Mrs Al Hays, Troop Consult
ant; Mrs. Raymond Garcia,
Corresponding Secretary
; Mrs Helen Luttrell. PREMIUM PROTEN
Scout House; and Mrs Maug-
ban Camping Committee c TENDER-AGED GOVT.-INSPECTED
Mrs Oostello and Mrs I e HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
Hays reported on The Past
and a Look Ahead." From the
time in 1947 when the Lake FULL CUT
Ridge Council of Girl Scouts
received its charter to 1970
which Is now in the planning
stage', Girl Scout progress has
been almost I unbelievableMrs ROUND STEAK
Costello related several _
interesting Incidents that happened Tii L __ _
since 1951 when she
started work as a Girl Scout .
Executive Director, Mrs I / in meal clepl. .
our
s\
.
Hays, President of the Heart I. .%._._.._,;
of Florida Girl Scout Council SwKl'i Premium Sliced
told of tIM many ways In
which our International I b, c Dried Beef
Friendship Program is the __ --

ScouU magic thread and Girl which Guides links Girl allover ' 4 0:. 49C

the world 'i PBiI .
Miss Electric Barbara Home Horton Services Tamps Department X ; pkg."XTft

gave a brief reviewof ".e. ifiif.sK ciiI.sBreoVttone's
the services which her company
has to offer for the Sour
Badge Program. Next year.
IOOO OIOO
"RI! Cream
the Junior Leaders will ha\: Sour
to teach their own Cooking J" ,
Cadge but the Home Economists Green Stamps

,< will:Chef assist Badge with Registrations the Cs1ette -' LIQUID"P'R'EUL"SHAMPOO I b 'lfi I '% pint cup I 3 9cIe

are being taken now for ,.. .!*.i $1.00 ti'
Cadette classes to be scheduled S -, Ma L sows r.I: : Pillsbury S or BM liking 'owel"IOO
in the fall. ooooooo oooooooooO Biscuits

104 Warrants
,
Served Here feaxrRAi 8 01,
If 2 35c
Constables J" Green Stamps I cups
By I W*All" ...,.,....,..cIo...al I
II
The Distrlst 4 constable'soffice NESTEA I INSTANT TEA SW a frorett foodsAH
served 104 warrants and .lest' ]1.' $1.29
65 civil papers during April, ...... ,_. Mq a, KM r:=I ? lye Le.f or Chepped
.
according to a report relsasedtoday [3 ,
by Constable Leon Thorn O .. SpinachI
ton. ,

once Worthless again accounted check charp.tor the [5 wi1o15 .
majority of the warrants. 5 '10 os $1
Thornton said this Is because JW Green Stamps I pkgl,

many people who have been, I ......_., ....._.. Aunt JtmimtWaffles
staying here are now leaving
and when they do some don't YUIA..t INSTANT COFFH ...
leave any money In their bank 5 .s. "
accounts L ...... wterw:1ti.0saw
,.
HOUSTON 'UPI Speedy 3 9 0:, $1
3onzalec! the Dalmatian be- pkgt,
onttrtR to restaurateur Oeot' orowder
: and Mrs Crowdei got . down produce lane o
K> man liquor-flavored ice F
ubes from patron club at that the adtetnln he. 4S( Oroon Stamps Florida Yellow sw.ttCORN REFRESHES
private
W a.as of 1.1.w sl
!learned to jump on a bars tool
to. best' more of the boory bits KAISER IROIIEK FOIL
if Ice 20 ft. roll 45cA 10 ears59c 11I5o''or
www MM, Mw e. act/

ELECT

JOSEPH F. ;r"-o-o-O'Libby's Tangy (limit 2 p" customer with purchases of $3 or more) BLUE


SEDMERACounty Green Stamps* Tomato Juice . "
.1 w o..aa.d sd.w 1
STA-PUF LAUMDRY RINSE Pride of Georgia Freestone (limit 2 please)

Mt |el l, 7ScmfcM 21/s gfeintaJTl
. 19cKob.y'
Commissioner
1 IM Peaches
i . . .
I D 1ST.let II

l

5 tXTRA P'It EI Potato Sticks con: 1CI ,
r 5 '
J ( Green Stamps*
.I*SM* .w.ade.*..A '

GLUM TOOTH PASTE { Ye.. .... .. or+r .
fcmify sU. S3c .J "b. 89Cocoa < WHERE jHOPPINO; IS A PLEASUREM.a
Coffee . . . . ,. . . . . . -
.
.

s OM' . . . . . . . . '..;: 43 +, Southeast Plaza
1
faia s.nft Shopping Center
24 M.C

Beef Stew . . d. . . . .H 49'Beef : tAIIKtT
OreenStampe. L1N'a ra...... C.../ e>
SWITS PtOUBaTYv wr.PAtTT r IOAF Hash "yg.t. 39 .' North Gate
. . . C.N e
O" B trh.39c eH MLllil twltr! tttmlmmVienna Shopping Center

ElMS QAOMOooE Sausage 2 7r 45'

S4mf 1 WBevet:
The CoOTfy C.ms luli. .tfi
should. c/e te %.l.refPUsi"
for IsasxrM ,.*
Canary.

Ps.d "..,tkaI herpa
.. Ir aNrws T......,.r

'ISunday

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Sunday, May 3, I 1964
Peg. Twenty-Eight WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF--WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA


. Textile Manufacturers See Inequality In Farm Measure MattoxTo Udall- ----- Calls- For More Space Foe BicycUnf I

Rep. WASHINGTON (UPI-Inter-) 0. a bIDe to a small Arleo..a focus national attention .. the
al
bteebfaet diminishing amount
town, vote at a apace
CHARLOTTE N,C. (UPI-A C A Canaan KeooapoUa. the cotton after tt leave the fleer speech that the subtidyanamkl Secretary"tht Stewart L. of Udall the meeting sponsored" to tile available tor tile ......'* Is.

textile mill spokesman testified N,C,, preaident of Cannon MIDI term, .fcs moat Instance the .. not fo to the milts. Attend deptortag automobile. tyranny," endorsed. a American bicycle industry sad million bicycle riders. May, .bM I
here today that the recently and chairman of the cotton pol gtnanri.Cannon. First (Coley I ) makes tt eat tar mart McyellM. apace the American youth hostels.Jbe been designated America Bib
marled farm bill made it clear icy committee of the American testified that Rep. clear" that payment-ln-kM. la Udell woo said he grew up meeting was called to .....
mills were not to receive the Textile M'Dlifleturer.IDltitute, Harold Cooley D-NC., chairman not a mU ss.eidy." saM Can
equalization subsidy. on domes said Congress intended to "free of the Hone Agriculture. non. "Second he points out that Health Meeting
nc cotton American mills from such disparities committee made it clear m his the payment is to be made to TWKfOTHEWMtt'SFM

and to enable them to persona engaged (n marketing Call OB .a or y dr ....
buy on just ns advantageous a New SystemCompleted cotton and not to the mills. Slat Rep. Ray Mattox will Travel! Agent-far Utoraeave
basic at cotton is sold for ex Than, be points out that the attend a meeting of the State and details on "faefcage
port" mills art to be In a position tf> Hospital Advisory Committeeat ....n" to the WerM'a Fah.t .

Cannon11 testimony, read buy cotton at the same price at riollywood, Fla., on May a.Committee ,\c LOW rMESI 90-day round-trip
which it la made available for The
to 1 statement, was appointed t
from a prepared By \ coach fans from Florida to
sale for Governor Farris tc
export. Bryant
second day of
came during the the North available sow to
The tow-year cotton advise the State Health and Welfare
a U s Agriculture Department program / t kE. Nov.15.9-monthi round-trip
will Into effect Au 1. It c
recommendations fo Departments In the administration -
bearing either Pullman fares on sale the
the Tampa Electric will make American-grown cot of the Kerr-MIUs .
should receive
on who year 'round. For 0 tpioialfamily
ton available to domestic mills Act which deals with hospital x
six cents per pound subsidy ( / treat (rev*! .11 Full.
at the same price It Is sold for aervicea for the indigent and
made available In the new law private-roam aecomm
Tampa Electric Co. energised nan
export for the first time since aged.
Cotton Industry officials testifying a final section of Its new datum.
It5
Thursday appeared 2-to- 240,000 volt trsnsmlsilon However, the support price The organization was expanded To Afftmttn Dspertera
in favor of living the payment system this week, thereby during the last meeting of
for U.S. cotton Is expected to .
suvii METEOR sum ITM
to the first firm which handles marking completion of the Com- the legislature to Include one
be about (.S cents a pound higher
pany's portion of a atate-wide member of the House and one' lounges; excellent
than the world market price TR A11EI.Spacious
high voltage network Initiated member of the Senate. Mattox ; "Hospital-
five yeara ago. making necessary for the Agriculture ,was selected as the House I Ity Hour" In the dinar;
WIN Energized was a 24-mile line Department to account representative due to his being Registered Nurse.
from the Febbledale SUbstation, for the difference. Instrumental the drafting and N0RTf LIIEUaAL LUIUIE WOWAIICE
near Mulberry to Weat Lake of the
adoption bill that implemented -
roi ruiuuN AND COACH
Wales wbre' ties In with Kerr-Mllls, L-Ik

Florida 240,000 Power volt Corporation's transmtsslonsystem PcychologislHasKind The committee will analyzethe I IN STY LE ImlYATIDIiS INFORMATION INS CONTACT COIiPUTI

Kerr-MUls program and /'jT'l' ToulsueoAlDomtLby
study facts and statistics of ,
W. C. Maclnnea, president
Word for
GINN the administration of the bill
announced the project com- ,
and make recommendations for '
Seaboard Streamliner!
pletion and Aid the company rl
changes or adjustment.The
baa spent over $7 million since fAP ,
1961 on this preparation for Faith Healers program was establishedfor So mufh to do <" tk, North his viart You'll want to visit
future electrical needs of a two-yearperiod.The committee the NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR of course-and perhaps .. )L'"OA ;
HOUSTON customer area aa well in TOCO'S aa for back-up service heelers have their place In our meeting how much need there Is help you plan a wonderful vacation '\\11.1_ '

power from and to the other society, a Houston psychologist for the program and how it NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR DATES: APRIL 22-OCT. IS TIll arum N CIMTUUI IDWICl
should be handled.
power companies In the state believes.
In case of emergency. TECOs And that place Is lit a hazy
portion of the system includes no-man's land where the physIcal
130 miles of lines, and the and emotional meet or
Winter Haven Area PT As Civic School Patrons
Groups
company's first steel towers oveilap, says Dr. Sanford Gold.
stone, a psychologist at the
Houston State Psychiatric InItute. .


Most. medical men believe KNOW The RecordOF

POLK COUNTIANS SAY: symptoms that at least seen one-thlid by physicians of all Y

are figments of the patient's
maglnatlon Ooldstone said.
That I* to say the symptoms
lI'e not based on organic dls- .
"KEEP SHELLEY BOONE"Superintendent orden These may be signs of
emotional disturbances and
motlonally-caused pain hurts Austin T. Race Jr. ;

.s much as the organic kind ;
oldstone said. e ,v
Public Schools Persons suffer paralysis a'.
blindness and other severe
problems from emotional dls- COUNTYWIDE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
I orders, he said
It Is here. Ooldstone said !
hat the faith healer finds his
. "For Sup.rlnt.nJ.nt .1 PublU InilructUn, cur ch.ic. It Shelley S. ...... whom w* place.
ivap.rt.f' foe. 'I...s age
essful For a, faith however healer the to sufferer be sue- LOW THE SAME PATTERN AS ALL' CHARGES DURING THE


. "Shall.y I....., Ht man who tan halt a is b.H.rm.nt .t the .....ty must want to have be healed a great. he need said The and PAST SIX WEEKS POLK COUNTIANS HAVE BEEN BOM-

Sscheela.-HAINtS CITY HIRALD. _. Z., ( sufferer must also*have faith In BARDED ,ALMOST DAILY BY THOSE, THAT SAY THEY CAN:. : ". _
.save. y the particular to whomhe
g person ;:
"" i*
'
,:; ,, goes for healing and the bodyof
I. Present viewpoints intelligently WHAT VIEWPOINTS? r
thought or \belief the healfirepresents.
. "In the thr..-,lu. yn that h. has .b..n Pill C* nry SuMrlnUnJ.nt, Shelley !... his 'I
2. Get WHAT KIND OF COOPERATION?
lace .* .gt.t.ndiin leader, .Jmlniitr.t.r ind ,.1.,,,,... H* k.i wen' the ".nfiJ, ..... .! iek..l lrlncla.li. A religious prison who goe Cooperation "
q teachers and ,........ Much .( tt.. edit I. (ill f., t.anf! u"I. iclil ,nle' to a tent meeting has a filth 3. Produce Progress WHERE?
} In. Pall C.unty sad sttr.ctln. ..h... from ,vtiiJ. . ly nil fl". flrtt-t.rm\ ,.rf.rm.nc*, somewhat slmllni to a patient
Shelley Issue has *.....01 seethe fear y..n *n the |lob" -POLK COUNTY DIMOCIAT. who walks Into a doctoi office 4. Improve our school system HOW?

Ooldstone said S. Gain support HOW AND FROM WHOM?


. ". . t.rt.lnly Shelley I..". his b.... li iitw .nd will ,."II..v. t* .k. the best .f IIh..1.vp.I."d. has The been place shown of faith through In medicine place- 6. Show there are favored schools Where? That there are some forgotten schools -

."..." -lOll MIADI LIADIR. boa a form of treatment that WHERE?
has no direct biochemical effect
tn the body A aural.' pill Is anxampll" "Given One Himself"This
Enough Rope Usually Hangs
. "Sk.ll.y ......', "'..', rtnflnf hem a ....h.r, tkrufk in ana iup.rvli.ry prlnclp.l-
ship .. the scanty iup.rlnttnd.ncy, leaves lisle .. .k. d.tlr.d. Hit .,...tl... tf the ll.mp.r.| eating Placebos where ass It used Is common In drug to week the opposition grasping at a straw at long last

test stunty affix during. kit f.ar-yar t....,., h.. dtmtnitr.t.d tn .dmlnlitr.tUt tblllty and live the drug and
onell'oup an- made absurd claims that school officials
in vndtnttnding..' tf the trying pr.bl.mi! a.nfrcntlnf the tntlr ttunty, that his made the >ther the placebo more can answer

", ."th. k. h.. already served, perhaps the "west lucctuful In the klit.ry tf the ftlk wheel "We' find mote often than with honest facts. As claimed by the opposition "favored
y.t.AUIUINDALI STAR. tot, Ooldstone ssld. "that the

Placebo group are mote influ- schools" "forgotten schools".
need that the drug group is '

. "0... tf cur ftvtrltt Ptlk Ctunty .filch I, I ll Sk.ll.y 10.".. I....., t fare'., arts i.ptfvliln A effect good was example show ef' recently he placeix In. The Following Information Is Fact From The Record:

| prlnclptl kn made *n tnvl.klt. .....01 .i .had tf Irxp.rl.l ,.Ik'' rapidly frtvlnf ached England where a cold vaccine
''tl..''' tnd .....1,1'1 d....... ...th.r term' tt tiitklt km!" tt carry sat the c.mpr.k.mlv. pr.. wan \being tested Some people\ THI list STATS SCHOOL HJRVIV KICOMMCNOID!
tram" tt which k. It d.dial.d"-WINTt1. HAVIN HIRALD. were given the vaccine and Nrw WALTSR WAMN8TA CALDWSLL BLSMI.NTAKV.ILSMSNTARY.S 1,7 -S447.720 COMPLCTI.- PARTIAL saw LAKE; flaw ILBIIIT N.W JR.-SR.BLIMINTARV.HIGH, .*.*!IMiOSO.00 PARTIAL- COMPLST-) A.diti.n.AuaUftNDALa .
ithera n aalt solution, or place- Sft. HIGH "'.,121 IoAIITIA", Oym I. b. built far 'Wi, BRIDOCa. ....010. Contract t* ... lit within SO
: /I'' LBNA VISTA 1144171 '0 COMPLBTni LAPIS SMIPP swain, tr.n.l.rr.d .. WAM7J -
to.The in* JOHN SNIViLV, OCt'\II, ::INIII'A' :;: HIOM, 1207"110-COMPLETE ewac11or udit.rlum.,
vaccine did real well lriS L CONSTRUCTION PiauasTso ev AUSTIN SACS. '<*.'** LAKB ALPRBD BLBMaNTAXv. 0210,000-COM.

. "A leek tt ...".'t rtttrd. durlnfl kit ..".... at ached) tuptrlnt.nd.nt. b.",... .1", ... t* 3oldatone said Those who tookt PLBTtl N1w ,AO.. Additl.n.aUILOINO.' t. WIHTSR JSWSTT MAVIN BLBMBNTAMV.' HIGH I SCHOOL S120000 -I1H.OOO COMPLETBi- COMPLKTI NBW :JBWBTT FRUITLANO I Land PARK purchll.120 COMPLCTB.COO Conttructi.n ;-
tlit fanttitlt In tkt tf tcctmpllikmtnt. Amt the .....' ttkltvtm.nti" ,..h.,. the "mtitUptrtant had SO pet cent fewer cold .. start within SO My*.
"
way ( 1 "** STATI .. .
SCHOOL .
lowever. those who took the If SURVIV RSCOMMBNDS: BY tN7t AUBURNOALC, saw ""', t built In tN41| AUBURNDAL -
li the .....11 upgradlnf tf the ,.Ik Ctunty public ickttl.. lyiUm." -DAILY NIWS- alt solution had 60 cent HIGH S47S.7SO AliaURNDALB JR. HIOH, storm; fRIOOtS AVI. SU,,'90 ..nitruet'.n. t. start within, SO d.y.|
pal VVALTSR CALDWSLt. SIT440I, OARNBR, testis; INWOOD. 121,1001 N.w JBWBTT BLBMBNTARV, 14S2."', start 1t 4.
i CHII. ewer colds ee 1 LAKE ALFRED BLBMBNTARV, 144,1101 LAKB ALFRBD JS, HIOH Lun'hro.m. MS'000' t* b. flnUDId fan '*4. saline
S47. Ml LAKE SHIPP. SM.MO! WAHNBTA. I92.MO COMPLBTB; WINTSR HAVEN HIGH. 1w .st1. ..ntriet let partial.
AUSTIN SACS KNOWS AS AUauRNOALB AND WINTER HAVEN AREAS O.ROW, STATE aURVBVa WILL I BE RE.S .
SIf.B AGAIN TO MAKE NEEDED CHANOEE AUSTIN RACB'i ACTIONS WILL SIB THE SAM. AB IN THE PABT.
The Thinking Wt&'tfmWil\\\ilKr&A\Si"r"' HAVEN AUIURNDAII. ARIA -v SCHOOL '.

. "W. did.; Mt lupptrl dim (tic...) who lit ran far tffict the find time" fir the simple'

rasa w., ..... nry1 littlt' tbtut. his tbllititi. Darien thin fln term" tktu,k. wt, have bad sea' Voter AUSTIN RACE HAS WORKED HARD FOR AUBURNDALE AND
,.1) tcctiltni tt walk cltttly with him" tn wheel "' ....' tnd I... d.. .tltptd a high rup.ct ftr
him" bath ti a ickttl tdmlnlitrattr" and at a was . *. will, salt tur vets ftr his rt-tltctl**," Will Re-Elect THE GREATER WINTER HAVEN AREA GOOD SCHOOL SYSTEM

-IAXI WALlS NIWS an Attorney I AND WILL CONTINUE TO WORK FOR ALL SCHOOL AREAS

COUNTY WIDE.

. "I* falrntii tt ear te.eh.N tnd ear ytunf...' wt "must lupptrt Sk.ll.y.. ..."., wkt. .has LOOK AT THE RECORD: Austin Race worked for AnburadoU and the Greater Winter H.... ATM *ch ols
kow,kt a geed ......VN tf ...... tt the ...."ty ached) .",..", 11 t w..I.IIOITPlOO'.. six yean before bMemlaq a School Board Member. My wonld-b oppoatiirs have no record of worklna for

NIWI. the Are. Scboola.. AUSTIN RACE gives you PACTS HONESTLY IMPARTIALLY. Has my woiild-bo

candidate told yea of BM comtractive move .he ptoas to ....b11' .he .has I'RlIIOt owort of It. ARE YOU?
AUSTIN RACE know M. school seeds In ALL areas ..d win coatis FIGHTING FOR YOUR GOOD

,..+. SCHOOL SYSTEM. Hot my would-oo candidate ever dlscMued school need In yew ...? Any reports'
a+N5 stick dltcmslon?


VOTE FOR Austin Race Will Never Use Foggy StatementsAs


Noted Above By School Opponents.My .

Continuing Progressin would-be candidate has been. fuN of such statement and either yon or I know what .he's tatkUo shoe

Austin Race Will Not Let Small Disgruntled

Polk County Schools Walter Q. Groups Twist His Arm For Special Favors 1Tees.


BELLJnstkt who wont schools located to wit them for penonol reasons want school names changed want
Wends hired want special prodocts parclMMed.

.f feexe AUSTIN RACE mows cannot have 100 of all l!
RE-ELECT . you % groups seeing eye to tyt. Any group, even

District 4 my family of seven does not always agree to the letter But my family as a who!_ S is HAPPY
-I
pi SHELLEY BOONESUPERINTENDENT Why An Attorney b and I sincerely feel YOUR SCHOOL FAMILY OF POLK AS A WHOLE IS HAPPY. I'. try my i

Needed best to keep them that way and the record proves this.

1. Ht 1.._ criminal .mandate

: of H.dlNme 10 Iadsd d.rtl"t Of tM mace YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND VOTE

.. nerd N I I
lead
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ran Of a perfwlll.. ma I WILL BE APPRECIATED.

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION YwrpVet.. and. aaep.et WII
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Texas Chime w l t..I, atuatf 'WftfCUf*
leltrTsou 1tlt'e LDTVvDOIM.70 MAM POL4, ..Y. c.._
EN Another First A 1'aKe Mnwr Townasjsssjls at Curepte, ChM*.
.nbsAett1Pwc
rawpno"vvr Father
saw Manrknoll Joseph
w +ra 2
NN t
()f.'MSON, f.*. ft/H) stAro ti +ar/ I vI H Captttl ride Ma aMtorcycte
Tlr irratnl er..m ... err ... ? across a swollen street tad ran
fo 1173 fo .&. NwM back to their villa* to report:
vynrI11w 7>r.. rove local ........ Miracle) Padre Jose can ride
r'cri..., n across the water on his motorcycle -
N lays LeftREELECT
The ,'.orr fan ,.... /. A. It WMn't a mliaclr A week
,. .."..". trhn aptnrtnf !* .*!? miller, Falhei Cappel "POI t- TO
''''".ulrnHnllr' ... fe the rd to Mary knoll Headquarters
l Oklahoma knrWw torn lAm- herr. he and volunteers had
rw ..".ri.....,.... ..*A Uir built a brMie over the stream
It. SIMM .mf /_ '. male When he maneuvered his motorcycle -
A CET "/ /..fvrdiM mwM. rAEJt hs!+ over the submersed RAY
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bridle after the stream had

,.,.4rrIJ.II''r.,..,...,.., II. egwirgef swollen. he emceed residents
-*<.. ever a dish MATTOX
G. f. DOWD <./ iff r,..... Ttring to as(- Liberia Becomes The Fastest Growing Nation In Africa who didn't know about the
bridge
nUMIIN CO. raise ,,,. ... t>. JJfJ MmthiMilmt .
tit AM. *. N.W.HMW tvriif ourf frrrrj It MONROVIA. Liberia (UPI-) her iron ore. some of the richest same time. President Tubmsn rush to independence seven! M '.L AVLET'S
CM-llil tea ruitnmrr. President William VacanaratShadrach deposits in the world, would has launched' an'operation pro- years ago Economically and SHOP IN WINTER IIAVE3V

Tubman was recalling come in faster than they have. duction" designed to encourage educationally, Liberia had tocatch .--------------
recently that when he Last year the government suddenly Liberians to grow more of the up and, with America
became president of Liberia in realised that some $31 foodstuffs, such as rice aDd help, she hat been trying to dolust KEEPJAMES
ELECTHAMP 1944 only four building in the million of its debts would fall poultry which they now Import. that.
capital of Monrovia bad indoor due in 1963 That U nearly the Liberia is the oldest Negro In spite of economic back,
toilets whole of her revenue and would republic in Africa, independentsince wardress, Liberia's long lode L.
In the past several yean, the have left little over for current 1S47 while the colonial pendence and President Tub-
ROGERSYOUR tame capital hat been the fastest etpendltur scramble went on around her mane political skill and experience
growing capital in Africa The International Monetary. and sometimes at her expense! have made him one of the
Liberian history, it is sometimes Fund (IMF) was called in for The United' States largely ignored principal leaders of the continent -
said, can be divided into advice sod help The result her while the European He was one of the original ,
SHERIFF B T and A. T. Before Tub- was an austerity program, an powers were bringing roads exponents nt the gradual approach
man and After Tubman. IMF loan and a stretching out hospitals and education to their to African unity which
Tubman, 68, began his fifth of the debts over the next IS neighboring colonies was enshrined In the formation
term as president this year and years with the agreement of Thus economically, Liberia last year of the Organization
there is already talk of a sixth. the principal creditors.The was one of the most backward for African Unity (OAU)
He runs Liberia And there is government has strictly countries in Africa when t h e
no doubt that it has applied the brakes At th' rest of the continent began Its
changed more in the 30 years ----
of his presidency than it did in
Its whole previous history since Landslide Victory PredictedFor Proven PerformanceMEANS
freed slaves from the U n i 111 d
States began landing on the
West African coast in the

JS20'S.With its burgeoning capital Alabama's Gov. Wallace MORE THAN PROMISES!

of Monrovia, Liberia Is now
MONTGOMERY Ala (UPI>- who opposed his maverick party
undergoing I period of austerity
about by too much Alabsmiins will vote TuesdayIn politics I, Check the candidates
brought the state's Democratic party Republicans may vote for . thoroughly
too fast
government spending primary and a landslide victory Democratic candidates pledged
But It is putting its own is for Gov C ,
predicted George to support party nominees The
house in order, and, as more Wallace'i unpledged elf'<'turb' I i.OP rallies a pledged" slate v Check the record . carefully
and more of U rich Iron ore aimed ember !I-',
slate a move at (i>ulil i iu< <' p cut November
moves down to carriers waitingat ,
rsssing the Johnson adimniatraUon. confrontation betwernthe
its ports, the economic future . parties should Sen Barry last ........"'. the feet that. ......11.. ie s .... .1.-4y bees eied.dl..

Is promising, So certain of winning Is Wallace Uoldwstrr be nominated at San
The new gleaming eight- that he plans to leave At- Francisco.
: 1ItfrTLi1 story executive mansion over abama after casting his ballot The major statewide primaryrare THEN.
looking the sec could be a symbol and fly to Indians to observe will see former Gov. .
of the expansion, sometimes the outcome of his states' rights James Folsom and one time
the over expansion, that campaign In the Hoosier preference Birmingham. Police Commissioner .
Successful Administrative has transformed the face of
primary the tame day Eugene Connor trying to
Experience. Monrovia, which little more Wallace's tremendous popularity unseat Public Service Com mis-
HERE'S than 10 years ago was a town In his home state along skin President C C Owen
of
17 Years In Petitions of ramshackle buildings and
with unprecedented Republl
an
Police Leadership. muddy streets with a vague
WHY tin drive for congressional
: flavor of the old American
seats are expected to result Ina
Chief cf Security, Barrow South. IT'OOlll'ant/ing
heavy voter turnout In Alabama
Air Bast. Ramshackle buildings still
.
Will Accent
. Chief of Criminal Division, Polk County Sheriffs are there the but new overshadowingthem marble faced Alabamians also will pick nine 1
are
men for eight i congressional Neutral Walls
: Dept structures and expanding outskirts seats under sn election formula

: Chief of Detectives, Winter Haven Police Dept. Monrovia is growing at declared unconstilulionsl by a
the phenomenal rate of over 12
federal court, but permitted
. Paratrooper, 82nd Airborne DlvM WW II per cent a ,..r. OMW more to void legal chaos Don't lor.oothat wood U I a
President Tubmaq bas strongly -. color, too! t
o licensed 1 by>> Stott ept: of Cducatlosiroreoxh.Jcllce r.. defended it" see la keep'.ITbe Republican nominees opposition wjlj run against In November The highfla.lity ton* of a "f' f
huhdmm wfindrraln penning
Subject In Adult Education Program of Public log with Liberia's dignity, with the top eight vote. might well Iw all. you nerd to
I Schools. needs and independence, and. gatherer going to Washington. orvnt nmtral walls in a c i.-
I In turn, has criticized the critics Two years ago the Republicans tinrtiv living' mom treatment,
I Member First Baptist Church, Winter Haven, Fla. mostly foreigners came within an ace of electing orordinf to Robert. Huff. homelmprovrm
Liberia spending in anticipation director for MarYrllow
was nt -
P.., f.l.. A Y from a U. S senator
that receipts Officials estimate the numberof lit. paneling. .
and orange aoor.a.rhv.
voters
Alabama
registered which" giv. a bright sorest to
has risen above WO,otto, many of the wall, complete the unusual keep
the
I them newly qualified Negro vo- d H ten admitted to the polls undera Huff point. out that l'xC'' \
.vClIss!!!!! federal' court or Manila wondirain plank C.ntw
ONLY CLARK STONE Mule.1eheCi"pie Y'l.: barrage of
installed right over eikti** has performed for you
dcrsWallace's Independent electors' wall, lli>m. handymen can doth
move has gained little real job) utillslnf detailed Intrurtion .

ONLY CLARK STONE Mee=':;;':: ::-,:" .- .".,11.' ,lie and prominence Mississippi outside, and of Alabama some In I>M.h ""c..*.heel. of.!Ie pnrllnfMaintrnanrai provkind reduced to with the KEEP ,

Louisisna, minimum with this pintle.flit- ,, .
The move ls designed to withhold iihMl! hardtxMinl pm>lin which"
enough electors! votes to can be cleaned with a imp or
ONLY CLARK STONE .ffle.teey.eehep.hlla.'M''ndshatp.NM throw the e l 11 c 11 10 n into the sud> cloth, It.-IInifhl" Ii i n.ver
; !House of Representatives In 1W'N'Mal1
the last presidents! election sixof
Alabama's II electors voted Aldine CombeeCOUNTY

CLARK STONE Nahat.ldyl'hh.wh.dN/dapl. tint pee, for Sen Harry Byrd. D.Va
: ONLY Wallace's stumping In Indiana
has left him Wile tlm. at home
Nor bas he apparently used jMsWctoplMQl
much of sn estimated IMO.ooo
In campaign contributions to COMMISSIONER 5
push his plate.Wallace ,

.-. .. ,, wt Is relaying primarily | ;
t-i'' , ,"I on Ms popularity which has Increased -
" .b e 1!i ; Let's Vote
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", ; ". during bit O\It.ol..tll' StrCtfc. ; Everyone
;
: : .'t: campaigning for states rights,
: His strong appeal to voters hss
SA t if'f squelched some earlier oppoal
: "4. '.1, A4.1S'ACI
ton from veteran Democrats


Yr:a, p'v eHOLLAND

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= -;. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND

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ri. y WILL ASSURE:

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ELECT SENIORITY-Stnotor Holland rondl 12th m seniority among 67 DIVUOfMINT-fveryone knows the influence' the Space
Democratic Senators, which gives him a powerful \101(. on three Program hot hod on Florida's ec>on mc devel ptN"". 5pei rd
: the man who has proven he will work for you major committees vital/ to Mortda's futwe. . AapraBfictions, Ag* Holland Is a member of the Spot Commlffee wht prim' r.-
M rlcurfwr and Forestry, and Spec Committees. iponsibllify It Is to handle 'legislation In the space field.

DIGNITY-//Wany Senators have fought. berets od won. . bu
INTIMITY-Holland has an env oWe, proven. IB y.or record of few with the dignity and confidence of Senator Holland. Our
forthrfghtnttt" and moral Ie dertl4f. Senior Senator Has the respect and admiration ef his colleagues.

\ Clark Stone MEDICAL ASSISTANCt->es+od Holland strt>r> I supports modi- doss FLORIDA IAIOI CANAL$ nag HoMond has been Instrv.,
cal ossittanco for our senior cHlions via the Ye. Mil1, ,' Kofr- mental In getting ono million dollars In Fedoral fund for con

: Mills/ offers broader coverage than medicare K*.. M,MI p/jys Paw. ttrvction of the Cross Florida liege Canal

pitol and doctor bin for thoM in need. amirfl IIOHTS-Holland s vigltonco where all' owf Oiliest i
.1 Hghts ore concerned Is known to all. H. Is aaolnst any law that
BITTIR tt..IOIS---A. a result of Holland work In Wo"Wi" on, deprives of bet. libortlos, such at the preterit Civil Rights Bill

CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT every one of the IT motor, Hondo Harbors has ben 'improved. INTHSTATf( HIGHWAYS-Spossard Holland supported the Highway

11. FLOOD CONTROL- Hollond has been ."nci., /. ,n socu'lng ledorol Act of I''o increasing Fodoral contributions to Interstate.
tiN Funds ff South ar-d rArt.1 F 0' di rood' rnntj Roods, MMnrf 4* *Mmm e ftU ire *1 RrIM I. way.. T_
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I 4I 11I ,RE-ELECT:" 'ISPE5ARD. L... .


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; Yow STEPPING STONE to Cs)..*rottoi' o Ecooaary o IfflcUocf \ "H'ILL'fjD: : : !\ , : : ,U.S. ,SENATOR ffl.Sundoy : .


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II Cities Of The World te no rouA l /f9N.,4I1H/1f'TON Arles UPS 5 Deapttt CONSTAILE

i a brotoa. hip and wrist
C. P. WtlnttpM. attended a recent 3
FARM By AUNK MOSBY Hireling of the board of Aera*
Uttit.d. lateraHtonalPARIS railway brotherhooda in Phoenix
Free i w. TwOfMnH
nceo
(E rrOR'a NOTE: What (UPI) Paris It two He hired an ambulance to
Make a cMy start other. than cities. drive him 130 miles to Phoenix fed Williams
Ita else a...? TMa to another One I Is the beautiful and I rI and back to Tucson The state
exciting -
ef the dtnntrtui on peat "legislative representative. foi the Vote May 5 Dean Primary
Paris tourists know belt
cities) of the world writtM af -the two mites around Brotherhood Engineers attended N. ,.. A \.
square
,, I the meeting in whcilhui
United Pre IcrferaatteaalrorrnaandtaU I H )
the Place da la Concorde where i
who work and Marie Antoinette lost her head
live la then.) in the French RevolutionThis e.
0 VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
is the Paris of bookstalls Mts
on the River Setae, sidewalk BLONDIE :

lime For a Change cafes, elegant couture-
and guttering shop windows, the press line is under constructionfor piece de Concorde and awesome
Louvre Museum fine restaurants the first time since the subway Notre Dam Cathedral. artistically Students Take Dictation
the Elffel Tower and the opened in 1900. floodlit The French even
nightclub of Montmartr antiMontp.m. The glorious monument of light the trees along the SeineIn From Orbiting SatellitePHILADELPHIA
..... Paris, from the obelisk! on the the summer so you can appreciate
The other is the Paris that 1 I. Place de la Concorde to the their beauty by night. (UPI) Smm UmJtnlt are rribbll.t abe.
Jlrnllf ., Th. frmnltlln Institute iktmt imft, dui trrillng JittilfJ
not always beautiful and merryto ornate opera bouse, are beingscrubbed The bridges the host glides under -
by mr.iurW, recorded rnirr. muss in .
those who live there. This If from sooty black to are beautiful, too carved a 23,000 out ipmrt.Vow
The old "/ . you trill irrilf "'IttJt.," the wire kntimrt etui uhf*
the Paris of poverty. One slum pile pink and yellow. with Napoleon' crest or lovely
"
the ". ..
silently rofuntw fiiaVittt write i
16th ttrrn duff
dlatrlct is overflowing with Minis, the picturesque ladies.
some 100,000 Algerians, It la a Century quarter of eastern ParIs I began that eight to fall In *Wot .. you trill trritt moo," and ngtiit use. pescaascribble

Fair art Equal Ta..... Paris of Dark streets violence will be modernited. love with Paris It U a love utrtr.Tht dltlatioH ,,
U earning mum Sr tom II, m tiny talMitt
and struggle for a mean Four modern supermarketshav that hat
grim grown Now who
for AM learning cares roughly ,,,. tit nf IMIU Wmm snarling gong H-hour orbit :
existence. French housewives If my old apartment has limp- ... ...
In
tptr* The Irnntmiuion luu .d. the rminj trip from
ELECTRalph Paris If a changing city. to shop with wire basketson along plumbing It has 15th
.
earth and leek ..1. In nut-third of m front.
New apartment buildings In wheels Self service reataurants Century carved wood paneling,
The ttummtt art lulling furl tit m rUuie mtlnad of truingroict
severe, modern style are changing "le snack" or "le self, two-story high artists' .
windows, ,,.. .
,1 for lntrlligihiltr 1* retain of the kits will brompartd
J. Rossi the old skyline of black cater to young eaten forsakingthe and It la In Psrls.
the ward Hit Irnimillt4
against vlfinal
slanted roofs topped with rows old Latin custom of a two- Everything you have heard / one nf ...rf>,..1 earth .l.11_.. The list was prepared la Synfommm tty
TAX ASSESSOR of bristling orange chimneys. hour lunch. Parking garages, about Frenchmen Is true. They llmrrmri and rrprtttntt. the mod tnmmon vatrel end tnntontnttonthlnntloni L. W.ilLes" DUNSONTo
Lei Hslles, the colorful Jammed more super highways, expressboulevards really are flirtatious and emo- .. she English Imgutgt
o Pull lima a n J.... food market Ilk* a casbah of are planned. tional, even including traffic /
Bllmlnata prompt fM Um radishes and lamb chops, will Although tourist may wonder corp. The women of Paris on .Trltlfff fret toni and ftrtlmilt photo ml to are bring
ty rI. ,, .
" In the scat bring tiaulnrlff bf Tin Franklin .111.' tabs The Voters Of Polk
WIN fight U RMBomMUttf be moved to the suburbs to modernize . anxiously what Parts Is comingto the average are not beautiful for the U.s. Army Salrlliir/ Cammuninlioiii Agrntf, County:
Bii.inptl.il the antiquated food dl. the modernisation of Eur probably because as nonmilk
trlbution system ope's most old-fashioned city Is drinkers they tend to be short IVi revs ago, yes elected mt e* yew c...., CeauahalaaeffrwH
o A man that kxpa as her family does not like to "
New trains with rubber wheelsfor judged necesssry by the Inhabitants Those leggy beauties at the : (r:' :::r''; ,\\40r-.h: Dltfricf I.I .
hla pr.mla silence are being added to -inside sa well as out Lido are English or German eat baked bread In for the dinner morning that was She ,I't.! ,...,! ,, ; ,, \ awnliee' Howe. Effie''"'. 'Ian..11..., Admlalstratle. .

the Peril subwsy. A whole ex- In 1954 only half the city's but French women do have unmatched stands In line In traditional tiny \ I here seat the Fel.It"I
apartments had private toilets chic and charm a i'K-)1 I ew proud.1 My Racer ec yaw Canary C..JIII_.
hops one for fish, another for l ,
and one fifth bad bathrooms knowledge of how to dress, meat, another for cheese and .._. .. ,G.W ,QDi:, I awalte ,a caatlaae HMW, rreqrMilve, EfflclMt Aeailalatratiea. -
The situation has Improved vastly .
walk
wear makeup and .
carry The food Is beautiful ;
eggs :
ONLY CLARK STONE but still apartments are on affslr of the heart. Oa My .ee...., I reiaectfiilly' solicit yew sees cad wppwtfar
scarce and expensive and many Eliminating money-which every I 'S.; "P"j.'tf' rJR Re-llacllaa.
tenant use community bathrooms tourist knows they do not Heaps of velvety lettuce tiny .. ,.. .1' II...,." .
In the hall.Rtfrlgerstors distaln Parltlcnt I I pursue wild strawberries, pates sprinkled 'tFl L W. "Lei" DUNSON
have ]just begun food love and beauty culture with pistachio nut or truffles :'sT Candidate for Commissioner
be accepted Paris ranks ai In that order more than 400 types of County
o
the { gt$ NI V. i i'A
$50,000 District
has pledged to save V" : 3
the 16th city in the world in the The avenge Paris housewife cheese, long loaves of unwrapped
told bow he
has
first year AND you number of telephones The telephone devotes her life to the kitchen crusty bread that also are . , 1\
win do Itl I company has 176,000 unsatisfied and shop for food twice a day, useful for hailing taxis ft for by P.l. Cam d icii Fails .f 1. W. "U P.maa
requests for Installation.
It operate a messsge service
for telephone-less citizens
because there are so many.

Sine 1946 the Paris popula.
tlon has increased 29 per cent,
to 2,800.000 In the 6S.S square
miles of Paris Itself or U91,- Compare candidates before YOU vote TuesdayHere's
i 000 In the Paris region of 297.J
squire miles. The city fathers
expect the region to hold IS
million by the 2,000.
year
Some 30.000 University of ParIs .

I hopelessly student struck overcrowded last year class over What BEN HILL GRIFFIN Offers

.r rooms.. Often you cannot enjoy
the city square and boulevard
because of the 1,664,27auto.-
bile forming a solid black One,
their exhausts killing trees. Senator
As Your State
The Francs promise that their- .... r .i .
attempts to make Part more 4 ;
comfortable for themselves will
not ruin Its charm for the for
eigners.
Not every tourist or new resident .
For cartful. handtUej of public foods . loves Paris. The first four
month after I arrived here I Ben Hill Griffin
1 was appalled by the high prices, KNOW-HOW and RESPECT OF LEGISLATORS, gained as

ELECTCLARK the grocery shopkeepers who ex- Endorsed by ALL State Representative past 8 years.
plod If you touch the fruit or

vegetables, the endless standing Polk Editors . RECORD OF PERFORMANCE for In phosphate
in line of theater and In food persons ,

STONECLERK shops, Paris I* sophitlcsted, citrus, cattle, tourism, education ; for business people; for
cold and In many way std Lakeland
taxpayers
The French are not friendly to

foreigner Lodger SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS BACKGROUND Griffin Is NOT
CIRCUIT COURT But one night I took a boat ; .
ride down the tree-llned River Winter Haven a lawyer
Seine past young people boldIng .

N. P.I. A11 the graceful hands on fountain the quays of, put the News-Chief KNOWLEDGE OF POLK COUNTY and its people, gained

Frostproof from being born here and living here all his life.


Newt CAPACITY and ENTHUSIASM for work as proven by his

POLK COUNTY NEEDS Lake Wales! own life.NEVERSAYDIE.


HigM.ncUr determination to get the best Job done,

always.Polk .
a county commissionerTHAT County

Democrat -'

WILL: Bartow


Haines City

1. Work full time for the best interest of the Herald .


entire county. Auburndale 1

Star In return for your vote BEN HILL GRIP. a',,

2. Establish more and better community play. FIN offers outstanding qualifications t"

Fort Mead and pledges to you "diligent, honest 1
grounds to meet the needs of our children. Leader and dedicated service."



3. Provide long range planning for an adequate Winter Haven "d ,

Herald ,
county wide system of roads.

Late Wales I .

4. Bring more industry to Polk County. News "I s i-


5. Vocational Technical School. MulberryPress



6. Promote Tourism. I. '

t,.

7. Develop lakes for boating and fishing. .5 .1. {f'



ELECT



Bob JONES ELECT




County Commissioner BEN HILL GRIFFIN Your State Senator




District 5 I
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Record Vote Is Seen In PrimariesTALLAHASSEE


(UPI) -dvO other unforseaaB. event oa eatc- .........tio& supervisor a.-
rights, an interesting taste Use day could. ksn.his. predfc. hose says Dade voters aretradttieMlly
The Man
ran and. a field of .
strong Use into a cocked hL"About lasy in the fleet
gubernatorial candidates are fee only sMug reason- prtaurtos during a general
expected draw a record numb ably certain oa May I is that election year
r of FlorMa't U milUon vot- there will be a record. wimber
era to the polla T1r.sday.Secretary of votes cart in the governor'srace The fact that two Dade oounHans -
of State Tom AdamiFlorida' ," he said! "IMs U virtu -gubernatorial candidate To Vote For isSETH
chief election official, ally sssured by the fact that Robert King High and attorneygeneral
predicted that 1225,000 voters there are more registered. hopeful Earl Fairciothare I
would cast their ballot la the voters today than at the same In the race might spark
first primary This U M per period to 1960." a larger turnout Brown said,
cent of the sUtes registered Officials in Dade County, the Tuesday's primary, Adams
1 voten, most populous in the state, are said voting machines will be
But adams admitted predicting! a 50 per cent turnout used by9 of the state's IT
[ that bad weather or some of the 09.150 registered voters. counties and three other coun MC
ties-Baker, Pasco and Jeffer KEEL
son-will use a combination of
machlnea and paper ballots.

About 60 per cent of Florida's
voters are Democrats, but the
Republicans Increased their
strength by 49.2 per cent since for theMEMBER ,
1960 compared to 216 per cent
for the Democrats Adams said

Six candidates are running
(or the Democrat c gubernatorial
nomination, making runoff
May 26 a virtual certainty
a. Three Republicans are on the
billotSen. OF BOARD OF PUBLIC
Spessard L. Holland D
Fla., faces the challenge: of one
of Florida's mo+t colorful politick
..
... figures and a two-time political
, .. loser-In Orlando Builder INSTRUCTION
J. Brailey Odham,
Democratic nomination Is tantamount .
w ., to election in Florida
which had not had a R-puhlicangovernor
If' . wt.,,,, since 172 The over
nor who takes office In January
to replace incumbent Farri
Bryant win serve a bobtail two
year term He will *e e'lej*'ii >
he .
) seek re-election In 1966 for
k # four years. Florida ls vltchin"" .s
f Its elections to non presidential
election Furs.Democratic ,
contenders Include
two large city mayors, three Y + r
1 J
legislators and a former jens-
tor. The candidates: are Miami"

My Dad Is O.K.! Mayor Robert Mayor King Hayden Hit,Hums Jacksonville ., 1er I

Sen. John Mathews Jr., Sen
i
Scott KeFy Rep Fred Karl
I want my Winter Haven friends to know my DadIs and former Sen Fred 0, Dickinson
\ .
OK. Dick'nson' and Burns lost to

Dad is conscientious and sincere. Jryant four years ago ,
All but High are opro-ei to
Dad is stable! and mature the accommodation ttt, 'Ion of T ,t
the civil rights bill. Kelly has
,, Dad has been an Administrator and Accountantfor tamed himself the "symvol" of
over 17 '0'11"0,11'01'1 to the m".. irs. HI**
x years. the backing of Negro civil .
W. '
hti leaders while Burns has j ;
PLEASE CONSIDER MY DAD, \\1
: of belnt stiff 01 i .
IntegraMonlMa, #:! > ,
; CHARLES L. COOPERFor The Tl.yesr-old Holland has
left much of Ms nmollInlnc! to 40*
friends whIle l mainedl,
Our Neit Tar Collector'1, iA R i": i J q aiblnjrtanj-td, baPe the .1.1In 't. ?J'
rights MU. M's. II-i"
For tile lest Interests. of All Polk County fubrraatorlal Mds He II I !It

; the bicklnt./ of the National A*.
Barbara Cooper Clack IJtoclatlon for the Advancementnf
Colored People and the Florl-
(
f. '.1, Adv H for by l oboe Cae,., Clack Ida AFL-CIO 1


i ii i }


67,590 0


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J L ; 't\

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i Democrats are registered . even fewer will make the decisions for more then ______ ji s

J 200,000 Polk Countians next Tuesday. Vote wisely and we can all!! ..



i, WIN with WOODS "If elected I will be honest and fair 4''. ,*'



.",. to ALL of Polk County." ,.. '


1
"Four years ago, I made two Importantpromises
No one can quarrel

-to give you a voice In govern.x *
'\

m.nt and to put your county government '; with this stand.
:

; on a busineis-like basis. The record provesI


I have kept faith with you. I ask you now This is a great opportunity to get a man on the

to keep faith with me through support for

a second term In this vital public office." board from District I I.




We have needed this type of official during these



DEDICATED SERVICECONTINUED last few months.


WIN I GOOD GOVERNMENT


\ McKeel) has served as a member of the school trus-



tees. He understands the working of the School Board.



Re-elect . He'll bring a businessman's approach to the best inter



E! FLOYD WOODS ests of students, parents and taxpayers.





'r COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 1 VOTE FOR McKEEL TUESDAY




f,.. M. oII rioSunday POU1'CAL AIri1111StiMOR1T -


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(I) Announcements (I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted \ - I ((8)) Automotive ((8)) Automotive ((9)) Business Opportunity



YOUNG MEN fulfill mill COME SEE US
your Mr. Modest
Sportswear
Fr.. IWrM tary obligation with only six CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST

by months active duty Return for INOUR InvestorWould

service with your local Marine
CltalmlWhite With Eac:1aShampoo : Riser unit Call 131111. LOCAL SERVICESAVE mil NEWLOCATION you accept a return .fK

Tampa, for detail. % after eipenaea We hive

Stag June 30 an established buiUteit that al

Sat moat operate itself. Owner
VoyagerShapely MONEY . SAVE TIME AT h at other Inlereits, to will

& VOTE FOR 1962 DODGE LANCER "770" 4 ell fully equipped for ONLY

HAVEN BEAUTY SALON SETH McKEELFOR CALL TODAY DR.. Std. Trans RatH, 401 6th Street, S.W.We fUjoo Let HI show you how \
One
owner you caa fo fiablnhIIe
have iclection of groin
I large :
I tog 15% or Morel!
It Have HotelCY31W
Board W Public Initmctioa 1961 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4

Dialrlct N. 1 SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE DR. P.S. P.B. RU, low I BOTH NEW &

J'ACOTTAGE TUESDAY, MAY STH H mileage USED CARSSee ft ;

"For Styles That Sfa, SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUC 1960 RAMBLER CLASSIC Sta .
Teary.rrlca Pl." !
SHOP DOOM and REPAIR Financing Authorised OB Extra U.
Wgn A/T. R&H.
... EXPERT: !: Male Water Bkler May available W. R. Helms, General .iBrreller .ymoulh .Laacer RealtorAioclates
Garden Road 30 to September" T. 0..... Ski/ Ifolld/rag/ Contractor Call Valiant clean For the best deal In town WARREN SECKEL .
IIiO Cypress Pageant Lake. Oiark. .Missouri CY MeTS. 17 May 34Psrmanenl FLOYD RuBKttrS: MOTORS I
Open I A.al. 'til T P M. ... ---- 121 Sixth St. SW :itl01 1958 RAMBLER STA WGN. Eve. Ph.
17 May 17 W. II. McReynoldi CY J-J60S! I
PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE
VOTE FORJ. S Inches of concreteand Overdrive, R&H .
steel Beautiful marble (.aleh. Helen Whitley CY 3 SMSWUma
tones
e
KEEP four serviceman M ([2-B) Loans $1,000 Up
with, oil .IHe Hometown News orssedln B. THORNHILLFOR no painting never. needs watsrchange UPHOLSTERINGFINE 1960 CHEVROLET H Ton P.U. M Hudson CY 3-7S22
Years In
14 county
hbn the Winter Havenpally .
extra clean .. 3
Call anytime CY S7DUCYPHE8U i
NewM-hlef Special nleI I Phone CY 4 1211
months lUll Call CY Hill sow. CLASSIFIED DISrLAYHBOBBtlaBVi POOLS
tr- Tax Collector .-...)' T UPHOLSTERING EX 1959 FORD 2 DR. Eta Wagon 4 NITE CLUB FOR SALE at a r,'al
-- TUESDAY, MAY 5TH PERT: RE.FINISHIKO: Compete I food price' Chance for liquor licenee
.e Cyl, Std Trans R&H
,
fabric selection. WOLFE UPHOUfTUtY CY 3-1317: CY M317J:.
14 MortgageLoans MOVING STORAGETHREE SHOP 114 Avenue A, 34,000 Miles ., FOR BALE 1M1 Volkswagen. One
ME: CY 1-2710 Day.Nlfht owner. Good condition< I10MOO. MOTEL 13 emu. I yean old.
31.May II No trades CY "-2346. 1-4 $70000 111.OUO dowa Beet Location
I F\O\\ Koberts IB Winter Haven. CT MJT1TF 1
(I.A Instructions d
([ ) -. $1000 end Up- IVORY BROTHERS .
IIII0000a's MOVING COMPANY FOR SALE:: 1MO Chevrolet and
. Talk to Home
us Afnts ALLIED: VAN LINES ImprovementREPAIR Victors 1U "" .IIac. See at IW Art B. 8WZSMay GARDEN TRACTORS En.raj
U.S. CM! Service Tests! about yourproblemi Local Lone Distance complete quality line asoline and
Moving 4 Storage Your "Dodge Dealer 'I diesel! home or garden M attachmenti .
Call Collect . MM44J available' Dealerships l
Warehouse Off.-Bartow Air Bat REPLACE: : PAINT. !21 tth SI. SW CY 14111 CADILLAC CON*''r:RTIBLK: i available Write A /. Plerxngalea
1S-U. Start high NO APPRAISAL FEE
Man-women. Call for FREE: twSTIMATE O U
ELDARADO BIARRITZ. .
Factory
P O. Box Orlando.
30 Fla
Mr*. CarttM"CompleU 37 Apr. 27 GRAY. Contractor after I 00 p m2UM32 SO-S I .
at |102.00 s week Preparatory ON air full compliment or accessoriesBeet Distributor. -S- \
: : t-May 4
offer CY HMKM. M
with haircut ndityllng" training until appointed. Thousand FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST 1953 BUICK Riviera Hardtop 41.000 FOR LEASE: NEW SHELL
of Jobs open Experience MORTGAGE Panting Papering mile.. Runs fine Transmlselon SERVICE: STATION 4 baye now
lntormatlon TREE SERV.CE hint replaced by 2nd owner Only ((8-A) Business under onnitructlon at Boulheait
FREE
luuaBy unnecesitry CORP. Property
IMtOO_._. cult Phono 7/1-ult. 30-1 Paw Shopping' Center, Cypree.Carton.
CARLTON SOUTHEAST on Jobs salaries, rtqulrements of WINTER HAVEN RepairingI --- Rd. 16th' Bt Contact ME .
140 DODGE 4nloor V3. automatic Thome, Shell 011 Co.,,
Tampa
Writ TODAY flvln S19 Central Ave. CV3J1J1: !
SALON
BEAUTY
DE MOSSIN radio heater. excellent condition Phone H77-0741. &tRAISBTMONEY
TRIMMING CAVITY -
Southeast Plata < name, add,,.. and phone. 1, McCOY . Quality work. O, CALLING. RE: PEDD1NO.Compl.t. 2280: Ave C. SW Phone WJ-OMO Office Rental
1.tf fast, clean and reaeeejaule IT : by arlllnf mow 1
Lincoln Service. Box A ItOt %"( .n"h clran-wp Free Eetlmalet _
CY 31C3Ope / I ;;" CY M6S1 116 4th Call LUKE TREE SERVICE: MODERN 3 paneled air condltloned belli, ;
ro.mCo.: u.r''v
Ntwi-Chlel -I- du.ul Jan Phyl Vlllaa-e/ 17-TF CY M33. IJ-May U lest PONTIAC 8tarchl 4-door ei Roy 888 Jack:
EveoJtogi ((3)[ ) Situation WantedMAN hardtop sedan Clean. |7>>tOD. oflcei Suitable for pro- sonvlUe\ 4.
*
I 29o595t. 1.4 tensional meD, accountant, -
_
WTT I LEARNTO ALUMINUM TELEVISION REPAIR lawyers, finance etc Ample VOTE FORSHELLEY

with power saw would like to parking In rear Located at 239
VOTE FOR
have lob all I Mr Floyd S. 1
REPAIR CM Bates Avo,uiw"'pr. 37.May I A Third st.. SW across from
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Screen, Enclosures Carports CALL JORDAN TV SETH McKEELFOR Exchange Bank parking lot BOONEFOR 1
Dcilre days work" House clean oA.n1II Window Screeas :111-1602:
IIM. IlICTIIC log. Experienced Call CY 3x>7 .Uulldlnir SpecialtiesALUMINUM For the Fastest TV Service"
... In The South Board of Public Instruction Call Owner Superintendent of Public
And business maehlnss Ssrn DISCOUNT SALES CO INC. S 4 H 0'.. Stamps
while 1et. learn In Tempe a YOUNG mol.h.r wunla 4.,. work" I Let 0...... Do It" 1TF District Na. 1 Instruction 1
Air Condition nsw. sffics, Machine TsehnleslInsl call CY 1261.. H Avs A A lib St. SW W3-64M M TUESDAY MAY 5TH CY 4-2444 TUESDAY MAY 5TH 7t

3-May H 30-5
34
Ivol.f Clause' HIGH SCHOOL girl would Ilk. DAY NURSERY

NOWI! Industry nnaalnsd t.eanpelan baby ...Iltln1.In Garden Grove SWAP SHOPWE
Wr" 6011 N. area. Responsible and refer.nca.
Grady, Tamp.. :3t341>3. JACK JILL NURSERY
1 Month I Years Up T2J'I
BUY SELL TRADE anything Mondar through Saturday
CkeckHrt ei Phone 876-3378 ((4)) Lost & Found ; of value GOPHER HOLE in Avo. C. SB
SWAP SHOP US. Hwy. IT Eaglet CY 1-153
VflwUHwieAIr )0-3 -.ke CY 11507.May 4 Air Condltlon.d34TF ,

CeH'.....'.' ..eftts LOST One male miniature Mark 1
and tan Daarhund Reward for InInrmatlon ROOFING ;. I 1 1 I
VOTE FORSHELLEY .. .
Vey feel ketterVeu l
.., better. Powell CMt Ydl 'I3If'ICO., M LAWN SERVICELAWN
Veu sleep. ..".r. S.
v.. .....". elsen airVeor RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL -
Bern. Is .,.ft.freeNelie BOONEFOR ((5)) House Trailers . INDUSTRIAL. New
'le sealed' sutFewer repairs of all type SERVICE. TREE BUR-
I nettle fet I.. "o'Ata ROOFINCO. OWN LANDSCAPING
!Bjuee plants, Brew '.".'. Superintendent of Public :low: Dundee Rd. 2MI477ItMar BODDINO JAMES: B:, ROYAL a>
Is kept outside I SPRING CLEARANCE It SONS NURSERY Writs P.O. Box I 1 r 1
Everyone ,lo ,."., naturedHeeltnful Iutne O. Buy your Mobile Homo II. Waverly, IMS Je .' J
Indeor ellmet. Dealers Cost Y.
J Ne beat etrai on elder:: rank. II TUESDAY, MAY STH 10 a$0'at . .u..oo
".."1,.,,,, treubleaalleviates. 10' I 401 . I39NIM: PLASTERING
1-. . IMtOO CAMP TRAILERSCAMP
VOM city dome mereVou :l"DETA'C TRAILER PALLS:

onteHaln, .oftone 1114 Hwy. .l W. HAR KOTE MARBLE.LODE
Friends ....j'l.1..'''..* you. Bank Piaster
financing at 1%"
Children .., hems mere ((14)) Loam Up To $600 S-May T fur exterior walls. swimming TRAILERS for rent or sale
1 Cleaning bllio! are lower pools. H. R BROWN CY Supply" limited Reserve your
I Weed deem were and "1321. 31-Tv date now Johnson Appliances.
Highway IT Lake Alfred 37211MItMay .
oraskOreatsr TRAILERS FOR SALE OR RENT.
homo ...... vslye Real Estate Loans New or Used Avery Trailer II

Park 8400 Havendale. MJ7JWit, VACUUM CLEANERS
0. sacaat M Improved propertyao
FEDDERSWarMi cloele* oeu sISKplf" bray - -- PAINTING Immediate Delivery Financing Easily Arranged
year deed Unl deeertiitlsB MOBILE UVING PARTS 4 SERVICE: for KlrbyHoover ,
::. alee ..,: Sad awruafeelay Electrolux and all other. Trades AS
Urfo 11I11.. maI ...... s.......... 1k..ums AT ITS BEST Free High
..., mates . ,Piu:4: ;'ib.fcu INTERIOR A EXTERIOR
W.... H_ aMrw..u.a Why not live In a four star pant KANER SERVICE: . Phone Morris H Cknney, Painting Contractor Americans No. 1 Pickup. ASW 5195 J DOWN
on B lovely. leieT One that has FREE ESTIMATES -
. CY 34SU t-May 3
Air! '
C.dldealqATTKISSON;
Domestic Loan .
city :type sewers fine drinking wa SATISFACTION GUARANTEED:
tar, direct. '' m. .n Call WJ-W7J: Day or Night I4U4 Deal Your. Way Now Low
.. ISM 'or minimum' .1""i.I".r.LIII" aloe" 14th Si BE Winter Haven. 311HARLES Low Rates i'
Cf MIM with all the fun \iv recreation WHEEL CHAIRS I .
led MW
Cw. A .
a --- -- .

are facilltlea MOBILE yours These VIUJkOE at thlnns PALM, Just and SHORM flfte.n more (' IVERSON PAINTER: \\Y"T ll :'Co'm"e"' J( "Out I : Used' :C: '' . : ,''IPage

Heating ft Cooling ((2)) Help Wanted minutes the .11I.from.. Wlnt.r of Lake Haven Alfred. northof near WHEEL Hoepltal CHAIRS Beds' Crutchee for rant, Walk Also Job Careful estimated work .or. by. Call the CY hour 3411til I : I). I .ir, ,Fai: i

Route 13 OB Mousy Road ere Commoitea Oodfrey s RentalsCY : :20th St. SW I
3-J411. 171 Ave A. NW 14-TF 1l(6 I
Call CY 3-0289) Progressive 62 MONZA COUPE 42 CHEVROLET '41 CHEVROLET
Young
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((5-A) Moving & Storage 4..,..... power pock. rube! 4.0*. ItlAlt SEDAN IflAIR SPORT SEDAN

Sales Organization ((6)) Special Services I frlm heater. Maroon with bleed I, P.6y radio' and1 keeterCool I.cyl. '.&., radio and kest

IMPERIAL MOVING A STORAGE. I ( -A) Animals & Supplies white.Only "r. Cool turquoise.
would like to Interview aeveral Prompt and efficient service for
.25. looking to find themselves all your oases.[ neede Call I' 1545 1595
men AND Only
CY I-41M for free eetlraatee.A . CVSTOM MADE DRAPES 1795
In life, in s wonderful business *.... for Atlas Van Lines. Incsenrlnc .ALTERATIONS Blind stitched" 'I CHIHUAHUA for sale. Female 3 Only
modern equipment JU10 Hickory old. Also Stud SVrvIco, CY
all M 14-Tr
Draw against cornmlsilon, i i states 4.1061. .
.
NW CY J-7W4 Mrs Edna Schoseer
VOTE FOR booui other co benetltt Full m ---- We Are Overstocked on Low Priced Used Cars

SCOTT KELLY time or part time evening: Our ((6)) Special Services - -- i MALE BOXER Stud Service II

For GovernorTUESDAY full time men earn KOOOO to. Winter Sallerartlon Haven Floor Guaranteed Surfacing Co. I CY Registered t-Ktl. fawn a white 2TrPOODUE SEE US TODAY ON ONE OF THESE AND SAVE!

(40000 weekly Sales expert 311 S Fliet at.'hon.. CY 4-JWl
MAY STH ,
Winter Haves Draft ., c.
ends helpful but not necessary All types Commercial SReeldeatlal
34 si we train Ask for Mr Lewis, draHInfSatlifactloB LAW"-MOWER REPAIR- SERVICEWII.EY CUP 1300 TRIM al ISM MINIS PUPPY PINK AS Cash $95 TO S600 IALANCE
Landmark Motel Monday eve. Ouaranteed : RICHARD POODLE SALON Phone 213-17411, S
Draw *l4g CY -IW I 1131 Mlh St. NW for appointment 17.TF
FOR: nlng. May 4th 7:00: p.m. sharp S-TF. 10-4 L Down WITH QUALIFIED CREDIT
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I No phone calls pluM . 1-3

I. WHITER. BRIGHTER VOTE FOR o 1958 Chevrolet Impala Spts Cpe.

CLOTHE MOItEBKtrEs and board furnished.WANTEDroom plus 110 AUSTIN RACE W
Vaughn Wright
GLASSWARE salary per week White womaB FOB
SPARKLING 1955
2.
around 40 years old single. CALL Mercury 2Dr. H.T.
I SILVER CY S-MM. DPI Ave. O E: M Board W Public IsilnicUoa AS

3. SOFT. LUSTROUS HAIR Dlatrict N4 1949 International
'ton Stake
NEED several ambitious ladlea or RecommendYou TUESDAY MAY STH
I I. CLEAN KR. SMOOTHER younc men who would bo Inter-

SKIN .spare. .4 time IB oarnliuj. An oscellent eitra money opportuni.IB 14 1959 Chevrolet 4Dr. Sedan 1957 Olds 98 4-Dr.HT Sedan

.... We train. Call
CALLS to.I.-.I.:; 304
HAVE YOUR

ROUTE-: Salesman-- --, ago-II to-HIPrefer -.. ((7)) To Buy Or TradeWE 1954 Ford V2ton Pickup 1S58 Chevrolet 4Dr. Std. '6' PG

man with\ sales or route
xtwri nee A ily, at 1NO Ilk It.. 1955 Chevrolet 2Dr. SA'S' PC
;w 'i aa v m t0 '.110 pmPhone BUY lued apt I,ances and fur- 1958 Ford 2Dr. Auto Trans.
CY 3Nde. >>S SHOCK ABSORBERSCHECKED ..,.... and .. erll ueed auphaneee -
. ..
- and furallure Brooke Appliancesa
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ft WaUr 4lrrkePhono FORMER MARINES, receive Furniture 2M1 Havendato Blvd S-TF 1959 Ford 2Dr. Std. Shift 1958 Chevrolet 2Dr. PG


293.2580a6- yes credlta four one((4)toward week-end days retirement pay drill.each Regular month plus AT ((8)[ ) Automotive.pEEDOIIETER 1957 Chevrolet 4Dr. "6" PC 1956Ford 2Dr. Std. Shift


--.- the added earning power of two 1957 Mercury 4Dr. Sedan 1958 Mercury 4-Dr. Phaeton Sd.
la California AutoAVI. -- Tachometer
week summer camp Peavey's Superior Complete servtco aid caMea.a
VOTE FOR la August Call I34-1SU a, J Servloo. 1M i-it. SW 1959 Chevrolet 2Dr. PC
1958
Tampa, for details C & FARNOL. S.W. CY 4-08. ITF1M4 Chevrolet 2Dr. DelRay

AUSTIN RACE Juan II
OALAXIK lOt XL 4oor 1956 Ford 4Dr. 1953 Olds
FOB Herron's Esso Service Spt. CoupeffllW
Span Coupe. spied Iranemla-
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UitnctlonDUtrict A I MECHANIC other .....
.1Ic ,
Board .. r* _m" ._. 4J7 engine. dual burs aucketseats.
N*. 4 Apply apply United Salary Motor plus Service'. MOAw CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD Call 3N3M4 after 135 p sISMay 4

TUESDAY, MAY STH NW 3SMajrOtSBBEErESl 4

S-4 WANTED Tyler's Super Test
VOTE FOR
Room 4 Board furalehed plus /
11000 per week. Matured white EAGLE LAKE, FLORIDAor I I1N1J
woman or couple. CY ...*.. SU3nor SCOTT KELLY
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Jeuitlryin -
Brlnl, PARTMANAGLR- - -for- -O"C truck Yew Favorite G.-ocJe or S rvka Srotioai Far CavtrmBC

........ L.
IW Fro hard TYa.Ie .1' TUESDAY MAY STH
TWH'sHroot.. p.nile'" I. "laIr typo ......1.... STirfc $rre 1W

Block fort; *Watch el .**S4Jewelry O* oQullty NL monthly. yearly need apply bonus Tot Immediateopening salary WHOLESALE AUTO PARTS ----- I-t IMNTEfc" HAVENS:'" CHFNROLET .

Etystf Central.Supply Contact('It.A Hwr f. 37 Sllncluft North. U SIXTH. milT WINTII HAVIN PHONI CT 4-4174 11 VOLKSWAGEN ..... OM
Lake. Ws4. Phone e-llll or CY owner. Now urea. sUdtt Ctoaa.limiM .
S-st3t .....* and 1 uBdaveAOBO Seo al Sierra Court Motel.Hwy .
INIal at J"m.. vtt it Monk. >4




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(I ) Article For Sale (I I0)) Artielws! For Sale (I I-A) For Rent Unf. ((12)) For Rent, Furn. ((13)t ) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) R..I Estate For Sale \((13)) Real Estate For s.. ((13)I ) Real Errata For SU



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ROBATO WRECKING COMPANY 3 BBDRUOM uaru..aoIIocI0* Nil': furnished alwrtmrnt. doer\ I
ha* for ease date door noon Kitchen equipped SM BEASUJCY: In $1000 a m."lh Jay7110; ,n DuplexD OPEN HOUSE CHARMING
NaturallyWe Inc. window Venetian. MM. pipe. REALTY; IX KH Sth 't. NW CY ..... 11
lumber. all....*. All material* s-sm ss-rr Newly I I bedroom normlarnt- beautiful, !
SM: TO :eo P.M. SUNDAYCWMT
Have HerMOTHER'S Men at Central An. School. CT -- ------ ErrlCIKNCY .psrtm.at. air con 7AVAILABLE landscaped lot ha Florida nn.melertrlc
30 15. "May 4 NVNaUSAHKMimrriucsuMtu dltkMMd TV Near. North Oate Decorated LyiMUIe A Orange Sit 1'IIIIIr Venetian blind. n.Mock .
and teach Orbit. Meal SM ttk I Lake Alfred from chain of lake. (KM.-'
DAY APARTMENT Bt. NW CY 343T S-TF and beat The price I li rlhi: .
POLY FOAM RUBBER AM I IMor WtMer Havea'i S =
beat aelaelloe -- --- Each tide 2 bedrooms Pla. 05*
dupe DISCOUNT PRICK room, utehan mrtMul alaotrt cheat HousE: for reelS I: Deilrablrnel An cuistsndlnf buy in 3 BR I NOW!
ttJRD'S TRIM BHOP Ml Aw. furac StU AT*. B,, NW lborkood Aleo over I acrelAMl. room. elec! flap Walking dis- bath Fit. horn Q.E SOUTHEAST
-GIFT. B NW CY XU e-TF 13-TT Rearo abb. Owner 330 A\'r lance to school & stort. Only room 4 Bedroom
I O SE: SS334IS3S $4 kited,**, air contton & maiy r..tIoII
14500. Good terms, OM aide Three 3 Bedroom a. nncoq tonally neat I
ELECTRIC: chicken fryer. Uaaae. I BEDROOM unturalahed apart. other extra OwiMr trMtarred. kNse .'alkltuj dletanr
COMI, SEE iete. arm chair blanket cheat buiprlas Stove and refrigerator FT HOOM Truer Electric and available for rent $YI. Live in Three t Bedroom sad all IE: Khoul
and maltreat Mona out lore. Ifrlsf rem. at.. emrraodlag. water urnlahed 110 00 week Hii loot can be you I't
us. . I per < other half. Meal to itipptifncnt a Air CMKhUoned balhi. Fla room
o( town 234107 I'M to ':*> III tk $1 NW. CT $4175 CY .. look wai
p.m. 8I 113BEDROOM f aiA. Drop by *t this I* wall oarpet In living 4hr
Next to if'(j p.Ift."I .. -.-- -- your Income Nkt JoeIUoa.I beautiful home or call .. .... 3H ten air condition.MMalM .
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: runuahetf apartmentoa hi MtM Tn see rail\
3-RXPROOM: duplex apartmaatWater .

tile RItZ WASHER-DRYER dID... Mat be man eieellent tospprcloat. nom{I CY 3-WT1.tamiehea'la Lake SM.OO BMpp a moath.CaU : SHOO Lake a Stiver month Drive Call CY Bummer S4TTO rate orCT I Beasley Realty Co. ;| GENE COOPER 5AVAILABLE Lola Bash, Aa oe. CY 3.KM

See 0081 Elm Sl NW. P15- au J-I3SO 3-TF
a. ? IM / k !st, NW CY i-m '
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-more Ihoro.- ao4 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED 3-bed.. - ? I I\ Registered Broker Edgar T. Hales
R SALE:
lance*, -air Rent conditioner reconditioned" and BE COOL till umraer. Big die room houee with carporte and VOTE FOR I ON CHAIN or LAKES New 4 37S.IMS Lab Alfred SOON I ,
arl I a I o a, Easy Term. count on all O 8, and; BUCKSON large acraeiird porch water fun ...eI_ 3 bath .home 40' REALTOR
WORTH APPLIANCE!\ 310 '.u ELLSWORTH, 3<0 3rd nMh.d $4003 per montll. 8103 Ave AUSTIN RACEFOR oreenad parch, double. carport i I Idock .3. S One 4 Bedroom III Ave A. SW CY Hlr:> :
St., NW X>4Larse IR 'rW' CY 343x.
81. HW J" Wee ante Lake Eloise Hoover a
3-ay a 1 Three :1 Bedroom
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\ Kv.d. CY .140 CY I-OtU 7 TF 111
PER APARTMENTS DUf'I&Jl1iI ---- a 1 On* :I BedroomAir
DAY rental for Electric Instruction
Board of Public
SURF BOARD sood condi
I t bedroom 140-550 ----- ---
pet Bhampooer with pure...... lion HS.OO. HO. trala car up BEAS1.EY try''tJ UUtrlct No. 4 LAKEFRONT WANTED Conditioned
lINt Ltutr
w.... John Boland Huru- Tracki on plywood I complete albantam M Std St. NW CY 3-"., 3S-TF of
304JFICE TUESDAY MAY STH Plenty
price. Tax aaaanhon
--- - Lovers
.with cone excellent oondttton CY MODERN 3.brdroom ... 34 104 on Lake Alfred. Furnished' Nature WHERE?

r. pump largo, :.r.plaatk Slfooo.!pool,Culll-inch S-TSSO or Ml W. Lake Blbert Drafter and refrigerator, Oarafe. =: ___ __ _n__ .. __ ___ :2 bedroom 2-btth, Fla. room, B Space. .
Water 1:30:: p.m. W In. ,".00 monthly Ml Ave D SE.CT This open styling brick IN BEAUTIFUL GARDEN
BoTtner.
SWO.OO value
3-StM. 304I large living room birch cabinets Large Lots !11!
BOO. CY ._. 4- FOR RENT: furatehed IsherrwtWta4. rretr home gives you a GROVE
FOR FAMOUS KNAPP SHOES -- --- ; ".110 par month. CTKWTf built-in oven. Extra storage

vndonement BBER STAMPS. . alfaatur- Fur. check. . TUCK HARRISONCY Jall porch 3-BEDROOM encloeed" liouae.garage Jaloueted 1 3-bed- 30-3 room utility room terras- fevlipu doors of bringing I lddt-: One thoout Just a half nil Cut ot Ofpreia Enjoy ttos roomy :J BR 2'
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.r purpOM aka dating art return block, newly paSited IneWe. 10 floors ceiling heat pea Gardena bath home, air conditionflci
FIRST Road
FUXMR avanmaat Walkingdiitanoe I on Slat
lltampa Jl-May II Permanent tenant, lake Ida. CYK67S. wall 'II.m.h.1 wall it sliding glass doors built
ITARsalePRES3 pocket law. lake. Clean aulet sprinkler ') place, in oven at rangr.
Item r'lI : Phone CY ._ 304 Yearly f te. 3<...11I _tltl,. Ml. which open onto I 3V' ref washer
- --- - dryer. Hardwood
. A. NW.TF- BUNDY FLUTE approved by A.. 3-75W ,.t, It Motor lOCk MO.COME
3-Bedraom LAKEFRONT -
home with
screened a
school band. 150,00. Pair. Jr. porch giving OUT AND LOOK: 'EM 11001'1. i lot
wa- fireplace and rile bath $100 00 - -- ---- -- -- car carports on
Nil: bar cement miser I HP ter lilla. Stern Court H.,. per of
Motel spacioualieslThe
IfO-Straiton engine. Good con- 11 Nortll. N month. Apply Sierra Court Motel. FURNISHED laaerroM 34wdro.m SM Pena Ave Lake Alfred feeling OYEB well landscaped 150' X 1J2' Only
iIIUon. CY 4-1062. 301Sl'MMER Hwy. IT. North. 3S-TF hewn with carport.'yt>m and beeutifully landscaped fK.OOO. Owner will retry
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PLANTS NEW double dreieer and mirror 3-Bk.UKOOM: duptri on lab Dnrk maple 4-3t03 shade tree Water lurnlehrdCV M Owner Occupied I garden li easily John Wood Homes Mt,. Its vacant A ready to o.
.tie Be. SHihlly marred 114 10. SAVE: and beach, kitchen I cared for with water
ft Tomato*,rt Cockecomb. Scarrt 80% Lamp, .......1., d........ ..- IT800 month No pMa. OY 1Iit NBWI.Y drcoratod ] na>m aiwii -- ----- .. from a deep well ...itheempll't. PS*** leJ.un cup, BOWBeasley
Sage, Plnlu. bin, dinette, chain, etc 00 up.Warehouse J"TP'
Petunlu Elnnla i.:1: ___ inert for adult Screened iioirh toTr
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nd Marigold. SHAW'S AT TRAF- Furniture S3 All rlirtrh- kitchen CY 3-7UW S4MI Irrigation sys Realty Co.
1C LIGHT in Elol e 34If till St.. NW. 504Qualny TWO THREE bedroom home for Ave C. BW 3-4 THIS COULDBE tem. --- -- -- --

rent Call Chuck B. FnemkeSCHOFNTHALER tM.. DOWN 'M Ilk S&, NW CY ivy
ROOMS of fin furniture. Include reconditioned men' work CO. JW-JU
4 piece aectlonal. frtfertor, uniform Not pre-packaged, tee after S p m. 21>>-t1I1. .... ITII! ! The details are all carefully 1010 coat, patmeat IMOO. AttraaIve -
...r. S3 piece* In *U Taw what you buy. All eliei and colon (12-Cj[ ) Mortgage Leant worked out from Si 3-netfrom CM home, fundneUthk.irh.KHt.
yor paymrnt M M beak Lea r $11 Arlana Lv.Auburndale I BEDROOMS lame Florida coons school Hm by aot
per : :; Modcrmtlng: the o I d e r HAVEN'T
to completelyequipped
u.an 1 month old. Warehouse. Furniture Item Coatlnruttal tremolo noon Northwest near fireplace Oakland Hd. taut phoae ownerHUCDKOOM. If YOU
Bale 61 Ith SL. NW. C. Co. n-T" Darner School SilO TOWN, A home has become big business kitchen. t'Y 1300. _"TJ'_'
304 COUNTRY REAL ESTATE t'V Growing families often u.

THE TOMATO HOUSE 3-1141. 'Itl find the solution to Unusual and dtolllhtful.OWDr :. 3 tilt bath roll heal BEEN THROUGH
USED REFEiaERATOlUI . 1MO E. Main Old Winter Haven I Mortgage Monty 3 utllllle lane Florid iwim.e .
their needs So why I transferred.
. .. . space is
Range Wuh. Dryn lv deooretMl.
Rd.) Tomato Melon. Soft drink onvenlentlv ko-
. Air. .Conditioner . Recondi and other Item. Bring this ad and ((12)) For Rent, Furn COlts Art Different ; not investigate thia home Call rated. CY l-tHl eesmn.aVOTE _-a-. LEISURE SHORES
toned fully cuaraateed Trrm meet. IOU off -- -
on |100 purchane. to see if It has the potential

(.From APPLIANCES 2lf5 and. Lake Up. JOHNSON Alfred . 304O. EXCLUSIVE: AREA . LAXK t . U your 'home Qualifies of fulfilling your ELEANOR IGLL'IIARTEve :. FOR
Phone 373-1131. Nile I71-16M. E. Electric Rotuwerle ovea. dreams. It features :I BR.I CR 41111.
A Hun.
VIEW: or LAKKS ELBERT AND
: sm . thin
1S-TF Bake, Brail, Roait. ThrrmoMat: OTIB JH room.. air conditioned. S; for a 25-yelr S baths and living room J. B. THORNHILLFOR really, drive set
timer. Coot $0.05..il for 135 IH. 140 00. All elertrlo with .. ./.. MSIncleby interest rate loin with

SEWING IREP08SE88ED MACHINE> Cook.1-00 Indoort-patlo p.m. CY S-411S attar 1-4 Dr. after S'DO p m. 304 out any service charge, with Is fireplace.a separate Also Included house TOWN COUNTRY ....114 ni ..*(!*. the 4*

J1M3 DIAL 0 MATIC SWING I.BEDROOII apartment Grou.dtour. why shouldn't you benefit Tax Collector
which for $60 rmonth.
| NEEDLE, automatic tenalon con CHORD organ, Early Am..r..nrocker. . lob Are. L. Nil 11.TrnRNIBHItD from the tavinc rents P z"M19ne1l \ mii TUESDAY MAY STH
trol mike buttonhole, mono- Oriental rug vacuum, clean- I These properties, prra I l>|ktU (k**.... I'll Invite
,ram., fancy nitchei without ..t.lachmpn ..>r. modern bookcaie. nlte Nand, 3 room duplet. Wore and more peopleare located near Lake Elbcrt. a Sol141 l Iu. J4.
,*. Balance cocktail table Mine 611 Sprln nelakborhood. --- ---
H3 M or SIlO 00 Adult No pet* EiceUent J our promot -- -
ea.h Payment MOO per month. Lake Court. NW ..,..... from North CY 3-4HUS or CY H417TF. using are situated on a one acre INIM Yell haw (* its, I le .a4* Inl
Call CY S-45S Oat. -3- courteous mortiige ir lot Owner 111'11flnlllc.\ El'sIII

Winter Haven vices no obligation For an appointment to lee Lakevlew
It-May I COMPLETELY lurnlihed boar 3- "*" ear kernel In any akt*
VOTE FORJ. Bedroom.. 3 bat hi. clo4n.Phune COUNTRY this offering, call
COMPLETE SET Cadillac chrome CY 3-S738. M TOWN Zeus I Pearson with do.. by lake
wire wheel, tin and tool.. Beetoffer. B. THORNHILLFOR ----.-- I MORTGAGE CORP. VOTE FOR acceii and beach on lake tl in.......11..11. THI NIW
CY 3-103. M FOR HOUSES APARTMENTS
. rumUhed . Vnfuralehea.SMOO -277 Magnolia LEIS BROS. \ SCOTT KELLY llartrldg a bedroom
and up ATKINS REAL CD home with clever IDEAS t QUALITY\ pine l I.
Tax CollectorTUESDAY UtTTATC, 130: A.e, B: A Julia at.SE. CY J Wl REALTORS Foe GevermorTUESDAY.
7-May d I \ divided floor plan. I bedroom
MAY STH KM Sloth St. NW

PRINTERS .......... ........... on.3.4 S Northeast BIC ImOM.-i aecllun.arlaMd-lwr SW.UO TVlVN, " "O CO Ct 101VOTE ,

COUNTRY REAL HDTA1W'CY A s... WO 7-ST11 ----- Psaolled Florida freiklH, (. ice h t ke Winter

to (10-A) Boats & Motors 3-1141. ---H- Buy Of room, double csrporte.trrrsno .
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COMMERCEINDUSTRY f FURNISHED: apartment for rent.All FORSHELLEY B floors Price Havan *rt.. . ,
and working men.
S lr PLYWOOD Boat and trailer. utllltiee Couple furnlihed. Summer rates S. The Year!! is just in.loo and you

1100 00. SS5 Wait Lak. (Ml* Div.flMay.. CY- 3181.--- -------- .----M ItIIIflllllllflllllllllltIIItIlIIIIIITo can assume a 4V%: VA Out H.v.*..le .e N.W
I I 1-BBDROOM: collate turalaha BOONEFOR loan after down payment

i GOVERNMENT 1n.. Runabout 25 HP John_, I S40U1 per month Carl ........ Settle LAKEFRONT REDUCED '!,_ . Dnv by 2WO 21st.
Lake Blue Drive ('Y41.. I I lit It. turn earth fi
CY 3TJO
4-1023.Gator tilt trailer 1390.00. 30-S i i.IA' .-4 SuperbitrndeBl of PublicInktnictlon Estate This modern t bedroom S til* Street N.W. then to see

I bath with large living room Inside callMAI.COLM mile/ t. Loam $kre.
HP
J nbertlau Boat with SO WINTER HAVEM'i FINEST 4>11.
Bvlnrudi: motor electric darting. I all I stselire TUESDAY, MAY ITH This 3 bedroom I bath tiding glass door unto patio TETRKAtLTEm : :
II t.aelll':11t:
I' and trailer S7W.OO. Call 2134866N d'i1l"PE. : : 3-4 home Is offered at veryressonabli Parquet floors, attractive kitchen .
m Los H. SB. 3S342ST. S-TF --. -- terms Com A 'an. CY I Ml* iiira ticka Marllvo
with built ins deep well ..
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I FOR BALE 1 ponlOOlliilHP; I (,"I'. II" CaRPIIIII: NILE OH tF.AiK: ptctely redecorated Inside pump n pines on lot TS *WO'
practically new. I Ave, t. Jot tern.*
Johns motor ; 'AIT..IIIT 3 large brdmtimii I', bath rem Terraa3Doors m*
In xrllent condition SMI00 1 M' Furnished apartment. (nil hral, and air nmdltlunlivl. hih and out No toed between horn A lake TOWN t, COUNTRY
Flb>TxlaM boat with 1W3 10 HP I air ., lonr"ct": to tows andake > 115Y..N /tw "'.J22' I I Jnhnwia motor encellent condition Howard CY 4-1M3. S-TF li NIC. I-T rids room only a t 400 IMMEDIATELY ll M

1'.."............,<)/ ;',...... ..... $30000.A Hoover Rainbow.Rd.TeaSer BE. CY Park 3-733)1.Avea I I 1 -ROOM--lurnUhed--- -- apartment- - -- -- --- :Own payment required OWNERS WILL THROW IN .a n41 WI WLLIidJUWYIE CHARLES CHUPPCY

Water furntohed. Air rundllMinrd Prestige and the total price I'IUOO ALL THE FURNITURE .
Near North Gate CY S-Mt_ 1-4 Can be taught m 3.1388
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY --- -- $ LEAVING FOR TEXAS AT

FURItWHEV" UNFURNlSHSiDEFFiaSlNCIES B Address completely furnished if ONCE ..* Now IINNESO INMIIMMNN
:! and H* BEDROOMS : I
Mice large airy room 10 Golf View desiredTo

Building CoavenUnlly Call located CY S-SSM la Old or Foetal CYStlST. Circle . see, callRl'KSKLL\ Beasley Realty Co. YOU'RE INVITED

STFBEDROOM Ideal for retirwd or golfer . IM tth R4.. NW CY 1-1717
: rRAKH
DUPLEX units Dl.h.okwtre 910 AVENUE S S.E.
p ThU can be rare Lk*> ,
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> '' umtohed ( .rpor1 Eves A HM. CY S ISIS
I Oi side air condltlonrd S7SOI view > bedroom I the b/tlu,1 I ROOM FOR

month other lde. SSSOO moniWatti dbl*. carport. oven Ai r.,.,

ATsrTnw Paid Adult CY.Mats Tomer: 13nl *A drapes diahwaiher, dUpoaai. TOWN COUNTRY
THE FAMILYEvery
Only 121,:00 Temw . Ifl ti

III/ vacant . Spic It pall ready /7Mell. ij1r7mn I -i1Iie.H.
VOTE FOR room la thl I 'bedroom : .
for you to move la . Y.31141LAKEFRONT 1iI !ilU. WiJUIl two bath borne 1s ,

It t SETH McKEELFOK BEASLIY REALTY CO. king Size Including the /

I i 194 M SUwrt N.W CY >nSi I florid room and screened -:
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J MILT
Board of Public iBslnictlos -- -- -- porch exceptional. location t 'Aqt .
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District Nw. 1 In Southeast school _.f,: .
JOIN THI WINNER'S CIRCLE TODAY TUESDAY. MAY STH district. Price bs* Just .... V' y, SWdldati:

SEE OUR CHECKERBOARD SPECIALS S - H ! Terms beerf reduced are available to lll.SOO. Today a Open House 2.5 P.M.

'60 Comet 2 Dr. '55 Chev. 4-Dr. gSte.
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ROOMS Do."t w. ConvealealNIC. TODAY'S IUY TOMORROWS SECURITY LEIS BROS. ICOROOMS lATHS FLORIDA ROOM

Tr..... RAN, SIS".. A/T RAN, tl M week. CY 4-1MS. Iu17ON
Solid White, eee I Cyl- 1".1.1' .'.. Aa4 Address Locetlea : Descriptlea Price REALTORS $18,500NICIIV
CRAW or L41t a. I -
'Low Mlle*<*
;'-1': ; *. $495 room famished ottac" clone list lib St., NW LANDSCAPED I IMMACULATI INTillOKTIAMIC
aid _fortalolo. 500 00 per me ano Cerefre. iiln De. Sill 1TMIT NO CITY TAXIS
( -
( North Gale)
$895 UtlllUe welooX SIERRA Opposite
.... ..--,. 420 Lab. Lake iifMtfui erefuil haN si
MOTEL.: CT
62 COURT ... .. .
Falcon eew. m tlti'* I *e4reem mimMto
59 Chev. tell. Drive Lila f Sean Mem.Ak $28,000 Town & Country Real Estate
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atLAIR. vi. A/T td.'T A TILLAGE: OF OARDEKAFARTMtrtTS : SeatheatHoover. i> *irt t e I t emnUt.lft -
idea CI..n ......"' ell."' FOR FARTICUIJIR Terrace -AND O* tVM400 ITT MAftMOtIA AVINUI. I.W
$1195 PEOPLE 1. t A 3 kedraofa OOWHILe 3IullHlLI-
$895 J BOWEN MOTOR IAi5.. Hey 11, .

'59 Mercury 'GO Dodge M"-".--. ..-..-.-4TF- Cypress < tat et"., fellevihe * * * * * ,tt7tTr *--.*--* .-. .- * .-if.. *- ,..

: .1olo ,., ,. ... .
OK* wr.. v.te A ...... FURNISHED <* tll .!* -
"ed A wmt.
M1ek, 'T. /e mdse. Near nrtn.., and keack Copt S he*>*ei..* ee.ti i eMreeae. 4
;:,.'::;;,";:;: Separate ewraac lichen t?.... Rod p.5.5. ...**. $28,000
5995 Htea Parting. US Ar*. I. KW Lake .... <.... MOMS *aINCOWI *B OPEN HOUSE :

'62 Ford $995 CY ..am. MTT SwwtWwtt labs 25005.M rm .* *

...._ ralhe4 aah" Eloise
.e
Convt. 5 TWO
...., 59 Ford
WAGON "ifui suited CD 4ua4e. tut rent .SAV *'
*"* WH.I. r.H Fewer Orr,le00. .... "' ....... > o BE CY s-rm u I
Air Cee*. Pea T/T ,... ""H. Seem' to breath a 451aa TODAY 2:00 TIL 6:00
Owner ii"mi1k: ; ;; 201 L 5.4ram 5 baSS nI :
$1795 $1095 : i b.dr om wen Iwln bads. ottJ/II Lie Deep Haven 500.' .sdwa Of .W *
*. le'.e IIT t tor Mlwn $22,900
e..dtlbm.f
oMvbe00e room_e.rert......-.& .Ir 5.445. Drive Homes man.. .read been. 650 AVENUE N S.E. :
ItogLacoIAO Issue you CAM *rBl
Jaw
S NwfTtWtt2M1 *
700
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New Kcmpcr 0"0..
Kozy CLEAN A4Wt.. ...._ "0
C't .31.5 5. 1M *'
Fully juipp.al inc. canopy. Ray. f 1S f tl / as-- Extra
;
; Storage
LAItEl'ltONT APA1ML1/7 2 Eloise : offering n 4 BEDROOM *
and art vee. Sell et*** tsaeee.tra SPACIOUS
Large eve-
NO DOWN PAYMENT $5355 a airy meta CY Dayt irm CYAfter $4775 l T7 Cypress Wool _m,. I OnaMr...,.....sewa t bas 12,500 Buill. buk .
t OS p ** G...... SImI was. ..veey awes 2V, BATH *
on Lake ..... A...........
'57 Ford '57 DeSoto AIR CONDITIONED larf. I bad- Reed. SoL .. *
Snwirt.t
II e m 01 *
!r$ m
FAIRLAN' HT CPI COuP c....., A.fo Street moan 37-::: rain Summit peaeo5mmevrsa.... SPACIOUSSPACIOUS BOtIP" :
VS. PS. Art Tr._. *>. *>S, CAN StrFSOMA. CY 3.Mil 1710R I be/r.sms }LA. ROOM *

Lake an- same t.... *
\ 42* N.

'57 Dodge SIDLe vets. and '57 Mercury 11051 IL&.T1..AItICn'01l'. ..Mature....... short re.eea.rkad term UkcLsfaOrlv Lala Pt.....-eI,, ..M.one Neap.dpsesn .rem 4- Nut Air Cond. II Orang* Trees *

.,.... VS. Late ,.. S-Oe HAM.. A_ .nIp 1133145. c-t 2-4100._ S op-Os oem e ti.l.- Na.peon. .."eAMD $37.500 I

CAN.Drive .ROOM apartmyeat-.. W OrexreS SMtItHIt Terrace cAutagC A CABIN'M"'_' Art 3,000 Ft Brick Const *

Our Way Deal Your Way | *.. Ue AJtrea. Te-lSl A4aaM. i-tFLOTELY *


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PREMIER MOTORS INC. lake Mew raraMa** AAriU. BVl F-M 9J4 ST. B*.

pet*. NOM *>. *.. CY MTU. tTT W M. MtMeyoeM.e CV MM R{; .. .frtfe I j BEASLEY REALTY CO. oNi CY 1.1151, N.W.

324 3rd St S.W. 293-90&4 GARAGE AFARTMEXT ..*.*... waniey Cr 3MMCt n.tT1)$3'75] *

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Thirty-Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, flORIDA Sunday, May 3, 1964



I ': CLASSIFIED; ADS Communists Make Hay




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((13)) R.*>l Etfete For Sab ((13)) Reel Estate For Sl I ((15)I ) Rl lit... For $44 f(13)I ) Reel IEit.t. ForSrSAVE ((13)) R.al Eft**. For 54. ((14-A) lets & A.reageLALEFRONY Over EarPullinaBy

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11..... Press 11IIerHIIM.1
today't Bay OPEN HOUSE ISO PM orB to 700 HOUSE P N. daily LOT The Communist Daily Workerof "Just as the big industry empIre -
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Desirable BN Av ComuUlely 1M Feet wide on aria, are demonstrating their
Tomorrow Security' B Ze to 5:00 P.M. FOR SALE BY OWNER vtd. Alrea'dynB e anc d CY b NRRP05P Send Beach, 2M Feet Deep. London berated the Amerl whole power at the fair so the
British last
can and week
Lakefront! I Juet North of City UaalU. Near press Negro m.nlfeitatlollllbow that
TODAY New 3 bedroom 2H bath .home, State Farsn REDUCED 39% for paying so much attention to no power on earth can prevent
Ari HOOVER ROAD 8.E.: iD NO16lM -- law Value. the way President. Johnson lifted the
New central .heat and central air betow American
Nifty ON CHAIN OF LAKES . ....., payment.. ........ ca I AjfTBiied 4-1IBB his two beagles by their Negroes from
SE Section 4 bedrooms, 2Vt tile Chain of Like home centralair condition diBbwBBher, dissMeei, at SCY ledruom coaetrwotloe 0IIa&act CALL OWNER CY overcoming old injustice" the
conditioning and heat. S all electric bulR-in kitchen. 4-SSS1 or 3BSSSISday Bvea a Sea- ears Austrian newspaper said
baths. 3 car garage Florida bedrooms, 3 baths Can be used ..... P1MT UOHTOAOB LAKETRONT LOTS TRACTS. "If we judge from the U.S. Many West
Gold Medallion home Price Don or FLORIDA BMSBWWX Follow .Igae from BteperlmentStation Germaa newsP -
room li separate dining room as duplex as 3 bedrooms and I1T.900. Wee AHrad North Lake and British press, It would pers endorsed the establishment
kitchen with bullt-ins, sliding Lowerv Properlta Phone SB41U sometimes that dogs
t Idle baths on one side or >M, m-BATH HOMJMSJOB after 1:10 .m. S-Jane I seem of the Kennedy Founds.
1 :
. !" glass doors unto large open home with 1 bedroom living Drive by 3M3 Ave. E, NW or W %AT40lLN.BS.00CLuredra : p play a bluer pert la American lion of Germany, under the patronage -

porch on lakefront Central room and bath on other aide. call 233-3347. .RAAJ-..... SS-TS' ACREAGE political I life than H-bombs of West German Presi
'- beat It air condition irrigation, Beautiful lot with land to wa S- Cuba or racialism." the Worker dent Heinrlch Luebke They

6t ... system pump dock beach. ter's edge Owner will consider OWNCB' TSUN8FEMBJCDSBedrootn ate Acre. Paatur. ..land 1100 said called on the public for contri
Sellers Moving To Tampa. First taking your .,lIIIn home or houa. large Iota, plan- per. Apyro xa0 acre... Paature cites landHighway land When tricky Dicky (former buttons to finance scholarships
time ever ollered. Only $ 7,500. VOTE FOR ty etot *pao*. patio, nr Uk* Vice President Richard M )
Price SIMper for German
lot in trade Located on north to aloe ....... Small down pay froauce: student and the
No "Race ForSpace" Term.. west side of Lake Eloise AUSTIN RACEFOR meat, aawun mort age |'M 00 per acre Will divide" Nixon was accused of accepting late president's memorial li
month. S40T Sherry Ave. NW, foLAKEFKONT VARNER REALTY money from his supporters in brary to be founded at Harvard

Here! Beasley Realty Co. the 1952 U.S. presidential campaign University.
WALKINGDISTANCE Board of Public Instruction 14 Sth a0.. NW TV

Al the .._., ..ftin .1...*. art pat SIb Bt NW CY 3I7JT District: No. 4 you ar looking for tUXVBYIf a lakefront IS4MM his he dog went and on televisionwith received Bud Zeitung asked its readers
Anna "W BK, with everrlblMM MAY 5TH home with all the Rica llttl entree, to "express your thanks to a
TUESDAY
.ew. M aeI, cad M W* *erfl. SIM DOWN call CHUCK B. FROBMKB.8CHOSINTHALER : thousands of letters supporting great American who spoke
Air r.a itl.M>* I a.ereme, ebaib..st LJke New Concrete Block Uomi DOWNTOWNCharming 1-. A CO. to eat thl him "the Communist said for up
air aM remy notplan. Charlie McComtc Ret Broker beautiful landacaped I bedroom 90. Germany and Germany'scapital
Uteri' kllt-lae, .we s I* .*-Stl bath brick horn Juat a few of the ChoiceBuilding'Lots "now President Johnson Is under in a decisive hour . .
real vain*: Ola* U .. ANY, B-siay T older home remod Furnished Home For little entree. 10 E 10 green. house, fire for pulling the ears of honor the memory of this man

elled last year Three bedrooms and automatic pump. lawn Extra.,large.I.m bedroom with well. his beagle dogs to make them with a deed. Every mark
114 baths formal dining room Tee Limited Budget yelp." "
Low DownPayments Like to show you 2S4-S1XS counts
TINE; 2 screened porches Practical after S p.m. delL *W . High above Lake El- "Newspapers and television Around the world in Asia,

ly new wall to wall carpet In This Is a real buy! $10,750 bert near the new elementary commentators who try to make some newspapers took a skeptical

living and dining rooms Draperies nicely furnished home and ((13-A 1 ) Groves school . TS x sensations out of such hippen- view of the Soviet-American

dad: 2Ut St. BW I bedroom. stove and refrigerator Is the total price for the 140 size with beautiful logs are often singularly silent agreement to cut back plutonium -
WARREN SECKEL, Realtor 140000 down SUSUOOO and air conditioner and attic extra corner lot The home mature orange trees . about American imperialism'sbrutal production

Atioclitct E'.. Pk. J09 Proepect Av.. SW I bedroom fan included. Located Vt block consists of 2 BR, bath living Grove For Sale Only $3,000 each and we treatment of human beIngs The Chinese language paper

W. R. McReynolds CY 1..SMS 130000* down- florid- ",000.00.room west of Lutheran Church at 215 room, dining room, kit. can give nice terms . ." the Worker said Sin Chew Jit Poh, of Singapore,
Helen WhlUey CY 1 SMS Ave. C, SE. Price 1400000. chen with breakfast nook 20 Acres Bearing Grove Call (In Waterford England vet said:
Wilma M. Hudson CY J-TS21 621 S3rd St. NW I bedroom. British dog trainer Frank
eran
Thereis Citrus land
Acres
furnl.h d 1300 OU down and a hobby shop 20 "Looking at it from the worst
.. 110.tOO.00. a ahallow well for lawn 120 Acres highly improved pas ;MALCOLM TETREAULT Pettit differed with protestingdog angle it can be clearly seen

SOS 30Ih I.. SW I bedroom. EDNA WATSONREALTOR Irrigation No qualifying ture and citrus land. Eves. Sun. CY 350TI lovers by saying the PresIdent that the present stocks of nu-

14 a II Florida room 100.00 necessiry For additional! "certainly was not cruel"hauling clear weapons in the U nit I e d
VOTE FORJ. down 111.300.00. information call Excellent soil and some grove on the beagle's ears In States and Russia have
12* Ida bt.. NW CY 4149 : TOWN COUNT already
B. THORNHILLFOR 430 tilt 81, BW I bedroom. .SBELL. equipment . fact Pettit said, dogs appreciate reached the entire world. There
S bath.' 1t (I.00 down Zella Pearson ? it as a sign of authority.) is no further need to increase
. located in S.E. Hills-
IIS.000 00 Property llld3gaoKsWI QIL_ Other European newnpapersCommented their destructive
Tax Collector h..I. . paved power.
All ot th. above shown by appointment LBEDROOY .bath con ''LEIS BROS. borough County on on a variety of
Mont me 10 .ppI'PCIaI.. YUBT
TUESDAY. MAY 5TH road. 1-41
Qualify for FHA Loan, America topics
... more I In, no money down. Call Realtors UI......1..II"111IJI1II The Austrian Arbelter-Zeitung
Priced . $105,000 with 29%
INCOME erase S:00 p m. SO-I
1200 Sixth Street NW cash and also good terms isif the New York World's Fair HemorrhoidsFissures
LZZ7IONTm1: DOWN
I Bedroom. Florida room ecree* OWNER MUST (ELL, S willipartmant VOTE (Opposite North Gate) ((19)) Card Of Thanks is "marked by private industry,
.. po"" bullt-l one raw houM clam to North FOR I or by the huge American companies Fistulas, end
Lot 10 I 140 111.100. kfortcar*, U.I. Hah. offer 24 31IT which can afford to spend
payable noioo per month Wot SCOTT KELLYFor other Rectal: Diseases
boutk La** Der Dt. CY 1-1771 aftr 2 Acre LakefrontOwner Eve I, Sun. WO 72T11 owner may consider nice Win OUR HEARTFELT TIIANKS several dozen million dollarsfor successfully treated
4 00 p m. T-TF Governor ter Haven home as down pay gigantic pavilions and thereby by
TUESDAY, MAY 5TH ment to all who extended comforting NON-SURSICAL m.th-
take of their I
care public re
will trade for Bpanlah type
34 and help In our recent ods.
14 Blocks Off home J30 lakefront 4 bed- sympathy lations"
room. formal dlnlns area S.. -SEE- sorrow For the beautiful
"This is the side of American
of Chain of large filtered pool errmned patio service floral offerings and one Dr. Earle
B older horn with all the "Children life shown at the World's Rabb
need Priced James H. Cross other kindnesses we are deep "
apace you -- at Ktrmr.MrNT Slows Fair the newspaper commented -
Lakes 3300000 -- Exclu.lv with .....d..m.. tbath. .
Large living room Clinic
Grow. ly grateful I
-
.. kitchen with built-in oven Realtor "The other side Is the demonstrations N.D.

Ideal living will be enjoyed In B Apartments range. and dlihwaiher. dinette. utility FAMILY OFDOUCLAS of Negroes on the ..- CY 3-42JO Winter Xevee
Florida onto
and room a
room
this modern CB home, 3 bed. large ecr.ned patio Don deride Office 239 A 3rd St., SW ; A. SLEETH opening day

room, I tile baths. Fla room Don't"Would until you have men 130 Aluchu Phone CY 4-2444
kitchen with built-In oven aV REALTY Drive. BE Phone CY t0041I- . . . . . . .

range Ref, dUhwtiher, washIng CQe Se11I you and your children 30-3 KRAFT Dinner

machine, drapei. terrazzo >, CFNIRAI like to CB have home a spacious 2 tile bathe 3 bedroom on 680 Hnd St., NW IIIIJJlIJIII"II".I"1111111111II1I1JI11Ranch | :1m; WANTED :

floors cell beat, fruit treea,
LeW a One Atkerlea. Ball*e In NE section
lot .
large corner II
Walking distance to Southeast I BR. CB home room Irckw I
.1. walking distance to lee. t* Inwood School fc & Grove is
------- --- MEN WOMEN .
Plaza AU for only 11T.500. hopping . -
REPOB8K8BED HOMES Low school stores Built in oven

Terms to buy.or will lease with option At monthly S bedroom pBynwnu""" .......11oft.Modern ContactCY CB I It range drapes, air condition, Price 111 300... Terma. 260 Acres thriftyand I from .,.. Is to ,2 hepara Lincoln Service. help' thoun.nde .

4-3631: or 1111-1171. Ev*.. Bun- carport fc utility Only $15,100. VARNER REALTY Excellent opportunity for DINNER newN U... Civil service job prepare fer theee mien ever*
day 3M-9S4I FIRST MORTUAUB: down payment already Iepenm.e In (hie tau durln* year, It 41 one ef tea ,laroeil I
Beasley Realty Co. CORP OK FLORIDA. .* Name your 14 Ilk St., NW", CY a combination cattle and ..l tl menthe, and elver'iota privately I awn* '
financed Can be pur SM14M Located Oorerowent p.niOioe. Day a. hlii ef hind end li net p
.J4 .(* St. NW CY IX7IT chased furnished grove operation. 5 high 1 lie U4400 neith to "orl connected with the Govern
i NO FLAWSMar north of Lake Alfred and They '"
drl''c""u; : ; ,: ; 1
than
fronting on new county I eurity 'Informatlen .n 00.
LUXURY home In aacluilv le-
and euNllent nenrlunitr toe
LakefrontHom$14,500 the beauty of this well Beasley Realty Co. nick Park Air conditioned SBr I road 60 acres of 2 year quick dvencerten. Many eoe.tioee Nnment pn..tienn I John and. nnloMe.Ineludlne i 1111'lint wt.f I

maintained home. Located at >., .144 balhi,..Iul'h\ : :: ,, dining ,old Il.mlin oranges, 125 1 ,.quire iitt1i tenon..cl.lI.d. .oup.n If".d mail .1 once _
114 6th St., NWCV 32T57 room draoerlM eejwrat edueeti o K e.perienN TODAY. You will aim get full .
760 Piedmont Drive SE Just 3 y-- <' JO a SO: playhouse' Leae withoption acres of excellent pastureland and aut I. pet one .f there lob d.lo".n how r.1I u" ore.yeu .
--- -- to buy (HI 00 per month moat pane a feet, The e0m ".
.
The price. of this newly re blocks from new Southeast I FOB BALE: BY OWREB BW .S03 Ave M. BE then rail Jack Improvements consists I I petition le Man end In fame Oe'iTt'dela-"ACT"NOW": : | .
Plata Shopping Center. 3 bedrooms Corner 90'I'. CY .Ml S 00 a.m. to I 00 of ranch house garage ..e* only one out eIr. '
one decorated of home Winter situated Haven't on (one with large w.lk.ln Beautiful lot overlooking MW colonial Lake horn Elbert, p-m- weekday.-.-. ----S-B barns and equipment full of cheese flavor II : ::= _ _ _ _ .

chain of lake, hai just closet) 3 baths. Florida room NIC drap: *wwtlon.. central l'4 heat bathe*.. air, carpet condition sheds. $105,000 with 29% I I LINCOLN SERVICI, D.... TJDPtkln I

been reduced from $IS.000to with heavy duty air conditioner all electric built-In kitchen.Will Nestled down and easy terms. Count on Kraft Dinner for llliMlsI
I 14 s 21 foot living room rlllt'.. Call CV W4 J d.y. I I .. .. ..., I
$14.500.Thli 4 m SO-TF B Amongest Call PAUL SMITH tendur macaroni that' full I em very much Int..I' rI. Ned! m* .Iut.ly FREE
with wall to wall carpet Largeall CY S-W7B after---P ---- of gulden chew goodnea I III I I A hit .( U, $. 6vmnnt ptrni! and laUrlei; (121 Infer.metien .
attractive home con elec Kitchen in decorator 'Oaks & Pines Eves & Sun CY 33002 Have it an hand for speedy I 1 ; en dw t* qyelify for o U. S. Government Job, .

ilita of 3 BR, w. bath pink Including refrigerator. Garage Georgeous Waterfront school lumhe* and hurry"lip I .

Florida room kitchen and with built In storage space This very attractive well kept uppvn It.good eating any
living room. Good term and I x 21 foot front porch. 10 Condominum Apartments 3 bedroom 2 tile bath central TOWN t, COUNTRY tlmel I i $tr..t.... .. .... .. ........... ...... Phn*,. . ......... 1

are available. For more In orange trees on TS x 139 foot Winter Haven Harbour heat, It air CB home Designed v/hlJtnoI 2I1P(11Q( ( I City. ... ... ... .. ...... .. ... ..... ... SUt... ... ..... .... 1
formation call well landscaped lot Outstanding for delightful living Has a Urge COSTS
: offer at 11000. Apartments family room, 16' x 27'. living 8.114 WI hIll1 ONLY SJ A SIIVINO . . . . . . . . . .

Zella Pearson carpeting _____ _____n__
1700 6th Street NWMOOEU room has nylon 3-
M. H. Jordan Realty' drapes built.In oven It rsnge.
LEIS BROS. OPEN EVERY DAY Offers this beauty for only HELP ELECT
REAL ESTATE COUNSELORS LotsmAmA0reanSMALL
Phone: 2M-1M4 I1T.500. Terms if desired Will
Realtors TU-II Ilk St., NW 24.2TIT trade for smaller house . ((14-A)

IKM Sixth Street, NW .3. LUXURIOUS! INEXPENSIVE! RANCH

(Opposite North Gate) Beasley Realty Co. ( )

XM-UVT VOTE FORSHELLEY No Down PaymentNo 134 6th St. NW CY 3.2TST
Eve Son. WO 7 ITU Appro. SO ACRES Small SBR.
S. freme how. bam. other build-
Qualifying TO rUMB: ROTATE: Inge fenced, good paMur land kJELGADOJUSTICE
BOONEFOR MASK: orrcn more land ...nab''., Priced at
3 BR less than 1 year old. You Comer IU lot C"pia. 4 limited U7: .000 with term.

--1-3 Superintendent of Public pay for the damps on the deed Ann.A...) 2nd em121Bm.Comer:
A the transfer fee and we hand **"" *"'"
Instruction I
r1-May
the keys!
IDYLRIDQEVIEWOrKN you -- -
TUESDAY. MAY STII -- - ---

HOUSE S.. 213 26th St., 8W 3.LEOROOM.b.1lh CB hooc. ,
Completely equipped kltch.u Inluding RRALTY
----- -
..JMBUR. dl.hwa' ,r' paneled' ami
I B&W BuildersCY ly room, carpeted ( r carport:
.
4"331/
... LET US large lot many I,.*.. near elj.mentary e
...
a..." 1S40 at ft. .. 3-TI47 CY 4.MJJ CY 3 echool. X3U4 Av* r. *
S-Balk, I10.SUO. "' 463 M teeter A Oeu. Atberie. BnHiee
port. MOO .*. A. .nn14u50 1100..I I HELP YOU I CY i-MSl OF

Out Hareexlale MT. Ian rtfil l
111 St. e* Airport R4. to let pant i If you are looking for a VOTE FOR APPROXIMATELY 11 ..,...... SW
rot. aknwaM. . I bargain let us show you .. on take Marlanna, S-bedroom, S-
this sacrifice sale. This SETH McKEELFOR bath JO M *up swimming pool S THE PEACE
CY I a 4T house trailer rarmall cub
MTUi7-uy M property consists of 3 BR. Chain of 'Lakes tractor. S cattle. 530.000. Term
i rR M1JS after S 00 ..... *acptSaturday
kitchen Public laitrBCtlen p
1H baths, large Board of '
A Bunday 1-4 District 4 Polk
SPACIOUS I. the word County
and dining area, carporte, District No. 1 ,
but for this two bedroom two MAY 5TH
the carporte TUESDAY
Just Listed adjoining LOT beautiful tike
sepsrsted from the homeis bath home Tb. living 1-4 Ha.. dnL.: .ke View Court

1902 8th St. SE a building consisting of 3 room is 24 x 28. there's Located on deep wide canal ope Experienced Qualified
Call
nected with Chain: of Lake*.
and
rooms and bath which maybe a full dining room a I BKDROOM S baiL aII'-. owner CYKH: or see year
Choice corner location In used for shop, office or Florida room overlooking room, bullt-tt. Beautifully OB kitcaea.lawlaeaMd.Haa brtok. broker after aeelng th* M. M Former Justice of Peace

beautiful Uhs Wa Manor apartment Also Included IB the lake The 13 x 16 mac bom city waier ease Muse bail* With Outstanding Record of Service 4
distance toaU ter bedroom has Its own .uuld. sir. W. City tea.*> ."...*
Walking and

built In re
a range AI r
bun e.rvie. I. all sebn.b J 2S
SE schools no city frigerator. private bath and w.ll.ID ISOS Dn SST SS -* Lakefront Lot Successful Businessman Civic Leader
CST .no A
closet B-USS.
taxes truly a neighborhood
-
Native Floridian 20 Year Residentof
3 This entire package is -
of fine homes
chain of lakesIn
On
large bedrooms I tiled priced under the market at The screened entry way OPEN HOUSE the Southeast section Winter Haven
the oak parquet
pretty
only 11900. Call today for
baths, carpeted living and the enclosed Near the Southeast
room, paneled family an inspection appointmentFor floors garage are other features. I new homes will be on display Plata Shopping Center "Del" Delgado pledges his full time

room, Urge screen porch Saturday and Sunday from . custom built
an additional $1.200 New and to provide the high calibre w'
and patio double carport. purchase an adJoining Widow is most anxious to 1:00: to 1:00: p.m. for your convenience homes adjoin this spacious energy ,

Priced at $10,400 with you may lot that has all sell asking $25.000 Really Payments start atIttooo 90 1 1M lot . Price: of service that you as citizens of this / :

new FHA terms available utilities, septic tank and I a fine home that you dowB and WOO per 200 110.000 Also have other growing area are entitled to receive.
To Inspect this borne trailer already In should see without delay month. Drive out to the lakefront lots nearby _
call atoned patio so call me NOW.GEITItl.'DE Block oo 26th Street SW today Can As Justice of the Peace, he will

and Bee these new homesor
full office and
maintain time
a
PAUL SMITH BRYAN aft
call Allen Dowd 2M 2403 MALCOLM TETREAULTEves.

E'". A Sun CY 33002 LEIS BROS.REALTORS. Eve, A Son. CY 34U er 1:00: p.lII.'JOHN. . SMB. CY 3-SBT6 remain accessible and accountableto

all of the people at all times.

Town COUNTRY Stalk sa. NW TOWM COUNTRY Q. WOOD
12M t, & ASSOC. Inc. TOWN COUNTRY
mrrmn (Opposite North Gate) ,
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1'w 1 kilowatt hour on your tlectric m.t.r. You pay only for th. .I.c.!

trkity you ut.. lost month did you check your electric bill to t..

LANE RANGER how many kilowatt hours of electricity you vted. .or|just the dollar

amount on the Ml+ ? Nothing except electricity+ does so much for to

ftttle-thoft' why electricity it your biggest howwhold bargain-

eJ today and always.Tampa .




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Thirty-Si WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Sunday, May 3. 1964

I l 1wwA...TIv: WWKS.4IN IN 4 THMBLKH1W will perform the some, functions VOTE FOll
YORK lUM) "future P. Ferguson.
1y MeJeolsB
\ Mad Scramble Begins a <. POI'lil.AKITY electronic equipment will be president of The Bcnriix Corporation ""* L
NEW YORK lUPIi'-impoits further mlntoiurUrd through contends Such blocks., PIPKINNrtrkt
1\ UN EVENT Of A "11 1.111 unit a comparative-drop In semiconductor materials packaged he slid will bo able to convert
WSASTW THEK MAnOR .', inlays |111" buckit: or only in thimble.... blocks hundreds Hltprnallno to direct current,, CotIIttJ "' ''''.eiMOr. .
CML DEFENSE EMER6ENCV ,; .'huut 7 pi i tent: of trw total of times smaller than tuiBte pulKs, and prifoimmarry } 1
I
!, For Senator's Seat HOSPITALS, ffTWATEClCAIL.YPRCPOSITIONED ' U/ s mIll ktf. according to aiHiki electronic. circuits of today, vt other /unctions; 04. t.
;,. lrr smun (It torn one of Calif01
IN THE U S A I 1,1., Iadintvineyards

SACRAMENTO Calif (DPI) palgn intone California' near impoitid wine U no longer
-When U S Sell Clair Engle ly 18 million citfawts d.. i 1111 I: t H qulxiti" of fashionable dln- NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCELETS
entered a Washington\ hospital Then came "plucky Pierre"Pierre I i'i: may moro than a cattle In
last Aug 24 for brain surgery Salinger, press secretary Spain U n be started a scramble among to two president, suddenly sal! i stoti HIM v:mint: ci theI
fellow California Democrats for announced he was returningto I 1..1)11! I of a I,undo tailor" HI) L. RODENTAX
his Senate aeat California to become a Senate tsMiillal to 'H 1101 lal i leiniuf JAMES
'ud: Paul I. flub, of the
candidate as the man who I
Then he threw the blockbuster : -
beat knew hit way around In (irate Blanc i vtn' Voids, Uicr-
lilt week: He withdrew from ASSESSOR
mon Calif ma I i cent speech!
the June 2 Democratic primary Washington HAT EACH Of THESE
after a second: operation "He't trying to reapportion EMERGENCY: HOSPITAL8 ,I h i i ii i ronmimplion of donrvMIrnn a The only candidate with working knowledge
\ s h.I' 'kYllllk.tlcJ 1 in tar t!
"I have lost a political the U.S. Senate and give three 16 A COMMUNITYASSET 9 actual '
never ,.. S 12 experience
In.I I J 17 vi'"i n'' t iibii: J udMONROE yean tketeC
battle and the latest polls show seats to Virginia, claimedCranston. WHICH CAN BeUseP.: ... Proven administrative ability
Salinger had voted in
tint t was not losing this or*,
Engle ssid "I am now deep In the eastern state while workingin I e Honest, Efficient and ProgressiveS
Washington."I KAS A HOSPITAL SeT UP IN" A I
another kind of battle. Endorsed Business. Citizens
I
- ;:: by Newspapers
feel that In In ::: ; PUBLIC SCHOOL s s
To regain his health, the seven years :
::1\i e Polk County resident 25
spunky year-eld) lawmaker Washington, Including three .. VAS SEVERALTREATMENT yean i
had given up any chance of years in the White House with STATIONS e Florida State chairman. of International
elective office Presidents Kennedy and John. r Association of Assessing Officers I
But to seasoned political observers ion, I have the experience and r {'.,.VASAtibURCEOrSiJPPLY\ TOR FOR I
his chances of winninga background to permit me to b. EXISTING HOSPITALS BRANNEN'SHERIFF
second consecutive term In a working senator on the flnt Moat fACT*f CONTACT youa low tmL DIP..... FAIR AND IMPARTIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR ALL
the Senate were dim anyway.Bluntly day I take office," answered
his health had become SalingerGov PAULA'S I'OffhR game In leading her team to th ELECT
an Issue back home. Edmund G. Brown, also BAIRD. Tex UPIi. Paula title. With Paula putting in ba,
And with the scant Information a Democrat and at one time Corn who plays forward for the ket after basket, Ball beat JAMES L RODEN TAX ASSESSOR
available the case was mentioned for the Senate seat, date champion Baird High Jourdanton (5-68 in Austin
compared to the Illness of supported Cranston Of the controller School girl basketball team, Tex. for the crown She madr Pad; P.Mic.l; AdV
Woodrow Wilson, few facts, the state's championvote cored a record 63 point In one 23 of tO field goal attempt)
much speculation leaders of getter when be was reelected -
his own party had decided in 1962, Brown said:
against Engle.A "(He) has the vigor the vision
total of 11 other Democrats and the ability to carry on for
had jumped Into the rsce. Most Clair Engle and for California"
were little known. When, after the second brain VOTE MAY 5
Engle, with what he said was operation, Engle pulled out,
the doctors' "green light," had most political observer exP<<*:f.
tried to get back In the running ed Cranston to get the lion's
"I am fit and able to run share of hi. votes.
for office, to win and to serve," The controller was trailing
be ssld. Salinger in the polls both
These words came in a heartrending public and private but he
plea for support to the was the tl second choice of FOR THE BEST MAN
California Democratic Council. Engle supporters.As .
Eagle read them, falteringly, a result of EDI,'. action,
over the telephone from his the situation! suddenly was re
Washington office. versed: Now Cranston ia fa.
But the 70,000 member volunteer vored although the polls have.
group, most of Its delegates n't bad time to react yet
with tears In their eyes, In one particular, the state's
voted support for Its founding Democrats were lucky: Republicans
president, state controller Alan had no prominent politicians
Cranston, 49. to throw into the race RE-ELECT I SHELLEY BOONE X I
State Attorney General Stan On the GOP ballot for the
ley Mosk toyed with the Idea of primary will be the names of
running for the Senate. But he George Murphy, well knowna
pulled out after saying would a movie actor but not as a
cost too much money to cam- politician; Leland Kaiser, a San
Francisco Bay area financier,
and governor Fred Hall who, former has described Kansas SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

himself as the only "moderate"
Republican in the race

Watch for blouses cut Iden.
tlcally to your suit Jacket In
detailing Fashion leers say
that what you'll bt wearing
this fall. Only the fabric will
be different wool Jacket silk
elouie that looks like the Jacket : "

for example Polk { : '

County .
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ELECT r ., ;, : .



i
I PAUL IS A I \ '




LEADER IN EDUCATION.i -
VAUGHNA : 'a. : -




BECAUSE

.long record of faithful service earning

many recommendations such as the followingENDORSEMENTS



I! "W. the ..4erwI,1II4*'s..."ri *f the:WINTII I L

HAVIN IAR ASSOCIATION, de holy emUne SHELLEY S. BOONE
the te4M..y .f PAUL VAU.HN to C..... .f tke
V Cinch Cad l.ck .f tn Ii e practicing attorney .
I Is Whose Hcvea, (.mini late ewntmt twk with
r>r.c,k.lly .11!! etptcM If the ,*tltlM .f Clerk. .f
the Circuit C..". Mr. Vmfh, In are .plnl.*.. Is
tmJmtly ...lIfIH to the pnltlM hy vlrtMia If
.rlc ce end * sissy.b Uwycn. ad the palls fckhhilly frperiod a
le| amen el twenty veers, MC we bar ef
.. _III.,. ttt the pith) who CM aw tetlt' COUNTY TO RECEIVE A QUALITY EDUCATIONReElect
tacterlly trve the paths' !le inch a ..,..Ity."
(Signed .by TWENTY MEMBERS of

THE WINTER HAVEN tAR ASSOCIATION) .



PLUS . Shelley Boone


Editorial endorsement .by the V
following Polk County newspapers

FOLK COUNTY DEMOCRAT SUPT. OF PUBLIC EDUCATION

WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF



I t i,. WINTER FORT AUIURNDALE MEADI HAVEN LEADER HERALD STAR WE KNOW HE CAN DO THE JOB


a
THI LAKE WALES NEWS

THE HAINES CITY HERALD Ml. and Mrs. John P. Adams Mr and Mrs. Bradley Hogg Dr and Mrs Charles Parks Mr. and Mrs. Culver O.

Mr and Mis. Herb E. Apple, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Hyer Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paul Spencer, Jr.

Mn. Gerald Cooney Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ireland Mr and Mrs. Sam Portlock Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Strange,

Mr and Mrs. Richard Daniel Mr. and Mrs Jerry Mclrer Mr and Mrs. Willard Roe Jr.

\I PAULVAUGHN Mr and Mrs. Robert EastmanMr Dr and Mrs. W. Perry Keith Dr. and Mrs. Alden B. Ryon Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Teeter

and Mrs. James Coll Mr. and Mrs. Richard KinghamMr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sands
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson
Mr and Mrs. Robert Hart and Mrs. A. A. Lang, Jr. Mr. and Mn. Joe L ShariJ
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vineyard
VOTE Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Hays Mr. and Mrs. Dean Manhall Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L Smith

Mr, and Mrs. Charles Heizer Dr. and Mrs. J E. McKibben Mr.and Mrs. Harvey B. Snirely, Mr. and Mrs. Norman WarrenDr.

Marie and J, D. Hill Mr and Mrs. James McKillop Jr. and Mrs. Frank Zeller

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT


'4. '.1. A V Pol. Adv. Paid For By Winter Haven Citizens For The Best For Polk County



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